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Ochocinco, Josh Allen, Gary Vaynerchuk & Geronimo Allison

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1:35:02 hr | 1 year ago

Ochocinco, Josh Allen, Gary Vaynerchuk & Geronimo Allison

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Like walking Gimblett media. Those goddamn nerds. This is the greatest show. This should be getting sold for two hundred and thirty million fucking dollars. Do you know how infuriating it is for other podcasts other networks to be selling huge fucking numbers. When we just have the best podcast on the planet here. We're the biggest ones the most engaged ones. The most successful ones. The most profitable ones somebody could buy ours. What what is Gimblett media? Have. They got some big ones where they have. They have they have startup. They have reply all those stink. I don't know. What those are. I never heard of those. What else? Those are the only two I know that stinks to know. They have like thirty right. But to you can only name you come here. You're part by take get chiklis. Get those crazy hose from daddy gang. Get us. We'd be doing forever. I don't care. I don't wanna get bought anyway, fucking rich cares. Well, like Dave gets rich. We go to a podcast different. We'll get we'll get go. We better get some fucking money. I I would be shocked. So it's nice to think about fantasize about. But like, I don't think I I don't think it matters to me. I don't think I don't think there's anything. Well, let me tell you this much if that happens, then we just kill ourselves. Because then this is literally for nothing. I've been sitting here thinking about the podcast gold rush. And we've heard it from people we know in the industry we've seen it for trends. We've. Digital people writing about us podcasts are still new like it's still a big deal. It doesn't feel like if for you, the listener of this show and for us at barstool and specifically AKC radio, we're doing it forever. And then people like Bill Simmons of doing it like ten years beyond that what started out as like a little nerd diary. Type of thing has now become the most basically like prevalent source of entertainment and media in the country still worth it's like, no, it's the second largest form of digital branding. I think or digital sales like one one is pre roll. Oh, one is like SEO. And I think this right. And that's like three. Yeah. And I mean, it wasn't like twenty five percent of people. Listen to podcast now one out of four, and it's regarded as the most engaged all listener ships and like the feedback on advertising the engagement on promo codes and sales and direct response. It's like the most. Powerful form the world. But it's all still so new like, it's still you think about something like television, which has been around for found fifty sixty seventy years, whatever it is now like that is so entrenched in American culture. It's like everybody has multiple TV's and watches cable, and whatever it's like, this podcast is still becoming that. And so the people who got in on an early which it's still early like now, I think we're getting kinda region that cutoff where we were is still so early for a major type of media like revolution. And we're big successful. So if we don't get rich off this something he's gone so wrong. I see I think we're not going to get rich. I don't. So. That's why like I I always prize what I preach ride. I don't said the Bilo by everything. That's this. Like, I don't think I don't think we originally think we're getting rich. Well, let's on a lake what move you make like do you think that like if like Disney buys HBO that like every actor on game of thrones is much more rich like you just because like a whole network. So was like the owners of that network profit from it a lot. I think of it more actor dozen. I think of it more like I have no idea if this is even comparable or not. But like the NBA salary cap went through the roof because of TV deals, and everybody's getting more money JR's Smith getting eighty million dollars. You know, I think there's what's just made that up. Let's hope I dunno future in pockets, and because I think more money. Is going to go through that we need to necessarily sell that anybody. I don't think that anybody needs to buy. I just turned that if we're gonna go from fucking. What was that thing called naturebox whereas selling goddamn granola, stance dot com, stance dot com. They wanted me to sell a fucking scale pay sell this one hundred and fifty dollar scale to your friends weighing envelopes. Okay. I was like you guys are the most like do the biggest podcast advertisers. I'm not going to sell one of these. Nobody is going to buy this. We're going to go goose egg on this. But if that changes to like. Rock during gambled. All of their bodies start coming in. Yeah. I I would guess talent makes I don't I don't think if it has something like oh barstools, which is the cell because I don't think that will affect I know that won't affect my life at all. It's gotta Johnny hold out some hope, otherwise I'm done about doing this. I think it's good to to see like, I wasn't sure who would buy something like this and seeing like a platform get into it like Spotify in big fucking way to thirty million dollars. Our podcast network is I haven't seen gimmick. I don't think they submit like like we submit to pod trek. So I don't know if there's any I know that we've how do you even how even by that much money for someone who doesn't have the project? I'm not sure I really don't know they some of their numbers may be available. I if they're not on Padre. Then I'm sorry. If they are then they're smaller than us. Because I I've read the top ten on track where on it. I I I absolutely think they're smaller than our network, and they're just really they're just really a podcast company. I mean, they have a few characters like, I know, Alex, Bloomberg is like the l prize of that. And he was at NPR, and he started this. I remember because it was right around the time serial came out. They also dropped startup is a podcast about him. Starting a podcast company. And. Now, they have. But I mean, a bunch of people who have thirty thousand followers on Twitter. I mean, I can't I can't do that. I can't do that. I can't do that. It's like we are in a sport. Like we are in a league. And we are the fucking best basketball players on the planet, and the NBA is just like now, not those guys. It's like, you don't know what? Spotify really do thirds from Spotify like the nerds from Gimblett, and they're just showing on their money around rather than being like, well, I usually we're Spotify. Yeah. But they're not buying us. Again. I don't care dry rather. Personally, rather work with them. I to I don't wanna I don't wanna have to answer to corporate America. I like this. But we like Spotify bottom. To follow different. No. Yeah. I'm basing it on the idea that they would still what Proctor and gamble type shit up in this spot. If I might make those Gimblett stuff exclusive and then Joe button. So this could be like like as that continues that could spark like the bidding war between I tunes could drive prices up or I drive prices down. I don't really know where it's going to go, right? I don't see how those things affect us. I don't see how that affects bleak outlook. I'm just thinking we got in on this. Specifically us very early barstool got in on it early enough barstool does it better than I mean, you you should by the network for PMT alone. Just just for that. They're thinking of the rest as fucking extra just by PMT. You'll get your money back. You'll get more money than you're gonna get Gimblett again making things up, but I'm pretty fucking sure about that. Just get chiklis depends on how much you spend on it. You would cost you a lot to buy like a lot of fucking money. But I'm just thinking we all have done this to such a high level to like, a truly unprecedented level when you hear some of these advertisers, the feedback being like, well, we had to shut down the promo code because we broke it. The happens with every every single time. We do it like we sell boots. Now, we go fucking or about to do sneaker collab-. We're going to sell everything from clothes to home security air filter. Whatever you want to sell people will buy it. If we tell you to do it. It's free money and all this movement and shake in. We're going to buy you, and that's going to buy that. And this is going to be exclusive. We're going to change the game. We have to be in on it. Somehow we have to be. It's literally missing the gold rush. Golden those Elsner like I'm just going to stay here. Going to stay in this shitty. Bug in studio with the in the itchy insulation on the walls with the internet at the office coming soon, I see no I just for the last two hours. I've just been sitting at my desk with my feet up laptop closed. Internet one. He keeps going the internet's fine. Those. I know it's not I had written a blog. I couldn't post it. I couldn't send it to myself because I had no internet. So at the borrow keys Ethernet Ethernet to post a blog and then on both sides close, my laptop and said that my desk waiting for your radio. So we could do this. Want pete? There's no point in being this office. You can't use the internet non-functioning the internet. And like I thought that he was one I thought like that's that's fucking stupid company like the, and I thought that was like the thing with the wa- squirrels were eating wires. It's not it's just like, it's how barstool sports worse for some reason walking internet. Now the difference. The only thing here is I just I can't knock Pete. He's just he's straight male time. He can I can knock them. I conduct him because I need the inter. So don't be even even Trent was like Faulk you. Yeah. There's. Okay. But here's the thing. It was about to break. Here's the thing. I don't think Pete's job is to fix the internet here. I don't know whose job it is. That's the problem. So I if all of a sudden, you fix the internet a couple of times, and then someone was like do get in that fucking closet in their fiddled with the wires and fixing or not you you're like, I write blogs and do radio. I mean, it's definitely Pedes job is like all the technical stuff here. So maybe it's it's up to fix it. But job to find the person that we're all I said, it's it's a common law thing. Like, I don't know what your job title is. I don't know what you've got hired for what the resume says what the interview was what you actually do to get paid. All I know is you've been fixed the internet for a long time now. So you're the internet fixer. That's it or and if you can't find someone to do while we fucking kill you, like, angry, mob, pitchforks and torches. It's insane. Hang you saying, it's insane. But I do kind of respect to guy who's just looking right in the face lying and being like, we're moving from here. So I'm not going to work here anymore. But that move is not happening for like, five months. The idea that we're going to get out of here by April or whatever. Say like New York City, April one is the move date. Yeah. That sounds like a fucking Pete lie. I mean, February March, April first, April Fools. Office. Some we moved by March in March not by just don't they're like, no, no, no. You don't get it has to be because our our lease starts. So the money starts. So we have to be in. That's all well and good. This is we don't we don't like money on. We're we're we're the most efficient economical company in the world. You dumb fucks. I'll tell you what the problem is. We got the guy running the money and the guy running a tech don't know how fucking company works. I'll tell you right now. We'll we'll overlap six or seven months of this goddamn fucking lease. Dick heads. This is why we're not going to sell their because someone's gonna come take a look and be like this guys can't run the internet is. I makes sense. I get it. I'm gonna pitch. I'm gonna pitch be getting rejected by girl. I get it. But here's the thing. I took a shot. Here's the thing that my friends is where the opportunity lies. That's where you find the arbitrage. Okay. Because if you come in, and you say these dues do two hundred and fifty thousand and these girls do four hundred thousand and these guys do five and these guys do a million, and they don't know what the fuck they're doing. So we just come in and fix the internet and give them nice studios and show them how to put some ads in your, you know, what's it called dynamic ads will triple all their output without doing anything. So it's good that we're eightieths. It's good that Pete sucks in his job. It's great. That resnick. Does what the FOX going on? Because when they come in, and they clean it all up. They don't have to change any content. They don't have to find new talent. All they have to do is fix like infrastructure and dumb business. Sees and next thing, you know, quadruple drought, but that's kind of an Dini did churn and came in on a small scale, and they just clean shit up. But gave us a little bit of cloud. And we knew how to take meetings. We didn't have even they're telling Google to go fuck themselves anymore. We're gonna do the next level of that. We we're we're like seven hundred fifty million dollars. When we think about it because our incompetence is worth like two hundred fifty. So someone have given it is two hundred and fifty million. We've got gotta be a Bill. Are definitely bigger than theirs. And they don't like that's what I was saying about the personalities like they have a guy who is l Pez he has fifteen thousand followers like he's not like making national news. I can absolutely. Appreciate John John's like an absolutely appreciate John's utter commitment to indifference and apathy, but we have to get rich John. Okay. Talking to happen. But okay, like all of these things you're talking about. None of these things affect us. I don't I don't see how these things affect. I see them. Dave get rich on them. Well, in fact, well has has not gotten better from Milton to churn. Over a little bit come a little bit. Well, we'll be more money in our pocket. It'd be a big jump from churn until like Spotify hundred millions of dollars. We'll see again there better be otherwise murder-suicide, otherwise, I master. I know how am I fence, and it doesn't end rich? So, but you know, by Michael Scott talks about well. Picture my life. I'm sitting on my with my family and my comedy gold albums, like I know that's not where I end. So what am I gonna get worked up your mouth? Somebody gave me this big speech yesterday. This girl was like. Your story. She's talking me about all my issues and shit. When I was like beat myself up and you'll to forgive myself. At least that's how she was. Diagnosed me, I was like some of this is true. So I'm not I'm gonna let you that. She was like at the end of the day your life, finishes, happy the end of your story is going to be happy. So just cut out the middle part where you're upset or you're guilty. You're beating yourself up because you're going to end in a spot where you're just like that. I'm sitting there like this is really really nice. I remember we used to talk about that something be like. Yeah. It's all worth it for some reason. Yeah. And now, I don't believe that. I was shaking my head. I was like, no, no, no, it won't probably like. Life is game of thrones. And she thinks John Danny and help on right? I'm here to tell you the white walkers campus, his probably lookers is coming. Eventually. Winter's gonna come on. There was a time where I believed in like, a sad Bouvier bow horrible. We can have a happy ending, and I just saw a lot of horror movie. Yup. And you know, what's crazy and the happy. I I at thirty three years old and in the past couple years have seen so much bad shit happen. I mean, I told Brennan the other day it was like we need to start a list of things that I can eventually talk about one day, and whether it's going to be a standup comedy routine or a fucking book or a goddamn TV show the amount of stories. Good bad funny laugh with me laugh at me laugh at my expense. And I think I live a pretty die. Definitely live a very happy privileged life. So it just as as. As you just age as you just have more opportunities. See more fucked up stuff, you just do the and imagine if you actually had things bad, but if you were poor magic, if if you were discriminated against imagine if you were addicted to this or injured with that, you would see the absolute worse. Life has to offer just simply by waking up every day. That's where I'm at like every day. I wake up is just another opportunity for the world show me how he and can be. And so someone telling me is the gold at the end of the rainbow, bro. Just go, you know, it's. Shit. Yeah. Are you twelve or are you sheltered? Or are you lying? I know him by broken in talking about that stuff. Because like, I mean, it's it's just my mind. Are they my mind has a just a gray cloud where it just sees? It sees what it seeing knows how it should feel about it at it. Just can't like I like this weekend like zero weekend was I mean, I had a lot of phone. My dad, my brother, and I my mom's like your dad hasn't stopped smiling. Brothers texted me, you know, usually be a happy person. He's like he's like he's like what he's gone like this weekend was a movie where he's where like fuck in the wheels up party. And he's like, oh, excuse me by Linda holiday, then accidentally bumped into Steve Smith, then like Aaron judge at the Adidas party where the Super Bowl seen the pats win six fuck you fucking right. And with the grog, wait a minute. Maybe you should be happy person. Yeah. I it's doping leveling. It's one of those. I'm like, I know I lived it. And I and I knew I shouldn't be appreciative of this. And I am appreciative of it. But I should I should really soak in what's happening. And I just can't do this. Debris. All die one day. The Greg Caraba says sounds gonna explode eventually. I wish I would help is if we sold. So how about that? Under hold the fucking. They've just be miserable because Davis so much virtually it'd be mad. I think we'd bridge a point where if I was rich enough, I wouldn't care about other people being more richer more richer than me. Anymore? More problems. I'll tell you what we're gonna get rich off these Puckett sherpa. New sherpa is out if you're watching barstool goal, you can see them right here. Black sherpa low key Viva bar on across the chess subtle branding, real warm, real soft. It's the new quilted sherpa is the new quilted. You got your great quilted. You got your black are I didn't. I know you love sherpa Edita. I wasn't really with you. I wasn't riding that wave. But I put this one on this is the first one I really gave a shot to. And I said, okay, I in on the sherpa Trumper gangster gangster gangster per gang. You. Gotta be on the sherpa. It's just an excuse to walk around fucking cozy shit colored gang cozy warm and yet considered stylish. We're living in a golden age where you can wear sweatpants joggers and sherpa all that shit. And everyone's like, oh, wow. That's popping so embrace it. Do it. Get sober sherpa on sale right now. Go to store dot sports dot com. Check out the Viva collection. Get yourself some sherpa. Who's on the program today? Oh, just ain't guy. Doug Graham, Dabo fucking whammy Gary banner, Chuck ever heard of them most of noxious millionaire in the world, John just single ever heard of him little less of noxious millionaire done I love ultra Sankoh. I love. Oh, oh, Joseph gophers waka flock who you like. A more intrigued by Waqa. I think I enjoy talking about Trump me too. It's a little it's a little like walkers such a cartoon. It's almost hard. I feel like I can just kick. You Chad Johnson. Just like he's a buddy. Like, we just talk. Wocka, I mean, he he told us he gave us the blueprint tech. We gotta get. That's how we gotta go. Right tack. Right. We saw that today anchor. Another two hundred mil back problem is we're talent. What a waste of time talent is John just laughing straighten Garaventa checks basements. This is amazing. He didn't know what hit him the New England like football sports, sports fandom is the great equalizer. Oh, Gary, you started his wine store, and he built the YouTube page, and then he turned it into a social media empire. Now, he's a sports agent in a sneaker designer and a mogul, guess what your football team sucks and John you're excited about Adam gates. Yes, you you said that Adam gates is going to take over the division. How smart could you be when you say that out loud? John over here. Dumb broke ugly. Smelly freed he's laughing in your fucking face. Gary six it was great as much as I as much as I hate to be on the wrong side of that. It was the perfect embodiment of how sports is the great equalizer sports on if you play them if you root full because Gary really does care about sports like any other. That's was like Yvonne must sitting there. Right. You're not right in any way. Yeah. There has to be the caveat that people care. But when you know, they care you could be the best looking guy hook up with the best girls. You can have all the money can have the fortune of fame. You went six and ten pro your fucking loser. I've had I have as many Super Bowls as you're going to win games per year for the next twenty years as true. And there's nothing you can fuck and say back so Ocho Cinco. He keeps. He's spewing a lie about being a virgin, I don't know. What's going on? What's going on? Is this for a sponsor? Is there a punchline characters there? Yeah. This is a mystery. Is this a long con- or you Andy Kaufman in this shit. I don't know. I don't know the answer. I didn't get to the bottom of it. But Ocho Cinco was a trip. Josh Allen interrupted. There's a little like Josh Allen a appearance afterwards. I don't know. Do we put it in the interview Josh Allen gets up? He goes to answer the internet. Josh rose. Down. He goes, I think I call them Rosen. So very good moments. We doubled up again on the interviews because we had so many own Gary and Ocho Cinco. So right now voicemail time, we're gonna go to one eight hundred flowers I and Geli we need theory, though, is after the flowers which area life know about. You can do it. First thing before office before we thought we were going one hundred flowers dot com. Get your Valentine's Day gift giving get that over with your guy giving it to your girl. Go do it your guy giving it to your mom go. Do it. You're a girl giving it to you girl. Go do it your boy giving it to your non gender neutral pan sexual partner. Go get some fucking flowers. If the flowers are federative while their flowers now, I don't know they weren't sent to me, which is disappointed at this point. But then it just just spreading get over yourself. If you find flowers offensive because they're like, assuming gender something they got chocolates. They've got arrangements. 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It's is I watched it last night because it was I I've heard about Dylan's anybody and a lot have a thirst for knowledge. And I didn't I just don't really know anything about it. I know I was alive for it. And I watching it this is so stupid that no one ever taught me about this. And then I realized that like I think they're like twenty years of your life where you can't even really maybe maybe like fifteen years. We're like you just don't learn about important things anything that happens in that ties band because by the time you get to high school. It's not like in the textbooks. Yeah. Okay. I was just about to say the problem with that is it's it's when it occurred soon, but too late exactly like almost all of your life like half of my life. I don't know what happened. I couldn't process the news and then literally have by life. I'll give myself until evenly probably a little older than that. Like before you really like paying attention to news and stuff like that by over over half of my last. So you're not I don't know what happened. You're not tuned in enough on your own to be like, I'm gonna watch the news or read the newspaper and learn about this current event. Meanwhile, I can tell you everything that happened in the fucking French and Indian war because the textbooks rate, it's the wonder years that well, that's so that's that's changed. Now, the internet is changed that. But even then like still a sixteen year old isn't like MU I want to see what you're gonna you're at least going to get headlines, and basic knowledge like you're not like that's what the the problem right now is everyone's so tapped into politics, I think they know what the fuck talking about. So they're not really educated. But you're at least informed because you see what's transpose worst. You'll be opinionated. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Super busy. They don't have a fucking true. That is true. Having an opinion is bad either. But I just think that like yes now, everyone read the headlines, and it's like that's bullshit. Well, right, click the fucking link dickhead, you can't stop people from being opinionated uninformed assholes. But the fact of the matter is that if I say to you like what's the crisis with the Flint Michigan, and you're going to be like, oh, I know what it is. Because I've been alive on the internet. But for us it was just like going to be outside like throwing sticks in the voter. It's gonna climate tree until I fall it. That was a guy. I knew nothing about it. I was nine. So like, I didn't know anything about it. I didn't realize how it started. I don't think I know. I just know Timothy Timothy McVeigh he was like a white. He was he was not a witness himself. But he was I news anti-government because the United States is a bully when he was over in Iraq. He's why am I killing these Iraqis or just like regular people? And when he came home it was like, Ruby Ridge just happened. And. So Ruby Ridge was the I why just know from the Waco dark zone that was in. I think that was before it was like eighties. But it's still like ten years before you to go. Yeah. You're using textbooks. That are twenty years old stuff that happened in your life. You don't fuck in relearn about. No, you don't let you can. I tell you what I was mad last night watches. I was like I should have fucking lurches at some point. How did no one teach me this shit? I was like I was curious. It was like it was like he was like radicalized it always asked with the terrorists. Like where was he radicalizing? These rag is in America by second amendment like gun nuts. White supremacist chili that? I should have done this happened. I should have known this happened. And the only reason you did because Netflix made a fucking documentary thirty right? Like, you would've never learned that I never going to pick up. Textbook. You're never going to go back to class. You would never gonna care who is the dumbest fucking thing in the whole world. I'm glad I didn't graduate. It's what you really should do. Don't go to college. They'll go to high school fuck school. Just go home and read the internet is so stupid. He's joining the other day. I was reading something. We're like it was like some fucking baby-boomer rouse like your millennials. We're doing now Malaysia taking needing classes because they don't learn how to sew their buttons. Yeah. Assholes because you cut Homa class that was your fucking idea you wanted to make standardized tests. The big thing, we even get home at you said, you know, learn anything we learn shit. I don't know what a mortgages jots mad. He didn't do Ovech onomic does. I'm. Amanda, what I was getting chirp for like learning having to learn things that like all the people decided we didn't have to learn the ads like you didn't even know how to do that. You're the ones who made it. So we don't do that. You guys got to take the class. You said that wasn't necessary. Now, we don't know how to do the things you learned in that class. I got a couple a couple years of home MAC, and like workshop class Member, Mr Clapper, whatever his name was what was his name Kirschner. Doc percents, right? Mr. hopper walked around all slow with his ass. Popped out. He was obviously. This black guy was like a fucking robot. And I remember making like we made like a Satar. Yeah. Be solder is like a fucking. Conor is authorized cauterize Ray, we fucked sh. Yeah. Yeah. We that was a little cauterize mixed with sodomized, but I was making shit. It was like a pencil holder paper holder, and then we did the whole MEC thing we had been sixth grade. And they it's gone as I cooking who is fun. We'd be like a cake and eat clay cake. Thanks class that it got replaced with like computer classes, typing share what type it doesn't matter. You'll learn how to do that type breathing. Yeah. Just figure it out. But rose the black Brown or the quick found FOX jumped over the lazy fry whatever you're never gonna fuck figures. Wherever the fuck I want to learn how to do it. Yeah. I'll do this Bill do really fascinating. But can make you put your like they used to make the thing over. So you couldn't see your hand off as you just happens typing. You learn that one's like because you're going to be using the technology whole river. I haven't used in oven since I moved to New York because no one taught me how to use one. Yeah. I just fucking just sold. My house took a bath on it. Don't hide anything works. I don't know where the money's coming from how where how much I had left on the mortgage where it's how am I gonna get this? It's all fuck. And made up someone could Robbie right now. So I hate school. I don't think that happens while you're alive. You're never gonna learn. Here's what I know from my child is as a fact, remember, no more. You'll like what are they? By what what has what happened from like nine thousand nine hundred eighty five to two thousand seventeen to thanks. I started very recently twenty twelve I plan Twitter started paying attention to the news. Like, I'm I'm fairly informed on like. Yeah. The news. But from from eighty five to two thousand twelve often someone start making documentaries. I mean one every year here's this year by year. It'd be like, and then lastly, what when I watch was ninety one maybe before eighty five because like I said like the textbooks we use in high school. We're so old that like I was born in eighty eight so definitely at least eighty eight. But I think probably even five years before that like just just a list of things I should know what I remember one else has I remember Waco. But I just remember like the place Waco. I watched the TV series that came out. And I was like, oh, this is some there's like some shit here. Like, the ATF really fucked that up. I didn't know that book debates that guy's crazy. But fuck that up. Didn't know that. I I knew Waco, I knew hell bop. I have an obsession with the hell that is the Heaven's Gate cult. I know what it is. I don't. Oh, it's extent. I mean, I know that they're the drink the Kool aid people, right? Yeah. Yeah. And they all they all put on the jumpsuit Kool-Aid people were Jonestown. Okay. So we have a date, but they drank poison to they definitely killed themselves. Yeah. Yeah. And they had the Nike yellow the the Nike that they wear go on on EBay for like nine hundred dollars sneaker, head culture. And I am about to buy. I'm about is Bler Jim by some colts new cars. Those guys crazy. I know OJ. Everyone knows okay. That was the one that like, you know, permitted. So I know Waco HALE Bopp OJ. I knew Timothy McVeigh, but I used to confuse him with the Unabomber Timothy Ted thought those guys are the same guy and then like nine eleven I got nothing nothing else. Yeah. Nine eleven's. Like, the one thing. I remember in that in that eight two. Twelve times been Y two K. That's it. I got wide UK. I I know my hockey coach worked on computers, and he had to leave hockey lot was always outgoing update shit. I still don't know why did ended up being nothing. Nothing or did they just like brace themselves and fix it. It's like we spent a billion dollars to ten billion dollars. Thanks to guys like it could have been bad. I remember thinking nuclear warheads are gonna go all ever so pumped. I remember I was like oh says his bullshit. And then it was like, click, click, click tick tick tick midnight, and I was like, okay. Just wait it out. I hear is actually like probably like one of the biggest like ritziest New Year's Eve parties ever been to for that. Because it was like some it was like some. Yeah. It was going down. Let's let's on like a like a big house out in Westport mass. Like right valets like everyone's like get the fuck away from civilization. We're going to restart society. Here we need to I was like eleven twelve in like other than my little boat. Mytalk was like. I was like this is fucking bullshit. I remember I Randy all night. It was like this is so to my mom like this sucks because that's the end of the world. Can you hold enough to celebrate it, but I'm old enough to die? What the hell's wrong with you? This is a deep level of comprehension that I don't think I like. Partying. But I'm not old enough to do that the party at the end of the world. Does he doesn't know this socks to know about the die? Your fucking. He is open is used. That's why it's very perfect with the one thing. I learned another edition is out right now on barstool gold. This time. This was this was a funny story. I like that makes but but like the fact that you just like the fight that stealing a dog is like us just my as my light work as my warm-up dog dog twelve hours. It's pretty funny. One thing I learned is the animated storytelling series. 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And that he's out swimming to NAMI, even though like a mile in Georgia to. Wanna see we think like how fucking ridiculous is how stupid it is one of you might say you'll be able to survive it. But I don't know. Like, these are things we I feel like sometimes I'm like, I really think if you jump at the right time of a plummeting elevator. You're going to survive. Correct. You know, like. Also, like if you if you really time, and right, I feel you can swim under anyway. Yeah. That makes perfect. That's obvious. Right. I don't even know how someone is calling it to his. Sudani is a destructive wall of water that is coming crashing down on like deep impact. Remember when they're standing there on the ocean. They just ran out with the water kept pace with the water. It'd be asked the problem. That's the problem with this. Is it sucks the coastline? Right. But if you could. Okay. And under that baby surf oak. 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So I've got a question for you guys. So I'm a college kid and the other day. My roommate was taking a shower, and he came out came out of shower came out and a towel. And all of a sudden, I just look at this, dude. And he was in the hot pocket now. I asked him I go just eating in the shower and Hewish explained to me that there's nothing wrong with that. And I know that you know, shower beers are thing whatever don't really that's my wash. But this do is eating fucking hot pocket. And then there's one of the weirdest thing you've ever heard is want to get your take on. It was just fucking crazy. But one of you, take leva. Viva. It's not the classiest the choices, but I feel like it's crazy since it. Would you eat anything in the door? No because he hears. So my my point was going to be if you're eating in the shower, you have no standards to begin with. So don't crucify the guy for eating a hot pocket. Oh, no. I don't think it's a hot pocket like eating link. Filet Mignon in the shower, then he's okay. Put your box filet Mignon, wrapped in bacon. No. So to me, it's like if you're going to be white trash and eat. Go trash is standing in the rain. We'd standing in the I agree with you. I've never I'll shower beers, very different scenario. It's a wet aluminum can liquid you get drunk. There's a reason it's not filling up with water. It's not getting wet. The hop pocket is a scorching hot intended to be crispy flaky food. You're now drenching it in water. I. I think we have to be breaking this down on food types here. It does not matter what food is Joe food in the shower. Pop. No, no, no food in the shower. Kevin, dammit, I bore than this is what I hate is like people who were like. Dude. Like, it's a life hack like saves time. People love given life hacks for the shower. Like, hey, you wanna save time brush your teeth in the shower, we get God they've said down with that. He was taking away from the time soaping. The soap, and then I'll use by dry off and fucking brush my teeth. Now, I'm brushing my teeth as our I'm not so ping. It's not a life hack. No. I think that there is a little bit of time value at it and saves withdrawing off. Brush your teeth while with a towel wrapped around. He's still a little wet. That's fine. But if you're in the shower brushing your teeth thinking, you're saving time, you're not you're just shoot just brushing your teeth instead of soaping. So I I gotta life act like do your work in the shower. Visited getting sense is doing the shower is not a life hack soaking wet book. So I think people will tell you about this like, oh, you need to save time as what he wanted to do processes our first of all saving me, like seventy seconds. St wives. More seconds of my life. If you think of it in the life act, like I remember like in college, I just had everything in that like shower caddy and Dopp kit. Do it all at one shit. No, no, no. There's a difference. The shower the college shower catty is just like a fucking crate. This is like a mesh crazy, by the way, the new MBA fashion as Dopp kits. You see that the fanny pack across your chest. That's last year. But now now that's like supreme spring 2017. Well, it's just hitting now though because Sony Michelle was wearing it on Kimmel, and we had to think Eddie Jackson came on our show wearing it for you out that day. I think you were doing you weren't on radio that they his he added like across the chest fanny pack that was a big to do. And then I saw Sony Michelle on it on Gimmel. So I don't know. Fail. Berg vital bug world. Maybe it's old but not old. But it's just I guess that's. Coming close mainstream. Fuck you, John the you know, what I had a question for with the roommate were in the towel. This is a big thing for me, where do you where you're tell. When you tell your towel waste. I know. But where do you type like on like my left hip, but how are you bub? Bellybutton? Oh below bellybutton. Okay. I think people who you're old if you go above valid Lewis. His turn them out every time. He goes, what do you do you have to be sixty enough mind based on my dick? I'm like Venus showing the arrows that I don't have. I wanna look at all not. But yeah, you might you might you might see my fucking. I think does it into my dick. Both my roommates have it like up to their nip Gaz definitely is a guy waits around his armpits like a girl girls put over there did says what GATT? Cover-ups? Jess, you could see my peeps. I barely wearing a towel. I wear a towel to Pangalos at shirt. It's barely on a strong panga. Yes. She's I'm sorry. Saved by the bell code. I was like depend- was wholesome, bro. Kelly Capelle is just hanging on by a strong gusty. I'm naked. Not even strong gust. Like, if I if I take my hand off it, I'm probably like, I'm always hoped he died in just told him to NC girls. Do the shower thing in the hair thing, you know, what I love girls ask you like again. Get girls stay over. I'm like you wanna tell hoping they'll say, no. Because like I. Retail's one of them is over nap. Two and a half to tell ripped it have the holy God. So maybe it was like a beach towel. I was like bugging. Just ripped in to Dallas. Two thousand that one. I come in. Okay. Do you have a Haertel at a face towel? It ahead. I have a beach towel. I ripped in half and a free towel from Pete frady's plunged repeat that done really dry you off to ones. Like the lake. Great ex- falls off. I've had those towels for three years. That's it. I wash my asshole with dry with them. I dry my face with them. I just start from the top and work by way down. And I watched them. I don't know. I don't know maybe monthly maybe they just grow monthly. They're claiming on clean water so water gun. Hey, let it air dry like a home on the range. But the I'm with you on that tells don't get there are soap, soap doesn't get thirty talented. Exactly. Last last voicemail where we got. Supervisor BC. Would you rather live twenty thousand years twenty four hours? Well, I think we know John's answer. I mean, that's not my answer is one of those things that you'd said I died tomorrow. I don't wanna die tomorrow. I don't but you don't want to. I was such a genuine. I don't think twenty thousand alone. Longtime, but I wanna make the choice. I just want to happen. I feel you. I don't I feel like it's well, I don't want twenty thousand but I cannot whenever we do these things. I realistically I'm never going to sign to be dead tomorrow. I'll be like I wanna live a normal life. And then I'll deal with the fact that I've got nineteen thousand nine hundred to go nine hundred and probably like thirty to go for being realistic here. I mean, I guess that's the ultimate Chicote object button know, if you get the stones to take a thousand years to work to right? You could get to suicide by like year twelve thousand I've got the ball. I can do this twenty thousand is one of those things though, you know, I mean twenty thousand years ago, I don't know who's around. Then like, I was saying you see some shit around twenty thousand years. Seven I was half hour ago. Very how school didn't he Dan anything? You know, what twenty thousand years ago was what? I don't know iron age bronze age way way way with where that like you think about like we're in the year two thousand and then like Jesus was like four. So we're still only talking about a couple thousand four was for four. He was born four eighty. Jesus Christ was born. Yeah. I mean. No, he wasn't. Yeah. BBC nadine's before Christ after I know. But technically like, yes. So it's like zero but like they say he's actually born like four because like they fucked up or whatever. But either way zero four whatever I'm saying still a two thousand ever heard that. Yeah. Bro. They fucked up Jesus birthday by what was around twenty thousand years ago, because it's not like dinosaurs. That was like millions and people I think you're probably looking at like. Like a Lega Neanderthal like a crow Magnin or some shit like that. I don't think I was way longer to. Yeah. Twenty thousand years ago. Artifacts and part of pottery and stuff like that. Regular people twenty thousand years ago. I think you had to at least be sub-human. I mean like this looks like a free legit artifact. Yeah. But but mean paleolithic, I guess, no. No, no. That's not your way off that's five hundred thousand years ago. Paleolithic was up to seventy thousand. Upper paleolithic was up to one was the first human. Trying to these guys are making art forty thousand years ago. So I mean, that's pretty advanced art, I feel like so that's a human. See? When one thousand years ago, the culture of Levant, what's culture twenty thousand years ago. You're twenty one thousand years ago artifacts suggest human activity occurred. What am I talking about homo erectus was one point eight million years ago? Yeah. So this just regular as people twenty thousand years ago living I mean, they're living in caves and shit. Right. The lake caveman. But. The painting on the walls and stuff like they appreciate our at that point. They have culture. So imagine if you lived from painting on the walls of your cave to Netflix documentaries about Oklahoma City, you'd be like a lot. So I used to think it was weird. Like, I think our grandparents probably lived through more change than any other grandparent any other people ever like you. If you if you if you put some miles on your grandma you one hundred five year old grandma's you went from like, pre industrial revolution through the computer. Then I saw cars and TV's and microwaves and air conditioning. Like, you live you started out on a farm. You hit like you hit like a couple of depression. Ups and downs wars you went through both world wars both wars that were to end all wars you only saw one World Series. On World Series, four more. Right. You live through the war to end all wars. And then they ripped about three or four more on your head. And then like, and then you have a personal computer in your own house like crazy, maybe your own fucking hand, baby. But at us, that's gotta be a whirlwind. Imagine that times two thousand that's and that's because they lived through such a difference that like I think we will be able to keep up with just about anything like Snapchat. I don't have. I don't really right. But it's still the same ballpark. You understand it like, I think there'll be a technology where I'm like, I don't I just don't get that. Right. I don't like it. I don't understand it. But I can't even the same way. You couldn't put on by evening. Craving on fingerling. Whatever it is. I think or I don't know. Maybe this is like the maybe we're being stupid. There's that famous quote about the guy who was like everything that has ever been invented is. This is it we've maxed out he was like there's no more to invent and it was in like the eighties. Like, we figured everything out. It's like, no, you didn't do it. So maybe us being like we can handle anything. What a stupid thing. Dumps thing in the world even be an urban legend to be honest. That's so dumb. And I don't even know what is true. But we might see some shit seventy years. It's like mind blowing. I love that shit where it's like people predicted future. I think I buy all that knows your dommage shit by all of it. It's all fake anymore. More stuff that I can you could actually tangible and listen to like. John Lennon or something that was talking about how in the future music wanting to be made with instruments. Right. So you'll be just sound right? Right. Like your fucking idiot new nail that smashed. And then there was there was another one for you know, what the other one was. I don't know like that. But that was that was cool. Oh, you've bet. Effluent ethics. Yeah. Why he said it was of these streaming. People your TV. He's like, yeah. You'll be streaming services. You won't be theaters. You won't be like it's just been watching it hits your house. Everyone's eighty okay. Do just produce promote. Julia. We'll stupid that do. I wish I was smart, then maybe we'd get rich, but we're dumb. So we're just here. Reading ads on our podcast. You wanna do ultra Cinco first or walk off like, I know Cinco or guy. I let's go which I think is brought to you by Sikh. You wanna go one day one day? 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That's why eighty five kids. Last time. We spoke to you. You were you were in our studio. Uncle Luke, you're pushing the Miami documentary city warriors. And you also you revealed something about yourself that used to be a stripper. I did. I did. That's that was I was something I feel you had never talked about. And now here at the Super Bowl worrying Atlanta. It's one of the strip club capitals of the world for women. Not men. No. But you know, being having been in the industry yourself, right? What are you doing this week? Not getting them all to. No, no, you're not no money. Not even as a patron. No there are there are tens and tens of thousands of dollars. That are going to be made by women this weekend. True. Here's a story is always that. When when the Super Bowl comes to town, there's an uptick in all sex workers. Strippers all of that area that has to do with horizontal activities. Okay. It's I'm talking about it's up here. I believe it, you know. And I really haven't been an environment in a long time. I'm not gonna lie like that ask because I'm cheapest if you know me, but dude like I'm talking about guys going in because you have the money to do so spin in ten and fifteen and twenty thousand have you ever been no not even when even when I would go out people like that. But I'm not doing God damn fifteen twenty grand. That's not happen. Just still have a decent night trip. Tonight. You know is a dance dances individually, twenty bucks. Dances, knowing then you tip toeing the pants damn. I get nervous getting the dances because here's the deal. Right. So like if you're drunk driving up on your, right? And you got your all softens them, right? You don't want to show. Block it out. I put up a one made my pants, really. I like it. I like it. I don't I don't drink though. So I'm always. So you always always always now, I do have a problem though. So you're sober knowing that tube of cigars smoked a nice day. Like really day decks frigging, my freshman year in high school, these we'd no I never had weed. Of course now last night for a while. Let me just tell you something starting thrones. You're like a star NFL wide receiver you'll smoke drink or go to strip clubs like what what do I do my play fucking fi fi fi? Now, I know travel I go I travel around the world wherever I am. And I d people's asking people who who's your team? That's my what's up you good. Josh. Watch out. Mobridge low bridge. Josh where are you going to pop on for second? Josh got some weed you good. You're not leaving. Are you? Five minute. I gotta get a picture before you. What's your name T? I fucking love you. My name's Ocho. The pitcher real quick is that. Okay. Yeah. You wanna pop out? Do you think? I mean, Josh we go way back way back. This was my quarterback. Quarterback. I love the shape that someone please. While I have on makeup. You mcdonald's? I already had it. Oh my goodness. Thank you. A million dollar smile. Is right. There doesn't meet you. Pleasure continue success and all that other shit and all that other shit. You're already I've not doing that. What the radio room later? Not much. Actually, if you've got a couple minutes, we do a video series where you answer like crazy because it goes from our podcast minutes. That's what she said. Thank you. They can do that. While we do this. Yeah. Okay. So we'll keep kicking it with Chad. They're moving out for you. Thank you. Appreciate it down having a week. Great week. He's going to be a little busy. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Had some phone last night. Terry you come through. Do you hang your is something big? You know what we do? We have an amateur boxing. I heard tonight, but I'm gonna come through, obviously. Depending on what time it is nine thirty. I'm out seven o'clock. Okay. Am I you know, I have my my celebrity basketball game to do. Okay. Making more house. I was watching last night. Having with you. He's horrible horrible. He never could get up rarely he's talked everyone into believing that he can actually play the game of basketball. He will could barely play receiver. Honestly. I was paying. With tales my guy. That's my man. I love I love them. Good, dude. At all. He can't who period. And I hope he sees this te'o sucks. I think you will boss. He's gonna run the guy with you. Right. Move on. Jive you got neither receiver in buffalo. I'm still open. Any money? For fucking free. Mcdonald's. Would you really for free? No, no. Are you getting paid for fever? Yeah. I'm with a in general, right? Is that advertising money where like competing money like you to dig up eating is done on my own, right? Also, I I do that on my own. But as far as being a part of the Brandon NT, it's itself rice. So will you do that you get to a point where you are like considered a professional gamer will are you already? I would think I am. Yes. If people have play are the pros. I weakened league, you know, when you make. Who's your squad on Viva Napoli? Yeah. I was to hear this little bull. Fuck no. But I mean ultimate team. It's a variety of some of the best players, but it's different affiliate. But yeah. Head to head. I play with Napoli dominate. I travel the world dominate you really do. Now, I've been doing that for years talk to me about your neighbor, bro. Faraj? Listen, did you know him? No, no, no. I didn't know what he did, obviously. But. Yeah. With him every now, and then I'll never never I have a question when it comes to stuff like that politics. I know nothing about right? Takes goes hand in hand. Why are we in such uproar when none of them ever go to jail? Anyway. I mean, what's the point? I mean, a lot of them going to jail right now. No, they're not they're not going to jail. They're going to jail. No. That's where it's going to jail. He's not going to twenty five seconds. You're saying do we get up? Oh, my God, you're going. No. They're not stuff. Like this has been going on for decades. No doubt that game in none of them ever. Go to jail. They good that. We're finally like I mean getting then I mean, it's cool. We're getting them. But they're protected by a higher power luminosity believe that's true facts didn't timeout. I forget forget the aluminum. I don't know about that. What do you think controls everything aliens? No, no. I mean, being generally white people extremely powerful elitist thirteen families one shrinks. When we need the borrow may when Bank devolvement who they go to them. Exactly. So the person that has the money controls everything. It's always been waiting demands is always. And I'm not sure why people don't even know that. I mean, I think people know that they don't because we we have CNN we have Fox News. We have all these debates and all and the green light is lit from way above but on this is what's going to happen. It's not going to go down. Bingo, and TV, Jessica control the masses. I watch TV. No, not really I just play for you. You don't watch. Like, you don't have a favorite TV show. Not one missing. Although school Marden. Of course, obviously, you familiar, we'll good times older generation, but I know Sanford and son. I don't know why like spam. I'm so glad you said that I've recently got into bird box. Okay. Into it. Into it. Based on Twitter. They put me up on Netflix. Dude. You like it. Do you? See you. Yeah. That's just fucked up. Right. Freaking Joe in seeing you. You was awesome. Yeah. She was creepy. Perfect strangers. What's that? What's that? Holly berry. No, she gets. She gets kidnapped or whatever. No. That's different ones. Perfect strangers in my favorite of all. They put me on freaking Tommy fuck and Shelby. Oh. Hey, I'm most season two right now. Like sewed said. Episode on TV. Right. I guess it take forever for it to get to us because I got aired over there. I yeah. So it takes two years for the new season. Oh is that what eight years in the BBC over there? And then it comes to Netflix months later. That is fire. Tommy show. We do. Think about was frigging McGregor for some reason. To watch with the subtitles on because I to I can't stand Arthur for. Arthur and Tom Hardy's character. I got enough out fee. Yes. No. No. Alfie like you're not supposed to understand. Yeah. I think he's doing it on purpose. Crazy how how I gargled everything. Marvels and his mouth, man. Yeah. That was that was great spend money for the rest of your life. You think I probably could. That's probably it. Right. I mean, that's I feel like you could you could live on Dita's money and the rest of us put away in the Bank, basically, basically, I mean, that's what I did do my career. Anyway, you didn't overspending now TV money. No what I was doing. You know, the shows the commercials at that point. What do you think about Antonio Brown right now? I mean, I I don't make judgmental anyone's personal decisions that they have to live with and what they wanna do with their personal life from a football standpoint. I understand what he's going through. Put yourself in his shoes in a sense the public probably can't the fans that are skill offense. Probably can't as a dizzy from receiving stamp standpoint of wanting to get out of the situation. Why did I get it? Why do you think fans always side with the ownership rather than I mean, the owners of billion because they see players blue-collar as fans they are. They are dedicated to their team, right? Logically. Like, why am I starting with a billionaire the guy who's a little blue collar worker just trying because you paid a lot? You paid a lot. It's a blue collar job. And I don't think you see the owner being a billionaire that you see the player being a millionaire you see the chains swag. What do you think? If it was every year, you know, like, you know, it's knowing what you make what you make every year people know what your salary you think they should start announcing what the owner makes every year. Do I think it's Google lable? Is it it's Google lable? That's a word, but you can find. Is Google Google? I like that what about? Why why do you think the wide receiver position is often? You know, either has the diva moniker or are they actually personality anything that? That speaks out any anything that doesn't conform to how they think you should be whatever they may be in media fan wherever anything with personality. Oh, it's a deeper when you when you have you speak out. Oh, he's disgruntled. They want you to be a political robot. So you think that why receivers just have more personality and always been that way? Why is that I have no idea because you guys catching touchdowns? So much pain. Depend on so much for that. Even just funny that there seems to always be one or two guys in the league that are celebration. They and they tend to be the best. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's why he was so fucking high profiles. Okay. T? Oh, so long to get into the hall. I don't know. That was more so personal right? We all know that for whatever reason. But he's in now you and you're gonna. I should. Urban the hall is based on accolades based on what you did on the field. Right chivvy. Michael Irvin's numbers in mine. Are identical is the same thing. So you can't add. I don't control that as individuals. Right. You know, I tried to help get to that point. But we didn't do it. But from a personal standpoint, my numbers of the same exactly. So therefore, I would be in one day. And that's my fucking argument. Very strong argument. Very sound argument. All right, man. We're going to wrap up we're going to have to do this video as well. You down where we're going to it in front of the green screen were Nancy some fucked up fucking. Ocho? You're not you're not a virgin till you're twenty seven. I don't get it. I don't know what the joke is. You were in the you're a professional athlete by the age of twenty seven you formerly played at the you you fucked girls your entire life. I just think oh losses Virginia and using eleven. I didn't tell me you believe him. I don't believe him. But I don't know. He was a late bloomer? Yeah. I could see him being labeling for sure I mean, that's how you get that kind of attitude to and again, I think I think a good about of athletes that that late bloomer type what Tom Brady a lot of the greats. Wh why did he bloom Tom Brady? Oh, you just me like his glow up type shit. Specifically, losing your virginity. I mean like you have the being a late bloomer put that chip. I don't think Tom Brady's body count is. No. So yes, I think he was like slaying. I don't get that impression. But it's like, but he was California guy played, you know, he's a backup findings playing football because it back up. Yeah. Right. You want to Rose Bowl? Yeah. He's not like a fucking loser. But I just feel like he he he he ran through like Tara Reid. They land through Giselle. And I could just see it being like not that many relatively speaking. I have no idea. I I would guess two hundred would you? I don't think. So I think that's high. I don't know why. Because he's such a weirdo. I don't think it was guy in the world. I don't think he was like at Michigan just being like fuck. I don't know why. I'm dead wrong. I think Tom Brady's fucked six girls. It's time for Gary. You wanna talk a little football. You wanna talk a little entrepreneur life. You wanna talk to the newest client of his on bainer sports. Geronimo our boy GMO's sat down for a while. Interesting Super Bowl topic. Good conversation with our guy. Gary, always a pleasure. 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We're here the Super Bowl, obviously. And I gotta ask Gary. Yes. Do you think we'll ever be here for the right reasons? One hundred thousand percent, and I actually optimistic idiot with no. And you'll appreciate this. Like, I think you know this. I'm not optimistic you can go search eight jet draft picks on YouTube where you're. The fuck and result. Like, I'm not optimistic. I've cried on the announcement of a new head coach. But in this scenario, I am I think Adam geeze is going to dominate. I really do. I totally believe in crazy. The best part about this. The best party the amount of times. I'm going to clip you doing win a Super Bowl and your fucking mouth remark. Anytime. Wrong. I'm not this book and dude. Hey, bro. All the fucking same. I'm just saying I'm not we're rooting for the same thing. You're duffy. But guess what we're in the same boat. We're in. Both were in xactly. The boot were where you even if you were high on gates. Yes, what he had that press conference? Where do you not like what the fuck is going on was completely unfazed could do could give a fuck about? Coaches on his time in Miami. What about his time how they finish? He if you if you take into account a head coach that had his starting quarterback miss half his time in three years. I think he finished remarkably. Well. I also think if you show me a head coach that it is considered a quarterback guru that everybody wants to say, we'll just manning and you look at his John kidney and Brock Osweiler data. I think you'll find out that he extremely well. You're going. I think if you actually talked to human beings that played for him and everybody who played for him last year. I think you'd have a different take. And so the reality is somebody's going to be right? And somebody's gonna be wrong. And that's fine. Though, the pincers fans listen agents almost exclusively there's collateral damage where a team does something. And then people jump on that to try to drive their self esteem. I'm thrilled that you feel good about something. Somebody else starts. Tweet right inverse in Mexico. For me. So for me like I'm thrilled that patriot fans feel like they're right on something. They had nothing to do with it. And that's really nice. If you want to live your life like that, bro. Tell you what Kerry it is fantastic. This third. Super Bowl in a row. I got my post game party passes already. I'm ready to get gassed up Sunday night. It's a solid way to live on. Listen, I would love to I am question. Please. You're you're you're a hustle yo talking about grind and stuff like that. So odds came out today that I am the Vegas favorite to be arrested next. How much money you? Let's make a deal you put money down. You you fronting on the field. You're reading the field. Just got time. Now, I'm getting worse in person barstool. So definitely. Yeah. Back here. No fucking probably tell me about your hustle. One of the reasons that we have eight or sports got really about you is like kind of your college transition to where you are. Now. How how does it go from? How do you think the differences of the player that goes to a big time program versus one that doesn't like now that you've been league for a little while like what's your perspective on that variable? Is that a chip on his shoulder is a fundamental disadvantage? How did it work for you paint some context where everybody at home that doesn't know what it is is the spoiler insta- people in this and network that you get involved in going from or biz school? I went to Illinois came out of drew out of junior college. So the spoiler wasn't always broad. But when you have opportunities to go against people like Ohio State. I will you know, Nebraska. Those are the ones that got the spoils you for it a bit ten so you take advantage of opportunities this. So they get placed in a platform where they can assail kind of right away. Gaza. I had the struggle and kind of go through a little grind little upbringing. You find yourself in a situation where you have to understand that this is still an opportunity not that we're on a back burner, and we had to make something out of nothing, but you still have opportunity, but if you don't understand that and learn how to take advantage of you won't like she knows a winner because he had adversity. But you you've rooted for teams that always win. You have. No, no adversity. Listen, I I was miserable personal. I'm ready for team right now. That's an underdog. Good. Good. No. I know what they're doing. I take the bait. Every time draws fucking insane. See most of the chip on sold them. I know exactly what you mean. I'm living at right now. Much doubt with a few. I fucking. In the past. The Rams were the favor. Gene. Here. You talked about surrounding yourself with the right people. What made you sign up with this idiot? First and foremost, I didn't I didn't feel he was idiot. Idiot. But it was a opportunity in a platform for me to take advantage of what I wanted to do was be connected with people that give me opportunity to be around exposure, you know, people don't know my story or understand my story. Or even understand me? Personally, if they don't get a chance to be around me and see me. And and so then sports is killing it like I said, we're not doing that. We are we we're not going to do what we're trying to do it. We are doing. So that exposure Gary v all from me in AJ in the marketing team like I was like. Yeah. The all guys want me. I want you to do. You know, it's interesting. I'm thinking about you had those one or two games that you do the country would be watching in college. Right. And then I think about this last season Monday first game Sunday night like obviously AJ hype. Right. And we know you're going to get some opportunities and then back to this whole connection. I tweet I'm like tonight, the country's going to know what this name is. And then you have that big touchdown pass. Like like, how does that? How do you think about those moments when you know, it actually matters versus every game matters every step matters film. Everyone's watching everything, but clearly the macro when all of us in this room are watching because it's the Sunday night game. Like is there a different level of mindset that you go into definitely? So as a player, honestly say I transition in turning a switch on and off guys that get put in like a prime time game rather than a regular game. You know how to sell in their regular game. But when you're in that primetime moment is prime time for reason all is. Only you. So you gotta do you wanna give it your all regardless at any given time. But when you own prime time is like now, if I may one little catch one little Joop move, and everybody's going to be everybody's to see you. So that's the thing. We're sociology. Also with your episodes. Right. Like flat out, the reality is if you know that there's a guest coming on that has a huge audience that you're going to get a lot of new is on on whether you know everybody, but there's an awareness to that's happening. And that's that. That's that. We plan our episodes around that. All right. We know we have this guests. We gotta have our best material alongside that guests and make sure they'll be essentially. Thanks. One of us. I think. It's you know, it feels three in a row now here it's like the first couple of Super Bowls were. Little more like novelty or a big deal. Now, it's just like we're going to be here every every year because it's just. And your brand right? It's like, you know, the first, you know, it's the same old thing. Right. You come up. It's like this little thing on the side. And just now like rand where are you staying on good? No. The you'll appreciate this answer. I'm not sure. And that might be the answer in itself. I haven't spent a whole lot of time. Appreciate that. Very clearing. So let me be clear when you have thirty two billionaires, and those egos as your bosses, you end then on the other side, you have the popularity of the fans you were on a fucking tough spot. So what do I think I have empathy on the flip side? I'm a big believer of disproportionate over communicating. So I if you're asking me for a hot take what could he have done better over the last half decade? I think it feeling transparent let alone being transparent would be a great start at feels to polish PR. But he says he is restaurant which is by the way. That's fine. I'm not, you know, whatever to meet your fucking dick face quarterback says you're underdogs. Nobody believes that. So the reality is that people shit. Your story nine in the six, that's it under God believe that that I believe nonetheless. I that's that's my read on him would you shit spa. When he was like, he was saying just the other day where he like he was just flat out lying to the public where at his press conference. He's saying that, you know, he talked to the saints, and he talked to the players and Michael Thomas came out right away, a hidden to us. He's like, so I think box that whole thing's thing I was he demands of every player he demands that. They do a press conference every game that they talked to the media the answer for what they did him. But he doesn't when he presents. You got to be smart about this? Right. Not him. Let's there's a lot of issues that we don't talk about players care about money. Let let us every three years. So there's a lot of things that I've watched a lot of players do in the last three or four years where I'm like, wow. They're compromising for the dollar Bill in a way that is uncomfortable to meet. And so I'm not going to sit Heatley players do press conferences because the TV contracts are paying these guys the kind of money, they're getting the exposure matters. Dell's limited in their contract in the NFL comet they wanted the money. There's a lot of things demand in their contract. They show up for fucking training linked to me. That's not the man that's bonus. No, you're talking about medical training them. So the reality is very simply like, I understood listen, I don't I didn't see any of the saints of. But the reality is that if you're gonna if he's going to come out and say I spoke to every player and Michael Holmes like I didn't even speak to me. That's that's a voter ability. If he said, I spoke to the players and he get. Fucking captains. Then you start getting into semantics, right? Let me ask you. So as a player. Yes. And you as a superfan. Yeah. Until the superfan as a player like if you were on the wrong side of that same school. I mean, I would literally never stop talking about it every single day of my life. I would I would have a podcast specifically about that. Every single let's talk about the call. But I would also and I'll let you go in a second. But I would also if I was Rams fan only talk about the face mask on the drive before. Because the reality is you like every play there's fucking penalties. And I understand what happened emotions are high. But we need to be sure that we don't overreact and sort of employing some sort of rules. If we spent reviewing subjective calls in the last Tuesday. Do this these God, please God make sure that that's not where we're going. The would you would you be a part of this class action lawsuit loss of happiness of life. Definitely not because I'm not well, of course, you would your book impeach. Getting. I'm a hustle for it. Now, you think outside sources affect your happiness. I I want to sue everybody wants to the Mets the judge. ABC just as a player if I was on real gimme a real fucking. Would you go down where he just tweeting all the time being late? They fucked screwed us, blah, blah, blah. A couple of the players are getting I would honestly if I was on ROY ended. I call me personally. I won't I won't go my way, I want that to be called a proper way. Honestly that they didn't really discuss it how they should have. You know, if they would have just made a decision understood what just took place. I think nobody wanted that ownership of it. Yeah. Nobody wanted to get involved. You do as as Vader sports. Let's say this call goes the wrong way. He's on Twitter. He's going fucking crazy. Chris. He's going nuts. Listen for my perspective. You gotta let humans be humans. You know? Like, obviously, you may say, hey, just so you know, what you're getting yourself into this is the look, but we're not in like boxing people into this is our mandate. We're going to let our guys be our guys and always support them with offense. Look, the reality is I also think there's no empathy for these rafts is a fan who watches unlimited fucking football. When it was in real time. It did not feel as a grievous as it was in the replay. That's fine. Listen, I'm telling you. I'm telling you what I think you tell me what you think. So the game. I think in the macro we need to start thinking about if this is going to be an issue for everybody. We need to start thinking about how many reps need to be who like what kind of athletes should recipe. The ships fast. It's getting old that greasy. Bye general overhaul and the whole system when it's like old dudes who are you know, who are either kind of like tenure, Dan or don't have anything. No response. There's bad calls like I. S playoff runs happened because of bad calls. I mean like the seat Vinny forty was eight yards short of that ends up. Right. Like the fucking bullshit that we had a deal with the patriots jets game two or three years ago with AS Jay's touchdown. They somehow call the fucking touch back. Right call. There's there's shit. That's perfect. Your years. We that stunning defeat that the patriots took that Brady brought up again this week because it's the one that hurts in the most when they lost to the jets at home after they beat us forty five to three there's a stunning bad. Call in that game. The first field goal. We kicked was good. They called it. No good after David Harris pick of the atrocious past Tom Brady made when we stunned the patriots in their mouth in their house in Foxborough. And after we won I spit on that fucking stadium with my saliva for twenty fucking minutes. While I watched everybody leave that stadium. I want to Super Bowl since then I tried to find a child that night to that was that Pittsburgh now that was way or. I was in here. All right. We on the quest to buy the jets. We got a little like it's going to save us account that you make a month transfer into. I'm putting it all in. There's only one way I can pull off this thing. I got to put it all back in to the system keep churning it. And then I genuinely believe I can buy them in twenty to twenty five years. I really believe that might be get by this. Crazy. It's crazy. That is crazy. He said that because one offers conversations we taught about investing and stuff, and he told me straight up. I'm not the one you wanna talk with far as I'm 'cause I'm gonna put all my chips in the basket taught him my brother AJ, so for him to say for him to say he will put it all in with James. I believe I believe him for that was a big factor in beenish felt like for me. What's been so great? Even just like, it's unbelievable. How much more I know. And I was a super fan. It was my life. It's that's my family like jets is then business like and just now being on the inside, the the empathy. This is what I always love. This is back to like all of what we were kind of talk about like when you have empathy for the other party getting this close to the players side. I look I'm a loud mouth a force. When not only do I plan on buying the jets, I plan on winning Super Bowls. But more importantly, I plan on being a fundamentally important owner. And I think that what at that point. It will take is to have the league disproportionately player friendly because I think that's your. Asset in the same way that I run my companies I'm employee friendly because it's the asset. And so I'm excited about some of those nuances. Well, what are your thoughts on? Brody bandwagon going from agents GM over in the Mets baseball. I grew up a huge baseball guy. But then the Yankees wanted Ninety-six, Charlie. Hayes catches the ball on him out. And so I was jersey eighties kids. So it was a mix under that whole thing is like once they win you're out. Right. That's right. So I'm just jets Knicks now because the Rangers and Yanks when you jump off winning been. That's right. Anti winter life. Really fucking me. Wreck in the face. In my soul. All right. Happen. But what I come into contact. So bitter being here looking at all the happiness from all these patriot. Anyway, nonetheless, I think it's cool. And honestly like, obviously we saw it happened on the Lakers front like it's something in the air. And I do think about like is anybody at sports we're going to make that transition like, it's cool. It's and then it's even say, I mean, you could be a fucking GM, right? NFL network. It's interesting that you're starting to see different pats which ensures inspiring a lot of young men and women on weight. I might be able to take an untraditional path because there are so many people out there that dream about running an organization set cool actually making. Do you believe that it's like? Now the opportunity can be there. What do you think about your nervous or I mean, I'm always nervous about it? I think there definitely is weird conflict of interest shit going on. I always assume the worst and expect the worst. And I think that he he's he's made a couple moves put the one big movie needs to make staring them in the face. And he's not making it. And I think that means he's just a puppet for the owners once again like everyone before. Machado Machado or Harper. I mean, he made all the right moves to build the foundation. They need a big primetime player either in the outfield or in the infield. Both of them are available. He should be making the move and he's not. So that tells me that the owners are still pulling the strings, and he's just a puppet owners pull the strings in almost every situation. There's at all. That all the wilpon fucking involved with a weasels that get involved when they shouldn't be. That's just never going to change by the Mets. Do I definitely have no interest in that French for me. Homerun the Knicks backup plan. We'll go be exploded. We'll together on it. We'll do like you go ninety nine and I'll go one in little step up to one point. Oh one. Can you get there? I got go. This painter sports event. We're doing guys. Combing through thanks. Hope you enjoyed the weekend. Got it. Gotten syllabi by the life of the pets.

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Dr. Frank Spear on the Stories Dentists Tell Each Other (DHP266)

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Dr. Frank Spear on the Stories Dentists Tell Each Other (DHP266)

