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Tanhaiyon se yarana vasta mera duriyon se hai | Yakshi Yash

Yakshi Yash Podcast | Teri Dosti

01:32 min | 10 months ago

Tanhaiyon se yarana vasta mera duriyon se hai | Yakshi Yash

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E39  Worst Dates

Mouse and Weens

42:23 min | 2 years ago

E39 Worst Dates

"Leases. Welcome to mouse and Wiens welcome. This is so exciting because we usually have two one two three record one two three start. And we don't today 'cause we're in the same room. It's great. We're on daring each other awkwardly next to a microphone. That's right. Are you feeling awkward? No a little bit. Yeah. It's a little close Tocci. Should we look at our own knees or something while we look down at this travel truck? We're gonna make her phone traveled. Trunk looks in nineteen forties alligator, okay? They'll go together. How was your holidays? We are here on what the last couple of days of two thousand eighteen happened during the holidays we had our one year anniversary. What was? I don't something tooted the ghost of our podcast Tooth's. Yeah. No. We started our podcast this time last year in Idaho. Yeah, we did. And it was just a wink in the I I know that sound nice. So here we are year later. Honey, how was your Christmas? You're there at the same place again. Yes. In Idaho is good. Mom's house yet and cowboy Denny he's real cowboy is real real private too. I tried to. Orange stuff, and I was gonna get Zoe's and he did not wanna play. I'm going to I'm going to get it. But to be sneaky with a strong cowboy because he has the best one liners. I just wanted to have mouse record them and just like go round follow him around record him because he'll do these two phrase wisdom's like I one time. I was dating this guy. And you know, and I was all sad emotional about breaking up. And and I was like. And I was like what happened? And then I told him the whole long story. Those long thing in his he said trade up. That was it was great wisdom, but he has like good one liners, and so we could just like throw within our podcast anytime. Anything comes in. We'll just throw in a little soundbite of Denny like Thanis, no horses. Good horse trade up life stinks. You know, good movies or multiple deaths and horses. Just if we just throw that in randomly every time I tried. I even turned on my phone. She currently down on my lap at the dinner table to try to catch them in the act did not happen. The cowboy clam clammed up little mustache trap, just Venus Flytrap shut its he was whistling through it until she turned on that maker phone, and then it just the track shut the Warner Brothers frog. I love my Dahlan Hellum Rabat. Ten gallon hat. It's still as some people think he. Yeah. I've realized that you can't really tell them you're recording. Because then the the the member Cindy Brady and the hit show Brady bunch. And then she had she went on like a game show. And then she had to answer one question that they had practiced at home all the Brady's. That is. One ends. It was Baton Rouge that they haven't room of Louisiana this. She of course, Banca the red light went around, and she clammed up clammed up stared at the red light couldn't answer. Or maybe he just really is private doesn't want it out there. You know podcast land. Is this new foreign thing for people? I think they don't know who's gonna hear it. And when we don't know who's gonna hear it. Yeah. We don't think anyone is hearing it are you hearing it can you hear me? May post Christmas and. Koren's kwanza new years by the time you hear this and cat day. What happened to your hand? You could burn burn to take thirty appetizers and the trae fell. And I went to grab it our your parties that was my plaid party. It was good. We spoke about this. Yes. I know. You know, someone sent me a thank you card, my friend, Marcia who came to the party, she took a picture from the party had it printed as a thank you card, and it came as like a postcard. It was really cool. I'll find out the company that does because I will do the. Yeah. Thank you cards for parties in herbs really nice. How it goes? I don't know if I've ever done that get Kumble awful. It's an hostess gifts people come with nice little presence, Melissa and Oscar brought a nice cutting board with appetizer hookers. Yeah. And sweet Cari brought those I think there is hours and people always bring stuff drinks and bottles, and my friends bring what they're open poem. Good. Thank you. Just made it up on the spot. So yes, I love my friends too are no takers. Just kidding. I love my use of interesting land of of LA. Roque artists just getting. I am saying funny things that are funny public know your joke. Yeah. It is. Well, we were talking about this. As far as the puck has goes a lot of my friends are listening commenting and complimenting and sending little messages and love it. And it's sweet. And you're saying I'm not hearing. You're not hearing any of that. Right. What from your friends that lets you named a couple of friends that listen, but you're saying most people in LA are jaded and everybody's trying to do there. I'm jaded as you could see from my shelling Dilling you everybody else's jaded. It's probably all comes back to me. Oh, the different. I have not promoted this to a lot of my friends, but a few or listening think. Yeah. We've got who is well, Bryan. We chris. We talked about them. And you know, Jen says Jen who's visiting from New York right now, she said I had no idea, but she was listening here. And I know and then Blake sometimes, but I really haven't done a big promotion. I think I have not put it out there. Anyway. As the year this year view to promote my point was just breath breath in the face. Sorry that. I don't know the near LA people are maybe cells involved. Yeah. Everybody get their stuff out there too. So they don't have time. Really when you meet half, the people they are they came to LA from another place to make something happen. And so not a lot of people are lounging around. I don't know and certain circles probably tell us your hardy well to recap so Idaho's fun redressing. Would you like to hear about my Idaho trip? We would you like me as we'd love to hear about your Idaho. Joe? But my it was wonderful. Thank good. We sledded. We went to Jackson Hole, Wyoming one day and got to read in a sleigh and go to the elk reserve, which which was really boring we were so excited. I thought it was going to be this rip roaring sleigh ride. Like the things over the hill. Dismiss elk running around the woods. Yeah. I thought these horses. We're gonna pull us a win would be in our hair, we'd need her muffs in our winter. Head scarves a flowing. And no we got in. And we Trump Trump Trump to ten feet and the elk herd was right there right by the streets just to over and sat there and watched them like lay there, they weren't even. Like a couple of other. On digging up the tundras Christmas every it was but cold, I think under twenty degrees. Jeez. Anyway. The guy was like describing the history of Elko. Biochemistry of the food and like genetic the kids loved it. There's one guy on the sleigh that kept asking questions all of us. The most exciting thing that happened was a drone flew over somebody flew over control drone, take pictures of elk. And it scared the up they all stood up from their little like cat tucked in position, and they all stood up and kind of looked around. In the Joan went. Flew back, and then laid back down to big drama and the slave-driver even had to call it into the head office like someone's flying drone. It was big news. In the world is a big news anyway way were drones flying over my house and kind of hovered above my driveway when it's creepy the world livid. No, isn't that creepy? I've well, and I heard a story someone through blanket at atro- that was hovering over their backyard and brought it down and like took it inside. And they were like, oh, well, they lost the down. You don't go by yard. So maybe we should get like a Spiderman net gun and shoot him down on the fly over. Yeah. Do you think anyone weird? Well, I wondered. You know? That's creek got its we have a podcast 'paparazzi. We do. Yeah. He didn't know for this podcast. What that people are trying to come take pictures of us. You're kidding. Bresca Keiv there. You're they want to they want more will secret pictures of us sitting outside the sun just going. Oh, gosh. Anyway, Christmas was good overall exciting out. Close mustache anything. Oh, no. That's that's my snow sledding. The dog came things on social media or not that video. Could we talk about the video the video that oh known forget it? Your wiggling the mic, so she just like them to their what are you? Video of the roof. Oh. No. We can't do anything. Okay. Well, maybe we can release later. Okay. How does your crystal? Tell me about your friend visiting. Yes. So. Chata Jin has come back to visit. And she's. We went to a Christmas party at my friend. Doug Hilton's house. He's very lovely. They have a gorgeous home, and and Liga mansion home like fancy fancy until he has dinner at his house with some people. One of them is the producer guy that everyone. He was good. Any sun screenplay getting through. Not so much. I don't think you have you asked him about it. Or did you know? It's always awkward like you so shy. I don't know. Adam Sandler thing you had a thing going, and then you shine didn't talk about it again. But you mean, well, you met him the first two times. And then the third time when you were working on just go with it. You didn't bring up that you've met him before that was in a professional working environment. I know, but you can still say it in a nicer know, how to socialize stop. You. Do your socialize or you just have to promote yourself. I think that's it. You're. Don't be shy shy. Who's saying that? Coup. I think so she get that we have eighties trivia game that we could play later. I think my favorite song from the eighties is. Wait. It's someone that's like get into my car. Of my car p peop-. Yeah. There are a lot of cars on eighties while driving. But he Cadillac was not which thing that nobody had seen a car nineteen Eighty-four. Well as the fifties. It was coming back around in the eighties. The fifties. There's seems to be rehashing about twenty years later, usually, and what was the little deuce coupe. But then maybe you can what. Yeah there. And then what's the douche? What's the? Vanilla is no. Joke slam boom. Headlines really loud too. This. Snap. You can't say that anymore either. What else do have left now? I know they're all going. How did was there any fallout flam Flamenco Flamenco fallout? No, nothing. No good shows. Yeah. I mean, really things are relatively weren't sandiego here. We're going to take a trolley tour today. Some sites are going to be tourists. I love this Charlie tour. I'm all about I love being a tourist of my own town. So I get excited when people come visit. Oh, and you know who else is coming to visit Tamou from bad at loved podcasts. Oh, lori. So you need help down. She's going to be here for that went heady plan that for an advance a counter. Oh, just okay. Life is really boring. So these things are quite exciting. That's exciting. That's really excel. Yeah. We'll figure out if employees to go and get drinks or do something in bad at love. That is a good one. I know. We have some other friends. Actually, let's pop our promotion in here for other friends at my worst date podcast because they haven't event coming up in February two here there. Hi, I'm Keegan, and I'm Cathy, and I'm Christina. Have you ever had a guy your dating trying to pick up your brother you ever been on a date where guy showed up wearing these Zach the same outfit as you. Have you ever been on a date where the guys sniffs you as a greeting if so this just might be the podcast for you? Tune into my worst date. Let's face it. Misery loves company. Let's see. What is your state though? Do you have a worse state real fast? Yeah. Suspi king of were states. Let's see. Okay there. I went to UCSD that was my college and in one of my lecture halls. I was a biology major. There's this really cute boy, and he looked just like this professional surfer Kelly Slater, call them Kelly Slater boy and little bit short of the me, which usually a deal breaker. But this guy was so cute that looked past his name was Tom, and we would just do women cow eyes at each other. We kinda see each other and smile. Whatever maybe not, wink, I'm making that up that would've been fun. But. I started talking to him and got asked out. I think I gave him the green light notice that you have to kinda like insert yourself. If you see a cute boy here, you go people. Here's my advice. Vice for mouse, make it known you like him you have to kind of give him the opening right? You have to say, hey, this your call. Let's let's get a beer sometime to you like the girl will usually let you know. They like, you boys is it because guys are a little well, I don't know. I think guys will just, you know, ask girls out whether or not they're getting the right signals. So I know he's till you get the right signal, boys. And then and then the girls, so I made it really clear that I liked him thought. It was cute. So sure enough. Yes. Me out. We went out downtown went to cafe severe the Spanish place. Right. Had tap in watch Flamingo dancing. Probably. And then when upstairs, she's a bathroom, and we're gonna go to the next place, which was we're going. The Irish bar we really covering are your international contributing, but we shared a huge picture of Saint grid. And I got in the line for the bathroom and the line is too long. And I didn't wanna make them wait because I'm a cool girl. Right something I don't wanna make them. Wait. I'm not a high maintenance girl. So I just went onto the Irish bar with them and we'd drink some pints there. And I went to use the bathroom again, a long line in these stupid, girl bathrooms. Downtown always Laney awful. And I said, well, I think I can make it until he takes me home. So I never went to the bathroom. Well, we get into his all surfer. Check driving home on the five. And I'll never forget he was talking about a lizard like, he lizard. And my bladder was so full that all I could think about was getting to toilet. And I was pretty sure as going to pee in his new check. I'm sure it was going to happen in he kept droning on and on on this fucking lizard. And I'm like, forget, the lizard. I finally had to I saw exit and said. Get off get in. Sue got off ran to the bathroom. I had to oh. That was the other thing. I was holding my tweak. Date car hand. At least later boy cold. Yeah. It was secretly. Like, I tucked my hand under my my right side in the passenger seat when under to hold between from the inside orcher for these guys. And then I think Finally I just pulled it out just like all the holding it so I wouldn't pee in it got really quiet in the car. It was super awkward. So we pulled over and I ran to the bathroom in a shell station. The one on karma valley road and audibly was like oh. Oh. Pete. I'm pretty sure you heard it through the door. It was awful. So yeah, we didn't have a second. You didn't. We never had a second. We went eleven kissed and maybe cuddled a little. But then that was it. God we're dates to he. The moral of the story is ladies p P. Yeah. Be high maintenance standing that long and make them wait. Yeah. Take care. Your bladder. You know, what I heard that? You're supposed to do dates, but it was from you're going to lean to. That doesn't work. But when you ask them, they'll hold something. Feel special. Yes. Hold your coat or hold your drink or whole. Or hold your tweak. York dump of starve. You can hold your drink. You. Check it. What will do what you dentures hold your? Weird. Okay. Different hearings on what happened here dangling down one of them looks white. But it's just the old ding. That happens. After is your were state. I wanna hear yours pick one pick a topic. And I'll tell you a date that goes. All right. So you're worst date, and you so. Really want me to pick a topic? Do any kind of random association that could probably in bed attached to that. Okay. Camera. Camera. There was once guy. Who had white hair? His name. I won't mention. We were in a short film together. Oh. He worked at a don't say names. He worked at a forensic place. Something to do with dead bodies and crime labs in San Diego. LA you. Okay. And then somehow we we were in this short movie other doing acting. I think and it was some weird short. There's always like some weird short. Yup. Inning. And we're in it short film. Emmy. We're in. We were some weird shirts. Shirts giant pair. They were teeny on the left. Yeah. He fit in the right shorts. But and then somehow we fighted me too. Ended up at his house in I didn't like him in that kind of way. I just thought that we were doing something fill me like, oh friend do create a products because we're in that thing. And then somehow we're telling me about his forensic like Howie takes bones, dead bodies, and bones and something and he the cat is lap code on. So I don't know for in the lab or something's either way at some point random role play with bones involved. Come I turned around guess who's bone was involved? No. He ended up what in the whistle. You his own schnitzel? What Danny ner in the corner hauling Harvey Weinstein. Yeah. In the in the corner in I was super. Yeah. The trapped just like this is happening Dino's going that direction. But he was by himself doing it like in the quarter kind of thing. Like did he want you to watch? Or it was something like that. And I just like played it off like how let's keep my remember just like. Some more book, some forensics, nice, computer, or whatever my God. Yeah. I know what is it with those situations where you're it's awkward awful trapped. And you play it off like it's casual and cool now, but inside your heart's beating crazy like I got to get out of here. I might die didn't think it was going to die. He was a really usually pretty good instincts that someone's a killer or not, I don't know. Twice still here. Yeah. So how did I ended? I don't know that natural way. And then what what's? I mean, just like, oh probably never talked again. I think it's pretty much. How those things go with me. You know? You know, maybe different person would be like I'm leaving. Yeah. Just like that Bapu do let's just look at the book over. Here's just like free. Love do you think you're more kind of open spirit is. Okay. Well, if he wants to do that that's his proud of. I mean sh-. That's crazy. Like, I'm not in the situations. Ever were it was real felt scared to get out. You know, like someone was like awful entropy. You're in more of that. Yes. I had friends weird cousin VoIP friend guy from another country. We're all camping together and drinking, and I went to the bathroom like off in the woods by myself. And he followed me knowing realized and he. Pinned me against a tree. And I kinda slid out from under his arms like no, no he was like trying to kiss me. And he pushed me down on the ground held me down under his helmet shoulders with his hands. And was like trying to force kiss me in this like Rabi forest, and I had to like squirrel away. And I couldn't say anything because I'm stuck camping with all these people all weekend. And it was the boyfriend of this girl. Why is my friend's cousin's awful? Yeah. We have all these pictures together. He and I look back. I'm like that guy. Oh, yeah. And it was like. Yeah. I shouldn't give away the language, but I could say the word no in his language. And that's the only word Spanish probably wasn't because you only know not necessarily, I know many languages and. At least had to say, no in them. And I had to keep repeating a language. I'll tell you off the air because giveaway the person probably Syrian. Think of your friends. No, no, no, no, just come on. Don't don't push it won't give it away. Anyway. Anyway, it was cuckoo crazy coddling. Stop coddling me. Yes. I know. All right. So I would love to hear other were state stories to anyway, listen to my worst at gen we're going to be in the cars. All right, go in the car with my friend. Jen were driving to our trolley adventure of. Yes. And we're gonna get a bad date, storing, we'll get a couple perfect recording. Now, we are in the car with Jennifer who we had referred to as Chata, Jen. So people knew because of China episode. So you're now China Jen, and Tim you've known weans for how long when did you guys meet well that was eighth grade? So it would have been nineteen. Oh, should we? Sorry. Nineteen eighty can't up much about the age thing. Just going to say what? Doesn't matter somewhere in the eighties. Yes. Leading where late yet kick it much earlier than the late which would the category of all right now miss. Jen has been through several like you were saying some terrible dates or. New york. I went on a lot of online dates I love this. I love online dating because I missed this whole full because you've never done it. I love online. Oh. To story. Who other people's bad dating story? So what was one of the worst some of you know, there's so many to choose what's. So how many nights held on? Oh, probably in like three or four years. I want a win on like sixty days for. So that's you have some good fodder for now. Is there a common theme with some of the people on my seer? Like, this isn't like a funny thing. But I would say the biggest challenge with online dating is you can have a lot of things in common on paper. And then when you actually meet the person, there's just no chemistry. It'll be like a nice person. And you're happy you met them in union -joyed a drink. But then you're just and because I think you just can't manufacture it. You know what I mean? It's been chemical click. So yeah, I find often did that happen out of the sixty dates where you actually I was most of the days I dated nowhere. You felt? The chemistry or the click thing. Oh, I only dated out of those sixty days. I probably dated two or three people like, you know, we dated for maybe anywhere from three to six months. So that's -gistically. I mean, really you do it's it is it's quantity. Not quality asked. Anyone you just gotta get in there and get out and just kind of. Yeah. Yep. More like, yeah. Would it New York to know? I mean, you just there's a because there's just so much offer. Hitter. Issues from. Still many things a lot of the Mirage waggling leader. Yeah. But you know, like, yeah. I mean, that's that was the hardest part. But then yeah, you'd have to sit through. I normally would do phone interviews to try to like weed out like where I was like can I even sit across the table from this person. And that's what you would have to other just you you gotta have somebody process, you know. And then, but there there were a couple of light Roz like what are you talking? I had a man tell me, and it was a very serious face with no irony that women are the creators and men are the destroyers. Did they have an Viking not? I was like, and there was a woman say next to the coffee shop, and she liked burst out loud. It was like he was like looking at you in the eyes and also had a man tell me also with a straight face. And this actually wasn't only date. He was someone that I met through friends. He said to me, you might be just the woman to nurse me back to sexual health. Older and he had some issues. No, he didn't not that. I know of we didn't get that that comment that was enough for me to be like, okay. I'm good. I gotta go. Yeah. I mean, but really, and truly it was most the people were very nice there just was no romantic chemistry. I sent a lot of message being like, it was so nice meeting you, but I just don't feel romantic connection. That was like, no, no, I'm remembering some stories. And I remember one was like the guy was really intense. He said there's a lot of people that touch you even though you don't like being touched with and you'll say, you know, I don't really like to continue. They continued to do. So, and yeah, I mean, that's, but that's like not to be sadly that that that goes beyond the online dating world like men who put their hands on you in a minute manner. That's like you'll Freia Terry in some ways. It's not it's too soon is. Yeah. But also, it's weird. Because I always like it's hard because like if I'm into someone and they put their arm around me or they're like hand on my knee, probably going to be okay with it. But so that may have been. Assign when I was like, oh, I'm not really into like public displays of affection or whatever. Yeah. That's usually the other thing too. And I remember you telling me this. But when I was dealing with a couple of dating things like if you feel your body like wheel and rewarding when some kiss, that's probably something. No men, a friend would always have this thing. Because you meet a lot of really nice people who really look good on paper. But I'm like in my experience. It doesn't grow on. You. Do you like it just doesn't like I mean, I don't know maybe under more organic circumstances. It can. But it never the beginning. I would try to go out, you know, anywhere. Like, maybe like try three dates, it'd be like, no, I just think feeling it. And you like you said like, it would just be like if your body's doing I've had that happen where I was like don't do this work, maybe the same movies and serial killer. And then when when that would have anything to close, I would just immediately go. No, I. Overly touchy in the one guy when I said because I really was not come from with it all and then he said that I had issues with like I was like cold and a really, yeah. And I was like I don't want you to touch me just met you twenty minutes ago. It's your fault by the you know, like this also is a sign that like would've woman tells you I really appreciate and you start to argue with her and make it seem like it's her fault. This is gonna go well for their relationship. Also, you entitled male ding-dong, maybe the person just doesn't like to respect what they want. King of the freeway interests that are saying that sentence. What was the gen what was the story with the the digital do? Yes. I that was another online date. Yeah. We we went out once and he said he was one of those people nice guy, and I was contemplating going on a second date. And then he sent me a picture of him playing the didgeridoo like a campground house. Like, no, we'll have you met me because like camping. I'm like, no. It was like this like super dorky picture with the didgeridoo and. It is such a phallic simple. Like, what guy would think that's an do it for girl. Hey, look at me with this burningly in Europe, though. Man. Do I think that this? I I had one guy doing a naked handstand on. He sent me a photo of him. And he he was into living men, and it was a nicotine STAN like freedom like no, oh, it will be being free. So where else thought of people who just wanted to like Tex huddles cuddles? Oh, yeah. I tell you how many times that came up. Did it for three months, but in that amount of time? I got a lot of cuddle talk code for high. See non-commitment getting your bed, my guessing, it's a way, and I always offended actually not like offended. Whereas, oh that's off, sir. I would be like if you just tell me what you want, and as an adult woman, I can decide whether that's right for me instead of trying to like Taub shit in some kind of language that you think will be more acceptable to me like cuddle if you want to do something else. Let's get to the point like so instead of saying, let's have a pillow party. You would just say I'm into tartan feathering. That's funny. That's gonna. No as a king. I just think it's kind of not giving women enough credit for them to be able to exercise for agency in Tana me in their sex lives because some women might be down for like a one night fleeing. Or just what if you really thought that when we're going to cuddle what if like I show like I would put on my pajamas that Montgomery that say follow Aloma. I would be ready there. I'd have some popcorn in a puddle head. That's what you in. This guy would come over thinking that we're hitting sexy. And I'm in the fall of Armagh pitch. It wouldn't go. Well, you lied to me full. Cleared baby talk all as a way that's not its growth for sixty nine to me, maybe younger or is that true older? I forget now it's this another code for Netflix and chill is this. What cuddling is to the net. Flicks has come up the Netflix and chill. You had sex code for sexually. Yeah. Do you even turn on the TV? Or is that just code for reliant on the couch? I think it's let's hang out and get down. But I was never doing that. Like, I think I had one been asked me to come to house before it even men, and I was like. Was also like women do that you never met and woman's just gonna come to your house. That's to oh two. Don't do that. Bro. To tell the tale. I mean now that I do. Still waiting. Every night. If anyone's ready the cuddle. Two. They don't know what they're missing. I mean, I cut a legit. Yeah. It's yeah. Good time. Yeah. I'm glad we had this talk. Anyone else? Want to talk about dating store? Current situations did any of these online guys workout and where the man occurrence date. He was my mover. No, I know people when they hear that they're like that sounds like the beginning of a movie. Gartner? I want to hear the story. Oh, he was my mover. And it was it was crazy because the woman who I was moving in with this probably should've been like the red flag. She gave me the wrong key. She ended up being a lunatic. But yes, so when we got there. Visit New York. Yeah. Yeah. New York, we got to move everything in and I had my cat everything. The key didn't work and she wasn't at home. So me in the movers. The two movies had sit outside this building for couple hours waiting to come from Brooklyn to let us in. But in hindsight, I'm Mike had we not had to sit on the stoop for hours, perhaps we would have had that chick. Yes. Issues your mass maker, holy psycho were all right. Yep. Okay. But you know, it's strange to about that. As little say is when I immediately sat and talked with him like I immediately felt the connection. Do you know what I mean, you do nothing like manufacture it like it wasn't like, oh I want and he was so cute too. Because he's was you know, he's working. So he didn't want to cross lines that he was like so like like Facebook or like Instagram, and I was going with this because I was also in my moving close. Right. So I was like I kit hitting on me like what is happening 'cause I didn't mean. Yeah. Two years later is it. Henry for three years, but we've been like more together probably like the last year or so, and you do you wanna talk about because I like that you have different view, you're sort of not the social norm of your viewpoints on. And we could we want to oh, tell me if we can cut the center, but like open minded, you are with him to be about relationships, and you might not want a monogamous committed. I I mean or married. That's a really complicated conversation and very long over station. I don't think we need to have. If you could have an eight minutes. Loyalty and affection in love by sexual fidelity for typically long term relationships. I think it's really really hard some people can do it. And that's a mazing. But I think it's just hard. And so I don't know. That's all I'll say about it. But yeah, it's refreshing to hear someone who has a different viewpoint than you should be married. Stay married and be attracted to the person heavy day of your like fleeing Henry night, just recently, how to come for sation where I was like it's impossible that if you're whistling for ten years that you're not going to counter someone in the world, you're that you're attracted to you don't act on it. But. Please. Like, I mean, it's hard for you to Greece. Those wheels of Lexi, yeah. I was making that same point actually. And he was like, well, you know, if you start flirting with someone and you give them the wrong idea. I was like I need to see on the scale is he like more traditional and wants the loyalty. I just the case he ever hears. This. I won't say any more specific about our situation. 'cause I think he's also very private. The. Well, there you go online not online success story, but sit near sweatpants and meet a mover story can work on that one to just have to move more often for the best movers. Right. We're we're there any possibilities in that crew. They possibly stole my passport. I couldn't find my passport up. Just getting. Oh, I shouldn't say that. All right. God, I always see everything that regretted. After can we take that out? Now, I'm gonna like publicly defa meet their deaf defecate on their company defamation of character. Okay. So all right right in with your dating stories. I like carrying a bad dates you guys is. Check out on Nessin weaned. On all of this. Needs.

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Nataki Garrett Takes Over At Oregon Shakespeare Festival

The Frame

25:40 min | 2 years ago

Nataki Garrett Takes Over At Oregon Shakespeare Festival

"It from the broadcast center at k._p._c._c. This is the frame i'm john horn. Today's show music industry leaders say business is strong but weren't they just singing the blues then tocci garrett is the first black leader of the oregon shakespeare festival and she wants everyone to feel welcome. Oh come unlike when she was young group in oakland. I'm sure had friends who went up every year. Just never spoke about it to me. The g- never said wanted to join us is on this trip oh and then later on when i'm grown up and i've been working in the theater for twenty five years and they say you never came and a new documentary on the amazing musical range of linda ronstadt. That's all coming up on the frame. It's time for our end of the week. Check in with our friends at variety today. I'm i'm chatting with executive music editor shirley halperin yesterday at a variety media summit. She led a discussion on the state of the music industry. Her panel was titled. Don't don't call it a comeback and i asked her to explain why it is very appropriate for the talk that we had because you know the music business is really seeing a comeback resurgence. <hes> double digit growth in a streaming has completely changed the way that the business is this operates and it's bringing more cash into the fold which is <hes> which is huge and it's keeping many many companies afloat now just the the major labels the indies and everything in between your panel included representatives from traditional record labels and streaming sites pandora and youtube where are their businesses most aligned in where their businesses probably the most different. I think it kind of maybe piggybacks on a question that that i asked about how they're used to be the divide between north and south california silicon valley was very much seen as a product and engineer town and hollywood <hes> was very much seen as the place for for creatives and for storytelling and i think that those two worlds have really begun to merge urge a lot of it is because of jain streaming platforms like netflix amazon and on the music side pandora youtube spotify apple all music and it's just brought these sort of disparate parts or these parts that felt like they couldn't speak the same language together there is no music music without singers and songwriters and as the economic models have changed for the music business. How's that affecting artists. Do they feel like they. They are getting paid their fair. Share on the one hand. No artists are not happy with how much they're being. They're being paid but at least there's like a transparency is parents see to it. At least you can see where your streams are. Who your audiences. There's information that you can glean from your data. That will help if you grow your business so that's that's the plus side on the negative side as congress has has enacted the music modernization reservation act which i won't get into the weeds of that but it's meant to better the rates that song writers and creators have been getting over over decades and and beyond that there's this new lane of income which we spoke about at the conference which has sinks sinks basically placing songs in tv music commercials other visual media. It wasn't a very sexy business like ten or fifteen years ago and now it's become a huge revenue driver because there is so much media that that needs music. I was at my son's back to school night last night and the high school english teacher was talking about how kids don't sit down and read books anymore. Their consumption habits are very different and i think the same is true in terms of music. How is the way that people listen to music affecting the way that music is marketed orchid in sold one thing about the way people listen to music is that they're relying sort of more and more on an algorithm music used to be a something something that was curated by humans whether it was your program director your local d._j. Even friends recommending songs to other friends and and now it's become you know this formula. The algorithm really does predict what you're going to hear and there's been you know a little bit of discomfort in the music industry about that because you know not everything is democratic when it comes to music something's rise above because they're special or because they connect with people and and sometimes it requires the marketing and the promotion to put it out there so that people notice it in terms of the way the music industry used to run it was the transactional business and now that it's completely shifted to consumption model. It's required of the labels to get to know these fan basis as their customers and that has completely changed the way that record companies work. All of the panelists were women the moderator you that was by design or accident but what does that say about women in music right now and are they enjoying a little bit more success than they you might be in film and television. It was completely by accident and it was really nice it all coming from the same place all sort of risen. It's an above and succeeded. I'm one of these people who i never even thought about my gender until these last few years but everything that that i've done in my career has been to elevate the gender and myself included so there was something really interesting about having four incredibly probably successful women in different parts of the music industry who clearly understand what's going on and and have and have like real visions for the present and the future so i don't know what that says about women in music overall but the fact that it just happened that way and we've had a couple of events at variety especially especially on the music side that have come up with parody without really trying so maybe things are changing. What was your takeaway on where the music industry is headed. There's so much going on. There's so much disruption new technologies new ways of finding music. Did you get a sense is that things are going to continue to be chaotic or does it feel like there's a settling out right now. I don't think we're quite settled yet and mostly because we're seeing all these tectonic shifts happened happened in real time and we don't have the benefit of being able to process and properly analyze you know it's been said that the music industries of the wild-west right now and and i think it will continue to be for the next couple of years. Surely halprin is the executive editor of music. Add variety. Surely have a great weekend can and thanks for coming back on the show. You can follow what's going going on in the entertainment industry at variety dot com coming up on the frame mottaki garrett is the new artistic director of the oregon shakespeare festival festival and she's rewriting the script founded in one thousand nine hundred eighty five the oregon shakespeare. Festival is a theater lovers paradise. Good is tucked away in the rural town of ashland just north of the california border despite its name. It's hardly all shakespeare all the time. The festival stages about a dozen productions every year. A mix of contemporary works and classical plays some adapted for modern day for the first time in more than a decade. The festival has they do artistic. Director mottaki garrett takes over from bill roche who went to oregon from l. A.'s cornerstone theater and is now off to a new post in new york. City garrod told me that as the festival's first artistic director who is in white she's having deep conversations with supporters about what it really means to bring in new audiences. They've actually been asking me in every conversation. I'm having with my stewarding audience. How are you going to diversify us. What are you going to do to make sure that people are coming the other people that don't look like this that are younger than us that are <hes> from different cultural backgrounds and my question back to them as yes. What are you going to do think. How are you going to assist system that it's a destination theater. You have to choose to come there a group in oakland. I'm sure i had friends who went up every year. That never spoke about it to to me. The never said wanted to join us on this trip ashland said oh. It's tough because i know it's an exclusive is experience. It belongs to me. I'm supposed to be the one to go to it. Oh and then later on when i'm a grownup and i've been working in the theater for twenty five years and they say you never came now. Oh i never came. I was not invited. I didn't know anything about it. My mother worked three jobs. You know that that was not a part of my life but i also feel like you never invited me. You will answer yeah exactly and it's not a forward like they're not forwardly excluding me from it. What they are doing is not remembering thing to bring me along as a way of saying this is something for us that gets to a fundamental issue that anybody who is running a nonprofit arts organization azazel with a subscriber base faces and that is we have these people who are loyal customers and they keep coming year after year after year and there are these new new audiences that we want to develop and often the new audience and the old audience aren't going to agree on the same thing so how do we retain these people that are our lifeblood and give new audiences something that they're attracted to and maybe challenge these existing subscribers to open their minds to new new kinds of art see i think we're asking the wrong question because i remember saying to this to a board member of denver center who was saying that we're not planning on pandering wandering to a younger audience and used dot kind of language and i said i said you know how long have you been coming to this place and he said oh. I remember the very first production you know thirty forty years ago and i said it's an how old were you thirty or forty years ago. That season was chosen for for you. Those people sat and thought about what to deliver to you. I have to think about what to deliver to the next audience. Did you sit in that room by yourself. Were you. The only person was everybody in the room your age no so i think the question is. How can we create a space where people pull feel confident enough to share their armchair rest with everybody else. That's where i think we have to ask. We have to figure out where is that intersection a section that traverses the divide between age and race and gender that says it's okay for me to sit next to you while we witnessed that you can take a classic play and you can stage it in a way and it can tell a new story so when you think about classic works that can be reexamined. Is it important to you to look at how these works live and breathe in the modern world and does that feel exciting to you or is it difficult. It's both it's both difficult and exciting. There are some plays written by her namesake playwright playwright shakespeare were you. I'm just appalled and i know he's a man of his time and it's really important to separate time from now but i had somebody write me nia letter where they wanted me to be aware of the impact of the work of shakespeare on a new audience and when we forgive because he's a man one of his time we forgive him for stories about rape and incest and stories about racism and stories are that are antisemitic anti disability when you have all of those things things happening in a play then pack it and you say well this is high art and you're supposed to like this and if you don't like it there's something wrong with you and then you present that to middle the school children or you present that to high schoolers or college age people and you're basically saying to them. You should figure out a way to accept this. This should be something that you should swallow and so i think as a person who produces shakespeare i have to be very clear about the impact that i'm making and where i have. The most control is in the image. The word is powerful because of the image because how the body holds it. That's where i can make the difference. We're talking when the talkie garrett who is was the new artistic director of the oregon shakespeare festival. Good art is about conversation and it's about a conversation that happens on many different levels. What can theater do that movies. He's music tv visual art cantu. The struggle of theater is the unique power of theater struggle of theater. Is there something about about witnessing humanity live with other humans. There's something chemical or physiological that shifts in your heart heart and your brain and in your blood where you realize you're watching something. You're you're being a voyeur. You're watching something terrible. You're watching something delicious unfunny. You're witnessing something and you're breathing. The air with other people that organic experience is something that is kind of singular to the theater because you can deliver music. That's that sound you can deliver a word that's poetry. You can deliver movement. That's dance. You can do all of those things things at the same time and do it. In a room. That's filled with other human beings and the live exchange is immediate. It's not like you can re-experience. It and i think that's the the separation. It's not a concert right where you have a barrier and it's not a dance show where people aren't speaking. It's all of those things at once and it's happening happening organically. It's unfair for me to compare you to your predecessor but he said something when i met with him a year ago this bill rouch about art and politics. I just want to tell you what he said and see what you think about it. I think all art is political. I think all theater is political. You are naive if you say i'm going to create this work of art and this is the political impact. It's going to have on the world but i think it's even more naive and more dangerous. If you don't recognize that whatever you do as an artist will have political impact because we are shaped daily by the art we consume yeah. I i agree with that and yet as a woman of have color. I live in a body that is been politicized at birth right so i move into spaces and people say oh. Your politics are so loud. Even if i haven't said anything i am constantly bombarded by this idea of the politics of my body and my experience and that's because i'm supposed to exist outside of the status quo recently. I had a conversation precision with somebody in my on my marketing team where i had to say yes. Of course we have to focus on social justice. It is extremely important to make sure that people understand that that we support those causes and what is social justice social justice is trying to create a space in which i can just exist in my full dynamic experience experience in existence. I can simply just live and be and walk down the street and not have seventy point to me and say hi political entity. I'm gonna politic myself around you and so i think it's also important to remember why we do the work of politics but our focus has to be on humanity. Your first season won't be unveiled until two thousand twenty one but when you were thinking about it's kind of like a fantasy football draft. When you're picking your players. What are you looking for. And what do you not looking for for one of the things that i'm focused on as an artistic director and as an artist is i'm looking for a way to open our capacity for empathy through the work that we do and the plays that i'm inspired by plays that reminds us of our basic humanity and inspire us to action so that we can create eight spaces where people can live there full dynamic lives and that's extremely important to me as an artist and as a human being as artistic director my goal is to locate those plays and try to figure out i if they are impactful in the way that i stated if they can give us a deeper sense of who we we are in our profound humanity and if they can lead us towards the possibility for a better future a brighter future future for the people that were raising to populate this world world if they don't do those things that i'm not interested in it and that's including shakespeare win. I do produce shakespeare. I'm looking for a way to shake things up. In the way that the populace silas playwright shakespeare was looking for a way to shake things up and engage shakespeare wrote plays for royalty so that he could afford to write the place for the people and i'm interested interested in the gap between those two spaces as well and i'm interested in the intersection between those two spaces and that's how program season looking for new planes new writers new new ideas new thoughts new forms. I went to cal arts so i i have a a little bit of avangard in me and i'm always interested in in a way of stretching this idea via the image in ways that we can strand the viewer from convention so they might be able to locate something deeper inside their own experience and then the last last thing is how will those plays effect the people on the other side of the footlights what happens to my audience when i'm asking them to engage with each other other in their experience of witnessing story. I'm always looking for a way for the people who meet on the armrest to engage with one another on their side site at the footlights and that's my little secret in the work that i do know talki- garrett is the new artistic director of the oregon shakespeare festival in ashland oregon mottaki. Hey thanks so much for coming in. Thank you thank you for having me coming up on the frame. A new documentary explores the varied career of linda ronstadt. Take the true. Linda ronstadt fan knows that the singer now seventy three was much more than a rockstar she it was a musical innovator with a stunning range from light opera to pop standards to traditional mexican folk songs filmmakers rob epstein and jeffrey friedman explored. Her career in the new film lender ronstadt the sound of my voice. They told me about the l._a. Music scene that ronstadt joined in her early twenties will all the troubadour was happening place and it seems to be where a lot of musicians that we've come to know and love got their start and linda was among them so jackson jackson browne joni mitchell james taylor they all started in l._a. At the at the troubadour and it's where linda was i heard which is his former the stone ponies by david geffen. I wanna play an early song that linda ronstadt records and i wanna play a clip from the film. Tom and this song might be familiar to a lot of people who know linda ronstadt song so this one is called different from yeah so that's her recording of it or performance of it in the film and this is the version that probably most of us. I have heard the raw so i'm gonna ask you a little bit about the people that linda ronstadt worked with what role the producers and engineers played in the development of her music because same song but a very different sound that producer had a very strong idea of what the arrangement was going to be for that and linda that i was taken aback when she heard it because she was so used to the folk version so it took her awhile to make that adjustment but of course she realizes that that's what helped to make it a hit people may not realize that it was originally written by a man michael desmond who ought to become part of the monkeys <hes> and the song's about a man not wanting to get tied down to any one woman and linda turn that on its head. We really came to see her story. As one of <hes> empowerment when she was a woman who was making it in a male world this musical music world that was controlled by men and and making it on her own terms and a pioneer in that regard linda ronstadt had an unbelievable range and she could sing being anything <music> aw it felt like she was always hungry. She wanted to try new things if it was a comic opera if it was old standards. Why was she so driven to not stay just doing rock. What was what was behind that motivation. Do you think she is an artist and i think she was just restless and unsatisfied to keep repeating being which she'd been doing in the past. She describes it as having to sing the same thing over and over again until it starts to sound like your washing machine but these are version rose and styles that she grew up listening to and they were all part of her authentic musical d._n._a. And there were things that you wanted to get back to the music that she loved at a certain point in her career she was successful enough to be able to say <hes> okay. I i wanna do. I wanna do something completely different now along those same lines she was told no a lot of times by record executives and i think as was often the case when they said no. They wish they had said yes. The album is called. Kanti owners day me padre songs of my father in it. Not only is is critically successful. I think to this day. It's the largest selling spanish language album in u._s. Recorded music history is that right. I think that's still holds why was that important to her and when she was told no. How did she get around that. How did she prevail while the record companies were baffled by her choices voices at that point in her career <hes> but she was bound and determined and she says at one point in an interview in the film from that period. She said this is music. If i don't do i will die. I mean she was. She was a musical adventurer when she had her sights on what that next adventure i was going to be it was gonna having come hell or high water. There's a scene toward the end of the film in which linda ronstadt is singing or trying to saying thing and it's very touching. I think some people could read it as heartbreaking. I thought it was beautiful. What was it like to film the scene with linda with parkinson's. It's trying to sing. We wanted to find a way to include linda in the present tense knowing the condition that she said she wasn't willing or able to do a sit down on interview late in the game she was doing this trip to mexico and invited our cameras to participate and let us film on this very intimate scene of her singing with her nephew and her cousin and i think from linda's perspective it felt like a very natural organic way to let the audience in on her present tense without making any kind of issue of it without making any any kind of point. It was just a moment where you get to see her leaving her life very fully completely engaged music is still very much much a part of her life as she says she still sings in her mind <hes> and this was a rare moment where she's also singing very intimately with family rob steiner. Jeffrey friedman's new documentary is called. Linda ronstadt the sound of my voice robin jeffrey. Thanks for coming on the show. Thanks <music> through <hes> the linda ronstadt documentary is in select theaters starting today and that's the week thanks to the team that produces the frame and taylor mcferrin who supplies are opening theme music. I'm john horn and make sure to tune tune into the frame weekend which are saturday at two o'clock. We're back here on monday at the mon. Broadcast center have a great weekend.

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681: The Mandalorian S2E7 Review: "Chapter 15: The Believer"

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1:02:14 hr | 9 months ago

681: The Mandalorian S2E7 Review: "Chapter 15: The Believer"

