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#mindright | Todd McCullough

Do The Thing, with Whole30's Melissa Urban

42:08 min | 1 year ago

#mindright | Todd McCullough

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It's the easiest way to always have whole thirty emergency food on hand had to kettlebells kitchen dot com and use the code do the thing for twenty five dollars off your first two orders of fifty dollars or more hi. My name is Melissa urban and you're listening to do the thing a podcast where we explore what's been missing every time you've tried to make change and make it steps today. My guest is todd McCullough. He is one of my very best friends and the founder of teamwork fitness and t MAC twenty twenty minute no equipment workouts. He's not here to talk about team twenty but I WanNa talk about team twenty because because it is such a great exercise protocol twenty minutes no equipment needed. You can do these workouts at home in your living room at a park at a gym. I see people doing them with their spouses doing them with their kids. He's got workouts for every level from beginner to advanced and there are even some new yoga workouts. I love them when I'm short on time one. I'm staying in a hotel that doesn't have a great gym or when I'm home and I just don't feel like going all the way to the gym to get a good workout in so for anyone who wants to stay in shape or get back into shape but you don't have the time or capacity to spend hours in a gym trust. Mateen Mac twenty workouts will do the job and while this is not a commercial for t AMAC twenty if you did discount code for thirty free days. We'll have one for you at the end of the episode. Okay what we are here to talk about. Today is that taught is the person who introduced me to the fore part mind right meditation crafts. This is the one you see me doing every morning. In My instagram stories I've been sitting down in the middle of my gym immediately post workout and meditating for almost two years now and it's hands down the single most impactful part of every training session my gym on a Weekday morning is loud and busy and chaotic and frantic and yet most days when I end my practice and open open my eyes. I'm calmer more centered more grounded and clear on my intentions for the day. I've been researching the benefits of meditation since I wrote it starts with food in two thousand eleven the more I read the more I believed. Meditation was the key to everything physical health emotional wellbeing spirituality -ality resilience but despite trying really hard I could never develop a habit of meditating which is silly 'cause. I'm such an upholder. I tried guided guided meditations listening to my breath loving kindness meditations APPs. I would meditate at night. I'd meditate during the day no matter what it never stuck until tod- Sada's down after a hard workout. Nashville in a room full of gym goers told me to close my eyes and walked me through a mind right meditation from that day on. I've never missed a session in this episode. We'll talk about what mind right means to each of us his background and spirituality -ality and the relationship between prayer and meditation he shares attacking your meditation on post workout. Walk run or hike is the most effective effective way to drop in and each of shares what the four parts of the mind right meditation practice sounds like when we're going through it on our own all also share some of the unexpected expected benefits of this practice and todd. We'll explain how even the busiest of US can incorporate a mind right habit. Even if you don't have a dedicated exercise practice I promise you don't need to have spiritual practice or religious affiliation to reap the benefits. Although I do use my time on the turf to listen to God you know those messages from the universe that I'll share on instagram. I'll explain in this episode where they come from. This episode is for everyone. If you WANNA feel more connected did to a higher power others or yourself if you WANNA show up in life with more capacity in grace if you trust that in just five minutes a day you can fill your own cup so you have more to give those you love. Please keep listening. I've experienced life changing benefits of this practice and I want you you to experience it to now onto the episode all right todd McCullough welcome back to do the thing I was so glad to be here. I'm going to have you back because we actually recorded this episode for the very first one a million years ago and I was very bad at it. You're like a real. PODCASTS are now now. I'm a little bit better yeah but I I didn't want to air the first one because it did not do our relationship justice. We are such good friends and I don't think that came across in the first one. God happy to be here happy to share with the whole thirty communities all folks that follow along with living in my kitchen table very professional good morning at has been a good morning and we're GonNa talk about what we did this morning in light of this podcast which is all about your mind right meditation practice but the first question I ask all of my guests is what's your thing. My I sing is to help busy. Mom and dad's move in connect each day. You know years ago. I did personal training. La For about ten years and I really saw there was this huge demographic of people that wanted to work out wanted to have some sort of daily spiritual practice but didn't have time basically you know we try to provide a really great opportunity for mom and dad's wake up each day moved their bodies get connected again and do a quick little meditation prayer in all they could stuff. I love not. I love that so you're going to hear US say the word mind right like seven hundred twenty three times in this podcast Hashtag Mon- tag mind right. What is mind right mean to you. That's a great question I think for. If you ask our audience they probably all give you different but similar answers for me. Personally it is I would say mindset in purpose meaning that one thing I've learned over the years is an athlete. Is that the one thing you control each day's your attitude but what really it also just equally important for me is the purpose part and so we can talk more about the mind right meditation later but as you know there's a Kirk Michael Part of that. It makes you helps you feel connected each day and what we mean by connected is like this understanding that it's more than just about you right. You're connected connected to something bigger for some people. That's a spiritual practice for some people. It's community but for me is a daily reminder like this isn't all about you todd to be able to start start your day with the sense of purpose. Yes it helps you filter in the rest of the day. I think in a proactive manner yeah for me. It's funny that you said everyone's going to give you a little bit of a different answer. I associate mind rates specifically with the meditation practice that we're going to talk about but every morning I find that I need something different some mornings. We need to feel energized some mornings. I may need to ground some mornings. I may need to like project in give other mornings. I need to recharge for myself and just the act of having having this practice that allows me to get my mind right to check in with myself find what I need in that moment in that day and then set the intention for the rest of my day a makes the biggest difference in how does it make you feel. Oh my gosh we're going to talk about because this has been. I couldn't name on one hand some of the most life changing things things that I've experienced over the course of my life the work of Byron Katie is one. The whole thirty is one this mind right meditation practice also one. That's how life changing. Those are some big names there. You are right up there so I wanNA talk about mind right in association with the specific Meditation Practice that you've created created and developed this meditation practice started for you back on the beaches of California when you would wake up in the morning and go surf. Can you describe what that looked like. You know so I think to kind of bringing all the way back right. I came to know Christ told yourself right at a deep connection to God at an early age I grew up in the south and that was a critical Michael Part of my upbringing and united wake up in the morning and do my kind of morning prayers in his. You've been around like a prayed before we eat. This is what was kind of a part of my life. Insult was twelve and as I moved to California started studying a practicing yoga. I was introduced to meditation and it was kind of Lisp. Honestly Yoga got further. I I don't know five or six years was just about the Movement for me just about waited. I had some injuries in football as a way I could sweat and not you know not hurt afterwards afterwards and then really the injuries flared up again and it got raw literally couldn't even do yoga like the pain was so bad my knees my shoulders my back from football go gators by the way those you listening so. I would go out as all right. Well you know being an athlete like you have to move your body or if you're not moving your body. I feel so disconnected. Breath smells like right well. How can I move my body in a way that blue cat run can't do a push up so's we've got this cold asked. Pacific Ocean and and it was like during the winter which is about fifty five degrees ocean out there and I could go at sunrise and get in the ocean and the first five minutes is just brutal for those you're familiar with the Pacific Ocean during the winter and it helped me develop this meditation practice right because if you're gonNA stay in there I would swim around for about twenty minutes but if we're GONNA make it past at first five you start to develop the skill set so to speak where you remove yourself from the actual physical body where you're like looking down from above in a Lotta Yogis will call it like being the Observer I mean I've heard about it in the yoga row but it really happened in the ocean cold. There have been just like I'm GonNa last longer than five minutes tomorrow tomorrow. molest a longer than eight minutes and you develop. This muscle right like the brain is just to look at. It's just like your gluts right trying to do squats who are trained the mind you. I need to meditate yeah so go back. You're back in the ocean. You then found this observer mentality where you were able to stay in this cold environment and quiet the mind coming out of the ocean. You would sit on the beach. I would sit on the beach be reasonable. Your teeth are chattering and you have to learn to control the breath us and against build up muscle of bringing your mind out of the body and I would have you know sorta visualize myself back around the campfire in Georgia after hunting in the morning with my family and sitting around like I could actually see my dad my brother my nephew around a campfire warming up and I will actually start to warm up whether my body temperature did that or not but I start to feel. Warsaw came really fascinated with the power of the mind and that was all right. This is pretty freaking amazing and going back to sense of purpose right. I I've had this background for the first half of my life as an athlete right like I dedicated my life to football the ball and I had a certain skill set in that area and now I felt like I just learned this new incredible tool with yoga meditation and I was like it's now my responsibility ability to take what I've learned from the yoga meditation and give this to the community. I'd like to say it started with a team twenty workout which those who have done our workouts the twenty minutes workouts no equipment excuses and each workout ends in the meditation prayer and that's what we offer you know. I said the beginning for busy mom and dad's day but it was really. He's like two years of just me look like crazy out there in Santa Monica playing around with like I got this from sports. I got this from Yoga. How emerged these things and you know there could be other ones out there now. I'm not saying we're not but I don't know many workout programs that include a mindfulness practice and to me that was I was asking for advice years ago. When I was starting this all right todd do not include this spiritual practice with exercise. There's a reason why why people don't do that right there. Separate response was like look I could be wrong but I've got no desire to create a workout program Burke's share. I definitely want to ask you about the relationship between prayer and meditation. If those who listen this is a question I get a lot also from those for more traditional what Christian practice is like a little a little worried about the word meditation and the way that described this this question often stink of praying as a way of talking to God and think of meditation the way to creating the space to hear God you know whatever your spiritual practice into my favorite thing so we opened this up to everyone Christian to do this is when you can still the mine fine you create the space to hear God and I think that is something in our busy. Tech World that we all live in is so needed yeah it would be wonderful if we can get all the micronutrients bodies need from our diet but no matter how many green smoothies we drink we could all use some targeted vitamin and mineral support enter ritual the obsessively researched vitamin for women by women from d three to Omega. 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At ritual dot com slash do the thing so you started with being in the ocean and then sitting being after an meditating and then that eventually translated into the gym when you were able to get back into the gym and started Doing Team Twenty workouts and gym workouts getting an and meditating. I have found that meditating after my workout has made the difference in creating meditation practice that sticks because I'd been trying for years here's to meditate I try in the morning I would try at night. I would try midday and I could never get a practice that sticks until I discovered meditating after my workout. Why is that specific time so effective. There's something about shocking the system right getting the blood flowing and then once you've done that for whatever the reason and you can drop in easier to meditation right so for example you like to go to the gym. You've already got that good routine now. Drop the meditation and right after that for for spoon. We've got runners who go do their run and in the coming their house they do the meditation but shocking this system shocking system again it can be a run. It can be jumping in the ocean. It could be surfing. It could be going to the gym and then dropping into the brief. Meditation allows the nervous system to switch over go deeper into the meditation is is a game changer. It is so you're describing into shocking the system the way I think about it is that I need a toddler who needs to like get the Tantrum out before before they can have a rational conversation. I go into the gym and I physically work through whatever stress or whatever negative emotion or anger or fear resentment. I'm physically working that through my system so that by the time I sit down to meditate after my workout. The bulk of those feelings have been physically process process and now as you said I'm able to drop it. I'm more I'm calmer. I'm a little bit more rational and a little bit more logical and I feel like that movement is what allows me to actually then sit a little bit more comfortably and more in peace than set that intention well. Thank you said it perfectly right so you're just something about moving the body getting out the stress out of the body. I would movement to drop them yeah and then the other piece that you mentioned which is so mission critical. Is that any time you're trying to set or create a new habit. The best way to start a new habit is attack it onto an existing habit. I don't know which is more effective for me. I think they're both equally effective but the fact that I was already going to the gym every day or six days a week and all I would do is just add an extra five minutes at the end shifted sneeze. I was actually bourbon the fact that I was able to add it onto the end of my existing workout and just tack on an extra five minutes means that it was always getting done and so it was a habit from the very beginning because I added it onto something I was already doing and we see that a lot of people most people you know whether we like it or not they come to our program to lose ten pounds and we meet them where they are with a twenty minute workout right and they can do it in their home and no equipment and then then they start to do the little brief. Meditation were like well. I'm already here now as well do it right so the came there just for the physical Michael and then they start to realize I'll get some of these messages like from some guy you know middle nowhere George. I'm doing that Meditation Day. I don't know what it is but I feel good puts a huge smile on my facebook. I'm dude from North Florida. If you told me I would be doing meditation and Yoga. There was no no way inhale. I could ever imagine that so. I really do have a passion for people that are just curious about it. We all know that movements good. We all know that a meditation Tation or prayer mindfulness practice goodest mostly will have the time yeah the time and they don't know what it looks like and this is what we're going to get into next is what your specific four-part apart practice is and what I love about it is that it's sort of a hybrid if you ask someone to just sit and meditate on their own. They're like man what am I am. I supposed to go totally Zen and not. I don't think about anything which I am. I supposed to count me do my breathing. Am I listening like what do I do and it's very difficult. I find to get into that practice. This guided meditations are really really nice but you don't always have like the timer capacity to sit through a guided meditation and meditation what you actually need at the moment so what you've designed is a very very nice hybrid. Take us through each of the four parts of the mind right meditation sure I'll I'll take your throat and again. This is what's amazing about what Melissa's done is think of this as a template right like I'm not one. That says sister says this is the only way to do it but think of template go toward a few times and then tweak it to make it work best for you right so we'll go to a four part meditation and east part normally lasts about thirty seconds to a minute and the first one is just a moment of gratitude right. You just got to move your body. Are you finished your workout. You woke up today. Get a roof over your head. You've got family friends but make it personal right just a moment of gratitude and just starting in your day that way is so powerful in you'll sit with that for about thirty seconds to a minute and then you move into lifting up a loved one right so for example always share one winded often. Do is my brother's a police officer so I'll see him. Come home from work in his in his car. His wife and kids are waiting for him on the Front Porch. I see a big smile. Oh come across my niece and nephews face my brother's face and you're pouring blessings. Imagine is glowing light hovering over your loved one and you're pouring blessings upon them throughout off today which is such a special thing to do right to again to realize. It's not just about you right in the third part as visualizing success. What does it look like but more importantly. What does it feel like so like our friend Kathleen. The whole thirty th this weekend was actually talking about what does that success look like in your business fuel that have that moment now and it could be as simple as like literally taken your kid to soccer practice and seeing him kick the ball but visualize what successes and what more porn again what does it feel like have that moment and the final part is just being present being still listen to the rise of the fall of the breath the sounds of the room so those you know familiar with Melissa Story. She's in a gym. Weights are moving around sounds are everywhere but that's her special place right and she's just being completely present and that's where the magic happens the mind still able to settle in and when you're done you open your eyes. There's this sense of peace like you. Just did this bad. It asks workout. You're sweating five minutes ago. You're huffing and puffing and now you're just have so much peace in communist again. I think is just a better way of operating throughout the day and whatever filters come your way. Whatever stimulus comes your way. You just have a better lens to see operate in the world yeah so that is the original practice that you took me through. It's gotta be what two years ago now when I visited you in. Nashville we sat down and I had done it with you on the show in the ocean but I'd never done it in the gym. we were we sat in the middle of March Jim we had done this like pull up in dead lift and all these different workouts and we sat in the gym and did it and it was the first time I had done the practice in space space like that and I came home and immediately implemented it into my own gym workouts and as you said I keep that template in mind but I have customized used a little bit along the way so to- tobacco so really like US improved and I think it could be an improvement. I just think it works really well for me so I never ever time it. I sit in each practice. I sit in each section. As long as I need no idea how long it takes I've never tried to time it before. In the first practice gratitude and sometime cycling equaling through sometimes it is just a laundry list of gratitude and sometimes the gratitude is that I was able to get into the gym and move my body that my head felt good enough that I got a good night's sleep. Sometimes it's like one big thing that I'm grateful for one person that I'm grateful for often. It's just brandon. I'm so grateful that he's in my life. I I'm grateful for you all the time for this meditation practice us which is kind of Meta in the second section lifting someone up. This is where I think about sending light to people that I love and sometimes it's people in my own life. Sometimes it's the people in my community so I'll get it from someone who's battling cancer or who lost their mom and like dots who I'm lifting up. Sometimes I lift myself up because Lord knows I could use a little bit of helping could use some connection to God the third part I think is what I've customized the most and I've used that to start setting my own intention for the day. This is where I asked myself self. It is what is success look like but it's me checking in with myself to say what do I need today and I will cycle through like words or feelings until one on lands. Do I need grounding. Do I need connection. Do I need quiet. Do I need energy every once in a while and I use this opportunity very clearly to talk to God and to listen listen to God he will like jump into my space and throw a word in my lap and when I tell you that that message comes through loud and clear as if he is talking directly into to my ear I'm not kidding and sometimes I'll share those instagram feed. I call them messages from the universe but I'll get a message that's very loud very clear and I know that that's what I need and that's coming indirectly from my connection to the universe and then I sit and listen and the sitting and listening part is like my dessert. Honestly there are times where I will be like. Kinda tired tired and I'm not really sure I want to go to the gym but I'll go because I know if I go. I get to do my mind right and if I get to my mind right. I get to sit and listen totally amiss. Honestly I go to the gym now. The reason is it I mean I love to move an exercise obviously but honestly like yourself like the biggest thing for me. Now is is the mindfulness practice. It's absolutely magical so I sit and listen. Listen and listen as you said you. You did it in my gym with me. Just an hour ago we listened to the sounds of the weights and the trainers barking orders and the two different musics that are playing over the sound system then balls slamming and I find it quite beautiful it is. It's been so awesome to watch you kind of journey. Go through that as your friend and for those you you at home watching against sometimes. I know that if I was listening to this years ago it sounds very abstract. This is a very practical in easy to implement way right is I'm not gonNA say the first time you're going to start filling float on a cloud but it's something that you can implement an every everyday life and then if you're someone who's interested again like like I say being in a better parent better. Co Workers Better friend. Try to explore again like it's completely free to try and explore and this so this. This is where I WANNA go next. which is I think people are intimidated by the idea because they're afraid they're not gonna do it right or their mind? Is kind of squirreling all over the place. They're not doing it right or if they can't get to a place where the zippers yeah. I used to feel that way and you know like everyone's doing this ship awesome meditation. Dang my my mind is all over the place and there's a couple of tools to kind of help with that right. One of the ones is like you can imagine your thoughts as like a balloon coming by and you just simply like a fight ignore you simply pop the balloon pass by but I also think there's something beautiful about like just listening being present to the faults in the sound. You hear it's just the IT allows the mind to still you as you were saying. You know you think God like brings. Brent God brings you. You got brings you a word again. One of the biggest differences are say differences. I all I like I said I prayed throughout the day but your current space so I think here God and that's how you're able to get these messages do so to speak as you say such beautiful thing yeah and whether you think you're connected to God or whether you're connected to an energy that we all hair or the universe I or even just sitting with yourself. There's something so beautiful about sitting with yourself and asking yourself. What do I need in this moment yeah reconnecting connecting each day to your physical body. That'll wome as so many benefits yeah so. I think it's important to remember that. Meditation is the practice it's not a destination the nation and sometimes the practice is me sitting down and realizing that seven hundred times in this five minute period my mind has wandered and I've just noticed that it's wandered and I've brought it right right back and I think that's that's the key the the act of showing up for yourself in this fashion every day. That is the lesson that is the benefit absolutely and I I think going back one of the things that has been really again touched on earlier. Talking is the purpose part you know that again. I'm not saying the people come to us to lose weight and we're happy to meet them where they are but once we can get some shifting to a stronger why like. I feel great when I do the team twenty workout. I'm happy happy. I'm more like a better husband more present when my kid. I'm not on my phone all the time. There's a lot of people out there that want to be a better parent bright in these are tools ooh yeah my collection of active wear is both extensive and stylish stylish in two thousand seventeen when fabrics opened a store in Salt Lake City. 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That's fabrics dot com slash do the thing there's another benefit of this this mind right meditation practice that. I don't think I'm not sure you realize I did not realize until I started doing it and started sharing it. which is the idea of claiming claiming space so you've seen me? I will sit down in my gym. I don't sit on the middle of a platform while instead lifting but I'm also not stuck in a dark corner. I'm and finding a quiet spot in the gym and I should wait for a sled. Yes I tried to move away from this leads at least but I've done this in a very busy Jim in the middle of in Manhattan. I've done this in. La I've done this gyms all over the world where I will find a space and sit and claim it and I've had so many people particularly women say say just the act of claiming. My space in the gym is so empowering like I deserve to sit in this spot and have this mind signed right meditation just as much as the guy who's doing bicep curls or the person who's dead lifting and like that's such a powerful mindset that I don't think even I realized when I started doing I certainly didn't and I've heard that a lot through some of the direct messages through instagram that I get you know being a bigger than normal guy. It's not really something I've ever had to deal deal with. I think what does mine right mean to you and I said I think that if you ask our community I'll give you a little different answer and that's one right there that I never anticipated but but I've heard it over and over such an amazing thing for someone to do yeah so empowering. It is really empowering. It isn't and I think the more I think that translates translates into every area of your life as you said I believe this mind right meditation practice especially when combined with like t MAC twenty workout or your workout in the gym or your Rhonda Nigger Hike makes you a better parent a better spouse a better employee. It makes you more confident. It makes you happier one of the earliest experiences. I had with meditating meditating on my own. When I came back to from Nashville was I had gone in on a Saturday morning. My kid was having a really tough morning like one of those mornings where I could not be happier to drop them off in the daycare. He's your problem now and get into the gym and it was just I was just so pissy through my whole workout like I was annoyed and I was just how how am I going to handle this kid for the rest of the weekend a bad parenting moment and I sat down to do my mind right and I came out of it. An entirely new person I had grace I had patients I had compassion and we went on to have a wonderful rest of our weekend and I firmly believe that his behavior changed because my behavior change age because my mindset changed and in that moment I realized the power of this meditation practice. It's pretty amazing. Yeah I have goosebumps. No I mean that's When I hear that a lot like similar stories like that being able to control your mindset the exit everyday is not perfect being able to be a positive mindset affects your kids. It does right if someone doesn't have a regular workout practice they. They don't go to the gym five days a week like I do. They don't do team twenty four times a week. How could they implement this mind right practice so I tell people all the time honestly when beginners I reach out to Mesa where we actually built out a whole beginner platform now for beginners of the team at twenty workouts. I'm so happy we've done. We've got to amazing trainers who teach that building and Lorne but I but I've been telling people for years walk but after your walk do the mind right meditation. There's a concept in our program. We call the three twenties you have three three twenty minute windows in your natural day right when I wake up lunch and dinner right and this is huge especially for people trying to develop a new healthy routine so maybe you don't like workout first thing walk your pet for CIGNA morning. Go for a walk and in drop into the meditation but try to move first and then during your lunch break. Try to get in your walk again right right like most people have thirty to forty five minutes when our for lunch and then in the evening is after work trying to get in another walk or even your team at twenty if you didn't do it that morning so the idea idea I think the three twenty concept is really something that's tangible and practical for busy people that are looking to build a new routine and just whenever you fit in whenever you you do that movement trauma meditation Yes dope laments and I think I've also heard you talk about how it doesn't have to be a structured exercise that you probably have moments in your day where you're out throwing the ball all with your dog. You're playing with your kids. You guys are walking around the block or you go to the park and that's a perfect opportunity also to then afterwards remind writing and like bonus. St with your kids. That's one of the most encouraging things I see people from around the world teaching their kids and the kids. Maybe awake. Catha Tom Halftime not the what a great thing for your kid to see you do that one day. They're going to sit there with their kids but like I don't are remember. MOM was such a bad ass like she got up every day. Dinner Team at twenty did this meditation and now it's something they've been able to implement in their life and pass on their children dron and that is a honestly goosebumps like that is that purpose and why for what I do at team exit nece yeah it really is and everything. I've read said that meditation for kids is such a powerful tool for things like attention and behavior and even just confidence and socialization so I do love that idea. I've a lot the people who come to the gym with me and they've asked me about mind right and I keep saying if you ever want to try it with me. Come sit down. I've had one or two people. Take me up on Shannon Hansen who we spent the weekend with was one of them we went to the gym did a workout. She did mine right with me and she was like this is really powerfully transformational and so I'm with you. I'm your biggest advocate. I WANNA share this message and have every single person in the world doing their healthy movement doing their mind right meditation station and then using that carrying that over into every area of their life thank you I know it is something that we've known that moving considerably. We know that moving good. We know some sort of mind for practices. This is good but we just don't have the time so I don't. I didn't write reinvent the wheel here and this basically pulled from a lot of unique life experiences in hopefully give people a a tangible usable everyday platform to move in connect by by simply moving connecting each day. We can put our best foot forward to better serve those around soundest and so again. Maybe you come to thirty or you come to team at twenty for the to help. Help your life personally but as you grow in that understand how that that is. GonNa also help those you love the most all right at the end of every episode. I ask all my guests. What's one thing you can recommend for someone. WHO's ready not to do the thing one thing one thing it's tough I know well. Most people say two or three. I will say I would say okay I when it comes to say like understanding I strongly understand that moving connecting each day will improve your lives but the lights you care the most about blessed Leslie that understand that that is the work that we're here to do that so beautiful. I love that and I love you so much. Where can people find more hear more about you find team at twenty workouts and the video you made explaining this mind right meditation practice yeah so the easiest way to connect is obviously the instagram right at teaneck fitness which is t. Mac Fitness on the instagram. There's a link there in the by to the workouts. The Takht Twenty workouts it's fifteen days free for everyone in the whole thirty community gets a whole Fremont with coupon code whole thirty so go to check out and then you can go to the team fitness website if you're not on instagram against TMA see fitness dot com and you'll you'll see a little tab. There says join and that's where you sign up for your free membership. We'll make sure to include all these links and the show notes also linked to the one instagram post where I videoed myself. I self doing the meditation in my gym on a busy Saturday morning. So people can see what like one more thing that to be clear on the actual meditation yourself this for those who listened to simplest way to go to that finance. China is through Instagram and you search the highlights. Is that what they're called. Yeah on highlights he'll say meditation and then you just email there and it's completely free wonderful. Thank you so much todd hi. Thanks for re recording this with me. I did a way better job this west. I have another waterloo now can have as many water loses. You want all right. Thanks that was great. Crush debt I don't. I don't know how all I thought it went great. It was beautiful. It was wonderful. I listen listen. I was way too ambitious in the first one and we didn't get to talk about the stuff. That was the most important stuff tugboat ival experience interviewing now. I've done a lot of interviews but that doesn't mean you're a good interviewer. Say You are my practice. Thanks for it was so awesome to like see how you allowed room for death but then if I was going too far in one direction you brought us back and try to really went yeah 'cause I. I really want their pieces of the story that I wanted to see. It was brilliant. It was just Kinda guided me along anyway. I think we gave people some real home like take homeadvisor and practical things that can be implemented. That's one of the things from the podcast among all the scuba. How does this implement that we really can't live well. The whole point of this podcast is helping people figure out what's been missing when they've tried had to like make how they change and for me when I've been trying to meditate for years since I ran Red Dan Harris ten percent happier book years ago and the reason I couldn't make make it stick was because I didn't have the post workout practice as soon as that dropped into place. Everything changed so imagine if that's what's been missing for so many people I think it has aspects I'm i. I hear it all the time they're like. Hey I don't do your workouts. I do a morning run and I do the meditation and I mean honestly like how much better can world. We live in knowing there's some data and North Carolina right now. That's going to do this before he starts his day. Yeah I mean that's exactly what that feels like. Go before I go. I want to touch on the very first part of the podcast where todor autre night each shared. Our version of what mind right means to us after we recorded. I was thinking about how on first glance it might seem like our versions are totally opposite. Todd talked about using mine right to think about connection and purpose to remind him as he goes about his day that it's not just about about him. I talk about using it to check in with myself and to ask myself. What do you need today and then use that to set my intention for the day okay but when I think about it we're really talking about the exact same thing I recognize that in order for me to serve which is my purpose serving my whole thirty community serving my listeners here. I have to know myself really well and I draw strength and Energy Gi for that service from the universe and from God so touching base in my mind right meditation and asking what do I need today provides the foundation so that I can reach out and help others I check in with God. God sends me messages and either keep them for myself in a US them to set my intention for the day or share them with you because God tells me sometimes that these messages are far bigger than just me so through mind mind right. I'm able to better give back to you and my family and my relationship and my friends and everyone I consider myself of service is to which goes right back to todd's vision of connection and purpose whether you use mine right to connect to the universe connect back to yourself alf or fill your own cup so you can better connect to others. I truly believe this simple. Practice can help you find your purpose and if you you ever see me on a hike or in the gym about to meditate. You are always welcome to join me. Thanks for joining me today on do the thing you can continue neither conversation with me at Melissa Underscore Hartwig on instagram and visit full thirty dot com slash podcast for today's show notes and bonus content. 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220: The stigma of religion in the wellness world | Todd McCullough

The mindbodygreen Podcast

51:33 min | 10 months ago

220: The stigma of religion in the wellness world | Todd McCullough

"Welcome to the my buddy greene. Podcast objects Jason walkup founder. And cosio of my buddy green and your host. Today's episode is brought to you by my buddy green and our incredible museum plus sleep product before this product. It took me hours to get to sleep and ended up tossing turning than hitting the snooze on the alarm as woke up in the morning. Yes I slept but it really wasn't quality now with magnesium plus I fall asleep faster I stay sleep and I wake up rejuvenated and without an alarm clock. Look we all know when you don't sleep. It's pretty brutal. And it is terrible for your immunity in terrible for your health and yeah I slept but it wasn't quality sleep and now I never knew that sleeve could be so good. I hope you check out our pioneering sleep formula at my green dot com slash museum. That's my buddy green dot com slash museum. Todd McCullough is a forest linebacker from one of the best college programs in the country. The Florida gators and now. Tom Is one of the best in the business. When it comes to all things working out at home which is doing through his incredible guarantee Mac fits were. Were not at home right now and in this time with Kobe. Nineteen many of us thinking about spirituality and tot is an outspoken Christian which let's be honest candy stigmatize in the world wellness so in today's podcast. We're going to go deeper than just the hallmark out. We're going to talk about the stigma of Christianity in the wellness. World can warp. It's such an honor to have todd. He's one of the kindest people in the world who is a true joy to be around and I'm just so happy. He's here with us today. Todd Waltham glad to be here brother. I'm glad you're finally here. You know you have the traditional path that most people have from Baker County Florida northern tip of Florida on the border of Georgia to playing football at the University of Florida for the legendary or buyer stint and Finance to yogurt teacher training the traditional linear path that everyone has here in the world of wellbeing in two thousand twenty. I think all my family thinks I'm crazy some the only one Baker County doing yoga. And then I think everyone on the West Coast thinks. I'm crazy because I'm talking about Jesus and doing yoga and all this stuff so my God yes. So what was it like growing up in Bigger County Florida and just talk about like you played football at the University of Florida for Urban Meyer. It's a spurrier and spurrier. While you both had three head coaches which means we weren't very good. So Steve spurrier growing up It'd be hard to unless you're from. The South East Berry was like Mr Football. He'd be Nick Sabin Today And so I grew up with like you know dreaming of playing football headed Danny Warfare Poster Steve Spurrier's and minutes small town. You get really good at football or really get Hun- I chose Football Was Fortunate enough to get a scholarship there and played for spurrier which never two million years thank you believe. And then all of a sudden one year later we find out on. Espn and he's gone to the redskins. You found that on the news. Now that on the news. That's kind of. It is not not to go. Steve Come on an right and he ended up going to the reds games but sit out great But then Ron Zook. Came for three years and then we had three years was looking as you and I were talking. Eight and five does work for some programs is doesn't work for the University of Florida if you're at the University of Ford or you're there to win championships like there's no other option winning an SEC. Or a national championship. And then that didn't happen. And then we brought an urban Meyer senior year which was a hell of a learning experience. I mean I wish I had more years of urban. I mean I'll say it was an easier transition. He's quite the competitor. But Gosh so many leadership skills there that I was able to take now been able to apply to my own personal business in life. So what are some of those less? I read his book years ago. I was like the line. Yeah Yeah it's a great book so what were some of the lessons. Mervyn wanted to brilliant things that urban did was building systems to hold people accountable. Like most football guys You know coaches football guys right so like the greatest football but how I say the urban and I ended up working at Maryland after Florida could be you know. An EXEC Merrill Lynch way he ran Florida is as opposed to like coaching eighty five roughly kids on scholarship as opposed to try to coach the kids. He coached the coaches and set the bar. Really High I mean if you were the linebacker coach at Florida. He would literally call you out. So you're supposed to be the best linebacker coach in the country. If you're not you're out of here from all the kids and like the level of expectation was that high whereas you know literally if something went bad practice you were worried about losing your job like that and everything was competitive so you take your normal drills. Like you probably didn't basketball. I was kind of like the kid who's usually thirteen linebackers on scholarship. I was by far probably the worst athlete with as a freshman or senior. And you know you go to these cone drills you do every six. Am in the morning. If you're a hardworking guy. You're usually competing up there in the front. But he basically scorecard where someone with by for a winning law like a check for win loss etc and kept score so now the guys that were like really good athletes that we're kind of coast. The punishment was brutal. You would be diving to finish over the line right to win so I didn't win a whole lot after that but the other brilliant thing thought he was gin far as you know most guys you go to University of Florida. Let's be real like you're all you're going to the NFL sure right. I'm Susan basketball programs like that as well and what urban day he got kids go to class real which I never thought would happen and so like a little a little systems right so for example. If you missed a class right you were there like four thirty in the morning with the strength coach now. The streets coaches aren't getting his ASS UP EARLY ANYWAY. Train right and so now he's they're punishing the hell are you right now. So if you miss it again all so your linebacker. All of US linebackers thirteen over. So they're like four thirty in the morning working out right with the linebacker coach right. We're talking my linebacker coaches Charlie. Strong he went on to be a head. Coach replaces so now. Charlie's pissed off. All of us are pissed off as you can imagine like now. You're sitting there after Saturday or Friday. Night your teammates hungover not wanting to get up and do stuff. You'RE GONNA drag his ass to class or whatever you have to do. And then I mean you since. He set up a system where. The seniors are the captain's could vote someone off the team. Oh Wow so like it just basically took the same group of guys and just made an alternate competitive and what I from what I remember reading his book. Very big on alignment almost in a military way. Where everyone you know? Whether it was the linebacker coach the quarterback coach everyone had to be aligned. And if one of those coaches and the coach was not a fit at a couple of years. I've read that right and it's like I think one of the things he he recognized. You could be a brilliant coach right. You probably see the same thing here with your work. But if you don't believe in this system overall yes you need to get out right. It's better to have someone who believes in the system from top down down to the video guy. Everyone was accountable in need to be a part of the system. No Brilliant Jerry are wildly talented jerks. Didn't matter now. It didn't matter you were there to win. And so did he operate cure like you should have him on the PODCASTS babies listener. Maybe he's listening. I think his daughter I saw was getting fitness. May Bill. We're ready for you guys. We're here in New York. We'RE READY IN TIME ON SO I. I'm curious like how how much of him do you think was the way it was the secret to his success. The the system people will talk about like Bill Bell. Check the system and getting everyone to buy into the system. And how much of it like do you think? He had the ability to motivate and get the best out of athletes in a way that was unique. Yeah and he could literally before a game you think you could jump off a cliff and survive like the amount of belief in self confidence. He instilled in you Is He's truly remarkable. He coach leaving her Lou. Lou Holtz who's also one of the greats as far as motivation so I would think he probably learned a lot from coach. Holtz but his ability to motivate someone during the offseason and then an Indian top that In the locker room before game I can remember our first meeting. He came in and it was just like. Wow that guys different just his presence so we can't talk about the University of Florida football without talking about Aaron Hernandez Remiss. Not to ask about him. I know he didn't play with him. And you've you've met him in just a little bit about Aaron and your take on that it just sad and crazy on so many levels. Yeah Super Sad. I mean people lost their life. There's family's ever forever changed You know obviously. The University of Florida doesn't like that but I've had other teammates who weren't as well known as Aaron go down similar paths And it's something you don't hear about a lot because they're not their names aren't necessarily big as Aaron and I think that there's a few things going on Again I can't speak for and south but I'll speak as a football player growing up in that culture and I think mindfulness and what you guys do what I'm doing with the mind right. Meditation should be implemented in some capacity and sports programs especially violent sports like football and Basketball as well. But if you grow up usually football players especially on the defensive side of the ball are tied in. You grew up. Probably with a Lotta anger right in a way for you to channel. That was the football field. And what happens when the football field is? You can't play anymore. What happens when you go home to your wife right? You're practicing violence exactly and it's a great channel right. Always say for me. My faith luckily found crisis early age between Christ and football. I was able to release a lot of that kind of built up aggression and so now football is getting a bad rap about your kids playing. I honestly would prefer kid probably not but for certain aggressive nail out there. There's something that's beneficial to be to run into other people violently. And you know that typically makes for a better football player right like your choirboys not. GonNa make an SEC linebacker. It's just not and so when you see guys that kind of grow up with that and a lot of I was fortunate to had two loving parents. Most guys I played with never did that. Most of them never saw a positive male role model and never saw how to treat a woman how to treat people and we all remember the horrible ray rice incident right where he punched his girlfriend or wife was and looks horrible. Absolutely horrible but and I get an owner ray but when you are normal your stimulus which you've found out from early kid is when you get stimulus. You respond aggression physicality gets you out of that and get you out of maybe a tough environment but eventually what got you there you have to solve beyond that and I think that's where the mindfulness been able to come back to your breath and help some of these athletes in ado think improve their performance on the field but I think ultimately it'll keep them from also ruin their life potentially for those listening. You aren't familiar with Hernandez was a brilliant netflix documentary. Try to sum it up. You killed multiple people and took his own life. Terrible situation at home closeted Potentially suffering from. Cte Like every box. You could check in terms of for someone to be really mentally. Unstable was was checked. Type watched documentaries look too close for home but guys you know a couple of years younger than me. Some guys obviously carry teammates and we. They said we played a lot worse. Guys carry a lot guys that had more violent upbringings in earn. So what do you think? I'll just close the loop on football. Is it the is it. The transition from practicing violence to trying to be a loving kind person. People struggle with is that the essentially. They're brain injury. Is it all the above year? I think all right I if you go back to like generations ago like the warrior clans right there on the front lines. These are your your your modern day. Ufc guys your modern-day hockey guys your football guys as part of your genetics. A lot of your most football players are wired to have more aggression. I believe and again they learned that when you get stimulus you respond with violence and again that works in the football around but then how do you switch it off when you go home right because you soon as you get that stimulus we all respond? Someone beat the Hornets. You maybe flick them off. You don't even think about or whatever that is. We all have these built in responses to happen when we get stimulus. Maybe we hold our breath right and this may sound like silly to pretend that but from a football standpoint is when we get stimulus it goes click and we try to end it right now and this is how we were. Most of us were brought up. I mean I can remember my first year. Going to Florida rushing talked about this. I grew up in a small country town where there's a lot of things that are. Great town you know like if you signed a contract is basically a hint. Shake someone's hand shake was as good as any contract that I've come across in La right seriously. That's the family name McCulloch Sinus or the Davis family or whoever you uphold that right and the same in you know one of the other things without comes like someone test your tries you. You saw it right now. You don't wait for the police. You don't wait for any of that. You ended right and then usually post people walk away but I remember growing up like that. And that's kind of how I was raised and I went to Florida and my freshman year and a guide said something about my girlfriend. Whatever didn't think about it right and this is a guy who grew up in a loving home got in the car found. The guy looked like got in the car found out. He was wearing a yellow shirt hopped out. He was at a fraternity thing. Got Other car. Punched HIM IN. The face knocked out his teeth. Got My pickup truck and drove home and went to bed and then the cops came to come arrest me later that night and luckily back then we can kind of get away into care that for you. We were able to get away a little bit more but I really was going to sleep. Like didn't even think twice as for you guys listening. Todd is like the sweetest nicest guy in the world we've got like I said my family says I've come a long way but I think again just growing up in that environment. God knows when were a good guy on the team? I was a good guy was a good guy. But choirboys don't make good. Sec linebackers But again this was something I was like. I said I was more of the good guys right. You grew up in a loving home but that was just house raised and so it sounds silly. Now think obviously now you look back like. Oh my God like I remember sitting in front of the state attorney and say like he can put me away for three to five years for assault and battery scared US up. Ever been my most intimidating a short short attorney saying he can put me away for three or five years from salt battery and that to me is just again where I'm at now in life. Something I want to share with other athletes in the sense of how how far this mindfulness can come to help you. Prevent from making those kind of decisions. Let's talk about the transition. So how did you go from guy so to speak? You didn't like someone said to his girlfriend and knocking knocking someone out and potentially going to prison for for three years to yoga teacher training because that's the natural path. Of course. That was a long journey. I'd say two things again. I guess that much against not like I want to paint the picture. That was crazy aggressive. But those things were part of my childhood So obviously two things. It's the helped me. Besides so when I was younger I came to Jesus Christ at twelve and picking up the Bible and learning how to be a man through the Bible Reading The Gospel Reading the book of proverbs. This was a profound impact on my life so I had still had that urge but I was learning to somewhat turn the other cheek and was aware of that and so that was a part of. I think what kept me out of trouble as well and then as I got older. You Know You. I think like most athletes is sounds. I've probably your book. You go through this transition as well. Your whole identities based in sports Right and so then what happens afterwards? And you know you're going from the University of Florida. Where every Saturday? Ninety plus thousand people are in the stands right. I never knew afterwards adventure. I have to get a job going to sit in a cubicle from nine to five after playing in front of one hundred thousand people every weekend I can boring right. Let's be real and I was struggling. Got a long relationship. I think that helped trying to you know the journey tubes like you know what I need to get something different like I remember going to Florida football game and all of these forty gators guys that I grew up watching. We're all kind of you know sitting around talking about the glory days in their thirties and forties. I didn't want to be sitting around the rest of my damn life talking about the glory days right. I had a whole lot. Lot Life to lip didn't know what that looks like and working at Merrill Lynch at the time and finance as a financial adviser always say a joke problem. The only personal trainer of the series seven. I Seriously Jesse. Three sixty three had that one too so fun test it is a fun test. Merrill back then like score blow seventy get fired really. Yeah so you watching that dot go all sixty nine. You're fired so anyway from that. Had Merrill Lynch has like I needed to change play football. The Guy from Ventura California when out visited Hamels hell out for la in La as well as necessarily me but it's a hell of a lot more fun than North Florida being single twenty five years old so had Merrill Lynch transferring to Century City and then that is right in the middle of two thousand eight when the market crashed so great timing and so I- show up there and within four months much all this US young brokers who were just fat so to speak on the balance sheet just got laid off and I just moved there. It's funny God's Tommy right like if I would have been there for a year probably la experience and then probably went back to another firm in Florida. But I was like I just want to figure out how to survive and my clients at the time. Were always like we trust your money but can get us in shape can you? I guess they thought that's what I could help them with financial advisor until then a lady cut my hair in Beverly Hills as well. She asked me to train her and I said no well. I don't have a job now so I can train you still getting your haircut in Beverly Hills. He's doing. I was walking. This how this shows you how far I was walking in Beverly Hills. Middle of the day was a wife beater own some old gym shorts and this woman that cut hair in beverly hills like come inside. We want to take care of you and I was like do I look at strange? I think you you're that good looking Thank you for that. Appreciate appreciate it shows. The wife Beater definitely sure. If you walked around shirtless run Allah taught. A lot of people would say. Come inside we want. Take care of you very well. Yeah I think he wrote about this non green before was I went to Yoga because you know. My body was the backstory this. My body was hurting the whole time to write. I had five surgeries from football. And I'm an athlete. I have to wake up each day moving and which I've got imagine you've struggled with as well. It's like when you don't move. You don't feel quite yourself at least. I was struggling with that and so I couldn't go lift the way I used to lift in the gym without just by noon. I be hurting and so I was in the back of my mind looking for a way to to sweat and still feel good but honestly this really attractive girl asked me to Yoga. Class was like she's hot so I'll go to yoga class. Am I found a way to sweat with? Didn't hurt my body and I went to this amazing teacher anyone's in La go go check out vinny Marino clouds you went to Vinnie Vinnie. Cl- like the king of the King of Yoga and the West side of La. I had no business being to works. Santa Monica Mainstream Street. The epicenter episode. I was so his classes are like sold Alec. Seventy people I like. It's like a you go there on a Tuesday at nine. Am class which is like the most inconvenient time ever and it's like yeah it's like a casting call like there's actors there everyone and it's mad on Matt. They like shut the air off. It is just the plays rock and roll and he yes. He skipped schedule clients around his teaching. I mean he was my guru so to speak. I would go to his class almost every day for probably five years. There's so many teachers now. That are Great Teachers Kaley who teaches assure Kaley a bunch of US would all be at the right front row. His class is soaking it up. I remember going colleen and I went to Catherine pugh class like before. Vinnie like seven or six. Am and Catherine had like sixty seventy it was it was a big six seven then. Vinnie was like Oh my God yoga's hit a Monica's like football in the South Man. They don't mess around. Yeah yeah he's Great. So that was kind of my introduction so to speak to yoga and to be honest with the first couple years the meditation part Lay Down and slept. Made it register to sweat and then it wasn't until years later that my injuries really flared up. I couldn't even do it for those. You Listen Yoga's the lower part of a push up I couldn't even do that on my shoulder And again I was about to go crazy because I couldn't sweat and slow you know. Living in Santa Monica was happy the wintertime. I would go out to the ocean at sunrise during the winter. And just sit in the ocean and just freeze and that and started doing Some breathing and Kinda my morning prayer that I can like. I said a candidate crisis at twelve in ever since I've been twelve pretty much of almost every morning I'd start the day. God thank you for this day. Thank you for the blessings you've given me be my family today type thing and I'll do that and jump in the ocean and I felt great. I wasn't get into workout but it was a way for me to kind of shock system so to speak and I felt that cold was like it was so cold to stay in that he was talking about fifty seven fifty eight degrees. It forces you to remove the mind from the body. That's really where my meditation more than Yoga took off was like all right. I'm GONNA stay in this five minutes today. Almost stain at ten minutes almost staying at twenty minutes and eventually Wim. Hof has obviously leisure gotten really big at this. It forces you to take the mind outside of the body and I basically was able to learn that skill and then bring that merge that with my early prayers Christian S. What kind of led to this? You know nine right meditation so to speak so before we go to the mine right meditation. It's clear that being a Christian is a big part of your life. It's a big part of who you are. Yes and a lot of people would say. I'm not Christian. I don't know I mean people say that really absolutely I mean from the hard core really conservative Christian people they would probably say. I'm not Christian whether they say so. I believe that we're all like my views have changed right like coming from the conservative south like move into L. A. Experience Different Cultures Different ways of life I learn to see God and my Muslim earthen sister my Jewish brethren sister gave friends These are things that went against traditional Christianity. I think that's why some people have a bad rap about some Christianity because of getting a little bit too judgmental as opposed to taking the way Chrysler's life and loving everyone. Even if you disagree and so I think a lot of a I see us all as connected as brothers and sisters white black green allegation straight Christian Muslim. I think we're all connected In Christ is how I found God and his absolutely critical part of as part of who I am so I can't deny that Christ isn't real but at the same time the dogma approach of like we have the only way like a lot of Christian spill I don't necessarily agree with that. Necessarily a see God in all of us And I think we should be recognized by our fruits as opposed. I only think God gives a shit like what religion we say camper in and I would say some Christians say that will todd leaves at the top Christian. That's totally fine like they're totally able to keep that viewpoint. I don't know it doesn't bother her so I think in the wellness world people subscribed to astrology in Tarot car pulled. Those Jesus that was and then you hear so often spiritual but I'm not religious. People subscribe to all sorts of different things and and people speak openly about this part of the conversation. You'd have on you advocate of your mainstream west side of La. However you don't hear a lot is I'm kristen around going to like. Is there a? Is there a stigma? Sa- great our world. I think the wellness which is so fascinating right. Because I come from a come from such a place that I lived in such a place in Santa Monica. They're completely different right. Like for example just to highlight the difference right during the two sixteen two thousand sixteen election my town went ninety. Plus percent trump. Right I lived in Santa Monica. That was what ninety something Percent Hillary And I would listen to my friends. Go to yoga class with being so judgmental about these conservative Christians and then I go back to the South and here these conservative Christians who love Jesus be so judgmental about everyone that voting for Hillary and it was interesting that I was. I knew these people on a personal level and they were great people. They had to sit down and have a cup of coffee together. They'd get along just fine. They probably have different ways of going about solving issues but most of them are all good people on the same thing and so I think that in the yoga world you know coming from the West Coast or even here in New York. You don't hear a lot about talking about Jesus in those things and I'll say that it's interesting. If you read the Bible so psalms forty six ten says be still and know that I am God sir all right and sounds like Wim. Hof It set right. We'll have some hard breathing. We as well off a descendant of crisis could. Kinda you know. He's here. He's got the beard. He's sitting around address. Get like maybe we just uncovered here something every time you get an evening. Gogo works right like you see crisis but that's scarring. I love me off. Starts breathing. Now you see that in the yoga or yoga works like yoga is the ability to still the mind talks about this in the Bible meditate on that word right and so these things pop up and I think a lot of Christians have a hard time with this word meditation because then they associate it with this west coast Hippie Buddha type thing And I'm not saying that necessarily they're completely align but for me. I think the anytime we can still the mind I think movements just a way for us to kind of tap into our bodies and then once we can tap into our bodies is easier to still the mind so to speak. So that's kind of what my works about but yeah I think that it's interesting to see how both sides think they're both one hundred percent right and the other side one hundred percent wrong. It's just crazy it's symbolic of what's happening in the world right now. It is. We got the whatever you subscribe to whether it's politics or holistic practices verse Western Medicine. We seem to Lee. Live in a world of absolutes. Not a lot of discussion about the middle. It's interesting and I'm curious your thoughts on this. I'm just talk talking. On the more spirituality side I do think that we are designed to know our creator right. I think that's a look. Throughout cultures. Almost every culture throughout time is seeking the heavens seeking God so to speak. I'm curious from the spirituality. Side what do you see as far as because you need some sort of base like what your morality right like? What why why would killing someone be wrong? So where do you learn this? Moral value from spirituality side without pointing to a specific religion right again. I think religions maybe missed the point right but it's an interesting conversation to have is. Where do we find? What makes it wrong for me to throw this water on you right? Where do we derive these these moral values from? Did we evolve and just eventually learn this through time as what you know? I think most atheists would probably say or these kind of handed down from some sort of divine presence unless an interesting place right. Look you're talking your guy. I I grew up going to church taught Sunday school. Did you really yeah? I read tall not I was like in junior high. And then you know like a lot of people went to college and forgot about church through through a lot of those things out the window when when and then brought them back. I remember going into Columbia. We were lucky they were like beautiful. Churches like Riverside Church and so I would show up by myself in church at a couple of moments one. I thought I was getting thrown out of school. I I should have been thrown out of school long story. That's when you know. There are no atheists in foxholes. Exactly there are no atheists when you get your when you think you're getting thrown out of college right Absolutely so at any rate like I don't attend church but I grew up. Christian. I will watch Joel Osteen Yeah you watch Joel. Yeah well he's what I like about him. I think his message is universal. Say I'm spiritual and not religious like He. He's a great speaker reminds me of remember for me personally. My mother gave me a copy of the power of positive thinking. Norman Vincent deal. I was like thirteen or fourteen. My Dad gave me a playboy really different different two different reading material. Yeah I'm curious. How are you in colleen going to raise your beautiful daughters? Like how do you know it's a good question we say we make? Elliott when we watched Jolo? Cnn TV. We say L. We're there can watch church or we could go to church. You can choose but I think there's something to be said about believing whatever you subscribe to believe in something greater than yourself. I think there are numerous studies about the health benefits of the leaf. Hundred for sure I think you know life can throw you a lot of curve balls and if you don't believe in something bigger than yourself and kind of be you know a little depressing. I think it gives meaning right goes meaning purpose and purpose. I think we're coming back to you. On one end like you know get blood. Testing Recorder Analyzer. Microbiome and all this stuff. But if you don't know purpose like that time like just health benefits strictly is interesting. From the fitness side in spirituality side. We've skirted around as as we've gotten even deeper into the Sasser Rock Holy Shit like that. Your spiritual your spiritual wellness is actually imported you. You need something now. You need something so for us with our kids. You know. We'll see but it will be something I just. You know there are just great lights. You know whether you believe their stories or you. These are actual things that happened. There are just some great lessons. The Bible for kids do onto others as a couple of great role. Craig I don't I don't go to church right now. I do but I can save that growing spending a lot of time in church. I do miss the community. S element that singing praise. God is like the most divine thing in the world. You're seeing some hill song united to God. I was never into the all the other stuff I like. I like a good sermon. That's why I like watching TV. It's like give me a good message and I'm back at STAR S. Start off the morning but but going back like do you think it's just I. I feel like I go back to the original question. There's something about wellness where it's like not cool to be Christian but it's cool to like you know like to be a Tarot card reader right now. Not that there's anything wrong being that or astrology like calling tonight joked like we walked into a like urban outfitters in Austin and we were looking at all the books to see what you know. The younger generation was induced. If I to summarize the book meant it was Essentially like anxiety astrology. And like the occult at what's fascinating. What's interesting again? What if you're the Tarot card reader or the the Christian in Rural Alabama? I think that you have to sit there and recognize and respect other people's beliefs and how they get their But again I think we're all designed to know our creator. I think that is just as hard for me to grasp this whole. Tarot card world gets out there for me. But I'm sure for that person is probably radical for them to understand that I have found God through Jesus Christ right and so being able to listen to one another and just respect one another. Be Respectful and again like I said earlier. I don't really give a shit. What can you say you belong to like how you treat people live your life you say you know someone fruit yeah. There are a lot of terrible Christians. Ashura every Sunday. Well the Chris Yeah exactly exactly whatever religion we're talking about. I can't speak for Chris for Christians as a whole right but I would say the Christian Church has some obstacles to every every religion does threat but mean rattler. Right now like nothing. Why you know more spirituality Christian church at least growing up in the nineties was very much anti-homosexual right and your kids are GonNa grow up and younger kids now realize them like. That's not right right like the church is going to figure out how to how to handle that one particular social issue because the Bible's pretty clear against that. There's you can interpret the Bible. It's it's funny you watch out. There seems like a dynamic guy running for president. I can't watch any of the debates. It's pretty dynamic guy. But the Bible's pretty clear on that on that issue right so it's interesting to see how the church is going to figure out a way to evolve with the younger kids Because I think it's important that we do come together and worship God so interesting how that happens. So what role does your faith play and how you work with people. I'm curious I think everything I mean like. I said I'm by no means the perfect guy right I guess. Asa fucking Shit and pray to God this poor guy listening you punched his teeth out twenty thousand fifteen years ago. I'm I'm sorry did start it but it's I think it's everything man at least that's why I start my day always a movement and mindfulness me to put on the right Lens. I believe to see things. It's the way I I never understood how you could go to church on Sunday and be a businessman and treat people poor later in the week. Sir. You know like we're supposed to treat people like brothers and sisters and so like Sosa say for example like t MAC fitness Imambargah Green into this business arrangement. Right like it's my desire to make sure this is a great situation for you guys right. It's not because it's like. Oh maybe lose ten percent of what you might get. If you negotiate harder you need to be profitable but the end of the day like I want it to be a good situation for mind body green. I want the customer at home to have a great experience and I think that again this goes back to my fundamental belief that we're all connected. We're all brothers and sisters in your suffering. I'm suffering so it goes how you can separate if Whether it be a church Pew or Yoga Mat how you can like not carrier spiritual practice with you to how whoever you're dating whoever you're married to or however you work in your professional life. So how would you describe your fitness philosophy? You're clearly doing something right. You have a great business successful. Those shortage of people trying to make it in this role. Doing what you do. So how would you describe your philosophy? And why do you think it's unique? I think this unique because again there aren't too many people north Florida that have spent their whole life training as an athlete in the second half of their lives studying yoga. So I think it's a little unique in that aspect But I think ultimately wide sticking is that is our job as teachers and educators. Take the complex and make it simple and my deal is move every day. I really don't care if it's one of my twenty minute workouts or if it's going for a run swim playing basketball disfiguration move even if it's just ten minutes a yoga and then I will say it's very important for you to switch over the nervous system and take a few moments. Connect your spiritual practice. Whatever that looks like so I think that's. That's what I built my program Rose Movement and connecting to your spiritual practice and giving it to people in a way this attainable. Our workouts are twenty minutes no equipment. There's really no excuses. And then each one incident brief meditation so at people like like I know pranks good new. Meditations good but I do a twenty minute meditation today. I'M NOT GONNA get in thirty minutes or forty five minutes soul cycle workout right. So how can we work about taking what you're doing good right now and then stacking on top and I think that's why people are sticking to our programs for years and years. So what do you think we're getting so wrong about working out? You know it's something we've talked about for going on for for years yet. People don't stick with it or they don't see the resort first question but are you working out for performance goal or for to be in a positive mindset into feel better right as an athlete like you need to follow it as playing Football University of Florida. There's a certain program you need to follow right to be able to have explosive type to muscle fibers to jump to be able to rush off the line to do these things right and you need to probably follow more strict plan but for the rest of I work out honestly to feel good sure. That's it and I really don't give a damn fisa ocean swim or one of twenty minute workouts and so I think sometimes like art we've got to do cross hit or we gotTA DO YOGA. Figure out what you like to move and do that. I feel like most people want to feel good. They WANNA look at it and they want to do something that's going to benefit their long-term health right but then most of us go to short term fixes right. Staying in shape is is really. A very boring word is called consistency. So what do I do so For Me Personally I. I'm short on time these days. I heard that you got tony. Them and it's high do finds it so I do. I do five to ten and so what I do and I'll tell you this is what I subscribe subscribe to and I'll get your take on it so I'll walk everywhere. We're on the fourth floor. I always take the stairs like ten thousand steps like I'm always moving always walking if there's I'll take the stairs unless it's like ten flights I'll just do it so a lot of walking. I'll try to try to go fast upstairs I will. There's a gym in our building. So I'll go the gym like maybe twice a week. I'll do weights like ten five five to ten minutes short. I will do yoga on the weekends. Five ten minutes short sweet. Maybe a little longer sometimes When I can I'll try to you. Know in health or to excel for four a little breath work little mindfulness whatever. I can do like that. That's sort of my what works for me for for age. Forty five with two little kids running a business and the world I live. Why do you think that's not right? Ask you know to me. It seems like you're going to be. It's very to me. I think you're right like you're you're describing to everything I said like you're moving your body. Every day walking's great for you. You're getting your heart rate up a little bit walking up the stairs. You're connecting to your spiritual practice. Think you're doing a hell of a job that symbol for everyone else. Just find something you like. Just those those those pillars movement Spirit and our together time the nutrition part as well. Of course I think the gym industry. They make all their money in January. No you're going to sign up for the damn gym membership about March or not going to be there right so if going not opposed to the gym if you can go to the gym great go do it. But if it doesn't fit your lifestyle you have two or three kids. You GotTa Commute to work you gotTA rethink this. How can the ten thousand steps take the stairs but again move yourself every day? Try to get your heart rate up a little bit. Connect to your spiritual practice. Whatever that looks like and then you can talk into the food part which I think is you know as far as aesthetics and stuff is more important than necessarily the workout for sure. A lot saying the ADS are made in. The kitchen is true that eat eat real whole food. So how if you say odds are made the kitchen? How are they made Avocados Avocados? I think I think stats in general. Great for you healthy healthy that we could are you. Could I think me and Vegan brothers and sisters could agree on about seventy percent of our diet but the other thirty percent we would probably disagree. I think animal fats wild salmon. I eat some deer meat. We go hunting Red Meat a good grass-fed steak. Something Clicks brain body responds well to it but three four semi plate is always vegetables. So I would say that you know eat mainly vegetables like you say a lot and then I would say throw in some quality sources of protein and fat. And I'm curious I agree with you. I I'm more of a vegetable guy these days yep In terms of working out in your opinion are there certain exercises or way to work out that or more efficient like if you can you know push ups better than sit ups are making it out like what. What are the things are just more or like everyone's very excited about intensive training? So I think if. You're Joe Assuming your joints are fine yes right. Your your back's hurting your knees hurting. You can't beat the efficiency of training high intensity interval training right even if it's just for a found over the years that if you can get your heart rate around that eighty ninety percent Max for anywhere from about seven to about twenty five minutes. I've had like some Olympians. I can push to about thirty. But there's like Olympia ins right and that seven to twenty five minutes a couple of days. A week does a lot of good that being said if you're tall former basketball player if doing squat jump doesn't feel good on you and walking works. Walk Right but I would say that. If you're in a time crunch hit makes sense. I think that if you're going to add a load to it whether it be some sort of weights you need to make sure you're properly warmed up and like for example like my body responds very well to weights right but for me to go to the gym into a proper warm up. It's going to take twenty minutes of a warm up is gonNA take another probably fifteen minutes time. I leave my home and get to the gym. Sure I also need to do about a twenty minute. Cool down for me not to her once or twice but for me to continue that you're looking at an hour and a half hour forty five minute deal right ness fine if you had that time. I'm not against it but the reality like I said there's someone right now. Listening this commuting to work has two kids. I want you to go to soccer practice at night. Not Necessarily go to the gym. Watch your kids play so with regards to hit. How do you know if you're like? What did he feel? You need to be out of. Breath need to sweat. Like how do I know about seven medical so typical anaerobic ride is like if you and our casually talking to easiest way you know? Some of these gadgets are great. I love doing technology but some of them are still improving. The easiest way your typical. Like if you haven't hard time talking right now Jason. I can't hardly get in my breath. You're typically in your anaerobic zone. That's when you know your your round that eighty ninety percent heart rate Max and you want to be in that it literally. As little as seven minutes a day can have impact positive benefits up for seven minutes. Well you got a warm up. I noticed was funny right. Our warm up is by walk home. What yeah but if you notice again I always joke with people like they were like they expect our twenty minute workout to be all hit. They almost all have about six to seven minute. Warm up and then it's only about thirteen minutes. Hit Training in in in our twenty minute workouts. So it's like you know there's a little bit of thought goes behind it and something. I think is really interesting about what you do. Is You incorporate meditation? Mind Right? Yeah that that's your thing I love. It like is unique. Most people. Don't integrate the worst. Some people call it a prayer. Some people call it meditation again. Kind of what I've learned. Can we talk about the shoulders since twelve? I've been almost waking up every day again with two parts of what I call it. My daily meditation which consists of four parts. A stay of each part in roughly about a minute there not time the first part again is my was my early prayers Christian. Got His thank you for this day. Gratitude gratitude just being even in tough times. Thank you for this roof over my head my health. Whatever may be very simple and should we go into the rest of the second part is lifting up a loved one right. So it's like say you're praying for Ellie. Today you're visualizing her having a great day you're pouring blessings upon them. You're seeing glowing light over your daughter's right. That's it makes you connect to something bigger than yourself today in this World Today. I think the so important we so caught up in Mimi Heighten. So that that's again the first phase in the third phase. I learned as an athlete visualizing success today so that the story always tell when I was a sophomore university. Ford we were playing South Carolina Lou. Holtz was the coach at a time and we were studying film that week. Usually you probably basketball the night before the game. You're playing you know playing the game in your head so to speak. You know you're a nineteen year old kid you're all Texas girlfriend. You're also doing all this stuff in Oakdale well coach Holtz like this one formation in short yardage and for whatever reason sure enough is fourth quarter couple. Minutes left in the game is fourth in one games on the line they get the first down they punch it in and maybe they win. If we win you know there's ninety something thousand people screaming in the stands and sure enough. It came out in that formation. I saw that night before my head and everything went silent. Athletes talk about being in his own. The most present ever been right. I can see the blades of grass. I can see the like red blood and often salons fingertips. I can see the full backs pupils and I knew what was happening before the play took place as soon as the ball is snapped. I shot the gap. Hit the ball carrying the backfield and we won the game right. Crowd went wild. Which meetings on Monday and my linebacker coach is like. I have no idea how the hell you knew that was happening. You weren't supposed to be there but I totally took credit for it right. Nineteen nineteen year old kid right. I'm like he's like. How did you knew that was happening? I was like I saw it happen before it happened. I couldn't really articulate at the time and so the third part of my mind. Meditation is comes a lot as a business owners. Visualize success today today. I visualize this podcast. What it was going to be like what it was gonna feel like so visualize success today. Have that moment now before you have and in the fourth part is just being present being still right. Listen to the rise in the fall of the breath the sounds of the room. And just be and that's when that's when the magic happens is when the minds able to steal again. I think that you know our friend Melissa. Urban poll thirty talked about this and Melissa's. She says he struggled meditation her whole life and it's been able to meditate almost every single day now in the gym in the gyms her church so to speak in that. Satan or hiking or high today went to Church Church. Youthful Photo in Utah. Take me there. Please hear Brooklyn. And so. But there's something she she compares it to like this meditation things working that movement exercise so to speak is kind of like a kid with Tintri Tantrum. You need to shake things out right. Then it's easier to still the mind so most of us have failed meditation. We just like wake up. Can we meditate some people that worked for most people have come across? It doesn't so if you can shock this system. Whatever top away. You won't then do this brief. Four MINUTE MEDITATION. People are having a lot of success in the jams. People were in cross-fitters people were finishing their morning. Runs in doing it and to me the more people we have moving in connecting everyone wins so my last question any advice that look there are so many people trying to make this industry and there are so many trainers out there some good and some bad any advice to anyone looking to to do this and build a successful business. It's super competitive. Yeah it's so I'd say a few things get talking so you know didn't answer ten years now. Ten years ago it was not that like sexy of job to say. I'm a personal trainer. Right could you imagine explaining to your friends and family about calm like not a stockbroker anymore. I'm a personal trainer carrying why beat around in a frame science as T- Mak fitness right now personal training. Like you've got all these. They're making a lot of money right and I think soon make sure that if you're getting into fitness you're getting in it for the right reason to help people and then. I think if you have a strong y you in these. Are Your God giving gifts right? If you can align your God given gifts with your skill set eventually figure out a way to make money at it. But most people quit. Because I don't think there are properly aligned. Maybe they go into it for to get INSTAGRAM FOLLOWERS. Or to make money right. You're you're in the wellness space to help people so if you can start that way. I think that's the most important thing. Okay really last question. What's your what's your take on the trainer's not in shape it's kind of like stock advice from Brockman a hard time. You wouldn't give a man your money. I don't think yeah I don't grasp give trainers a little breather like usually you start off here in shaping you want to share that with people and then now you're driving lay training nine people a day your time to work yourself pants. Why these these twenty minute workouts being a park just knocking these on apart a little crazy. Yeah if you're in the wellness space you take care yourself. You've got to lead. By example I love. It will close their todd. Thanks so much had it into.