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Mir's use the Promo Code hacks pink for this incredible deal and check out the other offers from the last couple of weeks on the podcast cast as well. It's a pretty great offers to try this crystal. Hd Mir zirk because time is everything. This is the dental podcast. PODCAST created by dentists. I four dentists. Now sit back. Relax your about to be hacked dental hacks nation welcome to episode two eight hundred sixty six of the dental x podcast. My name is Alan meet. Hey there I'm Jay Phillips Chasing lipscomb. You know what I like about you. You just want to help people. You're just going to help people that's what it is. You don't need to make money. It's not about the money it's about helping people with you. That's what it is. Yeah where's that Timothy Timothy leary had the song I mean It's a Dennis leary. Okay okay that yeah. That was a that was a deep cut for the the early nineties. MTV towers with with a little short form cartoons they used just to play and then Dennis leary pop in and aggressively smoke cigarettes and he would just smoke so fast I love. I love that that'd be that'd be a rated eight at our movie right now. He's a spokesman for Ford trucks. So I did not know. Eventually you'll sell eventually. You'll sell out him just saying how they don't have explanations supports Ford trucks. Ford Ford tough like Jalen. I am looking forward to the twenty twenty twenty twenty Ford Bronco Come. I'm waiting to see what that's GonNa look like. I had thought that you and I should probably talk about with if our audience. Though I don't know that I don't I interested to know. What percentage of the listeners are practice owners? I would say probably at least fifty percent maybe more and I think a lot of them if they are they're spiring to be. I'm assuming we only talked to one percent of Dennis jets Res Restaurant Recipe if you're listening or you're not part of the one percent and turn it off turn it off. We don't want you. We're only only talking for the one percent kid kid no century so you own multiple practices. I'm only on one practice. Don't remind can you tell me how you do book keeping in Bill Paying not necessarily like accounting. I WanNa know like the day to day who puts the deposits in the check. Check Register. Who who pays the bills who make sure everything's balanced and gets over? Like how do you do. Do you have an account and do all of that or do you do some of that as your wife do some of that. What do you do that? Maybe we've done it a different differently than Brecca's whatever I do. I do poorly so so whatever just make it and do the opposite that we've done a little bit of everything here lately. I take all positon. It's in The office manager puts in puts an all positive. I kinda go back later on and run reports and check on the deposits deposit reconciliation legal soft Go back into the bank account. Make sure that the what's putting put into the bank account matches with the The reports run on Eagle Soft for bookkeeping. Actually Matt Count and pretty much do everything so I just sent him all my bank statements credit card statements every quarter Sometimes I don't do it right now. The only reason I'm really doing that is because as I am beholden to the bank for my bank and so they require they keep they keep up on everything crazing. Yeah so like profit and loss statements. I I have to provide that to them every every quarter. I mean otherwise. I probably wouldn't know much of what's going on I probably should but Yeah I kind of keep track of it like that. I I have to tell you so I like I said I've owned the same practice since nineteen ninety eight. It's relatively small practice and my dad. I inherited my account from my dad. He's always kept me in a in the straight and narrow but also my mom used to kind of do the bookstore sir. My Dad's office you do payroll and she would. Do you know she would pay the bills. And she would do the check registers and everything to countenance everywhere and so. I just sort of did that and I continue to do that. And I've changed over the years how I do it but like I used to put it in a big paper packet and drop it off or mail it now I just I I mean I e mail it essentially it's all in all PDF's and all that stuff so it's it's much more efficient now but what's so funny is month after this first month that I had it done in the first couple well days of the month like I'm super proud of myself. I suspect my accountant may have actually had a heart attack. When he saw stuff comes through like on the third day of November in actually? He's pretty great. If you're on top of it it's much easier. You rarely on top of it as multiple times. I think when we've been flying to to spear I'm like I'm Sitting in the sitting in the airport like several days late trying to finish my accounting reports. While I'm getting on a plane and I remember telling you about that so I I tend to do more of it than I should and the thing is like whatever amount of money. It would probably cost to have my count do that. It's probably not that much compared to the aggravation time that I spend on it so I'm torn. I do like to know what's going on. I know what's coming in and going out and all that stuff but it's also part of his clearly. It's not what I was trained and do. It's sort of a waste of time so I don't know I'm not. I'm not sure I kinda think sometimes too I filter stuff and I may kind of move stuff around. And before I present it to my account because I think the he may not have understanding of Of what I really WANNA do. And and you and some counts. I've taught my account about doing a cost segregation analysis. Because I've I've built out stuff in the past couple of years and he's not all that aware of of doing it cost segregation analysis. So he hasn't really done that or had a client. That needed that done. So we've had some talks with him in the past of for the listeners who don't know to cost segregation analysis and what does it cost segregation analysis. What what would that give you so basically if you build if you build a officer you build a building Some portions of that of that build out can be depreciated at faster rates than than others. So like I. I'm not really an expert on it but you know like the electrical system that you put it in the building and can be depreciated at at five years where Gus can be depreciated twenty years so basically over time it will all be depreciated At the end of it so so if you did it if you didn't know what that was and you just had a depreciated as an off yes or as a lump sum or something. Yeah you would get that at the end but for some people depending on what your needs are you may want to appreciate that. That might get tax benefits from doing it fast. So there's there's a lot of timing and and stuff And especially I sold a practice Last year And there's a lot of timing that you really need to get right and I've kind of gotten burned on that to That I probably should have thought a little bit of mine was more of an emotional motionless. Sal so it's it's there's a whole lot of different moving parts in there and in I think choosing an accountant or choosing a bookkeepers is is is really important and to I'm kinda going off on a tangent but a little bit of We talk about owning real estate You know refining different ways that you can if you own real estate or unreal. Save Your Privacy Your own real estate elsewhere. There's a lot of Miller stuff that you can do to depreciate stuff or write off stuff and so there's a lot of real estate wasn't dental would you use a our is the account that you're using is a is are they dental specific or not necessarily and and for real estate that separate for. Let's say you were doing rentals for duplexes or something like that. Would you use the same counter. Would you find someone who does real estate accounting separately separately. I'm just curious I mean I personally use it if my my real estate dealings aren't You know I have a couple of them but they're nothing. I don't don't have a big apartment complex or anything like that I think if I did then I would I'd hire somebody else or higher Some other type of person that kind of work in concert concert with with all those people together Right now minor just run through different. LLC's gotTa Run through into my personal tax acts account. So I mean I have. I have one One tenant and kind of just paying me and I just run that through into the LLC. So it's not that not not the complicated but if he got more complicated it would probably make sense to work with someone who does that specifically maybe and you want somebody knowledgeable and then you would be looking at something like a Cossack creation analysis or some more complex things to be able to to to get your benefits ahead of time so yeah. It can People don't realize you know when you start getting into dentistry if you have a small practice it's it's one animal that grows as it grows. Its another animal as it grows even further as you get older be able to have some money to invest in different stuff. You are another animal all of a sudden so the levels of complexity kind of kind of go up along with that too. Oh yeah and it's a it can be a pain in the butt sometimes trying to trying to figure it all out and we given Evan good ABS. PODCAST with Craig Cody. Who's WHO's an account? He's he was at the voice dentistry last year. And we we podcast with him and he was talking about how I mean. He basically just does accounting for dentists in actually is a podcast or two but He basically the thing that he tries to get his clients to do. You is calm and talked often. One of the things that dentist do is put that. That's the last call they want to deal with. They've got other stuff to deal with. And then Lo and behold they make a move that they might have made differently. They just consulted their accountant prior to doing it. I'm a little notorious for that too. I try and just do stuff through email or whatever in a lot of times. They don't make the calls when it probably should I and so it's I think it's important to have a real wide open relationship with your own and this I mean there's lots of stuff to be talked. Yeah no don't don't drop stuff on them like at the end of the year and trying to halo. Is this purchasing man do you. I have no idea yesterday. Guilty as charged man. It's not even kidding like that's another reason to do your do your accounting quick as you can because you're that many days further further out from last month I'm guilty as charged big time. But I don't have if you have thoughts if you if you think Jason and I do this pathetically you're right for one thing but but also I'd love to know if you have ideas or suggestions or how do you guys do it. I mean are any of you guys accounts yourself. Were you an accountant. First and then you you became a dentist just you could ruin your practice. That will that's pure sex right. That is I mean seriously. If you buy an accountant was sexy and then add the dentist just to what we're well so emails Info Dental hacks dot com. Tell us all about your accounting woes I mentioned this thing that we call voices of dentistry boys to do is the coolest dental meeting out there. It is January. Twenty Fourth Worth Twenty Fifth Scottsdale Arizona. Check out the voice of Dentistry Dot Com. Jason are both going to be their fourth year. Running this is going to be the biggest. And Bast. We have an amazing lineup which you can check out. We have a bunch of really cool exhibitors. They're going to be there. It's the space is really cool Jason. We're really we're really cool. Of course. Hello what would your life be like. If we didn't have voice administration tell me that my January it'd be so cold and would would not have a moment of would not have a moment of warmth and French. I've I've talked to some some exhibitors potential exhibitors lately in and what I found is is exhibitors for Minnesota in northern Michigan. Pretty excited about Scottsdale in January to say and there's a little easier herself and say you know San Diego but like that I do love God. Love Scottsdale every time I go there to my wife. I said we're moving moving I'm sure I'm sure spears is knocking. That might be an start there. You know. Obviously I've like I do enough ACLU's feelings feelings a day where I clearly you're the guy. Yeah I'm the guy so Some someone else that we've oftentimes run into in Scottsdale Arizona. A Guy I by the name of Frank Spear you ever heard of that guy who hung Jason and I had the chance to interview Dr Frank Spear At the spear summit some weeks back in it was a really good interview. This is the first time we actually sat down with them. which I won't lie? You was a little bit a little bit intimidating when you're sitting sitting down with the man that everyone has talked about this but he's a very approachable and easy to talk to guy. Would you think him down there. And you know it's a lot of times we can't have if we put celebrity on people and and kind of forget that they're they're real people when you sit down and talk to him. It's pretty cool. Yeah it's pretty arts fire. I completely agree. That's kind of how it felt to me too. So we sort of dug in a little bit more like Gal back in April we had him on talking about the the talk that he had given in to the the big lab group in February whereas basically he was sort of out of his element doing some statistical work and so we dug in a little a bit more on that and and and his take home was basically that things in dentistry are better than we're acting like. They are like a lot of a lot of the narrative that dentists tell each other not really backed up by facts which was really kind of refreshing. He and he actually told us he kind of felt obliged to let the world know that. It's not as bad ATAS. Its own so that was pre- pretty refreshing. Actually you mean there's fear mongering dentistry about like group practices and stuff you know. God sounds like people people would be like a transition specialist or something. FACEBOOK group said talk a lot. About how practices are Kinda hurting everything you know. That's that's weird. The Franks fear would say the opposite. Strangely specific a analogy Jason speaking generalities it just totally just totally off the top of my head. Nothing nothing okay. So you guys have to sit back and take a listen to this interview. We really had. I mean I really had a great time talking with but also what a what a great guy. And he's just he's good at stories off the top. Just love that stuff so sit back. Take a listen to our interview with Dr Frank Spear Dental X nation. You need to have a little heart to heart with your office manager. Whoever's running your front desk they have to do a lot of really repetitive in time consuming tasks? Because you're not really paperless. There's a ton of information that they need to get from the real world into your virtual world of practice management in software and maybe they need us a scanner. Maybe they need to type it in. Maybe they need to cut and paste. It's wasted time and you're paying that. What if you could hand patients an ipad the same when you use in the reception area for them to fill out forms medical histories and all that stuff take picture and have it go directly into your practice management software? Exactly where it's supposed to go you can use it for medical history. Use It for insurance card. Use It for I-IT's how about sticky notes. How about the notes that were left for you about a certain patient? Same thing take pictures goes directly into the practice management software. It's brilliant. Yep He lets you create a variety of trackable tasks or post visit calls and get notified if something isn't completed there's even a digital routing slip for each patient as well in a way to quickly see the forms that were signed today using any IPAD or pc with Yapi Yapi was designed by dentists. So this stuff just makes sense in the stuff that needs to get done gets done Yuppie. It's a funny name but it serious software dental hacks nation welcome back to another segment here at the spear summit. We're very honored. The Jason Ivory honored to speak with the guy that they named the place after. Dr Frank Spear Welcome to the show. Frank thanks guys so we just got out of a lecture like essentially the Spear Summit is a two and a half day program and it kicks off after lunch on Thursday and you had the honor to be Kinda you you kick it off. which is I think? That's where they put you in the pole position. Time zero pretty traditionally. Yeah Yeah Cool t-shirt gun. John was a nice last time. We talked on the PODCAST. You kind of talked a little bit about what you were talking about today. Felt like we SORTA got we got the pre-game yeah and it was sort of a good thing but it's really interesting talk and I think that it was a talk that people needed to hear. Here's what I walked away with every time someone says Oh. Dentistry is is a mask because of X.. Look at the data. That's essentially what you were saying. Yeah in It's actually kind of an uplifting message in dentistry that we don't necessarily get a a lot of right now very true a little fear mongering in there she motivated. There's an awful lot of that there. Is there a couple points that you made today that I remember you saying I'm trying to remember. One of one of them was the point that I liked. Was that if you ask people. DSO's have taken over dentistry and I mean DSO's DSO's like you said are a part of dentistry. But they're not sure not a huge part assery. So why do you think people are so concerned about that you know. I think it's human nature. I'm sure you find something that scares you And you really don't understand the impact of it and since other dentists are also just just as confused as you and your buddies you hang out together and you're like this this this big dragons gonna take over dentistry three rural. Not going to be able to do what we do anymore. And there's no question they're going to continue to grow but literally. I mean when I asked the typical person on the street St General Dentists on the street. So how big are they always say. Forty to fifty percent of dentistry literally the two thousand nineteen report. It hasn't been eight point seven percent or eight point eight percent. I mean it's it's not a big. It's not a big piece. There's a there's actually if you really look at it. There's as many dentists dentist going into group practices together. Ma Being Solo practitioners anymore. There's as many dentists grouping. Yeah by choice. That's a different thing thing though than Dso's yeah so when you. And I think sometimes people get confused about that kind of the idea of the frog and the boiling water at some point but frogging water heating and and at what point will they'd have a major impact on on dentistry. I see the thing that this is my own kind of personal bias and I am certainly not an expert on DSL by any means other than the fact that I've known dentists that have worked in different ones and and the different experiences they've had had and there are some people that have really good experiences working in some of them and there's some of them that Give dentist a lot of freedom to really kind of practiced just the way they might want to practice and then the the other extreme is the ones that are really just about economics and you know now I know I know for one for a fact that literally someone very close to me went to work for and on the first day they got trained and the training was from the office manager and the basics of the training was within forty five minutes of meeting a new patient. You we'll have a hand piece running and at lunch every day. We announce who the most productive Denison the team was. Yeah and they get a bonus. At the end of the day we announced with the most productive. Dentist was the end of the week we do at the end of the month. We do so and this person that I know so closely really made it literally two days and it was like. There's no can do this. So that's the extreme negative you here but there are there are situations that are actually I think website good so we. It's it's difficult when we talk about. So what's the impact of them. I think one of the impacts that I didn't have the time I'm to really go into it today. One of the impacts for sure is that if you are a student with two or three hundred thousand dollars of debt and you need to start making money it is a really attractive place to go word. Yeah as opposed to hang up a shingle or go you know and so if my statistics are correct in at least a couple years ago. The average time a young dentists stadium one was only two to three years which is what they always said when when I got dental and then they typically find their way to an associate ship or purchase a practice or so I I still see them as definitely growing. They're going to get bigger and bigger her. I think again. I don't have the current statistics I had them about. As of last February. That was two thousand seventeen like some of the bigger grew. DSO's have between four hundred nine hundred practices and well if you consider how many actual practices there are in the US. I mean four hundred. Nine hundred practices practices is pretty small number. Those practices each practice has a lot of dentists and not a Solo practiser but still in the grand scheme of things right now now. I think there's the anxiety in dentists about them. But I like I showed those numbers if you look state by state eaten and what dentists are making in each state there was no correlation to the Denison whether there is a Dso a twenty twenty percent of your state with zero percent of your state with the DEA. So it didn't affect your your income level per state at all which I found when I was you know when I put that together over the past few weeks I was trying to figure out I know would all I know what all everybody talks about in Dennis jumped about the competition. They talk about loss loss of Solo. Practitioners they talk about dios talking about insurance and I thought well how do you. How do you actually determine what's real and then when I finally came the could actually find all the data about gay? Here's every state. And here's kind of what What the denser making on average in that state well okay now we can get all the data about okay? What percentage does? What's what's your insurance risk reimbursement and your estate? And how does that affect income and the truth. Truth was as you saw most of those. Things don't correlate overall with what is happening in terms of denison comes in those states. I think only one that that possibly has a pretty significant contribution is reimbursement. Yeah that was we ought dig into that but it is interesting. How how the narrative that we kind of tell each other? Yeah it's a big deal like and the other thing is is like you talk with some friends on social media and you hear one story and then menu with another group of other people in. I just heard the stories. The narrative starts to roll because we sort of roll with it is a bit of a fatalistic narrative and it it is and the boogeyman story that you just told about someone being given told by the office everyone knows that story which means that it's happening. It's real. There's there's some stuff but it's not fair to necessarily paint an entire model with that rush however in our monkey brain we get a little you know like that's a great story Great Hook and it's easy to tell people want to hear the fatalistic stuff. It's very true. And what was so good about what you presented particularly because you got a lot a lot of graphical information like man this is not what the story appears communicated data. I appreciated the fact that you talked a bit about insurance reimbursement as that actually might have something to do with with it. I'm curious to tell a little a bit about that. I did not realize I. It took me several days of digging taxi. Find that I could get State by state what private save it insurers and so the way the way the ADA does that data is as I said that health policy research group. Yeah they they basically go to a state you know whatever state Arizona and they say okay. Let's take the ten most common things. Is that a general dentist bills in the State of Arizona so on an annual basis. What ten procedures? Okay now let's go and let's look at every a single private insurance company in Arizona. Does not want her to. It's all of them. Okay and then let's look at what percent of okay. So here's the fees that are charged on average in the state of Arizona. What percent of that fee will this insurance pay for? Wouldn't another way of looking at it is so what's leftover as a copay right and then when you start looking at the data and you realize that you know there are states weights were ninety four percent of the ten most common procedures. It's covered. Yeah Yeah and then you gotta state like New York. We're barely fifty percent of the the same procedures are covered. And you Kinda find yourself going. I don't know what's responsible for that. Why is that a regional phenomenon right? It's like why the state of Washington Winton in my state. Our insurance reimbursement rates have dropped over. Time yeah literally more than any other state in the country. Yeah it head of the fees play into that no New York fees are typically much higher seven. So that's part of what I don't know is it. Is it the reason in other words if we did dollar for. Dollar is the fifty percent New York mark. People are getting paid actually pretty equivalent to the ninety percent the Wyoming Blur as it because the New York fees are so fine or I don't know what I do know at least in my own state. Is there no question. Insurance reimbursements are hurting incomes. There's no quest my own daughter who's a general practitioner. I know what she writes off a year And I know you know because of the company. She participates worth. Yeah she'd locked into that and they keep squeezing in the other the other thing that's classic about that. This is something that that got my skin. And I'm old enough that I benefit from the fact that but a lot of companies grandfather like if they had a more like a premier kind of product. Someone old enough to have been able to start with like I got in but but anyone that have graduating after X. Year. They weren't allowed to use that. So all the sudden like I which is clear. They're phasing that product. Because there's just not going to be that many people that can take it and I remember Washington. Everyone remembers the day that that that that report came out of the letter the letter from the CEO of Delta throwing up and everyone but Washington disorder known for that and the reality is is like out of all the data that you found that was maybe the most significant that would actually affect people's. You know it's funny. You should say about the premier because one of my best is friends. We were sitting next to each other dinner last night. And he's my age and so he's getting into the idea where maybe he's thinking he's going to consider selling his practice and um so he's had somebody come out and do all their praises and everything and the one factor that really hurts him as he is Delta Premier and whoever buys it is not going going to be allowed to continue taking exactly right and so you go. Wow it's not just are they squeezing the value of your practice because now the value of your practice that's being affected but it is. What's what's the breaking point with that you're GONNA get people leaving that area or I don't think people leave the area? The people will eventually go non-par they won't be able to participate soon enough. What what is interesting? And I didn't I just didn't have time. But we talked about utilization of of dentistry by patients and they also have that broken down by state And so what's really about a state like Washington is Washington actually has one of the highest utilization of Dentistry by population of any state in the country and yet our income has been going down like crazy even though the folks that live there are going to the dentist interesting. But it's because the compensation the reimbursements going to L. Wile so it's one thing if you saw a state where people people were not going to the dentist in the income was going down but the insurance stayed the same stayed the same areas as you go well. The reason that people are making less money is that that people aren't going anymore but our state people are going are the consumer costs going down for them as well as part of the drive to consumer ever go down. Our states cost of living has gone way. Uh skyrock yeah so but on top of that like that as the the monkey brain dentist. WHO's looking for a narrative it's just too irresistible to talk about? That's the canary in the coalmine. We're all going to be like Washington soon enough so we're going down and I don't know I would take my opinion what it would take is a whole whole bunch of dentists deciding. They're not gonNA participate anymore and the only obvious risk in that is everybody's afraid if you do that you're going to lose patient right and suddenly unle you're going to be sitting in your office. Nothing to do. Yeah I mean I get that anxiety I get that yeah so I don't what I really don't understand is is how you can have a Washington. That's having this massive reduction reimbursement and then I think and I. There's five states. I think it's North Dakota South Dakota Minnesota those were three their reimbursements going up. Yeah Yeah you go. How can insurance company there be raising what they're paying dentists one these other states thereof paying less? Yeah it doesn't logically translate to me a Yeah it's it's interesting that what what you can mean what you derived but what you could derive from data and you gotta remember these insurance companies. Have all the data. They've got yeah they they know a lot more than we're on that stuff so it is interesting you know. I think medicine set the model years ago when when medical insurance started squeezing and you know physicians basically solo physicians almost disappeared and went into groups and then from groups she. I went into my internist. I've had I've been with twenty some years. When I first met him? He was with a small group of four and then they got together into a group of like twelve Bove and then that group became like fifteen and then that group ended up in a major clinic employed by the clinic. And it's like so in Madison. Listen you've seen it happen. I do think getting together in groups for dentists is actually not a bad thing at all. As as I mentioned I've never practiced Solo. I've always practice actus with a minimum of one other person often too. I think the most I was actually at one point maybe three people but I always enjoy the fact that was I was number one. It was sharing a lot of things like sharing some facility shots sharing managing emergencies sharing overhead stuff and just the camaraderie of yeah so for me. I never thought of it as a negative that I wasn't quota Solo Practitioner. Today when you look at the statistics you do hear people again again. It's that Narrative Solo practitioners are disappearing. Yeah well they are but they're not all going to. It doesn't necessarily mean about the I have say we we've podcast it. Allow Lot with Jason Smith and over the years and in we podcast with him talking about the practice that he's in in that model and it's literally the I don't know how any dentist wouldn't WanNa do that because it's not necessarily multispecialty although you could but it's also sort of like there's a multi specialization naturally specialist. But like for instance a restorative dentists. Who really likes doing direct or whatever and so there's a group of guys that kind of have things they like to do any refer to each other and literates the best of everything because you get to like do this? Have you WANNA do because you're working with someone else you know. He hates endo refers isn't but he refers it in practice. Yeah I mean that's not a that's a group practice so it's like it's like heaven when when I get to do what you WanNa do and let the other people who love the other stuff do it. Yeah yeah so the narratives are sometimes we might hurt ourselves with the narrative would come back to the narratives of DSO's student debt insurance. Those three things. I think they're so scary Gary and so like the Big Bad Wolf that dentist you know. It's just kind of our human nature. The student loan debt is hard for me to get my brain around. I still freaked picked up by that. Why so how do you? How do you look at that as a narrative? It's not helping US Bernie Sanders on. Jerome's podcasts the other day and they're listening even mentioned dental sign there specifically the middle school and I mean obviously associated with that but he mentioned that dental school was insanely expensive savvy having an inability to give give medical school away. They're gonNA charge no tuition to to medical something like you said when you graduated you thousand dollars. My total cost of all of that included buying articulates and pieces instruments. Books every books at this point. No I saw the second checking your Dental Students University of Washington. I tell you. And he's a state rather than his. Yeah so do you think you could turn into if you were that age today day could you turn into francs but frank spear is the request with that you know of debt or would that be you know I think if you really asked me. So what was the most important thing in me kind of getting from walking out of dental school to here and certainly Grad school was a big part of it but even walking out of Grad School. You know if I'd had the debt Mike Commitment at that moment in time was I was committed. I was going to just do the best dentistry. Austria could do and I was going to make it work financially so I mean I literally told myself consciously in one thousand nine hundred eighty two I said and I wanna be the guy who around my community is known for doing aesthetics and the nobody knows me so oh the one tool ahead in my tool belt that I could use was I could make spectacular temporaries so whenever I had a chance to do an tear an answer case I literally made spectacular temper. I don't care if I lost money or not. Yeah I mean back then. My crown was four hundred bucks not included lab fee and everything else. Yeah so I would make these spectacular temporaries but what I knew. Is that person most of the time if it was anti teeth back then it was a female that person would then go be having lunch dinner with their friends and inevitably you know what they're gonNA do. Ask What do you think of my teeth and literally the the patient would turn to her friends and say wow these are just the temper is Dr Spears dances. And it's actually how I met Vince coach. I was trading reading four interiors on a patient. Eighty late eighty two early eighty three. I had done the preps impressions temps her son and was being treated. ORTHODONTIC vince coke. She took her son to events and at the end of the thing when Vince was talking to her about her son she ended advertently says Doctor Coach what do you think about my front teeth. and He's other beautiful she says well. Yeah Dr Spear the young dentist. He's doing my front teeth. These these are the temporaries and -fensive what he called me calls. You really called me so we can get together. That's all he said. I need to meet you. Yeah so I think if somebody but he has the commitment to put in the effort and you do have to manage the other aspects of your life financial. Yeah you can't go out out and I mean I made it worked for me. I was divorced my last year of Grad School. Okay so I had alimony to pay. Yeah Yeah and so. I didn't have a practice of my own like building. Yeah four four years. Yeah I mean I just rented space and I was committed to doing even the best I could and I was also starting to teach mattress and study clubs but I want to spend any money on anything. Yeah I just was. Yeah marketing such such a whole different game now than it was then ten really word of mouth is probably where it was at then totally. Yeah yeah which is a lot of sweat. It's not a lot of money money but it's a lot of sweat. Just don't talk to each other anymore. Well exactly gym the other day and there were sixty people in there. Not Not a peep. Nobody was saying a word. I wasn't sure if they were talking. I had my headphones on. That's the problem. You know that the the piece I talked about about you know are we do a lot of surveying surveying of patients and dentists. I mean literally thousands and thousands of people over the years and the latest survey. We did on five hundred patients. Where we we asked them? How did you find your dentist? And thirty nine percent of them said I was referred by somebody else but then when you ask them we'll have you referred anybody to the dentist and four hundred of them two hundred nine or something hadn't refer 'em referred antibody and then there's no like two hundred and one had referred like one I. Yeah and you start going so in my era of the eighties in particular patient referrals was huge. I mean and patients telling their friends about the dentist was massive and I still think he can be today. Yeah but you're also inundated mandated with all of the other media and marketing. Yeah so and obviously a lot of the patients today you know. Get the name of somebody in their media on the Internet going. Okay look at their website. Yeah no that's very true. Complex yet is a much more complex issue than when I started out. Take home messages. Make really good temporaries. Jeez I that's it even when you sat down and you know a little bit surprised to hear Frank Spirit talk about guru reviews and when you sit down and he said that was not my typical talk. Yeah do you find it your your duty as one of the singular people that out there that has the reputation of being such a great teacher that it's your duty to give give out this information to kind of keep this chicken little type fears down to you've really set the record straight. You know what I actually do feel that way. I'll I'll tell you why I feel that way. In terms of kind of having a bit of a responsibility to take a topic like that is so out of my wheelhouse I mean my gut compared to what I usually doing that but what I know. I'm really good at is. I'm really good at taking data data and making sense out of it. So you can either correlate that it does have an impact or it doesn't and then being able to communicate that it and I do fear right now that there's so much fear and anxiety among dentists that they need to know do a lot of the facts about all of those other things means just like if you only look at that one graph that I think would have scared me the most had I not filled in the rest avenues was that graph that looked at K.. From Eighty one to ninety one dentist incomes went up twenty percent and General Practitioner from ninety one O one one. They went up twenty five percent from a one to seventeen. They went down ten percent. WHOA scary but in reality then then when you start digging deeper and looking state by state there's dentists that are killing it talk about like two thousand and five being the peak year for income for dentist my word? There's people today if you just look at the average state averages of places like Delaware and Alaska and they're killing those numbers that we used to look up to in two thousand five and say well. This is the best dentist the reserve best. That's the Delaware thing is funny because we have a friend who lives in Delaware who basically one of things. It's pretty tough to get a license in Delaware Valley. There's a lot of hoops to jump through to get through in Delaware because like all the guys know they have a great. But then the Tako Messages Alaska. Alu- I didn't I would have never ever. Yeah so that's that's really not to mention doc. Alaska Delaware I think has forty five dentists per hundred thousand people that national average right now is like sixty dentist for one hundred thousand people right. Alaska has eighty almost eighty-one dentist for hundred thousand and their their third in average income in the country. When you think about that too Alaska's population so just tiny anyhow? It's another thing maybe to take home as that all data's not the same. I mean looking at a national average is essentially worthless on a local level. Doesn't mean it doesn't yeah it would be the same thing as if we would've actually which which would I know exists but didn't big for it. It would be like well. What's cost of a crown state by stay on average and the numbers would be? So Yeah Yeah for sure so radically for sure. Yeah yeah with all that data. What's what some piece of data that? You're dying to get that you the question that you can get your hands on. You know what I'd love to be able to see and I don't know if the it has it would love to be able to see actually the range of income per state and then even if you could break it down within the different counties in the state and then if you could do the same for overhead Yeah so okay. So here's here's what people are making on average. But here's the range. And here's how that falls into the different counties within each state and and what's the actual expenses to run a practice in those different occasions because that obviously gets old into all of this really can't tell from the numbers if I look at it. State of Washington the differences in fees and expenses just from going from the Seattle title area to the East side of the state radically different. I mean radically a million dollar practice in Arkansas is very different practice than a million dollar practice in Washington. Yeah I've had this conversation so many times with my best friend and and and he always felt like no. That's not really I'm like the cost of living is so wildly different hang employees exactly. Yeah exactly it's like you can't compare. Yeah it's it isn't comparable and that's that's something that's good to know too in other words like dentists loved to compare star but if you're gonNA compare compared to someone kinda down the road instead of across the country a few years ago in a presentation that was kind of a little bit flavored along these lines but because Dennis asked about fees all the time yeah you know I'm speaking about something. Clinical and I will inevitably get people saying to me. So what do I charge for that. Yeah and and obviously I can't answer that. Yeah Yeah because of what. We're just talking exactly so what I did for one presentation probably three or four years ago. Is I actually actually. Instead of doing anything related to dentistry. I found a research paper that the title was. How much will three eight hundred thousand dollars by you in terms of housing in every state in America And then they went through and they took this. Is the average cost of a house per square foot in this state. So if you've got three hundred thousand dollars okay and suddenly when you look at all fifty states there's fifteen states that were ninety dollars a foot or less Well you know three hundred thousand dollars if you're a one hundred dollars the footage of three thousand square foot house you're eighty dollars a foot. Yeah but then when you start looking at it as it rises my state Washington was like number Knbr ten and we were like one hundred ninety two dollars a night under a fifteen hundred square foot. Yeah and then you go to California was like two hundred and twenty any some dollars shirt and then you go to. Hawaii was four hundred eighty dollars a foot. Yeah and suddenly you go all three hundred thousand dollars at four hundred and eighty eighty dollars a foot on six hundred feet. Yeah I mean and so you realize okay. If you're practicing in those places what you can charge in in those places where you can buy a four thousand foot house for three hundred grand is a whole lot different than what you going to be charging you're like I have of a friend in Manhattan. He's in a great location. It's a great office. His office is a thousand square feet. his rent is eighteen thousand dollars. Yeah Yeah I mean how do you calculate that when you can go rent someplace else for fifteen hundred bucks. So that's the issue of fees and stuff stuff it's like even the Wyoming. Even the Wyoming has the lowest average fees in the country relatively th annual income. I think if you probably factored in for for a lot of Wyoming Not Jackson hole for a lot of Wyoming in terms of what you could buy and what it costs a pay your team and you'd probably be shocked at how far that income goes. Yeah Yeah it's like two HDTV index if you've ever watched any of those shows on HDTV where they're they're looking at houses or whatever it really depends. I mean and they tend into being San Francisco or Seattle. Whatever and the people in Michigan looking at this go? Oh my God what the hell you know. So but then occasionally they'll have they'll have the show in saginaw or outside and you're like yeah that's and it's just it's so widely different and the reality is a dentist has to realize that's not just in housing. I mean that's like everything freezing. So so the the realities. What's interesting though is if you send your send your dental work to a national lab? I don't think they charging that definitely exists. There are some things things that are not buying a car. Yeah yeah more or less. I mean I think the car for less just because you live here versus here. I don't I don't think so either. There's not the people drive into Michigan from Washington for sure lab work. Yeah you're using the same lab so it's some things are so dependent in in some are completely not I just interesting concept but I really liked the fact that you were putting the date out there I mean you were discussing the narratives too but like the data that can actually just the overall tenor of your presentation and things are better than things are way better than we liked it. We liked better. And that's a that's a good thing. And honestly the demographic shift I mentioned you know I literally I am that era of that. Massive of fifty thousand dentists graduated graduated between like seventy five eighty five and and we my generation is going to be retiring but we got this massive influx of young young folks coming in and I actually think that's good for dentistry. I don't see that is in a negative. It's competition competitions. Going to be there no matter what you just have to. Except there's going to be competition and you have to figure out how you position yourself and and how you run your business so you navigate the world of competition and you can still thriving avenue but it is going to be an interesting demographic over the next ten years. I think. That's you're going to see. The biggest has what happened is as soon as my my boom Tom Generation when we finally got out that's when they cut all the dental schools shut down and so suddenly the group right behind in me is a much smaller volume of dentists in that age group. Yeah so you're GONNA see the six thousand Dennis coming out a year right now. Plus I think into predicting another thousand something coming from from Foreign Countries Sharia. So that's a that's a lot of young bodies coming in yet is into my guess. Guess is they are going to end up. Probably a lot of those folks starting out India's. Yeah and I know. A lot of those schools are cutting programs. The prosthetics programs are getting catalogue. Fifty fifty percent actually fifty percent across programs have been coming all the land. All the lab stuff is you can't be learned become alantic anymore for what's funny though about process just filling in so there's fifty percent fewer programs right now than there was in nineteen ninety-one but there's the exact same name number of frost graduates coming out. Wow so what they did. is they. Cut The programs and then the programs that remained increase their their pastis. Yeah yeah interesting. Do you think those students that are coming out. Today are as well trained as your generation was I can tell you. At the University of Washington program there right Nelson Stellar. It's really stellar. We are directors phenomenal. And so I think those those young folks are really getting a great training. They are yeah. I don't know about other schools across the country. But so you were talking about your temporaries. I do love that because I like that. It's like this is charged for that. What's the story is too? I almost guarantee you made him indirectly typically right like you would you take you take an impression of the preparations in back in eighty two eighty three. When I used to do is I used to make shells Outta methodic relate and then that would rely on the? I made the shells in a lab. Okay so take a model diagnostic wax up sure making algebra impression of the diagnostic wax up and actually fill that Algebra in an impression of the wax up with methacrylate. Put it in a pressure pot then hollow each tooth out with them. Yeah so you could fit so you had this really really nice dense pretty methacrylate shell that you just realize and you're using it you're using material that remind nicely junk is like a lot so I guess what I'm going with. That is the fact that so little lab stuff is taught in undergrad dentistry. Right now means that. There's people listening this. I have no idea what you're talking about Iraq temporary. Why would anyone do that? We I will say at the University Minnesota we learned. We learned plenty of that and it just as interesting all the stuff they have to get in in that four year period is is like it has to be somewhat diluted so the people who are learning this have to go out of their way to learn it. I mean they. It's something they have to seek out because it's probably not going to be taught school in the same way even in i. I started dental school. seventy-five and Ardine on the first day of school assembled our freshman class and the first hour of our first day. He stood up in front of our class and he said I want you to know. You're starting your first day of your dental education tation and for years from now you're going to graduate and our goal for you is to graduate you as a safe beginner we need. We know that then your education will start her as we don't have the time in four years. Do what you need. You know. If he was saying that nineteen seventy five. He he was ahead of his time. A lot of people want to admit that about school. But that's real. I mean that's the story is like I think even more so today's has dental school. Today's just I I mean I know what my son's doing and he's got so much stuff he has jake. Yeah absolutely and you know so. It's not right now is in the second year and it's he can't really focus on clinical sorts of things because he's inundated with all this other second year. Oh my God. Yeah one of the darkest periods in my life and all series second year is the words. Do you help him out or you kind of I don't know you have to figure it out yourself. No you know my wife is a dentist also. She's retired but she practiced twenty eight years. And and and so Naro Middle Daughter's dentist and our oldest daughter is married to an end on us and my brother-in-law's a dentist my nephew's a dentist. He hopes his Bahir my nephew anyway so when the families together there's like seven then just yeah a lot of fun. Thanks so our our son he likes to do stuff enough monster and do it on his own. Yeah which I get it. You don't want to right so he even likes kind of pretty much staying anonymous in his class. He doesn't really want his class to know a lot about you know. Follow this up and so he actually did this summer. He said you know. I think I wanNA come to Scottsdale and take a class and I would never prompted it. Nothing and so. I said that'd be great. You know why didn't you pick a friend and in the two of you come and probably come to the treatment planning seminar seminar. Because that's going to get you a real overview of a lot of stuff. Yeah and so. He came to the treatment funding seminar about three weeks four weeks ago and it was fascinating mating. Because he's he knows enough now to be able to start to really kind of get Oh Wow I didn't realize from what I'm doing now. Yeah Yeah. So it is September beginning of Washington's goes on for years. Okay so he's he's a little further just but still solidly second year. Okay he he has done things like when he was learning to do acts up he brought his wife except to the house and I got out of Bunsen per waxing taxing instruments and I showed him how would hold the instruments. Now do that. And so he does ask for some assistance with some of that stuff but he he's very independent and it's weird. How Dentistry in particular has a lot of those familial things to raise my dental class? At least half of us had parents or uncles or I mean he's it's a lot sounds like it seems like a weird. We've talked about that on the show. I don't I don't have anything about it. Except some people must like the profession to brass and yeah I main art. Our daughter has a six year old son. She wants him to be a dentist right now in her mind. He's going to be a dentist. He grows up salt. Amazing Alan Raven talking when we went to the inclusion workshop. Not Too long ago in dental school you know we had no frame of reference for any any of this stuff exactly how to teach teach it sometime. There is never going to be a great time to and now that you've seen hundreds of people like Oh that's what it means something. That's Red Act of God. No I would argue that. I've said this multiple times. The inclusion workshop might be the Best I've ever taken because it was the stuff that actually had learned and was was kind of rolling around back back there but but actually I had enough clinical chops to understand where was comfort made a ton of sense. It was relatively straightforward. But this is not that different from what is being taught in Dallas. All right all right. That's why we entitled Greg's last episode Dental School for Dentists because a century. That's kind of what it is it's like you're learning the basic concept as you did learn but you never had a chance to really apply funny. You say that because you know when I my wife and I have a lot of non dental friends that we hang out with and and there are always always like okay so now what exactly do you teach you teach like cutting edge technology and I go. Yeah but that's not. Actually the bulk of the bulk of what we teach is a lot of stuff that they just kind a couldn't get in because they didn't have the time and there's a lot of treatment planning and stuff you just. Dental school can't teach comprehensive treatment. Planning really they teach you how to look at a tooth and decide if the tooth needs help and you know out of Jinja perreault and Endo you can't yeah. There's no good parallel in medicine for that really either. It doesn't seem like it because the way that the way that specialty training is there you so sub specialized that I mean someone gets to a Gi guy because they were referred to a Gi guy so they have this really specialized training but the reality is. It's like restorative dentist. Can I have to have to know everything. You have to look at stuff from a big picture. Even if you're not executing the treatment in dermatologists kinda dabbles in colonoscopy excuse trust accommodate and and the reality is is like the parallel isn't great for medicine and there are family eric this documents but it is. It's in it's and it's something that you know in a way I think don't school needs to be another two three years in. Nearly that's going to happen. How freaking out about the debt for four years so it is it's an interesting thing in residencies Jenner prisons? He's can only do so much to I. I mean so much of it requires some clinical experience. Exactly in. That's something that I think. Lay people don't want to know that they don't want to hear that they don't want to be one of them. Don't want to the dentist is a safe beginner. That's probably not not great marketing. That's exactly so you again kicked off. Today's I think you're are you speaking again at the summit are you tomorrow and Saturday. Okay so yes I was gonna say but he's DJ party but so my understanding is like I took last December. I took with Treating the worn dentition course teaching on you guys teach a lot of these these seminars in my understanding is that's changing for you coming up. Is that correct for me on a a couple of unto seminars exchange okay. Yeah so back in the nineties I used to call it. State of the art aesthetics was really treatment planning primarily aesthetics but it was interdisciplinary your disciplinary aesthetic so had a lot of Perria in a lot of crown lengthening lot Ortho but I taught all of it because I had the relationship with Vince Co Kitchen Dave Matthews and all the cases we've done together and I was comfortable because they we all lectured together so I knew their content well and we've worked together for so long and then that course evolved into sort of what we called interdisciplinary aesthetics. We got greg involved with it kinser and `and we brought in a lot. More implants to it. But in reality it was still greg teaching voting interdisciplinary -ture and you know. In the past year. We've added Mike Gunson world surgeon and we were added Rebecca Barco orthodontist and Jim Janikowski. You know who parried honest. The takeover Davis practice and so we're or exploding the old quote interdisciplinary aesthetics seminar. It's and it's now going to be true interdisciplinary seminar With like gun censure like literally the literally was actually soulsby. Mike back Jim Chen Kef skin. Greg so you'll have oral surgery you'll have Ortho you'll have Perry on you'll have cross all four teaching teaching the seminar and one of my as I get older and I don't have an interest in retiring so that's not on the table. Okay Okay you heard it here folks slowing down a little bit. Wouldn't be bad thrown around. have an instrument retire. I still really liked but I do but what I recognize. This is the course that will be created by those four is a course that will be at a whole different level of refinement than Greg and I talk about oral surgery or own peril even though I did a payroll process program. You know. It's not the same as having somebody that's practicing. Perry would incredibly high I level absolutely and so so the aesthetics course it is going to be those four and then what's happening with tooth wear is so much is changing in terms of our awareness of ideology Airway issues a much better understanding of different types of erosion lesion and how they end up manifesting but they look like and because Greg and Jeff Rouse had you know they practice together for two years. Jeff came to Seattle developed the protocol and and the two of them are really on top of all of that and at this stage. I'm not interested in retirement that that doesn't mean I really WanNa learn a whole bunch of Sir. Sure no I get it. Also you know to really be effective effective. You need to have have experienced a clinical treating patients with some of those things and I don't particularly have an interest in that ear. Sure so the warned in Titian in the ascetic seminar. I'M GONNA be walking out of okay and I'll be focusing heavily on the Tree Planting Case Acceptance Seminar Inclusion Seminar. Dr We're actually adding more of those seminar so I'm actually not going to be here that much less I'll say okay. It's just that the demand in particular for treatment planning inclusion has been high so I'm actually kind of excited to be able to just have those two areas to really look at I we just did Ricardo Ricardo and I just did and Ricardo and Greg and I do the treatment planning time in our ups and then Greg and I and Jim McKee inclusions And we did just do a treatment planning seminar a couple of weeks ago and I already got some jazzed up about the fact that I have time to focus on it. Sure is I actually redid some the first morning and it really was a big improvement actually over what it was done so so I see ya I tell people when I get asked all the time cycle. You'RE GONNA retire in five years I'm going to. I'm going to reassess in five years made I'm GONNA retire. Climb here's what I'm going to reassess five. Yeah you know. I'm still having as much fun and I'm still confident doing it. Then I probably won't retire but sure but at least this way I one of the few look historically at some some of the really great continuing education centers in Dentistry from the past. Some of the things that ended up really hurting them was not being progressive. It's the kiss of death. Yeah in nineteen eighty and then if things have moved on but you're still teaching it sure and there's a whole bunch of other stuff that maybe would say that you don't WanNa be teaching that twenty five or thirty two years later Malcolm slides just exactly. Yeah come back. It's exciting exciting. These glow I just WanNa make sure super progressive sure in terms of US staying on top. You know what that does okay. So literally were were steps away from fifteen hundred superfan the whole spear concept in. What you've just told me is the same courses? They've taken over the years they probably should take again. Because frankly they're our new and improved their Definitely I mean like leary just said you just change some of what you've been giving for a long time and you're excited about you've got all the airway stuff but added to so many of these things so the reality is you guys are progressive and frankly if you took all the courses five ten years ago you probably need to get him again. I'm not even. Yeah so that's kind of exciting. That's kind of cool. It's exciting for me because you know at some as you said. My name is on the building. I'd like to leave a legacy that goes on beyond on and the only way that happens is you gotta stay current and meaningful and you've got to be a resource for people who want help knitting better better and I really think that we do that very well. Now but the the more we continue to integrate and change and alter our curriculum philemon bringing Jim mckeown Tad to add to the temp Roman jewelers joint stuff in our eyes and CBC teas and when you really start learning after you see it a few times ago wow. I had no idea how much I was missing by. Not really understanding this and having some of these people image and I can think back on cases. Oh a guaranteed that that. Sure if I'd had done that I would have found this out. Yeah if you practice long enough and you you you study hard enough. You've got to run into do a lot of that. Yeah the Airways the classic thing on that too. You're like yeah. Maybe they weren't just grinding. And so that's why you know right now Greg and Jeff and I that are in the warned condition seminar but the the two of them actually are already doing about two-thirds of And so it's like you know what you guys just you got all this current clinical stuff. If you've been doing it got the new knowledge base on the airway stuff erosion stuff like you guys. I don't want to be the log holding that's awesome. It's it's actually. It's a pretty healthy way to look at it. I mean how it's a I mean hold on loosely. Right is your data gathering going on concurrently to or is that something. You're going to do periodically a you're you know. I like literature dental literature and like even the stuff I did today. The literature on Practices and what makes them tick one of the really exciting things for me. Because I'm a I I do like data and I liked too. Is You know our practice. Practice Solutions Platform has now. A lot of practice is on And so that's like a gold mine of Data and you can learn about half off and so I actually wanted to dig in more into some of that data and really look at. So what is it. That's making some of these ca some of the growth both staggering. I mean I even find hard to believe how much some people have grown and you go. Okay I got to figure that part out. uh-huh what what exactly happened to translate into. We had a meeting yesterday morning with that group and we have treatment. The plan presented to a new patient was like thirty three or thirty seven hundred dollars. I looked at that one. I see that number. Yeah and then they don't call it accepted until it's completed. Yeah but the average amount of pointed out of that was like sixty seven percent. Well that's really cool you go. Oh big number they are yeah. Those are big numbers. Yeah and that was the average and so I WANNA get my head around some of that stuff because what are the what changes are they making using the the the practice solutions like where were they at. What did they do differently because frankly put that in a bottle? That's literally so when you talk about data gathering I periodically what I do around around topics because I do love it. When like some organizational invite me to come present on something and they might invite me to present on something? That's out of my. I box today. All right that's why that lab group did that. That was way out of my box which creates a little anxiety for me which is good. Because then it motivates me to try and yeah that's cool so upcoming in this next year. I've got three kind of a little bit out of the box. Topics for me they're kind of clinically. Taylor ended but kind of also practice management or in and so they forced me to then start saying okay. I better start digging and I like the process. I can sit down with my computer and pubmed and I can get loss for like three hours digging stuff. So that's that's what I actually want to do. He was some of the practice solutions. Things haven't dug into any of that data. Yesterday was the first time I actually saw those numbers and I knew our clients were doing making really good progress but those numbers were like. Yeah beyond what I was totally expecting to see. Yeah are they gonNA see Spear show up on their front door did you you do what did you do. How did you do that? That's really how you also have to go. So where were they. And I don't know I don't know any of the data yeah. I just know that I was floored by the actual numbers. I saw. Yeah well hey we hope you'll come on after you've done some of that we'll talk more about. It was fascinating snake. Happy to have you guys here for having such a privilege as a chance to visit. Yeah definitely awesome. So you're here till to Julianne we're here to the end. Literally lineup is amazing to me that it looks like we have Dr McKee coming coming up next so yeah so I think you're gonNA have to give us some ideas of what ask them. Yeah awesome very good. Thanks a ton frank we appreciate. Thanks guys they give. Hey Dan Max nation. It's bad back. We're back with the we're back with the old frank the Allen and Jalen Shell. Yeah it's going to take it on the road. He was begging us to do that. And we just said look. We're awfully busy frank. Sorry but I mean it's a kind of a good idea but just we're too busy. Sorry air desperation around him so funny to you because you've got an every spare she's talking to Bart about this. Every spear event has got to be like perilous for him. Because you know everyone would like to have a little face time with them and like there's always hundreds and hundreds maybe thousands of people at these events. See you gotTa know. He feels that he's got a target on his back whenever he's not like up on stage if if he's down with the people you know he's GonNa get. It must be like Michael Jordan showing up in a room or something like that. We have been talking to a body double never have known I. I don't think we were but you know. Look I'm not that observant ask a lot of people. An animatronic thing for Disney Disney at Disney at spirit teamed up like First Aid Abraham Lincoln. And then Frank Sprayer your and they need it what they want. They want to be able to have multiple Franks beers in different places at the the same time you see yes I understand can all Franks fears can never be in the same room same time. Defraying speared d'appel Ganger. I like this theory. I think we need to flush flesh the settled. But this could be like a movie or something a dental hacks original nick cage and frank sphere. Oh my Gosh Nick. Nick Cage has to play Frank's peer pressure. That's how it works so all right so if you have any questions or comments about that I really thought it was a good interview. I thought there's a lot of good information there and I think honestly you can walk away a little bit more hopeful about the profession which. I can't say that happens very often on our show. So that's really kind of exciting but if you have questions or comments hit us up an email his with an email at info dental x dot com or let's talk about on the dental nation which is an amazing facebook group that everyone everyone should join especially if you want your life wrecked in you want it all of your spare time suck away from you. That's facebook dental hacks nation. Answer the questions I will let you in. It's a really compelling pitch. I mean I don't know why they wouldn't want to join. I can give you a fifteen reasons all right. So now's the time the show where I used to do that. Thing with my voice don't anymore it's called. Go Hack yourself and it's something that you and I have been enjoying using eating seeing whatever in as tradition dictates Jason. Go Hack yourself ally. Never I enjoy eating. Everything is all about eating pretty much. That's about problem problem Well I can say that this is something that Alan has got me roped into yet again. It's another fine mess unless you've got me into But Allen Actually got hooked up with the wave one in the system And utterly burned who who had on the show several times kind of key to Santa some nice file sequences with the wave one system them to make Indo so easy so easy. Anybody could do to Endo's But Yeah so Alan got it first and then He told me about it and then I had to go see it and of course I saw. If you saw that you have to buy it at Fox it didn't have it so So yeah I got the I got the wave. One system have not gotten it yet but I have used it in the past But now since I've got some knowledge that I didn't ahead before I'm kind of looking forward to it I we. We've opened our new practice and I'm probably going to have to start doing more in doubt Even though I don't really want to you do have to do though. I want it to be as easy of a straightforward as possible. I Love I love wave one. I've used a lot of different for an systems. I now have the wave when gold system and I like the simplicity of the file sequence. I like how I don't WanNa say effortlessly but relatively give quickly and relatively little pucker factor of getting to getting to the end of the canal. That's like a lot of systems are like my push into this. You don't you you let it lead. It's pretty great. Actually I like it and I actually just got the gutter smart. The operation set up which is basically a cordless version of the system. Be in the Chiro. Kind of thing I said just came today and I'm doing my first one with all the system tomorrow morning. I'm pretty excited about that. But I I really like it. I really like it. I like how systematic it is and I like how well the gutter perch points fit the canals after. You've prepped them. So I'm I'm a fan. I've been doing a lot of Enderle and I'm really glad that I have the system so I can. I can say pretty big fan here. I got smart system to. That's that's what I was telling. The Rep said you know that was my big hold up on doing and though I felt I never could get a good fill and there and if I couldn't do a good job on there I didn't WanNa on a the muck it up as you know those patients will come becoming back forever nine and you want to do a good job and I just never felt like I gotta get filled but I think if they got a smart system I can really only get a pretty good feel like how that you're gonNA like how they go to purchase points fit a fifth priority precisely. It's pretty sweet. Actually so I'm excited about using that too so good on you for doing that. So we'll see how see how it goes and see how long it takes referring back to the Ended honest yeah. Yeah so interestingly might go hack yourself also has to do with Lou Berman on some little see. It's it's like it all comes back to Lou basically so Berman Yoga Pants. He's he's he's brand a lot of things in. That's the next thing I think. Probably probably so I'm clearing. Some cement just plunked Konia with Resin Modified Glass Amerson mansions going into clear it in in my assistant hands me this absolutely exquisite scaler instrument that relatively new to me. Apparently I'd never used it before today and I'm thinking uh-huh my God. This is a go hack yourself. So Berman instruments has they have a their instruments are really good and really inexpensive but they have introduced a premium. Am Line so instead of like twelve bucks for a scaler. It's like eighteen bucks first killer so it's still relatively inexpensive. But wow these are really high end. And they've got the super slick handles. They're super sharp I I. I'm sure that there's multiple scales that we got but she ended. I ordered them back when I ordered in bulk for the rubber dam clamps when they came out the wingless ones that came out So I ordered a couple of these to try and they are the real deal. Holy cow like their their premium. Line mine is right up. There is nice as any instrument I've ever used and I'm blown away. I really am I. I mean I love what he's doing just for the fact that it's like taking the things that were like needlessly expensive and making them more economical but these are really really nice instruments. These are step above What what their other insurance? RC should go. Check him out the premium scales and premium instruments from Burma instruments. Good stuff. I bought me a lot of them. Say You probably got a new office full of those. It's fantastic stuff. Oh yeah well I'll tell you what I think. I think the dental hacks nation has had enough of US Jason. I really do I told you that. Yeah yeah they they weren't saying you specifically but I'm pretty sure they met you. I think I think they they can never get enough me but I think it's you. I just WANNA be real blunt with you on that I get that a lot. We're going to get hate mail and you're being so mean to J. Lips. Yeah it's is it really. Is You gotcha relate. I think it's starting a new. Yeah I think probably if you should leave us a review telling telling us how mean I am J.. Labs anyone who leaves her view about that will get mentioned on the show next week. So leader of Ubon. How mean I am to Jason Identity? Really good stuff slaps me I can. I'm watching him and he's actually wiping tears from his eyes. Love it. I'm such an Alpha male picking my nose earlier okay. Good that's that's that's that's always that's where the tears coming from Jason. Thank you a ton for joining me again this evening and we'll be sure to catch you next week the catch me anytime and.

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EP 31 - Timati (Rapper/Entrepreneur) + 500 more Gold Money Counters on NTWRK, Uncut Gems Screening with Adam Sandler, End of The Year Giveaway & more

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EP 31 - Timati (Rapper/Entrepreneur) + 500 more Gold Money Counters on NTWRK, Uncut Gems Screening with Adam Sandler, End of The Year Giveaway & more

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Just people have a hard time getting me a birthday present on one. I think birth ever but for people's birthdays. It depends on who it is. You know I always have always gifts that no one could ever say. I don't give gifts I might be cheap on certain shit not for somebody else but like I might say. I don't know if I want to buy this boom but again like I said I'll drop a half a mil to a mil to on a car. I won't even think twice. It's about it. You know Drop motherfucking. You know two three grand on a really good meal but Christmas is going to kill me this year. He's he's just GonNa fucking kill me and it is what the fuck it is That's why I need you. Motherfucker hit men to get them. VVS Pans downplaying. Listen man and Madman had this announcement last week that they laid off two hundred people and they're cutting some corners corners. I'm saying that they're they're cutting their budgets and strengthen in other areas let me tell you something real quick man saying this because I have a big deal with them men. Men Is GonNa do their thing you know. They'RE GONNA get quiet whatever it is. They're going to keep pushing the two big brand you know in cannabis and they're gonNA turn the shit around. There was a reevaluation. There was a correction and Now level playing field and and you know were there but VVS VVS is still there dope account and we're going to do a lot of fucking projects with them and one of my goals for twenty twenty. Starting in January is every store that that carries which was like sixty shops carry. Vs in California. I'm going to strengthen the relationships I'm GonNa do free appearances. You know what I'm saying and on do giveaways and the whole nine but I must start in all these areas in your city always fucking from Norwalk. bellflower San Diego Santa Anna a Costa Mesa downtown Los Angeles West Hollywood. Good fucking Oxnard San Francisco San Jose. I mean we'll get it in. You know so definitely if you are in the area make make sure you check out. VVS At men and also at the green door. Obviously we have exclusive collaboration with with green door and cookies I gotta get locations and everything else but Yemen has been a crazy week Lakers a number one. We are doing our thing. I don't want to speak about nobody else. Fuck Luca dog taking all the shit. I don't give a fuck. The CARMELO thing was didn't make any sense to me of Portland All I know is that my mother fucking seahawks play against the Philadelphia Eagles this weekend and Dan we gotta get it in designer con is tomorrow designer. Con Is Friday Saturday and Sunday. I will pop up there. There's some time on Friday is VIP night and then on Sunday. I'm doubling on pop in there so you know without further ado Yo. Today's guest is a very special person man again. Man We got my man Timoti and Again this dude. You know fucking biggest mega superstar in Russia. He's like if you combine Leonardo DiCaprio Tom Cruise and Kanye West on one person. Like he's just super big dude is just. He's a fucking Jackie Chan of as powerful as Jackie Chan is with being forty years younger but yet we got man Timothy Timothy. Sorry he's a rapper. He's entrepreneur he owns black records. And you know he's Got Blackstar Burger Black Star car wash it all kinds of shit. He has a baby with one of the biggest models in Russia. Here's another kid with another huge model. He's doing it. He's friends with Ladimir Putin. So you already know how crazy that is. And he's super humble sweet will get into that right eight now but let me catch my breath with an at Lakey beat Maoz Jordan. Hit me up with joy right there. Yeah that's what I'm talking about. We'll be right back In your man you are listening to behind the baller. We got a mother fucking special guest here. Listen Man I told you my focus. International Cram focused on here and now we have the biggest mega Russian superstar is one of the biggest fucker in that whole entire Eastern European area but he big worldwide. We got my man Timothy in the house. The timothy was good bro. Thanks for having me tonight in your man. Listen listen gay right into a man. One thing that this was the first thing I said because I met you like eleven twelve years ago broke. How the fuck did you learn how to speak English? So fast. uh-huh because it has gotten progressively better. Oh I think is Is Getting even worse and worse and worse really think so. Yeah because I used to come to really like a lot more than These days Right now I'm really focused on our market on on the Russian market. So this past like seven years I'm I'm heaviness gene into inner Russian market which is growing real fast and the story behind the English as I used to study English in school in I was like can exchange student so A state in life a couple of years. You didn't was a kid. Yeah like in age of twelve thirteen. I was an exchange student here for a couple of years plus I got good ears so I catch. What school is that I was somewhere riverside recite. Yeah bugging Y'all you like Dog Limitation Riverside some shit. They got a lot of meth labs. There's fucked up area pretty crazy. Let me ask you a question man. What this is like a mob podcast is a is this podcast gas well because there's so much music history so much sneaker so much art culture you know we talk about the cause everything like Whoa? What music did you go up listening to? I was yes Slope Puck I was BUSTA rhymes NWEA detain All that a main some classic hib no the Good Shit Shit like you know like listen to music now fucking tough you know like you know but So man you know like told me about growing up in Moscow. OSCO like what's the best and worst of Moscow. Oh you know. Moscow is such a special place such a special town and There is a cliche out here here in states. Especially because you know those Hollywood movies how to show Russians like they everyday they drink vodka. They got Kalashnikov. They got bears walking like let them. There's this I don't know if I can swear when the fuck you on in his fucking stupid hats like nobody wears them in Russia no more like does he know what it is like realize the Soviet Union was fucking twenty thirty years ago. You know it really state because It it was on the level of US propaganda and Russia was one of the you know Cold War penins like one of the biggest places so Usually here it was like a government program to show show us the different way but right now nowadays Russia changed a lot is is is different high in place like especially Moscow I want you to visit the place. I've been just no visit visit now. Now I know but you know back. Then there was no fucking like Ritz Carlton like all the Nice Shit. There was no black star. fucking car wash and you know saying like Moscow turned into like really high. Hi End CD like Dubai. It's like I can't even compare it to Dubai is like Paris is different. I can't even tell we have for sure here. We have all the all the brands and all the cars You know restaurants menus in restaurants are books like you you have to have like a blend Siaga like Saint Laurent and all that stuff and everything more like like everything shed multi-brands multibrand stores like. I don't know like Harrods words like Selfridge's or whatever right right right right End All the separate brands for sure Saint Lawrence any anything right now anything okay so in Russia right now what is hip hop like in Russia right now auto cool thing Cool thing is that like ten years ago In hip hop scene in Russia was very US oriented. Because you know let's be honest. King Influence I get. It came from here right now that the market is very strong in You know People in Russia listen more to Russian hip hop like a lot more than USA. Bob Sold Old Hood is the same thing happened that happened in France like The local scene is much stronger than you know the foreign the foreign senior Kashif big headliners like I don't know drake or whatever like more people gonNA come but Right now Russian artist this Easily throw throw thirty five thousand like forty thousand Shelves Malaysia was thirty five thousand. It was Olympisky Stadium Stadium And we have a couple of other names. Twenty twenty-five thirty thousand who are so big representing or big artists like like in urban music like rap scene. Whatever whatever who's who the big artists in Russia right now I can tell that by the past three years it was awesome mostly like talking. Big Venues was BUSTA But you know he's name is Busta. Okay no BUSTA rhymes similar but you know pasta than me and There's this Guy Oxy Amerian thank he. He came here for for a battle. He threw threw a crazy bell. He prepared himself and through the Russian kids through through a crazy freestyle in Russian and killed the in the American do it. was you know all over the news. And they had like I dunno like five million views in in ten hours which was a record for battle. It's crazy so you're the inner market. The inner seen freshman hip hop is is is that it's point. No that's great. I can't wait to go check it out. You know How did you end up on star factory for like you know that? Show in all honestly it was like a really pop- pop- show it wasn't by hip hop it all But I had no other choice. He I guess it was like fifteen years ago and there was no hip hop music on the radio. They put it. They wouldn't play nothing nothing on TV. They wouldn't put in play then. I had the only option to go to pop show and through this pop. Show show that there. Is this five like the other vibe. Like hip hop pop scene. You know it went bigger bigger bigger. It opens some doors. So yes did it. Change Your Life like as artist. It changed my life. Any change changed the hip hop scene to finally someone brought it To TV to to the radio. I was like the first hip hop artists that release similar to Korea. Korea Korean is really similar to like Russian right like sure like the dictator. Like what I'm sorry. But the President of Korea if he's like a two plus two equals five now it equals five gene enemy. You can't even argue anything you know you have to go to. The army doesn't matter if you don't go to the army you try to go to America lead you can never come back to cree ever again and you know like there was no hip hop. You can't wear no tattoos. You can go to a five star hotel. You can't go places and like in Russia you know I remember you know he come on like either where I've known fucking eager for twenty seven years unite fucking Russian. Gophers have had dated girls from Ukraine from Odessa from key from fucking from Russia. So it's like you know that's good. Though so is social media being in Russia yes social media right right now to occur took over the world I guess so because all of a sudden because have you every fucking day I have a Russian follower coming on and who the fuck is. But they're like they're like pretty girls. You know what I mean like their pictures are taken professionally and like there might might be like a rapper or something and I'm thinking like what the fuck like we was cool. We always cool about the country Right now that Honestly sixty five percent of the Russian population is women sixty five percent of Russian population women. That's that's the true statistic. I mean I'm married but still that's amazing you know So so if you count in of one guy there's only three girls so you know it's it's like heaven for us. Trust me I I swear so. Back to the music How many a artist you have blackstock right now? Right now I guess over. We had like thirteen eighteen. Fourteen right now is It's about ten ten are designed to the label and all artists the album out and everything Half of them have have albums out in this. Big Big show is similar to x factor. Or whatever you call it On TV we signed one two three four we signed five. New Artists is been like year and a half sold. The album was on the way some of them. have big. Singles Bake big breakthroughs on the market but some of them still working on album. So what happened to a too eager creed like he's he was on us. He was simple We we signed him at the beginning and there was a seven year contract and it was just over so He went his way right. This all love is whatever we call we call we call. I mean fuck. It became big. You know when he first came here at the mother fucker new maybe three words in English and then he started learning more. And more you know and it's just hits me up like you know I show show them love because you know because of black star because a PM because my family you know cool. He's cool talented kid. He grew up with us he became like I don't know don't just be refreshing. Yeah and yeah But you know when the contract is finished and you count numbers and you see that you can. I mean if he did he did he did he did. His contract can just went his way and we still is anybody you WANNA like. Do you have ideal. Jio Collaboration for music's anybody you want to collaborate the music here anywhere. That's a good question. I mean we had a couple of days ago. We had the Black Star Burger opening here on the facts and Justin came. Yeah and I thought why not and there's a good idea to have a great melody and then Translated to Russian language making sing in Russian. I don't know that's a crazy crazy. Maybe one day work just good friend of mine. We've been friends a long time When I see him that night we talked and everything but You know he's gone every time he's dropped the record you know from like the Kiddie pop stuff and then it gets better than the last album. He dropped which was you know a few years ago. He wasn't fucking around now. Here's a real really his really talented. I've heard rap is good and saw interested on this new album. Because they're getting this done. I was talking to anybody rap singers. He's without be fucking dope but there's nobody like anybody else like you want to like if you're like fucking I wanna like Collab- with somebody you know there's nobody else you can think of. I like a lot of people alike. mcmeel found mixed alike. Weiji why these crazy crazy. Yeah I gotta connect you with them. They're just CR- they were. Fuck what you especially. If they knew you know you're so humble that's the only thing I don't like about you sometimes man. You're so humble. I wish you would be like more of a Dick. She listen man. Let me get fucking a you know. Let's give me here. Let's kill somebody numb Going on you know you came to my fortieth birthday party ebor through it Is I play house else. And that night we came to my birthday party and I thought Shit. That'd be a great collaboration for Yana and you. I don't know whatever happened but did you guys ever connected acted after that or no We see each other. Yeah because it was crazy. 'cause I was like fuck most. She stayed until like three or four. And fucking morning whatever's he he made me a fucking rolex cake. Do you remember like is my fortieth birthday. You know that was seven years. Remember playhouse playhouse. Zak with a flashlight that's the classic sake. Lesbian is in the music. Business has been like business. Wise it's been lucrative. He made a lot of money in the business I mean when we compare the numbers numbers to you like biggest. US labels for sure. It's not that numbers but no but I mean it's made you but the cool thing about Russian market is that we see We see every six months. The growth on a digital sellings on concert shows on big like like advertisement contract so market Russia's really growing right now he's boom is the the money you make from music like because like you have a lot of entities you know so you investing You know the earnings and two other businesses like I saw the black star car wash. And then you have. How many How many businesses do you have right now? Like Take me myself I lost encounter. We have these new project Black Star fitness That we're going to open this month. like crazy crazy easy Jim when we're going to build the content of those gyms across Russia where blacks are Burger. We have black star. Where the no we have? The car washes Berga Moscow. Yeah for sure. And is there any Ross in Russia that you have black burger no We have over fifty Spots cheese in Russia already in is growing in Hopefully next year we'll we'll come to one hundred. Why not black? Jesus Christ why not Black Star coffee you know do the off on alrighty I think it's coming Like five six months. We've been working on that for longtime time is Is Not even the music label. BLACKSTAR is lifestyle Corporation right now and Always thought that I cannot I can't like perform till I'm like sixty seventy I got a You have to look really reinvest money in just grow the Brendan the brand. It is bigger than just a music. So it's a it's a lifestyle corporation we can do. Anything is just unique. Services and cool design concept is all all about you. Know the vibe right I guess with with Your Music Your music lyrics. How does it translate from Russian to worldwide? Like you'll do people bull you have found outside of Russia right like you know. Like for instance. Have you ever done. Have you done shows and like In Europe before yeah for sure had the song. Welcome central pay. They blew all of a sudden. I guess like seven eight years ago and and I had a lot European tour across Germany Sweden France. All over the place. Big Welcome to Sancho pay. It has tens of millions of listeners and views and everything over hundred yet. Did you think that that song was going to be a worldwide success. No no it was easy I had a song and then Dijon called me and told me I want to do a remix. Can you please Throw the English acapella. I just went into the studio and translated the song and was in Russia in Russian. I right So what translated than just sent him there. Capella and then I forgot about this shit and then A couple of months later he was like I did a remix. I was like Yoga Right. Send it to me. Listen to it when they may be and then a week eclater I started to receive calls and calls and calls. Like are your track here. I heard your track Jordan Jack. They played me the song I was like. What the fuck is this fucking tuck inches blew up? degen Thuan put on one of his Completion complaints and then all of a sudden nobody. no-one no-one expected is just blew in this. It Yeah but you make beats to write you produce right. Yeah so what you like doing better like you like being a performer. Better like a rapper. Say or or do you like being producer producer. Like is it to be honest with you like both I like the stage. I like People the the contact with people and I really have a good team We play only live. This is like ten musicians. ONSTAGE plus the visual effects like performing I like producing to the studio I like producing the best part of producing his that. You stay home which family you know you can go early. You know what I was GonNa ask you that too. Because you know Donna thing. I had a couple of things I want to ask you. First of all congratulations on the new baby. Thank you you know. I got three kids. You know so it's very difficult. I'm trying to be involved but I've been on a plane one hundred times this year. I've been one hundred flights. You travel a lot. You travel a lot. Is it difficult to be a dad and then also just your business so crazy rice for like. Is it hard for you to see your daughter. And it's your boy. Like you know the touring artists. Dad is the worst to be honest with you And you fill me and you know what I'm saying. Like the touring dead art. It is but like say for instance like you know the the mother of the child did they get mad at you or was it like I mean Everyone understands that that men go to make money and feed the family social yeah But but but I reset my life and I talked Komo manager. I told her that We don't put more than like four shows a week or for shows a lot dog it was a and and then are reduced it to four shows a month okay. Yeah so like once a week I go out I do the show I I come back. It was hard decision so I had to go to the office. And you know like produce more Start working more on the brand expansion than on the music itself so my last album. I think was like three or four years ago. Town wasn't that long ago. Yeah Yeah 'cause right now I have so many things going Inside the country so many business projects are really. I heard new music yesterday right. That was new song. Wasn't it. Yeah it was funny like one day before I left the I just was hanging in studio with the guys who was looking for some new shit and then we came with a demo song ever which we recorded and it is it is though but you know the thing with industry. I think the same thing here. The the more dumb is the Asong the more popular. It's it's simple to you. Know what I mean more simple and the more you know the more no sense nonsense in the song song doing better pops so I did one of these songs and brought a hair and I wish shouldn't video today yesterday. Thank you for putting me and So I just doing research on you right. You know because they're just never ever never looked you up you know like YouTube. Instagram were friends I never bug you about nothin' and I said it before I've always been close to Russians all my life I kept to cut ties with the rush community in New York Los Angeles. Even you know whatever always had love for you. Do you know So I start doing some research right and I was like Oh shit. Tim went to college. You went to a Russian University. Yeah you know like what did you study there It was yes. AM economics and finance. But I had to quit on Third Year because I couldn't Put together nights studio sessions ends with. which would would lectures? And all that. And it's just you know started to sleep like have today inside university. I was in the back but do you think that table sleep. When you're in school did it help you think or you think it was just no school for sure he got to finish school but there was at at this point No University not teachers that could teach me how to build the entertainment brand. And you know it's rap into record head to get it myself so acquitted the university and went to the St Louis graduated but I still did it but like what I'm asking for your kids when when they get older. Do you want them to go to college. You go to university. I mean for sure. Yeah I want you know I want to give to my kids as As much as I can in in many different aspects the you know the sports the music anything and then they choose what they want by themselves who they wanna be as live L. support any movement as a beautiful dog. That's beautiful so right now. Moscow is your residents right. That's your main area. Yeah so okay so you come here a lot. Yeah how'd you like L. A.. World like honestly like what do you think about Mean I love late but it's weird at some point you know. is because it's such a different place I can compare La To none of the places. People are weird at some point. You know it's different but I mean like it's a lot of beautiful in the city and a lot a lot of fake of course Yemen notice like when you go to certain European places like they're they're not gonna be fake you know they might be reserved they'll be quiet about something and not want to disrespect but like here is so much 'cause it's you know in in Russia simple is either you know you cou I I like you either like fuck you you know straight straight to the face like black or white is red or blue. Here's different fun. Corrine Pink Blue Purple Tomorrow. He me up and all that and nothing happens and you know I felt bad because I was like damn last couple times I didn't see Tim and NFL obligated. Because I said hey you know what. I'm busiest fuck. I know I got kids. I got three businesses three children. I said let me make this one hour to do this. Just just to show them that you know what I feel like. I haven't talked to George about it. You know I was talking to them. I was like I feel bad because you know what. Let that. You've asked me for favor and never asked you for favor. Ever nothing I said but let me show some support because I know like if I needed boom. You've always offered like amen come here see this but it was always cool like come. What's the biggest difference between music and US m music and Russia E- used to be that Russian Russian industry was very oriented. They looked at the top artists and wanted to copy this shit. Yeah I mean like anywhere in the world because like when it comes to entertainment industry this is the like this elemental Los Angeles especially and right now is is is like is is a bad. It's not bad taste or you know it's a bad thing to copy anything and people understand the understands you he yeah they have `schisms YouTube. Whatever whatever you fool them so right now they're trying to Due to Russian Russian altantic offshore hip hop you know went to Germany like many years ago and like Germany like in Berlin. The you know the music. They're definitely like starting the answer it to the question that you just asked what's the difference. It's it's there's no difference. It's just the mount of money in the industry's different. That's of course there's more resources there there's more like I mean 'cause there it started here I get it but like what you said was interesting because in Germany. You only hear the you know like you'd hear some local hip hop artists from Germany but then now German artists. They're fucking with them harder than the American because they're trying to back their own people So two thousand. Nineteen Minute crazier dog. I don't know about it for me. The World Donald Trump. Everything has just been crazy right. We're coming towards the end in fact this this is. There's less than two months left in the decade because not become twenty twenty right. Yeah so tell me. What's the craziest thing that's happened to you this year? if we take aside That I have a son though which I guess was the most important thing I had to surf the biggest wave. Oh yeah forgot about this shit man you serve the crazy sometimes at that or fake. I thought it was like a photoshop. Like fucking Bro. You know I'll be honest with you. My life changed with that. You know when when when like surfing entered my my life yeah. My life changed a lot of my friends. who serve like really surf here? We'll og surfers. They don't do it. There real surfers. They have a different type of Zen Zen like A. It's like a meditation like a different thing. They're different people. I've never surfed before skateboarded here and there. I've seen it but it changed. You changed a lot is meditation is a state of mind and his completely different sport. I tried you know jumping from parachutes cross bikes. I grew grew up skateboarding. I try to every everything but this sport is so much different in. It gave me a lot like mental wise is have you been Australia before Yeah but longtime ago but you know they have like the craziest. The New Zealand has the craziest surf. There you know so sure America retriever. Directions one day and serve for for sure. Sure that's crazy man. So let's get to some some interesting shit man like Dobro. When did you in Vladimir Putin become friends man Oh I can't say that Where like really close friends because it's very hard to be close friends with Russian president didn't You know that's that's different type of person when you guys coming home you know become cool you know become looking contact you know Before that was really really you know like US oriented. I was not interesting if we're talking like ten twelve years bag in what's happening inside the country like like whatever whatever no no no. No politics preferences You know no oh. Local ideology was like you know I can live wherever I want to like this. I like that and then all of a sudden Started to get into the political scene. Not even like not not like get like working or not just started figuring out what's happening in the country how it happened And then I had the proposition From the government the there was one of elections to Be Inside the promotional how you say you endorsed him. I saw you you like the promotional videos that I highly recommend to vote right. That's an endorsement horseman. Yeah Yeah so you endorse them. I took a couple of days to think about if I WANNA be there or not and I started researching and talking to people and I got deeply into the subject and started like seeing an understand what what's what works stands behind this team in behind I dismantle so You know I had to read a lot I had to watch some documentaries research right. Yes and I took a decision to support and from that time For sure Ahead to you know deeply jump into the whole the situation into the political scene and you know into what's happening in the country and became like can say voice the Voice of the team and Did you did you know Vladimir before he was the president. No no no no. We met the the first time we met is when I got invited to the inauguration right Oh shit that's crazy procedure From that point we started our first conversation version and went on and on and on and on like tell me something about like Putin new. Think the world doesn't know what I'm saying like Americans you know. They have like one general idea to think thinks. He's like a dictator. You know what I mean or whatever else. There's something like that the world you'd think you could say that you think you know I met trump. I'm at trump when my friend In immunology Lara and his father. They brought him Because he was the owner of Miss Universe brand before he became a president. Donald Trump. You always go to Miss Universe Yelm so he came to Russia. And I'm I met him on the event I met him on the on this contest I've seen him sitting in the allowance etcetera etcetera. School I met some cool people around the world but but I never met in my life person that walks into the room and he feels the whole room. It doesn't matter how big it is with the energy soul. You know so strong that that you can fill it that he can feel like you know the The Authority all righty Ho Ho. How does anyways after it with Russian authority or Forty not even Tori like Like respect you finish filming so you're talking about for Putin or you talk about trump. I'm talking about Putin. o- trump okay. Cool cool cool energy whatever before but I never. I met a person like Vladimir Putin. Yeah with all the was is short as he is his his his similar height as me. Maybe a bit shorter order. I don't know really but big energy big status you know he's he's different. Cool seems cool. Yeah for sure for. She collects protect Phillipe's. I heard I don't know you know that'd be. I think he has the same watch like and he wears it on the right hand. Yeah so you never been on a horse with no shirt on with with Ladimir I would love to. I would love to man. I was like this has to be pictures real picture picture. He's on the fucking horse with no shirt on You know there's a lot of issues about him and for sure You know For Sure Institute the like the government is to like Government department in in United States. It was the thing that that's been there for years. There's there's a lot of old people from the previous generation that are that used to think and still thinks that. US is the most strong strong system Agata dictate the other countries like every. Why do everybody else's under that's why they don't like Vladimir Putin because he he became independent you know he don't WanNa bend under? No one could for Hambro Yunos. Yeah he got he's thing going like like like in China and Instead of beef with each other which is gotta get along. I guess but some people don't understand that I mean dog. You know my mom opened my grow so tell me something that the world doesn't know about. You told me Sunday that nobody knows like you ain't never sat an interview in Russia. Never sit on Youtube instagram. It was something telling me something that the world is know about you Honestly I wanNA quit one day. You WanNa quit what everything. Oh Yeah. I'm right there with you. I know but I'm older than you. You know so go bro. I WanNa quit everything Just take my surfboard and going to world tour. Trust me everything. I don't WanNa do. Joey no more. I don't I WANNA do nothing. I just WANNA smoke weed. Raise my kids and drink water. That's it you know what I'm saying like ro I'm. I'm so tired but BRO. I'm forty-seven I've done everything I've fucking around around with two parking. I'm saying we're all these people I've just been. I'm by here. You know what I mean. You're just it's overwhelming. You know you wanNA give your kids a better life. You want to be in the surfboard me. I don't want to be in a surfboard. Doug I WANNA be crews in I wanna be I wanna be an island somewhere different islands here and there you know with my family owned spend more time family. Yeah On some like flashy shit you know like what's the most expensive thing you ever bought I think I think house. Obviously I'm not talking about cars and you know watches which is an all that Because you know I think already passed a little this. I don't know this period you graduated from right when yeah when cars were were important I think I think right now. I'm just you know writing in the buses like I have those little buses have ones who you know what I mean you show show me the dope. One that you're yours is nicer classes yet of economic nothing like super flashy. This is the crazy thing. I still have some crazy Z.. Cars right social media still shoot honestly like I don't care anymore you know and I had them for almost fifteen sixteen years. I get it because I remember when Georgia be like or Jack this Tim's new car. I'm like con Dan. I'm fucking crazy. Full Body Body Kit Mansoori this that and everything at this thing to you just went through it you know. Do you remember the feeling of fear I dunno I number Guinea or Ferrari when when you finally got it you remember that feeling and it was the best feeling in the world like you spend a day in then you go to bed thinking about that you wake up like six in the morning you just rush into the garage and it's still still there and you're looking like wow and my second car was like okay. Cool cool for a week. My third car like sports car there was like really excitement when I was ordering and like delivery. Happy for like fifteen minutes and the last car that are that are sold There was no excitement. It was just like a new car. It's really weird. You said that because when I joined my new pizza limited edition car go to Beverly Hills Ferrari boom. I have another car coming super rare car and it's a hybrid. New Ferrari comes out in November. And it's like the SF ninety. This is a very big hype about it. And everything. And I think when I get it and might just be like Yo if you guys want us at school. Yeah I'm not. I'm not looking back in the garage like I used to when I first come first. Ferrari I drove to motherhood why grew People like that and I let them drive it around and I was like fucking into crazy thing Started to appreciate the like the Oji models the the the old school models door. That's that's definitely much more and you start realizing you know you drive those. I mean they're finished for. Is You know sixty million dollars. Forty fifty million dollars. Twenty dodgers enjoying this cars more and the funny thing Went to Platinum Motor Sport Like two days ago and there was this Hummer h one and I was like Jack please. He's given keys. Let me let me try this thing. He was he he was like. There's no breaks. I hate that cars. Too Big middle speed is too big big. Let me drive it and the Shit Shit is authentic. It has filler will filler seats No tuning everything thing like these are just too hard to camp park in anywhere Bro. I enjoyed it so really. I enjoyed it so much. I took it around the sunset. There was Jayco on a on on a passenger seat and he he was happy to he was like. Oh I love. This cartoon changed a lot. Like vibe changed so so I know you WanNa just stop everything Judah surfboard and Blah Blah but really. Let's be let's be honest like in the next five years. What do you see your career your life going the next five years working like a motherfucker because there's so many fields and So many things that Are Brand can really do they bring to the market plus. We just opened a studio together with Poo. Bear with Eagle resign. Beautiful beautiful as cool studio which which is opened Blackstar Burger here we can expend plus we have London coming The opening of Luxor Burger. We have Dubai coming We have Berlin common. We know expend with a brand tried to see the other. Markets tried to bring kids yet. Just one country global you know trying to be global and Every time I come here you know I'm I'm at the point where I should just you. Don't stay in work here in you know. Grow the thing out here but my family's their brain all my family here. There's that you know so it's like in and out in Burgers. I listen I just thought now for a minute and I thought it was something right now in whatever you want to but it you think is there like it's still new your babies no pre new but do think there's going to be drama later between the child's mother you know with each other is cool. No we call. I mean we're cool and plus the good thing. Is that my daughter Alice she she just loves my son Ride Mirror So cute man. She's like big sister. That wants to take care of you know a younger kid has beautiful. We still fuck with the cause and everything it would appear bricks and everything yeah think causes one of the greatest artists Like more modern artists ride no definitely contemporary wise. He's he's he's not nowadays his leg new Picasso I can. I can say that because listen. I've known them for a very long time. I'm blessed to be friends with Brian and and it's a it's sometimes. I regret some of the things that you know. I wish I I wish I wouldn't sold not even that so much you. I don't like this different things I've worked with an he's so big now and He sold about like his family. which is amazing to you Brian? I'm a huge each fan of Brian. Where whenever you see him shake his hand from me? Oh you know what one day I just have to just figure out one day hopefully one day me and you are in New York City together and and I will just make the dots connect and we just may go to the studio. It's it's you go to the studio and you're too I walk into studio and I'm like this is a game as go. Let's go upstairs. I'm like hold on. I'm not done looking down. You're like what the fog matter easy credit and you know you see a fucking nineteen foot figure and you'd like boom so bro I ask everybody comes on my show. It's the final thing. Is there anything you WANNA ask me. Yeah what is behind the Bamberger so behind all the behind. The baler is because a lot of people. This is crazy. I didn't even accepted. I was a jeweller. I've been enjoy for fifteen years. I became the biggest jeweler in the world. I didn't accept that was a jeweler until maybe three or four years ago. I'm like I hate people like asked me about jewelry no shit I'm fucking jeweler. Michael joins the basketball player. Lebron James You know your rapper. Jay Z's rapper. I didn't accept it because I've done so many things in my life. I was a DJ. I was in the music business. You know what I mean housing sneaker business I was a jack-of-all-trades marketing guy. Different things and understand that. But there's so much more debt behind me all the work that I put in in fifteen twenty years ago when I work with Jay Z.. When I work with these other artists when I did things designing with Nike and stuff all those things are paying off now? They built me who I am now. But that's not really behind the bottle behind bolers. It's really where I continue now. What type of good I going to do for the community? All the Asian Americans Americans out there who only think they can they can open. You know a liquor store or Become a do karate martial arts or something. The stereotypical stupid shit like that. Magnolia the Fucker fucker. You could be George could be a robber. You could be this this and this because you know what Ben Baller faced all this adversity you know he grew up in area was only like Jews and blacks and he. He's still made. It happen being the only Asian behind. The baler is me being a father me leading my children into the right direction. Me Giving them full blown direction to make sure that they have a better life than I do. Do you know behind the ballers me showing people what the finer things in life are not necessarily bus spending money on cars or anything else but hey man you know what. I've gone a different tongue. Now you know I've Different Pallet for different taste of things you know like to show people. Maybe you know different just luxuries of life that I've been been been blessed to have but that's will be on everything that's not jewelry do you know. It's it's behind the ball behind any kind of other shit and like you know and when I say great food there could be a place that seven dollars could be a great Taco. Stand at somewhere here. Boom it's a hidden in gem. It's that you know when I go to a lot of different places whether it be in America any state It could be in Paris anywhere else. I always want to go to the bad part of town onto. I want to see how the how the poor people live too. I and I want to experience all that and then I appreciate life a little bit more you know. So that's just that's just behind the Baler is it's more than just someone sees Lamborghini. Whatever else I gotTa fucking little mini bus outside? You know. I'm just chilling. You know I don't really I still you know just this year because of my popularity Larry. I work with the security and stuff but really. I never did that before. I never had no problems. You know but Unfortunately now it's not that simple anymore. You know people are out to maybe harm my family. Who knows I wanNA protect everyone so just behind? The baler is everything besides the glamour neglects the bullshit. You know that's a good answer. The wide range. You'll tim I really appreciate you taking the time to be on the show Doug Beg you. God bless you bro. y'All Maher listen man. That's my man Timothy. He got. Check them out. You know what I'm saying. Rainey's at Timoti official Jakob Blackstar Burger. La and Right about now. You'll miles during men wanted him. Lakey Lake Beats Aw and she a- Sodium L. D. S. my man Timothy Super fucking cool. Dude he just made he's fucked me up again. I just really got think about that again. Like one thing about cars and stuff and like he's right. I just don't have that same excitement in US crazy because a lot of focus is like damn and you know and don't get me wrong man the first time I had a lexus. Or whatever my three it was like I couldn't stop thinking about it. I can go look and it just somewhere in a different place in life. I think anyways that just how I really appreciate him coming on the show man. It's just a fuck with heavy and He's a he's a great person and I can't wait to get the Moscow to go see my guy Shout my homie Diana key or an Cova a follower if you just type in Diana am polynice and she has like one point five million followers. She's huge model and in in Russia to she's more like not one way she's just more content created and She's GonNa be due by while I'm there for Seoul. DSP sold the XP and Dubai's can be lit. I can't wait to get there dropping. Another exclusive Ben Bala tracksuit this time he got to see this. This is just a surprise and I got my own. Collaboration crept protect cleaner. It's just fucking I can't explain to you. She is so dope and What else we got going on here man? My brain is a little bit fucking fried Fuck it it is what it is. You'll by the way. Listen Man. I really appreciate the five star Reviews News like I said it the the more you guys leave him so I can kind of get into get into the questions and answered that Shit I definitely will answer those. Stop Damning me about the mother fucking money counter. Listen man them shits going for fucking four hundred on a low. I've seen him go up to thirteen hundred like sold for thirteen hundred average with flight. Eight to nine hundred Ma boy hats in store in Atlanta and he was on for eight hundred dollars. You know I'm just telling you just make sure you're there November twenty ninth black Friday. Don't know what time get the network up and check it out. So let's get into uncut gems. Uncut gems is a movie by The SAFDIE brothers. Josh and Benny these guys are fucking just pure genius. Cinematography director writing. I mean just just super fucking amazing They had a movie called good time with Robert. Patterson and I wasn't fucking with the movie at all and you know so. My wife was like ulysses took the shit out. Let's check out the trailer and we saw the trailer do from the fucking from twilight the movie you know what I'm saying to pretty and I watch movies. Go shitty plan like kind of like a scumbag playing like a greedy dude. Disbelieving might be all right and then I watched and I was like Whoa and I ended a buying that motherfucker. Good time is a good movie. If you get a chance watch it. It's on Amazon. Prime Might be on Hulu. I'm not sure but uncut gems. They've done a couple of than a few hugh movies. Now in Josh is just a real film buff just a real New Yorker to super talented guy What can I fuck and say man? I met the couple of times we sat down and had lunch and discussed and I told him I got my degree in cinematography. Now is kind of crazy and we just had a long talk about everything man it was just fucking weird and And he was like you know. What's crazier is that you became a DJ? You're at music business. He ran sneaker business. You're in the fucking jewelry business. He became one of the biggest he gets in almost every time. You did something and you didn't even fucking go after your passion and what you're actually went to school for and everything and it's true you know with the exception of the small film that I oh. I didn't really get so much credit for 'cause I had gone to a hugest. fucking enormous family spat with my cousin and Did this movie a cake that you could by somewhere on Ebay or Amazon fucking Walmart and That was my first feature independent film in US out there. We got a couple project coming up. But Uncut Gems is a movie about willows based on you know from what it was based on the story at. You'll Rodeo Joe Rodeo in the early two thousands big jeweler lot of celebrities went up to him. He knows from the Diamond District is oh Gee Jewish degenerate gambler the whole nine and so pretty much Adam Sandler will originally the role was supposed to be played by Jonah Hill and just didn't work out whatever and so Adam Sandler came in a lot of people Are Probably Fans Adam Sandler and known for comedy Shit. I've always love Adam Sandler for his those. Those things funny people showed a different side of him. I love that but it. It wasn't until the legendary fucking insane director. Paul Thomas Anderson man so my favorite fucking movies. This guy's done heartache. Some sympathy excellence film. Excellence and I'm talking about it from a professional point of view again. I won't Speak About Shit like oh I just like it. 'cause you not know this fried chicken tastes like this and Blah Blah. Your might be a Foodie but I'm talking about I went to school and did my thesis on Fucking Sixteen ecksteen millimeter eight millimeter film. I Semi Takeuchi but hard to just amazing film. Paul Thomas Anderson directed the movie called Punchdrunk. Love in that movie was about mother fucking me and I was the first time Adam Sandler did a serious movie and was fucking darkest fuck and it was just fucking amazing. I love that movie so when I saw all that he was doing this dark film. I was tripping Josh connecting me with him and then before he went off to New York to go to the movie Adam spent some time with me and he shadowed me for the film to prepare himself to be a jeweler and to be in this role. So this movie takes place in two thousand twelve you know the weekends in it A boy you know flawless. I don't you folks. Nobody said when my Greg Greg Yun is in it that fucking clown tracks is in it because obviously you know. He's in New York City on the forty seventh. They went through all the forty seventh. You've got a lot of different opinions and stuff but it was dope because Adam had told my sister. My sister's his stylus never told my sister. I think I've said this already on. The podcast asked didn't tell my sister that I work with anything because I just felt like you know you want to be professional. Don't nobody who you know what you're doing and it will come out anyway. My sister's like why the fuck didn't you say something that could it have been easier for you. She could have been ten times cooler. That you've known you my brother and I just didn't WanNa say anything so anyways it was. Don't manny told my sister he's like you you know. When I played a chef he showed fucking Thomas Keller and fucking? You don't founder French laundry biggest fucking chef in the world and he said so you know there's only right I shouted your brother. He knows big fucking jail in the world and those his words not mine including the directors words Jeff Safety and so Came to Ivanhoe we chopped up Canaan factory. We talk a lot. He wrote down voice memos and all kinds of things I even talked about bus downs The beginning of the film will relate to me just from the first scene of him relates to me ten minutes into the movie. My wife is like Jesus fucking Christ much because I feel like I'm fucking like this. Is You scrape. It's crazy his mannerisms and things just reminded me so much of a right of me and my wife of me and it was just crazy. Movie is very fucking intense. It will get you very fancy it will give you a super ton of anxiety You should definitely go see it. I'm definitely GonNa see it again when when it comes onto theaters. I can't wait to buy it on stream Congratulations Josh and Ben and CBO. Sebastian congrats. public fat Jews in the movie movie was fucking Dope. It just was Super Jewish man. It was just so it was done so well. I can't do any spoilers. Because there's this shit this is gonNA fuck you up so bad in this film but I was so glad to see it while I was there I got to see my boy tyler. The Creator he was there and I told him and he was like Yo. That's fucking tight you know. And that's dope and Hit me about some other jewelry. And he's killing. Let me now because I want to release the pictures of the fucking chains has been some sneak peeks but he wants to shift shop in the video I and I might just home go. Fuck himself Speaking of chains again this thing with cutty studies is going to be so fucking legendary. Can't wait but speaking back to tyler. The grammy nominations for two thousand nineteen came out today. So it's GonNa air what February two thousand twenty and tyler. The Creator was nominated for best rap album of the year. I hope he fucking wins. God knows he deserves it. EBOR was fucking amazing. I just feel like his legs. He's getting bigger and bigger became a fucking whatever he's just got like the man of the year award or whatever and all this other all these crazy accolades really happy for Tyler. Even though I hate is fucking guts. But he was at the film tonight. I got shop and a little bit. He's like a man. Would you think really means he's live WanNa know he had hit it. My sister hit a the director of the Ben's opinion. You know I really WanNa know what he thinks and fucking nailed it he played a fucking jeweler he played. Ah You know. They're talking about Oscar. Talk here at that happens. It's fucking dope. You know. Be Some personal bragging rights and Again you just gotTa Watch. The movie was just fucking Dope. Fuck again I WANNA remind you design a con. Is this weekend. I gotTA take my kids to legal land. I got a whole lot of shit going out man just I just got a lot going on I. Hi but I'm excited about my trips to do by excited about trips of San Francisco. I guess I still got some trips coming up but I'm willing to slow that shit down regards to video CEO. I'm thinking I don't know right now. Man The deals are on the tables and a couple of people we've talked to. I just like rock doc. Independent right now. I don't know how much I WANNA give my stake in this podcast on a really wanted creative control. I don't want anybody have any control over what I say on the show and so oh I might just fuck around and just finance it myself and just make this video studio and everything as is so for that you can help me out if you want to go to cameo APP. GET THE CAMEO APP in booked me. I forgot what the Fuck Shit I think. It's like. Three hundred dollars is for shutout which is dirt cheap especially on video when ally. These companies are paying ten times that for in a post on my instagram. So this is like you know you WANNA get a personal video with holidays for someone's birthday. Whatever the fuck it is? Hit me on the CAMEO APP That will help obviously financed Nance this video studio quicker not GonNa do that. Obviously there's reasons why do certain things but Again I really appreciate everyone who is listening to the show. I I appreciate the fact that every single week for like the last month or even two months we chart every week even new episodes not up where charting in the top two hundred you'd constantly. I love you guys I appreciate it. Keep listening keep subscribing telephoned to tell a friend and man. We're just GONNA definitely will give way for the end of the year. It's going to have to figure out giveaway. I'm GONNA start adding some new categories to the show and again I will do my top one hundred Greatest movies all time. Maybe top fifty fifty and I had top fifty thousand two an updated list. I'm going to do that here on the show. Fuck that shit on the every single car I've owned. I got a lot of things coming up. Man We got restaurants in L. A.. My favorite restaurants in New York my favorite restaurants anywhere. But right about now your mouth Jordan. You already know what time it is my man leaky inspire at Lake Lake. Everyone have a great weekend. God bless go seahawks. Fuck the niners

