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Daniel Shar has never seen Mission Impossible

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Daniel Shar has never seen Mission Impossible

"Starving. In a world where every conversation as about what movie or TV show you just see. This! Is never seen it. COMEDIANS rewriting famous movies and TV shows they've never seen. Hey everybody on today's episode. Daniel Shar has never seen mission impossible Charleston on the podcast a bunch this first time writing something. He's never seen mission impossible. He rewrote it and we read his script. I, hope you enjoy the episode. That is the loudest trash truck of all time. We're also joined by Marina. You may remember. She came on I ended never seen saving private Ryan previous episode. She joins US here. They are to my oldest comedy friends. Going back to college is so fun There's something really fun about having a predominantly a writer. Write a script versus like a standup re. This is a lot of fun differences, especially with the exposition the wall the script is so funny. Dan Showers never seen mission impossible. I hope you enjoy it. If you want to checkout jars movie. It is called scraps on Amazon prime and you can. You can watch that and he's got a ton of stuff on Daniel Schorr dot com, if you wanna see a someone sort of all of their work, available their stuff to watch stuff to read stuff to listen to just a big big giant Cornucopia of Daniel, Shar stuff Daniel schorr dot com, check it out, please joy, Danish schorr has never seen mission impossible. He rewrote it. Here's the script. Thank you for listening to the PODCAST. You can get the podcast early on our patron. It's patriots dot com slash never seen it. It's only three bucks a month and we're going to start live streaming. Our shows are recordings on there as well. It's very simple thing. You can just basically watch us when we record the podcast. If you're into that and we got bonus episodes on there as well. Including a bonus episode of Kyle catches up where todd. Sklar tells me very insane Michael Man story that is, it's. It's wild, did so you can check? Patriots dot com slash never seen. It finds on instagram and twitter all that. Please enjoy. Daniel Schorr his never seen mission impossible. All right here. We are in the very well named podcast. Never seen it a name that will be around for years if not year to come. This is the podcast. COMEDIANS rewrite famous movies and TV shows. They've never seen before today. Having never seen mission impossible. I'm going to assume any of them. Oh yeah, not a single. Trailer! we're joined frequent guests. Coming back in is Daniel Schorr. Thank you for being here. Thank you for having me. And also joining US formerly having never seen saving private Ryan I'm going to sue. Not Taken her quarantine time to watch. It is Marina Schifrin high. I didn't take my quarantine time to watch it now I also haven't seen mission imposs- law. Any of them I have seen some of them, but not the first or the second one. Very Weird. Wait what how does that happen? Are you like I? Don't know at a party and someone's like hey. Let's. Mission impossible. At, a big be. Launch Party. They had ten ten minute walk red carpet. It was longer than they thought it would be. Yeah, but they broke it up into little segments. If you will quick walks queens and We put up there. Like does everyone here at the party? All of us want to sit quietly and watch mission. Impossible and someone was like I. Don't know if I could sit still for more than like. Ten minutes at a time. no, I. Don't think I just saw mission impossible three because Philip Seymour Hoffman was in it and I like him. And then I watched the one after that because it felt like enough was caught it I think they kind of stand alone. I thought for sure you were about to say that. Then you watched along came polly. Of going through his catalog. Have you seen that Shar. Yes, I have I've seen that that one I have seen. He's so funny. That's a good example of someone who's way funnier than the thing. Oh Yeah. I didn't know like I because I hadn't seen most things he was in. I just assumed that guys like a comedian. Actor I had no idea he was like a serious dramatic actor. Oh, I'm trying to think of what could give someone like the most skewed view of an actor to see them in something, but that might be it that or like Steve Buscemi like for the longest time I was like. Oh, he's just like the dopey dude in Adam Sandler. Movies were just these like little bit parts. He's like a a little weird character guy. That's like friends with Sandler. I was kind of that I the what was he? was he in stuff before the stand the movies? I mean was he was he not in like one of the like like reservoir? Dogs are fictional reservoir. Already wasn't what's in reservoir dogs one of those movies. Yeah. Now, yeah I just thought he was a guy who, when comedy meant your eyes were crooked, right? I to ninety seven I just thought my first experience with Edward Norton was American history X so. I was just like Oh this guy is disgusting, but I think he's like. In some nicer movies, right? He's in some other movies. I. Fight Club is Nicer. He's in. For two hours. What a crazy! He was the hulk, and then he quit being the hulk, and then being the hulk was worth ten billion dollars. But, he was just in like some sad movie where he's just sort of a brooding If you can picture this Edward Norton was sort of like a quiet brooding guy, was he never in any wrong? Comes or anything like that? I guess he's always been a serious actor. That was such a horrible example. Talking Versions and I like. To ask through it all. Like who the White Guy in American History Act. Thing I saw this guy was this drama, but these other movies he's in these. Oscar winning dramas. The example of the whole, the other guy who played him as a better example. Coming on this podcast, usually it's like with like half an hour, and I'm like I'm not suited for this thing, but. I. Don't think anyone suited for that SORTA. Why we do so bad with movies and I've already already given my whole spiel about how grew up with Russian parents? We didn't watch movies, and so it's like now. I'm just. Order, what's your parents favorite movie? I talked about this last time the birdcage. Yes, right, we did. We talk talk to. Is there's. Is there anything new that they've liked? I've seen four movies in my life Let's see my dad just watched. Apparently, there's crazy documentary about the history. Dick. Jewish community. On netflix yeah. called I literally almost said called. Get Out! Jump growing. It's called. What it's called, Unorthodox Right. I don't think it is out. There is also a documentary called one of us, which is also almost. Jordan peele movie. Nobody actually my dad, just he watched uncut gems and really liked it. Because, he, he's a jeweler. He said it felt like a documentary which when I watched it I, honestly only got like a little girls experience growing up in the jewelry industry, but I mean it is like that like they're all packing heat. It's all like these. Like Niche Emigrant communities that have like a strange kind of relationship it works on a barter system, so it's you know it's like often doing favors to get these like hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of necklaces. It's really I loved that movie Yeah my dad was like he's like Oh. If you like this, Novi, you should watch some leany film. We've been. That's an example of like. If that's somebody's intro to Sandler, and then they go check out. Yeah, yeah, what an incredible example! That would have been four minutes ago. Trying to come up with the. But what I like him and stuff like that more than anything else I like old, CEO movies and stuff, but punch drunk love and gypsum psych. What let me watch the guy who seems normal? More normal than like watching Brad Pitt or someone like that I love that with my mom. I, think I've talked about that on here. My seat heater was on, and I didn't know it was on a fancy movie. Theater and I thought I was the most stress is I'm so stressed out. My back is sweating so much during. The Independence Missouri Indie theaters. They got the big recliners that you can like. Sit in and stuff, but I was just sweating. I was sweating so much. They'll movie car seats that they re purposed into movie a lot like that. You even have to put a seatbelt on. But. That's so I can't. Every time you watch a movie about some like industry. That's very intense like juuling. You you I watched it and I'm like there's no way this whole industry can be so word of mouth favour-based. And I go through the jewelry industry in New York you walk through all of these places open. Can there really be seven hundred stores all selling enough stuff to make rent here? What is possibly going I? Have no idea and then I I love the movie. I thought it was very anxious that the industry so interesting. I like it's funny. Because about I would say a year before uncut gems came out I tried to sell a book about growing up in the jewelry industry, but it's. Kind of a strange thing to write about because it's all. It's like super Masculine driven, and there's like guns and gangs, and you know all sorts of things involves, but people were like I dunno, you. Kinda see this young chick. Pitching a book about like men in gangs, and all that kind of stuff that it would, it would have been. I wanted to pitch it as A. Autobiographical, but my dad was like every story. He's like you can't write that. But then they were like you should make this a Waie busk. With like a romantic story and I'm like. How do you get that out of the jewelry industry? And then when uncut gems came out, I was like so excited. Because I think they did capture it. They heightened it. but you know like my dad would come home from work, and he's like a five foot, three immigrant Jewish dude and he didn't like have a busted up nose because he chased the one who did a smash and grab, and they do all have those like buzzers to like. Let people in and. But it's really fascinating, but then there are other people like my dad's best friend. He would just like chase the necklaces, so he would kinda like upgrade through trading, but a few years ago, he came to California and like he he called me and he's like you know if this deal goes, goes well and taking you out to dinner. And he was like an elderly woman. He traded for I. Think a bracelet and I think it was like. One hundred thousand dollars or something that he ended up getting, and so we went, it was like fifteen of us that went out and like China ordered bottles of wine and champagne, and he was like good for a couple of years off of that one bracelet like very awesome in addicting is like some elderly woman that he met through connections that