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139: How to wake up to your true purpose with Deepak Chopra, M.D.

The mindbodygreen Podcast

25:44 min | 1 year ago

139: How to wake up to your true purpose with Deepak Chopra, M.D.

"Hi i'm jason walkup founder and co ceo of my buddy green and your host for the mind body green podcast where i'll be bringing you deep and insightful dialogues with some the greatest minds in wellness. If you like what you hear please consider giving us a five star review and comment and don't forget to visit us of my buddy green dot com for your daily dose joseph wellness and make sure to check out all of our great offerings including our online classes and trainings thanks and enjoy the podcast in today's podcast is part of our special revitalize series revitalizes our biggest event of the year we gather over two hundred thought thought leaders for a weekend of community conversation about the biggest most important wellness topics of our time this year the insights we learned in the revitalize main stage stage were too good not to share so we're broadcasting them. All in the special podcast series be sure to stay tuned until the end of the podcast. You can hear all the experts answer answer questions from the live studio audience behind it. Revitalize enjoy so next up we have a man and who truly needs no introduction a spiritual icon. Who's the author of more than eighty six books including twenty six new york times bestsellers cellars. I don't think anyone can beat that here. His life's work has been around consciousness and connection work. We desperately need especially now. According to harvard business review forty percent of adults in america report feeling lonely and research shows that loneliness can make us up to fifty percent more likely lead to die prematurely talk about consciousness and its role longevity. Please welcome to the stage the one and only deepak chopra the so we can start where we left offer the other panel do mind altering drugs expand consciousness. Yes okay take care to. I would love to hear more. I mean that final is very intelligent and they said everything that was needed to be said eh under controlled conditions experts. These drugs can explain consciousness okay so my experience was when i was seventeen in medical school in the nineteen sixty nine it was mind boggling never felt i needed to try it listing again after that did open hope a new dimension of experience for me so loneliness us forty percent of adults report feeling lonely. What do you see as the biggest contributors. They'll only loneliness epidemic. We have here. I would say it's the hypnosis of social conditioning and everybody these days is conditioned to conform and conditioning has been happening for thousands of years we started with mythological conditioning and then philosophical and religious theological conditioning no scientific conditioning and now conditioning through the media so and social networks with yourself is the most important thing which reinforces your sense of the separate britta's again socially induced loose nation. The separatists actually doesn't exist so you talk about your new book meta human this concept concept of waking up. Why do you think we need to be woken up right now. We need to be woken up because everyone right now here in this room. Home is experiencing a lucid dream in vivid. Now you right now. <hes> experiencing a lucid dream in a vivid now which is based on a consciousness misunderstanding so so our current concept of reality is that this is the real world that what because the physical world is the way we experience it. That's number one. That's called naive realism realism the second part of that same problem hard problem of consciousness is that we believe that there's a physical world did that exists independent of experience. None of these propositions can be actually proven the physical world that you are perceiving right. Now is the human experience using a human nervous system which is a very narrow band of experience. The five senses this species had their own experiences so ah backed experiences the world through the ultrasound. What is is that experience. A snake experiences the world through infrared chameleons eyeballs on two different axes. You can't even remotely imagine in this room. Looks like camelia on and on you know there's a species of butterfly called painted lady. She has thirty thousand thousand lenses that moves lake move laker kaleidoscope. You have no experience what this would look like painted butterfly. She smells the world through her uh feet antenna and taste the world and here's through her wings so what is reality and the answer is it doesn't exist. What you're experiencing. Is this species specific. Human experience that is is being tarnished through stories that we've told ourselves through thousands of years mythological stories religious stories illogical stories for those african stories now scientific stories none of that is true nor story about the universe is the universe the story story about the universe even if it's philosophic of story so what does waking up me and this is not a new idea by the way in western philosophy <hes> wittgenstein. He said we're asleep by life is a dream but once in a while we wake up enough to know dreaming and same thing with the buddha this lifetime does is transient as autumn clouds to watch the burden of being is like looking at the movements of a dance ons. A lifetime is a flash of lightning in the sky rushing bhai like a tyrant down the steep mountain so when the buddha was zeiss are you the messiah god europe messenger said no to everything finally disciple just before his last breath not said who are you and the said awake. What do you wake up to you. Wake up to the consciousness in which infinite experiences are happening. Read this moment right this second infinite experiences happening in an infinite consciousness. May i try something with them of course so. Let me ask you a question you present right now. Can can you be a little more enthusiastic. Are you present trading good so let me ask you the same question. Decem don't answer answer it to larry's okay. Are you present right now. That is what we call presence right. It's window into fundamental reality. The awareness of a thought is not a thought. The awareness of an emotion is is not an emotion the awareness of perception which we call this body and this world. This body actually doesn't exist. It's a verb it's constantly absolutely changing as an intermittent stream of perceptions so is this world so the world in the sanskrit word for this juggernaut media which means and the world appearance that's constantly changing and it includes your body and mind so awareness is intrinsically free of all experiences experiences in back. Its most live in the absence of experience therefore it's most alive and most creative at death okay awareness moss creative post physical death because it's free of all experience free to create it create what infinite experiences so what is a where necessary field of internet possibilities. It's formless. If it had had a form you'd be able to see it but because it's formless it's also infinite and because infinite it can create infinite experiences and because it's infinite it has multitudes of dimensionality in which it can experience it so today the physics models are talking book multi not versus where they exist exists in infinite consciousness and you odd that consciousness but we've been bamboozled into the the idea that we're a body mind separate from the universe having this experience. You're not a body mind because the body mind is also an experience so how how does everyone in this room. Go about accessing this higher consciousness that ultimately allows us to let go of our material possessions are stuff stuff and realize our potential. You don't have to let go of your stuff. You don't identify with it. You don't have to let god stop taking care of your body. Purdue identifiable defy it. You don't have to sharpen. Stop sharpening your mind you don't identify with it and that comes through contemporary tiv- ways ways to do it reflective self enquiry centralization awareness of perceptual experience without identifying identifying breaking it down. Perceptual experience can be broken down into separate components. We call it quality means quality of experience. It's so mindful awareness of perceptual experience mindful awareness of the body mindful awareness of what's happening in state eight which can be in tuition but also what we call interception. It's a process mitral awareness of mental space mindful full awareness of the web of relationships and ultimately awareness of being aware the more we practice these slowly building up the the more identity shifts from body mind world to the source of body mind word because there's no system of thought in these. We're very proud when we have scientific explanations things is it measurable. Were my friends if it is measurable. It's not real okay. Okay anything that you can meant anything that you can measure see touched. This perceive think about imagine imagine conceptualize is not real. Why because it's an ever nascent transient ephemeral ungraceful experience that is is born as soon as it dies that beaumont entered the stage is dead by the time you hear these words they don't exist okay so nope yes this is lucid dream and we need to wake up from the dream that which is dreaming and then you have access to infinite dreams and that's fun so better than any trip you can take because then you're tripping all the time and by choice high so mental health is a huge issue right now. What do you think is happening. That's leading so many issues. Mental health knows house. We talk about mental health all the if i asked you define the mind none of you would be able to answer that question. Can you define the mind. It's it's right here too big on right right here so yeah. The brain is the objective correlate late of the condition. Might that's true but mind is properly defined and this is comes from lots of work non mine many interesting people who go into your mind. The dan siegel is one of them but there are others. The mind is defined as an embodied which means it's in your your body and relational process that regulates the flow of energy and information once again mind is embodied embodied and relational process that regulates the flow of energy information in an ecosystem. This ecosystem of relationships cbs once. You understand that realize that mind has no location location here. There's no location anywhere now local non luca once to understand that it's not local then what is the cause of mental illness being local and thinking thinking your local basically the separate tax you know again in buda philosophical system the separates out as the cause of all all suffering in great wisdom tradition of the five causes of human suffering one is you don't know who you are identifying with your body. Mind second is grasping and clinging at experience is on grasp people know experiences grasp it comes and goes. I like this third is fear of impairments which is of course happening right this moment. Everything is impermanent on the level of experience experience. Forth is identifying with the default mode network or your ego and the fifth is the fear of death and they're all intimately connected and so at some point or the other. If you are even a healthy person you will have what is it's called existential anxiety and existence depression you will have it and your body will be inflamed as well. It'll have biological consequences so there's no psychological solution to this. There's no emotion solution to this. There's no drug solution to this. There's only a spiritual all solution to this to recognize yourself as a timeless being having a time-bound experience that timeless being when you're totally grounded founded in that time listening that's real flow because based on transcendence no system of thought in touring mathematics. I can give you a clue to what realities unless you know what the source of thought is. Which is you before. It gets conditioned says something else that's come up here quite a bit. You've done a lot of work. Here is purpose what advice you have for people who are struggling to find their purpose on on a on a daily monday level. Ask yourself what would i do if i told the money in the world and all the time in the world and who would benefit it that will give you but ultimately there's only one purpose to wake up period aw because then everything is you can write any story you can dream any story and you can create an story and you can imbed yourself love story knowing that it's a story laker great shakespearean actor destinies plan infinity of roles post playing so consciousness something. We've talked about here today and talking about mind altering drugs. We've talked what what does moment went higher consciousness. Look like what can you to work toward that. It's freedom freedom from all human constructs total freedom from human construct. Your body is a human construct. It doesn't actually exist as a thing as a noun. You will want fertilized egg then you were as i got then. You were an embryo then. You were baby than you were a toddler. Which one is the real you okay. This is an intermittent experience that you're having so is is the mind so the only solution is waking up to your infinite timeless being that is not subject to birth or death because birth and death are also constructs based on provisional false identity so what is waking up feel like freedom you dance with the universe because you are the ecstatic dance of the the universe and so today do you think something we've talked about previously this event community and digital world and we talk about freedom. I think about what's happening digitally in connection. How do we find authentic community and how does this is quieter those three spiritual principles that come from all traditions but particularly in the eastern wisdom traditions save which means so chris sutton sung which means gathering like this so tongue is not a gathering for those who are seeking the truth but haven't found it and cimarron which is remembrance to your true identity as the eternal timeless infinite being those three things save our service tongue community similar and remembering who you really are and this can be facilitated through online and offline communities. We need to create those communities. If you want a more peaceful just sustainable healthier enjoyable world we need to build those communities of service remembrance which is rich practiced tongue this kind of dialogue that you're doing all this three days. This needs to be a constant dialogue in all communities everywhere in the world and we can do it because we have the technology so what what are we as a wellness community not talking about enough. We're not talking about reality. We're talking well. Ness is all about optimizing in your physical health or now these days emotional health and emotional intelligence wellness is not the same thing as well being okay well being is a state eight of being which means state of consciousness so if i asked you a question right now and you don't have to answer it just answer it to yourself intuitively on the scale of one to ten one is life sucks. Okay couldn't be worse. Ten is the best life ever now. Just intuitively intuitively grade yourself. If you scored eight nine or ten you're driving. If you scored five six seven years struggling in some area of your life life whether it's physical sleep stress management personal relationships emotions nutrition exercise whatever polly bagel theory in all of that you're struggling somewhere and you need to address it and if you scored less than five years suffering and you're going to tabah crisis. This is good data on based on a very simple question. What is the quality of your life right now. You don't even have to be specific of course it. Includes woods things like physical exercise korea wellbeing social wellbeing community well being financial being what we are not addressing spiritual enrichment being which is the solution to all these problems okay. We're going to open it up for questions guys all right good one from page. How does consciousness business relate to anxiety so anxiety is a modified form of consciousness which is mind and and that's fear fear is the anticipation of pain in the future because you had been in the fast bust anger is the remembrance of past hostilities the desire to get even guilt shame and mistrust is blaming yourself and depression and anxiety is the final end brought another. Your consciousness awareness of anxiety is intrinsically free of anxiety another good one from <hes> sarah brooks. Have you become evolved enough to not fear death. I think death is false construct so you don't by entered you die if you identify with birth birth and death are the continuum of life. They're not opposites. Life is the continuum of birth and death. If you had no birth you would have no death and had no debt. You would have no recycling or reboot put right so what we call physical. Death is a false contract based on a provisional identity. I hope this is clear is it you don't die because you were never born another good experiences board and and that also has a very specific narrow band experience not reality so from todd mccullough you say consciousness as being absent of all human constructs but how do you define being being in love with your partner do not have to practice attachment with loving another being so good question so what is love love is not a sentiment commotion. Although that's one of the flavors of love love is the ultimate truth at the heart of the universe which is what we call unity consciousness and you can achieve that with your partner nother good one from samantha. What do you suggest to people of short windows of time but still still want to find deeper connection. Can i have a chew practice and just ten minutes right good luck. What's what's what's the minimum. This is a question on that would be honest in this consumer society. What's the minimum. You should should be awake all the time if you're not in meditation right now then it's not meditation if you're not totally centered in your being. It's not meditation sure okay. You carry yourself. Wherever you go and what you carry is your presence not what you say not think. Even though i'm saying this right down expressing it it's words you carry your being with you. Wherever you go and that is what is more sacred and most precious and the highest truth the second-highest route is feeling which we call love compassion enjoy empathy equanimity. All aspects of the third highest truth is thinking not dogmatic thinking reflective elective thing and then the last is action action with love. Love without action is meaningless us. An action without love is relevant action and and gary you're being you're all set. You don't need to minute meditation last question from as a society. Do you think we're currently moving closer or further away from a state of enlightenment as a society fatty. We are insane. If if you don't agree with that that you're declaring your own insanity but yes there <hes> a lot of people who are working in the direction of enlightenment and god bless them because they will change the world and they don't need to be a lot of few of them them will bring us more peaceful. Just sustainable healthier enjoy food and there's a buckton tehema thank you.

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137: Do mind-altering drugs have a place in wellness? 4 experts debate

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137: Do mind-altering drugs have a place in wellness? 4 experts debate

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On the special podcast series be sure to stay tuned until the end of the podcast you can hear all the experts answer questions from the live studio the audience behind it revitalize enjoy so two cities denver oakland have decriminalized silly sivan. I been pronounced not that. I just wanted to mushroom. People don't like that and i was like. I don't know if i'm gonna get this one. At any rate. There will likely be measure introduced on the twenty twenty oregon last year was given breakthrough therapy irby's status by the f._d._a. For its potential use and depression treatments and it's not the only one m._d. L._s._d. Pasta marijuana are all the rise. The wall stories about a form on microdosing on reddit dot com has over fifty six thousand members alone research is scant in many cases today. There are only four scientific articles on microdosing. There's no doubt about it. It's become a big thing but today onstage. We wanted to ask due mind. Altering drugs truly have a place in while this. She's got a lotta greg guests to discuss this complicated topic. We've got a holistic psychiatrist dr alan jara dr mollie maluku concierge physician the bay area specializing in personalized medicine and to forces of nature and wellness bestselling author plant-based pioneer ritual and melissa hartwig urban co founder of whole thirty a woman who needs no introduction so please give them around of applause the so the interest in l._s._d. Mushrooms knocking to try to say it again red eye awasa the marijuana booms over the last decade the spectrum of opinions varies from it has has no place in our culture to perhaps it can help people when take incorrectly and supervised by professionals to everything should be legal my question for all of you to start. We'll go down the line start with you. Molly do mind altering drugs have a place in wellness. Well well i. I want to add that again to reiterate. There isn't actually a lot of research behind this but there's a lot of practice especially in san francisco so whether or not they have a place or not people are using them for this recent for this reason we've come a long way from the sixties where people were taking large doses of medicine in order to expand the consciousness and if anything i think that it's it's going to be an interesting time to see what the research close right now. The f._d._a. doesn't approve drugs for health and wellness. They've proved drugs for sickness and disease so i would argue that we need it actually redesigned research in order to demonstrate that they can improve health and this is something that i'm interested in pursuing renault. Yes okay. I'm gonna say it depends so much that this is going to get boring but in the right context taking account into things like health history and genetic history and your goals in in a therapeutic setting with a trained practitioner with proper integration after the fact that as long as it's not the only wellness practice you're taking on it can yeah i think it depends on how we define wellness and i think sometimes there's an idea that that's something bad's one-size-fits-all you can try this at tom and these kinds of medicines are absolutely not that. They're not safe for everyone but i come at this from a perspective mental health. I'm a psychiatrist and and my field is in crisis. We have not really had real innovations since the late nineteen eighties and a lot of our treatments are not as effective as it should be. This is an untold story really and they have heavy burden no side effects. They can be difficult to get off of. They're not necessarily helping everybody so i think of these substances as a promising new line of potential treatments bridge. I would say yes in certain limited cases. I'm i'm pro legalization and i think the research that is being conducted right now on the early findings that we're seeing are super interesting and so i think there is a place in terms of how these compounds can play a part in terms of mental wellbeing. My concern live more in the ubiquity with which we're seeing doing it now and the mainstreaming of it people are looking at these these cases of p._t._s._d. Or what's happening with vets and their extrapolating from that that this must be fined signed for everybody and we're seeing i think a lack of maturity with respect to the practices that we're now seeing in terms of mainstream mm-hmm society and i think that's problematic so i'm coming from a place of caution and reservation for by pin in your panel yes so i think the answer's mostly no <hes> i think under extreme circumstances when other treatments have failed and under proper supervision. It is very interesting but i echo riches sentiment. This is not a one size catch all like okay. Maybe it can't talk about spinach because apparently spanish is good for everyone now but like otherwise i'll say like you know. Kelp is good for everyone. What we're talking about. Here is not good for everyone ordinary but at any rate yeah if i may yes i think also it's important to distinguish between seen all the different things that we're talking about iowa marijuana so aside and these are all very different things with respect to marijuana though i think well first of all like like the whole idea that we're calling this plant medicine like drives me insane. It's like no heroin is plant medicine. I'm like what are we really mean when we're saying what is the inference here and i think it's problematic problematic. At least in the case of marijuana is i know that living in los angeles i can't drive down the street more than a couple blocks without seeing gigantic billboard with komo scantily clad women making smoking pot and making it look like this is this is an aspirational thing that we all should be doing every single day and you see these dispensaries that look like apple apple stores that are packed with people and what is the message. What is the marketing message behind that and i can't escape the sense that what is being said is is this does have a place in your daily wellness regimen and i think that that is a huge problem and fundamentally untrue like i'm not a clinician. I'm not a scientist scientists but i've been in the recovery community for over two decades at this point and i've seen i've been to a lot of funerals and i've seen a lot of people's lives decimated through through the use of some of the compounds that we're talking about here today so it's not innocuous and i think we need to really take a step back and reevaluate evaluate from a mature perspective. What we're really talking about here. You want to refrain. I was going to start with sort of uh the more intense drugs maybe we start with. The lesson taught drugs marijuana opinion as i do. I've been reading a lot about the history of t._h._c. in mexico and british colonized india. I do think that there's a large lobby right now. That is trying to make make us believe that it is an everyday part of our healthy wellness practice. I do not believe it is without risk thirty if i did we'd be very popular program graham and i also have been in the recovery community. I'm a recovering from where you know in recovery for more than nineteen years but i think there's a large association between tween t._h._c. harder drugs. I think we talk about it not being physiologically addictive but we don't talk about this. They locations. I think people who are using marijuana recreationally creation only now on a daily basis far exceed like by factor of ten the number of people who are drinking alcohol on a daily basis. The usage is higher. The t._h._c. we have now is as far more potent than what was around in the seventies. I think there's a large and you can probably speak to this better than i can but your risk for psychotic break your risk for schizophrenia. If if you have a genetic predisposition there's just so much context around it and i think the message we're being given now is it's totally risk-free and it is not risk-free. I'm gonna agree with that but i definitely think that. Alcohol is certainly outweighs the use of marijuana globally and is legal and kills people so if we're talking about. I mean that's physician. I'm always trying to figure out what's really causing harm and teach see in cannabis is is problematic can cause problems in young people specifically people whose brains are developing elving anybody with a history of psychos should not touch the medicine right but i have plenty of people that i know who use it as a replacement for things that have in the past caused them serious serious harm and it doesn't cause cancer the way that tobacco does so the question is what's the right amount. What's the healthy amount. There's a whole movement of microdosing marijuana marijuana coming out where it's very minute doses talking two point five milligrams and what i rather my mom take that daily basis and drink four of us three glasses of wine certainly so i think it's a much bigger. Those are only choices are her only options taking a little microdosing teach that you're drinking wine or are there other things and there are there other things that we can do to expand our consciousness and to provide journey aren't one of those substance so you mentioned cautious. I want to come back to to teach so this idea that there's a lot of research in the extreme cases so p._t._s._d. Depression mental illness part of the context that conversation is a higher consciousness not really the same thing like higher consciousness over here and then p._t._s._d. Why do you think people are making this job in this connection and it seems to be working for some people in specific circumstances and is this really how how were reaching a quote unquote higher level of consciousness with regards the mind altering drugs. I mean people been using. These is the beginning of time that we've called with them. So these are not new. These are part of almost every culture in the world. The question is in america. Why is it that we like to capitalize and commercialize everything into something. That seems like it's good for us. On a daily daily regular basis these most of these substances largely should be used in context context community like amazon people use. I wasco in community to heal together and i think that we aren't necessarily seeing that everywhere but in some communities in san francisco l._a. New york i do see the practice of psychedelic us as a community building practice as a way to bond with others as a way to heighten consciousness and expand your consciousness and change your consciousness and i think arguably if you ask anyone in the room like have you ever wanted to change your mind. Have you ever wanted to change worldview and if you've experienced psychedelics alex you know that it's a potent tool for that so i think they're not without risks. They're certainly can be dangerous and they arguably should be regulated and people should would be able to procure the best quality sources in the world but that's not the case right now and so they are risky. What physically happens to your brain when you take these things ellen different different drugs. We're talking about but just what's going on here. Yeah it's an entire field. I'll do my best to just draw highlights from that. There's two main gene mechanisms those the neuro biochemical and then the psychological within neuro biochemical bertoni in which a word we're mostly familiar with at this point because of our antidepressants suppressants said they're highly active in the energy system. They bind the five h._t. Two receptor so now you know that and that's probably what accounts for the rapid antidepressant anti anxiety effect of substances like silla siphon even l._s._d. In iowa and then there's something called d._d. N._f. Brain drive neurotrophic factor so this promotes neurogenesis and neural plasticity translation is your brain can grow and change and adapt if you're stuck you can get unstuck and we were all taught like years ago that if you kill your brain cells you never grow them and it turns out that that's not true so psychedelics plant medicines do promote beauty enough and then you can have this kind of change. That's has real therapeutic implications for somebody with an entrenched behavioral l. pattern like addiction o._c._d. Room initiative depression <hes> these substances are actually anti inflammatory and we don't really have to teach the mind body green crowd that that's that's relevant since inflammation is a global cause of disease and there's a really interesting line of research around something called the default mode network or d. m. n. and that's the part of our brain that really creates our sense of ourselves as separate from other people and this is the part of our brain where we're hanging out when we're daydreaming when we're ruminating on the past or future tripping where worrying and if you take somebody and put them on a psychedelic and put them in an f._m. Or i what you see is that activity tiffany in the man goes down dramatically so that sense of ourselves. It's suspended for a few hours and that has interesting interesting implications. That's probably why people can have that sense of an expanded like what you consider to be part of yourself. You can feel that sense of oneness. I think it has interesting implications for people who experience alien nation in isolation loneliness trauma depression and then there's the psychological pathways ways so that's the so called mystical experience hypothesis and that's basically saying that if you take these substances with the proper said setting and you're the right person to take these someone who has a predisposition that would make it unsafe then it's pretty reliable. You're gonna have a peak spiritual life experience and i think the pharmaceutical industry is going to want to come in and say okay. Let's isolate the useful part of these substances so we can give people all all those neuro biochemical benefits but not the messy -ness of this trip but it there's some research to point to the fact that that trip the journey itself is mediating getting much of the benefit so it's actually a feature not a bug not always easy work but it's good work what happens when there's a quote unquote bad trip yep bad trips. I'll let someone else start. I can tell you about all of mine and i think i think that's important. You know we talk about genetics predisposition like is that a twenty three in meeting tat twenty-three i can i can take acid and i i am okay there. I think there's so many factors that it's not just genetic predisposition and your health history. It's like set and setting in the level of trust you have and then what you're taking because when i was buying it from like jay on the corner i didn't know what he was mixing it with which is very different than from a trained practitioner all of the benefits that you described that you just described they're wonderful and if you could guarantee that everyone had that same exact experience but you you just don't know there is absolutely no way to predict somebody can take twenty times and have nineteen wonderful transformative experiences and then have one that i heard stories even just from talking to some of you today that profoundly negatively impacted every area area of their life for years for who knows how long like that is the level of risk that we have to talk about this. Is your shirt your brain sure yeah i mean i think there are some there is some research on personality tests. You can take that can identify specific types of risk factors like high eroticism tends to be higher risk for cinco academy academy emergence from phenomenon so that's that's one way to do it but again. There's a lot of research that needs to be done to perfectly triangulate. What's the right drug for the right person the right dose in the right setting for the right reasons. So why do you think the valley is really embrace this well. There's reasons first of all the valley is highly beat distrustful of current systems and institutions including healthcare. They want to disrupt things right so they a lot but a lot of people that are trying to disrupt things are also distrusting of the things that they're trying to disrupt so i i know many executives who will happily take psychedelic to improve their mental health but they won't go to a psychologist and they won't go to psychiatrists because they don't they actually fear that if they they're caught in the healthcare system and so knows that they're getting mainstream healthcare that they'll never be able to fundraise and that's like an actual problem. The other thing i see is that actually entrepeneurship we're going to fundraising meetings microdosing because they believed that it gets them into flow state faster and they believe that they're much more common relax at these meetings. It's just fascinating episode of silicon valley presley appear next seas recipe you silicon valley. The show is very accurate but there's other the reasons. I'm creative problem. Solving is one reason why i see a lot of people microdosing l._s._d. I don't know if anyone heard about the history of chain reaction but man who invented that actually actually was on psychedelics when he discovers so people are using these to enhance their creative capacity. Molly might be microdosing right now. Today it so is is there a last question on microdosing before we move onto some of the other mind altering drugs so with regards to l._s._d. And mushrooms is there data readily available of all of that shares percentages of what we what we what we would deem successful. Enriching experience versus a not muffs. Oh good experience well. Can i tie that back to about trip. There's two separate out two concepts. One is what we shouldn't even call a bad trip trepelo an unacceptable outcome which is the wrong person uses these substances someone with bipolar disease someone with schizophrenia someone who's predisposed so first or second degree relative with abuse conditions then there's a chance that this actually precipitates a manic or psychotic episode. That's we should have zero tolerance for that kind of so-called bad experience then. There's here's the bad trip. It was difficult experience. We'd probably shouldn't even really be calling that a bad trip. It's such a quality kind of judgement on it. That's hard work. That's difficult difficult experience but that can sometimes be the most profoundly healing and transformative experience so what we're really lacking culturally is the right set and and setting and support for that kind of experience so what you need is a facilitator you need to save setting where you're get it into a challenging spot and they can say the right things to help. You have a confrontation with something difficult in your past. Maybe you're having a confrontation with profound grief or sadness or trauma and this can be really good work and to be able to be supported into that work. You can come away from a so called bad trip really helped by it sure sure and what is the fundamental purpose behind this like what is it when you're talking about the work. What what do you mean like why. Why should somebody somebody who is just living their life enter into this equation. Yeah no not not everybody necessarily should. I think that some people are stuck doc. They're suffering because of profound grief that they're not really fully feeling or trauma that hasn't been fully metabolize and so for them you know you can there are options. You can pick up a meditation practice. You can be in therapy for years and years you can have this kind of experience and they all do similar work work but basically it's to take us in to what we're working with rather than numbing us to it and i think that helps us get unstuck. I think i think a lot of the best research right now really relates back to the word that the work that maps is doing the multidisciplinary association of psychedelic studies if you haven't heard of this organization. You should really read either website because they're doing the real clinical research behind m._d._a. Therapy for p._t._s._d. And f._d._a. Actually has called this a breakthrough therapy because because of its advocacy in comparison to everything that we have so far. It's just way way above the expected rates of remission so there's some great videos on youtube the veterans that have come back and gone through these programs and have significantly improved their ability to function in modern life from these massive wounds from battle so but the integration experience i think is the most important part and that's the part that so many people are missing. I don't know necessarily that i agree that. This should be an entry point into therapy. Maybe like had i had i think not done all the work that i had done beforehand and then tried that experience. I don't know that i would have been mentally prepared for something like that but i think integration after the fact that you're not left with this like expanded conscious netanyahu's dumped back into your old life normally support and no guidance and no additional channel therapeutic practices to support this new information. I would argue. Is this peak life experience. Ninety percent of the effect comes from the integration afterward up yeah so we're gonna move onto marijuana and come back to that. I wanted to touch on a little bit like long-term effects. What what is your take from. A medical perspective perspective on long-term effects there that we're not paying attention to are we talking about t._h._c. not cd. Yes okay. I mean there's there's a a lot of question is whether or not it's good for us long-term. Some people believe that reduces risk of dementia. Some people leave that increases i. I'm in the camp that i think it's probably it seemed to have some serious. Anti inflammatory effect seems to be helpful for cancer therapy so the question is does prevent cancer. I don't think we really know the answers to these questions. Honestly i agree. I think we need more research. I think that in a way we need to the theme of all of this these are all medicines right and so they all need to be approached with the same gravity is something that's a pharmaceutical and these kinds of plants and i think that when we're thinking about it shouldn't be that it's like everybody's turmeric turmeric china every morning and it's just that it's it's medicine that you're going to use for specific purposes but because of that we really need to bring gravity to bring a lot research and understanding so i guess the person is sort of set the set off this discussion. Michael pollen recently had a great quote in the new york times where he wrote. I'll read this is now when you leave for the airport and kito third people with signs for iowa's ca ceremony instead of taxi people became shamans like last week. People are getting hurt. This seems to illustrate a fear of making drug culture mainstream culture or at least illustrates the idea of too much. Perhaps ops too quickly. Should we be skeptical of drug culture entering while this culture hundred percent hundred percent <hes> i think it's super problematic when we step into this mindset that that the solutions that we seek zeke in terms of our overall overall wellbeing are to be found in these externalities and i think to be sure there are certain places places for these compounds. We've heard about p._t._s._d. In vets and people who have severe mental disorders but in general to your to your point in your question about why silicon valley like wholeheartedly embracing this that is a culture that's known for its obsession for shortcuts and hacking and all these they're trying to find and the quickest way to a certain result and i think people look at these compounds and say this is the quickest way that i can reach this mindset or resolve this mental toll barrier that i'm trying to break through and they're doing it in a way. That's forsaking the internal work like the deep searching internal work. It's really required the grappling the therapy all of these things that i think are mandatory in terms of creating that that connection with self and that level of self awareness and and south understanding john mackey talked about cannot be circumvented and to the extent that these things are tools find but let's let's. Let's be clear that the real work is is in that internal to add on top of that that you really if you're going to experiment with this stuff you got to choose your shaman like you wouldn't neurosurgeon and people going to peru getting off an airport going in randomly handing their brain to someone that's a total stranger is absolutely insane and i think we just said sorry to interrupt heading your brain to a total stranger because i think the context <hes> drugs and tripping yeah has been in that context lisa was for me in college and who typically hands you the drug pusher. Somebody who's pushing pushing something on you that usually higher dose than you need so you know i would argue that some of the reasons why i've seen people in silicon valley also using using these medicines especially ketamine right now is there's actually a lot of suicidality so a lot of startup founders who are too afraid to go get help and then they get to the point where they're about to kill themselves and then they're like i. I need to get something. I need to do something now and you can actually go to clinics all over san francisco and even emergency rooms and get into fusion of ketamine which will abort your suicidality very quickly and it's a psychedelic gallic and the real question that is why are we creating work culture. That's so unhealthy that you're breaking your brain and that year resorting to that so melissa enrich you both talked about overcoming addiction. How does addiction play a part in this conversation. And why do we need to be very mindful mindful of that as we're talking about multiple mind altering drugs here i mean i think i have the i have to walk this balance between i i have this lived life experience where i have this kind of cautionary tale but at the same time i don't want to be the person who's gone so far the other way that i can't see any benefits to whatsoever because of my own experience. I do think that there's a large correlation that we're not looking at a with particularly marijuana whereas a gateway drug like i know that so nancy reagan but i think that there's also a lot of truth to it. I do think people are looking for shortcuts and you see that everywhere not just with drug-use dealt with nutrition with fitness. I do think that people who take a very specific contextual maybe cultural practice and they see it working very well in this particular context the main than they extrapolated out say this works equally well for everyone all the time and there's a lot of danger in that so i do want people to be aware of the risks they do. You want people to be aware that it is not you can't just expect to receive the same exact benefit. It's not like a cookie cutter approach and i think in my own <unk> experience because of my own biochemistry because of my recovery. It's not something i would ever touch yeah. I would agree with her completely. I think that it was very well said it's difficult for me to be objective about this because of my own personal experience and it is important for me to try to step outside added that understand different points of view but for me when you tell me that everything that ails me and all the answers that i see can be found in this crazy powerful mind altering substance. I'm just like where do i sign that. Just activates like everything that is unhealthy in me and that's a huge weren't weren't warning sign like a red flag for me and and <hes> and i can't erase relationships ships that i've had with people and experiences that i've had with with people over the years that have jumped off the roof because there were on ketamine or you know just could never get get off the couch because they couldn't stop smoking pot and it is a very nancy reagan kind of trade thing to say but i've i've seen it. I have friends who were in that place and it goes back to this idea idea that that i want to make sure everybody understands that. These things are not innocuous. They're very powerful to the extent that you're going to go to peru and find that shaman at the airport and hand him your brain. You're inviting an incredibly powerful substance into your consciousness without the tools or the accurate understand what it's actually doing to you and i think in certain situations for certain people i've seen ben transformative for them in a positive way but i would imagine that the majority of experiences are people who are not fully equipped with the tools required to know how to navigate that in a way that they're going to come out the other side and benefit from it and if that was not the case there'd be a lot of people walking around right now who are enlightened and i don't see that right i think at this goes back to the idea of decriminalization and with the exception of oakland and denver right now we are in a state of prohibition with psychedelics and yet there is widespread spreads psychedelic use and a lot of it's not safe and so i think it's counterintuitive but when you looked at the precedents like in northern europe and portugal places that have decriminalization eh really robust harm reduction model they have better outcomes and less harm than we do in any city in the united states so i think in a way i hope the united states can pull this off basically not just like everything's legal now and then billboards scantily clad women being like you should really vape cannabis right now. I think it's that we need to to be thoughtful about what is harm reduction. Look like how do we bring cultural norms up so that we know who should approach these substances who should not in what setting what's going to make it safe. What's gonna make it beneficial. Shaw and expectation are kind of integration you do afterward. We'll thing i would add there. Is there still is uncertainty my point of view in reading everything and listening there still eliza level of uncertainty with these substances and to me within you mess up your microbial. I think we can fix that. If you roll the dice with your mental health it is very hard to reclaim that your mental health ones that i've seen that i've shared stories laws people phone. I've seen that play on the real world and very wanted to struggles with mental health anxiety severe cases loved ones could go through the numerous allen's people people suffering from it is very hard to reclaim that and so my opinion is if there's if there's inherent risk and if you're not one hundred percent familiar whether whether it's dna or genetics and what's accurate whatnot there's a risk this could not have a great outcome and the risk far outweighs the reward when you talk about your mental health in my opinion. I thought so one thing that i'm going to close on this this idea of a consciousness so people are using to raise consciousness expand consciousness this. How can you do this without mind altering substances. Let's talk about the good things we can do work. Maybe meditation yeah yeah todd mccullough in the taught me a meditation practice that has been absolutely life changing for me like one of the three most life changing experiences that i've ever had and i i feel like i do it has opened me up to god's opened me up to myself. It has allowed me to achieve all of the benefits that we talked about without having to take a single mind-altering substance. I i will agree that. Meditation is a powerful tool in the toolbox of optimizing and improving and expanding consciousness however i will add that there are people who've gone to boston of a trace of that proper training training and psychotic breaks so like this happens and holidays so like i actually went to a meditation retreat and i tripped so hard on my own brain chemistry completely sober it was wild and i was i've had experience with psychedelics. I'm comfortable in that state but i was not expecting to see what i saw and to have these experiences experiences so i kind of try to tell everybody like if you're trying to get to the top of the mountain you can take a psychedelic there without any training like fly a plane. You might crash it. Okay or you could do the meditation past the daily gentle five to ten minutes twenty minutes slowly build the capacity to hike that mountain or you can go to a pasta and just try to like do it all in one day. You've got to be really careful on kinda where your brains out and do the subtle body building to get yourself to the place where you're confident and comfortable enough in that space to not get hurt. So how do you guys define sobriety. There's some people say like. I trip but i'm sober variety. How do you define being sober over me. I left. He's yeah i think i think that definition is a very personal. One and i don't have any opinions on how other people define sobriety for for themselves for me. There's there's physical sobriety which means living free of mind altering drugs and alcohol and then there's emotional sobriety which is an ongoing lifelong journey of trying to live a more balanced productive life and not let my character defects create having damage in my life yeah. I'm very i'm very adamant about protecting everybody's right to define their own sobriety sobriety for themselves. Okay guys. We're going to open it up for questions while there's lots okay so question for max some high level athletes are starting to micro dose silla sivan. Have you seen have you. He's senior conducted research and how this can potentially improve athletic performance. That's fascinating. People never heard nothing about that. I mean like athleticism is largely psychological ride. The person wins the money can endure the most pain at the end of the day so i would argue that if you can get more control over your mind and and get into that flow state you might have better performance another great one todd mccullough. I see where psychedelics in a safe setting could be helpful. Would you agree this is is putting a band aid on a on a bigger issue like lack of meaning and purpose and if so how are you helping helping people find a long-term solution. That's the integration. Ah that's the context it has to be part of that bigger picture context for whom and why and let's not forget about the connection to community. I mean at the end of the day like uh-huh why are people turning into these. What's missing from their lives and in traditional culture is these are often used in community yeah so this is sort of it's all integration and the experience all rolled into one on another good one from alan. What are the most common symptoms of psychotic episode after consuming one of these substances. What changes in the brain is it reversible asking for a friend. <hes> i've taken these things i've seen the good bad bad so well a lot of people look and feel psychotic when they're on these substances and so it's really just a matter of does the trip end <music> end the risk is real but it is small and they've done a lot of really good research on this to see that in populations that engage these substances. There's not that much of an increase in these sorts of things so. I think that there's been a moral panic around these substances. We're suggesting like we have an idea in mind of like oh god. I just lost my mind because i was stupid and i did something like this so you take all that into consideration but you wouldn't do you this alone even if these become legal. You don't want to do this alone in your bedroom so you would do this with somebody who is in the right mind who can hold space for you. Keep you safe and also also reflect back to you like okay. You're actually acting normal. You're not acting normal another good one for mike taylor. Being i'm very provocative. Theses pushed all kinds of questionable things just to make money now. They're in charge of pushing drugs to have any hope of appropriate regulation. Wait you when you were saying. I hope america goes no no. We've got really add like capital lobbyists for this stuff that that the moneymaking potential and anytime you have something that's illegal where there's a lot of interest a lot of people making a lot of money on the sidelines you know it's grotesque in both directions right so right now so criminalization we'd like to think that the population of the real beneficiaries of that but there's a lot of money to interest in that two so the prison industrial complex the spirits industry the pharmaceutical industry <hes> they're really the ones who are benefiting most of all from criminalization cassation but i think that there's on the other side companies that are going to put in a can and it's really distressing so yeah i think maybe we should you just moved to portugal actually be responsible both direction. I really want to answer this question as well and i think they've made really good points all of you. This is really this is like a can of worms arms but there's actually a bunch of venture firms that are coming out to create pathways for these drugs to get approved but this has already happened g._h._b. Is now a drug called serum. You can get it for narcolepsy up to kentucky a ton of the season miller taking it to sleep off. Label embedded means adderall widely prescribed. It's i mean it's very close to embed that means so like this is already happened opioid same thing so what we're going to see is we're going to see the same thing happened. Psychedelics sending happen to ketamine and you know the real question is are we gonna create bigger epidemics and bigger addiction as at bigger problems or are we going to reduce harm and actually help people heal. That is a question yeah. You just used adderall opioids. There's an example so that's a cautionary right there. Exactly we need to be really careful. That is all the time we have questions. I think i'm leaving this album more questions. Thank you so much. Thank you thank you. Hey everybody i just wanna. Take a quick moment to thank you all for listening to the podcast and say that we wanna listen to you so if you have any questions any dream guests we are all ears. I would love to hear from you so ask anything and stay tuned for the answers or your dream guests on this very podcast. Send your questions to podcast ed mind body green dot com. That's podcast at mind. Body green dot com and it look forward to hearing from all of you.

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Ep. 96: August 7th - Why not Wednesdays

Bro Bro Bro Bets

15:33 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 96: August 7th - Why not Wednesdays

"Taught are you ready. I'm ready. Are you ready. I'm ready daily. If you're ready. Then uh good afternoon gambler's good afternoon. This is bro say podcast four degenerates by degenerates. I am your host at dick's saying to my right is todd mccullough's and on the phone is our friend guppy from canada. You seem that you wanted to say something. Hud atone dick's. It's got i don't know i don't know if i can get used to it up. Get used to be honest. No one's gonna care week. No one's gonna care too weak on. We talked about <music>. This tone is a man right. I'm a man i'm forty. That's what we talked to vote. Yes become a man. He's told now things. Thanks somebody understands. I get it the man somebody fucking <hes>. Let's say congratulations to our friend boss for securing deals with e._s._p._n. W._w._e. disown westwood one. If you haven't heard the news already big news today big news today daily national radio show ten to noon. Check the map. It's going to be fucking great video simulcast on the zone on on disown and if you can't if the radio show is not in your area you can listen in on the tune in app by any of the stations. I have it in your time zone. The news the tune in and listen cake cake cake with that being said we still have to show. We still have to give out winners. I'm not sure we gave out. I think we're fine five today. Yeah just little bit. Maybe four and six but i like this out a five. We're we're five five but in the last since since june. We have never had back to back losing days. Oh oh no so with today's picks you. Almost i don't know i don't want to call it the thing that you put on your doors so people don't get in steal all your shit but it's almost that we don't use that word here on this show anymore. The last thirty days were fifty one thirty two and seven. Oh isn't that ooh. That was that good. Even if you wanna go recently last seven days ten and seven we're winning. We're winning or fine so let's continue winning. The worst say wednesday it is nice. You and your best bets stood kyle start with you. Guppy dumpy back to me. I'll go first. Let's go <hes>. This game's probably starting right now. Should i just skip it the twelve ten game. We'll give give your thoughts on then. We'll see if you're right or wrong. I'm not going to go in the par- okay <hes>. I'm just gonna continue riding the mets until i i'm showing other hot. They've been fucking hot. Yamamoto omotoso for the marlins last three starts fifteen earned. He's really taken a slide. Lately matt's going for the mets last time at home. Complete game shutout. I i liked them. I five minus a half minus one forty. You know that's that's a beautiful thing. I like what you're doing there. No you're not be able to get your picks in for the show show listeners. We're we apologize with news this morning. Sorry are busy. We'll see guppy was right on that day. Maybe live a bit. Maybe they took a double header from yesterday. I mean the mets are. I can't believe what's happening here. No they're fucking. They've been great <hes> todd. What is your your best bet. I wanna take cleveland money. Line aren't great onyx minus one ninety two or something right now and go run line but man i tell you i i need a <hes>. W out there ws i first game or second game for taking the well i think yeah i game at i because please sack with him on the hill. He's four and one at home with a three point. Five one era post all-star break us three with a two point five seven iranian stats. He's one with a one point two ninety i._r._a. Specifically against the rangers. I like him over harada. Rondo is <hes> post all-star. Ah break wanted to with the seven point two zero era. He's slipping grea twenty two innings pitched. He's given up sixteen earned as well talk. Great stats bats. Hey you good sets. Thanks buddy homework homework best bet you know i hate this because i hate taking overs. I know i haven't hit it over on a full game all year. Well buckle up because that's all you got three fucking over shit shit so fucking looking buckle up for today. Okay i got the giants and nats over nine. K let that sink in there for or you go giants nats over nine. The reason why i am taking this ca- the reason why i am taking this joe ross is on the mound on for the nets. He's got an eight year a i mean. He's started in the pen this year and he's started his last three games but he's giving up runs so i'm not a big joe ross guy <hes> sean anderson for the giants a seven point seven e._r._a. In july so not great there either and then san francisco in the nets are six and seventh respectively versus right handed pitching so you've got to top ten clubs against right handed pitching against to write pictures that are struggling <hes> gimme gimme the overnight and i can giants and that's a good number tone. It is a good note and the open your eyes a little bit. I'm not looking at it over to you know yeah. I mean i don't like to listen. I don't like the overs but when the stats steer me in that direction. I'm not getting those either you gotta stick with the science stick even water water on that one giant spots a half irs five at all tow. It did feel free to fucking tow the shadow that but i'm telling you the over nine put it in. I don't feel like i don't feel good about what else what else you got buddy. I got something here for the second game of that double header. Okay eh day. Indians have announced their starter but i love the ranger than lance lynn getting plus a half at plus one fifteen gene. I five k. value is incredible lance lynn the last time he didn't go six innings was april twenty third. He's been incredible. The guy has been the one of the most consistent pitchers in the league all year and i love that value there. Hey we're gonna throw it in for you buddy. How's that make you feel isn't okay second game of a doubleheader to battle tired. Okay <hes> talk what else you got. <hes> we got a lanta minnesota taking atlanta that one money line max freed starts with the for the braves he's twelve and four with a four point zero seventy i._r._a. This season he seven one with a four point four yara on the road post all-star break three zero with a two point seven six era and that's going to be a theme in my picks starting to focus on who's playing well after the break. Oh yea about what you've done for me. Lately correct martine whereas post all-star break owen one with a six point zero zero. Let's go. Let's give the advantage though maxine. I'll take an atlanta in this one. Yeah i mean there's i like that one. Yeah there's no reason to look at <hes> what they done before the show i mean but it can can be deceiving some of us look overall yar a and if that really hot <hes> you know first half of the season but they like fucking eight-year ray and you know you're just looking at the three point nine four overall. You gotta look into it. No relates her heart rate now to put a number on that barrios last night and he's he's been almost unhittable for the twins all right my next pick you already know it's an over. What game is it going to be. It's going to be seattle seattle and san diego padres over nine and a half. Oh let me tell you why tell me why joey lucchessi fucking great name by the way hoyer should be gangster mr fucking. He is gangster. He has six july six year in august and his one start kuchis going on the mound for for the mariners he had a seventy or in june sixty or july thirteenth e._r._a. In his one start an august and then same as the giants nats that was worse right handed pitching this game these two teams respectively sixth and seventh versus lefthanded pitching so got to top top ten teams right against left handed pitching <hes> both pitchers left-handers both pitchers struggling so once again pattern developed. We're going over in that right fifteen the in fifteen earned in his last fifteen. That's for q choose well out something to think about <hes> guppy what else you got buddy. I was towing the water on that. One padres. I five at minus forty just because i like lucozzi a little bit more took over towing it. I got one more got phillies diamondbacks k- <hes> it's nothing to get vargas. He's decent in in his first start with the phillies. He was all right but zac galen going for the d backs his last ask three. He's gone seventeen and a third with three earned. Twenty six got a two point seven to your a and the first five at minus one twenty five. I love that number. I mean in kabul stamping gaylon. One point eight five aces all-star break in vargas being lefty. Guess what the bax eat lefties for breakfast eighth best testing team in the league since i left us on the same page my last over as cubs over ten no game in the series so far has gone under eleven so something to think about their oakland is fifth versus lefthanded pitching jose jose cantata. He's got a five point five six e._r._a. In july has been okay. He's been okay but the the oakland a.'s hot versus lefthanded pitching so that's what i'm thinking thinking about their homer bailey since he's gone over the hasn't been great seven point three to your in july cubs bats are obviously not terrible so i'm taking the over are in the third and final game of that series see if we get three overs in a row there all right. Do you have anything to say about it. I liked that okay. You're the over. I'm with you man. I'm not the over over. I'm the first year on the over more than any ways the over the first five the first five five guy now. Don't don't try to steal it from us. I don't try to don't do that. Okay todd you've anymore. I do have one more. The white sox money line at detroit. Ivanova starts for socks. He's been turning things around it a shitty season but in these last past three starts he has a zero point nine yard. All that's pretty good yeah yeah so i look for him to have a big game. Continue <hes> you know stretch this into two four fucking epoch starts and the lefty tyler alexander starting for the tigers. He's been great at home. If you look at one point two nine era it's only over seven innings. All i know is that the white sox have very well against left-handed their seventh and league since july first in that stat so i look for the offense every day for the socks. I mean look for nobody to have a particularly good day on the mom bad day for detroit. I don't see anybody losing in two times in a row to the tigers <hes> no. I don't think that happens very often at probably never if ever so no. I like that pick. I like all of our picks looking good what we do here every day. Is we put all of our pixel new parlay. We caught our cup of coffee day parlay because if you're spending five dollars on a cup of coffee you might as well spend five dollars parlay that's going to it's going to be some money might as well i mean people who've played the cup of coffee a day parlay this year so far they're up. They are <hes> they're up dollars and that's what we do here on this podcast. We just try to get you up dollars. Yeah so we're all about keeping the black k- the red i came in with the positive black black is good read something to think about. <hes> green is good. Green is also good green and black synonymous red bat red doodad registered dead. Just know that that saying here on the show registered dead. We've been saying that forever right since since the show started. That's what we've been saying provo screen. You're debt green good reggie dead mice could be on a t shirt could be we should probably it makes you know what that's probably upper overall pets he with the train something to think about <hes> which probably get some n._f._l. Gambling shirts coming up here listen. I like it. You know it will brainstorm on that. We'll get back to you guys all right. Let me run through these. I'll be honest little scattered rain right now so i'm not sure if i got everyone so make sure that you're you're better than here the oakland a.'s scrubber cubs over ten. That's me it's in cleveland indians modest one ninety. It's taught it's an padres over nine and a half. That's me it's in nats giants over nine. It's me it's in braves modest one twenty that it was somebody taught it's in gumby i five diamondbacks urine white sox mice one thirty year in definitely miss some of your bumpy. I'll be right. <hes> rangers plus offers five seconds. That's what it was so since there's no starter yet it's not on my screen so let me find something and were you saying to. Yes there plus one fifteen gumby yup alright. Someone's going to slide another game here. That's plus one fifteen all right so we've got an in eighteen. Were all right. I like it. I like it soon. Be good payout eight. Now's a good one wednesdays usually our day to day. We'll hit areso recently wednesdays day five dollars to win six hundred and nine dollars. That's what i'm talking about five to win six six oh nine you take that money and go stored up mac show dot com twenty percent off promo hashtag thursday night mcafee have a day or pay some bills. Get some don't worry about the bill the bill themselves yeah come electric bill. It's been a hot summer. The money reflects that good luck luck pay team paid that men his money.