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215. Whats Your Fandom? An Interview with Dante Basco

The Fandom Podcast

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215. Whats Your Fandom? An Interview with Dante Basco

"Yup. This is Dante Bosco you may know me as the leader of the lost boys roof, yo or the misunderstood prince of the fire nation Zuko. And you're listening to the phantom podcasts. Welcome to the ban of podcast episode two hundred and fifteen this is the show that brings together. Geeks and nerds mccraw Stepan numbers to discuss your favorite, TV, movies, comics and books. I am brand Lucio and for the past three weekends. We have been at different fan conventions, and we kept off this whirlwind tour at the paradigm high fandom expo. It was a great show. There was lots of passion for phantom. And we gotta talk to Dante Bosco about his favourite phantoms and his role in phantom after that we talked to several students at paradigm high about what their favorite phantom is. And this was just a really fun event, and they plan on having on every may fourth in. So if you are in the greater Salt Lake area, it's a it's a fun event to go to so with that let's jump right into the discussions. All right. We are paradigm phantom expo with Dante Bosco who from my childhood is most known as Rubio you've also done roles like prince Zuko and Jake long some great roles from the something that's meant something to me on each of those. I mean, we talk a lot about phantoms and a lot about the cool things on our podcast. And so we just want to ask you, what is your favorite phantom? Like, what is the thing that you geek out the most about? That's a good question. I mean as I came into the original phantom is Star Wars. Absolutely. Yeah. That's for me. That's the original fan. I'm right. So that's really cool when a few years ago, I got to do a regional character in Star Wars rebels. Play Jack Cal site is made the fourth. With you guys. Absolutely. And so to just be a kid working for star. You know, your kid again when while on is doing the Star Wars rebels show in the episodes. I didn't be able to work with all the guys there, and they have they have guys that really know the whole folklore of all all of Star Wars, and they're explaining to you where even though your character. Just does these things in these episodes where he laws in the world those conversations with the mind today felonious, well, it's Dave's the one that's like. Like, okay. This is the deal. He's the hallock on. Yes. And so Dave is amazing. And he says, okay. This is what your character as this rebelled than they released the forces. But then he goes he tells you like a whole twenty minutes, then you're like, oh my God. What else am I do? And so that's amazing. And then most recently was still with that fandom. I'm narrating a lot of the online stuff for Star Wars galaxy of adventures online. So like if you go online YouTube stuff, it's I'm like on the guys like it Star Wars galaxy adventure. So it's just cool to do stuff on people part of phantoms that I've been a part of. But it's cool to be a part of your own inefficient as you grew up with. So hook was a huge deal in my family. Awesome. All right. So we go up to the cabin. We literally watch it every single time we go to Kevin and even in my family. It's been a huge deal. I had a cousin who had a cystic fibrosis who passed away recently. He was really young and one of his dreams was. To be in a band and his band's name was being ring. Wow. For that reason. And his name was Warren cool guy got two he got to do a lot of things that he lived life to its fullest warm. Bang ranking bang as one of my favorite things. And and so that's been a big deal. And then also for us. We talk about avatar all the time and very cool. I always I always say that that show is almost made more for adults. So the dolts could watch it with the kids. Because the storytelling in that is. So amazing is pretty I mean, it's pretty it's pretty fascinating. How that show kinda came about in through Nickelodeon, which is of all places like how did that show come out of Nickelodeon, and it just is one of those shows that meant to it was meant to happen and really is a phenomenon in and of itself. And I've definitely found myself very fortunate to be a part of that whole crew and Mike, and Brian that casts. You know, Jack the Senate in may Whitman mock. Oh, and it was just amazing great allow mazing. When you auditioned initially did you realize it was going to cover? So here's no heck, no, I talked about this earlier the panel here at this paradigm Comecon about how originally went in and going to Nickelodeon and seeing the double dare slime, and and in the murals of cat dog and SpongeBob, and you get this epic Asian inspired tale. Like, no way, this is not gonna work. This is not Nickelodeon. There's no way like great cool idea. Like, there's not going to happen. And then it becomes this thing. That's even within the Nickelodeon world is you know, is its own gym like there's nothing else in the Nickelodeon world like it's just like this avatar Cora like is own thing. So it's fascinating on other cartoon that you did a fallen adult the first time I saw him when it was coming out. But it's still touched me was Jake long the American dragon. Yeah. And that's a coup goofy show. It's a show for obviously course. But it touched me because I was watching it. And I was like okay Jake's Asian, right? And he but he wasn't played as you stereotypical Asian. It was the Asian American really got me because I don't see that in media very offer. It's one of those weird things like Rufin suco have become iconic characters for generations. And and I'm very proud of that. And then LX certain things like Rubio's. It goes like my t shirt line and a lot of these things. And then fans are like don't forget that you have. A Disney original character. Like, yeah. Yeah. That's kind of big and the first Asian American Disney hero. Oh, yeah. That's kind of a big deal forgot about that. But he's one of those great characters where he was Asian American. And he was hip hop in a skater, and it was like. It was. So like, I don't when the cast me. I remember I was on a press tour with the form press and whatnot. And it was really it's like Kim possible is there and the the musical high school musical kids were there. And then I'm there representing Jake long. And I remember explained to them like, yeah. This is so exciting that you know, you have a hip hop show on. On Disney channel, the president of Disney. We have what they hired me like to play American dragging what you're going to get all of me. I'm doing this. And they they actually live improv Latin. Oh, who really was like, I think half the stuff we said was like nineties hip, hop jargon in the two thousands or like, they're really letting those pretty money. It was pretty good. And then my other connection to your roles that you've played my last name is. Okay. So when hook came out all the sudden everybody, I was no longer Brandon. She oh, exactly. Very cool. So I I've been connected to you. I was at a JC L conference years ago, and it is screening of a movie that you had done. It was it was about a Filipino family debut. Yeah. The debut debut, and they did that that was cool. It's the first Philipino American film. In- deftly honored to be in that film, and my along of my brothers. And and I've been a part of the Asian American film movement for the last decade almost all kind of culminated crazy, rich, Asians, and we have another film coming out apartments. From that film. And we're all friends a lot of us filled. Asian American film community in Hollywood. And we're really well connected in a malicious film that produced empty by design, which is closing the L Asian film festival this year next week. And so that's Davies a part of that whole movement. I was talking with Garrett Wong a couple of weeks ago. And he he called a homey shots. He called you the most famous Asian actor here in America. Dhec. Thank you, Gary. That's crazy. I mean. I don't know. I mean, there's so many John show. There's like so many great Asian actors our friends for our generation. I just I don't know. It's not I know what he's saying. And we've talked about me, it's not even most famous so many other great famous Asian actors just because I've stumbled upon certain iconic characters I think he puts me in that category, which I get he's like he's like, you're not hamsters like this. I you walk like. And you can't I we don't plan for any of that. I mean, his phantom, right? And you try to explain phantom to people outside of phantoms or the Comecon world outside of people to come come world. And I'm always like, you don't know. It's like you could be on a big show. But no, one cares about your character. Or you could be a small character on other show, but it's the world, and I try to explain to people in Hollywood agents because now come kinds of big buzzword writing phantoms a big thing. Everyone wants to get some on the panel, then wanna do this and they wanna make money? I'm like first of all you need really get involved understand how the world works. What do you mean? Go do you know, one of the biggest phantoms is one of these phantoms in all the comic world. And now like who like well, obviously, like Star Wars Star Trek. Yeah. Goes what rivals them is supernatural? Don't like what you like what I'm like super Nash the show that's still on. Seventeen seasons on like supernatural is as big as Star Wars in the Comecon. We're so we know that but to someone who doesn't understand the world. They're like their minds are blown the like, I know you're standing exactly you bet. A get involved before you think you're just get come into a culture. It's a culture. And I if you don't understand the culture, you're just going to be an outsider in here trying to make money, and it's not that's not what it's about. Welcome to the band of podcast live from paradigm. Highs fandom expo. I am brand new show. And joining me today, I've got my co host the legendary acre man, Nick English, and we have Luke and Brayden joining us today as well. Welcome guys. Hello. All right. So we are out of high school. We're talking about fandom because that's what we do as rating. What is your number one fan? I like marvel marvel. Okay. Very good. All right. Like, the movie in the comics. I like movies I've seen have you read any of the comics as well. I read a few not very many. All right. So what is who is your favorite marvel character? Then. What will will will boilers? Whoa. Hold on. I'm pretty sure that there's not others said the spoiler window is closed. But we try to give it another week or so. No spoilers on this one. All right. We got no spoilers. So you like iron man, DMC, you what is it about iron man that you liked the most I like his technology because it's like really futuristic. It's almost magic, aren't you? See Clark sufficient level of technology is distinguishable for magic. And I tell you an Infinity where I'm not going to end game. Because we're we're we're close we're close, but Infinity War, I had a friend say well now now iron man's just a wizard because with that nanotechnology he can do whatever he wants comes on like. Like, not even robotic anymore. Yeah. So the comics in the comics that's the extremists suit, and it's Nanno bots that are inside of his bones where where the bone marrow goes that's not just like organic electronics. Yeah. Basically like, he stores his suit in his bones. And then those the nanotech comes out, and they replicate and they can fix themselves, basically aweso piece of walking technology. Right, right. I mean, I can see why him and doctor strange did not get along because they both basically, our our magic facial hair Bros. What is your favorite, Harry Potter, Harry Potter? I saw the lightning bolt on your head. So is Harry Potter your favorite character from that as well. Now, who's your favorite Harry Potter care? That's what you're not supposed to say that name dark. Mark is that I can't where's your dark? Mark. My lake on. What's it? Wait, wait. He's he. I believe you trust them. I got it from a stick doing fifty miler hike that whoa. It's a legit dark. Bark talked to him now. You're partial Deng. Yeah. All right my heavens. All right. Let's see what I was your guys age. My number one fandom was probably I think that was probably about the time that Star Trek Voyager was coming out. Star Trek by Watson to say. But you need to see Star Trek. Star Trek is a man's. You get to watch any today. All right. Well, that's awesome. It is on Netflix. S? It is. So I mean, so, you know, excuses MBA. Yeah. I watched Star Trek before I go to bed every night, which one depends on the day. But usually it's the original series, and I can be asleep by the time like the credits. The opening credits or does. I watched the first two seasons as you get further than I I have watched many of the season I finished it. But I was watching agent Carter today. Did you hear the official announced on the Disney plus streaming service? They are going to be doing a ghost rider series. Starring Robbie Reyes. So that's I mean, they're they previewed that agents of shield, and so now they're going to be doing a full blown series TV series based off of that. So is awesome. That's pretty cool. Just one more reason to get that Disney vault streaming service. He'd no matter. How much you want to call it? Disney vault is still called Disney. Plus, I will always call it. Disney vault. All right. Well, thank you guys for joining us and be sure to be sure to check them out. You guys have have anything that you want to blog? It any any Instagram's riding. Okay. And should we just read Harry Potter is that what is that what your recommendation our game watch game? Then we can all everybody in the world would watch endgame. Then we could talk spoilers because we're getting pretty close is close. It is very close. Kill you. One of Attica Daba. Okay. All right. We are back. We are here with is it Isaac. What is your favorite phantom orchestra orchestra? Awesome. Awesome. So like what I'm going to take a stab in this dark based off of what your shirt says you play violin? What is it that you love about orchestra? Specifically here at this school. It's just amazing that way it's just everybody's so close and we play music together. We get closer we play concerts. We've got a lot of people at the concerts. So is it the performances you think that your favorite part? That and just kind of hanging out with everybody. Sometimes formats is people we went on a tour recently to Seattle, and it was really cool stopped the voice to Portland Oregon to Seattle Seattle. What's your favorite song that you've done? What your orchestra? Let's see. We have a lot. Have you played Star Wars. Van abandoned. But now the orchestra has I was in band. So I think if you could hide to call up that's a good one. Complicated music. There really is. Yeah, it was a really beautiful arrangement. That's cool. That's cool. One of the coolest things about being in a large group of something. Whether or not it is a singing group where you're seeing a dance or an orchestra or band or even a theater, right? Or like, you're in a play together is that you instantly get a bond with everybody. That's there performing with you, and you literally instantly get like thirty friends like rat away. So it's one of the coolest things I've been in a lot of performing groups in my days show, you every single one of them. I have had a kinship in a bond with the people that are there even to this day. And it's fun. I mean, even through college, and after college and theater, and podcasting whatever it is. Like, you always get performing. You performing is something that's very powerful. And it's a fun fan of, you know, I think if you do it, right? All phantoms are kind of like that. The geeky dings here here. This is our third convention in a row third weekend in a row that we've been convention and one of the things that I love about doing that is I love seeing my friends that I just see the conventions there. And so when you're doing your phantom, right? And you'll find other people who love it you work together. And you and and you have that bond and you see him as the best feeling in the world. So awesome. Well, thank you for joining us Isaac. K we are we're back at paradigm phantom expo. We didn't really go anywhere. Too far. We are with Weldon Weldon. What is your favorite fandom? Oh, let's see. Well, like, I like earlier music music music. What what do you play the triangle based on your shirt? That's the deathly hallows. Oh, yes. Yes. That's scary Potter. I do. I'm just being silly play the piano. Wow. Inist? He's a very talented. Instrumental. That's cool. That's cool. So are you the next Billy Joel? I don't know. You're the piano match you ever noticed that the piano, man. The song piano man starts out with a harmonica solo which is awesome is about that. He had oh, man. But there's a harmonica solo intro. I'm just saying heart of Billy's genius. You. You're like, oh, this song is the piano, man. I'm I'm going to expect this and very clearly it was not. All right. So what do you like about the piano? Was it something that you were drawn to or where your parents like, hey, you should play this. And then you fell in love with it. Well, no, I was drawn to it. Now started. Four. So I've a long time. But it's my passion a love music. Do you write music as well? Or it's called composition oak. Do you compose your own renditions of harmonious tunes? Melodic tune sorry harmonious would be different. Well, they. Do you find any inspiration from TV shows or movies or books that you read? Well, I guess. You don't I can just hear it in my head. That's where it comes through the voices. I have those two slightly different slightly different. Okay. Okay. Yeah. It's just hear the music in my head can play it and. Know it's comes and now it's right it down. So would you say it's like the force that flows through you. And so the emperor is the voice in your head saying, do wait, wait the music food. Through. How it is. That could actually end up in episode nine. I mean, we get the team laugh at the end of the trailer. So they're teasing whatever. Then. All right. Yeah. Well, now that we've lost Nick. Thank you for joining us and thanks for sharing your passion for music and the phantom of music, but you're welcome. Thank you. All right, guys. What is your name's max max, I'm Ben? All right. So let's start with max max, what is your favorite phantom? I really like marvel marvel like like the movies, the comics the TV shows what what kind of marvel do you like all of them. I mostly like the movies. Which which is your favorite movie in the marvel cinematic universe. If he's just Thor we might have to know completely fine answer. I love movies this guy over here you on that he's smarter than me in that. Well, but that is incorrect. Okay. I'll give you that category. So what's your favorite movie max? I liked the gardens galaxy. Oh, yeah. That is also my son cobras favourite guardians of the galaxy. Which one of the guardians is your favorite rocket. I am grew. All right. Let's positives for. Okay. All right. Yeah. All right. Bye. We got a pas I I got because they're going to have a live show up on the stage. So let's let's come back and just say, okay. All right now that there there's a pause in the in the microphone on the stage. Okay. Ben, ben. Yeah. Then what your favorite tandem, probably the MC MCI. Okay. So popular choice. Same question, which is your favorite movie? It's a hard choice. I can't believe you ask that. It's like asking you what you want on your mind. Like right now, you can tell me which one of your your children is your favorite child. Yes. Okay. All right. But I choose a boy and a girl. Okay. So what was your favorite movie, I'll ably Spiderman homecoming Spiderman homecoming that is also our co hosts favorites MC, you movie, she said schooling is it. I like how he's in school, and he has to figure that out and the whole the whole game. They call them gain key in the movie. Well, you like Ned. Yeah. I mean Ned I with nets the guy in the chair. I'm the guy on the chair. I sit at the computer. I I'm not going to go out there and be a superhero. But I could be the guy on the chair. I'll be the superhero right because I'm the ninja. Guys believe that I'm an NGO. Oh, I I'm planning training to be an engineer. Yeah. Really black belt honestly one hundred percent. I've got a few of them. Okay. He's got a few black belt saw sorry anyway. So I'm training to be an engine. He's ned. I not quite spineless superhero. Do we call ourselves? The dynamic do note. Do not is that what we really call ourselves. We're we're gonna we're gonna have a workshop then. Okay. We'll. So what is it about? What is it about? Homecoming that you love it's funny and. I don't know. There's just a good one. All right. Spiderman is awesome. We can identify with him. So all right, guys. Thank you for being on the fan of podcasts. Stop the presses. All right. We are here with Keegan at the paradigm high phantom expo, Keegan what is your favorite fandom sports sports? The sports ball. What is your favorite thing about sports ball? It's a lot of fun to play play a lot of underplaying. Okay. Which one are all of them are which one's your favorite. If you had to pick a patriot. Yeah. Yeah. Pick your favorites. I'll say basketball. Ooh basketball. You john? I'm a heat Larry huge jazz fan of the Utah Jazz. You know, who I'm a huge fan. I like Rudy Gobert and I like Donovan Mitchell Joe Ingles. How do you not like Donovan Mitchell? My favorite jazz person of all time is the legendary hot rod Hundley along with Ron Boone. And we are live at the delta center for this. You probably doesn't even know who hot rod Hundley is. You know, who is let's see sports announcer was the radio and video and TV announcer for the Utah house. You gotta love it baby. You're making yourself look old, Nick. I know, but I love hot rod hot rod Hundley. What is it about sports that makes it your favorite phantom? You like participating in. It is that what is that? I like per -ticipant in sports participating in sports. That's awesome. Is it is it the fact that you're going to go out there and get some exercising on? Or is it the fact that you get to work with a team or what what is your? What is it about participating? That's awesome. I like to spend time with my friends. Cool. It's it's about the friendships phantom phantom is very much about the friendships and the sports ball could definitely sport this sports ball. Go local sports. I like sports, but it's the running joke that I don't know anything about sports because he's really into sports. Really? No. I'm really into the jails because he's really into sports. I am really into sports. Just just like. All right. All right. Nevermind nevermind. We'll ignore. Nick. That's that's that's par for the course with him. Anyway. So cool. Well, thank you for joining us skiing on the fan of podcast. Thank you them much. But let me join you guys. All right. We are live with Marion's, yadda and Brindley Brindley. Alright, what is your favorite fandom, Harry Potter? Harry. Potter Holmes, Sherlock Ol-? You guys earned the wrong country is what is what I'm hearing. I want to London, but it's fine. I'll just die to Hardaway start saving those pennies literally have three pennies in my bag can't use pennies in London. They use euros. Right. No, no. I don't hounds pounds. I've got a lot of pounds. Yeah. You do. He has a lot of pounds. Right. Oh, not that kind. Not that guide. Okay. All right. So why is Harry Potter your favorite? Okay. People everybody. That was really good. Don't encourage him. Don't have any. Did you put your name file? Okay. That wasn't as good. All right. All right. Okay. We wanted to Marianne things about Harry Potter, never many, different themes and characters in depth in Harry Potter, and there's so much reality to it. And when people say, it's for kids kids can't truly appreciate all of thieves and stuff like that. I'm going to have to make I'm going to have to make you explain one thing you said there's a lot of reality in Harry Potter. So like if I went over to all of Andrews over there, the booth selling those wan's is be real. Only does it's all event got it was the right impasse. Does not leave. You saw. I know. I know I know, but you were on the first one. So I think it's more in the context of like, okay? So you can take you can take a prejudice against blood purity and switch it to racism, and it works in many different ways. Like love can't love isn't always in a romantic way. And you do lose people all of the time, and it's not always going to be like happily ever after. Okay. I like that. It's it's a great way for people to begin to get. Introduced to difficult concepts. All right. All right Sherlock is your like your favorite. Well, I really like shows like NCIS in criminal minds and stuff so things that are like mystery. And you've got to like figure out who killed who who done it. Yeah. I really like those kinds of shows and Sherlock Holmes, just like NCIS is like kind of boring to me there's not a lot of humor in it. But Sherlock Holmes is just like. So funny, and like are you specifically talking about the one with Benedict Cumberbatch? Okay. Yes. Just making sure because there's a lot of versions, and there's a lot of jokes. And there's a lot of inside jokes. And that's just what makes to show. Luckily, different from other crime shows. Okay. All right. So you liked the difference? You like the fact that it's more like a movie because each episode is really a movie of its own like the really long episodes. Sometimes it's annoying because they're so long. But then again, the episode the better things you can fit into it. Okay. That is very cool. Well, thank you for sharing your favorite phantoms with us. Thank you. All right. We are still at the phantom expo, and we have Megan Meghan and Jaden. Okay. So we're going to ask you guys what your favorite phantom is. So what's your favorite fan of? Probably an anime coastal metal alchemist. Or are there for sure? Okay. Sure. So why why do you love mill alchemists? It's so dark. It's dark. Okay. So one of my favorite things about that. Anime is the the brother that's the little kid. You just like him because he's short. No, he he's he's a full like armored. Oh, you're out. Yeah, he's my favorite because and I love that. They actually can make his voice sound like he's inside a helmet the whole time. So tell me what your favorite like part of that is just the darkness and then. It's just. I started re watching it for the first time and like every okay? So you re watched it for the first time. I watched I'm routing it again. Okay. She's really watching for the first time. She's never really watched. Okay. I got you. So this is the second time, you're watching it. It's just a full of surprises. Like every episode is just like the dog. That's not the dog, which no the daughter the camera that was. Terrible. So so I'm getting a dark vibe from you. And I'm okay with that favorite character, and Harry Potter's probably I'm not going to say, I'm not going to save a little more. But maybe bell tricks. I've never seen Harry Potter. That's okay. Everybody. What? Are you? Hiring is good. It's good. It's a good one. Okay. So what's your favorite? I really like, Harry Potter marvel. Harry Potter marvel that has been a theme today met a lot of people talk about Harry Potter and marvel so Lebanon at the same time. Okay. So what is your favorite, Harry Potter Potter marvel mash up? I'm just kidding. Just tell me what your hair Harry Potter. What's your favorite thing is the best Harry Potter? The first one. But really Columbus does are all just so little cute. It just introduces the story and such a great way. Wow. I don't know. I don't know if I've ever heard anyone say that that's their favorite the first one. Yeah. It's like saying the first Star Wars is your favorite because the start of the story is what makes it good. What are you doing here? Right now. Okay. We're interviewed interview Osco. Thanks for coming. Okay. So we are here. Again. What was your name? Timothy Timothy Timothy will you tell me what your favorite phantom is like within like movies or like, that's the fun thing about phantoms. Is it can be anything that you want? There's one person that's an orchestra was his favorite fan though. There was somebody else's said Harry Potter. It's another person that said you. So what is your favorite phantom ping pong ping pong table tennis. Okay. So do you use the Asian style? When you hold your paddle or do you use the American style nowadays man could stay tell everybody who doesn't know anything about ping pong what the differences. More risk control more risk controls. So how do you hold your paddle? If you are using American style holding the paddle you just just hold it and stick your finger cross. So you hold it. So that the paddle is on the outs like above your hand. Like, you're holding a sword right or like a knife or something like that? And how how do the Asian Asian people hold their paddle like a pencil upcycle pencil that don't they usually hold it upside down? Okay. So when I was in college, I played a lot of table tennis. And I used to play American style. But then I started playing Asian, and I'm actually better I feel like I have better control for it. So what what do you love most about table tennis? Hand eye coordination just getting so you in a league or anything like what are you? You just do it at home, or I just do it with of people that I know. Yeah. So you like the competitiveness of it. Or do you like just being with friends like just being friends, you know? And that's the great thing about fandom is that it can bring people together. No matter what it is whether or not it singing, or it's superman more it's captain America or a bunch of people hanging out talking about phantoms. Well, thanks for being on the podcast today, buddy. Talking about table tennis. That's awesome. All right. We are here with what is your name. Oliver oliver. Okay, Oliver you are wearing an awesome 'cause play and 'cause play is a huge fan of. We talk all about phantoms here on the fan of podcasts. So tell me what you're dressed as and tell me why you specifically chose this 'cause play to do so. Yeah, I'm dressed as a Warlock from destiny destiny. Oh video games. See here. We go. Yeah. So. He's being distracted by. Skinny boy and a tank top. Now, this is my friend Daniel Daniel, do you want to be on here here? Throw these on grab that mic. Right. That one's a little short. I'm sorry. Are you go? I turned it down. So those loud, I can hear myself. All right, Daniel. So we're talking about destiny here. Do you play destiny? I do. Okay. So crazy taking game. But he is he's a he's a Warlock from destiny you guys both big gamers. Yeah. Yeah. Probably say what council? Do you have? European guy. Right. I am a PlayStation guy. But know, most people make fun of me because I don't have a PlayStation for yet. You know, there's no geek keeping here. We don't judge because true I play an Xbox One. So everybody hates me for that. So I've play on XBox onto. That's my that's mine of choice. I still keep with my PlayStation two. So I still got my three sixty and my studio so yeah, my three sixties my garage somewhere in a box. Yes. So a lot of people talk about how they don't like Disney to quite as much as just anyone like, I don't know. I guess I kind of agree with that. I mean when it first came out, it was all cool. But. So many people were saying that the maps were like, yeah. Regenerated off the first game. And a lot of the characters of the same development wasn't very strong. And yeah. Yeah. Bought it. And I totally saw that in the first game. And then my computer couldn't run the game anymore. So I was like well, a waste of money because my computer can't play it and the game is trash. Let's that the. Three months of it's coming out. Yeah. So what is it that you like about gaming so much? Like why is that become a fan? What does it? What does? I don't know. I think it's a great way to connect with people like especially pastime as well. Yeah. That's true. It's it's very fun hobby unless you come home from work, and I'm just so tired says he's just sit down, and I can do is my fingers. That's a that's a good point. I I I mean, I I have when I was eight years old. I got my first any s told I am I'm not really. But I remember for my birthday I gotten any S and ever since then I've been a gamer. It's been a big part of my life. And for me what what is nice. It's the way that I can decompress I can forget about all of the stress that I have going on around the world. And then I can just kind of focus on one thing for a little while I and and for me, that's I mean that's therapeutic for me. And so it's fun. What other? So as a phantom gaming can be misunderstood. Because there's a lot of people online like you guys talk about how you like to connect with people. Do you feel like that the gaming community and people are lot online are good people to connect with or depends. I to say because what you said that. I was like oh my gosh. There's a lot of people on line. That are really mean. If you're talking for tonight, then. Yeah, there's a lot of. Angry five year olds. Yeah. There are a lot of people who go out and play games any game in general can be a game where you just rage on it. Like a snake is a great game. Very easy people can rage on that easier. I feel like a lot of people especially have gone to four nine and games like that. And so people know it as a rage game. Just because so many young kids playing it. It's just not fun to play with them anymore. I think I think it's definitely maturity thing. Yeah. Like, actually, I have my setting. So I can't talk to people online automatically. They have to be one of my friends. Oh, yeah. And I really like that because really smart way to do it. Yeah. That way like I know who I'm talking to nobody's gonna cut out, my, mom, whatever. Which is really great sand. So I mean, as we know in any type of phantom, there can be good and bad. And the best thing to do is seek out the good I've been focused on that. And it feels like that's what you guys have done. I appreciate it guys talking to me today. Yeah. And I hope you have fun of the expo. Thanks. Thanks. Thank you. All right. That wraps up episode two hundred and fifteen if you want to tell us what your favorite phantom is. And why it's your favorite fandom joined the Facebook group by going to phantom podcast dot com slash group next week. We are going to be celebrating mother's day. And we will be talking about our favorite moms from across the fan diverse. So if you have some that you want to submit sure to do that in the Facebook group to until next time may the fandom be with you. All right. So with the microphone when you're recording you want to especially in a noisy place like this. You want to keep it close to your mouth and you wanna try to avoid p-. Well, this one's got the foam shield on that one does too. So I think okay. Yeah. Just keep it within a couple inches of of your mouth. Okay. Eat the microphone nam nam nam nam nam like that. I'm not I'm. Right. That sounds really weird. We'll we'll put someone else in there. The cool thing about podcast is they're not live. You can edit them together. And when things don't ever like cut that it is completely live all the time. You'll be live. So. All right. Are we recording? All right. We are here again at the paradigm phantom expo. We have a very special guest here. She's a very special woman that has had a lot of influences in the lives of many people. There's a lot of people that know her she's kind of a big deal. We have. A woman of many names and of many hats, she is Gino gino's pizza. Also known as Jeannie to lean also known as mother, if you say, what do you call her Nick's mother swan do we want to keep doing this while the song's going on or maybe we should maybe shooting Hawes? We'll do it again. There's there's a lot of background music. She was up had never though to make them a well come here. Ooh. Some things are just the. Make them by. Cruise. No, all right. Everyone's entitled to their opinion. You know, what I can talk. For hours about Harry Potter. But we could talk about that too. If you want. All right. All right. So welcome. I'm I say welcome back every time, but you don't need to because in the audio. It's just going to be a blip.

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20190822

Brethren of the Lord Jesus Christ

31:52 min | 1 year ago

20190822

"No i'm doing a quick post this morning. So what's new is that i have actually this is my third day in the cabin so so stay forty eight hours in the cabin but now this is my third day and i stated because i was very tired actually been sleeping a lot and interesting. I guess it's water so i didn't have the energy to go back to civilized world and since i seek pension i can do this without major trouble. Though of course there's still trouble when you so when you disturb the daily routines to other people so on but i didn't get major trouble which i think would get if i was working. So if i was working a paid job with with oh well we should be holding the head ourselves had being details. Christ and north was assessed. The head of a man is jesus christ. The head of the woman is the man so we should be holding the head. Turn down. Basically i'm out to the churches more or less and i'm listening to people it's the justin you choose who grew up youtube account justin huges and then it's <hes> jack smack seven seven and as i said before i think the conclusion for that i come to regarding these two people said jack smack seven seven correct doctrine. Justin uteruses knocked but i believe yes. The news is saved mountain because i he's got so much spiritual knowledge so let's say demand can teach heresy. He's going to see the back three loft for this podcast episode so i think i've with his podcast casilda. I've done seven pulled costs during this little cabin trip <unk> them schedule them so. Let's get you in my head of time that way. I don't have to continuously. You know work with them. I just work with them. Once a week. It would be too much otherwise what is the leaving of congregation. People have different opinions about up this the bible. What does the bible say. The axeman talked about that the aleve over a a charge that is you should charge that has adamant of work salvation that they're teaching and i think that's true. Do i think <hes> you know that the the charts with two timothy three ki symbols definitely works ovation est. I think that the shorts that i'm currently you know back to the member. Oh oh i think i am spent the coastal evangelical church that i think it's got some works. There are some unsaved allegations in the leadership not necessarily all of them but <hes> you know day do do be surprised how much harm a single elder can do in charge the go-to that is very active and you know he's looking for that that harvest as he goes to where a._c.'s people who perceive have no only goes to christ and then he just destroys them you know because he's bad fruit so so he just entering the church would be a problem to anyone who's truly born. Oh christ in awe of god when again aw you'll be surprised how much harm a single on sade works ovation. It's can do a judge. Is that these tornado we the keys to the church so i don't have a charge and because that was accused by this <unk> two timothy three christian in which i would describe as a notional christian who does have a son that could be saved and then he has another sound that is a notional kristen aw so we have a son that's that show signs of being born again could actually be born again and this son he prayed to get a a godly wife and he was given a godly wife but you know he's father was this antic does is not decres. It's two timothy timothy three cristiano. You know an anti christ definitional an anti christ is just someone who does it has not been baptized in the holy ghost. That's an anti christ. Someone who you know professes to be a believable. Oh jesus christ ashton has not been baptized in the holy ghost has not been regenerated that person is an anti christ and <hes> so it's not like there's one anti christ in the world no order the back then when the letters were written or was it in john in the gospel to know exactly what it says in the new testament already now there are many anti anti christ's in the world so yeah i think enormously many anti christ now but <hes> you know that's life and that's why i still listen to justin users because you regarding this. He the only does dishonor somebody's baptist in lagos. Do not why back when you look upon jack smack seven seven. He basically does everything thing by doctrine there. If someone doesn't have grace you consider that person to be lost and it does one know them so if you have not tasted listed that god has grace you know then you're either lost or babe in christ and he says so when you mature for you realize that god has infinite grace adventure back there guarding justin usually he says he's the victim god's grace and i get the because he's has he has always hated the world and so on. I just get the feeling that this man doesn't have much love for anyone in this world and because of that at the he he teaches these heresy and he knows that once saved through but now teaches heresy of that it's not true because a off of the people who teach that it's true you can teach that once saved always saved is not is true and still be you know not anti christ so these are your warrior this this <hes> mm-hmm justin users. He's got a selfish branch as he says he wants. Ordeals equals that now he's now he's actually soldiers but he made an ordeal longtime ago via south branch. I think that selfishness that he teaches <hes> that you can lose your salvation to those except himself you know to everyone accepting south and then i was thinking choice i i. That's how i believe. I believe we have two camps found one camp that he doesn't really care about he teaches to force doctrine and the other campers probably himself and his wife and maybe one or two probably brethren he teaches true doctrine. That's how i believe. He does it then and i wasn't called up with a guy an old man before i go i was in in contact. I was kind of my this stuff and so on an old man called <hes> glenn keeley who lives in conspiracy theorist in canada. I bought his books <hes> yeah he <hes> <hes>. He said that he would be the wall a lot. You build a wall outside your cost laxity on the wall. You build this this kind in a dam or river. This brook whatever this dike dyke filled with water outside the cost so that people can't get across and similarly built kind of a wall and it was not a wall of physical wall. It was a war of words where he had double meanings to the same words have one meaning for those who are within another meeting for those without a bit similar to he's speaking parables but this this man. I don't think he was not saved. You know he was not saved man but i think he had enough truth to sway a lot of people but they actually managed. I heard somewhere that the christians managed to kind of put it manage to to to to <hes> get through his wall. You could say the christians because the christie obviously the those who understand those who have been a born again they have the ultimate knowledge so he wasn't able to fool them and same thing with this other guy cutting through the matrix dot com called alan what a <hes> he also had people and if i just had been a christian back then he would not being <music> able to fool me either and that's the more the more fake you have the beker you know i'd that point that you know he thought that kim games wasn't homosexual taught that you know he had burned this bridge to the christians you know but what about jesus christ you know first of all. I don't think can gains wasn't homosexual but that's beside the point. You know it's it's not about king james. It's about jesus christ and his word you know so for some people jesus christ these hayden to them they they they can't go beyond <hes> men here on earth because they have never experienced anything supernatural in they not been baptized in the holy ghost for them. You know you can just argue with saying some things like that. That kim games was almost sexual so don't read the king james bible and he also claimed that this body was acclaimed. It's not it's not the philosopher alain what but actually the philosophies alan watts. It's not that guy. It's another guy called out on what the scottish person i bought his staff office well and he <hes> was freemasonry basically or so this guy kept yankee was also salat of freemasonry in there but i wouldn't say maybe not freemason if he was more like a cedar all symbolic knowledge more being always <unk> was bit schizophrenic in his personality type but when i say schizophrenic i mean as some schizophrenics will what what you know what is defined by society <unk> schizophrenia is actually not something that the bible recognizes so we shouldn't go in there but some of these people what i've noticed that they can develop that develop their own kind all <hes> <hes> put it there kind of of symbolism at their own kind words and he did that and i've seen many of these people who get this diagnosed with that they have this ability and it's actually nothing to do with the deceased so it's a it's. It's actually something that is useful. The usually based on their experience you know somehow so but the day's work for the within psychiatry because they you know the psychiatrists yes dab would science. I it's got nothing to do with the truth so <hes>. I don't want to talk about it. I rather to say it's not in the bible you know and we can't surreally judge people by bite either because you know as i said it's not in the bible. <hes> you know everything from revelation from god to to <hes> <hes> disorders can be you know term the with psychiatric terms so so we can't really use psychiatry so at as in terminology it's comes because it just doesn't get any direction action whatsoever. <hes> psychiatrist is of the devil his father satan and and is generally very rich person you know they're so this mom only role there and if they don't the follow their rules the rules they can lose their license to practice they have loans low so tied up slaves for satan sleighs for this wall then and <hes> so we country but there are some things the bible that could be described. You know you have the strong solution. The storm dilution in the bible <hes> god gives them strong lucien because there are pressuring unrighteousness but as i said we call on juice that would do but my point is that and i'm not saying that you know he was but he had some high functioning people are very reminiscent dough all of those you know you can even say gurus who create their own religious kind of our municipal because he basically create their own based on that experience you know and it becomes <hes> like doctrine for them. You know no but it's <hes> it's really their personal. Philosophies not is false prophets so but this guy as i've i go back to this he developed us method that he used host double meanings for words and sometimes i've wondered if justin users also have this double meanings for words and i started to see just new fords was profit but i see a spiritual <hes> maturity in just in news that makes me believe that he saved the false prophet death and these are not really cold false prophets in the bible they are called <hes> <hes> apostates <music> that continues sound doctrine in that seems to be the case with just the news because if you try to if you come sending me mates about through doctrine about wrong with some doctrine you know he doesn't want anything to do with you. Also <hes> i think we can go go there and talk about that now. The steward that the parable of the stuart i'm gonna go. Let's see a steward steward by the way i found this regarding fear. I'm gonna take this just talk about this. Jack seven seven said that we should not fear anyone but it's not true. That's in the bible that we should fear of course we should affair god but apart from god. Is there anything else we should fear yeah. There's render therefore toured the juice tribute to whom tribute is you custom to custom fear doom fear owner to whom owner so we are to render fear to fear and this mentioned in romans thirteen where they talk about let every soul be subject onto <unk> the higher powers we should fear the higher power you know and i don't see these <unk> said you know the the local church powers i see this as as the authority judges courts police they they carry out the water's. There's a reason to there is no power back of god the powers that be ordained of whoever therefore the sisters policies the ordnace us oh god and they <unk> to themselves damnation for rulers are not the territory to good works but to evil without and not be afraid the power do that which is <unk> have praise of the same so aw there are people in judges who want to be rulers. You know why there's two timothy three chris said in the beginning that he wanted he wanted to he was a leader in was to be christ in their life and or this kind of stuff any basically wants to be ruler and i don't think he saved he wanted to also he tried to become you know local representative for for a political party where i live so he wants to rule over people and when i mentioned this all these christians that have been killed by the catholics he said yeah we killed many a new story so he identified with his catholics who murdered you know the the some there are bad people among in the christian congregation some of these people blockchain running churches and are the most energetic people about pre ebb saying that they have jesus christ in your your face and <hes> you know searching you out if you ha- if you believe in jesus christ and so on and <hes> the the this is they're very deceptive very very deceptive person off the real rulers but of course we should stay away from these people <unk> perennials times two timothy three kitchens. We should turn away from these people but i realized that this exists in the local shortages that i go to my whole attitude toward short changed because suddenly i realized that i had to turn away from certain people in churches working charge. It also means that i can't really you know i might table to get out of there in five seconds all the time so you know i'm not really i. I won't have security charges again. I might you know <hes> i avoid loyd sometimes and so on but that's not what it means. The aroma thirteen here those rule ooh because you know they were to be counselors. The bishops are not rulers. They counselors so the rulers here talking about like kings a- an authority in society the wicked authority secular authorities. That's what they're talking about. We should fear them. You know that's what they're saying and that's a healthy are found that regarding the police. You know you shouldn't contact with if if there's trouble we should fear them. Because of course sometimes doesn't mean you can neighbor contact the police but if you have some personal strife between now the person you don't contact the police <hes> but you know if you if your wife is raped by a group of robbers who break down your door and so on that that's the different issue of course it can conduct police anyway what i was going to look at something we were going to start with steward steward steward the parable of the steward here faithful invite steward luke twelve and the lord said where is this now. This was another one of the steward. I hear this look sixteen ecksteen. I'm going to read a bit from look sixteen to start with here and then i'm going to explain what justin interpreters and he said also on the disciples there was such a rich man which had a steward and the same was accused onto him that he had wasted his goods. The woman said onto him. How is it that i hear the this'll be given accountable. Stewardship for foul may be no longer steward than the steward george said within himself. We'll shall i do for my lord taketh away from me the stewardship i cannot dig to beg. I am ashamed. I am resolved what to do that and when am put out to the stewardship that they may receive me into their houses so we called every one of his lord's debtors onto onto the i how much older style onto my lord and he said an hundred measures avoid and he said onto him take the bill and sit down quickly right fifty then said said he to another and how much does he said an hundred measures so wheat and he said i don't team take the bill of rights for score and the little commander the understood because he had done wisely. That's the the the thing i want you to remember for. The children of this world are in their generation wiser. The children of light and i say onto you make yourself friends so the mom on of our righteousness at when you say they may receive endeavor lasting habitations he that is faithful in the in the in that which is leased fe is faithful in that a also in the in much and he that is unjust in the list is on just also much if therefore you have not been faith for the brightest moment who will commit to your trust the true riches and have not been faithful in that which is another man's who shall give you that which is zero no sarvant conserve moisture's either for either he will hate the one on love the other or else elsie we hold to the one and the spicy are you despise the other. You cannot serve god and mom now. This parable is contradictory because it says you cannot serve got a momma but samsung says make friends with with the children on mamoon so so how is this <hes> <hes>. I think there are multiple meanings in this parable is quite an interesting parable for example since mamonas corrupted is corrupted. You are allowed to be corrupted erupted <hes> towards mama you know mama is based on corruption so so he he <hes> he did this. His you know he gave back the debt. You know that that's actually a crime and all so is to be interpreted symbolically or assist to mature interpreted literally now justin you ch- is interpreted this this way he said that what this is about all the people of this world the broad routers will try to ingratiate themselves to the world to say satan serve people to the atheist start to you know ingratiate themselves to them well. The <unk> lured that jesus christ has rejected them as <unk> them off they try to ingratiate themselves towards <hes> the world and <hes> at the what he didn't understand around about this is that actually says here and the lord commanded the on your stewart because he had done wisely it says so and he says the lord jesus christ. Thank you know the lord jesus christ. He doesn't say that the broad road sets broder's. Go to hell so what he's interpretation of this parable. Just doesn't hold water is just doesn't work out the way he wanted to. He forgot to look at this. He probably ready through quickly and decided the holy ghost has told him it was something that this was the true interpretation or whatever. I don't know really but that's what you can get from justin you choose and you know he wants to interpret report everything. According to his personal doctrine of that person adopt brought drovers go to hell and it's basically church people. I think he has some some truth in what he says but i don't think it's it's all true in or i think he's doing it. <hes> there are people in churches. I think that go to so how but he he's just as i said there's an element of error in what he does and so so that's why i call him <unk> but there's an element of truth in what he does also so that's why i called him an apostate eighth rather than the forest prophet you know <hes> posted the content you sound doctrine by my interpretation of this <hes>. He said we must remember that. He said to to another how must know said and the lord commit commended the understood because he had done wisely for the this world are in their generation wiser than the children of light so maybe what we can say that at this lord. I don't know how to interpret this properly but basically it seems like you are allowed to be many people of this world tried to make friends with each other but many christian people you know it's all about christ so they can't make the contests associated with onset people. Maybe that's not so why so that's what he's trying to say here. You know <hes> you know if you have been baptized in the holy really goes on. It's one saved always saved. You can be nice you know to to the onset but remember we are not to associate with you on savings in the sense is that that they're most that tender mercies his cruelty but still we can be helpful to the because that can help us when we in trouble so i don't. I think it's just interesting thing parable. I don't think we become on clean. When we were talking about the you know the the unbelievers are considered unclean in the new testament in a sense and i'm i'm not saying nothing is on cleaning the new testament except to him that thinks on clean but in the benetton equally joked with be allowed it they do does does call it <hes> the report from the unclean so if we send van something is unclean where it can depart but we can start state. It'd be helpful to do good acts acts of goodness to down saved you know how do we know that that's quite easter knows now. It's not become a show somebody somebody save their unsafe since they can have been saved and then have lost their faith and still be saved you know so but i think that was what i want to say. I want to talk about this parable on this thirty minutes now so i've done a podcast now so i've done seven port cost you in this cabin visit so so grace to all of you who love our lord jesus christ with sincerety bye for now.

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Why Do We Dream?

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

38:38 min | 1 year ago

Why Do We Dream?

"Bramble hi. I'm Emma Chamberlain and this is stupid. Genius the podcast where I'm stupid and I'm also a genius today. We're GONNA be talking about. Why do we dream do we? Actually I think animals dreamed to anyways but before we get into it. Let's talk a little bit about dreaming so I go through phases with dreaming. Sometimes I'm dreaming like every day other times. I'm not dreaming at all. I'll go months without dreaming and then I'll go weeks where I can't sleep without having a dream recently recently been taking a fuck tunnel naps just because I've been like really I don't know I think I'm hormonal so I've been getting really sad sometimes and then when I'm sad I take a nap and then when I wake up I'm like bitch. I don't care anymore. I'm good now so yeah so that's what I'm doing. <hes> I've been doing a lot of naps and every time I've napped recently. I've I've been I've had a completely like life altering dream whether it's a nightmare or just like a crazy dream that is so vivid that when I wake up I'm like shook to my core. I like wake up and I'm like get changed person <hes> because of these dreams that I've been having like okay one of them was that I in my dream I went to an event and add this event. Timothy Shallow may was there. This is not artichoke like I'm not making up the stream and we were placed at the same table and so I was like talking to him and we became friends like instantly and we were like best friends and I was like this is amazing because in real life I'd love to to be best friends with Timothy Xiaomei. I mean who the fuck wooding okay and so yeah anyway I woke up and I was pretty sad. Because I was like holy. Shit I just developed a whole ass friendship with Timothy Xiaomei and my dream and I woke up. She wasn't even real like he doesn't even know why I am like I like I can't I it just slipped through my little fingers. I will get very upset and my a friend was actually at my house when I had this nap and I woke up and I was like yeah I'm sorry but like I'm really upset like I and she was like why and I was like like you don't even know the half of it like I just like I'm heartbroken. We talked about it and I got through it but anyway so so those are the kinds of dreams I've been having that one was the worst but we'll talk more about dreams of the end of the episode because I've had some craziest dreams that have predicted my future and like I won't get into that yet because I'm we'll never get to the actual. I don't know like point of the fucking episode so before we guess why as humans dream of getting to the word of the day so stupid genius word today is Remm sleep into remm state of sleep Ram stands for Vapid eye movement and this is the period of deep sleep a new trim. It's also name of Bantu wrote. A song called tonight swimming because it deserves a quiet night. If you did not know Google it okay. Why am I so I am like the master at entering rem sleep like I'm not even kidding like I literally I lay down and I close my eyes and I'm immediately in rem sleep like it's it's unbelievable and I get into it so quick? I sleep so deep like I'm not kidding. I sleep through alarms. I sleep through like explosions. I sleep through bombs. I sleep through fires. I sleep sleep through like murderer like I literally nothing can wake me up and it's pretty amazing not to mention if you can like have if you can enter rem sleep during a short nap you are that bitch in like. I'm that bitch because I I can do that like I literally I literally lay down and I shut my eyes. I'm dreaming immediately. It's insane and not always but like a lot of the Times it's like that I love that about me so I don't know I mean maybe it's just because I'm sleep deprived so it's really easy for me to like start sleeping deeply because I'm like just I'm craving it at all time so like the second is my body's like between the to get to work. This isn't going to happen for very long in it. Probably you won't ever happen again so like my body's kind of on fighter flight mode when I close my eyes and it's time to just sleep as hard as they can before it's time for me to push it to its limits once again but anyway I would love to know more about rhames Lebron Y._M.. So good at it but that's not what we're talking about today. We're talking about why we dream as humans also. I'm really tired right now for no reason because I got a good night's sleep and I was like leaving the fuck up you know but I'm still really tired so I'm talking a little bit slower slower than normal kind of feel like I'm a little bit. I feel like I woke up drunk this morning and I am not I am not even remotely drunk. I adapt had no alcohol so like why do I feel like but I think like why it's not fair like there are people at clubs last night. I woke up this morning more alert and awake than I did and I didn't even fucking do anything I literally went to like one a. m. and just didn't do shit and I'm like and I feel like I'm hung over so wack. It's just like the universe it's not fair like maybe maybe it should start fucking raging on Saturday nights so that maybe that maybe I'll wake up more alert because I'm fairly what I'm doing. Now isn't working anyway. Let's get into our guesses as to why humans dream. 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It's that easy start saving today on Prime Day and every other day for that matter at honey for free join honey dot com a super genius again that's join honey dot com slash stupid genius honey online savings simplified. Thank you honey. I being the best you guys are drop dead gorgeous. Okay okay. I have to this because okay. This is going to get mixed reviews. My Guess Number One's GonNa get mixed reviews because this is definitely not going to be the right answer but I wanna talk about it anyway. 'cause I like the idea of it but it's definitely not going to be right but then again it's not proven right or wrong so this actually could be right but we just don't know yet as humans so my guess number one is that dreams are a higher power our whether that's like a god or spirit or something we can't comprehend. I don't really know 'CAUSE I. You know I'm not really religious so I am spiritual to my own little ways. Um and I definitely believe in in things but I'm not religious. I don't have a religion that I you know like follow but I do believe in in this shit like in the spiritual shake. You know so like what if it's a higher power speaking to you okay it's like in the only way that it can speak to you is through your dreams because think about it like okay when you're dreaming. It's very subconscious in an unexplained and like the shit that happens in your dreams. How is your brain coming up with that on its own? I think there needs to be another source coming in here in switching switching things around to make you think a little bit more like okay for me for example right you know the universe was trying to say like be patient. You intimidate shallow may will be best friends soon in this is what it's going to be like. It's going to be great but you just need to be patient and you need to D._M.. Him High For the fiftieth time like I I am not cat calling Timothy Xiaomei. I just want to be his friend. That's it like nothing creepy here like literally. I don't even want to like you know when you just see them and you're like okay sorry. Why am I talking about Halloween? This has nothing to do with anything but I do love him a little bit but like just like I just want to be as best he like. I want to be his dog like I want him to literally put a leash igniting not even know Kinky or weird way and just fucking walk me right. I want to be literally his bitch. I don't care like I just like. Oh my God. I'm no regret this. I'm so going to regret this if he ever it somehow he won't but if he ever hears this he won't get. I'm Kidding Hill that I'm serious and he's GonNa be fucking terrified me timmy listen. I'm fucking kidding for one and for two like ever since you were my dream like I've like I felt like I'm your best friend it just as weird for me. It's weird for me because I feel like I know you now. We became best friends of my dream. The thing is here's the question. This is something that makes me that there's a higher power kind of like doing all some some in my dreams right because in my dream like the team of the shallow May that was in my dream how to full personality -ality right like you know saying things that were whatever like had a fully developed personality. How would my brain come up with that shit on its own like that's what I'm wondering like? I feel like you know let's it's just us. I don't let us use some sort of metaphorical term like let's just use it as a broad term as like a higher power like okay God or whatever was like was like we're just gonNA take a clone of Damian put in her dream. I love giving people nicknames. It makes me fucking timmy anyway luxury. I've been talking about that for too. Long now. I dislike seem like a fucking creep for one and my guess number one long story short is that higher powers. Try to speak to you through your dreams yes or no. I see y'all say no because you guys are haters but I believe in like I'll give fifty years in like some sort of like really futuristic scientists will be like that will end up being the right answer okay well. Let's get a little bit more scientific here. Let's see what we can do. <unk> gas number two. Let's get a little bit more biology with it. Okay Jess number two so the only time that you're dreaming is when you're sleeping right and when you're sleeping you're kind of out for the count okay. You're not doing anything. You're being a lazy visas shit. You're not doing anything you're sleeping. You're just laying there being a fucking lump. You're not getting shit. You're not getting anything anything done. You're being a loser and you are wasting time. You are not doing anything with your life and you are wasting so much precious time and you're being a fucking loser. You are just you're. We're just missing out. I'm totally kidding. Sleeping is like literally the best thing that exists but when you're sleeping you're not doing shit. That's what I'm trying to say here and you know your brain is a very active organ in your body right like your brain is like always always moving always always doing more yeah just like your brain is always like it's always awake. Okay so even when you're sleeping and your body is resting. Your mind is still awake because if it is in then you die so what I'm thinking. Is You know when your body's leaving when you're full body sleeping. Your brain is kind of like okay. I don't really have anything to do right now because like you know the body that I'm connected to is just chilling like I don't really have anything to do so like I'm going to start. I'M GONNA put <hes> some place. I'M GONNA put on a play. I'm going to start creating very vivid scenarios. The ages starts having fun and playing around in it creates these dreams right litter like crazy and weird like for for me for example like one time I had a dream that I'm gonNA move away from the Timothy Shallow Dream so that although I love talking about it for some reason like I realized through this episode that I'm really really love talking about that dream and that's something that like they need to talk about with my therapists like what does that mean for me like why am I so obsessed with that dream and why have I talked about it for half of this episode like do I need help and yeah. I like that healthy anyway so I'll get back to you about that next week but another dream dream that I actually a recurring dream is me shitting myself in a Walmart and then having to change my pants like whatever like change my pants like in the Walmart before I get back into my car and the thing that's like the the part of it. That's like scarier makes makes me anxious or makes it almost the nightmares that that like. I'm trying not to get caught by the employees like 'cause I'm literally like nude in public trying to change my pants anyway so what I'm saying is let's refer to that dream for this for this next for the next ex- gas like you know. My brain is just bored right so it's like let's like let's just like kind of like almost put on a movie. It's like putting it's like it's like it's like making a movie in its <unk> self to entertain itself to entertain itself right so like yeah like basically your brain is bored in has nothing better to do so just starts making these vivid mind movies <music> to entertain itself and also just have a little fun. You know what I mean like just like because it has nothing better to do. You feel me. It's not that deep. It's not like it doesn't need to be deep. It's just because your brain is board. Yes yes sir no. How's that guests? No fucking cut my head off then while I'm out it ta God go take a fucking nap while then just stop this episode now. I'm totally getting okay all right whatever yellow let's get into guests number three. This is my most scientific guests. I really have no idea though this might be like the first episode and a while where I don't. I'm not even close to anything like I get everything wrong so let's see what happens. Thank you hellofresh for sponsoring today's episode of stupid genius. If you don't know what hellofresh as it's America's number one meal kit where you can get seasonal recipes A._p.'s that are pre measured in very fresh in very good delivered right to your door. All you have to do is cook it and enjoy it and eat it and share with your friends or don't up to you. 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Normally is right or maybe do you know what it might not be doing a lot less but it might just be. It's working equally as hard but in other areas you know like Oh bitch okay hold on. I decided I something totally dawned on me. I'm going a different route so continuing with that when you're sleeping. Maybe maybe one area of your brain shuts off in another one turns on and or for your brain is using a different area of the brain when you're sleeping that area of the brain being you're sleeping part. I don't like that. I don't think that's right fuck. Maybe maybe the way that the brain works when you're sleeping is just different. You know what I mean because it's not it's not it's not like helping you to pick up your phone out of your pocket right. It's not it's it's like your brain is in doing the day to day shape when you're sleeping. It's just chilling. They're doing other stuff and that is dreaming because when you're sleeping when you're not you're the party your brain that is used for stuff that you do when you're awake such as like walking running you know all that automotive stuff because that the area of your brain isn't being used when you're sleeping. Another area of your brain is being used in that area is where dreams come from that. I'm having a fucking tough time okay but in my onto something you should I keep flushing out going the wrong direction. Oh Shit okay wait. That was my producer. She's helping me make better podcast episodes making sure that like this shit. This shit hits her so let's think here okay the reason why your brain okay so guess number three point five. Where re-routing 'cause I really WANNA try? I you know I really WanNa try so maybe it's your brain practicing scenarios for real life so that you're always on your toes okay because like for example like for the dream that I had about be about shitting and Walmart you know what I have charted many times before and I will probably start again and you know the dream I had helped me learn more more about charting and that was my brain being like I know you do this. So I WANNA help you get more experienced than the shorting field without you even having to live that shit no pun intended AH funny but yeah like it's like it's like your brain kind of practice running scenarios so that you can get familiar with things without actually having to live them. I'M GONNA fucking. Cut it off there because I'm just getting mad at this point so oh guess number three point five yes or no how is that that's right. Okay we before I comment on this. I want to hear the official answer. Let's hear the official answer in answer to why do we dream animal studies in advances in brain imaging let us to a complex understanding that suggests dreaming court play a role in memory learning and emotions rats for example have been shown to he plays they're waking experiences in dreams apparently helping them to solve complex tasks such as navigating mazes. I'm professor fuel of war and that was the stupid genius answer of the day that is so interesting because like that's crazy to me because like it's crazy that the human brain like I was thinking about things so like black and white when it comes to science like their cells and there is skin and there is in you have a muscles and you have nerves and I don't really think about the fact that like you know the human body also like it factors in like emotional all elements and they're in your you know your body can function sometimes strictly to help you emotionally. Do you know what I'm saying. That's like crazy to me because it's not like like your body. Also it's not just is doing the bare minimum. It's like it also is helping you emotionally. You know anyway so I wonder you know there's a lot now. I'm like wondering too. I'm like do you dream more when you're going through it like because you need. You'd like more help you know speaking of that so actually well. We'll now segue out of this and we'll talk about me yes but as I'm allowed me I love that who oh okay so now. I'm so excited so basically I've had a few dreams in my life that have changed my life which has been like insane in one of them being really random so let me tell you the story so I was on vacation. It was the summer before fifth grade. I believe I was I was on summer vacation in I was in Maine. That's where I. Vacation often during the summer and I woke up one morning and I had had a crazy dream the night before and the dream was that I went to a middle school I went to the Middle School. The my cousins went to because my cousins live near me. Nancy dream that I went to their middle school is called central Middle School and you know there's really no reason for me to have a dream about me going to this middle the school like it was just so random right and I wasn't planning on going to that middle school. I was planning on going to a middle school that was like closer to my elementary school. If that makes sense like going to the one that I was in line to go to I would have to switch districts and stuff like that to go to this other middle school but I had a dream about it and for some reason like the dream really really hit me like I don't know why but I was like I woke up in my brain immediately. It was like you need to you need to transfer middle schools next year and you need to go to this middle school and it was an i. I did not know what it meant. I didn't know why I had the dream. I didn't know like why I woke up. Literally programmed programmed like you cannot you have to transfer middle schools and you have to go to the middle school next year because I was going to go to elementary school for one more year because like whatever because that's how like the town I lived in. It's it was kind of a complex situation. I won't get into the details but like I was supposed to have one more year in elementary school and then because the middle school I was going to start at was sixth grade through eighth whereas central middle school the one that I had the dream about was fifth through eighth and so weirdly enough I had this dream and <hes> I called my mom and I was like can you can we transfer me to central middle school. She was like yeah and I was like okay and I went there for four years and I am so convinced that my life would have been so I mean I mean I know it would have been my life would have been so so different if I would not have transferred middle schools like you know the hobbies I ended up finding the friends. I ended up meeting the high school I ended up going to because of the fact that I went to that middle school all of those things you know the experiences I had why did my voice is quivering crying. Will we getting but the experiences I had at that. Middle School shaped me so much not to mention like everything about it like I'm so glad I mean that middle school middle school was absolutely associated associated for me but I don't care because like I swear to God and I don't know why but I am fully convinced I wouldn't have ever started youtube if I wouldn't have went to that middle school because I think that the the level of like like this shit I had to go through because I went to that middle school because even the high school I went to afterwards. It was so tough like socially and also like whatever I don't know if it would have been that bad at the other middle would've went to and the other is cool so like I'm so grateful that I ended up having that dream for whatever reason if I would have had that dream I would not have gone to that middle school and I would not have been intern gone to the high school I went to and who knows what I would have been like who knows who who my friends would have been. Who knows what you know my passion when everything would have been so different so listen to your dreams people serious like I don't know why it happened like that and I've had other dreams about things that have ended up like you? You know I can't I can't think of any right now but I've definitely had a few weird ass dreams where I've woken up like completely like almost like it had spoken to me. Oh my God. I'M GONNA literally I'm going to get at least there will be at least SD ten calls L._A._p._d.. Being like go to her house. She is disturbed. What is she talking about? She's like some sort of like she needs help. She needs therapy. Whatever and yes I do but <hes> but no I mean? I don't know I truly believe that like my dreams of enemy at times and like the one about the like. I don't know what it means yet. I'M GONNA figure it out later. I don't know what it means yeah. I'm I'm Timothy Chaumet. You're listening to this. I literally am not cat calling you. I'm not being like Oh my God like I want a day you Timothy I don't I I mean we don't but what I'm saying is like. I'm just saying that like I just like I weirdly drawn you as a human being. I feel like we're very similar. Actually we get along really well. Whatever I just I'm holding for a long time? Listen listen. I was actually like this. Let me give you another example of this is to be like this in highschool whether it'd be like people that I had no idea who they were. I knew nothing about them. I didn't want to date them like let's say if it was a guy like I didn't want to date them. It wasn't like I had a crush on them or or anything like that or there's just something about their energy that I was obsessed with like I've always been like that. Where like it's rare but like very rare like this may be having SMI once every five years where I'll find somebody that I don't even really know that well and I just am so drawn to them for no reason and there's been a lot of people in my life like friends that I have currently where like I wasn't like that with them? I didn't like I wasn't like weirdly infatuated by their energy like I didn't really care or like or like you know really thought that they were cool but it wasn't like I was obsessing over the fact that like they had an energy that like I was really obsessed with like or you know sometimes people that are now become friends with like I found out that I'm obsessed with their energy after becoming friends with them you know what I mean and vice versa whatever whatever but there's certain people Timothy Timothy Shallow may being one of them. I have no idea who he is. I know nothing about him but for some reason like from seeing like him in a few movies and then watching an interview because it showed up my explore page now obsessed with him because I feel like we would be best friends and there's actually a random guy. Oh my God I hope he's not. You're listening to this in like Sophomore Year of high school. He didn't even go to my school but I literally didn't know him and I didn't want to date him or anything. I didn't even care but I thought he was so fucking cool. I wanted to be friends with him so bad and they never became friends with him but but like I don't know like this is like a reoccurring theme for me so I'm just trying to say that it's like this. Is something that I like it. It's like a disease it comes over me and I just like get obsessed with people for no reason it when which is weird to carry it for me because most of the time I like don't I just like to be by myself so like when I'm really like whatever but I'm anyway so like how does that. Make me look like now that I just said all that like how how is that. How did that land for you? I'm wondering like did that. Just make me sound like a sociopath. Actually I think it'd be the opposite of sociopathic because it would make I like like I actually like you. Enjoy people enjoy certain energies that can feel that which would make me not a sociopath but yeah like. I don't know if that made me sound creepy. Okay Kevin is right. Kevin cut out a little bit of Timmy Shit all right like because it makes me sound creepy because I've been obsessing about this whole episode and I and I don't want it to come off wrong. That's the thing like I don't care what actually fucking I don't care because if he is listening to this and he's like I'm not even worried about him. Losing that's embarrassing. I'm more listening. I'm embarrassed about using this whoever you are and being like as she is weird like why is she like right like why is she bringing in at so much and like I would be thinking is aiming if I was you can. You don't actually have to cut out the timmy stuff like whatever I don't know. I'm completed honestly this. I am not kidding. I'm like in self sabotage mode recently like I just don't give a fuck anymore. I'm literally like I don't care like bucket like I just don't care at this point. It's like like why is ok but for me like what I don't get like why is shorting more taboo for or no no why is charting less less taboo for me than talking about an actor that like ninety percent of women would are like obsessed with you know what I mean like why is like so like for me. I'm more comfortable talking about me shitting myself in Walmart. Whether it's a dream or not then talking about you know a heartthrob that everybody's obsessed with. I'm not special for this one in like I want to be totally getting getting okay. That's it for today's episode y'All. I hope you had fun. I hope that you have some fun dreams. You know what I hope for you. Close Your Eyes Real quick. I'm GONNA close <music>. I'm going to manifest that tonight. You ever dream that you and your crush whether it's celebrity whether it's you know Jeremy or Natasha that sits next to you in science class US whether it's your boss whatever type of Weird Shit you have going on in your brain like that. Take that crush okay. I'm manifesting for you that you have a dream that you in that crush. Go go to Disneyland in you. Get The cotton candy and you go on the rides and he buys you or she sorry. I'm like starting to do this. You know that your crush buys you submerged dizzy merge. Whatever you want babe? It's yours and your your crush. Hold your hand. I hate holding thing is not like I would know much about that but still but like any time anybody's ever held my hand. I've been like bitch. I don't like this is like I don't like it anyway. <hes> close your eyes again so you guys go and then afterwards after you guys are done at the theme park like I'm writing a fan figuring right now. Oh I got anyway together theme park you guys his <hes> you guys have and do little mini cooper or her. Why am I why am I like literally you hop into your crushes mini Cooper and then you guys drive off and you go to Denny's because it's so late at night you there's nowhere else to oh so it could de knees and your crush feeds you pancakes until you're blue in the face and you're throwing up projectile all over the Denny's table they kick you out and then your crush drives you home walked you to the door and then you say you're not coming in in the new kick them in the nose and then that's it so manifesting that you have that dream tonight? This'll be you can like because I know that that's what you want to happen in real life but it's not gonNa happen so you gotta like dream about instead so that's all I got for you guys today. 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"You're listening to Fox given the one timothy the. Sex. Hello Curious fuckers I'm read on dime Florence and together where come curious, when we're not just fucking around on Youtube Instagram, every Thursday, we invite new guest onto Fox givens talk about that. Best box were spot on the Fox that made them we also answer your sex questions and read out your sex stories, so stay tuned. We divulge all the delicious details. Hey Timothy. Exciting. Away from the Netherlands, it's just crazy. Yeah, and also just super excited to gag a guy on the podcast with. We don't often have a males on the pot car. A little bit about yourself and what you do. Okay so my name is Timothy Choas. I'm twenty years old I'm Dutch. I studied writing in Wales at Bentley. University. And I am a sex bust, infant, writer, and illustrator and Oh. My main my main work is on the sex to not comic series and merchandise which features. A big astronaut and it's all about sex, possibility and sex positive messages satire. It's a bunch of laughs I guess. So yeah, that's what I do is. Timothy was not enough to send us some to t shirts with the infamous pink astronaut on saying I love your way to outer space. Right so I. Get that right, yes. Yes, yes. You check out the instagram because the comics illustrations, this Oh cool guides. How? Did, you get interested in doing like. But, then also making it into a sex positive comment. okay so this actually thing because I've been working on comics for a really long time when I was I don't know ten years old or something. I was really like in house law that didn't have a lot of friends at the time, so it was really like drawing all the time and working comics and eventually i. Wanted in. Dutch youth championship coming. And I lost I lost. and. When I was twelve myself I participated again and I one. That was really it was really interesting. Just being on display when you're so young, I guess. But then I stopped for a long time. Because I after I want I got some assignments from like local newspapers but even for my age. They just didn't pay me enough to leave me wanting to create more work for them so I. Think it was like twenty euros each assignment it was it was not it was not really anything. I can do anything with so. I stopped doing it and then I focused on other stuff along time other form of. Forms of art and then. Eventually last year I. moved to will stir start by writing degree, and then I was really thinking about okay. How can I get my stuff towards like an international audience? Like what am I, GonNa do because I have nothing going on the moment. And they're really want to get myself out there and one of the things that I have to deal with. Not I'm just. I'm not English, so there's always going to be language gap, even though I mean, it's always going to be difficult to properly pronounce staff or just internalize all the slang so. I want to know because honestly Any language. I know right, so yeah. I was just like thinking okay. I still know how to draw. I never lost that ability. Can I combine Mike driving with like comics, stations or Helmet GonNa do this so i. think like a year ago. I started to drawing again after. Quitting that for I think about eight years. It was really long time. So when a Stylus grade it was at this there was a period in my life where I just had like. A bunch of personal developments going on so learned a bunch of things about myself after coming out of few relationships and I was just like okay. You know what I gotTa. Be Honest to myself. I suppose sexual person so I really think that's something is. Valuable, to whatever doing someone So, honestly before that I wasn't even clearly communicating that wasn't so. I really was hiding in. I. Think because I was really like okay. I don't know how to talk about it and but at this point I was like okay. What am I? GonNa! Do Okay, wait wait I'm thinking. There was this moment when I knew I was going to do something that I think it was at this. You know there's like a day. Every university organized a bunch of like people like companies they. Sold their boost their. Onto them and ask, what do you call? There's like just this week. I think like is careers house. Yeah something like there was this. There was this company that was handing out condoms, and and they didn't have anything like offer like there were no jobs. Offer pro some like Oh. This is so interesting you know. Guys hire students to do this kind of work and they were like. Whoa no one ever asked us that. What I can do and they gave me the email address, and then they were applied to email, but. I just. Like because I we south to them, I was for a while I was so excited like y'all. Maybe I'm going to work for this company that later on and was like. Weights! I'm actually really excited about this stuff. I think it's so important that sex education is a is a big thing like I realized okay. Sexist born assets into to who I am. Why not create something in terms of our at one am I gonNa do with this and then I thought of this big astronaut. At some point I was just like I was like blown away of this idea. I knew it was going to work with a simple league honor. Interesting people are going to be like. Not Doing on my screen right now. I'm not going to passes maybe I'M GONNA. Check this out or something. So yeah I designed it, and and then I came up with the name like sex to noughts, and it was like okay. This is really stupid, but it's also genius, so I'm going to keep it. Number One. Last. My last FAULK, you guys! Talk! Obviously. Has Gone for a while, so you just ended up masturbating I mean mean. I love. Lockdown. Actually Pasolini Board of Masturbation during quarantine I'm just like this is. This is just gone so long. I masturbated so much and like just. I think it's also the fact that we're working from home, we. Masturbate whenever we won so it's not exactly very special anymore. It's hard to shake it up. It really is often. Especially since because I say with Florence for the past week, which is really lovely, but normally when I'm away, I just WanNa. Say 'em out on top. It was while I was on my period of pre period. Badly Masturbate Masturbate twice in the ten days or his away, which is admired. That's that's that's not me even though I'm home and I the opportunity I'm like. Does, he died. It's. Happy I'm usually like masturbating every single day. I ne-. I'm saying this I know I've masturbated today already. I same same here masturbate every day so I don't know. Healthy, you need. Release Yeah you need to tell you levels, and like the the release and the it's very grounding if you can masturbate Correct look correctly or incorrectly without with. Don't mind. None of there is no correct way as in like masturbate. Well. You know when your mind isn't getting off into other places. 'cause Corona Times. Full masturbation, mindful master, but you know you deep breathing moods. The although that sounds great. Why don't we do that more often? Mental Health I. Ask can I ask a really a personal question. I also read question. How do like what is your favorite way to masturbate like 'cause I think about it. I don't think we hear often how guys actually must make because we think. We think it's just the the hand, but is there more to it. So? As far as I'm aware you know, I'm seeing a lot of content about masturbating online, but it's primarily focused on women's. Yes, females so. I do know that. Guys often used their hands and. What I've been hearing is that people also use lotion? I don't even know how that works. I never done that and. What. Else Coconut oil that would change your life. Okay I mean I'm try new things. You guys definitely definitely during Kobe so. Okay No, I'm so basic. Basic just I don't really use anything or something, but I know that some guys like us that flashlight. I against Dutch. Stops Bentley for me I. Don't know I don't know. You just gotTa. Give it a go the you'd never knock anything until you try at once because there's. Much more to male masturbation than than we know about because as this this all this bad stigma around men using sex toys, which we totally fucked up like it's fine for it's cool for women to use sex toys, but as soon as a man has a sex twenty like. Oh, now that's wit which is. There was so many sex twice for men. You know that you've got masturbaters. You have anal toys. You have like so many different types of Lubes. Pocket pussies leads to try out. I mean I feel I. Felt like I want to send you some toys. Just so you can have a goat. I totally think you're right. Yeah, I think like in terms of exploration of sex. I know it feels like there's more content out there for women which I totally understand. like sex toys on men is Definitely? That's something that's often touched upon. Yeah I. Think it's to do with Poland. You'll preferences all because when you say for example you go in like a big tube site like porn, Hob. Then you start looking at porn notices whether you're looking at straight porno gay porn, so if you're looking straight phone, you won't see the gay ponder and not pisses me off. Off, because a long straight porn comes up for me, but I wanna see all different types of porn and I sometimes have to specifically such for gay porn and engaged when you do seen a lot, you do seal of masturbating on using usage of toys, which I fucking love like I love the like I'm really into the milking machines for guys at the moment like really love that milking machines your. Like something! Begins Yeah. This isn't this isn't really. It's more like Bedia. DSM kind of. Try But? eco-innovation honestly. Talk to. The I. I love people have like these big stories about How shitty it or how I don't know how. Interesting, it was the whole endeavor of it, but. I was fairly young I. Think it was Sixteen, I think. I had just turned sixteen. I don't really remember much of it. I only remember that you know as I never had sexual education. I didn't really know how to put on the condom. As far as knowing as okay I actually I am GonNa. Need to scan them. And I remember that I just had a loft truck time, I, just had a lot of trouble putting it on, so that was also I think it's off. And Fairstein for me. Actually hurts I don't really recall why I assume it's because I assume it's because. I might have turned down the condom incorrectly or something but I remember that I was the one who is like okay I'm going to. Enjoying this I don't know. She was she was quite into it. I believe I don't know actually. The she, she didn't have any pain remember. Interesting I wonder if it's to do like the tightness of your foreskin, wait to European. Maybe maybe not. Do you mind if we ask if you if you have a full skin? Out Yeah. Not Not on anyone who doesn't have foreskin? That's totally cool, we. Split and we're very lucky in in Europe in. It's not it's not. It's actually really disturbing that I mean it's so normalized, obviously cutting that part of young boy, but I believe there's actually a very disturbing act. Should not exist. Yeah I mean city as a form of genital mean mutilation is. We we have a really good episode with Riyadh Would you guys please listen back to what he talks about his his sock incision on the way he talks about is just so interesting on amazing, and he's so angry about it. because it happened to him without his consent when he was a kid, and he's just like stuff about it, which is totally understandable. What I was thinking that maybe it was like the. I guess when you when you aren't used to sex like your skin is an overt tighter in place I was wondering maybe if it could be the full skin being tight that. made the pain or I get to ensure the year? Yeah, it. Could it be the condom though as well yeah condom, and also if it's the? Was it the first time for her as well deny. Yeah. Both of us, so she even though she was enjoying it like most goals don't realize that it's okay to use because when you're nervous Yukon create. Self, so it could Yeah, the condom could have just it could have been really dry anxious too much friction, and that could have just been really hard for you guys to continue and we just. Thought, if everyone if every kid got like a little virginity kit with a couple of. The packet of Lube and like these. Together and it's cool to use loop. Me, we could have great on experience I. Love that idea so much all my God. Of this. Kid's. Young man? Curry Lob. Sex Journal! I WANNA. Go. Let's do let's Collab- oh I got I'm. Oh, yes, believe. It's crazy because the loop thing as actually could be a full on game changer for. People's. Stories because you wouldn't have the pain with Lou like. Maybe there'll be a tiny bit, but I wouldn't be the same it would. Just it would, and like I remember when I was younger I just used to think Luke Luke people joked about they're like. Oh, it's old ladies and like when their vaginas dry up when they got and. So. Like using was like uncle. That's embarrassing. Time Young. We hit a first time a guy. Go out the lead to use of me. I was actually offended. Yeah, which is mad because sexist so much better with leave doesn't age you are is just is a life changing Arca. I wish the amount of times that I. Wish I, had Lebron was cool with Lou back then. So many unfortunate sex experiences that just could've been so like slick and fun and. This is what we're missing in schools. We need this virginity kit to be like okay. You need this this and this to make on occasion. So what happened like when I guess when you're experiencing the pain during your first time, did you just of light? Stop was what what happened after. I have no idea so. I don't know I can't really like when people are talking about their first time. Always like yeah, I don't really remember that much of it so i. just don't know, but I do remember something else about my childhood. Is that I just started having sex regularly with this with this with at the time and I didn't really have. A lot of money at that age so I actually could not buy a car I could not afford the condoms that you know you. Have you need for sex so sometimes? We had to be like sketch. We had the schedule. It like okay. This time you know I I can afford it so I'll buy it. was also the terrible thing was also like my my parents actually before all that stuff happened actually offered to to buy for me, but I but I was so. Ashamed to ask them for on them so I didn't do it so i. took all that responsibility I was always the one to to buy them and to go to the store and everything and. Women should be buying condoms to. It's not obvious. Responsibility. Any parents out there. Don't ask your kid if they want any just bide spice. The? Yeah, Because you're? Going to be like yes, please give me all the. Dacia by like a big box and then watch it and restock it if magically disappears. Contents. Our in the kitchen where it goes down. The cookie. Jar I definitely going to do this apparent definitely. I'll definitely talked about it, but it's so full. Talk with your parents about sex sometimes really depends on. You know if. I? Just, be an open dialogue with your kids. Anyway I'm reading implies did in the Netherlands is not like sexual health clinics were you can just get free condoms any age? I believe so yes, but you know when I was younger. I don't believe into was a successful s today so I didn't know how to look that stuff up and. Things were different. It wasn't even that long ago, but things were so different than I didn't really have the. the resources I think but also not the knowledge that these things existed because it depends on the school, if you if if that content actually reaches you, you know. So yes, definitely, a sex education such a problem, I mean I, know that in. Romania they just. Stopped giving a sex education. In the UK you can still throw your children from sex education. I think that's ridiculous. Sex is such a fundamental part of human experience. How are you going to deny children to know about their buddies? We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for sex. So how could they then take away the education to do with how we ended up on this planet and it doesn't make any sense. The Netherlands, will I mean we? We think that the Netherlands is Wisconsin Avian countries, though yeah, that's true, but I always had that in the Netherlands like pretty up there as well with their sex ED and I. My, wear! No, but I think that a lot of people have this idea that the Netherlands is better or something, but I would I wouldn't say generally Netherlands's better. I noted Sweden is definitely better than everyone but. I guess in terms of their social stuff, the healthcare and everything. I'm like. SCANDI countries. That spice be. I mean we've had. Can anyone from those countries tell us what wage they have. The Sex Ed tool because we've heard from the ages of three and four, which we think fucking magical and so important anyone. From any other country that wants to talk about their sex, ed and every please. Let. We'll get you on the PUCK 'cause. We want to talk about it. Fuck three. Best Fuck. I honestly could not say like I feel like have a good sex life right Dow I. Don't want to get into more details, but you know it's good. I would say it's the best I ever in my life, but wound really say this time was so amazing. We were on a boat or something. Never had sex on the boat by the way, but. Not Not, going into detail, but what makes so much better with this partner. The fact that I really know how to communicate like before before I entered this relationship by the way was also a thing before this one like. A while back I. You know I realize okay I really think sexist, such valuable part of a relationship and. Once I really understood that within myself like okay. If I'm going to be with a girl who's not going to be interested in Texas. I am then I. Just know it's not gonNA work like. I mean totally everybody has a different sex safe sex drive, and it's totally normal to want different things, but I know that I'm with someone. That you know doesn't think it's interesting I. Do I know that in time? It's just not going to work. Also smile on. This is GONNA be unhappy. Yeah I. It took me a while to to discover this and I feel like the fact that I've been in relationships where I've actually repressed my own sex drive leg repressed sexual needs. Made me also like heading to this direction, or I really want people to know these things like I hope that the section can be some sort of transformative experience where you could just see all these comics and artworks and a jokes, and at some point at the reading them you're you're in differed mindset. You're thinking okay. That's actually quite funny. We can talk about this. It's normal to communicate. They can. I can talk about this with my partner so. My sex I started to be really good. I just learned how to communicate yeah. I. It's almost like you do have to experience what relationships without without having the communication without having like the sex that you want to be able to sort of take away and learn and be like okay. How how am I going to make this walk in the future and like have better sex and. and. That's what it takes literally just having that realization. Being like, how am I going to communicate why one to you might two partners. You know there's this this makes me think of this of this narrative. This out there and the narrative is like you know. Relationship is not all about sex. That's what people say right so that that's if your relationship is really nice like you have a good time with each other and she's cute beautiful. then sex is not the only thing that should matter right, so that is the narrative that. That makes people think okay. My Sex shitty and I hate it I hate myself whatever. I mean she's so nice she she wears address barons noticed. That's nice, so is good, but. Your your your life in the sheets is just Shitty, so. I hate that narrative he just. Be Able to. People who all hyper like hyper sexual, and that is a very normal thing for both men and women and different genders man to to be forced into thinking that you wrong or that. There's something wrong with you because you. You're hyper sexual, or you just want to have sex all the time is. It's like when people talk about the love language. I'm how you love. Language must much my therapist? The other day said well. Well I think there's a lost language where you need to have a much with your partner, and you need to have the same kind of lost language on the same Libido, think amount sex in the same similar way for a happy relationship and I was like Oh. My God my mind is blown like we love language being so important, but LAS. Language is important for impotence not talked about anywhere near as as an off. Yeah. It's crazy. 'cause also you you, you forget. You forget, but people don't realize that like if you're not having the sex that you want in a relationship, ends up damaging other parts of the relationship, anyway as well and your own mental health like not feeling like you. A wanted or your sexual attraction isn't reciprocated, ends up affecting how you feel about yourself, and then like then actually affects how you put yourself out into the world as well and like it will hold you back if you feel that you're being held back from any of your life, especially in a relationship by your partner, it will hold you back in so many other ways in life, and it's such an important thing to to address and I know that like me and breed super passionate about this because we've experienced it. Also can really affect your partner as well if you. Sexual new you end up putting pressure on them. Making them feel bad for not being able to match you, which is so unfair for them, because it's this loss language that they need to do is find someone who has the same Libido Ohio, the same las language, or it's the same with you yet. The holding back thing you you. You tend to feel that you'll stagnating and before you know, it does not really relationship until you end up resenting each other because. Constantly pushing for it, and the other person isn't getting enough. I totally agree with you. I've been there. Yeah, sucks. I wish we could have the same sexual chemistry, but we fucking. Case is evens. Number Four. The worst. Okay yes. One. there. There's several times where WTI bad but. It's just like me. It's always been the combination of alcohol and sex, so I remember twice twice passed out so. There was one time I was. Yes so basically I the thing is also I. Don't remember how I best out, but what happened not you know? Put on a condom I start having sex whatever and. What, happens is I. Wake up later on Nexta whoever I was with at the time with my column. Still on, we were both asleep. Apparently, we both backed out. There was also this one time where. This I only back down at apparently I got a blowjob from someone and I doubt during the Moshav. Off. Remember. I remember that I woke up and she was still like lying somewhere. Close to my genitals, I guess. So. I think we both out now I'm thinking about. That stuff is obviously you know whenever I. Finish, it does nicer so whenever that's obviously Dub Bai's. Film viruses while you all Michael, the alcohol and Why did they drink that much I? Don't remember anything. There's a lot of of confusion in gray area there especially, if it's like just like a random drunk faulk cord around him, drunk sex sex acts was trying to think about blowjob therapy one off. Just thinking of how the? Go must've thought when she was going down. Out. To Sleep. Yeah, well, there's also another low job story. There was one blowjob story. This is funny where I got. I got a Blowjob, and at some point, it was really nice. Obviously. I became really nauseous. I wasn't even drinking much at the time that I became really nauseous. So it's like okay. We're going to have to stop this I just went to my room and blacked out. During, but it was like it was so random. Stuff like that. Can Happen I guess. Maybe it's to do with your brain and receiving blowjobs. Food good I'm just GONNA pass out. Who knows who knows? Yeah, I definitely found. Eating out before like. Yeah because he, you're at the so tied anyway, you mean so stay. And it's such a relaxing place to be. Trying to enjoy it and their little son nodding off trying to back us up up I'm pretty sure my ex was like a you. Sleep and I was like no. St Good Yeah, they have experienced someone being super sleepy. fucking them just being like you actually fucking kidding me. And you get really upset about it. Is that? They don't WanNa fall asleep. There is another reason they're either too exhausted ought to relax or potentially intoxicated yen I mean I've definitely doesn't win. Highlight smoking weed that because it just shows you out so much news. Oh, now allows was your mind, and then before you know you like Oh. Wait I'm back in the room like I. Saw Yeah Woo. Oh my being. Coincides is a tricky one. Yeah, it is tricky. It's it's do because it's so much part of like youth and culture, and that's what you do, especially uni life. you go out, you drink. You get fucked you kiss people. You get a house with a low of course since, but when you when you realize, recognize that sober sex is the best thing that could ever happen. You're like why the fuck did away so that time with alcohol and drinking. That made me. Okay so. Previously had some relationships where you know. Sex wasn't really recognized things something that we both enjoyed as much as we wanted. and. I remember that at some point I came out of a really. I would say at the end. It got really toxic like what we just talked about the resentment, and She broke up with me and I moved towards something new, not really relationship at the time, but it was a new thing I had going on with a girl, and it was the first time like she was really sexual person, and I was stunned by dad like what is going on. Yeah, and she I remember that the I I wouldn't say it. It was the first time we had sex with maybe one of the time, so we had sex or maybe I'll the sex combined? It was just like it changed me as a person knowing that there are girls out there that are also like me. You know then also to try stuff. Obviously, before I moved into this entire sex positive movement whatever? I didn't know about all this stuff, and it was only because I I got into contact with it, but. The the fact that I shared. With her totally changed my life. It completely changed my outlook on six that you can in fact. Think. A really valuable Esotique a relationship you just have to. Compete completely communicate about this openly. I remember that she was always like okay. What's your King? WHAT YOU WANNA? Do what what what? I'm saying. So it was she she opened me up. Yeah, it was a it was actually very sadly with her dumping me, but I mean it was, it was It's okay, but. I learned so much from what we had at the time so I really grateful for that So yeah. I think that was what changed the game for me? When you're in those sorts of relationships where you're not getting the same amount of sexy one or like you don't feel like that sort of sex exists view you re you come out the relationship thinking like am. Are you gonNa, find someone that matches me. Is that going to be anyone out there? That matches mice. Xtra am I gonNA find good connected sex ever like. And Sunny, you do meet that person and actually is just like it. Slow changes is life changing, and it just makes you because it, not only you only get like amazing sex for that time, but it also opens you up to feel like actually if I do these things like communicate and talk to them about it, then you all going to find that with so many other people. You just need to put yourself out there and have the conversation to start off with. Yeah I feel like there's this big fear out there that You will never get the right person. You will never find that person, but I think that's beyond sexist well like certain qualities that you won't your partner. You're so afraid like am I ever GonNa find this person. People it's it's hard. It's like well. How many how how many we got like seven billion people on the planet and we've got a lot of us like we've only go Goa gone through a small portion of our life or emotional life where we think that like we've, we've met everyone, and it's impossible and I don't think he is. I think if you're looking for love. And if you wanted there is, there is love outlet for you like the next love of your life will be literally walking out there alive now. They're just waiting for you to find them. It just takes ages to find them. Especially during lockdown and especially. Before, I mean, what would we have done with a dating APP? Stating some really changed on how we meet with people, but is also you have to open yourself up to? It though is like it's not just about being like okay I'm looking for love because you can be looking for love but. Because you put barriers up inside like Oh. Much. Because I'm not good enough this I'm not that, but you have to learn to love yourself before. Before. I, Get that. Do, you guys really completely love yourself. Really Yeah. I think I might love myself more than I share. Interesting Okay obviously I grace about you guys. You know the work that you do for explicity would like as a person, really loving yourself. I think it's really hard I don't. Think of myself and also. Fluctuates as well yes. The moment that you meet people is usually those moments where you're like I am killing it right now and I'm like into myself, and like I'm fine by myself as well like when the moments when you're looking for anyone and you're kind of at one with yourself is more like the sort of loving yourself that you need to find someone to be like satisfied with your own company. I guess I don't think. Philly philly loving yourself can be a really extremely hard tall SC. I. Love myself and days where I'm like. Putting my stomach, like yeah. I don't think anyone can ever fully of themselves like I don't love my mental health issues like that's one thing I would absolutely love to out, but I think a lot of it is loving also sounds easy or sounds hard, but it's to do so many things about like self worth. And how you know how you feel about your body and your mind, and how your parents brought you up on what your your friendship group has. We'll support network is like. Also with like pause relationships I think you take a lot from that like if you were in a relationship with a fucking Dick head then then it's going to be hard to get that, but because you have trauma leftover, and that's why it's so important to learn to love yourself, and too, because you never gonNA, always love. Yourself is always going to be things that you can learn to like an to dislike an an is right. Foreign will fluctuate, but the best person do that is like literally. Find a therapist that hopes you learn to love yourself because everyone deserves to lock themselves. It's not arrogant. Selfish. It's not like look at me on amazing. It's very much like a I'm just happy with WHO. I am and I deserve what I deserve more. I deserve better than I deserve. Happiness, that is loving yourself. Yes, known yet. You deserve happiness is. Also with the whole dating thing I'm finding love like you really do have to open yourself off to meeting someone in light loads of different ways. Yeah, that is, that could be like being on dating, but it's also just like making sure your I guess when people come into your life in different ways, you have to think about it, and like you have to be open to pursuing it in a way that isn't necessarily immediately obvious dating I think we get caught with like the first day and how we see each other aesthetically on face value, but it's really interesting. You know if you work in an office or in A. A place or you go go into across your mood likely GonNa Fancy someone in it because you start to actually understand their personality, I mean. How many times have we not been attracted to someone, but actually ended up attracted to them because we look to that personality, and I think dating Fox up how many times you look an imaging, and it's you go note I wouldn't ever. Ever date you or wouldn't ever think about it when it would be the love of your life, and you've just got no idea, but you also don't want to put yourself in a position where you're just constantly meeting New People, and constantly putting yourself through that when when the not necessarily right BIOS. I think it's like it's like it's almost like a job interview. I know that sounds. Sounds Code. If the job interview isn't right for you, you'd go all. That's a red flag. I don't think I'm GONNA be into, even if it looks really great on the outside or vice versa, you might be let them might give this ago for a while and then see what happens. Yeah I guess a new layer on it when you're into sex as much as we would. Like you to be really, you have to be a pretty open about it immediately you. To be like okay. That's it. I'm like I have a high sex drive. I'm into this this this and this like if you're not into that, that's that's not my interest. You're talking about sex on your dates I. Don't know what you have to do it i. mean I remember sometimes doing when? I was on the first date or something, but. I! Just. I just need to sense it like when you're talking to someone and you know like okay. We've been having a coup castrol chat. Show what he told me something personal. Maybe I can open the subject or maybe just. I had days where the girl started talking about it. So that's. That's a really good point because us. Eight fucking is like really looked down upon for law. People am I think the people who hyper sexual than they need to talk about sex on the first day and have sex on the first day, and it's not a big deal, but then there were so many other people that. Relationships or romance is so much more important for them, and then the therefore they see as they need to wait. Maybe maybe we just sort of like UNICORNS, people who hyper hyper sexual, when he, he won't have sex loads, and so the rest of the world and all you have to wait like five dates before you have sex with. Yeah. There's always this wedding I honestly never had one day. That leads to sex on the same day. I've always had a bunch of days, and that leads to sex I never had a one night. Stand for example. After there's there's this romanticized idea. Only sleep at someone after a certain amount of time. With your own is that from the movie I don't know Disney movies I. Guess You know. I mean what he said from this movies was social construct is not in a Disney movie starring very true I mean I love Disney movies, but I'm still waiting for my mother, fucking Prince Charming, and I'm like no, no, no way I'm the motherfucking Prince Charming, picking myself up and carrying myself into the sunset. Fuck sight. This week question is. Please kind of your thoughts on the below situation I met a guy on hinge. We dated for a bit I communicated the I wasn't looking for casual hookup, and he said he wanted to say off to three days. We had sex and it became apparent that he was into kink specifically. Bedier Sam, which is something I. No experience of I'm open to and was excited to try with him. We continue to chat regularly sexting included. There are a few little red flags at this stage, but I gave him the benefit of the doubt. I'm opinion them. I was also entirely naive to how to spot the respectful dom being so new to the game. Get forward a month or so, and I woke up after a particularly particularly long drunk. In brackets, he was sober phone conversation with him, and he said to IDA agreed to write him a list of sexual fantasies. The at needed needed to be hand written, and I had to drop it to him in person during this phone call, he also suggested that he come and stay at mine. The following weekend I agree to agree to, both as the saw I was open to telling him him telling me what to do. I should also mention that I would probably have agreed to do this sober, but the fact that he chose to request this when I was drunk in hindsight seems off. I wrote the list of fantasies for him. It contains a lot of personal information. I'd never shared with anyone. I then dropped it to him. I asked for one in return, but he preferred to tell me his as opposed to handwrite. The next weekend he came to mind, and we had a lot of sex experimented with things I never tried before, and it was very fun. Sadly, there are a lot more red flags. His decided to cool off. Oh! Girl! I explained had fun, but some of the things he said to me outside of the bedroom didn't sit well. His response was unapologetic and accused me of using him. I felt reassured. The I'd escaped had a lucky escape a couple of weeks later by pure chance. I was shown an instagram account where the letter I wrote. The him have been publicly. ooh! Sites collect. Alongside a collection of letters of the exact same nature from different women. Hosted! Recently some was we've been in contact and still on good terms, the account leading the implied that the letters were consensually. Self submitted one I knew this wasn't the case. Oh, my God this raise so many problems concerning violation of consent Privacy Trust. I'm respects, but there was no obvious way to handle it. How would you advise approaching this I'm? What are the risks involved? Obviously as women, it feels like the risks are Haya Geeta. Sexual Shaming and I was very lucky to have a strong support network I could confide in. I'd be very interested in your thoughts and I expect others who've experienced the same thing. Wow Oh this pool, fuck. Unbelievable. Like, that's almost like revenge porn, right? It's like posted. Yeah, somebody, ELSE'S NUDES! Yeah, without. It's almost. It's almost worse than revenge porn because it's so explicit him, yes. What she's written by ozone doesn't include her her face and her name so I guess it's not. Exactly the same, but she obviously she would know and. Could contain something that. People could identify with who knows absolutely Timothy Timothy Japanese thoughts Obviously you know the letter. She would was very intimate So, yes, it's definitely really really sad that this was shared online by Some dude and I'm really glad that she got out at some point. This relationship that must be very strong, obviously, because when I feel like. Perhaps if you enter a dominant submissive relationship, it might also be hard for you as a submissive to leave that relationship else because you are the one that takes power that moment which is in itself. I think something that is really strong to do all right. I honestly I struggle with like about how to deal with this. I think potentially you can. It's difficult like It's made by you. It's shared A. if it was art or something, you could say you're breaking copyright or something, but is definitely not that it's something it's. is definitely something like it. Potentially equal to events for reading for her, her name is not mentioned there because that would make it so much more difficult because right now it's. Like a big emotional part of it I think like this guy is causing so many boundaries. It's obviously so what he's doing. But what are you gonNA do about it. Perhaps you could do. Something legally would know what to do I. I was just thinking. You could take that to the police. I think yeah I would say side definitely. Right issue and it's so personal and intimate at it would be like. I would also it depends on this instagram account I would I would contact the instagram account unless you're worried that he is in charge of instagram account in south. He probably is, it sounds. Sounds like it? And I feel like you need to try and petition to get this instagram account to be taken down and get authorities involved like what you can do is if if you're in England, If you're in the UK, there is a the the cyber crime unit unit which deals with revenge porn and we need to do is just. Go online google. You can fill out an online report. This goes to any kind of potential case and just Villanova details and someone will get back to i. mean it does take a long time because the police are under a hell of a lot of pressure at the moment, especially with cybercrime is so rife but I would. Get in touch with with instagram I would also message us as well DM OSS. And maybe we try our best to put out on our stories while also do is. Depends how comfortable you are, but whenever I've seen it before whenever and he wants had something that they're not okay with being up. They basically just outed them online and put them up on the stories, and said like. Can everybody report this because this is unacceptable and try and get the account taken down. Especially if you've already gone to to this person and explain to them that I wasn't with your permission, and there's a lot of fear that goes on there because you think like. Oh, well, you know. He's GonNa get -gree. He's going to tell you that you're lying. You need to stick to a gun. And even if you gave permission for it, you can take that permission way. You can say okay. I'm so sorry I'm just not comfortable with the up being anymore, and you can also say I'm going to get in touch with a lawyer. If you don't get it taken down, you basically need to scare them into being light. Touch the authority lawyer take. It sounds like he's been like massively abusing his behavior. King and like that is not OK. You cannot use. An people's kinks and fantasies to control other people a million. And gaslight them into situations. which is why it sounds I came. gaslight. which is all so fucked up? That's a form of abuse. He needs to go down and it's such a shame, because the bedia son community this is. People can give the Bedia some community, a bad name, and it's it's such a welcoming and understanding and communicative community, because I have to be on people take it for fucking grounded an if it's healthy sub dome relationship, the submissive will always be in control they will have. They will have set the limits. They will know what they're okay with them. They're not okay with, and they will test it together on the submissive will always be the one that's ultimately in control, the dominant conquer pulse limits if the submissive Kennel give emission so the fact that he's taken this over is like completely twisted. He must be a fucking psychopath, and just say really unerring of your emotions. I think angering. I'm like I'm how we? Agree right now. We Hey we. We hate him, but also I just going to say we're happy like you have reached out to us. Expose this on our platform, and if anyone else has gone through the same thing like, let's show our about this person and she get him like his accounting. Actually I think he deserves like some sort of legal action here. This is okay. This is sexual assault. Whether or not, you're in a place to mentally handle that because that is not real hard move to make but in doing so you might empower yourself, and you might help other people in the process of if you do. Please em this account to us Please like if you put up a story targets in it, so we can re post it Tuck. Florence in my personal accounts in there as well. Because the the big, the the loud of the action, the more likely we can get this person taken down. The problem is whether or not he'll learn from his mistakes. Whether will not who want to learn. We kinda need him to really take a fucking. Look himself and see what he's done his room, so don't even if all those other girls have given permission, even if you have given him permission the fact, the not comfortable with it now he should fucking respect that and be like Oh my God. I'm so sorry this won't happen again, you know. A! He's just a fucking idiot. IDIOT YEAH! Unfortunately I think it's time for us to tackle. ooh! This has been using. Thank you, Timothy so much for joining us. Yes, thank you for having me being honestly. Thank you so much for inviting me, yes sir. Where can I curious this? Find you tell them everything? Okay, so yes, you can find me on Instagram as at be sex Gernot so like the e sex, not sex or not. And you can find me on twitter as stem cell house, which is a T. I sc H- H, e L H- H S. Name sorry. can also fight. If you're interested in the designs, you can find me on red bubble and I got a website for Kofi, which is. be sex or. Not Dot Com. I get the. 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Audio Bible study on Acts 16:6-9