"Belgian hunting is a complicated profession. That's why we're here to talk about the mandalorian on disney. Plus my name is dan morin. And as i said this is the show where we recap episodes of the mandalorian. And i'm joined by a wonderful guest to talk about this past week's episode and in this case i'm joined by two wonderful guests dragooned some of my very best and very longest friends to join me on this episode. So i'd like to welcome to the podcast. Jason tachi and genevieve tachi guys. How you doing for okay thing about it though. I understand extremely cautious about making sure. I don't talk over my wife. it's it's it's twenty twenty so i also know you take a second. You need to think in process about like. How exactly is this going really well. So both of you. I have to be for a long time. Jason and i go back more years than i really wanna count although i think i just pegged it at thirty a second ago but i think it's a little under that close though clan gen. I've known for coming up on twenty. Probably i don't i don't i don't like it. I don't like it either. But that's just the way it is. I guess anyways. I'm delighted to have you both with me to talk about this week's episode but before we dive into that i just wanted to give you both an opportunity to talk about the show as a whole in general and just like what you like about it. what you keep coming back for. What's really entertained you or what have you geno served you. Oh i have way better answers. If i'd slept last night because the first one was the mind is like the soundtrack do i come back for the soundtrack that it's a really short show. Maybe i'm not sure. Good answer though Yeah i don't know. I like that it's both episodic and kind of a season plot But each story is really self contained in tight. I feel like a lot of tv these days. Kind of spirals out In space is cool. Because i don't have to go. I can witness it firsthand. I'm afraid of space. You don't have to space now. What's making you jay. She stole some of mine. Was it also space. I i love space. I love that. It's basically like a western and also sometimes like a samurai show. It really feels like it's getting back to like star wars routes it's like at its initial. Inspirations like feels like the most recognizably star wars thing to me and since since the original trilogy But like also the fact that it comes in like a thirty minute segment like overstate. How big of a deal. That is for parents. Like the fact that like like we're we're caught up on it because it's always like will we might as well watch the mandalorian. We can actually fit it right. Yeah i actually really like that aspect that they make the episodes always feels like just as long as they need to be and not like it doesn't need to fill a certain time block right. Yes and i love that. It's very predictable but in a very satisfying way. Yeah it's not a show that necessarily tries to like shock you at a of points. Although i will argue there is one scene in steps owed this week which will talk about a little bit later which i thought was like shocking and like foreshadowed and stuff like that but still kind of had a shocking effect for me. Yeah i like those. Because i would say you guys both for my you know my longtime knowing you. I think you both enjoy star wars. But i would not classify either of you as like rabid star wars fans. He is so much bigger. He's got a bunch broader star wars knowledge base and as we watch the show like he'll chuckle about and i'll be like. Am i supposed to know some nerd style. Here and he'll he'll say like well in the priests in the prequels and i'll say the prequels didn't exist so I certainly enjoy star wars but also this parts of that like it's for me. It's it's really fun story But i'm not as well versed as i would say seventy percent of friends. You're very star wars. Have you friend as i feel and it spills over into like my other professional merit areas to like texting with another mom who studies. You know liverworts so very technical person. She's like oh yeah no. You're no this is. This is what we're talking about and you just know anything. She corrected there was like what was it last week when we were like doom bots. Or whatever. I don't know like they're sentinels. And i was like who's the nerd so that's always fun position to be cool. Well anything else you wanna add or should we dive into this week's episode new all right. Let's dive into this week's episode. So this is chapter. Fifteen the believer which i thought was really interesting. A lot of the chapter. Titles this season have been like okay. Yeah like i could see where this is going like last week. Like the tragedy. It's all right something bad's going to happen surprise whereas this we don't really know i don't really know where we're going with us So we open in the as the intro. Recap reminds us the car thon fields. Where a bunch of tie fighters are getting disassembled. I liked. They both have like machinery for this rate like these kind of like crane things but also just people standing down there with like welding things just like taking them apart And we we once again encounter mayfield who we met last season during the prison break. Episode is taking apart a tie fighter When there is a droid the comes over in a costume and when little detail khatamai rewatch year. Which i enjoyed was that the joy ties to talk to him. And he doesn't hear it to the droid. Hasta lake essentially like raise. Its voice in order to get hurt. Which i thought was like a weird concept for a robot in like it kind of just turns up the volume though which i thought was funny ignoring it. It's not that he didn't hear it. It's a good point can tell you that that was like this is a different viewpoint than i often have on the show and i enjoy it so we see cara. Dune appears she is remaining may fell to her custody. He is a little discombobulated by this and kind of keeps getting upset about it including demanding to be told where he is taken and enjoy his bits about like i. It's just common courtesy. You just tell somebody. Were taking them. And i enjoyed this. Is bill burr who comedian and his from boston which has led to a lot of jokes about boston exists. In the star wars universe they encounter fat and finnick who are waiting with slave one and mayfield freaks out for a second when he sees boba fett in his nicely cleaned up arner which i think actually thought looked a little more bad ass when it was all dented and dinged and everything same coat of paint on. It exactly noticed it and we're like come on. Yeah you got you got better time. But i guess he's been waiting to have it for a while and may fail. Take us out for a second. I thought you were the other guy. And then of course mando shows up and he's very nervous about it and thinks that they're there to kill him but cared. Unionists explains he spent a lot of rules because he's imperial and he seems a little defensive about that. Which is our first sort of inkling of where this might be going and says like it was a long time ago. But they point out that he knows his imperial clearances and protocols and they sort of take them off to the mission and To title is amazing that no one has assassinated him yet or something else like either. You need to get an old imperial stuff. And he should have been like us from the gecko and not scrapping ships or like the empire should flight had like auto explodes and people's heads because they were awful it to me. It seems like a big. Let's just drop this here to make life easy weird. I was going to say at least switch up the codes and protocols after the first couple bet stars get. It does seem like those coach last a super long time. I thought it was interesting. Also because it positions him as somebody who is like of important but also clearly not. That important was pretty far down the ladder. But i agree that like the security protocols suggests maybe you're not really running a tight ship. One thing i like. Is that which i mentioned before is that every week even though they have the same theme song. It's always a little different and this week's is i think the most different that we've heard yet. It's almost like a totally different symphonic theme happening. But i really liked it. It just was as i'm always fascinated by how he changes up the music every week. So we we get a fun scene inside sleeve one a which we kind of see how it works. Yeah that's the name of the ship. Okay can we just call boba fett ship or or the nerds gonna be mad at me. That's fine we can. Maybe i'll remember now. I'll try to remember. I had today that not in a books books. No not that was books. Yeah that's probably fine. What i like about it. Is they make a game attempt here to explain how the ship works because it's never made any sense at all because it lands on its back but then when its in flight it kinda like turns and i guess like everything's supposed to pit inside a zero sense somebody somewhere thought this is cool and never thought about the practicalities of how such a ship would work. I mean one in space. It doesn't matter to. I'm really glad they only left that scene for a minute if they do this any longer. I'm gonna throw They're looking for the coordinates mafiyas cruiser and mayfield versus like nope. Just take me back. I don't want any part of this. And then care points out that they have his kid which funds the little green guy. Yes the little green guy mayfield. I think makes a good point here which is asking. What's in it for him like. Are they going to take him like let him go afterwards. Now you get some some scenery basically for a few days. He's like well. I guess that's good enough. He needs an internal imperial terminal in suggests. There's one on the planet. More ac which apparently has a secret imperial mining hub where they appear to be something called raido neom which is highly volatile and explosive which seems to separate words for the same thing but okay so things are that you can be explosive and novel goose that would lead with explosive and then say and volatile volatile by itself. Seems like okay sure. Why been describing the explosive. Like what kind of explosive is it. It's a stable explosive volatile explosive. This is a little bit like organic chemistry. We should sorry. I forgot your your expertise and explosives shit. Remember that yeah. There's plenty of security at this place that they decide that they're gonna go in quiet. We see essentially that they have. These transports that drive with the right tone them in them in this very nice lush not quite jungle world but very are boreal world and we've run into our first snag which they need to people to go in and although mayfield obviously going to be one of them. Carradine can't do it. Because the basis basically are run by ex imperial spies and they scan their genetics. Sure that's the thing you can do. And she's going to pop up because she's in the new republic they can't send in because she's wanted by the security forces and in my favorite line of the week but points out. Let's just say they might recognize my face which i enjoyed because of course he's the face of all the clones as well that they had and so they might. They might literally recognize. That was the one time in this episode. That i got to explain an joke to know what this means. We've been we've been watching. I've been watching claymores and cat. My wife has been watching it for the first time and so she has gotten to experience all the fund with the clones in that show which is very fun because they're really really good weirdly out of two two movies that are terrible that with the clones. The animated show is excellent so short struggles to mandalorian. And obviously there's gonna be some problems with him wearing his armor but he notices that. The people driving these these transports are in themselves in armor. He realizes i can just put on a different suit of armor us. They hopped down on the roof of the the transport enters the tunnel and carried you and takes both the drivers and the mando in mayfield interest in their armor and everybody's enjoying mandalorian wearing stormtrooper armor which does not look particularly great on him but he gives his own armor carry dune and we get a kind of an interesting series of incidents where may kind of tries to talk to him a lot. You get the idea that may just one of guys like who will never quite shut up. I mean and so on a planet with other like prisoners screaming stuff for how long probably not big on conversation over there. S no and bostonians are chatty true. That's true he tries to give him take his helmet off a lot. Which i enjoy and it's not really happening a maine lawrence not having a drive past a lot of these balloon up transport's which seems to be our first sort of pre sentiment that something bad may happen here. We have our little chekhov's gun here as they hear someone on the radio talking to one of the other transports about them running hot suggesting that. Maybe that's not agree thing And we've seen here where they drive through this village and get the stink eye from the people who live there and this is sort of this interesting thread that we get picked up here with mayfield where he talks about young empire new republic. It's all the same we're just invaders essentially and it's i thought it was interestingly philosophical for this character who don't know a lot about going into this episode right. Because are the time we met him like last season he was basically. I like a thug doing a job and now he seems to have a little more time to be philosophical about this stuff he he. Espouses the idea that you know wherever you go. In the galaxy someone's ruling other people are being ruled and he talks about like you know the people who died in the wars the mandalorian whether they had a choice. And how is that any different than the empire i. I thought this was really interesting. Because overall the arc with this season and the mandalorian seems to be a lot about you know essentially having him question his faith in a variety of different ways like we saw him with. Cobb vance both back on tattooing where he realized you know. He wasn't a mandalorian he had stolen but with armor but he didn't end up having to kill him for that and then meeting the other man lauren's 's who were perfectly fine taking their helmets off and he's like. Oh maybe i'm the weird one. So i've kind of enjoyed this bit with him. Being you know increasingly questioning of presented with these challenges to the things that he believes which. I guess wraps back into the title of the episode a little bit. That's true i did. I personally found it interesting. That fields take was like will. There has to be a colonialist imperial rule that crushes everyone. We obviously can't do something more encompassing and it just kind of feels Felt extra point in today's current atmosphere in society. Where the idea that. Everything needs to be from a colonialist and top down viewpoint yup okay. That was a good non to that. It also feels like you know the seems like a philosophy that really makes sense. If you don't wanna feel guilty about being a space nazi. Yeah that's true. And i think there's an argument that he he clearly does have some guilt and feelings of remorse about possibly what he was involved in right like some of it like you said it's like this definitely smacks of a rationalization of like look. It's just it's the way of the world right like you're either getting stepped on or you're the one doing the stephan and he has the point that like if you were born a man. Laurie believe one thing. If you were born on all drowned believe something else but neither of them exist anymore so it doesn't really matter and we're just survivors. So yeah i agree. I think that there is definitely a an angle to that that suggests like maybe he doesn't entirely believe this but it's kind of like he says you kind of just got to find a way to sleep at night and i liked his point. That like what's interesting. is the rule. Start to change when you get desperate like he. He questions like can is it. You can't take off your helmet or you can't show your face because there is a difference about this time. We start running into more challenges. There's mentions of interference on the route. We're talking to one or the other transports he gets cuts cut off. And then there's an explosion on the horizon and jog enough for has been destroyed. Proceed with caution. Another one of them gets destroyed and then we get these skiffs arrive with pirates and men has to go and take them out. I mean they were pirates or do they were like the native inhabitants of the planet. Really mad because they weren't trying to steal the stuff they were trying to blow it up. I totally agree with you. And i thought that's where it was gonna go. I thought they were going to turn out like after like dispatched of all of them. They were going to start to figure that out which i thought was. Because you're totally right. That struck me as well as like. They're not here to steal anything they're just going to blow it up. There's no profit in that right if you're a pirate you're trying to make a buck and that seems like in this case you're just sort of destroying we're gonna put all that stuff on their tiny little like souped up skateboard the right right. Take a load with them right. And it's not like thermal detonators or free right so yeah that's right that's right. They'll just give them away. yeah. I thought that was interesting because i. I really expected them to go more into that. And they didn't hear i. Maybe maybe the luebeck at some point but episode. yeah right. it's you don't have enough time for that. That's true kind of wonder if it was just like well. They need a pretense for there to be a an action scene here and we're going to think through it but who knows. Yeah i yeah. I agree that it was a little odd. This is a fun action sequence. Though because we get these skiffs them jumping on board and the mandalorian personal favourite. Like you get to watch him fight and he tries to do all the things that he normally does and it doesn't work because he's not wearing his armor so like there's a scene where he tries to block with his arm as somebody swings like a you know a club atom basically and it just shatters his armor instead of like the best car which is basically indestructible apparently so that was a lot of fun to watch him deal with that he gets hit a couple of times and he asked to sort of make do because his his gun runs out of ammo he tries throwing it at a guy and then at one point he like javelins za guy off the back and every time it seems like he's managed to sort of clear them out. Another skiff appears with more with more people and at the same time you know. He's tried to get mailed to speed up but then mail slowdown or they're going to blow up. Which is very i dunno. Speed or possibly I think there's a movie called the wages of fear which is like the guys transporting nitroglycerin in. I want to somewhere in latin america over like the really bumpy roads. Classic sort of suspense flick. So they get one of the parts open they plan to detonator and the mandalorian man to throw them off and get the detonator like peck at them to blow them up beforehand. Unfortunately there's a bunch more skips and they come to a bridge and they can't cross a high speed so they have to slow down. There's another nice moment and again. I always enjoy the mandalorian. Pedro pascal or happens to be in the armor at that point doing very physical acting bits right because the mandalorian doesn't talk a lot so there's a scene where like they're they're coming up any realizes to fight like twelve more of these guys and kinda size and then like you know sets himself and we think it's going to be pro you know. Be a a real ordeal and the tie fighters appear and essentially blow all of the pirates up and it's an interesting moment again because it casts the bad guy is in the heroic role in this like from the perspective of our characters right there like cheering and happy because they're not going to get blown up but it's they're cheering for the empire. Yeah for a split second. Felt like i've never been so sympathetic of stormtroopers. Not just for a split second. But for the whole scene leading up to it where he's getting the crap beat out of him and his arms breaking in his guns jamming. And it's just like this is why these poor bastards hit the broad side of a barn because their their entire government is based around well. Let's go for quantity over quality. There's a real economic issue there. I think like people talk about that a lot. Like what is the stormtrooper armor. Good for like last week we saw boba fett like beat up a whole bunch of guys break a much are the armor and it's like it's clearly not meant for hand to hand combat doesn't seem to stop you much of you get shot with it like it's basically like a cheap uniform really it's meant to make them totally disposable right they have no faces have no personalities they have no real clear ranks right. I mean maybe you know about real for like to the layperson. They have no real ranks. They are basically just disposable and that's how they're treated so i actually felt like that was a clear indicator of this and i still didn't have sympathy for them because they were basically terrorizing a planet and the whole fight scene actually frustrated me because while i enjoy the physical acting and i thought that was done very well the whole time i was like these people have no armor the spears and a few explosives you know they saved out. Because they're trying to save their world from this pillaging and destruction so the whole time. I was saying like you guys better fix us like this episode. Better end with you fixing this or else this. Is you destroying a whole bunch of people that were actually doing good trying to destroy this imperial base. Normally you would come in and mess with and you've murdered all these people to do it. Yeah so to give. The point is is definitely definitely makes you think there is a team but this time i was just like not as it was very well executed and i really enjoy. I don't know who's always in the suit but like the physical acting within the suit is fabulous but i just felt tense. The whole time not unlike wits at ten fight scene but like the morality of the whole thing. I think was really complex. This episode. I appreciate that yeah. We're not correct me if i'm wrong. We're the pirates a completely different species from the people that we see in the village. They roll through these. Do look different. Yeah we we. The people in the village look more human for lack of a better word So but unclear. I mean these these quote unquote pirates might be a different species that lives on the same planet. Like it isn't really it isn't really explained. And it's hard to tell if that is an intentional choice or an expedient choice in terms of like like you said we just need a threat for them to fight off or whether there was intended to be more of a question here as to who these people actually are. I don't think we get a satisfactory answer to that. I hope it's not just one of those things like we'll we'll dress these people up in this funny makeup so you'll think of them as the other and not like you like. Yeah yeah. I feel like they tend to be a little more savvy about that in this show but yeah it's hard to say so. They arrive at the base as they know they drive through this very again very uncomfortable. Gauntlet of all the troopers. Saluting them and mayfield says. I never thought you'd be happy to see storm troopers and when they get out like it's also interesting because this is the most human again for lack of a better word that we see stormtroopers being like everybody's like clapping patent them on the back and stuff and like usually we are used to seeing stormtroopers as like faceless hordes right like they're attacking people or they're standing in formation Or occasionally one or two of them. Get a word off. As they're like interrogating somebody but like at this point they seem more like you know the people they see more like people really. And it's it's weird right. I think in deliberately meant to make you uncomfortable. So they sort of work their through the crowd and they determine the terminals probably in the officers mess may feel like peaks in and finds it. And he's about to go in when you recognizes an officer in the mess. Somebody named valen has who he used to serve under and he's like well. I was pretty low ranked. I was just a field operative but he might recognize me. We should just we have to abort this entire mission doubt. That whole thing was so bizarre. Because he's in there without a helmet on and he hasn't been part of this crew and like nobody's like who the hell are you driving. This thing Likes nobody recognizes. That he does it belong but also seems like perhaps they go through a lot of drivers scott. A lot of people got blown up. So maybe they maybe they get a lot new people in you know. Yeah i agree. Nobody points it out but also it's also unclear like how much time do these people spend their helmets off. Maybe they just don't know what people look like right like as we see in a minute like clearly don't recognize everybody. The mandalorian decides like mean. We can't aboard like this important. We got a. This is my only chance. Essentially find mafia and ship and mayfield tells him well. The problem is terminal. Has to scan your face and so. There's some debate about this. Because you know lawrence helmets kind of thing but in the end demand learning takes the cokie and he goes in. And i you know makes that game attempt right when you're like maybe aching guessed the password to like it like no matter. What if i just leave the helmet on like how good is this computer. Doesn't go well and eventually it's about to shut down. And he decides like i gotta go for it so he takes off his helmet which is only the second time in the entire show that we have seen his face and i thought this is the moment i alluded to earlier. That i thought was shocking. Like it is it is well foreshadowed right like at this point. We kind of get like there's not going to be another way around this and they've been talking about his helmet all episode but i was not convinced that he would take it off and i thought i it's great. I love it because it comes down to again. Like his whole. He has to choose. And i've said like since the first season i'm like it's gonna come to him like he can either save the kid or take the helmet off right like those are going to be the choices. He's in order to do it. He's going to have to take off and i-. I gasped a little bit added even though i knew what he looks like underneath it. Yeah i mean as a parent like he's not apparent. Obviously but it was very clear like you do you. Don't you don't have life anymore right. You don't get to make choices for white you're wants are like your own ideals met like nothing matters like you just have to do whatever it takes hopefully no destroy your soul in the meantime and that's what he's doing so good job. You're actually dad now. Jason might be less pessimistic about the whole thing. He got more sleep than i did those early years. So yeah and last night i reacted the same way. When you said you were shocked. I knew exactly which seen you were talking about. And it was also like like you knew he was gonna take off the helmet. You didn't necessarily know that it was gonna turn into a long gated like hey let me chat. We have without a helmet. That was the part that was really like gut wrenching like. Oh my god. You're really going to go there. I did at the same time. The whole seem. Like i've got this really weird mixture of feelings going on with this this this gut wrenching moment in terms of. Oh god you really going there and also what what. The hell is the point of a system that scans your face but doesn't actually compared to any kind of database. I thought about that do and don't need to recognize. You just need to make sure you have a face and also like i couldn't put out of my head like do you think that he's got a mustache. Because it's just too hard to shave mortaring helmet. I think he does no. I thought it was key. I agree totally with you on the security system which makes zero sense to me. But i enjoyed that. He takes the helmet off and it is a genuine totally right. It's that point of like this is point of no return in some ways. It's the point like you said where he becomes apparent for real like he's been kind of playing at this point but it came down to like you discard your most deeply held belief or you can save your kid and at the end of the day. He chose to save the kid. And i think that that says a lot about where he is now versus where he started at you know even earlier in the season or even at the beginning of the show because nothing nothing more important to him up until now and he finally found something that was and i think that plays into the the end of this episode of bit to just showing that he is he is changing and evolving his beliefs. Because of this So as you said we get this you gets the coordinates but then we have this awkward scene where the officer comes over and starts quizzing him about his designation. Clearly doesn't know anything about imperial protocols. So he tries to say i'm the transport crew and the officers. Like what are you talking about. Like i essentially asked for your serial number and mayfield appears and bails him out by giving up some fake numbers which again. Apparently nobody in this base knows well enough to know with fake number. Sounds like and tries to cover for him by saying that his His vessel lost pressure. You know he's he's got to speak up. There is a little easter egg. I caught there. But only when i had the the captions on because mayfield says the vessel lost pressure in in. He says tab But the battle of tab is something referenced by landau in return of the jet. i But i didn't catch until i saw the spelling of it because bill. Burr pronounces it differently. And then we get that fun moment. Where he's like oh he can't hear. Well what's your name. And of course he doesn't have a good answer for that. Either the mandalorian not a guy you send in for like your your undercover spice stuff and mayfield goes out. We just call. Brown was great and he says let's go those reports which is an office space joke which i'm wondering if that was what i was. Just be really tired. Nope nope but the officer calls them back and insist. Let's get a drink. And i don't know who this actor is. But he's great because he's got like that southern southern drawl. Let's get a drink. Brown is who finicky carrot outside and there's sort of divvying up who's going to get to shoot what and then being like. What is taking these guys so along. Of course they're sitting down having a drink with this officer who goes through sort of a long elaborate thing about what to have a toast to and he asks mandalorian where he's from again meant. Lauren does not have an answer. He's not prepared. he's not done. The reading and mayfield suggests hosting operation cinder. Which is. I think i only knew about because it was mentioned in one of the video games in recent years. I didn't really know the details. I just knew the name but we sort of get a little bit more on it. Mayfield was at a place called. Burn khan and He apparently he's turned out served under house. Although as we now know has does not remember him or recognize him and it becomes apparent that this was really an awful situation where like a city was destroyed. Entire people was wiped out the imperial division. Like all died. And this is where mayfield sort of has his like. Like come to jesus moment or something right where he's like. This was bad and he is having like trauma flashbacks essentially to everybody dying in this operation. That was a small sacrifice according to the officer and my single favorite moment in this conversation was chatting. And he says you know it says every they're all dead essentially and it cuts to pedro pascal and he looks at mayfield and just like his eyes go wide and he does this really short like head shake like no. Don't do it. i was really good. That was really good. But it's like when you get like out. Sox fan starting to talk down to a yankee fan of back and forth and got like you got like the bruin at the table. Who's just like. Oh no no. He's he's really felt. Like i was at a family gathering not my family. But my maybe but like we're just like you know they've they're just ready to go at it and i was like yes. Fells familiar. No poorly. And i like that. It's it's the shortness. And the the very like containment of the motion to is is evocative of of when we see him do that kind of stuff in the army. Because i feel like so much of his physicality in his acting are small movements and it was kind of cool to see even when he's out of his arm and clearly like on his back foot right because he is not in his comfort zone. He still has that same sort of taciturn physicality where it's just small movements and he's just like doing the little head shake. I thought that was great. may fell. Keep sort of going on. This is mounting becoming much. More like a lot more pressure on this whole situation in talks about all the civilians who died defending their homes. Like was this good for them. And the officers saying the new republic we won essentially right like the new republic is all in disarray. And we're getting stronger and now we've got all this explosive stuff and we're going to do worse and then he goes into the people don't want freedom they just want order. They're going to welcome us back with open arms. And then he toasts to the empire and mayfield is tied in on him there. Right like he's like kind of thinking it through but not really thinking right. He's just he's kind of a person is breaking point and then he shoots the guy and there's a nice moment of silence almost after that happens right like mando looks at him and then there's like another storm trooper who's got lease cafeteria trade. Everyone stops. Yeah everything stops for a second and then it explodes right. I love that move. He's sort of slides back on the table and he shoots the stormtrooper on one side and like all of a sudden hell breaks loose and shooting. Everybody this is one of those things where it was a good example of how the show can be extremely predictable but in a very satisfying way. I'm pretty sure that at that moment. We right before he shot him. Gen ghost totally going to shoot him. But but yeah but it deliberately gate hits you right in the like. That's what i expected to see. And that's what i got a felt was never gonna be like a like a good guy right like drilling good people. Don't end up taking part in genocide and whether they want to or not right like they find a way to get out of it right so he has all this baggage but the idea and he had and he believes like everyone just wants to order but the idea that you could only get through even more like mass murderer and the throwing away of like soldier lives was just. It was just like that's enough. I'm done yeah. Yeah he had a breaking point. I think it's it's. It's an interesting because it does show a guy who is clearly extremely traumatized by whatever happened to him and what he saw and maybe not enough to have stood up to the hierarchy but he got out to right like he's an ex imperial when we meet him he didn't stick around and so there was clearly he had a line somewhere. And we we sort of figured out what it was. And it's it's an interesting moment. And i think right after that sort of shoot all the officers and your again reminded that he was a sharpshooter which apparently the imperial just needed more of because he can hit like he literally shoots like seven guys and he hits them all And he hands mando back as the stormtrooper helmet and says you did what you had to do. I never saw your face which also thought was fascinating because throughout this entire. Show again you know. He's he's developed. All these close friends these allies heck the you know grow goo right like none of those people have seen him without the helmet on as far as we know and the one person he reveals it to is this guy who's kind of nominally his enemy and who decides to rather again. Paradoxically treat him with respect and and like honor his wishes as far as like you know a not acknowledging that he broke his code and i thought that was a fascinating storytelling move. It was but i really felt like a lot of that. Had to do with his statement of. You've got to do what you've got to do to sleep at night right you have to. You have to do what you need to do to do. What works for you. And he saw that. This person's back was against the wall and his back had been against the wall. So i felt like it was. You're right and it felt but also felt like that's what allowed him to start redeeming himself. But i think grogan did see him without his helmet on a little bit because when they were at that planet where they brought him soup with the oh yeah he was he was lifting it up to eat so it may be that he has but it's all right so we haven't seen like the two of them in a scene where he has his helmet off. Which i think is again fascinating. Because they've developed such a close like a father son relationship and his son has never seen him his real face any of the people that cared for heves him his real face after his parents were killed news free point lawrence so he hadn't seen a person that he was close to israel face and like what like thirty years. Yeah probably that was. That was the way apparently so they shoot their way out. They kick out the window. Slat and start climbing ledge and cara start picking off all the troopers but with that comes in in his ship as they shoot all the people manning the cannons and the people chasing after them and they run along the roof and then jump onto the ship. And they're sort of flying away. Mayfield asks for rifle. And he aims down at the transport's at the base and shoots one essentially blowing it up and then basically blowing up everything else as it sort of explodes in a chain reaction and i liked the reaction we get from finnick and cara where phoenix like a. That was nice shot. i'm. I'm a marksman i nice shot when i see it and carriages has this reaction which i enjoyed and back on ship mayfield. Looks sadnesses again. We all need to sleep at night and that sort of compounding back to our redemption moment there where he's realized like i can't let anything like that happen again because it was just it was just so bad so again. He's not necessarily a good guy but he has started to shift himself from from renegade to paragon. Can i say that. It's an absolutely the risk of mixing my sifi franchises shirt. So okay all right. A tie fighters chase after them. And we get a throwback moment to the only fun scenes from attack of the clones where slave one drops this bomb. The has this wacky. Sonic bomb thing blows and takes out a couple of tie fighters. And i think they just wanted to make that callback because it was a cool effect. The sound design of that is really cool. That's really cool. We've seen that before. Yes in a movie doesn't exist. Did see them at the time. I really liked them. But then i forgot them entirely so it's totally fine. Yeah we that referenced. During that scene. I was just like oh i think that's an emp. And then the ships fell apart. And it's like it was not just a normal explosive bomb. They meet up all meet up back somewhere else on the planet and mayfield's kind of resigned to like well. You know i'm i'm heading back to prison. Good luck at your kid back. And he'd like holds out his hands for the coughs in everything and they're like you know your shot that stuff back at the base. And he's like us just getting some stuff off my chest and the mandalorian exchange a look and then have the nets stupid may fell. Didn't make it out alive back there. Yeah he died in that refinery explosion. And i felt like a little awkward about this because i feel like he's worried they're just going to turn shoot him now but i enjoyed that. He's like this guy who kind of assumed as somewhat hard bitten with the first time we meet him he feels like a very tough as nails bounty hunter guy right and this is fairly can go and again the mando gives in the little nod and he's like all right off he goes so i guess he's not dead so i guess there's a good chance we'll see him. Some other time that was that was a good example of how. The show is predictable. Satisfying ways but also unpredictable from for just like what needs to be like. You know that they're going to do the whole like too bad he died. I guess he's gonna go like at that point show like like will clearly. They're not going to put him back in custody. They're just gonna pretend that he died but he's not in on like everybody else they're gets it the two of them get it. The two of us sitting on the couch were like. Oh yeah. But he's not in on it and that's what really made it perfect. Yeah i agree i agree. It's a nice mismatch that just like yeah. The characters don't always understand the conventions of storytelling. Also he doesn't have a lot of friends that wouldn't seven. The back drew point. Yeah that's kind of that's the rules. He's used to playing by so he expects to be treated the same way as someone who is was all agreed the spitting image of mayfield. I definitely know where he's coming. I finally have a character. I can cost play as leaks. So they're trying to figure out what the next move is and we cut to gideon's cruiser where they've gotten a message and it's the mandalorian saying you have something i want. And he basically does the exact same speech to move gideon that getty into to him at the end of season one throwing his words back fate. You don't know what you have. He means more to me than you will ever know. And it takes on a very different feeling when you see the mandalorian talking about it. Because i think that ties into jen's point from earlier that like at this point he has now become the dad right like end mafia d. and can't understand that relationship like this is my my kid you've taken and it's about to go down. Yeah i just. I was wondering i was like. Is this for real though. Because it was so. It was like the most stilted physical acting and dialogue. We'd heard like someone had piece together other things to make it that way. It struck me as weird. Yeah i mean. I think part of it might be because he's like using moth gideon's wards against him. It's not something that he would normally say right like you get the feeling that because he's trying to like throw that back in his face he had to like write down. What did he say back in navarre last year hold on. I think i hit like cards. Maybe and then he had to deliver it as like a holographic time voicemail. Nobody likes that. Nobody looks good. Looks good with that. Also we both. I think you correct me if i'm wrong. John i think we both missed that reference. Bet call back to that earlier episode one hundred percent. I only got it so on the first play through i remembered that he said that he means more to me than you will ever know. And it was also in the clip package at the beginning like they previously on and then it wasn't until the second time through i realized oh it's it's the whole thing is verbatim like gideon said to him before so yeah. It wasn't immediately apparent like i think i was only on my second watching that i caught like. Oh okay i see what you're doing here. You're just trying to like tell him game. Recognize game field to have enough time to watch an episode of television twice in rapid city. Feel seen a luxury for myself for this. My primary method of earning income totally fair. I've read articles for work when i can focus on us. So this episode was directed by rick. Familiar wa who directed at least one episode in season one And appeared briefly. Actually in the episode with mayfield in season one which might have also been the one that he directed Yes it was the one. He directed last year and he also cameo as one of the x. Wing pilots at the end. And so he's done a bunch of other movies and tv shows. I really. i've really enjoyed his in the behind the scenes series on disney plus. I've really enjoyed his insights in the stuff he talks about directing it. Because i think he's got a really interesting perspective on this stuff. And i thought he did a great job with this episode. Really like it struck me again watching it like even though there are half an hour like the feel like movies like because they're so well made right like i saw in the promos for some of the other shows that they're doing the were shows they're doing disney plus they talked about they really like made a point of having behind the scenes people talking about like everything we do on these shows is the same level that we do it on the movies like it doesn't really matter whether it's a movie or tv show for us we're still working off the same processes and i'm like man must be nice to have that much money abet but it looks good right like i mean you look at this this this is like movie quality. Show what seems to be pretty successful even for people that are not as immersed in star wars or not as Attached to star wars right I mean i think my parents are even talking about doing disney plus for a bit. So then they can watch it or catch up. Or what have you. And it's like they don't they don't need it for other things but that's how good it is and they like star wars but they're not you know down. Yeah they're not giant fans. They're not huge fans. But the fact that it's like. Oh yeah we. Would you know do that just to see. This is a pretty big deal. And they don't need it for you. Know doc stephen's or any of the other things that you might need disney plus four doc. Mick stephen's excellent. By the way. I highly recommend that good to know. I do want to point out something else that i noticed. I think a little bit after. I finish this episode. I believe this is the first episode of the entire show in which the child does not appear at all which i thought was interesting because it is a show that has revolved very heavily around. That characteristic baby. Yoda is clearly. The breakout star of the show and yet i felt like even though i love that i love the character. I didn't necessarily miss him in this episode. I wasn't like sitting in there the entire time. Bulich what are they gonna show baby. Yoda right will. They really didn't do anything like the view somewhere else. Like they've definitely had episodes where there is you know you're only looking at the story from one point of view and they've had episodes where you've had like stories from multiple points and because this was so focused on this point of view till the very end it kind of wasn't wasn't as missing but at the end it was a little bit like we didn't see at all is he. Okay what's going on. Yeah yeah i mean. I was like you felt his absence at times like whenever his name came up. But it was interesting. Because i also felt like the phrase. I didn't miss him occurred to me to and yet at the same time i feel like The there have been other episodes where basically we want to have this. This big cool action scene fight. He's going to go on a job or whatever that job is and so they've needed to have some kind of a senior basically foists hit the the kid off on a babysitter or group of babysitters or whatever. And there's an episode didn't have that And i don't know how it almost made me feel like those other scenes. Were a little to easy at maybe. That's on sale silly the way i'm raising it but like Parenting i dunno. Maybe it's just the feeling of being a parent during a pandemic knowing just how hard it is to find a babysitter. It just when when that comes up in those those episodes it feels a little bit like really. You're gonna leave him there and then go shoot. A bunch of people must be real nice mandal. Well it's interesting too because in some ways it shows you. The kind of person he is in can be when he is not being forced to worry about the child and like and part of that is because even though the child isn't in this episode he's still driving the action because it's it's him that we're looking for. It's him that he's doing all of this four. And so i don't know i i've literally never seen the movie taken but i kind of feel like there's that element of liam neeson having his kid kidnapped and like a now it's the mandalorian and his very specific set of skills and so i thought it was interesting mainly because even in his absence it shows that the story can still be compelling even though like even though he's also part of the story without him being there it can also still tell a compelling narrative and i thought that was a shows the show growing a little bit to my mind like i thought the same thing in earlier episodes this season where there have been longer sequences without the mandalorian in it like in episode two or three weeks ago. The one with cartoon and grief cargo where they're just had that long sequence where they're driving the like hover tank through the ravine and there's like a. There's like solid ten minutes there where the mandalorian is not on screen. Which is i think the longest he's not on screen and the entire show and so i thought that again. That's interesting that they've showed like let's let's stretch ourselves a little bit and break some of the stuff that we've been doing so far and just see like are we are we holding. Our viewers are holding people's interests. And i thought they prove they could do that. Even without baby. Yoda onscreen all right like when they when they do. That feels a little bit less like we're in an rpg. Where like mandalay walks into a bar. I need information. Oh here you go and like off. He goes on his quest right right not to figure out how to make that hook and fit it in and make it quick right right. There's no he didn't have to find the guy with the exclamation point over his head exactly so glad i'm not the only one thing about rpg's watching the show you during during the scene where they're beating the hell out of his crappy armor and stuff like that and then he has to go in and basically be the the fighter in a social encounter of like oh man t to the did nobody tell us. Gm that you're not supposed to take away the heroes co stuff. He did not put enough points and charisma. And i think that's the real early like let's make a custom built situation for your dump step. Admin maximum gets into trouble all right. There's one episode left in the season. Hard as it is to believe any thought there have been a ton of like. I feel like plot threads in ideas hung out there. You guys have any theories or feelings like what he wants to hear what you think you might see in that last episode. We're going to go in the end of the season pay. That creepy doctor is going to be back. One with glasses. Mean that also film bad about everything right. Because he was he had some. He had some remorse right. I'm kind of hoping he's back. I think he could add some twists to. It was an interesting character because his reaction was like. Don't hurt the kid right which was expected from one of the bad guys right. Yeah i think and well. I think there's a lot of speculation about what exactly mov gideon is doing with the child like we kind of have taken pieces away from right like he's they're using the blood they're getting the word that we're not gonna save from the blood and using it for some purpose but it's unclear exactly what that purposes moth gideon has the dark sabre which is like you know. We should understand that. Got a couple of times. And that's like a thing that i could know about it if i looked at up on keep wikipedia and i was like such and such dark sabre and i was like what what now. He's got this thing. And i'm like it's like the lightsaber but it's broken. So do i need to know more. Because they don't really tell me anything. And i still enjoy the show. I think you can get by not knowing anything. It's again as jason said. It's one of those things that if you wanna learn everything about it you definitely can i mean and i think it's part of the reason that can i have been watching. Clone wars again is because she was interested in like the history of it because clone wars rebels go into a lot about it. It is a significant object pops up in both of those shows. There is history with it but i think that they are going in assuming that most people will not have seen those is just gonna like you can get by with you all the lightsaber broken. You're going to be fine. That's great. I really appreciate that about this show. I agree i think it's i think they realize like we can't assume right speaking as a writer. You can't assume that somebody's read like every single thing that you have written right like you like you gotta make some of these things kind of work on their own and you can throw stuff in for people who have been following all that but if you make a too opaque you're just gonna lose people so i think they try as you said jan. I think they do a nice job of like balancing that making. It feel like there's no. There's no admission fee to get in here. But if you want if after this if this excites you and you're interested and you've got the time to go watch another show or two. You can totally do that. So you think that they're just basically like we need a donor for four sensitive blood. Were just going to give it to some other character rather than because they specified like. Oh like somebody. The the grows at donor for somebody in particular. When we don't really know who Does it feel like that will be like a big realty. Like it's all set the oda here we gum. Finally everyone's a big siada. I don't know how you would make that youth. Yeah i don't know there've been a bunch of different speculation. I the question is how much they wanna tied into existing stuff right because people have been like. Oh this is how we're going to get snow and everyone's like do we need to war. Is it just getting wants to inject himself with it so he can be like a super cool jet. I guy i don't know wasn't there someone that he was reporting to though. Yeah that's what. I thought too I don't know i think there was. It's unclear exactly what the chain of command he was. The big bad. And then. I thought there was something that indicated that maybe he was like working for the big gap in a previous episode. They go into like the ship. That's also a lab or something like that and he's a recording of him being like. Oh we found you a donor and the mandalorian that dude's dead and everyone else is like dudes not dead. He's like oh yeah. Yeah i don't know but we had like the in the asuka episode a couple of weeks ago they asked about thron who is another possibility for like maybe muskegon works for or with him. But since then we've also learned that there's an asuka spinoff coming so maybe that's just her show. It's kind of unclear. But i think we have to have another face off clearly with with gideon seems like directly where we're heading next. Week is mando rounds up his friends and we have a big mission to somehow get get the child back. I just yeah. I'm not sure what the what the motivations of like in a similar vein of like the highest episode from last season. Which is maybe the best episode of television of watching longtime. I was so good possibility cut. That's my that's my hope that the doctor and it'll be a heist excellent. Those are good and and then the other dangling thread we have is that did baby. Yoda talk to somebody when he was sitting on. That rock like is there. Is there a jet. I out there. Who's gonna show him so little. Some jet i who was like yeah. I agreed to teach this dude. So i'm gonna just. Hey i've been on sabbatical. Did something happened. I've been gone for twenty years. Everything okay well law still alive at this time right. He is and there's some question of whether or not you know again how closely they want to tie into other stuff. Like everyone will know. Luke skywalker is of luke skywalker shows up but also why is this. Never come up again right like. Why did we have three more movies in which none of this played any relevance whatsoever. We talk about like the time that it sits in every week and every week. I'm like i don't really understand what it's so. It's very confusing. But i don't know. I mean that's like can you can you tap into unofficial jet. I can you tap into like in like. It's it's very confusing. Where was this temple. He was stolen from. Are they here. I don't know that's a good question. I think he said he was stolen from the temple on core which is where the like everybody all the jet. I hang out in movies. That didn't exist can kill those kids right. Yeah so they took him basically from there so that anikin couldn't kill him. I gather timeframe that we're talking about. We're about five years after return of the jedi. So five years after the original movies. I need like a like a chart. There's a time line on kapadia a- knock yourself out my need that. Thank you all right. Well i think that's all we've got time for this week. I want to thank my jason tashi. Tashi thank you so much for being here. It's been super fun a charity. Thanks jen listeners. Thank you so much for tuning in. We really appreciate all your support and your comments. This season it's been a lot of fun. 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The State of Global Governance in the Era of COVID-19: A Conversation With Richard Haass and the Council of Councils

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The State of Global Governance in the Era of COVID-19: A Conversation With Richard Haass and the Council of Councils

"This event is presented by the council on foreign relations. Thank you welcome to today's council on foreign relations meeting on the state of global governance in the era of covid nineteen a conversation with richard haass. And the council. the council's i'm cory schalke. Director of foreign and defense policy. The american enterprise institute and i have the pleasure presiding over today's discussion. I'm joined by richard haass. The president of the council on foreign relations and nattily touchy the director of the institute of international affairs in italy. unfortunately chen Done shichao president of the shanghai institute for international studies in china is unable to be with us this morning as he's taken ill but we have the pleasure of more time with dr touchy and dr haass. Natalie touchy holds. Phd from the llc was advisor to the eu foreign policy chief and leads the institute for international affairs in rome. Dr haass leads a phd from oxford where he was a rhodes. Scholar been embassador to northern ireland. The director of policy planning and the author of some fourteen or fifteen bucks a level of productivity. Oliver should hold against him. So let me start by asking you both. What was the state of global governance before covid nineteen and how has covid affected it richard. Let's start with you. Thank you corey. Great to be here with you to make an important question which summarize the answer to make it short state of global governance before covid nineteen say a year and a half ago was four and eighteen months later. The state of goat colonial governments continues to be poor. This is true in the realm of global health. And it's true in virtually any in every realm. There's a large gap between the scale of global challenges and the scale of the collective response doesn't mean there haven't been some some small movements say on climate. At least the statements were intentions of various parties. Looks looks a bit more positive positively see with performances but if we were gonna go around from challenge challenge issued at issue institutions institution. The bottom line is the inadequacy of global arrangements. In that reflects. I think a certain lack of ideas Institutional failure to either keep up or adapt so cases designed even institutions assets and and cyber more than anything corey i think it simply reflects a lack of collective thinking the most over used phrase in our business might well be international community and the deep dark secret is that there isn't much international community which explains why global governance is the way it is and the way it is. Natalie rummage had to that my friend i mean not gonna be rich states Across the board. It was poll fun. the may was this and we know this decades that powering. The international system have been shifting. Global governance has been constructed on the particular configuration of thinking particularly of the post cold war at it had been constructed on premises. Us suggested as power started be sort of shifted in we also as a salsa changing nature. Alice talking presiding less in subjects more in the flows between if you live at different subjects and a networks in the sense of the is being an increasing mismatch between power as the underlying premise of the particular dominance architecture and architecture bats even before covid would of course that is particular moments moments in us. History sheriff be active that eighty heart of that authorization started to exclusively working against. It says that was off the top horrendous disc but then he had a series of other actors the have sued suitable governance multi noxious but acted against sierra thinking. Mainly china may russia. And so you have others like you be instead alone. Phoenix city out. The united states could not son move forward. So i think that was the pitch prior to kobe. We anonymity live bench sense. Well i would be. But i think that's the story of showers. All story of protection from the pandemic is us because i think accessing the shatin is accurate now we noted the international system. Has chris barnes not simply in a insensitive who multi-polar direction which is basically debates between the global financial crisis income but if you like dot dot multi quota system is in a sense over by latte which is by clarity inevitably complicates of the Governments because the end of the day you end up with an international system where in a way which industries dogs batches lied to the cold war when there is a fundamental divergence a fancy she like it becomes out of difficult to find a to concentrate on the policy solutions across different so that inevitably his complicated the crespi liberal governments at the same time. Do things the pandemic has also encouraged if you like the such government solutions because it has made even more obvious that the main challenges of the twenty th century transnational And i get they. Anybody disputes that anymore. I mean nobody disputes the Digital mex- demography in different shapes and forms in public health. At all of which are by definition his transnational back in nature. So at least. I think has look at the positive all this that that holds the seeds to demand to see like what we've seen senate prior to the debt. Richard had such interesting expressions playing across your face as methylene west talking. I'd love to hear your reaction to her analysis go. Why don't play poker for a living. Let's just let's just take the the the immediate challenge that the world is living with or many cases dying from it and let's look a global health. This is a perfect study of the inadequacy of global governance the world health organization which is the principal organization. The world entrusted with dealing with global health. Challenges has clearly failed. The world was not prepared for the pandemic. in many cases it's it's ability to monitor outbreaks of dangerous pathogens of diseases in in individual countries as obviously limited look at the ongoing dance for eighteen months now between the. Who and china still do not fully understand what happened and there's growing beliefs. I would say that consensus belief that this disease started in a laboratory han rather than just a naturally occurring in and markets because of animal to human transmission. But we can't know for sure because a sovereign state that happens to be a major power with is blocking the world health organization from performing. its its function. we're seeing wildly uneven performance around the world in terms of dealing with tova again what matters global governance but national performance and then when it comes to some of the principal treatments equipment arrangements were inadequate in terms of sharing they were ad hoc Most important look at the vaccine issue. Here we are at a situation where saying the united states has an excess of supply over demand when it comes to vaccine much of the world has an excess of demand over supply. And we don't have yet the mechanisms in place or if we have the mechanisms they're not working either to generate sufficient funds or sufficient Vaccine's there's not consensus on how to reform the world health organization so the world is better position for the inevitable. Next pandemic so. I'm not saying we won't get finally on top of the vaccine issue. Hopefully we will. I'm not saying the world health machinery won't improve. Hopefully it will. All i'm saying is the us. How is the world doing On its most pressing challenge right now. you have to give a failing march and my hunch is far far. More people have died around the world than the official numbers suggest. Even the counting is off because why the counting is national. Many countries refused to count honestly courses politically embarrassing for the leadership where they don't have the capacity to count accurately because they simply don't have the the national capacities so again. Global governance is is a function in many ways of national capability in national willingness to collaborate and in global health. This is just one area we could. We could talk about any number of areas clearly. the world World comes up short At a critical time with Look at the consequences. So before i go back to netflix. Let me press you a little bit. Richard on what global governance should look like to address pandemics. What would you like to see that. We don't have in global governance. That would help the so-called international community manage transnational crises. Like this question Import my answers influenced or informed by a task force that the council sponsored the came out about six months ago on this issue. We'd obviously want to have in place Better national capabilities and that means that we would want the world to do a better job a rating and then improving national capabilities. Every country should have a qualified of the centers for disease control So we want to build up nath capabilities. We'd want the world to pitch in but money or technology where countries need it even before this broke out. The international health regulations aren't being met by the lion share of the world's countries. That's that's one thing second. We have all sorts of stocks arrangements for sharing critical critical supplies. Thirdly we'd want to have an independent mechanism for blowing the whistle host governments should not have power over the ability to alert the world. That something bad has happened. And that's the case now and lots of countries don't want to alert. The world is the word the tourists will stop coming. Dan politically electric for government. Investment will stop business. Travel will will oil stop. We need something that countries in the world have either cooperate with or there's there's consequences might be sanctions. It might be that this independent agency says no one in their right mind should step foot in country apps because we have reason to believe that. Xyz has happened and they have not open themselves up to to scrutiny so there will be immediate sanctions again. It's part of my larger art. Of course that would. Sovereignty has to come obligations as well as rights and countries just focus on their rights. We we have. The rights are not lead in the world health organization. Well no they have obligations not just to their own citizens but but to the world and then lastly The whole vaccine mechanism. We would need to have a much greater global capacity to produce vaccines whether it's extra factories whether it's technology sharing arrangements under you know pat licensing whether again it's simply Countries of actual supply and so forth. So we need to and and guess what. We're gonna have a chance to get this right because the one thing we know is covid. Nineteen eight the last for all. I know they'll be cova. Twenty two or cova twenty four or something else so we have a chance to get it right. There's lots of reports they're coming out basically saying on pandemic barrenness but i think again it. Means changing in some ways the power balance between individual countries and the world introducing obligations as well as rights to sovereign countries including but not limited to china and then building up stronger groped global machinery for both sounding the alarm and responding to it naturally the area of the world that has done the best in advancing. Multilateral governance is europe through the european union. How do you. Rate how has the eu dan in managing the pandemic. And what lessons can we take for. Global governance from what the eu has succeeded and failed at in the pandemic enter. The e was actually done quite well on. It's gonna sound also put it. I mean if you think about it becomes saw a over a decade of savino coming from one existential crisis to the and the constant between these creatures. Take you know the sovereign debt. Crisis that sue crisis. The one thing that connects these two. I won't make him a suspension nature. Is that what went. Missing is the magic words Teaches solidarite or at least. I was at the siege sensible lack of which is something which is in a sense rediscovered. This i mean more out to algae's which is connected to the broader point competence azima sense all various noble termism. I mean we could only get also speaking to exit. The crisis did a health dimension. The debt airdrie also the economically gushes. If you do it together. I mean in all honesty had that been back oligarchy case larry first months of the pandemic it forty classes to tech to survived. But it didn't happen. Think internally won't eat did was through its program next generation you its own allowed itself the opportunity to pay us like the process left basically awesome collecting dust on the shelf basically of the process of a As far as moving towards the unionist consent that program is not. These has gina to stop but it also found refound story to tell three stories to digital story so as far as you cannot leave internally. I'd say into the Ox wearing formal critical is in the u in the story. Now in all honesty has been Navel-gazing fat which is also part of the reason. High-tech governments in suffolk search has been on this story about acsi nationalism executives but in in all honesty what we had seen in syria. A i would say that as twenty fourteen to twenty-eight nyunt in which he did near couldn't agree yours couldn't really from trout finding constitution ration- but will result in a kind of found the sense of game. He brought to be present on global scale. You've got to take more responsibility. Also as far as security concerns now stalled. Momentum has disappeared altogether so in a sense. This is a story about your that. Refi refinancing sets at more than any tunnel. Sue that sense of solidarity by itself understands itself as a community of fades. But is this. Your game commission succumb in talking about he geochemical commission. That agenda fulltime beating is fortunate. So we've seen a major provocation. Hugh ed geopolitical. A europe with events in belarus in the last few days you know one of the areas least contested in global governance is international aviation safety and cooperation and yet we saw a major violation of it with the government of belarus interfering in the overflight of its territory by by an airplane registered in a european country flying from one e- you country to another country and forcibly removing a dissident from the airplane. Richard this seems to me a major challenge to one of the most effective areas of global governance. How big a problem do you think it is. And what do you say should be done especially by the advocates of greater global governance. Put your finger on a really interesting thing here. Global governance has tended historically to do best in areas that you would describe as quote unquote technical rather than political so certain communications areas. Aviation's perfect example. Everybody is an interest in app traffic controllers. Speaking common language having certain rules of the road and so forth. There's a co dependency if you will and yet what we've now seen is the intrusion Politics and force into this is piracy. This is hijacking. Call it what you What you will. But again it shows the vulnerability of even what we thought was the safe area. The apolitical area of global governance to politics and sovereignty. In this case an assertion of it by the government of belarus so the reaction thus far as essentially been in the realm of aviation The problem with that is it's a limited response and anyone can hop on a flight. I expect from belarus to moscow and then from moscow. Fly anywhere else in the world. So it's a it's an hour and a half inconvenience just to sum total so far of the about the sanctions. I would think the only thing that would make sense would be to escalate. Their response and one is through sanctions. Not just a belarus but also russia and the question with particularly with russia is. Do you want to do it. Given the full agenda that we have with russia this is simply one of eight things. They give aw- real pause when it comes to mr putin's Behavior so that you know there. There's there's that question but but other than that other than if you will. A greater sanctions against the benefactor of belarus conceivably think about ways of supporting the belarus opposition. This that's what this is really about. I don't have great answers for you. Know again the. There's not mechanical answer to these things. To put it bluntly it's not the idea that we could build a stronger convention against air piracy. The problem is what we have is an egregious violation of what conventions enrolls we have and the real question is our willingness and ability to inflict pain against the ability and willingness of others to endure pain. And right now. I worry that the balances on behalf of the favors the bad guys natalie. I'd love to know your reaction to that. And whether you see a broader range of policy levers than richard does for this case. Yeah i mean why technicals becoming difficult is because i think we have reddish shift in an international cyst matters are greater normative. Contestation and so in sense is greatest. Impunity authoritarian counties have an zeal analysis is because they are increasing the trying to Line of does nothing wrong with Visa things that can be done And i think it speaks to and about an international system which respect is changing ross with started off with the Too fast fashion courage talking about another way. In which the sensor the world is becoming moments consective contested off coming back in the sense it to play a prominent law in menus Or policy not trust now having setbacks the question the policy owners is enact won't be about liberal democracy studio box and i may tonsil to them to the question. I think the is impulsivity. Stir fact about the way which address at has to take into account the fact that the content the context has changed No longer sense in that world which we talked to. The guy was one destination. Talk when if you're not counties deviated for max single destination then we could encourage them caress in different ways. If you like ultimately there was only one possible outcome. Possible to the good outcome to the good mocked me. Continuously democracies continued is way but the point is that there are also answer. How do we only two but we also have segments within our own populations which question is and jalousie democracies if you not even within the liberal west at so the policy reflection from this is that in a sense the instruments that we used in the good old days of the international table tests cannot be simply medicated in the same way. So yes you know you about sanctions. Instead about is never admitted to component this and then economic component a diplomacy animal. It has to be done in a sense in a different way because the context of change prevent wall is this. What does this mean you know. How do we avoid sense. The great and sends written about having Appreciation that may be different. Content should not simply end up impure scenes basically saying molinos. Dr different political systems at incense on the chinese or our rush. The everyone's entitled to their way how to install when it comes to countries lying areas. Where very clearly. The majority of the puck condition to go in a different direction Regime losses and how to respond in a way which is sensitive and responsive to that that at the same time cognizant of the fact that we don't have the same levers as we had in that historical moment where i was will be all believed in the sense members. The sequel destination so Richard you talked about responsibilities in addition to rights internationally and i think methylene was getting at at same issue. The challenge for global governance has always been who gets to set the rules. And how do you enforce them. What i think i hear nastily saying is that who sets. The rules is more contested. Now and our ability to enforce them diminished even as the values that underlie. How western countries would like to shape. The order is becoming more pointed that strikes me as a very dim prospect for the advance of global governments. Do you agree with that judgment. And what do we do about that. We do not fundamentally disagree there and again the reason is that there is little or in some cases now international community to think that you can bill norms rules and institutions in the absence of political foundation. Consensus is a fool's errand we can't so then what we're going to be but the corollary to that and i think it's important and i think all of us would agree on. This is the alternative to global. Governance is not a absence of governors. And then that's my view. Is we have to think about what what where is. Multilateral be collective behavior possible so won't be global. The model i believe for the world cannot be. Un general assembly. If that's the model them were really up to creek instead. The model has to be to build as much effective. Multilateral collective action as is possible. Hopefully over time you can build on so in some cases you have concert groups it's cases you've coalitions of the willing and some cases you have alliances. In some cases elements of a regional trade agreement aria emulate another agreements or they spillover into the wto. I think if you think of global governance not as switch but somehow as a process ideally if we could build a but given the backdrop that entire conversation brought quarry with belarus takes place at a moment thirty years after the end of the cold war were great power relations deteriorated market in different ways but still markedly with russia and china. I believe we have to chop the fact that global governance says a universal collective enterprise right now the prospects for are extremely bad. But and then what we have to do is where we can with whom we had build arrangements. Multilateral arrangements that make sense to me. What are the challenges. How do we one way or another influence. The behaviors of the russia's china's another outliers the stop disruptive behavior or to perhaps. Take on what we would consider to be more more responsible behavior. And i think the more for example we could collectively build certain types of trading arrangements one of the reasons. I'm against the fact that the united states is not entered regional trading arrangements in asia. Think it's a major major mistake because if we were to band together with those countries and we said to china. Hey you want your goods to have access. Here's the standards you have to meet about. Labor about climate that gives us a little bit of leverage. So i don't know if you call that global governance or not but that's a way to move it in. I think in a constructive direction so it's going to come from. Ah i i would think from the ground up if you will from greater degrees of effective multilateralism rather than from the top down that the world is gonna meet negotiate Innovate an execute. Some nuke set of global machinery. I don't. I don't think it's going to work out that way. This is not a nineteen forty five thousand nine hundred forty six moment. The about the balance of power is not so distributed that the wick bickers. The war can do that. We may have had an opportunity. I'll go off thirty more seconds than i promise to stop an interesting question for historians such as yourself is going to be whether we had such an opportunity at squander whether we blew it thirty odd years ago after the end of the cold war because one would have thought that auto been present at the creation to point out and i would simply say. There's not a lot to show for. So i think now thirty years on to accept the fact that this is not a great president that the creation moment given the distribution of power the lack of common thinking and that we have to find the fact of multilateral lysm where we can rather than thinking about quote unquote global governance most areas. Nothing i see you shaking your head. -firmative lease so please before we go to questions. Please add your perspective here yet. Now i like to share just a couple points to rich. Saying i think yes i mean. Total governance is understood. Something that is universal hydrogens douching and known. If dominance you need something which is essentially messianic which is made of different contact broom saw different groupings which we stopped from the warriors. Is the policy question to depressed. And then from there bills the coalition of actors which is necessary to to invest it then hap cinerama fragmented way solutions. Multilateral issues can be found a final consideration that wanted to add to. This is that there are in. In some policy areas east. There is an element of potential secrecy. Auditor climates climate. Concedes can make the argument that you saw building a consensus amongst the light. Winds on climate financing g said sh this transit towards a broader sets liked defenseit's and then finally ends up in cochran to six I d a sense. This is i think as democracies this is the way you should try to think about something they will be areas. Various different democracy will simply be able to find agreement with the that may be areas of people necessarily advise solutions found in those areas. You probably be trying energy amongst ourselves. And then once that agreements Specialized to try and push it forward ears sort you know in in formats which are in Us starts chomping if what. I mean arkansas guessing. the committee seeks to stay to the climate clancy. One thing on that corey thirty seconds i think is really climates. What nelly said is a really interesting example of what kind of incremental approach. But we're going to have to accept or deal with rather the challenge of the outliers and the question whether it's in india that may lack certain means or a china that's more focused on economic growth than responsible economic behavior so what though the advocates have global governance than have to think about or what. What are the tools you would use to influence. Behavior might be for example technology. Transfer of green technology on terms that countries could afford. That's one sort of thing the kind of thing we did with hiv aids drugs. You make some mechanism for certain things still be available is it shaming of a country that can afford to do things responsibly and doesn't like china is an example of denial of market access. Do we have carbon taxes and climate related barriers to access. So if you're serious about Global governance where there is a sense of norms. What you really then have to ask yourself is how are we going to change national performance. Because what what what really matters is that rather than at some point thinking about the global institution this is still a world in which national performance counts for most and we have to be willing and able to address the and levin momentum of this conversation but i want to invite our members to join into the conversation with their questions a reminder that this meeting is on the record and the operator will remind you had to join the question you ladies and gentlemen as a reminder to ask the question please click on the raise hint icon window when you're called on except the mute now button to proceed with your name affiliation in question to view the roster participants registered this meeting. Please click on the link in your zoom chatterbox. We'll take our first question. From esther brimmer morning out. Thank you so much for such a stimulating conversations. Great to see all of you and delighted to be part of this conversation. The conversation this morning we've talked about different areas including technical areas of global governance and public health. I'd like to ask about Particularly telecommunications and information technology these of the new technologies that are changing. How we we work this very meetings. An example with this is also an area which also touches on values which is free speech and privacy. It's also an area where there needs to be much greater discussion amongst the liberal democracies particularly the transatlantic comedian the us eu conversation on the syria. Could you come down global governance and information technology. Thank you naturally. Why don't you start us. Yeah will i think this is one of the areas. Mia suv takes this. The the broader question as basically citing a witch other policy areas. Where a convergence. Vines is more than casting the next as wide as unaware sketches rebus. If not visiting applied i think tacked on digital definitely fall into that. I mean it's to me becoming increasingly fail. This is where the to the degree of might mind on on this fall. When ties to enlarge night manager. So i think in order. This really counted goals down to the fact does in the community and don't get the house a quite a bit of progress. I mean this used to be a writer Many respects hispanic far costs. I think that largely because not consequences of howard wells was has been changing. I think that has been significant movement on both sides of the accounts away which is actually created great budgets to the extent. I think on one end of the debate which is basically Privacy debate i think in many respects. The united states has come slightly nossa European if given the greater appreciation of the security mists of sippy from unlimited. So that's on. One hand. I think the europeans the courses that the condemning Starion about opening on different types of multiple solutions. I mean just. Look at bain bitch. The debates in laura on taxes halted be china. It's so i mean. I also finds positive. Spencer compensation admit economy rollout dismissed. I definitely see. This is an area where i would say that at values I over the values Quantity if you are calmest. Trump's lungs it's that look at positive has been movement although thins liable to To actually get to greatest Seems richard does that. Look the same to you. I agree with the idea that we need to build up for the bottom up with those who might be like minded. I think this is gonna be cunningly adid. When i looked when i looked at the world and if i have to think of domains this whole area a not just telecommunications almost an inadequate word now but cyber is probably the gap is largest between the technology and the are degree of regulation and import. You've got fundamental differences about ideas and free movement and so forth we may see it as a virtual others. See it as a threat. You've got regulatory issues with the question how you involve these large companies that have an enormous role. It's not just the governmental challenge. You've got the question of what constitutes legitimate of free speech and what point does across over as political interference in the political processes of other countries. You've got espionage. Some forms of which always say are accepted and other forms of which such economic espionage are not always find ourselves. we have more offensive actions. Desouza questioned of the militarization of cyber cyber has the potential to be a weapon of mass destruction. Depending upon against what it is is targa. Any players attribution is difficult. I don't know Corey when i. When i look at this i find this probably intellectually the single most difficult challenge in some ways in the field. It's not just building political support for what we wanna do. I actually think designing an international set of rules and norms and then we can think about institutions in this year. It's actually where our field i would. Argue was come up short and it might be that there so few people in our field who actually understand the technology and have a background in international relations theory. But i actually think that the ideas are are are not adequate and not surprisingly the politics in the institutions are woefully inadequate. But for anyone young watching this this is a really good area to invest it and get smart on. 'cause you're gonna you're good at this. You're gonna be gainfully employed for about the next fifty years. Next question is take our next question from mark lagaan. hi there. I'm chief policy officer in the fight against aids tuberculosis and malaria. But my questions about Democratic governance human rights picks up on corey's discussion of belarus. And then also the question we just had on. It obviously right now. There's a serious problem about human rights impunity and issues of of governments within countries. What do you think about the the structure of global governance to deal with human rights per se And president biden has suggested bringing together the democracies of the world. What is the importance of salience or uselessness in your mind of an amalgam of the democracies working on these issues internally in countries. thanks richard. why don't you taken for swing at that okay. look the first half of mark's question was about what's on paper. Essentially i think a lot of the rules on human rights opposition to genocide even responsibility attacker. Fine the problem is the lack in some cases absence of enforcement our implementation and this is one of the areas were very quickly global governance types. Run up against sovereignty types and country. Say that's all well principle but it's kind of like nimby not in my backyard. Not wanting applies to me So it's just a problem in translating Norms into again in enforcement or behavior might sushi for groups of democracies is finite particularly at this time one is most global governance issues in many cases going to require non democracies to participate. Charlie cup shannon. I just wrote a piece for foreign affairs about calling for an international concert day one imported the argument is that values base global governance in many areas is incident inadequate formula four. So i i wonder a little bit about that second of all. How do i put this before. The united states starts calling the world's democracies together. We need to get our own house in order. American democracy has to be something that is functioning and that is something that others will respect and want to emulate so my advice to the administration would be to put this on the back burner until such a time. That american democracy again is what you might call that shining city on a hill. We ain't there now. I hope it's a question of when and not if we get there. But but i would to use. One of my favorite foreign policy begins at home in this case. Let's let's let's address. Would indeed what could be the biggest single threat to american national security. Which is the dysfunctionality of of our own ability to govern ourselves. Naturally anything on human rights and global governance are america as a threat to the global order. Now let me put it this way. The three three reflections fast as in a sense what is positive about the current moments Is that democracy human rights as being an important theme in for speeding. I think that basic keys beginning with auerbach's is ending with with with trump. that was a long moments which we didn't really talk about. Democracy rights the. Because we didn't give you. The results of elections will because well was becoming the fact in hockey facing to sixty how to pronounce robert Worrying about these soft tissues. And there's a moment enrich the democracy union rights peace simply on of agency. I think was also said now. His legs drinks. But as i was mentioning on the ad the point is to become to it in exactly the way we used to do it. In the good old days of democratisation democracy promotion at moment is the sense. Today was more in a mode of not simply which connects to the west point but even has macci you vian coins. Not only in weldon which had to promote. He's not as not not more at home. Actual now these things we better connected to this whole point out. The alliance democracies couldn't be as susa weakness. I mean it could be seen as a incense. I think directly bitch mistaking now knee. You're less as thinking about the country's a guessing democracies together so that we can thanks fights off Tau to that. The one tickle suit it in a different way basically saying well democracy sogeti own this journey you can go. Forwards can go back and this is about incense knows it. A sharing experiences. I am ensuring good. We do love one another original together. If you have to. Now this thing helps could potentially how to navigate. I think bill risk rabbani with democracy given rights feedback in essentially agenda and the risk is basically in this confrontation. Take time have also been rush on. Who generally a retired in states How do we deal with the civil law. So how do we deal with those fees. The anomaly democracies by moving in a different direction. How do we deal. Globally with engines of ultimate tax. Megyn speaking a the swells all be if we go with the black and white tumultuous notable dining. They obviously he would have to see the singing them. I'm vessel deep deep as basically ball where we would have to be moved into mexico limit which is pushing a light in the opera canucks as opposed about ticketing. Bis as jamie which can go forward into the are this basic. You'll together see corey. I think not really good point remembering government. This question of who to include is a really problematic. Lend the grey zone as she calls it the hungary's the whole turkeys. What have you. But i also think there's a problem with what you might call the black and white zone and that say the china's and the russians there we have we have hong kong and china. We have xinjang. We have no volume. What's going on in russia. The question then is where does democracy fit in american foreign policy. And i would say we're not going to settle that today but it's this is a conference about low is we have to ask. Where does that fit to. What extent is that a A step or a box that has to be checked or do we basically say in some areas as we did with russia a few months ago we want to sign a new start extension agreement and the fact that they are arresting killing. Oppositionists is something that we can't allow to preclude the other simply because it's a it's essential right and so part of my problem with the emphasis on human rights and democracy is that we have. We have limited influence in certain certain sanchez. And that we israel traits and so before we make an essential theme. We get better think through. Exactly what does it mean to highlight an are we. Are we really prepared to see through also saying we have probably given too little thought to how international institutions can be used in a damaging way against free societies In natalie raised the point about protection and it was to me shocking that that we allowed a chinese head of interpol given the way authoritarian countries are using interpol red cards to at terrorize dissidents. And and free voices and it occurs to me that we have an assumption that we have the ability to control the actions of international institutions in which we are participating and that perhaps we should explore a little bit more the possibility of them being used as weapons against us which we have traditionally not thought about. We have eight minutes and two more questions in the queue. So i'd like to go to the next place. Our next question from jeffrey rosen. un-union Interesting discussion very interesting points. I'd like to come back to the point. That richard made a couple of moments ago about a foreign policy beginning at home and dealing with the challenges of our own democracy. I the question is this. The world won't stand still while we do. So what do you do. How do you see in parallel to both address. Types of issues had been discussing today. Governance socor and at the same time deal with the problems to excellent question. Naturally i think i'll give you the first shot at this. Yeah i mean. I mean in the sexy what the consequences. The biden ministration has given to the restaurants for little cost. the european dad's specifically goes direction. Because we need to work on our tournament so basically to the developing auto. Tommy is essentially european wave saying he never selves into Catch to european in the central is always Via to approach is because if you don't do with Way at domestic politics And so you had a sense of in bats. decade nationalist. Populist is which then in europe had lsu the euro skeptic outside of me rubino what it needs to. If we don't do that i'm yet at the same time. We have to bear in mind when it does lead to be due to which is all the risk protection Bossy area put kind of protectionism shots of the traders actionism buick closer to migration straining transatlantic ties in of security various risks minds to pursuing something which in the us racial ambiguity in fashion in had to be done otherwise the consequences are two awesome diets but as a balancing act incensed. That the sound richard. Thank you jeffrey. Look it's a. It's a thoughtful question. The good news is not in some areas. There's considerable if it's good news if you agree with the thrust of the policy the executive branch in the united states joyce considerable latitude and discretion when comes to foreign policy for more than it enjoys with domestic legislation which is much more a legislative congressionally influenced process. So while we are sorting out Things at home in certain areas of the president can still conduct an awful lot of foreign policy as she has she wishes. But that said. I don't challenge your basic point that our ability to promote democracy will obviously be affected by what happens. You're at home. Those areas which do have large legislative dimension such as trade policy immigration policy are. The president's hands will be tight and there's one other which affects up in a sense. The country natalie comes from which is american continuity and predictability to for most of the last three quarters of a century when we had rotations in power one. They were automatic and to the differences between the most ardent republicans and the democrats were fairly limited. Say within what. The thirty five yard lines on the around and feel To the extent now that rotations and power in the united states are of one be disputed and two could lead to dramatic changes in america's relationship with the world that actually works against our ability to influence the world dramatic lake and as much as anything as a threat to the subject today which is local governance. I think we can squeeze this last question in please to we'll take your next question from Ramakrishna thank you very much for big mike question a fascinating discussion. Although a little bit dispiriting Pot with the pandemic of the rear view mirror at houston this country in the countries It's time to really think about what had gone wrong and how to fix. Global governance is not just global governance but the national governance system is well but the message that i get is that will it was bad before and it is bad now emma reading that right or is there any prospect for doing what needs to be done globally and not rica. Now not any of this in the future. Thank you richard us. The apostle of the spiritedness year. i mean. you're you're right in your take. At least i won't speak for my two colleagues here but yeah i things work pretty bad before and they are pretty bad now. But there's nothing inevitable about what they'll be tomorrow that is that's the dynamic of history. There's very little that's inevitable very little. It's baked into the cake. So the real question is is there. Some collective learning is the a president biden likes to say the united states is back while we're not back yet. One day we will be. We couldn't take lead and doing certain things we could create coalitions of the willing and like minded and maybe over time. If we did certain things you then could create a system of incentives and disincentives where the outliers would begin to move and more responsible direction. So i don't the takeaway from this should not be that better. Global machinery or governance is impossible. Well that's not the away at all. We're just simply not there. We shouldn't assume comes about automatically now. We ought to think really hard really practically about how to narrow the gap between what we are and where we need to be. That's not meant to be dispiriting. It's meant simply to be realistic. Dr touchy you get the last word this morning young agreement each of our that is dispiriting. Ob in fact. I think that is a great. Not bid is asian out. It was just a couple years ago. That's we need it. Because otherwise will not be eight eight percents national that we referred to i think there is also matrix astounding way to achieve these pushing it in the hymie institutionalized talk down bay but that we have to go back sit pragmatically when cw sought from different challenges to stop most from different policy areas in So you know. I think the has been movements. Both on the demand side on on the ds understanding of how the supply side has has to balance out which is a necessity place in a sling. Better position than you use that net. I'd like to thank you for joining today's virtual meeting. And thank you to dr. Richard haass and dr nathalie touchy for this informative discussion and the video and transcript of today's meeting are gonna be posted on the cf our website in case. There's anything you'd like to catch. Thank you my friends for joining in this conversation among the council of cancels. Thank you dr corey shopping. 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One mightily damaging backstory: 1MDB

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One mightily damaging backstory: 1MDB

"Hello. And welcome to the intelligence on economists radio. On. Your host Jason. Palmer? Every weekday, we provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world. The pandemic hasn't really shaken the banking industry since the financial crisis regulators have shorted up well, but that has driven a rise in what are called shadow banks. We examined a grand shift to a less regulated end of the. Industry. And in the Chinese province of Yunan Wild Mushroom picking is big business. Local mushrooms might make it to south. Korea, Japan? Even Europe, we visit a market where business is brisk even though the pandemic has driven prices down. but I. Yesterday. The former prime. minister. Of Malaysia Najib Razak was sentenced to twelve years in jail after a court found him guilty in the first of several corruption trials. This up. I must be some sort of. For this up. But as always. You. Hope for the best. You. Prepare. He was convicted on seven counts of abuse of power breach of trust and money laundering for his rule in one MD corruption scandal for which he denies all wrongdoing. The state owned one MD be wealth fund was set up in two thousand nine when he was prime minister to raise funds for the country's development and to help some of its poorest people. But Malaysian and American authorities say that four and a half billion dollars was plundered from the fund and spent on among many other things, the yacht, a jet, an Oscar trophy that once belonged to Marlon Brando. The scandal goes beyond just the former prime minister last week. American bank Goldman Sachs reached a three point nine billion dollar settlement with the Malaysian government for its role in raising six and a half billion dollars for the scheme having been charged with misleading investors. When it broke the scandal up ended Malaysian politics and it could still do. So there are still more trials to come. This is Stephanie not another word Gus, that's the process of appeal. And we hope. That, we would be successful with. When MTV has dominated Malaysian political life since capital fuss broke Maranda Johnson is the economists, Southeast Asia correspondent and it's based in Singapore in twenty eighteen, the party which had ruled Malaysia for sixty one years lost power in Pont, because of its involvement with one MDP, and in particular the involvement of Najib Razak who was the Prime Minister at the time. And what is it exactly that he's accused? So ninety Brazil was the each. Of the One MD. STATES, investment funds, and he at the time, as well as being prime minister was also finance minister and so had overview of a lot of government. Entities and companies and other business that went on in Malaysia. When the four point, five billion disappeared over a number of years from one and DB prosecutors. That, he should have known what was going on. He now faces more than forty charges related to one MTV. He also faces five criminal trials in relation to those. Mr Tsipras has ended up as the focus of this, but it was a far wider scandal, right? Yes, I mean, we're talking a huge financial scandal, some of the money for one MD went towards buying paintings by Monet and Van. Gogh went towards diamond jewelry. A soupy ought some of it went to fund fundy. Hollywood film. The Wolf of Wall Street, which as many will though is about financial scamming which seemed act. So this really was scam of quite epic proportions. Another alleged mastermind in the scheme is one show who is wanted by the Malaysian authorities. Joe Low is an interesting character in a of himself, a family friend. Initially, he was educated in England, and then became quite famous on the party scene as he held lavish gatherings Paris Hilton. Did, sometimes, he seemingly became friends with Leonardo DiCaprio and was very much caught up in all of this. But nobody quite knows where he is He denies all wrongdoing. Another figure in all of this is a Riza Aziz who is the Stepson of Najib Razak who became a Hollywood producer and actually his production company. Red Granite pictures produced the wolf of wall, street I'm he was accused of laundering two, hundred and eight million. Million dollars in money misappropriated from one MD be, but a deal was reached in May in which money laundering charges against him were dismissed, and in return, he will return assets worth more than one, hundred, seven, million to the Malaysian authorities, and so what has Mr Najib's defense? Ben. His main defense has been that he didn't know what was going on and that he was Ju- pt by Rogue Bankers and by Mr Lo. Something Mr Joe denies the judge in his race recent but it Poured water on that defense. Really by saying, it's unlikely that he wouldn't have had any idea what was going on in his own bank accounts and also questioned. Mister Najib's defense that a lot of the money he was seeing was actually a political donation from Saudi royalty at one point, the judge even asked. If it were all a donation from King Abdullah who was the previous Asami Monaco, who died in two, thousand, fifteen. If it were all donation, why didn't you write a? Thank you note to King. Abdullah. So some some disbelief from the judge. So if a lot of people at the top of Malaysian politics have been drawn into this tale than than what knock on affects as it had in politics. Well the most obvious effect came in May twenty eighteen when Mr Najib and his party, the United Malays, national, organisation, which goes by M. No were booted from office after more than six decades in power, and that was a very unexpected results. The man who once was Mr Najib's Deputy Prime Minister, and who in fact was fired five Mr Najib because he called out his bosses management of the one MD scandal wants it broke that man movie Dean Yaseen is now actually the country's prime minister because in the fallout from the one MD scandal, he helped to co found an alternative party. For him no, and that was part of a coalition which won in May Twenty, eighteen boot I'm knowing its allies and for the Malaysian people do think yesterday's conviction will will seem like the rot has now been cleared out of Malaysian politics or do you think that's still to be saying? I think it's still to be seen with they're going to wait on what happens at the court of. Appeals, with all of this and of course, it is in everyone's minds anyway because of the recent deal between the Malaysian authorities and the bank Goldman Sachs, it reached settlements for part in underwriting three bond offerings, which raised six point five, billion dollars for one empty be as of last week. The bank has agreed to hand over three point, nine, billion dollars in return. It's paying two point, five billion in cash and promises to give back at least one point, four, billion in assets linked. To The bond money. So it's all still very much ongoing as long as one MD is in in the public mind, it will make things a little tricky for I'm now going forward Moreno. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks Jason. For more analysis from our international network of correspondents, subscribe to the Economist. To find the best introductory offer wherever you are just go to economist dot com slash intelligence offer. In the financial crisis of two, thousand, seven to two, thousand, nine America's Federal Reserve had to go to great lengths to prop up the banks that were considered too big to fail. But it only intervened a bit in stock and bond. Markets. Yet, earlier this year when the economy seized up, again, the script had flipped. Banks went relatively unscathed, but the Fed splashed out with more than twenty trillion dollars over those capital. Behind. That swap is a decade of major change. Banks, it would become safer, but they've been upstaged by innovative financial firms offering a range of services. These non-banks or shadow bags fuel corporate borrowing, and have become America's biggest mortgage lenders. Say too easy to define a hold consumer deposits that regulated by the Fed on times of crisis. They can borrow money from the Fed directly I was fullwood is the economist US finance correspondent and is based in New York. Shatti banks are anything that might not be covered by binding definition. So this to century-old pension funds and insurance companies, as well as the very new fangled types, investment funds like exchange traded funds until our retail message to invest in bones. Also things like private equity and hedge funds, and it's all those institutions than that. You are getting more powerful these days precisely. Look from the perspective, all the traditional customers of banks, these all small businesses, medium sized businesses out, it will save consumers. If you who they are borrowing full, thanks have become increasingly less important and nonbanks more say safety looked corporate lending as a sheriff GDP. The amount borrowed from stagnated at about twelve percent. Even as corporates have gone on to binge over the past ten years. Corvette. Added Justin's thousand and twelve banks lent. Lent. About two percentage points of GDP nonbanks, six percentage points of GDP Surya significantly more lending is coming from the nonbank sector in the bank sector. At the same time. If you look at sort of bread and butter consumer borrowing, which was mostly mortgages in two, thousand and seven, eighty percent of mortgages were created by banks, but today than hall originated by non-banks, and they ultimately will end up being held by investors. As to classic ways, people borrow become increasingly less important and shadow banks in Moscow. And why is that? Why? Why that shift of importance of these these shadow banks? T-. Reasons that people tend to pulse it. Why Chatterbox of great increasingly important and the first one is regulation that was inactivated in the wake of the financial crisis. This form of the door Frank Act which was passed by Congress. In America, also, a lot of release reactions made by Terry, international bodies of central banks and things, and these basically required banks to hold more capital, and it also asked them to take less. Less risk. So thanks to do with less of the risky Jesse credit provisions in the economy as a result of this. But at the same time, the Fed in America was trying to stimulate leading by keeping interest rates low say inevitably, if the banking sector is restricted in its lending, trying to keep lending going that lending is probably going to be done outside of the traditional banking system I'm not precisely what happened. The second thing that people talk about is innovation. This is in particular exemplified by the rise of many FINTECH COMPANIES POST-CRISIS these worrying founded a decade ago, but they have since rung to be relatively important players in America's financial system. For example, stripe, which is the sort of big payments. Company was most recently valued at sort of thirty, six, billion dollars. Quicken loans is a mortgage broker. It became the largest provider of mortgages in America, in two, thousand, eighteen, largely seeming as it just has sort of much nicer website and more responsive call centers than the banks do. Do Fintech is taken over more of the front end customer acquisition side of things and has also muscled into payments and these things that have made it easier for other or other Saudi banks to also function. But if the primary reason that all these shadow bank institutions have risen in recent years is because they are in some way not subject to all of the onerous regulations that traditional banks are subject to doesn't that make them inherently more risky. Even if they are sort of you know plucky start with Z. Websites. It's definitely true that Saudi banks are taking on many of the risks inherent to the banking system. Say The reason that thanks also heavily regulated is a are susceptible to runs and what regulative tried to do with shining banking industry is called out the slice of shoddy banks that are doing things that might also make them. -ceptable. Two runs the regulator that's been looking at this most closely is the financial stability board worldwide, the FSBA identified about fifty trillion dollars, worth of assets that were held by shampoo institutions that might be doing things that made them susceptible to runs, and they thought that about three. Three quarters of that was held instruments that were susceptible to being run, and that's almost doubled. Since two thousand and ten, it's grown very quickly paced crisis said, he definitely seems as though there are lots lawsuit day banks taking the same risks. Thanks. Do would possibly suggest that it is just a regulatory arbitrage that has given rise to these institutions and I guess, we're you see these risks really borne out is when there are times of crisis, and certainly this year must fit that description I mean, how have these different halves of the banking industry looked as a as we've gone through the pandemic? The financial panic on by cave nineteen in March and April this year, it was unusual for many reasons. It was quite interesting from the perspective of the financial system because actually the bouncer entirely fine. Instead all the places that the Fed had to intervene. It was all exclusively in capital markets. So they had two buy treasuries. The corporate bond market completely ceased functioning feds that it would buy. debt eight has lent directly to money market mutual funds and through all of these various liquidity in funding schemes that it set up. To all of those markets, it ultimately was underwriting about twenty three and a half trillion dollars, worth of securities. The numerous intervention trips, anything that they've ever done before in capital markets, and it does raise the question of whether the bank sufficiently safe and and the risk has migrated elsewhere tween. What what are we to take from that that the Fed did have to step in and to a degree prop up this relatively new this enormous part of the banking industry. Your view all told is this big shift within the financial system to good. In one way might be better that at no point were the banks in trouble union. Thank saw still very important institutions and when one of them fails, it can sort of imperil the entire financial system on the entire economy. This idea that you've migrated some of the risks inherently associated with intimidating financial markets away from the banks and towards Cheddar banks might make the system as a whole less vulnerable. So it's not necessarily a bad thing that ranks have become more important, but there is this sort of problem that people have long worried about with. With banks, which is thought if you think the regulators will step in and save the day during a crisis than perhaps you might take more risk in good times, make more profits and good times on the assumption that you will be fine through bad times, and there is this concern forth by some regulators. Now that you've set this precedent that the Fed will step into markets in times of crisis, and that possibly could lead to less prudent risk taking. It seems very likely that shallow banks will be looked at more skeptically by regulators going forwards. That was thank you very much for joining us. Thank Jason. It's not just the consumer of banking that's changing. The rule of central banks is undergoing a seismic shift. These days to the latest episode of talks are sister podcast on business and finance looks at how governments are pumping money into their economies. The renowned economist, Claudia Som- wonders whether a new age of macroeconomics is upon us. Listen to money, talks, from, economists radio wherever fine podcasts are sold. In May when the monsoon season starts forager's in, China's Unani- province begin their hunt for wild mushrooms. The damp forests host a staggering variety of species, many of which are extremely valuable. The annual harvest provides money for thousands of families in the region. But knowing what to pick in life or death skill. and. The covid nineteen pandemic has made the trade less profitable. Stephanie Studer is China correspondent for the Economist based in Beijing. Last month, she joined a local grandmother on a picking expedition. One dozen. So my colleague, and I arrived at the non, Mush. Re Market in Yunan Province early in the morning on a weekday, and it was already bustling lots of people that already trading that pickings from bat morning, most of them had been up since about four am. And so these grandmothers would come in. They have wicker basket strapped to their backs and they are filled with mushroom. Some of them just have plastic bags and they're coming in and pouring these mushrooms out onto piles on the floor. Amiss. All sorts of colors you've got red mushrooms and yellow ones, and then these sort of fantastic looking mushrooms change color. When you touch them, they develop these green bruises, which is why they're known as Green Pinch Mushrooms and they were particularly popular at this time of the season. And then we met young hung in one of the older ladies that had been already out and on the hunt in the morning. And had a pretty good basket of mushrooms. So then we asked young if we could join how the following morning for daily Hunt and how was it? Well, we had to be off at five am. So we were out on the mountains and starting at the crack of dawn to look for these precious mushrooms within a few minutes. We had already found a couple of mushrooms that she was going to sell, but what she and others are really looking for on the mountains dawn are Matsue Tocci, whicher beloved of. His foodies, as well as Morales and Sean trouble, and many of these mushrooms doing fact, end up on. South Korean and Japanese dinner plates. So it sounds like mushroom-picking is a pretty big business. All told it is if you gather all the grandmothers, families and children of UNANI who go mushroom hunting every season, which runs from May to October, they gathered at one hundred and sixty thousand tons of wild mushrooms a year, and that generates income for unanimous of about ten billion UN, which is over a billion dollars. Unanimous southwest is a fatty pool province still in it relies on agriculture, and so this is a big part of its income, but this year the pandemic has put a dent in demand. Well, the local hunters were telling me that they felt demand was very much down this year. You would usually get chefs in China coming to the region to buy the fresh wild mushrooms off them, and then he lost for about four days, and if they're not sold in that time and they need to be dried or preserved in other ways in sources and relishes. relishes and or frozen So they felt that those people simply haven't been coming and what about the the basic safety issue I mean, not every mushroom on the fourth floor is edible. They are not legible, and in fact on our hunts, there were some poisonous ones pointed out to his for many years. There was a condition in the province known as Yunan. Yunan Unknown Cause Sudden Death Syndrome and it used to strike remote villages in clusters usually during the monsoon, nobody could quite work out what was causing it, and then in two thousand, twelve, convene institutes all botany said it had discovered a new species of mushroom which was known informally as little white some which looked remarkably like a button mushroom and they suspected that villagers. Villagers had been gathering this mushroom with the rest of their hunt and itching it, and of course, in among this great diversity of Mushrooms in Union, they're all the magic sort as well. In fact, the Green Pinch mushroom that's being sold. Now, if you don't cook. It well, enough than some claim that they see little blue men dancing in front of their eyes. I didn't. Try it myself. Thanks, very much for your time, Stephanie? Anti. Jason who? That's all for this episode of the Intelligence. If you like us give us a rating on Apple podcasts and see you back here tomorrow.