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WINNERS for Championship Weekend & All the NFL

Bro Bro Bro Bets

29:23 min | 1 year ago

WINNERS for Championship Weekend & All the NFL

"If you WANNA look good afternoon good morning good night good good evening good day. Good football here. We all good better better bets. We're back at allow poppet. I'm Tony Turning Attorney Gloria. We're not going to do that. I was thinking lose giving cut it off my I'm your host Tony Digs. This is good bets. Abets the number four or three ranked. You went up sports gambling podcast in the entire world according to Forbes magazine using and Popular Science and Popular Science we are brought to you by handle dot com slash McAfee. The greatest sports betting websites on the entire earth Some say the universe. I don't know if it's legal in the universe yet though. Good point thrown intergalactic laws. Yeah so so I mean. Let's not get carried away and spread false rumors about our sponsor. You're right you're right that's on me last week. The the odds boost was REDUC. codgers the throw for over one fifteen a touchdown easy money easy money easy also this week fans will if you took the Houston Rockets money line and we're screwed by some dumb ass raff not being able to see dunk going through the through the through the hoop they give your money back. That's just the type of website. Say That we're dealing with here. FANS DOT com slash mcphee. Last week. You Got Your I bet twenty. I got twenty dollars for free to bet with. Sometimes it's risk-free bread up to a five hundred wall fan dot com slash machi- McAfee. You'll figure it out. Oh Yeah you'll get and then you'll be. There will be a good odds not what it is this week. Get Nacho what I think it has something to do is colts on thank you. I think you're right not positive. That's the rumor. That's the rumor also brought to you by the Action Network sports my action dot APP slash Digs or todd or tonic comes. It's todd McCullough TRAUMA COMAS BUBBA. Gump Pino or Boston Connor. Follow us there and as always we are brought to you by cobalt three-foot levels dodd. Keep it level plum. Cobol the best three foot level in the market. Get mm-hmm anywhere you get your level. Lowe's home depot more nailed it. Thank you so much todd for that. Incredible battery DOT are cobalt cobalt. They will sponsor every single one of our segments and games MHM people jump right in. Let's get to come on this week. We normally cover all the games but this week it's championship begins especially weekend Friday. We got too late this week. Busy Week. What we're GONNA do crazy? We'll tell you so we're going to give you the. NFL picks up just two games. Were taking racking away and on everything and then I'm going to run through all my college. Football picks just a quick little. Why not maybe I'm why maybe just the picks so let's start in the NFL? We're going to go so we're in starting Buffalo K. The bills are plus six. The over under his forty four against the ravens sixty nine percent of the bets are on Baltimore Baltimore. Eighty percent of the money is on Baltimore. Seventy seven percent of the tickets are on the over sixty. Three percent of the money is on the over Conroy. Start with you do have a pick for this. I'm taking the Ravens. I think this is just a matchup that favors them. Ravens are four one one against spread away bills only three and three three against the spread out zeti stats back east today. In again the weakness of the bills even the Rushdie you know and that's just the ravens too to much here when it comes down to a to a ravens loss would help the Patriots in the bills. Stop at nothing to hurt the past chance. So I I just did you just bring the Patriots into the site tried to. But somehow that's his house shows. How worried is the builder rate there? You worried worried. I'm not worried to say appreciative of what the time I have left at this pacers game. Anything I'm on the Ravens as well all all the same reasons builds eight three and one against the spread but that's five one on the road at home only three and three. I think the Ravens run away with this when they they beat Dick. Good good niners team. I don't see any reason why they shouldn't run away with his auto you on this game Yeah absolutely taking the Ravens one hundred percent. Nothing can stop them in in Buffalo thought about the Ravens. I'm going to take the under under forty four and a half or under forty four and a half. Let me tell you why the ball was going to be on the ground around a lot. This game gusts up to twenty five miles an hour knock grade for throwing the ball. Also Raymond's number one in yards per rush. The bills are number. Twenty anyone in defending the yards per rush so I mean the Ravens. No that they'll keep the ball on the ground and the bills. Their number eleven yards per rush in the Ravens are actually number twenty two who in defending yards per rush. So they'll also keep it on the ground hopefully turn some clock hopefully long drives bend but not break not a lot of passing yards. This game Josh Allens Passer Amar Jackson's not a big passer. I like the other bills nine and three on the under this. Aw Come on can argue. They're the only thing that worries about is like Lamar starts ripping off like fifty yards and they score quickly. But let's just I mean the bills are good defense but they are good. I mean they got good players. Let's just let's let's run okay. So that is the first game of the weekend that we're dealing with here. Washington Green Bay. OKAY WE HAVE NOTHING DENVER HOUSTON. We've nothing to go to New Orleans area. The saints are modest two and a half against the San Francisco. Forty niners over under forty four and a half sixty. Five percent of the tickets are in San Francisco. Seventy two percent of the money on San Francisco and then sixty percent of the tickets. It's an money is on the over in this game taught. I'll start with you for this one. Do you have a pick for. This is my pick of the week taking San Francisco. This go defense travels and the forty niners have the number one ranked pass defense in the league. The number one defense overall limiting teams two hundred and fifty yards per game drew drew. BREES is not playing his best football right now faces true the Saints Offenses Rate Thirteen while the forty niners off. Its is sitting psst. This is not a good match up for them. This is going to be a nightmare for the New Orleans saints. I don't even know if they're home. The niners are legit yet. They'RE GONNA they're gonNA walk away with this one company Gimme points come on what. GimMe niners muddy. Saints Ain't ate for eight and four against the spread only three and three at home. I thought I so long. The niners might not be that team. They lost to the Ravens last week but they showed something they did show some. They're going to win this game. The saints are not as good as them and I know. It's tough to go into New Orleans and win but the Falcons have done it already this year and I don't see any reason why the niners won't do it. Would you quit going back to. The goddamn Falcons fell CNN's. I'm you love that team. You know I just point out the fact that they be you love the Falcon. They want instinct. They won in New Orleans and they stink. Thank you just drew my wing Connor. I'm taking the over. Oh I would like to lean one way but the super dome you know. There's just stopped after you there who day I have a couple of stats here for you. Okay total's gone over and five New Orleans last six games against San Francisco okay. Laws gone over and four. Four of San Francisco's last five games. VERSE NFC opponents. Oh I mean is that Steve Young slinging it back then. It might have been but that plus the fact that the Ravens are coming off sloppy rain game Phil Jimmy just going to have a little bit of a day here against this really defense Yankee. Give me like Twenty seven twenty four. Something Nice I do think the niners are going to win. But I'M GONNA play it safe with over. Okay here. Let me let me find this for you real quick I'm scrolling through and through all my stats here you know big stats guys here on this show because we're not just idiots talking to the microphone. We're providing you stats here New Orleans thirteen and two to the over last fifteen games at home worth more than six days rest bang. That's for you that's for you. You people who wanted to take the over now. There's some people who want to take the under. Oh and that's Tony undies. Right now Tony. So I'm taking Saints San Francisco under. Let me tell you why that's GonNa tell you what your ass police. San Francisco is a number sixteen extending yards per rush the saints number twelve and stop it so I feel like the defense is better than that situation. Facto at The San Francisco is number five in yards per pass gay doesn't matter Santer number four ooh and he's facto ipso facto defense is better there saints number fourteen in process San Francisco number one defense facto defense. Windsor Daily Defense doesn't doesn't win. his New Orleans is thirteen yards per rush and the niners twenty fifth in stopping So but I mean that's on the ground and the saints don't really run the twentieth in the League and rush and running attempts and they're missing two of their star starting to sell so I like that will maybe dope at the over those those reasons I'm taking the under but I mean it doesn't mean it doesn't mean you're right doesn't mean I'm right. Niners are foreign to the one. That's the road you're going to tend to go with foreign to it usually goes. I mean you dislike to go against me so I was just getting ready. Ellie under attack for the Falcons under attack. I mean I mean Oh this show is good. Yeah and that. Was the joke of the weeks. Brought to you. By cobalt three levels given level gave a plum global Keira that would show people what you do every facing level horizontal vertical Hobo. Another game of the week here that we are taking the Kansas City chiefs plus three at Foxboro over under forty eight and a half fifty four percent of the tickets on the chiefs. Fifty four percent of the money is on the chiefs. Fifty eight percent of the tickets on the under sixty five percent of the money is on the under corner. You are a Patriots Fan. That's where you're born and raised. What are you taking for this game? I'm going to stay away. Good man this game obviously got skin in the game as it is. Everyone dodds play everyone in the fact that it relies on a receivers. I mean we got two rookies with Nikki. larage going Myers and then we got a new door set addressed. The can't do it honestly. You just can't won't do it. You need to other guy you need someone to step up here. It's going to be interesting to see the I got little to no faith. I'm just kind of enjoying what we have left with Tom and See what happens. Five coach stacked box double the running back back in the slot. Eight air it out aired out Tom if it comes down to Tom Barrett. Oh I love Tom Throw throw at Tom. I don't know if you receivers bigger stronger faster than this this week. Meyer one week Myers is your best wide receiver. No he's about Ataman Palman threat. I mean you look trying to kill Harry is definitely are I mean with the hat on you activity. Yeah definitely going to take Kansas City here. You can do barbecues about what happens in Foxborough borough heart is play. They're all that stuff. Chiefs have the second best yards per snap every patriots. Twenty third chiefs defense is playing well as has of late in there. I realized they're they're not as elite as the Patriots team. But they're going against a sub par office some more. I would rather do that day. I'll take that every day of the week as opposed to taking a very elite defense against one of the top off it true I will come out ahead of this one plus crew take. I'll take all day. They're four two against the spread on the road and free play away from Kansas City. GonNa Rescue. I'm not touching it. Okay good for you though. Todd I mean I hope it happens dot is the only one touching that game catch all day all right touch it out go another primetime game. SEATTLE seahawks plus one at the Los Angeles Rams over under forty six and a half. Yup Kyle bumpy dumpy. No start with you here. I love the seahawks money. Line five and one against the spread away homer bet. I don't particularly like the seahawks on us but I just I'm not sold on the rams. I haven't been all year. I know they look good against the cardinals last week. I'm hoping that was an anomaly. And I just like the sea hawks. Here they've been winning enclosed games all year long. I don't see any reason why it's going to stop now about that game. The cardinals are going there on hard declined for the rest of the season. All right hopeless. Get that in your head. That's what's happening. That was an anomaly. I don't know what people are looking at here. Golf cannot cannot get it done. We're looking at Russell Wilson arguably you number two right now for MVP. He has loads of weapons. Lock it metcalf Gordon Gordon hostile to throw through and Carson and penny. I think have become one of the most dangerous backfield's in the game right now. I don't know what the fuck we're talking about. Of course Seattle over. I mean I like Seattle a lot but after the thirty four point spot that the rams put up even even if it is the cardinals. It's tough to score more than thirty points if they're going to roll it's GonNa continue into Seattle but I like the over definitely take the over. I agree with that too. I I love that bad because Seattle isn't necessarily going to shut down. It's GonNa outscore you. That's what they've been doing all year. They're going to allow a lot of points scored just a few more points than you. Rams ems are fine if girly can get going if they fall behind and golf has to throw and they know he's asked to throw they're in trouble. I'm not gonNA touch Viggo smart. You're not gonNA touch it. Plenty of game reason. Tony the the my reason earlier was is. I haven't hold on. I have it here on my on. My excels on my cell spreadsheet were field Gomez away from beating Seattle in Seattle earlier this The Rams yes direct. You're correct rams number five in passing yards per game Seattle's number twenty nine in passing yards given up Yup and they do not not get pressure. Even we've with cloudy they don't get a lot of pressure no it's just too scary for me. I just I don't WanNA touch. I mean in in in the lines. A little weird. It's a trap. And they'll be of the Seattle Cleveland game earlier in the year. One point trap spread button. Seattle squeeze they did in the lines. A little weird and I'm just I'm just not gonNA There's one thing we've told you you don't touch everything don't have touch over there. You don't touch everything somebody's taking the colts game. I am okay. What are you taking your pal? I'm taking their Colt. Plus one this is their season. I mean if there's any ever a time to step up and is now Eddie stats and some things for you. India's five and let me give the people who they're playing. I was getting there. That's on you're on you're right. You're fine no no. That's me. Colts Colts are plus three at Tampa Bay. Being over under forty seven and a half coulter getting fifty eight percent of tickets. It's fifty one percent of the money and fifty six percent tickets to the over seventy one percent. The money over continue. Sorry Colts three to this down to one. I believe now so no. I'm still bill. C three plus open one went up to three. ooh I like plus or even better in Tampa is also oh and five against the spread at home this year. indie pretty salt three one and one on the road. We'll see what happens. But MARLA MAC I believe is back online. I won. I still Yeah I think so I wanted. I wanted to ride the hottest team in the league the Tampa Bay buccaneers because they have easily covered. The last two weeks couldn't do the third week in the row could do. It just feels like one of those weeks. Though it does give India bone. I mean James is writing a little too high to not throw six hundred. This is one of those games. I'm going to take. Hey Craig before game time just because I'm so intrigued on how it's GonNa go thought I'm not going to bet this one. Obviously I don't you know I love the colts. Love them dearly There's there's they're not right right now but you don't have to keep it close no matter what usually early I think it's going to be a close one. I would lean under here okay. I think they're going to just try to run the piss out of the ball and they will be effective whether or not to win the game. I don't know I do like that. They're plus three because they do keep game so close but I'm not going to bet on it if I had to. Eileen the under. Yeah the only thing that scares me there is the Tampa has been a huge over team. This year And they do have a really good defense. I'm afraid like the colts majors. Come out and throw throw it and then I mean you got you got in a few if you want somebody who is GonNa Sling it. James Winston Yeah. Okay I have the JAGS chargers game here. WHO's anyone taken anything on there? I love the Jags in the points. Okay they played better when men shoe came in last game and I just feel like it's going to continue the same. I am taking the over here. You might be my first over of the year to be here for the same reasons how I went through rushing verse passing against the offenses and defenses in Saints in San Francisco or whatever. Did the same here in the offense has the upper hand in every single one of them. So that's why I'm going over. Could be wrong. 'cause he's been under teams this year. I believe chargers but you know what late in the season. I don't think either team cares. Nope and I think when the teams don't care if the offense tends to have the advantage so we're going the over in that game next game I have on the list is is the browns and bengals taken to Yuck nothing. Oh It's Tony I'm taking it. You're really you're on the red rocket. Doc Brown's Shit. Wow I mean I watched this bengals team in person a few weeks ago. They are horrendous. One and eleven is just such despicable. Their bad I mean they got that one loss or that one win and now now they've got there one win they didn't WanNa go completely defeated disease and they're good now. So so you gotta you gotTa let down here for the bengals. If that's even a thing Brown's five percent chance left to make the playoffs. They're not going to but I think I think I think they win. More than seven seven and a half years when I got him at dolphins jets. Who's got that one? It's me it's me again. I liked the under okay. Don't know why just feeling IT I. I love the way I feel. I feel they played barn burner early in the season. These teams Jets defense is far statistics. Actually very good. Did you torch Brotherhood rifle they did. I don't care I'm taking the under. I mean same reason I I could. I could pull up the stats but I have to go and then the last game. I think it's just metoo Titans raiders. What do you think I think? You're on the raiders. Now I'm not really I think I think the raiders are who they we are. I think they're I think they're thinking back down to who they are. They got blown out the last two weeks by the jets and the chiefs. Titans are hot. I'M GONNA ride the hot hand minus two and a half. I know weird stuff happens when you go to Oakland I just I think they said it came out this week. The Jacobs been playing with a fractured shoulder for like ace in cars cars. Become Charlie checked down again. I think car might only play. Half game this raiders. Secondary's horrendous I believe Sean Kaiser's past what's his name for second-string. I saw that news landon. Yes so tight. Just give me the titans there. I think that's all the NFL Games. Do we cover the steelers now. I didn't I didn't send it to me. You said. Oh My ben my bad. I've added that the more I thought about it. I think we're GONNA see a a real collapse with the colonels as I said towards going. They'RE GONNA THEY'RE GONNA go out on a sad sad bad law taught by week too. I mean they've lost five in a row. AAC US questionable. I believe he has not talked to us. I have no information to sell these lists says questionable but I just think man. There's something I know. What you guys say about? The steelers traditionally go out and they lose one out west for no good reason correct but man you got duckie there. There's a lot of young players here that I don't think even fucking remember. This is a normal letdown spot for the steelers. They've done when they've been had very very good teams. They've gone out West or they've lost to teams that they shouldn't to not necessarily out west. It was just raiders last year. Sure but like in in the in the past it's been Tampa Bay it's been it's been bad teams that you just shouldn't lose to them they've done it But I think that's just because they were a really good and they had letdown wings. They can't afford to lose. They can't afford really to lose here. I mean so I I I think I just really like your guys defenseman. And they fly all over the place. They cost turnovers I- duckie's energy. He's not afraid of anything. I mean I think I think you guys are going to win this one handedly hedley handedly hopefully hopefully a hard to staff this morning. I think Mike Tomlin is twenty one in four to the under when they're Road favorites of I don't know when the road favorites he's like twenty one in four to the under. Yeah look to now preface it. I'm not taking the points. I'm taking the money line. Yeah the mice might have been in great under team this year because they have a piss. Poor offense in a great defense So yeah that's that's where we're at for that game beautiful thank you now. That's the NFL. Let's just run through any college picks you have right now. START WITH TONIGHT ORGAN IN UTAH I have. The under both defenses are good. Both defenses are better than the offense is. I believe it went from four fifty one Down to I'm not sure what it is right now. A look at it while you guys are talking but yeah I took the under in this just because I think the defenses are much better than the offenses I got forty six and a half. I know it opened at fifty one What do you guys have on this one? Yeah I'm leaning under to. Utah's got a great rush defense defense all around really. I'm in then Oregon's going to have to keep him out of the they wanNA stay in it. It's now down to forty five and a half open and fifty was a lot of sharp money coming on the under You're on the DACHSHUND legged Oregon plus to six and a half. They had a slip up a few weeks back but other than that. They've been good all you got. You got anything on an early Oregon here. I think Oregon's hot tomorrow Marwick noon. Big Twelve Baylor in Oklahoma one. I'M GONNA regret this one. Baylor plus split the nine. Oh yeah that's a that's a play for sure is going to be a close game. Baylor just what they give a twenty three points hot. Yeah Baylor's Asia against the spread this year. Oklahoma only five and seven. They've crushed me all season long crush me all season long. I like the first game they barely covered against Houston and then the UCLA and then they've just been fucking fuck team. Anyone in action on the MAC. Because I do central Michigan minded seventy. I'm Ubaid Loves Michigan. Ohio offense stinks. GimMe Central Michigan. Anyone else on that one anything yet. Nine to one against the spread the AH conference is this sunbelt. You'll off yet. Appalachian state the raged Cajun Cages. Plus to six and a half. They did play earlier this year and APPS. They've they've got the best of them but I mean it's tough to rages plus six and a half. Yes Sir do all. They have cashed in all year. Long Eh. UAB Florida Atlantic. I have the under fifty here staying away now. You can have that one. Yeah Yeah I think I think the defense were better than the offense is their big. Sec Game Georgia Lsu. I took the under fifty four and a half is like that. What are you guys taking taking the points? I just think they're offenses St- levels beyond from-from State Farm A- and although Georgia's got the running game they get behind they're gonNA have to start selling in the RNC that favors else you come off the best weekend for them for defense. GimMe Joe I like. LSU Anything on the big ten Wisconsin at Ohio State. I'm not picking against high state and yeah I know like the better. The US like a betting show should all take the plus seventy nine plus sixteen and a half whatever no no no they could blow them amount by thirty nine and three against the spread this year. A Hawaii state has a wagon. Yeah they already blew out Wisconsin. What's going to change their? I believe I missed because I'm not taking taking it. Clemson and Virginia. I would lean glimpse in there because they've just been absolutely they. They started slow but as of late. They've just been blowing the doors off. Everyone yeah I don't bet against them. was there any games that I missed at least since he memphis. I like cincy on that one and the points. Yeah me too. They played a week ago. So they're familiar. You know that that helps. The defense also helps in Cincy last week and they covered up But win the game started was a big moment because I realized their starting quarterback was not playing. Yeah obviously the fuck up here. This was not on any of the research that I did but they they kept a close hold it out so I think it's a I like Hawaii boys the overdose. Yes combined for ninety six points when they played the earlier this year. It's at sixty four. That would be an easy cover if they did that again. It probably won't happen but I'm going to warriors remember. Where is that program grammas say? 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Ep. 47: May 10th - All the weekend action

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Ep. 47: May 10th - All the weekend action

"Yeah. Asking. Good afternoon. This is bro. Bets say podcast four degenerates by degenerates. The number one sports betting podcast on the entire nets. Number y. Agreed. You could follow our action on the action network app. It's a tremendous app. You follow us there. Get action dot app slash Bravo bets. If I wrecked you are correct. Or if you already have it my action dot apps, or if you want follow Todd in digs and just fade the hell out of me guys. I can't hit a bony ass with a banjo right now. I wouldn't good night last night. I would not tell me at this point. I would probably fade me as well. You know, we were hot we were very very hot. We were. And it's been a rough week, but it's Friday to glorious Friday, and we'll be back next week with more winters. Let's talk about our night last night. This is the right side. Sponsored by the right side. Denver first half, plus two and a half. They didn't cover. They were down four at half my bad. I mean one bucket one bucket just one but two free throws one out two free. Throws one bucket to now we my fault. That's okay. Who had the dodgers? Gourmet. Good. What happened there? Whatever their. Well. I mean, I have my first five with Richhill going on the mound. They were down three nothing before you could blink ended up losing the game. Six double. I lost. Both ends of that will. That's I've saying fade Gorman I had was a mere Utah. Who had it Lanta? I five. Yeah. That was me. And it'd be under well the under the under the under head a boy, I had a Lanta I five to win and push. That's okay. It's okay. It's okay. Take a push go. Carolina hurricanes. Boy, I was confident they were there though. Boy there they took some all. And then to yet they got to tower play goals in twenty eight seconds. The Bruins didn't that. After that. It was it Toronto Philly shown up really did to all of our surprises. They didn't crumble that in folded in Dili buying them. Good. We'll talk about that later. And then I believe I had the under I five Oakland and cincy. Call the game ended three nothing. So was never aware. There was never never worry. We make our living on the reds. Okay. Best bets Friday may tenth who do you guys? Got. We're gonna start with Todd McCullough's, then me then forms. Go taught. This is my best bet for today. Give it to me. The Tigers are at Minnesota Detroit. Tigers the Detroit Tigers earn Minnesota. I'm taking the twins. I five money line the twins with a top rated five inning team in the league with a five record of twenty to ten in three and eleven three and two at home. The Tigers five inning record on the road is three ten and four. You do the math that do equal sign. It says right side on the right side of this. Also, the twins are starting Jayco Torrisi foreign to two point seven eight Yara. I'm very. Confident in this bet. That's why it is my best bet for today. Todd. I am going to go with the Golden State Warriors a whole getting seven points. They're getting seven points on everyone's worried about KDB now, guess what? Golden State Warriors twenty nine and four without Kevin Durant and his career and Golden State. I'm not worried with no Kate. The definitely not worried about them losing by more than seven. Give me the Golden State Warriors tonight gorham SCO T-Bone, you know, when you're hungry. What do you do boys you eat? And that's what I'm going to do tonight. I need to eat, and I need food quick that that drive through fast food delivery is happening in Houston tonight, Houston, I am. And I need a win ver- Lander on the mound at home against the Rangers. The lowly Rangers the the minus two hundred I understand it's not a big moneymaker. You gotta put up a lot to win a little. But I need a guaranteed win. I'm sticking with ver- Lander. All right. I mean, what happened when you pick? Picked Houston last week. I'm sorry. When you picked Houston the Tony today's at different different day. And that's that's the shell today is different day. You like the bullpen. You like the stick everything about when we win the better team. All right. Let's move on to the NBA. I had already said I like Golden State tonight, boys. Tell me if I'm right or wrong. Someone told me I'll go I I love it. Tony I like that you're getting I love the twenty nine and four stat that you gave us with Katie out of the lineup. Whether you like it or not Houston. You are a good team. But you are facing a buzzsaw even without Kevin Durant. More shots. Go up for Steph curry more shots, go up for for for clay Klay. Thompson has well as Draymond green gets in this. And the only thing is the big man in the middle. It's kind of scares me a little bit because you got they have no depth. They have no no bench. But sharpshooters tonight and seven points. I just don't see a blow out happening tonight. I like Houston win a game. Keep a close though, Golden State. Plus, I mean, the warriors are. Are different team than what they were a couple years ago, but a couple years ago, they also did not have Kevin Durant. They also didn't have boogie cousins. But I mean Livingston was younger Igwe was little younger. They had more depth stuff like that. But I still think seven and a half is a lot of points. Todd. It's scary. It's a scary amount of points. We'll say this. I mean, a couple of things that do concern me about that bad is Steve Kerr is two and five against spread. When he's the underdog by five or more points. Majority of the spread tickets are on the warriors as underdogs fifty four percent on spreads inkers era. Golden State was one in five against the spread. When getting fifty percent or more of the bets as an underdog just a couple of concerning things. I do however think this is too many points to not take the I mean, they're very capable team without him just allows other people to shine the very good at that not the deepest bench. I think they can make this a close game. But I am going to go. Personally with the under two fourteen in the forty games without Durant since joined the warriors the under is twenty seven and thirteen when Durant is out and curry is in when you have that combination working for you the under is twenty three and ten seventy percent. Oh, that's a good game. Whenever there and they cover the under the total by a payer's. Here's a little fun facts. If you wanna watch this game and find out if you're gonna win believe it or not, I'm telling you, boys. It goes by Shaun Livingston. I know it always does it really does if he is playing. Well, you're in this and that plus seven is huge. If Livingston is again bench to speak up. So he would all it would all the same thing. I can almost say the same thing that I am for lewiston. But they need quality minutes out of these guys if they're cold look out, it doesn't look good. If they're in the game and stay in their both those players. We got something I'm taking the seven and a half. Okay. Now, if the rockets Windsor night we have three game sevens. On Sundays three-game sevens on Sunday. Let's talk about the to their definite definitely happening on Sunday. Sixers go up to Toronto Sixers or six point dogs. Do you guys have any feelings here? I'm taking Toronto. I'm taking a better team. I understand what happened last night. I get it. It wasn't Philadelphia and beat played. Well, ben. Simmons played out of his mind gin stuff from the bench. I get it. But they are going up against Leonard who has had an incredible playoff series and ride that horse get this win. I am taking them to cover the six and a half points at home against against philli. I was initially. Here's my concern with that is calling them the better team after watching last night. I have some concerns about how fucking pumped Phileas right after Joel Embiid finally made an impact not that he's a scoring impact. But he finally was that that presence that they needed inside to open things up for guys in the perimeter. And they fucking drained the fuck out of threes. When that happened. I look for that Trinite continue unless saying they're going to win. But it was six points. I lean toward the seventy Sixers with the points. Jimmy, Jimmy Butler, also played very good point. He's been the one. Consistent or sorry. All series all euro series. Whatever I may lean the under here under the two nine. Game seven bought holds your and be a little tight little bit pucker little bit puckered. But then and then both of these teams when they wanna play defense. They are very very good defensive teams both of them. And I soon they're both gonna wanna play defense in a game seven with the with the assholes puckered. I might lean the under here the under two nine. So that's my thoughts on that game. And then the other game seven is the Portland trailblazers also getting six at the Denver Nuggets. What do we have their boys? I take the over to twelve and a half things where it's at right now. I mean over his hit the last four games the last four it has hit just no reason to believe the is going to be there. That's low to the over has hit nine out of ten times in their games this year there were. Yeah. Nine out of ten one of the games was four over time that went over one hundred but still eight to hell of a number for for this for these teams. I'm also going to go with the over on that game. Gorge? You like Portland are. You are I'm going with the team. I'm going Daimler who's been there. Mccombs playing out of his mind. You're good squad your good outfit and a good franchise Denver. But you got a lot of young blood on that team guys that haven't been in this position before Portland also not many times in this position. But more so than them. I'm taking bigshot Dame Lillard, I'm taking them to cover. Yeah. I'm not gonna touch like the actual game as far just the total because in a game. Like this in a game seven Dame could go off for forty five. Who knows CJ McCollum was incredible last game. If if those two combined for fifty they probably will then Portland definitely has a decent chance. But it's a fucking coin flip as far as I'm concerned as who's gonna actually win the game. So Todd, and I both going over there. I'm going and Gorms is taking Portland I'm going under in seventy Sixers and raptors scored going raptors and Todd is taking Sixers plus the points. Correct. All right. So those are those are Sunday's games. And then we have. Game tomorrow and Sunday in the NHL blues at sharks open their series. I love the sharks. Yeah. I love the blues. Oh, do you. Oh, why just raw team on the road tough place to play up in San Jose, Saint Louis somehow find ways to win and they're playing incredible on the road. I think it's one of those games where I called it last night. I was wrong. But I'm gonna flip. It again, bro. Team gets the win opens up the series with that important one Ovik Arcturus oleo much town. They do so much talent. And that's that's what I'm gonna I own here. And then Todd you have anything on that game. I do not M B and then on Sunday Carolina Boston game to do. You wanna make pick for this? Yeah. Why not just take Boston? They proved it last night at Carolina. I'm not done with you. It's seven game series bunch of jerks, but you're playing a Boston rathers playing to almond to take the homes. All right. All right. Let's go to the MLB last board of the day. I will start. We'll go around the room like brewers cubs under four for the first five. What are you? Good. Call baby. Have better reasoning for me, then me, but I read an article the very beginning season one as the season goes on when you get good teams playing each other lean to the under because they are good teams. So they're not gonna make mistakes they have better pitching stuff like that. So always lean to the underwent to good teams are playing. These teams are coming. Are the cubs are nine and one in the last ten brewers are eight into GIO Gonzalez as a two point six one Yara Jose cantata has three point four yards. So I'm going with the first five under in that. Todd. What do you three simple reasons Clinton on the hill? He's got a one point eight Yara at Wrigley hole with GIO Gonzalez. Starting news good lefty with a two point six one era. Like you mentioned the cubs. Also having to be the second worst hitting team in the league against lefties, and we have a seven mile an hour wind blowing straight in play at Wrigley. That's a big fuck. Yes. Chilly, boys. Chilly. Chilly degrees. Those bats do. Not like the cold weather. Joe boot is not like the cold weather. It's right. What are you getting baseball? You heard my Astros pick. Okay. That's a lie. I don't want this one in the in the Cup of coffee. Parlay? Adele, you know, but I'm playing this bat, and it's and it's fun. So please listen. Okay. I love Seattle at the Red Sox. Okay. And here's what I love about. It not picking the winner of the game. But it is chilly as well. Another chilly night the under over his ten there. I was looking at their games. They've had a lot of overs about six on the last ten for both of them. I'm flipping the switch Todd. I need a win. I'm going under ten runs in the cold cold chilly air tonight in Boston is Seattle Boston under ten Jasa feel like Seattle starting to play better since the the incidental appearance. The accidental appearance of the Starbucks Cup in. I don't think is coincident. I don't. So possibly like I said don't throw that in Tony. That's just me. Trying trying to beat mother baseball, which is awful tough. Got it. My second pick here. I am going to go reds giants. Go under I five Louis Custodio on the mound who has been unbelievable. This year one point nine ERA. Verse the giants who cannot they cannot hit the reds have been batting better recently. But they're still in the in the bottom ten of the league in batting. So I'm just gonna go with the first five hundred four here in this in this. Tony, we are so simplistic, oh, right? Really are so insane with our brains. Not because I also took the only thing I would add to that. The giants are like the one of the worst teams in the first five innings. I mean, they only average one point five eight runs, and they they still have not scored in the in the first inning. They still have not scored a diverse sitting on the road. So we're simple to go. So far, I got one more. I got I love these under. I I don't know. Why I do? I just it just something. One. I don't have to wait seven hours. Yeah. My last one is an incredible pitching matchup Youngson race under. I five hundred four Tyler glass now on the mound for the race. He's six with a one point four seven Yara going against the Yankees. And Mingo Gorman has you buddy doesn't right? Also six and one with a two point three five Yara under four I five lock it. Don't lock it up. That's not a word we use here anymore. Go look at good bedded up. Banded together. I do not well as dry. All right. Awesome. So I'm going there. And then maybe maybe a little bit of a lean here. Don't go to crazy in the water lean a toe in the water lean Los Angeles angels. Baltimore orioles. Both starting pitchers your as are over seven. Oh. The reason why I'm not fully in on it the over under I five six the over under for the games eleven those are both very high numbers even though pitchers are over seven for their ER as I was the game. It's in Baltimore believe if I'm if I remember correctly chilly night up there, boys. All I'm saying, what are you fucking weatherman? I mean, all of a sudden, I mean, we got this cold cold spell gonna if it's forty degrees up there balls aren't flying. I think I like the angels for ten runs just by themselves. I think you're fine. Okay. Well, maybe my towel becomes a full leg. Why not know? All right. So let's get into our Cup of coffee. Minnesota twins. I five from Todd hot team. Bingo. Golden State Warriors warriors plus seven and a half to many points. Houston, Astros, minus two seventy five as Golden State Warriors. Houston Rockets under to fourteen Milwaukee Brewers Chicago Cubs first five under God and myself giants reds. I live under from Todd and myself Yankees race. I five under from walk. Okay. Five dollars to win two hundred eighty five guys. It's better than a sharp. Stick. Sharp fucking state knee. I mean, it's well it's better than sharp. Stick in the is the old saying, and yeah, I'm saying five bucks to win two eighty five. That's better than sharp St. stick. I don't care shake a stick at me. Roll the dice. Well, before we roll the dice. Tony if I may little bird landed on my shoulder earlier this morning, instead our good friend, Toni T bone, our friend over there. Maybe hitting a casino this weekend. I'm not gonna say where where which one nothing like that. But you go in what you're game T-Bone of crap sky. Yeah. Yeah. Straight out. We're gonna roll the dice. And here's what I say. Covered the rules yet. Okay. I said we modify a little bit. All right there. I think the percentage is a little too high for just rolling. Okay. Okay. All right. So for this to be very meaningful. I used to play a game with my cousin news dice baseball in dice baseball. When you roll the hard eight or two fours. It was a home run. Bring yo I say if we hit a hard eight that's a guaranteed. It's Cowboys win for the Cup of day. So we. So we are five and three isn't doing anything. Aria software. Oh. Slop, slop diets naughty, you went back to back to the dugout got himself new bat little crafts tip little craps luck tip. If the dice does fly off the table Haley humidity, I l same dice. Yeah. Same same. Here. We go boys. Ready same dice aids coming. Well, we got a three two boys. That's all right. I see what that's a good number into adds to five five to win two eighty five five today. What day the weakest today the fifth day of the whiff thing? Hello everyone. Must you? Start your calendar on be safe this weekend a great weekend. I don't like people that do that. Good luck. Pay him. Paid that men his money.

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Ep. 100.5 - White Claw Shortage

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Ep. 100.5 - White Claw Shortage