"Okay Chapter Sixteen versus six and seven is where we need to go back and read from. You may remember that Paul is ready for the second second missionary journey any. He has teamed up with WHO Silas Barnabus was with him on the first journey and they have come and encounters Timothy Timothy was someone. The Paul had high regard for. We talked about that last week. Timothy may have been converted by Paul the First Missionary Journey moving down into except sixteen versus six and seven and they went through the region of Virginia and Galicia having been forbidden of the Holy Spirit to speak the word in Asia and when they were come over against missy they assayed to go into this and the spirit of Jesus suffered them not going to help a little bit. If you take your you're looking at the and you can see the areas of procurement and eerie violation. Now if you're in that area and you want to preach the Gospel Asia certainly looks like a very logical choice. Doesn't Indians right there. So you'd be thinking anybody would be thinking. Well why travel anywhere or else this is. I mean we're right here and it's like somebody else. They say we're right here. Tracing is several years ago we were headed to Montana and had a chance to go out. You can see the president's carved in stone and We drove right past the sign. which was the turnoff for that? I'm not sure how much further down the road. It was but we're newly married in a hurry to get to our new home and everything so we miss the president's and over the years I've thought back about that many sometimes I mean we're right here. Why don't we stop? But that's sort of the situation that they were in now that Asia is you look at the map it is not the continent of Asia. It is I'm going to the Asia minor or I'm sorry the Roman province of Asia. Excuse me and as I said that was a very logical choice. But he wasn't able to do that. He's got to travel treble through that area and travels through that area that certainly would have taken period of maybe a period of weeks. Can you imagine how to felt the Holy Spirit says you can't. I preach the Gospel in Asia. This is the area where you look at it. There's there's some places there that really becomes significant in later New Testament Times. So here's a spell. He really wants to preach and God says can't do it. I'm not GonNa let you preach in that area. There is for me a great lesson. They're sometimes our thoughts are plans already as what we think is best. God says it's not best when you look at the Robert Roman province of Asia. So you find. That emphasis was their emphasis of course is significant in the New Testament. Paul does later spent some time there. You've got the letter to the Athenians and then you also have the searching emphasis in the book revelation as John Talks to the seven churches of Asia. God says to Paul. You're going to go to Rome or you're going to go to Europe and it does look like as you look Paul's travels I think that he was able to travel through the area. It was kind of like looking but not touching you go through the area as far as travel. But I'm not going to allow you to preach the Gospel. There one source said and I liked the quote. The Europeans have reasons to bless God for having some early sent the the Gospel to their shores. That's right they should've. They should've felt some special responsibility for that. When you look at that expression having been forbidden that comes from an heiress participle which indicates the Paul received this information before coming to the areas for jury and Galeta when he gets that information? Is You willing to obey God. Said don't go and preach in this area because you obey or no yes. That's a little bit. Unlike some people today who find some information and scripture and they say well I'm GONNA UNDO regardless. I think it's a good idea. I WANNA do this or everybody else is doing this. We're going to pursue this course of action. That was not Paul's attitude. There are some other lessons here. That are helpful. I think Paul. Sometimes I'm tempted to think that he knew fully God's will and everything was laid out and it was just smooth sailing all the way as far as determining God's will when you look at this account though did he always know God's will now he's thinking let's preach the Gospel this series. It's it's close we're here and God says there was that forbidding by the spirit and that I think is helpful to us we also see as as we look at this information that these spellers refused to force the issue as we live a Christian life. Sometimes we can be looking at a job or another set of circumstances consensus. What should we do? Where should we go? Which decision is right? And it doesn't look like that path that we think is correct is opening for us when that that occurs especially thinking about what we have here next chapter sixteen. What should be our action? How should we proceed? Looks like things are just not working out be careful. It's a little bit like walking out on ice this time a year before you just just jump out there onto the Pon what might you do. Let's test it a little bit. I know a few years ago. I wasn't sure about the ice. I didn't have an Auger with me so I got on the dock and put a foot down on the ice will that will foot went through now. Thankfully I didn't fall off the dock or anything it was. I got a little wet but I wanted to test the eye. So I'm GonNa hold on some stuff and I'm just GonNa put a little weight on their see whether or not I go through or not and sure enough. The ice broke as we. We think about life. Sometimes you have to sort of test. The waters a little bit spiritually speaking pray about something and see if doors are opening or if doors are closing and it might be the doors open for a little while and then the close. It might be that you're sort of waiting and that door would seem close begins to open but that helps us figure out which way A to go. I think there's an overriding. Listen here. We just I pray at setback and wait for God to do whatever he's going to do. It's a combination of is ever in our ever when we pray we need to go ahead with wife were Vicky. We wanted to do and led the Lord Guidance while also good example that he said let us while this journey will. I'm sure great about it. Moore's will whatever you. The journey was what he was expected to do. But still with the realization the God going to maybe they're going to eastern twists and turns. What is Donna coming your thoughts in just a second hold onto it? What's really interesting about this? As you continue to look at the New Testament God does ensure that evangelism is in this area. I mentioned the information formation about emphasis but Peter over and I fear chapter one in verse. One specifically references Bethesda. There were people were Paul was told not to go. Oh at least at this time. WHO Become Christians? Later it was God's will for these people to hear the Gospel but God said for you what not now now and their times were God may say to a prayer. Yes but not today. I'm seeing yes but I'm going to put that down the road a little bit for whatever reasons for good navy to help some other people but that's what you have here. That's another great right lesson. Even though this is a bunch of geography and historical stuff. You Begin to see how God worked in Paul's life and how he may indeed work in our life today dumb they all look or in the sped. Okay I'm going to see what more fast to say and then I'll pick up unless there's somebody else years ago. We had plans to go to Hannah and Dan Beyond and it seemed like this way of wrong wrong wrong. There was a fire where we wanted to go and I said okay. We're not supposed to go somewhere else in as when we discovered this at plot going to show up as well. So those roadblocks what's the and that's that's really good advice that's biblical advice. Sometimes you can make taint determination based on scripture on their passages that explicitly or by principal would say this is going to be an acceptable direction. Unless there's some some extenuating circumstance or not but oftentimes Circumstances and God's Providence. Come into play there. We're going to see that a little bit later as far as a ship and and how they got from one place to another but a lot of people can look back to the lives. My plan was not to be a local preacher. At least not for your life I had been preaching for just a few years and I got in my head that I wanted to be a college professor. I wanted to teach the Bible call at the college level. Well some door seemed to open in that regard in all of the sudden the doors seem to close at that time in our life a decision vision had to be made. Do we continue to push. It seemed like everything was lining up and then all of a sudden we got some really strong resistance. So do we tried I to force through that resistance or do we just sit here and put my foot on the ice for a little bit and see kind of what's going on and it seemed like the ice was breaking so rather than decide to force our way into that which was possible and had we done that. I believe that God could run on that track as well. He could have made it work but was that his preferred will for life. We took us no and we've been perfectly happy with that. No but our lives could have been much much different. Had We decided that we were going to push that issue I'm going to put that back in your court. If you want to add anything to address some of those this is absolutely knew who lures services are Meyson. Kill you know an awesome. 's what is helpful unfold to me is that as I said before God can run on many tracks right. You know our son-in-law aw was thinking I'm going to spend some time in this particular place very soon and that turned out not to be true. he has his career Sort of mapped out. But it looks like some road bomb locks have have popped up there. And we've I try to give him some thoughtful council to Be careful as far as trying to force. What he thinks is the best way to go? That if if he does force that God can certainly work with that you think about Abraham They tried or did Abraham try to force his way on. God Abraham said or Abraham was told you're going to have basically a seed and it's going to be through many nations. Did he try a couple of alternatives. Hager's involved Scott the slave. God let him be the One and God said no twice to him now with Hagar Abraham obviously did father a child he took a different direction but God said I can still work even window. You've tried to go in a different direction. Ideally though we won't pet off in those places where God asked to say. I've got an alternative plan here because you didn't choose the best choice. Hopefully the older we get in life the better we do with making correct choices but God is always able to operate and in his world with any choice that we make. That's the beauty of serving God Call US Rita stations. Do Yeah well you have. God's idea will but God's idea will it's not always realized for example. How many people does God wants to be lost? Zero God's idea will is for. How many do we saved everybody? But is God's idea will be realized or fulfilled when it comes to salvation know if it's true then that God's idea will exist exists but it's not always fulfilled. Can we apply that to the Individual Washer. The individual has the ability to resist. That will or has the ability to want to do God's will but headed in different directions. It does seem a little overwhelming from our perspective active but God says look. I've got covered. Whichever way you bill? But ideally will try to when we think about what we pray. What would Jesus taught? What did he pray he said I will be done? That should be our attitude. God we WanNa do that will help us to find. That will and help us to understand that through perhaps perhaps circumstances open those doors. Close those doors. The Bible does specifically talk about open doors And you have there the image of closed doors as as well he does that for our benefit. Anybody else let's go back to exit. Sixteen we talk about some things that we didn't get to yet We also see as we think about What was taking place here as far as the timetable? Some time passes probably if this is around forty or so maybe a little bit later about seventy sixty seventy years later. One hundred twelve eighty arrives and there was a famous letter are written by a guy named Plea the younger. He was the governor of the region. Anybody would plead the younger and the letter that he wrote. Okay Day At least ray has and this might sound familiar to but please send a note to the emperor and about sixty years after after. This was taking place with Paul. A lot of people who'd become Christians so many people had become Christians. That plenty is a little worried. As far as what should I be doing with them. So he says that the Christians had reached out to so many people evangelism had spread so far and why that it was even even in the rural areas. This is like saying the Internet's finally out in the country. Everybody's got it. They were really concerned. He was really concerned about this now. Think about the consequences for that if you are in this area this control by role. What kind of worship are you gonNA have? Aren't you GONNA have Roman. Homeownership was that Roman worship to involve. You're you're going to have the worship of the emperor and they're going to be all these festivals all these fees and you're going to have to problem it you're going to have some animals that were slaughtered if everybody's becoming a Christian guess what's going to happen when it's time for that Pagan Roman festival. Nobody's he's GonNa show up and what's going to happen at the temples you're not gonNa have worshipers and what about the guys who are selling the animals for sacrifice. They got some choice meat. But nobody's buying as far as sacrifice. So here's what he said. He said interrogated Christian's three times if after the third interrogation interrogation at Christian still said he or she was a Christian punishment was followed. My understanding of the punishment was execution. Plenty reason that Christians refusal to deny Christ or announce the fate eight meant that a person surely deserved punishment. Isn't that interesting not really accused of a crime but just because she would not renounce Christ after given three times to do that while you must be guilty of something so we're gonNA punish you. That would not be a system of justice that we would like if a Christian Roman and refused to deny Christ and he or she was transferred to Rome. Well part of the emperor's reply was anonymous accusations against Christians should not be accepted so that was tempered a little bit. It was toned down some but it does tell us that the evangelism in this area it wasn't just by Paul A little bit later but there were a lot of people who went to every nook and Cranny to share the gospel of Christ. That should be our desire today. We'll want to reach people wherever they are with the message and give them a chance to become Christians. If you're looking at your map you're going to see the Paul at this point goes to Mrs. Yeah that would have been a province in North West Asia Minor. He also wanted to go where that B word he also. I want to go into but what happened. He was told. Though if you have the new American senator translation that does a good job with the original. Texas says that He was trying. The people were crying. That's expressed with the imperfect so there were multiple attempts and the spirit made it clear that that was not what needed to be done. You have some translations say Stan. I'm sorry this is GonNa take a minute so I'll I'll take your thought side issue curiosity for six. It says he was forbidden of the Holy Goals Seven spirit the ESPN mixes Jesus. I'm getting that right now. Okay I thought we were in a different direction. But let's take care of that right now. That's a good question. We don't know exactly how the spirit gave him information. That could have been a profit at work. It could have been a vision. It could have been some natural barrier for example. If you're trying to go and cross a particular area you say well. We can't get over here. We've got some hills or mountain. I can't climb that we turn around this way. And there's a river over there so they could have been some natural restrictions that were impeding the path or could have been That prophetic word. That also was that ongoing barrier. We simply don't know but the spirit did make the point that this was not right or God's will will now stand was saying you have the spirit of Jesus that's in the American Standard Translation. If you're the King James if you have the new King James it omits Jesus and the reason for that is. There's a manuscript variation depending on which manuscript year following manuscript. You're looking at. That's going to change. How the versus rendered if if you have spirit of Jesus that's not surprising because you have similar language elsewhere in the New Testament you can also find that or its equivalent and glaciers for six Talked about sending for the spirit of his son into the hearts of Christians. And then in the book of Romans Romans Chapter Eight nine you have the spirit of God. The spirit of Christ there is finally Philippians chapter former nineteen. We've got the spirit of Jesus Christ. It is therefore not unusual to find somehow the spirit of Jesus the spirit rid of crisis spirit of Lord elsewhere in scripture and that certainly could have been here why he used it. We don't know exactly. I am inclined to think that it shows the head whether you're dealing with this part of salvation or spiritual matters. The father says I'm interested son. Says he's interested. The Spirit says is interested here is the Holy Spirit guiding him if indeed it was the spirit of Jesus that tells me that the spirit of Christ or Jesus was interested in the evangelistic work that would make sense. Jesus the One who gave the Great Commission. He's the one who said I'll be with you always and perhaps that was luke's point here just seems interesting. Two sentences in a row uses water turns around uses deal. Yeah it's not the way we know what's it's not but that could have been done to once again. Show the unity between the two in the God head as well as the interest in the work that was being done. You have a couple of other practical lessons in this verse Paul. I think we touched on this earlier. Didn't always have an immediate understanding of God's will and secondly We we touched on both of those. I guess we Kinda got off track a little bit. God sometimes says not now but later I will give you this point. If you look at the map had Paul gone into but Thenia s he had hoped he might not have continued eastward and never gotten to Greece or Rome and that could eliminate some of the letters that he wrote. It could have eliminated several several of the letters that he wrote. That goes back to what I was saying before. This looks so good and maybe from some perspective is perfectly good and find Paul. Paul could have done a good job up in Asia. At the time he could have and Farrah's sometimes we look at something and we say we know this is right this. This is absolutely consistent. With God's will but God might be saying as good is that is as right as that is. I'm going to have attention. Shifted shifted over here because greater good can be done. That's a hard lesson for me. That's a hard lesson for us because it's so in the present it so immediate we can do this and it gets denied but God says hold on something better is going to come. Something better is going to be done. I well. It goes back to God describing how he is hadn't describes himself to Moses. He said I am are probably mentioned this again today or maybe next week but for us we think in terms of past present future. God simply says here I am and time is Kinda down there. I'm separate from time. And whatever you see his past present or future God simply says I am in. It was just kind of like a picture I see regardless on the timeline. God says I see it all if you have someone or some being that has that capacity that ability. That's really helpful to us. Because God says look I know everything that is taking replace everything that has taken place everything that will take place and I therefore have the best plan anything that went out arrests before pickup versus eight or nine. Stand back to you. also envision individual he says come over and preach us the people of Europe at point actually have that desire. It was something that got us to all of inner city. Maybe the answer to that is over next chapter eighteen. I believe that's it Let's pick up with worse five in chapter eighteen. Though when Silas and Timothy came down from Macedonia Paul was constrained by the word testified to the Jews Jesus was the Christ and when they oppose themselves in blasphemy ship out his reign and set it to them your blood be upon your heads and clean and henceforth I go forth under the gentiles. Okay keep that in mind. And he departed there and went onto the house of a certain man named Titus Justice when that worship God whose house was joined hard to the synagogue and Crispus the ruler of the synagogue believed in Lord with all this House and many of the Corinthians hearing believed in we're baptized and the Lord said Unto Paul in the night edition. Be Not afraid but speak and hold not by piece. Here's the other key verse. I am with the no man shall sit on the to harm the for. I have much people in this city. Godsend you go and preach. It's Kinda like you're going to preach in Las Vegas you want to go down to skid row. God The people I'm they're probably not the best prospects but God says I've got much people in the city not in the sense that they already become Christians. The church needs to be started. There hadn't started at this point but he says once again. Remember what we were talking about. God says I'm above time I just I exist. And and there's this little bubble called time and for me basically it's nothing. I know everything that is ever going to happen. So if you had that knowledge not predestination predestination. He simply says. I've got that knowledge that understanding if you know all things relative time you then know that if the the Gospel is preached in this city even way back when about hypothetical knowledge remember Jesus said had the gospel been preached here. The people would have repented long ago the message and so forth knew what the people in place like Sodom and Gomorrah would have done he he knew what was going to take place in court. He also knew with the people there in your K.. Let's pick up with that information that Stan was pointing to. That's an extra after sixteen eighty nine and passing by MRI of the came down to throw as you can see that in the map and addition appeared to Paul in the night. There was a man in Macedonia standing beseeching him and saying come over to Macedonia and help us passing by can be understood as passing around it or passing through it once again. That's going to be an area where Paul was not not allowed to preach in. That's going back for six. tro As you can see that because of its location it was a seaport city was located on the Aegean Sea at GNC. It was the gateway to Europe that was located in the area of Troy about four miles south of troy. When you think troy what comes to mind well anything else? What about that? Yeah the Trojan horse so there was about four mile difference between the place mm-hmm that had the Trojan horse and this area polls in that area he receives the night vision as you look at that word vision. I happen to check that. That's an interesting word. Aside from the book of Acts Vision is limited to matthew chapter seventeen and verse three or rather Matthew Seventeen nine repeatedly Italy in the book of acts with the exception of Chapter Seven verse thirty one that goes back to the vision that Moses had that vision is associated with evangelistic activity that to me is useful information when you're talking about spiritual gifts people today have all kinds of weird ideas about spiritual gifts. We've made the point from places like Mark Sixteen of his twenty Hebrews Chapter Two through four. The gifts were designed to do what with the word. They were designed to confirm the word while they did to that. But as you look this word vision and how it's used you could also say that. Not only were they involved with the confirming where we know that they helped preaching the word. Because if you've got the gift of tongues you can communicate indicate languages you'd never learned or you've got the gift of prophecy you're communicating the word you're confirming the word but also now with this vision. You're also helping ping you out with a word. You helping figure out where it needs to go. That's an aspect of spiritual gifts that we generally don't mention or something that we don't associate with guests but at least with this one And that wasn't a gift per se that was a miracle. But you begin to see those miraculous activities seventies for the first Christians. They helped in one way or another spread. The word of God Macedonia was a Roman province. Paul gets this vision. There's this man in Macedonia Vision centered on him. The visions not explained at least not in the text. But Paul as you look at verse ten he did figure out what this guy was. Wanting as you look at that word which is translated help it is a fascinating word. Because of how shoes elsewhere at least in a couple of passages one of the places this is where she used is Matthew Chapter fifteen you can look at versus twenty three twenty two through twenty five there's this woman Canaanite Ish woman and she says in Mathew Fifteen Verse Twenty Two that her daughter just doesn't have a demon she says my daughter is that St- with the demon when you think about a demon possessed daughter who's vexed. What does that sound like as far as the seriousness? It sounds like she's just being trouble day in and day out. This is an ongoing thing. Mom has tried to do everything she possibly can. And Mom is at her wit's end she comes to Jesus and said I need help. Same word we you can imagine how serious that was for her. Oh she's in a standard desperation. Saying I absolutely need you. This isn't something. I just like a little assistance with if you have some time. If it's convenient for you I need you to come then. The word is used one of the time in a very interesting way. Mark Chapter nine in verse. Twenty two this is the dad who comes to Jesus and the dad he says to Jesus I've got a son and he says my son often has two things happen to number one. He says my son often often casts himself into the fire. Because of a demon. Now can you imagine what your child would look like can be like if he was often cast into the fire by demon. I'm thinking singe fingers Nydia burned ear. Maybe burn toes. Who knows heavy sometimes is caught on fire and then he said my son is often cast into water now? That's one of the strangest pictures I think I've ever her come across the scripture. Can you imagine either close to water. Or the demon is driving the sun close to water and he's just perhaps thrust into the water by the demon. Let's bad the MOM was in a bad state because her daughter but this Dan really had to be frustrated and in Mark Nine twenty two you. Do you WanNa know how frequently that happened. The Dad said this happens often could have been daily. It was a frequent occurrence. He comes to Jesus and said I need help. When you look at those two places where the word is used and it's found elsewhere in the new testament you begin to have make a really good understanding of the kind of help that's needed? It's like somebody being trapped under a tractor and the life is being squeezed out. That's about about all he can get so. This is something that is urgent. This is something that I really need assistance for. That message may have been very encouraging. Paul can you mentioned can't preach the Gospel. Oh can't preach the Gospel. Paul can't Preach Gospel Call Paul and now all of a sudden he gets his vision and the guy says we need help. Well I bet I know what that is. Unique even come preach the Gospel. Yippee I can finally go and do what I WANNA do. People as we think about health they might make might request help for a lot of reasons and sometimes that requests for help is spiritual person might need help in the sense of encouragement that assistance might be in the form of enlightenment. Sometimes the help might take the form of a rebuke. Perhaps long suffering is involved. The Christians should be helpful people as you look at this man. There've been commentators who spent quite a bit of time trying to identify different suggestions. Suggestions have been put forth. One of the ones that I think is interesting but there's no basis for it is that there was an angel over there asking for help. I'm not sure that makes Kawata sense to me but some have made that proposal others have suggested that it was a pagan that it seems to me to be possible. Perhaps likely other people suggest yes. That was a luke trying to claim that this was loops hometown once again. That doesn't seem like it's a real strong possibility to bobble simply says he was a man along with same he was a man we do have something else. said he was a man who was sitting down outstanding. Well if God is God of detail he gives Paul this vision and he's standing in the vision. Why might have been standing versus either sitting or maybe face down on the ground? There are a lot of physicians he could have been in. Why stand I think that's right? When somebody stands up they might or they might not be waving the arms but if somebody stood up in class today that would probably get our attention shen? We could have people sort of slouching down in the Pew. Somebody Leans over starts to go to sleep that also like a little bit of attention but if somebody stands up as don said that's going onto increase that's going to accentuate the significance. The cry for help was really cry for the whole Western world and if God were giving visions today do you think that same vision could be given people standing up and saying we need help. We need to hear the Gospel of Christ troas LaSalle thing or two about that. That was an important sitting. Pulse life once again. You can see that on the map. It's easy to find where else this should come. Readily to mind quickly to mind. Where else do you read about Troas and especially Paul in the book of Acts Mary? You know we need to look a little elsewhere. Oh come on Tro ass. Has Paul Window death. Lord's Supper Oh there Barrett is acts twenty. Paul came to troas remember. He's there for the week. It was at Troas. He had the breaking of bread where the disciples chapter twenty four seven and it was there that somebody who starts with E. with US UTICA SR right UTICA SR fell out of the window and Paul brought him back to life. That was all at Troas. This is important place one of the little interesting point over in the book of Second. Corinthians the Second Corinthians Chapter and Verse Twelve Paul Tells the Corinthians that a door of opportunity he was talking about economic opportunity. He says there was an opportunity. Me in the sense of an evangelistic work this was later in life it would have been associated with his third missionary journey. He says this great the opportunity dissident troas but didn't take he said. I decided that there was news about you from Titus and I had to go to Macedonia and find titus. I was very anxious about that so I chose this over that there is for me another great lesson over were there and maybe this goes back a little bit to our discussion as well. We say I have two different directions. I can go. There's this direction in this case pulse that I can go into troy awesome preach and I know that's consistent with God's will is at least as far as frequently Gospel but over here. There's this need. There's this great need to find doubt about titus. And what he has to say about this church at Corinth that I had a big part in and I have to make a choice A. or B. I'm going to choose be even though a is very attractive to me. Those choices are not fun but we all face them in life we say okay. It has to be this way or that way. I like both choices. I really can't decide. It's sort of like the desert. They say you can't have to. You've gotTa have the cake or the Pie. Which one do you on the other? The person gets the other one was kind of a bummer. Now we might be able to sort of share the deserve but in this case Paul had to make that choice anything they want to touch on before we pick up versus ten eleven. Okay got about four minutes left but it let's at least read that and get started. And when he had seen the vision straightaway or immediately. We sought fourth to go into Macedonia Dan concluding that God had called us to preach the Gospel to them setting sale therefore from Troas we made a straight course to south race and the day following to the Apple Lewis. These verses are going to provide the introduction to a major change in Paul's missionary work for this journey up to this time Paul and Silas this had previously for the most part then visiting congregations established by Paul and Barnabus. Now that's GonNa Switch Paul now concludes. He's come. I'm doing understanding that. God says it's time to go into this area of Macedonia. You can see that on the map and he says it is there that we are going to preach the Gospel School that verb which is translated concluding issues back in Acts Chapter Nine Verse Twenty Two To Describe Paul Proving The Gospel to people. And they're it's actually translated translated proof so Paul gets this vision. It seems to me that he shares this with the pain. You can imagine what they must have been wondering and thinking if if they're in this area and and the spirit is forbidding them this says no no no no and Paul comes along and says hey guys we need to go into Macedonia preach if your team member. What do you think that's going to probably my top question? Are you sure. How do you know what was poly say? I saw this vision. There was this guy who is a Macedonia. Anything we'll need help even if the head some questions about what the hell was. It was clear that that was where the needed to go. Macedonia was one of two Roman province in the provinces the other was A. KFC was the northern province. Aka would have been the southern province. We now know that area as Greece when you look at that the area in some respects it may not seem like Paul had a lot of success. You remember who were headed towards in Chapter Sixteen the next next convert that we're going to read about Nex who is next Sixteen Lydia and there are some women by the Riverside now. If you haven't been preaching for Awhile and you get to go into a new area you might be thinking. Oh wait how big the crowd the first time. We're going to preach to hundreds but that's not the way it works Gods set God says you get there and your first group of people is going to be some women down by the Riverside oversight now if we had some women down by the Riverside today we might say well. That's great opportunity but in that culture some women God what are you doing. Well okay. Let's get through that. And then who's he ended up with next in X.. Chapter Sixteen Yeah. There's the jailer. God We talked to women and now over here with jailer. I would be wondering God we were infertile territory back there when the area when we're in the areas for Jerry Angola. Why didn't you let us go there? This stuff seems puny man. We got incarcerated to boot. But what was God's once again I'm up here I see it all I understand it all and you hang tight with me and it's GonNa be good it's GonNa work out in the best possible symbol way even though from your limited perspective. You can't see it right now. Paul may not have been thinking that. But I'll tell you what a lot of Christians who think that is is very very difficult for us to see God as that one who's above all and to have the faith to trust him that he knows best and he can work things out in the best possible way.

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Why Apologetics? | Episode 5

Theology Answers Podcast

52:10 min | 2 years ago

Why Apologetics? | Episode 5

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We are a podcast as a part of the striving for eternity Christian podcast community. Join us there at striving for eternity dot org. Hello, welcome to the G answers. Today. We want to tackle an issue that's really fresh and all world in our day. There is a large display of people no matter where you look defending the faith whether it's online and street at the coffee shop or even in the local assembly believers, what we call the church especially on social media now, but we don't wanna talk about is their attitudes cetera. But often get the at the the question skews me asked of me. Why should we defend the faith at all shouldn't Christians just ten to themselves and studied the bible to sales and even on the street when some of our men are out opener preaching, we get a lot of feedback from many different people, but we get the most criticism from those professing Christians who say, well, we appreciate what you're doing. And we agree with what you're saying. We just don't think you need to be outside preaching the gospel. And so I guess the question that we wanna ask today in this episode is you know, what are we supposed to do? In regard. To sharing the faith or defending the fate or more. Clearly, what does the bible teach about apologetic? Who is to do it? Why is it commanded? And then we'll go from there and ask the question what areas are worth defending when it comes to apologetic. And what are some of the major problems coming against the church today? So as we get started. I'll let brother Eddie go ahead and speak to that since this is sort of his Cup of tea. Yeah. I think it's not only is it one of the more important doctrines that we find in terms of commission for the church that we find in the New Testament, but it's one of the most neglected areas, particularly in the church, and I say in terms of importance it is commanded of all ju three writing to the entire church. He says contend or argue earnestly for the faith that was once for all hap- hacks once for all. Handed down to the saints. That means there's one faith. There's not new revelations of faith. There's one faith, and it was handed down and we're supposed to contend earnestly for that. And also, our our standard passage, and I. Ter-? Then of course, even of Jude was the only one it's still still commandments for the Christian Peter rights to all Christians like Jude to always be be ready and make a defense always be ready to make this defense. That's where we get the word Apolo. Apologetic apoligise, always be ready to do to do this to everyone who asks to give a law gos- or reason for the hope that's within you. So what we find here in these two passages to the entire church is we're called to defense. That means a biblical refutation and Peter says give an account and the word is log us to give a a reason a positive affirmation for your faith. So we see apologetic twofold, and we see through scripture, you know, whereas it flips one seven pulses I'm in prison for the apologetic and confirmation of the gospel flippancy seven that's why he was imprisoned for his apologetic. And it's just very interesting that today. And you know, this probably far more myself, you're ridiculed if you engage in any kind of apologetic. But your question is very good question. You know, where do we draw the line in what sense a week of apologetic? So we just you know, where Ralph's market we just want to give politics every checker. And and you know, every person we see in grabbed by the lapels and say, you know, let me defend my faith to your brother, you know, or or or something like that. No, you know. And I think that's a that's a very good issue that Christians need to address. Very important. Well, when we think about apologetic a lot of people try to differentiate, and this is something that I've always tried to help people understand. There is a method and a means to apologetic in the context of just defending the truth. And we see a lot of that. And in the colts and world religions apologetic. But I'd like to make the point that apologetic. If we myself is a thing. But really it is part of the action of Angelism. It is part of what we do. We think about evangelism. We think about all the Pauline epistles all of the apostolic missionary journeys, and we see they went to city to city to city to city in order that they may teach the gospel as it was given to them Paul would take personal possession of he said this Mago spoil. I've been made a minister of this gospel. And this is my gospel and people receive the gospel this evangelism the sharing or the the. Doing and the teaching of the evanger, which is the good news of Jesus Christ his finished work of atonement and justification of his people. So then when we see the other area of that as as they went into these areas as they went into those. You know, different cities, and they begin to preach. The good news. Just we see in Matthew twenty eight where it says go make disciples by teaching them to what Obama Christ that means to believe, first and foremost and the gospel of Christ the person of Christ as we see them doing the work of Angelism. And then it was just natural in that context for them to then do apologetic like we see Paul in with the Romans. We see Paul with the thespians and other places, Peter and the Hebrew people. Even the writing of the letter to the Hebrews is an apologetic against Judaism. And so from that point of view, I think that we all need to remember that apologetic is part of it's not a separate thing that people are called to. And I think you made that I like the way you said that we're all commanded the bible was written for us, and we are under it. We are commanded to be ready to give a reason to be able to explain. What we believe and in all honesty, apologetic is really teaching the truth of scripture in a way that counters the falsehood of scripture and the lie that the world would do in the twisting of scripture. I didn't mean to say falsehood have scripted with the falsehoods claimed of scripture at cetera. Paul Paul was he was imprisoned for everything. And that was the guarantee that he had and I find today that maybe it is why so many people don't share the fate. And it's probably why so many pastors and churches do not have that as part of their DNA in that they don't won't to to feel the ridicule. They feel like they're better evangelists they fill out their better evangelists when they're not being confrontational. And I don't see that in the narrative of the New Testament matter of fact, I believe the air to the New Testament says that it's not we who are confrontational. But it's the gospel. That's confrontational. Let's at least how how how you think with how stayed what will be will be your. Absolutely. I agree. It's the gospel. That's confrontational. And I think that's one of the main reasons I see it as two main reasons why Christian pastors too, many of them not all of them. There's some great solid guys out there. Too many of them want to hide that this area of confrontation and speaking out warning people and so on and so forth as the apostle tin and as work commanded because they know that it's going to cause problems, and it's going to cause disputation among the the congregants it's going to cause division and all these things, but it's amazing. And sometimes I would as what how seriously they take scripture. I mean, these are the qualifications of pastor and their to the commandments of Christian interesting when Paulison Athens, even the narrative, literature, we see the apostles practicing apologetic when palm in Athens, and he was waiting. He was waiting for his his companions. I think it's act seventeen in a believer. Sixteen says his spirit was being provoked within him as he was observing the city full of idols. And if you're not provoked, you know. And if you're not if you don't feel anything in the face of false, doctrine, I question your seriousness in your faith, or if you've really have a faith. Because the next verse we read that as a result. He's is. So he was he was reasoning the Greek term DEA logo. He was arguing in the synagogue with the Jews and God fearing gentiles and in the marketplace with every day to those who happened to be present. Because the spirit in him was provoked says his spirit was provoked. So as a God devoted Christian. He was provoked at the idolatry. And we need to be provoked when we see idolatry and doctrine or anything else. And if we're not provoked, we got a really examine our our our based doctrine, and our theology. And what you know, how serious is our commitment to the Lord, right? So I agree with, you know, I think you're absolutely right. We need to and as as you know, as a pastor, you you, preach, you know, you preach act. Gently and solidly, and you have the attitude let the chips fall where they may you. I'm gonna preach. What's in scripture? You know, as did the apostles, you know, and I think, you know, all the Christian leaders or bible study teachers are anyone who's in a teaching capacity. Must have that same attitude, right? You make a great point. There brother Edward is that, you know, pastors teachers Sunday school, teachers, whatever if you're teaching the scripture, I have we are banned to teach it accurately and Thawra Tatum, and we're bound to teach it holistically odd recently had a conversation with someone who said that you know, they they are teaching a class. I have someone in their church who's just started teaching a class, but there's they're shying away from reformed things. And when you think about reform things what what do you mean reform things you mean reform things like justification by faith alone. Or you mean reform things like Jesus is God in the flesh, you mean reform things like God is sovereign over all things and all the vision of man, you remain reform things about having one, faith and one Lord and one baptism one spirit one gospel. What what are you mean, they didn't know how to answer that question? But all. Ultimately, what it meant is that they were just going to teach through scripture in only touch on those parts of scripture that actually gave some type of human ability to Walkin manner that somewhat gave a semblance of that command. For example, you know, love your neighbor as yourself not people actually teach that and think that people can follow it. And they think that people can follow it. And when I say stuff like this a lot of time. So we are anti Nomi. And I didn't say you weren't held accountable for not loving your neighbor. However, the scriptures very clear that we cannot love our neighbor as we are commanded to in the manner in which we're commanded to. So even all the love that we have for neighbor is not enough love to justify the holy requirement of God in that command. So then we therefore believe in the gospel of grace that Jesus Christ as loved his neighbor as he should. So therefore, he fulfilled that before the Lord. And when he died on the cross he died for the son of us, not being able to love our neighbor and even more. So he died on the cross to satisfy the sins of when we hated are. Labor and murdered our neighbor and stole from our neyland. And we we don't we see a lack of authoritative teaching in the church today when it comes to apologetic. And it's no wonder why Christians can't defend what they believe because most of them, and you, and I've had this conversation many times before brother, most of them are not even aware of what they do believe on the simple things and own the central things and most importantly on the necessary things. You know, as we're speaking. I'm, you know, both of us have traveled extensively churches, and and being administered administer longtime a lot of times people just they don't want offend anyone there really don't. I don't say that cavalier because we always hear that. But the fact is. They don't in which they actually do the opposite. They come with flattering speech and all these things, and I was just remembering first Celona chapter two Paul says, we came bold. We we didn't speak with air. He says we never came with flattering speech or some kind of he says with a pretext for greed. God is as witness. He said, we don't we don't seek the glory of men. You know, that's not why we came. And I think if every evangelist and every passer have that attitude, they're teaching would be different if they didn't preach because of greed, if they didn't preach because of they want to, you know, influence friends, and and really they didn't have the mentality of pleasing every single person there and staying away from reformed doctrines or essential doctrines, which seemed boring to a whole lot of passers out there. They would preach differently. I think Paul says Galatian 's one ten. He says if I if I seeked policeman. I'm not a slave to Christ. I think that's sums it all up if our endeavors to policemen that we're not slaves. Kreis? Can we just preach the gospel? Do our job. That's where called the do. Teach. The good news and the bad news. That's our job. That's right. That's right. That's a good word there, brother. I'll tell you. And it it's difficult and that that brings me a lot of things to talk about it. We'll have to have to have a thousand shows to get all this stuff out. But when when we think about what pastors ought to be doing, and I know mainly our audience who knows what it is. Or what it's going to be or what the Lord may make it be in the future. But for those of you Hilton to this podcast, you're either a pastor or you know, someone who is a pastor or you're a member of church, or maybe you're an unbeliever, and you soon will either be a pastor or a person who is in the congregation under a pastor. And so I'll just save your pastor you need to listen, you need to listen to what we're saying. Because we're not giving our opinion just as you said, we're not here to please men. And it doesn't matter if people delete these audio recordings and never listened to us again, but we have a duty under Christ. And by the authority of scripture to show what the bible teaches that man should be doing when he has been gifted the oversight of the of the sheep of cry. For whom he died. It is not a game is not a social construct. That is not something that we do from a business point of view. But we are to defend the faith of Christ for the sake of the souls of the elect and for the sake of their joy as they traverse this life as their salvation by faith alone in Christ. And there's so many times people will will tell me that, you know, I don't I don't defend the truth of marriage. I don't think it's necessary for Christians to defend the truth of marriage, and I was talking with one brother about this several years ago, and he even said to me, and I'm not indicting him. I'm just showing you how easy this is for us to get caught up in. If we're not careful he said to me that he was teaching out of a particular passage of scripture that actually called out homosexuality as sin, and it wasn't even the topic of his sermon, but it was related because he was talking about marriage. And when he was reading through the text, and he was talking about these things there were two men on the front row of. Of the fellowship that got up and left because they were offended he called homosexuality actually that he quoted scripture when he called sin, and he said to me these words he said if I had known they would have been there. I would have been my tongue. I would have not said that. And when he when wa would you do that he said, well, it's been a few years, but to paraphrase, he basically came back and said, well, you know, I think we could have reached them had they not been offended. But what people don't realize is that to defend the fate is to offend the apostate. It's offensive to me when God showed me that everything that I was was wicked and when God's word came to me with life. It was an offense to me the gospel was offensive to my flesh. But it was a fragrant beauty to my soul because the flesh still fights. But the soul is made alive the spirit gives life. But the letter kills that's how Paul puts. That's good. I think unfortunately, I see the promise to fold a lot of folks, it's almost one extreme or or the other extreme it's either one extreme is to wanna defend every single thing. But in a very vociferous way, which is not good. Because again, the the two principles of the first century church is love and doctrine we love, but we're very bolt in our defense. But we don't want to be pejorative. We don't want to, you know, do it at the sake of of start making personal attacks. I mean, the apostles, you know, they were just very bold in their in their presentation, and they're very passionate and the presentation. They offended everybody. You know, we can't be afraid of offending remember. When Paul spoke to the he got the last time, he's going to see the episode's leaders. He gathered to all of the elders pastors. So he can you know, really give a farewell address because he would never see these people. Can that's what he said. Yeah. And and remember in verse twenty six this is the point. I think you were making when he says this day, I'm innocent of the blood of all men because I didn't shrink from declare new the whole if I compare for the whole scripture, you know, I didn't I didn't leave out parts that were offensive I declared everything to you. And then he tells the the it's probably looting to easy thirty three. When you see the sword coming. You don't warn the people God will hold their blood on your hands. We have an obligation Christians to warn the people, and it's just amazing today. People no one wants to name names. How would you respond to that? We shouldn't name names we can talk about the bad doctrine. But don't name the names. You know, we don't need the name the names of the false teachers just know, we maybe men, what do you think about that? I for all the time I used to get all of that. And and I run a cly even talk about, you know, generalizations of false things and false practices and people come up after service that you're talking about my friend or you're talking about. No. But there have been times, I've mentioned names, and people will always say, we shouldn't mention names. Well, here's a here's a reason to mention names. Well, I say what an area that. I don't think we should mention names. We don't need to mention names where people aren't aware of names, for example, if there's a false teacher that I met six months ago, and he's on the obscure corner of the internet somewhere. And I met him in Augusta or I met him in you know, in Oakland, and nobody knows him. I would be foolish to say don't look at this guy because everybody's going to go look at what they shouldn't look at. But when you know that people are mainstream, and, you know, especially from a pastoral perspective that when I if I walk around town or I in the you know in the fellowship with the saints. I hear people are see people align or or have conversations or even see the book, I've see a book of a heretic sitting on the coffee table of a church member. Oh them as their brother. And especially as their pastor owed them the truth that that particular teaching although it may be fond to them. It may give them some feelings that they enjoy and they may equate those things that truth of those feelings with with. Something that God is revealing himself or some truth that they may think is biblical to them to show them that it's wrong. It's wrong. Because it will lead them down a path. I use the shack as an example, the shack was a book that came out years and years ago, and and then they've most recently in the last few years made a movie about it. Well, received a lot of calls from people who I love and care for dearly. And they would say have you read the shack, and I would say, no, I haven't read the shag. So I went on to the bookstore that afternoon, and I got it. And I read the shack in an hour and five minutes, and I was horrified. I wept, and I was horrified because the people that I was speaking with they had for the first time in a decade were overjoyed at the Lord and his glory and his beauty and his love as illustrated the Shatt, not as illustrated by the scripture. So I had to go on the warpath. I had to tell people this book. And this author and this slash so-called theologian is wrong. And people would say, well, you shouldn't do that. So now to your question. What do I think about it? I think you have to call names Paul did Paul told Timothy to watch out for these guys Paul Timothy that demons had fallen in love with the world, and he left Jesus and Paul and others teach that there is a time where church discipline results in the excommunication of a particular person or persons. So therefore, they will have to be maimed. So that they are ostracized in the community of our lives until they repent of their sin and us show that their confession is actually in Lom with their with their lives. And then we also see the fact that that many many times what did Paul do when he wrote the New Testament every letter is about some particular group of people, and I know you don't see a whole lot of names. But everywhere, you look you see this group of people you see the Judy ours. You see the circumcision party, you see the you see. The nostitz. You see this? You see that you see people who are saying the resurrection has already taken place, and these apostles are very stern said these people Markham worn them, and then have nothing else to do with them. So how are we to do that? If we don't know who we're talking about do we just come up from pastoral perspective say, hey, if you ever think about something you here, and it sounds a little odd. And it sounds a little touchy feely or you hear this phrase, then then run for the hills. Or what if it's an issue like a TD, Jakes or Joyce Meyer? Who may have a lot of good pragmatic teaching that somebody might listen to when I say pragmatic, I'm not talking about biblical on just made pragmatic. Maybe some good council for somebody Sokha logically to be able to walk as a good mother. And they listen to it for years, and all of a sudden, they're indoctrinated very subtly into false the Oliver and false doctrine. They learn about a false God and Lord help if they ever trust in that false God. And so I think that it's very at. But at the same time, I can't power. On the pool pit stop my feet snarl spit in scream and act like an idiot. And when I do that Abu come an obstacle. I become a stumbling block, and I'm not teaching anyone I'm really just ranting and raving, and I think there's a difference like you mentioned a minute ago. Edward is that Paul was provoked in his spirit by false doctrine. And you know, what he did? He didn't do what Jesus did because Jesus had the authority as God to go into cleanse the temple people say we'll see Jesus cleansed the temple. We can that that all went in prayerfully and begin to teach people truth he began to evangelize and even utilizing their idolatry to point to the reality of the gospel. Yeah. That's that's a very good point. What really you know in insane. Which just said, we we also see still clearly when Jesus on earth. He he added particular role to fill number one. He wasn't there to teach every single nut and bolt of doctrine. He left that up to his apostles. That's why we, you know, we have why we have the pistols and Jesus really came for one reason to die. You know? That's why he came. So sometimes people confuse two things as you were speaking. I was thinking of two things that confuse. Onto issue number one, they confuse narrative literature of the gospels. And what how Jesus treated the Pharisees and teaching what were instructed to do and the number two people will confuse apologetic defending naming names, sewn and so forth with with not loving. They they don't it's a false dichotomy, and you mentioned specifically the groups that denied the resurrection. The or they said already happened have an ice filleted and second Timothy two Paul. We know on him, and is some fallacious because Paul mentioned to Timothy Timothy can warn the church about these people in fact, when we first hear about heaven is and fallacious we I think back, and I him Affi Paul says talks about Alexander to Alexander the metalworker arm Herdman. I. Yes, we mentioned names air. But in I won twenty says heaven is Alexander whom I handed over to Satan, you know, so they'll be they'll be taught not to say these blasphemous things. Now, he told Timothy this. So Timothy can communicate because we know Timothy wasn't a pastor. He was more of a an interim or a trainer of sore. He was training the passers on you know, on Paul's authority. So Timothy was warning people by naming names. It's very unloving. I think you mentioned Joyce Meyer's. And and there's many like Joyce Meyer's who are just teaching more of a get your best life today. This is your best life today. Like Jolo seen Joyce Meyer's all these people and the issue, you probably would agree with me. It's the issue is not if they're saved or not. But the issue is that the damaging doctrines their teaching. Even if they does not even that's that's not even the issue that I'm looking at if they're saving I'm looking at are. They teaching damaging doctrine are the impacting in a very negative way teaching Christians with God said when God never said it teaching Christians that God promises. God never promised it. That's the problem more if they're if they're saved or nine it doesn't matter really in this sense. People are are not being discerning and the get mad at you. If you mentioned their favorite person. But hey, this this is the most unloving act if you know, if you know that swords coming in you don't warn the people God, hold their blood on your hands. Yes. Lord help us. Well, that brings us to part two of this question really something that we've been asked to talk about. Regarding these people who teach falsely regarding the knee because we we've established, you know, roughly, we've established the idea that the bible teaches and commands apologetic in defense of the fate. The scripture also teaches the scripture also teaches that how we should do it. And in what manner we should do it? So we we have those things. But now, I guess the question will be for our listeners. What what damages the church most in our contemporary times, what areas are really worth defending, and what are some of the major. We could talk for years about this. But what are some of the major problems come against the church today that are worth defending? I I see one one of the major problems is a two fold number one. How God saves. As you know there within the church. There's you have to decidedly different different views on how saves is at God. And man or is it God alone. And let me tell you as I sit audibly how you believe God saves, and who you believe Jesus died for affects will affect most every dimension of your vandalism of what you say. Yes. Because of you believe it's cooperation if you believe that Jesus died ambiguously was a universal atonement. And you just you know, he's begging everyone to he's really the bigger on the cross, and he's wanting everyone to come and all these things, and it's up to the man to decide while you're going to you're going to evangelize, according to your theology, you're gonna start giving him a somewhat of a good well-meant offer of a friendship evangelism. Because you don't. It's up to you. It's up to the man's decision. Is up to you to lead him to Christ? It's going to affect the way you present doctrine and the sect in the second issue. I see is. More than one of the second issue. Also is is how you hear God. Do here God from scripture loan or do you hear God? And you're gonna explain this. Do you hear God by extra sources? So I see those two huge problem in the church. Wow. Yeah. Yeah. We kid. We volumes could be written on the on the second thing, especially volumes have already been written on the first one but volumes written on the second one. You know solar scripture is the Marion foundational pillar of of the process reformation. It's not something created it was what scripture teaches of it self at its thorough. Tate of Paul goes goes so far to not just teach scripture as Arteta because it is the breath of God, it is breathed out by God, and is useful for all success that we could possibly desire ministry. It is useful for salvation. It is useful for all things. It is necessary effectual for these things. But Paul goes on to say on the smaller points on the issues of application when he commands lucky does to the Corinthians. And he says anyone who does not regard. These words do not consider them, brother. So when we look at the scriptures, and that will in that regard. It's really interesting that you would answer. Those things first and foremost because I mean, they are the foundation that leads to so many other things we see the Armenian three will Palladian type the all that comes out of the issue that you deal with. I the first thing saying, you know, how God save for whom did Christ. Nah, we see, you know, evangelism. I know in my own life. When I was a young boy how evangelism was taught to me is that God is desperate to save every single person. And and it might say people might say, well that that pushed you that push you to be more Vangelis. No, I'm more vandalistic now because then I was desperate, and I wasn't desperately sharing in defending the faith of Christ and teaching scripture. I was desperate. Call and people to follow a plan that I had been taught that would get them to the salvation that I desperately hope they would find and it wasn't even the gospel. It was a plan. It was an actional their part. It was a decision and their mind. Not what the scripture teach. But I'll tell you that second one. How do we hear from God? Oh my goodness. If we if we settle that in the world today brother, we we would put Christian bookstores out of business. I do believe. One of the one of the worst ways is presented by one of them. In fact, this very ironic church that I'm sitting at right in there. Because I go to their little cafe as I told you because they're they're Starbucks Coffee being none of these places have it. It's called the oatmeal. They actually use oak milk oat milk Latta, and I can't get anywhere else. Anyways. It's somewhat quiet. But it's connected to a large. Search. I was just telling you about called shepherd of the hills in Chatsworth, California. And. It's connected to their bookstore. And this is one of the worst ways. I think to say you hear from God and one of the books one of the popular books by Sarah young these called the Jesus calling. Yes. And she now she's changed her book so many different times like she makes it up as she goes along. However, her methodology that she says she uses is she has a script in one hand with a pin, and she kinda meditates, and she hears the words of God. She starts writing, you know, what she hears. Now. What does that call the coal to world? No, it's called auto. Righty? It's very occulting system. But why is it here at this so-called Christian, bookstore wise, it at all the bookstores because that's what the people want. They don't want to read they want supernatural. They want tangible stuff would agenda say you perverse generation. You're always looking for a sign. Crazy, the assertions, you know, the methodology people here in God these days. Well, when we when we think about these things brother, we've got we've got a lot of work to do. But in that same thinking, I know that what we've talked about today can stir some people in different directions, sometimes it'll stir people toward anger. They'll be upset with us because we dared talk about people like Sarah young. We're not talking about them. We're stating that which is obvious because they put it out for publication. When if this podcast is is is out for publication. People can listen to it and disagree with it and commentate on it. They can make means out of you, can do whatever you wanna do. You could submit it to the Satan, his church if you won't to for them to hack up and make a sound whatever they won't. It's when something is public. It is for public use. And when people who claim to be writing for God claim to be speaking for God or claim to be teaching about God, the church has an obligation, and we have the reedom in our world for people are in our country and culture for people to say what they want to say. But so do Christian. Nhs and Christians are had rather see. And this is this is a generalized statement. But it seems it appears that so many professing Christians would rather eat in peace at a restaurant than go up and sit down and have a conversation with someone who was reading the book written boss area. I've done that several times with the shack and Sarah Young's book, Jesus call in she's written subsequent books on that as well as well as when I see, you know, your best life now. And and even some some books that are written Bassem van gels. That will remain nameless. In this podcast. We'll have a we'll have a podcast episode that we'll talk about the heretical evangelical maybe in the future. But for now, I mean, I I would see that. And I would sit on engage with these people. They they enjoy the conversation. I what are you reading? I heard about that. And that's the truth thing. Tell me about it. Well, what does it mean? You know, what what does it mean to you? What have you gotten out of that what have you seen? And you know, what I've done in that instead of saying well. That's a hair a heretical book. That's a terrible book. I would take my scripture that I have with me. I carry my Bob a with me almost without fail by the Lord's, grace, everywhere, I go not digitally, but imprint and open it up, and I show it some said, you know, what the bible really says about that. And I show him here, and I'll take him to John's docile, and I'll take them to the book of Colossians, and I'll take them to the letter to the Fiji's, and I'll take him over the New Testament, and I will show them the beauty of Christ. And I was show them the power of God through Jesus Christ. Our show them the gospel of grace, and what happens is when I do that. I have not said one thing negative about what they're reading of ask questions, and then I've answered them with scripture and two things happened. Typically, most of the time people say, I've really enjoyed this conversation, you give me some to think about and and then sometimes people will say. Wow. This book doesn't teach that. And no matter what no matter what they say. It doesn't matter because God's word is already been given the truth has already been proclaimed the sort of what Paul did with the when he went in there. And he said look at all these idols, you've got you have named everything and you got the grass God and the sun God and the moon God and the cricket God. And the tadpole God in every got out there. He said, you're so smart, you've got one up here says to the unknown. God let me tell you who this is he's the God of all gods. The king of all kings. The Lord of all lords he created the universe and everything in it. And so on and so on and so on came to earth lived a holy life dot on the cross and was raised from the dead. And what happened most of the people there scoffed, adding, but some came up and inquired, we want to hear more about this Jesus you say is the God of all gods. And that's what we do. That's our that's our task. And that's our call, and it goes right back to the first thing that you say plagues our churches today is who. How God saves and who God saves and who is Christ dot four but calls on know the truth of that according to scripture Aachen evangelize in that way, and I can leave the result with God. And that's a beautiful thing. And most importantly, you can't believe the gospel. If you don't believe the scripture. Right. Right. Exactly. All of it. You know, we talked. We talked about this before the, you know, the the sole a the five solely that came out of our information. But there was also principle called Toyota's script era, and they believe that all scripture should be taught. And that's something that we need not only to practice, but we need to believe that all we need to believe that all of scripture must be taught many Christians leaders in the church believe in scripture, but they don't believe all of scripture should be taught because of whatever the reasons they might offend their core givers or something, but they can't I worry about offending men. And a good point. I think we all evangelists, and and all of us need to I think embrace all the time is that when we preached the gospel are gospel presentation is not merely for converts to make you know, the the God uses the gospel as a means to save his people. Yes, that is a reason. But not merely the reason it also glorifies God as we've seen with the church of Ephesus in revelation it also and first and foremost, really, it's it's a commandment insp-. Out of the results. I was in one of the largest altar call ministries, as you know in the nineties, and they would always leaders would always ask the question. You know, how many came forward tonight, you know, it's a big altar call ministry, you know, I was Dell people was my past life, but as big altar ministry, we we soc- close on an average because it's easy to tally about three hundred fifty thousand every single year that would actually walk forward. And you know, James, we we should do a whole segment soon on just alter calls. There's so much to do on that subject many ways. And the question would always be at the end of the week. You know, how many salvation situ see how many people came forward? And that's that. That's not how you get. I mean, you know, that's not the sole reason for for preaching the gospel. It's it's not a reason at all for for alter call all to calls on biblical. But. We glorify God. Number one. We number two. It's commanded of all Christians depre- successful. And number three. It's normal means God uses to save his people. Those are three solid Biblically. Typically, solid reasons to preach the gospel. Even if no one comes forward, we glorify God accurate presentation. Yes. That's right. It's it it. Let's make that our next podcast. Actually, let's let's make the next one. What are ultra calls? What does the bible say about him? Should we do them? And why not? Yeah. We answered. What's wrong with wrong with them? Yeah. No. I know you've you've done all you've done altar call so of probably done more. But you know, we both were in altar call kind of churches, or with me, the whole altar call ministry, and so I think we can we can we can talk by experience. What happens at an altar call? But yeah, let's want the next show and stay tuned because our next show should. Yeah. We will tackle the issues of altar call and answer. The question is it on biblical? Or is it non biblical is that you know, is Harrison bald or is it something? That's okay. Because salvation can come through it as long as you're preaching the gospel. So does that make it okay? And a few other questions that we can we can ask and discuss that'd be a great next topic show. Absolutely L. Let's make that our show, and you guys listen in and come see us next week on that one and discuss it and also just so you can be reminded. You have a question for us. You can send us a message. Over at theology. Answers dot com. We can just put your question in and we'll address it at a in a future show, but back to our topic today as we get ready to close this out. You made you made an interesting statement there about the preaching of the gospel is not just for angels. It's not just for salvation it also gives glory to God. And here's something very interesting that I'll I'll add to that is that when we when we share the faith when we come to the place where we're defending the fate through apologetic, which is part of vandalism. We are telling what is true we are calling out. What is false. We are doing it all with what is Peter site, gentleness and respect we're doing it. God is glorified in it. Even when no one is saved through it. And God is glorified in it, especially when people are saved through it. But also it is not just. For and this is something that I had a really bad time with early on twenty years ago. When I first became a pastor is that I believe that the gospel was for the lost. And that there was some other extra effort to go into the bible into pull out some pragmatism for the sake of the church. So that we the Saint something new, and you know, what the scripture teaches is that the defense of the fake and the sharing of the fate and the proclamation of the gospel glorifies God in that it continues to teach the church the beauty of the gospel of grace. It continues to quit the church to do the work of the ministry. Not about leadership. It's about the Lord Jesus being proclaimed and tall. So the gospel saves the lost the gospel equips the saints. And that's what it does. And in both sense it glorifies God. The Lord says that his word will not return. Void for it goes out and does all. That it was intended to do. So when off preached before ten thousand people as you have and no one was converted. It was because not because I did wrongly this because God the Holy Spirit shows that in that particular moment, he would not bring the fruit of salvation to the hearts of his people. And then sometimes I've seen God move in mighty ways. When I hardly ever prepared for firm, and it was just an impromptu thing with standing at the at the counter at at WalMart, or I never go there anymore, but at a store like WalMart are standing at a counter. Or at a laundromat or standard a coffee shop. I've seen people converted sitting at the table. Just hearing the truth of the gospel before I ever mentioned some type of response on their behalf. God would save them. And God God's word does all that it intends to do. So that's a very good point, brother. Thank you for bringing that out. We're not. We're not denying that it. I mean that it it feels good. You know, when you see someone come to faith in Christ Jesus based on a gospel present to really does. Because that's you know, we used to say hell hell is smaller heavens bigger. Right. You know? But I think we have to look good evangelists evangelism in perspective glorify God. Even an excellent point. Simply stated that all hashers should keep rip repetitiously preaching the gospel to their audience because we need to know. I was recalled for Romans one sixteen says the gospel is the power of God for salvation to everyone. Who believes I you that then the gentiles when the gospel is the normal means God uses, but in I fifteen he's tells the Christians I'm eager you Christian row, you Roman Christians. I'm eager to preach the gospel to you the verb angles. Why was Paul eager to preach? The gospel to Christians won't the same reason why you're eager my I'm eager to keep recently gospel Christians, because they they got an no more accurately, they gotta understand more clearly and accurately. So that can be powerful proclamation of the gospel the sun. Well, there's a lot more that we could talk about what we really running out of time. Those two things that you brought forward about how God saves God saves and how do we hear from God? Or some of the major problems coming against the church today. I see that most everything whether it'd be a false religion a world religion, a cult or some heretical out spurt of other types of theological things. Like, the new apostolic revolution or reformation, or whatever they call that the the Jolo steams of the world, the the Caras mania, you know, I'm not picking on Charismatics. I'm talking about the cares mania is through the here from God. And they're seeing the manifestation of things that aren't biblical doctrinal ambiguity people. Wanna they wanna just talk about love? They just weren't. They wanna talk about grace. They wanna talk about this that and the other that real issue people. We haven't really said this. But these are the problems they're worth defending. But the question is why why because God's glue. Lori. God is glorified in the defense of it. But also what about practically for the church as a pastor? It's the thing that is. It was all it's always second all my list in my mind. I is does it gore five God in the Secondly, what is this doing to the church, and what is it doing for the church? And if I were not defending the faith if I were not teaching the congregation to defend the fate. I am not protecting them. I am terrible Shepard. I'm a terrible pastor on a terrible overseer, if I'm not fighting for the flock in my prayers and studying discipline, and I'm not fending for the flock in my teaching and preparing them to do the work of the ministry. We oftentimes thinking our culture that the work of the ministry is loving folks by giving them something to eat nothing wrong with that and being there and send them a card a card of encouragement nothing wrong with that either. But these were not on the minds of the apostles who were running for their lives being whipped and beaten and shipwreck and arrested and put in prison. For the sake of defending the truth of Jesus Christ. And it it's not on their purview. It was not in their line of sight. And it shouldn't be in our line of sight either. When we think so myopically and so- culturally, and in some sense, so blindly that defending the fate this. So that we can we can have our little circles, or that we exist as a church that we can have our little circles of kun-bae and casseroles, and when it comes down to it if I'm not showing the truth of scripture standing for it and giving the church what they need. They are not a quipped, and they're not a quick to fight in this world for their fate against people who come after them or people who may disagree with them. The here's the kicker, they're not they're not a quick to defend and fight for their fate and their own mind and heart when heartache and ridicule and stress and death and disease come knocking at their door when they lay in the bed at three AM, and they cannot go to sleep because of the worry and their soul. If I'm not teaching and defending the fate as a pastor. I've not acquit them to stand with joy. So that's sort of what I'll leave with my thoughts today. You have any final FOX. No, I I think I think the points that we we gave I think that every Christian evangelist, you do it professionally whether you're in, you know, you make your living through the ministry pastor teacher or you are the average Christian who wants to glorify God number one. We gotta be accurate in our theology. In our presentation who the sun is. And we have to be we have to have an attitude of slaves of Christ and not care about pleasing men. But yet love and respect all that are the recipient of our message. Amen. Well, that's all the time. We have for today. We are glad that you listened. We hope that you will pick up again with us next week as we talk about alter calls, and my name is James stiffens pastor at grace, Trute dot org, and my brother with me Edward Delcor. He is the president and founder of Christian defense ministries, and you can find him over at Christian defense dot org as well. Lord bless you hope to see you again. And that's our show for the day. 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"Hello. So doing little port cost. Today as well on. And this today, the fifth of may two thousand. And nineteen. And. I wanna praise Lord Jesus Christ Lord and savior. The only. King kings, and it would have lots. And. On impressing because he's. He is. The life. And the way the truth. And I think it's important when we pray. That we pray. Your will be done. As in heaven on earth and not. The way around. And. Mike experience with. Since I was saying before I was saved. I didn't have faith and faith is what you get. When you get born again. And it something. That you have because the you have been grown. You have been granted salvation by God. Faith is that. That. Supernatural thing. Which? Which? Gives us. Entrance to. The kingdom of God. It's faith and faith without works is dead. So if your faith is such. That it doesn't cause works than instead. And works here. Faith without works is dead. You know? So. I'm doing this podcast. I have. 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Who are similar to Janice and Jumba this? And they described in two Timothy three these Christians. Because. It's. Yeah. It's something we have to. Think about. You know? So. He will talk for the team, Matthew, three Christians. The. Similar? I think in a sense to maybe. In a sense to. Johnson numbers. Maybe. But you know. Yeah, they have some now Jonathan numbers were the sources of the anti Christ. So and it's time what you dealing with here, you dealing with the sorts of pharaoh, and these, you know, I'm not saying that Christians are Johnson jumpers some of them. I'm saying similar. And it says in two Timothy three that. You know, they're Foley be. Be obvious to everyone, you know. And that's what I've realized now that the two team at the I started to recognize to Timothy three Christie's. That's what changed my my. Walk with Jesus Christ before I. You know, I initially I should start talking again. I was kind of searching for. I I should start. When I got saved in September two thousand nineteen. That's when I was growing salvation as a wonderful thing or not in contact with any church at the time. And since then I have faith live by faith. And election is an ongoing thing for me. It's not something that you walk away from it something that your main in the cooling in which you were called. And. So. Initially. I I didn't know about the King James bible. You know? Was a tough time in the beginning on my. Manatt was a baby Christ. The first year. I would say was tough. And then. Yeah. Yeah. I kind of went. I was lured. You could say I was lured into. Wrong fellowship with two Timothy Timothy three Christian. I didn't realize that it was to team three Christians. But they are very dangerous. So took. Took me time. And I that I before I realize how was to stay away from the individual. And this was an individual that actually is very, that's what's so interesting. When I started to you know before. In the beginning about. Five months or so after I got saved. Maybe it was in. January two thousand. Seventeen. Maybe. When I had. I don't know we happen. I but I had some contact with two team three Christian. Oh, is it gonna contact with the Englishman? And. Who is just in Yuji? So the. The. Paul been that count. Radio labrador dot port being dot com. And also YouTube account. Call waste just named Justin. You choose. And. He. He. I listened to him. And I could send intuitively that he had something. Valuable. To tell. But. I think that. Because of that he. You know, he's just selfish branch to something. He's he's he made an audio which called something like be a selfish branch. So it was difficult for. Two. Did us work was important or what he said. And I read the bible, but I couldn't find two Timothy three instructions. There. You know? And. It was first when it happened to me that I realized that I was dealing to Timothy three Christie. From such turn away. It says in the bible. And. Took about two years. But what happened to my walk? We lose Jesus Christ. Then was that suddenly? It was very serious, and I can compare it the bit too when you walk in March. You know, when you walk in a swamp school is marches maybe Swedes vote for. But it's warmth like when you walk in the forest, and it's. Walking over. Areas that are watery as water. You're you know, you're working it's tough ground kind of two. Two is tough work because you're working in the wildness. In through the swamps and forests and on the mountains. The might not be human being for five kilometers. On you're in that kind of situation. It's tough in sense. Because. It's the toughness of the wideness it's tough because if something goes wrong there, what are you going to do, you know might have mobile phone, but you don't want to start people. You know like that. Disturb, you know, it costs money and so on. On necessarily causing -mergency. And so on. And that's how it started to feel when I discovered the importance of two Timothy three Christie. Because it says from such turn away. Suddenly the Holy Ghost was telling me to turn away. From some professing Christians. And how do you do that? Because practically it can be caused a a situation, you know. I ended up having to turn away from fellowship where this two Timothy three Christine was running. And initially had he had not been running it. So he had hidden his through identity from me is, you know, the they generally falls people anyway. So they can do that through falsehood that simply not honest people. And. I mean, I I wouldn't say that he had the Holy Ghost. If I put it that way. So he's these are not. But they cyst, and they can be very. Inch in can read the bible with the great seal. You know? And so on. But this man was doing it. Now, you know, he was but he. He was making money on. You know? He was making money. So but was told about the the hireling so he this guy. He was initially not a hireling. I came in contact with him, but he became a highly. And. Hiring is described in the king. You know, the fold shepherd the highly. And. I'm more. I didn't see my my ship. But or anything I never did. Thank God for that. But I saw him. As. Part of the breath real, you know. Because it seemed to take maybe didn't seem to take seriously. But least he. He was very calm. He was I could talk. He was he was. Yeah. Some kind of. Has put it. What was something wrong all the time? But I couldn't put my finger on it until I left the place onto Holy Ghost quick in to me through the scripture. About the two team three Christian. And then my entire walk with Christ. You know? I this man. I listen to Justin you, just I didn't, you know? I listen to him. And so on. But I didn't. Kind of more tried to. When when it's not your personal. When the Holy Ghost has not quick into you personally stuff. It doesn't stay with you. It's just. Just becomes. You know, like everything else in this can wash away. But when hold the holy goes quickens to something when something is revealed to you through the holy goes. It stays with you. And that's what happened to me. So I felt shift. I didn't say this. I just stopped going there. Stop talking to them still bouncing SMS messages. And so on. From that from the two Timothy three Christie. And. That also changed my walk in other choices because it's individual came to other churches as well. And what I noticed which is quite interesting because since he's two Timothy three Christian. We're told to turn away from you know, but the bible what I noticed he did what he was standing in places in the buildings where each individual had to pause. You know, so it could be near the exit. If there was one exit. You know, he was standing there. So you couldn't kind of poss and this person. Almost feel is presses. When you're. You know, something there's something spiritual. There some something more than just a. Ordinary men as I said, I believe it's an annoying. In an evil spirit. So that's why not was standing, and it was not just the end exit. Of course would be. Place where people took sandwiches was standing there where everyone had to at the end though, when you get the coffee of the sandwiches. He was standing next to the person giving the coffee so you kind of forced to get close to him. You know to get the coffee. And then soon as you got close to him. He was triggered and started to, you know, walk towards started talk to on. So he he made it difficult. He he put himself in positions where? People. Kind of what he would naturally. It was not he was trying to get in contact with everyone. But you have this over social social individuals. We do this. Social personalities very social now. The sociopath. He he's he drive here. He gets and you from. Social interactions. He's he's kind of feeding on relationships the sociopath. And but anyway. What I noticed was that he was doing then. So it made clear for me that that the I showed what he did the church building. And what he did actually make it natural to do the opposite over gods said do not turn away from. So the shorts feeling actually. Would make you fall into sin easily because you know, he the way he did. Then the way it was set up and everything. So what I noticed was that. I couldn't go with the flow in the evening in the of course, I stopped visiting he's fellowship together. But even in the churches, I couldn't go with the flow. Once I discovered the two team three Christians. I realized that. I couldn't go with Flo. And just be nice to everyone because before I was this forgiving every I thought everything was about forgiving people and continue in fellowship. That was basically something. That's what you're told. You know? Because that way they can continue with you. And do what they want with you kind of their under their control, you know. So that's why that's why it set up that they set it up. But the Holy Ghost is obviously the one you should too. So. So this was not just in church billing because. This individual associate could kind of jump on people in the street and also in churches. And put his hand on their basically where the heart was in the breast and say like, I have Jesus and something could just put his hand there. I it could be not nice kind of could be. Feel a kind of it was not something. Appreciate it. But, but you know, exactly how to address it. Well, I at the time. I was yes thought I was should be forgiving and continue fellowships. That's what I did. I thought I would always win by forgiving him. And he's obviously to should forgive two. Timothy three Christians as well. But doesn't mean we should continue in fellowship with them. And this is not turn way from. So what I discovered basically? But this person was so. His. The way it did things, you know, he can you could he could meet people in the street and jump on and put his hands on their breakfast. So basically, you aren't safe in St. either kind of have to watch out when you're walking outside. Also. And he also puts his hand people's shoulders to hand on the shoulder. And. You know, this is typical of. You know, the sources so anti Christ. They want to impart that spirit and others or impart demons and others. I think you know, what I think, you know. But maybe maybe it's not. So maybe just two Timothy three Christie's 'cause I've been thinking about this. Is it an an anointing an evil spirit? Are we dealing with? You know, like the Neo Charismatics? That will they say that, you know, with Ben Hinn that, you know, he's moving in demons, and I believe that this man also was moving in demons. But I don't really have the only thing I have really scary of scripture proof for is that it was a it is to Christian and the bible tells us to turn away from him. And that that's what. Made me realize. When I realized I had to turn away from him. I realized that my entire view upon the Christian life, my entire Krista. Walk changed their first of all I couldn't just relaxing to reality anymore. You know, suddenly I had to be alert or the time. And. Because the traps were set, you know, and they were just waiting for you to walk into them. So I had to be alert. And also I had to realize it. That the simple thing if you go to any gathering, you might have to Timothy Christian there and realizing how they work that they are the most socially, you know, forcing themselves on others. The most of, you know, very, you know, trying to you know, control people buying people to them and in this case too and the most dangerous. Realize that the Christian gathering might contain sheep, but still the. The worst person is going to be the most active, and it's going to do the most. So what I realized was that. Basically. You know, this stuff was something. I hadn't I didn't. I hadn't been thinking about for a long time. Berry realized that the whole fellowship is short and Kristen gathering kind of. My whole view on that changed at that point. When I discovered what God said about the two Timothy three Chris. And this is something that I took very seriously because I believe that. God, you know, if you sin against God who can plead for you. If you say against the mine, then God can someone complete for you. But if you see against God who can leave for you. And I realized that there was a sin against God. When he thought being quick into me by the Holy Ghost that should turn away. And that this was a two Timothy three Chris hours to turn away from such if I didn't do that. Then I would be sinning against God. I realized and that's a serious thing. That's what came to me. Also. So this was a very very. You know, revelation to me, and it changed my walk in before. I had I had gone to the church aside gone. Completely. You know? I'd completely. Donny going for the churches for awhi-, but it didn't work. No. I it get worse and worse than when I stopped going to the church. You know, they can a guy came home to me is in an intimidating manner. Trying to intimidate me and my whole house, you know, and he stood out. So my twenty minutes there. So it was very nasty experience threatening though, not legal. He wasn't illegal. But you know, he he did kind of. He did kind of. Communicate the sense of threat to woods me, though, illegal threat. So I felt the Timothy by him. This prove any side is south Tebas overall spirit and just. And this kind of. What what ended my my walk with a church ended. I continued there. But I never you know, it was. That short stealing. But but the way I deal with that man nowadays. I walk away way. Some. Away. If I go to church wants to ready to get up and just walk out. And that's how you deal with problems in churches in the New Testament, you get out and you walk out. Rice that it's because the body is a temple not the building. So. You don't have to stay in the building. The building has no power. So to speak from God perspective. Because God doesn't build buildings. With human hands the buildings that are built by God. Or the bodies of the Christie's, and these are the real temples in the New Testament. So you simply walk out over shirt if there's a conflict, you don't stay that fight tried to prove your dog uments on. Once I learned do that things sorted itself. Before I know if you try to arguments in the church with people. They winning you see because you kind of. Proving you're not really grownup Christian. You don't know that the temple is the body. So you your. Your. Yeah. That's it. So. What I realized was that. But I realized. Was that I'm not without fault. You know, I'm still working on some things that I have to deal with. But now in Christ with me things. Things kind of. Yeah. I have kind of. Yeah. Sorta south hall. I still have issues, you know, in my life. I'm not perfect. And still have issues. But. Christ came into my life. I those issues. They don't lead to kind of. That I had before I got to say. Minor issues. Let sometimes you know. The things just could lead to major problems. They could escalate for about saved. Sure, it might not be anything. I did you know. But yes, someone. That wanted to to to falsely accused Moore something, but once that happened. I wasn't it escalated because I myself. Christ with me. But no one I have Christ with me. I don't see this. Things sort itself out. I still have issues, but they sought themselves. And I thank you Jesus Christ. I pray slow Jesus Christ for this. So, you know. I should say also that. Churches can have people that have spirit of error in this buildings and the might be elders. And they might, you know, be running the place. It might be you know, so anti Christ too. But anyway, let's talk now. So how I saw this out was to justly. And and that's. I think they they don't have anything on you. If you leave when they tried to close conflict with your, you know? But you have to be ready to leave. When all the time. So I actually have to be alert all the time because you know, I have a different walk with Christ before I was kind of before I realized this. Even though Christ was been me. I didn't know how to handle situations that was a baby Christ as so. What happened? They are in. You know about the winter two thousand around Christmas of two thousand sixty. Was that was trying to get along with with church and church people. And it wasn't north. For me. And eventually, I realized I should try to long time, you know, to me for me to realize this. I shouldn't force mice. You know? Sometimes you feel that the spirit just resists very strongly something I going to church or something, you know. And I realized that is case don't force yourself there. Don't force because it's not about church. It's about low Jesus Christ. So Nisha was kind of forcing. There in the winter to sixty and became tough. You know? So, you know. This. With the Swedish Christians, and basically it's crystals. It's finished uses crisis. When died on the cross. It's no sacrifice. His are finished. No. Now, this can mean different things different people to me doesn't mean that we stop living by faith. You know? What I mean by Swedish Christians is basically what you're. You don't have to be uncharged. But you're not found to the church or not, you know. So I couldn't go back to situation where you know, if I have a position in the church, and they sitting vigil there that is troubling. You know, you can't tell responsibility. In a church in that sense. If so I couldn't go back to. Basically the way I sorted out. Was was like this continue. But even though Jesus Christ. But not. Have my life. Put it not put the short chess. Care for just be careful that churches because you have, you know, pastors pastors who think if you talk to them, they can think you have talked about now, they have been working, and you know, it's so. Sola helpful whatever even though you didn't like it. Yes. Talk to them to be nice. So you can get all kind of this is about this sociopath, everything he uses abuse is abusive of the world, you know, we are not to abuse the world, but he does. And but what I found with the two to three Christians when you read to Timothy three. You would say that charity is the way out of it. But not for you because you have been known for Sherry. And. I believe that if I had to given more to that lace out still stuck there today. You see? And I wouldn't know about this. I might not know about this. I'm not just because you see. It's not spoken out the this. This is not something very force. And they're very AKU. Very cool can talk for two years, and it won't be. Spelled out these are professionals. So you have to the professional life. I mean professional lives. So they're not. Well, they can be quite there really are putting an effort into they get paid, you know, some of these so. But anyway. I I had to say. I when I read two to three kind of says there. But you have been known for charity. So it seems that charity is on sir to team three right? Well, I I don't think that's necessarily the case. So bad people around that you don't want to give to them, and that's impr- over BSE. I think somewhere like. We are not give to give to the man to the evil man because he's hard is not with the, you know. So when you give to him. I think that's what eating with taking food from the for him that new ally. But somewhere it says he that gives us to the rich man becomes poor. You know? I think it's improved or not sure. So the point being here you see that. It e. It's not necessarily the right thing. To deal with every situation. Give to. Like if you giving to mama. I think these people who donate to to Kenneth Copeland. So, you know. Is that charity? I don't think so. And I don't think God approves or what you're doing. You know? Because. Well, he's just saying you're going to become poor. I don't think he says, you know. Ceiling against God. When you give your money to. Can copeland. You just going to become poor. I think that's all and you could give your money to to the poor instead that which God wants. So he does disapprove. Of you know, but. It's not. So serious that. That. I don't think he's so serious. Like stupid more most dependent foolishness might go onto food out. Well, it's foolishness. I've been. I've been scared of money. I feel money kind of can be a very dangerous thing to have because what you can do with money. He's track people to you love money. You might if you have you heard maybe the story about a man he gets. He wins a lot of money, maybe on not, you know, some some gambling or whatever he wins a lot of money and just take a year and his life is destroyed because you know, things bad things happen. The love of money source of all evil, just all kinds of evil, but all evil. So what happens when you get my knee might buy new car? People notice have money, sorta tracked people that love money. And then that's the beginning of your end. You know? You might lose your real friends because of your money also. And so the note as you didn't help them, but you bought that core, you know, and they struggling alone. So and whatever the point is that. Money can kill people. And it does it in a way that and it says that in the bible something. You know, they've been. Many people who love money it strikes people through. Like darts. You know through the body, you know, the love of money because congress terrible damage to to people. So the number money is scary thing. Personal in my case. I felt with this two Timothy three Christian that they want money from me. Did they you know, it was like they said it, and it was even. You know, it seemed to be something that wasn't giving nothing. So and this went on for a long time. And. I realized. I get I get very if people want money from me. It really bothers me. Really creeps me out with people. That not only want money for me. But kind of treat me differently when they get money from me, you know, and stuff that they can start doing clued you give us money. So including suddenly, you're you're you're. You're accepted and they flatter. You. So you can receive flattery then. You know? When you buy something, it's flattery. So when these focus on money. In a Christian fellowship that that really bothers me to the degree that I feel I need to get beyond it. Get to the bottom of it. You know? And I that point I didn't understand what was really about. Just going on giving money does wouldn't make them. Tell me either. Because the dealing with reliable with force people. I love themselves more than God. And. According to you know, to two Timothy three it says that they? The. Shall go. No further which means they're not gonna go into heaven. This very serious stuff and says that they're fully I think is going to be. Everyone is gonna know it eventually when you realize everyone's got to know that Fawley and they're not going to enter heaven and the dangerous people. Holy goes has you to to depart to turn away from them. Realize you should just leave, you know, leave and stay away, you know? You know? Even their consciences defiled, doesn't it say something like that too in that something similar to it into Timothy three? You know? So. I think I'm gonna add now. God bless you. Love logistics Christ. Lord and savior, the only begotten son of the only living. Godless your bye for now.