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Canon EOS R5, Nikon D6, Olympus OM-D EM1 Mark III And More

Photography Radio

23:18 min | 1 year ago

Canon EOS R5, Nikon D6, Olympus OM-D EM1 Mark III And More

"Tons of new product nouncement from Canon including a new flagship. Yaas are murless camera. Nico and Olympus also announced new flagship camera bodies but with lukewarm response. Why one super bowl photographer still shoots. With DSL LAR- Sony releases a software development kit to help developers make apps for their top and cameras and millennial wildlife photographer Jess Finley as my selection of photographer the week. So let's begin now. Thanks so much for tuning in for another episode of Photography Radio. My name is Thomas and today you are listening to tack at stake with Staccato. Where he covers. What's new and interesting in the world of photography including digital analog mobile and everything in between enjoy? Can you imagine your life without photography? No then you will love this show and it doesn't matter if you're a DSL are a mirror `less or a mobile phone shooter. We're here to help your photography grow. This is Photography Radio. One and welcome to this week's episode of his take. Which is my take on photography news this week. So let's begin now this week. Cannon made a plethora of product announcements everything from an entry level ds lar- I di- civilization printer. Compact won a cloud photo service sort of new lenses. And the one that everyone's excited about finally a pro level murless camera body. The are five because of the five designation. This are most likely be second from the top of the line. Much like they beloved e ossified de so there probably still is. Yaas are one currently in development but top secret but this is the most professional model of murless camera bodies that Canon has produced or at least announced thus far the New York will have all the features that can murless shooters had been asking for and more. It will have ibis or embody image stabilization. Something that can is not known for since they usually prefer having the lens stabilize and this is something that goes right back to the original AF lenses for their film lars back in the late nineteen ninety s when they started including stabilization. In the lenses. This new are five. Wall also have eight K. video capabilities against the Canon has been bottle-necking video features on there. Dislo and murless cameras for the past few years in something that has irritated loyal cannon users to the point that many of them actually switched to Sony because of this orchestrated removal of video features. The final big feature which doesn't sound that exciting but it is for those of you that are working professionals or enthusiasts. It has dual card slots something of a staple for Fujifilm's more top end counterparties but again something that Canon has been hesitant to include on their murless Camelina because this was just a development announcement of this new. Yaas are five body. There are still many details left out such as sensory included on this new body. Now because cannon still produces all of their own full frame sensors. Perhaps they're working on something really special with rumors mentioning anything from forty to forty seven mega pixels but more important to me than megabits would-be about the autofocus capabilities. Promises a new dual? Pixel Technology that scrimmage reduced as well as video capabilities the frame rates as well as a megabytes per second actually had a chance to review the original cannon. Ears are when it first was released and I really liked it at a nice refined feel to it even though it was all new the kit land the twenty four to one zero five was great the Iq was impressive. And I knew that this was truly just the mid level body and that there would eventually be five d level body coming in the near future although almost two years since the original are was released. Seems a bit slow for cannons part to release this but better late than never? So let's wait to see as can reveals more information but by the reaction of people on the Internet. It's refreshing to see a real competitor to the Sony as seven series of murless cameras. Canon announced two more products that I wanted to mention. One is a compact travel printer and the other is a cloud service both on the opposite ends of the spectrum. The new die. Supplementation Printer called the Canon Selfie Square Q. X Ten. When we think about portable instant photo printers most of us think of would you films are very popular in Stack? Sprinters however unlike Fujifilm's little compact printers cannons output will be a sticker and not a polaroid photo print much. Like would you phones printers though? The printer works via an APP. That allows you to create collages add text and graphics and each of the cartridges will hold up to twenty stickers at a time as for image size e. Selfie can create sixty eight by sixty eight millimeter images which is slightly larger than Fujifilm's insects squares. Sixty two sixty two millimeter image area. So Nice compact size and a good looking printer and the fact that the printout is high quality laminated die. Supplementation printouts is actually good news but can can crack. Fujifilm's insects printer dominance at one hundred and fifty dollars. Us for the printer and a twenty pack of stickers costing only fifteen dollars. The new selfie system is significantly cheaper than Fuji Film Insects Square Printer and Prince. But I think the key will be these software experience. The tax software is very slick and enjoyable to USA. Let's hope cannon will update their self the APP to appeal to their target market for this product. Which if you look at the Promo video it will be females as well as those or into arts and crafts. Although for me I would love to have one of these printers. Another announcement is that Canon is yet again getting back into the cloud. Storage business sort of well. Maybe we're thinking this is a very very competitive field with companies like Google Amazon. Apple dropbox and flickered competing for this marketplace however cannon does have a plan first of all can is claiming. This isn't a typical cloud like service. In fact they will be working with Google flicker adobe and other companies to integrate their services in with cannons on the image dot cannon website. They have six icons to give a brief explanation of what the service provides I the first iconic show is the initial camera to cloud seamless upload. They claim then number two. It's the original photos will stay in the cloud for thirty days. You can also download these images to any device you can auto for these images to Google. Drive or flicker within the thirty day period to keep the full resolution images. They Offer A LONG-TERM CLOUD SERVICE FOR UP TO TEN GIGABYTES. And finally you can share the images to the cloud or on the cloud to various social media platforms six little features that they showcase on that website. So basically it's cloud servers. It's more like a hub where your images can reside temporarily and acts as a backup but when you can move these images to existing services that you already have which is great. So it's not like Canada's trying to compete with Google cloud or flicker for cannon shooters. I think this is a really good option for a second backup tool. Especially if you already have google. Drive or flicker or any other cloud service. They may add in the near future. There's also points to a new future. Were camera manufacturers. Stick to doing what they do. Best and leave specific products like cloud storage to the experts but facilitate their transfer process by making it seamless from camera to cloud. It's also way to see Canon diversifying their product offerings. Although I think it's a matter of survival really camera. Sales will continue the job before it plateau so manufacturers need to fill gaps in the product lineup. Or there's growth. I think that portable printers and cloud slash hub services is definitely an area of market growth. Both Nikon Olympus also announced the latest flagship Cameras Nikon announced quite quietly in fact their brand new d-6 at sixty five hundred dollars is a very specific camera built for Professional Sports Wildlife and action. Much like the recently announced cannon DX mark three however unlike the cannon that added features that many were looking for. Nicole has disappointed. Many who are anticipating new D series camera that would compete with the cannon for the upcoming Tokyo Summer Olympics. This year looking just at the SPEC sheet. It's pretty disappointing gets during there isn't a s or a mark to model of the previously. Very popular defy now won't go through all the specs but I think the core of the problem isn't that the body is basically the same as a previous model since Canon's flagship is also very similar to the previous model but the fact that is basically the same sensor and the same basic features and often case has less features many were hoping for ibis or in body image stabilization higher continuous frame rates better video features. But none of these features came to fruition. I think the biggest problem is the lack of RND resources since Nikon has been to their credit really focused on their new murless zad cameras in both APS and full frame. They have great bodies. Great Lenses and an overall decent ecosystem considering the just started making murless cameras with all this attention murless however and with Nicole shrinking market share and profit margins. It's clear that Nicole engineers were no longer focusing on building a killer new D series cameras. They don't have the time resources or the energy to do so. I think this is in a way more of a marketing blunder than anything else. Instead of calling it. The D six. It should have been called the defy s and call it a day similar to what Sony did with the a nine mark to the added some small updates and features and so added the mark to to reflect this minimal upgrade transparent and honest when naming the camera so the new D six is still a good camera but for a sixty five hundred dollar flagship and seeing what the direct competitor recently released and four years since its last update that. Let's just say that this new d five s will call it. That is very disappointing. Launch for flagship moving onto Olympus and their new flagship the oil md am one mark three. It's up I the same disappointment from their users since the specs are very similar to the previous model and like the D Six. The new. Em One uses the same sensor from the previous model the now ancient twenty megapixel micro Ford Center now always liked the Oh md ecosystem since they lived up to what they were selling. A high performance. Well-built murless camera. In a compact size. If you look at the m one and some of their pro lenses like the forty to one fifty f. two point eight which is eighty two three hundred millimeter equivalent or the hundred F. Four with the one point. Four time Tele converter which gives you a eight hundred forty million equivalent. You're getting a very high performing camera and a very compact size compared to full frame camera curve land. Especially if you're hiking or you want something really light but a serious camera. The Olympics Mike System makes a lot of sense the problem is the same as Nico which is their resources are stretched since Olympics relies on someone else to develop a sense of for their cameras and at this time it looks like even Panasonic has decided to move up to full frame. Murless less and sort of leave micro four thirds very niche cameras. There's sent of to build a higher performing micro four third sensors which is unfortunate an addition to the old censor the LCD are also about two generations behind and even though it has dual card slots only one of them is the ultra high-speed type to what the em one does have going forward is class leading. Ibis is seven point five stops of image stabilization. Which is still the best of the pack and they have great build quality of the cameras as well as it lenses but without more resources to keep up with the other competing platforms such as Fujifilm's x series I think Olympics and their micro four third citizens might be on his last generation moreover both Olympus and Neekam lack of sales and thus resources are really starting to show with the release of both of their so called flagship cameras and this does not bode well for the future of these lines and perhaps even the future are there camera divisions this is really interesting article and interview on pedic with Getty images chief sports photographer Robert Car in his recent assignment for graphing the latest Super Bowl event. We talk a lot about gear. But it's always good to talk to the actual end user of these flagship cameras and final. How and why the UC's powerful photographic tools for the super bowl car used to brand new cannon. Y'All's won the X. Mark Threes one. Dax Mark to and for lenses a four hundred two point. Eight seventy two hundred F. Two point eight and twenty four to seventy F- TO A. They said basically. This is what he used all season. Nothing out of the ordinary for him as a sports photographer in the article explains not only how he gets shots but the value of getting top and images for sports in comparison to the smartphone image. That seems to dominate other genres of photography. Now this is a quote from. He says if you look at a lot of the players in scrammed today you're not going to see many photos taken with iphones. You're going to see a lot of them taken with Real Cameras. And while it's fine for the average fan to snap a picture from the stands or family member to do a group picture on the field to get that in your face action. Pitcher is still need people to know what they're doing. That's a part of the job that a Lotta people forget he still need images. People want to use not just thirty seconds after taking it and it goes away in a story but once they're going to want to keep around for a long time and of quote car also goes into the Sony versus cannon debate and why he prefers cannon and oddly enough. The reason wasn't technical but something that many amateurs enthusiasts think about but often debate about for hours and hours about features and technicalities and the comments on basically why he chose cannon over zoning this is again a quote from him he says to be brutally honest. I have used. Sony's I had one for a couple of months that I tried out. It's a fine hammer but to me with what I do with my specific role in what I cover. I much prefer the Canon. It works better for me. The feel that balance of the lenses with the body to be quite honest with you the way my hands are the way the Sony's field in my hand it's just not a good fit again end of quote then the and it was the familiarity with the ecosystem as Walser Ergonomic. Feel in the hands of convince this pop sports photographer to stick with cannon and not switch over to Sony. Maybe we can all learn something from this top sports dog for boat not chasing specs numbers but focusing on our own personal workflow and what works best for us. Sony is doing something that I've wanted more camera manufacturers to do for a very long time which is open up their cameras firmware to third party developers to help create unique software that works in conjunction with the Oem Ui and firmware the SDK or software development. Kit We'll give developers access to control the top end Sony cameras remotely using windows based software. Sony's deputy president of imaging products and solutions. America's Neil moral wits explains he says quote companies will now be able to custom developed. Applications have control our cameras remotely allowing them to take full advantage of the many innovations in Sony's lineup including industry-leading autofocus shooting speeds and much more ultimately this gives professional clients the ability to create new and different imaging. Spirits is unlike anything that's been done before and of quote available now the camera remote s decay or only support. The seven are mark four and the a nine mark two bodies but Sony explains that this kid will gradually be expanded to include more cameras. I think this has a lot to do with the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. Which is a good thing. My hope is that Sony and other manufacturers like cannon will expand their developer's kit include not only windows which means the remote apple be tied to be used through a laptop or desktop but really expanded to include Iowa's and Andrew because I think much the software innovation is happening within the mobile software world. I remember years ago. Hacky my little cannon point and shoot because it gave me access to information like shudder count and exit data. That the OEM you. I wouldn't give me and I've always wondered why these things were hidden from users. I'm happy that finally camera managers are opening up their cameras to third party developers. But I want more than just remote camera access. I want to be able to create new folders. Renamed folders pull specific fouls off camera perhaps even customizing the menus look all remotely from a mobile device allowing users to customize or hack the cameras to make it unique to the user. Is One great way to integrate? Stand-alone cameras into a photographer's entire workflow including camera adjustment. Remote Control Image Ingestion and customization for this week. My selection for feature photographer is Jessica Finlay a prolific and award winning wildlife nature photographer. Jeff Finley calls the Vancouver home. A perfect place to focus on the great outdoors jess was born in nineteen ninety two. So he's quite young but if you met him in person which I have he looks even younger and you may mistaken for just a kid starting out in photography. But don't let us handsome young looks fool you just as a very well traveled experienced and talented photographer. If you check out his instagram feed. You can see that. He has traveled all over north and South America for graphing some of the most rare and exotic animals with his specialty on photographing birds. One of my favorite images. He's taken recently is of a barn owl flying out of an old abandoned barn. It looks like a magazine or an album cover and has all the elements of a well conceived and constructed commercial. Shoot but it's completely out in the wild and it was up to just to adapt to the natural surroundings to make. The shot happens. Something that just is very good at creating if you look at his feet now. This images posted to Instagram as well as his blog. Top images of twenty nineteen and leave the link in the show notes war instagram but on many images he shares a generously on how he gets his photographs as well as all the women he uses now use might have already guessed because he's a professional wildlife photographer. His gear of choice is Kennedy S. Larsen Lenses of course. But you'll see in his write ups that you need more than just a camera and get the type of images that he's able to create justice. Beautiful photographs have been showcased at various museums throughout North America including a show and presentation at the prestigious Massoni Museum of Natural History in Washington. Dc also leave a link in the show notes to a recent podcast he did with the CBC re talks us through one of his award. Winning photographs curated by the Natural History Museum in London of a loon out in a while as a photographer who doesn't foreground wildlife. It's still interesting to understand. His Process Sofala Jess on Instagram at Jess Finley which is spelled J. E. S. S. F. I N. D. L. A. Y. And his website at Jessica Finlay Dot Com. But again a all the links in the show notes again thanks for joining me for episode number seven for twenty twenty on tax which is my take on photography news this week. Love to hear from you. Let Me Know How. You're enjoying format and covering photography news and if there's something you'd want here perhaps an expansion of dog for the week or more news coverage in an area. I've perhaps missed so leave a message at photography radio DOT COM forward slash TOCCI. Which is belt take but not pronounce that way again? Leave a message at photography. Radio DOT COM forward slash Taki. Thanks again. Everyone and we'll talk to you all next week and until then happy shooting. Thank you so much for tuning in today hits stripe on your podcast APP. 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#329 - Amanheceu (ft. Estevo Queiroga)

Podcast Metanoia

43:41 min | 4 months ago

#329 - Amanheceu (ft. Estevo Queiroga)

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Let's take Joe of harmless. Honey, it's talented is one of nature's superfoods can prevent cancer heart disease. It's a powerful probiotic and boost your immune system. Paul. It's true if you'll eating actual Honey, Germany is the world's largest impulsive, Honey. Those Germans look funny. The wall second-largest importer of America hells. Very different story when it comes to this supposedly holy natural product, a study found that over seventy five percent of coding sold in the US contain any Honey, according to the FDA Honey has to contain Pullen over wise. It isn't putting it was discovered that the vast majority of commercial Honey Brown on the shelves and American Stolz contained. No pullen. When not actually putting. So if all Honey is in Honey, then what is it? Well, there are many different Kathleen engineered cocktails of ossification greediest that's used to replicate real funding and each producer used his own unique mixture most are mainly made from the infamous high fructose corn syrup sometimes labeled as multiple which is cooked with Sako syrup and water. Sometimes some plant extracts on the central oils are phone in. If you look. Eve for you being healthy by swapping your punk cakes for Honey putting reality it's probably the exact same thing. So why do American Honey producers sell billions of dollars of also fischel sugars labeled as hunting simple economics? Real Honey is expensive just think about what has to happen to make twenty bees have to visit two million flowers to produce. Just one cop pointing traveling fifty five thousand miles in the process over its entire lifetime. Single will just off teaspoon of high fructose corn syrup and Dover similar ingredients all incredibly cheap to and so companies can sell fake Clini for much cheaper to consumers. He will wiser also regulations in place in America concerning the actual percentage of real content required in Europe. There are very very strict rules about. What's come be labeled and sold as funny EU regulation stipulates anything sold as Honey most contain more than sixty percent actual seems fab north. They cannot contain more than five percents sucrose. I serious. The vast majority of sold across your was found to be one hundred percent pudding. Also through no fault of their own Americans are not used to the idea crystallizes very quickly. And one hundred percent warning will usually already be highly crystallize when you take off the shelf pudding never spoils crystallization is completely normal. After all it's shuker on shook just loves to crystallize Europeans have always been sold crystallized on. So a used to be idea. A survey found that most Americans would wrongly considered crystallize twenty two spoiled. When you're selling sips disguise, Honey, you don't have to worry about crystallization. Point free. Billy cups of coffee drank every day around the world, but what goes into your call. Let me guess ground coffee or instant coffee. If you're an animal hot water that may be milk or cream perhaps sugar. And of course, let's not forget the weeds beans seeds corn tweaks. Yes. You heard me correctly, you'll growled coffee, which should just be Cuffy, right? Actually contains a whole array of Phyllis more often than not these Phyllis contain tweaks. Well, you did say you like your coffee earthy flavor. Coffee is in trouble. Triple coffee is very sensitive. It doesn't like being called names. It's also very picky about where its crew the plunge will only produce coffee seeds known to all as coffee beans in humid and very altitude and mountainous areas, according to several experts climate change is frightening these sensitive environment, I'm focused show by twenty fifty off of the regions in the world where coffee can be grown will be lost forever. By twenty eighty coffee could go extinct due to these growing fears unscrupulous ground coffee manufacturers have resorted to putting out that coffee using Phyllis sweeping Brown sugar. Bali on core. Some byproducts of coffee production should really be removed from the final product also purposely being left in to fill it out such as what tweaks parchment husks, and even soil if you buy holdings than worry there won't be any Phyllis Brazilian scientists so concerned about this. They developed a brand new technique using liquid chromatography on statistical analysis to allow them to detect exactly what percentage of bag of ground coffee is actual coughing. The procedure is ninety five percent accurate and what they discussed. Cooked some Brown. Ground coffee has high percentage of Philipson. They must be purposely. There's just no way. It's an accident. If coffee isn't your thing, then maybe. You may have been told many times most orange juices are official. Do you really know just how artifice what if I told you the flavor of most major orange juice Browns is one hundred percent fake to make our industry sheets squeeze oranges. Right. Maybe in some -servative added sugar. No. That would just be too simple for big brand, orange juices. They squeezed their inches, then they removal if the oxygen from the extracted juice this allows juice to keep for a year without spoiling. Yes, you'll morning juices anywhere from a few months to a year. That stuff all removing the oxygen dolls. It's also removed all of the natural flavor. I mean. So left to have very old completely tasteless liquid slightly was Emba something that came out in orange walls. Orange flavor is then also physically re audits to the juice using concoction of also fischel flavorings. Warring purposely removed and then back in again, if only makes it worse. I mean, that's not easy or cheap today. Well, it's all about consistency each big brand orange juice has their own unique flavor. Their customers are all very familiar. Just imagine if the taste of Tropicana chain slightly millions of people would noticing Kickapoo stole the natural flavor. From our injures is just not consistent enough to stick brand name on its people associate flavor without particular Brown because the flavor were constantly change depending on the variety of the location of the time of year. Manufacturers and millions hiring. I'm frequent experts the very same people worked for lodge perfume companies to create a unique and recognizable are in juice like flav for that. They call these flav. I'm the worst part flavoring don't even have to be listed under the greedy. Because that derived from orange oils, which is dubious claim technically means these oughta fishery flavored drinks can be sold as one hundred percent are introduce. Sorry. I know wondering which of your favorite foods. I'm going to ruin next. What's about simple state? Stake a stake is just a single cut of beef. Right could possibly be suspicious about that. Well, if you for cheapest aches wherever it be from the supermarket or even your local butcher, you could be eating tens of different cattle in a single stake, your purchasing Frankenstein stakes have actually being glued to gather from a whole range of of coats. And there's still just happened with beef lamb. Venison or any meat, really? When many unim- are being turned into various types of small food product ready to throw into a punit home waste is created. I'm general of meats that would most likely get away. So unscrupulous companies butchers us meet cult-run pollutants which is well known in the food industry and is completely untraceable within the final product. They basically glued together the leftover pieces which could have come for many different cows to create warm big Frankenstein's steak for. Trump. Gluten is so good at fusing together. It would take an expert to examine estate very closely to detect any wrongdoing. The best part it's not illegal requirement to list it ingredient. So to be safe to stay away from cheap steak, but what if you already do maybe you are account obser- spend forty fifth year even one hundred dollars plus on a single steak in a restaurant and your favorites. They all if cost very pricey Kobe beef, the Kobe beef craze has taken America impotence Feis, stall foulland's of restaurants, all over the country and many large chains. Now offer highly prized on highly prized Kobe beef, burgers, Koby steaks and over Kobe beef products on their menus Kuby comes from Kobe. Cows breed of beef. Comes from Japan. The stakes they produce are prized by chefs all over the world for that. Impressive fouth modeling flavor on that melts in your mouth texture. Its is the ultimate state. It's incredibly exclusive Kobe beef can only come from Japan unjust free thousand castle deemed were vian to be slaughtered and turned into Kobe beef each year, they are all fathered by just twelve highly prized bulls, that's considered genetically ideal sounds to me like they're trying to create a cow muster show Koby cows via on Sunday to improve flavor. Every cow is muscle daily to improve its fat Mobley. Hell I wanna be Kobe Cal now is some serious dedication to creating a tasty. Stay calm, cheap varies body will cost you on average about three hundred fifty dollars to a real Koby steak in a restaurant because supplies are purposely kept small to focus on quality the amount of real Kobe beef reaches each year. Would only feed seventy seven Americans on yet. Millions of Americans are going out regularly eating Koby from restaurants and buying it from the shop to cook home for fath- fall less than three hundred fifty dollars per steak. So what's going on here? It is one of the biggest foods comes in America's history as you have probably guessed by now, the fast vast majority of so-called Koby beef sold in America is just plain old regular beef has never even Japan. It's just outright lying on clever marketing, if you can call clever some funds in America, even now creating fake Kobe beef for much cheaper often called phobe beef by those in the know this fake Koby is sold two thousands of restaurants customers pay off of a hundred dollars stake for it. But in reality, there are only nine restaurants in the whole of America cells real Koby imported from Japan. Yes, just nine and they have a specialized allowing them to cook. And sell it the fake food that you consume in the average day is sick. Olive oil is actually peanut oil slayer bean, oil and palm, your cheese and even bread contains Woodfull. Yes. Would which she FDA say is safe to eat. Thanks for the advice. Last time. I checked I wasn't to beaver your dried. Spices and herbs contain a large amount of garden weeds, your contain sort unsound. Yummy. Yummy. Blueberries are also often faith most products containing blueberry, muffins, cereals, and pancakes contain precisely zero blueberries real breeze are expensive and so food. Scientists have perfected recipe of sugar purple dye over questionable ingredients to crack imitations. Have no health benefit so ever in America. Most of the champagne sold is not actually champagne most people believe that it's legal to sell sparkling wine champagne if it tells them to ridge Nate from the champagne province in France. And it is produced using the metal trumping wants second fomentation with the bottle. Well, yes, this is true in every country in the world except America. One hundred year old legal loophole allows any American sparkling wine simple, awful of Californian bubbly, for example, which may be nice to be sold. Champagne, which isn't women America. Do this in any of a crunchy? French lawsuit will take your fake Shumpert of the shelves faster than you can say is a bloody fringing quiz issue. Of course, all of this changes, depending where you live in the world every country has its own unique food regulations and different levels of food quality, which countries have the most faithful, which have the least British charity. Oxfam conducted a study comparing quality of foods in every country in the world, the best countries in the world overall for food quality and lack of food related health issues with found today the Netherlands, France, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden well. Shocking. The over end of the spectrum America full quality unhealthy related food issues. The USA ranked to whom twentieth out of a hundred and twenty five countries. Putting it in the same league. Saudi Arabia, Jordan, if yo- Pia and child. It's one of life's great Heim, the world's wealthiest superpower. Some of Lois Corti food in the world. 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GSNC Basketball Podcast Episode 247: The Madness of March (3-25-2019)

GSMC Basketball Podcast

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GSNC Basketball Podcast Episode 247: The Madness of March (3-25-2019)

"Get your ears wrapped around the Golden State media concepts basketball podcast, all the scoop, you need to know from college basketball to the NBA and even March madness zoos of your rising stars topics on off the hard work this if the Golden State media concepts basketball podcast. Logan, welcome. And the GMC basketball brought to the GMC podcast network. I'm your house's always Jeff Mellon of welcome back. We have some madness in the month of March. It's crazy. I know it's almost like it's parched madness. Like if she'll be thing. Oh, wait. My god. What are way to start right with the terrible joke. Terrible sarcastic joke. Anyways. We have a bunch of our Madison take care of we got I sit round and sixty four them really go in rain to the thirty three hundred thirty two then we'll get a preview the Sweet Sixteen matchups as they are going to happen starting Thursday. Then you know, what I'm just going to do this because I love to do stuff on the fly. We are got a preview each game. And then go into that preview to they lead eight and then lead into the final four in the final four into the national championship game in minnea-. Capless Minnesota, and that I will predict the winner of the national championship as of this week sixteen matchups if I had to make a guess on who would be the national champions of the brackets, I made I still have my winter picked but everything else is completed destroyed like everybody else's thanks March Martinez. I don't think there will ever be a perfect bracket lead. Like, you know, those million dollar ones actually will give out a million dollars whoever wins it. I don't think they'll ever happen. I don't think it's ever happened. I don't think will ever happen. If it has happened that I apologize. I actually won the money. But I don't remember it. So we will see what happens when these win we closing closer on the road to the final four. But and then we'll also talk about the Lakers and then being out of the NBA playoffs and abroad missing the plows the first time since two thousand and six fund back. I'm twenty three years old right now, he. He hasn't missed the playoffs. I was eleven. I was eleven years old last time. He missed the playoffs. We'll get more on what else was happening at that time in two thousand six when he missed the playoffs last time. So and then we'll talk about the legacy. He's gonna have if this affects his legacy missing the playoffs at this late in his career when he's arguably the best player in the world today. And we'll also talk about you know, we'll talk about the playoff situation right now the race for eighth on both sides of the both sides of the conferences both east and west. So we'll get into that as well as well. If if since they are also talking about Luke Walton in his potential firing and who might be his replacement. It might be just a kid and and. And and we start with generally, Jeremy LIAM's half court shot that Kemba Walker had no faith in that went in and beat the raptors as well. There was a lot that happened this weekend. So let's get right into the first things. First before we talk about the round sixty four and the ran a thirty two and into the sixteen. We've gotta talk. Well, we'll talk about one particular game in the round of thirty two that needs to be discussed UCF versus Duke. And obviously, it was the seven foot six monster of a man versus ion who's. No, who's no who's no tiny man himself going into an in a battle as Duke narrowly. And I mean narrowly hangs onto a victory seventy seven seventy six with a great performance by both UCF and do with a thirty two point eleven rebound. Triple double still shows why he is without question. The undisputed number one overall pick going into the draft this year. I don't think the denial in that. He's just he's proving timing. Time. Again, why people are so high on him every single night. He's proving that he has what it takes to be a star in the NBA. But I will say this. I feel bad for him because of how much hype he's leading on not be intentionally. He's playing his game. He's playing at a high level higher than anyone else in the in the entire college basketball world. But then I hate I hate hate hate when people compare guys who have not who are comparing them to the greatest players of all time. That's that's leading them to such high expectations that it's not even fair comparing Zonta LeBron James is so astronomically high standard for him. And I'm not saying he can't live up to it. He can absolutely live up to it. There's toll. He has what it takes live up to the hype. Don't get me wrong. He has all the town in the world, the Olympic ability the strength size, the defense, the hustle. He's got it. All but saying, oh, he's. The next goat. He's in next. Lebron James he's the next Michael Jordan. So until fourth is an unfair estimate of what he can do. Lebron had the same kind of thing going at ice school. I get that. He was held as an extreme in Zion is definitely a fee NAMA. I'm not giving. But does that leave too high of expectations that even if he averages let's say you have twenty points a game? No not. Okay. I'll even go lower that fifteen points a game five rebounds a game in three assist game. Any gets were gear with those numbers. Does that mean he failed expectations? Absolutely not but people will soon he failed expectations too soon. I think people will criticize his little mistakes that I think rookies tend to have too soon and consider him a bust before easy and settled into the NBA that's happened. So little or so often excuse me that it's almost criminal and. I would love to see him flourish. I would love to see him be live up to all the expectations all the high almost impossible standards that are set up to him. And he like I said I'm not saying he's not capable he's more than capable. But the fact is when you put someone at a high expectation like that it puts a lot of pressure on them in the question is can you handle that pressure? Sounds like already he is. But again, comparing college basketball to the NBA is comparing apples to oranges. You know, it's comparing two completely different things. You can't compare the athletes in the college basketball world to the players in the NBA world because one how neither those guys go to the NBA a handful at best in the in the college basketball world, and then comparing that to all the athletes in the NBA. Each one of them was a star in high school was a star in college at one point. And it's just one of those things are looking at it and going. Sees me and going. You know, it's going to be a different kind of game. When Zion goes the NBA. And it's for everybody. And obviously some are planning extremely on the NBA there year. Luca Danni Marvin Bagley the under kind kinda doing alright a trae young among others. But if it's going to be answered to say lease how things turn out resign. I'm going to be looking at his career very closely. And I'm hoping for the best for him. I just don't like to high expectations led to him but going off topic going back to the UCF do game one of the things I saw at the end of the game. The final shots missed. I I'm coach K I'm curious, and I'll tell you why first off the first shot off the little floater. He had off the off the glass was close going in. He had his hands up playing right defensive made sense that the defend how you play defense like that. You don't want to commit a foul that one. I'll let slide that he got that close to the basket busy don't wanna give a foul and. I get that. But what I can't understand is when a UCF player jumps above at basically, everybody and. Tries to do a tip in in barely an I mean, barely misses a tip in and that was the end of the season for UCF. I'm coach K. I'm going into that locker room. I'm going who the hell let him get that close to the basket, and let him tip that in who is not boxing who is not getting the rebound, and oh you can tell who didn't play because there's like three or four or five different. Like almost the entire team. It felt like that was avoiding like we're outside not going for the balls. I am felt like he was going go for the ball. And it wasn't a lot of defense. Non a lot of good rebounding technique. Not a lot of boxing out. Like, I said very easy for that guy to get the basket in tip it in just a little bit lighter. And I would have went in and that's incredible to me. That's absolutely incredible. That how you're looking at it overall. And they almost lost the game due to incompetence because that. It shouldn't have come close that tip in shouldn't of happened. Because that's how defense is played. You got a box out. You gotta play. Right. And he didn't the do players. Let that happen. And it shouldn't have happened. That's my actual Tate on it. That was just poor rebounding ability that was poor boxing out and just not fundamentals. And that's just how I it. That's just the bottom line. And they got lucky I cannot believe I said that. But they got absolutely lucky Duke did because like I said that tipping goes in there done done skis Bye-bye seal later next. And it's not like it's not like a twenties. It's not like it was a lucky bounce or something. It was a very stoppable play. It was a very defendable situation where he couldn't have gone that ball, but he got it. And then the big waves coming in like who would would Zay on would that be a big problem for Zion? If he didn't win the national championship verty against the final four or whatever whatnot. Probably not to be honest with you. But. I don't know. I just think that there's a lot to be desired when it comes to the defensive effort that do put in in that final seconds. And I think it could have been easily avoided. I really do. I think it could have been easily avoided, and it could have not been that close that last shot at least the game was heavily competed. I get that. And it was just close nonetheless. And that's just how that's just how it works. You know? It's just it shouldn't have been that close. It was that close. You gotta work on it and move on. I was talking to some people about some said, maybe they're going to be more motivated now that they almost lost like that. And they're going to play a little bit harder on the defense decided boxy out and getting rebounds and all that stuff. No crucial. That is or they will look at over and say, we still one you know, what? I mean. I just hope that's not what the case is. I hope they work on their defense. I hope they work. It's not like their defense is terrible. I'm saying the rebounding skills show, very lack of effort if anything that game. So that's what I see. That's how I see it. And that's what it's gotta be. But we are going to take a short break. But when we get back we will talk about each game. That's happened in the tournament rounded sixty four random thirty two. Ed preview the round of sixteen and we will also also also. Preview who's going to win the national champion go from the sweet sixteenth the lead aid to the final four into the national championship. And if we have time, we'll talk about the Lakers, and then missing the playoffs and LeBron's legacy in question by multiple people, and we right on that. When we return don't go away. Are you looking for the very best NFL and college football podcast? Then check out GSM see football podcast. Get the latest football move both on and off the field from the NFL draft to treats to the rumor mill to the NFL combines they got you covered. That's GSM podcasts dot com back slash football. Dash podcasts. Get updates. I'm college rivalries key day, insights and much much more. It's football talk. The way you want. It this show, eat, sleeps and breathes football. Don't forget to like him on Facebook and follow them on Twitter. Visit yes, see podcasts dot com for more info. Welcome back everyone. GS MC basketball podcast just finished discussing the March madness round thirty two game between UCF and Duke went down to the wire made my piece about amendment piece about zone. And so let's move on now to each game in this tournament. Starting all the way back to the round of sixty four because we need to go each and every game because there was some wild games going on. Okay. Maybe that's an over exaggeration. There were some games while games going on. Yeah. Yeah. I said what do you do about it? Starting with Thursday, March twenty first Old Dominion versus Purdue in a shocking turn of events Purdue destroyed all dominion, sixty one forty eight with an another press performance by Edwards with twenty six point effort in forty minutes of play. Basically he played the entire game. No breaks. Then we on Wofford versus seen hall with one of the most was shocking, but. Let's for my stomach gay twenty four points. No ribbons are assist, but it seven three pointers all he made were threes in that game. And then at three three throws to make it twenty four. So that was a good win for welfare overseen hall Baylor over Syracuse, seventy eight sixty nine nothing really important special their Vichy and destroys Montana. Seventy four fifty five Florida handles Nevada seventy to sixty one it looked like Nevada was going to make a comeback, but thirty seven twenty was in in the first half. And then just kind of how it ended both scored thirty three in the second half. So. Basically Puerta takes it. Saint Mary's coming off their huge upset win over number one Gonzaga to take the conference championship that they earned with a victory over conservative. Like, I said, but now let's go to their game against a very the defending champions Villanova. They lost sixty one fifty seven hard-fought effort from Saint Mary's but came down to the defending champs still holding onto their title hopes. You know, what happens later, but we'll get into that. But. Gonzaga destroys number sixteen four les Dickinson. Fairleigh Dickinson has a love these calls names, sometimes eighty seven forty nine nine close Kentucky over album Abilene Christian seventy nine forty four Murray. State. Okay. Now, we have someone for Murray state, Joe Moran. Jess moran. Set a triple double seventeen eleven sixteen. He took the basketball world by storm with his performance over Marquette. And then in the next game in the round of thirty two. But we'll get on that when we get to the round of thirty two. And I think this really moves up his draft stock. We'll talk more about that. Once we get to the next round. But as move on Belmont, Maryland Belmont this close to move onto the next round. But sadly could not hold on as Maryland. While they missed a three pointer at the end of it. And well, I mean was a really three it was kind of like a there's a prayers of prayer and Maryland wins at seventy nine. To seventy seven as for Kansas. They held on to win easily over northeastern eighty seven fifty three Florida shade over Vermont, seventy six sixty nine Bradley almost had an upset bid. There were up by one at the end of the half against Michigan state. But Michigan state came rallying back and hold on to win the game. Seventy six sixty five. I almost upset of the of the of the of the tournament and Auburn over New Mexico state, seventy eight seventy seven pile very short margin one point game and our and held on tight win that after missed a missed shot from New Mexico state. Couldn't get it in at the last. Second Yale almost with the upset bid over LSU seventy nine seventy four. There was a big shot at the the sealer for LSU. Minnesota handles Louisville eighty six seventy six. To take on to go to the next round Saint Louis versus Virginia Tech for genius. It takes it sixty six fifty two Ohio State upsets Iowa State, which is weird to say sixty two to fifty nine honestly people called it an upset when it comes to our Hieaux stay, whether it's basketball or football. I never considered the upset because of the fact how talented they are now tau their recruiting is or regardless vary. Anything else goes down. I just think it's along the lines of just the legacy that Ohio State has and it just doesn't always every time. They win. It doesn't feel like an upset regardless. What breaking there in you? UCF hangs on over VCU seventy three fifty eight with a. V thirteen point eighteen rebound performance by that large seven foot six is in the man was or is it like for those wrestling fans out there? He's basically giant insults. Fun fat. If anyone gets that. I love you. I ONA was actually kind of close against Carolina, eight seventy three. I mean, I mean take what you can get right Houston over Georgia's state, eighty four fifty five no contest. Liberty upsets, Mississippi State, eighty to seventy six they are the they were I guess the ten story going into this. Pretty sure they're out of it. Well, well, we'll we'll preview all that stuff. And then we had North Dakota state could they pull magic they do in football. God. No, they played do eighty five sixty two. They lose Washington against Utah state, Washington. Takes it seventy eight sixty one buffalo beats the first four winner. Arizona state ninety one seventy four in a blowout. Oregon blows out number five Wisconsin, seventy two to fifty four in one of the biggest blowouts a five seat against the twelve c twelve seats had the five seats number only one five seed won their game during this tournament. Tennessee beats Colgate. But by only seven the fifteen team held on to be that close. But then of course, Gardner Webb nearly nearly defeated number one Virginia number sixteen team almost beat Virginia. Again, two years in a row, which would have gotten that coach canned. They were up by six they had a good competitive game after the half a little bit. But then Virginia had this resurgence in one seventy one fifty six the score doesn't show how close that game. Really was. But at one point it looked like aren't a web is going to hold on to Virginia to the last second. But then it came all the way to garner web at the end of it, Texas Tech over northern Kentucky, seventy to fifty seven UC Irvine upsets, Kansas state, seventy to sixty four Kansas City had a great season this year all for not as UC Irvine comes out of nowhere with the victory Iowa over Cincinnati, seventy nine seventy two and number nine Oklahoma destroys number eight ole miss ninety five seventy two that was the first. That was the first little batch. It turned that was a frown sixty four four you. Now, let's get into the round of thirty two that happened on starting Saturday March the twenty third Auburn over Kansas eighty nine seventy five and a huge upset beating Kansas is always an upset to me. Purdue destroys the defending national champion Villanova. Wildcats eighty seven sixty one no repeat for the Wildcats. But hey, they had a good run. I mean, hey, you wanna Astle championship? Philadelphia wins championships crazy to think about no offense. Murray state trying to bounce from their John Morand Morand. I why can't pronounce the name today with twenty eight point performance wasn't enough as they lost ninety two sixty two. He did all he could. But what a performance by job. And it just turned out to be all Florida state, though, Gonzaga beats Baylor eighty three to seventy one Michigan state holds onto win seventy two. Hold on his strong word. They destroy the Minnesota some need a fifty Michigan tries is trying to get back into that. Final four with a win over Florida six sixty four to forty nine. Excuse me, Kentucky over Wofford sixty two to fifty six after a record-breaking seven threes from. He he goes a abysmal. Oh for twelve from the three line. That's gonna be the biggest like geom- or biggest like slump in the history of basketball like going breaking the record for most threes in the tournament to then not making a single three out of twelve attempts is absolutely absurd. Maybe not absurd. But crazy it just it's so unlikely I I don't know. But regardless they lose they're out of the tournament playoff tournament. Saint thing to get Tocci LSU barely defeats Maryland. On a last second layup. In a great performance to. Even after three made with little seconds left to just great game. All around. As for yesterday's games on Sunday. Oh, Houston, defeats Ohio State. Seventy four fifty nine you serve. I'm trying to make Cinderella run is not. So as Oregon destroys them seventy three fifty four Virginia over Oklahoma, sixty three to fifty one Virginia Tech takes liberties bid at a Cinderella story. Sixty seven fifty eight we've already discussed Duke and UCF unbelievable game that happened seventy seven seventy six final score, Texas Tech defeats buffalo. Seventy eight to fifty eight North Carolina moves on Eighty-one patina over Washington and Tennessee holds on over Iowa's eighty three to seventy seven. Now. Let's get the fun stuff. Let's get to the games that are happening. The Sweet Sixteen not a girl's birthday sixteenth birthday party. But the Sweet Sixteen in March madness. I mean, do people really call it the NCA tournament, and it's early ring a bell, doesn't it. It's so much. Better just to say the March madness. It's just it's better. But you don't call it. The NFL championship you call it the Super Bowl, you know, it just rings Iranian rolls off the tongue better. Just makes more sense to me at enemies. You can totally say no to that. Anyways. What was I saying saying, oh, yeah. Sweet Sixteen Florida state verse again saga give me Gonzaga. I know that's such an obvious statement. But just inside it looks like poise after loss of Saint Mary's. It looks like there'd be there were focused on that being the last loss of the season for them. So looking to make a run in this tournament and move on to the elite eight Purdue in Tennessee, you gotta get me Purdue through just looks like the better team right now, they look like one of the best teams in the nation like arguably, maybe bet d best. They look pretty darn good right now after the victory against Villanova. I totally see them taking on Tennessee, one of the closest match ups at one point favorite, Tennessee. But I still got Purdue in this one. I'm just going to write down let me just write down. So I don't forget because I don't want to embarrass myself. So I have. And his pens out of income. Course, it is getting note there, he goes came back in zodda. And then Purdue. Texas Tech and Michigan give me Michigan. They're trying to they're trying to make up for their loss last season. I think they're gonna make it a over Texas Tech. It's going to be a close game though, no doubt about two point favorite Michigan. But I said that Michigan over Texas Tech. I think Michigan has a lot more motivation after last season's disappointment in the loss of the national championship game. So give me Michigan Virginia and Oregon. See this one's tough. Because of the funding for Gina has known to choke. But you know, what how they've been playing. They've been making statements, but was Oregon. They beat Wisconsin handily. But it was -sconsin is not the same to me used to be give me Virginia. Gimme virginia. And I'll tell you why. Because I just think they're better suited for a long a heart battled game a hard-fought game. They got this Huffman for it. I think Oregon is maybe a little over their heads. But a anything can happen LSU and Michigan state. Gimme LSU do the run. They're having. They're having a great run in this tournament. Michigan state kind of looks a little uneasy to me after that close game against the number fifteen seed, it just seems like maybe LSU is the better team overall. Michigan state is the six point favorites. Yes. But that's I think based on seating. I think LSU can make a serious run here. So give me LSU over Michigan state. Aubert in North Carolina. I gotta go with North Carolina. They just they looked like a superior team this tournament and to Virginia Tech. I don't think there's any question. Give me do because I on just looks that good at the moment. And then Houston and Kentucky giving Kentucky. Just because it just like I can just looks like they're the better team overall Houston's having a great season. They're having a great role in that tournament. No doubt about it. But I think he's gonna hold onto win this. So who I see in the lead? Eight is LSU North Carolina Duke. Kentucky Virginia, Michigan, Gonzaga Purdue. Yes, that's eight. So let me look at the brackets while time that was just the games. I'm looking at the brackets here. So in the matchup. We're so we got the elite match ups, and I will tell you them. But I only take a short break when we come back. We'll tell you all about the elite match ups that I have written down as my predictions, and then we'll get right into the final four. And I like I said if we have time we'll discuss the Lakers and LeBron James and if his legacies tainted a little bit by his MRI of the playoffs this season will go right on that. When we return. Check out the show that's built on the m a from the UFC two extreme cage fighting they got the fights covered. Check out the GSM. See M a podcast get the latest news on past or upcoming fights. Join us as we talked to in about some of the biggest names in 'em past present future. When it's the fight game. There's just one show to check out GSM, see podcasts dot com. Backslash MAME dash podcast. Don't forget to like him on Facebook and follow them on Twitter. Visit GS MC podcast dot com. For more info. Welcome back everyone. The GS M C span podcast for finishing up the predictions here going into the final four. So our lead eight matchups our guys in our teams in lead Arkansas got Purdue Michigan Virginia LSU, North Carolina, Duke and Kentucky. So first matchup of the of this elite would be Duke versus LSU one in three going at it. So this is interesting. But I gotta go at Duke just Zion. Man. I know this is so obvious. But when you have three players on your team, they're going to be the top five in the draft. How can you stop that? Granted UCF almost did. But I don't see LSU. UCF had a big seven six foot six vantage and a hat just how fast paced team, I just don't see LSU with that. Same fire UCF? I just don't I just don't see that kind of competition with this kind of game. So I have to go into the final four shocker. I know then we have Gonzaga in Michigan. Both teams are looking for national championship bid. Obviously both of these last two teams that have been the runners up in the national championship Gonzaga couple years ago and. Michigan last season. This is an interesting perspective. But. I think I'm gonna go with Gonzaga. I know I just picked the tune to number one seeds go into the final four, but Gonzaga just seems like a better fit team to make a run the Michigan. Then we move on North Carolina versus Kentucky. You know, what I hate doing this? Gimme gimme you North Carolina. He just they play in a superior conference. They play superior teams. And they just keep waiting. That is how I see it. Virginia and Purdue gimme Purdue their momentum's. Get a carry them to the final four. You know, what this is? My prediction right now. I'm saying right here right now. So the final four Purdue number three number one North Carolina number one Gonzaga in number one Duke are in the final four. I mean, most of the time it is like the couple number one seeds, but Purdue number three seed I see up setting North Carolina in the final four. And then it's gonna be Duke versus Purdue in the national championship game. Do again will be in Zog. I think they're the better team. They have the better said they have a deeper bench produce own. I MO well meant is huge when it comes to this to the tournament. And I think Purdue has the most women anyone else in in in the tournament right now. So and just based off their huge wins. I mean. The winner were billing over almost was like giving them the trophy giving them like handing over the keys almost if that makes sense it just I feel I just and then I have so much their town. They worked together as a team it just a great great ball movement around the court. Hi, high paced offense in a in a in a what's the word? I'm looking for NAT nasty, not nasty, but a a. A persistent defense. And I just think that's what's gonna be the big big thing heading into the final four and they're upset win over North Carolina. And. When they played Duke. So my prediction for the finals for the national championship game. I'll write it down even. Championship game. Purdue versus Duke. And this being said. This is the tough one. Now, Purdue Duke. Purdue. Duke. As I am favored to go at Duke, I'm tempted to go with them. But I can't I just can't. I think the better overall team is Duke. But he think the best guys that play around them most chemistry the most like just play for each other kind of atmosphere is produced. And I honestly think that honestly think that just Purdue seems like of team that wants to win together. There do is just always I always think that Zionist kind of an unselfish guy get that he wants to play in the tournament. He could not have totally. No one would have complained, and it just seems that some guys are any for themselves. Feels like do I could be totally wrong. But this is where I get. This is my assumption. Of course, Purdue just feels like the play with each other because they don't think of themselves of top pick in the draft. They don't see themselves as a. One of the best teams in the nation. Type of thing. They seem so dogs and they're playing underdogs and they play in the bite in tooth and nail. And they played the hardest of the final buzzer. And they proven that with with these statement wins over Villanova and over Old Dominion. I know those are not big Old Dominion big win. But the Villanova ones big if they do be Tennessee, they'll have a huge woman going against Virginia. And I really think they'll be Virginia. And then they'd be North Carolina. There will mental be at all time fever pitch, Duke. They weren't Purdue wasn't one of the teams. I was like, oh they're going to get to the final four. They weren't. They were one of those top teams. So I think that will meant that that a motivation will help them longer Duke should should be there. That's the assumption. Duke should just be in the final four and win the national championship. That's their destiny if you will. And I think Purdue will be motivated to take that away from them. I think that's what's going to happen. I think it's one of Asian. I think it's tactics. I think just planning ahead fast paced offense to nasty on. Offense. I think produce has it. I think Purdue can do it. I really do think Purdue could take and I stand by that. So I have Purdue winning this tournament. And if I did the brackets if I first time doing the brackets, I did not pick produced in. I had I they can saga one. I had a Michigan one and my third one. I wanna do Villanova to do a back to back just play it safe because they're always they're always going. They've always been relatively deep in this turn amount. So Purdue was not my first choice. I'll say that. But they're Mnuchin. He's there might choice of the remaining teams left produce winning it. That's my prediction. And of course, like so many other brackets. It's gotta be torn to pieces, but it may not may be the truth. Maybe I'll be wrong about some games. But I think I truly think that produce get it be in that final four and in that national championship game. And I'm gonna go out right now. And just say it ally already did saying they're going to be holding the trophy. They need to end of the final four. I really believe I really believe that. And I think they have the team to do it. And it's always nice to see some sort of underdog. If two wins, it I won't be like, I won't be heartbroken thing. They obviously will earn it. But it's gonna be close. Fast paced nail biting finish between Purdue and Duke. And I can't wait to see it. I honestly can't. So there it is there's my final predictions from the Sweet Sixteen onwards Purdue versus Duke in the final national championship match-up, and we do Purdue holy in the national championship at the end of the day in Minneapolis. That is my prediction. And so with that we gotta talk about the Lakers. They are out of the playoffs thinks that the ngelo Russell people in in the in the Brooklyn nets and LeBron will miss the playoffs. The first time since two thousand four two dozen five season. I was ten at the time while I was nine turning ten. That's when the San Antonio Spurs beat the Detroit, Pistons and the finals, Tim Duncan when the NBA MVP. I heard some people say like this the first since six, and I thought that was true that LeBron didn't make an six but looking at the record Cleveland fifty Wednesday year. So I don't know what that was about. But anyways, the oh four or five season pretty impressive. How long it's been since. He's not been in the playoffs. And I'll just tell you the I'll just let's look at. Awards shall we? And p was Steve Nash rookie of the year was Emeka Okafor of the Charlotte. Bob, cats, Ben Wallace and other defensive player of the year for him. Six year was Ben Gordon. Most improved player was Bobby Simmons. Yeah. I don't know. Coach of the year was Mike, Dan, Tony not of these drugs. What are the Phoenix Suns executive of the year? Was Bryan Colangelo of the Phoenix Suns in sports should award went to Grant Hill. Here's the NBA first team Dunkin Nowinski O'neil Iverson net. Nash he's me second team. Lebron? Kevin Durant, Garnett almost at Durant. Kevin Garnett Amari starred. Dwayne Wade Ray Allen of the Seattle SuperSonics. Thirteen Tracy mug Grady, Shawn Marion Ben Wallace Koby. Bryant was an all India thirteen in Gilbert arenas. And it's just absurd to see all this. Dwight Howard was rookie. Andre Ugo dollar was a rookie. Luol dang was a rookie. Ben, Gordon was a rookie. Does anyone else? Remember meek Okafor. He was pretty touted going going into going out of Connecticut. But the second overall pick by the pub cats, I liked him to honesty, but looking how everything happened and also this was the Charlotte bobcats first season in the league. So it's really incredible. And. And also during the prior that season the championship it was she killing traded to the Miami Heat. Which is also super interesting. That's the that was the that was also the year. Steve Nash signed with the sons all this crazy happened and. Gosh, it's been a long time since lebrons not made the playoffs. And so with that being said everyone is now doubting like saying, oh, he's not like the Braun or he's not like Michael excuse me. Michael Jordan would have made the playoffs with that team skip Bayless, and I happen to disagree with that. Because why he was injured eighteen gains which also extremely hurt him. And I just don't see how that affects. I just I don't. Okay. I understand that his streak at being the finals is over in a weird way. Not losing in the playoffs losing in the. Not even making the playoffs. I get it's weird. It's unnatural. We're all unaware this. We're all aware of this. And with that being said. Everyone's doubting. Like, what's is this like is he still like a top five player to me? He is still. But I do have to say this. If he fails to make the playoffs next year. If he fails to do that. Then I think it affects his legacy. I really do. But I think it's honestly up to how next season goes this season can be escape. It's his first year with the new team. I get it. But. How this is gonna go down is he does not make the playoffs this next year. So he goes to consecutive years without making the playoffs too. I will say that affects his career that will peel people be like, oh, he's not better than Jordan or cream or any of those other guys. He's a tough I player because of this. And that's going to be a factor. So he needs not to mess up. Now. He needs not to stop. Now. Don't stop me. Now. I'm having such a good time. I'm having a ball. You get it. So with that being said LeBron's legacies online for next season. I think maybe not on the line. 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103  The Unstoppable Money Machine