he lives in. He lived in Arizona. It's Yeah I. I just love the Jewelry Industry and I love that movie says it's so wild I mean. Yeah, you see. They did really good job of getting across the addictive properties and relating them to like the addictive properties I don't who've had like sports gambling problems, and at some point it has, it has literally nothing to do with sports, and it's just about like sports or the easiest way to get this like repetitive uncontrolled rush. I guess you know what I mean it's it's in. It just looks like it. I was so. Good time and got anxious watching their other the movie which is just. I don't know what I call it like. Less specific feeling than like uncut gems good Jimbo so honed and so well-crafted in good time almost felt like a draft of that movie. Warrior, I'm? Robert Pattinson. Is trying to get his. Brother got put in jail for a crime they did, and then his brother got hurt got injured. He's trying to get his jail brother out of the jail hospital and it just I mean it's like it's harder to describe because it's, but it's literally. A guy is emotionally drowning immediately, and then that's the Best Offi as the whole movie. Yeah, it's. It's just desperation in lake, chaos and crazy like quick thinking. Like really brilliant bad decisions, being made basically like super half. They're really good at Abbey. People at the peak of their intelligence who aren't intelligent. You know what I mean. That's like thing you guys are writers. You know what I'm talking about where this? You don't WanNa dump people doing dumb stuff. You got people thinking. They're smart. And that's the whole time every time. Every decision Robert Paxton makes you're like. Yeah, but come on man like the whole time you. There's no he. He doesn't do anything irrational. But he doesn't think more than eight seconds ahead at any given moment. Yeah, when I really liked about good time as it felt like it, heightened in like had more of a gradual kind of like okay, this is crazy. It just got crazier. Oh, it's crazy like it just kept kind of leveling up in terms of like I can't believe that this is. He managed to get out of that, but now he's in an even worse spot. Yang was before, whereas uncut gems to me felt like kind of a constant like this is nuts. This whole time like every is chaos. Got Dropped into act two of the movie right Yeah Yeah and also I like good time because I like a movie that shows what New York actually looks like, and it's not just like this like Lower Manhattan love affair type of thing, but it's like deep, clean suburban insanity, and that sort of thing. so that's it for us. This has been the. Recap podcast. It's been good times with some friends. Some gems here at A. All right, so let's talk about mission impossible. Such a famous thing I'm here only a few blocks away from the wonderful scientology center. So if I read this loud enough, we could get on a list. Never you've never seen mission impossible. Neither of you've ever see mission impossible. Now, but actually now that I think about I. Feel like it. I know my parents really loved Tom Cruise in the nineties and I feel. When did the first one come out to? Nineteen, eighty, nine I think, or maybe like nineteen ninety one night and I'm not sure it feels like very much like Immigrant Bait Guy To watch American movie, but I can't nineteen ninety-six but I hear what you're saying it is. It feels like the example. Of a movie that will be sent overseas to make people fall in love with American movies. Like, maybe even more than like jaws or or things like that which we're like these blockbusters mission like Tom Cruise is the actor parents walk? And this is the thing that you assume he's in. Yeah I you know eight making them. They keep being good I. Guess the next one is going to space, isn't he? Trying to actually go to space for movie I. Think I might be making that up but I. Thought I saw something where he's trying to actually go film a movie based when someone who tells them about green screens. He's GONNA lose his. I feel like everyone's too afraid to talk to him about stuff. Because in the last mission, impossible movie fall out which I thought was great. He jumps. He physically Tom. Cruise jumps out of an airplane and skydives downstairs. To do that, buddy, you don't need to, and everyone's like look at of doing this on McKay. You know who else had the skydive because this guy's an asshole, someone with the fucking camera. Jump Out, and also be a skydiver, but with the thing in their hands. It's like when you see documentaries about people climbing Everest and you're like that guy's got a camera there with you in the documentary about the camera guy. That's looking all this stuff. You got a camera strapped to the back of a Sherpa and everyone's excited. Because a guy with too many legs can climb she plenty. Energy doesn't have any medal lakes. Do, you think. I have a quick question. Do you think if you lined up photos of Tom Cruise from all these movies. How many are there seven? There's a lot of them I'd say five or six okay. Do you think you'd be able to like age him in the appropriate. Or like Oh like assign. Which one was the which movie I yeah? Yeah I. Could I. Bet I know. I Bet I could pick the first one because I think. He had sort of like very nineteen ninety-five hair, and then the It's longer than the rest, but I think I can only pick the first one. I couldn't tell you what happens in any of the first ones I assume the same thing happens in all of them. That's a long winded way of saying. He's aging well. He's aging went well. I mean if your feet and level three you start to actually age in a different manner than everybody else you've translated aging, and now you are living off the ether and the volcano ash that sentece start what? I'm trying to get a new listener base lever media. If you WANNA, come on right something we can do this. She's the best. Has she been in any movies? She needs more. Suggests the white I know that she was brought back to the Kevin James Show because people who watched the new Kevin James Show were so dumb. They couldn't tell that it was a different show. She was his wife in King of Queens Yeah and then Kevin James said whatever the new show was like. Kevin can wait and people are like what happened to his wife well didn't. His wife was. Played by like as I think, is someone else? Yes, this season. Yeah, and then people are like he's. He's cheating on his wife or something, because this other woman is living in their house. That's insane. I just read a pilot call. Kevin can fuck himself that I think they're making if you guys have heard that, but it's from the perspective of the wife. And it's really interesting because it like cuts in and out of a live audience shoot, and then it's like the super dark like she's doing coke and like trying to She's like switching out her birth control, so she can't get pregnant. It's really I hope they made it. Man Good for Kevin James. He's attached to direct. It's called Blurt House cinema, and so we're going to do we're going to. Jar. You've already signed the rules yet. We're into deep at this point. so go. You can let us know who are going to play if. To keep it a secret kinda low. You WanNa. Keep it a secret Santa Sense right right? That's why literally wrote that all right so I have who I will be here. Marina! You'll be playing while right. And Sharia be doing all of our exposition while baby. And Seen, mission impossible. And I'll just sorta scroll through or reading here. You guys can with your printed copy. WHAT FLEX? Ready Mission impossible written by Daniel Schorr, who has somehow managed to never see any tom cruise movies other than war of the worlds, collateral and Tropic Thunder. Exterior beach morning from the Pov of a camera, a helicopter waves crash into the Santa Monica pier from the Pov of the Ferris wheel. That helicopter tilts abruptly causing the bulky camera that gave us the previous shot to tumble out on the side. Inside, the helicopter cameraman Forties ponytail here's out in terror as his equipment plummets toward the water, holy Cannoli, Bam the camera clobber surfer in the head and off his board. Cameraman whips around in shock. You just killed that Guy Tom. Cruise ageless short psychopathic scientologist calmly lowers his sunglasses. You can say that again or you could, if you were anybody else came and begs for his life is Tom Dangles him by the Pony tail spinning him like one of PD Pablo shirts. After a beat Tom Flings guy and let's go flashing that multimillion dollar smile as he watches the propeller shop cameraman to Smithereens. Merry Christmas sharks Little Okay hold on. Let me think. Cha Cha Cha. Tone death and Jewish. Merry Christmas Sharks Cha Cha. Cha Cha. I need to know now if the whole script was written around making marina do that. No but casting definitely was Hey, sing out! I hate it so much sooner. Everybody knows it says Merry, Christmas sharks, parenthetical, little drummer boy to John jump-jet Yum yum. Tom Casually picks up and puts on a jet pack. After clicking the final buckle into place he steps into the helicopter doorway turns to the side and breaks the fourth wall. I'm Tom Cruise welcome to mission impossible. The intro music from Jackass. Blair's as Tom Leaps out of the helicopter flips a switch on the jet pack, and rockets toward the city of Los Angeles like a missile where their missiles in top gun. If so more specifically, crews flies toward La like a missile from top PGA. If not I don't know, let's say he glides through the Vanilla. Sky Like to saw. Interior Church of Scientology Celebrity senator. Tom Cruise enters a lavish office and takes a seat across from scientology pope ageless selling hat John Travolta. Talk Me. How'd it go with the suppressive documentarian? Tom Lower SES shades once again. Let's just say I called cut. Boy they do a special scientologist. High Five I would give more details, but those cost one hundred thousand dollars to learn. So. What do you have for me next scientology pope, who ironically could never be nicknamed S. P. Slides a sealed Manila envelope across the desk. Tom Opens it up reads the paper contained within and smirks. They say can't be done then I say. Bring it on cut to one hour later Tom Finishes. Drinking a gallon of milk and triumphantly slams the carton down on the desk. Scientology pope cheers enhanced. Tom Another envelope cut to moments later, crews loads each of the six saltine crackers before him with a spoonful of sentiment. He Wolf small down and reaches out for the next envelope. Cut to Tom. Cruise sucks his own Dick. It's shot very tastefully. Every possible pun intended. Ninety uninterrupted minutes later, scientology pope slow collapse enhance Tom another envelope, the contents of which make him gasp. Scientology pope