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Boogaloo Sam & Popping

Neurodivergent

17:47 min | 1 year ago

Boogaloo Sam & Popping

"Welcome to neuro diversion to podcast about stuff to solo edition with me today because <hes> due to scheduling in k. couldn't be together and this one's about dance because i really like it and i'm gonna tell some stories about the guy who invented the style popping literally there was no popping and then there was popping which is the most awesome damn style in the world and not just because i do it but it's something i became obsessed with when i was eighteen and incredibly nerdy white guy living in rural alberta which for americans like texas but like way out in the rural malaria's and i'm as nerdy like it's like this impenetrable fortress <hes> at the time like this is i'm old so no one knew popping shopping was the it had like its moment in the eighties literally just went away and and yeah so it's like hunting online just to find clips of of popping to try and figure out what it looks like and what people are doing etc. I'm so glad that i kinda hate that. It's on every frigging talent show but i'm so glad it's like around now. Anyways agai invented it. Just a guy galvan fresno named sam solomon booboo sam and i'm gonna tell a few interesting stories about him and his crew the electric google news which still my favorite crew still dance group now. We'll preamble have totally forget. The dates is probably seventy seven. Ish i think boola sam is just this guy and he's not even really like a super dancer or anything. <hes> he just he just did his own little thing and it kind of if you've never seen the jerk which is like a dance where i don't know how to describe it. It's like the mashed mashed potato but like you mash and then it's like wham mash wham and that kind of slowly morphed into what popping would become because he he was less potato potato and more wam <hes> that's kind of how it evolved and then he mixed it with a bunch of stuff from funk <hes> kabungulu kabungulu put it together into electric boo glue and then you had the birth of popping started in fresno which not a great place to live at that time pretty a pretty rough and foundational move of popping is called the fresno coincidentally anyway so his brother little brother pete pop and pete who is one of the best still. He's like sixty. He's one of the best papers in the world. It's amazing that he he's the better than better than most twenty year old so that's a good as anyways. I love these guys i in in case. That's not evident. I really love my old. My my old school paupers so there was no popping before then sam solomon and then pete and they went around got a couple of guys formed. This crew called the electric dietrich boo boos. They were on soul train. I think in seventy nine which was the world's first exposure to for real popping and you can oh find it on youtube. It's great electric. Google is nine hundred seventy nine there so dorky and young skinny like pizzas toothpick and the styles were so oh underdeveloped at the time like we we've had forty thirty five forty years of development so incredibly basic and sometimes gouveia looking when you see the the old stuff but they're super cool dudes and salmon pete and a bunch of the originals kept going this like this whole time they except for sam who stopped a couple of times <hes> well actually no pete. Here's a good story pete. <hes> in a bunch of michael jackson videos choreographed like like there's this guy popping taco. He was in the electric glue he choreographed like all of michael. Jackson's videos basically like you watch smooth criminal that's all pop and taco stuff and and in the nineties popping was dead so they went from like dune michael jackson videos to beat working in an office in l. a. and i remember him talking about. I don't know i'm not like buddies with these guys have just gone to a like a ton of master classes with them <hes> turtle on exposure hoosier but yeah pete we're talking about how like the traffic jams you end up burnt on one side <hes> driving to work etcetera etcetera office and then one day michael title jackson decided to make the ghosts video which i really love despite how insanely creepy it is now. Thank you michael jackson for being the best thing that's ever existed and one of the worst thing is things that ever existed at the same time <hes> a lot of cool dancing in there and pete had to get like a break from work and his boss didn't believe him because peace like yeah i need to you know i need to take a little break. Go make a music video with michael jackson and michael. Michael jackson actually had to send a letter to pete to give his cheer. It's the best thing ever yeah with a picture picture of pete and michael jackson together to prove that that they knew each other. I just love that so much so yeah. We've got google. Osama compete <hes> keeping like namedrop all the cool dancers that have met but yeah funny story. Yes okay so popping explodes explodes. <hes> the bees are top of the game because everyone still figuring out how to do it. It's technically challenging aging and i watch a lot of young people <hes> you know quote unquote pop but they're kind of not their kind of just megan is legit kinda jerk their body to the beat which sounds like what popping his booze not anyways technical technical technical boobs sam quit dancing once because he was absolutely fed up with the music industry and the way he described sam is like he's stubborn as hell well and once he makes up his mind. That's it's. There's no more it's done so sam quit and he said he hung up his shoes like it's it's officially really hung up his shoes and he moved to canada. Not just canada he moved to my hometown of calgary randomly and this explains why there's this amazing raising like group in calgary and culturing calgary and one of those classes are in calgary because he quit he came to calgary and started making his own little dance crew with some local canadians etienne's truly funny. You can find videos online. It's like boo go sam and then these other guys who are amazing dancers but you put them next to boo goo salmon. It's it's like there's no one else on the stage because he's just <hes> yeah boos him and then he left anyway back to america all sorts of cool stuff but that made a little popping popping seen in calgary and then fast forward like twenty five years later. I get to go to these two week. Long masterclasses like nine to five solid dancing no breaks for two weeks after that you go over to someone's house somewhere and continue practicing dancing for hours then you get like five ars asleep and then it's exactly the same in the weekends you keep dancing like there's never a break and i got to meet all sorts of the most awesome est is cool as paupers in the world mr wiggles <hes> who's mazing and has the best name ever pete skater rabbit. I couldn't meet because canada wouldn't let him into the country because charges prior charges 'cause he was totally a gang banger but he's so mazing but yeah another fun one story because i'm just kind of storytelling about poppers is the origin of michael jackson's weird dance moves like kicks his leg out and he does like the the hand like shooting handout thing. Apparently i hear from pete so i say apparently which means that i could be completely full of shit but apparently i repeat that back in the day when they were choreographing stuff for michael jackson michael jackson constantly walked by to just like watch them and because because he was a huge fan and he was like hey guys i'm not going to do the voice that's creepy <hes> yeah so we'd go constantly oh by watch and they'd be goofing around and at some point <hes> someone someone would annoy pete and he'd just kick at them and then do the weird michael jackson pose and he was a huge huge <hes> spiderman fan because his name's not peter i think it's timothy timothy solomon but it decided that's not in good enough popping name so he changed it to compete peter pirker spiderman so the kick and then he do that spider spiderman web shooting gesture and like be like hit you with the spiderman the web's which is exactly what michael jackson does he he does the kick and then it is the spiderman and one time pete was walking by michael jackson practicing that is like <hes> <hes> yeah. That's that's. That's the end of that story. I just find it very entertaining but <hes> it's the same being sincere just being in the room with people that good at anything. It's it's astounding the i i used to work with an olympic athlete and same thing with that guy he was an olympic olympic speed skater and if you were this is back in the day when i worked at toys r us so olympic speedskater if you're walking with him somewhere you turn your head once. He's halfway down the store. There's this guy this tall athletic like full-on jock young guys in nineteen. <hes> super bowl's full challenged challenged olympic speedskater guy to race outside the toys r. us. It's like a massive mall parking lot so they're gonna grace here to the end back and speedskater guy i just walked up and they're like okay and as soon as they took off speed skater guy he went to the end and back before jock dude made it to the end. That's what these dancers are like. They're so far and yeah. There's so much stuff that i learned from them that you can't see from a video and now i understand why sometimes you see people on videos does do something that looks like isn't it and the crowd goes nuts because there's something there you can't see and also here's a fun fun damian stories so i mentioned asian nerdy white kid rural berta very weird being thrust into what asocial anxiety thrust into a group. I had a kind of homophobic. Phobic knots great father figure so i am shoved into a dance studio which is a little bit gay. I say imitating the thoughts of father and and i'm sorry by august dudes and all black guys so i'm completely surrounded hundred by not me in dance studio full of gays in social areas like everything that my child my childhood my family yeah so that was a really good way to escape all of that because that was like my sanctuary. That's where it could relax. That's where i was among my peeps. It's like everyone there. They were all there because they love dancing. There's no difference between anyone everyone's the same. There's no racist or homophobic stuff going going on at all. It was great but holy shit. Was that scary like look the challenge of my life scary then i got there then i found out i was popping wrong. The two years before i ever went to a class i practiced for two years in my bedroom. <hes> night i would push my bed up against the wall and then practice at night so no my parents wouldn't know i was doing it and and yeah for two years that no idea as far as i know or at least had never seen me or seeing what is doing. Maybe they just thought i since i was a teenager that i was like you know masturbating in some incredibly really noisy way which is off thought now so i'm doing it as best i can from videos and then also there's this for mr wiggles how this forum where everyone give advice and stuff they get their the find out my hit <hes> when you're popping the pop is often called a hit. It's this thing where you tense your muscles incredibly quickly quickly and then let go incredibly quickly and once you get the knack of it. It's like snapping. It's just fast fast fast fast. I wasn't doing that when i went to the classes. I was doing the stupid jerking around thing that all the people do when they don't know how to actually pop so got there had to relearn. Everything thing was very cool. I did notice some physiological differences between pete and sam witch explain. I think a little bit of how like there's a couple of peculiar differences between them and i noticed that sam <hes> pete has developed muscle in his forearm samden. They didn't even have that too. That was interesting. I'm gonna <hes> i'm just this is a rambo cast ramble cast. I'm sorry for anyone listening because his berlin random and you don't find popping dancing interesting. You're like yeah. I guess it's half like us sound effect podcast to yeah well blast story. I guess more like an and observation because when i finally met sam and sam at that time he didn't come teach classes the only reason i got to take lessons from him. Damn thing a pretty sure is because he came to calgary that one time for a while so he comes back. I finally get to see him dancing and i don't think he pops chiefs the way he dances. I don't think he does popping at all. I think popping is what people started calling what other people do when they're trying to imitate him because he's not doing his style. He's not doing moves. He's just like jabbing around and in his own way and then everyone else kind of copied him and that's that's what became popping which is kinda like locking actually locking goofiest looking dance style in the world. It's insanely fun to do <hes> <hes> go youtube. It look up pilak. He's great little skinny french guy popper popper locker master everything amazing like backflips into splits and crap like that but it was that style was invented by this guy named don campbell lock who at the time when you go to parties and house parties and stuff the dances the dancers for songs <hes> just you know whatever popular cool dances current everyone would know it except he sucked dancing so he'd go out and do the all these goofy silly things and some good dancers found that very entertaining and they took that and then they turned his goofy moves like they did those in a way the dancing and then that became locking which is just me rambling dance styles. I like. I can't do it very well but yeah super fun. I guess this is the end of the podcast. Welcome to the end of the journey that had no start miller or end. I say at the end and just going to give you a couple recommendations. If you have never seen this and you wanna go check out what the really really good stuff looks like nah aw stuff you're going to see on america's got talent or whatever <hes> for popping look up while i really like this guy french guy named salah s._a. L. a. h. He's amazing. He can pop he can walk he can be he can do everything <hes>. There's this awesome battle. There's a locking battle with okay. If you look up one thing. This is the thing to look up go to youtube type in salah s. a. l. a. h. versus yoshi just like just like mario yoshi the japanese women <hes> <hes> so good. It's insane. I wanna watch it now but thanks for listening to my weird rambling podcast about popping topping and watching live the folks who do you can follow me. 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EP94: I Got Daddy Issues

#GetSome with Gary Owen

51:42 min | 1 year ago

EP94: I Got Daddy Issues

"You're listening to the podcast hashtag. What's up everybody. This is gary on get some podcast as always you can listen to this on itunes tunes or just go to you to watch it on youtube youtube dot com backslash gary com. That's youtube dot com backslash s. garryowen calm. I will say i had interesting thing happened to me a couple of weeks ago and forgot to talk about a jet sweet out now. I love this airline just sweden checks because they run it like a private airport. They only fly there. Only the only place these flyovers concord california which is rouse side the bay area. It's like concord like inbetween like san francisco and sacramento and they flat out oakland flying flat burbank orange county vegas and now seattle but get they run it like a private airports. You don't have to go through security so if your flights at eleven a._m. You can get there at ten forty and be fine. He's just gotta be like literally their fifteen minutes for the flight light leaves and they got they always all the airports have cool lounges with coffee and water and snacks and and wi fi and outlets switches key. I flew jetta jet sweet ex. I got i got there like an hour and a half early and they looked like i was crazy. Why are you here so early. I was used to flying normal airports airports but this one was just get they run. It's definitely not a private jet when you get on there. It's ten rose three seats a row so it's thirty three people people can be on a flight and the seats are comfortable. It's almost like a hybrid. It's not i but it's not coach. It's like a middle and all the flights. Are i mean hour and a half's the longest now they're finding seattle. I not and this is not a promo for jetsuitex. I'm not getting paid for this. I'm just saying something that happened. That was cool so a couple of weeks ago. I had i had to fly to l._a. For a meeting it was and you know when i'm standing in the when not in cincinnati and i'm staying in the bay area jazz the best because you know my manager called said hey somebody wants to meet with you so i'm at home. It's a monday night next tuesday tuesday by get online. I booked my flight on jet sweet. I'm on an eleven a._m. Flight fly down l. a. I get to meetings in and then i'm on a six forty thirty. Five flight back home back. You know headed back to the bay. So i get the meetings i get over the jets we terminal and and i got there early i got through about six and the flights delayed till eight thirty. I went oh so you're kind of stuck at airport and nets that was the only time i was like dang. The bad part about this is no restaurants. You're not a real airport. You're literally and a hangar bay waiting for this plane to pull up and is what jets we does as they ordered a bunch of pizzas for all the passengers of far inconvenience peaches got delivered now they already got a few snacks and everything but my dumb ass impatient and it's not one of my attributes i i was like okay okay. I got i got two and a half hours at this airport and it didn't get announced. The flights delayed till six twenty five so i'm thinking we're leaving in twenty minutes. Come to find out we're leaving in two hours to like two hours and twenty minutes so i just went i said is it you for sure. It's not coming and they've yeah. We're not leaving till eight thirty. All right. I order ubereats an uber skits there. I'm not lying at the exact same time as the pizza and i tr- i'm trying to healthy so i got chicken. Hamas in a salad and pizza smells so fucking good when i tell you there there was one dude there i forgot. He ate a hope. He's by himself. He keeps trying to be discreet about it but i would just watching him. He got up. He got one piece <music> then he got to they were. I said there's no he's for third. He got up a third time grabbed two more slices so that was five and then he about thirty forty minutes later he went and got up again. I said this is fourth trip but i had never seen an airline like okay. We're sorry for the use of the inconvenience. Thanks for being patient. Not just we went to the next level. They got. They got pizzas for everybody. I everything everything airline do that and different varieties of pizza cheese. There was like a veggie pizza or meat lovers pepperoni sausage like i said i'm not getting paid nothing nothing to talk about. This is sort of some cool that i saw this airline do so why i'm at the terminal and he got wifi so now. I got a couple of hours to spare so i'm gonna i'm gonna get on net flicks and watch a movie. You know there's a lot of good shows on net flicks and i went on the breakfast club a couple months ago and i talked about the trap and how the bad bad the trap was. The trap was the trap was so bad. It was entertaining. There's movies out there. That are so bad that they're good and i found one. It's called backfire. I i don't know anybody in this movie. It takes place in philadelphia clearly but when you see it do yourself a favor when you're bored one night and and watch this movie backfire the the star. I think the writer is called black narrow clearly. It's a guy that thinks he's the black robert deniro not even close listen. I give people. I'm not going to live in closed because i don't know that was just a dick move on my part but ah for people to get a movie made and funded and cast ed and sold and distributed at that is not an easy thing thing to do so respected those people that got backfire may but i was laughing hysterically at storylines because normally it's not a comedy drama. Here's the story line. These two guys this other movie starts this this white dude food and his girlfriend or walking down an alley and then you see these two guys with the ski mask on and they go to rob him and and the guy goes you'll know who you're messing with and then we don't care so they as the robin them the oh okay. There's a white guy black guys robin. You don't know who they are because their ski masks from the guy gets in a scuffle with the guy and he shoots him and the girlfriend so he kills the girlfriend he kills the girlfriend and then great. I have my home phone. Oh has it rang in six months. Who who fox call a home phone. Who's in her at the podcast. Nobody home number number hopeful number. I it's joe rogan joe rogan's in my podcast. I know it okay that was that was a commercial break for a._t. And t. foam phones okay so let me just reiterate. It's a white black dude got ski mask on so they robbed italian guy this white guy. It's hang on his girlfriend. The end of killing the girlfriend and you think they kill the italian dude young do but they don't but the new says he did but they don't so they. The black guy is like why did you do that. We just can't robin. We had come to kill. Nobody nobody book the white is the one who gets those go so they leave and ends up. The italian. Dude is not dead they. They thought he was dead. He's not and his dad is like a mafia boss and so he just by circumstance circumstance the white dude since they took the jewelry and everything off the italian guy and his girlfriend the white do gives his girlfriend the watch that he just killed that he just stole the night before and killed the girl that was wearing it so his his girlfriend just happens to be a nurse she gets called to this italian mafia guys house to take care of her his son almost like like hospice care and the sun sees the watch knows it's gopher watch and lose it so he ends up killing the the mafia family ends up killing in the white dude and his girlfriend and now the black and i'm not getting away louis because this all happens in the first ten minutes and now the black on the run from the mafia. He killed the wrong girl. The wrong guy in the action is so bad. It's so and they make it out. They make it seem like the mafia are the bad guys in this in this moving on my they're really not they reminding their business and then the blagden and the white new rob so you're they make it out like you're rooting for this black the guy but really i'm thinking well they shouldn't have robbed them and then just the people pull. They hired to play the mafia people. It's so bad it's the jokes are bad. They're so like at one point. There's a chase it's like the black guy and his and his girlfriend and his brother comes back co rally comes back from war and is in army outfit that clearly clearly not an army outfit like they could easy google the proper army attire and he keeps wearing these camouflage pants dude. You're not at war anymore. Tape campus pants off and then but at one point the two italian guys are chason the black and his girlfriend and his brother and and they run out of breath and he goes me pulls a tool jamea kind of catan on the meatballs like what the fuck it's it's. I mean it's the mafia guys of the funniest man it's clearly all local casting. I think the move the whole movie took place in philadelphia and i think they they hired a bunch of people from philadelphia. It looks like a bunch of dudes was sitting around with discrim go. Let's just do it. Fuck it and they did but it's it's just funny every about it like by the middle of all this chaos at one point he just see them bullshit and eaten like a a big meal and i'm like dude if the mafia's after you don't take a break and have dinner with the fam- i looked it's like i said it is so bad. It's good i couldn't i couldn't stop watching it. It's called backfire so if you wanna see something they can give. Have you hope as an actor because as i'm watching i'm going who didn't get to part in this movie. Okay there's one other scene where the the f- the props has kills me the props so the blagden his girlfriend or on this back patio and they're both both just sipping on these cups of coffee in the middle of the day got these big coffee cups and they're talking and it's like a regular conversation and then he yells yells at our like for it did not fit the scene like data girl while you always pass by but they were just literally talking so you know no. I got my daughter get hurt and you don't have scared and i was going to go away always at my ass and they just goes sorry about that. Lost my head it's not you. It's just these guys after. I got this right baby. What what do y'all come from so like i said do yourself a favor and watches show. Watch this movie backfire. I think was trended at one point. I don't know how i came across on twitter on netflix but then i tell you what up let me go the other route so backfires bad but and i know i'm fifteen ten years late but i'm i'm wolf on h._b._o. On demand and i start watching deadwood a a western that was on h._b._o. For like four years in ten years ago and i watched <hes> i watched the first season man that shows it's fucking amazing. It's so good an timothy olifants senate crazy about timothy olifants and and you can just google and look them up. He's been in so many movies at scare he he's he's on like three netflix series right now the santa clarita diet he was in rock rock of ages. Mark wahlberg back in the day. I used to play basketball with timothy when i first got the l._a. I had a i had an agent now. I had one of my first managers when i got to l._a. Guy name aim corey kamkoff. I don't even know core value what he's doing but is one of those we ended on good terms. It just went our separate ways but he was my first manage one of my one of my first managers when i got to l._a. Now my my first but corrie always played basketball like like wednesday nights or something and it was all industry people that was playing in this little basketball football league and when i say industry was all like agents and managers there wasn't too many actors playing dean cain was show up every now and then timothy timothy was there but every now and then you see an actor show but it was mainly managers and agents playing basketball and but timothy was there like every every wednesday so i never really got no one but i played basil with them. What and that was a good basketball player. Like timothy could shoot man he could ball and then i was a good actor but it was cool seeing deadwood. He's one of those guys at like met him before he started becoming a regular actor like he was was he was working every now and then but it wasn't like now where he's an highly sought of actor when it's funny in this in entertainment business you see people people like that and you like oh shit. That's all boys we with them. You know about being cain with saw damn superman playing a superman but he came as good athlete to he was really good athlete but yeah there was a good show too. If you haven't seen that now say i did okay so i did impose. I had a little issue with my dad about three or four weeks ago and a lot of people like like my dad on the podcasts he comes on a lot and stuff <hes> he hasn't been on a while but he comes on so <hes> i did a post on instagram of when i was on maury when i guess that a guest spot on maury povich and during maury brought me on to interview some of the guys because they always felt like the guys get the short end of the stick on maury so he wanted to like i wanna producers wanted to like humanize the guys on there a little bit so i was. I interviewed this one guy and in the maury episode so the guy was debating whether these three kids were his and they end up being his and i'm talking to them. We're having a lighthearted conversation now how i talked to this guy for forty five minutes when i did the interview now of course they gotta splice it down to about two for the for the episode so you're not going to get the whole story everything. We're talking about but i remember. They wanted me to bring some comedy to it so i remember when i told him he said yeah. I got threats. You got any other kids. He goes five ago. Would i sincerely your about to have eight kids. Total games kind of weak bro and then he started laughing and we were cutting up and i liked the guy but during the course of it he had said his dad went around because yeah my dad wasn't around and i wanna make sure of these kids are gonna be there because i don't. I don't wanna feel and what i feel grown up so all said this guy was yeah my dad what one around grownup either man i said you and growing up when you're when your dad is around like that i said you never want. I never wanted to different dad. I just wanted my dad to do better and that's what i said no and then i went into you know me and my dad are on good terms right now everything but i posted this clip on instagram and you can scroll down page and it posted probably about a month ago <hes> <hes> my dad's saw that and he made a comment and he said it never ends input like tear mosey and i went and and i've talked to him about this too and i always tell people to men. Don't put personal business on the internet. Don't make a comment or go in because it. It just makes it makes you get your shit. Together is when you do that. <hes> listened when you're in a marriage and you have kids. You're gonna have arguments. You're gonna have fight right. Your kids are gonna do shit the bother you. Your wife's gonna do stuff. I do stuff that bothers. People <hes> you don't go to facebook and instagram and twitter and voice it. We got enough shit out there. You don't need to have all your personal business that there and the people that always say you know you don't talk audubon personal life those we would always talk about a personal life really. I don't like drama. No you low drama. Some people can't function without drama so my dad's big issue is when i say then i'll maury and and i when i saw the comment i told my wife i said i'm going to give it a couple of days for call them. I got let him similar because i know he steam bright now over that comment because his brain is i'm trying to. I won't let it go. I won't let my child ago. He's like i've said i'm sorry. I don't know what i can do else i can do but i had to tell my dad i when i call him a couple of days later and we talked about it and i said dad you cannot take personal and in get in your feelings. If i bring up things that happened happened in my childhood 'cause my child suck and it was awful and and he wasn't around like he should have been but i've forgiven him and we've moved on and we are in a great place now and he's a good dad my sisters he learned from his mistakes and he didn't make the same mistakes twice and he is a perfect example of people can change change. Some people say you people ain't gonna change you could change and my dad's a perfect example of that and i've said that to him numerous times what my dad's issue is. I don't think he's forgiven himself for my childhood and i've told you you gotta you gotta talk to somebody. Are you gotta get over that because i i can't be worried about your feelings and i can't be like if i say this is my dad can get upset. I go. I'm past that point. If i i wanna talk about something that happened to me as a kid i'm just going to talk about. It and i'm not doing it to put i'd tell my dad. I'm not doing this to put you down or to say. You're an asshole or a piece of shit another people. They confused facts with accusations. I'm just saying fact it happened. It is what it is not a big deal. It was a big fan but i'm over it. I'm fine. I'm healthy. I'm good. I'm solid well. My dad's gets in his feelings about that stuff and i just had to tell him dude. You clearly have not forgiving yourself and his thing was an my dad's thing. Is you know i he's the thing that bothers me. The most is i can't do anything about about it. I can't do anything about it about how i was back then or how. I wasn't there to to to help you a he said. I didn't know you were going through. Throw that stuff in the trailer and with my step dad and everything everything that was did they were doing and i said well nobody did. I mean other outside of like like guys. I went to junior high and high school. There was like a select few that i would open up to and that was it. I i remember i was going to the i was going to this church group right. It was called young life. I think i've still around but it's like high school thing. We're like who was like once a week or once a month you go somebody's house and a bunch of high school. Kids get together and then there's like it's like young adults like people in their early twenties and they're basically basically introduced in god and stuff jesus to high school kids. It's called young if they do a camp called young life camp and i went to that and lake lake saranac. It's called up in upstate new york. I went to that in high school. It was cool. It's cool. It's a good thing but i remember you started to meet with like five other high school kids in this one young life youth leader before school started even before school once a week and we'd always like say a prayer out loud four for certain people that we thought needed in every wake. I pray at my out loud. Prayer was my dad instead. I wish they could get along. I wish that it hadn't really had nothing to do with my dad. It was my stepdad. That was the asshole but that was my every week. It was like i just i i hope that my stepdad and dag can get along because then it would make like my life easier but it just wasn't going to happen at no fault of my dab. It was my step down. My you know my dad didn't know all the abuse that was going on behind closed doors but i wasn't going to tell them because i felt like i was protecting them. Because if i tell my dad and i'm they can if he reacts and my stepdad was he was a bad ass. I mean he was a dick and makes it. Worse is people some people would be like. He's he's got whooped at doodads. I go no you're standing. I couldn't what was asked. Growing up. Mova goes bad ass. He was a street fighter like like my step dad when he was like fifteen years old was was going from middletown ohio cincinnati ohio and getting into street fights for money like sanctioned street fights fifteen years old because he he was he was already hit puberty. You it was a grown man. Already people thought he was an adult. That's not healthy. You don't think there's some <hes> p._t._s._d. Easiest de going on up there after doing that fifteen years old a so. I never told my dad anything because i was thinking. I don't want anything happened to him. I don't want i don't want my stepdad beaten my real dad and and you know in my mind back them. I said there probably would. I remember my daddy no pussy by no means. I mean i've seen that do go off on people when he's eating my my dad's big dude but my stepdad there was an another level because you're you're you know my said there was an amateur boxer anna streetfighter and had a temper. I had no problem throwing the first punch and there was no point him off of people. I seen that guy knocked people out and i was like whoa we got anna. I the one time i saw my my stepdad knocked his dude out. We were in this place called <hes> stricker's grove and it's it's it's rouse outta ross ohio which is basically the middle nowhere bump guizhou and my grandfather was a pipe fitter and they always had called the pipe fitters picnic every year at sugar grove and every year they had this arm wrestling contests right and i'll never forget my buddy who was in in high school but was built like an ox his name joe gabbard <hes> he got an arm wrestling contests so the first like couple rounds of this arm wrestling contests assists and it went by weight classes. The black is are there. There was a bunch of black guys there. There's always a bunch of black as pieters picnic for whatever reason i guess lab black guys our pipe fitters. Here's the thing about the picnic is you could bring your family and it was just basically a mini amusement park carnival type bill so all these black under the arm wrestling contest and they were winning the first couple of rounds and then slowly every now and then they lose every now and then which is going to happen is arm wrestling you know and then my buddy joe gets in there with this guy and i think this how good my memory is. The guy's name was harvey cobb. He's light skinned. Dude here like tanked up here like these cut off jean shorts and the tank top that just wasn't really tanked up just cover your nipples and then it started to become a t. shirt <hes> but he harvey this guy harvey he lost joe. He's like poon joe. Put him down. He goes now about what ready man. I wasn't ready and the ref said i will do it again. So now all the white people it was. It was crazy. Now all this bullshit you let them punk. You would have them do a white dude. You would not let them start over again. The reverend starve again. Joe took the do down again bam. This is my buddy right. Bam took harvey down again and then i don't know what happened because they had the halles pig tables and abassi was in his little dirt feel like thing and they had the arm wrestling chairs up up they were up like like a foot and then they surrounded it with rope so he look he was a boxing ring almost so everyone can see the arm arm wrestlers going at it because they were like a foot above everybody else because everybody was not everybody just staying around these ropes to watch your arm to arm wrestle so joe took this has got harvey down twice right and then the second time all the white people start yelling at the black people you know like mom i told you could tell couldn't beat them and i don't know what happened. How this fight started but all sudden. It was fucking race right. There's is no other way to say it. All of a sudden this guy named mark parris one of the biggest guys ever seen in my life. He played football ball state and more recently his son. It's from from indiana markets from indiana what he played. I remember he's a linebacker ball state and his son <hes> just became like lawrenceburg orangeburg. Indiana was like a two time state wrestling champion. I think he's playing football somewhere michigan or something. I don't know but mark pairs jumped in the middle because he like these. These four black just are jumping. This dude and mark peres got middle and it was like it was like one of these creatures you just throw people around because mark pearson was big and everybody else and all of a sudden when mark jumped in the middle all chaos if you were white and you were black you were fighting each other and it was crazy because all the women and children went underneath the picnic tables right. They were all underneath there and i'm. I'm like four team gene and i'm little so nobody's really hit me. They're like i. I looked like a little kid and i made sure my my mom was good and my brothers and sisters and everything thing then i come. I come run around right and i remember i remember my uncle bill and my cousin jerry they were in the bathroom and his albert out because the the cops came and pepper sprayed the whole place and jerry got pepper spray on his eyes so there i remember when i went to the bathroom and see him wasn't there. I'm just running around seeing if my my cousin everybody's okay. I'm not finding but i'm just running around and then i look in there and he's like in the sink and michael bills. I tended to him and then i came back and it was like it was like in slow motion. I looked. I'll never forget this. Dude had blue bike insurance on this one. This is like like eighty nine ninety so the dude like these blue bike shorts on these white hi tops and a white tank top and and he went he said something to my step dad right he was like the fucking and rodwin bill and all this guy's feet go up an air that do win down it was a one hit a quitter <hes> and other oh shit and then <hes> and <hes> then some other should happen and i'm getting breaking up. Nobody got killed. It was crazy because i never saw anything about on the news and then but i do remember seeing the blackout they got knocked out by my stepdad like ten minutes later he's up. He got like a girl under each arm and never get a jerry curl and he because i was just going again knocked out. I been knocked out. I got knocked out and i just remember afterwards i <music>. I went outside. I went outside the park. There was a big gravel parking lot outside sugars grove and for some reason all the black fuel part up top they so you know they parked up top. <hes> other cars parked up top on the highway and you can see and they were still yelling down and the cops. They're breaking it up and now the white pipe beyond the n. word out and i'm like i'm just like an all. I'm like a little kid just in awe of everything i just saw and but after seeing my stepdad knocked flagged i like he did with the one hitter quitter. I was like i would never tell oh my dad anything. Because i was thinking i wanted my dad get knocked out because there was a there was one incident and this this how this how how this how fucked up my my step dad mom are and everything look back on it was back then there was has no cell phones so the only way to really was the home phone and my grandpa owen <hes> thought he was calling then my dad because he ended up calling my how come the trailer right so rot answered the phone and my grandpa owen goes gary there because i'm a junior. There's gary senior junior and <hes> he's embed. It's a little late to be called. Thank and then he goes well. I'm trying to talk to my son and so this is my grandpa thinking. He's calling a grown man. Now you got this other grown on the phone. Going is the late to be called. Don't you think he goes talk to my stead that i guess they had words words and they start on the phone and so my steady arrived thought my dad called he thought my dad calming. I've been custom out so he steaming right. I get up the next day. Roz walk on houses upset. I can't figure out what's wrong doused trailer. The mom tells me you need to let me know the next time your dad's coming to get you now. My dad was supposed to come. Get me every sunday but it's a lotta times. He wouldn't show up and he didn't call for a couple of weeks and i was happy about it 'cause they wouldn't let me call him and they said you need to tell us when he calls him. He's coming to get you and i knew what they meant. Rod was going to beat my dad's ass us when he pulled up in front of the trailer and you're talking about a kid who has to hold this in can't warn them because if i do want them. I'm scared scared. They're gonna find out then. I'm going to get my ashby so i'm sitting here like fuck also my dad. I'll never forget my dad. Call a couple of weeks later as i gear. Can i get you today as as a yeah. I'll be there noon okay and i remember hung up the phone and my mom looked ron and goes he's coming at noon and rod is literally like like a fighter about the fight somebody. He's walked round the trailer just like he's like. He's talking to himself so like he's getting himself. Fired up for you know and i'm sitting here stomach dropping. I'm like i'm sweating. I'm like thinking about a kid who's like. I don't know how was eleven or twelve and i'm just going fuck. Man is almost like i'm leaning my dad into the slaughter and i can't tell them because i tell them that. I'm getting so i'm like i'm just washing. Rogers walked back and forth and then my dad pulled up on my dad had a toyota pickup and the way the trailer was i could look out my i had this little half bath bathroom and the trailer and i can look out and see cars coming coming down the road and i see my truck common and unpacking. I'm freaking out so when my mom realized my dad's about to pull up she grabs and me and she was going into the back so she took me to the back of the trailer because she didn't want to see. She didn't want me to see the fight happening right. This is so fucked doesn't trailer parks shit man just talking about it and so rob runs out to the car. This is getting this story secondhand because wasn't allowed to see it runs out to the truck and my dad. I guess didn't know what was going on so he just locked the door. He sees i guess raw bolted out as soon as he pulled in the driveway just both out of the trailer and was running to the truck and my dad's went and i guess my dad had like like crack the window. It was like like my dad's confused. They put the folks going on rogers car man get the fuck rodney the only live when he wanted to see. Let's get down. Come down what we've got to get down. He talk like a brother and we wanted to fight. I ain't gonna live there. Come back to get down man. Let's get now and then my my my dad. That was my dad that caught up. It's going to tell you when i got here. My dad thought he was calling me so when you answer he thought it was some dude somebody playing a prank on them so we start cussing you out in rockville. Oh so you know. I guess thank iraq came down now. Now row walks back in the trailer few months later. He's are you can go and so. I'm thinking i'm about to walk outside and i'm thinking yeah my dad's gonna be a bloody mess and i walk out and my dad's sitting in his truck and he's just like i mean he's. I fucked up in the head. I remember the whole drive you've to wherever we went that day with my dad. I don't remember he was like man. What the fuck. I can't believe i should just talking to himself and he's like like realities kicking checking in like and this dude is fucking crazy and it's just like so so that's my dad is like his thing was. I can't change anything from childhood and i was like you know i'm good now. I listen i can so stories like this and not get all messed up in the head and i'm just telling tell stories from my childhood happened. I'm good and even to this day. I've already forgiven my mom. I forgive him. My stepdad rod everybody. <hes> <hes> what sucks about forgive people is when they don't think they need to be forgiven because they don't think they did anything wrong that that's fucks your head ed when you're like you. Gotta forgive people. You got burgo. I'm like i'm good you know but the only thing that sucks is i you got. Some people like oh you gotta. Tell him you forgave him. I'm like it's pointless. If i was going to call my mom or my stepdad and say i forgive you the bike for what we were good. We're good parents that i i mean that's what i would say. That's the alone i mean. That's the first time i think i've ever until this out loud. That's just that is some backwoods trailer park mentality you you are you arguing on the phone and instead of letting level heads prevail and maybe calling that person the next day and saying hey man you 'cause. I'm thinking if somebody does that to me. I'm thinking they were druk or something. I i'm gonna call him be like yo. You realize you were line last night right. That's that's what an adult would do. I would think not limit. Oh next time your dad calls. Are your dad's dads. Come get you and i wasn't allowed to contact my dad. I had to just wait until he called on a sunday and i was when he he didn't call for a couple of weeks. I was so happy because it would how growing up was my dad would call usually sunday morning around nine or ten it'd be like can i come get you and then he come get me and then we'd we'd hang out on a sunday and then he bring me back like seven or eight at night and that's usually how it worked and and growing up i never knew on my dad was gonna show up. It was supposed to be every sunday but it wasn't every sunday. Sometimes he be two three weeks and he wouldn't show up and that didn't the help because it it gave my mom and rod more fuel to their fire like see. He's a terrible dad. Even though deep down they knew rod was they could always say my dad was worse because there were rods here. Everyday you're dead. Isn't that was the thing so if my dad would've showed up every sunday and then came to get me on like a monday or tuesday to i mean denny wouldn't have much to too much to say and i think my dad's this i got it. Forgive himself for that stuff. You know that it just happened. It is what it is. I mean mom and dad when they were teenagers. I just told him. I said that you just you just weren't ready to be a dad. I don't know what kind of debt i be it. Seventeen eighteen years old probably would be the most functional. I i got my shoes now forty s you know i still be throwing should sometimes around the house. I throw shit strategically though isn't going to break. I'll throw like a waterfall. That's empty just a plastic. Just kinda flutters or i'll throw a wash cloth listen. I've i've got a nice house. I ain't trying to flip the house. Don't get mad but it's a strategic mattis around here and you know that's why when i get on my son and my daughter about picking up and stuff <hes> i go off the handle sometimes but i was talking to my son about it and i told him he's a man you'd be going hawk damasec hawk. You'd be going hawk sometime. Go from zero to one hundred fast then you're right back down to david banner <hes> thirty seconds later i think when when i see like machinists in the house it's two things one. I'm ex military so our everything has a place to it takes you back to the trailer park and and and just always having to pick up after everybody in just just the we didn't live in a nice show park she was it was just disgusting. I mean it's dinner a third world country and it was just like it. It just takes me back to my childhood and i'm like oh i could. I remember growing up. Just sitting there going. I i am. I'm i did the opposite like some people say you know you have you come from a dysfunctional home when you see if you see like a man and a woman or child abuse and things like that you might repeat it if nobody's intervene or you get counseling us a lot of times. The behavior gets repeated generation the generation for me. I always said all i'm going to do so. That was my best. Why that's odd never done cocaine. I'm never done any kind of hard job. I've never done heroin. Only of no mushrooms is hard but anything i've ever done is tried lead a couple of times. I'm not no pot smoker. I mean snoop. Pass me joint one night. What was i going to say. No it was snoop. You know what i mean. I danced all night but i've i have never done anything hard because i i've won. I've seen when it d- does and i always thought during no way i'm letting rod. I'm never coming back to rod going. I need your help or you right out. My whole focus and life was a proven wrong because all they did was they. I remember one time we was riding in the car and he just said i mean we can do when you grow up and i was i on. Maybe a teacher. He teacher can't make no money being a teacher uh-huh. I might just do this unemployed. I'm just thinking who says that like who asked their kid. What do you want to do and then they tell you. You put third third your you put it down their profession. You can't make no money be to teach this all right. I'll just collect money from the government like you. I just i'll just i'm gonna marry cougar that's gonna do i mean so i think when i did that thing on maury when my dad he gets he just gotten his feelings lind's because he was like god. He's bringing up again. He's put me down and that was not a put-down towards my dad at all. It was just i guess it was just the fact act that i stated and like i say we're debt forgiven you. You gotta forgive yourself because there's nobody in your circle. I told my did this. I go you you know a lot of your friends. I know you got a lot of good friends. I go you can tell them about what it was like. When i was growing up and what kind of person you were and they're still going to be your friends. They're not gonna get any less. You're not gonna think you an asshole and when they meet me they're gonna know okay ago. We're fine. It's okay to talk about it. You can't feel guilty about talking about things that happened in the past whether it's not like i told him i it's not going to barbecue and i'm walking up going amen. I and my dad went around growing up. I don't i don't do that shit. I there was a time. Where did you need. 'em dad i told him that. I said i would try. I to to say something to get reaction to you. <hes> because i want you to feel some of the pain that i felt as a child and when we reconciled i was doing that every now and then i would still say something subconsciously because i wanted him to feel like shit and i told him that i said. Did i used to do that. I got only anymore. I said in. That's just something i had to get over and i've apologized for. I've told them is. I'm sorry i used to do that. I go but what i think extend from. I wanted him to feel some pain that i felt as a kid and my dad goes mission accomplished. He was like well. You succeeded in that shit. Not that and we're laughing about. It and that's what i want. I mean look man. They say all comedians come from a lot of pain. I used to not think that but clearly much out who was painful but i'm fine with it. Now you know i just need my dad to get at that point. You know like i shouldn't have to feel guilty about bringing that shit up you know. I said i said dad. There's a lot a lot of kids that had it worse than me a lot casino false pretense that i had the worst childhood in the history of childhood but montana west dramatic and i think the the one of the saddest things i think about is i. I don't remember one instance of my stepdad. Saying good job or are just say anything good about me period grown on up. I just don't remember. I'm not saying it didn't happen. I just cannot remember every time i went to him for something it was it was kind of making fun of me or a put down no matter it was it was just like team in anything right and my thing was. I'm gonna prove you wrong since you keep saying. I can't do anything right when i get older watch. I always had this envision that i would have a black wife which i have. I have all these kids kids which i have. I go for some reason. I thought i live in north carolina on the beach. I don't know why i had this vision of visual trailer park of me. Big red wooden house through the i'm on the back porch with some coffee wife right here and we're looking at the ocean come in and i'm just content is she a l. a. y. That was my vision. I never been north carolina. I don't know why that was north carolina it in california so but i just i i knew it in my go i remember i was talking to chris herren about it and he had said his man. You're like the opposite opposite because most kids when they get abused and whether it's medical medoc whether it's mental or physical abuse it goes they just they end up growing up being fucked up man and i got some issues. Don't get it twisted. I mean i i got some. I got some issues. I still gotta deal with but i'm getting better dealing with him but as far as like work ethic that's not a problem i know i work hard and as far as like making sure i'm supportive of my family members. I know on that yeah but i think my dad just has <hes> i told him i said you gotta talk to somebody. Is you gotta talk to psychologists therapists. You got to bring this up and maybe they can give you an answer of how to deal with it better. I said that little snippet on moore should not have gotten the reaction and then my dad start laughing because he said his wife even said don't post that. Don't make a comment about that because i told him i said deb i just want you to go to facebook and instagram the two places places that are posted that maury clip and look at the comments. Not one of them mentions me saying my dad went around but i want my dad do better. Nobody brought that up the only person that did was you should tell you it's you that has the issue and then. He said he went to his brother. The right is brother. Daryl and guy lived there all to death and he goes. I mean watches shit and he pulled it up and deer went what ain't going on there man eh. That's all your head. Monday goes well. Fuck you fuck you. That's when on you know man when you started saying fucking arab. I don't agree with you. There's issue. It's like when okay so so my mom like has undo who me. She's just basically disowns me right so then i get to gary owen show and there was one episode when i have my show on b._e._t. Where i went back to my old high school and i talked about kids and i was talking about childhood trauma and my brother passed away and my aunt rita who's my mom's sister who has stayed clear of all the drama she doesn't isn't she doesn't ever put my mom down and but and then if but if i talked to her she'll listen but she never she don't ever give her two cents. She just basic listens so she goes. She's on my t._v. Show so she's in the audience when i'm talking to the kids right and then and they got a picture of her tyring up when i'm talking to the kids so my mom call mayor rita to say this may end our relationship but you know like just a bunch of stuff about her being on the show and and you know have a my back and things like that and read it was like i don't listen listen. I don't have any control. What gear is going to say on his t._v. Show i'm just listening. I have not one time at all and that's the thing i haven't put my mom. I just i'm stating some facts that things that happened when i was growing up but i still my mom i still love rush. They would like to have a relationship with her but that you know it is what it is. She just basically like we're done so i don't know if it ever happened. I hope it does before something. Tragic happens but right now. It's not looking good between me and my mom. She just doesn't having to do with me. I'm blocked from all her facebook pages and i sent her a happy mother's day a texting and nothing back and just just ugly and it all stems from the rod. He's the head of that monster ultra down from him but yeah so. I don't know i got kind of deep today. It happens from time to time but i hope that when i do open up like there's there's a hope like somebody out. There can be okay. I'm going through. I'm going through something similar to so because some of the people open up about themselves. I'm like okay yeah. I felt that way at one point in my life. I see that's coming from. I think that's why it tells you to open up because you never know who you're reaching especially on like a podcast because you know there's so many people just listening that you don't listen and then it might strike corp somebody and they can tell somebody else like my park has funny but sometimes it gets a little deep. This is one of those half deep half funny 'cause i thought the funniest shit was when my dad said to his brother fucking darrell but but as they are so good right now at the end of the phone call we're cracking up and busting up laughing and and write a poor we can't talk and that's i told my dad never adver under any circumstances go to social media. Call me just walking because i knew when i saw it it never hands. I won't be give him a couple of days. Just thinking oh. I can't believe it. I'll just pick up the phone. That's my advice to anybody out there. Do ooh not under any circumstances go to social media to some family issues. It just makes you look bad in the end. Please sir you take nothing else away from this podcast. Don't do that shit. Just call that family member. Just keep to yourself because it in the end the end it just makes you look. It honestly just makes you completely dysfunctional like you're going to facebook to talk about that. Are you going to twitter or instagram. Come on all right well. I'll next next week. This is gary all with the podcast. If you want to listen to my podcast just go to. I tunes search gary past tag.