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103 The Unstoppable Money Machine

"Hi, this is Craig Ballantyne host of early to rise radio. Have you ever wanted to become wealthier healthier wiser or just have more time to appreciate the finer things in life on this show? We reveal what high performers doing every day to be more successful without sacrificing their personal lives early. To rise radio is sponsored by the perfect day formula. Get your free copy of this game changing success guide at free perfect day book dot com now, let's get started with today's show. They super excited to be back and sharing with you. One of my brand new inventions the unstoppable money machine. This is a heavy sales and marketing and social media and content creation podcast for you. It's going to be absolutely amazing. I'm gonna show you how to get leads and clients into your business. Doesn't matter. What industry you are in it works for real estate agents? Like, my my friend, who's friends who work with Sharon Preveza. The real estate guru Klein of mine it works for nutrition coaches it works for business coaches like myself it works for New York Times bestselling authors. Like, John Romolo? It works for everybody in every business. I have actually brick and mortar businesses, and it works there too with my business partner, Daniel Woodrum's, and this is going to help you it's gonna make you more money. It's going to help you get better and more confident in your presentations. It's going to help you tell your stories it's going to help you with Email marketing, it's going to help you grow your following. It's going to help you follow up. All right. So. My name is Craig Ballantyne. Welcome to this episode of early to rise radio. It's going to be a lot of fun as we dive deep into the unstoppable money machine, which can be applied to any business. Now, you might not apply a hundred percent of this. But if you apply are able to apply even fifty percent of it is going to be a massive massive change because it's very systematic. Most people are just going about all of their stuff willy nilly, totally free styling things just making things up as they go along. And that's first of all why you're frustrated and stress because he think my goodness. What am I going to input out there for my marketing this month this week this morning, and when you have this system in place, it's going to be an absolute game changer for you? And I'm really looking forward to sharing with you. All right. So I call it the unstoppable money machine. It's almost like a perpetual money machine. It's working for you day and night twenty four hours a day is working for you in social media is working for you in Email marketing can work for you in print advertising. It can work for you in the books that you create just like it's worked for me in the books that. I have written including my Wall Street Journal bestseller on stoppable. Speaking of unstoppable early to rise radio is brought to you by my brand new book unstoppable. And you can get a free copy at be unstoppable. Book dot com. Now, we're going to die into the unstoppable money machine is gonna go like this. We're going to go, and we're gonna talk about the power of heart advice. I okay. This is where so many people mess things up. They spend months and months and months creating a product or a service, and then they go and try to sell it. And they struggle fact, they bomb a lot. And it's because they're trying to sell soft advice or basically a product that the world will not pay for. Yeah. They want the information. But when it comes down to paying for that information or paying for something else. They're gonna take the other option all the time. So I'm going to correct you on that. Then we're going to get into my bicycle spoke model of content distribution, then I'm gonna show you the five by five content grid to create that Khan. Intent and show you how to leverage it into free case studies free reports to first of all generate more leads but also paying customers. And then we're going to talk about the grant Cardona monster follow up. So I wanna give shadow to grant Cardona make sure he knows that. I'm giving him a shout out here and one of the gentleman that works for him. Jared Galant I was down at a grant Cardona vent recently. And oh my goodness. Did I get schooled me art of monster follow up now? Listen, I know there's somebody out there grumbling and saying oh grant card own that guy. Bob, blah, listen. You don't have to like him. You just have to learn from him. This is very much, and I was making this argument to my coaching clients. And they appreciate it as argument. I said listen, you don't have to like Donald Trump to learn something from how he became president. If you're a democrat new nor with Donald Trump did your foolish. Likewise. If you're a Republican, you ignored what Obama did to become a president go from community organizer too. Resident you are also very foolish. So grant card recognized that at his vani say, hey, listen, Trump, Obama doesn't matter who you like you got to study these people you gotta study these people. Okay. Set aside the emotion and get rational about what is calling attention how they are striking courts how they know their avatar their customer avatar, and we can apply that to our business say, thanks for the information, buddy. Even though I don't like you. I am going to go in apply this to my business. All right. So have some respect for their methods. If you even if you don't respect the man. All right. So now, we go, and after we talk about the monster follow up, we get into how the heck d become good at this. And I'm going to teach you about daily practice and the ninety minute blocks, okay? Which fit into your perfect week and your perfect day formula right now speaking of perfect week formula people masking when is that book coming out Craig rebound Tyne and the answer is the book will be out four my next perfect. Life retreat, November eighth and ninth in sandy. Dago? So I always release a brand new book at the perfect life retreat. And if you never been there there's four hundred entrepreneurs that are at that event. I would absolutely positively love to have you there. Are tickets are going to go on sale in a few weeks to the perfect life retreat, and you can get a perfect life retreat dot com to learn more. But also, you get a copy of the perfect week formula, and you'll be able to fit this in because there's also something there's like the perfect marketing week formula which applies to every single day. And that formula is in seven words, and it's enter the conversation in the prospects mind, we're going to circle back to that. When we talk about the content creation you need to have in your five by five grid. And when you apply the five by five grid to those seven words, and you know, what to say every single day, then that is how you can make money online or in your Email marketing or in your radio show, if you have a radio show been on a lot of radio shows recently or in your podcast like I'm doing right now. So listen before we go any further. I wanna say one thing about this podcast. I only have sixty six five star reviews. And according to my podcast gurus. I need to get five hundred five star review. Oh, so I need you to go over to items the US version of tunes and gimme a five star review. Okay. Absolutely, positively love that I at least want to get up to two hundred and fifty in the next ninety days. So please, please. Please get that five star review there at absolutely love. It you're gonna be so awesome. And I'm gonna teach you how to become really good at your podcasting and all your content creation as part of this. Okay. So listen, are you ready to dive into my unstoppable money machine? Let's do it. Let's talk about why you need to sell hard advice. So hopefully, you have heard this rant. But hopefully, you are excited here this rant again because you need to hear this multiple times in order for it to sink in. Too. Many people are out there. Trying to sell motivation mindset stuff confidence. Listen, it is very very hard sell when somebody is. Starving or dying of Thurston the desert. They don't need more motivation. They need water food Vinnie's hard hard stuff. You know stuff that can make a tangible impact immediately recently posted on a grand card own Instagram post. And I said, oh, you know, ten x that message is taking the world. It's it's worldwide like Coca Cola and some guy like mouth me off and said coca Cola's poison. I'm like, okay. I guess you're not really understanding the point of my post. But also, you understand the irony is that if you were actually starving in the desert, and you were like on the verge of death and someone gave you a Coca Cola. You would actually live longer because a Coca Cola. So everything is good and bad in its place. Coca-cola is not the devil. All the time. It situationally the devil fee. Drink a leader Coca-Cola day. Yes, you're in trouble. But if you have a leader of Coca Cola in the desert, it'll get you one or two more days alive. All right. So remember that now the heart advice that you must sell comes down to three things. Now, when I do my ranting, and raving, I say, listen, you gotta go away from that heart centered stuff that people are not buying from for example guy. Contact me today, and I felt really bad for him. Because he's like I can't get any clients. No one wants to buy my new dad coaching. And I'm like, yeah. Because nobody wants to buy new dad coaching. I'm really sorry. I'm sure the advices is really fantastic. I'm sure there's a lot of dads out there that. Need your information? But they will not by your information. If they have fifty dollars through their name, and they have to buy diapers or new dad coaching. You know, sure as heck they're buying the hard good. Now, it's the same with when people are trying to sell motivation for weight loss versus selling diet for weight loss, humans are not rational. They actually need the motivation more than they need the diet because every diet works, and they probably have ten diets up on the shelf that would work if they just use them if they just stuck to it with the motivation, but they will not pull out their credit card and vote with their wallet about buying motivation. Okay. So yeah, you can do all these YouTube videos, lights, lots of lights loves and shares on YouTube help people go all my goodness. You're so great. You're motivational messages are awesome. You should package these up and sell them. And then you do and you go. Hey, I did what you said. And they say, yeah, I'm gonna go by this. Diet. That's how people operate so soft advices motivation hits mindset stuff. It's confidence coaching. It's heart centered coaching. It's soul centered coaching. It's all that stuff. Now once in a while along will come one person who can make money doing it or famous person. But ninety nine percent of people will go broke trying to sell that soft stuff. You need to sell hard advice in heart advice fits into one of three categories. Now, my friends Andrew fryer his coaching program. High impact coaches he helps coaches build a six figure business in ninety days or less. That's hard advice because option number one in the heart advice is to help people make more money. Zander's a coaching client of mine. He's in my empire mastermind group. He's come to my workshops. He also does coaching at my masterminds for me because he's so good. But he sells hard advice hard advice. Okay. Now, he is going to give the mindset motivation once they buy you need that. But that's not what people are buying for their buying for the money. So hard advice option number one is to help people make more money, art advice. Number two is what I did. For many many years, I helped people lose weight, so you can make people more money. You can help them lose weight. My coaching client Frank and blanket in the Netherlands. Gives shout out to Frank tell him that he was on this episode man, he is making over one hundred thousand euros a month, helping people lose weight, okay? That's what training did my first program that made me millions. It helped people lose weight. It wasn't mindset. It wasn't motivation. It wasn't a schedule for going to the gym. No, it was the actual workouts. Follow along videos is the hardest heart advice that you can give people and that's what made a ton of money. We sold hundreds of thousands of copies of it. I video watch three and a half million times on YouTube because it's hard advice. So shout out to Frank shout out to everybody that's giving people heart advice in the weight loss world. And then the third thing that you can do something that might coaching client. Jason capital did for longtime is was help people get more sex. He was in the dating advice world, he helped guys get more luck there. And then I had a guy at my perfect life retreat last year's name is Chris Hadad in Chris Hadad what he sells. He used to sell a program for women was called texture X back now that God them back into a loving relationship. So when I say that the heart advices make more money or lose weight or get more sex. There's various offshoots this. So in the make more money. It's anything that gives people ego in power, right? You could also sell how to get a promotion you could sell you know, how to network on Lincoln. You could sell stuff around that. I have an Instagram course, that helps make more money. You can have how to increase your influence on Instagram because people associate that with money in power in ego. And I will also say that selling a car fits in this heart advice, if it's in the get more sex category because when you buy car most people are buying a car to get more sex, whether buying a fancy red convertible because they're single or whether the buying a minivan because they wanna keep their partner happy their wife or their husband happy and not get kicked out on the couch because they went and Biden unreliable car, or you know, car that isn't practical. Impractical cars that's the word. I was looking for so listen when you buy a car, you're it's almost like you're buying heart advice it fits into one of these categories and with the weight loss, it's not just weight loss. It's building muscle. It's, you know, getting better across fit whatever it is. Because ultimately when you lose weight and get better across fit when you gain more muscle, you build your ego. You get more power and you end up getting more sex almost everything comes down to more sex because you make more money to get more sex. So if you product does not help people. Get more sex. Now, you might think well what about being confident? Well, yeah, it does. But it's just not articulated properly into hard enough piece of advice. So I could go on and on and on there. But listen, you can't go and create a product until you know, you can sell it. And you need to know you can sell it by making sure that fits into the heart advice categories, and then from there you go and use my thirty benefit bullet point exercise, which is in my early rise university. So I'm not going to dive deep into that here. But let me know in the comments section or through our Email or semi direct message on Instagram how sorry to real Craig balance on Instagram and let me know if you'd like to cover copywriting, especially Email copywriting and sales copywriting and selling from the stage, I can do that on another one. But once we've got her heart advice down, we know that we can sell this. Then we knew we need to get our leads. We need to generate in audience, and I call this the bicycle spoke model of distributing your content in order to generate eyeballs and leads. Okay. So think about a bicycle wheel. Right. The bicycle wheel has a hub in the middle. And then. Has spokes going out? So when I describe this I want you to think about what's the main hub for your online. Traffic is going to be YouTube is going to be Facebook is going to be Instagram is going to be Lincoln is going to be your blog. What is it going to be because each each one of those should be used for almost every business, but some of them are gonna work better than others. So I have friends that do YouTube videos, and that is their main thing, I have friends like, my friend, lows hustle. His name is low Silva, but he goes by at Lowe's hustle on Instagram and Lisa speaking at my masterminded add coming up in Miami. In may, and he's like me we use Instagram we use Instagram now, my friend, Sharon revolts who have interviewed a couple times here on the podcast. You know, make sure you give shout out to Sharon tell him. He was on this episode. He uses Facebook a lot especially for his five AM club uses a Facebook. Group there. My my coach talkie more make sure that you give shout talkie on this. When he uses Facebook allot Facebook groups. As his main place distribution content as well as Email so make sure that you are picking the right hub. So you think about the hub for your content, and you make your content specifically for that hub? So for me, it's Instagram. Now, I'm also gonna shoot my content out to the spokes of the wheel. I'm gonna put the Instagram video on YouTube on Facebook on Lincoln, and I'm gonna put on my blog, and I might even make a podcast out of it. That's another spoke in your wheel. Now. The thing is I make the content mostly for Instagram because that's where I get most of my clients, and I might shoot the video vertically in just be okay with putting it on YouTube with black bars on the side. Now, if you were shooting for YouTube, you you would shoot horizontally with your camera horizontally because that's gonna look better on YouTube. But if your main focuses Instagram in you're pressed for time, you can do it perfect post for your main hub, which is Instagram as I do whether it's Instagram TV. Instagram stories Instagram main feed, and then just pay. I'm also going to put this on on linked, and I'm gonna put it on Facebook. I'm gonna put on YouTube. It's not gonna look perfect, but I'm gonna put it there. And I'm gonna make slight adjustments. When I put it on YouTube. I'm gonna put a link in the top of the description section same with Facebook. And when I put it on linked in I have to write a shorter description because it only lasts me thirteen hundred characters compared to twenty two hundred characters on Lincoln, but I'm still going to use that one piece of content multiple places. I'm using every piece of the pig. So now, I get this content in front of all of these places, and I can have a call to action in the video I can say, hey, click the link below or swipe up to get my free report. And we get into the free report and building your list and a minute or you might just send people directly to a sales page if you have really good sales copy. So we have really good sales copy for Instagram. Sales course at social story selling system dot com, and we send people right there. And they by now if they don't buy they get retargeted with Facebook Konta. So the bonus point where where using Facebook. These days is the same as Frank Kern mentioned on her empire podcasts if you never watch the empire podcast show. Make sure you go to empire podcast dot com. Or look for the empire show on inst- on items. And listen to the the other podcast, I have with Pedro cooling and betas interviewed Frank Kern. And he described how he was using Facebook video, and we're now using Facebook video the same way. So what he does he creates a three to seven minute piece of content for Facebook. Now, he also puts it on Lincoln and other channels. So he's using my system, but he creates that Facebook content, and then he pays for he pays a he buys advertising that sends traffic directly to a let's say it's a five minute piece of content now, he's not really selling in the five minute piece of contents mazing, free content. But then if somebody watches seventy five percent and most of the time he chooses. Eighty five percent you can choose fifty percent or twenty five percent. But if he chooses to to re target people that have watched seventy five percent of video what that means is if you're watching a five minute video when you watch over three and a half minutes of the video or about four minutes of the video Facebook knows that and it allows Frank to re target you with ads. So, you know, Greg Owen show about this the other day at his event that I went to and I'm going to podcast about grants van because it was really fantastic. But grant was joking that hey, have you ever been on a owns Email this? He's very aggressive like promos once sometimes twice a day. And I don't care I'm learning from them. But a lot of people unsubscribe, and so he he was had an audience of five hundred people at this event. And he said, hey, listen, how many people here of unsubscribe from my Email? This a lot of hands went up and goes it'll be back. You'll be back. I know you will. And he didn't care because he was able to retarget these people with advertising. So even if you're off is Email list. You can't get. Off retargeting. Okay. You just can't as long as you're using the internet. You can't get off retargeting as long as you go to websites where people can buy advertising, they're kind of like saying, you know, ten years ago, you, you know, how do you avoid television commercials, you really couldn't well at least twenty years ago, but you can now but on the internet unless you don't go to websites with ads on them. You can't avoid it. So if you go to YouTube, or if I go to YouTube, I see grant Cardoen's ads because he's re targeting me and YouTube is selling that space for retargeting so retargeting essentially a way that you can use both Facebook and Google to get your content in front of people. Get your ads in front of people. So that's a little more advanced. But let me let me summarize that one more time would all do is make here's how I could use my bicycle hub spoke wheel system to maximize. So I would make a let's say I made a five minute video that I put on Instagram TVs, my main. Job and I could even use Instagram story. Although that's way, too long for an interim story, maybe use a piece of it. Now use that same video on Facebook as that, you know, front end of the ad. So the only start start sending at traffic to that Facebook video and it's five minutes long. It's great content. It's on my Instagram. TV? I also put it on my YouTube channel, I also put it on my linked in. Now, I've got it in many many places maybe even expand on it and make a podcast like this one. And this is exactly what I did. Because I filmed at eight minute video on what I'm talking about here, and we're running advertising to it, plus is on my YouTube. Plus, it's on Lincoln. And so now, I expanded into a podcast, and then I'm gonna expanded into a keynote presentation for my perfect life retreat, and I'm gonna teach at my mastermind groups and for them because we have small group at our masterminds, I'm able to coach them through it. So we have all of that in place. And then for the Facebook version once people watched seventy. Five percent of the video than I can retarget them and send them and a short direct. Add to my Instagram course, where they can get how to make money with the system. All right. So man, this is so cool. I I'm already twenty minutes in barely halfway through this so many pick it up a little bit. And then like I said I'll have a much much deeper presentation on this perfect life retreat. So make sure you're there November eighth and ninth. So now, you're probably thinking what the heck am I going to say in all this content? Crag I can barely come up with a video per week. That's all right. I've got this thing called a five by five content grid, which allows you to create a ton of content, and you can use this for your Email marketing, so my friend and client Joel Marian who I recently interviewed here in the podcast the shadow to jewel, he has a podcast called born to impact with over three thousand I tune reviews. It probably have to five thousand reviews now, it's crazy. So I want to catch up to him. So please go to items give me a five star. Rating. If you're finding this stuff helpful, okay and share this with your friends and get them to leave a five star review. That will be amazing. Okay. We'll send you something. Really cool. If you give me a five star view, so leave your review, and then take a screen shot and send it to support it early to rise dot Connell. We get something. Awesome. Now, anyways, Joel uses Joel Senzo fourteen e mails per week. That's right. He sends emails twice per day. Now, he has come up with a lot of content, and my client Steve Weatherford does multiple lives per week. So give shout out to at Weatherford five on Instagram. Let him know that I mentioned him here in my podcast. I was just on his show talking about my unstoppable book, but he cranks out a ton of content. Listen, it's easy to come up with content using my five by five grid. So the five by five grid like goes like this scrap a piece of paper, and you know, draw five by five grid. That's why called the five by five grid at on at the top. I want you to write down above each one of the five columns going left to right. Think about the five main messages that you have to share over and over and over again in your business, just like we have to share the ten commandments over and over and over again at church. So listen if God has ten commandments. We can get by five main messages. Right. So what are the five main messages if your nutrition coach, you probably need to talk about meal planning, you probably need to talk about having an accountability. Coach because listen you have all the died in the world. Why don't you have any results? You don't have an accountability. Coach you probably have talk about metabolism. You have to talk about Kito and paleo because the coming up all the time. So you're gonna have to talk about Kito pale. Maybe just call it the diet of the week. And then you're gonna have to talk about hormones and the impact of food on hormones, and those are the five main messages, you have to just program repeat on those things all the time. Now, you're thinking, okay, great. I understand having five main messages. But what about like, how do I how do I get some variety in here? I'm saying just five messages. Now, we're going to have five different ways of telling these messages so on the left hand. Down the left hand side you for each row, you're gonna write down. I your story then success story then celebrity story than myth and then statistic. So now, there's twenty five ways of telling this content. So let's say under metabolism. You can write about your story or talk about your story. So when I hit forty for nutrition coach when I hit forty I struggled to lose weight because I heard this story. The news fact that you metabolism decreases. But then I stumbled across this type of nutrition Kito dieting, or paleo dieting drop the carbs increased protein fat in the next thing. You know, my metabolism was like that when I was twenty years old here, you know, here my before and after photos, and it got me out of a deep dark, depression, and so on and so forth. And then you end with my three step. Call the action you tell them what they get how to get why they need to get it. Now, I don't have time to dive deep into that to my Instagram course, at show chal story selling. System dot com. Absolute game changer. If you got just three step system. The call to action at the end you'll make a ton more money with all your social media. So you have that. That's your metabolism telling your story, what about paleo diet celebrity? Well, it's you don't have to have like trained a celebrity. You'll only have to go to Google type in celebrities who use paleo diet, and you can create great content in one of these grids. Okay. So that's going on. They're all right next thing is that you will then be able to fill out that five by five content grid with so much. Great stuff. You'll have done for you material, and you'll never ever get bored of it. So totally totally amazing here. All right. So you're gonna have twenty five piece of content. You're gonna have a myth about hormones nutrition. You're gonna have celebrity stories for metabolism hormones Kito diet accountability. All that stuff. Like, you know, when Jennifer Lopez finally got nutrition coach that was when she was able to get in the best shape of relief. So listen, Jennifer Lopez wasn't paying that. You know, you know, just because he's a celebrity in Hollywood doesn't mean that you can't get accountability. Coach I've got a program is going to help you here XYZ. Okay. And it helped, you know, Sarah, who was a forty five year old dental hygienists with three kids in Wichita, Kansas. It'll help you so one of my clients. Vince Del Monte has done a ton of success stories in his marketing, he does this on YouTube his show called becoming an entrepreneur. It's absolute game changer. Not just for you. You're gonna get ton of value out of it. But also for his business because he gets so many qualified leads from that by putting a great content. So give shadow to Vince, I've been on his podcast a couple of times or just once actually, but I've been at his house, filming coaching. He's in my empire mastermind, but make sure that you are sharing this with him because he's going to get a lot of value out of this because I'm teaching this on the podcast before I teach him a deep dive of this at the empire mastermind in. A couple of weeks. All right. So we've got all of these guys who have millions of followers jewel, Vince Weatherford. Sharon, they're all using a variation of the strategies on teaching you here in the unstoppable money machine. So we figured out our heart offer, our heart advice, you know, the hard good that we're going to sell people that people will buy they will whip out the cata credit card to buy and it's a no brainer. Then we're able to go in create content using the five by five content grid and use that bicycle wheel analogy to distribute the content. So now, we got all these leads coming in. But in most cases, we need to warm them up. So that's why we want to go and create a free report. That's why Vince is creating that how to become an entrepreneur video series, and you just wanna put a ton of free content of there. So that they see one piece they're not going to buy from that. But they see multipple pieces very much like how Frank Kern, I creating those videos, and we're putting a lot of content out there and. People will watch one video that another video than other video cartoon was saying at his event that he has people watch three to four hours of his videos on YouTube. That's where he gets most of his leads into his world because he has thousands of hours of content. He has a fifteen hour seminar on YouTube. He says only five thousand people have watched some of it. But that's amazing. Right. That's amazing. I gotta get back into the YouTube gamma spent which much time on Instagram, but I mastered it and now if you go to YouTube dot com slash early to rise. I've got a raw video channel on there. So it's it's one of my sub channels on YouTube dot com slash early rise. And we're putting up some ranting and raving from me there. So you're definitely gonna wanna watch that including the eight minute video version of this presentation. So you create all that content. You get those eyeballs in now, you get them to a website, you tell them to go and download a free report recently. I started putting out my ninety day planner, which is one of my most popular. Things that I have out there, and it's really really awesome. And you know, people are all over this. So they go and download my ninety day planner. They get on my list, and we tell them about how they can get more of the ninety day planner more content like it and again, also an absolute game changer. So if you don't have that make sure that you contact me on Instagram at real Craig Ballantyne or just click the Lincoln my bio there because that is where I have a link to the ninety day planner, which is just going to help you figure out the next ninety days for your business, and you're gonna have way more success. So when you have that in place, some type of free offer, it's gonna get people on your Email list. So that you can communicate with them in another way. Because let's say that Instagram kicked me off for YouTube kick me off that happened one of my friends back in the day. And I felt so bad for them. You know to for them to put months, and months and months and years and years and years of content on YouTube, and then YouTube this goes in kicks them off that can happen. You can get banned from Facebook. Book you can get your ads band. You can get your account band. You know, YouTube could just totally ban. You any of these things can ban you in the next thing. You know, you don't have any of your stuff. Well, that's no good. So that's why you need an Email list. So that you can communicate with people and say, whatever you want and not have to worry about it. So when I have people create a free report, I don't say going create a fifty page e book that so, you know, ten years ago, all you need to do is create like a seven step checklist. Pay. This is a seven steps you need to do to stage your home and sell your home in seven in seven days or less. Just get this seven step checklist. Your Email, and I'll also give you a free bonus video. So they go to the download page, and they get your seven step checklist and video from you walking you through it. And then underneath that. They you have like, hey book a free concert with me to stage, sell your home, or if you're a nutrition coach, hey, these are the seven steps seven step checklist to make sure that your metabolism is higher than ever. And then you have a video to go with. It and then you have an application form for you nutrition coaching underneath that again. It's all very simple so much fun. So cool, you give so much content. You create so much value so much goodwill in this approach. That's why it's an unstoppable money machine because you have your content on Instagram all day long. You have your stories there for twenty four hours. You have your YouTube channel. It's like someone being able to go to a blockbuster back in the day and watch whatever movie they wanted right? I guess like Netflix. I suppose I could use it. An an example from today such an old white person. Sorry, anyways. So you have all of these channels with content on their plus referrals. Plus your Email marketing, plus your report, it's all doing marketing for you. While you go to the beach while you sleep while you go to the gym. Okay. That's why this is an unstoppable machine. And then once you get those leads in you do monster follow up so Badri than I have spent a lot of time doing monster follow up on her empire. Podcast. You can you can do this manually. I have a client Ron Mora. He's one of my coaches. He and I do a lot of follow up manually. We have a spreadsheet Bill for this. But you can also use. Applications like streak dot com fits in with your g mail. You can use pipe drive. My friend Yuri L came. He has an amazing podcast called health. Preneurs? Make sure they give shadow to Yuri for being on the show. He's never been a client of mine. Well, actually, he was in my mastermind back in two thousand and ten but he hasn't been inclined to mine in my new perfect life stuff. So get enough to to, you know, get into my coaching. But I've been on this podcast and he uses pipe drive for his follow up. Okay. And then Tocci more. My coach is machine machine at monster follow up, and he uses all types of things including chat bots, so make sure you seek out talking more and tell them that Craig Valentine sent into his world. So you've got all these things in place. You have hard advice. He of the five by five content gritty of the bicycle spoke method of distributing the content. You have a free report that gathers all these emails, and then you have all these case studies, you can share with them, and you have monster follow up. So that you have Email in Instagram and Facebook chat bots, and all these things that you can do to stay in touch with people. So that if they don't buy today they buy within ninety days, and oh my goodness. I've had people come back to me after a year of seeing my content and finally by me, in fact, I had a free. And who I've known since two thousand six reject me after seeing my content Lincoln and hired me for twenty five thousand dollar a day coaching. So I do that. So if if you're like a CO, or if you have an eight figure business, or you know, even a couple million dollar businesses and us want to do a deep dive with me, it's it's twenty five K for the day right now and probably go up soon, but twenty five K for the day, which is cheaper than Badri beige thirty five K for a half day. But I'm twenty five K for a day. We build out your marketing plan, we build out your unstoppable money machine. We build out your perfect week formula. We overcome any obstacles we build out your team. And then I put together content creation system for you. Because I'm a machine at this. And then I hold you accountable to it for the next year. If you can't afford, the twenty five K and come to one of my workshops, it's only seven and a half K, and you get the one year of follow up as well. And we do this. But in a small group setting for you. Okay. So you still get a ton of value. Then we also have phone coaching. So if you just want to jump on the phone and couple times with me and get access to my video trainings. Then you can do that as well. And that's just a thousand bucks a month right now, probably boost up to fifteen hundred bucks because when you get many clients saying, hey, you I thought it was going to be way more I kind of feel embarrassed. And then I realize hey, you know, what the right I needed to increase my prices because my time is super valuable. All right. So finally, how do you do this? How the heck do you create all this content? How do you get good at it on my goodness. I don't know where to start and there's two things you're going to do. First of all, you're gonna do daily practice. You must make this daily ritual daily habit. One of the cool things about grand card owns business. His sales businesses that his sales team has training everyday. So before they get to the office at eight in the morning, they have to have gone through the daily sales. Training video. The the sales manager was explaining says most my guys get up at five o'clock in the morning. They watched the training they come in at eight at eight twenty we have a test. That's right. He tests his employees every day at eight twenty. They have a test. You must pass it. If you fail like twice in a month. You you basically have fired and then at nine oh six they have a success meeting. And then over the course of the day, they have to make a hundred fifty outbound calls the sales team hundred fifty in a day, you probably make what what one point five in week. Okay. He's doing one hundred fifty in a day, and then they do daily role playing. So these guys if you wanna get good at something you have to daily so you have to do daily video, even you don't even have to use the video. You just have to do it daily, and you can change your lighting. You can change your pitch pain tocine tone tone in tonality. You can change your message. You can try doing vertical versus horizontal you can do try doing hands for using an a stand. You can try outside inside upside down. I don't care. But you gotta try something new every day, and you have to practice video every day. And then that gets that's practice. Right. Have you ever played sports? You know, you have practice, and then you have performance you have an actual game competition so once per week, I want you to schedule ninety minutes, you're going to go through the great your five by five content grid. You're gonna film you're as many pieces of content. Maybe you get through five maybe get through ten. But now you have a lot of content maybe the entire content for the week. If you're doing a daily video on Instagram so ninety minute block, and I teach us my Instagram Facebook group, so when people buy my Instagram course at social story selling system dot com. They don't just get access to the training which teaches them how to make money. They also get access to my Facebook group where people, you know, at hooked up for role plays. You know, that sounded really weird didn't they get hooked up for roll place. They connect with other people in the group other entrepreneurs, and they do sales call role playing. That's what I meant. My goodness. I'm gonna have to use that my standup comedy at the perfect life retreat, which is actually my goal. My goal is to do. Perfect life retreat last year. I did karaoke for the first time ever my goal. This year is to do stand up comedy at the perfect life retreat because I encourage people to jump outside your comfort zone not just step outside your comfort zone but jump outside your comfort zone. So I'm gonna write that down. I have very politically. Incorrect Chick-fil-A joke to which I'm not sure if I will lose customers when I when I tell it. But it I think it's pretty good. Anyways. So that is my joke that I'm just need to make note of about making sure that I tell that one. Okay. So now, we got that. So that's what you know. Long story short our Instagram Facebook group, you are learning everyday you're getting the chance to connect with other like minded people you have coaches in there like Ryan ogre master. He's a an amazing gym owner down in Utica, New York. He's also coached online, fitness business, guys. Chase Gibson who uses a lot my Instagram stuff. He's over in Bali working for my friend, Kristy Fay in the coaches cartel. They help fitness and nutrition coaches make money online so shadow to chase Gibson and Chris do Fay who I called. Chris Duffy for a long time and finally Alan Belcher one of my clients. He uses his stuff for the mixed. Martial arts world, an Ian Stanley in Stanley sells money, money, meditations, and other great courses and copywriting courses, and he uses my. Degrom course as well. So they all do the the blocking they do daily practice videos, and they're super successful. So my goodness talked a lot better. A lot of great people have given you so many people to follow you so much great content today. Remember heart advice than into the five by five content grid, even though I did it backwards with the bikes spoke model, so you distribute the content through the bicycle wheel model, then you get people onto your free. Lists through free reports case studies, then you do monster follow up tactfully, of course. And it can teach you that. And then you make sure you do daily practice and your ninety minute performance session. So that you have the unstoppable money machine in laze. And you know what? Again, I've got brick and mortar gyms can we use this? Of course, I've got online coaching kinda use this clearly, but what if I was a real estate agent. Could I use this? Oh my gosh. I would be such a wealthy real estate agent. Even even. I don't know anything about houses. 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Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis (HR 4) 190502

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis (HR 4) 190502

"Dude. Yes. I think here's empty, isn't it I it is I can table pretty quickly. Between our breaks. Yes. Should be on ESPN. Plus why not? Why not right? So we give them audio during extra show, plus with some of the content. Would we lose our jobs? Yes. Of course, FCC rules apply. Apply. Rules apply. Commonsense. Rules apply. The new more not shirts. Boys will be out tomorrow at the L Trudeau and orange just arrived. We got the Amen. My brother Keyshawn boils. Children men my brother, Elsie Rogers. What are you going to have? Hey, change. All definitely I told you. I'm Lynn next sour green, lose the diet. So the first people come to the L Trudeau and orange tomorrow morning, six AM happy are Friday all day while the radio station. And of course, if you drink drink tea. Anybody come out tomorrow morning, six o'clock early. Why not why? Oh, you just now coming in. When we on the air, you becoming no I'll still be out. From doing. Six AM in the morning should become an end. Yeah. That's from coming from days after our he should become six that actually opens at four. I was still be there used to be there six. Oh, yeah. So a lot of work you put it in put in lots of work. He's supposed to be able to get in and get out real quick. Right. I mean, not like the marinate. Thrilled about getting into get quick from four to six. I'm not hanging out at Drake's get what I need done. Get it over with. Yes. Get back to my hotel gambling. You other. You know, you got some things that keep you out a little bit longer. You know what I mean? Hasn't happened by six. Yeah. If you gotta still be chewing off somebody ear for him in the morning trying to convince them that you'll nice person the new person a new flock at four zero. They knew flack. They change in. Yeah. Shifts shifts seep over here you over seasons have chain. What else has changed? Keys Doppler reading fifty seven degrees. Partly cloudy, warm up national truffle, day and keys. Headline is presented by sprint. Okay. It's been. Doc do due to you. So yesterday, I was out hanging out in wit to get something to eat to go at this place. Call solely loon I'll in Woodland Hills. Okay. So, you know, you get to go and you see about a bar to age why you wait for the food. And there's a few my buddy Dave UCLA fan is some other some midday drinkers are all at the bar hanging out. And one of them was like one of them was like what the hell is wrong with that guy. Chris and Rosh, what do you? He was like they like plan. All this like games of regular wake up in the morning, everything. They're on their mind is is sexual. Yes. So I'm like. Yes. Just what they do. But every day all day twenty times, I listened to the show every day all day every morning Rosh his buttons this that oh boy is would you say? Ooh. That it. They went on and on and on and on and on like Dave about it. Oh, yeah. No, Dave, Dave is UCLA guy. So David I would get along. He's cool because he's UCLA guy. And I get the beat him up every chance I get about the basketball program as well as their football program. Even though he pointed Alex. Gotcha. Pointed out to me they popped us yesterday. But. Team Papa and he's a huge nervous Nellie in terms of being Aram fan. You wanna talk to me for the whole time. I was waiting about the Rams who do you think about the pig Henderson? You know, I went and watched his YouTube videos, and he's really a good runner. And you know, he's a real rampant because he probably got Jeff Fisher. So I watched the Rams I watched the Rams and the saints game actually with him playoff game with him last year, you know, tough one. You know, I know. Neff confu cooking, but they got us in too. Well, I think that it being with the Rams speaking for myself because it sounds like I have a similar situation that I having gone through Jeff Fisher for a season. It's almost like having a really bad girlfriend that you don't realize that the next government's actually great. She's not like that. But he's still remember the hurt from the first one is still carrying it around. See I. You're not remember that four hundred season. I do get rid of it though rid of it. He had to cause he had a one of fifteen season down that wanna fifteen season. I thought I right in the trash and so about how Rosh and Chris are always, you know, making themselves hurt one trend as a presence. Wake up, and you know, what? Like that. Yeah. You only. Oh, God, get fired. Get fire now for that at least because it wasn't something else. But not for that. Hey, keys, headline of the day. Chris. Thank you. Travis back to you now. Travis de'andre eight. Oh sprint history. Let's do that. Let's do that the people's hotlines Hollywood and Louis Louis, you're on the morning show. What's up? Hey, what's up, man? Give a shot out to to Rajin. Chris man, you gotta stop paying that fucking Mexican music. Man at funky, brother. I in the tropical land, and you got to. You know, daddy, Yankee not that funky. There you go that's more likely. Speak up brother favor in our in our su- in flood did not like the way you described yourself. You said Latin. Okay. I'm so much. Oh, man. Daniel five this is round Brown. Crying. About to happen. Does. Here brother got a thank you Louis. Louis was fired up. I'm not sure if they curse each out vanished. Rules. CC or the regular? Do go or what? What was the we pair was testimony from Richard Dhaka's, Richard? There's the trial about college basketball air quotes corruption. And he says Richardson is saying that Shawn Miller the head coach at Zona was paying the Andrea and avoid picking the draft last year. Ten grand a month. That's not enough. And my reaction was something similar to that. Which was just short of. That's not enough to who the hell cares. Shawn Miller got what he wanted de'andre eight and got what he wanted university of Arizona got what they wanted. There's no victim in this. And yet somehow this is an outrage to somebody somewhere, I wonder, and it's crazy because they have nothing else better to do it. Somebody sounds like to me it's political season and trying to get voted in for something or they just like you said have nothing else to do. But I wonder if a student athlete, and I need to check this out Raji need to figure this out. Call ENC to air or something. Student athlete could take out a loan at any level that a Bank deems to give him Kenny student athlete. Take out on used to say, I'm like Eddie Murphy did in in Saturday night. Sure. Yeah. Come take it all I know that they can get insurance policy. You can't. But can't can I walk into as as a student athlete. Can I walk into to Wells Fargo, it Wells Fargo look at me, and I fill out the paperwork, and I say I'm looking for loan. Let me see if I got this, right? Because I think we're any institutions we had we had for money for my son right to go to school. Yes. Okay. But he he has to be the one on the loan. But I have to cosign for it. Right. So maybe if you have a cosigner, you can do or are you asking can he can de'andre eight and use this as an example, can he go into Bank of American say loan me a million dollars and because my hoes draft hand trafficking. Clearly, but my future earnings here. Here's everything about me. But not gonna make it. Let's not even have that conversation of. Here's my future earnings. That's not even do that. I'm saying go to a private lender. Go to a what do you call it the hard money loan lending people walk in and say I want to hundred. Thousand dollars in guy says sure it's a loan, and it's going to cost you X amount of percentage. For. Why wouldn't they? Okay. I'm just trying to figure out a loophole for these kids to get they money. Yes. So we'd have to sign for the loan. Someone have to be on the what what? But what if they don't need signed for because the people that supposed us I for first of all in these situations, mostly African American urban city, do so you would think that the numbers that we looking at. They don't have the necessary credit to back it up. Right. I do us. We walk out. We're not going to be able to help you. You're gonna need. I've never been a banker. But I generally speaking. Interesting proposition, if they can just go ahead like Zion, Williamson noise, he's gonna be one and done anyway to sunny five eighty thousand dollar loan so he can flaws off. And then when he gives his real money just pay the loan back. But the does bring up the issue, of course, of which Bank is it are you making sure the banks doesn't have board members who may have tied to your alumni. I mean, there's they're definitely going to be ways in which NCWA can say, this is opened up a potential in violation, and you shouldn't do this yada, yada, yada, yada. I just think the number one thing key and Travis is the fact that it's just as un-american to me suggest an adult an eighteen year old man can work in his profession based upon some arbitrary rules, and is encouraged to leave the country in order to work for a while before he can return because essentially, that's what this is eighteen year old adults are told you cannot you. Cannot work in your chosen field because we set up these rules, and no other no other failed. Does that work doesn't make any sense? It doesn't make any sense at all the the other part of this that I keep coming back to is. Generally, speaking rules and laws are put in place to protect people to protect us from ourselves to protect us from worst instincts to to to make sure that everybody has a an opportunity and to make sure that someone isn't getting something that is unfair that someone isn't being exploited who who's being exploited. I want this. Of course, you're not. I want them to pay me 'cause I wanna help my family. This has been unexploited me, you're exploiting because you're selling my damn jerseys. And you got me all over the place. And I'm not getting it done. This is my point. There's no one person in this transaction at any point in this chain who's being victimized? Nobody. Gritting is so crazy. I told you this story when I was with l z when we smacked him up at western Michigan in they played SE a couple years ago. And is the first time I had been on the on field sweets and my smacky me's is fourth quarters touchdown of the season. It was hot. Coming down the turnstile in coming down the parasol in and I get down to those little luxury fake boxes on the field. And as I'm walking by them. They're different players. And I walked up on the Keyshawn Johnson. Sweet. I'm like, okay. You idea? No zero idea I was going to someone sweet who invited me to the game. That was at the end. So I had to pass everything else to get to the answer, Marcus Allen. The us. You know? Hey, come in go in. I'm looking on the wall jersey is pitching. Of work. And I'm sitting there saying to myself. Okay. So US's allowed to charge twenty thousand for that box. And they got they sell it all these people as if I'm this is my in they're giving this whole field in luge in that. This is a Keyshawn Johnson. Sweet. I don't get one red cent now one red cent now one, but you selling that as me whether you say, well, we can put any player there. No. You can't pick me pick me, right? No victims doesn't make any sense. Still be yelling. I don't soon. Overran right now. Max Kellerman says that the Lakers are heading into the off season. And they might strike out. We'll tell you next. Fuck you Tocci. Get ready for our show tomorrow morning in the OC L thereto at orange. Wait. How do you get on the list, Chris? So if you go to our Instagram, and you could see our story that we just posted at ESPN, Los Angeles. You'll see a little taste of the new morning show exclusive t shirts, here's how you do that you want to get one of those be one of the first hundred at the L thereto in orange pharmacy know for Friday fiesta via that VIP lists. Now by being the one of the first seven, callers, what's barrage? Eight seven seven seven ten ESPN eight seven seven seventeen SPN be one of the first hundred in the door at the El Torito in Orage tomorrow, theology Orage join us for the Friday fiesta. We got out is for dollar humidor shots. Happy hour started right at six AM, meet of all of us. We can't wait to celebrate with you. And all of it presented by the all new to cut. They platinum a beer for the boldest. And just on me. You don't have to go to work tomorrow. When you leave. Yes. Just cool play hooky. Hey, where were you key said, it was cool. Yeah. I thought I heard Kaycee. It was cool for me. Works for me because you can't walk into work like a bottle. Why not well? So you might as well people feel differently. Oh, you need to get. These people are coming to see us professionals. Hopefully, you don't want them walking into environment. Smelling like a bottle do like open heart surgery. Sure. But but they drink more than anybody. Hopefully, not before they crack your chest special job stressful. Speaking of and I'm not trying to make a joke, but stressful jobs NBA executive report out there. Breaking news, Raj. Dun, Dun, Dun. Danny Ainge suffered a heart attack. He's expected to recover that according to NBC in Boston. The Celtics announced Thursday, the president of basketball outstanding age suffered a mile heart attack, and is expected to recover. He added happen on Tuesday night in Milwaukee manages minute scary. They will eat you up. I mean, you you know, I used to always joke with poor sales. You know took about coaching. Hey, you're gonna come coaching on work with me in front of us know working for you is like working dog years. You're not gonna get me, you know, and that happens because it's a playoff time right now. And he's probably thinking about the draft and he's thinking about trades in the playoffs, and it just a lot. It's a lot. That's why I always been scared of coaching and being in that environment because I just know high a high strung individual hell, I watch the draft the other night. It was nervous all outdoors for everybody. And I wasn't even drafted. I mean, you know, I'm pacing here. Yeah. You know? It's just it's one of those deals. I think they're in lots of different any age was a fiery high strong player, you know in Boston. And you think about the fact that he hasn't really slowed down. No since he got into the league, he talking about what thirty five years of just intense writing I needed now just in always tell people, you know, I tell people all the time. They don't really understand even even what we do in television and radio people think we just come in here in we walk in and everything is a big party all the time. It's really not some of this stuff this energy that we have to put out for over four hour period of time is a lot. That's why the end of the day. It's like twelve thirty minute. When we go rises just it's a lot. You gotta think you got to keep people from turning the Dow you got in his that is a lot. You gotta be on. All the time performing all the time. So I certainly. Could I feel for any age in hopefully gets a speedy recovery? And he's back on the bitch with the team in the next couple of days and everything is hunky. Dory thing about did Danny specifically and again, he just use the had a heart attack on Tuesday. Mild one thank leasing expected to recover. Those are twenty four seven jobs those twenty four seven like even as a player, and obviously physically your body is going through something different as a player, but player I got practice. I got film. I got the games, and I can plug for a minute or two and kind of just get right? And think about something I'll go to a movie watch TV, what whatever it is that you do to relax as an executive for these things you're living and breathing at twenty four seven what about this guy talked to this age? And I gotta worry about this team. Is this guy healthy is this guy gonna trade this guy a trade that guy my owner? Happy might have to fire my coach, Mike NAFTA fire. It's there's never a time. We go. That's because of culturally, you know, in this country with our culture, we don't value working smarter. We value working hard. So even if you are doing extremely well. And you get everything done you having success. If people look at you, and it doesn't appear you know, to to keys point if it doesn't appear as if you're working hard. We don't think you are right because you're working smarter. Well, the culture of the NFL is if you're not sleeping in your office three hundred a week. You're not doing total BS. It's ridiculous. So max Kellerman on I take saying the Lakers are going into this off season. And well, they may strike out. Here's max the Lakers have neither a team president nor coach free. He's about to start. So so how exactly are they gonna get free agents? Plus when you look at the likely free agents who would want to be a Laker. And who the Lakers would also want that guy's going to be available. It looks like next year. Anthony Davis, that's who the Lakers should target and not tie money that will make that more difficult. It to do in someone say like Jimmy Butler because it's an expedient fix, right? The Knicks on the other hand. Well, I'll leave them to you. But we know that if and when they strike out on the type a guys they will overspend for the type b guys so Mexico the Lakers might strike out this off season, and unfortunately, hopefully, he's wrong. But I don't think that he is it just feels like that the planets aren't aligned for it felt like the planets were relatively align. Last year for the Lakers to Paul George and LeBron James they got one of the two and because it felt like it was trending in this direction. And all of a sudden, you know, at least half of it clicked in the spots. This doesn't feel like a real. It doesn't feel like it's going to click this summer. Those look who's on television do him like that. I can't with that. I'm moving on. Now, they had a little pitcher rupaul. It was guessing guests it was just in a pitcher guest was recall. Who's the fool knows a pitcher? How's the guest repose guest? Oh, I didn't see it. It was a spending cut out. Roots hall. The dude was holding a cutout of Paul drag. Okay. Recognize the guy report. Recall anyway. It wasn't about rupaul. And it was. Is like nineteen people office. That's what I'm saying fan. I thought oh. Because they always the music and stuff like that. Because Chris hold up. You didn't have you told me what about time? He told me I should come in drag your own coming drag because. Trek one rupaul, why should key come and drag as rupaul everyone should do drag once in their life? He's right. He's right. Does it count for Halloween? When I was a kid. I've done it. A couple of times deal. Once I'm good bring a picture in picture. Fiction is away is. Addressing drag. What you say? I didn't know as a kid in Halloween just drag. I just figured I was just in the woman. I was funny. You worry. What does a French-made sweet tea's? I I don't fish nets. As a French-made, y'all knees the knees fold over he's a rough part time. For these Rollo have cold pans on the I did it for Halloween once as cheerleader and wanna have my locks and long von shaved and shave all my hair off lipstick liner. I was looking I was at a party at a club. And it was late at night in his do kept talking to me and. Wanted to lead them more. I didn't say I didn't talk because my voice is still deep. So you like I got to five attractive. I got I got two free drinks. And I wonder Halloween put his hand on your knee. No. I it's not there's other. I don't know at first is nothing wrong with the twenty four thirty. Let's. This move on fish nets. To look good little inner back in the day going on his knees. The raiders we might need to turn to an old friend fix things this season, take it or shake it next. Happy birthday. Rico? Yeah. Twenty eight years old. Music. The our baby. Thome tongue. Ruko? This. Walk up to meet never mind. You can't do that. No. I had somebody walk up to me yesterday when I was solely Luna getting some to go. Oh, yeah. In talking about Raj and Chris in their whole, you know deal deal. Backdrop, you know. Oh, they're always this. But something else they said are they always with an h every single morning. So you can fill in the blanks. I'm like guy, I guess age. Yeah. He knows. He's smart smart in the morning, or you guys always is some more words in there. And let's it happy. Happy happy was that soil over there would one else. Yeah. It was happy hour issue because Friday nights there. Yeah. Who's happy Cougars are just Roman there. Chris. Knowledge of where to be across the entire from the valley to Orange County to downtown to the west side. Like, you've got a pretty I connected. The show was our knowledge of Los Angeles up here. But you guys got it wired better night do Roger's gonna post a picture of our Takata Thursdays on the socials at Instagram at Twitter at Raj groups, if you want to go on the VIP Joe last chance use the hash key and the Goethe his Twitter in so right now. Yeah. No. I didn't know Travis had a future in film. You do well with that can opened up. I wish I were a skilled actor. I'm not I didn't know that. My my fellow co host was sabotaging me by shaking the Takada before handing it to shake. Time for Keyshawn take it take it. With the raiders there's a report the NFL network is reporting that marshawn Lynch would be willing to return to the raiders team wanted him. He played just six games rushed for three hundred seventy six yards and three touchdowns. He went on I r late October after a groin injury, take it or shake it marshawn coming back to the NFL. I would take take taking. I would I would certainly not taking with chest out though. No, I was taking strong look more. I think when he was healthy. He did a pretty good job back there in the backfield. You're not asking for him to be a two thousand yard runner. He may have enough to just be a rotation guy. Give you a little bit of breather here near from Jacob's. Teach. Jacob something a veteran guy. So I don't I don't mind it at all. If you just took Jacobs though with the first round pick. Why is he not your guy? I mean, let's just roll him. He's our first round draft pick. He's a good football player. He marshawn Lynch is a really good player. But he's thirty three years old and only got through a quarter of the season land for the veteran minimum guy like that. Who's who's a veteran in the room could teach him how to become marshawn Lynch you mentioned? He's a rookie. You're talking about Jacob's, obviously when you have a rookie quarterback. We all know what that means that there's mistake. Cigna made interceptions are going to be thrown. It happens is that the same for rookie running back there that incredible learning curve as. As a as a back as opposed to being a quarterback. Yeah. No, it's no. I mean, everybody has a learning curve at every single position believe it or not I believe in the kickers have a learning curve because of the stadium and the win they need to kick from all of those sorts of things. No, no position is more valuable than the other NFL. Even if you try to put the quarterback in that spot the quarterback is no more valuable than the third tied in because he needs it third. Tiny would you may? He may you may say, oh, no, no, no. Because the store quarterbacks are gonna get his way. But he needs the guys he needs those other guys. He's more portent for the simple fact that every touches the ball and. Yeah, Henry Horton. But the way that I look at it off fifty three people on my team is valuable they'll stay wouldn't be on the roster all fifty three or portent off fifty three kids. And then one guy like bear burger. Would you rather have marshawn Lynch Doug Martin is your option? Probably will prefer to have them. Both. Assign them both Doug Martins and other option role Toler Tores achilles. All right. What's roster? All right, next one. Jerry Jones says that there is no reason the Cowboys shouldn't be better than they were a year ago. Is that a shot at Jason Garrett take it or shake it? I take it. I think it is. I think it is a message being sent to j Sagir Jesse geared. Is hasn't got an extension at all. I believe this is his last year on his contract in. So he's coaching for his job for job. Here's the quote. And this is if you're Jason Garrett, and you hear this. This is one of those gulp moments. Everything we we were about was improving from where we were this year. There is no reason there is no tangible reason we shouldn't be expected to be better than we were last year. That means the players are right. Everything is in spot the draft is right free agency is right go. Well, I mean last year you were trying to adjust without Jason Witten last year you were trying to deal with injuries last year, you were dealing with the whole multitude of things no Dez Bryant. And then you bring in Amari. And so now you have a training camp. You get Jason Witten back to get a QB with one more year of experience. So yeah, Jason Garrett. Don't screw this up. Because if we're if we're not winning these ten eleven twelve. Games that season. Then is got to be you. And I'm now willing to say that he will. Next go to the NBA game three Eastern Conference semifinals, the seventy Sixers and the raptors do the Phillies the Phillies the seventy Sixers up on their home, shake it, take it. I think they. Whenever you at home in the crowds behind you to some electric bears energy, and they wanna show this crowd that they below at the top of the seed in the east you think so that's what they wanna show see of Embi shows up and shows up in Vida Simmons's is hit miss. I mean when he's right. He's right. But the way that they are able to James you'll be okay. I think it's actually opposite. I think seven shows up. I think Embiid comes and goes there are moments. Mention bead is engaged and he's down in blocks. And he's dominating. And then there are moments when she's out three point line shooting lesson thirty percent and flopping all over the place. So I think Ben Simmons. It's always engage is sometimes a game plan a half or him affective. But that doesn't mean he's not trying to be assertive. Let's go back to the NFL for a second. Joe thighs -ment has given the okay to Wayne Haskins to wear number seven for the Redskins. The number is not officially retired. But nobody has worn it since thighs Mun take it or shake Dwayne Haskins wear number seven, shake it. Shake the Joe ties. His permission from Joe ties -ment joke. Yeah. But just buys you act. Like joke is paid Manny. It was three different quarterbacks Super Bowls under Joe Gibbs back to back to back one more number seven relevant ripping the first black quarterback and Doug Williams. Yeah. Let's are coming to ask the where twelve Dwayne has one where seven no, I've just, but but Joe thighs whatever getting I'm feeling like there's a Joe seismic story that you're holding out on. Get there too though. I mean, I know athletes have a lot of different superstitions. You would think that'd be the last number. I want given how he went out. It wasn't a good ending a good any. So I'd be like. Have you guys? Go get him. Don't get duct Pataudi of the way that went down. Yeah. That was Russia. It's still was at thirty years ago. And we still talk about whenever somebody has a gruesome injury. It was like Joe theismann. That's the how would you like to be him? And you want to vote and everything but everybody remembers broken commie, John when like two hundred fifty games in the major leagues, and he's known for surgery person. He's he's a pitcher. Exactly. All right one professional league needs help from another professional league. And well the wrong, we'll tell you who and what they want next happy birthday. Dwayne Johnson today. That is someone who has made good. Yeah. Understatement. Right. No. I mean. Miami football too for many many years the highest grossing actor in Hollywood is not still I don't know of semi will surpass them this year because of any game an iron man while it was like he's done basically, all the MC us. So those are many many multibillion dollar films but on a annual basis. I don't know if if the rock because he had those fasten Fisher, I don't know if this year he's going to be able to surpass semi whale. Not because then you got captain marvel and in game and both those already made a million dollars each. Not a bad year. You know, more snakes on a plane. Black snake black snake moan to you're still moment. The rest. Resurrection. Happy birthday. You know, what about the rock Dwayne Johnson to thing that is he's got a unique ability to appeal to everybody women, obviously love him men are they, but it it's just one of those things I sometimes there's there's there's actors and actresses that men will love and women. I hate that guy. Vice versa. Women find incredibly appealing and guys. Like, I know time for that at all, right? This guy hits both of them. No, no reason why he's so appealing. He not a rockstar to share with you, my friend. He was doing a junket for believe in second film. Yeah. It was the second movie ever, which was the scorpion. Or no kinda mummy to something like that. And I remember talking to him, and blah, blah, blah comes the third film, which is the rundown was Sean, Scott, William, Sean, William Scott. Okay. Wherever that combination the guy stiffler stiffler. Exactly. Yeah. So I asked the rock I was like what was it about this script that? Track to you. And remember he had done the mummy in the money to before that do look to be says, well, I've already done period of payoffs film. So I wanted to do something more contemporary. And I listen I couldn't tell if he was trolling for what? Oh, no dog if you wanted to strive the mummy appeared film or not. Shakespeare in love. Don't know. That's how this crop the film. I know based time long ago, but I don't know if they call that appear to fail nude hamlet tale, the two cities mummy too. Films. Walk mummy too. That's pretty. All right. I'm just gonna I'm gonna read this. And I'm gonna let you have at it. Okay. Ready? But isn't it? Good. Players announce a boycott of professional women's Hockey League. According to ESPN, Emily Kaplan, more than two hundred women's hockey players have announced that they will not be playing in professional league next season. With sources saying the players hope to apply pressure on the National Hockey League to support a women's league with financial aid and infrastructure or resources, stop laughing rush. Quote, we cannot make sustainable living playing in the current state of the professional game. The statement read the the women's league is the only remaining professional women's Hockey League in North America. After the Canadian league announced it was folding after last season. So they're basically going the NHL and saying make our league solvent. That's where canoes drivers. Because I didn't know they had the league's let me give you this. It is. Well, the. Go ahead. Mr. the yours, Mr. Granderson. Can we talk about the rocket? You guys know? I love women's sports. I know you why do you get to do this one? But I'm also a capital. In America right there supply and demand. I understand that you looking at the NHL and NBA like we weren't what they got jer. But once upon a time, the NBA wasn't very solvent. And it had to go through some rough patches in terms of economy. It didn't get the skip spaces or steps had to grow. That's not a good business plan. In order to get more of your sport, the ideal of shutting it on. Four. First place to me, just aggressor. It's it's a bold booth. It gives you a bulletin on the little grow on ESPN out knows get you any real traction. I just don't know if there's another comp or Hugh can say, hey, I like what you have pay me. Hey, I like that. League you got there. I like that. I'd like you to pay me. That neighbor -nology you had or if I go knock on my neighbor stores got a bigger house than me and say, you know, this nice. I'd like one of these please give me give me money to buy one of these. You know, how they say everything doesn't have something to do with race. Yeah. I don't agree with that. I do believe because of a history of this country and the way they was constructed. Both in terms of the genocide slavery Bill in the economy. You can't escape race. I believe the same thing that comes to gender. You can't have a constitution. That's Larry written with misogyny in it. And then says nothing has to do with gender at this point. With oughta say. Go dog. Yes. Just back the plan that is not going to make your league solvent. Having a budget women playing hockey that nobody was watching. Had them all say what we go play more. And you go to miss us. And you go pay that's not going word who came up with this idea. This. This is like because I'm not gonna eat that. I don't know who you think you're punishing Selena my say from from veep. No. And I'm I'm not trying to be disrespectful because I do believe that they put in a lot of work, and that they take it very seriously. And that they're excellent crappy. It's not the argument. It's just if if put it this way. If you had a Broadway show, and you weren't making as much money as say rents because nobody's showing up Amilton good. Give you something. You don't go. Oh, well, we're not getting paid as much as well. We will perform and I just I just wrote in predict produce Monroe. We. Calvin Coolidge musical pay me. Maybe a Lin Lin Manuel Miranda, give me your money. Why? Because I do a play about presence to what? Taft. Good luck. I don't think that's like man, I got people don't wanna watch sport up here trip. And I was gonna say I challenge you to find a NHL in case it in more breaking news for you guys. Let me hit the button here. Playoff had been underway. I challenge you to find what channel it's on any given night. Oh, you know. I do our with gentle to twenty it's on it's on NBC winner. Okay. When there's two games whereas the other game it can be on USA. It's two forty two under TV. The hockey play. I asked the white person. I didn't bring it up. I brought it up, and I do know that the canes are up three zero in their series. The what the canes are up three zero in their series ks. So her case. The case to number one seeds out for the in the first round for the first time ever, there's your hockey segment for the remaining future. The pit of the day is no that's all the people change in channel. Why we made it short bit of the day next. The bit of the day is driven by foreign Burg, Los Angeles, some the sunset strip. So you know, how you get out until Yoshito liked to swim and everything. So there are a couple of giant sharks that pulled up on the coast to California out in Camarillo as far south as San Diego. I wanna say Santa Monica, Santa Monica. Yup. Yeah. A little bit these sharks at thirty plus footers twenty five basking shorts. They they don't eat people though. No, no the water. Thirty five foot or may not be this size of small bus. No as boss size of a bus. Not the bus. She went on school. Dr. But they don't have Mike off or, hey. Yeah. Very nice. Miss. He's just let they don't eat people. From what Travis tells me, they plankton Cape. And okay, you look like plankton when you're in the ocean. But not blank little little teeny microscopic. They and you go taste like when they get a hold of you too. Girassol get an ocean anything. About size. They're big. But they eat like, a those blue whales, which are the biggest thing on earth ate plankton. They don't even. People. Many calories comes into play quite you wouldn't get in with that thing. No nice. Eating ocean seals lions nothing. Is it a school? They don't they're not in schools. They're individuals individual, but they are long, but they plant, but I mean, there's like a bunch of them, right? No. It wasn't there. There was just one. They're back in California for the first time thirty they thought that they had vacation climate change. 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So they found a Stingray about a year ago that was the size of a car. I believe that. Yeah. But I'm that. Because what you don't see raise that big stingrays irregular sized Stingray across is three or four feet here. You got to go that kick one. If normally four feet is all of a sudden ten it's like, okay. But something that's three inches is expedient. It could be a grow Travis. Yeah. You. These three inches a grower in our show or. Yeah. That was keys headline of the day. You're junkie. All right. Growing seahorse say I'm quite the ride. Deceit or sports the show today. The day. The bit of the bits, man. It's all good. Porn Burg Los Angeles on the sunset strip brings you a bit of the day every morning to wrap up with you. Visit horned burglars. Angeles dot com and Rover above and beyond seahorse chatter. Traffic is going to say, I think part of the genius of key is that I'm still not sure couple hours later whether or not he thinks there are fifteen foots. 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What changes for the Clippers with Ty Lue?