nods with medicine smile, exterior, train a little later talk. Tom Cruise. Hugs the top of the speeding train. Loudly singing the tune of the mission, impossible theme in Gibberish, sorry Marina. Do. What to? Do to will. Go. Boo! Sorry, we got a hiccup in the microphones. They're coming back real quick. Dripping sweat. Stressed out. This isn't the most stressed out I've been in. The last eight months. This is MARINA'S UNCUT GEM. UNSUNG game. A hatch in the trains roof bursts open behind him Tom Spins around an aims, his gun at the stylish record exotic ving. Raines who just whack-a-mole out of the chew, Chew. Don't you sorry to bother you, but I work in the music business and I couldn't help it over here. You're beautiful, melody or you? Singer Tom Lowers his gun and holds the side of it over his heart. That so flattering, but I'm just a missionary on a mission trip. I see well. Did you come up with that catchy tune? You were carrying Tom Cruise shakes his head in flaunts those rich. Ask Teeth. That's just how it sounds when a scientologist weeks tongue. Oh Wow. Okay, well, thank you for not shooting me. Pam. A tunnel entrance decapitates record exists. Don't worry though Tom Cruise duct, so he's fine. He winces at ving. Rains Remains Aka the severed torso, barely crowning from the open hatch. Here's a prayer for your soul sir. Bad Up bad. Exterior. That one! As the train slows to a stop. Tom Jumps off hits the platform running, not looking back reacting in any way as the locomotive explodes behind him, just like he planned interior shopping mall food court a little later, while hiding in a fountain Tom Spies on a guy leaning against a poll tomorrow. Cashier calls out to this mystery. MA'AM! got a spinach Stromboli ready for Jimmy Bond deady. Tom Watches his mark step forward wearing an obviously fake moustache and speaking with a cartoonish Italian accent. Vesa me. Certain he has everyone fooled James Bond. WHO's movies? I've also never seen takes Stromboli on a tray and finds himself a table before he can enjoy his first bite. A soaking wet Tom Cruise interrupts him. Daddy Jimmy Bond any. James Takes One look at Tom and realizes he's busted bollocks. He drops the act drops. The Stromboli takes off running with Tom Cruise hot on his tail. They knock over kiosks, flirting teens old people trying to get their steps in interior. macy's crews chases bond through the furniture section, shrieking and laughing like a madman, as he hops from couch to couch exterior parking lot in just one minute of sprinting through all the Christmas traffic. Remember the shark bit this Christmas movie. These assholes causes an unbelievable number of car wrecks, and not just fender benders. Every single car explodes that one Beastie Boys Song Dear APPs as. Into Interior intergalactic planetary. I, of course meant fight for your right because Giddy kids, resting parents and a bunch of super high people are all in here. Having partee levels of fun at the laser light show, there's so many thin red raise dancing around. It's as if all the display. TV's at best buy hat on Austin powers and the planetarium's tech I walked by and took Dr Evil's command to fire the laser as a direct order, ten times for screen tucked away in the only part of the ceiling, not being touched by these colorful beams Tom spots James hiding in the crowd. You all these lights cool get a load of this using his mind powers to control the elaborate harnessed system, holding his splayed body Tom Manages to slowly lower himself through the glowing grid, totally undetected. It feels impossible that he could successfully dodge these lasers. But Hey, that's what this movie is all about right this stunt. The Tom Cruise is famously doing all by himself is going incredibly well until the air conditioning kicks on, and since his body flying to and fro. The crowd murmurs at the confusing disruptions in the laser choreography. Those murmurs become screams when Tom pukes going a couple in milk, cinnamon, crackers and calm. Whoa Dude, you did not tell me the show was in four. D Hard, you know. He licks his lips. Put a Dula or Chata? Shar. The show stops and regular lights turn on causing confusion that confusion turns to horror when the audience notices the loan, red beams, still piercing through the space all the way from bonds, sore head to the gun and Tom Sands screaming in panic. The whole crowd clears out except for the PUKE high couple who remain in their seats enthralled. Do you really think. Kenan me will make you top spy by default. While keeping the weapon trained on his target, Tom uses his mind powers to lower his body to the floor, and his biceps to wipe the bile from his chin. Honestly, I'm not sure, but my boss seems to thinks Oh. He hates anyone who isn't fully on his side, so yeah, but do you know killing me is let's to really impossible, isn't it? That's why he said me to try. I didn't realize you're. So ready for absolute miracles. Either my high war off, or this show just got super boring right? I won't mind blow to gain time. Crew sins one bullet through donors heads killing them instantly. Wow well done, mate! Cheers, I don't know about you, but I learned a valuable lesson today Tom. Cruise lower says sunglasses one time as he and James Bond turned to break the fourth wall in unison. Data? Exterior intergalactic area moments later Tom Cruise and James Bond. jetpack into the sunset together with insanely profitable smiles on their faces, as the planetarium explodes Merry Christmas the. Not really clocked. It's okay if you clap. Here we'll get back up. And Post. Give me a clamp so I can think your class. I'm so ninety around. So Weird Kyle everything. You say I'm like okay. Jokes. That's the thing about yelp reviews about me. I think he kinda nailed. It gets a mission every time. It's in some sort of envelope every time He just sells it. He runs a lot. runs so much. Yeah I love it. You at utilize twenty fourteen youtube challenges. I'm going to raise enough money to work getting covered in this bucket of ice. It A. he run so much that in fallout which has i. don't remember the guy's name. The Guy who's currently superman is in it. I I can't remember the actor's name. Shut up, shut up. He runs in the movie. Like to where it is the legitimate joke, there's a point where it's like almost like looks into the camera time to Tom. Cruise Rod like the guys getting away. They're like you should drive over there. Get them and he's like Dr. Because he has to cut through stuff and do the Tom Cruise stunt stuff and everything has there been like a like a you saying Bolt Cameo. Alike do a thing where he's faster than a little bit fat or like a Cheetah escaped from a zoo. By it or something like that nobody he is, he cannot be this fast. And also the bad guys just walk are everywhere. No hurry to get away with everything. Is. It makes it easier for you to catch up if you're running their walking. That's just a simple math equation. A bad guy who's walking I think right I mean. There's talkers runs. He does have to reset his fit bit sort of takes you out of the movie briefly. He's running in his watches like. Hey, it looks like you're exercising. Do you want to tell you this on and he is to hit dismissed. Damon play. At like was James Jason Bourne Oh. That's different. It's its mission impossible but forgetting. Okay. He already has Amnesia in both in. The only thing that wore off quicker than his Amnesia was the novelty, and even they're good that they're pretty good movies, too. They're all the same. Memento, so I like women, I like all the board movies pretty much. I like these ones I've seen. They're all the same. you watch the person that you're entertained by. Do the thing you don't mean. They're they're good i. like commission the born. Who is the best out of all of them? The creek because his name is Ethan Hunt, that's the Tom Cruise's character. Michelle isn't out of all the names Matt Damon Jason. Born Ethan! Hunt top Tom. Cruise is the best name for an agent. Yeah, yeah, if that was his real name. Name did he'd like change? It is like town, Lieberman or something. I don't know. His name is Thomas Wow wow, oh, you looked at you. Look it up. I stopped as soon. Up I'm going to let it ruin. Look Up. What Tom Cruise real name is. On their own time, but his first name is Thomas. His middle name is crews. Okay? His last name all his last name state. Map author the forth worth. Tom. Cruise map a for the forward. Map Author. Map. Sounds like a speech like your. It sounds like a scientology term to me. Yeah that is, but then there's this actor. William Map author is he related the Tom Cruise. Who else there's. Just found out clicking one more time. All of the widow took no way been. There's this guy. I think you nailed it with the script there. Did you find difficulty writing es I got a? Little behind the scenes. Here had like certain ideas for set-pieces based on like. I'm vaguely aware of him going through lasers, so I'll have that happen in a planetarium during a laser light show that seems. thought of the challenges bits thought of the helicopter thing but I struggled with like what his big mission should be and I know there was some gross stuff in here, but it could have been a lot worse because I did. Start to write a version where Tom Cruise. Killed Jon Benet Ramsey. Because I was in one, thousand, nine, hundred six. Get Away with this crime. And I was like what am I doing? This is not going to play the way that I it with. Pineapple. Is that too much of a team cut. Rene Ramsey Story. No No. It's in the forefront of everyone. Thing that we always think about and remembers the details. What was in her stomach during the autopsy? She was so small it was. It was like an autopsy. Not that deep of a cut. It's been a long time since you know what's up next. We're GONNA. Have a fresh Chuck Norris Joke I've never heard. Man But he's so strong. He could come up with a new one. All right. We got to play some games and get out of here and equity or to. We have a game here on the podcast called before and after. Ready to. The food. Nothing shark cells at more than knowing the intricate plots to multiple movies at the same time, this game is called before and after is how it works is to movies have been smushed together into one. I will tell you this much together movie plot you tell me the smushed together movie title. we've both played this right everyone yes. We understand that can be port mentos. An example I can't come up with. They could be not poor mentos like another example. I forgot so we understand how they work. You want to give us an example. How insufferable it was! Be Like I know a lot of. Toes. For example you could take the word quick and bite and. Or Sport, right which would. Foregin spendy. So here we go. Here's our first plot. And then you