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8-4-2019 Worship Service

Shiloh Truelight Church

1:25:41 hr | 1 year ago

8-4-2019 Worship Service

"Today was saying number twelve in the garden <music>. Ooh ooh hello mm-hmm mm-hmm uh-huh eh. The only ah <music> aw home aw aw yeah aw in in the garden is just being with him. That's that's where people go a lot of times or used to more than you do now but they went to the garden to receive the things for their natural life to be able to receive food. They might have to use. That's where they went to today. They go somewhere else in most cases yes but the opportunity is still the same for us to to be able to go somewhere to be able to receive you've the natural things for our life and to be able to go to our lord and savior and receive you see the spiritual things that garden to be able to receive the spiritual things that we saw stand so much in the aw that is we go through life that we have to have that spiritual part friends we're all here today and that natural body and we have life in it and that spirit then is either a spirit of the holy ghost the spirit of god that is within us in that spiritual part voiced a spirit of satan who we all who we had acquit spirit that we had when we were born when we came here doesn't no matter who you are where you came from that spirit of satan was within us we inherited that but there's a man that jesus christ came here to the earth and he overcame all things and he hung on the cross so that today you and i have that wonderful opportunity of eternal life through him and him only there's no other way but through jesus basis and there's no other way but by being totally submissive to him throughout the world today there's too much which proclaimed to be a christian but when you look at my life my life is no different from anyone who from the world all and i live in san and this is the way that throughout the world is what goes on today that people live in san even though they proclaimed to be a christian and that will not work. He says that those things are enemies to the cross. Those things are enemies to the spirit of god and he says he can't keep both i was reading racing just remembered there how talks about how one the cell that was washed has been made clean washed made whole clean looking good and what he he was giving us an example there what happens to us when we received the spirit of the holy ghost when we confess jesus christ our savior and accept him then spiritually we have been made clean he says but those that go away and those who do not follow his word is the same as that sal that was washed and she goes right back blackout and wallows in the mar and that half that can't happen to us if we've been made clean and then go waller go right right back into that same condition. There's something wrong. There's something bad wrong so we need to look at our own individual sales this morning orange friends unless be asking the lord to direct us to fill our minds with the wisdom of of his spirit so that we can all walk with him. Walk in the spirit of the holy ghost not walking in the spirit of the world and be reconciled to his will whatever it might be and be able to just lay aside those things and to stand a._m. Strong and to stand with confidence that we have made our calling and election sheer through jesus christ our lord what a wonderful opportunity to use and i know that it avails for all of us today eighteen we have opened bobbled this morning to the second letter of corinthians themes paul wrote the first chapter and we'll read some there to begin with paul wrote many many letters and a lot of times he was in prison when he wrote these letters but he had a mind still that he wanted to be able to encourage and help the people wherever that he had been before in and encouraging them and it happened to set up these churches he was still wanting to encourage women. That's our minus mornings. What can we do to encourage courage you in the truth and the way that paul was encouraging nam and a lot of cases was he was even pointing out their mistakes. He was pointing out aw things that they needed to clean up but that was encouraging to the righteous because they were getting in receiving the chason rebuking god that he says that all of my children all of those i will chase in review so let's look at paul what paul had to say here is he started out in this second letter there to the carinthian paul an apostle astle of jesus christ by the will of god and timothy our brother and to the church of god which is at korean with all the saints which which are in a chair that was that's a beautiful citation to me to think about that and i hope that that same thing could be taught to us here this morning that it could be the same thing he says he and his friend timothy a young man that he was a mentor to that we have talked so much and we have seen what he has been able to accomplish. How paul was able to accomplish the truth through timothy. When paul was in prison or wherever he used timothy carey <music> own work and he says to the church of god which is a grant a church where where the spirit of god was truly there and that's what i want it to be here and it can be that and i believe that it is yes with people who truly know understand the true throughout our country today. There's way too much of that that i believe that the spirit of god is not there but he says here and then with all the saints which are into a tale to all the saints all those that paul had seen he had worked with them and he had he had been able to see how they had received that that spirit of the holy ghost and we're strong in work and they were growing in the work. How do we feel about ars today. Your work your spiritual life. Are you growing. Are you drawing going near. Are you able to overcome the temptations of satan quicker and easier by using the power that he has talked to us about <music> out the power of the holy goes. He says resist him when we talk about that. Are you able to resist satan or is he able to come in and to carry a you away and have you in the things that you would not want to be doing and you look around and say why am i in this condition. Why am i doing the things that i'm doing because we yielded the temptation we yielded the saving grace be you and peace from god our father and from the lord jesus christ grace peace power and peace and hope from god our father and from the lord jesus christ he is the one he is the way the only way there's no other way and friends we can try to bring it in entertainment or whatever else but there's only one way that we can truly receive you bet and that is by having a pure heart and appeared as czar for the spirit of god and is the only way that we can receive it. We've got to have that pure desire that we won't that above all other things and we're willing to lay aside all other things that we might gain christ. We might do his wheel and to be broken. I'm from things of this world. Blessed be god even the father of our lord jesus christ the father of mercies and the god aww all comfort who comforted us in all our tribulation that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble by the comfort wherein we ourselves are comforted of god. We may know a little bit about doc tribulation but this man paul he knew a lot about that and he says now that god the father and his son he is the one that he promised he says i will send to you a comforter sandy so you the spirit of the holy goes to comfort you in this life by bringing peace to and he he says now who comforted us in all tribulations and he will go with the ceases. I'll never leave. You doesn't matter what comes a phone you. He says i will never leave you nor forsake you and paul says here he says who comforted us and all our tribulations and think about that and i thought we talked about this recently but these things come to my mind sometimes think about oh how strongest man was by using the spirit of the holy ghost that he had when he had been beaten when he'd been tried and beaten whipped and then put into jail but he was comforted in that tribulation knowing that he was able to suffer for sam name of jesus christ and when he was there at the midnight midnight hour instead of him complaining and whining about what was taking place he resigned singing praises to god the father and the spirit of god just began to work right there in the prison there with people and there was to a man that was converted a man believed and his whole house and i believe that was strictly because the summit two things here that what paul was talking about that he was using leading the spirit of god comfort him in his tribulations instead of him looking opponent of hard work as some when the when the lord told them what they must do how they must continue on work mark. They looked at home phone. Even they said this is a hard saying in who can hear it and they turned and they went away but the lord he didn't go out and say what must we do now. How are we going to be able to bring these people in. What kind of entertainment do we need to get going so that we can get them to calm. He just turned right to his closest friends to his disciples disciples and he said well you go away also and friends we don't have that true desire for the spirit of the lore four have a true desire that we wanna follow him and work with him and whatever it cost us as paul did here. We know available title to us and that's what he was looking. He was telling his disciples. If you aren't willing to do whatever i asked to be he done and you aren't willing to live in the manner that i asked for you to live here on the earth. Will you go away also and that's the question that we need to be asking ourselves this morning. Where are we spiritually. Are we willing to follow him. What do we want to try to hold onto the things of the world and try to follow jesus the use of christ. We won't be able to have that comfort. You can't serve two masters says you'll either love one hate the other. You can't serve both that we may be able to comfort them which are in trouble. He says i've been there. He says i'm going through these things. I understand what god can do through his son. Jesus christ. I understand how he can convert us and take us from our sins and now we can become a new person out. Just think about how this man was. How how strong he was listen how he was fighting against jesus christ in the work of gone how he was fighting against it. In his day. He was such a central person what did happen the spirit of god he was able to see it and he immediately laid it down that wicked way and he became a new man we talk about being made new and there is a perfect example to me what is talking about when the spirit of the holy ghost comes within somebody you see this man paul how that he was living to a wicked rely in the eyes of god in his eyes. He was following god right to the t. He thought but he was nowhere close to where he should be but he had a mind. I know his mind was that i truly won't to know and i believe is he was going down there to damascus. There was things in his mind of what must i do. Lord is what i'm doing is is this your will and god was able to strike him down through jesus christ there and show him. I am the spirit show him what he needed to do. In that day now he had an opportunity to turn it down but he did not you can hear the word today and you have the opportunity to accept it or turn it down. If you hear it you you can be made new and now when paul went on down there to damascus and he was there prayed and three days later when an ias ice came in and baptized him in the scales fell off his eyes and he was able to see i know that he was able to see those those spiritual eyes also and then he was a new man now look what took place here he was just a few days before fighting against the work of god the spirit of the holy ghost came up on him and he received it and now he is preaching word of god he is teaching jesus christ him crucified risen from the grave and him are blessed savior that is becoming knew that is what the new man will do for all people that doesn't matter who you are and if you have not got that and if you have not been made new and made that hundred and eighty degree turn in your life something's wrong take it to the lord and cleaned ended up and let him make one hundred eighty degree turn in your life to put off things of this world index indeed accept him as our savior and become a new become strong in his spirit by the comfort where we if we also are comforted god for as the sufferings of christ abounding funding us so our consolation also a bounded by kreis now. What are we looking for. What is abounding in us today. Hey is it. The spirit of god that is abounding in us is that what is glowing is that is what is shining within us today. Was that some worldly something that we're seeking after he says that light shine that others may be able to see let that spirit of the holy ghost be strong within you and let it be able to shine and others may be able to see and give god the glory not you and me who are we but nobody but someone one that has accepted jesus christ someone has received the spirit of the holy ghost and now can overcome mm satan and let that spirit then abound and us and whether we'd be afflicted it is for your consolation and salvation which is a factual india during of the same sufferings which which we also suffer or whether we be comforted it is for your consolation in salvation. Thank about that what he was saying. There and i wonder how much that would be within us here today. Paul saying he he was ready to help them along the lines of their salvation and it did not matter what was taking in place there. He says let's read that again. He says whether we'd be afflicted. It is for your constellation and salvation and which is a factual indian during of the same sufferings which we also suffer. He says i'm willing to go into prison. I'm willing to be beat nine willing to go wherever omissions as he did. He was just a missionary traveling around and going through all kind on of partly as places for these people he says or whether we be comforted. He says it doesn't matter if i'm going went through that or if the lord is giving me comfort at certain times i'm sure he d._a. There was times where paul was not going through that type of thing but he says it's all for your constellation in your salvation. We go out and we do these things. Are we willing to do that today day or we would. We be willing to lay aside the comfort that we have today that someone else might be able to have salvation others have done those things not only paul many many people since paul there has been many people have done these things and it may be right within us us here but we can allow some little small something to come in and take us away. Take geico from being rebellious to the work can be. We've talked about that a lot race but if we aren't agreeing with it we rebellious friends think about that sounds kind of strong but if i don't agree with the truce if i don't agree agree with the doctrine of jesus christ i i'm rebelling against it and what does he say about. Those things cbs talks about the children of israel. Look at how they rebelled against the truth and look how they lost now. When he gave he was giving them everything he brought them out of out of being in bondage the slaves to where they were whipped and beaten in may aid work and do all kinds of things that was against nature that was against them being able to live a peaceable double life god brought them out of that gave him great riches when he brought them out and then was ready to just care them right on into the promised land carry them through the red sea. What did they do. A murmur nick complained they rebelled against the truce cruise of god in that day just by not accepting and then god sent the people round into the promised land said go look at it spied out and come back now and tell us tell the people what we need to do. They went in there and they still didn't have faith thinning. There was only two that came back with a favorable recommendation that yes we need to go now. The rest of the people that went so no we can't go did they forget about what god had just done. He had brought them out of the land of egypt. He had killed the first born in every home there he had brought them up to the land to the red sea there and he opened it up and they walked through into enemies came in trying to go and he destroyed them and he had promised i'm taking you to this promised land to give it to you know we don't have faith in you. We don't we'll have faith in the truth. I'll do it my way. What took place they went around throughout the wilderness for forty years because they did their way instead of asking instead of following the lord jesus christ our god the father author that day they did it their way and all that was over believe about twenty. One years of age passed away while they were there. They did not enter into that promised land. There is to the two that went caleb joshua they were able to go in because they came back and gave a good report. They were or not rebellious to the work of the lord. They were willing to just do whatever you ask them to do. And they were willing to walk in the comfort of the spirit and they were able to go on into that land and joshua even after moses god had taken him joshua was able to lead them on there is mistakes made but they worked through and when there is a mistake made it was brought to the attention of the people and it was cleaned up and they went own to see victory and france. That's what we need to be looking for. In doing this. Day cleaned the mistakes mistakes up and let's go on and see victory in jesus christ and are hoping you steadfast knowing that is your partake of the suffering social. You'd be also out <unk> out. The constellation are hoping you is steadfast and what he's saying there is we have hope that you will hold out and whatever comes upon you and sufferings and the temptations and so show you be also in the constellation that when times of comfort come along you'll be strong and you'll be you will know how you're able to do that is nothing of your work but it's the work of the spirit of the holy ghost gives you the power to overcome it for we would not brother have you ignorant of our trouble which came to us in asia that we were pressed out of measure above strand insomuch that we despaired even of life paul he'd gone through some very strenuous sufferings it sounds like here and he was just telling them some about some of the things that were coming up on them but i believe that paul was doing this and we read on we'll see i know that paul was doing this to encourage them to let them see that friends wins if we will just put it into the hands of the lord if we will just walk with him that he'll lead us through these things and we'll come out on the other side but we had the sense of death in ourselves that we should not trust in ourselves but in god which raises the day. He had no trust in his sale. He said i had the sentence of death in myself. I had laid all of my will down. I was dead to my way royal hours dead to the thing of this world. He said we had the sentence of death in our sales. He was not relying relying upon himself at all that we should not trust in our sales listen but in god which raised with the day it and i believe that he's talking about the spiritual actual data there remember what we talked about in the very beginning to the service today of how that each one of us came here born with that spared veered of satan dead spiritually now when we've got to get what he says here that we're dead in ourselves how's that we have no trust in in this body in our mind and that we should put our trust in god god and jesus christ our lord who raises the dead the spiritual day he will give them life. He will quicken quicken them. Give them new life. Make him at new man what he's talking about there. We should put our trust in gone in jesus christ not in man you also helping together by prayer for us. We've talked a lot about that. In the last while pre crave one for the other and constantly pray to the lord place he says be insted in season and he says prayed continuously and you also together by prayer for us that for the gift bestowed upon us by by the means of many persons thanks may be given by many on our behalf for i rejoice in is this the testimony of of a of our confidence of our conscience that incident publicity and godly sincerety not with flesh lee wisdom but by the grace of god we have had our conversation in world and more abundantly to you were whereas are rejoicing today and i know there's things that come up on us that kim bring sarah but we can overcome that the sars of this life will soon be gone doesn't matter what it is but the rejoice in the spirit of the holy ghost will last forever and forever. We will never lose that. We'll just is hold onto it. If we're put it into the hands of jesus christ we will never hold never lose it for i rejoice in his this the testimony of our conscience chips and what's the testimony in your conscious today's strong or seared with that hot iron and cannot and it's not what tender anymore used to hear talked about having a conscience seared with a hot iron that the hot iron learn something maybe a place and it sears in act while it feels hot or feels hot and it's very painful to begin with but in my understanding is those nerves can be seared to where then you don't feel pain. I would be a terrible thing to think about that are conscious gets that way to where we don't feel see anymore and we don't well. Hey that c._n._n. Us anymore that'd be a very bad condition to be but we can be in that condition. Janeiro where are conscious is a testimony of our work. Our consciences showing we're walking with jesus. Christ is what he's talking about and godly sincerety not with flesh lee wisdom lot with the wisdom of the world but by the grace of god and by the grace of god is how we've really been able to receive that spirit of the holy ghost freelance. It's through faith in jesus christ that we're able to receive it through faith that i accept him but then what's we have accepted that and once we have got at van then we've got to have let our conversation be a holy conversation. Let our words be a wholly a work here on the earth. We can't go out and live at same life again. I'll point you to paul how first of all a portrait of jesus christ. He said he came here and he lived a life and he set the example for us to live. Do you read anywhere in the bible about jesus christ having a worldly mind and bob of him going out here and trying i to find ways of entertaining himself with the worl- do you see any place in that at all or any place of him being involved in things that did not please his father. I don't read any of it and i know that that's the case. He walked upright. He walked worthy of the spirit. That was within him. He let that spirit direct him in all things. He never made a sinful mistake. Not one calls he had that spirit of god he was god in the flesh and he was able to overcome that overcome at you and i are able to overcome it today. We'll i use that same spirit that he had that he that he had in that day the grace of god that's nothing more but the spirit of god s- available to all of us us and we have had our conversation in whirl before that yes we had that if we are living in the world today we are here. You're up on the earth but we can be of the righteous group and we can say i will walk in that. I will follow ah ham and i'm not gonna let little things of this world. Lead me away but i'll walk in the wisdom of the holy ghost not with flesh lee wisdom but i'll walk in the wisdom of god. Well we right none other things onto you then what you dan what ye read or knowledge and not trust you shall acknowledge even to the end and what policies telling them their friends listen. We have written to you you. We have worked with you. We have taught you and the gospel of jesus christ. You've been able to accept it. He says as for we right none other things onto you nothing different justice the gospel of jesus christ another place paul tells me yeah it doesn't matter who it is. Angel comes and preaches another gospel to you than what's been praised. He says you better reject it. He says it is coming from satan and i know that throughout our world today that is things just being taught and preached people coming from hail while it is nothing more satan's work and then we read or acknowledge and i trust you show mc knowledge knowledge even unto the and if it is in accordance with the words of this book it is the truth if it is not an speaks in other words. There's things being taught different from this works that is in this book. Don't acknowledging that he says now taught you these things. I've written them to you. You need to hold onto him and he says i trust that you will that. You'll acknowledge. This is the truth and i'll hold onto it to the end and that's the confession. I wanna make today is that i know that these are the truth of god. I know that the gospel luke jesus christ is available to us all and i will put my trust. I have my trust in him and i want to hold on until the end and i know that i can. I know that i can have power over satan and i know that i can see victory indian and when i say that s not being boastful at all because i know that you can have the exact right same thing and you're not gonna take anything away from me and i'm not gonna take anything away from you by being able to have that but it is your work between you and jesus christ in god the father and it is my work between them and that is how she's you stand before him and you'll be judged and i final day right none other things unto so you than what you read or knowledge and i trust you shall acknowledge even to the end as also you have acknowledged us in part art that we are your rejoicing even as you also are hours in the day of the lord. Jesus now are we. We'd rejoicing brothers and sisters together. Are you rejoicing n._c. Net spirit and someone. I know that i can when i see that spirit working in someone that is a rejoicing thing to see and i know it is very troubling thing to see when you see that spirit is not working in someone and you want to be able to do what can i do it to help. And how can we help to promote the kingdom of jesus christ here upon the earth in our day friends. What are you doing. What am i doing that. I'm helping to father his calls helping some poor stranger on their way. I'm talking about spiritual stranger someone who is struggling spiritually richly. What can we do to help them. And in this conference i was minded to come unto you before that you might have a second benefit and to pass by you into macedonia and to come again out of macedonia also donated onto you and and ahve you to be brought on my way toward judea paul was this right he said in this case says i was minded to come unto you that you might be able to hear the words and you might be encouraged and have a second benefit to work in the work of the lord when i therefore was thus minded. Did i use lightness or the things that i propose. Do i propose propose according to the flesh that with me there should be yay and nay nay but as god is is true and our word toward you was not yay and nay he says god is true and he says i want you to understand and go back. I was not talking to you and teaching you one thing and then turning around and teaching you something else. He says that is not the truth. He says but as god august true and again. That's what we've got to accept. The word of god is true and his word is being tall all here today and do you accept it as the truth justice what he was talking about here to these people he says our word toward you. Ah for the son of god jesus christ who was preached among you by us even by a million and two moebius was not yay and yea nay but in him was yay for all the promises of god auden him and in him amen and to the glory of god by us and i know the free and that what is what is being taught to this group of people here in to all wanna hear talk to understand our wall to have the understanding of the truth i. I know that that's what's being preached here. He says four as god is true our words toward us not yay and nay and i believe the truth truth is being tall for the son of god jesus christ who was preached among you by us and i know that the son of god jesus christ has been preached here to all of you and to me i have to get the message just as much as you do and it's just as much for for you for me as it is for you even by men savannah's into mo- theus now he just went on and he says now here i was teaching timothy timothy was teaching so venus was teaching. These were all workers preachers angels of god in that that day well look at the way he talks about others. He's a he referenced in well. Look at it as the angels there were preachers teachers of god and he's his but it in him in all of them it was not yet but it was it was the trews being taught over run over and over and how many times have we took this book and we make might read numerous places in it throughout the service and all all this ties right together of the truth of jesus christ the truth of god of how what he would how for us to lay the over what we should do here on earth but if i'm not following that i'm rebellious but if i am i am down at the food across and i am keeping that conscious news very tender and walking with jesus for all the promises mrs of god in him are yay and inhale a man and to the glory of god bios you understand all the promises of god and that's throughout the bible that we read them when we talk about the first one the promise of eternal life the promise that i'll give you same to you a comforter. I'll give to you the gift of eternal life. That's the promise friends and he also says paul says there he says the wages of sand is eternal death but the gift of god is eternal life through jesus christ our lord and are savior. Do you understand that. Do you know that today what the gift of god is what he's talking about year to these people he says for all the promises of god in him and that's the first one and then he gives us all these others that i'll be with you low until the end but you gotta be broken and you gotta accept it. These people had to be broken. They had to accept these words that were coming from paul here was i was just like coming from god the father and his son and we have to accept that today that his words and being given to us is coming from from him and then we've got to abide in it for all the promises of god in him or in him amen until the glory of god awed by us now he which stablishment us with you in cries and have to us is god where the spirit of the holy ghost come from it comes from god. The father is given to the salon to give to all of them that love him all of them that worship pam now he which established us with you in cries now are are we established today in christ is that the case with us and half a non at us not at us with the spirit of the holy goes. He says that's god does that and in him is yes in him is spared of the holy goes who have also sealed us and giving us given the earnest of the spirit in our harz is that what is in your heart mark today if it is you have become a new man if that is in your heart that spiritual well h- har- then you are not out here chasing the things of this world the world things the entertainments that satan would have to be involved in. He says that's not where you'll be. You will be wanting to be where the people of the lord is and you'll we want him to be with him. There's times is a song says there's times to be just all alone with jesus jesus christ our lord who has failed us and giving us. I ernest of the spirit in our hearts. Do you have that if you have it. It'll shove if you don't it will show and it's obvious whether or not i am being obedient to him him or whether i am rebellious to it it is obvious friends to the people of lord just as much as you walk in and it's obvious who you are. He says by their fruits. You shall know them. Com words of jesus christ this is this is not something that i'm got have gotten up. I'm telling you this is his words and he says that light you will take that candle set it on a table and covered up. He says that light will shine. Candle should be put their lights in illuminates the whole room and all people can see and if that's the case then all people can be able to see and recognize the spirit of the holy ghost with ainu that the righteous can see dan and even the wicked can say that there is something that is different within you and then they may even want to question how and and what is it and that gives you opportunity to witness to them and show them way to jesus christ they might also be able to have that same spear and be able to have that same comforter and be able to have it saying peace same joy right within their heart who have four over. I call god for record upon my soul that despair you. I came not as yet unto korean. He says tom calling god iphone my soul i'm asking i'm begging god. He says that to spare you. I came not as yet and krant. They were troubled area and the church. There were certain things that were going on there. That paul had he had already warned them about things. There was other things there that he had that he felt like they needed. They needed to be brought attention not for that. We have dominion over your faith but our heifers of your joy for by faith you stand and by faith in god. The father is how we stand but then fringe you've got to have the works that backs up that faith we've read recently absolutely and we've talked about it a lot about what that faith is and whether or not you're works or backing up that way way we can go out here and we can say i have faith and then go live. You've a life of the world go live a sinful life and all manner of of central things and that doesn't show that i have faith in jesus christ that he has made me new that does not show at all that i am a new man. I'm still the same way still the same man but if i have faith and then my works show what faith years i'll be able to be strong and that's what we need to all be looking for. We need all be strong in it and let that faith lift you but i determine this with my ceos playoff that i would not come again to you in heaven us four or five make you sorry who is he then that make me glad diane but the same which is made sorrow by me. I wrote this same unto you less. When i came i i should have sarah from them of whom all to rejoice having confidence in you all that my joy is the joy oy of you all. He says now i've written u._c.'s thanks. He says now i don't want to come and be sorrow be filled with sarah because i come there and i see things that somebody's not walking in the work the way that they should he says i ought to rejoice. He says i want to be able to rejoice and come in there and have confidence in you all that my joy is the joy of you for out of much affliction and anguish anguish of heart. I wrote into you with many tears. Not the two should be greed but you might know the love which i have more abundantly early on to you and in that first letter there he also. He tells them things that they have to get rid of in that church. There's things there that people are involved in. He says it's got to be and he says i wrote unto you with many tears and sorrow being grieved that satan had come in and been able to steal a march upon some obvious but that you might know he said i didn't do are there to grieve you to make you feel bad he did that because of the mof which i have more abundantly onto you and that is what today if i can preach and i can teach you and i can bring something to your attention. That will get you you to see your ways. You're you're worldly wage. If that is the case and the way that you have gone gone offer the offer that straight and narrow path. It's not that i'm doing that to grave you just because i have that love then if you see that i can help you to get back onto the right track the straight and narrow path and that's what paul was telling them here that i've done this because of the love that we have for you but if any have caused grave he has not not greet me but in part that i may not overcharge you all sufficient to such a man is this punishment which was inflicted of many and we'll go back and you think paul's writing a told them that they had to. He says cast this man now. This man has done this wicked indeed. He says giddy out of the church he says that is satan turned him over to satan he san because how's he was not following. The word of god church disciplined was very strong in those days and it should be very strong in our day that seeing as called out it doesn't matter who it saying but it's called out and then it will be if we're walking close to jesus christ but he just told him he says now the punishment that has been done to that man. He says it's been sufficient so that contrary contrary wives y'all rather to forgive him. I believe the person repented and i believe when it was called to their teaching tune. In people there saw he saw people. Were not going to go along with him. In that type of lifestyle they were they just put into society and said we're not dr anything to do with that and i believe he repented of it and then poses telling them he says now the punishment that was inflicted acted upon him. He says that's been sufficient. He says now you need to forgive and to comfort less. Perhaps such a one should be swallowed up with over much sorrow but i know that paul and others had to assume that repent mind in that person they actually had to see the broken loose. Paul did to be able to van to be telling them to forgive him. Wherefore i beseech you that you would confirm your love towards him for to this in also. Did i write that. I might know the proof of you. Whether you be obedient and all things he says now these things were written to you so that you might see so that i might see you would be tried to see whether you would be obedient to to the chastening of god the way i understand that he he wrote those things to them and they were obedient to it. They got it out of the church. It was they repented to whom you forgive anything i forgive also four or five forgave anything to whom i forgive you ed for your sakes forgave by at in the person of christ. He says i am ready to forgive and idea idea he says if you forgive he said i did for your sakes forgave yet in the person of of christ says i'm following christ. Christ has forgiven me so much. He says i must also be the same he says lists. Satan should get an advantage of us listen here. He was talking about people people that had the spirit of holy ghost. He was talking about himself of what he must do. High he must he must first call c._n._n. Out then look and see what the results of the chastening rebuking is and if it is good then i must forgive just as the lord has forgiven he says and then he goes on and he says less satan get an advantage of us for we are not ignorant of his devices he says now we had to follow through all of these stamps and now at the end i've got the now forgive these things things and i've got now accept him and to come on less satan. Get an advantage of us now. How does that sound like good. Satan still had an opportunity to work in paul's life. Yes <music> and satan is their attempt each and every one of us but what paul was saying there he says for we are not ignorant of his devices of satan's devices of how that he is so deceitful. He says we're not ignorant to that added. All we understand that and i know that i've got the grace of god we've talked about that earlier he says and and the grace of god has come to me and the true words of god the way of the holy ghost. I have to be able to use he says furthermore when i came to troas as to preach christ gospel and a door was it opened unto me of the lord i had no rest in my spirit because i found not titus my brother but taking my leave of them i went from fence to macedonia and here i believe he's just telling them with some of the things they're not how spirit has led him in different places uses even though he might have been somewhere else teaching their spirit asking him and and work strong in him would carry him into something else elps now thanks to god which always causes us to try up and cries and make it manifests manifest the savior of his knowledge by us in every place now here again it goes right back to what i was just talking about there sure of how he was able to overcome these things he says now thanks to god. What are we thinking he for what was paul thanking him for for for the power of the holy ghost which always causes us to triumph in christ the promise that's the only way we can be victorious in christ jesus our savior is by being filled with the spirit of the holy ghost and being strong and that letting that spirit then be made manifest that the savior jesus christ of his knowledge and of hit by us in every place than we are able to go out and preach and teach the knowledge of jesus as ascribes wherever he says to go buy his knowledge by what he is given to us not us but it comes from him for we're to god a sweet smelling savor rice sweet savor of christ in them that are saved and in them that perish to the one we are the savior of death unto death and to the other the savior of life unto life and who is sufficient for these things. We've talked about right in the beginning of service today. We were one of two and hey paul. All is talking to the same thing to these people here. We're one there one of one of these two groups this for we are unto god a sweet savor of christ in them that are saved in them that are saved moved. We're sweet savor of that to the one we are the savior of death unto breath still that spirit of god is there in in righteous and it can be preached and tall and and it will be a witness against the wicked of death eternal and to the other other preaching teaching to the savior of life to one the truce lose of god will condemn them to death to the other the truth of god will give them the promise of eternal life the savior of life unto life and who is sufficient for these things who is sufficient to be able to receive the things that he's talking talking about the gift of god the holy ghost who is sufficient who can receive that today none but but those that have become that little chow those that are broken from the things of this world all those that have accepted him totally not just partially but willingness this is as the poor weather to put in all that she had just two months she put it all all land and the lord looked at him and said she is justified more than all these rich people that are putting so much seeing dan but they're not putting it all and that parable like this we have to become to where we see. We have nothing and the only thing we have is the opportunity to go to jesus christ and just put it into his hands to put our soul and our man oh man into the hands of jesus christ. That's what the poor widow was doing. She put all that she had in there and that's all that we have spiritually is just put it in those that are rich in their own. Mind can thank well. I go to church and i give and i read my bible occasionally but i'll still hold on to pleasures of the world allow allow still do go to places and dress in ways that it's not please into the lord. Howe still do those things thanks and that'll be the word of god will condemn them today but righteous put it all in give it all to the lord. I'm saying that that spiritual part puts it all in and let him be the one that directs for we are not as many which corrupt the word word of god and i want you to listen carefully to that france. This was two thousand years ago and paul was just telling the people in that day he says as for we're not as many which corrupt the word of god and i know just look at what is being taught in the name name of christianity across our nation today of how all manner of things are just accepted that goes indirect opposition russian to the word of jesus cries and to say you have to accept that you've got to be tolerant to these things and i know that that's not the case that is not what paul paul spoke out heavy against it and the people repented on if we just accept that you haven't done anything but encouraged people in wrong and paul this ted on him here for we for we are not as many mini which corrupt the word of god he was teaching it plain and simple in his day but but as of sincerity but as of god in the sight of god speak we we in christ and i know that's being done on today in sight of god the words of christ her being spoken to us today his truce whether or not we want to walk in it whether or not we want to follow follow in it whether or not where we want to be rebellious of it is up to you. There has been people all the well on some how some haven't they're walking. I we've got to we go through that narrow gate lay assad things list world and go through that narrow gay and that's putting it all into into jesus christ as spiritual part saying i am nothing i am broken and i need help and then he will keep us on that path or he'll give us the means to stale path. We are free agents. Let's each and every one of your free agent. You can walk on that path and you can stay on it and he'll give you the means and he will be there to work with you <hes> and to keep you on there. As long as you won't to your free you can walk away. You can leave that you can go back to the house that you came out of just as we talked about earlier is the sound it was washed and you can go back and wallow in that mar and and be filled he says was seven other spirits more wicked than what was in you before and we don't want any of those things france france. We wanna be strong. We won't be victorious. Indian and i want to encourage you. I want you to think about these things. I want you to be ready and armed with the faith and with the spirit of god the father through jesus christ that spirit of the holy ghost so that you can overcome all things that satan has knowing his deceitful ways and how he will take advantage of you don't be ignorant of him but be strong in the spirit and let us e victory in jesus christ and when that sound of that trump it comes and christ descends from heaven and the dead christ rise then we which are alive and remain can rise to ever be with him and and and throughout eternity he says encourage one another and these were with these words. You've got that opportunity. You got that opportunity to put it into his hands. You got the opportunity to truly know jesus christ and to be peace. Let us all be at one with we'll sing number two hundred and ninety one. I love to tell the story and there may be someone here that might would like to make a make a commitment and you can do so by coming forward as we sing number two hundred and ninety one doc yeah and aw you do ah eh a uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh <music> <music> uh-huh to a <music> uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh <music> oh mm-hmm and <music> hello that old oh story we heard today and i swapped swap policy. That's what he's teaching was just the old no story of jesus christ. Is it more wonderful in your life if today than it was before is it more wonderful than all the golden fancies of all our golden dreams did so much for me and that is just the reason i tell it now to the i know so wonderful story and i know that it can give us eternal life. Let's all we pray. Let's all be asking lord. What must we do to help. Promote your kingdom here on the earth. What must i do the lord to work in your kingdom. Let us pray to god the father through jesus christ our lord. We thank you for all all the wonderful words of wisdom that you have given to us today. Help us to take them and put them into our treasure our spiritual toll treasure and to be able to use them that we can draw closer to you. We asked you to be with those. That are are struggling today spiritually. Does that stand in need of help. How can we encourage them. How can we show them the way. How can we be a benefit to you. Phyllis with your spirit and help us to be strong wrong and to use that spirit to overcome satan in all things and to give you the honor and the glory be with us in the upcoming days that we make the decisions to do things in your glory in your work and forgive us our shortcomings and be with us in in the upcoming days that we can be strong in your work. We ask in jesus name amen.

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Think About College Like A Millionaire

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Think About College Like A Millionaire

"Coming up on this episode of the Chris HOGAN show out. Our three year old has cancer. Informa- which is a non Hodgkin's then to round the chemo leader, he's in remission. Now, we praise for that. Yes. Absolutely. And so looking into our reports on that we paid off thirty two thousand dollars. In the meantime while. Welcome to the Chris HOGAN show home of everyday millionaires. I am your host Chris HOGAN. And this is your show. This is where your life and your money takes center stage and never forget, it's your life VIP's take charge VIP's. It's so good to be back with you. I am excited to be able to share this episode with you and walk through and talk through some great people some great calls, and we've got some incredible content for you as always. But listen, the book tour was a fantastic hit. I was all over the place. I was encouraged by the people that have already hit millionaire status of a super encouraged by the people that are focused on moving forward to chase down. And I want to go through a list tell you the places where I met some incredible people I met people in New York Chicago Nashville, Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Colorado Springs Feen. Nics LA back out on the west coast, San Jose, Sacramento and Seattle. My goodness. It was busy. But listen, this is my biggest takeaway that the American dream is alive and available people are encouraged people are zeroing in they know what they want to accomplice. And it was amazing to talk to people to know why they wanted to accomplish it. I heard everything from people wanting to do things for their family to be able to give to be able to be financially independent that was a phrase that I heard a lot. And so I would love for all of you out there to make sure that you check out my new book, again, this is what we were running around talking about and sharing the information on everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to the stories are fantastic the stats in here are blowing people away. People are telling me, Chris I had no idea about this. Or the thing about the inheritance or about the fancy, educations or. The income. I'm telling you it's opening. So all that information is right in there for you. And I'd love you to be able to read it. So I don't want you to miss out order everyday millionaires at Chris HOGAN, three sixty dot com. You know, let's jump on the phone. Let's talk about this thing. But speaking of phones, I need you to call in. I need to hear from you. If you've got a question or you got a success story that you wanna share give us a call the numbers. Eight four four two eight three nine three eight three again. The number to call is eight four four two eight three nine three eight three or you can send us an Email the Email addresses ask at Chris HOGAN, three sixty dot com. So we'd love to be able to hear from you. And to talk to you. So I'm going to dive on the phone. I've got a Lexus calling in from Tampa Alexis. How are you? I'm great. I'm great, I'm focused and not finished. How can I help you today? So I wanted to ask a question for my parents, actually, my mom, and I recently were having conversation about who retirement and the next ten years, look like she's in her late fifties, and my stepfather's in his late early sixties, and she started talking about credit card debt, and how they have joint accounts, and then they have separate accounts. And what happens to that that if one of them passes away is it something that the other ones liable for does it get taken out of the state or a home equity, and we have no idea. What happens that money? So the reality is when you start to deal with that there's a couple of types, you can have debt Alexis that's just an individual's name that means that individual is the only one responsible for that debt. However, if there was a cosigner that was necessary for the debt that would then obligate the primary person as well as cosigner that make sense, right? Okay. Now, if you're married together, right? And there's a thing called joint debt. So let's say that you're stepfather had a credit card in his name. But at some point he got your mom a card as well. So he added her to the account is that make sense if he added her to the account, and she used that card depending on the type of card if she used at one time, she could be liable for the whole balance. All right. So that means he could have had twenty thousand dollars on this credit card, your mom used the card one time to get some gas that could make are liable for the whole balance. Now, I said could I'm not saying it does. I'm just saying when you're married, and you have joint debt, that's that additional signer card or whatever that's done. It could obligate you. So here's the best step. I would get a Tri merge. Copy of your credit report about Tri merge. I mean, there are three credit repositories out there. There's trans union experience equifax if you get a Tri merge copy. It means it gives you the information from all three because sometimes some debts can be listed on one. That's not on another. So I'm saying that for your mom to make sure that she pulls a copy of her credit report and talk to the stepdad as well. And he can get a copy of his because you wanna review that to make sure that the stuff on there is actually accurate. You wanna make sure that the only thing listed on there stuff that you own or that you on. So the big deal is that if they're married, and they had debt together, they each could be liable for that debt. So it's really important to understand what they have. And where they. Are. And you know, you talk about they have, you know, the individual credit card accounts, or whatever. But she needs to be really really sure what her name is on what she's liable for. We look it up in the one credit card is just in his name on really that's the one in question because he's been good with money. But he's always in the cycle. He gets out of that. But then like three or four years he's back in debt, and then he pays it off. And it just keeps going on. Also, you know what I call that? I call that debt. Remember yoyos back in the day. Maybe just dated myself. But the oh you throw it down and comes back up. And it's crazy that people were put themselves through that. Because it's real simple. Just save up with cash and pay cash like there's. Yeah, there's no sense in paying the interest on it. So how's your mom with money as she good with it? Or is she scared of money as she's much better than he is she has more willpower, and they it's always been a disagreement in their marriage because he a wiper. She's not. So that's why she made him get his own cards because she was sick and tired of paying them off. And then they go back up. So that's got it in his name. I would hate my day would be that they could work together. It's so much easier to make progress when you work together on this money stuff. So I hope they can talk and get connected, and he can see this needs financial peace university needs to get plugged in and understand the reality of this debt stuff that it steals, your joy, it's just not fun. And so again, Alexis talk to your mom maker aware of that makes you get a copy of credit report is you say you have but help her one of the other great things that can help us also with budgeting. It's one of those keys to help you to begin to be able to build wealth. And that's why I really like every dollar. It's the world's best budgeting tool, and it's absolutely free. And so right now is the perfect time for you to be able to get started to create your first budget. Just go to everydollar dot com. You can set up your budget and less than ten minutes. And it also help. You stay on the same page with your spouse. And I want to encourage you to decide that you're going to have the best year ever this year. Make the commitment to get focused and also be more intentional. It starts with the budget. Try every dollar for free again. All you have to do is go to everydollar dot com, and you can get started right now today, it's a great step for you. And it'll definitely empower you. And as always DWI havi Lincoln, the show notes for you for those of you that are watching YouTube channel, you see it. Just click the link below. Okay. Well, it's now time for panicked and pumped this is where I get a chance to coat someone. So you've got someone that is feeling either panta pumped so I want to dive in and I got this one in from Timothy Timothy says I'm twenty four and my parents got out a second mortgage to refinance the forty four thousand parent plus loan that was taken out from my college. I'm making more than the minimum payment every month, but I can't help but to feel bad about. The situation. Police my parents in anything I can do to get this debt in my name. And if so should I the interest rate on the second mortgage is three point five percent. I appreciate your help. Well, Timothy listen. I like that you are aware of the dollars and sense of this at twenty four years old, you mentioned it here that you are making the minimum more than the minimum payments on this. So you're trying to pay it. But a couple of things here number one. You didn't make your parents do this. This is something that they chose to do. I hate that. They took the parent plus loan then securitise that with home by taking out a second mortgage. Now that debt is required to be paid off. So that's the thing. I wish I could go back and prevent them from doing. But you know, your question of is their way for you to get this in your name. No, not with it using real estate as security, meaning the home is now the collateral for this loan, so no with it being secured by real estate. There's no way they're going to undo that. And just now have it be a signature debt, meaning just something you signed for. So the best thing to do is attack and pay this thing off to get out of their lives and get it out of your life as well. And it sounds like you're focused on doing. The main thing would be just, you know, doing your budget being intentional and then have a conversation with them about it. You know, you all team up on this thing to get this thing knocked out is something that can make it go so much faster and everybody will good that they're doing their part to make sure we're attacking this debt. So Timothy, I get it. The main thing is being intentional have the conversation with your parents, make sure you guys all on the same page, and what are you going to do? You know, I like that you're paying on this thing. I love that. You're paying more than minimum payment, but a concerted effort by all three of you will help get this out of your life a whole lot faster. Thank you again. Timothy, and I hope that information helps now to pumped I've got Sunita on and she sent an Email. She goes. When I reflect on how far I've come. I can't believe it as I thought it was impossible to achieve. She said being intentional and around this Facebook group that I call my financial family, while has truly changed my perspective and family tree despite life happening sticking to the program as it works, and hopefully this will be someone else's fuel to keep up the baby steps Sinisa that is absolutely fantastic. This everyday millionaire. Facebook group is an incredible group. They are in their encouraging each other cheering each other on even picking each other up as people are walking through two times. And I love the fact that's called it her financial family because you know, some of us we don't have a big extended family or some people out there may not have any at all. And so being able to be connected and supported in community is a big deal. And that's exactly what this group is. And so so Nita I'm so glad to hear that this group is. Supporting you in that way, and you are looking forward and understanding what it is that you're chasing down. And again, you know, for those of you that are out there that want to get connected and be a part of a community or a group. I won't encourage you to go over to my Facebook page. Go to Facebook dot com slash Chris HOGAN, three sixty and click on the group section and join Hogan's everyday millionaires. This is a group. That's in there. They're encouraging each other. And I'm telling you all ages all locations all around the country. This is a group of focus people that are trying to make things happen. So again, one encourage you to plug in and don't go at the stuff alone. It's very important to encouraging to have the right people around you. All right. I've got Kyle on the line. Kyle is calling in from Oregon Cal. How are you? Outstanding get money, sir. Thank you for taking my call. Yes. Absolutely. It's a pleasure talk with you. How can I help you my friend? Well, my situation is a firefighter and I have to one hundred create. Employees. Okay. And I hope to I have been hearing damage one of my job. I'm also the national guard during the point, and I had some some hearing loss that might make two are not able to work until I'm sixty like plan judge I can retire earliest fifty three. And when I was reading your book for inspired. I read that you can't withdraw from your flow three d until you're fifty nine and a half and done up. The red flag to me my wife. I have saved. I'm thirty five have a hundred and twenty thousand or so safe retirement right now, and we're in step two hundred program in January. We got about six months left, and we'll be out of step two. But I was wondering what I should do to bridge that gap between fifty three and fifty nine if I should just try to plan on make it to sixty and and take the drawl penalties. I have to retire early. Or if there was better. Plan in that. Okay. Or, you know, not a brokerage account. And that way. That's right. You're okay. Very good. Kyle how much do you guys have leftover? We have eighteen thousand on my wife's car eight thousand. Okay. Very good. And you said you guys gonna attack that here's soon. Right. Well, we've been attacking our debt pretty heavily. Yep. Six day. Okay. Fantastic. I love the timeframe on that. Because that tells me that you're already thinking ahead, and you know, what it's going to take. But in talking about, you know, same for retirement. This mindset, I love that. You're thinking about this at thirty five years old. But the big thing is yes as you're trying to access money that are in retirement accounts, fifty nine and a half is where you can do that without penalty. But actually in my book everyday millionaires. I talk about the bridge account for people that are looking to retire early. The things to be able to do. And so I love that you're focused, and you're in that mindset. So here's what I'm going to tell you to do right now. You don't know, you're absolutely right with a physical and being a firefighter. What's going to happen moving forward? So that's why we want to take advantage of opportunities that we have right now. So I want to encourage you attack the debt get that out of your life. Like, you said in the next six months, go to baby step three build up that fully-funded emergency fund and have a cushion. Right. That'll help you become then I wanted to invest fifteen percent of your household income as you're investing that fifteen percent. I also want to be mindful you've got four kids. So you're gonna start to save for college. But I want you to also pay extra throw everything at the house. Now, here's why average millionaires pay off the home in just under eleven years. So with this mindset you being focused and intentional. Imagine you now being able to pay off the home. Let's say you're right now, you're thirty five years old eleven years. It puts you at forty six. Right. And so you have the house paid off. So you now the mortgage payment is freed up while you're already investing fifteen percent into retirement. Now what you can do is use eighty ninety percent of that mortgage payment to. Start to put toward the bridge account. That's something you could open up an investment growth stock mutual funds and be able to stick that money in there and let that just keep growing and growing for you month in month out. So the goal is mindset you've got this other fund that's growing outside of retirement that'll be your bridge account. But you also have money growing inside retirement to be able to grow for you all that to say is we're kind of putting the cart before the horse. I like that you're thinking ahead. But the main thing is going to be to sit down and attack and to make sure that we're doing what's necessary right now to put yourself in position. So stay focus attack your debt and build up your urgency fund. And now it will put you on pace to continue with your baby steps investing fifteen percent saving for college. And then attack and pay off the house. So that's the game plan. That's the direction I'd love for you to stay focused on. And again, it's good to think out loud and dream ahead. But we gotta dig in right where we are to make sure removing forward. So thank you again for your call, my friend. Great to talk with you. How many of you out there? And again as if I could get you to raise your hand. And I can see you right. But a lot of people out there always believed that millionaires had to go to some fancy Ivy league school that they got some high dollar high falutin education, which is what put them on the path to become a millionaire. Well, I'm about to drop some wisdom because I want you to know the truth. Here's the deal sixty two percent of billionaires graduated from public state schools. Sixty two percent went to public state school. Get this eight percent went to a community college. Oh, oh community college. And then taking the step further. Nine percent didn't graduate from college. At all. Now, what I'm talking to you about we did the largest research that has ever been done millionaires and walk through and got to find out about them from all across the country and. This is the result. Sixty two percent of the millions that we talked to went to public state school. Okay. Graduated from public state school wherever university. Right. That's where they went eight percent went to community college and nine percent didn't graduate college. At all the bottom line is this education is a good thing. Student loans. Not so good. Okay. Not. So good ninety percent of them never took out student loans of these millionaires. So they were paying cash for college being intentional and staying focused. So the reality is this. You don't have to go to some high falutin fancy super expensive school to put yourself on the path to be a millionaire. That's just not true. You've got an opportunity based on being intentional with your money right being focused in consistently investing being goal oriented and working hard. That's the thing. That's the thing that will put you on that path. So it's. Important for us to really dig into this and understand it. Because if we have this mindset, the Nell, we're somehow justifying taken out to three hundred thousand dollars in student loan debt thinking that it gives us an advantage of puts us on a path. Well, taken out two to three hundred thousand dollars in student loan debt, put you on a path to be in debt a big big dollar amount. And that's not a path that we want. And so a lot of young people again, they don't know better. They're just thinking out loud, and they're thinking and parents out there to are thinking I want my kid to really do well in life, I need to make sure that I plug him into XYZ school. Well, I think it's more about the skill set and the mindset than it is where your book set. And I mean, it's not about the school that you go to it's a matter of the individual and their learning. Now, don't get me wrong. I'm not against higher education. I got a few degrees myself. But I think it's really understanding. What's it gonna do for you? How's it going to help you as you forward? But the main thing to understand is that. Education is not a prerequisite for becoming a millionaire. It's not a not at all. And so it's really important for us to understand going to that public state school is a way to get a higher education as you pay cash as you go or you scholarships and grants to be able to get there. But we don't wanna take on forty fifty or one hundred thousand dollars in student loan debt to be in debt for fifteen years. That's not the direction to go. And so the did, you know, it's fact is dig in to over ten thousand million that we talked to to give people the truth. Sixty two percent of the millionaires graduated from public state school eight percent, attended a community college and nine percent. Never graduated from college at all. It's a matter of your work ethic and your focus, right. And it's what you do again VIP's. I'd love to hear from you. If you've got a question, or you've got a comment or a success story that you wanna share give us a call the number to call eight four four two eight three nine three eight three again that number to call is eight four four two eight three nine three eight three or you can Email us. The addresses ask at Chris HOGAN, three sixty dot com. Would love to be able to hear from you. And to just hear your success story a question now, if you're watching from my website, you can also click on the show and you'll see an ask HOGAN question button, right there below the video so just click on that hit the button, and then you could submit it, and then we'll be able to receive that. So little new feature, and there that I'm very very excited about okay, I'm going to Florida now here on the line got an from Sarasota. And how are you very good? Very good. Well, good to speak to you. How can I help you today? Well, I have a base say she question. Okay. My husband, and I been doing our best. She worked baby step and baby step Chee trying to pay off all the non mortgage debt. Good good, and they have dollars minimum payments every month. And it just seems like life thing happening too. To the chain of more than ourselves dollar baby merchants fund, which is we feel like we're going backwards. But we have a an annuity where about thirty five thousand in non mortgage debt, and we have an annuity of just that much that we've been told that we can take now, and we're debating the wisdom of taking that and paying off the non mortgage debt to me this, and what is the non mortgage debt that you all have. Well, see we have about. Twenty eight hundred on a van and fourteen thousand wheel to my father in law for that. We have from him to replace the roof and feeling and then about seventeen thousand in credit card debt, how many credit cards four and so seventeen thousand four credit cards. All right. So you guys right now. I mean credit cards are supplementing your lifestyle right now. They're on a monthly they interpreting that because they're what catches the big car repairs and medical bills like that. Okay. All right. And this van how much is the van payment. You say you twenty eight hundred on it and vamp team in his one hundred seventy three and the money you out to the father in law, the fourteen thousand have you all paid anything back or is that the total amount left? We're paying a little over two hundred ten and so you've got this money the money that you have in the. Annuity where did that come from king? Former job my husband had about ten years ago when he left that job he will with over into this. And they would be okay. Okay. All right. So initially this money was intended for retirement. Correct. Okay. All right. And tell me this how much other do you have other money saved for retirement actually, have about fifty thousand addition to that? Okay. All right and tell me again your ages. I'm fifty one my husband is forty seven. Okay. So your question is should you pull money from this annuity to attack that debt, right? And looking at what you have. And as far as the van, you know, a big chunk of this money owed to the father in law, and you've got seventeen thousand credit card this money right now in the newly do, you know, what type of annuity? It's in. Okay. It's okay. The bottom line of this is you know, this is retirement funds. This is money that was rolled over from four one K. And so this money was intended for your retirement dream now if you had money that was non retirement that was sitting there then that'd be another ballgame. But based on where you all are at fifty one and forty seven the bottom line is I want you to find out when this annuity matures, and we've got to get this thing growing for you that money needs to be investing in gross stock mutual funds. Not just sitting there in an annuity. Not really getting any growth for you. At all inflation is going to beat this thing to death. It's not going to grow and help you to be able to, you know, have money for your dreams later based on your debt with where you all are. It's going to be a matter of tighten up the budget and really looking at and how to bring in extra income maybe selling some stuff that's sitting around there and really being more intentional. And this is something you can do this is something you can attack. But again, you guys are gonna. You have to see it for what it is. And as you get these credit card, you gotta cut these things up. We gotta shut this down. Because all it's doing is putting you further and further in a hole and causing you to feel this stress and the strain, and I want you to be able to focus on going forward by digging yourself out. So union husband, sit down have a conversation. Get on the same page decide that you're going to be super intentional. You guys are going to do this thing. We're gonna pay these things off and shut them down and get him out of your life. And I know you can do it is just a matter of making a decision. So thank you so much for your call today. Definitely. Appreciate you. All right. It's now time for today's burning question. This is the questions that we take from the Facebook group, the everyday millionaires that are all in their cheering each other on incredible community people encouraging each other. But every once in a while there are some questions that keep popping up, especially as we have new people plug in. And we've got people that have been there while but people have a question, I wanna make sure I'm. Giving a shout out to that everyday millionaire Facebook group, but also taking the question. So here's today's question. It is how do you do baby steps four through six in order. Well, this is a great question and very important as we get new VIP's plugged in to the community the baby steps, this is essentially the information that we teach people all around the country to help them be able to take control of their money. Well, baby step number one is getting thousand dollars saved baby. Step number two is where you attack your debt using the debt snowball. You wanna list your debts out? Smallest the biggest right? Make minimum payments on all the debts except for the smallest one with that. When you wanna throw every extra time you have at it. Then once you get yourself out of debt now you wanna move to baby step number three where you build up a fully funded emergency fund of three to six months of expenses. This is where you have money set aside, and if life were to happen, you're prepared up with baby steps one two and three you're doing those one at a time by because we can get distracted when we. Focus on one thing. We can get one thing done. But once you get to baby step four baby steps four five and six are done at the same time. So you've earned the ability to be able to achieve and do multiple things now by doing baby steps one two and three. So the question was how do you do those an order? Well, remember baby step four is where we talk about investing fifteen percent of your household income for retirement. This is where you're saving for your dreams. So that's even through a four one K or four three b Roth IRA's or IRAs. So we're investing that fifteen percent. Okay. Now what we're going to do is looking at baby step number five. That's if you've got kids where you're saving for college. Again. Whether you're looking at it -education savings account and ESA or a five twenty nine that allows you to save for college. Not the state directed five two hundred nine to five twenty nine that you're in control of that allows you to pick the mutual funds. So again, fifteen percent is going towards your dream. Mm-hmm. Then you're saving for college. And then baby step six is where you're paying extra to attack and pay off the house. So how do you do those an order? Well, you would walk straight through the fifteen percent and baby step number four. Then based on the number of kids that you have how much you're saving up for them. Whether that's two to three hundred dollars a month and then paying extra on the house. And so for me, it is really looking and understanding that extra like once you're saving for college. And now the extra money as you throw it toward the house. You're just going straight down through and it's almost like a funnel approach. Right. That you know, if you had extra thousand dollars, then you're looking and I'm investing fifteen percent of that. Right. That's coming out. And then I've got the extra thousand that. Now, I'm going to be splitting up, and maybe you've got five hundred going toward college savings, and you've got five hundred that you're using to pay extra on the house. The main thing is being able to move yourself down through that. And you're just following all the way through and so that's. How you do it? So today's burning question, how do you do baby steps four through six in order. We just walked through that again. I wanna thank the Facebook group, everyday millionaire Facebook group for taking the time to be able to you know, let us grab that question and be able to see it because I'm sure other people have the question as well. So had you ever done something stupid with money? Maybe you bought a car that you didn't need with money that you didn't have or maybe you're relying on credit cards to cover emergencies instead of cash. Well, I've definitely done my share stupid. There's no doubt about that. And that's one of the reasons why I get so passionate about being able to help other people because I want them to avoid the bad decisions. I want them to avoid doing things that are going to hold them back instead of helping them to be able to fast forward to live the life of their dreams. That's why our team created financial peace university. It's a proven plan. Now, you need to hear this and understand. It's a plan that's helped over five million people. Right. Get out of debt. And get on the path to building wealth. Okay. Five million people? That's how small number and that's not an accident. At means. It's a plan that actually works. And so it doesn't matter. What mistakes you've made in the past. What you may have done that you think is still holding you back. I'm gonna tell you something if you follow this plan and do the stuff that we teach it works every single time without fail. It works. If you work it, and it won't just change your money. My friends it can also change your life. So to find a group near you. I want you to go to financial peace dot com. Again, financial peace dot com. It will allow you to get plugged in find out. A course that's near you. Find out where people are and get plugged in. And I'm telling you people are fired up in these groups people are so pumped because they're learning what they should have known years ago. But they're also being empowered. They're taking control of their situation and move themselves forward. So it's absolutely fantastic. So I want you to get plugged in. And I want you to start to take. Back control. And as always DWI havi Lincoln, the show notes for your for those of you that are watching YouTube channel, you see it. Just click the link below bottom line, you do that. It's going to have you right there. Well, I was doing my research and had an opportunity to run across an article the article is entitled young women have to play catch up in retirement savings. Again. This is the title young women have to play catch up in retirement savings this article comes from the New York Times, and it was based on a study done by age wave and Merrill. Lynch of women of all ages, and it was talking about it was wanted to find out what they felt about money and how they viewed it but get a load of this this that sixty one percent of women sixty one percent would rather talk about their own death than money. Are you serious? Okay. Listen, let me read it again. Sixty one percent of women would rather talk about their own death than money, that's mind blowing. Right. That tells you that this is something that people are fearful over that. They don't understand how it works. Not sure what step to take. And so it actually has been paralyzed. It actually has them mentally wanting to avoid it all the way around. I mean that to me is mind blowing because number one we all know women tend to outlive men, and so they need money they need to learn how money works. Here was another staff that blew me away. It said women's seventy five to seventy nine or three times more likely to fall below the poverty level, then men the same age, and this was according to a report from the National Institute on retirement security. My mind was just blown with this. And you know. The bottom line is this as we all know women are caretakers for family as well as children. And again, I'm not saying that's all they do 'cause they work as well as caretake. But the bottom line is understanding retirements and opportunity for them as well. I mean, it's really important. And so I wanna empower all people and today, I'm specially talking to the women out there that I don't want you to wait around for family or friends. I don't want you to wait until you've got a question that time to start talking about retirement, and understanding those things all the components four one ks the four threes, the Roth IRA's those things are something that need to be talked about right now. Remember, I don't want you to wait on friends family. This is about you. This is about you being empowered to help yourself, and I want you to hear me retirements, not old people think it's a smart people thing, and it's a matter of taking steps to be able to put yourself in the right position. So ladies out there women you need a plan. It's never too early to get started. And it's absolutely never to. To make some changes. But we've got it put our dreams and action by taking steps and understanding what it is we want. But I want you to also this be crystal clear on what it is you don't want. And what I mean is you don't wanna fall below the poverty line. You don't wanna be one of those people that scared to have a conversation about it. And so I want you to talk get questions get information. I want you to learn to be a money boss by starting to budget. I want you to get yourself out of debt. If you've got it and not only when you pay it off. I want you to shut down that credit card, and then cut it up cut it up shut it down get that thing out of your life. But then we also have to make saving priority building up having that fully funded emergency funds or gives you some cushion. But then starting to invest as well, it's very very important. If we don't save an invest, ladies, you're not gonna have any money to spend later. So it's really important that we think like a farmer, and we grow our money. And you know, how you grow your money, you have time and compound interest hang out with your money, and it can grow. So again, this that was star. Selling sixty one percent of women would rather talk about their own death than money. This is something that has to change. And so for all you ladies out there and women that are listening. Thank you for tuning in. I want you to make sure you're talking to your girlfriends, let them know about money share with him this show talk with him about other resources that are available out there because we have to grow our knowledge. And I want you to make sure you're talking to your moms, and your grandmoms and your aunts out there to make sure they understand, and we can get rid of this fear. Right. Because when people have knowledge they don't have to be fearful they can fill in powered. And when people feel empowered they can take the right kinds of steps in the right kinds of direction. So VIP's will make sure that we have a link to this article in the show notes DWI have that there for you for those of you that are watching on the YouTube channel you can just click on the Lincoln. It'll get you right there. Again. The title of the article was young women have to play catch up in retirement savings, and this was an article that came from the New York Times. So I want all people out there. Whether. Male or female to know your goals, but also know your plan, and I think when we have a plan we can get to where we're trying to go. All right peas, if you've got a question or you've got a success story. I wanna hear from you. The number to call is eight four four two eight three nine three eight three again that's eight four four two eight three nine three eight three or you can send us an Email. The Email address has asked at Chris HOGAN, three sixty dot com. Again that Email addresses ask at Chris HOGAN, three six dot com. I gotta get back to the phone this time, I'm going all the way up to Berta Canada. I've got vast the on the phone Bassey. How are you? I'm blessed to be stressed. How are you? I liked that my friend. So I understand you have had some success here in the last little bit. Oh, yeah. We had a lot of success are sorry actually starts father back. I grew up as a missionary kid on the field mission field of mania a while. And so their family, then went to bible college, graduated married. My life there long story came to Canada in two thousand twelve and we fell for the midst of you got to have a car payment. You gotta have credit cards to build your credit score. So you can buy a house and we woke up about five years later with about fifty thousand dollars in debt. And what happened was I took over the pastor of church here in Florida, and we decided that as pastor and leader disturbed. We don't want to lead people down that same the debt foundation Ramsey got on told me makeover edit about four or five times, and we got on fire as soon as we started that plan. Murphy moved in. And so we started in September two thousand seventeen and then what just one after another October came and my wife had a miscarriage. Oh, and it hit us pretty hard. It was going to be a second child. And we got through that for a little bit. We came to February and another miscarriage and really hit us really hard that time as two hundred thinking. Okay, we just going to give up or what? Right. And in the meantime, you know, we're paying off debt, but we're not focusing on it word, we're focusing on on just recovery emotionally in that and much comes. I get a car crash and total the car, and I was okay. If bad to go to car back, maybe once I guess, and but we got we got a good settlement on the car and continue down our journey recovering emotionally paying off that and then come June. We find out three year old has cancer. Get lymphoma, which is a non Hodgkin's. And so that I think that hit the most hardest, and then, you know, we maybe on colleges we got through that surgery had made his of Sloan test removed then to round the chemo later, he's in remission. Now, we praise out for that. Absolutely. Yeah. His his hair starting to grow back now. But he's he's full of energy and life, and we just thank God for him next to keep him here. So we got through that we got through the summer, and you know, started to refocus of good news coming. He's he's over the canton of that. So got to be focusing more on. Let's take a look at how much we paid off. And at this. How long take people get out of that. So instead of looking into our reporting bills that we find out we paid off thirty two thousand dollars in the meantime, while so we started out panic, but now. You all have walked through some trying times. There's no doubt. And that's the I tell you this as a here you talk. There's something in you. That is absolutely laser focused. You know, even in Walkin through those challenges that don't hear fear in your voice. I hear this rock-solid person that understands what he's doing wise doing it. And I gotta tell you something. That's contagious. What you hear his life can throw punches, but you didn't get knocked down. And if you did get knocked down, my friend, you didn't stay down. And I think that's a strong testament to you and your faith and sell because you know, the bible says adjustments all seven time to get back up again and our faith. Our faith in God. And he's he's gonna get through. And that's really what kept us going because, you know, without God's process, we would've lost hope the probably gone into depression. Now. You're absolutely right. My friend. Listen, I want you to know. I'm proud of you my prayers go out to you and your wife as well as your son, and I'll be praying for his health that he continues to get better. But also, I appreciate you calling in you being willing to walk through and talk through kind of some of those challenges, you will encourage some other people ASI, you a hub other people to realize what they can do what opportunities are in front of them. And I'm grateful for you. And I'm proud of you that despite those challenges you all got focused, and you attack debt paying off thirty two thousand dollars in debt as you move forward. So very very proud. Okay. Back on the phone. I got Austin down in Georgia Austin. How are you? Hey, Chris unfocused and not finish. How I liked that. This is VIP. Align. How can I help you? Yes. So my wife is twenty three and I'm twenty five or debt free, and we have a fully funded emergency fund. We're currently renting and saving for a house. And we only max out our 4._0._1._K raw 4._0._1._K's and Roth IRA totalling about forty eight thousand this year. Okay. Share what the increased contribution limits that'll be fifty thousand dollars retirement. This is more than the suggested fifteen percent of our income. And it's obviously a trade off to saving for house with my logic being that the increased amount of target funding being so young now will multiply by the time, I need it. Even if it means saving for house a few years longer. So my question the U is is Maxine out both the 4._0._1._K's raw 4._0._1._K's Roth IRA's a bad idea as a trade off to slowest house. Great question, again, tell me again, how old are you? I'm twenty five and my wife's twenty three. Okay. Now first of all for dive into. Your question. I need to know. Okay. Where did you get your money knowledge? I started listening to Dave about two years ago. Hurt my parents mentioned his name. Okay. Going up here and there, but really didn't get laser focused in on the Dave Ramsey plan except for like a year or two ago. Okay. Well, that's fantastic, buddy. Because I talked to people they tell me all millennials. They're not focused. They're not, you know. And I tell them about people like you that are drilled in. And you know, exactly what it is. You're trying to do. And why I think it's absolutely a good thing to be maxing out your four one case, and you're all four one ks and Roth IRA's, but I do know this in looking at it into your age your stage of what you're trying to do. It's really going to boil down to winter. You all thinking about buying a home like how far out is this for you? All do you have kids yet? Or is it just the two of you right right now. It's just the two kids there on the future. Horizon. No time soon on so we don't have kids. And so I would say a house. That's kind of thing. We don't really have a time line on it five years seven years with really not locked in on time. Okay. Good. I'll send Hello. Have you been married about a year and a half? Okay. Like, you said the house could be five years or seven years. The main thing is to really talk about that you and your wife sit down, and we all know about best made plans, right? Some things can get shifted. But I like the fact that you guys are at least talking about this stuff. And you have an idea of what it is. You're trying to accomplish. I would say this. If you're, you know, five years out, the main thing would be let's make sure we're intentionally saving dollar amount toward this down payment. Minimum ten percent. I'd prefer you to go in with twenty percent. So that would be the ideal way for you to be able to have this money set aside. So you can you know, be able to keep living, but also saving toward a home. So one of the other things you could do you guys are maxing out right now. But you could back. Down the investing to the fifteen percent to help you fast forward and get more money saved up for the down payment. But the main thing all you've out there listening is understanding that you don't have to buy a home. Right. I mean, the homeownership is something I want you to do. But I don't want you to feel like renting a terrible thing. Renting allows you to be able to save up. So you can buy a home the right way later on. So it's okay to do that for a little while. I don't want people rushing out to hurry up to try to buy a home, and then they take on more debt than they need to soon. I know, you know, this all ready, but I'm going to remind you the maxim out, I won't you to get when you look about home in a mortgage fifteen year fixed rate be intentional with that. You've that are out there listening if you have a thirty year mortgage right now, I want you to go talk to your mortgage carrier. Get a refinance getting that thing at fifteen year fixed rate again the goal is the not just by home. The goal is to own that bad boy. So we can make sure that we attack. Check it pay it off and make sure that we've got a game plan. And so that's the key. That's the important thing to do. So all right, listen, I'm gonna talk real quick told you about the Facebook group, everyday millionaire Facebook group, this group that's available for community for those of you that are out there. And you need a little extra motivation won't a little bit more of a jolt to help you get focused. I want you to go to my Facebook page. Go to Facebook dot com slash Chris HOGAN, three sixty click on the group section there and join Hogan's everyday millionaires. And I'm going to take a quick question from the group here real quick. It's from Sean Sean says what's the best way to invest on top of Roth. I'm self employed in all ready, max out my Roth. But curious what I could do pass that. Well, I want to tell you real quick for those of you that are self employed when you can pull this back and listen to it again, if you hear it and jot down, but I'm gonna tell you they're five things you can do if you're self employed. You can do the traditional of the Roth IRA you can do a simplified employee pension IRA or a set is. IRA? You can also do a simple IRA or you can do an individual or solo 4._0._1._K as well as the back door IRA. Now just recently the last episode I was talking about the back door IRA. So that's something that's bailable. So if you're self employed real quick, you can do a traditional Roth IRA, you can do the set IRA the simple IRA the individual or solo 4._0._1._K or a back door, I irate eight. So there are ways that you can do that to put money aside. Sean, I predate your question, you wanna make sure that you're reading through and understanding kind of the different nuances, a Smartvestor pro can walk you through that and help you to detail it and understand kind of limits what you can do and based on the type of company that you have. So there are some options out there for you to be able to invest and save on top of Wichita with the Roth as well as being able to invest in Utah funds outside of retirement, that's an option as well. So VIP's, we're not limited. We've got options and we've got up -tunities. It's a matter of grab at the right kind of tools and making sure we're doing what's necessary to help ourselves be able to win. So that's the crucial part. And it's most important. Well, listen, I want to thank all the callers every single one of you for calling in I want to thank my everyday millionaire Facebook group, one of Amanda, my call screener or wanna think Bobby Mario dude as well as DWI producer? And so listen to me until next time don't make excuses make progress. Before I let you go. Here's a highlight. From our episode next week what your net worth. Two million seven or eight years ago, you've been millionaires a long time. What did you do to get their couple important things? No, we sing with debt living early driving twenty year old vehicles. Least you have newer cars. Now, if you enjoyed this program, we Ramsey solutions have other podcasts you may enjoy as well like the entree leadership podcast with Ken Coleman folks can Coleman here with the entree leadership podcast. We are a community of leaders via leaders four leaders committed to bringing you practical ways to grow yourself your team and your profits every week through world-class interviews, we bring you access to bestselling authors. Ceo's thought leaders coaches and more to help you with your life and your business. You can start your journey and entreleadership dot com slash podcast, or you can check us out at entree leadership on all social media, YouTube and IT.

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WKPWP - Thursday Flagship - Keller & Powell talk Drew-Orton, Keith Lee-Kross, Moxley-MJF, Impact Wrestling's "Wrestling House," more

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

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WKPWP - Thursday Flagship - Keller & Powell talk Drew-Orton, Keith Lee-Kross, Moxley-MJF, Impact Wrestling's "Wrestling House," more