"Felt nome out the answer your biggest go out the office. That's why I was so surprised. He was all about zero didn't even have dinner last night. You think turned down for Manny. Leo What's the city fucking was not ended in real life or the movie the movie movie Admiral Life Realize yes now in the car off. I don't fucking thing yet. No got thing I learned from a cold front only missionary then ooh level my law radio look at ninety rental we GEICO welcome heartland radio two point. Oh Big Day here in the office huge <hes>. You're listening this on Monday morning so let me just tell you this if it happens between the hours of ten. AM In noon Eastern Standard Time you need to stop pause this. You can come back to it afterward. Go to to whatever radio station in your area is broadcasting the PAT McAfee show if you're in Indianapolis. I know it's fourteen thirty. Am I can't help you in the other cities released graphics on it. We have released information forty cities. It's eight auto radio. You're not those forty cities. I believe you can listen on the tune in APP you can you can listen on the tune. Dan You can buy the tune in APP and subscribe to that. You can find it. I think via whatever stations were listed on their first month's free as well yeah first month's it's free and then zone you can get to the zone. APP The video rights reserved by them to the shows shown them video format on there. If you can watch if you can you'RE GONNA WANNA watch and you're going to see the new studio. Olds Glory looks incredible. He's been working day and night for the past two weeks to get that thing ready right and I and I believe Pat tweeted are linked to that. which is the best way to go subscribe desert? You definitely WANNA use his link to go in there. Yes I believe for the first week or so. It's also going to be live streamed on social twitter to follow spells pals right now and you're in a panic. You can't find it. Well you know how to get the pats social media correct. Get on there and watch it that way. You gotTA check out the new studio. Even imagine what you well not gonNA. Have anything probably sports play sports football. I think that's safe sound yeah some things that happened lately lately probably notably what Leo was doing with Kate winslet well. I wouldn't rule it out though second hour fodder. It's not like we always I stick to format sure we want around a little bit in the present. Which is your past? Our office is a buzzing. There's like what do you think forty some does zone employee representatives from Westwood. One here engineering side making sure everything's working right well. It'll be test runs going to rehearsals making sure everything. Everything works right. We'll work right right now in in your present. I don't know if it's working right hopefully hopefully but another mike will be on and we'll be talking. I mean they they put put Zito foxy and tie through the ringer yesterday trying to learn equipment because it is nice new and fancy Dan. That's a space to be. Some of. It doesn't look easy to use is boys. Was it back I mean I didn't do much video stuff but it is. It's full on cockpit. Foxy foxy and Zita set their fucking telemetry. Yeah it's wild but it looks walking. Incredible scene opposed thirteen and three astronauts. It's kind of like what your control rooms like. You're in there for like I man when the it could be like ipad would they were in the cockpit to the test and then don't you. Dan in the cockpit caught on fire Yup there. It is because it's too fucking hit. The hardest part of watching you guys do that was not watching because I wanted to go in there and I wanna see how it all worked but I knew in digs. You know this if we walked in all my God Zito was and couldn't pay attention what was being taught had to look and see who came in he had asked them questions so we wanted to leave you alone you every time you guys walked. You guys laughed every time yeah if I if I change you're listening to this is the very first time because I'm told they're honest New Year's on us we need to re. We're going to introduce induce everybody just in case you're only check us out now for the first time because you've seen all the media blitz about pets radio show and we're we are people in the background so maybe. Oh you went to the heartland radio for the first time because of that so I'm todd McCullough's. I'm here from Indianapolis. <hes> originally born and raised <hes> we got digs is love your cup. I used to be a cop for longtime. Retired stand up comedian off still do that sometimes digs from Pittsburg Pittsburg Pennsylvania. It was a sales specialist. He was in the average very much at the white collar world of <hes> corporate cells. Yes many different levels and they were actually working for American Express when he correct for about before yeah and they they weren't happy they weren't thrilled. I mean they invested a lot in you. I mean pretty much. They were the raiders pretty much and Nick Moore. Although is here nick also in Pittsburgh. He was also in the corporate world for a long time the network security. It I wish it was network. Security quite handsomely video streaming yeah basically just application support you yeah you know the layman of the IT answering a lot of stupid questions very stupid from intelligent people doctors nurses mind-blowing here. Here's the probably of turn your computer on. That's why the screens dark okay and tie. Mitt from Iowa he worked for HBO FOR AWHILE GOING REVIEWING SCRIPTS couple of months he was turned down or he turned down the chance to go to Harvard and instead went to the University of Iowa Woah. Go Hawks hawks fly baby win this week. Better Education University of Iowa Yeah I think so I mean people. Don't I mean people don't they don't advertise is that they're they're exactly well known anglers well. He was on the on the fishing team days. Thanks for going to say well. I mean well known anglo-saxon member of the baseball team. He goes on to be honest. I don't know what equals sexy US white people white European yeah so it's not easy <hes> <hes> Bubba Gump Beano is here guppy cal Cathcart whatever you wanNA call him by. He's freer actually is a Canadian an citizens. He's here with us now. That was that was quite a journey. He took to get here still not complete very far from doc technically. He's not here here visiting if you're the US listen he's not here. He's doing this remote from Canada. Yeah he's here on vacation. He goes home on the weekends. It would be pretty sweet if there was an ice rate ask ten thirty. He painted giant ships in the shipyards of Vancouver Right Victoria. Do you ever almost die. I almost was electrocuted. One time we we were in a huge man lift yeah and the thing almost closed on a massive electrical wire would have fried us to pieces nice. They don't talk about that now. One Guy did happen to him. Jesus was he was literally dead. Guy On the cruise ship was a doctor came down to talk brought him back to life. Oh man you ever painted northwestern when you see when he came back to life he said why. Did you do that. The <HES> Zito Jose Perez. Let's hear lease of Cuban origin. Actually the parents came from Cuba right. Yes Sir and so you're first generation. American citizens in your country and your family yeah. I belong here the good he did. He worked in the cellular. Technology Industry says something with polls and engineering. I don't read a kickball league softball league for a while that was your major in college erected activities on a cruise ship. Oh Yeah yeah he worked on cruise. Ships basically made sure sure the entire Chicago land area had cellphones basically it was <hes> is from Chicago of course a cubs fan and Bailey McCullough's this year on video. He came from my balls. My son so also here. He worked worked in radio. Before this dropped out of college at my suggestion he was more than that suggested assistance in order early for you to would you have like a free a free semester sweets. I mean you've got to pay rent and eat at a normal fucking place to yeah. Yeah don't have to pay for that so I voted for the job so he stole from radio. He works here. Now has for quite a while and that's it. It's a team were missing. Pat Pat will be here as often as it can. Unfortunately he has other things yesterday. It'll be very busy. Involving the radio. Show is PODCAST <HES> EH. SPN personality is on his playing but he will be here as often as time permits. Okay also also foxy Fox Fox. He's we'll be here from time to time. He has to travel a lot with pat so he may be on the same appearance schedule all as bad as far as this podcast goes but he is our main video person editor. He runs video for the rely radio show. He's from Lansing Michigan Michigan State. Go <hes> yeah great have done away with their pre med program after the scandal. I don't think you'll let doctors come from. I think actually renamed it the Larry Nassar but <hes> yeah he's. He's a kid hard worker. He was late last night learning to his new job so I think he was getting a little extra sleep. Why is it's morning or padding visit sportsbook. Fan Duel sportsbook get some Betson Silla thing working out with fan dough but also so how cool is it. That part of your job is to go to a sportsbook inputting bats. I mean this job does have <hes> unique bonuses. That's a good that that is one of them <hes> yeah so. I think he asked for picks as we see. How does this first round <hes> other than that. This is hardly in radio. This is the regular core group of people and if you don't know if you're going to get to know US real quick we're stupid. We're stupid we will. We do a lot the educating on this show you will learn a lot. It's kind of were very well versed. In the areas of science history mathematics matic's world culture geography mathematics is probably our weakest subject as Square Police Critical C. squared therapy yeah. We got that one and there's a lot more though sometimes why so that's not so she can tell we're like like Mr Rogers absolutely and I'm GonNa tell you this this. This episode is brought to you by our primary sponsor seeking what sieg maybe maybe you don't know what seek is. 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Download the APP and enter the Promo Code heartland and you'll get ten dollars off your first seeking nothing to sneeze at all right we there are a lot of news have been happening. We're on for two weeks. We came back. It was kind of just <hes> hey we're back episodes much wealth going on in the world to catch people apple released the new card right. It's a new credit card. Yeah and it's the worst credit card condemn. It looks cool as hell. It looks great. You can't put it in leather or denim yeah so I don't know where the fuck you are supposed supposed to walk around with it in your mouth like a razor blade prison exactly like what the how do you come up up with a credit card that you can't put a wallet or your genes keeping your prison wold be ridiculous the one hundred dollars wooden case. Oh Yeah you can get the wouldn't case to protect. Oh like a cigar box. That's the case. It's probably larger than anything. You didn't carry in your pocket. It's the dumbest thing in the world. It might be a briefcase but is here's what gripes me is. They made it out of titanium when you tell me that I just assume it's indestructible aw they make airplane parts titanium so your reason you know it'd be different if they came out and they said hey we got this new credit card but you guys be careful with. It's pretty fragile agile. We made out of egg whites to use it sparingly but it's titanium. How does Nick Your Science Guy Tight. It's the lightest lightest durable metal and it's very light. I'm just thinking. Can you slit your wrists with it. When you run up to correct that feasible you could do that with a lot of credit cards. Ah You get the right trust me. I've seen home the Shing Shing Shing knifes commercials and I've seen them cut credit cards and then when those credit cards have been cut their fucking sharper shit yeah who has a better credit card billing. We follow him apple <hes> great question wait. What is what's special about the apple credit card nothing really oh so. It's just a credit no FIO- bank point if you see the commercial for the like. It's not a bank so we need US apple card. Do you get reward award points products for Apple Cabela's credit card every time I use a percent back on a Kabila's person. What's the conversion rate on US in the store. Get Two percents. What's the conversion rate on a what's. The conversion rate of an apple point to assure book is my question. I have no idea but I can't wait to find out I zero you bought it or you got it. I'm w apply for right now. I would assume this is going to do well just because there are so many fucking sheep out there who grabbed and then charge eighty nine ninety nine on apple's new TV as soon as that comes out. I mean it's GONNA listen if they'll give me the card art and a credit limit because nowhere else will right. I think they're looking for people. I think you're right. It looks cool though yeah yeah. I don't know this is the coolest looking credit card ever been. Put Out for sure but you just can't carry it beats. The purpose donors just a credit back to. I don't think it's not a bank good selling point whenever you have more money than any bank yea. I don't know how that works. It can't get robbed. Let me ask you this. Why wouldn't they Apple Act Act. Somehow be incorporated into your phone. It will be well. Here's the thing that's probably what they're thinking. It's really just a figurehead right. Yes because once you get. You don't actually have to use it right. You just need the numbers on it and all that information stored in your phone on your device so the station you pay with with your phone. You can use apple pay anywhere so that is going to sit in your house. Pay With your phone pickups out of my bank account. I never have money my bank account. I needed to come out of a credit card. What is it just deactivated as soon as it goes in your denim pocket. I don't know you know what I mean. It's like it's like Hotel Hotel keys where they get fucked up if they're all demagnetize magnetized no matter what type of situation wait and then you get then you're on. I don't understand the science behind. I expected more out apple. I'll tell you that well. Steve's dead so I know it's going to shit. They're not making any money anymore. Can we talk about you discovering covering traffic all yeah yeah sure so. It's an experience so what happened. I mean he's a he did the super bowl halftime show. He's a highly recognizable figure Titan in the music industry right now and you just found out for new listeners todd save forty forty eight forty eight year old white man from Central Indiana. Yes yeah so I know music from my period. I'm trying to learn music from this period but I've never liked when I was in high school. RAPP was just starting so who was the first rap artist. <hes> ice cube liked him a lot big beastie boys <hes> t which is ironic as ice cube was talking about killing cops on blasted in the police. We're in with everybody in in that group. Did you find out about Travis Scott Johnson with the lady last night. We're eating NACHOS that she made for dinner delicious. Terry Nachos <hes> and then she <hes> what's hold on just cheat on before. Let's raise raise over that is it just is it just cheese adopt better. It's cheese. Earliest black beans some tell you what loss as far as there as far as meals you can eat as vegetarian. NACHOS is probably the best one I bet that ground beef has a pretty good part of the chose though check brisket etc more uh-huh bonus though you know what I mean it is a bonus. It's an IT's a dollar fifty adult. Now I expect it. Every goes off shows for the boys. We live in a Third World country so bonuses expect but yeah so we're sitting there eating and she goes hey documentary community we should watch and it's about Travis Scott and I was like <hes>. Oh my chops guys a drummer. Who is the skateboarder Travis Scott. She was like no no no. He's a rapper and I'm like. There's no rapper snoop travis and she said no oh he's he's. He's the one that has a kid with Kylie. Jenner and I'm like Oh that guy. I was like whatever we listened to him on spotify and I have a pretty big I mean yeah I mean it's like Dick was talking about is beats our great. He has a good voice one. Not every rapper has a good voice which I understand doesn't provide communicate rapper crew but when you have both it's a little extra especially art crew crew gang gang crew show solidarity there for you and the boys. I knew I know in my head that one of the words that I was trying to say was true. I don't know <hes> with the C word was good. It was definitely correct. That's a new word you correct. After cruise cruise brand new word crew are oh you eat your crew in the house. Yeah I love. This is good good time of day for the brain start it is so I listened to it. It's very good so the documentary now a big time documentary on Netflix. It's interesting. It's one of the best Marysville time where you're watching learn absolutely nothing about the guy that is featured on yeah. It's more from much. She said it's more about this fucking Phantom. That's like bizarrely like crazy like the people go absolutely nuts over him girls crying when they seem kind of like Michael Jackson Yeah. That's one of his big time ad libs in every song it is like every every show he has the dudes come up on the stage and just run off and launch themselves into the crowd a big part of it. That's the thing they do it all their show no yeah like they jump off and crowd surf away. I've seen a lot of crowd surfing goat gone wrong recently. I don't think that happened in like the Eighties and Nineties Crowd Surfing. You could trust those dudes to catch you. Whoever's in the crowd. It happened a lot. People people crowds and crowds these days. I I would not trust to jump off stage. Yeah now. It was in my day did have associated mostly punk rock so you either eh like fight. People use punchier by face or you jump in the crowd and get passed around seems like some good options <hes> yeah other now well. It's going to where I saw that a Catholic school in Nashville Tennessee band the Harry Potter Book Sary's because they consulted with their resident exorcist and he said that this opens kind of the Evil Spirit Portal title really open up when you read these books you vulnerable to demons make sense session purposes and I've been saying that forever forever like he would soon as Harry Potter came out possessions going to go away or they were the burning them in the streets it. That's the logical next step. 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It worked with the very first time I did it and then I tried it again and got nothing gave upon it Yeah Alex. I'm probably better now comedy than when I broke that out but it's just a guy thing to do especially <hes> <hes> it's like. Oh Yeah I mean it's the insinuation. All you do is drop a little in you wouldn't know that was the original metoo witchcraft which craft in reverse it what kind of the same effect as the WHO makes this an adaptation not only ruin your life. Many times ended your life right. Yeah you burnt to death or drowned. Yes Oh they drown to doll yeah that was the big thing where <hes> throw in the water and if they drown they're not a witch what if they float yeah with with their hands and feet tied. Oh yeah so it was really. I'm not a witch. You'll be okay to basically if you had you use your witchcraft escape. If you had an ample bosoms <hes> and you floated you were a witch yes yes. It was a very unscientific process in selecting which is it was like look the fire bird skins. She's not protected protected by God. Things are think guy. We've progressed what it to grow up though I know I know I mean but I assume everyone in town wanted to have sex with a witch. Though Oh Yeah Oh yeah they're like these witches brew. What a spell on me. I felt like that's very true statement that you just said. I know everybody wants. You were identified as a witch. All of a sudden didn't she got way better looking than she was. Oh guys is before getting funds gallons of Ale for everybody just like a few years years ago like the girl could have been average but if she was wearing a choker right yeah she went up a couple stumble nauseous digs in Casey Anthony Yeah. She's way up there. You come up during the Pob Bob and you just start you know spin your game. I listen I know witchcraft's a big deal with everybody else around here. I do want you. They try to get back to your place in <hes> you show me your cauldron or your brew sing that again. I put a spell on you. Why clause about what do you mean Sea Popeye's. There's a there's a shortage right now because they're so popular now and demand increased so much supply kinky reason now they're actually like like the distributors are having to ration the retail stores. I don't believe I love all these companies who come up with these new things but they keep running out like they don't expect breath to do the laws have been around for a long time like they should have that manufacturing process this media hype this is propaganda tried to the Popeye trying to raise the price probably know they want people go out and stockpile white claws supply-and-demand hurricanes stores are complaining because a lot of distributors have cut their order and half. They're like they're giving them. Fifty percent of what they have been ordering so they can spread the wealthy et builds up and builds more want. Yes it's perfect. It's beautiful. This is why you want apnea product even if it's true. This is what you want to happen to your point. I get mad when it's not true. This is a great way to pretend irrationally mad when I see people enjoying white clause <hes> because I haven't found my flavor yet doll dude. That is a big part of an at bat. I'm in a bad when you have found your flavor yet. They all tastes like dog. Shit Shit that until you find your flavor flavor going on now I think I I think I've looked it up because this has been like a real thing for me recently looked up best whitecliffe flavors. Everyone's different yeah. I'm I'm guy. I enjoy quite a bit. I also like the Ruby Grapefruit. I hate grapefruit and relist but I what's the I like multiple. Are you going to be my favorite enough to try because I'm a big Ruby Red Grapefruit guy. What do you mean like when you buy in the store would be ready for you like oh. I it looked like the pink grapefruit juice. He's a witch mangoes delicious yeah. I thought mango was good in the second time I tried it tastes like perfume and again Dan. I see this well. There's also a difference between maybe the first time you tried it. You probably had down three already and the Force One tastes pretty good. I think I'm GONNA to start doing with the clause is like do my normal like pound vodka for like three or four drinks than switchover clause. 'cause everything's tastes pretty good now. You just need to have a weekend where you just power our through case. Just go row by row oil the flow. It's required. I think it is acquired because I wasn't a huge fan the first time I had it but then I drank about twelve thirteen more of them. Don't tell you what that next day. I was pretty project. I said there are very situational. Drink to drink into the pool out in the Sun. It tastes great. Gulf drink ultimate Goldberg. Yeah pretty good in the living room as well. It seems like it'd be an incredible shower. Drink as well yeah to drink in the shower yeah yeah I mean it's it's it's refreshing. I mean it's it's not like good like Mike's hard lemonade good. That was early truthfully but that's the problem there. Those tastes better. Obviously it's kind of like <hes> cannot get Margarita. After two. You're kind of sugared out with the white claw aw you can drink beer. You can just go on there so I think it's lighter than beer too. You know you could drink six of those and it doesn't feel it feels like you've drank too. I like beer still like I think men are gift for them because it's taking over the world <music> <hes> but also if that is true there is truly is just. GonNa come in and take take their entire market share will. I've I've ever known it to incentives awesome <hes> last week and I saw a lot of women carrying around the natty light <hes> Seltzer things. I think they're making a play couch. Kits Yeah Yup yeah yeah. It's all about the next level. There's social media shit tied to the White Cloth Bul saying stuff. That's what's he break the law if you drink if you're the first I won the corner the social media market on that on the catch phrases and Shit and then you've won right <hes> I mean I'll drink a thousand clause but you'll never catch me break laws laws media you know Hugh Jackman should be behind why Claus Claus that marketing genius idea running snow. I mean just like imagine okay set the scene here. We're in the woods in Saskatchewan. Maybe maybe maybe in the redwoods. I'm not sure wherever he was acting downed trees the US Canada and out of nowhere I duNNo. Oh a white cloth falling from falling from the tree. Oh yeah that makes sense because I come from trees and then you're like oh no the white claws gonna hit the ground and then you to see three fucking clause go through it and you see the clause lift up in the air and then it pains down to dripping down into wolverines mouth. I think you put them in a bar. Guy Go back to ah this because of the shortage is being we're spit ball. Let's say you're in a bar because of the shortage. They started growing on trees. I don't have to maintain it grows on the data the commercial bar and you have orders the orders of Wyckoff and do she McGee sit next to a starts making fun of him for ordering the white clog being dude and then next thing you know claws rip through this guy's beer tossed to the side and it's Wolverine. I'll have a white claw bub flock there you go maybe goes through. That's what I was gonNA. Say Career spurts everywhere yeah. I liked that better premium cable yeah. I think it's a great. I don't know why they're going. They're going to do it now. Obviously everybody at Whitehall this for sure yeah occurred. Tony's incredible credible spitball hear no bad ideas sponsorship now. I don't know what they're saying yeah. Come on board as well go under <music>. It's I think it's absurd that we haven't had an alcohol sponsorship for this show where we could just sit here in casualty. Drink them on a nice Sunday morning. I think supposed to be honest. We've done a lot of promotion for a lot of different beer companies companies period just by the fact that we participate in it some oh we should make our own beer called here we go. Maybe he's just table that with walgreens why call tree commercial. I think we should do now. This is just spitballing on here on on live podcast. <hes> since we're recording Monday episodes on Sundays now <hes> we do a Sunday funday segment. Oh we should maybe I don't. I don't know what it is. It's GONNA be out. I mean that's that's really more on the bud lights the lights in the world whether they want to step up to the plate granted somebody should yeah so now call company through behind that because if we're going to be on Sundays we might as well drinks because you know what's not great most all not John. Either and I really like champagne. Yeah I get upset when I go to Nice boozy branch and their two options are says or your tomato juice bloody bloody. Mary Bloody Mary Guy and they always leave off a screwdriver. I feel like the screwdrivers should be on the list of bottomless options. screwdrivers words way better than most Kaluwin coffees. A Nice touch sued if you're fucking three year old trying to they don't crush twenty drinks thrown on the weekends. What's what's the driver. Jay was the Tequila one awesome delicious good colors now. I'm not going to sit here and knock Moses like you guys but I do agree. There should be more options available with Kiel Sunrise White Russian. I think we replace the Colusa Cova Caucasian Jackie. Yeah we go. This is what Russia the morning drink. I can't I mean if you're a screwdriver in there you might as well through Irish kaffee no sane human beings drink a screwdriver after five pm but why Russian looks like milk they're delicious and actually just tastes like chocolate if they weren't so if they weren't so so fattening and I have them all the time. I see why people get down with them. Strew Eric Good. I would definitely say that. I don't know what he's watching this figure all of a sudden. What do you mean on this. fucking guy goes to the sweat. Sauna Gym Place only cancelled that asked me miserable to work out it. He's always conscious of it. Means going to stop him from doing it. He just has to declare probably shouldn't drink this. It's extra fatty do anyway. I say not as I do have a point because I was looking at myself on those cameras yesterday. Cheese high definition work like on the tube tighten the Badeah. It's GonNa Affect how we all live because I do the same. Thank sideways a little pooch there. <hes> don't like that because shamed me in the shaving. Yes camera on me. Everyone knows you are just terminable. That's what I was just trying to help you out. One person instead shape it. All the way off problem is when I trimmed up a little fuck it up every time special who's got the time. That's a great point you use your thing is like your beard doesn't go up on your face very like honor the great and honorable and honest. Abe Lincoln yes actually I mean there's nothing wrong with it but when it's trend those beards look extra cool but it's more like Jal wine under the Chin so when it gets long long neck beard beard James I exactly I think there's a limit to the the legal and I get it but I was very comfortable with it and happy with where it was that I know he just needed a negative person in an I come in and get beer. Chand is very unsettling to me. I didn't like it didn't appreciate it. What if you have on those beards though if you keep it to link that is on the side right now but you let it grow a little bit like around your Chin and shaped like a double like the Satan yes always consider the devil. The movies always have not as always has pointed beard not thing Horn third. What is the third one that lines about about Kalsi real think thank four. If you come to tell what about is do you think is the Pitas Shaping award but the hall six months six hundred we gotta get the joker movie. Oh I'm very excited aside. I mean the trailer see. I didn't love the trailer. No I'll be honest. I didn't give it an eight minute standing ovation now. I definitely did not film busboy the Great Reviews Yeah. I think so. I'm just any time something like this. Gets this much hype. It's it's just kind of unsettling keen. Phoenix is the man and I think it's GonNa be awesome but the movie he was fucking robot her yeah Scarlett Johansson was in a lot of what do you think the the best magazine did was. What best movie that he did glad air was the best overall movie yeah he was pretty fucking good and walk. The line has johnny cash. We we read last night was I mean. Mendez looked incredible teddy the famous in the back room glasses playing there's a point in time where I was a big <hes> Eva Guy Mendez Longoria of too fast fierce <hes> <hes> festival. Here's what she come. Oh yes she was tray's use great what she up to. She's buried gosling. They knew they were. I knew this baby daddy but I didn't know they were married. Yeah good for them. <hes> good for him. What a fucking kitchenaid when you look at those kids are going to be gorgeous gift for him. He's not even look into yeah yeah. I'll be honest. It's Canadian doing well Laura honest. I'm a huge gosling guy. I did not like I mean okay. That's fine. I thought it was very slow. It what it was but it was a a bio-pic so it a biopic both ways I just like I got very excited when those dudes burned up in the fuselage or whatever gus come on man that was that was the fucking that was action. Yeah I mean I feel like if you go to the moon. It should be walk didn't grab the rocket redirect not me did you wanted to get out of the spacecraft with like an Uzi and just start talking lane. 'cause we don't watch documentaries. The real world is just not. It's not exciting enough for me. Yeah I mean there wasn't a lot of dialogue either you know and it was kind of slow but the visuals and I I need work. Warburg kitten <hes> fucking half dollar from two miles away. I liked it was slow. I mean it was just but it was about learning more about Neil Armstrong on what he went through on this. If he would have had a Barrett fifty cal they would've shot out the earth and you're giving a+ shiver me. Timbers Shiver me timbers. 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That's also important job is dead but neither none of the three in the air tonight these astronauts involved in the first moon landing could afford the life insurance offered by NASA at that time so what they did was create their own life insurance program by autographing hundreds of photos of themselves while they were in prelaunch launched quarantine and then mailing them to a trusted friend to hold in the event of their death. The friend was instructed to sell the autographed photos if they were to not return from this voyage and give the money to the families. Is this piece of space exploration trivia fact or fiction if you made this up. I'm pretty good. I don't know no false fiction fiction crew. They're back easy. Their fingers were too important to them and you can't developed carpal tunnel autograph and all those pictures a lot of signatures awards her back's going to hurt you do have a lot of buttons to push a rat leverage the pool when you're traveling to the moon and I mean and were they even that famous at that point were they planning on the banking on them. Their death to be believed the actually astronauts then we're very famous but also super-duper famous if you blow up but just from yeah or I think that was the thought I man. I didn't seem like or Neil Neil. They didn't seem like that's where all that type of person. I have the autographs. I got applaud you for this one. This one is racking my brain here but I'm <music>. I'm with digs here. I don't think <hes> Neil would have been that Kinda guy. I think he was very by the book and I could see NASA trying to see he busted. A bus came off. As if it happened was doubly buzzes idea so I'm going fiction okay they did it. They did yeah no. I don't think American American guys guys call him a real asshole. That's basically what that guy did when he ate that right hand <hes> yeah well in the movie didn't see. Neil liked buzz true. That is a very different people for sure. I'm GonNa say facts are just. I don't know all right. I'm going fact two you fictions Bailey. What's fiction the men in the late sixties early seventies fuck about their families or anything like dolls tale. Hey if you watch madman yeah very accurate Jose Bob. I'm going to keep it even the room and we go fact act. Okay Maybe Z. Z. You're thinking they're three facts three fictions. This piece of Space Exploration Trivia is indeed. It was Talki- suckers incredible piece of fucking information provides the life life insurance free free. You know what we're going to if you're agreed to put your life on the line and go to space to better the advancement of the human race then yes free life insurance. They still awesome after when they got back I I would have buzz. Probably you're not gonNA Sudarkasa. Embrace the celebrity more than the other. I believe which is smart now. aaliyah small window still does to this day. Your seasons agreements electric really yeah neal's a weird. I was going to be accurate. I I think always the smartest guy in the room so smart. He has a very normal skills. He didn't seem to have good relations with his kids. Well the one died well yeah. Her daughter destroyed spirit couldn't even imagine that's why you don't have kids. Don't risk. You don't have kids. You don't risk that happened to you. It gets in the way. If you want to achieve does that's why if you want some movies twenty-three years advertise if you watch the movie speed it's a lesson about how what were you want your life to go. Whether you want to be the greatest of all time and achieve Steve Certain level of greatness or you want to be the person who gets blown up because so Jonah Reeves so right jack survive survived the entire thing Johnny Jack he was very much in a more peril than Jeff Daniels was Jeff. Daniels job is only the only time he put himself itself. Imperil was this disarm that bomb and he blew himself up. He has kids here so many other things to worry about back at home like so and so's DNA English the his she's sneaking out in the middle of the night. All these things get in the way of focusing on his job and being truly great got blown up true. That's it if yeah you sold me speed is about that it is it's all about how kids Chris Control Great Film Yeah. I was more a demonstration administration on how to put on your skin. I'm slowly learning. You learn to all your parenting skills. From the movie speed Yeah Great Film. It is eighty bullock. A bus explains. A lie drove him to school every day. Always school bus any bus citybus. Abbas school bus no bus. We're not safe. People attack them. That's bombs on the bottom of that you. I'm trust bus drivers. Throw weird US <hes>. KFC is offering plant-based beyond fried chicken. How we feel about that fuck out of here. They were the last ones to hold on to. We don't give a fuck right. The last is is this Burger King's fault. I think so what does barley snowballing. It's like they're making you eat. Ah I know but I think he he's living with vegetarian. It's just maybe he's being forced to I want to I would just want that one last restaurant to say you. What if you're a vegetarian or your into lifestyle don't come here because it's not on our menu? Was it mean by plant based so normally hey don. Normally it's made out of chicken chicken chicken and now plant based. It's made out of plants those like the oil. Oh so they went with the plant based oil a vegetable vegetable oil that we could go chicken in chicken. The is that really was really trying to fuck me over. I was scrolling through the other day and on twitter and there was a video is like look what happens to baby chickens before they're made into chicken nuggets and I was like no. I don't think so internet because I know if I watched that. Now probably still yeah for sure your your woman your lady. She's usually swayed. She's a vegetarian because she watched a documentary. <music> gone easily swayed. Did you watch this present an opinion there. She's sucks right in Giambi's right into. Did you watch that. Same documenter said you watch the same documentary. It's not going to sway me. Though you know what I mean just don't need. We all know how it happens. There's no need to watch how it happened. Well this. This is one that basically says anytime you eat meat you die of cancer. He Causes Cancer. If you eat it you're going to die of cancer. Everything cancer and she's like well. I'm going to stop eating meetings this cancer. I'm like your fucking medical professional. I'm a nurse by trade. You're educated in this field and you think I think the meat eating meat causes cancer. Come on I decided white meat when you hear stories of Dudes who are incredible shape like they fuck and run everything and it dropped dead of a heart attack who gives a fuck man nothing works. Let's live your life. I'm saying you can get a group of doctors. Say anything out of them for sure you give Emma Spotlights and say whatever you want. Hey you want to work on a grant for the next ten years. This is what you need to say. He's got to find the right ones. Give an opinion. They'll suck it. I'm trying to get sucked into it all right. Let's break into the downhill stretch here. We're in the final stretch of this podcast episode like we always answered the questions. I I got a question before. We get to listener questions so this is what we call. I WanNa Know WanNa on this way. Better cocky suckers Tucker's. Why are we mad at him because they wouldn't do a bunch of stuff for us for free wouldn't let taught into their concert took me in. They didn't perform it was raining all right. Come on to do stuff running either a little bit of rain and people here waiting waiting here for two hours just do the day. I was used like <hes> when it rain while swimming. That is a nice feeling this auty wet. Nobody's like he's in college. It rained wouldn't go to class or any type of weather haw show them speaks to the things you you do in the water as well. What do you mean pushy anyway. I know I know you're new here but we're past that it has been known to shit in a river. Oh that's what we're talking somebody. Somebody wanted to explore issues to walk into the river. Take you'd walk out the first day. I know vase what we sleep day. That's thanks Gustav. poop down comforter. I I'm on board by the way when my so we have three regina dogs in our house and recently revisited by two other giant dogs that are owned by my girlfriend's mom. She was Outta town. GonNa funeral boom. We keep to her. Two giant dogs. Now at five giant does for us. We don't sleep in the bed. At least that's one thing we've put off limits especially of new bed. It's all white all white sheets a comforter comforter deve the two MOMS dogs refused to not be in the bed or they'll just keep you up online like they won't lay down understand by the by making noise and Great Danes have this innate thing. They have this thing with their ears that they do. They know they can wake you up from any states of sleep at any given time if they want where they shake their head real fast and their ears and it is so fucking loud whipping so fast like that like you cannot not sleep through it so they're like what is this on so finally let him in the bed and I don't know what they do when they sleep but somehow like arrestees stain oozes from both ends of their bodies almost like chewing leaned tobacco falsely with it fell asleep with them but they didn't. They don't chew tobacco. I've seen them but somehow somehow orangey stains all over the white confident and I'm a son done yeah. That's fucking disgusting. Yeah it is so she had to wash everything but that's what she gets so I wanNA know cereal company. Hi TV recently offered Patrick Mahomes own cereal. We have a box of it here in the office. He named it mahomes magic crunch which is the worst terrible the worst surreal real name of all time mahomes magic ranch any basically told them to make it look and taste like frosted flakes. Kellogg's are post which are unreal cereal companies offered you your own cereal. What would you name it. And what kind of cereal would it be all right. Here's they were doing <hes>. I love frosted flakes and my favorite frosted flakes are when you add sliced banana. What's what is it with banana milk just delicious great in that vein. I want to produce a cereal called fat stacks slap jax which is basically a frosted flake shaped like a pancake with cut up bananas already in there what the survey wasn't sweet enough for you already. It was not so we're doing cakes. Ah We're putting Jack Johnson on the cover of the box bill Burr. Have you ever heard that it's great also big Jack Johnson Fan the <hes> I would expected you. Go something like with your own branding. This would have been a few it. Put your face on it and all that stuff something like candy coated like they look like Xanax. The annex pills pretty cool. Actually I thought you were going to go that route a much more than I knew that Jack Johnson's a much larger brandon me assure so I I want to sell some Goddamn cereal a guy I like it. How about you mine. <hes> I just decided to combine ferdie pebbles tricks and fruit loops you do the same thing never mind and it just this magical. Ferdie combination lever and it's sprinkled gold with Atarot so like its`perfectly going in the morning. Yes perfect focused and <hes> I. I'll be honest with you. I I've thought on this long hard this morning. Couple come up with the name. No name and I just couldn't do it so the theme is fruit freebase things in there's how about the fruity focused now to focus flakes those. I don't like the flakes all right. We'll leave the team that always looked to healthy fruity focus crunch. nope. Damn it pretty focused works. Pretty focus pretty focused. I like it all right <hes> so no mine are going to be. They're going to just like cocoa. puffs com chow bombs. It's basically going to be like remember that. SNL L. skit where they have the <hes> colon blow. That's going to be eatable that and then you just a go drop mudcake taste delicious yeah. I love shop not much better than a nice job in the morning. Sometimes I'll wake up five. AM thrown in just kind of start the process. I'm GONNA do a combo of Hershey's cookies and cream and reese's peanut butter cups <music> favorite chocolate bars good a call the REC- highway well. That's a good one. I like it a lot. I give that that month on shelves upon Bailey Mines called rooting certain Tuten Red Bulls and it's just something that kind of berry flavored but not really great and you kind of just get through it to energy has enough caffeine gene and sugar to just eat through your stomach after a couple of months. You know what I drink them out of necessity not because I I want to Nice. It's it's you drink coffee no coffee. We'll make me shit on the media and very violently can't do a lot of coffee and if I didn't I would be in the same also would have to have some kind of caffeine drink out of necessity also mixing Sean coffey. Oh Yeah I know I'm not a good idea if I can rip Ripa Dart in there to Bob. Let's import living. I think we should start smoking again. I think we should bring it back. There's nothing that hadn't outside for. Nice smoke break until it's twenty seven degrees outside but keeps you warm. I mean people you look so cool when you smoke a cigarette the right way it's it's yeah. There's nothing to make more cool than ripping <unk>. How did you yeah you smell like. Shit but you look awesome yeah. Did you know thanks when when you're done with your six <hes> did you do the flick or did you fucking throw it. How did you get somewhere. I don't carry hits the ground and do the flick this the clock aw that's cool wait and watch it. It's like it's like one of those rounds that light up at night incendiary Scindia rooms but tracer. It looks like a trade. uh-huh skip flicked always a I like to throw the Razor Ramon I I some. NFL smoked you smoke the Cigarette Cup in your hand so it's hard to see and if you're like Vance level is when you have to pocket it because there's nowhere to throw it what your the way you pinch it just above the filter the bottom of tobacco yeah and you just flick it real hard until the cherry is gone no heat in your stuff the Button you're punking cherries military wave smoking cigarettes because you can never let it go camping lights yeah yeah all right. <hes> WHO's next see. I think my called bust and nuts. You know it's so basically it's a it's a berry nut that has berry in it and once it hits the milk change the color. Oh I like that. That's all I have so far. What's the flavor fruity it can be kind of salty. I'm going to be called here. We go kind of like a mixture. They're going to be about the size of consistency of a fruit loop applejack but he twenty. It'd be flavor of a donut die like so it's GonNa be chocolate. Cake don't simple glazed donut and the strawberry cake so those three combined together neopolitan theme and yeah. They're going to be awesome. I Love Dogs Zero early in this episode. We're trying to name. A beer goes uh-huh every morning with a big bowl of here we go. Maybe here we go. Oh too much your tagline good morning America <music> long intro listen guys. LSU THEY WANNA big game against taxes this past weekend okay but here's a game. You can't win credit card debt. Tony knows better than most nowadays. They include a little break down talk to show you how only paying the minimum payments means. You'll be paying it off for decades. That's right decades long. 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Jump all that is pretty cool Canadian because that's just you would be the cool scandal planet right. He would always have that story eighties. You would be no one. No one can ever accuse you nothing cool. I want to jump the Grand Canyon a motorcycle so your story Sucks Travis. Pastrana is super super cool but when he did that like this last year he did. He set the longest jumper. Whatever on a heavy back jump over CAESARS or something yeah. He's also knocking to be able to walk when he's like forty five on on heavy bike it's true it was not very impressive. He's too good to good. It was too easy. It's not a good performer and I got nauseous in the in the God damn bikes now so I mean it's a lot easier evil. I mean he was jumping jumping over that with the sixty himself jumping heavy box my God damn did the American Komo anyone else yeah I had <hes>. I want to break the record for most time spent in bed watching TV. It's a good life I thought of what I could actually actually do. <hes> and I think Dana ble something attainable. I'm never gonNA jump a motorcycle <hes>. I don't even know how to start one to be honest with you. I what I do do it but I definitely I figured too. I'm very scared of heights so I do that. Fear Heights Oh and only want one jump and I want to make a living just and I couldn't get on the roof the other day. We're to turns out that the older you get the more scared of things you get so when he was halfway up the ladder we did used to work for his place called Hooper roofing and Pittsburgh and worked downtown. We're flat roofers and you so you had to put up the ladder in alleys and they're pretty much fucking straight up and down because you know there were like four footers couldn't get up twenty. I got ten feet up and it was like Nah I. I don't think this is for me. I mean it's it's a real thing though it's like around when you turn thirty changes with your equilibrium and your balance and coordination all just go to Shit Shiite and then you've got to be extra fucking careful with everything you do ten you also smarter about consequences to Bailey's as well you so you figure out your mortality and you start to fear it. Yeah absolutely some shit you like. I don't want to do that again. Wendy no no but the ladder so tall that when you got about near the halfway point been dean in the middle started leaning backwards and normally there's someone at the top holding ladder so it does not fall backwards right the brave goes up first and this dude fucking fashioned it with a fucking and Bungee cord from one thousand nine hundred thirty doggy. You guys can stay out of there if you want and not only that. We didn't look like he had much to live for looking enough. I'm like the worst part is getting back on the ladder from the way I was. GonNa say back down to find that wrong. What did you find that wrong. All gotten no for me me. I'm not afraid to admit that I am a much different human being today that I was a few years ago to sat life. This is jumping off bridges. Yes Shit. I think it's still do that. As long as there's water big. Joe Buff Softened Water Guy Yeah me anymore. My Buddy did it. We see there's this place. LICEU east go where you cliff dive off there and he did like a try to do a double flip <hes> one and a half wack fucked up. He's back for life. Fuck DOC in half gainer. He was like twenty five at the time fucked for life. That's what we're trying to do. Too flips the world record right. I WANNA be the guy who shoots the most dear in the fucking face on the planet. It's I hate deer. There are massive nuisance. They serve no goddamn purpose. I want to take them all out square in the face. I don't care about mounting the Milwaukee. I will mount them on the wall actually but I wanNA giant cavity blown face from my gun so this is has to do with your hatred nothing to do with like you just want to hang out with. Ted nugent a lot. No no of it I mean Ted was cool longtime ago. We're past that now. I just have a vendetta against these dear. They fuck up cars that shit in your yard the they're terrible. There's way too many of them and delicious to eat so I mean I it's. It's a win win win win win. It's delicious especially the Jerky fucking dear jerky. He'll hard to beat. It's helping or chatter stuff inside their jaws age. <hes> <hes>. I think I would want to set the land speed record at crazy. The little girl that was on mythbusters just died trying to do it again break. Her own record two crashed but it makes it even better. I think I would want to do it in like a soapbox. Derby car launched me out of something. That'd be a pretty cool record to having. How did she pass? Vertigo trying to say I know but run into the side of a mountain or did it blow up side of Mount. Not I try to talk Clayton. Wings out slammed into aside spare cater avenue every time I see that they're in the middle of the desert. How would it get so. Why would you assume it was the mountain I would imagine that maybe a wheel fell off? It was like immediately veered direct Le Plateau when you're going about three hundred and seventy five miles an hour it gets a little talks cactus one mile an hour crosswinds and you might as well be fucked seventy five miles an hour. It was probably a CACTUS. We've got a bank. That's why they lost member rocket skates you ever seen those old like video. Yo turns out her to stop. It is hard to stop especially our sides. Ice Skates and roller blades are very hard to stop for sure Jeff Stoppers stoppers off you real astle. You'll have to stop this fucking nerve sweet elbow pads. Tell Your Mama be over later. I'll be what I would do ugliness soccer ball just because I feel like it's something you would try and you probably hold onto the record for a long time people ever. That's definitely world record. Somebody's got that nobody would try. I feel like it'd be so many juggles that nobody we. WanNa try it. I think you soccer guys. I think it'd be the first thing they go for a book. Yoga sociable all go fuck myself five hundred fifty eight record five hundred fifty eight while we did. That's definitely beatable. I thought it was even I could. I would get like ours like four hours of constant yeah. I would've thought the same thing that makes thanks fuck able to do that. I know five fifty eight seems attainable. Think about how you take two thousand then I think maybe not very many people try oy fifty nine but I just thought that up. You should start practicing right now. We'll get the here nick control too. I got about all three in me and three record breaking. I want someone fire me out of a cannon. The furthest anyone's ever been fired out of again. What are you laying in. Probably nothing thing water at that point. If I take me out oh I was wondering to land in one of those circuits. That would be awesome. I think it's the way to break your neck trying to tell us something bill. There's those ones now that are like super technologically advanced that they land in there like one hundred yards in the air yeah and then you almost hit the ground but you don't grow a pair pair shooter who just looking gaming real hot the other. Oh Yeah on the Lake Oh yeah and his his body got bounced like he probably set the world record for matter skips or for human body. He's destroyed right yeah guys as in peace in real hot for sure that was that was rough and the water was very deep people waiting and I'm like why don't you go. Further out does not even have much control followed pretty quickly so many things that have just jumping heights. That's the thing Zito so. I thought it was a lot and I think I would want to be the fastest. <hes> potato sack racer in good goal. Good goal is because your body's shape like a sack of potatoes. It'd be the first one respect. Nobody GonNa stop me now. They're going to own all the company picnics you've ever done for data second midland in Maitland zito soccer incredibly powerful legs of your built for you never know you might be the fastest potatoes for the whole jumping. Bert cavs walked him. I told you we're looking at me now. Question the number two question number two todd you guys have a lot of listeners truck drivers every truck driver takes pride pride in their CB handle so if you were a truck driver what would your what would you want your CB handle to be. Here's how we're doing okay so CBS generator on the Internet. Use Your initials. Oh yeah if your initials are like bg then then you picked like Berry Grossman for example okay then you think you would take a word the starts would be and then word starts with G. and that you see handle it also represents you because your initials but I'm glad you're explain that to me now through your ties. It's actually in the text message I sent. When did you send it. <hes> last night. Wedding hammered not my problem well. I'll give you my original one. Okay then go around the room and I think okay. My original was big. Daddy Lizard Sucking everybody off you out there. I'm the big daddy of. We've got to suck a couple back. Sometimes you really just want the feel of a good beard. Are there a lot of cops for cops we we have. We have the we call them. hostal holster sniffers girls that like cops yeah badge bunny what do they just hang out and doughnut shops and wait for you to walk it or they just hang out doughnut holes. That's a good one too. Sometimes they get jobs. Police departments of civilians Mr Sniff I. I like them. Forget one. Oh there. It is eleven pm. Hey Nick what's your should be handled. NACHO mystery story love nachos likely mysterious Nacho Mister. That's a good one. I is it. I don't think it's that good but it's what came to my mind. I think it's good it's kind of like a modern to the initials kinda handcuff you know just in general. I won for. FM as Foreign Kate Mothers Frank Merle fucking Guy Four K. oh yeah I'm I'm doing without one good work gator. We forgot you're actually FM and not be too. I got got what you soon gopher. Tantalizing Dragon only externalised unless dragging electric Schmidt so I understand what the rules were pretty much going to the family of Dale Earnhardt and I'm I'm asking for the intimidator handle and if I can't have it guess what I'm not driving obviously go up kings chariot whoo ooh oh it's fair majestic very royal Israel Canada you. Thank you making sure ah years on I also. I also like large marge if we weren't using initials yeah. She's a famous trucker. <hes> big adventures could've been king in Canada food so good. Wow really missed on that. Do you know them fucking questions. We know he hates Canada too. So what's yours. I got barely manly Warringah anytime. I get called by Robocaller. Hello Ma'am oh it barely Manley dusty zesty Israel cocky soccer. I went with trailer made because I will present the first six years of my life in a trailer m. a. d. e. R. M. A. I. D. Yeah that's true. I suck addict now trailer made. Mad Look like I was born of a trailer. It's my roots. tailor-made is like yeah you know. There's never going to advertise on craigslist specifically a trailer made and clean streets business a lot of phone calls. Oh yeah exactly I specialized cleaning trailers well. We don't clean our trailer all right. It's been fun episode. You guys <hes>. The the live show about the life of the Pat McAfee show you gotta find how to consume it. 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Ep. 52: May 17th - Preakness Special

Bro Bro Bro Bets

19:54 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 52: May 17th - Preakness Special

"Are we on how has this thing on? Happy fucking Friday. Gabler les? This is bro bets a podcast four degenerates by degenerates, the number one gambling podcast in the world worldwide. Tony, amen. Amen. It's only going to be better. We were just gifted from the sports action network access to their labs, so we can create our own model so scientists things like that. So, so with a big shot to them. Thank you. Accent, all weekend, Creighton fucking models on every everything from empires to whether to coach to stadium, every everything everything in their shutout to the action network. Yes. Action. John's that what we do on and get in there. We'll probably do a little video with that. I wouldn't be surprised. So we've got a big big show here today. We got NBA playoffs and shell playoffs. The Preakness we still got a little little major action happening in golf PJ. Manny we're gonna run through all those before we go. We do got him. You know, you know, me I like to just I liked it the brakes for a second. Hit the brake. You know, I'm Todd great Tony great love doing the show. But I I'm just telling me from wrong. Okay. Have you ever seen? Tony's hair. Look, this good look at this man, it's, it's really great. Look out of this, the beard trim. How it goes into the Fayed destroy. Thanks perfect. Yeah. Because we're bringing this, and that hair into the weekend, there's a lot of good Mojo sticks. You could stop the show for that anytime you got last night. I was two one with Golden State and Boston. You didn't win. Hold on a second. Okay. I called I call a few people and I say this team comes back from seventeen down ends up winning this thing by handful like they did did they cover the number. No, but throw me a bone on this. I was on the right side. Okay. I was on the right side. So I'm just telling you might personal notes here. I'm a winner. Well, why, why instead of calling people, why don't you make a live bet, but the money line to win while they're down seventeen and make some money, maybe between it out to your falling Coney. I'm trying to get out of my degenerate con swam in years. So I figured, you know what I'm comfortable with guy. Comfortable with this victory filling out. We it's bad beats last taught had the pirates. They lost four to three in a tough fashion. I mean, Gorms you did have Golden State, minus seven. They won by three could have been four to win my. It's a win in your book. Boston was easiest one of the night off never doubt. Let me talk to you about the Chicago Cubs in the Cincinnati Reds. So I had under four and a half. Okay. Lewis steel was on the mount. If you don't, if you don't remember me tell you about Louis steal. He's a one a one point zero era and I five point three overtime unhittable. So he's filled himself out in the first inning. He gets an out puts a couple of guys on, it's okay. He gets two outs. Two outs runners on second and third routine. Ground ball, down those little soft roller software. You're supposed to do right down the thirty four is for ground boxer the fucking ball hits. Third base third base has jet springs in it. And if ricochets over the third basements, head into the outfield to run score piece a lightning do that wasn't the hell was that too, in the first, which is okay? We still got four and a half mornings ago four and a half innings. Go by okay? Sorry for it. Go by still to oh, I run. I better the inning. So hormone that's fine to one. Two one tree the next batter is out. So we're to one ounce. Couple outs. Not bad to one outs. Lewis steal the pictures of the bat able. So you would think to two one two outs note, Louis steel get single. Okay, that's fine. No worries. And then the next guy gets out, so we're two one two outs. You're not awaken. Good. We're looking great to. Outs. And then there's a walk and then to pass balls and suitable to pass on to, to. But both runners scored. And then just a little single in there. It goes five runs just like that small little that just gave you shift right in the rim. Not a great little beat there to be honest. Not a great do pass pass. I don't know if you've ever seen like literally game and not like a good literally game like you see on TV like your local literally game. That's something you see him one of those. Yeah, it was my God. And then. I think it was on the right side for Oakland Detroit under. It just it was six nothing. That's on Detroit. I mean that's not me that's on Detroit and Turnbull warned me you did. You did bad on I five walkie. Winter, those pitchers didn't come to play the south, but it didn't I was yesterday. Our best bets, not a great day. But we do get the crown are degenerate of the week. I ever degenerate. Best bet winner of the week. Todd mccullough. A one one win in the tally call for best. We will be back next week with that competition. But I mean let's just jump right into best bets today. We'll have to we'll have Fridays carryover from now on into the week ahead. Sounds good. Okay. Does that sound good? Great Todd as winter. I'll have you pick who leads off best pets. I'm gonna Gormley I'll cesspits Jeffrey. What do you got for us? Here we go. You want the winner. I'm guaranteeing it. We got Saint Louis. Okay. We have we're going to the ice. Okay. I got San Jose. Okay. Okay. I'm not talking soccer here. Tony I'm talking little. The cardinals are also a team that plays sometimes in St Louis, but continue with your hockey talk. I'm just telling you, okay? Flip and flop in like the dead fish on the ice in Detroit. This is a flop in series back and forth, Saint Louis you got hoes last game one one one one one one game seven will be around the corner. Take Saint Louis tonight. I'm glad we're on the same page, Nick Morello's us on that same page, by the way, as a Detroit someone who grew up in Detroit Goram's hockey, that it's. That it's odd octopus not a fish, but I. I did their. Here's what I did their lowly, right? And then I moved to Nashville and started throwing those catfish. I'll let it go. My best bet. It's, it's the stats are there. But also, it's just it's not a gut pink overall commonsense pick the Minnesota Twins. All you have to do is lay a dollar twenty money line against the Seattle. Mariners your team up in the Pacific northwest. Always gotta keep an eye on. You don't. They started thirteen to. I'm not sure they've won a game. And then Martin Perez is on the mound for the twins. He's got two three r three r a versa. Marco Gonzales, pitching for Seattle had a great start of the year. But then he's losses last three start so twins with not much juice. Just twenty cents going with them as my best bet tonight, only got gambling money line. Yeah, I'm going. I'm game. Yeah. I mean Seattle bullpen dog shits own Eamon. I like it starting both lefties to Seattle's the worst team in the league against Lifton pitching. Oh. So you have a little. Yeah. Yeah. I like that very much. It's double fucking Stamford. Best bet for today though, is the Oakland A's Detroit. I'm gonna take the first five money line on the as the as our six and Frankie Monto starts game two of a series. He's four and two on the year with a do point seven eight year eight and detroi- once again, let us remind you is the twenty seventh ranked team in runs scored in the first five Oakland embarrassed the Tigers last night, but putting up seventeen on them those fake that ask again tonight. That's my best bet for today as I five money. How many runs the Detroit Tigers scored in the first five yesterday taught him zero zero heroes crack? So let's hope for a similar result tonight. All right. Those are best bets, let's now move to the hardwood. We do have another game tonight is Toronto at Milwaukee again similar situation in the west coast finals, the line change pretty much similar similar things here. What do you guys like as far as? Milwaukee aunts Rondo tonight. I personally like over here to six all right. They hit a game total of two eight and game. One Milwaukee was uncharacteristically shitty from three only hitting like eleven forty three or forty eight times, something like that was the only one that could shoot for. Yeah. And I think in Toronto, we solve this fucking said, hey, we're not going to score for the last three and a half minutes or whatever, you know, they had that, that total drought, I think, is easily, as they reached two eight in his hungry as Toronto's going to be to make a statement tonight and Milwaukee being, I think the best team left, this is going to be a high scoring game. I think you'll see a game total closer to, to two thirty. I would love to see that. I love to see Todd gorgeous. What do you like I love the bucks in a row tonight? I love him to take care of business. I'm not saying this is going to be the same in game three when they traveled to Toronto. But tonight I like the bucks by more than a handful lines at six and a half right now again, I'm going with thirteen to fifteen point win. I'm on the. Same pages. You. They just have so much depth. That's we keep talking about the raptors besides quiet. I mean there's lower gonna go there and probably not then again guys that they're you know they're players lock into non game. They're gonna play that. So you never know who's going to show up besides quiet for that team. And I just don't trust them. So I'm going with Milwaukee and everything that they have. So I just saw the line that just came out for Saturday night. We don't have to make a pick. Your do you have any opinions, though, Golden State is a three point dog at Portland game three D line started at two and a half just jump with both feet on Portland? They will take care of business, Golden State, you're playing wonderful. But what you missin K D is instant offense. I know they got that with listening, they have that with Steph curry, but that guy you lean on is not there on the road. Tough place to play. I like Portland. Take care of business. Matter of fact tied this thing up to two if we're looking down you think in the next week and both in Portland. Yes against this lineup. Absolutely. I. So poor CJ McCollum. I thought he played really really well he carried him through when Dame heads zero points in the first quarter. CJ McCollum was on fire. It was his first playoff game ever, or he didn't score in the first in the fourth quarter. He went over six. I like his game though. Watching them last night. I'm starting to really like C. J McCollum still, I it's, it's, it's just dangerous to me. It's like betting against the patriots. It's dangerous thing to do. Do you have any idea where you're gonna go yet, for Portland and think I think they're going to they're going to drop one you want whatever with? Yeah, yeah. And it was a good cover. I actually thought Portland was going to win. While many different times. Yeah. I'm gonna stick with I think Portland grabs two games. So. Yeah. Like like them to grab that won the first game back at home. Nice. Let's go. All right. So we talked about the NHL already. We're already on the blues tonight. So let's skip right to major league baseball. I only had one pick tonight. And it was that Minnesota, minus one twenty that game is my best bets great bed, by the way. Thank you. I appreciate that. You're on. So you were taking them I five. Is that what it said, was taking the first five but, you know, you reminded me how should he? They're both in. Let's go the white take the chance. Do you have any other baseball picks? Do have a couple. I have the dodgers. First five money line. Cincinnati. These funny starts for the reds. He tends to struggle with left handed power hitters which the dodgers have no shortage of the reds are facing a lefty and ritual the twenty second. The league team batting against lefties. Love the dodgers here. I five months. I'm a big rich guy. Gordon, you. Got any baseball picks today rain out as you out. Out. You know, drink water. I'm sure that's double rain out there, folks. Double rain out. I'm speaking horses. You guys take care of the major. You said it. Let's lead into let's go straight to the Preakness. What do you got? Let's go. Let's make some money. This is the year to make some money. We saw that in the Kentucky Derby, always mining since I'm the expert. Yeah. Can I give you the four horses that I like? And see four horsemen go by four horses. That I'm gonna do. All my exact is all my super factors on my trifecta. Yes. I my four horses are overdue. Would you like my correct? Yes, sir. Improbable another twist of fate and war of will Owen Dale. By the way. I said, oh, window overdue. Owen do those are my forget again? You really threw me a curve Owen Dale improbable, another twist to fate in war of will I like the war will in there. I'm also gonna sprinkle this with on the nose money. Here's what I'm talking about. I don't have a clear favorite on it, but I do want to win some money there. A great story out of Maryland. And that horse's name always mining with a great trainer and Kelly, ruby who hasn't been here before they have not had a Maryland bred horse win this Maryland race called the Preakness since nineteen Eighty-three. Let's go for the storyline always mining who's currently at an eight one probably gonna go down because local betters will take him, but I like him to possibly win it. What they call them miler. Okay. But the speed factors Todd when you talk about Beyer speed factor. I am saying this he gets better in every stinking race. He in another sport. He's learned how to hit the curve bulk. All right. So that's why like this, and I'm going to say this sprinkle a little bit on market, king will, which will be the long shot one of the long shots this race. So I like marketing Owen? Dale always mining in there, and then you can sprinkle your improbable in their Tony. I like the will. Staying horse's name? Roy Moore of will we saw what happened in the Kentucky Derby, as well. He was the horse that got cut off that caused a controversy who was making the charge or we'll could've one that we don't we're not sure I also like as so you're going. You're going market king is your lungs. Yeah. And I will play signalman as mine, by the way horse. Yeah. Other great. That's a long shot. Joe one. Okay, four. Let's go really of three out of the fourth. I my favorite I think is war of will I think he probably was going to win the derby, if that unfortunate thing hadn't happened he's like four to one right now. I know it's not, you know, probably top improbable when second favourite, obviously, he's in the four posts, I like that a little right? That's a great spot. So his number two, I like warriors charge by all accounts, everything. I've read amount of horse guy. But I mean reading on it. Well accounts. He's the wildcard here and I love that. He's never been in a stakes race. I just like war. All they know about this is that he is extremely fast is in the three hole, and he is coming up. Two wins Oakland the last one by twelve links. And when I read that I'm like. That's my horse at twelve competition, but he does not like to lose. He doesn't want anybody even fucking close to him. I think he has a shot and I'm gonna have bourbon war, just another. Name best name in horse race horse. Yeah. A lot of people like gore creek me if I'm wrong, but war of will is on the rail for the second straight race. Is that good or bad? It's fine man. Pacesetters short a strike its shortest way. This is the sprint. Yeah. I mean it's it's not a sprint. I know that. But we're not gonna go wire-to-wire. I don't think on a horse, but you're gonna get your speed horses out there and folks set back. But if you're on the real, just get comfortable put your feet up grab the remote and stay there until you gotta let that horse charge as if you guys have our new listeners or have forgotten Gorms had even probable in many factors. I thought that horse would win the race. I just wanna throw this in Tony because I did tell tell the folks, and you guys improbable is my pick to this, but keep your eye on country house. This is a horse. It's going to go up there, so yes, the derby, that was for the derby, you're asking me for my best bets, there's going to be about six to eight of them is my point. Yeah. I mean you go around they have the Ville. Ville. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I'm just saying exotic skies, you got executive Tribeca super like what I'll do for my trifecta is probably have Owen Dale and improbable. Nice in the one to pick them for one to switch them up. And then there's nothing wrong with taking the whole field for third. Yeah, you can box that. I mean that's. Taken the whole I don't we don't have a dominant horse like four or five horses. Third, there's another. It's still winter. I mean, any time the green, it's fine. That's it. It's really hard to hit exactly three horses or four horses or whatever, whatever you, whatever you wanna do, but those are picks for this race. It sounds like being going through both high dill. I like going del something. I tell you what, that always mining though you may have a tear in your eye this horse wins this race. That's all I'm saying Todd. Like you were saying that horse. It has not run a stakes race yet equivalent of a high school pitcher graduating, you're going right on the mound of a major league park and winning. I mean that's I love storylines. Yeah. Well, I saw a lot of people I saw a couple of guys fading, always Mining's. All right. Yeah. So it makes me wonder when I read it to whenever I see that like trying to throw us off here because so many people that are really hot on that horse. You know what I mean? So, like you see two people just like you trying to fuck with me. Right. Like what he pulled on the bachelorette. Yeah. So you're right on that one. They're the people in this gambling, where world, not always the Santoni most up front. Yeah. I'll say I'll put it that way, your your corral on yourself because you're in this gambling game. So what are you talking about setting a okay? All right. Let's run through our Cup of coffee, a day parlay going into the weekend. Fun fact. Both times we've hit our Cup of coffee day poorly as been on Friday. Something about we, we got we feel we feel good going into the weekend. And those picks are Saint Louis blues, minus one, forty at home against the San Jose Sharks. The Oakland A's I five minus one seventy five from Todd. Minnesota Twins just dropped to minus one fifteen against Seattle. Mariners scares me, a little bit Toronto Raptors you over to sixteen walkie bucks money, six and a half and the LA dodgers, first five minus one thirty five. Nice little sixteen or here today spy dollars to win one fifty three nine. Tell you what you turn your pocket for the weekend with a lady out to dinner. Trey drinks, the weekends free. You're welcome your weekends for. Hey, look what we did for you. You're welcome. And good luck pay him. Paid that men his money.

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European leaders leave marathon meeting with COVID-19 rescue plan in hand

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

06:47 min | 8 months ago

European leaders leave marathon meeting with COVID-19 rescue plan in hand

"Weeks of fierce disagreement end with the deal as European leaders green light a corona virus. Rescue Plan live from London. This is the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service I'm Victoria Craig Good Morning after a four day marathon session the twenty seven European, Union. Heads of states agreed on more than eight hundred fifty billion dollars in spending to revive the blocks economies battered by the coronavirus pandemic to fund the deal for the first time ever the e you will sell bonds collectively as a group rather than as individual nations and a bigger proportion of what's raised will be allocated not as loans but grants which won't need to be paid back. Leaders also signed off seven year one point two trillion dollar budget which German chancellor. Angela Merkel, said insurers a solid platform for the future. In this way we've laid the foundations for the European Union's financial basis for the next seven years, and at the same time we've provided a response to the biggest crisis. The EU was faced since its creation. From Brussels, the BBC's Kevin. Conley tells us more about the plan. Let's take in the end here in Brussels was not just the detail of spending plans for the next seven years blue, who says the e US need to demonstrate an ability to rise to a moment of global crisis with collective action, the so-called Frugal northern states that like the idea of the E., U. borrowing money to give as. It's to other member states. Now more of those funds than was initially proposed will come as loans to be repaid, and to make it even more palatable for those nations, wealthy member states will get higher rebates on what they contribute based on the size of their economies to the E. U. Budget each year, though the dealmaking exposed the eaves, faultlines, sometimes uncomfortable manner. The deal is done. In Brussels I'm the BBC's Kevin Calmly for marketplace well, that deal is sending European shares solidly higher, the stock. Six hundred index is up one point. One six percent Frankfurt's DAX is rising one point eight percent, just shy of a record high benchmarks in Spain. And Italy countries seen as some of the hardest hit by the pandemic are seeing some of the biggest gains of the day up more than two percent, each meanwhile shares of Ebay are up one point eight percent pre-market after the company said it sold its online classifieds business to Norwegian, firm for nine point two billion dollars. Ride hailing firm. Uber is heading to the UK Supreme Court today. It's continuing its fight against three rulings that have found the company's drivers are workers, not self-employed contractors former Uber driver. James Far is one of those arguing the drivers. It must be classified as workers. We're in this middle ground. We are in business as part of somebody else's business that means working for Uber. I don't control the customers. Don't control the price I'm festively. Performance managed so I am definitely under Uber's control and the price that Uber pays for. That is to give me the security of the minimum wage holiday pay the case is. Is Likely. To have major implications for employment rights in the so called GIG economy as the BBC's clive, Coleman explains in two thousand sixteen, a group of Uber Drivers won a landmark employment tribunal ruling that they will workers, and so entitled to rights including the National Minimum wage paid holidays, and they weren't as Uber, had argued running their own businesses while merely being connected to customers via the UBER APP in two thousand eighteen, the court of appeal dismissed appeal. The Supreme Court case is being closely watched. Another loss for Uber could trigger thousands of claims by its drivers for the minimum wage and holiday pay. Clive Coleman reporting there. People tend to think of healthcare workers as the ones constantly putting their lives on the line during the coronavirus crisis, but contact tracers those who communicate with people who test positive for the virus are also increasingly serving on the front lines, and it's become a growing business as governments try to prevent further spread of the virus in South Africa, though a fast and worrying surge covid nineteen cases has made this kind of work busier and even more dangerous. The BBC gained exclusive access to follow one small team in the city of Bloemfontein to see how it works. You speak into Claudia from red, cross and Department of Health. You were in close contact with the person that tested positive for covid nineteen. Are you aware of that? Do. You have any draft cough. shuten breath. The system is saying that you a higher risk. I think we'll drive to your site so that you can get. Is that okay with you? My name is Todd McCullough copay. In covid, nineteen contact tracing every two weeks, I make sure that I test cover just to check if I'm so okay. Student contract though the Barra's. Milan Essop indicate that the gentleman has a positive contacted work. Gave US information that the wife also has content at as well and the told also. It's pool so I can see. Covet. It's funny because I've been trying to be small. Careful about it. Okay, for now it's time for trump and we're doing the second case of today. We're collected the sample now, but we're hoping that the results will come out negative when you receive results and this person has tested negative. I get so excited. Give them a call right now. On my way home. It has been quite a hectic day. Just one to rest and be with my children I lost a colleague in Cape Town. Jakovic. When I heard the news, it was difficult for me to go back and do what I love. The most I'm also single mother of two goals. As, sit with my kids everyday and educate them and ask them one of my goals. She's ten years old. She keeps on saying that when I grow up I just want to save the wolves. Just like us. How see me as a hero? I, just put. Them and say outside, so they know they need to prepare. For me outside and I take off all my clothes. Put them in the plastic. Where my rope go inside the house. The will have a basin with water inside obviously for me to path. I want to have hope for the future when I wake up. Just thinking that our children use that this, no longer coronavirus anymore contact racer cloudy among hoppy there in South Africa and in London I'm Victoria Craig with the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service.

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Ep 140 - Who Is Patricia Cromwell?

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Ep 140 - Who Is Patricia Cromwell?