get somebody title. You're more than welcome to work together. We have three of them today. Number one in alien armada invades and alters life as we know it including eliminating any trace of the world's most popular band. Okay, so can we work together? Is it? Is it? What was that Beatles Movie That! Yesterday. Yeah that's the movie. Like movie with which I am familiar. Over here thinking of yellow submarine when you say Beatles. I mean this is totally on topic, but did they call the autopsy Pineapple Express? Now I'm just thinking of Pineapple Funds. For the place beyond the pineapple Okay, so yesterday you're thinking of yesterday. Yeah, in that movie which I saw the Beatles disappear, and so the beginning. You talked about aliens, right? What was the beginning yesterday after? Tomorrow is not the yesterday after tomorrow. An Alien Armada invades earth an alternate life as we know it. Including eliminating any trace of the world's most popular band. Arrival wait. No arrival didn't change any. It's gotta be something with dead. That's my favorite like it's gotta be yesterday, something or A. So. Someone's listening to this podcast in screaming at their. This must be now. For like the movie buff listeners. About how? Someone made a Bingo card for this. podcast mole. And I've never really gone over the stuff. That's on the BINGO card. We'll go over the end and we'll see if we can retroactively about stuff that we nailed for sure. Put the Italian accent in there on purpose for you guys. It's the Mario. Accent is one of the squares. Berlin in daily Armada invades earth in alters life as we know it including. The world's most popular backup. Is there some. I gave yesterday as. Head my work for the. Shed, come up to my level. The Doomsday Yester-. The first movie took place two days ago. Two days at the day the day before. Literally on our calendar days ago, oh yester- Independence Day. That's it. That's it. Yeah, that's great. Don't worry. That was the easy one. Here we go here. We go in an effort to find his lost son and overly cautious. Father sets out on a daring mission, and meets a once mighty demi-god who will help guide him in his quest of his ancestors. So, So. Here's the thing. Break it down for us. Literally covering your mouth like you're about to beat box. Food. Well my name's Marina. And I'm here to say that. Can you rhyme apple with pineapple. Well I'm thinking of the movie where taken, but that's a girl at anonymity. Rush Hour. That's also girl I feel like. It's always young women who get stolen, so it's unusual to have a son stolen. Stolen you. In an effort to find his lost son L.. Maybe it'll be cautious. Father sets out on a daring mission in meets. A once-mighty demi-god will help guide him on his quest of his ancestors. I don't think this is right, but the only movies come to mind as Steve. carell movie whereas beautiful boy. Or is addicted to drugs and kind of relieved, never even heard of that. Lost to draw Still physically present that mental. This is our. I'll give you hint on this one. They are both animated. Rain, 'cause I. Don't Watch Ending Nemo. ooh, in! An effort to find his lost son in overly cautious father set seven daring mission, so feel like you're onto something with the first one and meets a once-mighty demigods will help guide him in his quest. Of his ancestors. Let's the. Let's see. What's the robe up? I feel like I'm imagining a big robot or a toaster. The brave little socio. Yeah, that movies great handle watched. It fits rated with finding Nemo. Little Moster. The brave Nemo. Animated. Daniel, you probably don't want any animated. No, I haven't seen any could rattle off a bunch of names of animated movies that I've heard of that I. Really Wonder About What Universe are we at? Like who produced the second movie was a Disney. Disney okay Ancestry. It's not Coco, is it? No I love cocoa I. Love Cocoa, too. But I think. Oh Okay Moana. Finding! Me Moana. I mean you got the first part that's great, but all of those movies are amazing. All right ready for the last one. Yes, a physician's childhood ability returns allowing him the power to communicate with animals and four sisters who are trying to pave their own social, professional and romantic. Got This lawn right also. One two three. Or do. No. Go Yes. Is? Doing good doing good trooping through to our next game, which is. Called build the perfect movie. That was not the. Sa- a heartbeat as some people say that flaps has anyone does. Squares on our big go card. ARE PEOPLE SAYING THAT SLAM? That's basically the free space. We say so often today with the Chicago after that slaps. They do, but then they say the catch up off your hot dog. We Swedish sausage last week on this gotten such a weird talk about because it. Alison livelihood had a sausage kill someone Chicago style. was like killing them with by throwing a pickle Adam. Uncovering relish mad that the blood is Ken Chiampou. CHICAGO, loves really, standing up for the most insanely specific foods and I talked about that a lot this weekend. I feel like every weekend every like. Four hundred relax. Yeah. It's just weird. It's like I. DO I distinctly remember like one day someone being like you're not as Chicago and if you catch up on your hot dogs when I was young, so it was like a I will never do that again. I'm so sorry. I do like ketchup on hot dogs, so help build. The perfect movie works as I'll give you both a category. You have to pick two movies from that category whose rotten tomatoes score at it's up to close to one hundred as possible without going over that make sense prices right style. Shar you will pick I Marino. Big Second will review the scores, and then we will go back. Let's watch this. We've got a little loopy music here for us. We choose your category for build. The perfect movie is a perfect comedy that is it very vague close very vague, so Shar you pick your first for any second view the scores. I'M GONNA. Go with Dude. Where's My car? Okay. We need a match up to one hundred. No, you're competing against each other gear Claudio pickier. Yes. I will say Napoleon Dynamite Iron with your scores here from round one scores from around one dude. Where's My car? is a seventeen percent on rotten tomatoes. So, Shaw, you're looking for eighty three. Three percent. Napoleon dynamite is a seventy one, a seventy-one, some Rainier, looking for a twenty nine, a twenty nine percent Shar. You have the most to make ups. You'll pick I looking for that. seventy three per eighty three percent eighty three percent. I'm GONNA go with. Billy Madison. I'M GONNA go with say. What movie themed. Can Envy. Oh The two thousand four comedy-drama. Does that count no accounts. Are Of your scores here? Let's see if we got a winner dude. Where's My car? Seventeen percent billy madison forty forty percent. We're only at fifty seven. Fifty seven I know that felt like the one that people have been like. This is good rate. Horror, Shit polling dynamite, seventy one percent saved sixty one percent. Oh, that's so high way over. I assumed people would tear it apart. people seem to like it because there's an exclamation point title. Seems to be what a lot of the reviews are saying. Well we gotta run it back and get a winner, so our second round is going to be who can build the perfect movie where any cast member is a former SNL CAST member. The perfect movie were any guests. Number is a former Saturday night live cast member forever. Enlisting there night live is used to be a television show talk. It's now away instagram live account. So All right, so you go first on this one. You'll go first on this one. Talladega nights. And somehow ended UP ON TALLAHASSEE DOT COM. I will go with night at the Roxbury. Aren't here. We go here, we go. Talladega unites once again seventy one percent seventy one percent seen in, so you're gonNA. Be Looking for a twenty nine. Okay, sure night at the Roxbury eleven. Eleven. Eleven. Eighty nine. You have the most makeup danger. YOU'LL GO I. I'm going to go with. Other people. Starring Molly Shannon. Other people. That's dark that you chose that as a comedy, she. Came this doesn't have to be A. Just a movie starring. Okay. Oh. It's my turn. Okay okay okay. Mom! What was the wrestling movie with? Steve Corral. The call is like wealth head. Off. not she tailored foxcatcher capture. Fox Get there. No Man, 'cause I like you need. What do you need? A twenty? Nine I will let you know got nominated for like Sixty Oscars. So, I don't know if it'll be more than twenty nine percents in remember. It got nominated for a lot of Oscar so. how `Bout! Skeleton twins. Scale feel people like that one. Looking for twenty nine percent. feels. Feels like a be well reviewed. I was also thinking as debating undoing the Kristen wig movie where she's a talk. Show host is called about me. I love that movie, but no one else. What. What is it? You're looking for twenty nine marina and you're. MISBELIEF compulsively think. What's the one that no one saw? It was a called about no, no, not a bad girl whatever? I'm tinkering 'cause I'm stressed. So. Non Non stressful non sounds like tinkering music again. It sounds like the noise I bet cars make in the cars universe while they're fixing each other. Switch my answer to both anger. A dollar for every time. Someone did exactly that on. Our here we go night at the Roxbury eleven percent other people eighty five percents a ninety six. Okay fine. That's Great Talladega nights seventy one finger eighty one. Mike God. Eighty one percent. I've never been on rotten tomatoes. Dot, com, what? Save. You yeah, that's the way you don't know about it because you're Chicago. You can't just. All right. We got one more game and they were going to get out of here. Okay okay. Okay? Lucy. Capping. From the is called. Guess what movie trailer describing having only heard of the movie never watched some of the game. I, don't move was called. So I'm GONNA play audio. It is my father describing movie trailer. You have to try guess what movie The trailer is four. We know how this one right here we go. Okay. Oh Hey the movie is rated on. Driving to college in Alabama. Late? Now he's in jail. They're making their phone call. Only one man can save them, and luckily he knows the guy he's been studying, says law school for years. Now someone is asking. If. He's heard of grits. To wear in court. He fell down hitting his car. is she a hostile witness? He will surely find out. Seems Fun. Do you hold a gun to Your Dad's head? Focus. Sound so stressed out. 