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What changes for the Clippers with Ty Lue?

"Dead, more. Time to listen to yours, truly by going to shell and getting things done at once I fill up with Shell v power plus then save up with the fuel rewards program finally, snack up to save even more at the pump make the most of the stuff you need to make with Shell. Today's opening tip. Wayne weights stumbling upon a marriage proposal walking along the beach here in la she said, yes. Not Dwayne his Boca for but per dwayne Cabbie invited to the wedding ray they gotta pull up. You gotta go right. Got To go you got to love. God. Look this is. The spread the love spread the happiness. Nice by the way to see. Proposal Twenty twenty we need more good things and twenty twenty because the the deficit is really. A Lot. Welcome to the job. I'm Rachel Nichols alongside ESPN senior NBA writer Zach Lowe. He's the guy over there on the end of your screen and Kendrick. Perkins. Is the NBA champion the middle of your screen just in case you confused about who coming up former warrior. Some shade on the bronze name. He reposted museum comparing Brown's finals record to MJ's perk. It's GonNa Shock you. He is not thrilled about this stick around to find out a little bit more about we're talking about I though thanks to yesterday's wold bomb. We now know who will lead the clippers on the sidelines next season tie Lou has agreed to a five year deal with the franchise Lepore spent last. season. As the lead assistant under Doc rivers who is now in Philly and so ty intimately familiar with some of the chemistry issues we saw service throughout the season and postseason and got some additional details of those problems in a report in the apathetic teammates being rubbed the wrong way believing was getting preferential treatment being able to live in San Diego or the Games he took off for load management. So Kendrick. Unquestionably, the best player on that team do you think he was able to be the encore leader of the clippers last season with just sort of the chemistry and the issues in the locker room and do you think that he can be that leader moving forward and she should be? First of all Rachel who is complaining about limit get special treatment look I play fourteen seasons in NBA and I played with a Lotta Hall of fame, and all of them got special treatment is part of being a franchise prayer is part of get paid the big bucks you gotta deal with logo they delivered on the court. That's one thing second of all, they don't have a leader. The clippers do not have a legal limit is not a guy that that speaks out vocally and talks about he just goes out there and perform it does his job and if I'm the Clippers I. Would really really consider trying to get at raise on Rondo they do the leader, they need a voice in that locker room. There's GonNa. Hold guys accountable is so is only so much you could do as coaches staff and as a head coach you need a guy that's GonNa. Hold guys accountable that's. Going to say the right things in the locker room and that's GONNA lose themselves in the team and lead by Example and preached the Gospel Day in and day out and make sure guys don't have a hidden agenda so right now the clippers do not have a leader and that's off problem I I I agree with Perk I. Mean if I do think it's tempting to sort of assume that guys will always be who they are and Kawais quiet and Paul Georgia's and a leader who knows maybe this season maybe the humbling maybe the embarrassment of what happened to be against Denver maybe those guys make changes, they're only twenty nine thirty years old that we shouldn't just assume static personalities but right now perkins right I think as Great Leader as is Bhai example and several players have told me. Wow we couldn't believe the work. This guy puts in day to day just watching him was important for us. Tyler. Who is the closest thing to have to a? Personality now, who's going to galvanize the locker room because you know you're going to get to the playoffs you're gonNA get punched in the face and you're going need someone to have uncomfortable conversations to get people right? They did when they got punched in the face by they just fell flat on the canvas that never got up. So right now it's tyler but I'm interested to see how those guys may be can grow into it. It's the second year they really barely played together in the first year. So I'm not sort of just going to pigeonhole them what they are now forever well, what do you think of perks assessment that they should go after Rajon Rondo? I think look I think he would help their team playoff. Rondo is clearly a thing, but he's probably more likely to go back to the Lakers and they don't have any cap space to get them. So we'll see what happens but certainly a veteran guy who has the respective client Paul. George. Who is vocal who will talk and film sessions and we'll point out rotations and this and that anybody like that would be useful for sure we talk about like who's the heart and soul of a team? Right? It's not always the best player. Perk is it a little more complicated under team where a guy like? Patrick Beverley is so outspoken and a lot of ways the season before last represented who the clippers were right that feistiness the performance the he put on against the Golden State, warriors in the first round of the playoffs that year, what are the sort of complexities in a locker room, and by the way the clippers are not the only team. We've seen this with your most vocal player, the more sort of feisty and sort of energy player is not your best player. And Look just an love Patrick Beverley and I strongly believe that tenacity that he brings to their team. He gives them swagger but they don't make him a leader because he'd never been to the Promised Land He never won the championship so he don't know what it takes to get there and band leader you have to be able to just you have to how handle everyone differently and I say this all the time just because you're the star player does it make you to lead of their locker room I've been on plenty of locker rooms especially in two thousand and eight with James Posey was our leader. He was the guy that was doing majority of the talking. So you live and you learn and I think Patrick Beverley especially in this past season when he was in the bubble, he learned from his mistakes of walking that fine line of Talkin noise and actually being a real leader and I think he will adjust I love him. But they need a leader Rachel they need a leader in the locker room. Yeah. I agree with you. I I love the way. Pat Beverley. Goes about his business I think maybe not so much on the engaging Damian Lillard again I wouldn't necessarily advise that but I do want him to still be Pat Bev because we are better league in a more fun league with him being who he is Zach there's always questions when an assistant coach takes over for the guy who just got let go we did see tyler make some significant changes to the. When he took over for David Blatt even though he was on staff but it feels different. This time we mean doc rivers really has mentored Tyler through his entire coaching career. So what differences do you think we can expect a really see with Tyler at the helm I doc. Yeah, there's still room for a lot of changes I mean the clippers are still brand new team. They were still learning each other when the season stop last year and I think tie Lou. You know he has a reputation as sort of a guy who gets in people's faces and he held Lebron accountable I think that stuff is overshadowed how smart a tactical coach he is and I think you're gonNA see him experiment more with lineups. That maybe doctor uses much for good or for bad maybe won't work. Maybe some of the will I think they'll shoot more threes I think they'll play smaller more sometimes without a traditional center I. Think you'll experiment with some more kind of adventurous defensive schemes us next season to see what sticks to prepare them to pivot from one scheme to another to another in a playoff series that demands that I think ties are really underrated tactical coach. Not. On this show I would say, Zach, we're always talking about his ex knows perk you and I talk about this all the time. Right I mean it's why frankly I thought that Houston would-be Lucky to get him because they needed some imaginative thinking on the court. What do you expect from the angle from tie in? La. We'll see a lot of people don't realize they discredit him because he he coastal Lebron James but behind the scenes Rachel, this guy's a stud todd lewd on sleep. He's a film watch. He's a student of the game. He holds guys accountable like Zach said, especially in the film room and practices, you don't see too many emotions, Outta Tai Lou during the game because he always lived by the motto of practices off or coaches games offer players, but he's going to hold guys accountable and he also is. Able to relate to guys like this is a team that needed a different voice. No knock on Doc rivers but they needed this young blood and tie Lou. There's going to be able to relate to them on and off the court, and this is why I say this is a players leave. Because if someone if anyone has any doubt that coalisland them, Paul George didn't have a say in this time loop higher there deb during the now because players franchise players have a say a who they know course. Lew Voice his opinion while he was associate head coach coach play a huge part in this higher at Dadfar an ties range of experience who played with WHO's coach whether it ranges from check and Kobe. Tracy McGrady Kevin Garnett. Yourself obviously perk I mean there's so many Lebron we talk about all the time but there are so many different playing styles that he has been able to sort of be part of he's definitely a scribble on the back of a Napkin plays. On, the back of a Napkin guy of seen him do that he loves tinkering so much I've had guys say to me I think is making changes just to make changes because he is so interested in the game and the mechanics of how it works. So I'm always excited when he gets of at the helm of something to see what he does with it. He's GonNa take the clippers out for and we're going to see just how much they got under the hood. Coming up Spencer Dinwiddie from the nets, he's going to be joining us to discuss his recovery from coronavirus and new head coach Steve Nash also his expectations for next season the healthy Kevin durant honor if you heard Katie's coming back are yeah I though it's time for distant replay featuring a ridiculous play by Tyson Chandler in a two thousand preseason game. One left-handed known other one right headed by Chandler. To two left here in the third. Last week mark the Sixth Annual Kpmg Women's PGA Championship at Ronnie Golf Club in Newtown Square Pennsylvania just outside Philadelphia as the first ever partnership between the LPGA tour the PGA of America and KPMG KPMG. Women's PGA championship brought together the Best Lpga players from around the world to compete for one of the most coveted major championships in Gaul competing on championship caliber courses. The Kpmg Women's Pga Championship is elevated the women's game to new heights and puts. The. LPGA players in the national spotlight and the KPMG Women's leadership. Summit held the week of the championship invest in rising women's leaders aspiring to reach the C. Suite by providing fossil content tools and networking opportunities together they serve as catalysts to empower women both on and off the golf course KPMG, continuing its commitment to the next generation of women, leaders and proud sponsor of the Kpmg Women's Pga Championship to learn more visit Kpmg Dot com, Slash Women's leadership. Your. Walk. On By. got. Oh Yeah. The man can score the basketball. We are now joined by Brooklyn Net bov avant man about town tech Genius Spencer Dinwiddie, thank you so much for joining us on behalf of your new APP called Calisi for influence or influencers and athletes. Clearly, I'm neither one of those things because I can't even pronounce it. We got perk with us who is both in Florence earn an athlete however so you can sell him your venture gives us the pitch. Off Man obviously where the crowd a system. You, know we have likeness intellectual property. We come out every time and put our work on the floor and some people are drawn to us. I want to be around in, and it's all about you know whatever special to you involving the fans in. Iraq with you more personally. I like Pat. All right. Well, we'll be watching to see how that does I do WanNa get catch up after your last few months though Spencer because back in July after a second positive coronavirus test, you were forced to sit out the remainder of the season and the playoffs and it was just so notable because first of all you had so clearly wanted to come join your team even after your first positive tests but you mentioned that you were experiencing systems related to the diagnosis. So how has your recovery been? What has it been like for you? Not only healthwise but then washing your team through the bubble. Situation Obviously they were part of history that that's really missed. WanNa be part of. The Way Carb is hitting me was was like a flu, but just kind of for extended period of time. So it was a, it was an interesting experience right now. Obviously, we're months and months removes on on perfectly fine now and back to hoping in shape and don't allow I love to do but you know I it wasn't fortunate. I wasn't able to play. Spencer Zach Lowe, I'm glad to hear you're feeling better the Steve Nash News hit the media like a bomb show of out of nowhere I'm wondering when you is sort of a key player now, a long-term player for the next one you heard St was a candidate for the job and what was your reaction when he got it? I mean I. I wasn't really involving those conversations Obviously I'm thrilled that he is you know his bachelor accurate second a non. Multi time MVP grace point of all time. You know somebody that you can learn a ton from it and benefits and I'm in. He also had a career where he played some of his best basketball late so. Career Arkin Group had that I would love to follow. Parsley I think for our team is great. He has a great relationship with Kadian category, which is extremely important because at guys on our team. But yeah, I wasn't involved in the decision. Surprised everybody. All the pundits they break the news, right? So voters Shans break the. was. Saying I. Love it. I love it, and it's just like US basketball's or are people to hearing on their phone. Spin. So what's up my brother I look I'm a big fan but I have a question would a healthy Katie, a healthy car reaon paper y'all contender team I want to talk about chew or twenty seven stood just scratching the surface, his prime. I'm a big Fan of yours. I believe that you start in this league I I want you to talk about your role going into next season and what you see yourself doing it fitting into into this team with the Brooklyn Nets in which plans off for us contributing on the court. I mean, obviously, we don't know who's going to start the bench as of right now, and that's the Katie Cairo excluded, of course. But really went all this is being formed I view myself we were GONNA take the Golden State motto is the mongering into glued sometimes tim sometimes I get Tennessee's. Scored a little bit more whatever it is. Obviously, we have a Super Annika Point Guard and we also have degrade score of all time. So that's Kinda. How I always you myself when it was being talked about in put together. So you know I would be blessed to have that Rotich. Year in and try to championship. Spencer Zach. Again, there's a lot of questions right now about the clippers who's allowed US voice in the locker room who's going to be their leader I'm curious for you guys. You Know Kareem a lot of the season K. D. missed the whole season. Do you have a sense of WHO's going to be the personality in your locker room who's going to galvanize the team in stressful moment or or is that kind of stuff overrated? You actually need a guy who sort of the vocal guy. Oh I mean sometimes get too hung up all words so I don't know if it's about that necessarily have Steve Nash John Ron main the helmet and they're gonNA use the words. Plenty and they're accomplish basalt players and former NBA guys obviously in their own right and then you know we we have two guys that have won it. Championship performed been there, and then we also have an emotional leader Indiana Jordan. So you know I think the collective if you look at those five like there's enough experience there enough. Basketball Iq enough winning capacity there to to lead the group. Well. That was a very politic and Polish to answer I would spec nothing lasts from you. Spencer I do want to point out that while you're giving Katie. Props is the greatest score of all time. That's still Kareem. Further notice. I'm just going to say that on this show but I appreciate moved. Of Your teammates and I think that's awesome and speaks to kind of the spirit. You guys have a mock. GonNa. Let you off the screen here though without playing America's favorite game. What were you thinking Spencer? Dinwiddie you tell us what was going through your mind during these moments I question what were you thinking when you post your is Tobias Harris because you had some serious bounce on this dunk and your teammates really got into to. Play before I got out and so they didn't call man. I don't much but I do have a forty. So I had to kind of pull it out and then also to. Oversee Bait. On your head. On the. Generally reaction from him. he laughed I mean that's my guy. So. I like it when you throw the Vertigo. Next up I need to know what were you thinking when you purposely missed free throws so Atlanta fans could have free chicken because this was a moment of dedication to. Spencer Chick-fil-a that promotion visiting player misses two free throws in a row in the fourth quarter everyone gets chick-fil-a. What made you so charitable that night Went in house in a good mood and there was a like whatever. I'll probably intended to never miss shop logs mandatory. This is love and and generosity of spirit really to the opposing opposing fans, and I think that cannot be overlooked and that maybe when you next go to Atlanta they should just hold up signs of chickens and out of respect for you and I'm just saying I'm just saying last one I want to know what were you thinking when you launched this shot with fourteen seconds left on the shot clock a great shooter. So what were you thinking when the shot left your hand here? Code. I'd. Love. To turn to allow. Turn into. Look at it to decorate watch. Your shoot, and now you're at a la. De Jerry. Miscommunication. That's all. I believe it. I'm just saying that you know on your career highlight reel the chicken will be on their the chicken will definitely be on there that may not be expensive. Thank you so much for joining us. Good luck with galaxy. Please come back soon we always love hanging out and talking to you. You've got a lot of excitement coming on that team next season we can't wait to watch it unfold. Thank you. Up next guys, we're going to discuss which new coach is under more pressure next season Doc rivers with the seventy sixers or tie with the clippers. Think of your answer. Keep it locked to find out what Zach Burke thing. Broad the high slot the lows even kill stand a moment. What's left right now When the win Got Gotta be better and six and the series. Goes to the once again laser. To win himself. John Rondo our show. This game as completely got away from Miami. This storm twenty, twenty NBA championship. To The Los, Angeles Lakers authorization what they respect Laker nation with respect My Damn respect to. Welcome back to the jump I'm Rachel Nichols still here with Kendrick Perkins, Zach Lowe. We just saw recap of Lebron and the Lakers winning the title, but Lebron apparently already moving on from his fourth title because earlier this week he posted himself watching the last dance with the caption back at it doing my homework. Now, all he's learning from Michael Jordan. Apparently busy comparing them to each other because former warriors forward most bates, posting a Neem with Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan that included this text back. Then we used to celebrate three Pete's now kids are out here celebrating four titles in ten tries and calling it greatness. Now, when Speights posted it, he wrote just the Messenger on top which I mean Mo- you know how much I like you so as a media advisor I, would say either backup what? You're posting or don't post it. That is number one and number two that me implies that Lebron got his finals appearances out of a cereal box or something, and then just didn't do enough with them for a decade a decade. This man has been in the final every year but the one he got hurt and if you are still out there pretending that is not an accomplishment in itself that says more about you than it does about Mj four Lebron. I should note the tweet is no longer I'm most page but do you think him posting this in the first place? Is Faira fell. Foul A. Right everyone is entitled today own opinion. But if you're going to post some like you said, razor stand behind the don't say just a message of because it's coming from your pay. Sending is this coming from you? So you know back in the old school days my grandpa and grandma used to say don't though stonewalls and High Johann exactly what he was doing with their post, own up to stand behind your guns because thirty minutes later he made his account private when the Lebron fans got on them and then he started back pillar it's okay if you want. To speak behind speak something, stand behind it. But to another point that you were saying look, I understand how championships appraised and they should be but this is a team sport. This is not like boxing and this is not like tennis. This is not like golf with championships defied all of your legacy. This is a team sport, and is sometimes is a mixture of everything individual His team after late everything Leblanc went to the finals over fifty eight percent of his career. He's been in the final. That's a compass mid in itself. But I mean this is saying and we're not gonNA take away from this. So at the end of the day, it was filed in the reason I say it was how because you know I feel like this writer and Zach some everyone loves fruit some people. Love to eat bananas some people love, The apple, some people love the great at the end of the day. They're all great and they're all good for you. So just is your preference but if you're going to tweet something stab behind, you don't just say just the Messenger I might as well start tweet like this. You also write to you sir, starts tweet like that. I'm just the message lawsuit the message from moment. That was that was a lot of fruit in. or a lot of different kinds of fruits got involved there. Look Mo Speights I I love watching play I love a good more bucket streak. I just don't attend straight finals straight finals. A bunch of them were against the warriors including when they had Duran they were unbeatable like it's Kinda unassailable can just point one thing out I point one thing I very gently very politely is whenever the Media Has Lebron about the Jordan stuff he kind of who is this as? You guys I'll leave that to you guys and then right after he wins the championship instagram's absolved blocking the last dance like what what are we doing here? Why are we pretending like? The media, the media that talks about let me just post else about MJ on social. Media, Zach, what do you think he when he says I'm doing my homework. Basketball X. NO breakdowns in the last dance. It is not Kobe. Bryant's details. So what was the was he talking about how I should run things and what could be one of my last season's talking about how to Craft Back Geneva Jr over ten documentary was the homework. I got two things. Number one I hope the Lakers next season don't have the equivalent of Scotty. Burrell I wonder if lebrons trying to sharpen his trash-talk if he's got one team already picked number two, maybe he knows maybe he realizes. Jordan. Just looks cooler smoking a cigar that he does and he's trying to pick up. For the next time. No look. Over said, but Jordan with the Cigar and the Baseball Bat. I. Yeah. Tips for him. Oh. Boy. Well, I can win a title means never having to say you're sorry and you can watch anything you want on TV. All right. We spoke about the clippers at the top of the show but let's talk about the two guys that were together on the bench. Last Season Tyler and Doc rivers while DOC has moved down to Philly ty taking over for him in La that which coach do you think is under more pressure this next coming season tie with the clippers or doc in Philly I think it's clearly Lewis declared clippers. It's not so much like anyone's job is at stake right? These guys are first year coaches, long-term deals, tons of money like they're finding their way but I think the expectations for the sixers should probably be resettled lower after what is asterisk end of the season they had this year whereas expectation for the clippers are. Still enormous and as of right now, we'll see what happens to some of that's up right now, both of their stars can be free agents after next season almost the opposite is true in Philly and beaten Simmons or locked up long-term. So there's just so much riding on next year for the clippers that it just has to be tied Lou by default. Look I'm which Zach the. Laredo, you know how been lobbying for Tyler yes the job and I'm happy that he got it. But the pressures on him in the Los Angeles Clippers for a lot of reasons one is championship of bus. It's no more excuses for them to death in the same town as the Los Angeles. Lakers and we all know how they rob reas. Especially right now, all the doors talking you see going back and forth on the Internet all the. That, are going back and forth, and then on top of that, you don't let's not forget that Tai Lue Turn Down The Los Angeles Lakers job last year because he didn't get enough years in enough money and then took a lesser role with the clippers. Now, all of a sudden he's the clippers head coach right across town from the rivalry, the Los Angeles Lakers and his championship of busted. There's no other way around ninety across town down the hallway I mean it's right there in front of his face in front of everyone's face like I do want to ask you a little bit more about the fully job I. I agree with you that the expectations are higher in La but the task in some ways in Philadelphia is a little bit harder with the personnel that they have their right. Now, I just been shedding shooters over the past few seasons and we've seen the effect on Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons trying to play together and the numbers I. Mean You know you're much more versed in this than I do about how much flexibility they have and tradeable parts over the next season in over what they can do in this off season how much pressure is there undocked to make the pieces that he has in front of them work. It's one of the hardest and most interesting tasks in the league. Frankly offense year was Simmons and embiid was not very good. It was better when Al Horford was coming off the bench and I think that's the name we're going to hear a lot in trade rumors. Can they somehow the? Get pieces that fit around them better. But it's GONNA be tough to move. Yeah. I mean, that's the thing is that they're locked into that deal what they already gave up for. Tobias Harris. It is interesting. They definitely need to make some tinkering and changes on the roster I. Don't know how much they're going to be able to, and I think that the problem that presents for Doc rivers is it significant and I'm interested to see what he does with it because we know he's very good. All right. Here's what the recommends today. Hey. Look Zach Lowe He. wrote a piece on how former rockets general manager. Darryl. Maury challenged the NBA norms with his approach office. It is still weird to say former GM darrow Moran might used to that yet but check out the piece because in the next segment, we will be discussing more legacy with the rockets. We're giving you all the answers in advance at the test jump will be right back. Tomorrow, the eleventh ranked aggies earned Starkville to take on MRS BE. States air. Raid. Offense. Four o'clock eastern on ESPN and the APP. We have a lightweight unification bout tomorrow night a twelve round main to bed in. Las Vegas. Our coverage begins ten o'clock eastern on ESPN deported and the APP as well and available now on ESPN DOT com. Zach Lowe was excellent piece on the Impact Daryl. Maury had on the NBA large the way he challenged norms more took over as rockets GM in two thousand seven, and since then was a leader for change that has created a large part of what the NBA is today. So Zach what would you say is more his legacy with the rockets. Number one the riser that three pointer as the dominant shot in the NBA. He's one of the three or four people most responsible for that like it or heat it. That's odd legacy for the rockets. James Harden. Straight to acquire all the draft picks it took to make that trade without tanking because he had a mandate to not tank. When our intrigues me McGrady started breaking down, it would be the crowning achievement for a lot. Of general managers, it's an all time great trade, and then what you get James, Harden it doesn't matter if the warriors can Kevin Durant it doesn't matter if they seem unbeatable you go all in to try to win. You're not afraid. You don't wait them out and he's he used every resource that is disposal to try to make the best team. He could during James Harden's prime and in two thousand, eighteen, they got damn close. Agree Lou I. Live Down here in Houston and Daryl Morey gave the Houston Rockets and the city of Houston life like when he made did trae for James Harden all of a sudden a couple of years. Later they were contenders. They weren't even talked about. So I'm looking at more than my opinion. He said the ball for a lot of GM's because he was aggressive. He was fearless. He wanted to win and he was in the moment and I. Love how aggressive he was and traits to try to make it happen when you look at his resume especially over the last five or six years about four of those teams that they lost to all of them went on the win the title. So that says to me that he was actually doing something. Right he went to get some pow-wows is in a golden state warriors and then then this year against the Los Angeles Lakers against Lebron James Anthony. Oh I think in the future damn more would get another job. He deserved another job I'm mad that he left the Houston Rockets, organization, because he's a hill of the general manager executive the year in the past and look he is really one of the lead voices and bringing analytics into the NBA and the rise of the integration of that into front offices, and certainly some people think that has gone too far. But there is no doubt that having more information more tools at your disposal makes you a better franchise just A. And the fact that he just really brought about so much creative thinking that spread across the League as well that sports in general as a place where people look to what's been successful in the past it's a bit of a copy. League the NBA and Daryl. Morey. Really spurred the idea i. don't really care what everyone else did. What can we do? What fits our personnel? What's GonNa? Make us the best and I think that that is going to be a big part of his legacy as well. The NBA has been better for having der Maury in it for as long as he's been in it, I love the idea that he wants to take a year off maybe and spend some time with his family and just kind of recharge after what was the longest and. Most difficult basketball season for both him the rockets and possibly the rest of the league. But I do hope that he comes back because again, the NBA is better place when Daryl Morey is around, the rockets are going to have to move forward without him. So I want to look at that as well. Guys three point shooting. So heavy, it has been a distinct brand of basketball you. Can See such a big jump in the rock three point shooting from the two thousand sixteen season twenty seventeen incremental increases. Each subsequent season rockets had four of the five highest three point attempts seasons in NBA history over just the last four seasons perk. Do you think now with the? GM. Gone with the coach gone the rockets style of play is to significantly changed because the personnel still personnel. Right and I think think they're still gonNA play small but consistent focusing on three pointers and get layups. That's GonNa Change, and they're going to have to realize that the mid range is still there is still alive and you need to win the championship and I'm also looking at it that you do need to add in a big man that can protect rim. If you look at all the championship teams throughout the history of the NBA they had rim-protector and I know the white how would love the Houston Rockets? On bad terms. He also lost left the Los Angeles Lakers on bad terms and had the chance to make it up to him and he did just it. If I'm the Houston Rockets I'm looking at the white. House and I'm saying I'm still WANNA I. Might WanNa consider picking them up off season. He's low risk for high reward. He's still one of the most athletic bigs in the game today he still anchor defense and you could get them and I think he will improve that same dramatically Zach. Perkins. been. All Week about. Dwight Howard Zach I was asking perk on Tuesday. I think, does he want to do a whole redemption tour of all of his former teams because it would take a while Do you think that that's a smart pickup for for them or some someone that they should go after? I don't know if James is ready to have dwight back but I agree with Park I think they will get a center. I don't know that they'll get a starting center, but I think they're going to have a rim running shop lacking center in their rotation next year to McMahon from ESPN is mentioned in New Orleans and well as a possible target but stylistically. I still think they're going to play more ball. They're going to shoot a lot of threes or going GONNA ice. Oh. Allot and they've gotten pretty far that way to me the biggest question facing them is not only their defense but offensively James Harden. Has To be a threat when he doesn't have the ball, he can't just pass the ball stand near half. Court. And wait for the possession. Perkins talked about that a lot. They need to be a little bit more dynamic late in games against great great defense as we haven't seen enough of that we haven't seen a lot of great big games like that from James when the chips are down. So next year it the windows getting a little narrower for them, James and restaurant. And older, they don't have a lot of cat flexibility and the West is going to be absolutely loaded next year like the the windows getting a little smaller and when you look beyond that, you start to have years with no picks right or or the picks up or the picks that they've given away. So there's a lot of win now going on in Houston. Also in Houston just really tough news yesterday longtime Houston Rockets Scout bj Johnson died tragically in a bicycle accident at the age of sixty five Johnson had been with the rockets since they're ninety five championship season. The franchise released a statement which reads in part quote Bj was beloved and respected not only throughout the rockets organization but across the League and the basketball world, and that is true Darrow Maury added before I came to the rockets Chris Wallace told me the greatest skeleton the NBA was Jay and I should talk. To him I, I followed his advice and what followed was an amazing fourteen year friendship. He was by my side for every key decision I can't believe he is gone and Jamal Crawford shared. No not be Jay Johnson. He said when I was improving rookie, he helped me get a lot of the confidence that I had a bright future even when I didn't see Jamal wrote he said I wasn't even on his team. He always had some words of encouragement or just kept it real with me. Prayers to his family. His Family Johnson is survived by his wife Claudette, his son Bijon and two stepchildren Michael Mitchell and Sierra. Brown. Claudette summed up her late husband perfectly in the statement to the Houston. Chronicle. Quote Bj was always true to himself. He never met a stranger never he never shut his mouth talk forever everybody was family to him I. It wasn't about the game. It was about loving the game which he did with all his heart he loved the game of basketball loved his job that is beautiful and such a tragic loss. We send out deepest condolences to his family to the rockets organization and all of his friends inside and outside of the game of basketball bj, you will be missed. We'll be right back. It's crunch time here on the job. Happy. Birthday is super. Who Turns Forty today let me remind you that sue just won her fourth WNBA tidal with the storm. quarterback Russell. Wilson wore. Her. Jersey to his game and after throwing a game winning touchdown you said he didn't feel like Michael Jordan you said he felt like sue bird and the clutch burden is wanted to title at every level she has played perk you're thirty five years old right now how does it to play basketball? Let alone win a title right before turning forty Extremely Horse Rachel look like you said, I'm thirty five and I'm sitting right here in front of the camera in my next life in doing my next Koreans here she is still planning A. High level. He's five years older than me. That's gold status right to. Sue is ridiculous. Absolutely. Ridiculous wins everything. It's actually kind of obnoxious how much you went frankly. And she's so nice and she's so smart and she's so funny Oh and she's got into management also working with the Denver Nuggets. So you know it's it's it's just a shame. She hasn't accomplished anything. All right. Let's. Rick Carlisle Amazon Rondo both were on tiktok dancing with their daughters, which was very sweet i. if you could have given me a thousand guesses before I had gotten to wit carlisle dancing on tiktok but but I don't know maybe this means they're finally on the same page. What do you think? I'm disappointed in Rick Carlisle TIKTOK. Rick. Carlisle. Is headquartered. Know, we all have to be on. If your daughter. Wants to spend time with her doing something fun. You would do exact long. Drawn lines in the low health not. Look Tell You I. I will play I will pay big money to see. Zach. Dance. I will pay big money to see that that. Two Year battle against snapchat and Instagram, and he lost that battle I would like to warn I one. I'm sorry. Are you are you not on instagram now Zach and by the way that Khazanah Instagram, which isn't talk about that much but you can find him on their take a look tic TAC is coming for opposing never posted. Things media. The Denver Nuggets official team twitter accounts sent out this graphic today asking loose fans favorite. All Time player for the franchise was guess who's not in in the post that would be Carmelo Anthony the third leading scorer in franchise history per how do you explain leaving mellow off here. You can explain is is unexcusable and whoever's running that account is wrong for the. Some wonderful years to Denver Nuggets Franchise, and they gotta show a little bit more respect than what they do when it comes down to Camillo Camello Anthony. And he was the leading score and probably best player on the team. The last time they made the conference finals before this year. I guess there's still some resentment in the organization about him demanding a trade and basically picking his destination even though they came out pretty darn well in that traits. Strange can you say they did well in the trade it was a very long time ago several teams ago you just made it to the western. conference. Finals I just I don't I don't think the petty looks good and I I normally like some petty I really do but this this come on I think. I think he can do better Denver Nuggets. I believe in you I believe you can be better about this and and you got to include mellow when you're talking about you know good players the team is ad I'm just saying before we go I want to acknowledge a member of our staff who is leaving us, which is very hard for me and everyone else here because he is incredible. Tucker Tocci T. is recall him has been with our staff since the jump started in two twenty sixteen he's moving on to work for granted studios which company founded by of course, the late. Great Kobe. Bryant as a lifelong Lakers fan. Tucker. Yet, another of his dreams by getting to uphold the legacy of one of his favorite players and I want to take you back a look at some of Tucker's best moments on the jump over the years. leaving. Happy for him. Our producer Tucker is on the scene where there are Lakers fans protested outside the building today. Away Birds Rachel look. We're here live down the credit cost staple center you could see. Actually. Real thing. They've got up. As you can see the tension almost palpable. Way. To. Go. Got To. Start. They're mad. They're angry they got under six clipper failure son's. Attacker mind. Give it give it up. So Kawai Leonard has been giving out. Center on. Target Josh Espn. Oh although I will say they're mad they've got. Is Really, I her come on out here. Out. Here. They're mad. They've got thunder sticks the report of all time. Tiger congratulations. Thank you so much. Thank you. Really really appreciate all of the work you've done here. I can't fake news like not even close. As your favorite moment from from your jump tenure for sure going on the road to the finals with you guys. Did an incredible job so much fun wanted to thank you for being such an awesome boss and working on my favorite show. It's been incredible and your hearts worker I've ever met. So incredible that's been a blast but you everybody's control room everyone at home It's been a and I'm GonNa Miss. You guys all very much. That's incredibly kind we will. Also. Happy early. Birthday. This weekend I appreciate that decker you're still producing. Never solved smoker producing. It's amazing. You guys out there. Always hear me shouting out our producers naming them because we literally could not do anything without you guys I do not know how we're going to move forward without you Tucker Wright, Perk Rights Act. A beautiful moment for the job right. This is. What they make tiger for everything, I wanNA, shout out by the way NBA grow on the ringer is ending. Them. Bution to our? Mba Universe. We will miss you everyone else will see on Monday.

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Bruce Pearl & Steve Alford

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

53:02 min | 4 years ago

Bruce Pearl & Steve Alford

"At the butter. Sometimes they do. Courtside with Greenberg. Dockage the definitive college basketball podcast. The courtside with reversion dockage getting ready to start at the college basketball season mazing, it's here upon us. And we will inform you educate you and her. Most importantly, entertain you swear. As today's podcast. We're gonna have the killer bees to kilby's Brentwood Bel Air s right killer bees UCLA head coach. Steve Alford will be joining us. Beverly Hills Brentwood Bel Air to killer bees. Then we'll go to the planes for Bruce Pearl the defending as he champion head coach, Bruce Pearl. United talk a little bit sleeper teams coach talkable sleeper teams people a little bit under the raider might have emerging teams. And then also we'll talk a little bit about the champions classic in your hometown, where I hope to be up to walk around and see the statue of Dan dockage somewhere because see John wooden, and I hate it. But that's all right. That's. Right to get statue. John wooden right downtown. I don't I hate the statue John wooden. It's an ugly statue in John wooden shouldn't have statue downtown. India should be slick Leonard where it should be Bob Knight. But what are you gonna do? John wouldn't have a statute in front of Pauley pavilion. It does right has a statute Indiana state. Every like everybody's so fooled by John wooden that they all wanna put a statue of them up. A little commentary right there. Cometary right there about back in the day in San Gilbert. A subtle. Yours was not so subtle. And I liked yours better. I like that. Hey, look John wooden UCLA till Sam Gilbert came on and Google you you young people. There you go Google. So to start off the podcast. I guess we're gonna talk about some under the radar teams at first coach. And when you think of underrated teams, we're not talking to bluest of blood. We're talking to you. I would call them emerging teams teams that are merging right now that all of a sudden they might be tradition. Rich programs teams won national championships. I'm gonna give you an emerging keep potentially. Bon jalen's, Mississippi State BULLDOGS Ringnes cow bell, and one of the reason I say that is because Mississippi State Benjamin three years fourth year. If you look at his history the fourth year, he's always been a big turnaround year. He's got terrific back court with a pair of Witherspoon Quinn. Gary Nick, Weatherspoon Amar Peters got debt of front air Coleman. Really counted can step out shoot the ball can block shots. They're going to be really good defensively. I think this this'll be stay teams chance to be really good. I'm gonna give me one that has a rich tradition. My school Indiana Indian did make term last year Indiana, start out by losing PF w ended the season by losing it. Rutgers. But I think that Indiana who is now I saw a couple of things like third, you know, like twenty eight things like that getting votes. I'm gonna tell you right now team's going to be in the top ten at some point this year between Romeo Lang for the freshmen and Jon Morgan who I think is terrific. You're going to have most nights two of the best three players on your team. If your Indiana and two point guards in the big ten to watch out for I think that devante greens going to be terrific for Indiana. He's Danny Green's younger brother kid the plate for San Antonio for those your Seth he can shoot it. He can score the other point guard and this isn't an emerging team. But watch out I think Michigan state's gonna be damned good. I'm not talking about them as an emerging team. I've talking about caches Winston or Nick ward being a player of the year type in the big ten, but I like. Indiana, not getting much pub. I just did my deal on the radio show. And I haven't twenty five and six on the year fifteen and five in the big ten. I won't be surprised if they do that or even do better than that. I think they're they're an emerging team in in in, Sean. Yeah. Not Shawn Miller. Archie Miller second year. I'll give you one. That's a good one Washington. Mike hopkins. Terrific job blaster installed at two three zone and his personnel fit the two three zone, absolutely perfectly. Now, they've got some early tests. They got a game against Auburn which will be terrific basketball game. They've scheduled up, but this is a team extremely long athletic experience. He inherited the perfect roster to play the tooth result. David crystal point guards, a nice player. Dickerson can flat out score it and thankful. Kate is ridiculous in the zone. Mike Hopkins taking that two three zone. On with the F lettuces recruiting to it inherited. Good players the noble caved can really really score. Washington's a team that you when you think about opposite Pacific northwest. You think about exotica, but this is a Washington team right now that could be as good as as any maybe even when Pac twelve championship. I'm on all some until you couple other teams. All right. I'm gonna throw you Marshall now Marcel that card. Yes, that's why they're back court is fantastic chance talk to John Elmore. More this summer at the one of the TBT's. And you know, he has twenty seven against Wichita state. You got C J Burks. There you talking about forty three points night. Seth I don't know if they're emerging. But here's the deal, and you know, this we both coast mid majors. It is so hard in those type of leagues right now to repeat, but I'll take Marshall and I'll take that back court and you can play against dang there. Anybody when you have that kind of beco- it's gonna be fun to watch. I don't I would say they are very well known in their conference, obviously. But I'm not going to be surprised if they're not an emerging type team nationally along with South Dakota state. I saw them into turnament the dominator giving Ohio State everything they want. They've got him back. He might be. I don't know the best player. Nobody knows about in college basketball twenty one eight forty three from the three point line. I'm just telling you. Those two teams. I don't be surprised if you don't see a team that is in the is in the not only tournament, but in the top twenty five over the course of the neither that good that was Kansas state emerging team because for the success they had after using I still think emerging team, and I absolutely love. Barry Brown and d weight. I gained weight who didn't play the term here. He can flat out hoop. You're talking about six nine six ten skilled shoots pass it Brown NBA player. There's no doubt about it. They are a tough hard nosed physical. Absolutely. A lot of ways punk this Kentucky last year. And it's tournament the physicality in the depth e-experienced the athleticism. I like Kansas state. And that you everyone likes the Vada Vada air possible. Get the next big big big big time job, potentially. But he's done it with transfers. He's done it by developing a Gallic, Jordan Carolina, just absolutely rebounds the ball. He's got good guard play. He's got tremendous depth. They got the transfer trae porter from ODU who's a big athletic physical frontcourt players. He signed two thousand American. I mean, this is a team in Nevada that out of the bout west when you think about teams out of that conference you. About UNLV Nevada's become the new UNLV. Who wants strong statement right there? I mean, they're really good. They're not big Tuesday coming up champions classic kicking off with Michigan state and Kansas Kansas preseason, I'm one of the country in most publications. I think they are in AP a new dynamic backward to transfers, but a really count the team in Michigan state team. I got a chance to see practice the other day. And I'll tell you what you are. Right cash. Winston has a presence about him of a guy that can lead a team to national championship. Nick ward. Look terrific with the guy really blue bay. Wait was Aaron Henry the freshman. Just a guy that I look at and say this guy has a chance to be a special player. What are you most looking forward to that matchup sent this funny? The great Andrew dockage was basically hired as the team manager in Indiana Kentucky all star series, which the big deal here. And he came away even Langford was on the India. Anna team. He said, Dan, I'm telling you the best players Aaron Henry Aaron Henry, I'm really looking forward to seeing him. He's back in his hometown. He's a freshman, and you know, what he's at letting I text with Tom Izzo. And he was telling me look that kid is really really good. I love Nick ward. And I love caches Winston. I think those two guys are going to be among the two or three best players three or four best players in the big ten, but now Kansas has size? You mentioned the back Lawson brothers. There's no question. Let me go this route with all of the one and done and we see Kentucky, and we see at at at Duke is Kansas the physically most talented team in the country. Yeah. I think the most Provea team in the country. They have seven guys on their roster that average double figure point out basketball. Right. And he's I mean think about that. And got the player of the year coming over in Lawson, you know, coming over from Memphis. I mean, you've got guys man that hey, I know that we talk about one, and I know that Zayn Williamson's going to be on every highlight. But when you wanna talk about just simply the most talent as you said from one to seven, I don't think anybody's gonna Kansas hands. Now chance to watch Kansas film with them with Michigan state people, and you look backwards can be interesting because they had to security blankets basin into the graph. I mean, those guys were tough physical experience play kind of basketball. This team's different because you got trolley more little transfrom calc double figure scoring getting lane quick score. But he was you know, let's face it. He was a score on a team that wasn't very good team. Right. So every team has lead scoring quick. Is the real deal? He six five dollars all American physically, strong, tough high character can defend I mean, really good. The kid Dotson is is kind of like a compliment to him, and he's super quick and fast gets Wayne all kinds of finishes. And then the kid I think the x factor backward known talks about ever talks about Vic. I think the guy with the greatest substance in their back court is the Garrett kit Marcus Garrett just play for Paul Graham in high school, very good. Former coach at Washington state really good teacher coach hard play kit. So they've got ridiculous depth into backward. And we didn't mention Carol Vic, and they've got versatility in depth and amount masquerading as a man in Doak as bookie I by the way. I mount masquerade is a band. I mean, that's a big deep lineup. And that's what I'm saying. I mean, look we'll see what happens. I think the time is certainly has an experienced team. I mean, you know, when you when you look at it Lang for it's beginning to become a go to guy. All ready mentioned Vicky. What's the shooter kid's name? I can't remember his name Kinan Texas, always make shots from the corner and play blackjack with him his name who's shoot shooter from left hand, equate mcquaid I like mcquaid is a players make shots point. He's completed backup point for good defender. And so I liked her experience. But it'd be very curious to me. If you can play with Kansas early because of the experience and Vic came back, which I read we're Bill self wasn't surprised, but that seemed like a divorce now, he's an experienced guy back. I look for a really good game. But I think it's gonna be hard to be Kansas early. I do Michigan state and get that done in this one. Yeah. This this'll be really interested. And if they were gets fouled trouble. Kenny goings is a nice player, and he's going to be an ice backup. Challenge. Save your Kelman thirty pounds third grade. It's crazy. I mean, he's writing and he's shooting. But I mean, the one thing about as bookie is that he could push in front of the rim. And they do a great job of isolate. Yet the versatility of loss. And really, I think is going to be one of the things that'll be interesting. How they match up at that versatility. I tell you what my man junior. I junior mentioned by the way this year's podcast right onto money because I pay one Henry is I just he's like watching film. He's in a stance. He's alert. He goes to the glass. He's long could be shoots it. I mean, he looks like just a very really ready. Good. Not spoiled by the home. The process was under Pollino guys Kim was going into the summer of senior. I thought they were going to get him talking. They were on a Murli, and then obviously blew up at summer some. But that's gonna be terrific game leaves the pace of the game will be interesting because both teams want to run. Establishing Buki will be interesting. They're gonna probably put him in a ton of ball screens deceive eating covering get back and plays. So that'll be fun to watch. And then the nightcap. Will be because you got Ziya William pseudo, everyone freakish video highlights who really can do some fabulous things are j Barrett. The Jones case the point guard. I think is the key to the Duke team because he plays without a dago. Cam reddish. You really they say could shoot got a great released doesn't make him as much as shoots him. And then the question is how will Duke defenders you because let's face it last year. They didn't defend they didn't defend they went to his own. And they kept in front and try to contest you this team here is fast, and I saw them an exhibition game, and they are good and transition. Yeah. But they're playing against the team that we both saw a lot in Kentucky. And I came away from Kentucky thinking, whoa. This team. Couple of freshmen point guards, cloudy green is in the mix off guard point guard. But look Kentucky to me. Ross Travis is a guy that is going to put up numbers. I don't know that he's going to be as good as maybe people think. But really Travis Travis. I'm sorry. Ross's brother plays football here for the colts. I think he's going. I look I think Kentucky and Duke. These four teams are national title contenders. I would put them maybe in order of Kansas in Kentucky number one, Duke. Maybe number three and then Michigan state number four. But I really wanna see what Kentucky is all about. They run the floor. They get down. On the floor. They shoot the basketball the hero kid Linnet up in in the Bahamas Tyler hero who many thought was going to go to scancen. And now, he's a next Rex Chapman. Or whatever. Whoever the hell you want to compare them to I'm really excited because I think in Tocci as one of those chances to I'm not going to feed it, but man, they're not gonna lose very many. And this thing would do can all the young athletic system's going to be fun. Because you got a veteran guy Travis fifth year guy actually against these freshmen, and I think Kentucky's Hickam advantage here. I tell you what Zion. Williamson is a freak his for his size his bounce talk. He's got a big John Williams guard because you get him out there, totally different. I'm in totally different team. These transition both ways, you know, young teams hardest status floor balance and defense transition and then young teams shot selection of either of those teams take bad shots. The team's gonna get into Vange RJ barrack place above and beyond Duke tries to bully right now defensively again, you know, try to choke off of our so pressure to ball. That sounds good against Virginia union will be able to do that against Kentucky and Kentucky and your guy. The one of the most to most improved country will be Nick rich. It's. I'm interested to see how he plays in a game like this because nukes gonna play Marquis bold in the first five minutes a game. And he's talking to play it. So I mean that'll be done. I think pe- PJ Washington Zion. Williamson matchup will be a match up to watch as well as you know, maybe re Travis. You know to me you got two point guards. It Kentucky Hagans is a ball high. And we saw hangings Justice -rupt any pro that he played against this summer. And then you've got quickly who's kind of what his name as he gets things done fairly quickly gets down the court, and but the other kid, and I know you disagreed with me, but Kelvin Williams to me reminds me of miles bridges. I don't know that he's good. I don't know. He's better. I don't know. I just know that when I watched him he Kentucky has two of everything and you mentioned the kid, and then I think has a chance to be totally different than what he was last year. Seth and that's PJ Washington. Again, we're getting these silly comparisons. But he is not. And you said it and people were dumb enough to argue about it. He is not Draymond green. But he's dream dream on green ask in college basketball, six eight to thirty handles the ball good sense of where to throw a basketball plays with his head up physical. Whenever you need. He does. So I look experienced Kentucky is weird because Nick Richards and PJ Washington early sophomores yet you feel like quantity green on top their experience. Everybody else is a freshman except for re Travis. Yeah. So experience advantage, which is weird goes to Kentucky talent vantage. I dunno. They both got what you need just can be mad at maybe of wind plays players not place is when I learned about the NFL, and I'll say who would ever player decide he gonna make about three or four plays and gets hot. That's who's team's gonna win the game. Because they both got playmakers. I think the whole thing about Kentucky. Go down the stretch is overrated. It's over rated because it's going to be on matchup. They'll have a backtrack to attack the pending on on the opponent they play and they got it depends on the game. I'm like, you know, like you talk about go to guy. Well, how here has got going on? He's going to be a go to guy if if Peter Washington's getting worked on from at the elbow, which he was really good at in the Bahamas. And then you go to handle, you know, eventually they're gonna put retrial on that left block, and he's gonna get to build you jump hook. Eventually they're going to do that. I mean, you know, so I mean, I think that's a little overblown at this stage. You could say that all this team in the country, or if you could say, well, that's definitely the guy who else is he playing with here. Do they have any other? Maybe it's better to have three or four dudes that can go when you game guy was Phil like you coach this particular game when you've got enough talent. All right. So there you go you coach this game who's going? Okay. Let's go to him. I mean, the whole Goto thing is great. But the whole Goto thing is so overrated. I mean, look and then a day. Okay. So you're gonna go to sign Williamson g battle no whoever's going, so I just I'm just looking forward to it. Because I just believe in this year's everything goes, okay with coaches, everybody's able to stay with their team in the FBI doesn't. I think you've got four not only really good teams. But I think you have four really really entertaining teams to start to college basketball season. And that's fun. Yeah. Yeah. It's a great start. It's the next day. You gotta have state Cincinnati. How about that? Yeah. And you know, that that opens a new building Schumacher Santa shoemaker Senate gun, redone. Ohio State coming off an unbelievable year rematch of early six. It's a big game in Ohio. It's a really really big game. I'm glad to play. I'm glad that Chris Holtman and gene Smith the direct and everybody agreed to play. 'cause you know, what a lot of like you guys don't wanna play teams in state never once play MAC team stay done place since they don't wanna play Dayton. All right. But they they made they made a sacrifice I suppose to go down and play Cincinnati. I think it's gonna be a really really cool environment in very cool game. Most important thing for me is I will be flying early in the morning. On Wednesday morning to El Paso to do the armed forces. Classic game with Texas and Arkansas, but I will land in kind to turn the television on and here, your broadcast TV. Jason Bonetti must see and Bonetti. Is that is that Sean McDonough Nettie just depends on what? For those that don't Now, Sean McDonough doesn't even do as good a Sean McDonough Jason Bonetti. I actually had him do at one time during a game for two possessions. And it was it was out of your seat funny. So yeah, I mean the college basketball season, we got the tournaments. We've got ACC big ten challenge. The thing about this early season. People is this put your television onto ESPN. And you you get all freaking day. Jay will Seth Greenberg Qatar or whoever rotates in, and it's all honest to you cannot swing a dead cannon. I'm not sure why you'd wanna swing a cat. But you can't swing a dead cat. Not hit eight television has doesn't have those two clowns on the television. Some believable just giving America what they want. We come back. We'll have my conversation with doors Perla, dad. You would I will sit and commiserate with your guy. Steve Alford because you are the offered whisper, and we will hear about the Bruins in their start of the season and their depth and their lettuces them and having players returned to action. So we come back Bruce Pearl and Steve Alford win cracking the domestic dust bunny. You come to find them hiding under wardrobes next to do. Due to else off what's fascinating about the dust bunny. Is that ov- o- they'll not actually essential creatures when they saves people money, but also has a ninety seven percents customer satisfaction rating. It's obvious to them. You should switch because. Yes. Switching to gyco is a no brainer. No is the only natural predator on his run along. I'd like to welcome in Aubert head coach, Bruce Pearl actually SEC co champion over head coach, Bruce Pearl to the podcast and coach Pearl cook Greenberg. If you put up a coach in banner have you? Have you? Banner. No, we actually want to co-champion chip and conference. You assay was at south Florida, no banner has been seen. Okay. So the bottom line is you don't put up a coat your championship. They're our life. C we going with that. I'm going. I see where you're going. So when we hang into banner, that's what I wanna know. Let's get to that for a great call are. Yup. There. No ceremony. Been there done there last year. If you wanna look at it look up at the at the banner. Let's go it's a new season. So while we're very very proud of the fact that what nineteen sixty nine hundred ninety nine thousand eighteen three times where the SEC championship and regular season. Great. We celebrate it last year. Let's play and talk about let's play and you had a magical season. And you have a number of those players back and healthy every macklemore which up see didn't have at the end of the season your team right now, where are you in terms of where you think you are in terms of level, you're playing in relation to your expectation? Well, relationship expectation stuff would not fair because authorize out four or five weeks resting foot, and he'll be back in about a week. And then doughty turned his ankle and a couple of weeks, and so those are potential starters. So we're not. Out there and where to get it back right about time. See the start. So the good news and bad news is there's a lot of rest on them and the teams worked without him. And so you'd like to have them before the season starts, but we don't and so right now, we're not we want to be. But I do think we could be a really good team. We've got nine ten guys that can really play the character. The effort the attitude has been really good so far to preseason the challenges schedule, so tough we open up with south Alabama. We have Washington, and then we'd go to Maui. Yeah. It's brutal schedule Doughty's transit from VCU. And he's a guy that brings a little cuff. He's a high-energy guy. He's a verbal guy. He's connecting guy. You know, what have you had in practice last year? What's your expectation for it? You know, we keep lots of stats, you know, in one of the stats. We keep is who wins and Samir dowdy whiz. Two to three on three five on five. It just he his team's win. So therefore, he just makes guys better because he's such a willing passer. He's improved his outside. During. Not a great physical defender that good link channels every shot he completes he wants to be coached to he wants to get better. He's really coach evil. Plays with passion. Plays should ship. Buddy shoulder. Anyways. Those are pretty good trade. So you lost to the players Sean Murray and Mustapha Harun you're getting suppliers back. Obviously he mentioned Austin. You're also getting job here for back nine games into the season, our heart is it going to be to kinda kinda get him back in the flow. You play. I games season. You got a tough preseason schedule. You know, you're in Hawaii. You've got university of Washington is preseason top twenty team. And then all of a sudden you've got this piece coming back that got an extra nine games doodle this situation last year how you dealt with that in terms of getting him game ready for your league season. But getting your team ready for the current schedule. Yeah. It's it's been tough in this sense. You gotta give them enough reps to get him ready. But if you give them too many reps, then you stop the gross at the rest of your team because of the injuries he's been forced to actually be out there a little bit more than what I would have normally. The out there. So I guess in some ways, you know, it's been a blessing that those guys are out. So we got to play. Now. Once the season starts like he'll play an exhibition game tomorrow night. And then he's got a Sifford games. And hate the fact that in addition to having had to sit out all year, he gets additional nine early. But that's what was found and determined just wish he got a little bit more credit for cooperating, but we made mistakes. And so we're we're glad that is eligible restored. And you go to injury, you know, next man up we'll play with them. And then we goes back. We'll play with them now Makomo or he missed the end of the season. I watching you guys when I was up there the other day, he seems like a really important part of what you're doing because of his Billy to protect his quickness -bility have boss ridge and get back into play having him back. Back. What does that do for those two guards? What does that do for your team? So let's go five out have always been a four out guy. But now when you got to empty out there when can be out, and you know, it just you put five shooters out there. It's hard whatever you right. It's hard to guard spreads the floor. He's got good three point shooter. He's worked at a shot fake. Get to the rim a little bit. Like, you said he gets in and out of both offense and defense is so explosively real real dimension. He's he's probably ninety five percent physically back. He's probably seventy five eighty percent back in the sense for people to watch it. He just listen. He, you know, he had a horrific, you know, coastal and leg injury with eight games ago. Oh, the regular, and it was almost a career ending type of deal, but he healed amazingly great job, and and he's back ahead of schedule. But you know, it is mentally I that thing person things physically he's gonna hold back on early in the season. You're back court under recruited play with a chip on their shoulder. The regular. But Brown and hopper are an absolute load. I was he saw something in those two guys that maybe other people didn't see they are good. Yeah. How much better do you think they are? Then you thought they'd be or did you think they were this good and how good are they in relation that? You've had good backwards. And yeah backwards. You had you know, what's that coaches? Get way too much credit for developing players kids develop they they make sacrifices. They live in gym. They change their body. They have disciplined life. They wanna be coast and develop and. Those are and yeah, they were under recruiting because size. And you know, I have to play in the SEC you had to play in the ACC. Richard attack different comes at always get. How is that? You have never coach one. All right. All right. That was the one in my career. And you know, it it's so, but these kids even other under the hungry and and. Yeah. Harper and Brown or good spread it shoot. It the fastest offend. They know the game a little bit. And again, you know, what would last they both tested at one. The Atlanta Hawks worked them out, which is great because they're both of Atlanta, and they will but twenty nine other teams past and I'm watching it be a basketball right now. And I watched it a little guys get back into the game. And I'd like their chances the next year. Those guys are that both pros even other school. And and so, yeah, we look good back court. She has to win some games when you look at your league, maybe the best it's ever been. You're gonna league prior. You're in it again. Which changed in the SEC? I think arguably best it's ever been, you know, spend time with Santa on on Monday. That's always so much fun. Because he's always such a smile on his face is so pleasant. Sunny sunny to semi. Guys, both agree that this might be the best it's ever been. What saying I was Mike's live Greg sake air Commissioner. Said look. It just means more. We are good at everything. We're the best conference in the country. Inept, lex. We are baseball softball soccer football swimming goal. But in men's basket when basketball men's basketball, you know, the the big east run different times, not the SEC. Well, I think it's changed because the commitments been made in the league from everyone everyone building new buildings everyone. Hiring successful coaches, and it's just gonna be crazy. And so the teams that wind up winning it could help diversity and understand that that that that that the teams that make look last year. I don't give John Calipari very much credit. He gets enough. Him a lot of credit stuff in this regard. They lost eight games last year in the SEC. They were ten and eight but they win tonight at the end of the year. They won the SEC there a Kansas state law. So wait from being in the elite eight and he didn't let his team quit. He didn't let it let his team give up and they handled adversity. And so for the SEC that's going to be the key. The grind your games games. Baby. In a row. Are you done? That's going to happen in this league. The planes. You think about this time near people thinking about Auburn Alabama football game after owed right now on the planes. How sided is the community alumni the support been in terms of helping you get this thing where it is today. It's the chicken and the theory every new coach has got to walk into a situation. I asked the family to I said, listen, I we cannot do this without you. So if you don't come out support us, what going to do it doesn't matter. What I do our crew we need you part of the solution part of the problem. And from my first year, they came out, and we got you were here you might game. Yeah. Had opening night. And it was a great crowd, and it stayed that way ever since and together what we did was we built it we recruited better, better players, coast them harder, and we wanted together. And so right now, we've got as good a quarterback is in college basketball every season tickets sold you can't buy anymore. The best chance to walk up by ticket to see us play on the road. That's the best chance you got to watch us play. And so it's been it's been a blast. And and and our our students, and and Auburn has really really really caught caught fire for often basketball coach Pearl ESI. The champions year ago, co champions champions were hanging a battle. We don't put co on it. All right preseason top ten with a team that's going to continue to get better. As you get healthy. You have a great season. Enjoy the odor and a trip to Hawaii. I will be watching us from the friendly confines of Bristol, Connecticut. Are are sweating your rear end off, remember like colors and sweat? Don't go out. Just all right. Maybe short look at a t shirt would be a good luck. But as you try to cocker, the Maui invitational. It was four years ago or so separate you, and I were partners in crime at ESPN and the offer came in. And we looked at each other and said, what do you think and and it all wanted to get back into it? I wanted to get back in the NFC because we had some success at Tennessee and to be in a position where the program at least relevant at least, we're we're not holding the league down anymore. It makes me it makes me pretty all. Right. Have a great start to the season. Appreciate better known as the player that then dockage took from a mediocre jump shooter to a national championship. Coach alford. How's life? You survive hanging out with doc each. And now you have Mark Bartels back on your staff. How? Survive a phone calls. Fair was great right now. Unbelievable. So coach you guys get ready to kick it off a little different than last year. We won't get into last year budget. But how different is this team from last year? And what what's your expectation? Well, just you know, very good recruiting class from last year and yet three of them didn't play and I got two of those guys back with another good recruiting class. So the freshman sophomore class years is really talented. We're we're long or big athletic. So those things that good with that the whistle stance on early season injuries here that are never fun to deal with. But I liked this team. I liked the person silly. And I think we'll be able to do some more things defensively that we wanna do because of our links, and then hopefully continue to do what we've been able to do all. Hey, cone, coach Chris Wilkes Chris Wilkes to me coming out of Indiana. He he's been with the tested the NBA waters. He came back. Give me give me an abridged version of what you expect from will. Yeah. I think we just wanna see him continue girl defensively. I think that's his next step to really solidify. What what the do draft wise? And then just beat the prolific score that he is. He is a high level score. He grew up in eat apples said door central. And so he watched the night allies read speller is a former Bruin. It's one of the reasons is the resort. There's thirteen because he can't wear thirty one because Reggie says retired. So we tried to show him. A lot of tape of just how Reggie move without the ball because I thought Reggie did such a good job with that. And and it's six eight he can MIR that type of player and he's done a very good job of getting stronger and catching shoot guy makes good reads offense. So we need him to be a prolific score for us. And then just advance and what he's trying to do defensively dark spot speaking, Reggie Miller. Do you member? Con smith. You didn't. They night was mad at me. So he plays me second half against Reggie Miller. We lost him in the finals. And they tell me to play off Reggie Miller. So that we take away. Gary freaking Milan-San. I'm still bitter. Steve, I'm better. With two threes on me. And I gotta go sit on the bench. I remember telling con playoff in my. And I went and sat down hostile everytime. Humil- is name a robbery Robbie today. He's. I can't even imagine what he was like when he was young. Told him don't don't play all it. Great stat report right there. That's the head coach feel like coming up with. I thought so. That out about your, right? Because now you could trick. That was crap don't play off Reggie million playoff. Chris Wilkes Zalm saying. How about Jaylen hand? I mean, they came back in, you know, obviously, he had to follow follow Lonzo and the expectation being the next guy after him, right? How's this fake? I think coach him him having a four year on gaining experience in thirty. Plus collegiate games was good for him and have about one hundred plus practices, plus the summer of going against Aaron holiday. I think that really helped him because he got a very good understanding coming out of high school that it's it's this way. But this level it gets much more difficult. So I think he gained a awful lot of experience that way going to get air and every day was really helpful for him. And we've kind of seen a different Jalen here from July on that progress continues. He's talented off that there are a lot of guys at the point position that can do the things he can do. And now, he's just I think that next level up privy can run up run a program. Right. A team. Part of running the team is door at both ends and getting everybody involved winning. And that's his next up. Hey, Steve, you you mentioned recruiting and you've had great success in recruiting. How how difficult or how easy is it? When you have the name UCLA to go out and get west coast kids because you've made you make great dense. I mean, you're you're back recruiting where you UCLA had always been recruiting. Yeah. It's obviously the brand Dan is. Yeah. Novel. You know, the the brand in the history that tradition. You know, it's number one public academic institution in the country. So the academics are at a high level the tradition. Here's at the high level. I think one of the things that helps to is is being in Los Angeles. It's seventy five and sunny every day, and you have the professional level when we're seeing a huge over the last three or four years. It's look LeBron can go anywhere he wants. And he's come home Bill a lot of these free agents that they're talking about coming up next year. You always hear LA in the mix. And so when these younger kids and hear about that. I think that just helps with what you're doing as well brand new practice. Silly. I think that was something that was drastically needed that we got a state of the art of ask ball facility has really helped. So there's just so many pluses the to sell here that you know, again, the NBA. A runs like Dan their six weeks. You remember when we read Indiana when I was in Indiana, I had just left you overlapped a little bit more of that. But a lot of those guys even though it's the IU family, and we stay together. You don't really a lot of college towns about coming back in the summer of working out, and we're approaching ten proteins that our city. This is where the pros comb every summer so for about six weeks in our guys are doing open gyms with guys. And I think that's a huge advantage for development guys to that point has, you know, two things has LeBron been around and in more importantly has Jennifer Aniston been around. Yes. Yes. To the first one. And I I love the, but it would be nice. If we could get Jennifer game as well. L LeBron's here. He works out in the summer down. Obviously that he's what the Lakers. So we just did a we just got a children's hospital deal right here on the campus yesterday and LeBron was there two weeks ago. So, you know, and that's you know, it's another like telecast that night. You've got you've got sports on the telecast, and they go, and they tell you what LeBron did. And then they go to UCLA. So our players were getting the things telecast is guys like LeBron James. And when we got here six years ago, it was Colby so Kofi now, it's LeBron. So these guys are on a big stage where eighty percent or more of our practice that pro scouts. We had five scouts your five teams represented yesterday's practice. So they get around the elements that they to be around. And you've got a big guy. Now, also, you've got a new big, I, and, you know, you think about you know, Kareem. And now you another New York guy Moses Brown, there's not anybody in more excited about than mo-. I think he is. He was he was being recruited. We got into it. And they start getting heavily recruited. We were fortunate enough to get him. The timing was good. We we've had some contacts with him that it all worked out for us. And but I couldn't be more excited. This is somebody seven to he finishes around the Raimi's got a great second hop. He's he's the league shot blocker. But he handles the ball to dribble core. He can do whatever you wanted to do is just a very big, man. But nobody's been more pressing to us as a staff through the first twenty five practices. What MO Brown has been schrief wound. Neil. You know, he comes decommissioning comes. Then you have an issue with his health. We'll give us an update on him shack, son. Well, he'll be out. He'll be out this year. But terrific, individual just unbelievable. They kinda magnets are guys. And I think he's gonna have a bright future. It's it'll end up just being a medical Richard situation. And you'll be fine right go next year. You guys are your league generals kind of taking a little bit last year. Seeing the number of teams that I would say this preseason with some stuff with this whole FBI investigation. How do you guys go about selling the pack when this has been this year, a little uncertainty, or is it all about really like the history tradition of UCLA? They've invested in facilities now LA's hot even hotter than usually as LeBron come in. I mean, his that impacted you guys at all with with all the negativity from the FBI stuff at last year's struggles in the tournament for the back twelve. No, I haven't seen any impact he'll with UCLA our program, but you'll from a pack twelve standpoint, I think it's just about it's moving forward and you'll feeling like last year, which is kind of a boy of with us as far as just three teams, you know, in in the or. Yeah. Cup three teams in tournament. I think and then not playing are teams didn't do well in tournaments one of those years where we got a bad rap in price deserted at that rap as a league, but as a whole when you think about what you sell just incredible cities out west in a league plays up tempo. Elite place fast and a leak that produces a lot of NBA guys aren't too many power five schools anymore. Guy's the at the next level than what we are as a league. So it's a great league. My feeling is we just re we had a tough year. And now we got a response that have a much much better. You had a choice in a big. Game in a big game. UCLA the big game on the call. Dan back at our Bill Walsh. I would take Walton just because. Much less the call. But if I had to get that one defensive stop, I want my man. I know that never has anybody been lauded more for doing less. Hey, speaking of that what like what is your relationship with won't bill's been great. You know bills been he's around here a lot. Obviously. Once the season starts in getting a lot of games and those type of things, but he's been great with our guys. And you'll now can do rule alumni being actually talk to your players when they're around on campus. He's just been he somebody that has everybody's respect right away as a former player here for the rates of all time. So anytime he gets a chance to talk to our guys we appreciate, but he's been tremendous with us. I mean, look I like the guy. I mean, he's tough. Right. I mean, when you when you probably only pay attention, but tough but fair, that's okay. It and bills and bills analysis or commentary that kind of thing, oh, you'll be Dan. I'm I'm watching. I'm tape with. No sounds right. Right. I don't know what he's doing. Both the other pack all games. And he's always seemed fine to me, obviously, he's from the west and he got package variance. So he knows it awful lot about, you know, pack, eight-pack impacts basketball, and again has so much respect because of what he did the game. Last last thing, you're in LA, you mentioned how close you know, we we mentioned the brand coming as a coach in LA with the professional team there. How often do you go talk to Luke Walton, maybe his staff or how often do they come talk to you? Not not a whole lot of that point. Like when it gets the draft date with draft time that month window. There's a lot of dialogue going on from that standpoint, we went visit there they have of the times three picks a year ago with Lonzo. So we spent some time with their kids kind of the draft picks, but we're pretty close to put the Laker staff and dock with the clippers always reciprocated things. Very well when we need something, we know we can call and it's not just the basketball. But with the dodgers, there's a lot going on Roberts brew it. So it's a lot of time talking to as well. But yeah, I think there's a very good relationship, especially the Lakers. Just because there's that overlap team doctor teams. Is both the Lakers and the and UCLA. So there's a lot of overlap there with the administration that we use. Coach offer. It have a great start to the season. A incident list started season. You gotta fun exciting team. And I'm just happy that you basically answered that question very very tactfully regarding dockage Walton because he he needed a little off because he's kind of grumpy mood today. I know you've been around grumpy grumpy all right, Gregg, grumpy coaches, and I'm sure you even backing today, even though that most times, he's happy, you know, in that. Stop back in the day. I'm sure he was crummy as well. Not Steve was always studying, and I was always out. This thing. Bye. Thanks. Guys have me. I'll tell you. You me tell you story. Reading tripped, Indiana, I was hiding behind pillows. Two years ahead him. I'm hiding Bina pillars coach night at Kami not going to class, and I was heightened from him. He was looking for me. And I. And I. Offering his dad come in for an unofficial visit like, hey. He Steve Steve you've been coach see up there. Because what are you doing? I'm hiding. It was soon as I saw I'm going the office. I took off and ran and I don't wanna go in there and face coach nights. And that was his that was his indoctrination on his unofficial visit guys high coach, and he's still came. So nobody got hurt. No doubt. And we'd like thanks Steve. And Bruce for joining us today. Remind listeners as usual these square to subscribe to the show rate us review us wherever you get your podcasts. Weekly coming hopefully, every Wednesday, depending on our schedules because Dan, DACA, just Chris Christie America throughout the season. So these square might see you first second champions, and if not I will talk to you next week, and you know, what? 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Hour 2: CC Sabathia