"It was moby Dick or the Catcher moby moby. Dick was the whale whose the catcher catcher he caught him. Yeah but but it's more of a cardinals catchers. Yeah I WanNa have you read Moby Dick. No Billy looks firstly calls bill cheese and some people got shit to do today. We've got a cat. Emergency sometimes my sweet grandmother so ask Jesus Oh we call it recall. Oh you look. She's wondering how to make hot wings in the air easy you what's wrong with this world. Let's call this old. She knows this podcast today on Ula collar around there as a show started hearted. We're in time with sweet old lady. So Billy Billy tweeted. That he'd go the fuck emergency room for his cat. And all I could picture picture was his fucking. Rtd To eaten his dad spitting out the bones of perfect. That's not poop what happened bill. I woke up to like three like bad. Piles of poop and cucumber apartment. Turns out my cat has pretty much the cat warm. IBS STOFF TOV BS. What was it doing for Roy? Never had never had Z's it's not just the ought to call today IBM Kabil it just funding the drink a two eight two out of eight Americans Americans. According to one out of four five American suffers from a lot of eight. It's better to say I'm going doing eight. Thank you totally for people in the room. The sample size in isn't as good. Yeah Connor to poop disease. Interesting much interest. You'll be you'll drive four boys but you get the bubble guts. Bubble gets is the mud but comes after the. Let me know when you're ready and let listeners know exactly what shirts yeah. STIEG'S EH stinks. If you combine this with lactose I think it's a really really cool. Both those. I don't know you have lactose. I didn't find out that I was like this. Intolerance almost twelve years old and my parents diffuse the telling me that when I was a baby I almost died because I drink regular milk and they just never told me I was like doesn't dollars for I probably wouldn't have told you that either. Tub Ice Cream the steam. Like why am I getting so fucking gase after. Having to drink milk in every school was built out class. uh-huh Jesus Kobetski grilled cheese reluctant to be lactose intolerant. Wants very much. Yeah No. It's not fun screen gene. I love milk. What it just makes you fucking Gassy and shit more? I'm yeah but actually Doing excessive ad stomach aches. Eric Eric Shit Tummy hurts. Yeah that's a large part of that the answer. So we're calling my mom 'cause she called in and then went to the podcast Bailey Wings and airframe short answer Everyo- uh-huh yeah. Hello Hello. Hey listen you're on the show but I I just wanted to let you know today's podcast. You know what time we podcast every day and you call in and interrupted. Show to ask your grandson how to fix we in the Air Fryer. I thought you might have a fricken day off. Uh No days off are do you know how to prepare the wings properly of the airframe grant and ah sat and has not helped me back. Who who do you like better? Todd well You know I never to catch. Todd always answers my the busy. I'll goes hey. So what's your favorite childhood memory of Bailey. They arrive 'cause I rather model. You can't use the one where he should. He's pants breaking the record in middle school for the one hundred meter dash because already used. That one is my phone. I didn't remember that one a hook in the outfield playing t-ball and watching the traffic by and picking clovers. Yeah that was a pretty good one he was. I was coaching that year and he played right field. It was just good enough to be the ninth the best player. So right billy cloverleaf draft in the so. Let's Ciro bonobos stars so he couldn't focus didn't give it just basically didn't give a shit so he would turn. I will look out. He be turned around while both the balls in play picking clover. Whatever he was doing and every time he would come in from the outset? He'd be like hey you know if you need somebody else to play it over and over while your favorite childhood memory from me as a kid just maybe an awesome all the time. Yes yes yes. That was the subject house. You make the cops Taylor Bill. Hey I have a bone to pick with you real quick about my childhood. Is it true that talk. beat up a crowded karate instructor after yeah remember and he signed me up for Taekwondo with that fake taekwondo instructor in Longview Texas. I don't remember that Jesus all right. So here's my bone to pick with you for like eight years old. It was the summer after my junior year. I just turned seventeen crave and that is fantastic. I think he was Korean Spanish in Texas new with different. This is where your hate for Steven. seagal ghost I saw mom. Here's the biggest bona pick with you. You know you you raise me my all the way through seventh grade on on a farm and clearly. I was not a farm kid. I didn't quit in with the rest of the cousins and all that stuff. I didn't like pig blood on me stuff like that. So the dogs the dogs do so me back to the farm when we miss you off the farm format you said we could never ever sell it because you were going back there. I was like it just would have built a fence around the property of media surrounding the home my dog would stop getting slaughtered on long. Aw You love shading the baby cab cavs. I loved feeding them until you would slaughter then the Catholic the bottle very traumatizing like six months later. Know that you were like thirty. Hey we gotta go. We got work to do. Thanks for taking our call. Mom lobue a spray the basket cook it on three sixty twelve minutes flip cooking for twelve minutes more. He'll text it to you really good luck. That was an awesome exit. 'cause she said Thank You Bailey. Love you clearly. The favorite fucking answers the calls. I lost the war longtime ago to move in with her. Because I couldn't live with you anymore. It's not true and Talk Radio already telltale. We Oh my mom didn't do bad entertainers all right digs. What do you got? You got some. Yeah I do right. I got got said this last night by one listeners. It's this movie. I've only watched five minutes of it but it looks real. Oh yes it is real. I came across the. I've seen it rousing. I didn't watch we all watch. Why would I watch that? And then that Guy Mris me the other day was like do you think it was some guy said you gotta watch low O- of all the things you watch you saw this and thought. Why would I watch that the name the name? The name is the loss of Pastor Mr. The premises description is after losing his parents. A priest travels to China were inherited mysterious ability that allows him to turn into a dinosaur czar at first horrified by this new power a prostitute convinces him to use it to fight crime period in Ninjas reports. started it this morning Five minutes just to see it's GonNa be good five stars. It's GonNa be good like spoiler alert within the first sixty seconds. He gets out of his sermon from Church. He walks out the doors. Parents were standing across street. St Hi Bob and dad they wave back. Then there's a fake explosion but you don't see the explosion because it's just his face as he looks horrified and then it goes back to where they were standing. It's just words that say like car burning dot I. I.. MVP or whatever the yeah okay. Yeah that's good cinematography so it's just like satire. It's it's off to a hot start. Awesome awesome this setup. This is like a parody. This can be really really good. I think it's going to be really good. I mean the premise is incredible. Yeah I can't believe you only watch I five minutes. Well I had to come here not true. I watched another forty five times. It's only in our building our. I'll watch it for two. I'm definitely why I I feel like you should definitely get really really high do it. Should we do watch along like put it on the TV up here in watching. That would be awesome for an episode. Oh we should do that. The tech- technological abilities to do it's a lot of my own through their Mac. Yeah there we go. Don't we just will enable yo through our headphones we would. We play the audio where people listen to us while watch people listen to us while watching. It's like a watch it's like. It's like a pink floyd dark side run off without headphones. We'll be able uh when our headphones right you're saying no board. It's just our voices not to watch it. I guess they could watch that. We don't I want to hear they do it for lots of old wrestling podcasts. They'll watch like WWe Bashford the Ba- bash at the beach out here on our watch law to this fucking Rogan's been doing that for years with the. Yeah Yeah that'd be fun all right we should you do that. You wouldn't do that for next Sunday. Yeah Yeah let's do that. We can hold off. That long for pastor can be tough but I'LL DO IT I. I watched I watched it three times so he won't watch it. He'll read the wikipedia spoilage. And then talk about it. That's a really good time. Yeah I'm glad that guy showed that because otherwise I would never give a second thought. Is it. It's going to be good. How long this is? Oh I do not very long new theaters. Well Yeah I think it's it's on. It's it's on private it's on Amazon. Its original yeah can't wait. I really can't wait. Yeah it's pretty good that'd be fun Yeah yeah so that'll be once alone. I think it will watch that law seventeen in the same day just to get the whole. Just actually really. Aw Game over man is last year erection ended too soon. You should ease Roman swipes Game over men guy wants to last longer in bed. The counting backwards from one hundred a singing. Mary had a little lamb. Whatever kind of a little tricky issues? They don't always work work. The folks that Roman an online men's health company is changing the game with Roman swipes. 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Unfortunately no one dumps them Out It's going to win best. which is accurate? I mean World War. Two women were a lot more conservative. True fourteen you so our awesome. There's only like I mean it's it's the two main guys like the entire time you know like the the trailer shows like those big British actors like those guys have is like one scene pretty much just like go right from there and he gets right into the action within the first like three minutes so the camera never leaves these two hours. That's pretty awesome. Awesome now the way they did it yet. If you see like some behind the scenes of highly shot it's pretty fucking. It's really it's really. It's going to win best picture this year and I think a lot of it was the I think it. I thought it was the best movie that I saw this for shared and a lot of good movies came out. I gotta get off my ass. Maybe I'll go see it this evening. It should Marnie. He's been begging me to take him to sit. God it's so good actually. Have you busy trying to teach my mom how to cook table table so all right yeah. Here's a story so Marnie has been shopping online for awhile now board for a table that would fit. We have the the big window a member but like yeah it's just a giant and your fucking microphone. Nobody brick so this giant window on the front of the House and so and then the open space between it in liberal quite a bit of open space so the right now. There's just a twin mattress at sets there and the dogs lay on it and slobber all over the walls and scratch up the wood traveling so we wanted to create a situation where that wasn't happening anymore so relocated the bed got another spot and then she was like I gotta get a table. But it's a weird hype. Obviously House built in nineteen fifty. Nobody used any rules. So it's like it's twenty seven inches to the bottom of the the casing. That's below the window weird size. Most like SOFA tables and those kinds of tables are thirty one inches is a fine. We're looking so oh I said instead of me. I mean this is obviously ridiculous idea by the table. You like the has plenty of legroom at the bottom cut off and we'll cut it off evenly only to the exact height that you want. That was stupid. There's so much work to make foresaw cats so instead she decides she's going to build builds her own table. Wow and she sends me the plans for it which is just a box with some lines and numbers on it. And she says Here's the table. Well I'M GONNA build and I'm and I respond back with okay. So what's your plan. How are you going to fascinate? Altogether shooting screws into it. You you buy oh yeah biscuit cutter Biscuits Wood Glue. Put it in there. So it seamless. What's your plan she's like? I'm just going to screw it together. Giving Advice Shove Asli doesn't doesn't have any idea that she's about the fell epoca. Her plan makes no sense. It's not gonNA work. She thinks she can just with one person. Hold it the guy said you. The you know the would can't move when you're screwing another piece to it so you if you're not gonNA wait for me to have extra hands you're going to need to go get some clamps some good the clamps so she goes to lowe's and buys just a slightly larger version of a chip clip. It's just a plastic thing. Just a a little bigger chip clip clip. Yeah now we have extra Lordship cups which is nice so she thinks that's going to hold two pieces of wood steady for. She's just splitting. Wood would and stripping screws when I get home. She's almost in the fetal position crying. And there's this would everywhere papers and would so unlike. What are the dogs doing? Well last going on they just look at me. Like don't go in so you go into this mess or whatever so in like forty five minutes. I build her table for she sees how easy it is. Just sit there and wait tools. And it's I get it together. And then she decides she she the top she. She had two boards to one by eight. That we're going to be the top and they would just fit together the other because she and her mind well. It's sixteen inches wide. I'll get to one byte so it's not a woodworks. One by eight hundred eight inches wide like seven and a quarter inches wide so so now there's extra space now occurring begins again to do so. I'm like okay. Just get it. Where to the sides plus plus to the sides and you can cut a piece of metal to fit in the in between them? It'll be fine. You're going to be painting in any way to give it a little special luck. Whatever so we do that now? There's a second table all of a sudden that has to be done and I haven't gotten too so I'm catching all this hell because today at some point in time supposed to build the second table for not doing I'm just not up for it and they're just not for this look and like the thing that Michael Scott choose little little top like. She's so worried about little things being offered and I go. Listen No is going to come in here and confuses for Pottery Barn. Yeah it's clearly homemade. It'll be fine to look grace just holding plants. It'll be a nice house but what the fuck is that. Yeah so it's a fucking nightmare. Do she would never listen to me on anything. Like I've never done anything before. I'm like you know I'm not a carpenter but I have screwed some shit. That's not good anyway so I saw either you or her posted on I g did you decide to treat it or stained at all or you just go on with the classic like Balsa Wood. Good luck she wanted to paint it. Si- recess screws far enough. She could put wood putty to fill the halls. And say down. And you're just GONNA paint crews will show now nice so yeah I say I mean I saved her life. She definitely if I would've waited another two hours to come home home. She would have been hanging from something around a rafter in her favourite. HDTV show together. Oh Yeah uh-huh shitty furniture apparently watching TV or having HDTV show is is frowned upon in this in this city for we a having a show or watching. The boys went out for a couple of drinks last night. You know we show to a place. We ask them if they've got they've got claws because some of us are trying to watch our figure. Yeah so we order seven white clothes eight like that's all that's all. The entire table was drinking. Just all of us. Dudes dribbed close and I guess. The bartender sent a message back with the the waitress. Do the do they want me to turn on. HDTV as well how do that. You can't do twenty twenty. Is it on its head Eddie. We're buying your fucking booze pal. Also behind the bar and put his head through that fucking cooler yeah. We should've I wanted to knock his team out his teeth out. You know what sorry you guys. Don't carry Bud Light. Of course I don't drink the bullshit you have on tap so you know I mean yeah. We'll take a couple of clocks. Also yes I want you to put. HDTV THE TV in the food network. Both those are solid S. channel. I mean if we can't go out and an have white clause in twenty twenty going on. We're going to judge pretty hard. Yeah so after. I mean we fucking fucking buried. Dog was now you can leave into wash it. It wasn't even a bartender that you know no stranger bartender straight bartender. who wasn't even are just getting the drinks trace was take it all started with you? Guys have any white clause or just that other bullshit. They're trying to peddle some. You know like that yes. Yes some homemade hard seltzer on the tap. I don't think so not interesting girlfriend. That catcher bangs really high straight across makes makes it did get it get get the slater was this. I take it. This was kind of a Foo foo brewery. Police not really wouldn't think deep down it was yeah G. claim you're a sports bar you know. Can you say when you bleep. It out. Don't know why claw is very sports mark immunity right. It is I mean guys like to take care of themselves every now and then yes thank you. bye-bye game to their credit. They did have the pounders. Founders of kids. Skinny Guy's I ordered. Yeah well yeah I figure you know. I'm GonNa Slam this one pretty quick. And why dilly dally with having bring the another just get to the gate didn't order predinner either. Sixty four ounces of white cloth. I tried to watch my figure stuffed up. This is very different. Ah For this office you have been eating well tied. I see you with the lunches. I don't know if you're a very healthy diet. Do Not Make It. There's lots of vegetables. Yeah the whole office. I feel like it's starting to make a turn. Once you start once you start talking about like getting L. fitted for like talks for your wedding and take pictures it's like I'm not trying to look like a fat disgusting Slob and Grads are kids in twenty years the Oh so you're always fat slob. Ask let me Sperry. You're starting to early. Not Burn in yourself out. Well See. That's what I told her with like the meals though 'cause like she was like we'll just try it for a week. See like how much weight you lose and I was like all right. I'll I'll do that but I can't. I can't eat like this for the next six months. And here's why start now because you are. You'RE GONNA do it for a little bit. And then it's a roller coaster ride. You're going to have some some peaks and valleys so so you need to start now because if you started later than you have that one valley you're just you're fucked for the rest of the time but no but if you like won't stick with I I mean if I if I don't start now it'll be fucking June first and it's like Oh man I will tell you the good the literally one sheet mill way for all fucking up. KFC Right Oh well. That's that's what I went through literally. Just obviously not eating once you have that one meal. It's game over like I'm doing fine. Now that's twenty. You gotta you gotTa Lie. I think the secret is allowing yourself to cheat on the weekend. Yeah for sure here we want to and that was you know what I mean. That's definitely long as you know in your head Saturday's common you know or even if you like so I would let myself start Friday tonight. And that's why that's why I didn't eat 'cause I had cantata the day before so I was like well I can't just get fucking cheeseburger healthy a Taco Bell Taco bell very healthy healthy. It was very good I already he like you know for a week of vacation coming up. Money's GonNa go somewhere warm like she's just one just somewhere has beach maybe or at least it's warm and we have a pool. Whatever and I'm already already like trying to find other ideas because I am so sloppy it's GONNA lifting? I have not been eating correctly. I mean I don't look at it with my shirt off. I do not WANNA go into public with said. Shared off. Shirt season is almost done. Boys was there like you got to make that turn because it's thanks. Dude it's fucking that's starting to early gotta give another month before you even attempt this even in February. I'm a veteran in this game. I Yeah Yeah. You're an AMOEBA though everybody's body's you have experience in this and I've never had to do this before ever so it's like it's like a real you know I mean if I drill it then who knows maybe three fifty six years. You inject metabolism Jackson TAP Kinda tablets. Apples on cocaine starts when you're young though right like if you build up your metabolism when you're young you build the how do you if your if your child and you're eating in increments properly when you're young L.. What he does that? But that's how the metabolism pyramid shots. Your once you can kill that right though. I mean it doesn't last you can't just am. I think there's a pretty drastic drop off at like twenty seven no matter what I had the highest metabolism of any human gene on the planet until like eight thirty seven hundred and fifty five pounds. Yeah and I. It just stopped stopped when I hit like thirty eight just said no more and I started putting on weight for me. Well that's the next level of it. That's ask the next level up dude. Yeah you're almost on final boss. So eating late at night Bennett was thing thing you can have. You worked late. Let it doesn't matter. If you're putting food with calories and sugar into your body late at night it has nowhere to go. Oh it sits in your because your but I mean there's all those things you can do to improve it right by eating many small meals a day smaller portions of fasting kicking metabolism up exercise. Obviously not eating until you feel and look repulsive comfortable. Do what do you mean late. One of my uh-huh uh-huh credit. You actually do. Yeah because you'll eat eight wings and then you'll have a leaving later. You actually are pretty good at that. Thank you Nichole fuck yourself try in like four four later at night for dinner not a bird. Yeah Somebody Star of the guy if you want. You could chewed up and spit it out or feeds as you if you if you eat foods you work out more. That's burning more calories. Do Zee smile more every day. All that you are there certain muscles to frown frown more. I feel like you sticking your tongue proud I feel like if you eat fast animals helper you h Cheetah. Oh it's like what you eat carrots you turn orange. Yeah that's why everyone lives in. The CERVETTI is lead is fuck only eaten ostrich patties from now on the things we else kawser slow as fuck. This is slow and Lazy Dance. Yeah that's our hope you are what you eat. fucking route noodles. What was that guy's we've got a Spaghetti Bowl aroo Spaghetti Ruth Fuller we use Spaghetti Bowl? Yeah just ruined ruined ostrich. That's you ever seen a fat Australia. No either ryver. They always like fantastic. They're always embiid shape. Always you got to run away from the spiders true. Yeah I mean they get to keep their head on a swivel. 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First name if he's you sort of food is GRANDPA could be the second building JFK. I if it's not an immediate follow up in the family you're going to be so I think so you're odd mccomb. He'll definitely be bill. If I would talk to you if I would named you my same name you would have been junior and then if you have a kid your kid same name would have been the second now the third okay so I thought he could go by the second or junior if his son is named Todd. mccombs todd mccombs junior now. He can only only todd McCullough topic. That's quite a decision to make then losing the junior suffix. You know what I mean. Do you want to have a kid. Act like the second pretty in a junior because the collagen rather have junior. I Ah Junior griffey junior wrong. It works for intimidated. All Juniors are good. He's the second to it would not. I can't be the second Martin Luther Queen and you you could use number two when your car though law that would have been cool but fluid Dale. I mean that scene The net goodrich number three. Go round the boy. I don't want to be a second deuce nickname I mean through spags while you're actually is because my I had a buddy. I grew up and he went by Deuce and he was instead of a junior. A second. In 'cause I was like well. He told me that people really do that. You ever know anybody named Deuce poop. Anthony Anthony Nickname. Everyone his parents and Cottam ace and then like for a while when he was like sixteen he tried to get people to call deuce. And we're like no dude. Vegas switch awesome nickname. Why would switch that up? It's an unbelievable. I got any gun. That's why you want to try and be a snack race. Gigs digs bigger gambling. Tough it would would acis fifty thousand dollars thanks man. Don't thing it screws it up. Is that stupid ass jingle shingle on the commercial ace is the place where store break me off to kick cake boss right right or east. What's what's to say at the end of the place helpful hardware stores what do Kaku Cuckoo baby any nickname? What's your favorite nickname? You ever heard of somebody off name my favorite nickname that someone has ever called me. Eggs only aches digs the t nine days auto corrected the eggs really and I enjoyed that I really just don't ex- nice people. Call me Patricia Cromwell for a little bit in school. I was a kid when I thought Patty Patty. You're Cromwell why because you're writing skills. No no who is Patricia. Cromwell no clue. He's an awesome. No idea this the truth is let's roll that we need to look this up. I can't believe you've never curious Crom for short feminine hairstyling. Tendencies these huge loser that I am now I want to say she's a fictional author toward well by the ED. Call me but they were wrong then. I don't think they're going after. That fucking lady called me now across from prison stupid the Patricia Cornwell just like that. I looked at Pitcher Cromwell. Why would they call you that? I don't know damn it had something you did get Cornwell do know them. Do you still talk talk to them. Yeah well it's called my brother's call them too big call right now and it gives eat the number on Sunday. I don't think they're up. I understand that these guys are night. Owls they you know I just got off at fucking Boston sand and gravel take the local fucking silly Cornell idiots yeah again I just don't think they're named after some female author but we can go okay all right. So what's your what's your better explanation. I don't have a fucking guys just made up. A woman's name started callers last last name. Patricia Crow oddly similar to Patricia Cornwell. I didn't even know who Patricia Cornwell was it for Matt Patricia. Now this before did they combine two names to other people. I've got to figure this out. Now I'm fucking curious. You're curious I I natty for years for all of our school participated on the team trailing way before the way before I call it team nick nickname not once nicknamed hockey good. One Nick is the Nick Nick. PICA's actually true. Why I think Rosie the best though? Yeah would you call Noah time knee. They got the worst the worst I love. Niko and I shouldn't because that was Steven seagal movie that was his name. Law Nico Awfully awful lot of Buffalo Stevenson talion. If I was Italian you could call me Nico I would love it nickname. I mean. My Dad called me tiger before tiger like when I was really little and then he just kinda usurp that you can't be walking around people played tiger is real big Schmidt. He though I mean of course Bailey's got plenty names. Thanks Charlie here. He's got more bucket. Billy billy gates billy youtube silly black cab or bucket. Billy Bets Billy. We bag again in the last two years of high school last year last two years as a high school whenever I transferred to a new school my football coach was writing up names on going to be on the kickoff team or whatever he's initials and he's b. m. and then he forgot got my name so he just goes big motor big Motorola big motor billy Louis because billy boats billy modes hold onto that one for this thing called big big motorist. I facing a trucker hat with your fucking eighteen wheeler the background. If you're on a football team you want your coach referring to use big motor. Here's what you're fucking loose horse crowd. Aw Special Hammy package two. uh-huh Hemi package bringing the modem play break in the mode. Billy I remember we thought your nickname was dump asked That was on me. Actually no guns. Oh actually you got it wrong. I mean I could have actually said what my real name chance. You were scared. I was nervous. You Win. Like three calls deep all second time I came back and it was like I have to redeem not myself listening guys. It's not good. That's why he got the the nickname of course. Stop on through my nuts on every table I see. Do you have any nicknames. Besides zito probably peaches peaches peaches. I used to destroy baseball. They call me peaches. Don't know what it is that there's it just wanted to say. Say Your fucking Rick Ross. was that record low payer shallow pears pears. No the shut up peach all the standard ones when you name starts last things there's the MC first name starts to T- you always have to tee Mac t-bone team Komo may not for a while guys kept calling me Bam NOCONA for but like LaSalle. Pretty much like Makita just nocona because people would always fuck up my last name teachers whatever never they would say anything from NOCONA TO NKHOMA COMA COMA come from teachers there before the help and so then one guy started calling me in the cone on the baseball field and so at least with the baseball team I was NOCONA for a longtime wide peaches. There's there's no way people I love eating peaches are the the question is a lie. No who called you pizza's. Just you lied about the reason they call you peaches. It was like one through six. You're just slamming weymouth peaches peaches again. I'm not good. Did you have the was like peach cocktail like an actual actual peach. Why would happen? It's a comedy junk food. I forgot what it tasted. Like gushers in your the sack lunch one holy Shit. These are believable. I'm holding both images dropped ready. It's attorney finding peace. Portillo gushers hit different like Take it it's just this weird. The explosion them out. I'm like no do it so you are missing easily. The best fruit snack of all time. Yeah in the bed in the starbucks out of send so much do when you're a kid and you had loose tooth. He's put in like ten steiber. She amount I was. I was like I would tow that around for like a month. There's no bad gusher in in the PAC sometimes you get stuck with like yellow starburst you get those many packs over to other yells out that on Halloween. Two you'd see in back. Oh fuck these people you have me addicted to sour patch kids now I will house an entire bag side. That's I don't don't think of eaten a sour patch kid. In Twenty one day I was making funny for Eating Sour Candy. Czar now choose loser. Loser eats are brought him in. Because I didn't eat them. Okay well you left and then I tried one. I tried to non like addicted to see they are but I think that's a different different subset like you're buying gushers at the grocery store not snacks premium. Snow you're talking. You're put him in the category of fruit roll ups. Great without a doubt in Tucson day after de the rule if it comes in a box it's not a candy I think so yeah. Run The gas station. You actually have to go to a nice taking the fruit by the foot input gushers inside the fruit stole. Yeah that's I mean that's very sophisticated very honest. Gushes really doesn't have a competition right UPS for instance inside. I'll probably not starburst did competition so bad dropped out some of those other fruit snacks. Try to try to emulate it. I don't think the closest thing is when I eat tired grapefruit right before I comment. Somebody's mouth it's an explosive. It's not what it is. An explosion of flavor Grapefruit Pineapple Pineapple Pineapple changes the flavor. Nice grapefruit or Christ the question. Women say that really changes the taste. They also say that they could tell if you eat McDonald's for a week realize the AL also tastes good. No probably the worst the worse. It tastes Jesus McDonalds a week roaming doing that. As an example it was. It was a tough. Today's that arose about McDonald's. You could possibly do when you read these magazines in these studies. He's on the things that do affect the taste of your sperm Cozma. It just yeah it is. It's so hilarious to me to think that there might be a test facility like no this off duty prostitutes. Drying Ron Jeremy I because I had a friend in college his girlfriend use a Texan and make him stop and get a bottle of grapefruit juice before we go to replace awesome on her apartment. It takes effect that quick queue. GARGLED shit too. There's no shave around tonight. Get bring the great purchased is alcohol affect Yes to taste your sperm. It does fairly according to COSMO real close. Can you guys are probably fine. Can you somebody bring up an article on this. I'd like to go through the fine details intricacies the intricacies of things in your diet dieting affect your sperm. That tastes tastes tastes. I can imagine that they probably. I'm wondering if thought so alcohol is bad. It affects the taste near why. Think that I'm just talking taste. So Mountain dew kills it. All right here yes you say seem instead of sperm right to Kinsey Institute fruit especially Citrus Bananas. China's in Papayas Spices Nutmeg peppermint or Christmas time big hit Parsley Week. Grass and celery. WHO's eaten wheat? Grass some prick the flavor of semen. Oh really make it better big ups. What if I have A? PB A a an hour before game TJ is not on here. You're twelve years old. Jelly is a fruit so but on the downside cigarettes caffeine red meat onions and garlic make it tastes war tougher offer on there for the ladies with garlic vampires though. That's probably what that is apple. Celery Yogurt Grapes obscure slots. Water meant watermelon and strawberries bear ladies head explodes also. Avoid beer coffee alcohol asparagus onion Shell asparagus. Fish speakers. Nature Piss Malik bad but grilled asparagus. 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It's everything that would be in there for the chick to thrive on nutrition. Wise right so stays net egg. And it consumes whatever's in there that's exit good for you. Well I mean there's nutrition in them because the fluid has everything chick needs to develop doc but we are very similar to chicks. Were like fuck it being a check. These woods think chicken has shitty live terrible life. They need one check. Doc In fucking Foghorn Leghorn. I'll say also doubt either. He's a rooster to yes true. He's fairly racist as he's not doing well. No famous chickens. I don't I'm trying to think of well battle I got nothing fell. San Diego Chicken really fell off really. He was like this all time famous mascot in like the eighties and nine for the padres was was he actually for the padres or was he just likes big random events because big bird. You're right he kinda got attached to Gannett sick. Yeah but he started with the PADRES Games. As far as I know is that I think so. You think birds chicken good question. Probably if I had to put him in a category Giraffe Bird. No He's got that long. Speak have the chicken. That's the other strong point if you were told me to draw right now. I don't think I could do it. I could draw one without skin and feathers the rooster and that's like a Turkey. You supposed to be crank. Aren't they. White Donna Craig. The Big Bird. I see I see now. No you don't grades are white. Those yellow yellow crane right multiple colors raw. The chicken looks like Tony. You know what really rain. Aren't they wait with long. Legs mini colors right. It'd be wrong. The ones that keep Officials in their mouth Pelican. You'll see yellow cranes pictures of yellow construction because the bird doesn't exist. It doesn't sesame street does he's also a creature that lives in trash thrives so it's probably not that religiously it'll fucking crane the poorest of the fucking assessments. Nobody job with me look up with a fucking chicken. Chicken looks like Tony White with red belt. I mean I know what that type of chicken. The fierce talents. A rooster looks like Tony. Types of chicken is altered as chicken wings chicken chicken still at the same chicken a hen. What's what's the difference roosters? The male can't really was chicken and chicken. You think it's species right. Oh take that. In general Greek term ruth as a male chicken chains earlier just to be slaughtered. Pretty much rooster. I mean their brains are still Tiny circle if you WANNA be a chicken girl. The fuck up get hands. Tom's pal too bad fucking dead. You can't train the chicken if you can't train an animal you. Muslim chickens do have a cool Red Mohawk right. Yeah that looks like a raptor fucking mean to. I think there's actually a thing that they are the raptors big chicken. God Damn you're eating raptors. Lost Chick up is is your favorite favorite dinosaur fucking love it but weekends Dr Return over in his Goddamn Dude. You got to go out and get a chicken today. Hey that'd be good you think dancers were that tough like meet Liming fighting the tougher to two dollar steak either kill dinosaur. Yeah in your broad. That's I don't think they had a lot of fat add on. What are you gonNA do everything? I don't think that big guys what do you mean. I just don't think they're we're also skeletons. Look kind of weaponry you have though Spear Spear Okay Z.. Gets stuck in his throat. Did you build a severe or did you the author spirit old movie where one hundred dollars for the spirits. Life size replica on E.. Back old movies where it's like cowboys and Indians are trying to fight off if a dinosaur. It's a weird. It's a very old. Yes what's that called Museum Our Cleopatra Maybe Yeah I know what you're talking about just get tossed I think dinosaurs sham. Though in like the museum I think the real I ain't never small. They definitely had. Didn't I for like to get people in the museum. They made the bones owns. Big Companies. Norms T. REX does make sense. Do you believe in Panja. Then I actually do believe that like big dinosaur big people above voting fucking. They made them bigger. They made them wait bigger. And they're like let's it. Would you go see her business. Say Yeah he's got a point on chicken bones if you see sued the fucking Chicago Museum. That's like thirty feet tall. Yeah I'M GONNA go see that this T. Rex was one hundred eighty five feet tall. I think it's all live sham. I mean there's is no doubt about it. They have to fill in the blanks a lot because they never get like a complete skeleton right. They'll get they make up the rest now like the biggest one was an elephant because we see nothing. Nowadays High Golbright. Bigger though really died for attended Lucia di evolved to the point where they were so big they had to fucking die. Yeah they had they brought. Asteroids dyson the week attracted it they attract tried to scrap a warning for you. Shut off nick. Gravitational pool got so fucking strong because all the animals are so goddamn big. I mean let's face it. The only reason God started with the Diamond Sore. That's in what God this is my biblical theory Zoya Reason. God started with the dinosaurs so one day we would have museums. It's always there for was to lay a foundation for museums or it was like they have something to show off in these now. He did it so that he could fuck with people like trip trip over. DONOSO dinosaur bone Wednesday. What the fuck do you think it was his first creation? So he's like. Hey what what cool shit can I make the coolest today. Got Got his fastball. fastball back batch out t recognise. Everybody's happy we'll be right now. I'll take you on excavation one time yes all fake bones grand fucking big dinosaur carbon dating who there's always gas the ground. I don't understand Dan with checkmate Israel. You gotta cut into one of those bones and the ring. Check the rigs Discount the fucking guys. They're the three D. Printer fucking. Put The rings. Oh maybe the three D. printers been around for a long time. What the Celtics? Because we're making bone uh-huh how does it feel to have your argument just so thoroughly dumb. The list of questions could beat me my own game show. He's growing strong. You ooh high got my own game. I think I'm entitled Carbonated Gas. uh-huh carbons gas would digs yet. We know memorize the fucking periodic table Pal. It don't at one time a G. A.. Jesus over yeah go ahead. This is your mom to send me the phone of the wing in the airfare. Oh Nice the H. P. R. Z.. Underscored twelve dinosaurs offer. Shorts shot shot believes in witchcraft. And everything hillbillies believing she believes mayonnaise heels burns. You were to direct a James Bond movie. Who would you cast as double o seven the villain the mission all while having to drive Zito's Kia? Oh come on I love kids are vastly spirit machine. Let's not lump all Zito's drew if you're had machine guns headlights oil slick in the back. Maybe does nowhere protocol. That's been fun. Driving home in the car just die. All Right Seventy Jeff Goldblum all. That's the bad guy is Philip. Seymour Hoffman Wo- do the CGI It's it's twenty twenty. They brought. That store was fine. mm-hmm girl he's dead though the figure it out you'll be fine dead. Yeah but we'll figure it out. We'll spoiler alert at the movie. He does or the bad guy is I was just going for someone that looked like Zito. Excuse cody in early. Come on in the mission is to fucking prove that God damn dinosaur. Yeah I will play James Bond in my film Damon in Chris Hemsworth will be the villain and snap his neck in the final scene just approve. How Superior Alf? Im and the mission will be to his neck yet. I will be trying to save the wildlife population of Australia and he will be trying to destroy it. He's he'll be trying to get rid of all the rules because he's so awesome Miller is it's actually not bad My Bond Movie Has Danny McBride as the double o seven The Villain Jack Nicklaus ooh and McBride's trying to save the world from Jack Nicklaus dumping offer the gone out the EH biodegradable ball hitting real balls and destroy talk. What about you Michael B Jordan? The apology Ahmadis the bad guy. Obviously since philps dead okay very seats do do and I think Paul Giamati just going to be smashing Babes left and right who bonds trying to get dumping them doing not a mighty so who knows ending like a threesome turn really. I'm going to cash. Justin Justin Bartha side kick from National Spelling B. R. C.. His last name Bartha. Yeah UH so in. His Missions GonNa be collecting America's secrets historic missions. Smart he's going to run into. Who thinks is developing Benjamin Franklin Gates and become the best agent team to ever grace? This prequel watch that got me all right I'M GONNA go Tali Hunnam as my movie stinks. Villainous this guy came over his name but Oh opie and carrie per tears he's dead. Gary Burton the actor of Gary Chair. He died We met him. He signed the ball. Yeah that's on me. The Real Gary Football as Nice. So what was your bring back. Getting back together reboot and sons uh-huh so they're working reunion. Keep your enemies closer become friends. No one knows Charlie Hunnam the last bond movie care off. James Bond is Casey Affleck greatest actor or time where generation my villain. I'M GONNA have three and and there's three bag is Gary. Oldman Jeremy Irons and John Malkovich. It's an all star villain steep. They're they're they're actually actually all fraternal twins. They're triplets DINU. Jeremy Irons bad guys yeah. He played Alford Batmans without it. Also Hans Gruber's brother and die hard evidence and what's the show just came out with the very popular. Aw say in Fleming. He's not in the dark Lord. Also not gary through. I don't know what the what the plots going to be but it it's going to involve probably terrorism and Minor League Baseball ASCII. CF like I feel like fucking. He is the epitome of a AAA AAA second baseman. Oh consent Tibo being used to get it Tim Tebow for sure you can't. There's no speaking role. Yeah yeah security. Because he's in the background or sitting being have been no speaking role or I go James Bond is Nicholas Cage. The bad guys John Cusak love it. Basically corner to John Cusak turns on Nicholas Cage and is trying to make them go back to jail. Bernie Mac okay. See Ah Forget. Oh yeah his body found any finds out we're able the stars ving Rams trae Bitch Shimmy all that other guy. That's a lot of stuff. He's the other fed agent. Yeah with the curly. Really his own meaney as as kicker Okay Yeah it's good this comes from And eight dot. The DOT. Gre Nate the great complicated Thompkin. Okay great if you get more cornwell well done patty. If you can't answer to any single question you have what would the question be example is illuminating illuminating real. That's it maybe I missed it but anyone ever answer the fucking pen pals. Yeah we've only mentioned that about one hundred times no can't any questions. Maximum security inmates most of them McCain received mail in the story. I want to know if I am purposely every single day trying to stay alive for no goddamn reason or can I just die breaches and it all starts over again maybe a better or worse life either way big gamble big gamble I don't care magazine. Foggy Dung Beetles. If it's a worse life de eh. Yeah because Al Nil that I could just die again. It'll I'll just keep hitting reset. Would you know though the question action is I'll I'll get it tattooed on my body during the knowledge but if you abandon your body for different it's what you tattoo some. It's always on your soul. That's what I heard one point back tattoo for eternity owner girl. Do I have to keep trying to stay alive. You basically want to quit on. Everything is what you're saying. Yes good for Utah worth it. Is it worth it. That's a great question Tone Pretzel here. I'm trying to think I think that's the only question. Is it all worth it is it tough mind is a blender any questions like you only get one. It's almost like the you'll get one wish. Correct it's tough. I mean you could go for wealth. 'cause you could ask a question that might predict the future and you could just like. What's the next bunch of money on it? Yeah or what stock's GonNa go or you know who's GonNa win the Super Bowl. What's next bitcoin? By how much and you know he'd use it that way and try to get rich quick. That's that's a short sighted way to look it is see mine wasn't true answers to live mine. Was I want to know how close I've been to lifetime wealth like if I stumbled into a gas. You don't WanNa know that if I would have bought one take. That's a good way to yes. That is a soon and I know else. I've never been that close then. It's still so you would rather want to know the answer to that question instead of. Why are the winning numbers for next week's powerball you'd rather no- close? You came to hitting the lottery then using the question to hit the lottery interesting. The last must have came from my left nut right when God. Damnit Patrick Cornwell would you come them. I mean there's so many things you'd find. I know we could find out about dinosaurs. Eat We could finally find out what was your question. Sure cornwell means probably the question. I need to know most right now. This one one opened up my own Pandora's box guys. I think I'm who built the pyramids. ooh Ooh stonehenge see. I don't care what's the Bermuda Triangle water. Where did I think if it was just like? If it's just a question I would want an answer. The answer to. Let's say you you would want to know this astros thing how many people were involved. Who did it really? All the players were involved fault. Because you never going to get the answer all the questions in the world. You'll know that one I mean years was dog show. I asked the question question that every single human on this earth I think if I couldn't use it our get rich I definitely would want to ask what you know. What's the big picture like? Is there God God all that stuff. Yeah well how did we get here. We want to know that. I don't want you to advantage to have total enlightenment though versus everybody else around so if you really know why things are why they. What if it wasn't what you wanted to know? What if you just knew it was all for nothing then? Did I fucking take off one hundred mile an hour. I gotTA worry about fucking heaven or if I'M GONNA go to hell. I live my life a whole different direction. It's the key to happiness I think is knowing what's south or if it all fades the black of his team but if there is something after I did make some changes immediately. I mean. We're all going to hell so when we're GONNA make changes you can't you can't go back you can. If there's no there's no Hetero a church Celestino we if I go to a little box and I look through the fence and I say sixteen now. Mary's I'm back in heaven. If you look bad I mean how religion in Canada works. But you've ever seen devil gift actually actually mean it though. Yeah it absolutely say but I think like thousands if you get last rites before you die. Think that's like ensuring that you go to heaven as a sacrament. Good point good. Point was low testimony thing is if you test the unions but if I I I think I think boy that would really in depth question that could go a auto. Yeah I guess mine would be the first light camera. How do they know the work? You know like there was a bomb. Wasn't it original camera. Emerson bombs go off their gambling. Is this going to blow up or am I gonNA fucking awesome in the first came. This burn your Emmy Jim on some kind of film somehow something you had to set still for like four hours. I was taking pictures. Never smiled. Yeah you couldn't smoke. You can hold your smile that log. Yeah that was a painting but the original photography did Taylor. Don't think it took quite an hour. That's really why like the old West photos why nobody smiles though. Yeah because the pitcher would take so long. They also thought their souls being stolen stolen. What if there's what a camera would shoot out a fireball at them blow? Oh Oh my God they get the photo after I saw that in the Million ways to die. Yeah good movie nights. AW AW show on spike scares. That would scared. That was better than that movie. That movie did stink. No it didn't and I would like to know how many people have killed somebody so like. When I walked down the street I would like it to be displayed on their forehead? Only to me if they've killed someone in who they've killed. ooh along the bottom of the Aaron Hernandez OJ. He doesn't have enough room is for and that's the murder joke live. Dennis Sanssouci is doing right Um I want to know actually I want to know how many times he's done that in his life. Oh you use it to like What happened to park because because if you have that knowledge new could go prove it can be on that putting that together give Ted talk? I think a lot of questions to be answered aliens. JFK J. Offer who will pay seven to Patricia Cornwell rockets. I'll be half a Me Bailey Tie Patty Cornwall. We love you. We thank you so much for listening the

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The Morning Routine | Just Melissa

Do The Thing, with Whole30's Melissa Urban

49:29 min | 7 months ago

The Morning Routine | Just Melissa

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Now, just go to butcher box, dot com slash do the thing and start your subscription today. That's butcher box dot com slash do the thing to start your monthly subscription and don't forget to add the whole thirty approved sugar-free Bacon to your first your box. I. My name is Melissa Urban, and you're listening to do the thing a podcast where we explore what's been missing every time. You've tried to make a change and make it stick. Today. I'm talking all about mine morning routine. For those of you who know me person or through Instagram, you'll know my morning routine is nothing short of sacred and I really do work the rest of my life around making sure I can meet my early morning priorities. I've structured my routine to start my day on an intentional and positive note to reduce or at the very least not add more stress to my life and tackle the things that make the biggest impact on my mental and physical health. Obviously, over the years, my routine has shifted to accommodate my life and expanded as I've discovered new impactful self care practices. The birth of my morning routine started over twenty years ago when I was fresh out of Rehab for drug addiction and decided to start going to the gym in the morning before work. But my current morning routine really evolved ten years ago when I quit my full time job and started working for myself. I experienced two years of major burn out before realizing the power that came with studying priorities and intense analogy and boundaries around how I. Start My day today, all share the evolution of my morning routine. What how, and why I do what I do every morning. Now, why there is no one size fits all routine that works equally well for everyone and how you can start to create your own morning routine. Had One before this podcast is all about making change stick and I think you'll find there are small changes to the way you start your day that will bring you enormous gifts in the form of physical health, mental health, focus, creativity, calm centered energy, and stress resilience as you go about your day. Let's start by talking about my morning routine. Back in two thousand I had just come out of Rehab for my drug addiction, and I knew that I needed to make some significant changes to basically everything in my life in order to maintain my recovery. That was when I started going to the gym every day. I started with the idea that a healthy person with healthy habits exercises. I worked in nine to five job at the time, which was more like a seven thirty or eight am to four thirty or five PM job. And I knew that after my workday I was always pretty tired and I figured if I wanted to make going to the gym, a habit I needed to get out of the way. Early, I didn't know anything about willpower at this point or the science of habit and change I didn't realize that willpower was highest first thing the morning. So anything that felt physically or emotionally or mentally daunting. There's a management theory that you should tackle that I in your day when willpower is highest and you can give yourself a big. Big. Win Put the hardest thing behind you. I didn't know any of that I just thought I want to start going to the gym and unhealthy person would get up early in the morning to go to the gym. So I would wake up at five am and I had about a forty minute commute to work, but I found a gym right near my office. So I would get super early be out the door in twenty minutes. Strive to the gym get my workout in then I, would go to the office take. Take a shower, get dressed me my post workout shake and I would start my day by about seven thirty or eight o'clock I think starting with this routine served me. Well, for a couple of reasons. The first thing is that it forced me to really think about what I needed to do to make this morning routine successful. So the night before I would get all of my clothes for work ready. I would lay out all of my gym clothes right down to my underwear and socks in the spare room I would. Would get my lunch ready and pack up all of my snacks and anything. I wanted to take to the office because I knew that if I had to stop and prep stuff in the morning like five am it would probably derail the entire routine. So forcing myself to think about what do I need to be successful with us was really really helpful. There's another piece to this too that I wanna mention because it is something that I have maintained sense day one. So for the last twenty years, I don't hit snooze. I decided that if I was going to go to the gym in the morning and I wanted to get as much sleep as I could. I was just going to have to go to bed early enough that when the alarm went off, I would immediately turn it off and get up and go. There was no snoozing for nine minutes because nine minutes turned into eighteen minutes, which then meant. I. Really didn't have enough time. Time for a good workout and more often than not, I would just want to skip. So that was one of the pieces of my morning routine is the alarm would go off. There would be no snooze. I did not deviate from this once not once, I'm very much a Gretchen Rubin Upholder Aena Graham Type Eight. When I say I'm going to do something I, do it. So the alarm goes off, do not hit. Hit. Snooze. I. Go Straight to the GYM, get my workout in, and that was my morning routine for about ten years until two, thousand, ten when I quit my full time job to take hold thirty full-time, my co founder and I had been doing whole thirty stuff nights and weekends for the better part of a year and a half, and it finally came time to pull the trigger and see if we could make. Make. It work as a full-time thing however, with that came an incredible amount of freedom around Bhai schedule and also an incredible amount of I dunno rigidity or internal expectation. So when you work for yourself, there's no star time. There's no end time you work when you choose to work, which can feel really really freeing. But at the same time, I felt like I was under this obligation for probably the first two years. To answer every email, the second at came and be responsive. Even if it was ten o'clock at night and I found myself waking up in the morning jumping on my phone and my laptop immediately in my day and getting rolling into work mode because I felt like everyone else deserved my time and attention whenever they wanted it. Obviously a major role for entrepreneurial burnout and it wasn't until I was probably two years into for myself. I was settled here. In Salt Lake, city. I was main lining caffeine. I was super stressed. I was really anxious. It was like I was on this hamster wheel where. Where the harder I worked the more work I thought I had to do and the harder I had to work to do it and I did not know how to get off at some point. I just had a reckoning had a little intervention and I realized that I was digging myself and my own health into the ground in the name of health and wellness with the way that I was structuring my own day. There was no one to blame in this situation. But myself and mind you I was still going to the gym in the morning. I was still working out five days A. A week, but I was it was more catches, catch, could I would get on email. I'd get on my laptop, I'd worked for a bit and when I had like a natural break in my work is when I would go to the gym and when I would have breakfast, it was just no longer the priority of my morning something had shifted, and if the thing that I put I in the morning is the thing I'm telling myself is the most important than what I was telling myself is random demands from strangers on the Internet is more important than the things that I know fill up. Up My own cup and obviously that was not okay. Not Sustainable. So I made a couple changes and I did a couple things gave up caffeine that was a rough one. But I gave it up cold Turkey, and I began carving out what was to become my morning routine for the next ten years right up through today, which is I don't open my phone I. Don't look at social media. I. Don't look at Email I. don't open my laptop I. Don't do any work whatsoever until I've gone to the gym or done my workout whether that's a yoga class or like a short hike. I decided to do that because the act of opening my iphone or opening my laptop or my email was making me feel like the day was running me instead of me running the day immediately felt pressure I felt obligation. One simple email could lead to an hour of work in terms of research or a response I. Never knew where the Act of opening my phone was going to take me and that just meant that I was completely out of control of the most important part of my day, which is how I wake up. So I decided that from now on. Going to start work until ten M., I would get up, I would go to the gym. I would come home, take a shower breakfast, and then it was going to start to work. Now, I could do this because I worked for myself I, didn't have a boss who expected me in an office at a specific time, but I'm betting there are a lot of entrepreneurs out there who were like, I could never do this. I have clients, I have comments to respond to I have obligations. I have team members. Here's a little secret that I learned early on. On in my entrepreneuring career, people will take as much as you are willing to give, and it's not a bad thing. It's just human nature. But as an entrepreneur, you need to figure this out fast, and if you don't acknowledge this or set your own boundaries around it, what it means is that you are going to allow everybody else your customers, your clients total strangers on the Internet, people in your DM's and people in your emails to dictate the flow of your day. Instead of you being the one to set boundaries and our rails around their expectations. So. Once, I just decided that I was going to create this morning routine and not start working until ten. I just started conditioning everyone in my life that I didn't start working until ten. I wouldn't take a meeting before ten am I wouldn't schedule a call before ten. AM obviously, they were exceptions if I was on book tour, if I was flying or travelling there would be. But the majority of my day to day I started telling people I'm available at. At Ten am mountain or later and guess what it was fine. In fact, I don't think most people even noticed. So what I got to do was carve out that section that most important section of my day back to me in a way that didn't have a negative impact on anything else in. gave me so many benefits and filled me up so so much. It was hands down the best move that I could have made in terms of my entrepreneur courier. So, this new morning routine which lasted for awhile looks like this I would wake up in the morning. I would not hit snooze, I would get dressed in brush, my teeth I'd go straight to the gym I'd spend about an hour at the gym on my way home, I would grab a coffee. DECAF from the local coffee shop, I'd have a little car dance party I'd get home, take a quick shower, eat my breakfast or my post workout meal, and then I would open my phone and my laptop and I would start my day. And, then I had a baby. and. That was probably the most challenging event in terms of a morning routine and feeling like I had structure to my day. Again, I was lucky in that I worked for myself and I didn't have to figure out how to navigate a nine to five job and those hourly expectations around my baby. But my baby did not care about my schedule. He didn't care about my desire to work out in the morning or sleep eight hours a night or have an hour of uninterrupted time to take breakfast and have a shower in the morning. He did not care about any of that. And I think those I like the first year was such a blur in part because his dad and I were in the process of separating and also in part because I was just so incredibly sleep deprived. But I did the Best I. could to get out in the morning. You wake up with him, get out in the morning I went for a Lotta walks with him I would put him in a backpack and go for a hike. Sometimes, his dad would stay with him while I go to the gym. I was very graceful with myself in terms of my morning routine with a newborn because you had. Had to be there was nothing else you could do, and still I recognize that if I had the opportunity to get out and move before, I started my work day I. Took it. Because again that started my day off on the right foot. I felt like I was being intentional and I felt like I was being proactive about setting the tone for my day. Once my son got older and we were in an established custody situation. He was old enough to actually enjoy the daycare at the gym, and at this point I had a full time nanny for him so that I could work during the day. That's really where the current morning routine that I'm in right now solidified, and it's where I took what I had been doing and started adding onto it i. think after my divorce when I was living by myself, I found so much comfort in adding even a bit more structure and a bit more What's the word I'm looking for? Like tidiness to my morning routine? The basics were still the same I was still waking up in the morning going to do a movement session and getting breakfast in before I started work. But my routine was different on weeks that I had my son versus weeks that I didn't, and over the course of the next few years, I would slowly add. Add things to my routine self care practices that I. discovered were so incredibly valuable for my mental health and my stress resilience that it just felt like I had to fit them in somewhere. They were that important and I already had a solid morning routine down. So why don't I just stick them in there. The best part about these additions. As you'll see his that they really didn't add any additional time to my routine, and that's going to be one of the tips I talk about later on in the episode. Anyway, let me take you through a typical morning routine now, and I'll go through what I do when I have my son and what I do when I don't. I start my day every day between six and six thirty, my body. I haven't used alarm clock in years. Not since I had my son, my body just wakes up at that time every single day. No matter what time zone in. No matter. What time I go to bed, which is kind of unfortunate. But it's like I have this built in alarm clock. So I wake up. Up. Every morning my day starts and I don't hit the equivalent of snooze meaning once. I. Wake up and look at what time it is, and I'm like, Oh, it's six thirteen I just get right out of bed and the first thing I. Do the second my feet hit. The floor is like turnaround and I make my bed I do that before I do anything in the. The morning, I was not a making my bad person growing up. My mom is still amazed that I do this every morning, but there's something about waking up and making my space. Nice and neat taking one proactive motion in the morning to make a space that is designed to be peaceful. Look peaceful again. So after I make my bed I jumped straight into a cold shower you. You have heard me talk about this. A number of times. I did a whole podcast episode on it. I've talked about it on instagram. This is a relatively new addition to my morning routine I started this in February of twenty twenties. So it's been about six months but I immediately upon waking, turn my shower onto lukewarm like not even lukewarm. That would be generous. It's cold. and. I will turn the water as cold as it will go and I currently stay in that shower for anywhere from like four to eight minutes one or two songs depending on how long I feel like saying it. This has been one of the most impactful additions to my morning routine. It is better than caffeine in terms of making me feel energized and clear headed and giving me a mood boost. It helps me with stress resilience during the day and I love the feeling of getting out of that cold shower and allowing my body to warm itself back up. So, cold shower is a new part of my morning routine, and if you want to hear all of the details, you can go to my cold showers with Ed, Sheeran podcast episode from a few weeks ago, and this is where my morning routine will deviate based on whether I do or do not have my son. If I don't have my son, then I get out of my cold shower, get dressed to go to the gym I. Feel my water bottle, get all my stuff ready and within twenty minutes, I am out the door to. To Go to the gym, and whether I'm actually going to the gym or working out at home or going for a walk or going for a hike, whatever that looks like I'm moving pretty quickly. I spend about seventy, five, ninety minutes in my movement session every morning. Now I do this because I love it is them spend two hours at the gym on a weekend. I will be in there forever, just like rolling around and stretching and mobilizing and playing with new exercises. I, happen to absolutely love spending that amount of time Jim. Not Necessary for you to maintain your health or fitness to be in the gym for that. Long. This is the part where everyone's morning routine is going to look a little different and you need to make sure that your routine serves you. I am able to get up early enough on the weeks that I don't have my son and get out to the gym so that I can spend an hour and a half doing whatever I WANNA do is part of my movement and still be at desk at a reasonable time. I smell good. 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That's native Deodorant Dot Com Promo Code Doodo thing for twenty percent off your first purchase. Now my movements in this is another mission critical part of my morning routine something. I added about two years ago I. Then immediately post workout, sit down in the gym usually on the turf off to the side where people are stretching. And I will do my mind, right meditation session. I've also talked about mind right a practice I learned from my Fred Todd McCullough in another do the thing podcast episode from Season One, it's essentially a four part self guided meditation done immediately following a workout or a movement session, and it's designed to kind of help you process some of the big stressors or the big feelings that you are experiencing through the movement. I. Such that by the time, you sit down to actually do this meditation process. You're a little more calm, a little more grounded and you can drop in more deeply. There are four parts that I just go through in my head. The first part is gratitude the. The second is where you lift someone up. The third is where you set your intention for the day. In the fourth, I just sit quietly and listen to the sounds of the gym around me. I don't spend any set time here. I also don't time it. I just sit with my eyes closed in the middle of the gym meditating for as long as I feel like I. Need to to achieve whatever you know connection to the universe. I feel like, I, need to achieve on that day and I found that just that small piece adding that small piece to my morning routine, really set the tone for the rest of my day if I was still stressed at all. All after my workout, if I left my workout thinking about I have to do this for work and it's going to be challenging or and procrastinating on this task having that buffer between working out and going straight into work both of which are relatively high energy events for me having this space of calm and peacefulness in the middle with this meditation practice proved really transformative for my mental health, my mood and the amount of stress capacity I had so adding that was a huge part of my morning routine, and when I'm done, I get up I go home I either stop on the way home for an iced. DECAF. Coffee or I will make a DECAF or mud water. Water. When I get home, I'll take another shower. If I needed just a quick one, sometimes hot, sometimes cold I will make my breakfast and eat that, and then I'm sitting down at my desk to work, and if I'm getting up at six fifteen, I'm at the gym by no. Later than seven I can be at my desk by nine thirty, no problem, and still have that stuff done that in my mind is the perfect morning. I mean maybe a little bit more perfect. If I woke up at like five and went for an epic ten mile hike, but I can't do that most mornings. So for my Monday through Friday day to day this is perfect morning routine. Now. It looks a little bit different. If I have my son if I have my son, I, still start off the morning waking up naturally between six and six, thirty, I still make my bed. I take my cold shower and then I will spend time with him before going to the gym. Actually have about an hour and a half in the morning where I make him breakfast, we play card games or board games we. Don't even know what we do. We'll play Lego will build puzzles until I, take him to school in normal times, and then once I take him to school. That's when I drop him off. I go to the gym and the rest of my morning commences on weeks when I have my son, I'm not sitting down until closer to ten thirty, but I'm still sitting down at a reasonable time and play in my schedule on the weeks when I have my son. So I don't start any meetings until probably closer to ten thirty, and that's what my morning routine has looked like basically for the last six years, that is until Cova. So in March when the pandemic hit everything kind of happened at once my kids stop going to school towards the end of. March. My Gym Shutdown, and we took on this shelter in please on our own way earlier than my state did which meant that we were essentially just staying home and I had to figure out how I was going to maintain this morning routine. That was so important to me with this changing landscape with my son, not in school with him home with me in the morning and with me not having a gym to go to. The good thing about establishing a morning routine in times of ease when things feel not super stressful and pretty quote normal is that when the poop does hit the fan, you've got this already established habit to lean on and it made transitioning, during Cova Super, easy for me. As soon as I realized that I wasn't going to have access to my gym, I went out into my garage where I had. Scattered throughout my filthy cold garage, a bunch of different workout equipment that I had accumulated over the years I hate working out at home. It is never been something that I've chosen to do, but I thought, well, if I don't have access to a gym, I'm going to have to figure out what to do here. It turns out I had quite a bit of equipment. So I kind of cobbled it together unrolled a brand new Yoga Mat I. swept out my garage and I figured out. Okay. If I can't go to the gym, I can workout. Workout here. Now, I have to figure out what to do with my kid because I still wanNA spend forty five minutes to an hour in my movement session every morning, and he is at seven, definitely old enough to entertain himself. But we really needed to find a solution where he was occupied really well, and I still felt like I had the presence to be able to drop into that morning routine. The way that I needed to listen to me parents. This is not selfish. How many times do I have to say that we have to pay. I if I got my morning routine in. If I did my mind right meditation session. I was a better parent. When I came out, I had more patients. I have more tolerance. I had more grace. I had a better mood. I had more energy. So it was equally important to both of us that figure out how to maintain this routine, and that means my kid is getting on his IPAD. It was not ideal I wish that there was another activity that would keep him equally as entrenched and occupied. So I could get my forty five minutes of movement and meditation in, but there isn't. So, he would play a game. He would watch an episode of patrol. He would bring the ipod out to the garage and Kinda. Sit with me and hang out while I did my workout. And it was fine I. Let that be good enough. We were in the middle and we still are of a global pandemic and we're all just figuring out how to make it work. So my morning routine looked basically the same, I would get up. I, would make my bed I would go into my cold shower. I would get dressed instead of going to the gym. I would now go out into my cold dirty garage very often. My son would bundle up and come out there and join me and I would get my workout in and it. It wasn't a seventy five or ninety minute workout. It was typically closer to forty or forty five minutes. But I was still getting it done and I would sit and do my mind right meditation session, and even if he interrupted me seventeen times or shot nerf darts at me as I was meditating, which has happened many times I, still got the practice. Then on when I was done, we would go inside together. We would eat breakfast we play our games and then his nanny would come over and at around him I would start my work day. I think the point is that we will always be subject to these changes. These life changes whether we get a new job or have a partner move in or we all experience, this global pandemic, the morning routine has to be flexible. It can't be so rigid that if one piece of it can't be accomplished or can't be accomplished in the way that you originally intended yes scrap. Scrap the whole thing that's not the effectiveness of the routine, and that's not how it works learning to create this structure around your morning and also be flexible around it and understand that showing up is the win, not checking off every single box in the most perfect way is going to be really helpful for you. As you think about crafting your own morning routines, I'll also say. Say that the fact that I had such an established routine, already, deeply ingrained. Made it very, very easy for me simply to pivot, there was never a question of am I going to still work out in the morning or do my mind right in the morning. My Still GonNa take my cold showers that was never the question. The question was always okay. How are we going to? To get this done. Even if it looks a little bit different and I, honestly feel like that versatility and flexibility and resilience carries over into other areas of my life and what I've discovered is that I can really play around with some of the pieces in this routine of my workout was just a stretching session if I just went for a walk instead if it was A. A rest day and I didn't get my workout in as long as the rest of the structure of that routine is in place. I still feel like I'm starting off my day with intention analogy with purpose, and that's really the power of creating your own morning routine. Whatever that looks like it is about waking up and deciding that you are going to start your day in the. The way that serves you best. It's also about prioritizing the things that you know, serve you the most. But that you tend to run out of time or energy four as your day goes on, you know things like journaling a gratitude practice, a movement session. These things are so easy to put off. Once we get into the hustle and bustle of our day today saying to yourself. Yourself. These are now part of my morning routine means that you're prioritizing them to the degree that you ensure. They always get done, and that's important because these are the things that you yourself have identified as the most impactful in terms of your physical health, your mental health, your mood, your energy, your centeredness, or your grounding, and when you wake up and you launch into this morning. Morning routine, which very quickly becomes a matter of habit when you launch into it, you are reaffirming in your own mind I. AM important. I, am worthy I am worth taking this time that I have carved out for myself to start my day the way that I choose, and that's a really powerful message to send to yourself. First thing in the morning before you begin your day. I feel like this is not the first time you've heard of the power of morning routine because this is one of the most common questions you ask me about and you're probably sold on the idea of creating your own morning routine to start your day off. Right. I. Also know that I mentioned the fact that I had an established morning routine. made it really easy to transition in the advent of this global pandemic? However, the fact that you didn't have one before now means that. That now is literally the perfect time to start who couldn't use a little more energy focus productivity and stress resilience in the middle of this incredibly stressful time. Now is the perfect time to start that morning routine. Give yourself a little bit more capacity and practice just showing up for yourself every single morning. But I, feel like the reason more people don't proactively craft their own morning routine is i. think maybe two reasons first, they feel like someone else's routine has to work for them. them or that there's one perfect routine like mine where if that's not something you can follow or if that just doesn't sound like it would work for you. It's kind of not worth doing, and that's not at all the case. There's a really wonderful book that I read last year called my morning routine by Jamin spall and Michael Zander and one of the things that this book illustrated for me is that there are a zillion different morning routines that work equally well for different people. People and the way they have the book structured. It's morning routines for parents, morning routines for entrepreneurs, morning routines for people who work nine to five. They've grouped it kind of by category so that you can see all of the different ways that different people employ the idea of a morning routine around the rest of their life in a way that works for them. I loved reading this book because it helped me to realize that I can create my morning routine anyway I want. The other thing that I think tends to happen is that we can get really intimidated looking at other people's morning routines, and we feel like if ours isn't as extensive or aspirational or hardcore that we're not doing it, right. You know you'll read about the businessman who wakes up at three forty five to get a jump start on email. Then makes the power smoothie and goes for an eight mile run or the wellness influence who rises before the Sun. Sun Reads. A book by candlelight until the Sun comes up and meditates for forty five minutes to start her day. That's a real morning routine. I read no shade that sounds amazing. Or you'll read the super extensive morning routine where they wake up, take a cold shower. Do Ninety minutes of movement. Do their red light therapy? Learn a little bit of a language. Make a home cooked breakfast, make that bulletproof coffee, and then spend an hour writing creatively. Creatively. And we feel like if we can't match the or equal that that are morning routine isn't valid and nothing could be further from the truth. The point is there is no one-size-fits-all. There is no list of check boxes that you have to take off to make sure that your morning routine counts and something is better than nothing. The other thing I'll say is this. If you say to yourself I, don't have a morning routine. You're wrong you do. Do, have a morning routine. You're just not running it. Your morning routine is I wake up and I flip open my phone and whatever happens to catch my visions me off and running or up when my kid like prize my eyes open and whatever their demands are. That's what sends me often running. You have a routine, you just may not be in charge of it in which case it may not be serving you as best as it could. So. Here's the part where I start helping you craft your own perfect morning routine, and the first thing I want you to do is sit down and think about which tasks or practices behaviors would feel the best for you. First thing in the morning, and if you're not sure maybe the way to go about it is, what are some ways that I wake up right now that make me feel really crappy. Maybe it's the fact that you are never in charge of your own wake up that. Your kids always do that for you. Maybe it's the fact that you automatically reach for. For, your phone first thing in the morning or automatically turn on the TV or news or Sports Center, and that makes you feel like you're not being proactive with your day. It's just as important to think about the things you want to exclude from your morning. As the things you want to include, make a short list right down three to five things that if you could accomplish every morning would make you feel like you're starting the day off right and back twenty years ago when I was first reestablishing myself post Rehab as a healthy person with healthy habits, the way I. I crafted this list was to ask myself what a healthy person with healthy habits do this first thing in the morning, what a healthy person rollover and immediately grabbed their foam. Probably, not what a healthy person wake up just a little bit earlier to do a journaling practice or a gratitude practice. Yeah. You probably would, and maybe that framework could help you think about what your mornings could look like based on your growth mindset and the kind of person you want to reflect to yourself as you start your day and there's a huge list of things that you can pick from. From going through other people's morning, routines may be doing a google search reading the book. My morning routine will give you a lot of great ideas things that you'll see over and over include gratitude practice journaling, meditation a movement session, making your bed, taking a cold shower or reading a little bit of a book. These are all very common practices in successful people's morning routines and I don't mean successful like they make a lot of money or they have fame. I mean successful like they get it done every single morning and it really adds to their mental health and their capacity. Once, you've identified your list. Now, I want you to be realistic about the time that you have in the morning and how you might get those things done. So if a movement session is part of your list, if you think to yourself man if I could just get up and move a little bit every morning, I would feel so much better about how I started my day. Now, I want you to look at. Okay. How can I? I, carve out time to make that happen in what would it look like I want you to break out of the rigidity of to the gym here. Eight quote movement session can look like anything from getting up and taking the dog for a walk or going for a walk around the block with your kids doing ten minutes of Sun Salutations as soon as you wake up to getting in your car driving to a gym and working. Working out for ninety minutes. Maybe you want to have an hour and a half in your day to go to the gym and get a session in, but that's just not reasonable. Given your other family and work obligations. The point isn't if I can't do it perfectly, I won't do it at all. Ask Yourself, how can I meet this internal goal of moving in the morning in a way that both suits my schedule and still feels good. Good, maybe you're doing a twenty minute, t MAC workout with your kids in the morning like I do in my garage, maybe it's waking up and cranking out twenty pushups right then and there, which takes a minute. A healthy person with healthy habits would absolutely get out of bed and do some push ups or do some squads or do some. Sit ups, check that box mission accomplished. Remember you can make this, look any way you want. Another tip is looking at the items on your list in thinking about, can I add this into the routine I already have, for example, you probably take a shower every morning. Can you do your gratitude practice in the shower, use the time that you spend in the shower and either meditate on or? Were flagged on three things. Your grateful for in that moment. Can you practice stress resilience in your shower by changing your normally hot shower to a cold shower or doing a contra shower or adding two minutes of cold at the end of your shower? Can you replace something you were doing with something new? So instead of getting out of bed and reaching for your phone getting sucked in for a couple of minutes, can you instead journal for three minutes and make your bet? So, not all of these practices need to add minutes to your morning routine. Some of them can just be slotted in effortlessly around what you're already doing especially if there are some things in your routine that you're taking out like looking at your phone or turning on the news and getting lost in the news cycle for ten to fifteen minutes. Now, let's talk about the phone for a minute. Because I, guarantee most people without a structured morning routine are waking up and getting on their phones pretty darn quickly. There are examples of morning routines that I have read where people say you know I. I feel better. If I wake up inches glance through my emails right away that way I kinda know what's coming up and it makes me feel a little bit more relaxed. That is not the norm based on the research that I've done. So here is my challenge to you. If the only thing you do to set up this morning routine is say no phone in the morning for the first half hour of my day or no phone until I've got not a bad taking a shower brush, my teeth and had my breakfast I would be shocked if setting boundary around that incoming energy. Energy didn't have a profound effect on how your morning began and honestly I bet you'll find if you take that away, you will discover a wealth of time. Okay. Maybe not a wealth, but at least ten or fifteen minutes in your morning that you can now slot with things that feel far more rejuvenating and refreshing. The important thing to is that your morning routine might take five minutes, it might take a minutes, it might take three hours. There's no one size fits all, and if you only have ten minutes or fifteen minutes in your morning. Awesome work with that, trust me when I say. Say. That even just changing up the first five minutes of my morning switching from rolling over and looking at my phone to waking up making my bed and taking a four minute cold shower made an enormous impact on how I felt and how I started my day and my energy and my mood. You don't need a lot of time I promise you that the conscientious act of deciding exactly how you are going to begin your day. Even if that's just the first few minutes of your day will have a tremendous positive impact on the rest of your day. Just trust me on this. Now I. Recognize that not everyone is a morning person and I also recognize that some of your day start really already because like me, you have children having a kid can be one of the most stressful starts to the day. You Wake up whenever they decide you up, you wake up to whatever needs they happen to have in that moment and the moment you open. Open your eyes. Your Day does not belong to you. It belongs to this tiny human. So one of the common practices I've seen one of the most common pieces of advice is, can you carve ten to fifteen minutes out of that morning before the child wakes you up before somebody needs you for something that is just for you, the parents specifically that I have. Have talked to who have said. You know I've started waking up a little extra religious to get a little me time in the morning have said that it's been incredibly impactful. But what this means is that you might start having to go to bed a little bit earlier and this kind of ties into what I said at the very beginning of the podcast where. Where I had to think about how I could set myself up for success the night before this is a really good time now that you have your list and you've thought about where you can carve out time to create this morning routine and how you'll carve out time to now ask yourself, what can I do the night before to set myself up for success. Success. If you WANNA, Start Waking Up ten to fifteen minutes earlier than your kids that means going to bed ten to fifteen minutes earlier. So what practices can you employ to make sure that that happens reliably if you want a journal in the morning, make sure that your journal and a pen and a glass of water are set out by your bed to make that. That easy. So you don't have to go digging for a pen first thing in the morning, if you WanNa do session and that's going to be sun salutations are a few push ups. Make sure a Yoga Mat and your towel a right by your bed or on your deck or wherever you're going to do that thinking about how to pre commit to this morning. Morning routine. That's the technical habit term the night before make sure that a when you get outta bed, it's effortless to roll right into the routine that you've outlined for yourself and be helps you solidify even the night before I'm a healthy person with healthy habits. Look at me. Healthy Person With Healthy Habits, rolling out my yoga. Mat for the morning getting my gratitude. Gratitude Journal ready for the morning going to bed just a little bit earlier. So I can wake up and have that me time in the morning. These are very powerful signals that we are sending to ourselves that we are worth this self care practice and don't underestimate the value of these sub-conscious messages repeated over and over and over again as the days go on. Another thing I'd encourage you to do is ask for help I know as a mom and as a formerly single mom it. Now, a mom who has a ton of help in my partner. It's still really hard for me to say, Hey, can you hang out with him for half an hour? So I can get some stuff done I still feel like I want to and have to do everything myself, and if you're a parent in the morning, sit down with your Copay, your partner, your roommate, whoever helps you out and say, Hey. Hey I'm going to start to get up ten minutes earlier. So I have a little time in the morning. I'm going to go in the back room and do a little meditation and journaling if the kids come in while I'm there I need you to run point. I will come out when I'm done. Can you do that for me ask for help so that you can both accomplish your needs and start your days off on the right foot. Especially as a parent trust me, it makes a huge difference in how mornings go. And if you are a single parent and you don't have help and cove is making it a lot harder for you to hire help or let your parents come in and take over, remember. All you need is a few moments to start your day with intention -ality. How can you gift that to yourself among your other responsibilities? Even if it's just a few? Few moments upon up, even if it's sticking your kid in a pack and play in the bathroom while you take your cold shower, whatever that looks like showing yourself some grace. But starting your day with a conscientious practice of paying yourself, I will add up and it will make a difference to yourself to your mental health and to your capacity as a parent. Finally treat this like any other self experiment. You know that I'm a huge fan of self experimentation and you can play around with bits and pieces of your morning routine to see what ads, the most value how things could be tweaked. Maybe you make your bed for a week and then you stop making it for a week and you see if you notice a difference maybe. Maybe making your doesn't have to be part of your morning routine, maybe waking up and doing some gentle yoga movements versus a t Mac, twenty high intensity workout feels different might feel better or it might feel not as good. You can add things, you can take things away. You can change the duration. You can change the location play around with all of these different factors until. Until you arrive at a routine that feels really good to you, and then it's all about consistency. Do your best to settle into that routine in some iteration, somedays might look different maybe longer maybe shorter, maybe you don't work out every single day, but hold the space around that routine four you and show up for yourself consistently over and over and over again until it becomes. Becomes automatic and tell it becomes a habit until it becomes so ingrained that in periods of stress or difficulty or in the middle of a global pandemic, there's no question as to whether or not. You are going to continue this self care practice. It's just something you do because you're a healthy person with healthy habits who pays themselves first and prioritizes your own self care. So I've just given you some tips based on my own research for creating your own morning routine and I hope that you got some inspiration and a few great ideas and maybe some resources from episode, I would love to hear about your current morning routine, the new morning routine that you're going to create after listening to this episode or some of the changes you're going to make. Make based on what you've heard here, and if you need some help crafting your own perfect morning routine, hit me up I would love to help you figure out how to fit in what you want to fit in or which pieces might be the most valuable for you. You can find me on Instagram Melissa. You leave a comment on this episode post or send me a DM. Thanks for joining me today on. Do the thing, you can continue the conversation with me at Melissa you on Instagram. 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Ep. 88: July 18th - We are Very Very Hot