'cause there's notes, and then you just read reading them bath. I see I see. He sounds stressed out this coming from the person. During the perfect movie. Sweating Any guesses. Soon as he said, it was rated R. I. have no idea the like the graduate is clearly not graduate head. I'm like college. I don't know I was thinking of Im Sam which also stars Dustin Hoffman. Right. The does, but this is not that. I don't think he gets arrested or anything. And we are looking for my cousin. Vinny Oh. Yeah, never in a million years was I going to get that. It felt like it was either a right away or no chance. No Way. Yeah, my next guest was Shawshank redemption because I needed. There's prison involved. That was A. Comedy that that got like a ten percent on rotten tomatoes right? In the PODCAST I'm sure it's like I'm guessing it's at an eighty seven solid. It is eighty six. So not even close. Allowed to go over even the compensation with me prices right? All Right? Let's do a quick recap of the BINGO board and see how we landed here. I'm going to I. Wonder if I can find a way to share the picture with you, guys. This is the fun part about audio podcasts I figure out is green. Everyone's always like my favorite part about listening. The podcast is when it takes you a while to show something we can't see. are here we go here. We go. I'm GONNA pull, up. Sharon the screen. Out of think we did. Do you see it Danny the I. Do okay. We definitely hit Portmanteau. That cannot. We talked about Missouri, which is crazy because we all three. At College. Remember how great that was going to Mizzou. Those were the day. I said wall-to-wall for we said okay. We don't think we talked about hitchcock or cinematic universe. This was a low one. We're off time I didn't have to weasel in my frequently. Use Jokes, so did a fan make. This is I said. That's so funny because it's someone who listens being like these are getting stale. Let me show you. That was I. Think you could see my thing. I said all the replies on this on. Here are surely not making me intensely self aware. Because everyone's like wish nine eleven was. passed. So people like funny. I tried to set us up to play. Some copyright protected music. I wrote it into the script, but yeah yeah I've been trying to ease off on that. Because I was told sort. Yeah, I said Pixar I asked if it was like Pixar Disney. I don't know if that the Pixar Mario accent. crease. Base it all right. This is the first week. We didn't the free space. Well Dan Schorr thank you for having never seen mission impossible. Thank you for having me man this. Please let everyone know where to find you in all these things yeah I've got a movie on Amazon called scraps. You Could Watch for free if you have prime and then I've made a bunch of other stuff. That's on my website Daniel Schorr DOT com. Thank you for also never having seen mission possible. Maybe having seen mission impossible. It sounds like the name of the game we would play. Twenty minutes and I remember that I actually. Right that's a very Jason Bourne esque. Sola. Yeah I just wrote on this new show called crossing swords. It is on Hulu. We'll give it a watch. and then I'm trying to stay on social media, so visit my website in. Email me from there because I'm really into a writing emails to strangers right now. Just. Yeah need connection with strangers, but nine social stranger sounds like one of those like drama comedies, a former SNL CAST member would star. Known I might have Melissa McCarthy's. Turn with like Oh. They are really good dramatic actors. Well, that's. Yeah there's one laugh line in the movie. All right everybody. Thank you for listening we if you want to see the Bingo card. Can. Can we riff more about this e mail movie? Right, that's all. Right I've actually just I'm I'm getting in here and and copy writing the script idea real quick. On the SU- more. Share my screen with you. Try to take this very not actually allowed to write it. 'cause McCarthy never wasn't SNL CAST member. Not Steve Correll. You tried to sneak that by earlier. Music Different No So. We're not trying to stay off social media. Her website email marina all the people who were not SNL CAST members. Wait so long to let me sit in my like. Minutes. The, we've in making eye contact the whole time. Thank. You guys very much for listening. To. A podcast network,

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Wrestling Cheers- Episode 108: Filthy Slumber Party In Jersey (Review)

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Wrestling Cheers- Episode 108: Filthy Slumber Party In Jersey (Review)

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Talk about things went on northeast allow independent wrestling seen we preview shows we review shows and sometimes we even have interviews along the way this is a review episode for last week's A._I.. Hi W show those I mean technically in New Jersey but still part of northeast Ohio we had of the Slumber Party massacre of I in your host I am just in summers. We are brought to you by the trending topics network Midwest territory and key on sports sports. Please rate review and subscriber every listen. That's fine podcasts whether it be apple podcasts Google podcast stitcher to in Youtube spotify iheartradio or pod cheers pod bean dot com find some all of your social media facebook twitter and Instagram facebook dot com slash ensures twitter dot com slash wrestling cheers instagram dot com slash wrestling cheers email. If you so choose the desire resi cheers at g mail DOT COM and we have the merged or over at web maneuver dot net like I said this is a review episode for your last week's show a mom not a w but slumber party massacre that was at the White Eagle Hall in Jersey City New Jersey and this is actually available for replay right now on Fight T._V. T._v.. That's where I end up seen it because I'm the only person on this episode that wasn't in New York but getting still watch it a couple of days after it happened was still like really cool and don't really get the watch and W for the first time from the comfort of my home own home home so if you haven't done it go check it out but if you're listening to episode you probably already know the results or you Sala show so let's get into the review I up this week. We have stacey. How's it going house? <hes> how what was your weekend in New Jersey New York whatever never in New York I was only jurors. Okay was long but good <hes> non wrestling you did happen to go to some Jay and silent bob related places we did. We went to secret stash when we went to the quick. Stop this cool man. I like Red Bank. It's a whole lot fucking nicer in Jersey. City is a little boozy. It's Nice <hes> secrets to ashes cool store. I mean it's basically just like any other comic store you would go into except they had some Kevin. Smith's Jedinak Lake <hes> the real counter that they do business at isn't the one T._v.. Show the T._V.. Show can't further in the store and it was piled up with shit it like a little clerks to move back <hes> ever display case that has a bunch of like cool like old Kevin Smith things from different movies and owner merge <hes> the table that they do the podcast ads in the back <hes> the craziest thing that's an air the fucking Walrus from Tusk in hanging from the ceiling kind of <hes> Mike Zaps it. was there running the store about a couple of things talk to him. It was cool a good time and then the quick stop you know it's it's still there still grocery store burnt down. You'd think so the R. S. T. video still had the sign like half in the window. <hes> PAM bought a shirt at the quick stop that was just some old black print on a white shirt that said quick stop and R._S._D.. Years <hes> they had to left so she owns one of them. I don't know how that shirt is. I'm assuming I'm assuming it's about as old as the T._i.. Bought from there which was Super Expi- how how far off from expired <hes> months yeah we caught it in time and went in and spit yeah I bought a he had done it at a vending machine where I've bought tea and then a came out and there was like mold in it and I'm like Oh like need to get into this yeah. The the weirdest thing was a quick stop man for anybody who's watched clerks. Religiously you know when they play hockey on the roof. You see like across the street right now. Yes and things will change didn't Leonardo over the right there analysis three-story-high condos so it looks a little different but the story is still right there and it is like it's small parking's like right leg your bumpers on the street who it was school. We didn't we were going to go the first day and then we all got got there and we were real tired so we went on Saturday before <hes> before going to the W party also on this episode we have Rick A._R._I._S.. How was your weekend in New Jersey? I had weekend in New Jersey. I did indeed I I went to New York unlike <unk> Novas <hes> I went to w went to wrestle Khan and then I did stuff with my wife or this pat would say my wife <hes> for the final two days. I had a really good time and <hes> got home not as has exhausted as I thought it was going to be was Russell Con House Wrestle Con Russell Khan was the weirdest thing that I've ever experienced. I've never been to like a real wrestle calm before so we walk in and get through the the <hes> wristband <hes> to get entered. I'm twenty five feet into the place. Just Terry rumbles is just standing there just talking to somebody just like what is going on he walk in little farther and all of a sudden Greg Valentine sitting beside cocoa. Beware just looking miserable and I'm like this we were there with Ed and Steph as well. Just the weirdest <unk> silhouette can describe it if not a bad way Sirri just weird heard the first day when I went we were we went to the parking garage close by went to park first person we see do not speak to them and you'll understand why in the second Virgil I was like Oh of course this is the first person I see at a fucking wrestle calm before farm even in the building and then in between where we walked in at the hotel to actual Burrell Khan was walked by a coffee bar and Oh. There's Jim Knight Heart. Oh there's there's his wife to that. I recognize from total divas totally shit it and then go in. It's the same thing you know booth booth. You know you see people all different types of fucking people. It's it really is the real yeah definitely off on time. If you could get a chance I would. I would suggest anybody else. The restaurant is kind of cool to feed. There's always at least somebody wanted me literally. The first person I met was night heart. I think the second personal as if people would consider me weird for this was the Mountie because I wanted to meet the mountie now why not yeah it's I I'd be down. I mean I said Hi to Francine when we were there. Just you know Vickie. Guerrero will the just to such random people before I even knew I didn't know that Mantar was on the genetic shop. Just just walk buying them like I think I just walked by Mantar and ads like Oh yeah he's on the show like Mantar like wait years. What is what is? This