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Hour 2: CC Sabathia

"Great news. There's a quick way. You can save money. Switch to Geico. Geico could help you get great coverage at a great price. And it only takes fifteen minutes to see if you could save fifteen percent or more on car insurance. Go to Geico dot com today and see how much you could save. Welcome. The man who joined an elite group of players this way. Gigi pitcher cici's about the only seventeen pitchers in major league history have mask three thousand strikeouts. But you know, it's even more impressive. He's just the third lefty huge. Congrats. What does that mean to it means a lot especially to be like that they're lefty, you know, ready Johnson Steve Carlton, so great lists to be on. So it's it's exciting. I'm just lying overweight. Now can just focus on paycheck and getting back to our team goal. And that's trying to win win the division when excuse me interject it because Steve call to Randy Johnson, obviously. But I also wanna remind audience you're also the third black picture but pitch in MLB history to do a Ferguson Jenkins. And and obviously the great Bob Gibson as well. And now you are on that list. So congratulations. My man, I'm honored. I'm so happy for you. Thank you. Thank you. That's listen. It's a hall of fame resume at assisted. You gotta say the hall of fame read like if the guy's nineteen years old comes with seventy. Games is a nineteen and any nineteen year old in the major leagues win seventeen games. You say well, that's a potential hall of Famer. And at the end of this will be your last season at the end of your career. You look back at your career. Is it everything you hoped? It would be it's more. You know, it's been incredible. When of great ride, I'm going to have some great teammates. But played some great cities got a chance to win a championship here in New York play with Derek jeeter. A rod E T. Rowe I'll play with some hall of famers. And you know, it's been, you know, Jim Thome me Ravi Alamo with you yours as SimpliSafe has been. It's been a blessing that has been a lot of fun, and it's been way more than I could ever imagine come here and get to give it to these guys. So. Our Jeff passan recently highlighted the attendance problem facing major league baseball. The numbers are down this April compared to last but the league attributes that to poor weather. I can't say it's been crappy out here in New York. But whatever the reason people aren't showing up Stephen where does baseball rank amongst the major sports right now, I wouldn't even put them top three anymore. And I know that sounds sacrilegious to UC, but let me explain when you look at the popularity of obviously, we know the NFL in NBA, but then I'll go as far something like the growing sport. That is the UFC the WWE despite its, you know, orchestrated all planned, culminating points, or whatever the case may be the fact that the matter is that when you look at the younger generation, and how these sports have gone about the business of ingratiating itself with the younger generation. I absolutely went off on my radio show yesterday because I pointed out how baseball always seems to be the last at the party you've got a situation, right? Now, reviving baseball in the in the league said in a city that's a big time deal with major league baseball. And I don't blame the leak. I blame the play is. Meaning those mega stars that have been fixated on holding on and living up to the tradition of the sport as opposed to adapting to the times where you got a younger generation on a come up recognizing the fact that the older generation clearly supports the sport of major league baseball, but that younger generation is leaning in different directions as a star. You've got to do something about that. If you're starring major league baseball. I don't see an inclination to do. So I think it's cost the sport in a variety of ways. And I think if baseball continues to go on this path they're going to plummet because the folks that support you are going to be gone. I think that's I think that's way off base. First of all, I think the reports of baseball demise are greatly exaggerated number one. It's an intensely local sport. So like. A New York. Giants fan may care about the Los Angeles. Chargers. The Rams, right? But they don't care about the San Diego Padres. It's just like you care about your local team, and maybe their rivalry. You don't follow the whole league, and partly that's because and because of that on shows like this national shows you don't cover baseball because it's not gonna covering a single team in baseball is not going to get you the audience. So the coverage of baseball has dried up, I think that has a lot to do with it. But then when you look at the total economy, you say like people always point to the ratings look at a football rating does ten times baseball rating. Yeah. No kidding. You know, why? Because they're one tenth the number of games almost exactly sixteen games versus one sixty two. It's inventory supply and demand each game and football is ten times as important as each game in baseball. So they draw ten times the fans to TV. But why don't you look at attendances away of measuring it almost seventy million people went to major league baseball games last year. Under twenty went to football games. Will you go? Well, of course, there are many fewer games. Yes. That's the point pointing the TV ratings. It's ridicu-. Silas, improving the point as it is putting to attendance for baseball. Neither one words. I'm not arguing baseball's as popular as football. It is not. But when you look at the total economy the revenue of each more. If you look at the revenue of each sport football is over fifteen billion at this point NBA is up to eight billion baseball's at about ten billion it's between the NBA and the NFL in terms of revenue total like so. So the idea that it's not top three. It's top to look finally just real quick. I'm a baseball fan. It was my first love is a sport. Right. But I know it's intrinsically an inferior product to football and basketball. I don't know why soccer fans. Can't admit there's right? Like you love soccer. It's boring. I know it's not boring to you because you grew up with it. But I know baseball's boring to a lot of people. I love it because I grew up with it. But a lot of people grew up with it baseball is still. With the end because obviously he plays. But I just wanted to get this on the record. So you're saying here on national TV that major league baseball is currently more popular than the NBA the numbers prove it. Okay. See? About that. But I do I do agree with you that that it's local, you know. So every everybody just cares about their local team. And that's why like the coverage is kind of dried up, and you don't see as much national coverage for every you know, every team in baseball. It's weird because I play for the Yankee. So I don't really see attendance drop off like everywhere, we go to stadiums packed in the you know, the Yankee Stadium is packed. And I mean, obviously, you know, early in the season the numbers are gonna be down attendance. But you know, you got some young stars in the league now. And I think across the league the youngest the league is getting a lot younger. And I think people start coming out and supporting these players does feel like even now those Steven when you first came up late nineties, it seemed like baseball was stand Royd era home run and the game still resembled the game that used to be just with more home runs. Now the game has changed in ways where it stops. Looking like what it used to look like, and it feels like there's just not as much buzz around the game as there was when you first came and when I first came up it was like. You said it was the home run race. And everybody's trying to chase sixty one. And all that. And now we're trying to trying to change the game to get more viewership. And it looked it. Looks a lot different than it did for fans in the early ninety early nineties late nineties. But I mean, that's that's the way you're trying to attract fans and and get people ballpark. Listen, we got we gotta move on. So I'm not going to belabor the issue. All I'm gonna tell y'all disc to raise the Kansas City. Royals played the other day. It looked like five hundred people with. Out serious. I'm serious about the number. They said it was about five hundred people, it might have been less, and I'm telling you all right now, if y'all think it's coal for stadiums that seat forty fifty thousand two hundred people in there. Good luck with that. Let's move onto the NBA of. This basketball. Let's go with that. Let's go to the team. That's not as popular as. Cici sticking around. I've done this before. And I'm gonna do it. Again. It's your official get your gift alert people mother's day is Sunday may twelfth if that reminder gets a little anxious because you don't know what to get the moms in your life, then join the club. Luckily, edible dot com. Has you covered edible. Arrangements can make anything from chocolate dipped strawberries, so good all the way to handcrafted fruit arrangements. They're delicious easy to share. And they bring people together. Not to mention edible only uses high quality ingredients. So no matter what you get. It'll be made with the freshest fruit available in dipped in rich indulgent yummy chocolate with mother's day themed arrangements fruit boxes, it'll be a gift to remember again. It's on Sunday may twelfth everybody. Don't get caught scrambling for a gift last minute. 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So after a huge thirty three point performance in game three max was Jackson out of bounds. Putting him beat among the old time. Great centers when he's played like two games. No. He wasn't out of bound because I don't think he meant great, look there's a difference between better and greater right? Those. Here's one sport that you can measure objectively track and field. You could there's no argument like this. How fast he ran the hundred right? Every single top ten sprinter in the world today with dust Jesse all better than him. So we're really not talking about better. Right. Because what's the point on the tenth best sprinter against Jesse greater? How did you fare against your contemporaries, how dominant were you in your era? And I think what's being pointed out about Embiid, Stephen is when you think of the perfect center, I'm talking about genuine seven footer wide-body who can post you up the kind of guy who listened. No one's gonna stop Shaquille O'Neal, but the kind of body you can put on shack and expect them to resist a little bit, right? A guy who could not only post you up, but shoot the mid range shoot from outside pass the ball. Play defense even defend out in space a little bit, right? Who else fits that description? Whoever lived hockey one really a seven footer didn't shoot the three. He would have if he played today shoot. But he wasn't that can do a lot of those things. He's not a wide body who's gonna body up against the guy like shocking these hypothetical situations, but Embiid hasn't done it long enough. Not the all time greats and everything. But when you just talk about what you're looking at name me, another guy who ever lived who fits that total description. He's unique. He's different. Well, he's unique. And he's different. But Mark Jackson was talking about his talent. And that's fine. Because nobody's here the question. But ultimately, it has to come down to what you actually do. Which is what Jeff Van Gundy brought up, and that's why I'm a role with Jeff Van Gundy on this. Because the reality of the situation is your resume needs to matter. It needs to it needs to fall into the equation. We started off. The couple of minutes ago with C C Tabatha praising him for what he did not what he could do three thousand strikeouts. Is a matter of fact, okay. When you consider what he has done and the limited amount of people who have done it. Then you have to take into account. Joel embiid. You get drafted number three overall in two thousand fourteen you don't play a game until twenty sixteen. You play thirty one games. That means you missed fifty one games your first year twenty sixteen 2017 you've missed another nineteen the following year. This year, you missed another eighteen we look at him in the postseason. What would a question about him? This man what he can do. Because of his skill said, he can shoot the Jay. He's got great footwork. He can move. He defends he's absolutely positively phenomenal. But what would we lamenting coming into this season when you can play with your back to the basket, bro? When you go stop needing to face the basket put the ball on the floor and dry from the perimeter. Like, you're some perimeter player or you're some God that's not just drink. That's not the man. -mongst boys that just opposed to be at seven one over two seventy with the skills that you have at some point in time. We gotta bring this stuff to the table. And even though I'll give you an example max before I go to CC, even though this person is a hall of Famer that I am about to mention the fact that a matter is great as he was as phenomenal. Is he wasn't college and to some degree in the pros? He'll still don't put Bill Walton. We know how dominant he wasn't UCLA. We know how he came back from an o two deficit when he was the center for the Portland trailblazers in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven against Julius Erving and McGuinness all boys and Bill Walton Whitmore east, Lucas resin Soland others talk over we get all in Lionel Hollins was on that team as well. The bottom line is we look at Bill Walton, and it's phenomenal. And as great as he was knows foot injuries that derail his career is one of the biggest reasons you don't mention him in the same breath as the others became real. Because the buck. Listen to me was to you. He does. But what I'm saying to you is the body of work only because injury the body of work didn't measure, Iran, gone. He's talking about but go ahead. I agree with you. He's an incredible talent. I mean, he's he can do it all I mean, there's nobody at that position. That can do everything he can do. But I just don't think he's done it long enough. And and like like, Stephen I said the resume has to matter. You know, you have to you'd have to have something to fall back on or something for us to you know, to to see that you've done, and I'd like I said, I mean, I think he's on his way to that. But but I don't think he's there yet. But there are guys there guys throughout history in every sport who hit a peak that you can't deny hold on. Full season, right. What were you saying that Jeff Van Gundy? What was I wrong about in terms of my interpretation of what Jeff Van Gundy said because he's talking resume would you from? From more Jackson is bringing up is not Embiid has already done it. He's saying my eyeballs are on a guy right now. Look for the season. He's averaging I'll round up when there's when it's over point five twenty eight fourteen four with two blocks shooting thirty percent from three as a seven footer guys. So like what Mark and he's doing it in the playoffs. He's doing. Floor. And if we didn't DAX's word, we didn't misinterpret is worth what we're saying. Is is that what you're saying? I mean, it would just stay on Jackson. We understand the talent. But Van Gundy was saying don't you dare mention measures to in his third season to the. But that's not what time, but that's not. You cannot contextualized him already because he hasn't done it yet. Obviously hasn't been around long enough hasn't been healthy enough. What Mark Jackson is saying. I've seen a lot of these guys play see this guy right there right now, he is like them whether or not he sustains it will influence whether or not we say he's among their ranks eventually. But even if he doesn't sustain it will say, I'll tell you what they'll be old timer say, I'll tell you what for a minute Joel quick wit to us. But there are players in every sport like that quick retort to the bunk. What you just said Shaquille O'Neal was in the league for one year. We were talking about him like that even though always just one year because he was that dumbing. That's it can saying about Embiid and beat it. He's saying and bead is like is like a totally dominant player who's just about as good as anyone. He's seen. No, no fair. No. When he Mark Jackson was saying is that he could be because. That talent is that's a real Jeff Van Gundy is talking about is. Oh, hell, no. You could have done more. You could still do more away much. Much. But I feel with Jeff Gundy saying you have to do more. I just think that I mean, you gotta you gotta wait and see how it plays out. But okay, real quick. There's a difference. There are three different categories here. There's resume whichever wants to harp on. And then you're trying to love two things together you're saying as though he hasn't done anything. He doesn't have the resume yet. But it's different between saying CC. There's a pitcher who comes up those one hundred miles an hour has sick breaking stuff working on a changeup. Can't really locate it everywhere. So you say boy, he has talent if he could get it all together he could win the Cy Young mar Jackson's not saying, that's envied. Mark Jackson, saying N P win is winning the side. You see what I mean? Whether or not he ever does it again, we're sustains it winds up in the hall of fame. He's saying right now, it's not just about talent. It's about the way. He's putting his talent together right now. I I see see real quick I two years in the NBA Shaquille O'Neal played eighty one games. Both years his second year in the league. He averaged twenty nine and thirteen or fifty nine percent shooting and never attempted a three point zero this the he was the diesel. Good. Good, man. Amongst boys. What I'm saying is we were talking about him and his level of dominance. Immediately. Javale gun is talking about a resume because we don't see it resume Shaquille O'Neal headed after two years to you. Okay. So shack ahead of where Embiid was at the same at you sitting there going like this. This is Maxine says everybody wants to hop on resume thing. Thing you really turn. Resume conversation now. Resume any conversation. Hey, mark. Any time out. What was Mark? What I'm saying? It's gonna get resumes. Three thousand three thousand strikeouts. So this thing. So it's so mess on your. Time misunderstood in my own time. Molly this new max Kellerman. It's an afternoon drive now pay Mari your mind. Molly still had seen the American government afternoon. Drive hosted LA former morning host in New York. I'm max around the whole sports nation boxing or HBO pay maxed. It's just a small set was just a resume, man. That's just so small bad that he wants to twenty your guy told you. You win. Jack jackson. Purposes. Cash long. That's not what Maxon resume. Liberty game at Yankee Stadium may sixteenth. We'll be sure to check that out. Thank you so much for being with us and again, congratulations. Congratulations thing your rearrested me. It's a bit. It's a big deal. All right guys and keep the a slight favorite over Cowboys thrown in the UFC lightweight showdown tomorrow night. Stephen if Sarojini wins why should Conor McGregor bays next opponent? But. Box office appeal, nothing very very simple. You can put your life on the live because that's what they do when they step into that octagon. Make no mistake about it. You wanna get paid and get paid handsomely for it? First of all, I think that he could win that fight number one. Even though he's lost eleven times in his career. He could certainly fall prey to Connor McGregor. If Conor McGregor catches them. Right. The reality is he'd have a much better chance of winning that fight rather than fighting to make a medoff number one. And number two more importantly its box office in the mega medoff is obviously great. But the bottom line is that he's not nearly as box office as Conor McGregor. All right. So not only do you have a better chance of winning. But you also have a guarantee to make more money against Conor McGregor than you would against the mega metal because Conor McGregor has morphed into this kind of individual max people want to pay to see him lose just as much as you have people out there who may want to see him win. Now. He hasn't won in the octagon SIS November of two thousand sixteen when he'd be there the Alvarez if I remember correctly that was a spectacular. That was a spectacular. Second round KO float four punch knockout and Cowboys aronie what he did to this kid. I think was it Alexander anandas. If I remember I was at that fight in January. He destroyed that brother. It would be an exciting fight and a winnable one because we don't know what the hell Conor McGregor is doing with himself. He retired. He would be coming out of retirement. Clearly, he's had success made one hundred million flight and fight Floyd money may whether got that whiskey thing, I don't know whether it's whiskey or whatever it is. You know, he's making money off of that. He clearly doesn't appear is interested in fighting anymore. So of on Cowboys aronie, that's definitely the match out one because it's easier day at work, and it's all money. Look it's prize fighting like boxing, it's prize fighting, and it's interesting the way this evolved because boxing once upon a time resembled, an MA and then became. Mm boxing, and now there's MA again, essentially, and it's prize fighting. So this is always been the case. Once the guy builds up a big enough name. It's not just about the winner's bracket fighting each other. The biggest fights the very biggest fights. Or when the most marquee guys are also in the winters brackets, right? So if Conor McGregor was still winning as much fighting as much as normal meadow of and now nerve Mogomedov whose infamous at this point, not just famous but infamous as McGregor to an extent. If Noor Magomedov is standing in one bracket and McGregor is in the other. And they've beaten everybody, and they're the two biggest names that's the biggest possible fight. But you could get a losers bracket fight here because Surani can lose this fight. He is the slight underdog. And it's a really good matchup. And I agree. He should be the slight underdog. And if he loses Sironi against McGregor is a big event and a big fighting a good fight. And I don't know who wins that fight it. So so, and that's. The loser's bracket, and that's probably bigger than I can't against a meadow of science and yet and yet I'd like to see that rematch. That was a good fight the first time they went the distance Magomedov didn't handle like he handles everybody else. I'm good either way. But you want to see that matchup max because you're you're attached to the fight game. You know, the fight game. And as a result it interests you because you're not just a layman viewer per se, but the average individual out there who doesn't know the fight game. Like you or to a lesser degree me? The bottom line is is that you know, what you want something with box office appeal McGregor brings in that average fan out there who doesn't pay as much attention to the sport. But we'll watch it anyway because of him but tick Uley with a guy like Cowboys aronie who can take out of their striking other water missions. There's a lot of striking. It would be a lot of striking in that fight. And I wanted guys that is lifted the avid follower of the UFC. You appreciate all the requisite skills that these fighters have, but the average person out there who's not an avid follower. An expert on it max, they wanna see striking. The no wanna see the mega medoff forcing you to submit moly you against the cage or even and on Boston mission like Surani head and a couple of fights earlier. The bottom line is the striking that would take place with Surani against Conor McGregor is what the average view out especially since it's McGregor. The fact is what MA showed and what the UFC has shown is that the most sophisticated fighting in the world does not produce the kind of fight that you think you're going to see if like Gracie you've seen they proved their point right like gracie's. Yeah. It was like ground game wins and so ground and pound winds and norm. Aga meadow of is. Better than maybe anyone ever at that. He also has underrated stand up game, by the way is an underrated striker Heidari. But but that does tell you that that's not really what brings the fans out when you look at the biggest most popular fighters, the most electrifying performance bones Jones and McGregor in these guys people like to see striking and for that reason. I think you almost can't get a bad result in terms of setting up future fights and Surani. And I either way winner's bracket loser's bracket, you have good fights going forward so rowing McGregor. Would that would be the most box office fight of the of the four fighters that we're talking about medoff McGregor? Gregory. Is ranked fourth amongst the lightweight. Cowboy is eighth. Hey, it's Dan Patrick here to tell you about the Dan Patrick school. The sportscasting I've teamed up with full sail university to create a sports casting bachelor's degree you work both on and behind the cameras and you build skills for the future of sports. So you can connect with audiences. No matter where they are or how they're winning in learn more about full sail. Universities Dan, Patrick school to sportscasting by going to full sail dot EDU slash, Dan. Patrick school. Everyone. Sportscenter right now Collins big news coming out of Churchill Downs. This year's Kentucky Derby, suddenly became wide. Open after morning line favorite Omaha beach was scratched because of her breathing issue leading jockey Mike Smith about amount or so we thought Marty Smith is in Kentucky with the very latest Todd Pletcher the two time derby winning trainer told me this morning just a few moments ago. In fact, that Mike Smith the hall of fame jockey has now gained the mount on cutting humor, of course, Smith led justified through the triple crown one year ago. So that's huge news. Also, high call is now a scratch he's battling a foot abscess on his left front foot. So he is a scratch that reduces the derby field now to nineteen horses that will have wide ranging impact as we progress through the weekend. Meanwhile, Louisville native diangelo Russel was trying to fly home this week when he was busted for alleged marijuana possession at LaGuardia Airport. The New York port authority police said that's point guard was cider for less than fifty grams of the drug and released a player who violate MBA's marijuana policy enters the leak program if it is. Whereas now, that's I take. Just just just saw the news about the ngelo. Russell. I just saw it could say the own God, I could say. But I'm not to do it. I'm not going to do. I'm going to sleep on it and make a decision by the time. I take comes on the air tomorrow. I'll see y'all later. I like casual Stephen I haven't seen him in a while. Stephen. I just smile for me. Well, you okay. I can't offer this Molly. I really always this so serious get serious. Okay. Way way way. Let me just say. So that was Stephen as initial thoughts on Daniel Russell cited for possession of marijuana at LaGuardia Airport. Now, you know, Stephen hangs out there. Go ahead student. Well, first of all I have to say the obvious max day off though. Oh. Dr. I have to say that. Now, he's a bit more serious about this max Kellerman, this is not cocaine. This is not heroin or something like that. I'm not being all serious because the drug of choice is serious. I'm being serious because of the stupidity, and it just it does something to me, man. So let me get straight. You wanna smoke some weed it's off season. Because remember I have no problem with we'd use for medicinal purposes. I have a problem with it being used for recreational purposes during the season the season is over Brooklyn is done five. No problem. It's off season. Have a ball. You about to go to Louisville Kentucky. We all know, you're trying to go to the derby going to see your dad and all that stuff. That's nice. But you really going into the Kentucky Derby because they know where how are you going to be it could Tocci this week? And not try to go to the Kentucky Derby, but I understand all of that. So what do you do you take this max Kellerman, and you hide some wean in ice tea bottle compartment. Dude, LaGuardia Airport max Kellerman against better when you are walking into this summer fresh off of an all star appearance, which Sean marks and coach Kenny Atkinson praising you for leading the Brooklyn nets to the offs praising your leadership to raise your conditioning and everything in between there praising you max, you're going into the summer as a restricted free agent. Which means it's possible that you can't gonna attention from somebody who might be willing. To overpay. You four thing Brooklyn to match those dollars in order to keep you. Oh, they might not match it. And Brooklyn might be willing to lose you. And you'll go someplace else to make more money all of this is going on in your life. And you allow yourself to get caught up at LaGuardia Airport with a we I mean, you can't make this stuff up. You can't make this stuff up. I understand everybody's position including yours max or marijuana. And I'm of the Martha. I don't want to see anybody on the court. Ha, okay. While I plan, I get all that. But I understand. But that's not what we're talking about. Here. I'm rate. I'm disgusted backs because how do you put yourself your approach of free agency? You've just been praised. You couldn't wait until you got to got you. I got you man. You're gonna lose your taking an L. They're going to have to stop this fight. Look number one. I have to do this. Every time we bring we bring up the prohibition which persists. Against cannabis though is crumbling. Right. It's legal in New York and LA all over the place. It's legal. There are people that we know colleagues Avars in that business who are getting rich their people in the NBA and former MBA players totally legal business. Former politicians on the right and left getting rich in that business. There's a huge market for it. And it's now regulated there. Okay. The reason prohibition persisted even in a way until now on cannabis, but it ended for alcohol number. They were both prohibited till thirty three then the prohibition for alcohol ended cannabis persisted is because there was propaganda put out by the United States government that played on racist and xenophobic fears Harry s and Slinger the first drug czar this country marijuana makes the darker racist feel they're equal to the white man propaganda like this government propaganda United States government propaganda lies based on nothing. It is still classified as a category. Drug lies. It's not by the own definition category. One. It's simply not yet persists on the books as category one Scottish, not categories schedule one schedule one, which is ridiculous and should not be. I mean, the the government can't say that the sky is pink. And it's it's on the books to skies or no, it's not it's blue. We can see you can't define something schedule one. And then just shove something that clearly doesn't fit the definition like by lie just by lying about it. And just know we insist that it's there we're just insisting that it's there. So I so there's a lot of hypocrisy built around cannabis, for example, the ngelo Russell it's illegal even though it's legal in the state in which you are possessing it, and it could be legal in the place to where you're going, right? Where you go. But it's illegal to bring it through the airport because that's federal and it's not federally legal totally yet. And yet once you get on the plane, they'll serve you out call which every study ever done settled tells you is worse for you than cannabis right now, you say max, I get all that. And even your point about I don't wanna see anyone high on the court. Why does it make you legal? How does that lead to people being high on the court more than being drunk on the court, right? There are things they can do that. Are that are legal that would affect their play on the court. You don't seem to have an objection to to alcohol, but yes to cannabis now, here's your here's where your argument, always hinges the money. Why are you costing yourself money? I'm gonna tell you right now. This will not cost the Angelo Russell a dime. Every team that wanted to sign him for X number of dollars. There's not going to be a bitter that now falls out that would have otherwise that would have otherwise paid them. And if there is then there'll be another bidder that would pay him the same amount. So he's not gonna lose any money over this really Stephen as so now, what's the argument? Couple of things actually a few things because there's a litany of issues that I have with various arguments that you made number one, please stop misrepresenting my position and acting as if I say alcohol is okay. My point is anything. That's not. Okay. Get rid of all of it. That's been my position to go back and prohibition. No, no what I'm saying to. You is the argument that you made when you said what about alcohol, then I said to you. I don't give a damn if as a league you prohibited. All I don't care. You know, I'm not asking for marijuana to be treated more harshly than alcohol or anything like that. That's all I'm saying about that number one number two max that's easy for you to say because you taking a very altruistic view in all of this because you're talking about right and wrong. I'm not agreeing with you about about all the particulars that you pointed out about prohibition and beyond. I'm not disagreeing with you about her policy of it, all, but what I am trying to say is this at the end of the day. Let them okay. There are a whole bunch of if we're willing to sit back and knowledge that these professional athletes have influence on younger generations on the come up. Let's see how many opportunities get curtailed because of stuff like this the unwritten stuff the unwritten stuff that they don't talk about. But they hold against catch. All the time. That looked like me. That's number two number three. Bottom line is this it could be I don't know whether it's legal Kentucky. You're not a right. Be legal in New York. Could be legally Kentucky. It wasn't legal like you said in the airport. Right. Isn't it your job? Isn't it your responsibility as a user if you are the Angelo Russell to know that before you try to sneak it through he figured away with what they get away with it? Excuse me. Evidently was real. Yeah. But it's but he got deal. Nobody seems to care very much about it. Let me let me tell you something right now max, well, maybe you should because here's the point shot while I'm saying why try if. If I if I want to smoke some weed, and it's legal in New York, and I'm about to go to California, and it's legal in California. And I'm not gonna smoke the damn thing on the plane. Can I cannot wait till I get I'm going to get it. I'll give you do that of what better yet? Max, why don't you? Check, your some baggage you understand their check in as opposed to trying to walk through to charity. This everyone. Listen, I will give you an example of why you might want to sneak it through an airport. Right. If you do get caught and like, it's not going to cost you any money. Really? No one's gonna really care if anything it probably makes them a little more famous. It gives them more celebrity. Maybe maybe he'll make more money for. But here's the reason here's the reason because if it's illegal to acquire it in the state that you're going to it's better for you to bring it there legally, I believe it's less dangerous for you the penalties. I believe are less severe to bring it there than it is to acquire it. No, no, no. No. No. No. No. No, no. You were saying to me that it may be legal in Kentucky. What I was saying to you is. I'm not saying if it's illegal. I'm saying if it's legal where you're going. Legal weight just by when you get to this. Wherever you are. Maybe it's the talent we equality. All right. The have your own Molly beyond that. If it's illegal where you're going if it is going to legal in many places to just as it's legal in many places. I if it is illegal it may be in your legal best interest to bring it with you instead of to acquire it there. All right max, Ohio about going to how about going to the check in. And check in your luggage rather than having it on your person and trying to walk through security. Guide to how to smuggle say can say what you walking through security, you'll get stopped by TSA. Why would you do that? That is just stupid. That's. Stopping the THC. Guys. The idiocy the idiocy of what transpired wait a minute. Wait a minute. The idiot and see the idiocy of what he tried. There's a great argument against us even. So damn still get caught with it you need to relax a little bit. You need your help you on watch on. I'm trying I'm trying to help him he thinks blowing as opposed to doing stupid stuff in carbon. People gonna leave them unemployed. That's what I'm thinking about taking deep breath will Cain is going to be here because he needs to get into this. Why why does will need to get into? It was his real good friend arguments back there in the green room pacing. And I'm totally about feelings. Well, what's going on? Okay. You just do this on your team me up. Usually start hitting homers. Just hit him. I'm standing back there max. Okay. I'm in the green room. I'm yelling at you. Yelling at the TV. Stephen. I'm like golden break. I don't understand talking about Dangelo. Russell talking about him getting busted for bringing weed onto the plane. I listen to you guys unless I just missed it. You're debating whether or not he should have checked it versa. Carried on max talking about with not it's better to purchase it locally versus carry your own. And I just for the life of me. I can't believe this point was lost. This. This is how dumb the Angelo Russell was in this attempted smuggling events smuggling he attempted to hide contraband inside of contraband. Do you understand that liquid you bring liquids on playing? Now. I don't know if you took in flying private too long. But when you go through TSA, they say, do you have any liquids could it in the trash the ngelo? Russell decided I'm gonna hide. This. You know, here I'm gonna put it in here. Nobody will think too. Great. We'll just walk out on the other missed the boat on the other hand his judgment may have been compromised by something it's hard to say about your band. Bob contraband, that's my point. And I wasn't trying to debate whether my position, and he shouldn't have had it at home. But when max gets into prohibition, it's thought brings up bring it up everything else. That's where we morphed into that situation. But there's no, listen, I'm I'm against professional athletes using it period, that's my personal opinion. But having to stand for. Product at stadiums. Like compare the effects of that to alcohol where you're less belligerent where concessions sales should go up. People will fight laugh, but maybe concentrate on the event more how long before there, it's actually sold at sporting events. Longtime your mills coke cans. We're a little too. Fake. Had a false bomb. Real cool when you were like seven Russell's like that. Is that what you put your? We'd have no one place still check on my God. All right, which like I said shows he must he must be using a lot. But this is what y'all support the guys do it. This is what y'all support as a hell of a point. We'll as a hell of a point. It didn't take much. It's the bucks face. The Celtics in Boston tonight. A critical game three obviously Cairo's story in game one but Yana stole the show in game. Two who am I gonna start with max who has a bigger game three kyri or Jaanus Jaanus, and we've been talking about this because kyri can function at his best, but that doesn't necessarily coincide with the team functioning at its best. If they both ball out, it's more likely that Jaanus teammates will also ball out because of his contributions and less likely that Kyrie's will even though they're more talented. So I'm going with the honest, gone kyri. I think they're kyri game three. Playoffs in Boston. The crowd will be rabbit. They've got a phenomenal fan base. They're gonna come out full throttle ready to support the Boston Celtics. And I think he's going to feed off of that. And I think he's gonna know realize because he has to I think they're kyri being a superstar in this series, particularly approaching free agency. You can't go out like this. You can't lose by thirty. And then after that continue to lose to the Milwaukee Bucks the rest of the series without making any noise. And it's going to be a bunch of bunch of roses for you waiting in free agency. I think he recognizes the fact that he's got to play big. And he's got to remind the world of what a superstar. He is. I think he's going to do that. And I think he's going to do it tonight because he asked to in order for them to win. I think it will be honest. I don't want, you know, waffle here. Flipflop? I didn't hear both gonna have big time games. I believe in Kyrie. I believe he's bad, and he's gonna respond, and he's gonna step up to the occasion. However Jaanus I'm telling you from. Jump this season from game one to now Janas seems more determined than any player I've seen in quite some time with the possible -ception of Kevin Durant who seems to be undenied cannot be read in betas. Max, I heard you got in beans entire series? Had looked like what it looked like last night. But Kevin Durant has looked undeniable and Janas has looked undeniable. And yet here's the deal. There hasn't been a Janas game yet. You know, what I mean like the one where absolutely takes over and he determines the outcome of the game. He's had twenty nine. What do you have another one twenty something? We haven't seen the thirty five and thirteen game from Janas that you know, you're gonna see, you know, you're going to get at least one of those in the series, probably two or three. I think you honest is happy to go into a hostile environment step up to the plate takeover and give us what was it on early five and one thirteen about thirty five thirteen seven and four you know, like he blocked shots. Right right hooks. He does everything. And we haven't had that game. Right. That's games coming. That's true. The guy the one guy I think you're leaving out his cO why who's bald out every single game? I'm just the mindset. I mean, we've seen some spectacular performances from Kyrie Irving this season. Most of them have come in Boston against us against them. Big time competition, I think the environment. That's inside the TD Bank center garden rather tonight. I think that's gonna play a very very big role in fuelling, Kyrie Irving, and I'm hoping it will do the same for Jason team. Who's been a no show in the first two games in this series? I believe in this kid, but he is a kid, and he's showing us that he's a kid right now because his talent would his height athleticism and overall skills it there is absolutely positively no excuse whatsoever. Why he is only averaging four and a half points or maybe any related Tyree. Maybe that's related to kyri Jaanus is affect on his teammates as he makes them better. Maybe that's related to kyri. You know when he has that game. We're talking about then merit. Teach and Lopez. I gotta hitch. They're all gonna start hitting their threes. The whole team gets their vibe, it's going to have my fear is brogden. And whether he gets healthy in time, if not the Celtics by these guys. A good matchup with the Sixers. We're heading for warriors Celtics now for the latest on the two big brands facing big issues. Knicks owner James zone is being sued by MSG shareholders for excessive pay in spending too much time with his band. Meanwhile, they Lakers still don't have a head coach. But according to LeBron for I Tyler who in that role fries fries. And a bit of news are Adrian merging rows, he says Monty Williams was also mentioned as an option for the Lakers is finalizing a five year deal to become the Phoenix Suns head coach and Jeanie Buss tweeted about her dinner with a friend and former Lakers, president Magic Johnson. Thank tonight had a wonderful dinner hedging up at Magic Johnson Lakers forever Lakers for life. And then Mr Smith responded, it's very beautiful miss Jeanie bus. But there isn't a soul alive was ever questioned your relationship with magic, we all know how much I love one another family. It's someone else. He had a problem with. But we'll leave that alone for now. Stephen a lot of exclamation points on that now, which is the better run organization right now the Lakers or the Knicks the Knicks because the mills and Scott Perry is there and the Lakers have no one the fact that Amanda is genie bus. You don't know what the hell is going on. We don't know Linda Rambus has influenced or how much influence she has. We don't know how much influence rob Pelinka has we know that time Lou is the coach LeBron James would prefer at least at this particular moment in time. But no decision has been made their congratulations to where you're by the way, a good, man. And we all know the tragedy that befell him and his family a few years ago. We lost his wife, and what have you? We get all of that. So we wish him nothing. But the bet teaser God is a quality person equality coach an entire NBA community will be happy. It should be happy for him. But that's somebody that the Lakers could have had that didn't work that didn't seem to be the case now. And so when you look at it from that perspective again. James Dolan is in is everything that max says and then some, but Steve mills and Scott Perry have created this cap space. And I think until we see how free agency unfolds we can't summarily dismiss. You know, what the Knicks are because who knows what could happen. Whereas the Lakers got LeBron and still screwed stuff up in the Knicks right now the Lakers don't have a team president or a coach right now. And I don't know what they're doing like Trump through all these hoops LeBron wants Tyler he should've had time. Like what what are we who? Are we fooling? But and the Knicks year, right? You mentioned a lot of good people who work for that organization. Now, Stephen A, I've noticed a difference dealing with the Knicks here and there in their in their PR department on down, right? Like, you see there are better people in place now, and it's less paranoid than it used except remember that drivel that the PR department had to put out when doling kick the fan out for holding the side, it's still doling. So when you say quality people, hey, people don't know who's running the show who's influencing genie. But we know who's running the show in New York, and who has the most influence in New York, and that's Dolan. And so I would say. This gets out of the corner. Let's get you kicked out of the garden. Have you been back to the garden? But since you started this can't go get. Garden. Gene. Garden apartment nowhere. I think it'd be fun content. Just to take you back there for a Knicks game and see what happens. Go do that. And he should go to Boston actually do bowl hang out with the fan. I feel safer with you New York in Boston. I think Stephen as right? I think the better run organization is the Knicks and it's possible right here there, we're about to see a Phoenix rise from the ashes, I'm not here to defend James Dolan. I've been with you guys on this issue for a couple years. Now, the James Dillon is the problem with the New York Knicks. But here we go right now, which one of these two franchises is rumored more than rumored constantly talked about at sounding not one but two marquee free agents this off season the Lakers have LeBron James still can't find themselves to be the answer to this question. It's the Knicks who are in the contention for two free agents. In fact, Frank Sola of the athletic and around the horn said yesterday that it's only a debate among many, which one science I K D or kyri. So if the Knicks are so poorly run, why is this about to happen? How about to hit your, hey, D N Cairo? Will I've said this to you. You're going to have to change your tune in a quick turnaround that this happened, no doubt. But I'm just saying like right now think about what. You're saying oh my God. Things have changed so much that the rumors are that they might get two guys as opposed to the Lakers or in shambles. All they have is LeBron freaking. The high point out of the Nick. Knicks are good the new nowhere Lakers Maximus next to be good. By the way. The Knicks heads seventeen wins. Max man, maybe part of the. Maybe part of the winter. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. You're missing the point. We're talking about the Lakers and comparison the Knicks after they got LeBron right? How much I mean think about that? You got love Braun. And we're still having this discussion about you. So what does that say at least with the Knicks? We've got hope at least conversation at least until July. So what happens when these guys signed in in in with other when you right? Right now, you got it. But right now, you're not because because the Lakers are in the conversation when they have LeBron wait. The Lakers are in the conversation for who. Nobody. No, no, no, no, better subject. The better run team subject. We're having this conversation about the Lakers, even after they've acquired LeBron every bad guys. The Lakers have LeBron and just as people are saying. Okay, d- and Kyrie are going to go to the next every bit as much the thing AD going to the Lakers. So the Lakers already have fit not this year. But the following year free agency, right? The Lakers already have LeBron going to get Anthony Davis. But because the Knicks you're hearing may get Kadian collides Tyree. Therefore, the Knicks are better it's more immediate and real than eighty two. The team. We're talking about how these franchises a run. Do you in the LeBron is a net positive or net negative for the answer for this question was the Lakers positive positive LeBron James, and yet they can't pull the free agent can't pull a marquee free. Brian AD is coming. It's a good show out by them. All right. We asked you guys on Twitter should sports leagues. Loosen their rules on cannabis in seventy nine percent of you said, yes, I think the other twenty nine percent forgot the question. I think there's just a lot of lessons to take from today to state law. To hide contraband in contraband. That's right. Wills argument is the greatest case against marijuana. Use. Breaking for staying off. The we. Thanks to the podcasts could take weekdays ten AM eastern on ESPN have a fabulous day. See on Monday.