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What they're doing a Dexter Lewis surprised by the Finnish and a lot of people that Timothy Thatcher as their pick. What do you think of Dexter Lewis. Getting what I think would be on the higher end of what people would have expected us a few months ago in terms of a push and TV time. I'm underwhelmed I see him as a heel I. I'm I was open mic. Okay. Let's see how this goes and and maybe they can make this work as a baby it's been. Okay. Hey. At Best I. Just put him in the match in some other way I. Guess. I wouldn't have an issue with it. I think he's at about that level or North American championship know getting a shot feels fine. But he's admitted Timothy Thatcher. The Guy who ran matt riddle from an x t to smackdown they they've been featuring in these vignettes. This seems to be getting there has been mauling only lurking in good match I. I didn't get that I really don't understand. I was looking for to Timothy Timothy Thatcher in the ladder match refusing to climb a ladder because it doesn't have anything to do with his wrestling style. And just losing out of principle. I I'll say this. I. Am higher on Dexter Lewis in you're for sure I. Like him as baby face and I like just push but. I'm not saying that he would be my pick above others. I'm just saying I don't wash this going. Oh. My God what are they thinking? This is crazy because I think he's he's an interesting character. I think he plays a part really well I got a kick on. I think it was last week show where it's just like when he like does anything semi normal the fast speed the ring it's like it's sort of like orange cassidy you're like, Whoa? Oh. Wow. Okay. He doesn't just move this kind of slow pace and what I what I'm. But I don't have a high confidence interval in terms of endorsing it as much as I'm sort. Of amused by him and I think as a baby face messing with the heads of heels being so weird and creepy and sorta like dust. You know the idea was always messing with people's heads. He's weird but he's amplifying it because it's to his advantage. I'm for that and I think he's fun and I'm not I don't think I'm not against out you know kind of outlandish or outlier personalities a wrestling show I mean that's what what makes wrestling tick is not having a bunch of with all due respect roderick strong bunch of Roderick strong and Eddie Edward Types. Honor like that. Well, I was just GonNa. Say like there was a stretch of time a ring of it's just like it was a bunch of people who the mom the MOMS could tell the difference between them. But the average person on the street would be like mistaking them like Marco Rubio mistaken black black politicians for one another. You know were just sort of interchangeable in their own in people's minds so Distinctive you know now this but my the recent I don't have a high confidence interval is one his characters really out there but number two, there's no crowd feedback and I bring him up. I in today's show because. I'm curious. How different pushes of wrestlers would be. If there were crowds responding. the moment with Debbie Allen dive in off the tunnel last night on Awa dynamite and I was like Oh. That's that's the moment moments like that I think. Crowd pop like I just that's where I. Miss It. A match going on it's like watching a baseball game or there's the home of the crowd that they add. It's like Lose myself in the moment it's like you know it'd be weird in an NHL game. When welcome to the jungle playing before the puck drop on game seven in overtime when there's a power play in not having a criminal crazy that jumps out baseball game someone at Bat. It's you know two and one count. You're not really thinking about the lack of crowd. So with wrestling a lot of the time, I'm sort of in that baseball mode. But when Darby Allen does that leap I'm in hockey overtime powerplay boat like. The crowd pop same thing for when Orange Cassidy does something against Chris Jericho I'm like not only do I miss a crop. I want to see what the crop was in with Dexter loomis. In Orange Cassidy I keep bringing up because I think he's kind of they're very different but there's similarities in in that they are so distinct in the ring salad in the way they're presented. We just don't know how over either of them would be I know for March Cassidy. Pre late March he was over with extra lummus. I saw a house show. Was that earlier this year I guess last February and he was a heel and he was creepy and it was kind of weird had weird vibe but it felt like a mid card gimmick it wasn't really going to go much further I'm curious fans would be embracing him in a big way as a baby face. Or if it would just be dead silent and they would have to abandon it, and wwe doesn't get that that haptic feedback that help steer them. So it's left to sort of us to speculate if it's good or bad or look at minute by minute ratings, and then the final thing before throaty if your thoughts on this general. Some things in wrestling can work even if it won't listen a big crowd response and so I think some wrestlers might get a chance who deserve a chance even if would not in front of a live crowd, create a lot of energy because they're intriguing to watch on television do their thing. But the push would be cancelled or adjusted if there weren't wasn't crowd he and I wonder with Dexter maybe there won't be huge crowd heat from his baby face but maybe there would be when he speeds up and hits a series of moves are making a comeback I don't either way. But without the crowd you can sort of get away with pushing someone who went to surly get a crowd response if they're sort of like Oh man this guy's creepy but I need to watch. So I don't I, don't have confidence interval on whether they should be pushing this hard. But I'm on a personal level. I enjoy his act as a baby face messing with heels and I liked that his ring seems to be evolving a bit. So anyway over to you on on any of that. I agree with pretty much new shed I am enjoying the character even though again I looked at and thought, oh, he'll, and because that's how he was introduced to. But there is some fun and him being a baby I think for me the biggest issue isn't with him as much as it is too wide you sacrifice Timothy Thatcher for this. You could've put anyone else in the matching and accomplish the same thing. Maybe there will be something storyline wise where it will make sense but that that was my bigger issue. I do know that loomis had a big drop in viewership last week for his match against killing Dan the people have pointed to, and I've been quick to point out. Killian has been defined down so much that. You know it's it's one week for one thing and also he's in there were killing Dan who just if he's in there with a wrestler certain level, you know he's going to lose and so it really was there was nothing really intriguing about it So yeah, I always on W. opposite of that too I don't remember. Yeah. That's always interesting and the other thing I want to just say stipulate kind of stipulate to this I think there's an. Over simplification of audience drop analysis out there because if you look at minute by minutes that that is important but if an audience is if you're not accounting and a quarter hour if you're looking at quarter numbers, if you're not accounting for how many commercial breaks over the quarter hour in your averaging the viewership, if there's seven minutes of commercials in one quarter and there's only a half a commercial break for two minutes in the previous quarter our. The way the viewership works on quarter hours as they average every single minute. And when it commercials on, they lose a lot of yours. So if you have seven minutes of reduce viewership and then eight minutes of normal viewership. In one quarter and you have thirty minutes normal viewership in one quarter in two minutes of reduced viewership, and you average those two quarter hours. Just as many people are watching a wrestling match when there's eight minutes content versus thirteen but the average quarter hour gets pulled way down when you average in the commercial minutes and so if that's not accounted for, you can end up with a very distorted view of who isn't isn't retaining viewers. So that's to look at minute by minutes not just quarter our numbers and second of all, you gotta look at what's on the other channel because if there's a big match on the other channel and they haven't got commercials that quarter hour. That can change drastically. The perception of whether somebody is over pursue is perceived to be over or not. and. Is this and then like you said, is who Sarah opponent so to me like just purely looking at a drop off in numbers well, I, do it. And I think it's important piece of information it should never stand alone. And I think that goes even back to the Monday night war. When there Oh this segment lost two, hundred, thousand viewers, people take it as Gospel. That that happened it's like well, no, it didn't the actual content or the same viewership, but there was a commercial. There are two commercial breaks, pull the average down and made it look a lot worse so I'm not saying that's the case with Dexter. Necessary. Excited look at the minute by minutes for that match. But I just put an asterisk next to that analysis when you hear it because I hear some people just sort of take that as face value without thinking about the new. You know. that. So. Dexter Lewis, and Brunson read in the ladder match I thought last week's Bronson read performance was eye opening for me I. I looked at differently that. I yeah. He's been very impressive when they've given an opportunity to be more than the fall guy at a match and last week I mean let's keep them in there with roddy strong and Johnny Gargano can make pretty much everybody look good but I thought he really held up as well and I thought last night the profile piece they did on him. Made me look at him differently too because he goes by the name of thick boy which is sounds about as frat boy as it can get and he's at that age were okay is he's just you know what he is he's just Basically. WOULD BE FRAT boy. No I mean the guy's married and just it was very down to earth and I mean the the character profile piece I thought was really effective. It just made me look at him differently now kind of have a better understanding of who he is. So what is what is he talking about extra but the I like the North American title being a Secondary Title I'm by the way I'm aws doing with the t anti with cody because it's So. Different. Even though I was against cody winning the champ because I thought it should be somebody like Darby or kept saving secondary somebody who would really get a boost from it but cody is doing something very different than Jon Moxley doing with his title it feels cody has feels like a TV title being defended by somebody who who has a chip on a shoulder and wants to prove to triple h and Vince McMahon and a lot of quote. The doubters on the Internet. That he can go out there and have good matches and help elevate other people and not be the typical son of a promoter x slash executive vice president who's all about himself, and so I get the kind of the machines on storyline way and in a real life way, and I'm on board of that but to me the North American title. Should be utilized to help elevate somebody who can get a boost from it who they believe in and I think that happened with Keith Lee. And I think he's better off having been North American champion. Now that he's a champion and so I liked idea so. What do you think they're setting up though in terms of the final lineup? Who would you add to that match and then are you with what you just said about Brunson read? Do you think he might be someone worth giving a bell two or you're more intrigued probably not by Dexter Loomis north-american champion and just play that out and see where it goes and then who is that WHO's another candidate who hasn't officially qualified yet that you think should be considered a top candidate Oh man you're thrown at me there, I loomis wanted okay. I wouldn't be heartbroken or anything Bronson rate. I. Think the thing that works against him. Is. He's a big man who does a lot of power moves and if they're if they keep the title on Keith Lee. Two big men doing power moves in they're both your champion I. Don't know there may be too many similarities there. So that may work against him of keithly is going to drop his title to carry on Cross Okay I could see him read. As who else belongs in that mix. I do think we'll see. I think WBZ's going overboard with this second chance last chance qualifier stuff that they do it. It's it's different now like at first, it was like, okay I thought they were GonNa do a tournament for this by doing these three qualifiers. Having you can at least a matches matter which has been the benefit of all these tournaments we've had during the pandemic is just giving a little extra meaning to some television matches. The thing that's missing though is there's no finality to this because they don't tell you until the week before that over by the way every every person you've seen eliminated is giving getting another chance. Maybe they're not doing there's been no indication doing that, but I just think we've seen. Enough of it and wwe Lali that I think the assumption is there and I think people naturally then take the end result a little less seriously like they know somebody's qualified but it doesn't mean that the losers are actually out at I. Think they need to stop that I really think it would be smart to just not just say up front it's once you're out, you're out and of a tournament these days they're not going to be a second chance match. Wore this and so I don't know if there will be I I of soon there will be I still wouldn't be surprised if Thatcher in this I wouldn't be surprised if oh, Johnny Gargano. I don't mind the idea. Of Ridge Holland I haven't seen much of him I know Donald Staffer hidden cleared was not impressed with as an But if he's got anything I, kind of do like the idea of just going younger with this and but I need to see the guy in the ring a better feel for what he brings to the table and whether he's GonNa just be lost in a ladder match, which is another possibility So yeah, I mean if it's my first. Inclination would have been like Johnny, Gargano Damian, priest those types, and actually I I rather would see a peace corps of an unknown. You could certainly put cameron grimes in there. I'd like to see Jake Atlas in there but they don't seem to do much with him. Shane strict one I think they are viewing strickland and Jake, atlases cruiserweights and I. I'd love to see what just get rid of the cruiserweight title and merge it with North American Championship. Santos Escobar is bigger than Adam Cole was as the champion I just don't. They don't do anything with tool five live. There's there's not that big of a difference. It's a rare time with Keith being a true heavyweight more up in the not your heavyweight champion and most promotions I'm outside of maybe wwe roster are cursor whites it. They're just glorified cruiserweight. So I don't really see a benefit in having this championship. I. Almost feel like it brings escobar down a little bit. Oh, that's right. He is a cruiserweight more than it helps anything but. I mean young, just the type of talent that we don't see getting kind of meaningful wins I. IF THEY WANNA make cameron grimes with this I'd be all but he needs to quit playing the just false bravado. He'll. It's a little too. There's a happiness to it. We're just he feels like passed he'll, and I'm ready for him to be a real he'll. Yeah a lot there. To tell them to a Posi- at the table introduce ourselves. We'll get back to annex. Aws Summertime Talk To. 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As you hear, every three weeks on the Thursday flagship is Jason Powell from pro wrestling, dot net and his own pro wrestling boom podcast Jason Welcome back. Always good to be here. We'll talk more about your processing boom podcast and processing dot net website later, but people should book market or. Check check that out check out your website and Search, process and boom to subscribe to your free weekly podcast. You'll detail that later. Like just say. I want to turn the table around you out. You're always said praising podcast I gotta say that the latest edition of the Whig Keller pressing Poe show I don't know what it was. It was the best edition ever. So. I can take that a lot of ways but I'll just assume that you're complementing Jake Barnett and agree is a great co host. I don't know what else you could be getting out I. It was a good show. Jack does hold a job. Yeah. Those extra. Doing great and that's about you tell enjoys it and he's comfortable in that Poe show format. So what that means is I haven't talked a lot about Awa yet for other than VIP members, you've got to hear me. Do a full review of the show last night for around thirty minutes. In thoughts on everything but not VIP members download the random. Blue. Wade Keller shows haven't gotten to hear my extended thoughts on aws so we'll get to that soon. Whatever I? Want to get back to the talk. You mentioned a Damian just sort of in passing like I'm fearful that he's just GonNa win the North American title bet that loomis and read our just sort of you know there to be bodies to take the match elevate them a little bit but ultimately It's just going to be the the stepping stone when you're a small step away from becoming the champion and it feels like Damian priest is on that trajectory. Keith was and it's going to feel sorta like you're. You're the almost co champion. Whoever the whoever the next champ is North American. Champ is almost interchangeable or just a small step away and I'd be more interested to me Damien. Pre should just be fighting for the NFC championship itself given the pussies had. I think a North American run would be a boost boost from I have nothing to gain from it. It's not like Johnny, Gargano who I think has nothing to gain from it. Other than a sense of a new sense of purpose and he he's entertaining and really good in the rings would be good matches, but he's not going to be a big star because of it. So to me, I would rather have. Someone. Else become North American Chiampou hasn't been in that spot before and that's where I'm more intrigued by dextra limits or. Brunson read not against aiming priest, but it sort of feels like a more obvious pick Yeltsin much cameron grimes and I I'm. Wavering on a little bit in terms of. Invest that in him. At this point you know you mentioned the way he kind of comes across. I still can't fully put my finger on it, but it it's sort of a retro. He'll. But I don't think it's a great retro execution of a retro. He'll. It feels a little put on. It feels a little almost patronizing in the over the top way. Way It's it feels like he's. Playing to a one, thousand, nine, hundred. Seventies southern territory audience who are getting all worked up at him being over the top heel and I don't think it's necessarily in step with what the audience is and where the growth potential is I think he's really good in the ring but. I just I don't know that he's a particularly good actor in this role it feels like it's put on and he's acting and so I see him a level below being someone you would put in there with American title situation right now I think he is a. Pest to keithly. I think he's fodder. He's a guy you put out there. He in theory generates he'll eat by being so annoying and then he does a job and then he just SORTA regenerates his mid card heat in past to get or not swashbuckling on TV again. So what's your assessment after I talked a little bit about him and Damian Priest your thoughts and both of them. I. Think you nailed it with grimes and I just keep hoping that there is a flip at this guy can switch on. You know when it comes time to be more than the past he'll because they it's like they're pushing him at something more than that. Right now there we get the occasional teas that they might, and then we get a segment like we did were keithly just destroys him and so for what they're asking him to do is this past he`ll The character the PROMOS FIT it just I feel like he's capable of being more than that and I'm hoping that he has it in him and it was good as he is in the ring. I hope he has it in him as as a talker as a promo to come off like a star rather than this mid card pest he'll a southern MS almost. There's still much talent there. So I would have him I think he is at that level. If Bronson reads at that level, then camera grime certainly is so I I would I would have no problem including him in that mix and then Damian priest I'm with you I probably going before they started doing the qualified well before read one and we kind of got a feel for how this is going to be a little different. We're we'RE GONNA. We're getting some of the the guys that don't get a haven't been featured prominently with read now. Help me out who won Louis mainland has been featured, but it's fairly new to this push. I would have been okay with Prese before that and now I am Kinda like I mean he can be in there as a guy that's in the match but I really yeah I I'm hoping it's not him I'm hoping it is somebody else that that kind of fits that description of whether it's read or Lou Mr just some of the others that we've mentioned as guys that. This can make them. This is in. Like a priest wins. Okay. It's it's expected. But if one of the other guys does like Oh you really do look at them differently like how they have plans for this guy. Need an extra dose of positivity in your wrestling podcasts will come join me out for over in the Progress Paradise Pier Torch Vip as we BOSC on the bright side of wrestling and focus on some of the great matches and chose from around the world. Be It the US, Japan Europe or Mexico. 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You can imagine if there's something going on in somebody's life smaller, but nevertheless, they aired on x T. so I'm just like saying. So now we see it for what it was for sure anybody who doubts it Although. There's still people who doubted going. Oh, they're taking advantage of cold showing a new side of himself. So what do you? What do you think they're doing here like what's a? WHAT'S THE END game? I wonder if this is leading to a match between the two, just kind of a would be wannabe celebrity against call because when when I think coal is kind of in no-man's-land just lost the championship I think they're turning all or part of undisputed era baby face. Now I don't think they're gonNA, look at McAfee baby if they actually go through with this match where see Mr biggest he'll they have in the entire company because he's so damn grading an annoying and I don't care about is Georgia. cutesy. Crafty. That's just me but it's so I. If you're looking at like, okay, we're going to bring in a celebrity type because I can't really call him celebrity a celebrity type to do this match. There's a few people you would feel comfortable in annexed t going the best match out of an inexperienced. Guy. Cole is certainly on that Short list along with roddy strong and Johnny, Gargano and there's probably some others but those would be you know the the the those would be the names I would look to and so yeah, I. Do wonder if that's where this is going many could also be McAfee is going to be being somebody's corner to I i. just I I. Hope they're not overestimating the appeal of Pat McAfee I. Think they do I I already this is pushing it but it doesn't mean it can't be a compelling story I'm the and and with no fans president. I mean, I think there were bands present. The audience would completely turn on. McAfee here for cold maybe maybe up. My hatred of Pat McAfee. No, I think that's another example of. There's good and bad about booking without a crowd response. Cruises example I think Capello crews deserved more of a push. Then he got, but he just couldn't win over fans but I don't think the instant reaction of fans to somebody who's at the beginning of trying to establish themselves should be the deciding factor. Pushing I think as the pilot of the plane as wrestling promoter and booker you should you should have more confidence that you can get somebody over even if they're not instantly over. But McAfee someone who it would be just delicious to watch him get booed and coca cheered. Like in in any in any building whether you know it's at full sail or take oversight or whatever. In that'd be fun and it would be a wakeup call I am I like you. Seem to be doing something. Now with undisputed era that's different and I think they're gonNA land in a different place that kind of played out what they're doing whether that means sending them to the main roster to be a heel faction terribly undersized co faction on a roster with big wrestlers or. Split them up or sort of some somewhat somewhat them up like have rodrick strong do his own thing while the others go somewhere else. But ultimately. The. Argument for Adam Cole Is. A baby face for the young male demographic that raw is just terrib- struggling with right now and the eighteen to thirty four year old audience with a baby face Adam Cole. I. Don't know that that's going to know how to feature but. In I don't know if that's what I don't give them a chance and that's what I've been saying forever about him is no matter how excited yard how high you're on the reality is is gonNA stand next to him. I've stood next add. Adam Cole is tiny. Compared to. Just about anybody else in this business has gotten a big push. As A. Smaller than Shawn Michaels. He'd just he's smaller than Daniel Bryan and we saw him wrestling O'Brien just kind of overall so. That doesn't bother me. You know I but the reality is it's almost a disqualifier from. which is why the sooner Vince McMahon is ends up in a wheelchair the sooner a lot of other wrestlers are going to get a push because he's going to be looking up at them doubt at them I said that for twenty five years, it's not an age thing. It's just like man was shorter in a wheelchair he would different restaurants would have gotten pushes over the years I just don't. Think. He can stand next to someone and look way down at them and take them seriously, and it's a flaw because wrestling fans in the front row seating chairs are looking up at a rain. They don't know how tall someone is unless they're standing right next to them when they come to ringside. So show if you're Adam Colon you meet Vinci least should always be no no, no, please please seated. It should yes. Yes or is it yeah. or You should always stand to Caleb Braxton. So at least there's something that makes him look tall by comparison. or Joe so. So, but here's the thing they're struggling for eighteen to thirty four year old audience right now. Aws doing well in that regard, a baby faced. Adam. Cole fighting from underneath as Brash cocky super talented. Full of confidence. Cool a cool baby face against a bunch of annoying larger heels. I think is a formula we're trying right now. And I think that would be ought to be experimenting with things right now different formulas having Braun strowman you know lumber around as a sort of universal champion who's not all who's not all all that into being champion compared to experimenting and Pushing, Hard Matt Riddle and Adam Cole who hasn't been defined down. Would be the way that I would go. So. Yeah. I'm intrigued by the fact that they showed that on annexed and then kind of seeing where everything goes in you're right after. Adam coal you lose a world title I. Think it's fine to disappear for a few weeks and then come back in a different context because it is unless you're doing an immediate rematch it just kind of defines you down to me the guy who lost, but you're still you're still just hanging around. I do have to. Shoot. You consider the person involved. Adam Cole is. Famous for being a pro's pro it I mean, you can't. Hear from EVAC or Shawn Michaels without them gushing about this guy, and just how professionally is in the ring out of the ring everything you really think he's never been called short before and he's GonNa Freak out and start dropping F bombs. Come on no no, but you can imagine if let's say coal. This is case you back Scenario where like you can imagine and don't abuse mind thinking some people might bite. He lost NFC title he's off TV. This is when he pulled up to the main roster, but you could imagine you could project that somebody might be telling him. Yeah. Vincent High, and you because you're short. Paul magazine McAfee's I. Really. Great. But you're also short and it would be like out of a trigger point for coal. If you didn't know everything, you've just about holding a professional as a fan. You're like, Oh, God you're sort of halfway in between. Being really smart to everything in not or w might be aiming at those people to say, oh. Yeah. You Know Adam Cole knows that men will push because of it and that set him off because he's having a bad day because he's got nowhere to go. Now he won that title now we lost it he's off TV and he has been called up and Matt Riddle has and Matt Reynolds Taller Than Him. So I think that's what they're going for but I don't I don't know the end game and I also think again, going back to the theme of the show with extra. If, we had crowds we'd have it. It would be more fun to see. The crowd react differently than Vincent man would imagine they would. Sure. The I have no problem with them doing the angle that they did it. It's And if they can convince some casual fans along like Oh, what happened here that great I'm just saying for that person who fancies themselves savvy fan that's you know full following things very closely. If you bid on that one, you got a little work. We're about to go to another commercial break. Why are you listening to commercial breaks wide deal with these interruptions when you can become a VIP member support the weight Keller pro wrestling podcasts Tiller progressing post shows the Peterlee torch daily casts and the entire team and everything that we do and get a ton of return for your membership. By becoming a VIP member, go to Torch V.. Info Dot Com for full details, thirty plus years of Archives of podcasts. 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We got our main events for the big show's coming up for AWS T and WWe summer slammed drew McIntyre against Randy Orton setup on Monday last night keithly carrying cross when you say anywhere any place. When Keith Lisa's pick anywhere place I assume we're looking at takeover thirty and then. M Jeff with this Promo last night. Setting up a match with Jon Moxley at all out. I read Jake's report. Hurt him last night he wasn't as high as I was I thought. I liked. Last. Night but I loved Promo I love the whole all the all the VIP treatment, all the latkes he had. Giving him the hand sanitizer sticking a piece of gum in his mouth and I mean, it was just I thought that was a great use of a TV break on the split screen and I love the political season Promo in the way that he mischaracterized Moxley in such an absurd way that no one buys it because there's no truth to it. You can tell that. Con Man that MGM stands for. That moxie stands for every nothing that Jeff just accused him of, which is where the he'll. He'd comes from and I thought that delivery was great and I went from not thinking of Jeff was really ready to be taken seriously as as a world title opponent for Moxley, to being really to see this few get built up for the next month plus So I guess we'll start there and then kind of work our way through the other matches. Jason, how do you feel about MGM Promo and if they're putting jeff in the spot a little too soon and how that match it? How excited for that much compared to the other two? Yeah they it's right now it's the. On the low. Point of the totem pole between the three but. It's mostly a testament to the other two matches and feeling like there's a real sense of. There's just not the predictability that we usually get from wwe matches lately I I don't know. I don't feel strongly about I. I lean McIntyre I. Don't know because Randy Orton has been built up in a huge way and then Saint Think-i carry on cross. Intriguing I don't know which way they go and I love that this one I mean, Hey, they could go with MJ APP but I think they go with Moxley retain. and M J F even though he's been unbeaten, they haven't been showcasing him in a way that made me feel like they were grooming him for this position for this pay per view where they're all of a sudden he's starting to get some big wins over some bigger names and it kind of wish that had taken place the Promo itself. I mean the delivery is outstanding the I mean this guy can just go and go and go. It's so impressive. What he can do on the Mike I didn't really feel the insider stuff was necessary. It was kind of distracting the presidential thing. Little. Quirky. We've seen it before in wrestling, but it was well done like you said, it's the hand sanitizer and things I if you're going to have the. There was a blonde woman in the ring with him kind of playing Florida, the presidential entourage whatever the heck it would be. Maybe you know don't where the Sandal she did. look very presidential that jumped out at you and I'm just being finicky over footwear this week but it. Yeah, I think he. I want to see him go kind of like on the same week Ron I wanNA. See Him go from being. Less, pest he'll in to disguise a player and I think with those two guys on the. They will be able to sell me on this. Completely by the time we get to Labor. Day weekend it's just are they gonNA sell me as well after real threat to beat Moxley? Because of wardlow or because of well, he's he can cheat to win or because they've managed to establish jeff is as a threat on his own because this guy's good. That's the part that's missing for me right now, and I just I don't know that there's enough time to really convince me that this is a show an can beat anyone in any given night without some level of. Cheating and you know, hey, it's okay if that's the approach they take because it may be the easiest path right now because again they haven't shut him up for this in a key way where he started to beat some people, you wouldn't expect him to. Yeah. So I'm with you on on like my criticism of 'em Jeff being moved into the main event, against Moxie at all out. Wasn't because I thought there was somebody better that they had set up. He's not displacing someone who I'm like Oh, they're totally missing out on something even better because they just haven't really set anybody else up to the point where we're like out WHO's MOXIE GONNA face. If you weren't if you weren't sold on Mj, you weren't sold on anybody in AWB ready to take on Moxie like they gotta do a lot of work in the next five weeks. The. Getting Pat, coming back. So yeah in even that it's like, can you really make that that interesting I mean I packs great wrestler and he's a good medicine he'll. But I he's not. He's not a headline, my top show of the year as a healed against someone right now that's how I feel about it but. So. With Jeff, they were not presenting him as a serious. He'll and I I was critical of that and I wasn't alone like you can't have him run. You know running away and scurrying away and playing the chicken. He'll. He's gotTa be more Roddy, Piper, bad ass and. And they just weren't in that spot like I. Compare Him Jeff Gilbert in the sense that eighty Gobert depending on the territory was in the context was either the manager who was being who is managing bigger guys or being or or had. was more of a pastor, not a threat or An another context he was the guy and he was more rick more ric flair Jerry lawler than than than than the annoying. He'll who hid behind somebody bigger. and. Jeff to compare stated Gilbert a lot. In terms of you know the way being a student of the game because I'm such a student of the game and like behind the scenes just like studying this business and and. Just all in. But. Also in a really smart guy and just eat sleep sprees and thinks about it the way overdid did but he's also a little bit of an undersized. And he's got to try to find a way to make that work and he's talented enough. He can make it work in different ways and he was doing different ways. In the last few months and at times I thought he was booked in a way that made me not take him seriously as a threat to Moxley and certainly not market pay per view of the year. He'll main inventor and I think they've improved the last couple of weeks on that I think there's been a recognition of that and but whatever. GAP THERE WAS was closed enough because of that Promo last night. I thought I don't even care people take seriously that MGM can beat boxer even belongs in the ring with Moxy as bad as I just thought that Promo was. So Alpha he'll and she was so in control of the moment and in the ring and I thought the material, I'm not a big guy on insider references but. Also, know the AWS since in two thousand twenty is more savvy to that and I think you can enjoy it and I wrote this in my report on torch? Dot Com last night I. Think you could appreciate and be affected by that. Promo. On two or three levels depending on whether you know that Hulk Hogan was up seen as a political games player behind the scenes out for himself and that you know Moxley has the opposite reputation and that that is where the heat comes from with Jeff accusing Moxley of it now if you don't know that It's still worked because of the way jeff came across and the other content I. Think. If you don't know that stuff, you're also going to buy in just WANNA see Moxie beat this guy up and shut him up. So I thought it worked. One of the keys is just make sure that wore those seems more like a bodyguard from for for. Jeff then I'm jeff seems like a manager of wardlow. TASR is for for Brian Cage and so. I? Think they've gotten better about that I think they made some mistakes with Jeff scurrying away. 'cause he's so good at scaring away and running away getting a shot in running I want him to seem like he sees himself and they need to sell us on it that he's actually a physical threat in the ring and that's where Roddy. Piper was it was so effective and very protective of that because he he. Never played the chicken shit. He'll. And yet, he could have gone down that road but he didn't, and he fiercely protected himself from two jobs almost to the detriment of some top programs that he might have been an otherwise so. Yeah I just I. AM, more optimistic more you know definitely more more. More I won't say all in all in on Jeff as a guy who is the right pick for this time I don't think you should become champion yet. Think. You stay with Moxy. But but there's a lot of things you can do to to tell that story. It really hope they just turn these guys loose as they did last night with them. Jeff. On the Mike and let them really sell this but I feel one area were Awa needs to improve is building up that next person for the title shot they you know they're they they keep filtering out word that you know this is they have so many shows booked in advance and yeah, they tweak them, which is understandable but they they're doing long-term booking. So they've known they were going to do this match for awhile. Now, we're was too big built from chaff where's that been and? We and WHO's next in line? Are they building up? Anybody wants to get through this assuming Moxley wins who's next then they've been getting by they bring in Brodie? Lee and they went right to that match. It felt rushed the kind of Russian to building Brian Cage. And had that match on television and it's worked but I think you need to be I think they can just do a better job of just start in a cert grooming process. Before, even if people see it coming so let the at least they're starting to look at that person is potentially being the the next guy is going after the your world champion. We haven't really seen that I saw i. do feel like that just an area of weakness they have. Right. Now. Searching for more great pro wrestling talk. Join Me Jason, Powell Post that three in pro wrestling Boone podcast each week he'll hear the latest news and analysis for me and my team at pro wrestling along with other wrestling media members plus the pro wrestling boom cast features, long-form interviews with notable names in the pro wrestling industry subscribing. I tuned stitcher downcast and all your favorite secondary APPS or visit us directly at pw boom dot com once again, that's pw. Dot Com. Yeah and I think we you know they're the pace of their shows and the pit what are what qualifies pay per views versus just you know Specials whatever. I haven't had a problem with who they've put up because I think. There's some heels who they just before they define them down or put them in the slot that they're going to be in. They want to get the there's. A question mark above their head. How good is Brian Cage? We'll. We'll find out when he goes against Jon Moxley. And then you you slide him into a different spot once you get that quick early world title challenge out of the way that sort of the monster heel we don't know how good he is. Is He a threat? And most people don't. The vast majority didn't think Moxley was. GonNa lose. To Cage I don't have a problem with shooting him kinda shooting to the top and then moving into a different different feud after that as long as you're building up to your big. Tent Pole pay-per-view main events and I think they would argue. Well. We can critique the the fact that Jeff was being the scurrying away chicken shit he'll at times. I think they look at the win loss record, they've given mg off and the push and how they protected him. Otherwise I would say they would argue we have built up to this moment and and we've had this in mind and we just don't run quote major pay per views every month. So we don't need to always have the next guy just. In the wings. Sure I and day may also be looking at. This is the best route to go with him is the past. He'll. We can convince people that he has a shot to win because he'll cheat or lows there and all sorts of things I just hope that like you it's they start to establish that he is a threat because he can cheat. But even if he doesn't, he's a threat because he's would, and hopefully that's what they have in mind. But yeah I mean. They don't have all the pay per views and and it's the one loss record thing in the rankings I'm. I don't know how many people really paying attention I- Dade don't seem to make a fuss over them on the television show I just don't know how many people are going to the aws site to find out. It seems like the only time they get mentioned or when they're trying to justify someone getting a title shot like last night at the end of the show telling us the Derby number five contender and he's getting the title shot I. It doesn't Take Long I don't know why they won't show those on television. How many people who neither viewers actually knew that evil to Grayson. We're the undefeated number, one contenders going into that title match. The presentation of that sucked that this is a company that prides itself on its tag team wrestling, and here you have your champions facing undefeated number one contenders, and it just kind of felt like it was thrown out there in the middle of the show it didn't feel important I. Never felt like the challenges were threat to win the title. So I I I don't even know where that came from and I. decided my system. No I. Think they lean too hard on the on the on the win loss record if they're not gonNA. They shouldn't in general just see that as a L. because I. Don't know how seriously people take it. That said they're doing it. So they if they're going to do it, they should put it on the show going in and out of a commercial break every week and show you know. Here. Here's the top I. Take Him rankings top five women's Ricky's the top men's rankings. And be consistent with that. So what's on people's minds? So if the promotion takes it seriously, then I think viewers are more apt to if it's just throwing out there. I mean. They mentioned cody's win loss record at the top of his match last night they mentioned here cure cheetahs impressive win loss record at the top of her. Showing that record. Yeah. Yeah, and mentioning commentary is good to do and they should continue to do that. and. But I think there's times to mention it when it's not a major storyline too so It doesn't seem like they're just sort of selectively bringing it up when it's really important to bring up. So yeah. So but nevertheless Moxley. and. I'm looking forward to more back and forth with them. I thought Moxley. It was short to the point, but I loved his Promo last night. Just. You know. People they don't bug me. But if you're bully I'm going to stand up because what kind of what kind of person would I be if I didn't and he put it way more cool than I did because he's Jon Moxley and He's a bad ass baby face who's anti-bullying unapologetically anti-bullying and he's also not going to get in your business unless you get in his or he sees you bullying somebody else and he does it in a way where he's a role model but he's not Bob backlit goody two shoes Bob Lender. I just think he knows his character and he striking a really good tone on promos and even though the whole thing was like thirty seconds last night I thought that was one of the highlights of the show because it's your world champion who knows who he is, and it's exactly the type of world champion or lead baby face for the Times. It was really good. Does he need at some point to just kind of quickly address and move on that? May Have Been. Guilty of some bullying myself, I, mean it was three on one beat downs left and right with the shield. Is So it does come off a little strange if you know his history but I'd be or do you feel like enough time has passed? It's fine I think enough time has passed I think there is a statute of limitations and then I also think you get to wipe the slate clean a little bit when you go to know company even if you're sure you know largely presenting yourself the same way I again, this kind of comes to you know is the Discussion Different in two thousand twenty than it would be in two, thousand, fifteen or twenty ten. How much of the audience is willing to just look at somebody fresh knowing that Vincent man is in charge of how someone is presented in pushed it wasn't their thing and they just go okay this is like a new movie it's the same actor but it's a new movie it's a similar role, but it's a new script director and the there's there's some history there but. You know you can sort of without even overtly thinking a lot about it go well, he was younger and in a different circumstance, and this is a new version of him, and so I'm just taking this new version into account with mostly a clean slate and I think people are willing to do that. If the presentation is solid, let's let's talk about the other two matches Karen Cross. Challenging Keith League. I. In in a couple of months or in about that might seem like I was wrong on this. Wrong word but worried for no reason. But I'm still not sold as much as I sense other people are uncaring cross I think. I'm not saying glacier, but there was this guy named glacier who had this elaborate ring entrance all this buildup all this costume and he'd get in the ring and it was just like. Oh that's all. There is one the bell rings and like last week, his match was just like. It, was just it was just wrestle. It was like he didn't seem. There was no sir urgency. There was no innovation filling time during the commercial break with long side headlock or whatever it was and facial expression. Wise. He seems like someone who's plant kind of cameron grimes playing the role of a really big star who's really hot has all this charisma. He's got this great ring entrance, the the the music, the pageantry of at all scarlet as a sidekick, the physical body that he has looks the part. But. In the face, it's sort of like Adam Pearce growling it just doesn't I just I'm not quite there yet on I'm not saying to push him but I feel like other people are twice as enthusiastic about him as I am as a guy just shot who should be shot to the top who's just so interesting and compelling as a heel one of my jason. I think, I'm three times more excited. I really, we talked a little bit about it on Tuesday. I. Really was impressed by his running impact. I think he. He I think he likes to be involved in the creative end of his character just reading some of his interviews or listening to them and just I appreciate that there's just a different even how he got I don't even remember the specifics but how he ended up with the name on based on something from a folklore or something I can't remember again what exactly it was but. There's a lot of attention to detail when it comes to his character and I like that in the ring I've seen him. Perform really well, and impact is GonNa be takeover main of that. Worthy. Only will tell you know Keith lease a pretty damn good wrestler himself. So I'm very optimistic but it is. You know he doesn't need to prove himself in that way I don't have an issue with the facials. I think that I work for me I. Thought He. Basically, played a role version of this persona is killer cross and I never the facials didn't stand out in a negative way to me I find him to be believable I find his promo work to be solid some of I think now he I assume he's being scripted more than he wants was. That maybe some of it and maybe they to turn him a little loose when it comes to the mic work but over I I, I think the overall act is strong and I just wonder looking at this match is one of them being elevated because I don't know why. They feel the need to rush to this match. This is something that. Thank you would have kept them apart and saved it until even mania weekend or something I mean it is summer slam weekends a big weekend for them but still it does feel it sooner. I would've expert than I expected it to be but I'm not complaining because I do suspect it may be one of them. Whoever loses is a ends up moving up quickly and I wouldn't be surprised if it's keithly I mean as much as I look at him being the face of the team ran in a good choice for that role as some success already in small doses on the main roster, they clearly like him and so maybe this is their way of writing him out and carry on cross becomes the champion. Aloha torch faithful. This is Kelly wells PWG talks and x t every Thursday you can hear me and Mike Gang of idiots, Tom Style share thoughts from the live tapings and torch recap limbered as well as a rotating cast of guests. Cover the matches and events in Annex. T live on USA network search, beat torching, and apple podcasts or your podcast APP to subscribe or listen on demand and seeing the entire pw torch daily cast schedule at. Torch daily. CAST. Dot. com. Cheers. If, you're across comes next champion is Adam Cole in stay in annex as baby face chasing cross as an undersized. Legacy guy in the NFC like who who lines up against Cross if cross, beats Lee and Lee. Is GonNa say elevated but I don't WanNA upset played move to raw smackdown. I would say to champion still sitting out there. They've already had their match and cross beat him gives champion something to come back from very strange that there you know he's put it out there he's not injured. He's making it seem like they'd creatively, they don't have anything form that one. I. Have a hard time believing that's never really been an issue with INEX- T in their top talent So what what the real story is, they're they're just giving him a little downtime to to refresh what but. What he's one for sure I, think you can certainly do something with cross and Damian Priest But Yeah Cole. I. Think. Fits in there as well. I'm trying to think if I'm forgetting anyone obvious I think die Jack He's been on TV I still think he's going to raw just seems like the the start date has been kind of pushed back, but we'll see dodger Kovac. And and Keith Lea Collins. I H has the rights to that name WWe needs to get them. It's so much digest. It's just you can hear Vince screaming at and loving it compared to dominate Niger cove. Oh, Vince a guy have a great idea. This Cova Kid. Let's just call them digest for short. For. The long. Run through legal, we'll see what comes up. Okay. Yeah I. think that Jakovic is good for the main roster. I wonder if an exte- just since Keith Lee became the centerpiece baby-faced beating out coal and Awa just pulling ahead in the ratings if that is going to play a factor at all and in whether they have a ton of confidence in in Keith Lee. On the main roster, some people are just better fit for Vincent Man Style. Ron's don't show then for an X. T. but do you do tribute anything that's happened because we talked about minute by minutes and all that one of the reasons and exceeded as well against aws did. Say Limited. Commercial Interruptions Awa Din, and that just brings up the average and they had a much better leading that propped up that first quarter hour number in a huge way like the did a ton of details on this on the way Taylor hotline detailing it. But the minute by minute if you take away the first three minutes of of American bash one or both weeks. The it completely changes the complexion of the average viewership in the difference between the two shows because. USAA just gave an xt such a big Ledin and the way Nielsen works is if the channels on it, here's it. On its microphone that Nielsen Families Authorized to listen in on what channel you're watching and it just counted them as viewers for an xt. Even though just it was people who are watching whatever law and order or something, and they didn't turn the channel yet, and so if you take away the first three minutes at average out the shows, it was a lot closer. So I throw that out there that it wasn't as big of a lead for annex t because a limited commercials and the lead and giving them this huge deceptive boost but they still won in total viewership and they haven't since it does that fall on keithly or people just not that into or as a w doing something better what to that? I know I don't think it falls on Keithly I think it falls partially on there. I mean there's plenty of reasons I think Annex T. Did better this week they need to get better with what they advertise. I mean telling US last week that we're getting I think I don't even know if they advertised triple throughout it was like the loomis and Dane match and then one other match and that's about it and it's like, okay aws really good about telling you what's on the shelf better or worse and and thisiis needs to create some buzz with their lineups that that's been lacking on more. Often than not and then I just think aws is new a w is fresh and I think that's a big part of the reason why there's a lot of people that are watching that product I may have said this on Tuesday but I'll say it again I think that they are playing to a younger audience that wants something to call their own and they don't get you don't get that opportunity and wrestling all the time, but we are right now. With aws being startup this is something that they can ill, it's not their older brothers wrestling. It's not dad's wrestling. This is something new and fresh, and they're adopting it as their own wrestling. It doesn't mean they don't have time or interest in anything else but it sure seems like that younger dental is there for them and wwe should be very worried about that. It's I think the demo talk it's a little overplayed thanks to Tony Hanna Chris Jericho but but it is very important. I mean if I'm wwe I'm looking at that and thinking about the long-term going. Man and this isn't just some fly by night thing. Yeah. This is an NFL family that owns this and has more money than Vince McMahon does and they may not want to spend it all in pro wrestling but they don't have to because I think they have a good product and They should be worried right now that you know they're cool young an x t promotion is being beaten. It's slowing the growth they w by running opposite but Awa Demo. Wise. Yeah I mean it's a this isn't just an versus next thing. This is do they become this generation's favorite wrestling overall not just you know it's not just annex T it's also raw smackdown. It's a big win for them if they can continue to cater to that younger. Younger audiences as they have so far. Yeah. I mean you you see Eddie Kingston come out and do that Promo last week and you're just like, okay you just wouldn't see something like that. WWe The the it's kind of a cool thing even if it's hit or miss, you know with cody and the open challenge and different people coming in and the obscene variety of opinions on warhorse. That kind of sticking gimmick and some things work better on the scene than they do on national cable in a more serious setting. But you get a sense watching a w that there's just a greater authenticity and cool factor. To to what they're doing that is definitely more youth oriented where Vince McMahon and in what he and Kevin Don and Bruce Pitcher put out there. There's just sort of. A. Momentous Nursia to doing things a certain way that's worked really well for them in a lot of ways, and so they're like can justify messing with it. But at what point does raindrop drop enough that they go god okay. It's time to mess with it. You know I, get a business if businesses going well, you don't mess around even if even if. A new young guy right onto college might be like Oh, if you did this and this and this business eager person gets hired and they're like stop disrupting things things are going fine. We don't want to risk it. But then when business gets low enough, you're like Oh God we've got a risk it. We've gotta shake things up and do something different I. Wonder if that point comes for Vince McMahon or if he's just raking in the dough with the TV deal as the excuse of the pandemic and. He doesn't change things up. And, it's going to be exciting if he decides to change things up. And it could be good could be bad. But you know like impact wrestling wha- publicly talk about that in a bit. They got almost nothing to lose. So we get wrestler House you I mean. They're just filling out. You know TV time on access, TV, and and. Experiencing, and they've been like that for a while because they're seeing if they can just create a buzz same that's where Matt Hardy and Broken Matt came from. It's like let's let's just experiment. We're Vincent Massey's Broken Matt and Goes Oh my God this could ruin everything that we have going for us because I don't get it is crazy So anyway, Awa. Yes. has is grounded in Tony Kahn being a superfan during the money era being a student of the game bringing different voices in from bucks in cody and Kenny. Who all kind of have different different wrestler experiences for a very different experiences and this idea of everything is fresh. Everything is everything's on the table and let's work they have an idea of who they are but they're also willing to be nimble and flexible as they go along and you just don't get that watching. WWe Slash Annex, T that's then I'm a huge fan of the honesty product like I like it a lot. But I also understand why aws doing better in the demo but. I'm not in the eighteen to thirty four demo. But I? Really. Liked both products and I appreciate the differences between them. But if I'm an exte- if I'm triple H I'm. Trying to figure out what can we do? To attract that Demo and his is the answer keithly. Is it get keithly over to the main roster and is at Adam Cole as a baby face is is, is it finding a different types of female acts to to promote? than the ones that they are is, is Roger Roger Stone now Robert Stone easy to mix those two up. Is He helping the demo or hurting the DEMO You have to evaluate if you're annex t what can we do? To be more cool but. There's a lot that I really really like about the antics product and it's kind of a tough call with me between the two shows which my favorite one of the week is most weeks. Yea for this was the first time in. A while just like inex- t was the far superior show I. I, wasn't a big fan of dynamite this week. Compared to their usual it wasn't a terrible show just by their usual standards I. thought it was subpar and I thought annex t was kind of in line with what he normally is. It wasn't an annex he was a great show just was A. A. Good. Consistent product where this week just I didn't thought aws kind of all over the place. Yeah Your Your Paul has. Fifty four percent thumbs up seventeen percent thumbs down on a w with more people giving it a great great grade than any other rating but in exte- last I looked at your poll I guess I can click on here. Did even better. And I I was in the camp of thinking that Awa was like a really I was I. thought it was really control this week. Yeah. So Sixty five percent in your poll giving an xt. Thumbs up and twenty one percent thumbs down with everyone else in the thumbs in the middle by the way with even more people ratio-wise giving a great rating. So an he wins the pros dot net poll but both were good shows I thought he w was I. was a fan of a lot of what w Donna my did this week I felt I got a sense. I was more of a fan of it than than some of the other people who I kinda look around or listen to on social media websites and podcasting but but nevertheless let's up quickly the opener was I did and then the the match click the big ten man tag and then I thought the finish was like really bad hardy interferes. So we just had ten man tag for nothing. and. I thought the main event was rushed I. I. Don't know if there was if that was by design, they've been pretty damn good about not having timing issues I mean even you know every other week is tape these days because of the pandemic but still we haven't seen them have timing issues, but it did feel to me like that made event was rushed. I thought the women's match was nothing to write home about I thought they was clunky at times and I I don't know if I'm forgetting anything and then again you know the tag match was really well done the presentation like this is a tag title Mash make me feel like it's important and they didn't. Yeah by the way what did you think of Moore's? IF THEY WANNA. Put Him on dark fine. I don't need to see warhorse on dynamite on a regular basis I don't know that. I don't feel like I really get. Like he's another heavy metal guys like Bougainville Haugen. Is that what he has and you know it's it's I. Don't WanNa Judge is based because I'm not familiar with them from outside of this. But yeah, I didn't I thought the match was fine. It was simple. They told a good story recode targeting the knee and ultimately exploiting that to get the win but Find. It happened I. Don't mind them bring in somebody that may not be ready for this position because it still interesting you know just to kind of because you don't know this person maybe they're not ready but do they relief step up and rise to the occasions? That's that's kind of fun I worry a little bit just from an empathy standpoint ricky starks loved him too high signed him. Tony Kahn that night we got him he's onboard. We love him then Eddie Kingston great performance. Don't call us we'll call you. Warhorse that was fun for a one off like I feel I feel like I'm like the parents in the crowd at the spelling bee with some of these guys who were getting their like big moment in the sun and the announcers played up to biggest match might ever have. And so I've like, it's fun. To Watch but I feel for the restaurants who are like, oh I, it's like use the data reference Johnny Carson on the tonight show when a comedian would do their act. If Johnny said, thank you. That was nice. Good job. Thumbs up. He called you over to the desk to chat for segment afterwards. ooh, you made it. You really oppressed everything. Yeah. Everything and your crews define any your heart would sink. You could see it. If you watch tonight shows stand up Comedians who go out and they perform if Johnny mccollum over, you can just see them like forced to smile but like I wasn't good enough shoot and so I get that vibe a little bit. who? Gives Polski through that in our wage. Calf. The tour matches or there'd be trial matches and I remember being backstage at an H. O.. Mid-2000s, and there was a trial trial match and So happy like just hired both guys on the spot and it's right there when he delivered the news and it was like super like, can you guys come with us from Minneapolis? Saint Paul become us with a from. Saint. Paul the Chicago tomorrow. We want to see you again. and. So One of the way. And so that was like those moments are cool and it's fun. When is good news but I feel bad like did were show up going I'm going to garner job and you have a full-time job I'm going to be the next you know TNT champion and then We'll see you back in the one that starts up again. Yeah I think they should find something for. The guys allies firstly has lot to offer I think it would benefit him to hit the gym even though it's not as big of an issue in aws I think it would help but. Even. If it's a talking real I, mean this guy everywhere everyone I've seen him. He stood out in a good way. Yup Yup. Some of pro wrestling's best podcasts are the. 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Dropped in the aws grown, it's not a plus but I don't know that you. Blame him either and close the gap a little bit last night compared with the week before a w went from eight, hundred, forty, seven, thousand, seven, hundred, seventy, three, thousand, this week and t went from six hundred, seventeen thousand up to seven hundred, seven thousand. So a gap of less than seventy thousand last night. That's A. That's way less in the prior two weeks. So a little bit of a rebound and perhaps for the reasons that we spoke about but nevertheless. Ratings. Fair or not it's worth from our chair. Imagining that Vincent Man is reading into it. Is there any chance that he's looking at your McIntyre and saying yeah, he's not. He's not lighting things on fire as champion. Let's just go with the old the old standby Randy Orton and we could actually title change. It's summertime. That's the thing that makes summer slam phone that made event I should say on is I don't know I. Think there is. There was no mystery and drew McIntyre is going to be sigler course he as and I haven't felt any real suspense even the Seth rollins match mostly because to south match happened shortly after drew one. So it was more of a timing issue. This is the first time where it's like they're actually feels like there's a mystery regarding the outcome I hope they. Don't blow by foreshadowing anything is they've been known to do but I I think McIntyre retains I wouldn't blame him for their I mean, how do you blame anyone wrestler right now and that three hour nonsense that they do on Monday lake I mean unless it's going to be somebody just plastering all over the show when you're running into the ground I I mean. Look at the main events getting like tune in to see him beat doll sigler again, only this time he gets to pick the. He gets to pick the stipulation. So it's going to be even more of a of a one-sided Matt. there's been too much of that. I don't I don't think you can blame. As, much as they need to be blamed for just not creating compelling challenges for the guy. And it is on a three hour show. Can you really you know I am not advocating for blaming McIntyre for any of this? Any of what's happening I'm just acknowledging the possibility that Vincent Man is and. Again going with back to the beginning with Dexter and crowd reactions and not knowing what the crowd reactions are for certain guys. It's gotta be tougher Vince McMahon. You can look at minute by minute ratings and you know draw your own conclusions on that and just sort of evaluated as you would try out or whatever use your own judgment but. You just don't know dramatic Derby over or not with a live audience. You know there's even ticket sales to talk about and I don't think you can look at your McIntyre's tighter reign and say WB network subs should be based on that because I mean has he been the absolute focus of a pay-per-view yet? No. I mean, think of swamp matches greatest wrestling match ever. Feel I mean he's fought Ziegler and seth. rollins. Bob Unless you it's just not. He has it's not like it's not like he has not like a secondary champion has when pushed it's just they've been gimmicky about what they've been trying to sell during this pandemic era. They've been kind of gimmicky and cinematic about what they've been pushing to the top in drew sort of the just. Kind of. Centerpiece Standard World Champion doing his thing where this kind of circus that's going on around him? It. They who aren't who are the challenges once if he does get through Orton does anyone jump out to you is like Oh this must I mean you can go back to South But I that's why I keep wondering. ARE THEY GONNA call up Damian Priest and they're gonNA call up dodger Cova Control Rustam into something are they gonNa call up carry on cross? I mean that's you know we're looking at keithly being called up it could just as easily could see bench looking at those we need them he does have good size and we can kind of rush him into something even if it's on, you know roll or snap down to wonder if if that could be what they have in mind. Yeah. Well, we don't have long to go before there can be a superstar shakeup so. I think you have to kind of look roster wide at. Any options. For. Drew McIntyre and. I. When I look at the roster is not a ton of of fresh matchups period. That job out to me but when you look at at. Raw specifically as it stands right now I mean it's Seth Horton Aj. Murphy I mean I don't know and it's just like there's not not a deep roster. So you know we talk about eight W. Setting up future champions to me. WWe Is going to have to look elsewhere. Four challengers. That make a lot of sense and that's where you know carrion crow losing to Keith Leah takeover and being quickly promoted in the main roster. I wouldn't rule that out. You know that might be why they're rushing into that spot because Vince is already calling him up because he loves his ring entrance and some people just are better fit for the main roster that then than otherwise. I think it would make sense if they either way I could see one of those guys going up I mean it's there's there's a need that right now it's through ventures own creation because he's ruining. So many people there there should be challenges lined up for drew McIntyre plenty of exciting things going on that. It's just he is terrible at his job as head of creative I it's that simple. So as far as the rest of summer slam goes Braun and Bray. The fiend against Bron I guess. The universal title it again. The caveat is they didn't expect there wasn't a long term plan for Brown to be the guy going into Romania and then he had to put the belt and I'm not sure that they're doing anything different with Brian than they might have done otherwise except there happens to be a title that he either isn't defending but are you. Intrigued by that, and where do you see the universal title being like come October? Does you have a trajectory for that? Probably around the waist of the fiend again, just in no man's Land I. I'm not into this. I'm not into Baronne not into the fiend I don't even know who you go with on smackdown. That's the brand that really needs shake up I. It's just you know they felt the need to have riddell loose to Aj age as in the secondary champion role and he's consistent. He's he's good but there's there's not much to look forward to. When you sit there and Kinda, look down the road like what matches could be. So I do think we'll get the shake up because smackdown is there Asia because it's on Fox it'll end up being the show that Vince the thanks the he's created the better roster for, and of course every it's proven every time the one he thinks better the other shows actually better. I'm rich band host of the deep dive. With Richmond, a weekly part of the PW Torch Daily Cast Lennon Pictures Search Torch and apple podcasts or your podcast subscribe every. Saturday at six PM eastern I dive in with guests for an hour and anything in the world of wrestling or wrestling related one here about the influence of historical figures. Big Kettering. We got you want to hear about how crazed marine movies got we are on it. No topic is too big or too small. So if you want to dive in this call in live or listen on demand and see the entire POW towards daily schedule at POW TOWARDS DAILY CAST DOT COM. What are you intrigued by Biggie as a singles wrestler and do you think it's necessary? Do. You think he necessarily stays baby face or room for him to go singles get a big head and they really go a different direction with them. I haven't thought about that much I. Think he's GonNa do just fine as a baby face when if they're ready to move on from new day and seeing is believing on that. But if they are IBM to it I, would look forward to seeing what they could do with biggie either I mean face work he'll and I just think it's it's time it's time to do something with this guy as a single act they had something we colty they probably still could but they decided to. Have them feed him to brock listener for no good reason and eight seconds and So now yeah. I mean, it's it's too bad. It took to injuries in order for them to get to this point, but it's it's at least something fresh and exciting, which is more than I can say about anything with new quite some time. Yeah. I worry about what who the fresh opponents for big to if he gets a big push and I wouldn't rule out him being universal champion and Oct.. Or. You know finding a way to about to him as a baby face and just go with it. But if you even if you combine the Ross the Ron smackdown roster. There's not a ton of compelling. He'll matchups Seth Randy Orton against Biggie if big east champion, it feels fresh. You know those aren't guys that you've seen in tag matches against him constantly and their top guys. I don't think with big. You can take from a feature, take t MAC, and then put them against somebody who's not perceived as a top top guy without feeling like the universal title is a secondary title and it's Albert Oh del Rio type rain where it's the opening match on a pay per view I think you have to match biggie against either brand new people or top people like ordinances. You can't just biggie say with shameless if Biggie were to win the title. I don't want forget Otis's in the mix and I could see otis coming out of summer slam. As champion and then that leads to a variety of things that leads to kind of a reshuffling and every once in a while and they don't do this very often. It's very rare and for good reason but I'm not against wwe just doing like. Five tidal changes in eight weeks of the universe title like and don't do it again for fifteen years but. Just be like, wow, what a memorable time where you create some buzz Bunch of different people get todd rains. You don't know where the where the. The hot potatoes going to stop. WHO GETS WHO's WHO's sitting in the the winning chair on the cakewalk whatever analogy you WANNA use. But when the dust settles, Biggie can be your guy but in the meantime it bounces. From a I don't think you want to waste Matt Riddles I on a one week reign but you could do some rapid fire just kind of shake things up to the shakeup, and then there's sort of a last man standing and then you end up with fresh rosters but you kind of hot shot at a little bit. And just created some buzz in the meantime for up brand of show that doesn't have much of a buzz right now. They need to do something. So. Here's like here's a scenario like. Braun. The fiend I. Well, I don't know that you want Otis getting a fluke win over over the fiend, but you could. If, you could do something quote creative that doesn't really hurt the Fien, but if Otis came out of summertime with championship shamass. Runs all the fun two weeks end by beating Otis but then Biggie in a TV title shot or the September pay per view October pay per view beat shame. Rapid fire sequence where you kind of cash money in the bank get rid of that have some fun on TV host. A little bit elevate shame is through a title rain but also a big beat somewhat substantial. Do the superstar shakeup boom big your guy and then you've got challenges lined up like a carrying cross or Dominic di Jakovic where there's fresh opponents I because right now with the viewership I don't think you could make an argument against shaking things up with a lot of credibility and. So you don't have, it's sort of going back to the business model. You don't have a lot to lose by shaking things up you ship is right now and I think you can create some interest if you do and I still remember that Bill. Watts you US show where like changed every title on one show impact just did that last weekend change. Changed every title on one show. So, to me, I'm not I'm not against doing that and trying to let fans know we heard you it was stale and we've realized things and I think it's we're checking out because it will feel fresh. It it has to be my actual change. You know and I I agree with what you said but I just don't have any faith that anything is really going to change with Vince McMahon booking this that. We can change the titles, look everything's new and fresh. It's just going to be the same old bad booking and it's same lifeless booking a that's just gonNa put them right back in the same position in you know and quickly I mean how many I think back to that right before Christmas Saghir where we've heard you and it's this is your show your and nothing changed just. The ongoing issue would ww it. It's not going to change. This man is completely out of touch when it comes to his creative work, and so I mean we can hope for small moments here and there but I I don't have any long-term faith in anything they do as long as he's head of creative. I mean it doesn't mean you're going to get moments there. Maybe even an occasional good wrestlemainia. He can still book big events fairly well, but just the week to week booking no, I have no faith in any real improvement anytime soon. And I just counter argue that if we stipulate that. Isn't GonNa Change if we stipulate to that and everything you just said, is sort of yeah. Yeah. Resigned ourselves to that. I'd Rather Watch. Vince McMahon. Booking the way he books in September October November and beyond. After a period of six weeks of really shaking things up on the roster and bringing fresh faces and shaking up who's on top I would rather watch smackdown with Vincent Man in charge if we're stipulating to in a resigned to it with the situation I described or some other variation of that than just the same thing where with like. If. The fiendish champion, but he's not defending the title much bronze A. Lumbering top baby face. Matt, riddle still feuding with Darin Corbin and shameless is now feuding with Otis and it's just the same cast to in the same thing. I'm sort of saying if we are confined to the limitations offensively and booking I'm an advocate for making the best of it and I think making the best of it is really shaking up the roster. It's like you know when a basketball team or hockey team just does a big multi person trade because what they're doing isn't working yeah. You might still not like the coach and the GM. In the team philosophy and the arena they play in but you'd rather at shake things up with a bunch of new players because it's really boring watching a team. That's you know not gonNA. Make the playoffs but isn't so awful that they're going to be in the draft lottery and I sort of feel like smackdown. Is just sort of in a groove that is exciting. The group that it's in and I don't mean that in a good or bad way it just it's sort of a spot. That if there's no sense of changer excitement or the unexpected and unpredictable, I just don't see any change in they're gonNa just be stuck at this sub two million viewership most weeks. I it's. I mean something goes have to change. It's not that I'm not saying that they shouldn't change thing as just again, the lack of faith and Vince Yeah and I just I don't know. When is it going to get better I? Like you're semi yes. In in the short term, it would do him any hope that long-term. He's GonNa find the right person that's going to be able to. I mean. It was Bischoff it was. And now it's Pritchard it's just It's so lifeless. His product is so flat. I genuinely look forward to Wednesday nights and and it's not the you know every Ron's terrible most smackdown are just in terms really some are better than others but when you're done it just Kinda okay that was a show. You don't really feel anything watching it on. There's just not enough moments to make it work. So I. Mean, what is it going to take as it? Just seriously like we we have to wait for this man to age himself out or worse in order for things to truly get better in that company I do not know and isn't that the big question I mean I AAA churches in his fifties now as pointed out on twitter and Vince congratulates him on his birthday and He's fifteen years older roughly them when Vince took over for his dad like the idea of triple h is great young hope. Not. Everybody has to start at the same time but I don't know that t doing badly in the demos as it's doing against aws. Has Helped. Triple H causes. He's the guy who who should take over. Aws Night Point one, nine in the demo reel consistent with point to well the previous two weeks right on and their average annexed state appoint one one you know and that's right in line with their average almost two to one margin in the eighteen to thirty four male demo. And there had an every demo aws. In so Triple. If Insulin while you know I'm not doing. Well, let's hand torch Turrell h but then he goes and looks at antics stampings day W and it's not like ooh. I've got a guy who's got it all figured out. I'm going to give the reins triple H. I'm not saying it's a fair assessment but I'm saying I could even sick making that assessment which which answers your question we're not going to see Vince Change. You know anybody new. In, you know until until he can't do the job anymore because I don't know who he feels cont enough to hand it over to and plus I think somebody else's you would vince rather just. Stay in charge, even if it's not the best choice. Or hidden or handed over to somebody else to. Like would vince feel happier. If he handed the reins to someone else and it failed so they would show he was the genius all along or he handed the reins to someone else in its exceeded and he did what a lot of. People who run corporations do they take great pride and also handing the reins over successively to somebody else and having that work because that's part of their legacy? He's Jerry Jones He. Could. Easily Off To qualified people and let them an oversee but not meddle in any. Can he I think he clearly gets his the bulk of his pleasure from running this company comes from creative. I really believe that it's not that he doesn't enjoy their aspects of his job but yeah, I think this is the big one forum and if he's doing a terrible job at it, it still where he finds the most pleasure in being in charge of this, the whole creative approach and I think that's why he's so reluctant to turn things over to Hlavac or anyone else because that's that's just who he is. That's what wwe for him in. So many ways and Jerry. Jones is a guy, the owner of the DALLAS, cowboys Again, he could easily he built a pretty decent team, but there's so many things that people point too late. This is Jerry Jones pick. That was terrible. This was Jerry Jones move know you just can't get out of his own way and they're one in the same. You know there are some billionaires that like you said Kim successfully transition on beat and just sit back and enjoy the fact that they were able to do that. Just clearly not a person clearly I he I when he talks about dying in the chairs famously said. I think that's what he wants to do. Yeah. Yeah. No I do I do. Every Sunday night catch wrestling night in America on PW Torch Daily Dot Com hosted by me pw torch columnist Greg Parks each week I'll welcome a CO host the torch family to discuss the big shows and pro wrestling taking your calls and emails. You can listen live most weeks beginning at eight PM. Eastern on Sunday nights with a WWe or impacts patients view go on the air. At the conclusion of that pay per view you can listen live but of course, the full show is available for download on demand anytime shortly after it airs visit Pw Torch Daily Dot Com, click the livestream linked to find the next scheduled live show link search pw torch, an apple podcasts, or your podcast APP to subscribe wrestling night in America every Sunday Twa Torch daily Dot Com. Let's let's talk for a minute about impact wrestling. SLAMMA bursary big change new name showing up the motor city machineguns Eric Young E. C. Three. Heath I wanted to get last name I'm not on like heath doesn't sound like a cool single name a single were named for a wrestler. Yeah but we still have FDR they never added like actually get a better name than that. I don't think so I think that's what it is. I? Don't like it. I'm not a fan either just call them. You know cashing dealer whatever what are their names now? I'm wisit Harwood, wheeler. Yeah and what's the first thing a data dash in cash. Cash and cash index yeah see. I don't know it's like at least they aren't doing problem powerful for Santana not much anymore. was really bad. Yeah, and I always like to Anderson and gallows better than good brothers. I don't think the good brothers was that ever even said I'm WWe TV it was like this nickname for the team now impact is called. Impacts calling them that but. It never felt like that was actually official team name but. No. But you know what? I'm okay. With just to get away from Gals Anderson I don't want to be reminded of their wwe run ever because he was just other than those first three weeks where we're looked like they might actually do something with it was just awful. Good brothers just sounds like some chummy clubhouse nicknamed not like a serious wrestling take also, and that's not it's not my favorite way to brand things is show me clubhouse stuff So. Anyway. Where was I? Oh, yeah, impact. So yeah. Anderson and gallows slash brothers. Eric Yang, heath c three, motor city machineguns. Who am I leaving out I think I'm not one other person who, oh, Gosh you would it be i? Think you are a guy. She said machine guns I got everybody. Own maybe there is one more, but I can't take whoever it is. You know it's not sack rider we should talk about him maybe we still follow it. It is his tagging partners there. Brian. Myers Aka Curt Hawkins Oh. Okay. Yep so so impact Eric. Eric just sort of back as if he never left, you know. He's a top kind of top spot. EC Three really compelling I think really compelling trying to rebrand himself and you know there's a little bit of. The cult leader Bray Wyatt Seth rollins stuff in the sense of he sang a lot of things but doesn't really add up to anything. You can listen to him in wonder because some things he says kind of contradictory but. Overall I'm like a really big fan of what he's done so far both online and on the show trying to say. There was three. There's all these accolades, all these accomplishments, and then in a roundabout way talking about what happened in it's sort of weird to say I'm not, GonNa. I'm not gonNA use that as a crutch dwell on it, but also referencing it but I do see him transitioning to something different. That is unlike Eric Young EC three is saying give me a fresh look because I'm a different person and I am choosing my destiny. The past is just A phrase, a sentence it doesn't define you. My future defines me I. think given that he was last seen sort of emasculated by running around chasing at twenty four seven title is a Goof. He's got more to give and so far like I think this is one of the best case scenarios in terms of having EC three back and impact in having him. Present himself in a new way, not all rebranding works of wrestlers and the EC three gimmick impact and TNA with Dixie Carter and all that was really well done but I think he has a chance to actually give people a reason to give them a fresh look and I think people do are willing in this era especially, the hundred sixty thousand who are watching impact right now on a w. I think they understand enough that sometimes people aren't just given a chance because of man and they take pride and giving people second chances especially if they put the time in that, EC three seems to have done to his character. So your thoughts on what you've seen with him so far. I think you see three could've walked back in the door played the all character baby face orchid when people would have given him the same chance. But I applaud him because that's just he could have done that it would have been easy form because people generally like that character were disappointed that they didn't do more of them and wwe and I think they would have been happy to see that character again but he's decided to do something completely different and I I really respect that it's one thing to reinvent yourself when you know the old hugh needs to go but this one. would be doing an impact didn't need to, but he's doing it anyway. So good for him Eric Young I'm a little bit. I'll be lighter on him only because when it comes to reinvent himself because the guys played everything there is to plan impact already. You know what? I mean. We've already kind of seen world-class maniac is it doesn't seem to be very different than world elite Eric Young. Maybe. He's just he's been so versatile comedy characters multiple. How many characters? Super Eric just all these different characters. So it's like what's left for him to do I like what they're doing with them so far so good I'm young agree. So on the motor city machineguns front and I Anderson and gallows wet act do you think is more valuable impact right now? Anderson and gallows. LONG-TERM I think the guns. It. It's cool to see them I. It's cool that they're. I don't even mind them putting them over as quickly as they did to kind of establish that things are fresh and things are different. Yeah. They tend to run out of steam quickly and maybe that's just I've seen him too much in ray of honor they just Oh, my God the blandest team I don't know what it is. They're they're fun impact they go to ring of honor and they are. freaking doll I just their characters in. It's not like they get a ton of Mike working impact that they don't get in ring of honor But yeah, there are just so much better. So I'm happy to see them but Anderson Gallon of really stood out in a good way so far away I didn't expect. Just a little bit of Mike. Work they've had they feel big time and impact they feel. Fitting of the, you know the position that they're in a and so I and believe me I would. So down on them coming out there, WWe, Ron. So it's kind of been a breath of fresh air I've been happy to see that for them. I like if you tell people Anderson and gallows or feuding with motor city machineguns on impact I, think that can add some viewers and some interest to the brand. I mean, just that's freshens up. The Tag, team division, and then you are able to use those two teams to try to elevate your existing teams create some new ones. If. You'd like to hear this show without ads and plugs interrupting. There's one thing you can do right now to make that happen and that has become a POW. 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In two minutes you can be a VIP member she'll support for us and we'll give you a lot of return including a streamlined listening experience on your iphone or android device with the ADS unplug removed. GO CHECK IT OUT POW TORTURE VIP INFO DOT COM. Before we get to restaurants because they didn't talk about that heath what. Is He Going to be in the same spot, do you see is their potential? If they reframe Kinda like not as overtly as e c three is doing it but is there more to be got not a heath. Then I got kids and I'm not supposed to be here but I snuck in I'm just. Like. Do something different with him or do you think with him it the? Who He is is so set that it would be really hard for people to watch him and take him seriously like Eric Young went from comedy figure to try to be super psycho and serious and I know Dixie. Carter, super excited Oh, Erica I, remember interviewing her about Oh Eric's all these great ideas and stuff and it was still hard to like after so many years of Eric Young being. Eric Young to take him seriously trying to be that different I sort of feel with heath he is who he, and by the way I thought you were going to be a good job with it. A little more more mad dog buzz Sawyer And so I thought it was. Semi successful in terms of a transformation but with heath it almost like it's too late to do that given what he's done so far it feels pretty. Derivative of the same thing so far I think there's more that they can be doing with Heath Miller slater just yet come up with the last name this one name stuff it it works for so few people. Yes. Cody does it but everyone just in their head things cody Rhodes anyway and there's other some works for Heath. No. So totally with you give this guy last name but he Like I was it was thanks that the setup was on raw when he went there and delivered that parameter before the match with McIntyre. That's what made me excited to see what comes next for this guy and I didn't think it was going to be some retread version of his. You're not allowed back your free agent storyline from wwe and I'm guessing it's just well, the twist will be it has a different ending. No, how about we just don't do this how about you introduced him in a different way I don't WanNa see him teaming with Ryan again have their occasional tag partner spine but impact needs stars and I know he'd slater and wwe wasn't a star. Impact is pretty much embraced who they are. Now you know they're not competing with WWe as much as they wanted to think they were at one time They're not now realistically in any major way, and so it's okay to bring in their cast-offs and position that if you do it right they can be sorted for you and I think he's one of those guys that I don't know that you're ever GonNa make your world champion but I think he should mean more than they can't even get in the door without sneaking around I. It just feels a little. Too. Much like what they did with him and wwe. Yeah Yup I agree. So Wrestler House. Reality Television. Spoof. Who Snoring too loud. Let's go have a match is this Hey, it's a pandemic. Let's let's mess around. Let's try some things. Let's not take super seriously. Let's impact has a lot of you know kind of comedy. Rest. Mid Card wrestlers in Tommy Dreamer sort of plays well off of them as. My Best Property Gig, I don't know I mean is it is it kind of harmless fun different because what else is impact on a do or do you counter and you just sign all these acts like you got all these names coming in people are taking a fresh look and you know a third of your show is something that's going to be super polarizing and some people are going to get a kick out of it and kind of enjoyed as a break from empty arena wrestling and but. In other people are GonNa think this is like really different and fun and congratulations for doing something. So different and I've seen rally shows that are this bad and they're not taking them so seriously, and so this is a fun sidebar in between what we see in the ring, like where where are you on it so far Be a pro wrestling alternative quick doing sports entertainment Silliness A-. Again just as you said, they just introduced all these names. They had good buzz coming out of Slam bursary. They had good buzz coming out of the first impact after slam verse R-, and it's not because of their wacky sports entertainment crap that they just can't avoid. It's the undead realm. It's the Tree House with the rascals. Now it's this and in fairness we've seen one episode of it I maybe it will grow on me I doubt it. It's just not for me. I know there's an audience for it but like You said I think it's polarizing and I think this is their chance. Hey, we got a little interest here. People are buzzing about these new talents we bring in and rather than just give people a good strong pro wrestling show that they're capable of delivering right now they always have to be quirky and as much as I did enjoy the broken universe i. wish it never would have happened impact because they just can't avoid it. Now, they're always doing something along those lines during the recreate that magic and it never works. Yeah like had they not added. Machine. Anderson Gallows and three and Eric Young and heath. and. You know and they still there some decent other core wrestlers who now have fresh match ups you know and Division? Yes and yes I've absolutely on Abrazos as an addition and I, that's kind of turned into a feel good story with her and. I like. Either you do wrestler House in, you edit it way down. So people know if it's not your thing, it'll be over in two minutes. Because it like this we show it was that was a lot I. don't I didn't record how many minutes but I sort of felt like they broke away from impact to show up special preview of a new zany series coming to access TV. It didn't even feel like you're watching impact after a while. So wrestler covert. House I mean what do you think? Yeah. Yeah. Well. That's A legit a whole other topic as far as that goes. So I don't know I mean I I. Like sort of a guilty pleasure I mean, I, was actually kind of enjoying enjoying the. Enjoying it in that context, but I. I seriously questioned whether with everything that they have going for them. If that's the right thing to be doing now viewership held up this week they did one, hundred, fifty, seven, thousand viewers. They did one hundred, sixty, three thousand last week coming out of slammer bursary. But it wasn't really a big Jim because they did a high fifty six thousand going into slammer bursary that said the week before that they were one, hundred, thirty, five, thousand. Among total audience so It's not like there's been like this huge jump in the last week but it's not a bad number. It's still far and away the number one show on access. TV. In terms of your ship the. The. We tell me Eddie money and Sammy Hager and Ozzy Osbourne shows aren't doing bigger numbers exactly. Yes. And the eighteen to forty nine demo they were down to a point four last week they were at point five, the previous two weeks point three that probably keep them sure that keeps them out of the top one, hundred cable cable rankings this week if if those rankings are actually charting access TV, but because impacts the only show that even as a chance to make the top fifty, they're not even including them in their in their in their chart sometimes but. So I don't know. Yeah I mean I think it backs where check it out if you have access to if access to access. You know it's on some streaming networks are not others on on Pluto and Hulu TV and sling, but not on. Youtube TV and I don't know. It's like it's one of those networks that's on some and not others but. Anthem I never understood why access had so many problems getting on cable systems and everything else under prior ownership. You've had this a while. Now we haven't seen any movement how about you like trying to get your network on simplicity? Yeah. Yeah. A great. Anything else impact how about you WANNA mention? On. It's the when they focused on wrestling. True pro wrestling not the wacky sports entertainment crap it was fine. It's. I think they have I've been enjoying the product enjoyed limited. And last week show I and if I thought well, it's one week with this wrestler House I've just seen this story before they have date they will not walk back where even if there's like backlash on this day will run this into the ground I, just seen it with the dead realm. You know as I mentioned they just once they get going on one of these wacky ideas banned it doesn't matter who likes it who does they're just gonNa just drive you nuts with that. I hope it's not as much as we saw on this week show, but the this isn't going away anytime soon if their history is any indication. 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I would go on as Austin with gallows and Anderson as a his sidekicks and reminded people that Gallison Anderson were within valor. They were with AJ styles. They were with Kenny. Omega at now as Austin is just kind of frame him that next big thing Even if you don't know now direction if they really wanted to have the good brothers as baby fences, I Eddie Edwards just doesn't scream world champion to me he I'm hoping he's transitional and and I think he is I. think that we're getting these weekly title defenses is they just know this? is going to be a short term thing anyway he's just he's Eddie Edwards. There's definitely a place on the roster on he adds something I'm happy he's not doing the crazy eddie thing anymore but just looking at him like just every like now that's that's not your world champion twenty twenty I'm sorry just shouldn't be. He's you're boring neighbor mowing the lawn who doesn't strike up a conversation with you because it's going to be boring. Yeah I. Mean I you know any good worker at he's changed his look up but. Man. When he tries to be charismatic, it's such a struggle. I don't know. Yeah I. Mean It's it's I'm with you I'd rather I'd rather go with Austin something different. I like the idea of pairing them up and. Who Besides as Austin? Who Do you think should be the priority for impact to try to elevate now that they have Eric Young and Obviously, EC three, you can move in and a, he'll or face wherever lands and take the title from Eddie Edwards and then you know Eric Young confused with them, they can try to elevate heath like but. Who Do you? Who Do you look to actually elevate? And who would get a rub from some of these? More neighboring guys who are coming in. I started doing something with the rascals I don't call them the rascals anymore I don't do the tree silliness with them that seventy show. Even, if they enjoy doing it, which I know they do I, don't care it's limiting them and I. I'm not saying they should be world champions. Singles Act but they just haven't gotten enough out of those guys. Pushing trays the guy who just his main events, which is something but the other two are really talented well, and they don't do anything with them. They lose as much as they win So those are a couple of guys that I would do something with I would. Tell Moose. It's time to stop calling yourself Moose and it's time to stop. Playing dress up and hero worship worshiping Ultimate Warrior Randy savage in whoever else in his just let's make you sort of making you the the Quirky I. Let's make you a star because I think he has that potential and I just I just go with Quinn Janaki and make a I even give him a mouthpiece. Can kind of establish that that Moses dead that characters dad this this guy means business because I think there really is something there but every time that they start to do something with him, he just loses me but getting a little too again quarry with a, he can't help himself. Looking. At the rest I want for sure about outfit compared him to a young age styles. This week against Eddie Edwards is I mean he's he's one of the rascals I mean I would do something with him he almost needs to. He he loses all this high profile matches right now. So They're almost need to be a rebuild their with him because he already speeding with lost as mad as hell because he's going after his mom then as Austin wins. Title Mashed. Daddy Edwards. He loses before that slam adversity. He's in that Mash and these these the long shot but he's got a shot and this is great and then he's the first guy limited he's just. They they don't book him well and. But I think I. I'm three guys in the rascals believe it or not I actually think he's the least. He's the guy that I would be focused least on i. think there's something there with Lynch. As a singles. desma Xavier's guy that they've done some things with in the past it I just kind of cooled off on them for whatever reason but yeah I mean I think Willie. Mac is a good role player rich law now that he's healthy should be a real player in that company and then I think he will be I think that and then. You know that's kind of been. The problem there just isn't a lot beyond that I may be forgetting somebody but and for the love of God, get Katie. Forbes off my television. This is just trash. This is stupid I'm not easily offended and I'm not offended but I don't you want families kill children to watch your television show. What is this? All right. Let's let's shift to close out here with wwe. Since we recording are coming out with their financials. Neither of you have had a chance to do neither of US have had a chance to do a deep dive on it but I do see that they're touting that the wwe network average paid subscribers declined one point five percent. To one point six, six, million. While ending paid subscribers decreased six percent to one point six, nine, million. This is how they put it marking the first quarterly increase. Since the fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen. That's a lot to take it but the average subscribers up, but they lost enough during the quarter to actually be down six percent but they put that in between the one point, five percent of tiny increase. But an increase they throw the little nugget in that. Well, we ended up six percent down, but it's the first quarterly increase in terms of average since the fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen. Okay. Clever phrasing. Aside, you know whatever they're trying to do there I think that's actually like really good news for them because the idea that they haven't had a big drop in network subscribers compared to where they were. You know a year ago I mean to me I was bracing. For, something a lot worse than that. I mean, they have just dotted lines across north American ticket sales in two thousand twenty. It quarter to which is. Understandable. Consumer Product Licensing. down. Even, ECOMMERCE is up in two thousand, nineteen in the quarter to six point six. Million in at did twelve point six, million. So they're selling merchandise online and Parkas people aren't buying their stuff. How shows I guess. But to me like that trump's out is there wasn't this huge collapse in network subscriptions again, compared to same period last year. Yeah I. I was surprised to see that it's about as far as I've been able to make it in the reading the report so far. But Yeah I was surprised to see that as well. I thought they might be below the one point five mark or something but I, I never want to give them too much credit without doing a real deep dive into the numbers because they have been known to be able to create if Wade. So we'll see we'll have to see. No totally I mean you know they're they're touting their revenue at the top of the report. And touting the free network. And then touting average paid subscribers being with the decline when you get to the end of the end of the quarter. And again, a six percent drop by the end of the quarter. If the average was higher means that there was probably some curiosity for us a mania. And that led to increase the cinematic matches or whatever, and they didn't hold them and by the end of the three months later when pandemic reality really kicked on people's budgets and the empty arena atmosphere. Then, they're down six percent. So it's down to one point, six, nine, million that's not under one point five million that is not a complete collapse, and so you can see wwe looking at having access to this on a day to day week to week basis and thinking we gotta keep doing cinematic matches and being really creative whether it's climbing the corporate ladder money in the bank or the swamp match whatever they do with a fiend and Braun I think they're they're probably. Their belief internally is probably that's what's keeping us going and they talk about. In the press release from glancing at it, you know about being more crea- having to be more creative. Than they might otherwise because of. COVID, and that they're just running business a little differently creatively. So yeah, the company is continuing to adapt its business to the changing environment with a focus on enhancing the production of content in furthering fan engagement I don't know what furthering fan engagement means at all but certainly, they are enhancing the production of content. If we're to take that corporate, speak extrapolate anything from it, which is. Enhancing the production of content by having cinematic post produced matches. and. Over over time adding plexiglas and mass people banging on during shows. On that. Four. Minutes to call into this call the. Ban Put a spin on things that should be interesting I. Do you WanNa Finish plug for your stuff? I can do it quickly. Yes. Check out a pro wrestling dot net. That's the place to go. We're updating the site as often as possible live coverage of raw smackdown Awa dynamite annexed t and we have older shows covered in one form or another. 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The LG Network Presents: Brad Behavior with Brad Goreski

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The LG Network Presents: Brad Behavior with Brad Goreski