is. What's going on? Those random. Ones are so much fun with people like that. The crazy thing that happened the year that I went was the republican super show drew McIntyre urge drew Galloway of time had it was a crazy like ten man tag match and I loved and I got the seem the next day and I told him my story that I once I went to an air w show and I was wearing his deputy shirt and Cochabamba had no idea what was like he was really like what the hell shirt is that and he said he never seen a drew McIntyre shirts. I got the town that story with Coq Obama and like not not that far away that night is when he returned to W._W._e.. And I was like what I just talked to him. What the fuck but anyway we're not here talk about all that Shit we have a W._d.? Talk about and the Slumber Party massacre four we get into all this. What was the experience like at white alcohol start with you? Stacey the getting into the W show <hes> there was a slight just like a little short hang up getting like all everybody's wrist bands together and everybody in but once once we got into was cool man. There were no barricades which anybody who watched it saw yeah. I thought that was really cool. I thought it was cool to the the building was there. There was about the upstairs. There was upstairs bar which <hes> got a whole lot of a whole lot of business throughout the weekend. <hes> the upstairs bar was kind of a place to be <hes>. I don't bend the place was cool. <hes> <hes> there is different than anywhere. I'd seen a show that's for sure <hes> but I dug it. I ended up <hes> sitting like in the first seat on a corner and on other corner for me was Papa hails yeah so I like place when I was watching it but you hardly ever saw the upstairs balcony. There is a handful of shots that you did but it was mostly lower level but anytime that I would get a glimpse <unk> of the balcony I chemical all that's that's cool. I totally forgot about that yeah. I you know I watched a couple of shows from the balcony. The view surprisingly was hit and miss. I thought the view was going to be a little bit cooler ruler from up there than it was but the just like the height of the railing at least for my height was a little weird and like depending on who you had standing next to you and things of us from top could get weird at times <hes> on the floor. I thought the views were great even even if you earn stuff in G._e.. I think it was still pretty easy to see <hes> front. Row Stage was probably best seen all building but what was your thoughts on Alrich it Real Nice Hall reminded me of kind of <hes> middle to upscale <hes> like almost like a wedding venue <hes>. I think that's that's kind of what it <hes>. I think that's kind of what what it was <hes> the balcony. It's funny. You say that you didn't notice the balcony. was there sitting down. We sat front row middle. Two seats are hard cameras that with <hes> wife and Pat Jobber and <hes>. I didn't even notice the balcony was there once the you know once the show started so that's it was Kinda. OUTTA sight out of mind for that was a little weird because I felt like we were sitting down lower than usual and I don't know if it was the chairs or the setup or whatever <hes> usually I feel like my head's a little bit farther up as far as the ring a concern but I felt like I was kind of like looking up for everything so stacy's probably right the place to be what's probably that front row stage wherever you are dead even with the ropes looking in <hes> the no railing SESA I show I've been to to that. I can recall that didn't have feelings and if you saw it on fight. They I pay per view. You can seem most of the night I am deathly afraid for my life so not ashamed to admit that there were a lot of guys on a lot of crazy ship that was gonna go on. You know it was a great venue the bars were the bars were awesome downstairs. I didn't get to go up in the balcony but I'll take stacy's word for it that it was rocking up there too so I thought it was a great place to it will probably not want to go there every month but great place to see a show where two or twelve the upstairs bar had its own so you weren't as far as we're just kind of in the middle of the people up straight in the back with a whole room with a bar in it it was it was nice. <hes> you know what the only the only downside that will give that place very narrow stairwells as large man like but even if you weren't a large man it's it's one one one way at one of there. Were a couple of times going up and down where it would be like. You'd be like oh well. I'm going back up and you go up and then they go down. It's like a one one person way up one person way down and I think the place is usually a concert venue rick because I saw things in the bathroom for like the schedule Angela events and there were a lot of like show's coming up. I don't doubt that at all that's that's just kind of my take on his best. When it reminded me of was just a wedding I it makes sense perfectly with the stage you know at one end? It's perfect setup for for music so yeah with how many people were in that place. I don't know if they don't usually get big crowds or what story is a but the dudes bathroom stalls in two urinals and a line at all time and you had to go be good Goldman but that that's the only that's the only knock I got on the places that they could use a couple more facilities. Are we talking about that. How a lot of lot of these venues have smaller restrooms? Yeah I mean well. I mean like Mount Carmel headey child size. I think was like a regular ass adult was there wasn't a lot of options ago. The worst was usually backed up. I don't what was worse about Mount Carmel. The fact of there was what like to urinals one stall or the like maze of two doors. You had to go through just to get into the restroom and if you walk through actual does the second door you could before you're like oh now. I gotta wait in this Little Lake. I don't even one call the hallway but you have to wait between these two doors then like it was lying system in like one thing. I won't miss about that on top of all that to obviously with a full day of you know kids being in there. Eh that like we get in their whole messer people in the soap would always run out the paper towels would always run out and it's like what the Fuck I can tell you man from for me at least every time I use that Mount Carmel Restroom. I felt like that picture of Andre the giant you you're. He's on the airplane Japan and you'd obviously the wrong size for it because if I stood at the two year knows there was room for one may was so I that's the only thing I don't miss by Mount Carmel that child size rescue are getting into the show we started off with the Mexican death match. The young studs versus left Laugh Amelia a day Tijuana. What a way to start off this show? I think the first two matches in general were monster ways to kick off the show at this one being opposite the first of the two. How did what did you guys feel about this live and everything with everything going on start with it was kind of weird <hes> with the different <hes> restrictions that they had with the I pay per view a Stacey said we didn't get into the venue until about twenty to twenty five minutes before basically go? Oh live time you know. Kinda dropped dead doer dial eleven o'clock so everybody was kind of into the building. <hes> Steve Guy had done his little quick speech. Hey we're going live in a minute so the place was still kind of buzzing. Everybody was kind of milling around. It's not like a normal w where everybody was seated were already Steve gives his whole you know his whole speech that takes that five or ten minutes and everybody's ready to go so it was like this weird almost nervous energy excitement and then Steve says the opening content. The first thing he says on the on the pay per view are opening contest is a Mexican death mess and then there's this help -able like is a bad word but like hitter in of excitement like in the and feeling of anticipation than almost horror when this thing gets because you just know those of us that saw the first one <hes> you're on D._V._D.. Or in person you know they were breaking looking glass and all kinds of crazy ship first time around so that atmosphere was just insane I don't. I don't think I think completely organic. I don't think that's anything you could duplicate. I was concerned when we first got in there with what you it just said like match now. There's there's no sort of barrier between you and that <hes> and so I think I think it was that feeling in the room of like ocean are we endanger death matches the first match I didn't expect that to be the first match <hes> but yet it definitely set the tone for the night in a in a real good fucking way that fucking fork that was a thing of beauty. Let's say the fork pat and like how it started off with just the the stabbing of a fork while the way that match started off with the boys got right in the ring and first of all I eat you guys on it. I got the feeling that Mr Best Thea and Damian head no intention of taking a bump that night because neither one of was doing anything that was gonNA end up with them on their back. It was all Eric and bobby that we're taking the hits and taking the bumps mostly Eric obviously <hes> you know the back and forth with the handshakes and everything I counted had once the first punches thrown Erica's bloody six seconds later so there was very much a this is what we're going to do. This is how we're going to do it. We're going to push the envelope. <hes> you know go bigger go home time <hes> Eric. Eric with the the the chairs they even say on commentary and I don't know if you call it this from the duke the guys <hes> <hes> best in Damian are are putting forth forks in their pockets for the match starts because they're they're ready to to stab stab people. You know chair spots. You know the doors that are I guess like G._W.. Staple <hes> I'm not used to seeing that so that was something Kinda cool and then the fork door for the love of God Eric taken up gum into his back with the forks there. I mean there's gross it just gross in I if of course Eric Ryan is like the main one that takes blotted his punishment. I think that's the creating about him. Say that like something really bad but the dude has no boundaries he will do anything for entertainment like how many times has he left show and he's just like gushing blood and when that when that moment happened I was like all God like like at number one of course you were GonNa take got bombed and you're GonNa Champ it doesn't matter with you and I'll tell you what man the the face me out at first because they can't out in like Jean. I thought Oh man they're they're actually going to they're actually gonNA UH with us. Now they just they just