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Now this week. I believe I was one in five one and five, but they gave I needed to get right? I got right. And that's all that matters. I got the Kentucky game, right? And there was a movie role in an upcoming Daniel Baldwin film on the line. And I want I'm going to be in a movie, I'm making a movie with Daniel Baldwin about that at cody's it, Mike. I'm not unhappy. The turn this whole few this blood feud with the Baldwin's has taken where Stu gods just coming up to the Baldwin brothers. And now, he's just they they have this text relationship and stugatz is doing this thing where he asks for movie roles, I want knowing is that I didn't ask for Daniel ball. Wait. It was his idea. He wanted to a college game in place a bet. On it. And so I said, okay, what could Daniel Baldwin offer me that I don't have and it was a movie role at so that's it. And what can I offer Daniel Baldwin that he doesn't have a spot on this show for a day when you were off, and that's what I offered him. And I won. I don't feel like Daniel Baldwin can get someone a movie role. It's debatable. I mean, I've thought about that. There's there's I mean he says he's got like five in production right now. So it's absolutely believable. If you see I am db it's littered with project. So you'll never ear of. He's certainly working, by the way, Beth Baldwin's on real heater. Yeah. She can't be stopped for one week. Oh. No one else is upset by house to God's has his run over the Baldwin side of things, and it's now chumming up to the Baldwin family and non-stop non-stop chattering. A week upset this is the most predictable thing ever. There's more fame. What are his picks though? I want to get through God's the proper amount of fame for his picks. He is picking games. How're you doing in the pros like so not much better? Rough year. I remember when you were picking the college games. I was in Ceuta when you were filming that, and I was just laughing all your picks as they were happening. They sounded so bad. You you don't study these games at all? No. I have no idea took it when Daniel ball may the bed. I'm like, I took it Tocci. I had no idea. I really had no idea. It's been a bad season. I'm looking up the the picks right now, he just wants action. He doesn't care where it comes. How it comes college football. Pro football the Kentucky game. He's just he's just for entertainment porpoises, only he is pounding whatever action he can get. But what's what's uproarious about? It is we've never had more fun around here than when he opened an NFL season Owen eighteen. It was great. And he's on. I mean, you are now this is reminding me of that dynasty performance. We're getting close. Yeah. I had Florida plus seven this week today. No, they got crushed Baylor plus fourteen and that was yeah. The the canes over BC so in three I had South Carolina. Oh and four I'm not even looking at the game gets out gay. It's. This. We are approaching this territory. What if I told you that the pursuit of perfection is always a good thing? That over fourteen on your gambling picks isn't just possible, but will likely have real life consequences. That my picks or for entertainment purposes, only that gave you a sly, wink and air quotes when I said that thing about my picks being for entertainment purposes, only. That I've run into some pretty rough people. You don't wanna oh money too. That I've just taken out a third mortgage. My daughters are going to have to make new friends in public school. That I know way too much about the university of Hawaii football team because I'm always up late chase it. That my wife is probably leaving me and taking the kids. That if someone you never met before starts asking you questions about where I've been tell them you haven't seen me in a while. And immediately text me, so I can get on the next flight to El Salvador. That I know it's been a rough couple of weeks. But I've got a great feeling about the titans plus six and a half on Sunday. ESPN filled presents a thirty for thirty about one man's fight to keep both his kneecaps. Ermo? Have you looked up his record? I I saw you scribbling things down during the break because I knew he wasn't going to find his record. He's doing that move that he does that management technique of his of forgetting hoping I forget, so you've been looking up Stu gods. His record here against the spread. How is he doing recent in college games this season? He is eighteen thirty four and one. But one in our in games that matter. And that by the way, just so that what you just heard set fourteen and all that is an accurate. I remember distinctly that week. He also gave four bonus fix that. He gave four bonus picks trying to stop the unbeaten where he was predicting things on the radio with bonus picks, and they only can if you hit them. Time for some ants. Playing. Void going. And doing this show involved with. Movies poor lay one and nine into a movie with Daniel Baldwin who's moving career is a one night, I found someone dumber than me donlevatar limited fake, Tim Kirk and what are the royals have to do to make the playoffs to gods? And the royals are really good. These libertas show with this Stu gods on ESPN radio year. Mo what were you just asking? Stugatz. Well, here's the thing. Dan, you know, Dr James Andrews, he's a he's a well known, you know, sports surgeon, and I'm sure that Dr James Andrews has regular office hours, and he has regular patients, and I'm imagining it's very frustrating. If you're one of Dr James Andrews patients, and you have an appointment or an operation or whatever. And then some superstar gets hurt. He just get bumped. It has to be the most frustrating. Doctor patient experience. There is out there being Dr James Andrews, normal patients. I'll just leave. If you just go. Oh that was good. I think I think you're right about you'll rare good observation from you. You just have terrible judgment. But what's good? And what's not? ESPN radio is presented by progressive insurance. The Dan lebatardshow is brought to you by Pennzoil synthetics taking synthetic motor oil performance to a whole new level make this which the Pennzoil synthetics today guests on the Dan lebatardshow appear via the shell Pennzoil performance line. Here's your sportscenter update. The Red Sox beat the dodgers five to one taking home the World Series title for the four times. It's two thousand four and their ninth. Overall. David prize earned the win pitching seven innings. Ed striking out five Monday night football, Tom Brady and the patriots battle Nathan Peterman in the bills tonight, eight eastern on ESPN. And finally, the fifty cent jar rule beef has escalated fifty bucks, a total of two hundred tickets worth three thousand dollars at jazz recent show in Texas all front row seats, so job would be performing to a section of empty. See? It's awesome. I mean, they're are rare in the history of fame. Few have been his petty. As if. For all the latest headlines that information to to the sportscenter on ESPN radio all throughout today. Do you ever put that on the poll is there anyone in celebrity petty or than fifty cents? It's funny. That's funny to buy all his front front row. Tickets. Also, put it on the poll did the Cavs do tie Louis olive because I think they did he didn't want to keep working there meant he was having -iety attacks and stuff last year. The hell you wanna be coaching that for when you rather just take the money and go like, why do you want to be coaching that? Yeah. But the thing that caused those taxes left it's in LA. I mean. You know, what I'm saying though, like tight Lou this sees it was going nowhere. I don't think tie Lua former NBA player wants to be flying. All these basketball cities working with that hodgepodge of a team that's gonna win four games this season. You see the reports. Larry, drew doesn't even want it. I'm like, no, no, no. If you want me to bridge, this you're going to need to pay me. I just saw what you did with tight Lou. I don't want any part of this. That's the other thing. I mean, he just won you a championship. Like, I know that there's a lot of turnover in the pros. But it ain't fat. It ain't that like that. I remind you again that the only thing that the Cleveland Cavaliers have done right in their entire existence is have the best basketball player ever born near them. Like, that's it. They filed it up in such intergalactic stupid ways that they got him back because they had the draft picks that they needed and they're gonna go right back there again if they won yet this season. No, they got smoked. They were getting smoked by twenty by Brooklyn, home the other day. But he didn't win them anything then Tyron lewd, it win them a single thing. He's a champion. I mean, you just happen to be the guy who was on the sidelines when they wanna champ and one of the most improbable championships any of us have ever seen, but they were even failing while failing. They somehow got lucky and against all odds got that draft pick and netted Andrew Wiggins and me this whole thing possible. But before that they drafted the worst flatly the worst number one draft pick ever Anthony Bennett ever, they they thought well dang was the missing piece that was going to get them to the playoffs. They got loyal dang one. When you to make a run forgot about that one. So archaeologists many many years from now are going to sort through sift through American civilization, and they're gonna come upon something. And they're not going to understand it. And what it's going to be is Tampa beating New Orleans at home earlier this season. Fits magic. That's correct. And they're not going to be able to explain it. Again, it was on display yesterday. 'cause James Winston, man. He's just not accurate enough. He the precision being the precision being displayed by others in that sport reveal how inaccurate Jameis Winston is where he makes consistently two or three throws a game. That are just stupid. They're just stupid throws and like quarterbacks aren't doing them anymore. There's not this imprecision of Dan. Fouts is going to drop back forty five times. And he's gonna throw seven passes that probably should be picked off the kind of precision. We're talking about now in terms of expertise is so absurd. Got drew Brees an Andrew Rogers are very clearly throwing disputes. And don't even care where the defender is drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers. Yeah. I correct it myself. You didn't say anything. Nobody said you corrected it because we were just heightened I said Aaron Rodgers I corrected before anyone said anything in her microphone. Go bleep yourself. The precision that they're throwing the football with Stu gods. It doesn't matter where the defenders are doesn't a guy turns his hips. I would love to sit down with a Philip rivers and say, what are you? What are you seeing here that the rest of human beings aren't seeing when you decide that? You're just going to throw this football over that space over there. And it's either going to be incomplete or your guy is going to have the only option at it. Because all you're doing is during the work week, you're sitting here, and you're you're seeing these fifteen route trees that everyone else that everyone on the field is running and you're just throwing over and over again to to a spot. You know, where it is that you're going to throw it doesn't matter. What the defensive back does. And it doesn't matter. Right. And those guys I mean Rodgers yesterday to couple of throws they see it so early and they just get into that spot. They see that their guys got, you know, a foot or two and they get it to that spot. Where only he can catch it Winston, by the way, it's interesting his twenty one games with multiple this. According to ESPN, stats and. Mpho his Twenty-one gains with multiple turnovers sits entering the NFL two thousand fifteen are tied with Blake Bortles for the most over that time period. Well, Bortles has the most turnovers of anybody since two thousand fourteen but James Winston is a disaster. And yesterday there down big against the Bengals and stunningly enough. They gotta go get Ryan Fitzpatrick to lure them back into the game now again poor dirt cutters. Stuck in these circumstances? Where neither is options are good ones. If you choose his Fitzpatrick and the locker room, we'll applaud and he will not make the playoffs and he will not be good enough. Because Ryan Fitzpatrick is the very highest end backup that exists. He is not a starting quarterback. He is the guy you want backing up who might come in and win you game or two but throw him for five hundred yards. I think you have to go Fitzpatrick. I was I was reading that. If James Wisden doesn't get hurt this year, they could simply release him, and it won't cost anything against their salary caps. So they just they they actually they actually shouldn't play him at a fear of him getting hurt then they can't do it. Then they have to pay just release. But your coach is going to lose your coaches anchor to that draft pick like their team's not going to be good enough with Ryan Fitzpatrick. And so they're not good enough. Jayme as well. But if you're ceiling, you need Jameis Winston went the way that that works with draft picks and value, and especially when you when you see the teams like, you know, the way Seattle did it where they're not paying the quarterback position. Any anything? You have to get James Winston to play like a number one overall pick. You can't just waste that pick. And then and then release him not get anything form while the raiders are out here taking their number one pick in Amari Cooper, who's not productive and turning it into another first rounder, and it's an interesting decision because you're familiar with how Dirk cutter got that job. They fired lovey Smith out of fear that they would lose Dirk koetter to another team and James had early success in his system. So cutter owes his job to Jameis Winston. And now he has to bench him to essentially save it. I don't see how he can save his job. Because if your ceiling is Ryan Fitzpatrick, you're going to lose your job fits magic. I mean, that's how you save the job this boy rights more entertaining. Rather have Ryan Fitzpatrick. You didn't go out go out with Fitz Patrick with a hope of its magic, look, this is what I'm telling you. I want you to look at the standings. Okay. I want you to look at the saints. I want you to explain to me what the bleep happened in that game where Tampa Bay was running up and down the field unwarlike and all of us decided right then Orleans didn't have the defense to win the Super Bowl. And since then all they've done is probable everybody. Like, they the only thing that they could not contain as drew Brees is out here thrown five hundred touchdown passes, or whatever it is that he's doing. He's breaking every record except he can't break. Ryan Fitzpatrick, right? I'm looking at the game forty eight to forty. It's magic. Twenty one twenty eight four hundred seventeen yards four touchdowns hundred and fifty six point three rating and breeze at a great day. He had three touchdowns but not enough to overcome fits magic. Are you proud of yourself as if you created the nickname fits magic? Like, you keep saying it as if it's hiding listen, listen, it makes an appearance every couple of weeks, and then it goes away. It's the first thing you've ever seen your life. But when it comes back and all it's glory at he's pulling rabbits under the hat. Oh, it's it's Magister anyone else. Like that. Is there anyone else like this guy where you throw him in the fourth quarter? And hey, you might get two hundred and fifty yards and three touchdowns or you might get the six intercept checking Cashmore of the donlevatar show with the stugatz ten to one eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN news. And now I fought from Geico motorcycle it took fifteen minutes to purchase the gestation. Excellent. Eat the gestation exuded. And regret the gestation eggs summit as you presented numbers to the board. Insult to injury. You could've used those fifteen exellent minutes. Does what your motorcycle insurance to gyco? Geigo fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on motorcycle insurance donlevatar. Listen, the unfortunately thing with the dodgers. They have a good offense. They have Trump that mess out there every couple of days as a mess in the postseason. Oh, go ahead. You got the postseason numbers to guts, just described the greatest pitcher degeneration as a total mess. Total mess describing what the postseason number. You're right. He's five hundred pitcher in the post seven and seven that's the wrong stat. Or how about four point three? That's the one that's more damning which won the Eric about the rings. Right. I know you don't look at any other number other than the rings and his ring average zero point zero zero that these CeCe donlevatar show with Stu gods on ESPN radio time Montgomery had been instructed by coaches yesterday to kneel on a touchback to just get Aaron Rodgers the ball back, but he caught the ball to ya. Deep and ran into the middle of the field. And then he fumbled. And a quote here from one Packer coach according to Mike silver at NFL dot com. Aaron Rodgers was hot and he has a right to be yelled, take a bleeping knee. He was very very mad. And then according to silver in the eyes of many of Roger's teammates. It was just a file because more than a dozen. Packer players and coaches who witnessed. The whole thing said that Montgomery had thrown a tantrum of his own Green Bay's previous offensive series. He was upset because he'd been removed from the game. So so people thought that it was a carry-over that it was a care. He was upset because he hadn't wasn't allowed to make a play. And so he tried to make a play. There's no I in team. And so a Packer player says that he slammed his helmet and threw a fit they told him to take a nanny ran it out. Anyway, you know, what that was that was him saying, I'm going to do me. It's a bleeping joke. And then this is still a quote from an anonymous Packer, according to Mike, silver, what the bleep are you doing? We've got Aaron Rodgers the best I've ever seen and you're going to take that risk. I mean. All you gotta do is give him the ball. And you know, what's going to happen and be awesome. If that anonymous quote was actually Aaron Rodgers. What do you what do you make of all of that though? Because that happens all the time in the league. But it's a particularly bad thing to be happening at the end of that game. When you know fantasy players were all bothered because Todd Gurley decided to leave a touchdown on the table. He just decided to stop inside of the five yard line and keep the ball not just fantasy players gamblers. I mean spread was on the line the over under was on. The don't ask me how I know so much about these things, but I'm just telling you a friend told me that these spread was on the line and the over under was also on the line and girly decided to not run it into the end zone there that had to hurt. I mean that he play that. In that game where Todd Gurley at the end that guy. I don't know how the bleep you slow that dude down that was him slowed down yesterday and it's another touchdown for the eleventh consecutive game. And it's the easiest touchdown the world because they just take five guys and run them to the left. And then there's Todd Gurley over on the right? And they're like there it is with open space. Go ahead and run big. Boy, none of those linebackers wanted any part of you. Nobody wants to nobody wants to tackle any of that girl is having fun with it on his Twitter account retweeting video saying what's spread with all sorts of Koi emojis taking shots at fantasy play. How about how great is that the touchdowns or so easy for them that hey, he's scoring at a historic pace. But be on top of that. I don't want that. Veteran James used to have an incentive clause in his contract. And he openly defied Jim Mora who wanted him to kneel at the ball and he ran for a touchdown. And when he came to the sidelines like don't put that incentive in my country. If you don't want me running for the ball. I feel like the Rams were were exposed though a bit yesterday. No a little bit. And that wasn't a very good Packer team came in their Rogers a little bit hurt. They don't have football students you expect them. I mean, they're undefeated that the only undefeated team in the league. Like, what how much better would you like them to be exposed what the hell kind of an analysis is that they were exposed to what it's my analysis and entitled the only unbeaten in the league. And they beat Aaron Rodgers exposed how I mean in waltzes this defense that is not very good hell that team to thirty points at home. The Packers would have won that game. I felt like they were exposed a bit yesterday. I do I felt like I felt like the Packers should everyone. Hey, here's how you stay with the Rams. Okay. You need to have the greatest quarterback that's ever left. Tell you stay. There you go exposed expose to God says we can observe rations. If you didn't have enough with that one there, so many more so many more just like that one and their next donlevatar. The by focal eyeglasses. Stugatz. Marcus mariota growing up right in front of our out. Our our is these live at our show with Stu gods on ESPN radio. According to Travis sought chick of fivethirtyeight Clayton Kershaw through forty nine fastballs last night. It produced to swinging strikes. Forty nine fastball. His average fastball was ninety point five miles per hour. That says Kershaw on the back of the uniform that is not Clayton Kershaw bright. But Mike made a very good point. Even when he was Clayton Kershaw. The postseason numbers were not very good. Agreed. But you combine that now with an inability to miss bat, you're saying he miss out his opportunity to change the narrative, he did he did. Because when he had the stuff to do it. He was unable to do it. He doesn't he no longer has the stuff. He's out there like she sees bathroom, and he's nibbling four to swinging strikes on forty nine Clayton Kershaw. Fastballs. Like, my guess is that they're my guess, there might be some other time where you come closer to having that number before five than to forty five of the forty nine the ING, you know, swinging strike that happened quickly on him. And well, I mean, he just. It didn't happen that quickly. Like he has eighteen and four last year. I mean, it was incredible. Could his velocity return or am I doing that thing with Justin Verlander where maybe Burland IRS the freak? He's such an outlier ver- Lander seemed wash and then his velocity came back. Well, the thing about Kershaw though, isn't it like twenty six? He's very young. Is it he he's not. He's not thirty yet. Is he like I think of him as still very young my wrong about this thirty years old? Okay. It's third and he's got a decision as to whether or not often or not time now for stugatz. His weekend up survey shins. It is time for a stugatz to share his skin notes. No one in the media will tell you what happened better than my two weekend. Observations are brought to you by vivid seats need game tickets. Find your seats at vivid seats, the official ticket partner of ESPN. Enter promo code ESPN at checkout and receive ten percents off your order today, vivid seats. Dan. Congratulations to Dave Roberts and the rest of his fellow Red Sox for winning the World Series big weekend both fits magic. And the red rifle are back on Friday. I woke up at one to go to the bathroom. The baseball game was still on went back to bed woke up again at two forty AM to go to the bathroom. The baseball game was still on baseball clearly has a problem. And I clearly have a bladder problem. So I'm watching game three of the World Series. And who do I see with Jerry Jones his hand up? The back of his shirt Jason Garrett. Good to see Jason Gary is really burning the midnight oil while taking in a seven hour baseball game. You know what? Florida state hit do you know, Dan, what they hit rock bottom. Regime on Rondo passing up a wide open layup in a three point game with over six seconds to go raise on the JR Smith is strong. And you it today's NFL headed into the fourth quarter. The jets had three points, and they total of ninety eight yards. I hate them. Twenty to thirty one hundred seventy eight yards one touchdown the Alex Smith experience twenty four thirty four three hundred three yards. Four touchdowns the Patrick Mahomes experience, Patrick Mahala, fame, two and a half seasons with LeBron. Tyron Lou was one twenty eight at seventy seven with three trips to the finals and one title. It's six games without him Lewis, Owen six with one trip to the unemployment line. Tyron loser, just me. Or did Joe? Buck call every game over the weekend of fairly certain if someone looked into it. They would find some sort of communication device in the ear of Dave Roberts Seahawks. Punter Michael Dixon, could scoot. Carolina panthers. Have that? Look these second. Ryan fitzpatrick. Was it cert- it into the game? Does Shawn Jackson took back his request to be traded. Adrian Peterson is a young thirty three. James Winston New York Giants. Collision course, Bill Polian. The only guy on the ravens roster who looked like an NFL quarterback. Yesterday was Lamar Jackson wherever you find. Todd haley. You'll also find tension the tea in Todd Haley stands for tension. You agree. Right. Wherever he goes. There's tension with the head coach aid never the head coach. He's not head coach, but cereal, but he brings. Attention. Jameis Winston was rooting against the bucks. No one does just enough to save their job better or more often than Marvin Lewis at five twenty yesterday. My daughter asked me if the jets lost my response Emma is today Sunday if so there's a good chance. The jets lost. I hate them. Halftime Niners five cardinals three perfect Todd Gurley. Top ten catch of all time. Mo- alley. Cox top ten name of all time. Kevin Durant saying he's not thinking about free agency. But is thinking about the money. He's going to get in free agency. All in the same interview. K D the stugatz eight strong, and you it appears Todd Gurley had the Packers plus seven and a half and the under Green Bay Packers. You have the best quarterback whoever lived down to with an eternity left. Catch the ball fall on the ground rare week, Dan where it appears. No one lost a football. Whenever people have questions about how an offense. That is good. That wasn't supposed to be very good light. They do this season with the Carolina Panthers. The answer is always and forever. North Turner SEC coming down to the obvious fourteen. Alabama Georgia LSU and Kentucky Marvin Lewis after the game told his team where we wanna go. There are no shortcuts and where Marvin Lewis wants to go age just foreign off to get another contract extension fits magic is like the mcrib goes away for long stretches. It's a special exciting event when it returns, you a joy it initially. But you know, in the long run, you're probably going to pay for it seems to be a rule that a World Series cannot be played without David freeze. I have a feeling Mike Zimmer didn't vite that fumble at the. The first hand you don't what the K and Kershaw stands for not clutch. David was finally worth the price. What happened there? Dave Roberts, Boston mayor. He to the city ceremony. Collision course, free drinks for life in Boston for both Steve Pearce at Clayton Kershaw. If nepotism has a look it would look like the Austin rivers tribute video. You know, what the K Kershaw stands for no rings at three and five. The Indianapolis Colts are back in the mix. The big hurt is a big flop as a broadcaster. If you're looking for a quick Halloween costume, find yourself some horn put on a headset and a Baylor polo. And I guarantee you you'll look like the most terrifying demon currently residing in how then those other weekend observations. I almost had to interrupt the weekend survey the weekend observations are never interrupted. They take precedent over everything except the magic creative content which is always undefeated. But we have Chuck solitaire. Oh from the bottom of the ESPN news gathering vehicle owa. Yeah. He is sent out an important news torpedo. It's an update of the accused spokesman has confirmed this agreement to the Associated Press. So we no longer need to attribute to report team spokesman herald Kaufman confirms to the Associated Press that baseball agent Brodie van wagon has agreed to switch roles and become GM of the New York met. I met. They couldn't get any general manager because nobody wants to work for the wilpon, and they have no money, and they have no direction and their future is Only Tim Tiba. And so they just took somebody who is an agent who they weren't giving money to because they're not giving money to any of the agents because they're not signing anybody, and they're like you wanna be our GM. Instead, an old Brodie van wagon is stepping into the Mets general manager. He has to be like a third, right? There's no way he's not. He's like the twelfth choice. Do you think that he's a third or fourth? Von wagon, the third didn't we didn't. We can do this show. All ready people in sports whose name connotes Butler. The David loved the Davis. Love the third win that or did somebody else to name sounds like a like a Butler? I'm not certain Davis. Love the third one at Davis. Love the third doesn't sound like the Butler. It sounds like someone the Butler is waiting on and same for the new Mets GM who has one of the more ridiculous names. I've ever wrote even wagon the third then Gordon. Is a Butler. Yeah. But in Gordon, yeah. No, I feel like it's a Butler your butlers either named Ben or Gordon. It's not. It's not Ben. And Gordon, you got to Butler's one's named Ben the others named Gordon. Time to pay for the deal we make with the dental. Alfred morris. That. Thank you. I appreciate it. I appreciate because the Butler and Batman is, of course may Morris. Getting into the Halloween spirit. I can say that Stu gods is ghoul an evil spirit on a quest. Steal your soul. Unless you have blend cameras, then you can catch him because it's got this soul detecting thing that helps keep the Scots from being able to steal your soul. Albert haynes? Word sounds like about does he Albert Hanes does sound but law of it, right? Does Albert Haynes with put this on the podium? Does Albert's pains worth a sound like a Butler more than Adam silver looks like a Butler in a haunted mansion or you could put Chris came in place of unem- silver about Thaddeus young? That's a good one. That is young. But I think with with Albert Hanes worth the butlers. Aim is just Hanes worth right? That's correct. Only by his last name or Bert or just Albert Jeffrey Hammonds. Fresh France, Danta donlevatar, I would absolutely take down my own school as a journalist. If I find out that there was financial aid problems. Where are you kidding me? I'm not hiding that story. I totally leverage that information for money felony blackmail. Stugatz. He's got to be the only radio personality in America who freely admits. Yeah, I'd commit. No, that's the natural. Good. You got to go all the other spots have been taken. He's like serving the landscape on where can I plant my flag? I got this one right? Nobody else wants this. Why is there? No one here. Well, this looks like such a great land. I could just claim all fraud and crime worked out well for these live at our show with this Stu gods on ESPN radio. I think the key to athletes whose names sound like a Butler is being able to use both the first and the last name, for example. Chad Pennington sounds both sound like Chad and Pennington both sound like butlers. So two though does Chauncey and Billips. So gamma put it on the poll at lebatardshow, Instagram and Twitter who sounds more like a Butler, Chad Pennington like the name of a Butler or Transi Billips. Also was one of those swings and misses last night from the Red Sox off of the bat of David price. Because I think it was I think Clinton Kershaw miss too batch yesterday with his fastball and one of them. What is Mike Ryan shaking a fist about what did you? What happened Mike was there? A trade. What was their news? What's happening here? Once a news torpedo what happened in a minute. Why is Mike Ryan, wait a minute? Mike Ryan is yes, he's celebrating. There's news here somewhere. Wait a minute. Hold on Chuck's Latourelle has sent something. What happens? I have no idea. This is two in one day. This is a record rare is the day where we get to tour pitas joke from a mobile alert tweet of Adam Schefter. It's not no, no Chuck to the punch on this one up and. The Browns have fired huge accent. Loss of power struggle with Todd Haley, there was a power struggle. He lost the power struggle. The plan is come together Williams and Haley have pushed huge accent out who's the interim isn't Haley or Williams are both Williams into disguise. I hope it's Bob Wiley, actually, the dude with the huge gap. Oh, the guy who when he says hut hut. It undulated has an undertone. All right. But he also coaches the offensive line. And I don't know if you saw Sunday, you don't want that guy in charge of anything. Well, this is one of the things. That's always interesting to me when we do our analysis poorly on quarterbacks to guts, I don't think you can watch what happened yesterday in saints Vikings and ignore that a we've told you that the Vikings are on a historic pace to allow their quarterback to be pressured more than any quarterback in the history of quarterbacks and he was pressured on forty nine percent of his dropbacks yesterday. Cousins was. He had a wide receiver. Fumble a ball in their red zone that led to a saints TV and a wide receiver who stopped on a shallow cross that led to a pick six this while drew Brees sits back there. And no one gets near him because he gets rid of the ball so quickly. Yep. We have no idea. What we're watching every Sunday. We don't I mean, some people do very few people do but for the most part, none of us. So we just don't see that. I just don't think that much of the analysis today outside of the places that do events advanced metrics is pointing out that what happened in that Minnesota game. The thing that will derail Minnesota is. It's offense of line. They are getting a cousins pressured, and they're going to get him hurt and Mike Ryan has a radiant post-coital smile on his face because Hugh Jackson has been fired breaking news, ladies and gentlemen. The coach of the Cleveland Browns who how many wins they have Mike this season twice twice as many. So so a great season. So far his best. Season. How do you fire a coach inbound who's having his best season of Hugh Jackson's career? I'm not radiant, look, I'm not a huge action pan. Obviously who will get the record. But I'm pretty sure what happened was as Schefter tweeted that I was in the middle of a segment should the Browns fire. Hugh Jackson, and I'm keeping an eye to see if they've pivoted because that's interesting to happen in the middle of television. Hugh Jackson as the first coach fired is a bit of a surprise. I thought Jason Garrett had become a front runner, right? That means Vegas. You're not allowed to say. Hugh Jackson being fired as surprise. But I mean. You cannot say that it's not a surprise be terrible to be on that debate desk. And you're the guy saying now you should stick with you Jackson like as this news is breaking I've never lost quicker. Andre wadsworth. Wadsworth is good. I don't I think Mike has blasphemed against the news torpedo because those are only fired by Chuck solid tour from the bottom of the the ship. You're not allowed to do that through Adam Schefter anybody else? There's only one submarine captain. Does the submarine avocado? What's the what's it called? Commander commander. What is it? Somebody helped me out somebody who is a sub piloted by is that a captain regardless. This is an actual solid Toro. Torpedo news torpedo giving content to the entire company. Fox's someday four twenty five game between the Rams and Aaron Rodgers out rated it's eight PM. World series. Football is pretty large cash. More of the Dan Le Batard show with. Stugatz. Ten to one eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN news. Geir? Mo can you put it on the bowl plays as a submarine, captain, Admiral or commandeered? I don't know what verb is for handling is piloted is it is driving no of boat. Sometimes some people say they drive a boat. What do you think it is? I don't know. I don't know. I'm gonna guess. Admiral I want to say captain, though. Well, what was Gene Hackman in? Crimson tide. That's usually the place. I go to answer submarine. Questions Denzel Washington was the Exo. Was gene though. I think he was captaining. That's regardless. We'll get an answer to the hunt for Red October. Yeah. He was captain Ramsey. Now is there anyone on that submarine higher than Gene Hackman the captain Ramsey though? I don't believe Gene Hackman was the highest ranking officer. 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It's someone's going to get bitten Mike grind just sitting around waiting to see who the interim coach of the Cleveland Browns is is. So you're saying that Hugh Jackson lost the power struggle to Todd hailing and Greg Williams. And now we're going to see who wins between Greg Williams and Taty. Nobody loses a power struggle to Todd Haley, Todd Haley exists to lose power struggle. Hear what you have an epoch we bed coach here. What it on the poll? Guillermo does Todd Haley exist. To lose power struggles and lose all power struggles. So Chris Simms with us. He's our football analyst. He helps us out with all football things. So give us your power rankings right now. Sims like the teams that are best in the NFL. Do you have you have any surprises in there? Or are you just going to grab the five obvious ones? No. I mean, I think before obvious ones are for sure, you know, whatever order you want to put them in. I would probably go. Rams patriots saints chief something along those lines right there and then the fifth team. Hey, it's it's up for grabs. But I I would I would go with the Carolina Panthers. I think the Carolina Panthers are truly flying under the radar right now. I mean, it's Cam Newton. They have some weapons some young weapon finally at of disposal Olson's back, and then they have a good defense. So they would be the team that. I will look at that. Everyone's at least us sleeping on. And then you got the chargers and the Houston Texans kind of emerging in that conversation as well. With with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The texans. What are you doing throwing the Texans SIMS online out of your mind? What are you doing throwing the Texans in there? Yeah. I'm told him in there because of two two things we're seeing the we're seeing that the Shawn Watson that we saw from last year a little bit. He's you know, he went through some early season struggles, he was still, overcoming the AC L tear dealing with all that. But the other thing that I just find encouraging I should say three things are run game has come along. And then they got started on their defensive front seven when you'd get JJ watt je w on clowney of Whitney mercilus playing at the level. They are right now. You know, I look at them as a team that, you know, against some of those high octane offenses they're going to have a formula of weaken run four and drop seven into pass coverage because these front four guys are freak the nature. And they can get after the quarterback a little bit. And that's a great advantage to have especially against the New England and the Kansas City Chiefs of the world. What do you do if you're the bucks? Chris. I would start Ryan Fitzpatrick. I I mean, I think I think Scott so they were way too quick to pull the pull the cord on Fitzpatrick in that Chicago Bears first half game. I mean, I check the rule book in that game. And the defense was allowed to stop the Chicago Bears on at least one or two plays in the first half. So I know Fitzpatrick wasn't great. But damn the bears ran the four same plays the whole first half and scored thirty something points, and they pulled Ryan Fitzpatrick like he was the problem. And you know, Winston has done nothing to show me that he has changed his thought process or knowing what he's capable and not capable of at quarterback. It's just always a turnover. It's pushing the limit too far and holding the ball too long with a fumble whatever it may be. But he's reckless and we saw it's magic emerged there in the second half. Last yesterday when you mentioned Carolina and their skill guys is are you talking about someone other than McCaffrey you like they're they're young receivers? I do I like this DJ more kit a lot he's kind of like, a let's say a Steve Smith type of guy, Dan, where I it's it's like a wide receiver and running back body, and he is extremely explosive after the catch he can break tackles, it'll be five eleven two hundred and fifteen pounds. That's not like your normal makeup for a wide receiver and you see him doing like the speed sweets and things like that. You know, he's he is a true weapon. And then, you know, you coupled along with McCaffrey like you're saying and the Cam Newton factor, which you know, people underestimate Cam Newton because he doesn't throw for four hundred yards and three three three touchdown passes. Every week. It's the stress that he puts on a defense is what you can't quantify because of okay, we have to worry about Cam Newton throwing fifty yard rifles down the. Field. And then we have to worry about Cam Newton designed run plays between the tackles. And oh, yeah. There's a McCaffrey element. But damn Cam Newton could keep it out the back door run for forty yards Dara's. Well, and that's the greatness of Cam Newton your hamstrung defensive coordinator at what you can. And can't do because you have to worry about the other elements that that Cam Newton bring to the table. Always. It's being reported yesterday that Montgomery over the wishes of his coaching staff. He'd been ordered to stay in the end zone. And he didn't and Mike Sylvia is saying that he was upset on the series before that because he was taken out. How common is that? Chris. How common is that kind of insubordination like not common at all. I mean, especially for a guy like time on Gumri who's not exactly like, you know, a star studded player for that offense. I mean, he's you know, a rotational running back. You know, I would question one. Why did they even throw out there to return the kick after he threw a fit, you know? Series or two before that when they took him out, and he was angry, and then too I would just go. What the hell are you thinking time on Gumri? I mean, you know, Aaron Rodgers will the ball with two minutes left and the and the game is about more guaranteed thing than Michael Jordan, hit a fadeaway jumper with five seconds left on the clock. I mean, come on you guys have seen it. I mean, that's why waters by number one quarterback on the list. And he's my number one quarterback of all time because he can just make it happen. It doesn't matter. What no-name receivers he got Valda scalding or whoever it may be. He's a magic, man. And that's where I just can't believe it. And I think that's why you're hearing all this backlash on the Packers because they're pissed off. And they knew that they had a chance to steal one out and LA those Dhamma cows games magic fan. I mean, don't you dare. Did you that? I was waiting for it. I was. Mcaliskey banner with you. He's Baker Mayfield. Good Baker Mayfield is good. Yes. I got a lot of hope for really all these young quarterback to this point. You know that none of them have great supporting cast. You know, Cleveland? It's a lot of things. I mean, okay. Who do you who you really scared of in that receiving group right now? I mean, I know they got Jarvis Landry. But you guys have seen him down there in Miami. He's not a guy. That's like oh gosh. We got a double cover. I'm or are you gonna run by us for eighty are touchdown. He's kind of a work. The middle of the field. Does all the little things, you know, they'll work in progress there run game they're defenses stunk this year, and he's a rookie learning on the job. But I still do believe in him and really the other four that are starting to. I mean, I've liked everything that I've seen from them to this point, you know, the poor Josh is in Arizona and buffalo. They got no help around them. So that's not going to be pretty for the most part and Sam darnold. Same thing for him, though offense is banged up. And you know, they don't get a lot of help around him right now either. But I think they're all you know, on the right? Your victory. Again, you can download and listen to the Simpson left go podcasts. It's available on apple podcasts. He's Chris Simms. Thank you for making time for sir. We appreciate it anytime guys be good to have a good one sneakers donlevatar, America's fastest growing sports shows to God's because when you start from zero and you have one viewer you're growing fast, these libertas show with Stu gods on ESPN radio. So David Sampson comes on with us every week and reviews movies. And we talk about baseball stuff with him and all sorts of nonsense. What is what is the movie you're reviewing for us this week? He's the former president of the Marlins who's under contract with the Marlins for a few more days. And then after that he's allowed to say the honest truth about everything so we are going to be able to talk to him once he coming through here. Mike onc- coming through to sit down and for an unemployed dude this dude, schedule is crazy. So he's actually coming in studio in December. But we are going to have him on. During the local hour on Thursday to celebrate the end of his contract. So he can totally be honest with us all hell's going to break loose. All right. So what's the movie you're reviewing for us this week, David? Bit of a melancholy mood. And what do you do on your melancholy you go right for Chris Farley? There was a documentary made called I am Chris Farley. And what I did is. I watched a double feature of black sheep followed by Tommy boy. And then I watched the documentary, and then I watched the best of Chris Farley for SNL. And I had about five hours of absolute Steria, followed by an hour of complete sadness. If not crocodile hears about the absolute tragedy of his early death this documentary, they got everyone to talk about him. And he had a life like, Robin Williams. Actually, he was just struggling always making people laugh putting on a show. And it turns out if demons just got the best of them. And you know, when you're down naked and dead in Chicago. It means the demons one I've found that documentary. To be a little too glancing. It was done by his brother who is also trying to be a standup comic, but not really succeeding at it. And I didn't love the documentary. I thought because I thought there wasn't a lot there with Chris Farley other than he wasn't doing a lot of thinking he wasn't doing a lot of interesting. He was just craving attention. So we talked about the Robin Williams documentary come inside my mind, which was an outstanding movie about the life of Robin Williams done very very well. This is not that documentary about Chris Farley. This is just interviews with people like, Dan ackroyd, and Adam Sandler and other comedians like that talking about what it was like and David Spade. What it was like to be with Chris Farley to basically, everyone was a straight man when you're with Chris Farley. And you you think about John Belushi, you think about all the great comedians who seem to be so tortured, and you realize in order for them to be what they are the physicality of their comedy when they don't die young. They turn into Chevy Chase. And when they do die young it becomes tragic. So it's an interesting thing to think about it's worth seeing. What can you tell us about this tweet that you sent out? You were you're down on Scott bores the agent for Bryce Harper, and you wrote on Twitter if Harper is not a national next year. Scott bores should be sanctioned for rules violations. What Scott Boris finally may have done it. He may have outdone himself which shocking given every time lives move. He's line. But this time he said something crazier than ever he announced yesterday that Bryce Harper had a deal in place a done deal as she said as the three agents will against what he's not a free agent until the World Series ended and the World Series had not ended at the time. So the only team that he can have signed with is the Washington nationals. So I am brain that. He doesn't go to the nationals because then Boris. We'll be Sankt asking should be. I'm not to court. He becomes the GM of a team, which he claims that he could do any time you want. Well, what do you make of this trend? The the Mets just hired an agent as their general manager. No one of the job. Well, it's unreal. The fact that you know, I've dealt with Brody for years and years. He's got a bunch of players who are Mets it. Interesting. Just think about the conflict. He's going to walk into a meeting with Jeff wilpon and say, listen, shake to Brom has a little bit of a shoulder issue really has a problem here. And there we should not be doing a long term deal with him. Whereas a week ago. He would have gone into see Jeff wilpon and said, listen, I want thirty million a year for degrom over a seven year deal and don't trade him extend him right now. So he's got information on a bunch of players, and it's it's going to be very hardy claim that there'll be no no conflict, but that's like telling someone to unlearn what they already know and not be biased and it's impossible. But how how can they not how can he not have a conflict of interest? Like, how can he be the GM giving the contract and? The agent negotiating the contract. It can't be both Kennedy. Not both. We're not going to be the agent beating the other guy that DA Jeff berry is going to take over his clients. So just think about this phone call. He had to call. Jacob degrom the way he would call and say, hey, you're about to read my name in the paper. I'm about to be your G M. I eight it's the craziest thing ever, and then bore. It's really did the topper. Instead, I would never do that. But I've been offered many times to take over a team. Well, I've been around thirty team owners for eighteen years, and I am willing to bet a boxing match with him. Rounds in the ring for charity, and he had never been offered. A job by any team in major league baseball. Wow. All right. We'll see I think SAM's. It would take would take Boris to the woodshed. I really don't. But I'm I'm here for the marathon, man. I know he would he would have a stamina advantage on Boris. But the the height and everyone has a high davantage on David. I mean, that's not fair. Okay. But reach would have hold on it took Mr. wait a minute. That was six minutes before the first hike jokes do well played. That's making fun of anybody about their height is pretty good Boris is sixty five man. Samson clean is Kalac. Put it on the poll Ghirma who wins a fight for two rounds for charity between Scott bores and David Samson. Now that I have never with the mouth. I have in my life. I've never been punched. And I've never thrown a punch I've been able to talk my way out of any problem. I am surprised by that. I am surprised that someone hasn't punched you in the face. Yes. With your mouth that is a bit of a surprise. Can you explain to us? Can you have a story of dealing with the Mets, and then realizing they have no money. Not that they have no money. That's I don't believe that the issue what they have is. They're trying to figure out how to run their team. It's very hard when you in my view of them in and I like Fred very much. You always felt like the ugly stepchild to the Yankee. And so he becomes very reactive instead of proactive, and I don't think he should ever feel that way the Yankees have obviously been more successful and the met simply haven't. But there's a lot of weird dynamics that go on with the Mets. I just remember what the Marlins when we eliminated them from the playoffs those two years in oh seven or eight or nine they felt the beaten before the first pitch was even thrown. And that's that's sort of did their story in New York. They feel beating their fans feel beaten and this GM signing to me. It's mel's of desperation, which obviously is a sense that I know. Well, how is it though that they were turned down for? So that used to be a coveted job like how is it that they got turned down by everybody. That's rhetorical. I assume. It's not. I mean, I know that they're mismanaged and they don't have direction, but still they're only a few of those GM jobs. A lot of people want those jobs, but maybe they want the ability to actually be the. Yeah. Okay. Good point good point. We'll leave you on that note. We'll talk to you next week Samson. All right. The you can listen to the Dan lebatardshow with the stugatz. Thank to one eastern on ESPN radio and you can wash on ESPN news.

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Ep 43: Stay Mad with Rebecca Traister

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Ep 43: Stay Mad with Rebecca Traister

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Well, you commented on how clean my bathroom looked. So I'm gonna Sam doing pretty good because I have purged product story, Kate I've seen your bathroom through many incarnations. I've watched as the products seem to multiply like literally gremlin like the hamsters that we have when I was in fifth grade. One day. There's one moisturizer? The next day there's forty and they're eating. Some of the bigger ones being the little ones. You know, what your bathroom looks amazing? Well, I decided I had so many products that I did a really big purge and I'm doing kind of like a. I don't call like a garage sale. But I'm doing a sale of my like half used products that I've collected and I'm donating and matching all the money from it. So I'm gonna donate to a progressive candidate here in California who I'm supporting and her name's Julia peacock. Okay. Great. She's an educator running for congress. Yeah. Some cool. So I was just trying to figure out ways that I could you know, one spread products around two people to help clean out my clutter. Yeah. And three like get his support candidates and get more involved because I'm trying to do some phone making in texting. But it's it's just challenging with my schedule and managing Ray stuff. So this is my little way of doing it. If you're a friend. You know, what this podcast will of aired probably after my purchase done. But yeah, I'm take donating everything matching everything I love. They will make an impact rate idea. I have to tell you though, it is kind of funny. Not funny about like people have come over. And I have had those like mixed feelings of regret for getting rid of some of my product. Because I like everything I've bought for the most part everything I've purchased for myself. I really like that I've gone overboard, right? I've entered a dark place having too many thing. Right. And so what's your strat gonna be going forward? I reintroduced by little Spinney wheel products Spinney wheel back onto my bathroom. But I have selectively curated what is in my bathroom and everything else. I have put away and kind of stored. So I have still not that many serums to choose I'm sticking to a pretty consistent regimen. Rather than doing the thing? I do or it's like one day, I'm trying this. And the next day. I'm trying that I'm sticking to a lineup. And I'm also trying to measure the effectiveness of what I'm using great feeling pretty good about it. And then do you think that you will rebuy stuff at the end of this? Like the stuff that you run out of. Yes, I do. Okay. Well, it's might be a little too early on some of the things, but I will give you a preview that I have been using a bottle of Vintner's daughter who for about a week. Okay. Which was very generously. Given to us by the company. Yes. Thank you. Vincent Vintner's daughter. And I will be honest with you Dorie, I didn't want to love one hundred and eighty five dollar bottle of face oil. I don't blame you because that's a lot of money even though after speaking to the founder like are they put a lot of effort, and and quality. So woman owned company me too. But I have to say I feel like I've texted you like fifty times. Holy shit, my skin now, I'm also using the ordinary retinol, which I talked about last which is not a cost one hundred eighty five all kind of balances out also, and I didn't pay for this bottle to either complaining about price. I haven't paid for it. But I'm in a space where I'm like, oh my God. I like this am I going to have to do this again. So that's kind of what I'm dealing with. If you are. No, you'll be able to see how long it lasts. That's what that's what I meant. I'm just experimenting mode. But for example, a used that last night. And then I put my retinal on top of it. Because it merely you're supposed to put your retinal on top of moisturizer to help it sink in better. Who knew I do. So you know, that's where I'm at. Okay. I'm enjoying that product. You know, just trying everything figuring out what works for me. But yeah, here I am. Well, I did notice that your bathroom. Look great. The other thing I do want to tell you is that I. I got this. Thank you, by the way, my bathroom. I I have been using a makeup forever. BB cream sample had gone from my old friend safaris, MS safaris, and I love it. I know nothing about makeup forever. Do you use it? I've never used it. It's been around forever. Are we going clever it with them and start makeup forever? Thirty five. Oh my God. Genius. I mean, look anywhere. I can just combine the words forever. I've never tried their products. I just had this random sampling around. And I did the color match. That's available. I think on the Sephora website, and I had the color. So I was like, okay. Let's just start who'll in my skin looked like a just a dream pillow. I'm not wearing it right now. But it was just. I have never gotten super into BB cream is this something I should get into. I have to say I'm kind of coming back to be cream. Okay. A lot of times. I just want a little something on my skin. Yes. Most BB creams have SPF in them, which is really great. So you kind of I don't have an SPF moisturizer? Right. I have a separate sunscreen product. So I kind of just like slapping it on makes your skin just gives it kind of like evens it out because it a nice look. And then you get your us PF in there, and a friend of mine, I'm going to forget the name I have to look it back up, but a friend of mine recommended one that they love that. I also wanna try, but right now just again trying to work through what I already own when I run out of everything I own I'm going to sample some more BB creams. I think BB cream is a great way to go. It's not a foundation. It's just a little, you know, it's like it's like, I just missed it. You know what? I mean. I do know what you mean. Just never got into it missed brought let's my boozer. She big blind are too. But you know, how like all of a sudden all the world was like cool bra Hodel when did bad happened. Yeah. I do. But yes, I mean, I'm in the same boat as you. But yeah, I get I get that. You were also you are very committed to that Armani. I've does so committed to it. Maybe now is the time to give you the time that I haven't I haven't been wearing foundation in months, I like, a sunscreen uses son Tegernsee, and it's tinted sunscreen. So that's also an option. Okay. Just a little tint. All right. Good to know as you like to say, a little Jewish a little just just touch of judge touches need. How is it going over there? My friend who's dealing with continued barf continued barf town over here. Had a good week. I did I this. This fetus keeps tricking me into thinking that the worst is over. And then it's like. We were in San Francisco last weekend to do this wired twenty-five thing for excellent adventure. And I threw up I woke up around midnight and threw up, and I was like, maybe it was that it was because I didn't really eat enough at dinner. I just had. It didn't really have an appetite for anything that we on the menu the place that we went to watch the Red Sox game. And I just had mashed potatoes and tomato soup, and I threw up it was probably the dinner. It didn't feel great. But like whatever couple couple days. Go by exact same thing happens. I get up at midnight. I'm like, oh, no. I don't feel so good. I throw up and then the same thing happened last night. So now it's been three times in the last like five days. So and it's always at midnight. That's very eerie. It's just like you're wear wolf of barf. I don't know what's going on. I mean, the the good news is that I don't feel that bad during the day. And my appetite has come back a lot like I'm eating a wider variety of things, and I had been somehow that and I do sort of feel more like myself in general, but this weird midnight bar thing is like not super fun. Do you feel frustrated when people refer to these early pregnancy symptoms as morning sickness? Like, I feel like we've been using the term pregnancy sickness which is more accurate. Yes. Because I find it like one you're throwing up in at night. Yeah. But to it's a continued feeling. It's not like. Yeah. Sick from six AM to ten AM. And then everything gets better. Yeah. I get frustrated into sort of like its not morning sickness. It's like all the time. Excuse me, all the time sickness. So you know, whatever, my you're handling my life is fine. I feel I just feel generally so much better than I did like a month ago. Good that I'm like, okay. If like if I end up barf every other night at midnight, it sucks, but it's not as bad as not being able to get out of bed. Yes. No. You are. Yes. You have it in perspective. It sounds like. Yeah. So I'm trying to keep it in perspective. So that's kind of where I'm at physically. I've also been going to prenatal yoga, which I enjoy at your prenatal yoga class. Does everyone go around and share how far along they are? And like are the I remember when I went like, the forty one we were like the seniors to cool seniors us new pregnant for like the freshman the first class, I went to someone had brought her like two and a half month old baby. And she because she was like a graduate of the class. And then yes that cost actually a lot of people at really ran the gamut from someone was eight weeks to like thirty nine weeks on the today. There was a smaller class, and but someone was like thirty nine weeks and also someone was thirty one weeks with twins. Wow. Cool. So yes. So that was nice just to kind of see other presidents and also be like, okay. The way I'm feeling is not weird. It's comforting to be around pregnancy. Totally. And also, you know, having gone through all this issue and infertility I do kind of like this feeling of like, oh, well now, I'm just another pregnant person. That's interesting. You know, like blending into the crowd. I'll lending into the crowd. I don't have to start my story by being like, I did I via for two years. It's just like, no, I'm thirteen weeks pregnant. Yeah. Have you met any other friends who are pregnant VIV f? Have you connected with anybody? I have a close friend who does not live here, but she is also pregnant VIV of and then I have another close friend who is pregnant with. She's exactly my age. She did three rounds of you. I and she's about to start IVF. And then she got pregnant which are those like one of those like annoying miracle baby stories you hate, but because she's such a close friend of mine like I'm so happy for her. And she was just as shocked as everyone else. So she is also pregnant, which is nice we text. She's not. She's also she also doesn't live here. So. Yeah. So I feel like I'm an you introduced me to some of your pregnant friend send an Email at titled we'll pregnant. Yeah. And we've everyone has chimed in. Oh, good. And we're sort of all like so excited to meet you all, but no one's like actually. Here. We are to be like here a bunch of people, you all know me and you're pregnant by I do feel like, you know, it's nice to just kind of have that. And. Yeah, so it is I guess I'm like about to enter my second trimester. So it's like really starting to feel like this is like actually happening. In other family news. We went to bow. My dogs. I've not forgotten about bo-. We hadn't point with his veterinary behaviorist yesterday. It was supposed to be just like a follow up appointment, but I brought up you know, that we're having a child my vet is also pregnant gosh. Everybody, and it was actually really good because I am nervous about the whole situation. Acclimate it, and I think Matt. He he was just sort of like, I think his attitude is generally like, we'll do great. And it's like he might but we have to get him there. And so I think it was really good for him to hear from the vet like. No like you. You know, you probably can't have them in the car at the same time. Interesting. Like, you can't just like her ever. Or is it just kind of getting the dog acclimated to the baby. I think she is like she's pretty strict of just like you don't want to put the dog in a situation that could end up badly. And then she was like an know if you're if you're walking bow. Like one person can't push stroller and walk Bowe. Oh, gosh. Yeah. That seems very hard. And if you walk him together bowheads to be behind the baby. So that if he freaks out because he sees the dog in the neighborhood that he doesn't like he has an enemy in the neighborhood. He has he has one real arch enemy this medium size fluffy white dog. Beliefs threatening looking dog you'd ever imagine hate the boat goes ballistic when he sees this dog like it's bananas and their two other dogs in the neighborhood who he also dislikes but slight to a slightly lesser degree this other dog, he just goes insane. And so in a couple of times in his efforts to get to this dog. He's inadvertently sort of like nipped the person who's walking him. And so her point is like you don't want him to freak out and he's not going to deliberately trying to attack the right, right? You don't want anything to have don't put them in the joke. But I'm in a situation that's going to be bad for him. So I think that was good for Matt to here. It is lot. Introducing a pet to child law. I mean I had to do with eight pound cat. And that was a thing. Yeah. And the cat was resentful. Right. So a big dog. Yeah. So, you know, and there's going to be people coming in and out of the house and so. The thing that she's been telling us for like a year, which we have not done is muzzled like we have to muzzle train him. So that he gets comfortable wearing a muzzle, you know, in any situation, and we just haven't been consistent about it. And she was like you've gotta do it. And so I think that finally has sunk in and you have like a deadline, and we have a deadline, right? Like if a hard deadline, so that I think it was a productive. A productive meeting. Well, you you are good pet. Owners thing pet ownership is no joke. No. It's not. Yeah. It's a lot of work sometime, and dogs are complicated. They are they really have spirits of all their own. They really do. And Bo, you know, our vet is always like he's come so far. And that's a testament to you guys. And you know, he's really smart. But like, he's really smart and sometimes the smarter dogs are like the harder one. Yeah. A deal with. She's like have a big dumb, golden retriever. I mean, you see what I'm dealing with over here. 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So everyone knows who you are if they don't already which I feel like they probably do because you come up in our Facebook group all the time. Rebecca tracer is the author of the new book good and mad the revolutionary revolutionary power of women's anger. She is a writer at large for New York magazine, a national magazine award winner, and she has written about women in politics media and entertainment from a feminist perspective for the new Republic and salon and has contributed to the nation. The New York observer of the New York Times, the Washington Post vogue glamour Emory, Claire, she's the author of all the single ladies and the award winning big girls don't cry and she lives in New York with her family. Hi, hi, Hulo higher. So happy you're here. And her new book is truly a masterpiece that everyone should read. Yeah. And might I suggest men read it. Yeah. Yeah. That was when I was writing it, and my husband was reading it. He was like he's like, I remember it. And I'm gonna like I want men men need to read this book. I'm learning too much. And I was like good luck. Honey. I mean, I say this our podcast, which is our I think our audiences predominantly women identified, but you know, what share it with a man, you know. Yeah, I will say that the men who have read it. In addition to my husband. Actually have liked it. Like, it's not, you know, it's it's there's nothing in it that they shouldn't that they wouldn't like. Yeah. I think that the men that I've spoken to obviously, a self selected group of people who have gone out read my book, and then contact me. They've been largely positive but in a good. I mean, they said that it's it's it's helped them understand what's happening around us differently. Yeah. Can you talk a little bit about the Genesis of the book, and you say in the book that you had gone the book deal and then me to happen. And then you wrote it in four months. Yeah. Well, it was it was it was the disjuncture of that was even more intense. I thought of the book I thought of like looking at the world considering it via the sort of through line of women's anger, meaning looking at American history and the history of social and progressive movements in this country, looking at our contemporary, political situation and looking forward through the thinking about women and the and their anger and the pressures on us not to express it the censure that we get when we express it. The backlash that that comes our way and the way that even despite all that women's anger has been so catalytic in terms of the transformative movements that have sort of reshaped the nation. And I. Thought of that in January like Christmas new years twenty sixteen twenty seventeen and I was like I'm going to write this book. This is an suddenly it was like everything clicked into place. These are issues I've been reading about for years, and my journalism, and even some of my other books without ever thinking of it as anger being an organizing principle. Oh my God. This makes so much sense terrific. I went out I got the book deal. So the idea for the book and really me jotting down notes that is kind of the outline of what turns out to be the book, that's January. It's an advance of the women's March that I think I'm going to do this. The women's March. Then the next week they're the airport protests, which are dominated by women and the public interest lawyers sixty percent of whom are female in the country. Sort of pushing through some of the legal obstacles to the Muslim ban that Trump puts in place, then there's the healthcare fight that spring where of course, the activism came from. So many women writing postcards and making calls and applying pressure to the senators enough that they voted not to repeal the ACA then the historic number of women running for office. So this is all happening, and and the plan when I got the book deal was I'm going to write it during the Trump administration. I'm going to write it. Slowly, I have a fulltime magazine job that I can't afford to like take time off from. I I'm gonna write it on the side over a few years and sort of try to get this history. Right. And try to look at how it corresponds with having an as this as I'm thinking, I'm going to do this in a small way or or or small way in my daily life, these the history and the present politics are happening in boiling all around us. And then in the fall after the Harvey Weinstein story at the sort of peak of the flood of me stories, I was like, you know, what? I just have to write this quickly because there was such intensity. And even now now that it's the year anniversary, I find that. I've forgotten the visceral feeling of that period. Was like, right. I don't know if you remember it, or if you experience it in a way that was similar to how I experienced it. Yeah. But it was like a twenty four hour stomach ache for for three or four months, right? And just like feeling like your eyeballs in your ear balls in your ears were bleeding, like this is, you know, it was just so painful and also so urgent and so necessary from my perspective, and so complicated. I mean, you wrote so powerfully about the complications. And the and the nuances and contradictions, and I was like I have like this feeling I have to capture it because everything in makes us repress. What those things were like right anyway, then I decided to how to read it quickly. So I took four months off of my job and wrote it from February to June in two thousand eighteen wow. That's amazing. I wanted to go on the record saying, I'm very mad. There's a there's a moment in the book where you talk about. The ways in which women have tried to tamp down their anger by saying they're turning it into activism, which as I was reading that. It was just like looking in the mirror, and it was unsettling in the ways that I've still just made me reconsider not just anger and a cultural level, but how I've managed my own anger and not revealed it, and it was very eye-opening. This is not a question. This is just me having therapy because it was very profound reading about that. Well, I had to do reckoning with my own the trajectory of my career because when I first started writing about feminism, and this is not I don't I don't feel shame about this. I don't even feel like it was a strategic error. But when I first started writing about feminism in days when it had been like just a like, a frozen tundra of anti-feminist backlash within a mainstream media, right? Like there was catha polit at the nation. And like, yeah. That was it and a lot of younger people won't remember that. Which is a good thing. It's not like you don't remember when I walk them out. But like noon, it's good, right? But that was the area in which I had grown up forty three years old where there just wasn't any man's dream feminism in your from your newspapers or your morning shows or whatever and. In the time that I first two thousand three two thousand four I started writing about feminism and pretty rudimentary ways. Like unschooled? I'd never taken women's studies. Classes I didn't know anything about women's history. I didn't know anything about the history of the feminist movement. Like, I'd studied literature from a feminist perspective. So I knew some feminists theory, and that was about it and. Who's very rudimentary feminism. But I'm also very conscious of the fact that I made it like. And like witty, and and that doesn't mean it can't be those things. Like again, I'm not disavowing that but I took great pains. And I think that many of my contemporaries, did as well to make sure that a revived feminism of the twenty first century was like gonna be different from the caricature that had been applied to the last big interational the women's movement, which is the nineteen seventies. Which we call the second wave which had been characterized even though that movement also had all kinds of nuance complexity internal disagreement about its its trajectory humor like foul mouth, profane, vulgar hilarity like it had just been written off as angry old, bats, right? And I think that a generation that wanted to return to a feminist conversation took great pains, and I include myself here to make sure we dressed up the raw anger as not anger as like good-humored like. Irony and. You mentioned the cool girl truss in your book. And that really rang true for me. I mean, I'm only a couple of years younger than you. So I I feel like I experienced this as well. And as we were kind of coming of age there were even websites like jazz, Abell, and broadly were cool feminists websites and just took such pains to be and I love those. Yes sites. Right. But there was definitely a point of view that separated them from what had come before. Right. Right. And again, right aid, those things in part the error is not acknowledging that there was some of that spirit in what had come before too. Right. So that's part of backlash than if if the women doing reviving feminism, we're trying to obscure the anger the backlash head obscured. The good humor and the joy, and the liberation that had been attached to that feminist anger in the second wave. So a I wasn't even seeing again, I wasn't I read enough about it. I hadn't read the actual people writing my God if you read Vivian gorniak. Writing about second wave feminism it is like the language. It's language about anger that his language about love and connection and the liberation of finding shared frustrations and resentments with with other people who share your political sensibilities and not feeling isolated in the world, or or stifled in your anger. That is like some joyous release. If you watch Flo. Kennedy if you I mean, a woman who I knew relatively little about a black feminist lawyer each watch the year of the woman is a great documentary, but flow, there's all kinds of footage of flow fucking hilarious woman. You know, there was so much of that life enjoying humor in the second wave. So we growing up. Yeah. No one had ever directed us to the good parts. Killjoy? They were just feminist. Right. Man-hating sexless, you know, Femina anti fund feminazi is. Right. And so and and the dressing up the next generation as funds. So again, it's not enough Antic. There was good humor in wise ass irony. And like, and there were there are questions to be had about like heels and makeup and all this stuff. Right. But but the thing that was tamped down was the fury that runs alongside all of that? That was the thing that was consciously obscured. And I think I did that I didn't want to sound too angry because I know we all know. If you sound too angry, not only people think you're an unfunny sexless, Harrow, Herod or whatever. But like it will undermine your ability to make the point. So if you're invested in making the argument. And, you know, instinctively in your bones because you've been taught it since you were baby that if you yell or if you express ir in an unapologetic way, people won't listen to you. And so it will hurt your point. I mean in this is the that's like the Christine Blasi Ford dilemma, right? She could never we all know that she could never have raised her voice or yelled or snarled or talk back to somebody. And the way Brad Kavanagh did because it would have meant the nobody believed her. And. Whereas men and white white man, and especially powerful white man get to use anger to amplify the seriousness of their points. Right. Gonna take this microphone start pounding. So when question we have is that how can how can women come to recognize our rage as valid and as rational and not as what we are constantly told it is which is like ugly hysterical laughable, unserious nece as you. Right. So we're quoting. So a big part of it. I think is about we put so much pressure on ourselves as individual women about how we. Recognize give voice to express or repress, our anger. Right. So that's and that's just an everyday that's like going to grocery store. Like, don't don't yell at the person like who banks cart into your whatever. Right. Like, it's we're there's so much focus on how we ourselves express or don't express our feelings. So part of what I've come to think of as. I guess my anxiety about the sort of direction toward individual women about what do you do with your age, or how do you recognize it or use it or or give voice to it? Is it just adds to the number of instructions that were given all the time about like, you know, what tone to us, and what not to use and all that fundamentally all of those instructions or basically how to how to move through and how to successfully move through a system that's not built for us. Anyway. And how do you navigate and rise up through a structure that makes no room and has no respect for interest in women's anger. And it's just telling us all individually, how to navigate that structure when the real thing is what we have to do is we have to change the structure, and we have to change the system, and that's about how women's anger is received. And so the thing that I to the degree that there's something prescriptive in this book. It's not about how we as individuals express her own rage. Although there are lots of idea. About that that you might find in the book it's about starting with changing the way other women's changing the way women's rage is received which is about us as some of the receptors of that way rage. So it's about being curious about why the women around you are angry asking, and then that stuff like how do we take it seriously as rational, how do we how do we treat it as valid and politically consequential treat the anger of the women who you talk to who you work with who are your friends, or in your family, treat that be curious about it as politically serious, instructive anger. And that's part of how start hearing the anger around you differently because that's part of the system. That's so broken is how how quickly the reception of that anger gets written off its mobs. It's loudmouths look at the words that have been used in the Senate to talk about the protesters hysteria. But if masses of us who feel anger. Begin to recognize it in the people around us and treat it as a way to connect to those other people, which by the way is a side effect may permit us to give voice to our own anger more easily to right because that's one of one of the things I want to reclaim about anger. And it's not to say that it doesn't have all kinds of destructive and divisive, and you know, sort of combustible aspects to it, but it can be an incredible connector between people giving voice to anger makes us audible to each other. So that's not just about giving voice to our own anger. So in other women can hear us. It's about hearing the other woman and moving toward her and saying why are you angry and really listening to her response to agree with everything? In fact, some of what she says, you might not agree with some of it, maybe anger at you. And it's listening to that taking it seriously think for a second about the way that the mainstream media treated, the anger of the white working class man in the rust belt, right? There was correctly. And I'm not saying that this is the wrong approach. I'm saying this is the right approach. Right. The political media die. Diagnosed after the election. The fact that Hillary Clinton had not taken seriously enough, the anger of of the white white rust belt belt voters who were often envisioned as male or women who are interested in in the declining status of those of those white men and their anger was treated as diagnostic look at what their anger should have been telling us about changing technology and job loss and economic inequality and opiate addiction, right? And that's all true. That anger does point to those problems that need to be fixed. That is the correct approach to anger in a political context. We don't afford any other kind of anger that seem consideration as if it might be diagnostic and might point us toward inequities that should be addressed by our government and society. And so that's the thing. I would like to change if we could hear other angry voices as being instructive to us. Especially sorry. Go ahead. I was just gonna say especially women of color. Yes. We I just think in terms of being an ally as a white woman, it's hearing and validating anger. Well, I thought the way you wrote about race was really thoughtful an empathetic, and he wrote when black women push back against the white women who come in and take up a disproportionate amount of space when their own complaints about race complicated women's movement. It is too often black women who are framed as the ones being divisive. The state was reflected in the coverage of the women's March conflicts in which black women leading white women know that they had not invented political resistance to white patriarchy were viewed as somehow inhospitable, and I just thought, you know, this is something that I think we think about and, but it often seems like a like an unbridgeable divide. And I thought you pointed out really well that it's not well, I think that I think that the question of whether coalition. Is possible. And can be productive remains an open one. And it's always been an open one, right? And it's up to the people who are trying to participate in those those coalitions to figure out whether it's possible to move forward. Productively Audrey lords writing in the eighties in her famous essay, the uses of anger that anger between women about racial inequality within a women's movement is itself productive generative that it can provide energy to move forward. If we give full voice to it. And if we're willing to listen, then that means by listening. We're talking about white women. Are we willing to listen about the ways that we participate in profit from white supremacy in ways that have historically and continue to divide us from our the women who would be our allies? And in fact, our leaders in thought, I mean, that's the thing. It's not just about alliance. It's about looking to women of color who have often been the people who laid the intellectual league legal organizing groundwork for social movements looking to them, acknowledging them as leaders, and the people from whom we may learn yes, I have learned so much about power str-. Lectures, from the black women who have written the books that have that have taught me about how these power structures replicate themselves within coalition. So. This is so it's it's partly seeking to find leadership instruction being aware of how having more power and benefiting from white supremacy and an adjacency to white men within white patriarchy affords white women. An ability to take over spaces that in fact have been built by women of color. So so that's part of the awareness. The the other thing I would say about that. That we need to think about the person. Actually, speaking of people who've taught me about the issues that I write about and then I'm talking about. Now, Britney Cooper is one of the one of the best and most electrifying thinkers on the history of social movements and black women within intellectual and social movements. She also wrote this book this year called eloquent rage that is. Like incandescently good, so good. And she has been the person who has taught me more than anybody about something that is very useful in my mind and thinking of how these things work. So if white patriarchy is fundamentally minority rule, right? White capitalist patriarchy is fundamentally a minority group. One man given disproportionate power over a majority legally politically economically, and how does minority rule maintain itself. If you have a majority that could theoretically team up and overthrow that minority minority rule maintains itself by dividing the majority against itself. Well, how do you divide a majority against itself, you offer certain benefits to certain segments of that minority that cut them off in some way from the rest of that from the rest of that majority. So to Mana cross races is offered patriarchy. Right patriarchal power within relationships within families within workplaces economic power. Our? And that makes certain numbers of men more likely to support a power system from which they benefit white supremacy is offered to white women and white women, whatever their politics benefit from and. And get incentives to defend in some way and continue to participate in a system that affords them power. And one of the things that Britain and Cooper is always pointed out to me is that one of the reasons that women of color have often been the groundbreaking thinkers is because they were never offered incentives to not challenge the power structure, right? There's none of that power on offer to them. Right. And so they have had the space, and the fact the incentive to work to break up that power structure, which means they have often been the leading thinkers, and yet we don't know about them. We don't know about Polly Murray. Right. Pauli Murray is a gender non-conforming woman of color who in the mid twentieth century does some of the writing so writing on both racial discrimination law and gender discrimination. 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And kind of where do we go from here a year into it? Some of the most intense exchanges that I had. During those months that were sort of the peak of me too in the fall two thousand seventeen and I don't mean to put it all in the past because it does continue. And in fact, the the resiliency of the this movement and the determination to not let it get pushed back away from our consciousness has been really remarkable to me. But during that period when it was so intense and daily and visceral some of the most intense exchanges. I had were with men in my life, my friends or colleagues or coworkers who were coming to me some of them where people who were on the shitty men list in the medium analyst. Some of them were people who were not. But were scared that they could wind up on someone's list. And they came to me as a person who is writing about these issues, but who they loved and liked and had a warm conversational relationship with some of them were looking for absolute they were looking for me to say like, it's okay, you're okay, you're good. Some of them were looking to confess. Some of them wanted advice about how what they were supposed to do. And these were really intense exchanges because I felt for these men. I really did. And I was I am one. I'm actually about as cleanly as you can be one hundred percent. This was the correct necessary and long overdue thing to happen. But that to say that doesn't mean that I wasn't also torn about what the repercussions of it. We're going to be. I was always one of my things is I've always been far more interested in the women telling their stories than in what happens to the men. Right. Like, I am not somebody. Who's like? Yeah. Another one fired. I mean, if there were violent rapists at the top of companies like yes, I think the correct action is they should no longer have their positions of power. But like, I don't have. I don't wanna police what happens to the guys. I don't wanna be the sentence or I don't want to make the decisions about what happens. The men I'm interested in women being able to tell full stories of their lives and careers, and and bodily autonomy, like whatever form. That may take and those are stories that have just been completely silenced for so long because in part, we're fully invested in protecting men's power and to give voice to those stories disrupts the power structure. So I and it was impossible for me not to feel sympathy concern for for those guys. And it was. Even at the same time that I could feel like. This is your problem, you you did a bad thing in many different gradations. But like what you're worried about. You should be worried about because maybe you hurt somebody. Maybe you damage somebody's career. And what am I supposed to tell you accept? Yeah. And. You know, it's hard. These are hard relationships. This is the hard thing about anytime. It's one of the reasons that we only have mass women's movements like the book is actually about all kinds of women's anger about inequality. So it's about how women reacted to like unsafe. Working conditions is part of the labor movement. You know, how women are angry about all kinds of facets of economic inequality racial inequality, but there's a particular category of anger at misogyny and gender inequality. And it's very rare. That mass numbers of women can come together in their rage at that. In a way, that's powerful enough to shake a system, and the reason it's so rare is because the nature of gender inequality because it's about the subjugation or oppression of a majority population, which means that every woman has men in her life and every man has women in his life. And they're often some of our most intimate relationships and to question and dissent from the power inequities. That are always baked into those relationships means. Disturbing those relationships. It means upsetting them and often doing damage to the intimate relationships. We have with the guys who are in our beds, and the guys who are our friends, and our co workers, and our fathers and brothers and sons, and that shit is so hard, and once you see it, you can't unsee. This is the process like a lot. We spend a lot of our lives and entire generations of women actually spend lives not thinking about what's unfair because you know, on some level that once you really grapple with what's unjust. You can't you can't unsee it. And it troubles your it's easier to not be mad in many circumstances. And when you do get mad, and when the view is forced right when you're like, we got look at the scaffolding that's been holding all this up. And we got to acknowledge that the game is rigged. And that if we want things to get better, we have to change the game part of what that means you have to change the game midway through and that is hard for people who've been playing it already, and it was started under different circumstances. But you can't just look at a fresh generation of babies and be like for you. The rules are different the rest of us. We get like it doesn't work that way. Right. If you want to change, the the power dynamics you have to do it mid game. And this is what happened during the second wave women's movement like marriages that were entered into in the nineteen fifties and sixties where there was a shared and mutual agreement and expectation that they were going to be gendered roles, and that there was going to be one partner who did the earning and the public work and one partner who's know ambitions public ambitions were not going to be a priority and was going to do the domestic labor, and then a political movement came and opened up educational professional legal opportunities sexual opera. -tunities the opportunity to live a different kind of adulthood for women. And for some of the women who like felt themselves liberated by these new possibilities. It was like well, the terms of our marriage don't work for me anymore, and there's a reasonable well, but you entered into it willingly. I didn't force you into this marriage. Right. And and a lot of marriages ended some of them have all been changed and a lot of them ended because they were no longer the possibilities to change the rules had changed and not everybody was satisfied with the way the game. It used to be played. And that's a version of what we're doing right now if we're going to say like actually groping the butt of your co worker while not violent rape. We actually it does. It's part of a system that does professional and economic damage to women until less powerful people within workplaces where we need we're going to change that expectation then some of the guys who just grabbed ass. Not only with the expectation that they weren't going to get in trouble for it. But it in some way, it was going to augment their power like because their power is connected to sexual power. Right. Like that. There were there were all kinds of expectations that were baked into their brains to. And it's like, wait. Now, I'm going to be called for them. Like, I'm going to suffer for this. And it is right. I get it. But if we want to do it, then we gotta do. Right. I think part of the catalyst for even why Dory, and I sort of this podcast because we turn to like washing our face as a way to get relief from our anger, and I'm curious how can our anger? How can we not Tampa down? How can it become part of the way in which we care for ourselves? And and you know, I think sometimes we're we're fighting our anger or trying to find a south for it. And instead, I'm curious like canopy, a part of the way that we care for our selves. I would like to think that it could be I think that comes especially from the connection with other people who share your fury's, I think that it can be a connecting force. I want to believe that a lot of the damage that it does to us is when we feel that the anger inside us is tamped down that we're not free to express it. Nobody out there is giving voice to it. And that's when I think the bad ill-effects of anger. I mean, I am not a doctor. I wanna make some claims here. I'm just making some guesses. But I do think I've been raised with the idea that to be angry is to be sort of poisoned inside. And it's going to. I mean, one of the most one of the most affecting things I the things that has haunted me ever since when I read Hillary Clinton's memoir of the post two thousand sixteen memoir. What happened? There's a paragraph in there that I say in the book where she says, and this is in within months of having lost Donald Trump where she said, she was so afraid that her anger would turn her into Mishael sham that she prayed to God to make herself. Stop feeling it. Okay. Like this to me. I'm like, oh my God. I mean, fine. She said she didn't want to be just a old angry woman rattling around her house. And so she prayed to God to stop the feelings of anger and bitterness, and I was like Jesus Christ six months from Lega national catechism, you're allowed to feel anger. God knows people feel angry at you. So, you know. Yeah. And they're not. Working to stop it up. And but the impulse in us to not to like not be angry is so intense that you would prey to not even feel it. So think about how those kinds of instincts in that. We don't want to be angry just keep it all inside. And I think that's where so many of the ill effects come from that you're rattling around your house because you have no one to talk to about it because you know, if you're talking about it's like Thurman saying like when I talk I don't like to speak when I'm earn grew. So I would like to think, and I think that there's evidence for this. If you look at the way that some of the activism and organizing and and communication has worked. I think that there is a value in letting that rage out or in listening for other women's rage. Like, I think that the rage expressed by Maria Archie, LA and Maria Gallagher in the elevator toward Jeff flake. While every political pundit may be ready to tell us that. That's why you know, things don't go right in the midterms. I think the value of that anger is so profound and wide reaching because you had millions of women around the country who were feeling this unbelievable rage. And then they got to see it and hear it expressed so powerfully and so beautifully by women who were in the face of one of the powerful men and insisting that he looked them in the eyes and that that has value. It made me feel better. It made me feel worse than better, you know. And I think that talking to some of the activists, for example, some of the there's a woman in Arizona who was very involved in in overturning a Betsy DeVos sort of adjacent education law in Arizona, and then was helped with a teacher strikes there, and she talks about the friendship. She's found with activists with the women. She's been on this journey with over the past couple of years as being kind of personally transformative that they've found in each other a comfort and support. Network that is part of taking care of themselves to the point where in some cases, she says some of her friends marriages are ending because they actually can't sustain the like that sort of change politicized version of of these newly minted activists, but the activists find in each other a kind of care and understanding that better supports their ability to continue to do the work of of being engaged in civically committed to making the world better that takes so much out of us. So I wanna believe I can tell you. I can't every time. I describe this. I feel very torn because this is not like a self help regimen. Okay. I have like a I'm like such and such a privileged position part of my job. Now is to be angry, which means that I get to be I am literally paid cash money to be angry. So I have a situation that is practically like it's not replicable and the period of four months where I got to write this book. Which was a lot of stress, and there were terrible things happening in the world, which affect me deeply, and I was angry and sad and worried and scared and stressed professionally and all these things were true. But I also was in this sort of bio dome, right where I my job was to be angry all day every day to put the anger on the page. I was going to get paid for it people. We're going to take it seriously, which is the key element. Like, I was writing a book that was gonna be read seriously. Whether by my editors, or then eventually, I hoped by readers, like my anger was going to carry some kind of wait they were gonna print it on a page. And I didn't think until after I was done with those four months. I was like oh my God. I've been so physically healthy during these four months when I've been working like a dog and stressed and upset about the world. And yet I have slept better. I'd better sex. I like my relationships with my family, we're like just good and clear and like in a in a good place. I ate. It was eating better without ever. I mean, I was not like on exercise regime was I I felt good. I felt fully human. And I have to believe that part of that was because I was in this kind of irreputable position of being a person who could express her anger and was not only not censored for it. But like, it it was assumed that it might carry weight professionally you know, and that was such a. To such a strange feeling, and it was really good for me. But it's not the kind of thing I can say that's why I say the thing to do is start to listen to other women's anger seriously, tried to treat it with the seriousness that I could have did I was guessing that my anger was going to be taken with because that it's how we receive the fury of women. That that has to change not how women put their fury into the world. But how we hear it, and what are curiosity and tolerance in the validity. We granted. And and you know, but I have to believe that anger. In addition to having all kinds of combustible and divisive, quote, qualities is also can be joyful and liberating way men get to express it all the time, and sometimes sometimes are criticized for it. But very often they're lauded for it and it contributes to their greater accumulation of power. And I think like bare minimum aside from the fact that it can help them gain more power like they get to be full human beings. I mean, they get to have this facet. It is rational to be angry. It is a specially rational and downright fucking patriotic to be angry about inequality in this country. And yet if we give voice to it. We're told that it that anger somehow per perverts or deforms the very thing. We're trying to two point two is unjust and Anita fixing. And so just you know, I have to believe that if we if we altered the world to the degree that women could also express their fury and have it be part of their full range of human expression that yes, it would be good for us. And it wouldn't loom as large for us. It could be integrated along with joy, and sadness and satisfaction and fear and frustration. It is a natural human reaction to the world in which we live and part of our engagement with that world personally, and politically, but it's one of the it's one of the most powerful of those emotions can propel us into civic engagement in action. And it's also the one that is most instantly discouraged. So yes, I think it would be good for us. If we could if we could alter the way in which we're all permitted to express it. And then you know, and have it received. Well, I think that's a really powerful note to end on. So thank you, Rebecca, thank you so much. Thank you for writing this book. Everyone should should read it or listen to or less. Listen to again, I gotta go vote for the audio dulcet tone. Yes, they are soothing not yet filled. Thank you, Rebecca. Thank you. So Dory last week, you set the intention of of getting baby stuff organized, and it sounds like you got Bo babysit organized. But have you worked in anything else? Yeah. I mean, my attention was hit my baby calendar. Pardon hard. You know? I like not like all of the stuff. Right. Right. Right. I meant kind of the mental. But yes, I did. In fact, actually have it with me, I can show you later. I just worked backwards, and you created a document. Well, I wrote it down on a piece of paper. So yes, I created a document. I just work backwards from my due date, which is April twenty second. And then I also wrote down like everything that we need to do. And then kind of thought, okay, what is the order of operations here and just sort of worked backwards, very impressed. So yeah. So that was like, I don't wanna see it till January. He was like I don't wanna see it till twenty weeks. Which is December. Which is fine actually doesn't even start until twenty weeks. Really? But yeah, it's basically just like. A a rough schedule of like when we need to have everything cleaned out when we need to have stuff moved around some feeling feeling. Okay about it. I must be feel good gives you a little control over this. And you know, I love a little control over the situation. I had. Kate. How did it go on getting some tips LL immediately after I recorded the last week's episode. I went to therapy, and I was like help my bedtime routine is a mess. And my therapist gave me my therapist. If you're listening therapist just think you're doing a great job with my brain. And you always have cool pants. Okay. So now that that's settled. No, we talked about it. And my my therapist has really good way. And some listeners have said this to me like it doesn't need to be a concrete every night has to look the same. And one listener said something to me that really spoke to me which was like some nights, you might need to work late other nights. You don't like calmed down about feeling like every night at nine o'clock, you need to be like in bed lights off phone put in a drawer. So one thing my therapist did really suggest was like, maybe I do need forty five minutes to look at my phone every night veg out on my phone without guilt. And then when that's done phone is placed somewhere, and I read and I need to read twenty minutes inch. And she was like read a book. So your brain is not staring at a screen immediately before bedtime. So I have been working on that. And I also bought one of those alarm clocks that is a light. Oh, yeah. That this is very popular in the Facebook. Thank you Facebook group. I bought one. It's super weird. Is it? It's kind of cool. It's just it's like a different waking up experience. Unlike what is happening the lights and instead of just. Like jolting awake to an alarm. But I really like, it it just slowly a light turns on that's awesome. And then I turn that off. And then a little alarm goes off a couple of minutes later, great. I'm trying to you know. Oh, good. Now this week. Yes. Your intention circles back to what we started talking. Sure does we need to be consistent with those muzzle training. What what is muzzle training? He has to wear a muzzle and be a good boy. No, it's sort of like when you create train a dog and teach them that the crate is like they're safe place, and they're cozy home, and it's not a punishment to go on the crate. Right. The muzzle his friend, the muzzles should be his friend. So the way you train a dog to think they're muzzle. The is their friend is you put. You know that like Kong liver pace that comes in the sprayers and yet so you put it on the muzzle. And then he sticks his snout into lick the liver paste, and it's this whole process over, but it involves a lot of liver paste and a lot of treats delicious. So we have never progressed very far with this. And she was like our vet was like, you just need to do it for a few minutes a day, and Matt it was funny. When I I I brought it up to him a couple of weeks ago, and he kind of freaked out, and he kept getting fixated on will how long is it supposed to take how long is this going to take? And I was like, I don't know. No, one can no one's going to be able to tell you exactly how it could take. But he seemed really kind of obsessed with this idea like knowing how long it was going to take. And then he asked again yesterday. Well, how long is this going to take? And she said, I can't tell you like some dogs that takes a month some dogs. It takes two to three months like she. But she was like if you're consistent with it. Right. He'll get. It he'll get it. So we just need to do it for a few minutes a day. And I think for me another thing was that I needed to feel like I had buy in from Matt. And that it wasn't just all going to fall on me or do this training. I think those also partly why I didn't do it. Because I didn't feel like he was fully on board feel like it was all me. And I just was like he needs to also do this. So I made him. He was the one who practiced it at the vet good were with Bo. And I think we will share this burden of teaching Bo raising your dog like you're going to raise your child. I want him to get the picture that it's not all going to be me. That's right. Also, there's not liver paste involves so that's good exact. But no, that's that's sounds like a good practice. I hope you rooting for. Bo. Thanks. What is your intention this week? Well to to kind of piggyback on my really, positive speaking in the introduction of this episode. I'm. Going to think one positive thought about myself each day. Do I like that? Because I have been looking in the mirror in the morning and being like Hewlett fucking dope. Good do. My skin's looking. Good feeling good about myself. I'm feeling good about my mothering. I'm trying I can get into negative spirals. So I'm just trying to like NGO positive spiral. Oh, can you imagine what that would be like just spiraling upward positive thoughts? Sounds great. I've never had a positive spiral. Let's do it. Okay. Let's make that are things spiral, positively. I just I the I just having like even a mantra that I say to myself just a positive thing. I remind myself of every day, I think would be very helpful just in terms of my old friend self esteem. That sounds great. You know, we'll see how it goes. I look forward to hearing about your progress. 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Astrology Special (Featuring Amaris)