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22:36 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 88: July 18th - We are Very Very Hot

"Uh good after give hey bro rats the podcast four degenerates by degenerates. It is todd McCullough's. That's not I I'm. I'm Tony Dick's. That's who speaking to my right is todd mccombs. That's me I'm speaking my way left. A lot of hours left is guppy guppy. How are we buddy good? How are we doing boys? Awesome saved ourselves. Yesterday was look. Hey Nice sort of a lot of randolph on the action APP where Talknet do yep there and then we ended up five three and one could have been six three and one the yankees raise got rained out so that's gets pushed to today a little fun fact there. I'm still go with the Yankees and Diego Bingo. Herman Not Diego stupid stupid a little off today. I told toddler before we came in here. I had a national chicken sandwich yesterday. Apparently they marinated in helping juices just for twenty four hours before eight it. I know that after eight it boys the stomach in butthole having a rough morning not that you guys needed to know that the gut funk so you gotta work out in this morning though yeah yeah you know what you came into town you inspire out you hawk inspired me. I've taken inspiration <hes> straight to the straight to the trip to the Dome Doing Summer Bod Ready by about mid October Yip. I figured <hes> I have to be in shape football season. Okay that makes sense <hes> because once football season starts they slippery slope downhill my it is there's not a lot of good doering. Football's can't get you eat salad while you're watching a football game lot of beers a lot of pizza and guess what there's football on Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday. That's almost it's almost as early do so college football now. I don't know I noticed fifty yesterday to N._F._l.. And College starts like a week before so probably not thirty if I were to guess over under thirty July August eighteenth does not is not win College Football College football the true opening weekend of college football is Labor Day weekend <hes> last year and I think this year again. There's always a game like the week before in Australia <hes> but I don't know if that's happening again. I probably should know that as the host of the show brought we'll be ready for it though that's all me can good nice and trampoline machine. It's good to get lead right before you put it all. I heard it's really good for your body if you lose thirty pounds and then gained eight thirty pounds every single year through the right side we do how many N._F._l.. Games are we're going to do on Fridays. What do you mean like how many we gonNA pick all right one? I don't know fucking sixteen. I love them beautiful. I'm okay we'll do our best pets <hes> and then you have some leads in the news some games where you're staying away. I'm we'll probably talk about all sixty if I if I guess if you're GonNa lay off of one you're probably going to want to say why yeah exactly yeah I mean I'm sure the schedule will change a little bit in the fall with probably I assume so <hes> but you know I mean we're GonNa talk about every single game because there's people who want information on every single game for sure it's N._F._l.. What are we talking Gobi Gobi? Let's go why just kind of question all right the right side last night Arizona. I five who's pick was that he ended up. It was mine easy win fourteen to three after five Diego. I five minutes the half who's pick raise your hand yeah that implants Andrey's nice w they're almost almost a no no paddock is back. He's back Oakland Note. Did you know they got Paddock for Fernando Rodney years ago from the Marlins hilarious thing about the Marlins if they had let's just off the top of my head not enough research to do a complete thing but if they had paddock and they had gene Kernen for all right be Fernandez Giancarlo Stanton our friend with brewers who for some reason his name is slipping me yell at thank you Christian Yelich I mean that's a solid start to team to solve their `instead. Jeeter came down sold everyone to the Yankees destroyed the entire franchise in here. We are <unk> feeders Oakland. I five mine is the half raise your hand boy todd good w there thanks in Colorado. I think this is you gumby. I five push push. That's fine. We'll take pushes. Some idiot took the under thirteen and a half in Colorado and San Francisco. They scored twenty runs in the game. That's hand up that one was. Is On me monster game played in the air. Blame there on that little very fucking. They're fucking Fin Cincinnati. I five plus a half. I think a few of us were on that one <music>. I'M GONNA save still on the right because if it was today I make that exact same bat again and that's on the right side isn't about it was only to well. I was only to Atlanta I five if money's the half they were down to well. That's okay <hes> Saint Louis six five congrats Dodd. Thanks Buddy you want even I gave ships. Sorry sorry about your your buckles that happens <hes> not a great start post all-star break but they'll be back my reds. That's what did they do. Buck does battle <HES> and over ten medicine <hes> twins we got to eighteen runs their great for Tony All right Oh and the game that didn't happen got rained out or whatever <hes> like I said earlier the Yankees and raise <hes> <hes>. I'm a little worried. That got changed day game. I don't know how the pictures are GonNA react but I'm still doing with the eggs in that one <hes> but that leads us into our best bets for Ted Day Guppy. You know what your guest from Canada. Won't you lead us off for your best today. I'm going to hop on that Tampa Bay Yankees game as well but I'm going to do the under five and a half first game or second game first game. The starters aren't out for the second one unless you have the I do have Chuck Mino. Chucky chucky mourns going okay well. I'm GONNA hop on that if he's on the mouth of I five under ten out of thirteen times for Torino's Yankees. I five hundred seven straight games. Oh what did you get that little stat stat I five under in the first game of the double header in that game yes at five and a half in. I am going with the the Yankees I mean so there we are I mean that's we're just attacking that fucking game and you know what before we get into <hes> before we get into that any further <hes> we'll just. Let's talk about the second game real quick <hes> because I'm taking it. Nothing is my best back because I don't know who's going for the Yankees but I don't care <hes> the reason why I don't care is Tampa Bay rays have not been great at hitting so far <hes> post all-star break or not postal last month or so <hes> and Charlie Morton is on the mound for the race and has been absolutely fucking unbelievable this year eleven to it's got like a one point nine e._r.. A <hes> in July Hi June and July he's got a two point six on the entire season. Chuck Board Has Been Fuck. Sorry two point three on the entire season. Chucky morning has been absolutely ridiculous a win that game does come out. I can't pick it right now because it's not an on my thing either because the Yankees seven announced starter but when it does come out I think take the first five under just for that game gambling. Thank you you on the same page there Gubbay Yeah I any times Morton's on the mound. I'm Reid and he's got a rubber. Our vantage just slings it in their beautiful full. He's been good for so long. Great former pirate really good on the Astros when they won the World Series Years Will Yep Him Garrett call twelve thousand others. I love go down memory related on the <unk>. It's unbelievable mid. Hey come here. Get good in. We'll ship you to someone who can pay you. It's a and then we'll trade the farm for Archer fucking. Don't even bring all right. I taught your best Bedford Oakland Money Line Minnesota taking the dogs they are six one. The last seven starts by Mike Fires. He hasn't given up more than one earned run in a game since June Eleventh Mike Fires. I is on fire. Twins are one in four when Cao Gibson starts at home against a winning team. Take the Dulls Instead Double Double Stab Donald Damp twins are a little cold Gibson's been shit lately. He's a fucking farce. That was my word of the day dictionary the somewhere <hes> I anthony to Guilio for my best bet of the day I'm taking the Houston Astros minus one seventy. It's not too bad. It's the Astros that Wade Majlis on the mound Wade Mile. He's been absolutely very very very very good. <hes> <hes> it's it's Wade Mile. He's very very good for how much he's bounced around the League. He's been steadily good most of his career. Yes and he's going against the angels who or twenty third versus left-handed pitching so nice little match up there like that and then on the mound for the Los Angeles Angels. We have the Dark Knight Matt Harvey who in <hes> June had a nine point something your a he's really just hasn't he did have good start his last sounding but I don't. I actually makes me more confident because I don't think Harvey's putting back to back good starts together especially against Houston so Gimme Gimme. The Houston Astros there for my best bet is that what do you think what do you think happened to Harvey. I don't l. man he party will go see. Party drunk he was missing Shit. David Will David Wells spun a no hitter on Bender. I mean listen constitution. There's gamers. You can't yeah I mean I. I used to refer organization where a guy threw a no hitter on l._S._D.. So it's it's all about how you can in apparently Matt can't handle his <hes> okay. Those are best bets <hes> <hes>. How many other bets do you boys have each have three you got three? I got to more okay. I have to more as well so we'll start with todd. Go Buddy <hes> Saint Louis Cincinnati today. I'm taking the first five under five and a half runs. The reds are be the reds are D- safest. I five lender bet in the league. The first five undercover sixty point two percent of the time for the reds <hes> the game under his covered and tanner ORCs last four starts. He's on the hill that I Dakota Hudson. Let's and starts for the cards eight and four three point four eight. I know what you're saying pretty fucking good he is. That's why we're taking the under. He's also the reds are not going to score much. I don't know what's going to happen. When these two pitchers leave the game anybody know what's going to happen? Both in there and it's going to be a lot of scoring uncle gender generous uncle Tony's also on the under five and a half their tar cards got a lot of sneaky young arms all of a sudden to this year cards and reds ads twentieth and thirtieth versus pitching over the last month Tanner Rourke one point six E._R._A.. For Saint Louis on the season as you said to go since been good Buck Ken Android the only reason rooks last outing wasn't good there is a six hour fucking rain delay the guy sitting and the fuck of really fucking Fed dumpy. Yes sir go. I like the d-backs feedbacks getting plus half against the brewers thing against fucking Davies Davies on the mound one earned in his last three. I know love it wait. Who are you taking? Sorry sorry I'm on the brewers brewers run against the D backs up something we didn't. We don't hear Kyle. Davies went in a bit of a slump. I went off but good lately lately. I'm happy burned us a couple of times I five or six games. The year he was great and then we started betting obviously and then he fucking that story of our lives Todd Gimme net about the nationals money line versa braves raves the Washington national Washington The Washington nationals are studying Stephen Strasburg Lebanon four three point four six e._R._A.. He is not allowed a run in these last two starts while putting up twenty ks only three walks. Let's go now. He's won. His last two starts against the braves so it's bad news for them. I think in this game he's a beast on the road. You get sixty two two point eight nine e._R._A.. When he's not at home I know the braves are starting to Tehran a pretty good himself but I really liked the nationalist coming off like an embarrassing loss against Baltimore? I'm glad you brought up this game todd because I am also picking his game but I'm taking the under I five for reasons you just mentioned with Strasbourg. I two starts in July. Thirteen innings zero runs you as you said at the twenty strikeouts <hes> Atlanta is twenty first versus right handed pitching in the last month little little bonus there for Strasbourg <hes> Oleo Tehran Kay he had a five year engine so not great in May two point nine eight year and then now in July. He's he's sitting at one point. Four something in June was like something happened but he's back with his one point four E. R. A. In July with these marriage or something yeah you'd never know you never know so seems like holy as back and the nets are seventeenth versus renting a bitching so I mean solid sold middle road team but nothing right home about so I'm going with the under the first five for those reasons <hes> W everywhere I have one more. I'm on the giants in the mets syndergaard against Bumgarner. I'm taking bumgarner garner the giants I five run line there minus one five last. I saw they were even plus a half late last night. I didn't hop on it but the lines James moneyline run or money line story. That's only line there. Mice is one fifty nine of them but yeah your trust and Bumgarner Yeah Syndergaard hasn't been great all year and another thing if this line on the over under drops from four to three and a half I'm off and on the over as well. Let's say <hes> it's quite a the <hes> I've been following the lines and of course the games and of course they are in Finnair but the <hes> the giants been scoring some runs recently. They're on a chair. They won. What thirteen of the last sixteen games like one of the hottest honest offense is out there right now like dude? I am all over this to dumpy. I took San Francisco the money line for the the game syndergaards got an over forty are a I mean. We're Kinda just going off the name air this year. Yeah what what is a little bit <hes> why did worry a little bit when I don't even though I did take it <hes> the like the mets since July first or twenty six in the League verse left-handed pitching but I think if you look this up Tony I'm pretty sure that the giants are pretty shoddy against right handed pitching at home versus pitching at home it since July July Sensuali. I yeah okay so so the giants so I have no reasoning behind this but the mets put up a Shitload runs yesterday. Whatever team puts up that many rooms for whatever reason the next day they usually come out and can't score either? It doesn't even have to be since July first yeah. We'll just say are sorry the San Francisco giants at home <hes> versus right handed pitching since June sixteenth so month ish they're twenty ninth in the League Yeah Yeah So. Maybe the authors way to go here. I don't know but I I'm dismantle. The giants are hot right now. They're really swinging the bats wall so yeah because the mets well the mets <hes> versus lefties away in the same time period or thirteenth so but you know it's if we went off the numbers prison last week or so two weeks. The giants have been pretty fucking good <hes> all right so what sorry with the hot team Darfur sorry for even question. You're they're gonNA be. Where do you think Baumgartner ends up? I don't know now that they fucking started winning. They're going to trade him yeah. They came out yesterday and said they're still going to be so blurs. Okay well probably if I had to guess. Do the Yankees need another starter. I think he's going to the Astros coaches him and Berlin durins coal throwing smollet yeah. I would love to see that all right so that's their todd. You've another one I do not w good I'm good as anyone untouched that Tigers Indians game against Bauer scared scared me riding Boyd all year but I think he's starting to tail and it needs end-user Super Hot so if you had to go anywhere I'd go there but no all right so we got nine picks today. y'All should we get paid three and one yesterday actually let me let me check this here for you because we were staring down the Gondola Vo and seven and it just turned right on pretty bad long long games neil young nine innings slash thirty days forty eight thirty five and seven fifty eight percents per for plus six units pretty fucking good last several qods heart right now he's carrying us course last seven seven days fourteen seven three <hes> sixty seven percent plus five units five three and one yesterday plus a unit. You know it's just what we're doing here. Boys that says why people say this is the best bedding podcasts go it say it's spread the word I tell you I feel good about this. One and we're not even baseball betters baseball pretty much on the same page on all these bets <hes> watch tennis can hit. I only bet baseball opening day in playoffs here. We are fucking Middle July days summer. We we dig hard. Don't we go. We dig in their up since six A._M.. Crunching the numbers here launch watching a little open yeah. I'm on a tiger in that vastly. I don't know about his back. He's fine just a little wins on number one. I think he's okay. I think he's okay rory nut so much not so much all right nine teamer today cup of Coffee Day Parlor first game in this. We're going Tampa Bay rays that didn't make sense because as Lilly so stupid let me why don't you just let me I'm just going to say the Pixel we have kept nine of them number. One raise Yankees game one under five and a half from guppy raise Yankees. We're taking the Yankees game one minus one seventy <hes> the Oakland A.'s plus one ten todd. LET'S GO HOUSTON ASTROS MINUS one sixty five from walk the Saint Louis Cardinals I five under five and a half for Cincinnati reds. I think that's me Anton. I think it was a double Sta- that's a double stack. The Milwaukee brewers plus a half from company. Let's go go not not guppy company Washington nationals minus one thirty five. Let's God Washington nationals Atlanta Braves under five. I five from more into San Francisco giants modest one fifteen correct I five fifteen eighteen correct yup. You gotTA lock it up. Lock it up five dollars to win one thousand thirty six dollars in twenty five cents fifteen. I'm going I went ten yesterday. I'm going fifteen so you're gonNA win a coal three thirty one hundred bucks three GS and then I'll fly out there tomorrow morning Nice Tomorrow's tomorrow's Friday so maybe wait 'til Monday. We'll just say the week whatever works they don't don't come here tomorrow. By the way today's ninety seven ninety seven the day after seven. You don't want to be here. It's Asana. It's pouring rain here for a couple of fuck fuck anything to cool it off all right five to win one thousand cousin thirty six dollars and twenty five cents. We appreciate each and every single one of you. We appreciate you gave them become the back there. Thanks Buddy. THANKS BUDDY APPRECIATE UTAH. I appreciate you appreciate you guppy.

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Nov. 22, 2018: Early Changes Behind Benches

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1:10:45 hr | 2 years ago

Nov. 22, 2018: Early Changes Behind Benches

"No cookies for me Amel, no whiskey. No cookies is there a Cup of coffee getting cold. Eliot you write about a plenty. It is the headline issue of the week around the NHL, comma, so far we'll see what happens with the rest of the week. It's been eventful one Todd McCullough out Ken Hitchcock in Oilers win their first game against the San Jose Sharks. Not sure if there's any clues in there, but how Hitchcock is gonna coach his team. What's your thoughts on Ken, Hitchcock taking over behind the bench and Edmonson? I was surprised simply because you're sitting there thinking of all the people that they could go to and Hitchcock was not the person that you think of because quote, unquote, he was retired. But a few people I spoke to yesterday said that you can't take that seriously because Ken Hitchcock, there's nothing he wants to do more than coach, and maybe he is quote, unquote, retired. But if an opportunity to go back behind the bench presents itself. Everybody knows that. That's what can Hitchcock wants and lives for and craves to do. What's the line from hotel, California checkout anytime? You like, but you can never leave is that can hit them. That's a pretty fair way to put a great line. I wish I would have put it in the blog. If I would've thought about that he is wired to do this. He's not a consultant. He's not somebody who's gonna sit there and take notes, he'll do it if paid to do it. But what he wants to be is in the middle of the action. And there's no question that he was watching those games and saying I can fix this or telling anyone who would listen, I can fix this. And I don't think that the minority are going to change their coaching staff or their coach for anyone who they didn't think could get them to the playoffs. And if Joel Quenneville is not available, and you have to believe that either they didn't want to or couldn't get him. Can't Hitchcock is the kind of guy. His history has proven he gives your team a jolt right away. And that's what the Edmonton Oilers are hoping for the jolt that gets them into the postseason describe that jolt endless the roadway or the. Pathway for success with Edmonson is there in a lot of ways a couple of reasons. One the Pacific is a jump ball right now. No one seems to want to grab the Pacific. We've talked through. I'd cast a previous and two. They just played the first game against the Pacific Division rival on Saturday. That was the first game Edmonton played against someone in their division. So they can make up a lot of space. They can make up a lot of ground. They can do a lot of damage really quickly picked up their first win against the San Jose Sharks. Have Anaheim on Friday. And then you know, this last three quarters of the season a lot of it is against Pacific Division rivals. So it's there for them. But what's this jolt? The jolt is that their goals against go down. If you take a look at every single one of his previous jobs the first year or close to full year. He gets with a team. They have big drops and goals against it happened in Dallas it happened in Philadelphia. It happened in Columbus. It happened in Saint Louis had happened again last year in Dallas two years ago. The stars had the worst pen. Kill I believe in NHL history since they kept the numbers. It was seventy one percent last year. It was top five until Ben Bishop got hurt in March. That's the jolt. He makes you uncomfortable. He gets on you you remember when we tied Jason Spencer on and he talked about how good Jim Montgomery was in the film meetings. He's holding your attention like there's no preferential treatment ten even our acronym. He's trying to teach us from the ground up. He's got a unique system, and he wants to play a certain way, and he's holding your attention. I've been really impressed with the confidence that he's come in with and his ability to explain what he wants. I asked a couple of players. What's the day between Montgomery and Hitchcock? And they said that Hitchcock he's still loved to challenge you. He would come right at you. And he would expect you to come back at him and give it back to him. And he's going to be all over these guys. He said it yesterday. He said after the game last night my first year at. Hockey night. Call it the headliner then. Yeah. The first headliner I ever did is a hockey night in Canada employee was Ken hit Hitchcock coaching stars in Philadelphia. What it was like the coach guys like Jeremy Roenick and things like that. And you know, it was five dollars. So after the piece aired one of the players I saw them little bit later. And he said to me you missed the big question, and I go what's the big question. And they say he knows that on stoppages in play the cameras on them. He doesn't say a word. And then the moment the place starts, he's all over you. He is because he knows you guys aren't looking at him. And you watch that game last night our coverage of that game in San Jose. It happens they show him in a in a break while any looks pretty calm, but he will grind those guys. And obviously. Feel. That's what they need. I still wonder though, Jeff Pat Quinn was the same way, by the way. Yes. That trick. I wonder if they caught compared notes since they coach together, but their roster is the issue as much as the coach and they want to check and they wanna be more structured. Even with that. Are they going to be good enough? Well, here's the question to and this is the kick. It upstairs question did the Oilers get caught. Did they get caught in? We have Connor mcdavid. But our roster construction. Not unlike before when Jason Botterill took over they're kind of caught in this is rebuild. But the rebuild was from five to ten years. Previous big lumbering strong aggressive team as opposed to quick nimble, uptempo hockey. Like I had the same question that you do Elliot. The composition question. Do they have the horses to win in this NHL to eighteen to nineteen? I don't know they have one in mcdavid. They have one in dry Seidel. You know, they have another a handful of other players that I think can be successful in the game right now. How deep does that go though. It was interesting one of the other executives in the league said to me, we're gonna know right away with one guy, and that's Drake. Could you? Let's going to be interesting because could you had entered Hitchcock's tenure playing with mcdavid and dry Silom. And could you'll is not a big guy and Hitchcock likes heavy Haughey. Like, he's a big believer heavy hockey, but he said could Julius competitive. So he was curious to see how he would do under Hitchcock. Could you played seven minutes above his average in the first game? All right. So maybe Hitchcock thinks he's got a piece here. The most interesting thing to me was that third line that broads yak Lucia each Kassian Kassian line broads, Jack was four minutes above his average Kassian was three and Lou teach was about four minutes under his average. But he put him out there consistently on that line. That is a Ken Hitchcock line. You know this. He would love those three guys together aggressive for check face up against the gloss. Can he get anything out of them like to me ten dollars? That's a big question in Ken. He gets something out of that roster. Could he take a broad Zack Kassian Luce line and get something out of it? Because clearly early on that's one of his gambles. We'll do any know what caused the goalie now to he's the number one guy. He's a number one guy period. Well, he could've blown that game last night. And he. He held on. I think he's your guy team was resilient go down to tie down a puck tie Madonna puck tie. When an overtime. We will do ask thirty one a little bit later in the podcast. But to as a preview this comes in from Reese Albrecht Elliott, please elaborate on quote and McClellan didn't take it quietly. I think he was upset. Nobody likes to be fired. These guys have pride Todd McClellan. You look at the job of being the president United States. You take a look at Bill Clinton from when he took over two when he left George Bush from when he took over two when he left Barack Obama from when he took over twenty left. Those guys were all two-term presidents, and they aged more than eight years. Todd McClellan reminded me of a US president. If you look at him from the day he took over as head coach of the Oilers to the day. He was fired. He ate. Aged a lot more than three and a half years because losing socks it. Where's on you? And you know, we're guardless of what you think about McClellan as a coach. He poured his heart and soul into it. He really cared. And I'm sure not everything that happened was what he wanted to happen. And you know, this year was really hard that whole organization from the business side to the hockey side. It's been a hard place to work for the last year because of a lot of things that have happened behind the scenes and also because the team's losing. And I just think he was frustrated about some of the moves that were made that he was getting fired. Nobody likes to be fired. And I think he just let his frustrations went on what's next then for Todd McLellan right now. Hey, pause step down off the Colona enjoy yourself. Yeah. Too. Lax. Probably played for him. Yup. Los Angeles has an intern. He look at Saint Louis. We'll get the mic yo here and a couple of seconds Armstrong. I believe interviewed him before he ended up taking the Edmonton job. There could be a fit there. If at the end of the season, they make a decision, and it isn't just Craig ruby or someone else it puts next for Todd McCullough. I can't believe that I've just been through the ringer. And I'm done. Oh, I think you'll be in the mix and some places I don't doubt that this didn't work. But you know, he's been a good coach for a long time. When he's smart, I have a lot in this blog this week about the future of coaching and one of the more interesting conversations, I've had it's not just one conversation. But it's I guess it's a thread through several different conversations. Jeff is that people are sitting here and starting to think. The next generation this millennial group, the most important thing is can you coach them and we've seen three NC double A coaches in the last couple of years. Get jobs. We know h l guys Koji young players guys are telling me those guys whether the junior level or the college level, the H L level, or if you're in the NHL with young teams, they're going to get talked to and I have a feeling that some of these searches will be larger than ones we've seen in the past. I'm not saying any of these guys are going to get jobs, but they're going to be talked to for ideas and see if they can idea their way into a position that they may not have gotten already rocky Thompson, Chicago rocky Thompson is on that list. Sheldon keefe. Toronto Sheldon Keefe. I'll tell you. I don't have the hunter moose jaw Canadian world junior. Coach this year like those got Andre tourneys from Ottawa. As mentioned to me, PASCAL, Vincent from H. L Manitoba dean Evanson who was in Milwaukee for a while. Now on the bench in Minnesota from any gel teams they mentioned Hiller and Smith from Toronto Kirk Miller from Montreal especially because Montreal with a kind of youngest team their offense is starting to go this year. They look like a chance, and you know on a good team. Everything rises Nate Leeman from NCWA. Providence was another name. I got told you're going to see a lot of these guys get interviewed simply because teams want to hear what they have to say. Conclude on this one get your thought on it. Whether you agree or disagree Tuesday on hockey, central at noon. Nikki Prius said I am paraphrasing. It's can Hitchcock's job now to save Peter Sharara job agree or disagree. I think there's a lot to that. Last bullet for Peter, Shirley, probably now, we'll begin the podcast. This is thirty one thoughts the podcast brought to you by the all new two thousand eighteen GMC Sierra de now. Elliot before we talk about another coaching dismissal around the NHL this one in Saint Louis what's up with the hockey night jacket? If you're watching us on YouTube is up how hockey night jacket behind us. I am so excited to where this very cool. And the only thing I would ask is one day. They bring back the orange ones to oh, I forgot about those those were the CFL, Jack, it's mainly. I I don't know if they wore those on hockey night, but they wore them on the CF L and they wore them on CBS sports weekend. Which was there? You know, there are world weather sports of Canada. But the one I remember is I believe it was Scotto. I'd have to double check this with them. But I believe it was him when he was working sidelines on the CFL on CBC, he interviewed Gizmo Williams, the great Gizmo Williams, and for those of you who are in the states who might not know, we was Henry, Gizmo Williams was an outstanding kick and punt returner for the Edmonton eskimos, one of the best we've ever seen one of my favorite players in any. Ever. And he returned a kick for a touchdown and Scott interviewed him on the sidelines. And he goes in the middle of the interview, if I get another one, I want your jacket and Scott Oakes said if you get another one, you get the jacket, and he did it. He ran back another one during the game right over to och Jag. And he goes. Yeah. Yeah. You are awesome. But I have to tell you. We're going to be wearing these on Saturday night. Very cool. It's a real honor. They asked us to autograph one each I guess for the office or it's being auctioned off. I'm not sure, and I just wrote on it. It's a real honor to wear this. And I'm really excited about the opportunity. Dave Hodge Brian McFarland. Howie meeker the legends. We are auctioning them off that's right for hockey fights cancer, all the links will be available will make them aware to you. But. I know I'm going off track. And we don't have a ton of time. But I do want to talk about this with you. And I think it fits because we have the jacket here. So there's a story. I tell about my beginning on Hawkin candidates. Why was hired in October of two thousand three and our first game was Thursday night game. It was Montreal and Ottawa and Martin have latte was unsigned by the Sanders at the time. So they said to me Elliott, your first appearance is going to be at seven. Oh, two two minutes into the show. And you're going to interview John Muckler about this contract dispute. And I remember standing out side the Sanders dressing room in the hallway with Muckler and the music came on. And I almost froze. And that was the previous music when we still had it. And I was honestly, Jeff if they had come to me at that moment. I don't know if I would have been able to do it. Because all of a sudden I was sitting there, and I was thinking what am I doing here? I had same. And so I'd say I turned to mock ler, and I said to him. Them. This must be the first time the guy interviewing you is more nervous than you are and Muckler who by that point already seen everything looked at me. And goes, I doubt it and that the ice for me. I remember my whole first year talking that and it still happens. Now, it's Haagen Canada. It's been on the air more than sixty years. You don't wanna be the guy that ruins the show. I always say to Arash Medani. There's things I say elsewhere that I would never say on the show because there's always a bit of a governor in terms of how I treat it because of all the history Samer difference gold standard for broadcasters sports broadcasters in this country. It's interesting the way that in the United States agree, disagree, Saturday night, generally television, wasteland Americans generally don't congregate around the television on Saturday. Don't try in Canada the opposite everybody gathers around the television. Now the town. Was that has been the zenith? That's the top of Mount Everest in our profession. You get on hockey night in Canada, give Hakkinen Canada on your business card on your resume and a lot of ways. Like, that's it. That's where many of us include myself in that as well. That's where we always buyer like that is the spot, and I can recall my first game was December twenty nine which as since bets. Here's my I walk up. My first hits was on the pre-game show. I was in Ottawa was Washington against the Ottawa. Senators. You're in Toronto K K member who Toronto was playing Ron opens it up, and there's double boxes there's you in Toronto. And there's me and Ottawa and he says oh Friedman is anybody in Charlotte me, please for facing off against the law. Meantime, Canada radio Sirius channel one twenty two where you'll find just merit weekday afternoons from four to eight. But tonight he's ranked side with Alex Ovechkin. And there was that to me Elliott. It seemed like an attorney there's probably about half a second meeting that what am I doing here and everything all those Saturday nights? Mum and dad all of it on the couch watching hockey night in Canada, all of it right in that second. And one of my thoughts is I can't believe this is actually happening. What am I doing here? I don't really belong here. And it was really quickly. Alexander. Ovechkin Alex is the last game of two thousand seven teams had fifty to play in the first place team inspiring orange emanating, and I've never gone back to watch it. No idea. What I said no idea what the in it. But I did have that that half second of. I don't belong here. I'm punching above my weight's. Yeah. I remember that. And I still have moments where I'm thinking careful here. You know, you're fooling around with something that's much bigger than you. All right. Let's move on. Let's move on. We talked about the situation. Edmonston? What about the situation in Saint Louis? Everybody kind of saw this coming. It was really tough sing Louis came through here few weeks ago. And you could see it every it was wearing on everyone there. What I thought was really interesting about it is well, we've got three jobs now that are interims. Yeah. The Blackhawks have committed to Jeremy Colloton, I actually double check this. Withstand Bowman yesterday. I sent him attacks said is he your coach? And he says, yes. And we believe in him. So he's got his much guarantee as a coach can get in this business. The thing that's interesting about Saint Louis you've got Baru bay. And Doug Armstrong said we've got our full support behind him. But we're going to go on a search and they sound like they're gonna have a big search. He mentioned Europe, he mentioned exhaustive investigative things. So there's no guarantee the one thing that was pointed out to me was when Baru bay was the coach in the American Hockey League three of their key prospects, Barbara Chev Blais who was a late round pick and done. Vince, Don, who they were really counting on big things this year played very well for him. And I think that played into the whole thing. But the other thing I just have to say is that for the second time at least and the media did a good job there in Saint Louis of reminding Doug Armstrong of it. He is said this might be the last chance for. This core. And that patients now is is is at its thinnest point. When you fired issued Brian like that these players will be held accountable. I'm not firing another coach yet here. We are today. Have those players. That's why he'd have news press conferences. Good memories. Everything you said is correct. I don't remember saying that. But if I did I did. And as I said, the the the core groups. Equity built up as gone that. That's what I have to say. And I guess I could say it again that the next permanent head coach. If we're having this conversation will be core players gone. But I guess if I said that once I wouldn't believe it either. But I truly believe at this time is that we've. We transferred into to a different group that group isn't three people that groups eight or nine people in my opinion, and they have to they have. They have to get us out of this. And I know that the name that people are wondering about is Tarasenko. And the reason is it's been hinted that the blues always haven't been happy with him since he signed his extension now. No one's ever said that on the record to me, I've never heard his name in a specific trade rumor, but it's kind of been out there that they expect more. And I do wonder if we could get to the point where he does become available. Well, we just talked about can Hitchcock a couple of seconds ago. We saw significant conflict between those two, and we just said well that can Hitchcock rubbing up against the player the wrong way. We've we've seen it before to your point about, you know, this might be for that core. They've they've run out of chances. I think the line by Doug Armstrong this week was this core is out of equity. You do get the sense that they are at their wit's end, which is interesting because I looked at Saint Louis this year. And I said, I don't know that I expect a whole lot out of the gate because they've had a lot of turnover in a lot of key positions. And the weird thing about the the yo situation is as much as normally you would look at it and pointed goaltending lately, Jake, Allen's been good, and the reason they're getting blanked is they just can't score lately. Where O'Reilly where have all the goals coming? It's not happening. Yes. So I I do wonder about that point how how much equity is left if any and then what the next moves are. But I mean, he's not afraid just strong is not afraid the first time. I've heard Tarasenko though there couple years ago fifteen dollars a couple years ago. There was a time I got radioed. And I said I think in Calgary that it was in the playoffs and one of the things the blues were talking about was they just didn't feel. I like to make fun of anyone else's conditioning. Because my own is so bad is I sit severe eating cookies that they were upset about conditioning. They felt that you could be better. And it went everywhere. And I was like oh my God. And you know, someone in the media from Saint Louis called me. And I was like all this going to be a story, and they're like twenty dollars. They're saying we've heard those same things. So it's kind of been around there. But it's a big difference between his you know, being frustrated with somebody and actually looking at this spectacular talent. And saying we're going to move them. Big difference. That's move on. We already did talk about Edmonson, but I want to rewind to last Saturday night killed school. Yeah. Vincent Oilers Calgary. Flames every time. The battle of old Berta comes up. It's marketed. The same way there's pictures and videos. Of fights. And there's jerseys getting tossed in the crowd, and there's big Grant Fuhr windmill saves and David cement, go and Tim hunter. And Jim poplin ski kind of has it been that for a long long time that changed on Saturday. It was great with Bennett and nurse right out of the gate. Three games. We're both. Boards. That could Chuck skin test early. This David what a huge hit by Sam darnold. Chuck just took a pretty hard hit from Leon dry Seidel. The is penalty on the play. But this one is started off nasty. Both of these teams this morning cited pumped up with his game. Swigging tell you. Welcome to the top of this shift went over to Bennett had words, and he just continue shoving attack in the corner. They finally face each other. Welcome to the battle of these guys have seen each other all year long in the regular season. Nurse took a huge Bennett in that first shift, and he says, you don't want enough of that. I'm going to come in and big things happen to they go out. And how about Darnell nurse yelling at the linesman to let us fight. That's a whole other topic. And where that's going, but first of all did not seem to you that there are a lot of other fans and building maybe it was just the camera angles we shot, and we all know that TV can completely distort reality participating. But I looked into this a lot of fans in this building. But anyway, there was hate in that game. And if you're part of the John Tortorella there's not enough Adrian, which I think we are both on that was something different. And when you went into Calgary win or lose. There was a time where you were going to get roughed up either way it was a tough building in a tough team. And is the league's change the teams change, that's very different. But Bennett and construc- they re ignited it, and Nick and Kelly. They were. Aren't happy that could Chuck turtled in the one point. He's the guy chasing. Yes. I would wanna find catching either. And plus he'd already been out of the game. Once now checks big he is, but casting is out of his league. The one thing that was interesting to me is I remembered it one of the players told me that they think that someone on Edmund and said something that could jock about you do that. And someone's going to get you and that reminded me of Mike Richards, Mike Richards, when he played for Bellevue told the story of Sergei brilliant and Patrick eliash telling that to him if you continue to do that someone's going to get you and Matthew Chuck he's going to get paid. He is a great player. I just think the orders were left with a really sour taste not only because they lost. Even the media got into it. I saw that afterwards. I was interesting sidebar. Where are you at with? Where Matthew Chuck's decimal point is going to be Calgary is gonna wanna keep them under Guterro, keep them under the Dros dano ceiling? It's tough now because the cap has gone up, right? And look what everybody's signing for. And and here's the thing. So we had Michael you on and he talked about how his guys like Renton in line are happy to wait to the end of the year to take their time. But some of the other guys that could Chuck is still there. There's all whole ads and sign yet. The GM's were telling me that they believe that they're all waiting for knee Lander, what is kneeland or go. If he actually gets eight or even seven something, why would you signed before that to see and make sure so he's going to be the measuring stick if he signs in the next ten days. Yes. Do you have a feeling as Zibari of feeling on that one way or another not right now, it's not going anywhere? But we're about to get into okay? Yeah. Are you all in or you folding, and we're gonna find out from everybody involved in the next week back to the Calgary Flames? But but off Matthew chalk, and who by the way, and we've talked about this before on the show. He's the heartbeat of that team. I think it has a chance to get up to where I wanna get to want to get to Sam Bennett because whenever we do a Calgary Flames game on Wednesday nights. And we're doing one tonight. Yes, we are Winnipeg Jets and the Calgary Flames. We will have a conversation either on the air or in the green room about Sam Bennett. And what is he, and what's he going to become and wears the spot for what type of player is this guy going to be is the third line guy. That has first line aspirated is the first line guy. That's played way down the lineup. Who is Sam Bennett? He is a guy who was drafted fourth overall. And you take a look at that draft. It was at Blad one. It was Reinhard to it was dry sidled three. And it was Bennett four, and when you're drafted that high you tend to look at maybe points and other people getting say, all I'm not they're not that bugs, you sometimes you have to sort of rediscover what your goals are. Or what you are. And I see Sam Bennett as a guy who can be a fifteen year player in the National Hockey League as a second or third line center. Maybe even I in the right situation who grinds you and noise you and scores twenty goals and gets fifty points year. He can have a hell of a career the guy who played on Saturday night is a guy you can be a difference maker in the National Hockey League. Sometimes you just need to reset your goals beginning of the season. This year, evanger Cain accuser. He was mad at he was mad at somebody in San Jose Calgary exhibition. Game and Bennett stood in against them. And that's not a small thing to do. And I see in Sam Bennett a guy who has you tell him. This is going to be your role. He's going to play in the National Hockey League at that role for fifteen years and make a lot of money and being important player. In a good team calling. Frazier is going to be dropping by the podcast a couple of moments before we get to the three time Stanley Cup champion and former gold medalists the world juniors. The two thousand five candidate squad in Grand Forks. Let's conclude the Seguin by talking about one of the nicer prizes this season. It's been a long time coming and you hope it sustains because a lot of fun. And it's a good looking young team. What happened the Buffalo Sabres why they so good first of all I like to see this because both of us probably saw our share of games in the Aud. Oh, tons and the odd was a great place to watch hockey and rate up and down your overlooking. The great place I want to tell you that one of the first time I ever went to the odds. We rented a car, and we went and we part there. We I went as a university student in my first year. We're like we're going down the odds for a game nights. We drove down from London down there. So we there there was a great parking spot in the parking lot. And I was young, and I was stupid, and it was underneath the bridge. So I parked there. It was so close and nobody else parked there. And I was like what's wrong with these people aren't they parking here. And people were just sort of looking at me. And I was like, okay something's weird here. But I don't know what this is. I think it was eighteen nineteen something like that. And we get back. We join the game. If a great time give back to the car out of the game. And it's covered in bird poop, I guess the bridge was a nesting area. Right. Let's my favorite story about going to the art. But Buffalo's a great market. Yeah. The fans they love hockey the been in limbo. For too long. They deserve this. So I spoke to Jason palm Ville yesterday. And he talked about a lot of the things about the change of attitude. Eichel's better. The goaltending is definitely better Hutton. And all Mark those guys have given them. Good goaltending. But it was funny. He was just about to hang up the phone because he was watching his kids practice. I didn't wanna keep them for too long. So as a thing only goes, oh, wait hold on one second. And I go, okay. What side it goes? I forgot to mention this has to be mentioned golden McCabe. Yeah. Nobody remembers those guys. But think of what we were like without them in the lineup. Just having them. There are so much better. Did you see speaking of McCabe the past Rasmus stellian made to McCabe on the weekend? Like Rasma stallion all of the sudden on the air and they play eastern. So we were on the air. It was it was a thing of beauty. And I know we are all, you know, Kuku for cocoa puffs for at least Pederson and the call run. He's been fantastic twelve goals. So far. Absolute howitzer, rasmin style. Lean now starting to look really comfy with this league palm Ville said that yesterday which would have been Tuesday they were showing some highlights of his to the team. And there was the one he ripped off the crossbar and the moose. He made to get there. It's Berg who said they were all laughing at how ridiculous they were. Yeah. He's coming going to be tough to beat Pederson this year. It is going to be tough. But what race this could be on that will step away? We'll take a pause. We'll come back with Colin. Frazier. Three time Stanley Cup champion next. Thirty one the podcast. GMC? 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And that's a good intro because I like to said really really good timing and is in the right place at the right time. All those those on. You make your own timing you make your own breaks. And you're part of some really impressive squads and some really historic years. I mean to ten was a was a huge one is, you know, for the Chicago Blackhawks you're right there to five was the huge one that was lockout year in the NHL. A lot of players who probably should have been playing in the NHL ended up in that world junior squad. That was probably the most dominant we've ever seen. We're gonna get to all that. And we're going to get to January twenty fifth after that world juniors as well. And you know, what I'm talking about between Calgary. But first heaven be exa on this podcast a couple of weeks ago had this to say about you that one guy that used to play their razor. Remember that all call razor? Oh about guy. Hey that guy. I never really saw the ice, Colin. Frazier respond to Kevin be exa cable and the sheriff cable. And so I I listen to you guys is podcast every week and I hadn't listened to that yet. And I had a few people. Kevin exit. He called yellowed on the on the thirty one thought, so I had to go give a listen and immediately texted Elliott after and some along the lines of make sure you tell Treven that the feeling is mutual because me and him had some pretty epic battles on the ice. Not so much physically as I never fought him. But verbally on words that we probably can't repeat on the podcast. But I did add in the exit Elliott that I put but ask really Mitchell, and you'll vouch for both of us that were good guys. And we'd enjoy each other over here. We will make sure that Kevin gets the message because you must have had a lot of guys to that you like he said that you played against just despised. And then when you said down with them for a beer, you're like, this guy's not that bad guy. Well, we always talk players. We talk about the guys that you hate the most are always the best guys. A character guys the guys that battle. They're always the good guys off the ice not to say the other guys are. But that's that's I guess guys play on the edge a little bit always say, and I've never met Kevin outside of playing against him by playing for the Kanawha. And I was in Chicago. And then I was in LA and we played him in the playoffs every single year and the Canucks were always the top team. And they had a bunch of players that let's say other players in the white all that much with being one of them and myself. A lot of battles. I mean, I was fortunate on the on the good side of those battles in the playoffs. You know, you've been part of his top some pretty historic teams. We will circle back to the world junior championship in two thousand and five here in a second. But what was two thousand and ten like not on the ice necessarily. But perhaps better phrased on the bench. I can recall asking Glenn Healy this question Glenn work. But between the benches as you. Well know, I said, Glenn what's the worst? You've ever heard like what series? What game like what is the worst you ever heard? And he said without a doubt two thousand ten Chicago Blackhawks Philadelphia Flyers it went and a lot of it was Chicago. And it was relentless once that tap turned on. There was no turning it off Kane ver-, Steve it was apparently nasty Kolon. How nasty was it? The playoffs is a new season. So it's always nasty Dan eager who is awesome guy. But he would always be looking for on anybody. If the playoffs came into into play, Texan buddies, Texas people that play the soil. So, hey, what do you got? Hey, what do you got? And if you're in anything, even if it was half through bring it up like it was factual information. So definitely heated battles. I mean. But I you grow up at sounds cliche. You want to win the Stanley Cup wanna costs. You know, this is this is what you wanna do. And if if it gets somebody off their game that it gets somebody off the game. And if you're taking a personal while you shouldn't be taking it personal because we're all trying to do the same thing. And that's when I can remember talking to one player once Kolon who said he had a very specific coach said before every series every player on his team was assigned a player on the other team. And it was his job to as you mentioned make the phone calls. Do the background get as much dirt. On that player as possible bring it all together for the team share it all up and down the bench. So guys could just double barrel players when they skated by the bench, or they're lined up faceoffs every part of a team like that where the coach would assign you another player to get on absolutely now in Chicago's q. We'd have to do research on players with that set. It wasn't so much to hurt as much as it was about the type of player was so for example, I had at the time Rick Rifkin. So I haven't you do my research on Rick what kind of player is he wasn't so much about the off. I stuff that we could trip guys. It was about the type of player was with that set out on British. Always put together these ethic presentations with like a school project board and video and really anything. Good his hands on and it was unbelievable. Again. Whether it's true or not made us all laugh, it's downs. Very Sean every right because ever used to say that he always did his research on people, and he he would do that. But I have to tell you that I had several players over the years say that nobody was less afraid to say anything, then ver- stieg. And if you've ever called Christopher stieg his phone message said nothing anybody leaves messages anymore. But his phone message said if it's important to you leave a message if it's important to me all return it I always love that voicemail. I thought it was great. But was versteegthe the most fearless guy when it came to saying anything. He's right up there. Skill guy. But he's a rat at the same time and at the pleasure of playing against him us unless you're back in the day. And then Chicago traded for him in the minors and me and him. I was I mean competitive guy, meaning very very good friends. It'd be trying to fight each other on the bench getting after each other because we're such competitive guys. And I'd always have he's the guy, you know, breaking stick and taking the extra few minute minor. And I lose my marbles on down skier. We kind of need you on the ice. But you can't be sitting in the box. But he would oh man and he can fight to throw bombs on guys. I small guy just a competitive guy that it really is an awesome guy in a good friend and actually one time. He's. Between the legs like fancy guy skill and Joel Quenneville comes running down the bench per state. If you ever do that again to rape between the right between the eyes. Quibble eager you play on the penalty. Kill you play five on five free. Sure. Like from the lack speaking of throwing bombs only get there now. So to five Team Canada wins gold the world juniors. And then in what seemed like what maybe a week later read years playing Calgary western high. We've all seen this team celebrating and hugging, and it's a great moment. The country come together over this role junior squad. There's no NHL in all the is on the WJ see in Grand Forks and his fantastic. And then read your faces off against Calgary. I think it's like four seconds into the game for nothin', lad, Throwdown, and you and Ryan gets laughed Throwdown, and it is bombs from all four competitors. What happened? What is the back story on that? I mean, it's funny. It goes to show times of change because there's not really a back story. Like, I mean, we all got along. I mean, I don't know Dion in bladder got as long as well as me and gets, but he'd found that mean him, we're we're friends. There's there's no issues at all. But this read your Calgary rivalry we play fifteen times a year. And so I try to fight gatty every game. He's the best player. I'm trying to get him off the ice. And he would never fight me. Good. So John and lie fight. I didn't even know they're doing they just fought right off the face off. And really really good fight too. Big guys control them when they want to and the next face off. I guess you. Let's go and he's like, no, man. I'm like gets less. There's every time. Okay. So we through I think bullfights done for seconds into the game. Everyone thinks going what in reality. We don't. I mean, it's just I don't know. Like you go back. I scout now for the block. So at talk to these old scouts army member. Watching you on I always follow it up with that don't make them like that anymore. Do they know? Different air. I mean gets he's a one hundred point guy hall of Famer he's absolutely one of my favorite players. I've ever played the game and he throw down, and we fought and the rest of the stakes a great story today. You part of calling two teams where finally the franchise and their fans could exhale such build up. And then finally climbed the mountain two thousand ten Chicago Blackhawks two thousand twelve Los Angeles Kings, long droughts kings, never won when Chicago back to nineteen sixty one. We were those times like when finally those two franchises planned the top of the mountain with Chicago. I mean, the expectation for huge season in two thousand nine we exceeded expectations and lost in the conference finals to Detroit, but we're close we're knocking on the door. So coming into ten we were one of the teams that were supposed to be in the hunt. And it's weird because we had all these young. Young players for Steve myself brower offline you know, loudly. Dave Boland Dawson buffalo we all played in the minors. Together. We all grew up together. And we all remain friends today because of just kind of coming through the system together. And I don't know. It's like the city was crazy. And we never really felt the pressure in the sense that we weren't in the room. Like, oh, better win this playing hockey. And when you're in the moment, we're kinda riding this wave and obviously had a good team. And it's just trying to I don't know it was like surreal kind of thing. And I'll tell you after the season when we won that Chicago. We could have done anything we wanted. And that's it us free reign on the on the whole thing. It was. Our control crazy people always ask you. It's the only city that might top Toronto. I don't know if any city top, but we did Chicago in two thousand ten so and Washington pretty good Washington was pretty good last year, though, they threw a hell of a part. They did still social media said you didn't see all the stuff we doing. With the king's like twenty twelve weeks is such a different story because we're supposed to have these speculations, and I just been traded from Edmonton. And we're struggling the entire season struggling struggling Jima party meetings with just ripping us. And and then we get Jeff Carter the deadline, and it was literally like the light turned on. And the rest is history. Started this trend up, you know, towards the playoffs. So when we hit the playoffs we hit where the AT we were hot like we were from the trade deadline on we were hot. And we were winning. We were feeling good. So we we get paying couvert just riding high on our play. Not maybe not that we finished fourth in the standings. But we were playing so well, we go up on to rip, and it just seems like everything just fell into place with no injuries. We're healthy nothing. Phased us, and he was such a different team in the hawks. You were this big strong. You know built for. Ploughs type team, and then we had Jonathan quick and the net. In my opinion, the best goalie if you want game seven on the line, you want Jon quick and your net because you know, he's bringing his best game that he could ever bring. So he was a huge. I mean, everyone huge part. But he was a huge part. Why we guess rolled through the the whole ploughs at your alright saw two last ones for me number one. You know, Jeremy Colloton, he's a guy were all learning about you played against them. I guess with him when you were minor hockey players on some select teams, you probably know him as well as anybody does who is around the NHL. What would you tell us about the youngest coach in the National Hockey League right now? Jasey was. Yeah, we played spring hockey other used to pick them up for him because he's really could I played on a team with French. And Troy Brouwer like Santa rally with a bunch of guys played the NHL. Andrew loud was on team. We pick up JC, return amounts. This way back when we were know twelve or thirteen years old reserve guy quite guy, but very hard worker, and he's Cray was cut short by injuries and concussions Pacific -ly. But a guy that probably should have been could have played a long gel. Very two minutes. But very detailed guy. You know? He's been coaching in Sweden number year. So he has experienced people might not know that they think he's in the American League for year. But he wasn't for number years. Young guy that can relate to young players, you know, as it changes here with that said, I I feel bad for q in the sense that he was my favorite coach I had in the NHL. So you know, obviously big shoes to fill. But I think if anyone can do it jaycees the guy in the sense that hard-working smart guy, young guy that would have had a longer NHL career. How in helping last one for you calling your beating the pavement? Now, you are management. You are part of the Chicago Blackhawks organization is this your future where where's your road going to take you? Well, it's up to say that people always ask me. I so tired. I was for two and a half years. I kinda plugged around. And did nothing run some hockey camps. Hang out with the kids that kind of thing. And taught it was done with hockey. I just thought you know, the grind plates years old. I was thirty. And I was done. I didn't wanna be hockey. And you keep coming back to what you like. And what do you know? And that's hockey. So I started put my name in the hat. I called the hawks called the kings. And just so contacts that I had that say oh wasn't necessarily look for scouting job. What about hey? If you got anything I'd love to part of it. Good time. You know, whatever the spot opened up with the box, and I jumped at the opportunity to my wife. There's Evan organization foot in the door. It's the hawks as they do everything right on and off the ice model. Franchise that part of it. I can avowed for that. So where it's going. I I I don't have that answer. But I can tell you Joyner watching the game through a different lens watching some young players beating the pavement, and and the old even the junior ranks and rinks and and come kinda everywhere, but it's good. And will I guess see where it takes me? I can find a diamond in the ru-. Maybe take me up the ladder pretty calm last one from me off air, we talked about how we have two kids at our same age thousand ten both hockey I'm going to two thousand and twelve as well plays hockey and plays on on the team with an he's one of the coaches Raffi Torres his son ties as little player, and I'm always curious about what X NHL others say to their kids about playing haunting some always watching trying to see what you know, how RAFI coaches both my kid and his son is as well you, and I both have two thousand ten as well, what kind of advice, or what do you talk to a how do you talk to Kim. Bo playing hockey right now for me personally. I try to just encourage encourage encourage courage, and I say that because there's gonna come the day when the coach Darryl Sutter are brunch. Sutter is gonna be the details guy. Stick three feet to the left. Here. You have to be here have to be there. And you're going to become this like robots? Was young kid over coach them. This is my theory anyway, won't make kid to be have confidence through the roof. And ultimately, obviously to have fun. I mean that was about saying, but I always say, call me crazy. But my first question to to my son called her is in. Did you have fun? The first question is did you work hard? Because that to me is never mind played in the NHL. But no matter what you do you have to work hard at it. Trying to build young good good young men versus good young hockey players everything else kind of takes care of itself. So I definitely health coach him. He loves the game, which is truly all I care about these watching you guys on TV reads sake news plays hockey all about it all the time. And that's what's most important to me. So I don't try to drive home. You know, play defense. He wa- want you pick up that check their. Hey, you should shoot the puck more. I think that stuff for maybe a little bit old. You're left hand shot as he left hand shot right in and shot. He's a right hand Shaw. Twenty fifteen that's right hand shot as well. And I have a rack of like four hundred sticks. I will not using any of them, and I'll be fine right sticks. Love the name called or though. Like that. Call. Great name. Yeah. I'd like to say it was after hockey trophies. But it's in fact, it's not my wife just liked the name that we have that pick dealt long before callers every thought of Mon so twenty twenty nine draft guys. Yeah. Late birthday Tolbert first date. So I fought year. So he can work on a skill the next year and endless as the right hand shots yet. Ten percent of the contract a good for you. Well, done dad right handed team it, I know definitely. Right handed team it, I know definitely. He's calling. It's been a pleasure. Thank you calling. Good stuff. Looking stream over five hundred NHL games. Blackout free sports net. Now is the product for you available to anyone over the internet sports net. Now gives you twenty four seven access to sports nets channels, including content not available on television. You can stream on the go or at home on your big screen from the most popular devices, including smartphones and tablets, apple TV, XBox, PlayStation and chrome cast sign up for as long as you want and cancel whenever you'd like. You can also stream NBA Premier League and all your favorite sports net original programming and more. Visit 'Send now dot CA for more details. That was calling Frazier. And that was Elliott fun conversation added time, my only disappointment was didn't come on air and start talking about how awful Kevin be exit wasn't then laugh in the middle and changes mine and start saying great things like Maury Povich show. Turn to that type of other real father. You you made an interesting point. You forget how much that guy. One tons Frazier where he went winning followed, right? And only he's sort of downplays it. Oh, a complementary piece. I was listening wouldn't you win that much like just to make you think about making on that two thousand and five team. Okay. Me with the greatest junior hockey team every assembled because there's all those guys that should be playing in the NHL. It's locked those guys are all coming back. He's on that team two thousand ten Blackhawks thousand twelve Los Angeles Kings. He did a whole lot of not just small winning. But big stage winning that would be fun. If I choice like here's the question. If you could be superstar and never win. And you could be a complimentary player and win a lot. What would you take? Oh, wow. I take them entry player. I'd take the win lamentably player. And the other thing that's to that interview. I will Adam Bursch. That's gotta be a podcast we do. And we have to get like like twenty five bucks. We have to get a copy of one of those reports power points. That's number one number two. What was cog owes two thousand ten Stanley Cup party? Like if he's saying even with the social media was crazier than Washington's what was that like been waiting to talk to a hockey player about that about doing research on another team? Not just okay what other tendencies whether they're all about. But just going and finding material to come at them with guess it happens more than we even realized a new about that bit with Quenneville where he would tell players you have to research each guy as a player. Yeah. But didn't realize that Ben eager? Was a researcher. Yeah. Like Avery was every took big pride in that shirt. It let's finish up your Elliott with some hashtag ask thirty one. I have actually a hashtag ask thirty one. Okay. Unbeknownst to me, and it's of our producer. I'm Dallas the last week on the podcast talking about Josh Anderson. Yes, scoring is coming off that Jamie Benn scrap which was old school and beautiful and it was violent arts. And we're talking about what's it like when you square up and there's distance between the fighters one thing for something. You know, the spontaneous volcanic eruption to happen. And you just right there, and it happens. It's another to have distance between you and you're thinking about what is about to happen and there's distance. And there's that gem always fascinated with the moment before something happens. Which is why I still think the best hockey photograph of ever seen is not to Ross shot of Bill Barocco. We've all seen the Bill Barocco picture Jerry Neal's going back and rocket as mouth open and the. Puck is about to go in. And if you look at the crowd it hasn't gone in yet because crowds still all sitting down. It's that slice of life. That split second right before something is happening. Not to Rosty captures that perfectly. Yes. In that Bill co picture. So I'm always fascinated by distance closing. And what's it like that breath before the kiss? What's that like when going up the roller coaster? That's the wine. You know, what I'm talking about this? I'm all our man at the least confiscate the other day asked, Josh Anderson. I think just to relax and try to get a good grip is obviously really important you kinda wanna stare them down. And and try to get that good grip where you want to really hold him. But I think really it's just relax and. You don't really see me actually relaxing fight after I get hit once. I don't know. It's something that I've been used to. Growing up in junior. I thought a little bit. And then like you said squaring off against guys. You're not really thinking too much on really thinking throw him his fascist can and see if you can get them with a couple. I think so I'm listening to that answer. And he says you gotta get a couple of shots in. And I'm thinking wrong answer. That's only gonna make even angrier. Can't I understand what he's trying to say. But part of me is that still not a great strategy. But give it up, Josh Anderson. Give it up to Josh enersen a for doing it and be for standing in answering the question. Yep. Speed of answering the question tomor junior. How do you think the players on the Rangers would take given their start? If management starts making trades keep in line with the goal of the rebuilt would they be angry or understand it in the big picture? This is some found money here for the Rangers. There's no question that internally that's being asked. What if we stay with what we do see players know, if you're real or you're Mirage, and especially when you've got young players you don't want necessarily teach them about giving up. If you're in the race you deserve to be in the race. You stay in the race. They still have time. There were some trade. Rumors about Kevin Hayes earlier this year. I think actually kipper started them all mentioning that. Mentioning that Winnipeg was interested, which makes a lot of sense. But a couple of teams were telling that Jeff Gordon's a guy who likes to wait closer the deadline, and he'll take his time. So you have time it's the old lamb rela line. If you have time use it. It's a great question. And if they're still in it close from the deadline, it's going to become a very big internal question. But they still have time to see are they really there from Rian Shaffer. What is the next big equipment breakthrough that has game changing potential like would to compass it sticks? Now positives for second. Because when this came in this morning that this would be good one that you on with Elliot. So I sent three texts though, one to someone who works for a an equipment manufacturer somebody worked in that industry. I sent one to a hockey retailer, and I sent one to a hockey general manager at the junior level whose real close I was. Working with kids. The retailer said helmets to of concussions. We simply can't fix concussions. I get that. Now, I'll read it some of the answers here to someone who works for a an equipment company. All one piece of quit. No, more shoulder pads, elbow, pads pants, shinned pads. It will all be connected, like a onesie just slide it on you get dressed, and you're ready to go. That one is an interesting while Sidney Crosby has that ones that he wears it has extra shoulder protection. So I can see like a onesie that has protection that covers up areas where elbow pads stop between your the cuff of your mitt. And you're like I can see that. I just don't know the full of full body spanks is coming into. But here's the other one and honesty. This is why love this question prompted these texts says from one of my favorite junior hockey, general managers to this is I'd never thought about this until this morning with thank you very much for this ask thirty one gloves K, really gloves. Haven't changed since they went to shorter cuffs now with the different grips players used for shooting. It wouldn't surprise me. If they went to more, customized grip and different feel for your lower hand than your top hand. It's kinda weird that it doesn't matter which way you shoot gloves or identical. There aren't any switch hitters that. I'm aware of at elite level hockey. So there should be some advantage to this. The idea that all gloves are the same for everybody. What are your size fourteen size? Fifteen. That's really you're only decision when you get into camp. What size gloves, do you? But now the players are using different types of grips, you know, top hand grip. Adam hand grip bottom for pushing top for pulling all that the idea that gloves would be personalized as more and more players are getting involved in shooting instruction and getting shootings coaches skills coaches at help with their shot. It wouldn't surprise this general manager, and I'm warming to the idea to now that I knew it through ahead. Maybe the clubs are the next piece of technology. The gets because you're left is the same as your as you get it right now. But why that's a great idea? I think that's really interesting one of the thing. I do I am more of that. John Shannon, tweeted out a picture of a golden glove a couple of weeks ago. And can't remember who said this. But African tweeted out, I guess the players association saw that tweet and said we've seen that. And there's no way we're doing that. And then I heard it got presented at the GM meetings last week in Toronto. So there's something going on there. But I like your glove idea. It's not mine is one. Now that I've the newly that makes a ton of sense. And and I told my wife about she said, it's great for the manufacturers that way, there's no hand-me-downs hand-me-down gloves. You've gotta buy new bear for everybody. But also on that whole spanks thing we were talking about I know it's not spanking on calling spanks. There's no doubt in my mind that they are going to change the equipment in terms of how slimming it is. And how little it feels on you one of my favorite football players growing up was Marcus Allen. And they used to joke that he looked like he was wearing a wet suit when he played the game. And a lot of athletes are like that they like not feeling like they're wearing anything. I wonder if that will get there where there was skates. I wonder about skate blades because blades have always been about. Traditionally, and it is starting to change. Now faster glide fast glide fast glide fast, live with so many guys in various, you know, mobility, edge work that they do a wonderful at a place now where skate blah. Blades themselves. Take that next. Evolution airy step as released technology stuff is all darts. That's will conclude on this one quickey podcast. Sweet folks. Thanks for being with us. Knowing Brown is plus minus still a relative stat in relevant. True. That's what he meant relevant stat. In today's NHL. I think it matters to know who's on for what? But many disregard it, and I'm unsure why there's some people who believe in it. I think Lula Morello believes in it. He's mentioned it a couple of times and passing to me to say that it's something he believes in other people do different things on years ago and hockey night in Canada radio Larry Robinson, when he coached in San Jose said that the sharks had a system where if you were on the ice, and you were directly involved in a scoring chance you gotta plus, and if you were on the ice, and you were directly involved in scoring chance against you. Gotta minus right. I like that a lot better. Yeah. I think that thing that people sort of look at with plus minus is if you get a minus, and you're not really responsible does that is a true indicator of your success slow. It just comes down to the fact that people believe there are deeper ways to look at this and determine cause and effect or you would falter not so goal base metrics are low event shots are a high base metric for information to deal with Ken Hitchcock was a big believer in possession. Like who was a reason that we got the puck in the offense zone for a long time. A lot of coaches will tell you they prefer that kind of a message. And I think a lot of people that are at the the high end analytics thinkers will tell you you're plus minus has to do with things like your goaltender safe resist and your teammates shooting percentage. Yes. Case in point when Alex Ovechkin had the worst, plus minus in the NHL, and then suddenly he didn't and that was more about his teammates because he's defensive player all of a sudden on that will wrap. Anything to add Elliot before we wanna say we have a job shadow or in today. Sam is with us and his mother who I believe I went to summer camp with at some point. She brought in these great cookies which have ruined my McCain figure, and I just want to say Sam, thanks very much. Sam won't you come around this way to can at least get on the YouTube version now Sam just wave to the camera. Just just you know, Sam Elliott was at the mall not too long ago. He had a nice polkadot bikini picked out for next summer and your mama's ruining ruined it said, but thanks very much. Susan for the cookies, we are finishing taping this podcast at three o'clock eastern time on Wednesday. He's been here since one thirty and he'll spend a good chunk of the night with us tonight. Yes. Fantast just to see what a joke. Our jobs are. It's really easy. Don't tell anyone. Okay. You know, who's got the easiest one to me. I do things like this. That was a bad pass Elliott agree Burkey? Was that offside walk them back to the program? And we'll be right back. Kind of all I do and every two weeks a paycheck shows up and someone yells stop the. On that will conclude on a thank calling phaser for stopping by. That was a lot of fun. Thanks to you for all the downloads and the eyeballs on YouTube. I will conclude with Hawksley workman. Always thank you to our producer. I'm L Delic Hawksley workman. This is battle Ford's hockey as a handful of shows right before Christmas in Creamer. Huntsville and Toronto we're back next week with more thirty-one thoughts the podcast, thanks for joining us. With. He said. The beating. Could afford. Freeze. Streets. Sniffed? On the edge of his name. Wasted. Dead shakes. It's been. His mom. With the. Stretch to say the blessing.