"Hey guys did. Following podcast is a lady gang network and podcast one production which means it's GonNa be awesome from the red carpet to the runway. TV personality styles to the stars of author. Brad Gretzky gets undressed candid interviews with other celebs and friends each weekday contemplate and celebrate fashion pop culture and life's random surprises. This is Rad behavior with Brad. Gretzky happy Wednesday everybody. Thanks for tuning into Brad behavior with me. Brad Eski on the Lady Gang Network. I have such a good Brad's best for you this week. I think you're going to lose your minds at how random it is. So let's get right into it number five while this one's actually not very random it should have actually been in the first week and it should have been number one but anyway here it is on the third week. You'RE GONNA WANNA go out and buy it. It's my husband Gary Jannati's New York Times bestselling book. Do you mind if I cancel. If you haven't picked picked up this book yet. You need to go and get it. It is so funny it is so heart warming. It has been so well reviewed. She made it onto into the New York Times bestseller list. Honey that's how good it is. We're so proud of him A lot of people have been asking me online. Does he read the audiobook. Yes he does and people have been loving it so you can go on any place where you want to buy a book Amazon audible all of those good places and and you can get yourself a copy of do you mind if I cancel by Gary Jannati. If you don't have yours already number four Timothy Timothy Shallow may just Timothy Xiaomei just on his own yeah because he has been on a lot of red carpets. Recently promoting the the king I believe the show is called and his style is just dreamy. I don't know what else to say. You know he's also a very attractive young young man but I have to say he wears clothes that. Make me so happy hater. Ackerman Louis Vuitton Giovanni all kinds of incredible designers and really really really interesting colors cuts fabrics. He wears a boot. He's got those curls goes out he's got that fresh skin I just love his style. I find it very aspirational. Well feel. He's very malleable. You know what I mean. You know. Malleable of course like he just kind of like he can do so much. Yeah I feel like for me I mean I feel like I would fit in one area. I don't know how flexible I don't know. What will looks like he kind of? Looks like a superhero. Who Okay? Well I'll take it been my fashion's only SPANDEX. Obviously what with guns like that. It's gotTa find you've got to have a problem finding shirts to go over that people. Are you going to gym class after this aerobics. No I'm just just trying to find something to fit my arm. That's yes timothy shallow. May I feel like some of the the slimmer silhouettes might be a little difficult for you to pick pull off however you might be able to draw some inspiration from his color Palette. That's true from his use of and incorporation of beating beating into his wardrobe. Okay definitely the silhouettes maybe take an accessory or to deal boot. Yeah with A. He'll know that's what I need right writing down Timothy Charlemagne. He's one of my favorites on the red carpet and I also really enjoy his acting. But if you haven't had a look at some of his recent red carpet looks please do yourself a favor and look him up. especially if you're looking for some fashion inspiration. Should I find him very inspirational number. Three the great British baking show. Everybody's favorite. Do you watch it. Oh you do oh. I found something that will watch some not as much as most people. Yes I've watched it. It's like a cultural phenomenon right now it is such a treat it it makes me feel like there is hope for humanity. It's so interesting too because you get so so invested in not only who you want to win and who you like. which kind of changes? Week to week because there are only so many things you can control. Obviously obviously when you're baking it and I honestly do not know how they do it under such time constraints room but the thing that amazes me the most is that everybody works so hard to win a plate. That's dedication like there's no. There's no cash prize. There's you got the title title of Star Baker and a plate flowers but that's it isn't but if it's truly you're passionate if it's truly what you love. It's not about the money. It's not about the fame but in America on a game show. It's about the cash prize in the UK. It's about bragging rights switched British. People don't really brag that much don't they though very polite way to sort of like underhanded way you know I feel like you know I'm part part of the Commonwealth is well. I'm Canadian so we kind of like shy away from too much attention except for those of us with our own podcast. The the great British baking show check it out and you'll be obsessed and watch every single season. We're always so sad went. ooh I just realized we have. One episode laughed of the Holiday Edition that they just dropped on net flicks. So that's what I'll be doing tonight. Number two is is fleece just the entire world of fleas. The idea of the idea of fleas the idea of like a fleece comforter from Lincoln I have fleece pants that I wear at home. Who I have fleas? ZIP UPS Pajama Pants. They're the best. Yeah it's it's flea season people. If you haven't embraced it I why got really. It's nice now in L. A. Because it's eighty like seventy five eighty degrees during the day but at night it really cools down to a solid like fifty. Maybe we're very cold and very nice. Really Cold Yes. And we need our fleas for that so fleece I'm just a you know I feel like it's part of my Canadian heritage. It's part of WHO I am and Fleece Canadian flag. No but I could get one week blanket. Yes yeah I feel like my sister could hook me up with something like that. 'cause whenever she comes to visit me she'll bring me something that's like like a Toronto may not trying to maple leaf. Toronto Blue Jays baseball hat. Or she'll bring me. I think the last t shirts she brought me which I do actually wear to bed with my least pants. It says something like proud to be Canadian on it or something like that so she always brings me me like some sort of very Canadian item of clothing so Mandy I I would appreciate some Fleece Pajama Pants. Maybe with Canadian flags all over over them or just a Canadian flag fleece blanket. Christmas is coming right up. Southcenter podcast one offices that's And my number one. This week is less cars EP. This summer have you listened to it not yet but I do like her okay. Yes she's also Canadians. Very Canadian. Canady while Haman wealthy we've got the Brits in there we've got Canadians in there. No Australians. This week I could have said maybe. My album of the week was Kylie Minogue. Okay but it's not celestial Kara who is Canadian So her EP has called this summer. They're like six songs songs on it and I wish there were twenty more. It is the perfect fall listening. Like every we single song just makes you want to either cut up with somebody or are you know. Make yourself a cup of tea or hot CIDER or where you're fleece you know. pull out that cinnamon cinnamon. Oh my God bread behavior by the cinnamon in general. Yeah Brad behavior is brought to you by cinnamon and fleece but check it out. If you haven't listened to it yet. My favorite is what's on on your mind as track number two and the song October. Even though it's November we can still listen to a song call. October is amazing. So let's see a car this summer her EP. Check it out Also check out. I think Tanya and I are going to be going to see her on tour when she comes here So check out a less your car at the summer. Her E. P. Alright. So that is Brad's best for this week. Coming up next my instagram I am crush nick. Vile Hi everyone. I'm here with a very special friend. Who became a friend through through podcasts? Actually I mean we'd met each other at Iheart and had like Kinda seen each other around but we did scrubbing in with. I'm I'm Tanya and Becker and their Nikkan I liked clicked and neck actually slid into my. DM's there's there's no hesitation. No Nick really decided to me and said the sweetest thing. which was you said that you had watched the Rachel Zoe project with an ex girlfriend of yours and Really liked my style. We're happy that we met basically. Yeah I mean you were my fashion muse. I remember watching it and I knew nothing about the show. Show my my My girlfriend watched it. And you were the star of that show. I do remember that and you know I didn't know what I was watching that's debatable. That's my humble opinion. Confirm an outsider. You know it's like I was the person who didn't know what I was watching but I remembered you right so take that for what you will. Thanks thanks next I remember I liked your style. I was a kid growing up in the Midwest I was always into fashion in the Midwest. It was like you know if you're into fashion and there needs to be label gay or metrosexual and I was always like well. Why do you know and so I just always thought you always enjoyed your style thing? I remembered you for that. Did you know at that time. That I didn't identifies metrosexual. You're gay well. That was a day it was like you have to be one of the other. I don't that kind of phrases. died has not not metro-sexuals. instagram killed the Metro Sexual. Because I feel like everybody won't for males I think now why guess maybe one good thing thing with social media is that You know no matter what your sexuality I think it's become such a good platform for guys to express their style home and who they are and maybe make money off of it like a lot of other people who like wear stripes. I'm wearing stripes right now. I put my sweatshirt on and now I'm like really really hot because I I really wanted to be pretty for you today neck and I'm like I'm not today's not like my prettiest I don't know I mean I'm looking at your face. I mean I know you're in a fashion. Yeah no no fish and we talk about your workout regimen. Yeah I'll actually Full Disclosure I. I went to a yoga class before this because I was feeling a little off Center for Awhile and my Yoga I go to see one yoga teacher. Her name's Ari. She's at my gym and she is sees me and she's like Oh my God. I'm so happy to see you. You look really skinny. You've lost your plank arms. I was like more war teacher trying to get you into signing up for another. I was like devastated. I mean I haven't you haven't posted any of your like on the bed in your underwear showing joining us for APPs photos and a while. So maybe you've lost it you've you're that's hold on. I posted one over New York fashion week. which was your very rian shaped September? I said this is like your your little older than me. You've I am. I just turned thirty nine just first of all we need to get into that but I take great. Pride in aging gracefully has done. You have done just just as well. I have good genes number one right. I will say my mom and my well. I haven't seen my dad and two years but I'm assuming he looks really good but my mom looks great. My mom looks fantastic and This is the thing I don't smoke anymore. I quit many many years ago. Fifteen certain ever never. Oh me smoking so bad for you. But it's like kind of amazing which is why it's highly addictive. My GRANDPA NAPA died of Emphysema. When I was young first memory visit? Young child is seeing. My grandfather live on an oxygen tank. So that Kinda that will do it. I mean that's I mean unless Elissa took that as an exit I ran track in high school and college and it seemed counter intuitive to smoke cigarettes and and writing run to I throw throw up. You know what activity what sports activities. I didn't high school zero. I gotTa know from my doctor Saying was true that I hadn't activity activity induced asthma. And so I got doing any business during high school. Well you're Gret it. Yes do you WanNa know why all the boys at least what was I thinking and if I could do all over again first of all high school Brad was definitely not as savvy as like Brad now because I was so locked up in the drama department with all the FREAKS and Geeks and eight up up there eight in the stairwell. It did like you know all the things that you do when you're bullied and I. I got out of gym class because I I should have like like. I should have just made friends with the jocks. It was like a big mistake. What was I thinking? I was upstairs with all the drama geeks. Now it's probably fine you might have. You might've you've metaphorically blown your load peaks early so to speak not actually birds. That might that might have been the point but you were bullied in school to now I wanted in in The middle school was I was I was I mean for the Muslim alive I was very fortunate in part of the quote unquote the in crowd but there was a two year period of my life where in middle school I was aggressively picked on for being gay so as are used of being for being gay what under the I mean for me the the when I was being accused of being gay for me it was somebody saying my like revealing my ultimate secret that I was trying to hide and not doing a very good job at what was it for you on the flip side of that because it's obviously not something that you were trying to hide so what was it was it was interesting it was Like seventh seventh grade so I mean I don't know for sure but I'm at right at the point where you start going through puberty and you you know I grew up in the Midwest and it all started because I was. I had this girlfriend in the sixth grade and by girlfriend. I mean like we call each slur boyfriend and girlfriend but that was that was the extent of our relationship with my friend at the time was on the baseball team. Then mean girl broke up. It was like but he's dating her because he was jealous of that past relationships bullying me but I what I'm saying is I didn't really have a clear definition or I I well I wasn't sexual person at that point. I was straight great in the sense that I didn't have I wasn't indigo girls or guys you know. I don't have this. Yeah fine memories so at the time it was kind of a trigger for bullying and being called gay and so it was at the point of my life where like I don't really know what I was. I didn't give it any thought so the time when I was I was picked on so early for being gay but as a young kid I always liked to dance. I I played sports. I did all traditional guy things but I always was a stylish and I always liked to dance and and and I was. There was a good year where I was constantly told. I was gay by like some of the other popular kid. Seventh grade's their IRA. I vividly remember asking myself myself. I don't maybe I am right like I didn't really a re at at its worst in terms of bullying was like everyone's is calling me gay. Then maybe I'm gay right and it wasn't until I was like you know like a year later I got more in in in. You know it didn't last long and it was just like no one's boob. I'm really into that. You communing interaction this. Is You know so but there was A. It was a troubling time. Just because I was there was real fear of of wondering if I was great. SORTA kinda believing the bully so to speak right was a weird time. But I've ever really remember it. Well those are also see I. I wasn't so much which I I wasn't. I find that so interesting because I that wasn't my experience like my experience was so much as somebody who knew. I knew that I was pretty sure I knew I was gay at. I knew I liked. I looked I knew I looked at guys in a different way and I tried to. I had a girlfriend Her name was Chris as she was blonde. And she was really pretty in seventh grade aid and But I was also in love with my seventh grade teacher Mr Buyers at the same time I still remember him. He was really cute. He had a mustache. He let me barbecue. You one day at school. Yeah I thought it was like the hottest thing ever and he was also like a part time gym teacher match but I refuse to class. I took Jim in seventh and eighth grade. It was once I got to high school but our gym teacher. Mr Rose does. Mr Buyers isn't going to teach I'M NOT GONNA go basically Mr Rose didn't have a moustache so I didn't go but I It felt like I was trying to. I was trying to cover up or hide my big secret but I was like obviously at some point. I just decided that I would deal with it in the way that I could and I I never did get beat up in school. People threatened to but I never ever got beat up in school cool so I never experienced the physical side of it that I know a lot of people do a lot of. LGBTQ PEOPLE DO I'm really grateful for that but do you. You feel like 'cause I definitely feel like the bullying kind of doesn't leave you in a way For me it didn't leave. Do you feel like it ever kind of I don't. I don't know like that. One year was intense but at the same time it was also brief right right. So I I've you probably experiencing More extreme level than I did for a longer period of time and then like when I was in high school like those kids went to a different high school and I did and you know part of the quote unquote in crowd. So I'm sure that I listen I I'm sure there's parts of it. I don't know what in terms of how it's affected me but I do still remember vividly. I think too that part. Maybe I think it's always helped me I I like. I like to understand people who are different than me I have a lot of gay friends of always you know. I've always been extremely in my adult life secure with my sexuality in terms of I've never were. We're like if ever especially in the public eye of someone said Oh. I wonder if knicks gay for being singles long or having gay friends or even united going out or being affectionate or like flirting on her instagram. Comments like I don't really care or think or worried about if someone thinks anything of me. I'm very secure with my sexuality. I know what I am. I think maybe going through that at a young age and being bullied for it only to be confident in my sexuality has really. I survived that if you want to say You know and it didn't kill me. Obviously it wasn't going to but it just kind of made me confident of me like I know what I am and it's fine and everyone like if someone wants to think something million great I don't I don't really care and I kind of take pride in that and and you know I don't run from a that you know I could if I want if I wasn't secure for example gamble being my age and being part of Batra nation and being the guy in some circles who's kind of notorious for being unlucky in love you know there's been like oh well wonder won't maybe he's single for a reason maybe guy and I don't really care if there's a small section of people just because you and I go around you know we'll joke and and have sarcastic comments and show affection to a friend just because they're a friend well also wherever I've told you this before that if you were ever to announce that you were our gateway which I know you're not but if you were ever to announce you were gay and I saw you with somebody else I would go crazy literally go and you'll be the first to now I would be so like the worst contestant on the bachelor like I would just be unraveling in crying screaming. My husband knows this as well when I said I was coming over here to do a podcast with you. He said Tell Nick I said hi and I said I never ever say your name and his presence because I feel like it takes a little bit of the life away you know. I think I could've made a good day. You One thousand percent could have made a great gay. I really love this. I had no idea that this was a part of your see. I don't know I don't know neck from the bachelor like at all. I've never seen you on the bachelor so when people say that we're friends they say things about you though like I don't I don't know like what just that you were actually comes from my sister. Share that he was like kind of like an a hole on the show. Oh he wasn't very nice Yada Yada Yada and I'm like but I don't know that I don't know bachelor neck. Did she say that to be. That's thou. She remembers me from the show. Yeah or that's how I was and then I that's how she remembers you from the show as she watched all the seasons I was on. I'll have to ask her. I cannot confirm or deny that. But I'M GONNA say they probably yes because my sister loves the bachelor. Wow Yeah so even on paradise and when I was a bachelor she's still thought a whole I think so maybe it was. Maybe it was just from Um your first season I mean I had an interesting time People people always had strong opinions about me one way or the other and I certainly wasn't a traditional cast remember how so I mean most of it's kind of silly when you say they had allowed but in that world there's like again if your sister's dire best defense offense she watched it over the years and Bashar nation washes it with like kind of certain unwritten rules. Lovely things you should or shouldn't do within that world like there's a fantasy suites right. I don't know that but that's where you're supposed to like be intimate if you are going to be intimate right. which is bizarre? When you say it like I would only want to go to the fantasy suite and I was kind of a you know I was considered the villain the first season because the villain? That's that's what she said we're like I was the first first season I was on. I was considered the villain because I was just like. I don't know I actually liked the girl and the guy is at the time or kind of a little bit jealous and I wasn't like I wasn't abro right right. You know I was like Oh he's you don't WanNa talk to her final fucking daughter again Ryan in that world. It's no you're supposed to in that world be like. Hey Man. I've had my time go make out with my girlfriend and in that world viewers would be like what a gentlemen. Oh my God. He's like the nicest guy I've always wanted. A guy who was is like super cool with me like making out with his buddies. And that's that's how you became a fan favorite and I was like fucked up man. I don't know I I find it very. I don't know why I have never watched the bachelor. I'm surprised I will say I didn't I on the show but it's it's good TV. They asked me to come on once and style. Some people for sure of in some capacity but I didn't watch the chassis would have been a good show too gone tone on it was it was entertaining really. Is that Hannah. She's good. Yeah people like Hannah. I think Thanh Tony really liked Hannah and was the guy's name Tyler. was that his name Tyler handsome devil. Everyone's it really upsets me when I see you guys together on instagram. I'm just GONNA say that I haven't seen him in a while How what any other critiques Instagram Should I? Should I stop or keep doing anything. I shouldn't keep doing no. I Miss Painting with Nick. Yeah I'm GONNA bring them back cooking with networking with I really enjoy cooking with neck I always just lose my apron. Yeah anything the general premise is is. You don't want to stay in your shirt right. What about your actual flash though battle? He'll gotcha no shouted out nothing. No tied Pan. grease-stained isn't scar. You know like but it won't you can't get out fucking shirt that much. I'm not allowed to eat shirtless in my house is an Gary role which you otherwise. Don't be don't usually eat shirtless. You Cook shirtless than that. Put a shirt on and e- as far as the grandma is concerned. Yes so I did some super sleuth work on your instagram. The other day I made a really good connection because I saw dressed impressed that I was very familiar. You you recognize the dress the brand so it said clean plates. I think Clean Clean Plate Club and there was a photo. Oh of a blurry which I have to say with a white eight asymmetrical kind of neckline dress with one like one strap here. One unstrap here more exaggerated than the other and it was by designer named Jack Emma Snoop and it was worn hours before I I an actress that I'm also friends with named Rachel Bill set. Were you having dinner with her. I was and she cleans her plate interesting. You guys just like hang out and say hi to each other like we hung out and her friends were there to And then my friends Nicole Nicole there. Yes Nicole interesting to people list. Nicole don't just say yes I was there. Well you knew you know so. Rachel knows my actual hometown almost better than I do. Because Hayden's farm is an oxbridge which is next door to the town yeah. She told me she was going but she knows like nuts about chocolate. She knows she knows like the whole my whole home town which we liked from. Yeah Oh interesting. Which is it always blows my mind that Rachel Belsen knows Port Perry Ontario? I'm like go in and see my mom like my mom still works in Port Perry. ooh Yeah you should go if you go there. Go in and visit my mom Debbie Gretzky. I don't feel like if I were to travel with rich. I probably wouldn't go there. Well we've been the reason why she's is there. Why would you? Where would you go? I don't know maybe nowhere. Terrace IHEART radio. I'm not a part of IHEART. Speaking of I know that you are with podcast. One I am congratulations. Thank you you just Recorded episode like fifty two. I did with with a I do it with cast. podcast one to me down lies true when when was this. That's right. It was my decision. I don't meeting at the time at a different manager. At the time I but They wrote they were. They never got back into my manager and then she bugged him firm response and now that I wasn't like I didn't know what I wanted to do but it was. We Love Musgrave but I feel like we just have too much We're not really looking for that Type of show which I didn't even know what type of show I wanted to do that. Well look who's winning now know twice a week so I swing one of the top podcasts. You keep looking at me anything. I'm a competitor for the first Yahweh. Wills like the nicest human being I all I see is your face and I see the podcast. One people say yeah right but you can only feel that way if you a didn't then have a super successful podcast. It's all it's all fine it's funded joke. It's it's light motivation you know. Of course you find ways to motivate yourself a competitive person in your podcast. If they don't know I was the first male game we're the first male got a lot of guys by the way I do and I was the first male gas asks. You're and you're my first male guessing very much. Yeah I am the reason why you were my first male gas is because I thought you could offer a different perspective than could you know straight white male friends who like an my perspective was really different. Because I've never seen the bachelor but we didn't even really talk too much about a little bit a little bit. I just told you how Sassy I would be if I was one of those barrels. Can you were very entertaining. It's called vile files at It's generally a podcast cast that we we talk a lot about relationships and dating which on twice a week every Monday we we actually take calls from from listeners. Who have relationships problems uh-huh and I and I tell them what I think? People seem to like my advice but I'm not a professional but people seem to enjoy the direction I offer and then I have of Generally guests on Wednesday and we usually talk about life and whatever they wanNA talk about it and we're always we talk about things like attachment styles or You know ah guest this week or last week. It'll be I don't know in this episode drops but we have this We head writer. Liz Plan could talked about masculinity in men. She this whole study and then meanest sometimes we have guests like Bradford. I don't talk whatever we want I know and they like to get into the nitty gritty and A lot of relationship type of stuff. But we're not we're not limited related to that and we just try to have interesting thoughtful conversations and I generally liked to talk about things that people sometimes are afraid of talking about. You know. I feel like you're dating advice to actually really good Thanks yeah like on your on your instagram. It's like so it's it's like exactly the way that I am with my girlfriends or my guy friends when they're like going on and on and on it's like one sentence I mean which is like I think the other day somebody it was like he the guy that I liked like checked all the boxes on the list that I had and then we broke up. You're like right another list what. I actually had a similar question this this weekend questions and they're gonNA instagram shameless plug and my answer. Was You can't fall in love with a checklist that's right. Yeah Yeah I mean sometimes when it comes a day advise as I mean yes I do. I'm I'm kind of good at shifting to the bullshit part of IT IS I. I'm not invested in these questions. That thing sometimes friends are really bad giving advice because they don't want to hurt your feelings feelings that you can take it. People tend to project their own bullshit on what they're dealing with And you know we're all looking for some Directness directness and so usually people. When they're you know most the answers I find when it comes to dating relationship are driven by one of two things ego in boredom? You know either. You're doing something because you're bored right and that's the root of it or you're doing something because you have a bruised ego and you don't WanNa you're doing it because you're trying to fill this void of like you know. Think getting over a guy who cheated on you and it takes forever it over them. Usually because there's there's like two stages of it there's getting over the fact that you were cheated on right and then there's getting over the relationship Ryan when you're down you spend the first half of that of just accepting the fact that you cheated on. How could anyone cheat on you? Then you do then you have to like more than the loss and then figuring that out right. That's both be mortem Amigo. It surreally quite simple when you think I feel a book coming on. I have a podcast so much myself. Read Really No. You've got to strike on the irons. Hot Connect the iron is hot. Hot Hot yeah. Hopefully I mean I'm not a good writer. Get a ghost ghost. Yeah that sounds like a sexual term. We could make it one ghost ghost. You definitely don't want to be ghosted. ghosted no is a ghost e maybe it goes it could be you like really great sex but you never you never have the only do it one he goes. What did you have sexist ghost ghost? I'm I'm figuring it out but there's something there it's good get back to me when you figure it out announce that to your close friends. Okay so since Nick Nick and I kinda bonded over fashion and he asked me to take him shopping and I of course said yes. I feel like this when we really consummated our friendship. I think so too four. It was more of a was on. The periphery clearly. We're like fans of each other and attracted to each other as people can't basically ass you on a date you can and it was great so it was. It was kind of in my mind I was like I'm going on a date with neck. He wants me to take him shopping and he was like. I just need to get some new outfits fits but it worked out and then you told me that pleats were back in. I did your pleats were back in. We got you a printed the. Here's the rewarding thing for me. It was that you were like your outfits almost right away totally. Why like wearing new things? Yes I think. He wore something out of the store to. I often do that. Ah Not cool. No I'm I'm obsessed with that. Yeah I'm wearing this out. Yeah I mean there are times where I'll like I feel like I can't I don't I don't have any clothes you know. There's nothing this is really sparking. My Fashion Pallet. Yes reluctantly get dressed for the day. Not Loving what I what a lot I think to myself walk. I'll just go buy something for tonight. You know and I will often be like no no no. I'm wearing this. I'm here because I'm wearing it out so just put my old old shitty closed. I currently Heynen this back and I'll walk out and always usually have a tag somewhere to take always do you. Is there anything thing. You're obsessed with right now and guys close guys fashion men. You know. That's where you kind of go a cut above me I I I was I I kind of. I'm a creature of habit so I I don't stress limits too much. You know what I've been really into recently especially over the summer was the short sleeve kind of And we bought the red the All Saints. It was white with black dots shirts like that. I have a about another one from coupons. That was more or of a Paisley us at the design. Kind of like a camp collared shirt and so like just almost like there's kind of like a combination of old man short sleeve button ups like slash Rockstar. Yeah type in a little bit of Greece. Sir Yeah and I kind of been into those and Ah the night put like these like these pleaded pants or jeans and like a Jean Jacket over it. People get very shocked on my instagram. When I wear a pleated pan? Yeah they WANNA know why I please back and I would prefer please you. I don't know if I prefer but you told me they were in and then I was like I really liked that and I I these plates that are out. There seemed to be tall. And so like even these these are. They're not capris. But they're they're cropped cropped yet right so my ankles wrinkles are showing. I liked that style when I said they write up a little high. And then you know for example in Middle America's listening actually rather watching my pockets because you can watch it a little bit. You know they write up McGuire Nick wearing capris. They don't understand cavs. I might have show. I have great legs but That's that's I'm I'm embracing the pleat I'm obsessed with Denham Denham addiction. What kind though any kind I just? I'm I'm still in. I'm nerve an ongoing search for the perfect fitting jeans. Sometimes I feel like I find them. I have very muscular legs and I have A. I'm going to be honest. I have a great asset. You do. I was going to say that I discovered that at the Grove Especially for a white guy very unassuming great but yeah but the problem is is i. You know have their muscular and they're slightly for you as a thirty anyone waste my waist in my thought is there seems. There's a conflict of interest. Yeah we call that in the Gay Community the Gift From God. Okay mall ways thick legs and a beauty that you crazy. It's I have a lot to fill in in these genes so she's sometimes it can be really challenging to find great fitting jeans. That aren't too bagging out. Don't slide off my waist so you need some with a little bit would've stretch a little bit but I find sometimes they stretched too much. Do you do a vintage denim. Sometimes I don't like yeah I mean I have a lot. I really like a rag and bone. Thank you you're welcome. How'd you know I just know? How'd you now toby slang But also sometimes you can find a really good gene like For Sixty bucks like top man. I this one pair of top man genes that they're they're kind of I always like I'll I wear a while and then I'll be like I don't WanNa wear these because you know they were cheap. Not because they were cheap. Because I feel like I've I've I've invested three thousand dollars and all that other genes I feel. I should give them a run for their the money. Go back to the top man and they're they really are reliable. Can I give you some bad news right now. I taught me it's fucking closing down and I don't shop up online gone. It's gone gone. I'm pissed yeah all of our memories. I know we went there and I I I will not buy online. Why because they don't want to return things neck? I don't I hit a coordinator Roller Skating night. But you don't know how to return on do it. I won't do so. You just slap a label back on the box and drop it. Nothing gives me more anxiety. I understand I have interns through it for me so I never returned in my own. Oh my God it's I understand the anxiety true. I would bet that does bring. Why did they do that it just because that's why do they A? They're not out of business. That is close the retail. Now they really went out of business. Top Man's is gone They closed all their North American stores. Yeah I'm really disappointed. Even if you if when you are dating somebody or you have a girlfriend. What are you buying them? What do you mean like if there's like a situation situation where you are going to buy a gift for someone you're dating? What do you buy like? What is your Go-to well? My love language is not guess gifts coming all package. Yeah well I will say to that point I like to put some thought into it. I don't like buying my love so it's so it's not about the money so if I really find something I wanna give someone and it costs money a great but it's not about the money it's more about. I wanted them to know I put thought into it right so hopefully it's something that's relates to them. I mean like sometimes like if I'm GonNa get you flowers it's not on Like an occasion. It's not GonNa be on anniversary or holiday. You're going to get fired from from me on Tuesday it's Tuesday it's just like I knew you had a bad day or something happened and it might be like I send you flowers for that thing but it's not as a gift aft of like wild flowers because like fuck it I can't think of anything else. Right right Riley mailing it Gotcha. So I guess I just want them to know I put some and thought into it but you don't do like the sexy lingerie like by myself. Sexy lingerie no. Give me listen. It takes talk timing but do you are you that Kinda guy or no no I would never. I don't think I would have never have her would Kabaya girl lingerie for. Is that just something that guys do on like soap operas. I Dunno more selfish. Maybe I mean no one's ever bought Well actually I have actually had a couple of guys by like when I was younger by like sexy underwear for me to if if a girl says I want you to buy me lingerie for my birthday and then I guess I would but I've never had a girl asked me that and I think there's a reason why because it's kind of one of those things that like you Kinda by your own because you wear it for yourself. Oh for if a woman's getting it for a guy she's doing because she wants to surprise him and I feel like the implication of like I could be wrong but like you're buying you buy laundry if your girlfriend. It's like I'm happy birthday. Here's something I want to ask you in right now. I don't know maybe not like a gift for you. I don't know that makes sense. I I have never done that. may never been asked to get me to suit me laundry. Keep me posted on that and on that note I you know okay so I closed every interview by asking people you you know I feel like I also late between being really grateful for things and also being really tired so what are was something. You really grateful for something that you're like super retired of questions. What am I grateful for? It's like you've gone to crack cafe. Gratitude the waiter wants to say before you order your macrobiotic bowl. What your rate before that a thing yes? Have you been to cafe gratitude. Nick we have to go. Do you like this would be so annoyed that way to me and tell me like what are you doing. Great Cute is giving my noodles. Well they're are there also like Zucchini noodles. But I'm grateful. I don't have to deal with your condescending question when I leave this place. That's so they'll ask you if you want to know what the question of the day is and and it will be something like you know what. What's the last you know? Where's the wits the last way you expressed gratitude or something like that and I'm like I just I don't know now I kind of just want my blue plate special but anyway what are you? What am I grateful for? I'm grateful for Family my parents I. I have a very lucky individual. You know big picture. I am grateful for I think Humility in the sense is that you know. I've had a very lucky life. But even like talk about the bachelor of being the villain or things not going. I'm grateful for things not always going the way I want to even even though a very lucky person but thankfully I haven't always got what I want and the moment for example not being rejected by podcast one. I'm grateful for that that over this. We've finally come about. I'm not over. I'm not over but I am grateful for healing. You Know Butt. Ah It's a sometimes you think about social. Sometimes it's if we are saturated with compliments and people filling us with a false sense of confidence can really. Ah We can be very unselfish aware moment so I think I'm safe. I'm grateful for those moments of humility and one of my tire of. Ah I am tired of of false humility nice. I like the people who pretend to be humble and and also. I'm tired of people to Kim complaining about everything. It's a lot of complaining going around. I I I saw a post that Demi Levato auto went to Israel and then she had to both apologize for going Israel and then apologized for apologizing. You know I you know. Apparently she went and then I get it like. She's a worldwide celebrity and I understand this conflict in the Middle East but like some of her Muslim fans weren't had a issue at that and and then some of her Jewish fans than haddish there it was just like I think she just WanNa trip man get sober well and I feel like yeah. We're always complaining man and everyone has a platform and a voice and I understand like progress is a great thing and and I think we're having that but sometimes we need chill out too. I agree with that as well. Yeah totally sometimes we in the stunt progress by like you know now in this kind of like what is culture of Cell Culture Cancer Culture works. Just yeah it's just. I Love David pels new standup or is this. Like I was so finding was he a great perspective and a lot of people even critical of that where it was just like if you say anything. You're risking everything right true because like anyone can be offended offended these days about something you say even when we talk there's probably five moments there in this episode. I thought to myself I wonder if someone's GonNa take exception with that in so offended ended by this whole podcast. Truly you want you. Can you know and we also live in a in a society that people don't people don't believe facts anymore they just believe flu-like right and in the moment we just decide like who can stay who has to go. Yeah yeah it doesn't really matter what you can prove. It just matters what you like more popular life. There's a popularity contest these days. It is anyway you can follow me Nick. Vile on instagram and engagement rate could really use the bump. I I feel like your engagement rate is fine first of all it's okay. I posted a really thirsty photo yesterday. And it really underperformed now. We are in the bachelor off season. I feel like them has been wildly wildly annoying. It's wildly annoying You know anyways I have to ask you you before just before we wrap this up. You posted something that you took down. Why I I my manager? Are you kidding me. This is my manager. It was for my birthday. And here's the thing I didn't quite like it. It felt years why I it was the straw that broke the camel's back but when I posted it it was two photos of myself one in a very very nice uth exceed. Oh Yeah my birthday. And then I I I took a selfie underwear and slide show up and you were sweaty. I was sweating. I think the combination really through my manager off a little bit. I don't know but I will say I I. You know I believe in trusting your gut so to speak and I asked like I asked for his opinion because like it didn't feel right to me when I was a slight back and forth. It was like I don't really feel like I can post this but what kind of ruining it was all about the cabinet. Because I'd like birthday suit and my manager is all like paranoid about brands thinking it was too aggressive and it was totally fine but I just kind of took it and I did it because ultimately I don't like the Combo I didn't feel like you know well we did and on that note. Thank you very much coming in neck. I appreciated I appreciate your time. I appreciate your friendship and I appreciate you Teaching me that the people that I were afraid of high school could be really nice guys with really a big hearts so thank you. Well hello everybody you know what time it is New York Times bestselling author. Gary Janetti is here to answer some questions. Four Gary Gary. Hi Brad or with Gary Yes. Yeah no questions for US questions for us. We're going to get right into it. Super Four A.. I'm ready. This is a big one okay. Angel Baby Rainbow Unicorn wants to know. Are you guys going to have a human baby. A human baby as opposed to to our dogs are we gonNA have even baby. Angel Baby Unicorn. Is that the name. Yeah Yeah we have no plans to at this at this time Tampa baby be am I. Am I correct. Is there something I don't know Brad. Well Baby No. I don't think so. Yeah no baby. Our Dogs are enough work. I will say I held. Oh the baby like a week ago and that made me WanNa baby. I know and I've seen babies too. That makes me want to have a baby. Andy Cohen's baby is so cute as you really cute the baby. I like my friend. Abraham who writes on modern family and his partner Stevens babies. They're adorable. Yeah there are lots of babies that I like that. Make me feel the twinge a little bit but we have no plans. I think we'd be good. Dad's yeah I think so. I hope so. I don't know I feel like I might be the kind of dad where a kid is like tells me stuff about me. Like twenty years later and I was like I wasn't doing that I would. I would hate that like on that. And then on the other night where the Mother didn't even but her daughter was being being bullied in Japan. Yeah Yeah Yeah I would realize that that I would totally realized well durer because that's our story yeah Yeah but I would I I mean I guess I would be open to it but I don't know I'm super scared of it. Yeah we'll talk about Shafik. I got you here baby next. I don't know if it happens that quickly though this is from snick slick neck neck. Jesus this is from slick neck. Bless God is Gary I grammar policeman. I don't know if I'm a grammar policemen. It's just when something hits my ear wrong. I can't not say ed by my grammar's not perfect either but really basic stuff drives me insane when it's wrong so yeah not a policeman in but I notice shit you notice everything. I can't help it always correcting. What's the next question? I feel like you only correct. You corrected a my assistant Lindsey. You correct her correct me. I would want to be corrected when I if I'm ever speaking incorrectly. I would like to be corrected and I'd like to learn you know as opposed to just remaining you know in in my ignorant kind of state of not knowing something I said was incorrect. Wait let me see if I got this one right Do you have any questions for Gary and me yeah. Do you have any questions for Gary and me. That would be correct but not for Gary and that which I did on my instagram asked. All these questions at people are health hint to remember that. Is You take the my name now. Do you have any questions for me. You would never say. Do you have any questions for I unless you're the real like then you know what's crack but I might actually actually if I was like doing like an renaissance Elizabeth Avenue questions via. I know that would be wrong to even in renaissance. Okay next question is Chang Cohen. Your seat what's your secret to a long relationship Having a lot in common and laughing a lot laughing every day I think that would be it. We don't really fight a lot. No but somebody was telling me the other day that they also think that's because we're two men. I don't know minute awesome. Gay Men don't like cats and dogs. So yeah I mean I think in some ways raw McQueen. Yeah we're not too straight man to straight men wouldn't be fighting in a relationship to gay men you know. Yeah completely. We get a little bitchy snarky but it doesn't really last that long we're good at switching gears. I think we are both good at switching gears like I think we're both good at like I think we know when things are worth kind of getting getting into and when there are also like not no. We haven't had a fight in years. No I don't have the energy for that. I don't know I've that's kind of why we're compatible because we neither of us have we can't be bothered. I don't know if it's like we're not lazy people but I am very the area where I don't want to put my energy into Q.. I do not WANNA put my energy into that either. It's exhausting yeah. SPITE PEOPLE SPINNING US like texting each other like I can't I can't even imagine that M- Emma wants to go with these. These names I don't understand these names. They're their instagram handle. Yeah Okay Maha wants to know. Where's the first place you want to visit on your new show? We're talking about it now so so we have decided but it's it's between a bunch of places we're talking about going to Rio. We're talking about going to London talking about going to Bangkok so we'll see. Yeah stay tuned. We're going big though so it's not like we're going to Santa Monica show. Go bigger go home thing. Is that a sports thing. Well go bigger. Go Go home. It's the second that's cool thing. That's what about I left it all on the field sports thing is that football. You are also asking theater kid. Who didn't didn't play sports in high school for Sharing Knowledge? You're all we have. All we have is tertiary knowledge. Well right yeah you just tertiary is a really good word. Yeah very good do you tess and so parents. Do you ever have a day to relax and do nothing. We have a lot of days. Many our favorite the. They're usually called Saturday and Sunday. Yeah I don't like to see people on the weekends much. Maybe Saturday night. One thing on the weekend whenever anybody's like what are you doing this weekend. Antibi- who asks that question. I'm watching TV sitting around with the dog to success. We're staying home. Big Event is going for coffee. Yeah very low okay and we totally have. We have plenty of downtime. Which I think is super important? Were very good at lounging. Sometimes we struggle though with finding things to watch we watch a lot the beach. DTD A lot. I watch a little less. Yeah that's my like. It's not my favorite. I know I put it on more and Brad. I don't love it so so much I'd rather watch like I like a documentary or something. Yeah I could watch house hunters forever. Flip or flop. Flip flop the half hour ones. I like house hunters there's house hunters international. Obviously sometimes you re watch them. I don't know I'm re watching them. I don't watch them on purpose. Obviously but sometimes they all much together they make a really big impact on you. They do okay. Next question is from TAE press. Hbo Jesus who who is a better cook. Gary Yourself Bradley's Yeah I definitely one hundred percent. I like Pinterest so I like a lot of recipes on pinterest like last night I made chicken studios and it was delicious which Gary really likes and then he asked me where I found the R- like how I knew how to make that and I said Pinterest like my mom. My mom MHM has a massive pinterest board like many of them. Yeah I like I like that. I don't do cookbooks a lot now. We have some. Maybe I'll do like a maybe I'll start picking things from like Chrissy Teigen cravings and Antony in the kitchen yeah fat. That'd be fun okay. I'll start doing that. Let's do one for each of those cookbooks. 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#870  Praying for Leaders (1 Timothy 2:12)

Pray the Word with David Platt

06:58 min | 7 months ago

#870 Praying for Leaders (1 Timothy 2:12)

"Pre the word with David Platt resource from radical dot. First Timothy Chapter two verse one first of all then I urge that supplication 's prayers intercessions and thanksgivings be made for all people for kings and all who are in high positions that we may lead a peaceful and quiet life godly and dignified in every way. These first two verses of First Timothy Chapter Two are a clear command call from from God for us to pray for all kinds of people and specifically to pray for kings leaders who are in high positions. And so I just want to lead us to do that. I I know that many people maybe most people who listen to do this podcast live in the United States. I WANNA lead us to intercede for leaders in the United States and not just in the United States though doesn't just say Rafer kings and those who are in high positions in your country honest to pray for leaders of other countries and As we do to know we are not just obeying I timothy chapter two versus one and two but participating with God and what he is doing and among leaders lives in the world like this is. It's an awesome privilege and responsibility that we have been given to join with God through prayer like right now for what he is doing in the White House or what he is doing in this or that leaders life in this or that part of the world that you and I get to be a part of so so let's pray right now. God We want to obey First Timothy Chapter after two and we want to join with you in your work in leaders lives around us around the world so we pray they right now for president trump and vice president pence gallery. Pray that you would give these as leaders wisdom based on your word that you would guide them to lead in a way that is is good and just and right that promotes good according to Romans chapter thirteen and and works against evil. God We pray you would help them to lead with integrity of heart. We pray that you you would help them to lead in ways that lead to good peaceful quiet lives for those who they lead for the flourishing of those whom they lead made in your image. God we we pray knowing what I either Timothy Timothy Two goes on to say talking about how you desire all people to know your love in Christ we pray for these two leaders and leaders around them for Speaker Pelosi. For Chief Justice Roberts for Secretaries Palm Peyot MNUCHIN Esper- Bar Bernhardt purdue raw scalia as our Carson Chow Perry devoss Wilkie Wilkie and Wolfe we pray for senators McConnell and Schumer we pray for all of these leaders and others whom they represent and other Congressmen congresswomen others senators governors in different states around us. Scotteri pray that all all of these leaders would have grace from you mercy from Utah lead well and did all day with no your grace and mercy and Jesus God Rea Bray the day with no you. They would walk with you. They would see themselves before you. They would have a fear of you. An honor for you. Did they would lead. According to your good word in ways that promote good for all those whom they lead Yada we pray for these leaders. In the United United States we pray for leaders in countries like Bolivia and Venezuela in Haiti countries. That are really struggling in this way or that way right now politically and so much unrest and and suffering cowdery pray for peace in those countries reprieve for leaders there. We pray for leaders all across the world whether it's in Syria or Russia Germany or Indonesia and Morocco and Libya Gallery pray for leaders in Chad and Nizhny Air Gunnery pray for leaders in the United Kingdom and in China and North Korea Korea. God We pray for these leaders in the world we know you all in the palm of your hand in God we pray that you would draw leaders to yourself to Christ to the truth it is found in your love and your grace your word and ultimately your son Psalm. Chapter Two may leaders of the nation's the're you may kiss the sun. May they know what it means to walk in humility before you and integrity before you and made a lead in such a way that promotes good and promotes peace. God we ask for these things and we trust that as we do. We were doing exactly what you've told us to you. Do and your word that you hear us and that you answer Ghauri Bray please answer. Show Your mercy your wisdom. Your grace piece in these leaders lives for their good and for the good of all those whom they lead. We pray this and we pray that you to help us is to continue to pray this teach us to pray more and more and more for our leaders teach us to not gossip about our leaders. Teach us to as we discuss. What's going on in our country to all his do so in ways that lead us to intercede for those who are leading our country keep us replay from spending all this time looking on news APPs and reading this or that and not stopping to pray for what we are reading mega so people who not only obey but join with you? According to First Timothy Chapter two in what you are doing in the world around US specifically in the lives of those who lead us us in Jesus name we pray.

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13 - The Chris Porter Experience

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38:31 min | 7 months ago

13 - The Chris Porter Experience

"From Toco media Welcome to my name. Is Chris in. My name is cool and as always on unless I left. We are here to make up a story. Ready for you on the spot. And it's Improv duration. Soule's begins with a Social Faux Pas that I commit that. I have not told the others what it's going to be. I actually true. It's true so far they've all been based on actual real life events. Sorry to everyone involved in my life so the first envelope that we open as a blue envelope and I once we get into the social phobia will open a blue envelope that contains the mid point of our story. Yes we will then have to navigate the story to that that plot point at which point we will open a red envelopes because the stakes are listened to by listener and we will then improvise a story to that point at which place the story usually ends pretty chaotically. Unless there's some sort of a miraculous ending where everybody's okay I'm not because I don't make it easy on ourselves because we also accept a listener submitted rule the episode. We get a rule from a listener. That tells us something. We may not or may be able to do while we are telling the story. Today's rule was submitted by at many roles. Nineteen twenty two and it is every time a new scene starts you have to count it in Allah a one two three four. So if we're starting getting a scene in this office where we are. It's one two three four here. We are today. Welcome to win last island should all get in on that one two three. Yeah to count one two the three four. Thank you for that at many rose. Nineteen twenty nine year olds so if we break the rule and we enter a new scene and we forget to do a one two three four we have to introduce a goat into this story. Also be notified of the rule breaking by this sound. Oh dear friend Sal Yeah I just WANNA clarify for all of us. The frogs deceptive wrote me Eh. It was very loud. Bad timing data. We also have one little caveat which is This little fund button here which gives us this elevator music which is a pause mode where we are now exists outside of the podcast where we can change scenes as much as we want without accountants. Attend yes no. It's fantastic because the kitchen. We're not restricted. Air Force. One Pot went to the Natural Museum of history in Arizona. SONAL and this is where we can talk to clarify certain things and make sure we're on the same. Yeah of course. I never pushed this book. I didn't push it nicely. And now we're among the myriad ways that you can interact with this podcast. One one of them is submitting a topic that we will then turn to theme song one of us. Forget no callback you asking. Hi Cooler making the next thing. You know. You know me and this was submitted mid by William Chambers and I I know him that Willie Chambers that one that I saw the I related this because it actually ties back to some stuff that happened in our In the Social Faux Pas. So let's go on with the with the topics on this song. Aw Come on fire and the you want me to drop you. Want me to drop until you wait. Long draw doc dropped or changed our award. Show me dry dropping flowing. AH cruel out there. That is probably my favorite one of all time however torture Mickey was quite literally squirming and he. He just was trying to hit that Chris. Your nightmare pitcher. Thank you tap Williamson tied together because we were only out eh at Derek's party for one thing multiple things here arms or three going back. Jack Chris I'm surprised the thing Derrick's party. Yeah what happened at a party. One two three four. We were at Derek's Party and I brought a goat because as you guys know Derek way you better than one of his new friends and so I had brought my goat with me. So I have someone to talk to you. And I his name was Jalopy and I. I had him before jalopy fact check. Let's go tweet us. INSTAGRAM friends with US socials socials and call us out. No we've had jalopy the goat before so we're at Derek's party one into knowing I so I Were there you guys are off actually like doing like dancing and in social. And they're just like you're you're squirming on the dance floor as well because Jay. Ward's never dropping. He was not for like forty five minutes. Yeah she wouldn't drop them. It was just going going yes that I wonder who got up and he walked away and he like had I think he had a meal and then he just dropped just like yeah. We're into it. I believe he was. Dj Hot air balloon because it would not drop. When you get a needle and you've just pop that blonde fuck out airborne it but while I was standing in the corner with my goat There was another guy who came up in his name was timothy and I think Timothy. I didn't know this at the time because this is one of the I learned his name by the end of this because of what happened but he came up and it was on the dance when he was and I was like. Hey Chris and we started talking like he's actually a cool guy. He will play the same video games. We do the same movies and stuff and I was like cool like can you tell me Your name again. And he laughed and I was like. Oh okay okay. So then when we started realizing like Oh yeah we actually have read the same books. We're both like music and sound and stuff I was like. Hey I should get your name and contact info. I typed his phone and I said how how about you write your name like how is it spelled. And he said just the usual so fast Ford. I'm at this party talking to the same person for three hours and I still don't know their name. What did you write in your phone? I still haven't oh it's just the number that's in there and it says add context but now you know his name is Timothy by the end of this story. We've had I just haven't changed his name in your phone. No she came here to record this podcast before Oh so we were at this one two three four. Do you guys were having fun with Derek. Right it's so great about him he's a lot of hair okay. rate hair because he has a lot of money. All right. Yeah we have made it. He made it to our sumptuous are agreed. Let's hear it Star true. Why do we care so much? It's literally just paper ripping thank you. I mean you're welcome ask. Chris is known to write motivational letters to himself. He hides the sealed envelopes around his place. So he'll forget about them and find a nice little surprise today. He stumbled upon a bloodstained envelope. It's a highly motive. It's a highly motivational letter from the future Chris Porter instructions and how to survive the next twenty four hours. omeday interesting Jenny in the mid point is Chris is known to write motivational letters to himself. A buddy he hides sealed envelopes around his place so he'll forget about them and find a nice little surprise always just today. He stumbled upon a bloodstained on envelope. It's going to be okay. The highly motivational letter from the future. Chris Porter Instructions on how to survive the next twenty four hours. I thank you for watching my back. That's never give us any motivational motivational letters. Yeah so did feature Chris give us this. I think future Chris did thank. You signed the midpoint. Eight point is bloodstained. Yeah I think it's true. There's not very many distractions surviving okay. We're at the party. Kinda sucks the DJ. Derek is also. Don't talk about the guy who I now know his Timothy. Yeah that's right goat. Whose name was Jalopy Yeah and then catches us all up like hey guys come over here come over here come over here guys come over here. We left local DANCEFLOOR. We were still waiting by the same scene. Turns to this guy and and I was like. Hey I want you to meet my friends. This is Mickey Johnny Kura. I mean he said Hey nice to meet you yeah. He didn't injuries himself noted Houston sandwiches very awkward his name but but Chris ended up feeling so awkward that he had to. I think you excuse yourself to go outside aside and write a letter. We stayed inside and we hung out with Timothy. 'cause we were like Oh sorry did what was your name. And he said he was like sorry about things not yet though when you hit these social faux pies so often as someone like me does you gotta find ways to like. Help yourself get through through those times and so what I do. is I write a note to my future son. Where did you go to do that way? You forced me to take. You didn't do it yet. I didn't say where I was is explaining how I write these letters. These look on the positive way we go to explain things and we do the podcast. It's so it's trying to go back to the PODCAST. He's look explaining. Look everything and nothing's one two three four we just say yes. I took took jalopy with me so I could write on the back of him. which was terrified pen kept punching through the paper? I go that's cruel. I wasn't used to having the goat. I was puncturing. The hey take pita get Chris. I do like Peter would have. We appear would have so much to say about this show so much I know. So you're writing your motive writing. What you do is when you do something stupid? You then right yourself a motivational letter. So what did you write this letter. Because my pen kept poking through the paper I was trying to the dots right. Yeah I was GONNA say is like hey you forgot this guy's name and you know that's okay because someday people will forget your name and that's going to be okay 'cause you hold it and it's okay you know and then we came out and we were like. Hey Chris so timothy forgot your name but he's also mad at you remember his name So we need to. We gotta take your home and I asked you to take it took you one two one two three four home. Yeah Cooler and I took Timothy One titian about that because zippy references seen a different scene. Is that a change of seasons. Aren't there yet. We were just talking. I'm asking you about coverage. Schnell scene was going somewhere there. Yeah but it says here but you counted in a reference to another area is that is that a scene change so you don't have to count and he'll actually get there because we're still in the same seem you just said well. That was me changing scenes for you guys. Okay Oh the two and I left there most debated with Timothy and went to a one two three four a diner Because we wanted to hang out with timothy more because he was cool back at the apartment that making an Chris went to the one two three four. We were that Chris apartment it was you know. Yeah it's nice art on the walls. I guess it was fine. Yeah Yeah but anyway. Chris Crying Christmas crying a lot. Cry Allied Twenty Twenty. Everybody it's twenty twenty. I'm alive crying so much and I said Chris I don't know what to say to you I don't I know I said you don't have to say anything. Just like dig through dig through my apartment like open up books shakeout my bedsheets on because you don't know this but I have a set of green envelopes billups home and motivational things that I hide for myself. It's like it's like a squirrel bearing ACORNS. Well then open your Bible all and fell people. Bible your call back out fellow green envelope or envelope. However you'd like to say say that and I said I'm sorry that I was annoyed? Chris you just watch I read this never ever. It was like I was really is like caffeine time. I heard you say you just like that in an open letter and he realized is it was covered in blood stains red on the inside. He opened he read it out loud. It said my dearest. I'm seeing as Mickey because you were not you can't just do Johnny. You GotTa do me. The bird. dupuoy's my dearest dearest. Chris Myself going to be very very very very very difficult. Twenty four hours. It's this is highly motivational channel. Because you can do it but you you have to do with their instruction instruction the my instructions on how to survive the next twenty. Eighty four hours of craziness is that you have to find a man named Timothy. Timothy is as serial killer and you have to make sure that he stays away from your friends. Is that the end point. I Love You love Chris from the future ochre up trump book rogue trump uh-huh and I was like Chris. This is crazy and we've also also restarted point. And I well I did say I don't remember writing that and I said but it seems like the future Chris so I don't think you have written it yet. So we're GONNA the endpoint. Would I know that I'm in the future. No all right. Well you think your present Chris Chris time a flat circle no more of a conical article shapes is going to be a switch to being a philosophical podcast when we come back from commercial but I live in Queens in point. uh-huh we broke. Any Kenny broke school. Reporters life is a simulation opt specifically in online multiplayer. VR game yet now in its thirty fifth year players is are finally leaving servers or shutting down and people places and things are disappearing from existence. It's missing in Oxford Comma. Wow Chris needs to up the any and have the most most exciting and unique life experiences bring players back or face digital balloon dancy. That's really a long. I'm GonNa read it again. Help help all right the end point. Chris Porter's life is a simulation specifically in online multiplayer. VR Game Now in its thirty fifth year players are finally only leaving servers or shutting down and people places and things are disappearing from existence. Chris needs to up the ante and have the most exciting and unique life experiences to bring players back or face it digital oblivion. That is insane. It's happening so it's a good one. And who was that submitted by this. This one is submitted by Ponti. Ponte Colon right. Thank you get hurt. I was just trying to make sure I I'd say Cologne Cologne Cologne. Yeah I think it's German. So Mickey is standing there at this bloodstain letter and all of a sudden his hand lake started glitch in a little bit. I can describe it. I know it was really weird and then I'm like Chris I need a break break. Yeah from you. We eat so we took it to a one two three four. We're going to break. This is Jenny. I'm Chris and we would really love it if you would like subscribe and review our show because you know you're spending the time to listen so why not tell us you're listening and if you love it share with your friends if we made you laugh nick someone else less. Yeah I want what do three or four so I didn't work. Rarely just my hand Glee glitched and I was I was like what is that and I was like well. I don't know my hand glitch and I dropped the letter. Are you still waiting for you to drop. Well I would still waiting for the to drop but now at this point I was waiting for an answer and I said I started getting a little freaked out and I wanted to get a hug from my goat jalopy and then like he wasn't there wasn't there. We were searching motivation. Wondering at what point. Were you guys realizing that you should be concerned that your best friends were with a serial serial killer not yet not yet. You're looking for to lock. You notice that jalopy disappeared and was gone so then then we. He decided like wait a minute. He say something about Timothy. Let's get in touch with Jonathan. Gay did say something to you like. This is so crazy. There's no way this is my real life. It just seems so absurd and exciting said. Don't get ahead of yourself Chris. Lawrence increase comes back and yeah so we one two three four got in my car and drove the one to one two three four diner because we guys always go to the same dining the craziest thing as soon as we parked the car we were not in the car anymore. The car just standing in the spot. That's really weird. That seems like a really great way to not have have to deal with parking. But then you can't get anywhere. The promise I paid the guy to park and then it was like my car is not there and I tried to get money back from him and he was like no go. You know you parked the the car. Even though the car is not there anymore no not dates me win in two one tissue diner and went to the one two three four booth where you guys were approached with caution. Yes because we knew that Timothy it was weird she was carrying coffee pot on her bare hands. Like there was no trey no trace. It was really strange. You you guys are being really really weird and we were sitting there having a great time. Jenny had garlic toast as she does. A quick callback job. Man I thought it was avocado. Toast notion that in the morning. This was that garlic says after switching. Take a Lotta food patterns. Don't send her free garlic bread garlic like bread but we were sitting here. We're having a great time. We were just wondering why he was so weird. Yeah Yeah it was. Timothy was great. He was telling us all sorts of jokes that joke he told us there was the one Oh Gosh what was it about. Oh is the one about You know listen was a guy who is drowning and this boat came by four. There's this guy who was drowning inches change because this is you know yeah. I don't think it's impressive. Listen Dammit Hi guys drought wade into water. He's he's having a hard time swimming. This book come inspire like hating any help. He says no I don't God will save me. And they they go away. Another boat comes by and say hey. Do you need any home. He Says No. I don't God will save me. The boat goes away. The Guy Drowns the heaven. He's like God. Why don't you save? He's like you idiot. Sent you to boat. That's good lesson. No No it's a joke but it's like it's you picked a variant Timothy. Pick pay Pittsburgh I Timothy Pickering Barry Intense joke very very deep philosophical mentioned. We're there were we blew making this philosophical then when we came a well we we came to the table then he was finishing joke with something about like slicing. Someone's head off and you guys were laughing and I was like. What do you do when you really bored I? Yeah so we sit down and I was like sorry. Sorry sorry I know encouraged by this point I did. I still did not know his name. I guess so. I was like we don't want to encourage the sky. Yeah even though it was in Europe and I I was like Hey What's your name? Tim Timoti left Timothy. I was like. Yeah Yeah Yeah I got you use the bathroom. You gotTA use the bathroom. uh-huh well from what you're absolutely right. I do need no. Here's the crazy part is that he stood up and walked straight to the bathroom because all of the tables between us and the bathroom had gone. They were Oregon. They were just not there anymore. Yeah also the Coffee Pot was just floating through the air and then all of a sudden yeah and all of a sudden a a symbol pop pop up over your head popped up all having Stravinsky how this seems. Have that thing Over the headlines popped over your head money sign and it was depleting depleting. Yeah Yeah it was. We were like what is happening right. Now Yeah I I and I was like you guys. I don't know what's going on. The world seems topsy-turvy but Timothy is a serial killer and we gotta kill him and they didn't believe so. We had to show you the letter from future Chris and we read it and we were like this is Practicing Motivational get made fun of me for a while. I started crying again. We made up. It's okay it's a whole family. Did say this is pretty damning. What exactly makes you think that this timothy is that Timothy Timothy is a very common name so I said what was that joke? He told about God sending the two boats and there was also a picture of Timothy. Yeah mostly the they also like a really big picture of started saying like you guys like. Didn't you notice that he had had like knives on him at the car but he was all bloody. He was blessed shirt was bloody. I thought it was a toss. It wasn't a costume party. But better thing you costume parties is that yes. Derek dance dance. I don't care what you guys see Derek Outta hair you know. His money sign above. His head is multiplying multiplying. He's got the most. Yeah got like the YELP thing with drilling and my head start trying to like wave at it to see you start spinning inside and then all of a sudden this waitress interest comes over and says you have reached level forty two and we're like what the hell what what we said. No this is the no-ho diner. Yeah that's right. Which is weirdly in downtown? Call it the most because because North Hollywood is downtown. uh-huh sure right. Different Joke is in downtown north. Hollywood so I WANNA go. WHO's allowed? No Oh gosh. Wow Chris depleted even more very. That's very you made reference sooner or was it actually because we were now in one to four downtown. And he didn't do anything about it so I think we were in the diner which we just didn't place where it the change because diner disappeared right. So we're on the streets downtown right. And then my goat bleats back into existence jalopy again only. Yeah I think you need a new disappeared though no I liked it because it was different version of difference talking talking okay and then and then he said see I have to tell you. Oh you do a better than I and we're like what what what's the secret. What completely talking? What was the secret well? At this point the diner disappeared. Go talking our ratio. I it was around this point win the diamond superior above your heads is yes. Yeah in but yours. We're all doing fine. Mine was still depleting. The glow of ours actually stronger under. Yeah who's interesting. But the go told US jalopy to told us You are inside the Chris Porter experience. Yeah and we were like no. Oh No we're not. We're we're here and Chris is there and we're not inside him and he said this is Chris. Christie's life is relation and we all went plant. And we're all playing the game and then he showed us on a screen. Our players the people that are playing and we had remarkably gone into a completely different space. One one two three four and it was like it was a control room. The screen watch the Jalopy. How are are you in charge of all of your outside of the? He's not a good. This is just as form that he likes to take in the game Harris Interesting Adrift. The guy in the room with all the TV's show 'cause that's where my mind ninety dollars jalopy he's a real dude. We treat him like he's a real deal. I know he has his hand. He's just not really a goat and his way of playing the Chris Porter experience was to be my my support goat gotten really bored but he had decided while he spent thirty five. VR In this game. He might as well come back. And just give you a heads up. And that's why he put Timothy in and it's because he was so bored that he needed like he it was GonNa shut the game down. Yeah so we have to. He was saying like you were losing. Because I was so boring you were losing Exponential amount of. I'm said that the people were not buying a huge turn off the people and they were GonNa shut down apparently horrible. Oh horrible jokes that I am then forced to share PAS sections which then become grossly ashamed of so then he said well you have to do is kill Timothy and get back to Derek's and make the beat drop. Yeah he want to specify one thing he said we have to kill Timothy as violently in Atlanta as possible. Yeah in order to drive up and he said it's okay. He's a program I promise and then he winked at three or four times when I don't know what that meant the program. Yeah he's a pro real mercy and so I said cool that me some weapons. We're going to do this. And instead instead of Zapping I just gave you one of the multi and then he said go and all of a sudden the ground started crumbling underneath and we have to run in writing to Timothy Timothy who was running past one the to the bathroom the places dividers on the urinals and I disappeared and he got self conscious. Try Zip up real fast. Yeah and that was her like one. He was distracted for that one moment. We caught up to him. Yeah and then. Chris tackled him. Chris tackled in and then so you were very violent throwing stars. I don't know where she got it all on the fifty There's probably six still in my back. I will get them. Don't it was like Bush. Well he wasn't much she just had throwing stars all over here to really get in then I took that stick a dynamite that I had from not from cool and then I stuck it in one of the holes that had star in it and I lit it and he was like Bre. Aw Thank your but jobs. You've got to go. And then he was a one two three four and we blasted lasted and he was somehow somehow still at least conscious at that point. Yeah Yeah and that's when we were inside the game so he blew up. The parts of the Was Very Realistic Looking. And he did say a few times. I'm actually a real person. I'm I'm not just a program and we were like no from the game master. We know you were not. And that's when he looked up to you he told the one last joke the one last joke. Yes actually it was brilliant joke It is a little bit long though so I wonder is it. Okay if I tell the whole thing last words we should pay but yeah so these guys go up she. They're and they're they're company a building to go up to the top floor. There was the bar after work. And they're sitting there. They're having drink and down. The Bar could company yes absolutely down in the bar is is an old drunkards sitting there and he just kind of hey is chuck. And they're like yeah. Sure whatever the guy goes up to a window whips it open and jumps out and he's falling falling falling. I mean just a few feet before he hits the ground flies back and lands back in the winter. Like what the Shit and he's like. Yeah and they're like how did you do that. He's like buy me a a couple of drinks not say about it and slave go back to the bar they buying a couple of drinks and he's like here's the secret directly below that window is is a subway vent and and if you schedule here if you time it right the updraft is enough to push back in this window. He has to try. And you're like no his quotes. have some more drinks the next few more drinks and into your arms at this point your head and his elbow. Yeah I think he was holding onto the lake but he's still saying you know what. Try It guys come and go and these two guys jump out falling. They're falling they're falling. They're falling they're falling. Slap di no wind at all drunk and he goes and sits down John and the drink. The bartender walks up and gives them a glass. And he says you Real Aso when you're title your real asshole when you're who you crushed his. Hey you just hilarious crushing. They were there and we realize we were working together. One started popping up on baton like in the background came one two three four through again. We were like well. There's only only one thing we can do is to keep this story going and go back to where it all started so we have to make that. Yes we picked up some of the still left pieces of Timothy just in in case we needed drumsticks and so we went back to house one. Yeah okay all right off. A House still had not draw did it. It it is time went up there and I said ladies and gentlemen the Chris Border Experience held up an actual growing that was still covered in dirt. Drop it on the go. Boom boom boom boom here. I mean we did come and tell the story but Yeah you're gonNA Derek's how did we win the game. Wait a minute we just. We did win the game not did he didn't even walk out. He's just not here now Chris Porter experience. Well that's what now. What does does that make us if Chris Porter isn't in the Chris Porter experience anymore? Oh God programs by are we starting over again as BB's Kula we cool. Where'd you go? What Kennedy Kennedy's Yelm scared? Kula Mickey Mickey. I don't see her your hands disappear anymore face. Your earrings are still there though combined Jamie I just want to point out that I experience Thank you for listening to my last. I left hosted by Jim. Curtis crisper Mickey Shallow and cooling concept by Chris. Border and chance levels recorded at Kurkova. 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Joshua Sparring Small, Chubby, Fast Handed Timothy Moten to Replicate Andy Ruiz Jr

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It's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind it's pain and it's getting in between you and the like Welcome Back Ladies and gentlemen to another edition of the box and Voice Radio Anthony Joshua is sparring as Eddie hearn puts it with a small Chubby fast handed heavyweight to replicate it's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind it's pain and it's getting mints have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease it's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the John just what he brings to the table and if you're watching us on youtube you can hit that thumbs up button and also get a glimpse of the fast handed it's fast acting relief with active ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free soil get back to your life with CBD medic available online and that CBS acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil get back to your life with CBD medic available online at Cvs these days between you and a life you want to live CD medic targets your pain at its source it's fast acting relief with active ingredients plus the added benefits of THC and it's attacking your peace of mind it's pain and it's getting in between you and a life you want to live CB medic target your pain at its source it's faster free hemp oil get back to your life with CD medic available online at cvs these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure it's on voice your opinion right here on the voice of the people hotline productions the style of Andy Rees and his name is Timothy Molten he is five to Cao's and he's American and we'll discuss doc nine and it's attacking your peace of mind it's pain and it's getting in between you and a life you want to live CD medic targets your pain added Source Sparta's dot com this these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease more chubby heavyweight in action. Let's go on out to my man your man big Mike and Indiana you know the number to call one four to five five six nine fifty to forty one press one but remember he's only sparring and he's brought in replicate he doesn't have to necessarily be Andy Ruis all he has to do is present actual fight you know look Eddie says that they only had three weeks for sparring the last time out and it just wasn't you know that test for Aj give Aj that look in camp before he actually gets into the himself prepared properly by you know getting in that type of opposition trying to replicate that Andy Ruiz down now obviously aww it's cutting into your exercise time it's stabbing you in the back nine you can see how he finishes his punches in this clip that I'm actually showing you andy actually you know really hurts his trainer with that last left Hook I from the side by side video that we have on youtube you can tell Andy is still a lot faster and I'm going to go ahead and believe he's a lot stronger I'm until he gets around and we'll talk some boxing man Listen excited to discuss this particular subject obviously yeah I was calm down just so that you don't have too long of a pause in between video since Timothy Molten videos only about twelve seconds but now molten is doing any good time to get you know the type of training that AJ needed but obviously they have that time now and they file Mr Timothy Oaten and you know it looks like that's what they're going with these videos are from molten the TV combined dot com them this quote where he talks about this smaller heavyweight that is there instagram he's in the United Kingdom other publications Spanish media are reporting because the trainer that he's working with in one of those any disease S- Love Dot Com oh yeah it's me again looks like skype done restarted on Mike so yeah we're GonNa make some time mall a little bit Chubby fast hands and really good on the inside now we've replicated that I feel like the preparation is going to be goes is a Spanish translate Spanish Medias reporting that he's in the gym of Aj that is the age that he should be an is sparring AJ You know all we have from boxing scene is that Eddie hearn you know gave I'm your host gives joined along side Michael Gross and we are back with some more heavy weight boxing talk rumors are surfacing that the Andy Ruiz and AJ big fight one that everybody's interested in and you know Aj is now getting sold pheno boxing according to the mirror so pheno bikes in his I forgot her name but she's got a youtube channel a lot of early sparring now is based off social media you know just his punching style the way that he crouches down fairly similar to Andy Roy's like I said the speed has to be identical to read all he has to do is like slightly repre Klay replicate that style of the speed and the power doesn't have to be there's just send a birthday wishes out to him but onto the rumor mill about the Guy Timothy moten been spun partner I mean they say that it's the same thing look he doesn't have to be identical sue ruis right I mean I don't a to replicate the style reads and I quote it's madness there's eight weeks to go and he's been camp for four weeks already her great and I'll stop there and I was saying when you know when we couldn't connect with you that replicating the style of res last time we had probably three weeks of sparring and it was a it was tough to find a guy like rees because there aren't many like empower might not be there but I think this is a good enough look early in I don't know much about not just don't turn thirty day watching the zone tribute to him North San and Gabby thinking like damn got a lot in his little stroke it will be watching again this is the rumor mill and my computer restarted so we're going to go ahead and go back going out to Mr Gross boss commotions getting used to that style I think this is a good idea good idea and I like what I see from Molten Verse Nevermind Nevermind No my what another Oh man I want to say happy birthday to Anthony Joshua he a time and career some big big highlight big knockouts welden crisco white and yeah man just want to Israel for another five November second forty percent knockout ratio and he's weighed about two hundred seventy six two hundred and seventy career at this here aim answer they can never replicate one guy with one guy so probably brought in to show else to replicate let's say the pressure or the stamina and they make one guy out of five in sparring like wilder you ain't seen the video I played like yeah he's pretty sure that's why I think it's a I actually think it's good you know what I'm saying he he's obviously not as fast as release but this good just get used to fight as far like smaller guys what me would tacking them turned down him some of the Andrew is like you said maybe they could bring an attack them to replicate the power of a Ruiz but they got into replicate the style of the bring someone Aj al in a rematch so yeah heavy Guy Molten is ranked number two hundred and seventy eight on box wreck seventy eight in the Michael Benson so of this guy tried to do some research onell wasn't very much out there saying whether any biography thing about that world so he's he's increased in ranking because his I g says number eighty in the world he's got five fights he skipped could kinda find so hopefully knows more about but yeah was going on this now I never heard of this dude I I'm hearing of them works I think this was because I've been so many camps men and I always ask the trainers about sparring and why and how they bring certain guys in it's it's always the so it might be it might be a DR rumors of this tweet or a video game I don't know it came from but the tweet came from silence and finding finding people that can try and replicate the style this is definitely the type of news I won getting guys that that can pretty much fucking same thing it's like well this guy you know he's tall enough to replicate Washington and long enough might not skill but he has XYZ and and five pounds is heaviest has been to eighty three so this this guy who's five eleven how our guy and went to eighty yeah you don't see and I definitely had questions when I seen you know one or two of the sparring partners but then you j let me know look this guy might be I saw they do it they can't ever find one guy to be the specific person throughout the entire Cam. Now sometimes you got these guys that are just not intimidate but mimic Andy Release is also and it tells me that age as mind maybe he he he's a good guy to bring in but I would not preferred to see somebody that maybe what a little bit maybe more experienced like a smaller day James Obese Wilson Guy that I'm thinking about golden boy haven't seen much of him but maybe he will be good spa partner just brain how inspiring so this is good glad to see that they are taking this seriously and they're not looking at it as a potential the anti just to get the smaller quicker faster guy in which you Timothy Timothy Moten excited to see if that helps Ruiz said to ESPN deputies They will believe that in December they will win I don't know what that means but yeah you know he does lower but he does X. Y. Z. that helps us with the Saverne to fight and like okay I get that now and then you know for the Washington is the the gym like or like similar GM so pretty sure that's where AJ's spars it or trade deficit look similar to With the blue background okay I like listen is GonNa make for great fi hopeful- hopefully bro hopefully they can replicate what they did the first time that I just and Dal InFocus up baby and my man looking all slim he got his like yeah look at me he modeling a good at replicating styles in inspiring But you usually hear of that I'm just happy to hear that they're doing the due diligence you just can't you think Aj really wants to come in and get those bills back in right they're wrong but I've seen a fucking pitcher for that one so they said they wanted to put on weight for the shots so I don't know how they really gonNA come in lighter or they just gonNA come in more conditioned if their game plan was to be the first one I don't think that they're going to change it this one you know I wonder what what what heavyweight diet is like your pain at its source it's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free Boil get back to your life with CBD medic available you know just stay away from the stay away from the dirty food like remember you and I bumped into wilder it's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind it's pain and it's getting in between you in the life you want to live CD medic targets online and at CBS these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease it's cutting into your nations throwing punches doing more work that he the weight has fallen off but that doesn't mean he's not eating you know what I mean I'm pretty sure you know if they if their game plan the right track and he's my own trying to get his bills back trying to be the best Aj that he can come up in Saudi Arabia and I I like it mediamatic available online and at cvs these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease of Andy Ruiz I buy from when the fight and and yesterday and I quote I will arrive in better condition lighter faster and more powerful human pitcher J I say he looks ten pounds lighter man 'cause I'm you know he said he was what to sixty news I think he's a better news than what we're hearing that time about sparring and things like that last time we hear her about Aj's barn was him getting knocked down Lebed medic targets your pain at its source it's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil get back to your life with C. it is time it stabbing in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind it's pain and it's getting in between you and a life you want to live I don't want it not to live up to the first one the first one was crazy epic Andy does get like a lot of weight but I'm just wondering on San Five Mil maybe does have a lot of amateur background but all in all finding somebody who smaller who's around six foot six to rage in shape already that's why they went to while Hara Walla Hati Wallah while Mexico to get away toby's you know what I mean you can buy healthy stuff on every menu is not going to be the best it's like dressings are the definitely you like if you're on opportunity to spark what you maybe tacking don't have the hand speed of any overweight but you can definitely bring a man that I get you used to that Ah Diet and and you're trying to just eat salads and stuff and you don't see yourself losing weight it's because of the dressing dressy and no way I can get a Caesar Salad with wait news these days boxing is fragmented amongst promoters you know one sixty is zone one seven gene after the heavyweight champion of the world unified is Chubby guy all good all good you know they win and right now Ooh that amid word until like fucking twenty twelve twenty thirteen David Hey a guy would would would wait shows we do the amount of heavyweight attention that we get tax day yeah there's just more heavy pasta and chicken breast and red meats and things like that I don't think it would be PASTA PASTA's pretty fattening but I think seven for the fight would Aj sixty seventy jason so you know He definitely about chant and they said put on weight here being leaked the desk definitely the point that I was gonna hit on to Sanaa I totally agree that bring somebody in like this and like I rescinded with big baby way decided to try to come in to eighty to seventy eight or something like that he felt like he was not the same fighter we've seen it a shame was a very upset remember he was this way and this shape when he won the belts don't worry about that you WanNa fat shame in two thousand nine hundred I can tell you that it's a better heavyweight time than in the past five years because of the amount of in all can maybe just maybe him just lay is a byproduct of him better Better Eighty five is ESPN one forty seven is PBC and every now and then you get a good fight from everyone because they're fragmented and so they're saying he was caught on camera stuff and is facing Guadalajara St Soccer Stadium listen don't worry about that you fast was founded that came in a little bit it's not get carried away just because he looks better we don't know his actual weight I'm not saying it I'm just going up Shit We were trying to promote that fight Josh Kelly was fighting Carlos fucking Molina and yet they fly the channel and I was tired get back to your life with CBD medic available online and at CBS these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease the heavyweight era is worse than the last one now I think we finally got you know some good heavyweight sister sister Lynn a prospect that we did a live stream on and I regretted it I I should have known better it was a pay per view it was Josh Kelley Remember we got flagged me and Matt Aside America in Boxing Hawkers were looking at Klitschko knowing sandwich and vice book for the Casual Fan in America like we want with with with breath that I thought it was American Guitar fucking I didn't know now man listen Mike Tyson benedict dis- probably like Klitschko just rained in rain and raining nobody like when I said nobody people were whenever we've done a livestream on something like that Bro for the global fight regard Johnny answer that the last five I was tired because it's like we give this k. five and knows some fucking shine I came away with is the video on the here you know we give us me too I mean not that I know of I wasn't seeing Klitschko posters saying as a casual fare I will Jones I would say for me I without getting the best possible no I I am as a justin is rocking but that shit is all like five in prospect some Soviets sad and then for the video and this I do not tell you they should check with me but it could with Mac compared to all the other other ways dirt eating whatever you wanted to eat or are you still trying to eat like clean like that but when what have you did like shows pre war and ethnic jog about fighting a guy we don't know abilities birds like fucking heartbreaking for real auto but what do you think of the biceps on this K- you looking for to the show anymore with facebook video boy guide damage it was funny dog is always a sad moment when they take our livestream capable Kavaliauskas and his manager's name is Aegis Kili Clean Moss is he hannah but you can't really get andy like you said we're one guy so you gotta bring in multiple guys but like you said I like what I'm saying yeah those me that they are so I'm sorry I'm hard I was just GonNa say we give Mikey hellish shit right because in the Fifi he do nothing but man I posted At seventy eight on boxy right so he doing good I know another five or no fighter probably ain't that far Kasparov he he works with they do have Alaska's boy he was gone in there that she was seventeen to is crazy it shows the similarity man whoever picked his sky they know what they're doing it they matchmakers and he said he'd raining eighty hours young post I mean obviously he got the clearance I know he ages do it unless Michael fucking put it out so we can build up the earl fight really trying to win this fight Yoda side-by-side does a good job too because it shows Andy's faster shows Andy probably punches land harder but uh-huh but I think this Timothy Guy I mean any any look good look especially and released but he's not he's not he's not a really totally slow kind of guidance ain't got like little snap a little a little history with punches let's be of a popular name out there must be like someone like one of the one your own maybe like when there were war heroes as I something like that don't but that's not to say that they great can be a good sparring partner he just not a guy under the life that we saying are you hoes he gets China manager I mean managed by his name is actually Egypt eagerness studio before it was too and twenty two so far so that's like that's still twenty four five that's still a lot more experience than Orono fighter more to say I don't know any of these doozy's face I will give them credit like the first duty of a four this shows balls I guess the first Michael Hunter and maybe he might Wanna which you brand jenex saying he'll be a good sparring partner there's guys out there but I do like what I'm seeing the Dominican Oh Santo but let me let me just play devil's advocate which I love to do so much I mean we've seen guys like Gregory Corbin respond with Aj don't really mean I like what I'm saying man he he's American he's he's like he's fighting Carabello train a with Coley your care belts George Areas Dominican heavyweight short do a bet you Heenan number eighty next Friday you said the November second he probably on another call them you see whereas so you guys the aunt of the sixty five and sixty six like type guys Andy it's not that guy so bring gardening like you could brought Kasparov Partners Zone I mean I bet you dudes Google ranking already spa mike how many people don't Google search already now we see it will happen to fight but far as far apart he he could be given guys hill and you got to hang your own some guys feel because let me see to do with experience who was three and thirty and enoch ten mile walk around but then he didn't win a decision would no way I never heard of this do this brand new to me be I checked it to and firefighter so maybe he just go spawned and I don't know we'll see we'll see we'll hopefully we'll be you know replication of Andy but let me get on out to the sound bites out to these phone calls and see what the public thinks of Aj's decision I am going to reiterate that I am totally I can tell you a lot about the level of sparring that that you get in the ring so here well let's Go God made Timothy all of them four rounders in Yo is got to be something when you that famous brother to you that's right down the street and the guys like two hour and a half away he twenty seven years old born in Nineteen ninety-two he's a module baby I mean there's and the little clip the begerow's on Youtube Nyu to go ahead and smash thumbs up man appreciate it with the visibility show could I know a lot of the heavyweight prospects that are coming in like but Louisville Kentucky so because you hit Alyssa by like Oh that spine eight years he's like good good good and he's like no no no no no worry about this post the and agreements would it judge off for the video we were able to get I like what I see I think he makes a suitable are we going to go to our pacing in sparring partners I don't know I mean you know obviously everyone is different but I think the going rates about a thousand dollars in a more of them in the years to come so we always give that classic look bad like when we first heard of him saying this is the first time I'm hearing about a week that's it man what the fuck what you want you out there giving women board they feed you I mean overly exaggerated but I heard somebody you know mentioned fifty thousand Whoa Whoa spar four can't again again I know spoke to can do Ho- term embroil him out he was like bad I concern down his money so air by giving you a thousand a on out there now man that's a lot think about it you hear some fighters complain about training camp like come on man you think I wanted maybe cody wasn't the best partner to get somebody rated guys hundred knocked him out in the seventh or around so Partners enjoyed the Wilco as soon as the news came out everybody was trying to get a job dwelt go interviewer or quote or quotable thing like that actually when it happened that question comes but that's the going rate yeah that's crazy I for like a high level for like this guy will begin if I bring you out to a camp but but but again if you enter as and he totally exactly exactly baffled Kevin Expensive I think that's very expensive but but if fight training camp money most and the most of her you know and I and I still think that was absurd and how his money you know who knows what he's paying his bar they always happy according to my interviews so I could be off on what he's saying but I still don't see yeah man I'm so that's the only reason that I know about North San like I knew about them find Zora but wait ads have an established can't you know porter can't Thurman Cancer Fifty like man I stay in the same hotel they stay house he fifty thousand man for the I mean zero can but can bug got two camps bug Nebraska and Colorado auditor when it's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back airport gotta pay flight fucking hotel they fool I I could see fifty bands but that's handy that's the biggest fight of your life nine and it's attacking your peace of 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against Michael Hunter own a gym even though it's caused Jim now but still has all family you know he eat locally he just hide the chef you know when I ain't even call nations for consultations and turnkey installation visit us at El Camino electrical services dot com going up to our boomerang and Kelly out its source it's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil get back to your life with CBD medic available going out to our callers you know the number to call in one four to five thousand six hundred fifty to forty one press one one time to voice your opinion right here on this subject right here on the voice of the a boost hotline remember you can add to gibbs on skype these calls are brought to you by El Camino electrical services experts in electric vehicle charging shit is going to be gone for five six thousand five hundred dollars down down down down I mean the joy probably in every interview or things that he's going to do from now this really really get aj a black guy or not come about it but uh earl probably not spend a whole lot money can't be the early getting a lot of this bar in house he owns a gym where their own gym so he definitely find on day I'll know if you on that card I'm just you know out there at the moment the car for bill I mean if it depends he wa he talked to me I just wish that what Aj's doing in real life with match what is his opponent making sure the guys right maybe start at the right point man if you if you like your fans only loss because he was cursed are only we put it to me like dead I can see because what it does is captured home but I'm thinking of guys that I do what they were do what somebody you know she's cooking mommy introduces to write the lady that was cooking with his aunt. Okay so you know so his camps can't be fit the I'm not got to that's why that's why he's doing what they do we legally because they know what they can lose that lifestyle I mean bro like he is on his I's and crossing t's like still the biggest fight alive and you still already had a taste of that your you know what I'm saying I see if the bans on the wild camp and I've been a lot he does camps at home first of all as low budget right there you keep an overhead 'cause you fan base is doing in real life what he's doing he's showing all the signs of a dude got his ass he showing all the signs of a challenge studying you know like they don't take people out that some people oh is the biggest fight of my life I gotta go to big bed you know what I'm saying but even good Nadi even to ninety always trained in summit the Big Bay like people don't change Shit some some do some do but again I I just can't see them expenses that being said sponsor he got he don't leave Philly interview with me like I'm GonNa take the Champa you lead a champ comfortable you leave him where he's happy you supposed to make the champ happy among the US that's not how he's so y'all can keep making up your fucking bullshit excuses all in the chat all on Internet all in the videos appeasing them and I get the point like your mindset ain't there but at the same time you gotta look at it from the other the other shoe right on your other foot Agean you ever start making thirty Mu you don't want that to stop so yeah I'll I'll bring in everything I got fuck man I'll bring in Merlin the wizard ain't pair for that they're in Dallas Texas so any nobody flying I guess you'd think about in my expert thing about it mostly the AC. I'm just happy you know once upon a time I thought this was a sham fight because Andy was late minute replacement his body all that yeah man I I want this and I wanted to be just as good if not better that being said we're going to keep these laws moving who we got hang on I'm never gonNA lie and say that I thought this was going to be the bomb Bernard ended up being but after that then I'm more I'm tuned in I mean I'm here a man but he knocked the dude out to do with the experience didn't get knocked out then he fought another do then it don't matter because guess what it's not aged Rawcliffe see rocky out I guess I get him because he's that's that's got to be something that's always in his mind that you know he was doing so well and then you know there's little Fatman Katamon and I don't know we'll have to wait and see the because I think I think that's and he's biggest advantage in this fight psychologically that that that that fee the visuals to get his mind used to that and to convince his mind that that's not going to be a problem and build confidence 'cause like I said I mean that's ain't GonNa win the best man GonNa win and then we can really give a better conclusion to the subject yeah I look I think I mean honestly but I always felt like it was the punch that ratted him because he was doing well the first three rounds and even up to can heavy down and it just seems like he got his sheet rock never could you know route every time he was about a recovery gotta share floyd had guys like Earl Bronner devante all those types of names but I won't deny yeah for sure good point two man floyd mayweather again I spoke about his blueprint and how all you gotta do follow the greats before you oh you don't do all these extra precautions man you don't do that you go up in there like man I got a my hair feel good right now is sick right now boom boom boom boom boom mastermind in the building going to plain view Texas K. more on back so it's interesting to see what funny eight weeks out and a let's just get going don't know much about five hundred but like you said you would I would I would I would out to to see waspy point I guess you would say I kinda see we've come from because I was thinking got a a Oh I'm listening all right Gotcha champ thanks the remastered signed sealed in Lewisville don't matter what age Fan Andy fans shape those guys gotta fight each other again in the best ask golden gloves and all that stuff but he was in trouble but he never went pro so but he's just like great hands so he's if you fighting there's now going to be always in especially against Andy is GonNa always be an age as head you know the fact that man even though I put this down he got up and came right back and and you're gonNA while a hard up for money and then you come back to La for another month and you fly in Saudi for two weeks and you bring your opponents travel which is on your dominant gotta pay tickets and you gotTa Dad's Bhai Animals got he literally owns his own zoo in Mexico in his house and see why Peterman you gotta realize like talking Shit don't really matter now level sparring because floyd never only had elite level spar we're going to talk to me Gato Hi Hector Muna's in there as a frequent spawn partner the do with the gun tattoos on his back so aj doesn't have to necessarily have elite oh you gotta imagine ain't check I doubt Pike Ashby carried each but yeah I was thinking like ten billion agents that we're going to do like we was doing and that wasn't gonNa work look at like a person like a jared heard who had to leave he'd left his trainer I mean he probably about this I think this is for the people who don't want to give him credit for this they need to because he needs this 'cause early all right after that they let all we not and so I think it's more of a psychological thing to I don't even think it's preparation for the physical part of the five for the stone bones knowstone Bo what are but you don't have a young gotta have I've been working with this do the day after he lost the I mean a loss like that you gotta start the next day that was a mistake I went to the it was your time pardon me with the wireline you not lying we got Donald in Richmond California what have done that I like the fact that that you know Andy Reid came in and beat him and got the bills so I would like to see him continue to still make money because he's Okuma fast cars fast women all that good shit for them you know your heart's desire it'll be fast ferries whatever you want I mean you gotta ask about so you're getting on my lunch break I got in man you know what I like you know like age a little bit and it's Kinda decisive because it's like yes that's how you know when you when you on that level respond partners getting getting the shot like this he'll never be a part of like I mean he got at least see it in a in a jam to see if he can do it and I don't think he can do it in in this to two months of this small fast guy he should like a monster and put them pause all over him again just would just in my opinion just don't got the heart when he get tough is like you see a dog fight and you see it is time is you're gonNA get stopped again and get embarrassed or is you gonna get stopped later is he gonNa go to distance you know at least the only thing I think edgy could do is just buddy too fast like Amir Khan that was a use for and also fifty thousand is a lot man some people tending on level you fight and you not even getting fifty thousand four fight yet underdog but then I wanted to see Josh win so we could fight wilder but I don't think if Joshua winslow fight wilder anyway and I don't think there's nothing that Joshua could do a- LE- level sparring all the time 'cause I know one of the guys that boxed in like he he he he's my age he bars but all the time but he's like a smaller settlement opening my friend Tom Good Mike so down thousand spa I wouldn't even fucking fight I'll just go around spar nearby and in the last thing remember when Florida was slow it has one partner then you had air I don't think this guy will be Aro- my dad but it's credit him beginning his stock went up after this either way go where we go in there put a box to clean up on them you know put the beast bites ray on him either way go is just that in what type of fashion is you're gonNA lose got in a jam and got the sparring little guys like shit core hell skills and Kishan an audience and they said are you ready for Jay rock is not taking that so tale details is up and then the one dog tail between the legs Joshua's just that dog that's going to be in the fight is going to be up there I in the middle of his tail between his legs and it's going to be over what is what is perceived pretty big man now that I've seen his weight now not

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