dealt it out to fuck and Eric Ryan the whole time but it was a thing to see you man it was it was like I say it was a tone center for the evening and the best possible way Erica <hes> Eric was intent on bleeding. I mean even to the point of after the match and where he just took the fork and stabbed himself in the head eight or ten times and he's just shooting blubber sitting I'm sitting ARD camera and I'm in that that that cadence fear for my life spot and I looked down and I have blood all up my arms and all over my Josh Bishop Shirt Oliver my pants and I'm like we are ten minutes in. I'm covered with Eric Ryan's blood. This is going to be something to remember and <hes> much like we -scribed of course it was laughing date. He WanNA getting the victory here should should this be what we really expected with with. Those two like I know I said like all if you know law familiar one that would be young set. That's winning this one but after watching that match I was like stupid of course can be mafia I didn't I didn't really know going into it just based on some things I'd heard different. People say I really thought he was a chance that that it would go. Oh the other way <hes> but no no it went away. You probably should've expected into yeah did really matter who won it was it was about getting the couple of big spots in Eric getting into a stuff and you know the Air Ryan's another one. He's Teflon one eight doesn't matter if he wins or loses it's it's all about the the messy makes next up we have dominant Greenie versus Joshua Bishop with West Barclay and submit or surrender basically quickly you had clemens going around a lot through this match with the microphone putting that in both Bishop and Don's face at certain points asking if they submit or surrender and God. I didn't think this match would go the way it did but but these two were making me hurt so bad watching this I can only imagine what was like for you. Guys live this match hands. Down is my match the weekend I at this point have watched wrestling wing since Thursday through. I mean last night the shit on. I don't care if you're talking about W._W._e.. I don't care if you're talking about any of the Journal shows I don't care if you're talking about not give a fuck about what other wrestling company you're talking. The match of the weekend for me was dominant Greenie versus Josh Bishop. It's one of the best wrestling matches I've ever seen. It told a fucking incredible story. It was violent <unk> as fuck there were spots. I've never seen before it was fucking genius and those two deserve all the praise and the fucking world for that match it was un- fucking real and I'm glad I was there. How'd how'd you feel about it absolutely crazy <hes> we kinda new right from the beginning? <hes> bishop comes out immediately dominic goes for a dive immediately. I lose my seat for the second time in the night and then they start right in with the chairs errors and skewers <hes> excuse me started before that with the <hes> the big nails almost like the railroads by kind of things with <hes> bishop trying to break the cauliflower ear of Dominic which I've never I seemed I've never seen anybody do that or then. The skewers into the ear a bishop takes the skewers into the head Barkley gets involved with a chair takes a piledriver on the ring apron so ease out <hes> and then all of cadence toys get in there the the board with the papers on it the bat with the poppers on it <hes> bishop pulls out the bag thumb tacks both of them take a bump into the thumb tacks <hes> and that eventually with the help of Barclay you know they get they get dominic handcuffed in the corner for Bishop to spray down with lighter fluid to light a motherfucker on fire. I don't care who you are. If you've ever seen the finish of a match where one guy was going to like a another guy on fire you need to let me know you need pointed out to me. Some people actually earned a couple people say that's really dumb. We know he would never liked him on fire it. That's the fucking point. The point is there's nobody that's GonNa let themselves get lit on fire to win a wrestling match so dominic has no other choice. I thought it was a crazy creative way to end. This blood. Feud bishop goes over with the help of West so basically was you know to on one ish to get it done so both guys I think look like a million bucks. I forgot the Bishop <hes> the gift that's going around bishop putting dominic off the stage which was crazy up plenty of blood. I I don't know what else to say about it. Was it was spectacular men. A two things that for me are genius about that fucking later fluid spot which I also heard a couple of people say similar things to what you heard that one like dom has got cuts all over it so imagine lighter fluid all through a bunch of open fucking wounds hey three and I pray the Scott but the look on Joshua's fucking face when he lit that fucking Hawkins Zippo was it was it was <unk>. Everything about that finish was great. <hes> both of you can tell that they showed up. They knew that this was a larger stage than A._W._S.. Ever usually on they do that somebody tonight was stealing the fucking show and they made sure it was them their show like I said it my opinion. They stole the fucking weekend. The there's only a couple of people who dead anything close <hes> and they were both <hes> but yet that fucking. I'm so proud of those fucking guys it's unreal. I have the the look on dominance face when he had to surrender just a look of horror of what this guy like. Is this guy rarely going to do. This and I don't know Stacey if you caught it are only if you're in the building a I hate to go forth wall here but we're pretty sure that wasn't really lighter. Fluid was doubting him on where you could smell lighter fluid. Where I was sitting in the front row you could smell the butane or whatever it is smell it? You knew that there was that faint odor that is like Oh my God is this race. You really Dowsett him download lighter. You know that obviously that's not going to come to run. I pay per view but that live experience it was. It was nuts yeah. That's what I was Kinda wondering was GonNa ask you guys whether you thought it was real lighter fluid or not whether it be the smell. I'm wondering 'cause I even thought like when I first seen it like all that has to be like a water something but you guys are saying there's a smell now. I wonder if it was a mixture tore. You got both I know what I mean. I know what it is but I really want like fuck the case eight million okay yeah I I will agree with Rick. It smelled like later flips and that's only reason why did I mean later flew. A bottle was later flew up Stacey small tip you. If you know you don't know the let's it's not talk about how we probably but <hes> yeah the this this match fucking did still show like I think it was for me. It was it was on top of the back to back of the I match and I'm like okay you know duff mattress over submitted surrender okay. I figured it would be more physical but like with the weapons in the blood. I was like Oh shit and I think I'd already seen the pitcher of the skewers going through true. I think dom said <hes> or whatever and I still was was shocked. Actually when I when I I looked at really quick I thought it was a light tube like a baroque in light to really quick. That's when I just saw the pitcher but when the match happened like Oh those are rescuers al out out motherfucker cures were like <hes> electrical taped together instead of being like a loose bunch they were like a solid stick bath crazy motherfuckers but it basically basically like we said it was shot for bishop who got the win over dom by handcuffing him to the the ring post or the the turnbuckle and corner. Where have you WANNA say and spring and with lighter fluid and attempting to light it so that I'm curious nice to see if these to meet somewhere down the road? I think I put down that I had bishop winning but it would be like dom who like wins the gauntlet or wins Jalen or something's going to big happen soon and I think that's where like we could see these two more time next up we had the A._i.. W TAG team titles on the line and the four-way match the Jolly Ville Fuck. It's p. m. e. the production and everybody's favourite tag team to infinity and beyond and I feel bad for his guys after following that first match but the yeah still still fun match it was definitely one of those matches to or there was just a lot of shit going on. I want to say this. The crowd in that building was maybe an enrich. You can correct me if you think my percentage is wrong but I would say the crowd in that building was maybe ten or fifteen percent A. W. Regular would did you say that sounds about right that that's definitely in the in the neighbor. I felt like a lot of these people were super familiar with Philly Marino and the crowd was behind them a hundred percent which speaks to you're at a winning a crowd over almost before they even the before the ballot wrong they had already won the crowd and because I've never really got to see those guys in front of a crowd that may be that no one that well and that was huge for me me those those guys really shine in that match yet it was this was an absolute death spot for these guys. I actually felt really bad that they were even there. I kind of immediately thought to myself in that spot. There was no way that it was going to be anything more than college going over <hes> I don't remember I watched the match a second time today and I don't remember a whole lot of it. <hes> Nassar Ross I think Brooke One of his fingers in in a spot and I the Phil Collins Moon saw all was a thing of beauty as it always is <hes> other than that. I just don't recall the it was tough. The match fell short felt like maybe there just wasn't a lot of time. We know you know everybody was under restrictions. You just meant it just felt like it went by so quick. I think one thing to with watching online like checking out people in the crowd of people I recognize there's definitely a lot of like regular regulars like you said probably ten percent fifty percent but there are people that like I recognize that aren't necessarily regulars but show up from time to time or I think we'll could be another thing too is I think w has a huge following online but probably enough so a p M E. I think like the charisma everything the likeability of them just bleeds through the screen whether it be what we see with the matches or even just online promo stuff like P._m.. Is fucking great. They should be booked everywhere and I think that it's so easy for them to be like to. Even I think if you've never been to an end w show or have any idea who p._m.. Is like you're GonNa Fall in love with these guys because you like Oh. This is fun. These