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I mean I mean if you can't stop them tell me. Mississippi state has appointed. Walk me out of here. Don't be stupid. Don't speak of being stupid. We had about two beds last week where I was going into boys and the boys are going against me. They took the Nope the Atlanta Falcons and I took the box. You know what we might have to do on this one box one by like sixteen soccer aggregate hour. So we'll get ravens. beat the rams by like thirty nine. No no no. We're not playing that okay. That's not how gambling works fucking. Bring Your Canadian bullshit. Forecasted you got spanked not as bad box warmer like sixteen hours. Should the Ravens win by ten. It's time boss twenty. We were both wrong. We're both right even save. It doesn't matter if it's split one hundred point whatsoever to carry over to keep we'll keep track of this idiots will make dump picks this week to disagree with well. Let's get into it. Let's do it Thanksgiving Day. Now we're talking all you'd never ask twelve thirty PM START EASTERN WE HAVE THE DETROIT LIONS versus the Chicago. CHICAGO BEARS DETROIT. Lions are at home game three and a half points let me get the stats for you. Here eighty percent of the bets are on Chicago. Eighty four percent of the money is on Chicago while seventy seventy three percent of the bets are on the under eighty two percent of the money's on the under. What do we like here please? Todd I'll start with you boy I tell you what I'm I'm not not touching it man I you know I wanna go Chicago but One of their minus three and a half. Yeah see what I'm afraid of is going to win this game by three it at least hook there now. I know this rookie. The first time in for star Aguilera Blah Blah. He's up picking new quarterbacks are knows. No slouch Joe Slouches. Are you speaking of just breeder okay so we agree history there. Well here's a rule. You don't have to go here on the show Against you but as a rule as someone on on the show you do have to bet it because it is a Thanksgiving game on sell. I agree with that all right so I'm going to go ahead and I'm going to I'M GONNA go I'll take Chicago. I'll take Chicago minus three and a half I feel like Detroit Thanksgiving Day. They've got a history of losing I feel like I feel like this is going to be trubisky's come out game okay. Thank you Thanksgiving Day. Comiskey is best game of the year by the. I think we were against the bears last week in the giants had a nice little back door cover if I remember correctly always an option against the bears because their offense is terrible to blow out of team. I'm GONNA I believe me admits here though. Yeah I think so. I mean the lines have nothing nothing. Just be might might not have their second string quarterback playing direct jeffey Driscoll Christie's Jeffey jetskis. He's best connor. What do you think I I think I'm GonNa take the under here. I don't trust any of thirty seven thirty eight low boy. It's it's so last week both the thirty-seven hit I know with the steelers tape. No how did you know and it just feels like one of those games that it's going to be a disgusting. When I thirty seven I have to have like it's like it's such a rush rushed to take the under one? It's thirty seven. It's so low you have to sounds like a game that could go ten seven good exactly three nothing. But don't trust the line if lines turn the ball all over. Yeah couple. Defense sounds of this game. Mitch accidentally turns around and throws it out of his own end zone which he can dumpy. Yeah I'm with Conor I've leaned the under. I don't WanNa touch either of these. Okay next game. Buffalo bills at the Dallas cowboys is the spread over unders. Here's forty six and a half sixty. One percent of the bets are on Buffalo Fifty eight percent of the money's on Buffalo Fifty. Four percents of the bets are on the under but only thirty percent of the money. Zanu let me under so it seems like a little sharp action to the over there which is surprising with the buffalo bills because they are quite a great honor team this year. Do we have anything on this one. Yeah you know Tony. I wrote down bills plus seven Like when I think about the cowboys on Thanksgiving I just think about them dismantled their at home it just I I like you said. I don't like this bill team. Just one of those teams seems like everywhere you look. It's not something I don't know how they're eight and three. I don't know how they're using. I duNno I mean. They haven't been blown up even the game. They lost to the Patriots. Josh Allen and didn't get hurt they could have won that game. Barkley threw an interception at the end. Me Bartlett's pretty good but I S- cowboys six and a half seven. I'll take it. I think I'M GONNA go that way too but I'm gonNA tease this one. Actually there you go down to pick him With the saints. The next game of the night is also pick him so the cowboys and saints just kind of have to win. I could get fucked there the bills Goodwin but I liked that as a little teaser. But we'll stick with us as of right now gumby. What are you taking on here? I I love the bills do you. Seven three and one against the spread the APP four zero and one against the spread away games. I think they're tied with cars for against the spread record and I just feel like this. This is everyone's saying they're not a good team. They just have a good record in. This is their chance on national television to let everybody know that they are good team. I think they're Mickey Mouse. Fakes I really do. That's fine I like him to cover the seven here good. Glad we're against each other here. Thank you I agree with you. They are not in eighty three team. A by I think Jerry Jerry Jones did the stacey made probably to light a fire in some asses is going to backfire. A thing too much pressure on the coach too much pressure on Dak and like you said if technically they should not have a problem with the bills because the bills are great at stopping the run track. Zeke should be able to run all over them but I think that pressure is putting on them. They're going to want to put points on the board quickly. They're going to try to pass too much. It's not going to pay off the bills and keep us close so I'm definitely taking them in the points also Thursday night or Thursdays Thursday games. It's been tough for the road team. Go Oh on even though we took the fucking bears like it's It's tough to go on on the road and play on a short week And if I don't give them the saints at Falcons Falcons is our Sorry Saints Falcons Falcons are plus six and a half over under forty eight and a half Eighty one percent of the bets are on the saints. Eighty five five percent of the money's on saints in seventy four percent of bets. Money are on the over the forty eight and a half do boys companies. You like anything. I'M GONNA tease this one. Excuse me why because I'm going to get the saints at even the other and I'm going to go over really. Wow I saw over forty one. Yeah I think they'll be points in this. What is the Falcons? Don't score. I think that all I just think everyone scores. Say Yeah I mean the saints just gave up a both points to the panthers you know what I mean. The the saints are not playing good football like I hate to tell everybody this but they since they wachs the cardinals a few weeks ago because they've been struggling so I I'm not I wouldn't take the minus seven. I don't like that just because I think the folk folk falcons are decent man. They really are. They just quit saying that. They're not the quit. Saying Falcons Falk at nine thousand. Yeah I'M GONNA take the over because I I'm with you. I I do think norlander runs away with this one. They put a lot of points on the board but they also allow a lot of points. I think this is pretty easy. Cover for the over. The Falcons are a good team there. Three eight it went into New Orleans and spank the same. That was a mickey mouse game. But it wasn't the saints. Were coming an offer by the way we weren't ready. If you're not ready off a bye when are you ready. They got blown out of Tampa Bay last week and they spanked Carolina in Carolina. The Carolinas just went into New Orleans. Carolina's Goodwin listen the fucking. They're not as bad as the record says are they are slander. Slander they slander. You got me upset context. I gotta I gotTa Lean in. It's actually the under I kinda Division match up. It just doesn't seem right about the over in last year. I mean this is kind of a grudge. But last year second Saints Saints Falcons Game. I bet the over and it did not hit so the under thirty one ten. Yeah exactly I couldn't even see like twenty four seven Julio might not play Ooh Though fun in fact for everybody agree. That's big is it. That's huge. Hey isn't it. I mean a lot more on really. Who else is he going to throw it to? You know so new anymore. We do it all right now. We go to Sunday. Come on now. We go to Sunday right. I gave him my sheet. Here's Sunday is the Cleveland. Brownies at the Pittsburgh steelers Baker Mayfield. I DOC Hodges School steelers are are point and a half home dogs over under thirty nine and a half. They played two weeks ago. Twenty one seven. What happened there? We all know what happened there company and we start with you. I'm not touching this Tony who i. I don't think the browns rounds or all the way back like everyone seems to think but I I mean I like the steelers getting points at home. That is nice but I just. I'm staying away from it todd You take that home dog right fucking now there's no way to beat them twice Rocky is going to ball out. The is the a man he's GonNa turn this whole thing around he's GonNa take this car just like your dad. We need pissing me off on the way to kings island car around and get things going. Correct Yeah steelers. Though it has to be the steelers and they can't lose the browns twice in the ask alive when that happens. It's not gonNA happen this year over under thirty nine and a half I. I'm obviously not gonNA play this game. I would lean over there Tony Really. Yeah Yeah Yeah for sure story one seven two weeks ago. Yeah with Rudolph in throw him four. Pick got duck at home. I don't think either often it's going to do much again. I I agree. steelers defense is really good now. They have some reason for optimism. The browns defense getting better to eat. Not It it's too bad he's not gonNA plan is he. Hurt Moscow turt- The risks. We're GONNA get the browns fans that listen What are you keep picking the browns? Well what are they four seven to one against spread four for six and one two and three against the spread away. I'm not saying I'm not saying picking against them here because I'm not gonNA pick this game but go fuck yourselves dumb ass. This fan base is the most easily upset fan base and all of the NFL. They act like they've been a great team for the last thirty years. What do you do browns? I don't know maybe they haven't had a fucking winning season Birkin. Just enjoy winning a game. Cube cares who picks against you if your team wins Haiti. Oh boy I don't like. La reacted upset last win. Either fucking cocky for that. What did you? What did you do what you really accomplish? beat the Dolphins Pinata good for you the city so much okay. Oh here's the stats for mall rattle rattle the the Seventy four percent of the bets are on the on the Cleveland Browns. Seventy four percent of the money's on the Cleveland browns fifty nine percent of the bets are on the under ninety eighty. Two percent of the money is on the under. So that's next game. Green Bay packers at the New York. Giants Sarajevo packers are my six and a half going to New York work over under forty five and a half The packers have ninety percent of the vets in money. In the over has seventy percent of abets in money. Packers are one of my. I don't have them on my sheet but I'm leaning go packers here huge bounce back. I mean they yeah. They struggled against the forty niners. Defense Fence Newsflash the giants defense is not the forty niners defense. No it is not also Danny dimes. The packers have a very the type of defense that likes to feast on turnovers reverse Danny dimes prone to turn it over a few times speed town. Think I'M GONNA go packers here. Also a teacher opportunity with that six and a half line there. Tease it down to do money line. So that's me gump everything. Yeah I'd probably lean that way too. I mean I hope to see the packers bounce back after how against against the niners. But I'm just going to stay away from A. Yeah I'm slamming. The packer is probably the most middle put on a game. tyrod the the packers are very good football team in a six and a half against giants who are just not good are not good. The bears just went any there. And we're up twenty seven with like three minutes. Left in. The bears are not even know what I'm saying hackers so I think Raji Big Bounce back we get some more respect on the packers. Let's again every week. BJ Raji is not on the packers anymore taught. Yeah engines going to have a day. When when he has day they played great? Probably going to take them first-half though really what's the first sign. It's three and a half. I believe that's a good line. Yeah just a tickle. Yeah Yep I think he's a hot. What does and I I could see some late scoring happening From the giants in this game but definitely I know I know I disobeyed sump about Green Bay. What would you say that what I just said I was taking the petters I know? I don't trust the man I don't don't trust what's going on with them defensively so that being the case I'm going to play it safe. Go first half spread. Okay respect I respect the I I am. I mean you get a nice w on your early start day off right bill you can answer do you have. Do you have any better now. I drink a lot of caffeine Phoenician next game. Oh all love this matchup. New York jets at the Dalton led Cincinnati Ninety bengals plus three and a half at home over under forty one and a half connor. What do you like here how I like the over forty one and a half the jet? I mean you're the judge dropping thirty points in the past three games. I believe even. Yeah the Red Rock is going to come out selling. I could see the bengals getting there. I went on so you know who else likes. The over everyone. Seventy seven percent of the bet. Seventy nine percent of the money is is on the over. Seventy five percent of the money is on the jets. todd anything here. I'm taking jets. Okay I think Dalton yeah come back but AH jets man. They're not bad. Nope no player Anto playing really well right now and the dog in the dolphins auden darnold seventeen. Great Time I watched the bengals person on not not a great team now. Eighty gives them a much better chance to win. He can actually throw ball a little bit and much better chance to win but maybe aged green goes back though now jets Hammer Hammer. Jet Tammy's Bengals. Oh foreign one against the spread at home. I I don't I don't think Dalton has I mean yeah. He probably wants to play but I don't think he has. Anything to prove. Danny Buddy well I mean. I think he's auditioning for first job. Yeah I think you'll get a shot either way on what on what he's done not what he's going to do to finish the season to Kaga can't hurt long as it's not the dolphins on good That'd be such a good dolphins move They Yep Dolphins are assigned Dalton. And they're taken in the draft in to To sit for a year so I don't mind that. He has long as as long as we get a quarterback Donald Tena Hill. But I let them go. Oakland raiders plus nine and a half at the Kansas City chiefs over under fifty. One one and a half. Let's see if I could find some stats for here for you. Boys Sixty four percent of the bets are in the under seventy five percent of the money's on the under fifty one percent of the bets on K. C. Sixty one percent of the money is on. KC This will not be a game than I am. Touching is anyone in this room touching this game no no sir past past past and no thank you fast. The number seems high. But if the chiefs get going going you know what I mean like good. And they're not stopping. Yeah the raiders Seem to be on a bit of a Schneider rate. You just don't know what's going to happen this game. nope also nine and a half game here. Eagles at dolphins dolphins plus nine in half home dogs over under forty four and a half when we get the stats for you here. Sixty seven percent of the bets are on Philly ninety percent of the money. Money is on Philly. Eighty one percent of the bets on the under seventy two percent of the money on the under Staying away from this one for me dumpy Dolphins Fan. We don't hear too high. I mean the dolphins didn't look great against Cleveland. They're starting to play shitty again. I mean but the eagles have looked like shit too so I mean yeah. Stay away from me stay away stay away. I'm GonNa take the eagles are you. Yeah heads here's why because here's what's going to have to although there's always just enough just enough that happens for people to say wins then years and this is going to be one of those games is GonNa blow the fuck up. He's on a thirty yard. The actually anti went. Pick it while picking. I'll make some money off my anti winds the cynicism and that was taught. I hate cars of the week brought to you. By cobalt the number one three level in a game level keep a level. Keep important for cobol realizes. They're all his foot level game of the week. Is this game of the week San Francisco Forty niners at the Baltimore Ravens. Ravens are minus five and a half at home at the bank. Catch me outside of bank. Whatever else mark you said big trust they trust will will will will over under forty six and a half? Let's see here let me get you some stats boys and girls let me find it. Let me find it. I'm an idiot. Can't fight it. There is seventy two percent of the bets are on the over. Okay okay. Ninety three percent of the money's on the over S- kind of interesting to pretty good defenses. Fifty eight percent of the bedser on Baltimore Sixty fifty seven percent of the money is on Baltimore Corner. I'll start with you. I'm GonNa take the niners here. I know the last thing you should we do right now. Is Bet against Lamar Jackson. But I get it Don you know maybe like twenty twenty seven twenty four out. I think it's going to be a very ugly big but I like the niners with the five and a half got to be brave and love the Ravens Hammer Hammer Hammer. Niners I just I think the niners of the best thing the football right. I could be very wrong on this. Be Proven very very wrong. I think they're the defense that can stop Lamar. Whoa not so much? I think that can contain Lamar and stop Ingram I these guys hit like nobody. I've ever seen before for like the fucking hurt you one on one pop your doubt. There's no missed tackles. I Dunno I think it wears on a team. Yeah okay so we have niners the Ravens niners and I'm staying away from Marc. Jason clouding my judgment. I took the fucking ribs last week clearly. The hatred for the Ravens is clouding my judgment. No obviously I don't bet on the steelers because I I can't think clearly I'm starting to think that I can't bet the division at all. I mean it's a safe bet. Not If you're right I just can't think about it clearly it would be a damn. Am Stay with the forty niners won that game the dim ship over. That might be underplayed for me. I don't know I think the Ravens defense is credit but also the rams offense is horrendous. Yeah and Ravens are seven and four on the audited stats stats. He can't argue state giving those stats one of my favorite games this week. Tampa Bay buccaneers at the Jaguars currently pick them. I'm saying do that over under forty seven and a half. Give me Jamie Wednesday again back to back weeks. I mean this offense is really really good to to the to the best receivers in the fucking yes I just stats I mean yeah. I'm I'll double okay. I don't think Tampa Bay has gone over nine straight nine and two on the over five and one on the overgrown away games. Yeah I mean th th. They are over assured over team because they have a great offense inflating no defense let me give you the stats here. I'm Tampa Bay Jacksonville. Eighty percent of the bets are on Tampa Ninety. Three percent of the money is on Tampa. Fifty four percents of the bets on the over but only twenty five percent of the money is on the over I do love Tampa Bay Bucks. Here is one of my pets. I'm going to go bigger on this game than any really for sure. They're filling it right now. Jacksonville is not art. I mean bruce burst is feeling it. Yeah he's having a good time as the press conference he's like. Hey Obama glass half full. It's about this Garner grumpy. I'm I'm staying away. Connor Lean Bucks with the. I think the JAGS are dead there in a lot. And it's weird because for net is still putting up numbers to which I thought would have propelled them to be half decent. I mean how is it that falls you know not the best quarterback in league like everyone fucking says he is mentioned means no Carson Wentz now. He's not he's also not Gardner. Michio Billy bets that the balance on the scale is that what he's doing right now No I was actually trying to see if there was a line set for four nights rushing yards camera the Oh okay. So here's a fun fact. I'll I don't have to play catch up how quickly I could pull it up. Who we talking about for an Jags? JAGS JAGS and box okay. So let me go. F- You wonder where we're getting these stats from team. RANKINGS DOT COM. You Click on the matchup go to rating staffs and then you gotTa match up stats. That's here we talked about rushing. Jacksonville is number six in yards per rush. This is that I was looking for Tampa. Bay's actually number two you in the league against for yards per rush. They are very good rushing defense. They're giving up Their number one or sorry number two and opponents rushing yards per game number two and opponents yards per rush number five in opponents rushing touchdowns per game so they are rushing defense. So you wouldn't take the four nine under. It's not a terrible pick. Yeah it's not and they're going to have to play catch up this entire game. Like he may get some receptions. He's pretty good now. Real bad for those rushing running the ball not gonNA happen a lot and that was Todd Stack quarter brought to you by cobalt number one three foot level in the game cube level keep applying cobalt. Uh Tennessee titans plus two and a half at the Indianapolis Colts over under forty three and a half fifty. One percent of the bets are on Tennessee. Sixty three percent of the money's on Tennessee. Seventy percent of the bets are on the over. Eighty seven percent of the money is on the over. I you're not GonNa see me touch his game with your fucking money. Thank you all sit back and enjoy the over. Okay definitely taking me over. I forty three and a half shootout man. I'm not y'all love. My Colts Tennessee's playing very well right now with health home. I think that It's it's GonNa be a fucking shootouts going to be a hell of a game. Probably I could see ago over forty three twenty four twenty one twenty yes twenty park twenty seven twenty four dude. That's fucking looking for carried away next game redskins go to Carolina. Fifty six percent of the bets are on the under ninety. Six percent of the money is on the under here which is thirty nine and a half. The line is nine nine Carolina's modest nine and a half. Sorry lot of nine and a half this week. I Lotta high spreads. Sixty seven percent of the bets are on Carolina. Seventy three percent of the money's on Carolina Allina not allied to Wayne Hoskin believers Is anyone taking anything on this fucking game. Another grocery maybe yeah to everyone past past past Dittmer Tony over there actually. Seven four on the over. They give up quite a few points. They will score by only fears. The redskins not scoring at all. But that will that could definitely happen. I mean that could happen as loves what was Haskins on the field. Though you've had your chance I mean the guy can swing it who I can swing it. Who Dwayne Haskins? Okay sure Rams Williams had the cardinals Cardoza currently plus three over under forty seven and a half sixty eight percent of the bets on the over ninety six percent of the money's on the over sixty see two percent of the bathroom areas but only forty eight percent of the money's on Arizona. Things are some recently is here. People are loving. The car does because they're seven three one one best team against the spread this year And then they just saw the rams get fucking destroyed by the Ravens I'm one of these people falling into this trap. I'M GONNA take the cars plus three dummies. You Tony they've been my wagon all year long. I've rode the cardinals. I'm not getting off. Now leave their off a bye off a bye yet. They lost their last game in San Fran which was tight until mistakes were made. Mary's played. Okay well real well and I mean he's obviously not the same but he has a similar style is Lamar he can he can move. I'm going to stay away from this one just because it makes me nervous Everson. There's plenty of other games together right. There are plenty of other games. Todd are you taking this. I'm going to lay off this one too. I mean I I lean kernels I think. Yeah they're playing very well the lines doom rather well saw so but not enough to spreading money out next game. chargers traveled to Denver over under thirty eight and a half uh-huh disgusting Two and a half is the spread. Did I say that. Don't care. Eighty five percent of the vets are on the chargers Seventy nine percent of the money's moneys in the chargers. Sixty three percent of the bets are in the under eighty nine percent of the money's on the under here Denver been a great team all season. Long I love. I love chargers I do. I love the charger. We talked about it last week. after Denver blew the first half lead in Minnesota see how they respond spawn the next week are they even GonNa try. They don't even know who's starting at quarterback yet it could be drew. Lock Andrew Lock. I watched him. This preseason looked horrendous so it is daily go three points at Buffalo. I love the chargers here. I'm with you Tony. I loved the chargers to I love the charges as well. Don't hate don't hate the under either because I literally don't think thank numbers GonNa Score chargers eight and three on the under this year as well. I believe Darwin. James is coming back this week as big for them. That is big for the judges. You say Durham James. Yeah Wow yeah. He's been on our all. Your people forget that he was incredible last year. If you wanted to all pro always liked him good. That's good for you. Yeah this is a this is another one to put some money on. especially if you want to mix one with a teaser. Give them a little little cheese and todd that's-they that's TV todd brought to you by cobalt three-foot levels keeping level. Keep it plump djs. Every time I do this with our sponsor by the way. I'm doing this because todd has a couple of enormous desperate and he looks directly into the camera. Well actually no. There's not Canada's role and he does this Ninja move with the level. It's pretty awesome second. The last game primetime Sunday night been waiting all day for Sunday. Night New England patriots minus three and a half at the Houston Texans Over under forty four and a half let me get some stats on this game. Three boys eighty percent of the bets on New England. Sixty percent of the money's on New England fifty four percent the only over bets and money. I don't like this game do you. I do not like this game. I honestly kind of like the over evolve the Relief but yeah without terrible. The pats Evans's looked I still kind like the over in this one because it's only forty four but I'm staying away Gumby I don't hate the Texans getting points at home but they could lay another egg. You know what I don't know what you're getting from the Texans you know the Patriots are GonNa Play Good D. I don't love the number of get them away but I would lean the under. I took Dallas last week and got a win against the Patriot. Thank you people aren't saying this. Thank you Jason Garrett yes I mean kicking up field goal was and also the Patriots at the end knocking the field goal and rather decided the ball charts great that was a sweat Greg damaging but I'm not going to try to go against the Patriots two weeks in a row I feel like that's it's just a dumb thing to do as far as betting concern so I'm just GonNa stay. I feel like they're going to run the ball very effectively. The Patriots against tests where has been Fuelling old number two. You six like he's going to allow James Devlin got hurt early in the year without Devlin. Sunny Michelle's not the same but Landon Roberts versus been playing fullback. Defense guy there so we'll see also so we're all stay here your the show and going Houston underlying sees me. What underlain underline patriots? Five and one on the under away Texans or four and one on on the under at home. Great Monday night. Football game against the Vikings at seahawks. We have Primetime Russell Wilson versus primetime time Kirk cousins big match up pretty much the exact opposite primetime players the spread is three the over under forty nine and a half the stats. That's in this game. Fifty three percent of the bets around the over eighty four percent of the money is on the over sixty two percent of the bets on Seattle but only thirty seven percent of the money's on Seattle. Not taking it not touching. Well it's I mean it's like five days away. I'll probably bet this bill. Tush everywhere and Vikings were my civil towards them a lot to share. I mean Seattle's defense has been much better much better. You feel like the Vikings Defense has been sneaky not as good now not has especially since that Denver game. They haven't really had the same Pop if you will I like the over here Russell's score. I think it's going to be a good game. So you gotta think that Kirk cousins is GonNa lead a few successful. Do you think you would Salt Lake Dion over. I love the seahawks. Okay because since Pete Carroll took over twenty eight five one straight up in prime time they love since Twenty Johny sixteen eleven to two against the spread in prime. Tom Kirk cousins one in seven straight up in prime time as prime time to six and two against the spread spread in Primetime. Pick of the week seahawks. Sick of the week Heckuva Week. Go whole dot agree agree. I don't I don't think they're gonNA be able to run the ball very well against the hawks. And now this Tony I just love that. That Russel Wilson Has Josh Gordon. That's that he has that guy now. On on third down conversion he can always look at your right and I think that's all the difference. Hey you're right all right so if you remember your picks go through room I have the saints six and a half the bucks minus one cards plus three in the chargers minds two and a half. I'm for sure going to add some over unders so follow us on the Action Network Action Dot APS last digs. Tom mccombs bus owner billy. Space Z those are mine Got Any bears lines under okay. Bills Cowboys cowboys. Saints Falcons over our sorry under. Jesus did get right. Excuse me Komo wrote I wrote over Gamal. Goth jets bengals over packers giants. Packers' love the packers steelers. steelers Brown's got the steelers shakes niners. Ravens got the niners sweep through. I I got a couple of college to okay Michigan plus nine okay. I'M GONNA take them here. We are jamboree jumping randy. I just I just guessed the spread today and it happened to be right here so I'm just GonNa go with it and also Cincinnati plus eleven against Memphis. I Y- that CINCINNATI MEMPHIS. That's big line for an eight to eight hundred teams or whatever. They are nine one one. I don't know if my records are correct there. But they're both one loss teams. Yeah that's a big spread huge Especially Cincinnati plays defense Guppy I got the SEAHAWKS. The bills in the appoints the box the ravens the cardinals in the points and the chargers. Todd you guys readily available if not I could rattle off teaser. That I have I do I have Chicago I have the cowboys have the over NOR ORLEANS ATLANTA. Stiller's the jets Philly the over Tennessee Indianapolis Tampa Bay and the seahawks. All right does your NFL bets and Connors to cause vets not gonNA give out any college Spetsnaz. Save it for my action network. My college boats are also almost guaranteed. Lose so keep that in mind. 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Whats next for the Philadelphia 76ers? w/ Derek Bodner

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Whats next for the Philadelphia 76ers? w/ Derek Bodner

"Welcome to another edition premium WHO's podcast? I'm your host Mark Schindler. Today I am joined by Derek Bonner of who covers the Philadelphia Seventy sixers for the athletic. Almost we know who he is one of my favorite writers really sexy rejoined my him today our continuing our offseason overview kind of season review podcast. So, going to be talking all about the seventy sixers today. Derek first of all, thank you for joining an how're you doing today man? I'm doing well, thanks for having me. Thanks for joining dude. So. Obviously, there's lots own pack. When looking at the seventy sixers season and where they're headed and I think first of all. I just want to ask you you know right up front what are your thoughts on kind of how the season ended obviously murky with the bubble but just kind of wonder what your closing thoughts are in a little bit on the direction of the team. Yeah. I, mean I think the team is. I think it's almost good that the season ended the way that they did. You know obviously, if Ben Simmons were healthy, they don't get swept in the first round. But I think it's probably good because I don't think. You wanted to really be tricked. On where this team stands, you know I think you need to know that this team needs quite a bit of work and I think if I think maybe they were a little unsure of that when the bubble started but I think after what has happened and after watching the NBA. Playoffs. I think it's pretty clear that they have some work head of him So I think it's it's good. Await ended. I don't think they're necessarily good place. Reading it's good that we can be a little bit honest with them. You know how much work they had to do to get to where they want be were they thought they were heading into the season. Yeah Yeah. I really liked that that point because you know I cover the pacers I for espionage corn rows and I felt very similarly as much as Kinda sucks seeing that we're going to get fired away was talking with him. He's great. Dude but it's basketball and I think if the Pacers don't swept, he maybe doesn't get fired in that that. Doesn't set a whole set of different things in motion. So I think that's a really interesting way to look at it. Obviously Doc Rivers has been hired and European on him. First of all people have not read. You wrote a piece on the allure of Doc. Rivers was really good. So I definitely employ people to go read that on but I wanNA talk about him for a minute and kind of your thoughts on his exit with with the clippers and his places coach because I think there's been a lot more discourse around him as a coach than I expected. When he got fired. Yeah, I mean I think coaching is like a weird spot I think there's five or seven coaches in the league who are just great coaches like they will succeed in almost any environment that they're in. And then there's other coaches who sort of range like depending on their personnel and their situation and where they they're they're placed in, they could be format a minus level or are. They can perform a sea level and they can really be anywhere between I think docker sort of fits in there I think we've seen that over. Twenty one years. In the NBA I think The clippers were such a look I think they were the best most complete roster. In the NBA this year I picked them the finals. I think in terms of two way play term strengths and weaknesses They were a very good team. And the way that they. Disappointed in the playoffs it is i. mean it was stunning. But. That tends to have consequences and it's happened so much with doc where you can understand where the narrative sort of ran away I think he is a good coach. I think he is not GonNa fix what ails the sixers I think we're looking at this and you're saying there one coach away from making sense on a basketball court. I, don't that's not how I see the sixers world but in terms of of docking separate, you know it was surprising to me because it happened. So quickly, it was surprising to me because I thought that was a very good team and it surprised me because frankly you're looking at that team and you say we'll they've got got convince Leonard and Paul George stick around when the season's over because we'll both be freed. and. We think the best way to do that is make a change a coach and that's surprising for Guy Doc stature and where that team is, but it's when you blow a three one lead like that like everything is brought into question. So it's really weird sense because he blew that they blew that Lee was a bubble year everything about it was different but you get why they wanna make some change but you know like them, I, think, I put a lot of this on players and I'd say that with both clippers. Disappointed and also with the sixers turned around, I think sometimes coaching just easiest thing to change easiest lever to pull and You know I think about franchises sort of seeing yeah. No I really liked that point I? Think especially with the sixers. I think a lot got heaped on rap Brown and I do think there were some things with Bob Brown the obviously could have improved on I. Think it was just from my position and that I read and that was reported on it seemed like he did have a kind of a loss of locker room to a sense. But I think you look at it and it's like I mean you can bring whatever coach you want to but you can't change the fact that Tobias Harris is playing out of position. You can't use the fact that Al Horford can't really fit with Joel embiid super well. I mean that's that's it's all personnel. Same thing with the clippers they didn't have anybody who's technically real playmaker on the team and I think I agree on I I pick them to win finals too. But I think we also saw in game seven. I mean you can't coach can't control the fact that Paul Georgian. Guan. Are GonNA shoot like combined twenty eight percent from the field that just happens now and so I think it's it's interesting going forward because you look at obviously the way that that the sixers rosters bill and kind of crazy stuff that has come out about the front. Office. In recent months. I wonder. A I guess we'LL START I wanted to ask about Joel Embiid, kind of your thoughts on him as a player and where he's at in his career so far This was technically. Third third like technically full ish season is never played a full season before, but you know in in terms of not being a rookie finally and. I just wonder where you think about his career where he's actually you love you to water the expectations on himself. At the beginning of the year and talks about winning. MVP being offensive player of the year and wanting to win a title, and obviously that didn't come to fruition and I'm not trying to let that all on him. But I think it's just an interesting starting point talking. Yeah I mean I in beads in a weird spot because it's A. You know on the one hand. I don't think he individually had a good enough season. I think he came into season he wasn't an optimal shape. He had a lot of knee problems lost at the end of the Toronto series. A year and a half ago. Now in a limited last summer, he wasn't as good enough shape. He didn't get back into shape. Quick enough on the other hand. You know I think being a post up player as an teams number one option. Today's NBA is really tough and huge sort of thrust in that. Because, the sixers are just have a real dearth of perimeter shot creation. They have brought up the clippers and a lack of playmakers of sixes or that on steroids. There's just no no not only ability to get into the paint and get in the rim but also there's just no creativity the only real creative pastor of to create a pass on team, Ben Simmons and Al Horford and Ben Simmons because of his limitations as shooter isn't really good at creating off a pick and roll isn't really good at creating downhill in the half court like you'd won the beat Al. Horford. I mean he's a big. He's a good passer, but there's a functional limit to how more. That creativity can help you. So you're to best passers we weren't really in a position to take advantage of them too much. So you're left with Joel embiid in the post and. He is sort of the edge case in terms of you can actually run a post offense through him. He's one of the few that can be a high usage player and still be efficient. But at the end of the day, it's still very tough to build an offense around that sort of archetypal player especially when you don't have an abundance of shooting especially when you have real elite off ball threats like you had with J. Radical had a little bit with Landry Shamet. You guys who can move off the ball and create opportunities. For them. Not only is it tough to be a post up player in today's NBA but it's also then you didn't have a roster that really make take advantage of that even if you could do. So I, think it was a tough spot I. think they end up with a thirteenth ranked offense and then there's probably about where I expect them to be because I think the seems really isn't built to be a successful half court offense in playoffs. You know I think if I'd get on Joel embiid. A lot of it would be on the defensive end of the court felt like his effort, his body language, his his attention to detail was very up and down throughout the course we season and I think some of his frustrations in terms of offense and the role and not having the personnel take advantage of my think that got him a little bit. Throughout the season that he just wasn't, he's still if you look at the numbers, use a very good a great one of the best in the League defender, but it wasn't quite what it was in previous years. So I think my. Look at any fear minutes I. Think he played like four few minutes this year than last year lot of his offensive numbers. We'll be down because of that but I think if I was GONNA say this is why he disappointed it's ain't shape and be the defense focus was just up and down the rest of it I think is largely team contract. Yeah, yeah. I totally agree with that I. Think what really stuck out from US year in terms of you know looking at at his his defensive consistency. Like I think there was a game it was either in January or February against the hawks that they lost in Atlanta a very close game and I just remember trae young was just obliterating them in pick and roll and pulling up from sixteen feet in. Joel did not come up to contest it always one of the few bigs who's agile enough on his feet to come up and contest while still protecting the rim really well, and didn't at all and I think that's what one of one of the Times what really stuck out for me and obviously happen all throughout the season but I totally agree I totally saw that is and I think. I agree on on the post up offense like I think he by a large margin was the best post player in the league this year. When you like filter for volume and it's just it's interesting to look at especially talking about shooting and I really liked the point and he brought about Ben. Simmons because I always really liked the point house people. As two points, Number One ben Simmons is not a point guard I think that Philadelphia finally realized that this year in was kind of coming to terms with that but I think a lot of it to me just from watching I think a lot of what came down. He was forced into playing point guard because Marquel Foltz didn't work out and there was no plan B. for that. Obviously, you can't really plan for that but. I think that is just for my my point of view this high saw and I think a lot of people have this idea that Ben Simmons is a guy who can run pick and roll and be. Dis- dynamic half threat and he's not. Like he doesn't it without the shooting I think we can talk about the shooting in a minute but I think that's such. A huge part of why the offense is flocked because there isn't anyone you can create in the half court like you're mentioning. Yeah I mean the whole point guard is not. Don't get caught up on that. Has Certainly, the court vision and the patients, and he sees the game like a point guard but you just you need somebody with that skill set who you can put a high pick and roll spur the floor and create off from and for others in the. More that it's it's troubling Ben doesn't have that but it's especially twelve because they don't have anyone else who can give you a facsimile of that. It's if Ben was it it'd be great to utilize Ben's passing and court vision creativity if you also then had that skill set on top of it and I think that's what. They saw when they drafted Marquel, you know that was mark hells real skill was that pick and roll play. I think recognize that they sort of needed that kind of player to put next to Ben Simmons and we call them point guard or however that skill set and for whatever reason they went completely away from it you know you had it a little bit and Jimmy Butler the previous year. And you look at at this past year and the sixers best picking role player is. What. Josh. Richardson Vice Harris like that's just it's not. It's not good. Enough Greece. We in sixers land spent a lot of time. Should have kept trey burke or is out burks good enough, and it's like if you're having that question as a title contender, you're probably not really a title contender and it's a skill set the sixers very much ignored. Yeah. Yeah definitely and I think kind of going off of that like we mentioned with with Ben and not having a a real shot in the half court until he gets, you know closer to the basket. Obviously, how much do I don't want to say it does it bother you 'cause I think you're pretty objective but like in terms of looking at Ben and not being willing shooter, just not being willing to try shooting. How much do you think that kind of factors into some of the issues that they had Yeah I mean look if there's one thing I've gotten used to covering with the sixers it's point guards at won't shoot. Not only that can't shoot but that's just flat out won't shoot. It was a little stir engine the Marquel Foltz case because I won't point he could shoot you would you whereas Ben Never would? But there is a Yeah, look. I. Mean they've they've worked with him a lot Ben put a lot of work into it. We're here's what I'll say like I think a lot of people see it, and if it must assume that Ben doesn't work on his jumper no, he spends a lot of time work on spend a lot of time in student. It's been a lot of time out of season. He has put in a lot of work on his jumper. There is a comfort zone, a mental block that he cannot get past in games that he hasn't gotten past up to this point. You know clearly, he did not focus on that. As a kid. In college and high school US physically gifted enough we didn't, and now there isn't a there's a fear of failure aspect to this. You know. I. Would say. It becomes a lot like fumbling Ben Simmons and you're looking at a realistic trajectory with his jump shot. You're not expecting to pull up from three off the dribble anytime soon, it's tougher to develop the sort of like a corner catch shoot three. If you could get that that it makes it a lot easier to put someone like Markelle Fultz and a high pick and roll or Jimmy Butler s clerk not Jimmy Butler because you have anymore more but it's a lot easier to put Benson's off ball role than it currently is. And Yeah it puts them in a in a bind because right now you don't know what you're GonNa do with them like the sixers. Try A lot towards the end of the season where they tried to put shake milton sort of a little more of an on ball roll put ben sort of an elbow spot and run offense through at the elbows. But also through shake Milton you'd like to see somebody a little more comparable baron shake and you certainly would like to see Ben starts facing out to the corner. So you already you're already compromise a little bit because you have embiid who wants to post up because you have. So, many players. Josh Richardson Tobias Harris Wanted Sort of subtle froze pull up jumpers. You need as much space as you can get, it can get ben out of sort of like that baseline what the six call dunker spot a birdman zone with Miami back in the day. If you can get that stretch out three point line, it would just it would make the offense run smoother for sure. Yeah. Definitely and I think it also to the question to I try not to play armature GM but I think everybody does to an extent One thing that I've gotten not tired of, but I don't understand the idea of trying to break up Ben and Joel because a I mean you could mention they've been with Brown their entire time. The never had a different coach and I think. With everything that Philadelphia went through to get those guys into the system I think it's really difficult look down and be like, okay. Well, they should trade one of them. I don't think that there's any real. At least I. Don't think there's any real viability and trying to trade them like obviously you could get. Stuff back but then you you you reset yourself A. Multiple years even you know I just I I don't I think they're too talented to not try and make it work with another coach like we're seeing doc rivers and I, just like I'm sure that you get stuff in like mailbag all the time like, well, what are they going to break it up? Who would you pick the go with like I think? It's just interesting because I think there's so much talent there, and it's just finding how to make it work and I think there is a way to make it work. Yeah I mean, I, think there's probably a multiple different ways at this is brought up. There's one which is sort of like hypothetical. Who would you build around and that's the sort of like entertaining sports talk sort of like. filler air sort of because they're so different they're different in how they play in in and I don't want to see their age. They're only like three years apart with impede you look at it and you say, well, you know you've got like this player who at has his peak as a top ten player but you don't know how long he's going to be around because he has a history of lower body injuries, knee injuries, foot injuries. Then you have simmons to looks like he could be a really player for decades maybe it's never quite as good as and beats. There's A. Theoretical discussion, which is fine like that's what we do in in sports and there's also like the. Aspect, of well, can can their two-game complement each other and that sort of a second discussion point and then there's also a third of can you get good enough without trading one because you have spo- few trade assets and avenues to get sort of maybe that's star who does fit perfectly. So I think there's sort of three five conversations I think they can work together I'd love to see I. Think you have to try them without with with different coach? See if a different system can help get them with where they need to go to see quite frankly a different coach can. You hold them accountable but take them toward that next step of of championship level leadership because you've only had one voice in their ear. And also. You know I think it's just it's a combination that. They're so poorly built around. You can't get that third star maybe that guy you thought Markelle foles would be would getting just a more natural fit around them. Help you know one of the if you look at, it statistically sixers best team six starting lineup was that first year there together when they had. All kinds of shooters, Markelle Nellie, Ersan, Ilyasova, car Covington Dario. They had a plethora of shooters and they weren't well rounded basketball players. But they had enough space to make sort of that oddball pairing of Simmons Anon- shooting point, guard, and embiid a post centrally that doesn't post up. They functioned a little bit cleaner and maybe maybe if you take a step back even without a third star, can you get them closer to title contentious with? All of that, play out. Like I said, it is fun to take a a a side on who you would build around and even entertain the conversation of can you get where you need to go without trading one because you're so locked in an assets otherwise but I think ultimately, you're right I think you see them with another coach see them with another voice in their ear and see if they can Thinking thinking yeah. Yeah. Most definitely, and so I kind of transitioning the how they can get where we think they can their cap sheet is One of the disaster it's it's terrible. Okay. Man I have pulled up right now and I I knew it was bad obviously but I mean Tobias Harris Much it's one thing that I do always like to try and people. I I hate the way that sometimes we can talk about guys in terms of the money they make an obviously that's part of it but sport remember to bias is a good player but the money's making is is frankly tough to swallow. He's making more money than Joel or Ben Until Twenty Twenty four, twenty, twenty, five season. So like that's that's a tough sell to a fan base. I just wonder. If you playing armchair general little bit what what would you look at in terms of how this team can try and maximize a little bit better on the roster they have in trying to move on towards the new direction that that makes more sense. Yeah I mean that's a that's a great question and I think that. Sort of drives, a lot of pessimism around his team right now You know on the one and you've got ownership group who has always said that they will pay the luxury tax. And they better because they're going to a huge sector going to have to soon. but they've also never paid tax yet. A lot of that comes down to sort of bought the team right before they started tanking and part of same plan was to keep the cup she clear. So they could take on trades get free first round picks got. Take on contracts and of sort. So they were in a position where they work on pay tax naturally. So as sir, I returning the good, they will test whether they will is ownership to pay that tax I look they just went out and I think they paid about forty million dollars to doc rivers coach. It doesn't look like they're cheap out but. Know, we have to I mean this is going to be a borderline historic tax bill. And also, there don't have all the premium trade assets a lot of the. you know draft picks up they inherited they used on us too high draft picks on Markelle Foltz they just don't have the sort of trade capital to be too flexible, and also the you have pieces that don't fit and Al Horford who's extremely expensive. And one buys heiress who. Probably five horse contracts in the League. So reshuffling is not going to be easy. You know I, think they need to nail that the twenty first pick in the draft they're going to need to nail that. at least got to contribute. That's one area they've done well in recently like the shaped Milton who looks like he's a legitimate NBA rotation player. We'll see if he can grow into more after that they got Matisse Thilo. Recently, they had Landry Shamet for then which they traded away, but he was a good. That's sort of like the one area of their front office that they've been pretty consistently good at. They're gonNA need to continue to be that. But with the ownership group, will they use that taxpayer mid level exception? Will they use these sort of avenues to? To add contributors Indep and can you trade Al Horford? Can you trade? Can you find someone who will give you something that you can actually notch the bad contract but who actually be a good player? Because I think that's really the one and what are you Josh Richardson Are you going to be willing to give him a new contract and pay even more luxury tax because he's coming into final nervous deal or can you flip that to somebody and and get a contribute back to they've got a lot of different avenues to go to I. Think those three people those three veterans out expect at least one of them to leave. Possibly, two of them and can you target undervalued players who fit it's real tough because they're not in a good spot at all. Yeah. Definitely I think it's It's really tough with Al I. Mean I remember I was one of the people who when I saw the contract get inked in free agency I kind of did a double. Obviously I know anybody who didn't do a double take when they saw the happen. But I saw for some reason, I had this idea that it would work and obviously that was just not the case. And I think that's GonNa be a really, really tough deal the move without you know attaching some kind of asset or. Maybe, Matisse liable who I would not want to package but like at the same time, you almost have to in order to get off a deal like that. So. You you're yeah. Yeah. I have no idea how they're gonNA go about doing it but it will most definitely be interesting to see well, brand tries to do. But it's also interesting to look at kind of the some of the additions made this year in terms of the trade with Golden State's bring in Alec, burks Glen, Robinson, They don't have bird rights both guys are up this summer and I I mean Alec Bursts I feel like worked out pretty well, Glen Robinson was did he missed part of the bubble? I might be he did yes I was going to say. Her Hip flexor. Hip Injury and he didn't. Quite like the way that I thought maybe some people expected him to I. Wonder What Philly tries to do with both of them. You have kind of have any read on that because I think it will be difficult to bring them back obviously with I think both are looking to be close to not full mid level, but somewhere around there. Yeah I mean that that will be interesting I think when the trade happened or the yeah. The trade to gave up three second round picks him at the deadline. Was Thinking more like. You sort of need out because you don't have anybody else on the team can create off the dribble off pick and roll. But I thought Glen Robinson sort of had a bigger chance of being around long term because I thought the market from a be a little less and also sort of like that plugging away three and sort of de Kinda guy can fit almost anywhere. He's much easier fit out burkes. Yeah. And came in and he struggled and I think like I like twenty five sh three point shots or something like that which really then impacted. Sort of the the his role and his time, and just the way he fit on the team. I still think there's a chance they could bring back either one of them I. Still think there's a chance at Glen. Robinson might be the more likely in part because I think I'm like I said earlier I think the market might be a little less than will be. were, stolen league. Where if you can create off the dribble, you'll get offers lots of times. So I think there's a chance I'm not sure they're necessarily a priority I think a lot of it will happen what happens in the draft who else available in free agency and I think this is a interesting time because with. Krahn virus and the uncertainty and revenues, how many teams are going to be willing to use her their middle how many teams are going to be willing to go you know use their mid level even if it might take them in the tax Increase a repeater tax penalties like could the market be depressed the and how many? How many players are? Opting into contracts, the otherwise wouldn't have opted into I. Think it's GonNa be real shit when his final days shakeout here in what I guess month and a half two months whenever afraid and she does get around to it Be Idle I. Think there's a chance both could be back but you we'll see how the market showed unfolds. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely, and I think that also is into Firkin Korkmaz who really established a role for himself this year it became pretty much the best shooter on the team. He I mean, Philly has his bird rights. So they could you know the deal is going to it'll be interesting to see what the deal is but. I do think there there will be teams that would be willing to try and go out and smash. Smash him from from sixers because he I mean he's a big wing who can do some nice things bonus ends. Yeah I'm look for gone on. Was Guy who after after last season after twenty, eight, thousand, nine, hundred season. The sixers coming into that they had declined his thirty options unrestricted free agent They thought they were going into different direction they pursued. Kyle. Korver courageously turned them down when elsewhere and they sort of brought him back as I wanna say the last resort certainly, it wasn't there. They're playing going into it and he came in he had a pretty good sees you know sort of that shot which she Had shown overseas and hadn't yet translate into NBA he came out and he made a lot of shots give him some of that off ball movement that they lost in. JJ, radical much more watered down version of that obviously. But they could run some of the same sets that they ran with Redican embiid. I think they need players of his ilk so I certainly think he has established that he can. Play a role in the NBA I still question a little bit whether or not you can play in a playoff rotation because his defense is. You know that bad. But I certainly think he has he has established himself as the shooting. So valuable that all fall gravity which goes beyond just shooting but like off ball movement. Is Valuable across? League. Specially valuable on sixers when you talk about maximizing Joel Embiid and he is one of the. Relative success stories. A minor success story was still something you can point to to come out of the season. Yeah. Yeah. Most definitely I think it will also looking just in of this offseason in general I mean Raul Netto he didn't have A. I mean he had like for for a guy who was on the contract he was with the expectations. You had I think at a reasonable reasonable your the definitely have to fill that spot on but I don't know I mean I think in terms of looking at this off season there are I don't know if you say there S. Goals set already for them but in terms of like what you expect them to do I think just for myself I'm looking at okay. You ask find a way to move either to buy out. Horford probably more likely Al Horford. I think people were much more willing to some that contract and then having at least one or two really good signings that are on smaller deals and like you mentioned hitting with the twenty first pick because if you get a guy who can contribute. On a rookie scale, that's that's how you build a championship roster. When you're looking at everything this this. Keeps trying to say summer, but it's not summer. It's it's just it's so weird man but in terms of just looking at this offseason as a whole, what's kind of like in your opinion the biggest thing that that Philly has to do in order to to make a success. That is a great question. The loaded question now it's it's a very loaded question because they have so many different priorities Yeah, they I mean look they need to get somebody who can create. A. Shot where the ball of new needs some somebody create off the dribble. And that is not going to be the easiest thing to do on not entirely sure how they're going to do it. But that is very much what? What they need You know and then they just need more shooting. They need more playmaking the more quick and make an offense they need. To form an offense by. And like a lot of that you know. Sexual Spans very intently follow the buddy. He'll drama sackman and see whether or not the place where you get some of that shooting you know I think maybe the gentrys signing there might change out a little bit but you need to anyone who can really space support from being some. And Daring. Perfectly, you figure out what you're doing what the situation and you hired the coach. Now you gotta get that in place, but they've got their changing pretty much every aspect of their organization around there to SARS. You need to get back to having done I think I think that's starts with. Gang anybody really anybody cookie and do. As many of dribbling shooting and passing as you can get because they just do not have those basic rick trying to build an offense per nineteen ninety-seven. Now they need to they need to come into the modern era. I. Truthfully I don't know how you. Do that per se because those. Guys who can trouble shoot and pass they. Tended not come cheap so It's a it's really funny because speaking just in terms of looking at Philadelphians saying nights seven a little bit after. But I was talking to my friends the other day. And we were talking about you know how how the game is has changed how? Certain guys are in the League that we were talking about how like all these guys who are being they come into the league they're like Lebron stopper. That's their like draft because they're six seven or six eight and have a big wingspan and we look back like, okay. Well, like in the nineties, all these guys got drafted because they were big and people thought maybe they could play minutes against shack and. My friend's picture todd McCullough in Sixers Jersey. That made me that just made me think of that. But yeah, it's crazy to think about how much stuff has changed since on since then. Todd McCullough. Rake. A CL- world class pinball player to really. Not really interesting character. Yeah. He seems like an interesting guy. Oh my God he got his his lunch eaten alive when he played against Shack and finals I mean look the candidate everybody shouldn't everybody everybody did it was talking about on? The two thousand files as Pacers. Pacers Lakers. I think it's interesting looking at like I kind of time debate on just look at. Okay. Well, this guy was freaking awesome and I think in all of like the historical basketball that I've gone back and watch and in everything that I've seen growing up. I don't think I've ever seen anybody more dominant than than shack in the two thousand playoffs lake. The Pacers start off Rick Smits on one on one and then he gets his first twelve foot hook shot in the lane and then David starts doubling him and he gets an offensive put back and then they triple team and it just doesn't matter and they triple team the rest of the game and he ends up with like forty five points. Eighteen free throws and now Shaquille O'Neal. So. Alas we're off we're off course talking about the sixers but. Derek before I get you out of here What do you work right now that you're excited about what's going on in your life? That's exciting that you want people know about. What some positive going on. I'm incredibly boring. And I cover the sixers there's not that much positive going on. You're telling me it's not actually always sunny in Philadelphia knows not an facts cloudy tonight No I mean, look we're we're we're we're talking a lot about docker version rooms start talking a lot about the draft in a it is to me a fun time I sort of got my start covering a draft. I'm very excited. Now go back in start pouring into it. We'll be doing a lot of draft coverage coming up, but we have a interesting squad Because of all of the changes that you expect to be coming, you know it is tough to me maybe right now see the finish line in terms of how we're going to get to where they wanna go expectation sort of have a way of changing the discussion around the team. But when you've got a new coach got front office reshuffling coming up, you got an draft coming up. There's there's not a shortage of stuff to talk about with this team and I'm really looking for a specific. To plug right now, but just just jam. Awesome. Well there. Thank you so much. Really appreciate you coming on. 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Eu Tava L #114 - MAIS AMIGOS BIZARROS DO RICARDINHO (com Ricardinho Lilja)