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Astrology Special (Featuring Amaris)

"I-it's malls reminder before the show to make sure that you are subscribed in apple podcasts. And if your new, welcome to, please advise nation are so only works for your participation, so call three two three four five zero seven four zero eight with your dilemmas and lifeless chins again, that's three two three four five zero seven four zero eight or Email ask, please advise, at gmaiLcom with your voice notes or emails. Thank you, and enjoying. Welcome to please, advise guys were doing a special one off episode all about astrology guys ask all the time about astrological questions. And I know what I know and it's not a lot. So I decided to bring on someone who does know allot who can speak about it. She's not, I don't know this isn't her job, but she's more fluid in this language than anyone I've ever met before you guys. Welcome, my friend Marissa. Hey, America's high guy urine knowing NADA professional, but I love that, you're the person that I would watch stuff with. And you'd be like, oh, like on this episode of Andrew pump rolls or whatever you'd be like. Oh, a Britney sign is this. And that's why this is happening. Jacks is the blood. Like you always knew everyone signs on every show. We watch and I was like that is so crazy, like the Kardashians view was a real experience. So it it like totally on forms, my viewing experience. Like I know all of the housewives fine, I'm like, oh, my God. Ramona's acting like legit Scorpio right now. Like. All in my head somehow, I don't know how I keep track of, and you were gracious enough to take a look at some of the questions that Christina sent over today with more general questions about you guys is like signs and stuff like that. I have a couple of letters, and we also have a very important call surrounding something that is just taken over the world in the last few months. I would say that I love that right now. You are serving as some Tricia pages realness, because you're eating Domino's with no Brooklyn style about everyone's astrological signs. It's written in today and image just for everyone the my bed. It's like is just papers everywhere, with, like, messy knows it's very Aquarius. Nearly guy elegance psychic medium, almost you know. I have lots of psychic energy, I've been told by psych clips, three different of told me that I totally would believe that about you, because you're so you're, like, one of the most pathetic people. I know it's like crazy your capacity to, like love and care about people, which is like crazy thing because we have a question about Aquarius, folks coming up that wasn't line up with my experience. And I'm sure yours as well. But I wanna talk about what I guess this call is about. We're gonna play it in a second. But this is surrounding the whole James Charles. Jeffrey star Taty Westbrook drama. I'll just start out and play the call. And then we'll take it from there. Okay. Hi, mom. So, well, first of all, I've just learned that listening to the show and like, why does everyone do the preamble at the beginning? And it is awkward to go right into question. So high most Christina and guests, I suppose so recently, there's all of the James Charles drama going on. And I just am meeting malls terrific on it a little bit because I feel like she will understand where I'm coming from, which is so I am always involved in the youtuber drama up with it lately. I've just it's been a lot after especially Jason about. I'm having a hard time with everyone. So kind of left the whole the're James and general, I've always found him to be like very motivated, and good at what he's doing, but you're at hating, but he has also you know, nineteen years old. So with this whole, exposing thing, which. I don't need to rehash if you guys want to do that. But he's getting exposed by thirty seven year old woman right? And for essentially, you know, doing sugar, fair hair sponsorship, and I just end which that in itself would like fine, and I feel like the her going on her little Instagram was like one thing, but to make video, and like knowing that it was going to ruin this kid's career and have like she knew that was going to do to him. And she often knew the success, it would bring her to talk him for I really expected when I thought trending, I was, like, what is the I thought we were going to get all of them? So all of the tea and really it was, like she's like he's said some dirty things at the dinner table around my family like he's nineteen. And like for you to even consider. That you have a friendship that you're ending with nineteen year old when you're thirty seven is just kind of like appalling to me, I already. And if she chose to do all that behind the scenes. It's one thing I just found to like take down this kid's career like I'm just experiencing this empathy. For him even though I find him like relatively annoying, and it was just happening a lot in the canceled culture thing there's people who I can't fans but it's hard to not this one in particular is just like this is an adult woman, and I really thought we were going to find out some crazy shit and the street boy thing. I I'm surprised at the street white women thing. This day kid talked about how much she wants trait boys all the time. I'm kinda surprised that the whole road was running that. And the way she's thing he said horrifying things like as in talking about the blurred around her. It was I I understand. It's, it's annoying and not. Okay. And like say that to him. Him. And then maybe stop hanging out with a nineteen year old like do you all those things. And it's not to say his behaviors. Okay, but I'm just to take him down and know what that would do to his career and just his his everything. Okay. So I think that we should give people sort of like a overarching idea of what's going on a up until this point, we're getting this call gazette Drago has into new to unfold. Currently it's may nineteen when recording this it's like one eighteen PM in so jammed in understand, we're giving world youth right now is has been up to the minute like this is not every time you refresh like Twitter or YouTube or whatever, there's a new video from someone and the story like completely Morse. So basically, this beauty influence, our James Charles, you may know him as the first cover boy he has really blown up over the last couple of years. And he was put on blast. So does. Feve or basically publicly like had ties broken with this woman, Taty was broke who's like one of the original like OG back in the day adults now, she's like an older woman. UD YouTubers and. Taty has a reputation for being very classy. She is very like, you know, measured. She's very graceful with sort of how she speaks that is like her reputation on what she's known for. And when James was just seventeen he had reached out to Taty, who was, like thirty five or something at the time. And, you know, they sort of struck up a friendship, she saw him as someone who's really late changing the space in shaking things up. And she really took him under her wing like she flew him out to do her makeup better wedding when he was a, like dropped from his cover boy contract, or whatever she was continued to work with him because he got dropped from all of that because of like his, I like cancelled moment, which was tweeting that he hopes he doesn't get a bowl or something when he was on his way have. And you know, then there's also this element. Of Jeffrey star who sort of like this overlord of the whole community on who has ever had an internet connection probably knows Jaffrey star is if you'd been on social media, at any point in your life, you probably know who Jeffrey star is he was like thinking of my space. He's outta music rear. He was always out, you know, hanging on d he had like that sort of, like he's at guy with makeup was icon, IQ from my space, also always known for being really scary? Like buying like his own thing, always be like I'm going to like cut your dick off, like berry like like on attack in, like he kind of like enjoys that, like vampire, which he sort of reputation. He has right. Yeah. You also is built like a huge business like on his way to be a billionaire level business with Jeffrey star cosmetics than his other investments, which apparently range every. Thing from, like a merged company that was selling James Charles's merch in his now not selling. Jane. Charles's merch to, you know, apparently, like it really in deep with the medical marijuana industry. So Taty runs this vitamin company called halo beauty. Okay. And James Charles, accepted a last minute sponsorship, at Coachella for a security guard from sugar bear hair, which is remember when competitor and let me phrase, this very simply to say that, like sugar bear, harass her number wearing competitor. But she is not sugar bear hairs. Number one competitor, like adult I in I understand, like I understand her aspect of the business to, I also, you know, so anyway, she puts out a Snapchat in at saying that, basically, it's kind of cryptic, but not so cryptic saying that, like you really can't rely on your friends. She was very hurt and it was. Right after James posted the Sugar Ray hair thing, then all these other scandals start popping up for James. He is like, you know, running a tour where he's selling five hundred dollar meet and greet passes, which is an absurd price by almost any gigantic artists standards. And he doesn't even really have like a trade you would take on tour, and then like a couple of this guy came out, this guy came out saying that James had pressured him into a relationship, so then that happened. So like everyone was like, whoa. This is like, really bad for James Charles. And then in the middle of all this touchy drops video sort of exposing him with I remain thinks she had like receipts that you showed on the screen, I think she just said her receipts were fat, and she made the afford Bennett, video, basically explaining that James, Charles really like hurt her as a friend, someone that she took under her wing when he was young. He. Came to her. And she does say I think we should emphasize this at her husband said you are like camonte like you're obviously not really best friends with a nineteen year old and she was late. She was like, no, like I know I'm not best friends with him. But like I'm mentoring him and I feel like kinship towards him. Like, I feel like you know, a spiritual drawn gem, you know. And I said that makes sense to me that actually does make sense to me like when you work until in any industry you work in, especially if it's a small one like, you know, people could argue that beauties, a huge industry, people could argue that YouTube, a huge industry, but in reality that sort of leg Ben diagram of where that falls. You know there's only about, you know, fifteen people that are in their club, you know. So they're like, in terms of long lasting in major brands, so I can definitely see, like that, that relationship like when you mentor, someone when they're. Working with you and they're young and you know, they're kind of fucking up here and there and you're going, you know, they're on, like I loved them like, you know, that was a disappointing behavior. That was a disappointing whatever the situation didn't exactly go the way that I would have hoped it would have for me or that person, but they're young when you do, like excuse making for someone eventually, like you do start to realize, oh, maybe this isn't maybe this is just a personality defect. Maybe this is in their youth. It's like actually who they are, and who they're turning into as a person broccoli. I think that, like, he got humbled immensely in there's this other thing over here where there's like Jeffrey star who when James came out with his video this week, which was really insane. I don't even know from explain this, right? Like once taught you posted her video James, Charles lost over three million followers in if anyone does it know what that means. That's masses. That is like beyond three million followers is the greatest loss that, that has ever been seen in YouTube history. In one day, it it's insane. So, yeah, record breaking and Taty gained four million followers. So people were coming out of the woodwork, and, like, let's also remind you this still means that James has thirteen million followers at now means the Taty has gained over ten million, which is an entire us YouTube like milestone, you get your diamond play button for that. It's like another level of, like royalty within the platform and Jeffrey star when he was like completely outed, in James's video that he came forward with where he's like, I'm not predatory toward straight boys. The way that I'm being accused of, by Tocci because that was a huge point of hers. She's like you've got to figure out what's going on with, like your head in where you're out with fame and your priority is because you're gonna get yourself in. Trouble. If you have people that are coming out against using I felt uncomfortable with the way he treated me like that's an overall bigger picture thing, that you need to look at right. So I do agree with, like the overall idea of light. If. Of like someone with a young man like attracted to only lesbian women, because he enjoyed the challenge of that, that is, that's a troubling comparison. I think a lot of people are like that's out of control. I don't I don't think that she like totally made him this judgment about that. Although I will say that people are very quickly twisting, it into a lot of homophobic stuff. Right. So then are really road on the James Charles is predator thing, which was a huge mistake 'cause, you know, he at first started to come across, like, yeah, you know, we're putting James in his place. I stand my girl tatty she is like an OG in the beauty community in. It's important note, acknowledged back the James, the Jeffrey star in tatty are both in their thirties in James is only, you know, nineteen about to be twenty so I do see like a benefit for some of the older people to be like, no work. Your to stay like. We're not going to be boxed out by a kid, who's acting Brad. Eighty right. It's so FOX, but. Nope. And darkly I could see that being Narendra journal conversation. Right. And when James defended himself you showed all of these texts that Jaffrey suntan that were really harshly worded and meant to strike a lot of fear in someone Verschoor. They wish Gary it, Dan deputy, star, like careful. Yeah, I would not want to have him as so all of that said, if you guys did not follow that at all, which, I would not blame you go check that out. But we're going to get into that. Now in America's is going to sort of break down the charts of these people, and how she thinks they got into this mess et cetera. You wanna like, like who do you think is the best person to start with? Maybe taught you hockey. She she kind of started this bit. I didn't see the only thing I haven't seen is her original maps, or whatever. But I've seen everything. Oh, yeah. She'll snaps are very like they're very like, nothing at this point. And if you watched your video, you probably saw clips suited her in her makeup room in chooses, talking directly on Instagram like stories or whatever saying, like. Hey guys, like I'm really disappointed in a. I just wanted to check in remind you guys that at the core of everything. Like you are my brands like it was very like it was it felt very lonely. I did not feel manipulative. It's felt like. Like if I could just if I d like impaired to my own behavior, like what a place where I would be would be like very raw emotional in reactive, but she's potties. So like it comes across that much more forlorn, and like I guess, like she's. Composed. So yeah comes across much more composed from her because she's just stepford esque him posed. It's crazy. So looking at her chart and says, well, I'll start by saying, I'm an Aquarius. So I'm a little, she's an Aquarius as well. So I'm looking at this through that one, I'll admit but. She's an Aquarius with Scorpio moon, which is kind of wild, those who'd not mix. So she is very prideful has a lot of selfish fast and someone who tends to be a leader for spirited, but very stubborn and the Scorpio moon is, like, really what could be her downfall. It's. It has its positive. I mean. The good thing about Scorpio Mon is there's lots of compassion there. And when you have that Aquarius son, balances out, and you can use the Scorpio moon, not compassion to like, serve society. I notice as well that she has. She has. Conduct Jupiter, which means she's very happy fought. Bueller generous looks at the bright side of life. Very good, nurse nature charming. And also this brings out a maternal side. So this whole maternal thing that she has seems totally makes sense, and she's a German, is, she's an Aquarius. There's a natural senity between those two signs. They're both air signs. I'm I'm not surprised that there's this. I mean the way you described it. They have like. Like, yes, she's older, and it's not her best friend. But there is this like sincere relationships there. That is really genuine. I agree. There's like something to them, where I'm legs such a weird out of the way that I like, sometimes look at people. But like you playing together as babies, you know what I mean? Yeah. Definitely. I mean, like we have a bit of an age difference, and there's just like we like naturally just vary. Like click with each other very easily. Absolutely. I mean, we'll like in also the other main thing that I think the like between us it's different is that we're not. We don't also share a feel like a profession together, you know. Yeah, we're not competitors in our field. And I think that in a way, people are overestimating the importance of that in underestimating the importance of that, like, I think that she could just genuinely be hurt by. Him as a friend in the business part of it doesn't help because their self respects thing that you side is so real. Yeah. And I mean, with self respect comes like this. Self-righteous our that you can like it's, she's should very careful about her pride. And so is he he has. He has his Pluto and Sagittarius. And that's a placement that can tend to actually, but they also hate being humiliated. They kind of share that in common. They're both very prideful people, you know, he has a moon Burgo. She has moon in Scorpio Moonen Virgo for me. They're like super hard to figure out. My dad has moon in Virgo, and I never know what he's really thinking. They're good at communicating with. They also hold back a lot. 'cause and he's a is like he's got this sneaky, constant vibe going, and it's like hard to read with him, like I watched the video, and I was just I'm also someone who like I just like believe anything when I watch video it was like, oh my God. This is horrible. I totally have. Right. I'm a little too, like I, I can fall for anyone's like hitch that they give themselves. You know like if they're like this did such a great pitch. You gave us a helluva pitch. But so did talk to you. She did. But like I found him much more compelling. Like there was something about her that I can't figure out. That is like maybe it's sad stuff for wives thing, like she's so composed that it's like. I don't know creepy. It seems a motionless. Yeah. And I mean, they're also coming out from such different points of life to that. It's I don't know. I thought it was very interesting when she called his mom because right? Like he had he was underage when he moved to LA he was a minor and, you know, he even calls Tachi mom like he calls her her, and her husband, mom, and dad, whoa. You know, basically she made this point that I thought, like, you know, I don't I couldn't see myself saying this to another woman, but I could see someone saying this to my mom when I was younger, which is affected Li like come collector boys, like Bob to you know, like, I'm going to respectfully hand back this favor. You asked me to look after your boys. Back and say that you should be here with them. And there's something to that. I think the James still does need to be mothered. I think he end his younger brother, who was living out in LA with him, who's only seventeen like their day, our kids that have been given a net worth allegedly of over eleven million dollars. And in a very short amount of time two years ago, James couldn't pay for plane ticket. So now, you know, it's interesting to think about how, especially with the sneaky with the Gemini with Virgo you know, money will change anyone. I don't care about that expression that says, like money, just amplifies your personality like to extent. But also money is the root of all evil like it really is an insane test of a person's hair Dir, but also like their limits. When you give a person who is that young in amounts of money that could leave him set for the rest of his life. And if invested. Directly leave his grandkids set for the rest of their lives like other Colonel money. And I just don't I don't. I don't see with his personality that it would have meshed well, and I could see power getting to his head very, very quickly. And I did think that there was like some basis. And in a lot of reality in his mom, who I guess, is being public on Instagram in, like leggings sort of tweets, put liking comments that were kind of putting Chachi down. I could I could be seeing that like frustrated as an older woman like I'm watching your kid. I'm you know, I'm watching you hit on me on Instagram like come collect your boys like come. Definitely his is healed. He's supposed to be like, I know he is very mature. And I can see that they're both very about presentation like, you know, out of all of the beauty YouTubers that are out there, I would say, like, of course, the, you know, Nikki Dettori -als, the James Charles of the world like they have a more elaborates add up, and it's very professional, but James anti in particular present themselves so cleanly, they are so visually clean. They are so filtered with, like, different blurring filters, they both use. They have berry, you know, sort of specific ways of speaking, Taty was, like quite famously, I think, in this video, I think this was like a big Meam was the fact that she said, dick in Kach, when she was repeating a story about dinner, and everyone was like, but low key like the most shocking part. Of this is that toddy said, Kach in like he absolutely. That is absolutely. The most shocking part of this. I think it's because like they voted present he's very controls images in with. I, I guess my question for you is James presents himself as someone who's very much. Sure. But I get the sense that he is incredibly childlike and is not masking. Is that a little bit of him being inbetween? Is that Gemini, what is that? It's definitely heavily Gemini air sign have this ability, who? Like you said, he's very put together. They're both air signs. So airlines have this kind of mass club, they put over themselves because they know they can get away with stuff. They're very smart. They're very. Intellectual. And I mean, I would look pant James's info there's this website called Astro team that makes up the percentage of their elements. He's thirty six point two percent air, which is insane. That's a lot of air, and then he's got thirty four point five percent earth. So it's such an interesting combination because Aaron earth like do not mash, very well. But there they do both share certain similar similarities, which is this, like very controlled kind of way of coming across, and they, they're not good at letting people in the then he's also has this lightheartedness to him. And like I said, he's got the Pluto and budgetary which is where you get this childish behavior from they like. Are not good at taking accountability. They like gloss over there, eyars. They don't think related. They're very childlike. So he's got like a bit of both. And then, you know, when you bring in his German, I it's more about same. Same thing where geminis? I mean I somewhat I won't get ahead of myself. Oh, leave up for for the one left a comment about geminis, but I'll talk about that later. But yeah. So he's got this thing where he's like super mature, but he's also super childish, and I think you can be both. I mean, over, I know from, like, for myself as an Aquarius Aquarius in nine are very similar, like I'm very mature, but, like using catch me during the dumbest shit. He's, he's, he's gotta be really careful because he has an also just like Moonen Virgo. He can like fall into addiction. He can fall into really dark times. So I, I worry about him. I when he likes set in his video that, you know, he contemplated taking his own life, kind of eluded to that. Yeah. I mean that was like, really sad. I I really felt for him. And there's some where it's hard there's something really dark about this whole thing. Oh, there's something for sure dark about it. And I think that, you know, one thing that we're all sort of doing is taking all of these master manipulators. He's historic master manipulator for taking them all at face value. And I do think that there's been something conspiratory. Oriel going on here. I think that this has something to do with Jaffrey. I think this has something to do with hockey. I'm going to be honest. I think Tati is very easily manipulated, because I think that she comes with a very open heart, and she does want to help ball. She is eager to be light. She is eager to show love to other people via part of a community. Like I very much see that from her at all lines up for me like not even as on that, because that's further. It's funny you say that because you're literally describing to a T, what an Aquarius is goes are all Aquarius, qualities. Yeah. I think that, like I just I get all that from her. And then also, if you put on the facts that she's Christian, she seems, very family oriented. I do I do buy into that. I think that she could be someone that is like very easy to use his puppet. And I think that. That there is something to this, where the older people in the community are like Heacon bounce back. Like he is always going to have more time than we do. And those things moti Shane Dawson has been involved to what do you think the deal is with that, because I don't really know why I, I know that he's doing something with the beauty community that series on Jeffrey star. And he's like friends would Jaffrey and Taty. But I know you was also friends with James at one point. So I don't really know like what is like, what is his puppet mastering involved here, because he definitely shouldn't he, he is or not being this, you know. Weird. I mean he's another. Oh, gee, as you say, I, I, I don't know. And I don't know what his friendship was James Charles. I have kind of stopped following Shane awhile ago, but I just noticed when I was like trying to recap all strong that he was low key, you know, tweeting report for Todd T and was like very involved with Jeffrey right now. But what do you I, I don't know? I can't figure I'll I just think that life seven bowl, then I'll is the person that you just don't want to be involved with on that level of Jeffrey star recalls me and said, hey, do you wanna get in on a plan together? I would love to, but absolutely not. Calling me the like I used just like I feel like he's someone that you just probably shouldn't roll around in the mud with. I don't know. If I mean, it could be this could literally be. I know Shane as and misses fucking gin spiracy. I know that chain is doing a series on the view community. It would be fascinating. If this entire thing was scripted to get everyone more views because God, one thing, I realized is that if Jeffrey in James like came together to do this, in some way were Jeffrey was needling Todd to step forward and say something and like it would all equal out like were they all are is that James is still well above thirteen million. He helped Hoti is now at ten I think that, that would be. Small price. Dr the redemption ark is very interesting for James. I don't know. I just think Jeffrey has like a cockroach leg survival ability to be forgiven over over again. Like I don't know like there is a world in which I do think that that's possible. Like I do think that it's. Like I don't think it will be the most unheard of thing. I you'll be like a caper I think it would be a bucket. You know, once in a lifetime thing. But I think that, that would be a really brilliant tool to show, how cancel culture in the community works, and my, how people just like swipe each other down all the time that would be fascinating to me. I just don't know if that's at. I don't like I feel like Shane probably. I don't even know if he knows everything. Yeah. And I mean, like I literally woke up this morning, and the first thing I did was like check Jeffrey stars Twitter. His tweets like have me so Shug and, you know, I know I like. I'm leading or something the half air 'cause he so dramatic. Like did you like the way that he words sayings like the way that he talks accused huge editor, like there's a reason why he banned from our house. It's so what I have to say is in so sick in so disappointing. Hells me, but because it's like dynasty level like just like overwrought drama. But the unfortunate thing is that these are real people like these actually there's consequences to these words, I was wondering, did you did you do his chart at all? Is there anything that like explains sort of way who this person is? So I didn't get a chance to, but I started doing it right now when we start talking about him, he's a Scorpio. No surprise. And I want to lead his mercury because that's how you speak, and it's in Saudi Terry. So that's totally explained like the drums, the like the dramatic and also like just this like, elevate Shen. So what else he would exaggeration, you know, Sagittarius they're like very playful signs. But they're also they be liars. They stretched the proves kind of thing playful is very interesting. Like, if I like have a visual image of like Jeffrey, my head, as like anything buddy human, it's like a wove licking its chops like. Out there. Buck in sharpening his knife. Like like that thing where it's like, I think that this is playful to him, like, broccoli playground for him. And I don't know if that's because he's safe with his money. And so he can kind of afford to fuck around a bet or, or what this is, but Jeffrey, always seems like he has nothing to lose to me, which is fascinated athletes so much to lose. He is like. He's in very Scorpio, in, like a lot of Scorpio in chart. His clued always liked. Look up people's kudos sign Pluto, is wait transformation and power planet of death and rebirth. It's end of everything. And, and his is in Scorpio just like his son. So he's kind of like a full circle person mortal is what you're saying, basically. He comes across his immortal. That's totally how I would put it. He's the one to watch like I'll just say he's the one to watch hundred percent or worse. Jeffrey stars on have your eye on. I think we've all known that we continue to know that I I'm not absorbing Audi of like her since here, I think that it was it was this whole thing is very dark in incredibly unfortunate. I'm also not cleansing James Charles visits here, I if I had to pick a guilty. For some reason my ass is picking Jeffrey star in. I don't know why I just don't think it is. Either one of them, like I don't think the root of the issue is James or toddy. I think that there's something much bigger going on here. And I think we all know it. I don't know what Jeffrey is gonna say he claims he's got receipts up the ass James said something. Very clearly said these are defamatory comments, which I think, is a winger the lawsuit, you know, Janson Ethan I was shocked at Jefferson. I mean I'm not shocked. He does whatever he wants but can even tweeted about, you know, James's younger brother. Now, what seventeen I know like when he was like your brothers? So hand tweeted something like he was like men wise. Everyone, so tough online and like allegedly again, it was a tweet about, like on a bully from his high school, okay? Because Hannah still seventeen years old. He's literally kid. He's still in high school. Probably like one line. Hey school now. But whatever. And you said he like Jeffrey, quote tweets them and says, why is your brother predator? Goes you. He goes, you know what you've been able, why don't you tell everyone saying move back to New York. Okay. Gluck. He always, does this thing of like creating a mystery. Yes. And it sounded like James tried to fuck his brother like the way. Yes, the way he laid he was to be like. Oh, no. What did James duty in like, why is an era of his brother being a predator? Why is back in NYC like the like the fuck happens. I like I honestly didn't even like lawsuit seeks is when this all talk jobs. Right. I, I didn't really. I didn't watch the video. I don't want anything until Jeffrey involved in the way like this is like scary. What is going on? And then I watched everything, like all in one day. Which was like yesterday. So this is like, all fresh to me, but it took like crazy ass jeopardy getting involved for me to like. A he has so much influence. There's just something about influence. I know I know he's really scary. He's really. I love the point where driving home. He makes a bomb setting powder. I have been. I thought the setting powder guys he'd on me all you want. Okay. Everyone's evil. I wanted to try thug and products. It is a bone harder. I mean the thing is like Scorpio's. They're not on gives like there's also a quality to them. They're very magnetic, people are just attracted to Scorpio's. And that's like one of Beverly positive qualities unless you use it for like eagle. Jeffrey. But you have this very good. No, go ahead. I was just gonna ask, like what do you think about Jeffrey and gay men and Jeffrey and women because I feel again away the predatory stuff from Jeffrey was kind of ironic to say the least as his boyfriend identifies as a straight, man. I got it was in which, by the way like you can figure that out. I don't know what that means the Jeffries boyfriend identifies as straight man currently Jeffrey was the first person a first man that Nate had ever been with in Jeffrey, doesn't he does the he? She 'Lion thing he literally caused like he's gender as an alien he says, so I don't know what that means. I do know that every asked his saying that he doesn't like to hang out with women. He would rather hang out with the broS because women are. Women are knowing amok, Shas than it's the same reason why he doesn't really like other gay men, because they act like women, and I think that there's something there when it comes to sort of some of the more homophobic, is seeming, like seems elements of this underlying stuff that sort of being pushed in the fandom iding that also like the way that taught he is looking now is not that favorable. And the meaning how we numb is Jeffrey in some of the things that he's said to James about how he was gonna have, you know, he's five different straight guys rollout individual videos, saying that they will by Jane's, predatory nature, led by guys, I can not stress enough to you like as I'm saying this like I'm laughing because it's this will thing is ridiculous. Like it's it's like somehow lake the weaponising of all these release serious. Things had a good exit funny. Like it's it's like so many serious things. It's like next thing we know like, you know, fucking Jeffrey is gonna come out with video saying the James tried to get him to hire a hitman like we're a level ten now of, like where is this gonna go next? They deserve a secret black face video of James, like, does he have, like what the fuck happened here? It's all insidious all the characters are just like so unique. It's so true, what do you think about Jeffrey, though, in the sort of, like what seems to be like, women hating, also, you know, homophobia, within his community. I don't know. He's kind of like in a lane of his own. I like you said with like him not identifying as anything like he's like this Alleyen. Thing. I, I know she feels above all of it. Anything you can in the only person he cares about is himself. Definitely one hundred percent like it being ages works in his neighbor. He'll use that being homophobic works in his favor. He'll use that if you know, manipulative anything. Yeah. And I now insanity thing. There's something so fascinating about that to me. You think he's like a sociopath. I mean, your words not mine, but absolutely. Fine point to. Yeah. Because I think that, yeah, there's something really interesting going on there, especially when you reach a certain point, you know, you don't need money like that anymore like you don't need to you. Don't need to hunt for power when you already have so much power. I think they continued hunt for powers. Very telling to me. Because he trying their make up. What did you say is he like the Steve Jobs of makeup? I don't know Steve Jobs of makeup. Yes, that's exactly low keys. Steve Jobs was not agree guy. Okay. Let's move onto some of the more listeners submitted stuff. I feel like we did some good work on this James Charles Jeffery saw for star Taty Westbrook thing, I think that these developments will continue to happen, so quickly that this'll be terribly out of date, by the time we Guinot Ryan, I'm this aired is in terms of the storytelling. But I think that this is great. I'm obsessed with infidelity this guy who does tarot card Redan, and I had you watch his video beforehand. I wanna give a shoutout to him its aunt for diety like Anthony in emanate Aphrodite mixed together and for ninety. He's very I loved his potty video like him alluding to like her possibly have no controlling husband. I end like that because I. I love her husband, James. I don't know anything about him. He's just like the way she described him sounded really sweet. Yeah. He dislikes. He's aware. He helped out it will be jamming. Yeah, it will be devastating to find out that he's like a master manipulator. But then, again, we all know that people are fucking crazy. So who else is fucking crazy? And we have talked about. I know we want to close this chapter but Gabriel the Maura. Oh, yeah. Like, really, what's his deal? I don't know. He'll, but when I was watching that video that you told me to watch he mentioned, the third party that could be the one leaking this stuff is like definitely a water sign, and gave her the trees. So that tries and what he was getting out was like James has been loose lips with someone. And this person is a water sign, and we know like James and Gabriel has been talking about talking and stuff. I don't know. We'll see what happens someone in the comments of that video said that Taty is stepson is a waterside and I was like I will if it's taught you stepson. I will kill myself like I'm Gary hotline number James b. Be that I'm sorry if it was top. He's son Tyler, I would run off a bridge. He is so sweet, I like. But I stand the west were boys I love Tyler and I love James Westbrook Todd. She's husband. So I'm just check them out. I don't know this family. They're just so nice lake in a way that you can't fake like nature the way that they interact together. Like you can just tell that they're nice people, and I don't and I don't think you can fake it. I think that, like you would all have to be Oskar winning actors to fake family that interacts at kindly with one, another really have good nature. Charming generous rights hit of life written down for Todd g on my. No. Yeah. I mean there we go. But yes, you guys keep all that great those great nuggets at Ameris shared with us today in mind. Has that story unfolds because this is all, yeah, I think it's so murky. It's so murky going to continue for a while. So we got some emails tax one says, hey, I was wondering if you could ask if to libra can ever successful romantic relationship with each other. Sincerely, libra with Virgo moon. I love this being heard the answers totally. Yes, one of my closest friends, though, libra and his wife is brought they just had a baby last year. They're like the pin me of like such a happy couple. There's a lot of signs that if like to cancers together, that's just too much drama. But to Liebers together, you guys both know how to communicate you guys probably will talk way too much. But you guys are both ruled by Venus. That's the plan of planet of love. So there's like intense intimacy they're emotionally and physically. The only thing I would say is that libra or also ruled by Saturn and Saturn is very cold. Air lines are very cold and libra air signs. So you guys might struggled to break down that wall. But as soon as that wall comes down, like you guys have got it going on, like Labour's are fun. They're chill their charming adventurous understanding. See the only like worst, qualities. And I think you guys could easily work through these or that the Bruce can be like, no, it all, and they tend to be like, overly mature, fix very concerned with other people's opinions of them. That's their biggest downfall. I would say they, they're also very easily like manipulated and stuff. So make really have like one of those weird couples you know what I mean like. Yeah. Like a frayed people talking about them, and they're like earned, Dan and self. Fish in weird that go bad. I could see that. But it sounds awful. Yeah. No. For the most part, I would say like that is one of the combinations of, like same sign that would be the most positive. That's dove. I think it's so sweet to that, like, I don't know if I'm projecting on this. But typically, when I ask questions like this the world or of psychics, or of astrologist, or whatever I'm asking, because I'm like, really, really hoping that a relationship someone I really like will work. Yeah, it was acute work. My friends. I hope so too. I the Virgo moon is interesting like me said, our boy, James, Charles has this Burgo moon. But oh, you know what? That's interesting. They're both air signs of them. Maybe you share something in common with Jan. You might be a little sneaky. Yeah. No, I would say you guys have a good chance to learn to not care about other people's opinions. So it'd be my main advice. If you wanna buy including her significant other, or the people around them. And the people around them. So lightly around them might not think they're right for each other. But, like not over think that. Not necessarily just about the relationship just about everything. Because then like your entire character comes into question when you're so easily swayed by the things people say, like they they'll change for people like, LeBron will become anyone, you want them to become but. He your greatest gift is just stay true yourself and not all for that. Yeah. Yeah. Girl, why LeBron's, your Tedi works updates as update us, if you guys get engaged or something, you know. Okay. Here is another question from our mailbag. Why do Aquarius is get ragged on for being heartless and emotionless in what's your experience with them? You are. Do you have? Do you have do you have experiences with Aquarius? I mean is I'm going to speak about you, in particular, like you're one of the most loving way, warm balls of light, mushy people. I know it's so interesting. Because I wonder what the sign of the person who is e mailing this is because or, you know, maybe she's an Aquarius and she's worried about that or. Yeah. You know, she she might ban aquaria. Yeah. I mean, I will say that, like just reflief like an overarching thing is like those names that are going around, like where they're like, this is you're not, if you're like this is the clip from I love New York. That is the most like your design, you know, I think that those are very like not to be taken literally at all. And also the like swayed by the opinion of the person who's making them. So, you know, the way that I- mouth off. About Leo's all the time on this podcast is more under percents, everything to do with me and probably only ninety nine percent to do with Leo's. So. A one percent me projecting. To try to answer her question. I don't know. I wanna know to a fellow Aquarius. If you are in a Chris, because Chris are like the humanitarian of zodiac like we literally are here to like serve the community. But there is this is a cold streak to Aquarius where I could see them motionless for come out, they because they're so in for the greater good, they can cut off the personally. You know like. Like I master to die for like the rest of society to live. They will like murder that one person. Right. Right round. Like they have that ability. They're, they're very rational people, and they can be. No, it alls. I know growing up. I was like, no at all. None. You know, a chilled out, and I was like, not good luck, but Aquarius can be no at all. But other than that, I think we're like very chill very loving people and we're very FedEx so at grew and every single sign like is described by its negative traits, as well as the positive and the negative traits when they're written down can be very harsh. It's why I actually got off coast are because I felt like that AB had like just was like, not working for me, like literally every single day. It would be like bad air. It'd be like, good area, nothing and then he like. Areas of crisis in like it would be like work love money. You like oh, so, like my whole life is falling apart. Thanks coast on. Also not helpful at all. And I think sometimes in astrology like people, you know, it feels very, it's very personal when you're reading it and sometimes reading certain words aligned with your persona can feel extra harsh. So I don't I don't I mean that is so not my experience. View ameris. And I'm sure you know, Honey guidance like the Aquarius is like the help that makes total sense that makes total total says. Yeah, I don't know why Aquarius is our out. You're getting ragged on. I think we're all getting, you know. So this is from a friend of this show, they right? I'm a Scorpio the last year or two have been rough is a bad time for all Scorpio's. Or is it just me also? What's up with that newest frolic shit? It's hips your bullshit. Is it hipster bullshit? Or is it legit because under that unlike of sucking walrus or something? You know, it's so funny because he's saying, like the Scorpio's a walrus enhance a scorpion. Wait a minute, like that. Okay. So this is a good question. Like, basically, like what do you do? You think there's truth to the overall like idea in world of astrology? Obviously you do. But maybe this is a chance for you to sort of build up that in a mall. Get to the Scorpio part of it. I grew up like even when I was younger it was my sister got me into it. She was always into strategy. So like way before like if came trendy it was always just something we were into. And, you know, like my parents are pastors. So I think maybe we were looking for, like alternate things to believe in because we weren't into Christianity, and it was being hammered into us. I think if we believe, you know, in the moon cycles, and how the moon affects the tide like that's just a why can't we believe that, you know, and, and things in space, have this direct effects on us. If we're composed of, like what, what is it like ninety nine percent water? Some shit. Yeah. So I feel like you can make that argument there. And. I do believe in it, it put in regards to this question I do have like a rough time answering it because. When it comes to like. Tracking stuff. I'm not like super in depth with that. Like I don't really know how to answer that. I'm sorry. What in terms of the Scorpio aspect of it? Yeah. Like how they, they about the last two years or so. I would recommend them. Go do what has to like, go on a website and find their progress, char inclined to see where they're at. Because when you look at your progress chart, it shows, you where the planets are currently like it might not be in Scorpio right now. It could be somewhere else. Personal question. That's like major like affects for me. When I found out later like oh, you are blank was in blank for the last two years. And that made again, the financial issues or the, you know, fear or whatever that you've been experiencing like business Ben unstable because this planet was out of here for a really long time like that. That makes sense. I do find good who are friend who wrote this in. I will see that I find horoscopes to be incredibly comforting to look back on. So if I were you I would take this time to go read your maybe last year's in review on, like Susan Miller or something. Visit Miller used Miller has a great year in reviews. I don't know. She still nursing and those were all out goal for me to look at because they'd be like, oh, this is around the time I was moving LA like. This is why this energy was born. So it helps sort of more to like look back on it for me than it does to really like, overly anticipate, and that could be like a fun, part of astrology that you could explore on your own. And I guess you could also answer your second question with that. And see what's up with this new astrology shea may be you'll want you in it may be won't you know, but it's never too late to start. I know for me. It's very comforting. I love her, but I also don't use it to dissipate stuff. I more like both as well. Yeah. I agree like it's, it's very light. Just I think also this could be my Capra corn. We're actually going to have a cap on question as I can, but for me with my Capricorn I feel like I would rather into all possibilities than like holding hope out for one or expecting one outcome to happen. Like I think that that's very damaging thinking, just in terms of light. Oh, like I'm. Gonna hope out for this in wished for this like this is going to eventually happen to meet that person. Mike. No. Like all that happen in life. You still have to make them happen like these are over on for what's possible for you for lex success for work for love for whatever. All of these things are like. What's possible in that time for you and best possibilities in like you have to work to make your possibilities happen? So sometimes they like putting false goal ahead of you is very like it can be damaging, you know, told him or so. Matty, Cesca wants to know famous cap reports I share a birthday on plunder. Mom eating under, mommy, Queen of Glendale, Sakaba corn is share birthday with George Foreman. So an Elvis, Presley is a famous cap record. I know Zoe Dacian L or business partner was also a Capricorn as well. Do you know David David Lynch is my favorite came as Capricorn? Good. Who else David Lynch is my number one Elvis. I knew the comp record. But to be honest, you, you really are the number one, you must have return. Your the ruler and die. There's on me. Though. I this is my Molly spec in crazy. Because her friends, second build what you know, she's has she a famous Capricorn young guys. I'm almost famous Capricorn note not. I mean not Ryan seagrass. Whoa. Kate middleton. No. None of them. It's me. Molly for sure. I don't think Kate Middleton has her own matches. So I sure you beat her. That's true. I mean, everyone Rodley Cooper, like means nothing compared to me in this town blue Ivy Carter. She's a nobody. Trueblue Ivy was born during my birthday party. Like the guys it's about me, it was choose born during my birthday going the only non thinks blue ID was born during her birthday. No, I was at my birthday party. When I found out that blue, I was born on January, which is also on Elvis's birthday and an issue the guard before him. He is a Capricorn baby. She was born preempted Virgo. So the fellow or it's so interesting. Good. I was talking to someone this week, who was Virgo. And she said like, oh, I've always felt so connected to you, like, and I want, like, what's your sign, and I was like I cannot believe Virgo likes, like I, I was like I don't like anyone. Thank you compliment. Because I don't go on this planet aided me. So I appreciate that. What's up? Virgos early. I'm gonna get some hate here, but I, I don't care virgos are nasty people. They just hate everyone. They hate everything thin, live like an Abed of a scusi where everyone. I just don't fuck with vertigo. You are like more, so like this is the other best part about astrology as like literally Orson has, like an irrational. Elamine Burgos, national like it's like it's kind of rational. Now I stepped in shit awhile back because IRA Madison third came on. And I you know, he made me, make some statements that I've retracted, he did not make me make. But I'm running the idea that IRA force me into this statement. And it was Aries our trash, and I also forgot that is a lien Leonardo. When I accepted this statement that he brought in my life. I sat in I take it back. I am also an Aries rising sign so it doesn't like a few are maybe that's a little self hatred in there. Maybe it's pleaser in me that wanted to say that, I think Aries are trash someone writes, Rachel, gene rights, wire Aries trash Lang. I don't think they are, but I don't think they are either actually love areas. But I heard a story for what Aries are actually draft. Oh, come my, my best friend is an airy and he okay, one time we snuck into this abandoned building together and out of nowhere these, like hip bulls came running at us barking. So we're trying to escape this abandoned building. He gets to the door I through the door and slams shut right in my face. That's San problem. That's oppressed. This Aries in a nutshell. This are all about self survival, and is it means killing their best friends, leaving them to die with hip full tearing them apart. That is not saying of him that is not very Aquarius of him at all. That is seen in thing. And that's why Aries our trash, I could being like as an Aquarius being so hurt by that. I mean you. So hurt that I even just like said it publicly on a podcast. It's no, like ten years before I my ex was eleo, and we heard like a rumbling by the trash can one night. We were like outside. His trash cans, like were kind of notorious or like ten notorious known all around town for being the treasurer. No, but homeless he were always in his trash, they would get off at the bus, stop, like right by in. They would like hang like hideout by the dumpsters. So we start to run inside and the fucking locked heavy door. Like they're like, literally, the steel door slam shut and he walks me outside like with this homeless alleged homeless person that fire sign. I was like, what are like, literally, you're my boyfriend's like whole? Is. Get me. And there's you know what I need is good. I was the one who I heard the noise like me at the years like. It's an not is like one of those moments where you're like, oh, it's because it's profound. Yeah. Like leaves you on the other side of a door. That is a profound moment for sure. Like I think about it all the time. And like areas, Leo's sanitaire. It's just fire signs in general. They have this, like self survival mode, that they go into, and they'll always choose themselves over anyone else. I think. Well, funny, my God. That's why Aries trash. But we love them. But I you know, why is an Aries my best friend, I doesn't areas like gotta give it up to a lot of areas out there. Yeah. I love areas that might only God that doesn't Aries my dog says, Mary, too. Oh, that's such an my gay best friend. So. Damn fucking dogs and gave us friends, gotta keep America. So many mills writes, why did geminis get such a bad rap. Because of James Charles. I'm kidding be actually because of Donald Trump. And now of. Cognate was. There's lots of people have pets. I love Germanized. I'm kidding. I'm an Aquarius. So I'm you know. Fellow heir sign and I love my ear signs. And Jemma is act. Like Germany's up there for like being one of my favorite signs my grandma's a German. I and she is like such a sweetheart. I don't know why John is are. I mean I do because they're fucking crazy. But they, they also have such big hearts. And I don't think people talk about God enough. Yeah. I think that anything I it's so interesting because, like geminis everyone already has duality to them, and then, like, geminis is on top of that are like known for like an additional layer of that in for everything bad about it. There's also good there, too. You know, in as someone it's so funny that Christina listed these questions this way. I wonder if it was intentional because I'm a cat on within areas, moon in voting fuck it. He put my shit on blast. She put my shit. Yeah. I will tell you like I cried when I found out, Gemini, was in my chart was, I always had such, like a bad feeling. Gemini is like film in the stomach. When someone I hold me in just it's kind of fucked up like the, you know, there's you cleared, I the one who told you that I think it was you, it was you or Chris Medina. I think it might have been you. I remember telling you, that because I don't know, areas everywhere my chart and I thought that I was a statutory us in the new told me Gemini. Yeah. I think you I was like, really like upset when he's old. I remember that. Okay. So we have someone from. P. H O, P, A day, it says, am I a real Scorpio, if I have almost no jealous feelings in forget, slights almost immediately? I e not vengeful. Well, I would say, we've got look at your full chart 'cause your son sign doesn't define you. You know, you've got you've got so many layers to your chart to look into that probably. Give us more inside. If you really are Scorpio's. Yes. Do you have that kind of notorious jealous streak and berry bunch vengeful, if you're not, I'm figuring you probably have like a really chill moon sign like, like, maybe an Aquarius moon or something? That's, that's what I would say. Yes. Sure, real Scorpio, you just probably have have other parts of your chart that are not on the given you're not Unger. Jeffrey star like yellow all over the place. It's so funny that all of these questions are like the characters in our story. I know it is we the query is, we've got the Gemini and Scorpio. It's so interesting that like it worked out like that, too. Like I mean, I'm sure Christina gonna give her some credit here. I'm sure she planned this quite a bit. But damn. Yeah. So. Then we get a very desperate attention seeking Email from. Days. The goal it says, can we take a look at Leo's area tides larger than life, selfish limelight lovers versus something like that adjacent? I'm not terrible. LOL. I'm not terrible aloe. But I assume that this is a defensive statement. Let's take a look at their stereotypes for, for everyone's mental health. Let's examine because I have people on this podcast for years. But at the same time I. I think someone has to be real with the Leo's about who they are. Okay. Yes. Leo's can't help themselves. They just love making everything about themselves. I've never had Leah is not like that. But I will the thing in Leo's, they're also like very, they're very warm people. And they're caring and kind hearted actually Leo is the opposite sign of Aquarius. So we are, like, you know, to have the whole play like Aquarius serves the community and society, and we owe serve themselves. themselves. But also, they, they serve people. They, they love to serve people on an individual level. You know, like they're about person to person whereas Aquarius of society. So we have this ability to like make make someone feel special. They know how to do that. They know how to care about people. They're very loving. They're not all bad. Why I, I saw much. I'm I'm a sucker. Really actually lovely. Oh. Yeah. Did you I said, why do I need them so much? Because I, I have to say like two year lasting like I have a soft spot for Leo's to your people that have fucked me over time and time again, like just along like always just like never found never were good. Friends in the long run, never were long relationship partners in the long run. I know that Capricorn bring a lot of impossibility to the table in their own way. And I'm just wondering why is like, there's nothing like I would say not attention seeking about what I'm doing right now. I'm hosting if I can podcast. I enjoy as well. I don't look down sunshine. But like why do why is it such a shit storm for me in a Leo? You know, I mean it's interesting because you're moon is in Leo. So I wonder how much that comes from your moon being in Leo and moon is in Leo. You're moon is in Leo. No, an Aries. Are you? Sure I thought it was an area too. So that's why I was confused when Leo kept coming up. I'm a Capricorn Aries. Gemini? I that's what I thought because like I always tell you, you're like my mom. She's the top of corn, son Aries moon, but every pulled pulled it through Chari kept saying Leo moon. No really, I don't know. This is Jack dob. Let me I did it on several different websites, 'cause I was getting like all your info. I can't live like this. If it turns me, oh, again, I'm going to need that suicide hotline number. This is. Well, I even confused though because I know that you had an areas moon. I was like where did this? Every, but I tried. They say. But it's like I literally printed out your chart from, like several different websites, and they all gave me Leo moon. Oh, and I was I was confused because I've always known you to be an Aries man. I'm gonna hand for the FBI. Yeah. Let's call the FBI fucking wait. Jeffrey star, put my shit. After this. He's already like he's streaming this to Calabasas somehow. Aid someone. Would not be surprised if that's the level. Alone assets. Jeffrey star. Glendale, fucked me over. January nineteen right? Ten oh stupid. Okay. So you're not Lioma this total. Okay. Good. Okay. She's prize, you. You sent me a typo in your text message on some. I'm literally just turned autocorrect on miss me because I've always been like I'm not using. One's gonna tell me. I was really disappointed because I was like, you know, I always oh, you and Camilo and my friend, Lydia together as my Capra porn areas people. But like, you know, my mom's Capricorn Aries, and I just like seek people that have my mom's I okay. So good. Typo of me I will say that's airy. I was really confused. I was like, when did this happen? Did we talk about nor Jaffrey star paid for my moons move? We have one last question also from Cassidy's ical, who went straight into the Leo thing to just writing this sentence, Bruce, Willis and Demi Moore. I'm sorry in wrote after note from Christina, I suppose they're asking about the charts. I don't know. Are they talking about Leo's, Bruce Willis and Demi Moore Leo's away? I looked is vote. Willis is a Pisces and Demi Moore's Scorpio. So they're both water signed and not only are they water signs. I looked up there elements like what they're dominant elements. Are he is forty five point seven percent water, which is insane? I thought that was crazy. And then I went to look at Demi Moore and she's fucking crazier. She's fifty seven point seven percent water. She's almost sixty percent water, which is in sane like these two people must be like so highly sensitive and passionate and like insane. Is there mushroom episode about them? I believe there is. Yes. Guys mushroom, God ADA Gus Chuck it out. It's a shot out poise the best until I got to meet him. The craziness of you the one day that toys ever in L A's, also. To LA. It's like bam Mo's like wonderful his thing that's ever happened. The stars lines that day Honey that was magical. Sure. I feel like we recorded for so much longer than we were supposed to. Did. We have a lot of stumps Sykes. This was incredible you were amazing at this America's. On. Yeah. You were the bomb sooner link your social media in the bio of this. If we don't do that, then she didn't want that. But Ameris you gotta come back to do a thing with Christina cash to thank you so much for being with me for doing this and tell your sister said, hi and enjoy the rest of your pizza in a big from a police station. I'm sure guys. Thanks for sending in those questions. In what a gift. Right, they were fun. They were so fun. I'm you know, God, we talked about the James. So all my God. I just checked my phone with bated breath to find out, whether or not completely out of date already in thankfully, John toys, not dropped any bombs on the Lord's day. Is it still the black harder the most recent tweet? Oh my God. Let me shock. I'm like every time I go on his profile it's just this lack heart that he tweeted last night. I deleted the Twitter opera my phone. So really thought I was doing something for myself. And yeah, but I've been Daryl iding in through the web, browser like a maniac. It's like what early alike. It's like any other addict like finding loophole like. Let me some good just the blackheart. Okay. Well art bitch. His heart is black in new set it for the last. I love you so much. You guys make sure to reach back out at out to us about this. We may, we can do another episode with you really soon in sort of answer. Some more questions from the community. Yes, that's so much fun. This is awesome. I love you girl. Let some I'll talk live you up. Oh, okay. Okay. Mommy, by Honey bee. Well, stay well in by talk to you soon.

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