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39:25 min | 10 months ago

Eu Tava L #114 - MAIS AMIGOS BIZARROS DO RICARDINHO (com Ricardinho Lilja)

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Eu Tava L #112 - O QUE PODERIA DAR ERRADO? (com Lidi)

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53:30 min | 11 months ago

Eu Tava L #112 - O QUE PODERIA DAR ERRADO? (com Lidi)

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Scoop B Radio Overtime f/Aaron Williams [Frm. NBA Power Forward] #SCOOPBNETSWEEK (2020)

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Scoop B Radio Overtime f/Aaron Williams [Frm. NBA Power Forward] #SCOOPBNETSWEEK (2020)

"You're listening to radio. What's people saw? I'm Michael Cooper IOS. Swear in the morning teaser. Johnson. You'll be radio. We can point Joseph Cora Tommy from power. Watch talk radio. Everybody's lease Fabio. Yes five technically five four three. We own one he was. He did what you want the man with the man and he's got to school she got the man. Y'All uranium best in show Everybody please her stereo sell a friend. That teleprinter yeah yes glow man by the pool now following basse-bolle Him Airways on the plane on the train at the CRIP or figuring out what's going on next. I am Brennan Scoop Robson. Make sure to follow me on twitter at Scooby. Instagram snapchat scoop underscore being make sure most importantly she subscribed to the scoop. Be Ready to podcasts. Available on all podcasting networks on the line right now there's a guy who literally was on my TV during the NBA finals. Run in two thousand and two in two thousand three other than big man. Aaron Williams former net former bill walking but but most people know him as that. What's going on around going all right? Thanks for having thanks come on. I'm curious I've always wanted to notice what is in the water and Paoli Illinois. 'cause you guys are the Atlanta Ball and what what you Shaun Livingston you. What's in the water over there? I don't know man. They just uh they just basketball more much away. Life out here made us Among kids growing up this is especially black. Youth is to go to sports. I know it is probably around the country as well. New York probably spend way. But it's a. I don't know we just take basketball serious over here in Illinois and when I was Kooky radio played for the Jazz Milwaukee Bucks Nuggets the former Vancouver Grizzlies Seattle Sonics Washington Wizards Nets Toronto Raptors New Orleans and Oklahoma City Hornets and the Los Angeles Clippers One thing that I respect that about your journey with you found a home in New Jersey with the nets Around the same time that I think you were there the year before Jason Kidd guys get where Marburg with their correct. You Jamie Feick guys. Yeah he was there to. What were those days like Pre Kit? Which Marbury Kindle and Steven Jackson I mean I thought it was pretty good. I mean we had a good young nucleus mixed with some some some pretty good veteran and I think we had a bright future but You know management always has their idea of how they feature and the direction they wanted to team going and you know what I guess. They had a chance to be Jason Kidd. They figured they couldn't pass it out but I mean for me personally. I had a lot of fun playing with Steph and Kendall and Kerry kittles I we. We have fun win a whole lot but we. We had a lot of fun doing it. We believe in each other and because if we even kept together You know would have been all right. What was your very first practice with Jason Kidd like when he came to New Jersey You know I think you you watch him stay in the highlights. Pantley passes and all that kind of thing and Which is he definitely has is one of the best ever do it But I think we've we've learned right away. The first couple of days that he was The leader on defense You know defense starts with your point guard on a defensive end. Testy that he brought on a defensive band was just as much as they did on offense event. I really wasn't aware you know 'cause when you watch other Teams Watch Sports Center. You really just see the highlights. You don't see him grinding. Picking guys full court and Playing pasturelands and just being being vocal on defense and you being a defensive leader. I remember you guys. Going toe to toe with the Lakers As well as with the San Antonio Spurs In the finals and I actually had recently actually killing the scope. You wait your podcast. And he literally said playing against you guys was born. You said Tom McCulloch could become. He said it was boring because you know he had his and grandfather Watching him at home. How Difficult Lakers team? And finally you guys been specifically regarding check at times say you what. It wasn't boring for us. That's nothing in You know I mean. Probably the number one question. I get asked whenever people see me on the street or meeting people who was covers person. You've heard had to guard and not even close to check. I mean for so for somebody who is bigger than he is to be. A skilled is and weight or how to use his body and Leverage. And this is instincts. I mean he's the only thing you can do agree. Throws we knew that already but yeah but he was so dominant that it didn't matter so I fully understand. Why why he? He was bored. Swept US for us. We didn't we didn't have much Resistance to him down lower a tough challenge in and then you throw in you know Kobe It didn't get any either. When you gotTA deal with him and asks Jack Down Low so it was you know we definitely had our work cut off forcing you. They just They just took it wasn't we had nothing for how many understand something Me Being in Games. It's one thing watching it on. Tv is another thing for people who are listening. Were likely watching at home. What's the biggest adjustment and watching pay of Shaq vs or maybe something that you noticed on the court? That's different from watching him. We'll take me just. I mean when you watch I mean you don't realize how big he really is. I mean people watch them on. Tv and they said unless you had a chance to meet man in person. I'd say how is how big a wide how strong. And then he can run the court really good too so yeah you know his his big strong athlete. Who knows how to use his body so for US watching them on on tape. I mean you try to come up with ways to to play him. They're gonNA give us the best chance distance team but yeah you know their coach Phil Jackson. So he's he he kind of knows what he's doing over there as well so he kind of knows how to get people to ball and where to get him. The ball So you know it's it's a lot easier said than done when you want to try to defend somebody because of his size and and not to mention you got koby like I said before and auto and other shootings or the other shooters that has based on the floor. So you can't help on people are gonNA shoot the threes there. Fisher Rick Box and all those guys you know so it's I mean arguably is one of the greatest teams in NBA history. You know what I mean so I don't you know it sucks that we've got to be all but maybe you won't be before only to the my like. I WANNA greatest games of all time so you know it. It looks a better. I guess. Kobe Bryant you mentioned I mean go. Kobe definitely L. His own I guess you guys who radio on the line with Aaron Williams talking all basketball you. Kobe was literally like stoppable. I remember. Don't he had on Todd? Mccullough like it was yesterday with the Slam Guy at my college but when you grow up in Illinois in the Chicago area and you played again. Koby in the finals. Where do you draw the line In comparison between here Michael I mean he's the closest thing that you can get to being Michael Jordan without being Michael Jordan just attitude on the court is aggressiveness in demeanor. Work Ethic Is Go level athleticism. You know all those things have to come into play at the highest level for you to be one of the greatest of all time and he had it all is. This is the total patty have you. You can't be a really good score or you know he was. It was really the defender. Also which is another aspect of Jordan's game who's kind of goes overlook me talking about him like compare him with with Iran. Lose the best of all time. You compare to the defense stances. There's no comparison as far as first team all defense when MVP ANDY. Present Blerta Year in the same year But he had to me Kobe. Also you can get to Jordan without being Jordan you play against the spurs even the next clinic the Spurs in two thousand and three I personally thought that that was a better match up In comparison to the Lakers finals were with you guys anytime. Check on that it that he doesn't know chopped liver either. No no no not at all like you said. I think we definitely mess up. He's not as big as strong and We you know we had some guys who compete Kenyon Martin. He's GONNA compete every night. He's going to floor. We actually had the campaign but come on a team then to so. He's he's a big. You know. Defensively I mean it's just there's just a more of a company I love you have going against I think Dunkin versus check. You know so. It's yeah I mean I. I often do get dumped on. You like never see that for some reason. I don't you know people. Just don't even challenge them. You know but Tim Tim is you know. Probably the greatest power for all time arguably he does does he just does what it whatever needs to be done to get the win. And and that's what he did against us even dominate us the most where he dominated but overall dominate US and I thought of as a team. We had a good game plan against them and it wasn't working. I honestly thought we we were going to win that series but Popovich is a great coach to they got asked Tino David Robinson over there. He was wasn't in his prime. But he's he's he's no slouch either and You Know Ten Bucks Kim. Duk in I mean you just you go up there and you do your best and We're just a little short or something I remember during that series In two thousand three there was talk that the nets were looking shit or rather. They was much Tony. Parker might become and Jason Kidd might go to San Antonio. Do you remember those talks? No I don't I hear nothing about that. Yeah there. There was talk that that kid Michael to San Antonio play for Gregg Popovich and Tony Parker might come to the net. Go ahead no no I was GONNA say I'm for me They give us a better all around player right. I think he's he's he bit our team perfectly with the way you know. Carry Kiddos and Kenyon Martin and Richard. Jefferson can get out on the break and run. I think he he was perfect for our team and much of what he did. Defensively for us Setting the tone Yeah I mean pay none from Tony Parker. He was he was a great great point guard. He can get into lane with the best. I think he might even lead the NBA and hey scoring one or two years as as a point guard which is amazing But Yeah I just take all. The Raw Jacob was more well rounded guard and he. He listed our team better. I never forget that. Pass With Jay Kid. Roll the Best Bowling Bowl. A bowl of passage lucious Harris. What was your favorite passes Roy that you could pulled off during your time at the meadowlands or even on the road. Man Just just. There's so many somebody packers eat. Sometimes he wasn't even looking to throw it alleyoop. Kenya Merton easily. I know he just throws it up there. And Kenyan goes get the same way with Richard Jefferson and I know he threw me. Pastor is quite often whenever they talked budget Orlando and he's Yup Yup air behind the back pass for me and you know that's that's that's that's what makes playing with him so fun but you always have to expect the ball even when you're not GonNa get the ball just always always expect to pass to come to you. That's what I learned right away playing with him And there's no selfishness to him if your old buddies to ball but he doesn't care who it is who was against it was just it was. It was really fun playing with you. Went undrafted in nineteen ninety three and went to save your And you bounce around the league a lot but the thing that I find as a common similarity between guys like you guys like been wallace. I look at your size your weight and you guys playing bigger than what were you. What was your game like in College? It was similar to what What I did an MBA. I just probably shot a little more. my coaches always. Tell me there to be more self as more stuff is I was better The team would be but you know took from my point of view the team we really depends where a winning so i. I didn't really understand what he was saying. So I left and You know into a few know a few years later I realized what he what he meant by that so I guess he saw something that maybe I didn't see or I don't know yeah. My game was similar. I think I just got Like your I'm surprised you prepare myself. I think we were both around the same size I think both of us were just really strong but we both really dedicate ourselves weight room. 'cause I know for me I if I didn't really strong playing power forward and center willing going to happen right. 'cause every in the same goes for him he was. He was a little shorter than me. so my my mentality you know an MBA was after playing against you know these really big guys. If if I'M GONNA GUARD SOMEBODY WHO's not like Hugh Danwei at least two hundred and seventy pounds. I wasn't really worried about you. I knew you even though I was only two thirty to thirty five. I know you're not gonNA push me around 'cause I'm in a waiver martyr time and I'm strong and I know I'm strong that just gives you that companies. You know they've been wallace has the same the same mentality. Yeah and you bring up You bring up like while I talk about six nine. I also look at how the Guy I look at Charles Oakley I look at Charles. Barkley looked at Dennis. Rodman Charles was in Obama's six eight six four six five and was big but yeah he had Clarence Weatherspoon. Clarence weatherspoon favorite one. Another is cars on the basketball court. They were they were able to know. Bring the ball up. They were able to score rebound at to me they dominate in today's NBA Game. Travel down to me. But I think you guys were ahead of your time because I think you yourself. You hit a small ball. Yeah okay now. 'cause I could run a good athlete. yeah I I think I was sitting in. Any era must is being able to guard that the game was slow. Dr Bigger Guys Games fast. Run so yeah. I think I'm sitting by from me at all. Who plays like you today's NBA. I couldn't even tell you. I mean the game has changed so much now where everyone was shooting. Threes and Just this is faster paced game. I don't even know. That's that's a great question. I never thought about it. That's the thing about that. You were training on December seventeenth. Two Thousand and four from the Toronto to this run. Rap Isn't a taste for Alonzo mourning or Williams two first round draft picks as well as than Carter How did you find out that you were traded Phone call wrong Rod Thorn Jam at the time he gave me a call and say they're making a change and it was just company completely guard. I just I thought we were still gonNA try and make another run championship. And that's when I realized it's probably the first time I've ever been trading and were to happen just out of the blue for me. I was just in shock but I realized that this business. And that's the way it goes to try to the best for them and I can't. I can't be mad at me if you get Carter. I can't be mad. You know you give up some role players and Carter so I understand no no No love loss on on my part. I love for all the New Jersey Nets route during all those guys if the nets had refined Kenya when I'd be on the phone talking to you as an NBA champion right now. is is very possible is is very possible but again. I mean you know it's it's a business and you are trying to do what they think is best for them a lot of times. We don't agree as players span on agreed but Yeah I think what happened but I guess have amount that they're willing to pay and if another team you know you're going to pay him way more than that than knows that they don't think he's he's value. Was there to let them go. When is the first time that you saw? Sean lives play basketball I can't even tell you I don't even know I know. I know I was his teammate. Another when he when he when he tours near never forget that day but just I mean just playing against them I thought he was. You know get ed. He had a really bright future and He's still you went on to win championships and Any any makes me money but I think for him personally Knee injury really started back. 'cause he was on January to be a really really good player he still is a good player. But you know what I mean. I know I know what you mean when I looked at him. I looked at Lebron to be honest with you. See that's six eight point guard was still you know? Obviously we saw it with magic because magic knew how to pass the ball well. Charleston was both athletic and had good court digit. Like Lebron Right. Yeah Yeah He. He wasn't quite as big and strong Ron but he was more swift and Moore just yeah. I've been swift is the perfect word in the US with him He's on the floor. The great musgrave teammate. Too Great Kid I'm I'm really happy that he went on to win. Those championships are now Kevin's career off when you were You are drafted in ninety three You kinda bounced around between overseas and the man from ninety three to ninety five and then you ended up joining the nuggets and ninety six and then the grizzlies and then the wizards in what was it. Discouraging was disheartening. The Nets how many people remember you are but was there a turning point before the nets that your meal. I'M GONNA stay here for a while. I knew eventually once I got caught up with Vancouver and Stu Jackson brought me up there but he really gave me a chance to play and he believed in me. I was a part of the rotation every game I knew then and even even for them It's funny because I was just talking to Steve Bardo. Everyone have Yesterday and he kind of the same question and I told him that through all the call ups from you know ten day contract is getting sent back down in Denver and stuff like that and I never never thought that I wasn't going to make it so I you know especially Plantains Number Leagues. And you're planning is guys who were drafted a first round picks you planning these guys and you realize better you know. I just need to find the right opportunity so I can make. It was naive on my part because there is a fine line because I was very close to really not making it but for me personally. I never thought I wasn't gonNA make it. I just thought unneeded opportunity To come to being a game or give me more than two or three minutes at the end of the game and clean our garbage time. Put me in the game and I'll show you. I can contribute to this team. I can help. I think really up up in Vancouver was the first time I really got that opportunity and from from that from that time on I in India. You see a lot of Well one of my favorite TV shows growing up with twenty one jump street and found out that that will take him back over When you look at the Mickey Green Risley's Jerseys Think Commission Refund Door Rain Bryant Reeves At some of the blower what was basketball like in Vancouver Becker man. It looked great I don't know why the team ended up leaving. Insure has an ownership and money and all that kind of stuff but the fans were great arenas were full. Every game we had the city is one of the most beautiful cities you know in the world Like Long Canada. It's a big underrated city Yeah the fans of great team. The daughter Geisel Great. We had a lot of fun up there with fun and I. I would like to see them. Get another team. I think deserve it. You play with reform. Rainer them in Vancouver is his rookie year. You look at his game who in today's NBA like He's he's he's I don't WanNa say he's like I think he was ahead of time. I don't know 'cause it was a six nine guy who's handled a ball. Kind of like a Billy Owens type player of today's game. I mean he had the odd. I mean I. I can't say I was Kinda WANNA say Kevin Durant. But he's not as good as score is durant and don't think he handles. The ball is good but it was. It was just a six nine guy who can dribbled pass shoe but another guy was really good teammate. Gray Gray Gray Guy Man. Great Guy I know. He has to some knee injuries. And Kinda kind of cut shore wet what he really could have been but he was really jumping. Blake Shelton Blair. When you WANNA SEATTLE SONICS SHAWN? Kemp was on his day. He was in Cleveland by that point right if they did Traded a baker comes per share. Going there Gary Payton We talk about Michael Gary Payton Sam Perkins told me that he is one of the biggest track talk of baby ever met. But what makes it significant is? He makes up words when he tries talk. But she's still understand what he's talking about. He says the pace at the cyber put around fail in the lottery already. Know what you say. Remember that You told us around around around around we do. Yeah He. He's he's never been the most articulate brother but You definitely understand what you're saying. That's one one hundred percent. You understand what he's saying he's talking regular trash talk. Whatever it is you go understand. What what are you saying? And if you don't make you understand do you see any parallels between and Patrick Beverley of the Los Angeles Clippers. Only the only similarity. They both like the talk and they both are dogs on defense other than that. You Know Gary. Payton was much more. Well rounded player. They average twenty boys gang to assist leaders and I think he's more leader with team. You know Lebanese more more of a role player and he does He. He plays a role really well. But he's not in the same classes as Gary. You're not playing in a league but you're all over the place got into Chicago during all this stuff what are you doing? Are you still working in basketball? What's going on? No I'm not no I was kind of just taking a break Trying to be for my kids so if I if I were coaching job or working with the team who knows what team it will be those where you're listening being be halfway across the country and playing fourteen years and missing a lot of this stuff. I wanted to be here for all that stuff. So so now. They're getting older now going to college and earned. Youngest is a junior in high school now. So I'm actually starting to revisit basketball again 'cause it's definitely a passionate remind you know. I've been doing real estate exploded last. I I don't know how many years Just real estate investing in that kind of stuff and this school but is this a little better when you wake up every morning and you excited to go to work in. You're passionate about something so I'm thinking about getting back into basketball. Where the big coaching or scouting or just something in in the best ball field. Yeah you have high For for for basketball. I don't know if you remember but when I was in high school I used to come in this game and I would interview. You actually interviewed you for our school newspaper when I was a freshman in high school. You're this was back whenever Nash Meyer. We're GONNA team block strickland's her every move on their team as well Your eye for basketball Was always something you're basketball. I choose something I my most far What would be that? Who In basketball You look at or that you play with us currently in it That you see a similar role for yourself and you mean like you look at James Jones Who played in the League? And he's you know in front office in Phoenix like what players were observed. Make the transition from player to front office that that you said that you've been married. Oh Days Jones one Craig Langdon Out and brand. There's there is a few guys who are doing really big things and Yeah I mean possibilities. Are there You just gotTa you know. Keep the contacts alive and keep talking to people every now and then you still alive but Yeah there's there's there's a lot of former players are really good things have you before the NBA's hiatus because of the Colonia virus can they make what do you make of the NBA season Before the work stoppage. What do you have any attention to what he like? They just like. Everyone does the competition between the clippers. The Lakers kinda stealing the headlines for the season and I think they were headed towards about on the western conference final. I was looking forward to seeing so hopefully they can come back. I know it's everything's being postponed. And they're saying they might be able to finish the season later in the spring. Maybe early early era. They're probably like July. Maybe even going August so we'll see but Yeah that's nothing. I was looking forward to seeing you know coming down. The stretch was was come out west. No brother Williams. Thank you so much for joining me on the PODCAST and Look see you in front office rule and then near future likes Mary.

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Kings vs Flames Postgame

All The Kings Men

48:07 min | 1 year ago

Kings vs Flames Postgame

"And now taking over Carter till Lozada Center the rookie to Holly right-wing in the zone around one man moves and shoots and this is is an all the king's men post game podcast role by Monaghan at your donald loses breakaway shorthand at Coupla Terry and shoots scores now here's your host Jay so I can't get out of my head but Jeff Carter they've been waiting for some rewards for all their shot attempts and actual register uh-huh can I agree okay yeah I know I I agree I talked to him before the game started and I've been talking to tom heard shots on goal like it's just been madness and I was thinking last game I was like I can't ask a question like is it just puck look but I was cast the Rainy Day podcast titled Jackson Blonde Ski Project And so much more you guys so many guys so many pods David Joe Okay well this for me I would say the player of the game for me was Jeff Carter stole mine sorry we always think you're really focused tonight for some reason and Nazis not always like that but I just noticed it tonight that he was really on his game so I would say over there I just WanNa say right now this is a guitar episode say whatever you want Oh thousand ref yeah against the Calgary flames I think this may be the victory song all season long because it's three thirty in the morning record this and I've been listening to it on a loop since now recording do the intro go say different sometimes nor did you say hi nice to the left of the Taylor is a banner a lifting the curtain above and seeing everybody out with empty seats were here Outta home from Staples Center there's a hole in the wall next to me where I keep fist bumping because I'm still excited about that when you guys I don't like cowdery I don't know if that came through or not David Carla join me after the game never miss an episode by subscribing on I tunes or wherever fine podcasts are aggregated and of course don't forget to keep an eye and an ear open for the Fox and faust pods said it tonight and I was like tough that's right that thick that's a nickname yeah to fully whatever doing short tough and then Liz oh I've been saying mansbridge shootings backwards we're going to start with the player of the game because honestly it could be like five different guys and I think they're all worthy so dave legitimately wondering my head like how how many chances does it take to like actually go in because some like people always matters on great agreed whatever I thought that the should've gone in and I just I'm happy for him tonight I'm happy that things were rolling with them and they're had the best game of the season the short season so far his best game I think he looked engaged I thought he looked like he was interested and Ellis and they're fast they're the speed that through the neutral zone playing with possession like it was just everything was on point for them they looked like a top line the acute suite of both of you got Jonathan quick phrase as like come on hold you Dave Joseph Cartilage Bathe I am Jesse Colin high above the ice and the Bob Miller Press Fox's save center right to the right of the of the character thanks Jonathan and next time I'm starting with you I always say that Jonathan Quick and then I changed it lasts second my head right of Carter Golan assist I thought he Copy that because that was fun what's Your F- sound like I mean right boy you may right here yeah as a baseball player again this time he's like a forty two year old like a teacher or something like a Pitcher who falls in love with a librarian but he's like his last game of his career his Oh that's Liz Oh oh like the artist I say this from the bench they say Atta boy is like I hear it remember the Staples Center what's up I'm just calling was that it yeah I'm keeping that expenditure you did it podcast Yeah Yeah Yeah and David Putney Yellen People Anyway Kelly Preston Malone Seattle like we'll do whatever it takes a little bit too far they hold that guy down penalty shot but other than that like okay it wasn't the finest yeah have you ever just want to kill what feels like it's three hours long so long long and it's just one game like it's it's just one game it's like starts with him on the road trip after this homestand imagine if they lose this game five to four or if they go up four to nothing and quick let's in three so here's all I could think of for that goal got score yeah have you guys seen for the love game for the love of the Game Yeah Kevin Costner that such a double God is that unassisted yeah I mean I don't know I like I didn't really think about it you know what I mean because it is but I didn't announce it it's unassisted gentlemen plays Kelly presents daughter. I don't whatever Jonathan Quick Jonathan Creek imagine if going on going on game as obviously when when they win but tonight kids were in their copays kids Carter's kids cliffe's kit sitting on the bench with them and just hanging out everyone in warm ups and it ends with him like spoiler getting the perfect game remember who the girlfriend is but or the X. girl called for the love of the game I think we're might be is having a good time it was like this whole jovial experience last game I think the only guy in there was Kobe only guy and it's like the room is just totally inkers than it's four to three and they're just barely holding on just it changes everything it changed the mood changes how the fans feel about it I don't know how and stadium or eliminated from the playoffs and it's the Detroit Tigers and they're terrible but somehow he pitches a no hitter Johnny Riley's the catcher before Johnny Riley's like John's era you think you should be players only I players coaches should be allowed to contractually legislate out marriage and kids for Athletes Rangers and the blues and the cap have you seen my frigging tweet here's here's like there couldn't be a more get a dog yet name it prince yet I have said this numerous times actually everywhere well yeah but but I said except planes but I've said this numerous times to specific things employees you know how the goaltending performance of Jonathan Quakes Career Saves Tonight made a lot of big saves and there was confidence in his play when you pop out of the crease like vintage Jonathan quick on my mind really good targets because it's just been crushed four to nothing here's a question for you if uh-huh you do you boo it was working it was really working but I I can hear the guys now my head just I've never seen that movie but that's for sure what they were doing own right in there this game okay it's talking talking to drew in the morning yesterday he told all of the media and this portion with a job to do they're not gonna go in and be like this wasted like their pride pride and there's a completely different vibe in the locker and VW E. title match every single time it's Calgary and even more so in candidates just bananas I don't I've never been to Calgary K.. Well Talk About Dogs Matthew could chuck my right Carlin Up Okay backlands scores the penalty shot goal. I guess it's just a PA announcer question anything but I think I turned to the guy next to me it's freaking madness but I spent a lot of time in Ottawa and I reckon auto on Calgary probably about the same size population lies but Ottawa's right and record on like I think it's Dope I'm biased though because I I like those I think those experiences are uh-huh Damn and and there's a senior John C reilly goes up to him I think his name is chapel rights because Chappie Yup and he's like you know she she would meet you happy you're so having a conversation ah yes or no to tigers okay yeah but that's John C. Carlin do you have any idea where I'm Kevin Costner again bounce it now they live for it I look as a fan I I loved it right like Dowdy hip checks but I don't know how much the kings fans care about paraphrasing we care we do but the weight of its this is build it's like a blockbuster love her love of the game I think it is it's not a great movie but it made me tweet halfway through buried I wanna Kevin Costner hockey movie because then I was also thinking about draft the movie sure Dan Right it's frozen over half of the year yeah snowing when we and those mutants probably just like Liz I'm just going to insult cowdery no movie but I love it that scene where Cleveland browns GM or something none of that's drafting oh that's another one where he's a pitcher that's it right right Yep I'll take I'll be the owner I'll own prints let me make it easy for you got a dog kings came in prince from this one probably escape I don't quote me but that's what a slice them right so that happened and then but it was a dog pile because retooling things and think like everyone's meaningless and be grumpy curmudgeon and it's like it's still meaningful to these guys like they're still professional athletes often lozad a lot lately and talk yeah I don't know I mean you say good when you sat shadow the Jack Harris he's he he was there for you like just get it over the plate like we're you know we're going to die for you got this that to me was the King's defense in front of John Quick during that third period whatever quickey like we got why not to a girl who wishes like dogs could be the locker I don't think I'm a good judgment everybody wishes dogs could be in the locker little get a little crazy I don't coming from but I liked it I liked that I liked the check yeah that was great green yeah low but clean whatever right of Quebec's he also have a bunch of you know you can just go across the river to the casino or do all the french-canadian stuff so it sounds like it's a real city Calgary on the other then quickly of course he's not going to stay out of the first guy in there he's throwing the bone I've been watching this this series of reaction videos so let's keep it that way I liked it I liked I think this rivalry is only going to get even more heated you think that yeah we don't we we only can choose to air you know about a minute or so on on Fox so some of the stuff that doesn't get air drew was kind of saying that you know this is such a big deal in Canada got like you know the capital and a bunch of museums and you know everybody you know the brightest of the bright and Blah Blah area date you know and it's like on on the border yes I love it which is great dowdy so so one of the things I've worried about this season is the daddy and this was in my head there's nothing to back this up but I think it was hell yeah and then my second was Oh my God no someone's going to get hurt someone's GonNa get it was like a it was like ten guys on top of each other one big why not because every time the media talks to them they try and turn it down it look what happened tonight I know the last game before getting worse and worse I just said right gold I that's it's written as just penalty shot on a boxcar okay so yeah let's Kinda strange because you don't it doesn't happen very often right I feel about it but Karlin you talked to Alec Martinez say quick he saved his son saved as bundling there pumped up I know sometimes people can look at a season where there winner he had some choice words for the fans after so that's building up building up that's pulling up you don't think at some point Matthew Chuck is GonNa go this is driving me absolutely bonkers it got the last laugh in that game yet I'm not going to let that happen tonight I'm going to do whatever I can do to get under his skin I'm going to start whatever I need to start and that that's what happened tonight fell to me like doubt he thought he needed to be a leader and that the way you be a leader in doughty's head is to be out of control right is to yell at everybody and massive pile of humanity and drew got a little banged up in there no scratch on his cheek sliced really cheek sliced but it was him Andrew said I'm not GonNa let it get to me Matthew Chuck let's get to him and we saw what happened tonight I think it's only GonNa get worse now the kings win four one there's that whole scrum at the end yeah it's a shutout I don't care I said it on twitter that that penalty John was to let it in it was a bummer but he's quake it got to him yeah so if dowd he's GonNa be that and it's GonNa Freak the flames out like that as long as nobody gets their fingers cut off that's fine with it let me say this you say it let me say this so so drew plays composed yeah he got the last laugh in the last game she scored the overtime which now it's even more yeah tastic you have siblings well yes no brothers sisters sister deep no brothers is getting out of control and then they don't say anything right as they're giving you a beatdown thous tonight with Mario Kart and drew was giving it was Rainbow Road in Matthew Chuck was falling off each edge time after time and coming back and just being like what is going on here that's what happened but how down like you're in fourth place there's no coming back therein I there's skating around well driving around Jim they all of them wind up inevitably there's a series sequence of clips where somebody's like knocked unconscious and everybody's fighting around them and they're always cringing going like okay this is like when you're playing Mario Kart against your older brother option and you're the younger Sibling Matthew checks younger sibling you're getting a B. I'm gonNA say it's under ten minutes six minutes eight okay he had one shot he's minus two was on impact player in the game tonight how many minutes five on five do you think Matthew played it just saw five on five well Calgary with shorthanded for a lot of the game yeah I had an opportunity to be relevant late in the game he got flipped upside down and then wound up the penalty yeah I like yeah only or they make it seem genuine maybe it's all a ruse they're genuinely expressing how much they don't WanNa talk about it to the point where like us the media inspiring and British people watching hockey for the first so it's like what do you do on your retirement talking but what he's GonNa get his jugular sliced by eighteen feet yet there were there were floating around yeah Dave turning into an old man because like catering to them but like trying to help them out like I don't want to always just be peppering them with questions about it so if this is to continue I twenty minutes and thirty three seconds for the whole game right I mean I would think that that would annoy him more than anything else right is that he was not only was he irrelevant but when he I like it reminds me of old school hockey it does I mean as as much as we can get back to that we never will but as much as you can this old school like this you Gimme Gimme the pay per view commerce back cover it so I feel stretched a lot because I've got one I feel like I have one parts headed though because I know you think it's ramping up right you think it's continue every time you talk to the two of them they're genuine foot in each world on the one hand I'm a fan I'm just a fan right like that's how I got here that's what I've always been I never wanNA stop being that yeah and then on the other hand Col look tomorrow if you're gonNA call it prints and call it lucky because that's it Oh lucky is a good one yeah that's a good one all right back to the game dog is he trying to I don't think he was out of control at all tonight composed wholly totally totally totally and could chuck went nuts them to lean in harder I need them to use something like this and if you're gonNA act like it doesn't exist and kind of say things that are slight digs like don't you're just how much has math kind of have to be pissed off at this point they lost the last game in overtime after they've battled back then they come in tonight and you know things are going to where's that there's ten years ago there's that clip of doughty's saying to somebody I will check the data you check the data matthew could chug them right and then John and quick and get a shutout a wing get up here incurs about it and on twitter I'm seeing tweet after tweet after tweet from media people who do is being used by people who writers too much meteorite like there's eighteen accounts right now who you know we'll kings putting pressure in I don't care and so from that perspective I get it if I'm dowdy like yeah enough you're you know now three seconds of an hour long game castle I get it there's there's too much stuff yeah but if you're a player and now there's just every day there's another person in the line waiting make a quarter off of your pain retired of its were pouring gasoline on their tiny little ember flame set just yeah go out just like what what are we expect he's trying to come up yeah well yeah but what would your mobile Jeez someone bring the ivory I don't think she knows podcasts own as much as they want they can they can avoid your questions or say it's not that big of a deal I still think it's a big deal big I think just to the point where they're sick of talking about it and they don't want this is amazing drew doughty's hit on chicken shock was everything on dead you know L. O. L. Just like I'll go off like you know his fingers his fingers all I can think of when I was watching that was was like doughty's under their stop jumping on talk like stop would not pay attention to this team they don't care they don't watch they don't know about it and all I'm seeing is this is great and he's like this is amazing isn't it a hip check in the third period of four another blowout cow amazing is it really I think they can play it down down as much as they want it means something yeah that's what I like about it I liked that there's that inherent rivalry that that grit that I hate that Guy Yeah I'm GonNa Cream this blow this guy I'm going to cremate yeah one hundred percent because she would cook is going is saying I'm going to beat this guy exactly yeah but we also get on each other you know Blah Blah Blah so you'd see these games where he you know he he do too much and you'd freak out and he flipped out numbers haven't been great this year and so Dan deal the rafts and to try and do everything all by himself because he had those quotes where it was like you know green used to get on me and skewed aries to get on me and you know young guys don't like it when you get on we need people to pay money to read their stuff so and the athletes are not stupid so when when there's all these people in there going like your doughty doughty was saying he won't give him the respect or whatever it is and and chuck doesn't give doughty any respect and that's great but we don't he didn't get on the scoresheet and they lost the game so now your own to against the kings this season you want to hear something great I think it's just fantastic for what what it does for the rivalry this felt like flames oilers back in the day going back and forth with the fights and all that that's what this felt like to me tonight and I enjoy that I have a bone to pick with the see Cohen welcome backings Fans My name is Jesse Colin this is all the king's men what's better than winning a home game winning a home game but but I'm saying like I'll just pick on the athletic because we like Leeson Josh but would like they're they are a subscription outlet make it more than what it is but when they get out there and they see each other and they line up against each other and Kucha comes down the wall on him yeah you know what's going through doughty says it you know I wish I could dig through all the tweets as like some guy with like twenty eight thousand followers he works for some city in Canada doesn't give about the king the Irish accent core blame ear does I liked it I like I thought it was I know trying to put together a respectable team effort this season right you got a new coach and new guys in the lineup of Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah here and then there's the the content creator and a team employee and a member of the media and all these other things right so that I see like all the work that goes into stuff right like you know I went on TV today and the and I like Dave's one hundred percent right on the ice I I wanna see them care about it off the ice I get it I get why they don't care about it because there's fifty nine you know and it's not because it's because it's inherently interesting although fine it's great I loved it right as a kings fan yeah right dump that idiot on his head all you can a heated and then the kings win convincingly tonight it's not even close so he's he could skirt matthew critic scored five goals tonight if they would have lost weight meant anything yeah but I'm on twitter and I'm watching this happen and freaked out the drew doughty might get his face smashed by escape and I just want the game to end so the team can win for nothing of that anymore but if you guys do that in the League you know what I mean nobody doesn't have been tasked but if you're doughty and the team was awful last year and you're just then I'm going to school turnaround sticking his face and say yeah suck on that right I mean that's what's happening that's that's the competitive juices so they can say it doesn't mean anything they completed period but gosh darn it if the Calgary flames won't go away like okay yeah I got it I'm watching the game I know yeah and so we live in a world where there's and look I we're launching four new aimed about how much I hate the flames and it took me eight hours to sit down and like right up script for two minute bit whereas I hate the flight so I get it but when Catholic and there's S N and there's Fox there's no sorry behave it's okay every person is like I try not to do it because down Chuck's Chuck on top of them Wagner jumped in got everybody's back home and claims came in and jumped all over the flames Hutton mixed it up a little eh you're going to get a contract and you're GonNa get them to tell me how you're going to get it shove tell me tell me just save Carlin like yeah I get other minutes right dowdy made an amazing block that led to the two full legal yeah I didn't see a single person tweet about what an amazing defense talker broadcast of course yeah I'm saying the guy from you know ask for whatever twenty nine thousand dollars right because we'll talk to you right and this line what's been three three solid games together now or four he's playing with people who can who can make I mean he but he's not playing two hundred foot game and making his own chance he's not scoring on assisted total helper in a perfect pat like you know what I mean like he game the reports Tyler Toffoli demise were greatly exaggerated what a frigging goal absolutely I called it a dipsy doodle distant and I think he found that in Blake Lozad for sure I hope you're right and Jeff Carter there's been so much fluctuation with the lines of the season without being gross about it a lot of guys on this team elevate themselves made themselves look really attractive to other teams great gold yeah but one goal he's got three on the air okay come on well how many games they played okay right and that's where he should be but I'll believe that when I say our right also keep in mind it's a contract here yeah no for sure but so look yeah because if he isn't it's time to go it's been okay it's happening okay I'll believe it when I see it this line on nine I love I love Tyler Toffoli yeah but going back a couple years he was pencilled in as what I hope it does again I'm not picking on him I think it's great to goal no but it just like to see more consistency there is thirty go score or not one game does not a season make what are we talking about is on a thirty days okay we'll see if that lasts I'm GonNa put him on the top powerplay then I think three goals in however many games were at now oh eight games three games okay that's thirty goals thirty five or thirty goal score every year sure am I being too generous and saying no so so where is it well this picking on him I'm just saying let's let's not make let's not make a mountain out of a molehill here he had a good goal it's great let's see it most night is he your news needed the one thing that stayed in the tech is intact has been the top line and then they're just kind of you know not every game but I would say every two to three games something else would change forget it I got my forgettable kings four liners confused look this is the conversation we had at the beginning of the year Dave like if they're gonNA play him limited minutes in there yeah this team goes as Jaco Petar in the first line goes yeah okay so if that line produces chances are they're gonNA win the game and Coppola had a golden the guy I think he's I think he's he he has the talent to be a great player in this league I just wish we saw we've seen more we could see consistency for he needs to play with people that can help him be in minutes played total on the team now in goals per sixty he's I okay one point nine if we're going to accept the premise that that deployment can impact your numbers and then we have to at least a little bit Dan greed you know you said he's ninth total minutes we're looking at obviously Dowdy Hutton Walker Martinez oh well one two three four five toby reader he's my new Brendan Lips that's all right brandon like I got my I got my here Brendan License leaders like I said to you earlier this season I wanna see Foley on p. p. one I wanNA see the Foley on the top line or or if barring that getting more even strength minutes and like Charleen doesn't score someone's got to pick up the slack and that's the line that has to do it yeah he's got the tools to do it Jack Carter has the tools to do it blake lozad remains to be seen but in her and get them the Puck 'cause he's not he's not the guy that is Kris Jenner play from start to finish Alexai follow although that move right the the issue is there needs to be more scoring and that's not saying something that's really that out there but if the short span of time it's hard to do right he absolutely has the heart we'll see if he has the tools right so there has to be that extra scoring because you're probably not going to get it from Clifford and Lewis Voice earlier tonight on on the radio was that looking at so McClellan at the end of the game not this game at the last game the second the voice POW radio my radio play hit the wrong thing I'm sorry hold on guys on line need need to finish yes which they will so so if the Carolinas in scoring there's gotTa be another line that steps up every single night and to me that's line that has well the thing is what I mean is anyway so Tyler Toffoli is twelfth consecutive shutout he said that he believed in the system and he believed in the guys and you know all that stuff and I like Z. so I went and I looked at six so seventh in forwards minutes total okay knock right now but I mean he's making the most of the time I feel anyway here's here's my theory execution goals yes so I mean we heard that this is gonNa take while you know they have to learn the system they have stop thinking game they have to all the fancy stats and the kings are in first place in like almost every fancy stat except for the actual of this season is to find out whether Matt Royer Sean Walkers guest feels like we're about to burn eighty two games just how many chances did he have in the last game and he couldn't shoot the puck into the ocean full disclosure yeah I stopped watching the last okay well there you go there you go I mean needs Blake Lozad or Jeff Carter or whatever to find him and he did lined him visit his he dragged you dragged start playing it and bub-bubba Papa today's point we do need to see more consistency I think you're gonna see it I mean that coal charcoal we've been waiting I answered that question just that one kind of really because we know what we have in Copa Trial following Brown we know about all the mid level veterans that GONNA chip in here they're gonNA be consistent we're never going to get the scoring from Blake I think he's always going to be like a disruptor he's he that's fine yeah he's he's eighteen months to see that goal in his office waiting waiting for the mail to get there and we finally saw it tonight but right but go back to the last game doc about letting clifford or Lewis go because you just can't stop a team no eighteen year old yet so they can get even a you know fifty cents on the dollar they'll probably look to move them right it's not fun to say but that's just reality of it do it yeah absolutely look we got goals from Kovalchuk to fully and Carter tonight so and they won the game yeah so if they do that on a nightly basis Grunstein we'll be back and I'm sure they'll be other members of the seeing brought up Yep I'm at this point now where it feels to me like the entire point nate goal great followed up by Kovalchuk Brown and Co Petar with one point away so I mean I hear what you're saying I just think good underrated I think absolutely we well we pumps tires a lot on the TV. But you don't get to hear the tally when you're working I don't but we we are very much aware of his and we know there's all these other the question is sorta now like will who's GonNa you know what did I say to you after the podcast the other a couple of games ago I said will shuttle and you get to throw some numbers aid throw some number art scoring the goals and I'm glad he did tonight but this has to progress now it has to keep going otherwise they're gonna be in big trouble so it'd be on foot being sent down and grunts term being sent down and it was a it was a face as your term can I push back here for a minute was it only a dipsy I mean bjorn foot down I I don't know if I've used the show before but I'll use it again. The second that Bjorn foot earned a spot on the opening night roster kings fans listen here watch his feet we are so blessed when he's back checking he's not falling on his ass like he is keeping up with old girl Brian Hutton forber who else is on one way deals of the year to Foley's done like there's a bunch of guys where you F- as of the end of the year I think it's insanity even stop watching it completely but I was again I'm I'm a fan and number seventeen all set but like todd McLellan said were paying him handsomely score these goals missed the net it's time uh-huh oh my God you know Fog emojis scored four goals again I mean a grand jury was against the cart of devils which is a team I had not heard of before he's scared orne foots coming back next year he'll be nineteen Turkomen Arthur Kelly is on pace score one hundred fifty goddamn points rated So that was unsolicited like hearing US Love Sean Walker and and I'm a fan of Roy too yeah and I don't know if it's going to come down to one yeah correct so now you're six or seven defensemen yeah and it just feels that the writings on the wall for a couple of guys well I mean when they said the other up sticking or not but I like both of drew doughty not going anywhere nope Kale Clegg can play both sides of the ice and Sean Disease Twenty two roster spots the numbers don't work not every prospect makes this just correct sad to say Right Hand Sean K and seems good sue Ann McKee Anderson is not going anywhere it's GonNa born for pretty darn good the fence men out of their careers like that picture from back to the future because now that he's down in Ontario he's playing the first words out of my mouth in that podcast I like Shawa yeah I really like shocked I like his game he skates well he's good he's well skates blood and that's it you're not in the picture anymore sorry it's a nice problem to have though is nuts grain you know chew three four years down the road yeah most nights they're gonNA be right they're going to be games you just can't rely on follicle Tom Brown every single night to get get it done for you so one of the things I said in my radio the fact that you know so good for everybody in the room and good for him if he does well but I'm not gonNA spend a ton of time worrying about it rear disappearing like like Michael J. Fox's siblings and back to the future because Mike Anderson and toby is bjorn for showed up and made out with the lorraine that's crazy yeah that's crazy there's gotta there's I won't say my name but there's at least one defenseman in the age all right now who's got to see his his you know in the future where Michael J. Fox was looking at the picture of his siblings and they start disappearing as you start tinkering with the timeline urine foots disappearing and he's getting and he's not falling over and research we don't have to say no he he's very good very I want them stepping into you know a group that Todd McLellan likes and isn't maligning in the post game interviews how rough is it by the way when he says Archer April you don't want them coming into a mess right you don't want them coming into a dumpster fire where everybody's like well at least we thought five picnics and I want that what was the point of all that Oh yeah royer walker both the other the other thing I think we're building this season is consistency checks gable already of course I third rail to oh I'm just saying it's the other guy if he can ever get healthy he's a legitimate number two center however better to have this team operating consistently and competitively I don't buy this whole top five pick thing like we just ran down all the he came in here saying he was going to hold people accountable and that's not only what he's doing behind closed doors he's doing it in front of the world as well and it's like not even it's not even rude I see things about players in the post game scrums I love it Oh God we I love it sees refreshing isn't it it's incredible because it's it's not like I mean first of all look out there seems to be stacked on the back end and front end and the front end but I mean I I saw somebody tracking prospects today and they're like you know aiden did this and you know this guy is playing in the US H. L. at his first goal and I thought to myself that's great but them fifty contracts and the well guess what if he's healthy you got copays higher velocity jared Anderson Dolan and Alex Turcott Raza's Campari better learn to play the wing and Ambler is he's not going to be here past the end of next year at the latest rice they're not gonNA resign him when he's thirty eight or what you never know I mean James Yeah okay it'd be lovely if they could get one more toy to play with but you take I'm over the draft you'd be done with it not like you know you stink boo you sit out like I think he says these things and then like also acts on helping them be better which is really refreshing yeah yeah I want college free all I win and and one more named throughout their which people forget about analogy it's the perfect type of person he has the perfect experience dealing with this type of age range and where they are at in their careers like it couldn't be more he's producing like youngest player scored H I for layer that born in the twenty percent and that's okay oh my God in the Ahl Acer he was out furrow out of the game you know and this is I think season for him to fine tune everything that he's relearning and I don't know sharpen his skills team there's got to say something to earn guitar on there we go if he did great fans great it would help sell tickets it would help make the game exciting it was a great goal tonight but as far as the future of the franchise doesn't really matter this season's going to be what the season like what's GonNa be of Todd McCullough or what what is Tom McClellan going to get out of this season and how skilled you're going to get by the end of the year because he's jumping back into this it's only refreshing to hear

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