guys are awesome. Yeah and you know the the one thing and and this is no fault of A._W._S.. Because if you follow a w <hes> they made it very clear what time the show started but there are people who were even add w regulars who showed up late and there are a lot the people who didn't get there until about midnight like there was a good crowd in their crowd got much bigger after midnight and I had seen that a couple of places including like some ship from the collective and some like different Internet sources lives had still had a I w listens midnight which would it wasn't so I I kinda felt bad for by by the time I realized that was going on around this tagged now and it was like Oh oh there's still people coming in Oh flock that people thought it was midnight and as I talked to people later sure enough yet like even like Stefan and people who are added to be regularly that thought was midnight so with this match was to infinity name beyond picking up the victory still a w tag team champions who the fuck is going to beat these guys besides P._M.. I think that's coming. That's a that's using. That's it yeah I think I think we got. I think we have another three report Colin and Cheech Arouni who you know what there's something that I'm forgetting about but everybody should be reminded of it because I mean it's new the Chander Begins Memorial Tag team tournament. That's <hes> <hes> Jay Lin type tournament. You know whoever walks out gets a title opportunity P._M.. Could be that team or they can get another shot any other way the there's going to be I think a lot of people want attacking vying for that and also I Kinda WanNa see if m dog in J pro. We're going to have one more magic. I don't want to see them as euthanasia one more time. Let's say they're going to win the titles but fucked tag match yeah I. I have a matched that I kind of hope they are or in that. I've had in the back of my head but as we get closer to the show. I think that's going to happen that. We can talk about that. I think I know what you're going to say but I'll save that for later next up we had otani bursts Kingston again. I don't know that much about tiny but the this was I don't say typical Kingston match but Kinda was in a good one. Can you could definitely that's what it was. You know they slow moving but every every move move was there was purpose for you know everything was that slow methodical Eddie Kingston style that Otani. I don't know how old is but saved his older than Eddie. <hes> the three three boots grapes were pretty <hes> pretty cool with the Otani taken out Kingston three times the last two <hes> knocking out his <hes> his cohorts at the rain <hes> both times <hes> sending one of them onto my wife which I think doc was intentionally but you know it is kind of what it is. I was cool with it. I you know I liked the match. It was on mice. It was slow but it was a nice bring down from all the craziness that we had already seen so it was kind of like a good chance to sit down hit to reset button like watch a more. I guess for lack of a better would like a more classical style of of of wrestling in you know like I dug it to me. It was like a match between two tough guys guys like it was just to <unk> pound fucking shit at each other and they cool like tough wrestling match Kingston was real happy to have that Matt and I was real happy for him and it was fun to watch. I I liked it. I thought it was like like Rick said it was like a nice change from what we had seen so far and that's another thing I'll say about this. Show is this show was paste out in book so well it everything about the show just kind of flowed and I dug in a lot and it basically Otani took the victory over Eddie Kingston side no cool thing is reading these off of <hes> cage match dot Cnet we didn't do <hes> results Keeton was going to but with him doing the bligh video stuff for twitter and everything <hes> obviously that took presidents which is fine and <hes> but reading off cage match there they actually have run time for all the matches not ever not every match or should they every show has it but this one does interesting so as extra quality like how these these broke down like this anyway next up we go onto. I somewhat mentioned it because we go on what was the shortest batch of the night but only by only by minute didn't feel like the shortest match well to an extent it was a the short the shortest matches we had swallow verses Scott Steiner and aw come on man that a short joke about I think he'd just did a combined height joke well that and <hes> La going on on his match. Just not just Scott Steiner and swallow. I <hes> swap will comes out then cider comes out with <hes> W student Laurel on we're supposed to say that part but with female and Scott Steiner talking has normal trash says that he he's got the king of the midgets that he's GonNa come out and go against Horri- Waddell and it's none other than Cabanatuan Dan. That was one of those things I knew it was. happening but it was still so cool to see him come back at W.. At the show and turns Wacko took care of him pretty quickly and then what happened after that Rick 'cause I know missing step in my head. Not let's find a you you know <hes> Steiner came out immediately demanded that they play his music. I forgot about that or people that was another. We reason why said that. This shortish felt like it took forever. <hes> Steiner wanted a little person. Steiner wanted a little person to basically take place in the match. He couldn't find a little person. The closest he could find was Cabana Man Dan so he recruited Cabana Man Dan to go in there and <hes> takeouts Ouaga for him but Suenaga swaddled in a late the beating panic Cabana man Dan with German suplexes and the <hes> holly swaddled byner. I guess you whip and having Dan tap out smuggle than Steiner had to get in there and move about four and a half five minutes. Just beat the crap swale unless I'm missing something else there but a pretty sure that's what happened. <hes> you know what man I I rarely talk bad about magic or people's performance performance Senate and she's just student on a stage that they'll be the on stage that big slap him in the fucking face. Oh yes lap slept shut out of that slap was we're zone on. 'em Jeff Jeff Pasco slaps that was fucking horrible slap <hes> but the I you know I'm not the biggest Scott Steiner Fan and I liked this man. I I liked the whole thing. I thought it was good sands. That shitty slaps <hes>. I thought everything else with good. It was better than I expected and swat will man had a crazy weekend. Swallow wrestled Steiner Nick Gage yet a spot in the cluster fuck would Joey Ryan these fucking weird sucking weekend for that do plus he had to room with worldwide them all we come but yeah and the match went better than I expected it to. I was more entertained than I thought I was going to be. I'm glad I thought it was it was a thing happening and it was a Scott signer. Defeating Horns welcome next up we had kind of one of my favorite matches. 'cause I'm partial to everybody in this match coca abandoned space monkey versus Ethan Page and M J F Rick. Do you have a lot of notes on this one. This is now that you mentioned it the fact that I was watching at home. I don't know why why wasn't taking notes. The fact that you did is very much appreciated. I I hate to blow this up I can I will read to you the exact notes I have on this. M J F Colt Space Ego comedy match. That's the entire within this started out with <hes> kind of odd introductions because <hes> Ego was introduced. I think after that it was space monkey or Colt Cabana a no because Colt Cabana 'em Jeff's father had grounded and his father do when when when a child has the aid and even page talked him into letting M._T._a.. Have come out play if you will but only if he came out to his dad's music so we got boom boom M._J.. Afghan came out and you know you got all kinds of you got all kinds of good stuff in this everything anything from M J F fighting the tale of space monkey you know putting these submission moves on the monkeys tail than you know. It was a match. It definitely definitely was a match. I'm I think I think it might have been the first crowd of the weekend but certainly not the last thing you are my sunshine. 'em Jeff. I was about the mentioned that maybe at the whole thing but forgot that was a big part throughout the matching on commentary having thing this was might have been the last one that the duke was on her no he wasn't on for this one. I drew was but someone said I'm surprised that the they know this much of the song of your my sunshine I mean it's got like four lines has a Pretty Common Common Song Think Colin Delaney. Oh you know at the replay on site <hes> and I got the replay I could hear any of the second half commentary from the Second Mike. I don't know if it was just a bad feed or whatever it was missile. I heard nothing that anybody but Wadsworth said so. I could hear it but it sounded very faint. You know what I'm saying or the action was a louder than 'cause. I watched the the replay to technically 'cause. I want like I said on Saturday so I didn't get for men talking about chance just to go back to that last match for just like half a second Yonis sucks chant and that's fantastic. Hey you got it. They try ham cubes going as well but catch on quite as good as shown any stocks. I <music> heard that but it took me because it was like <hes> sucks I'm like what the fucker they say and then it clicked Hugh motherfuckers fuck you shoney's is amazing but I I got it for the for the heckling him but now but that's a good point you bring up there with there was a lot of other crowd interaction throughout the night dude my favorite crowd interaction of the night <hes> very early in the show and I don't know which man but someone started a big enchant right and relate so the only went on for like maybe maybe twenty second joey genetic came running out of the like back part of the bar to the back edge of the seats and started screaming Chandler biggins and started the chant again. That's fucking yeah that was genetic starting that and that was one of my favorite parts of the whole show that was also one of those things I I read on twitter beforehand but still not knowing where a win hearing that it was early on. I want to say I first match. That's what I WANNA say. It was the first smashes like really cool to like. Get Out of the way but like A._A.. W is at Wrestlemainia weekend with show and you know Chandler big endure remembered in this moment like we're making part of the moment that's that was fucking awesome so yes <hes> Cabanas face monkey heathen page M J F very much a comedy matches the best way describe it. I'm a huge fan comedy matches so I thoroughly enjoyed especially with guys like space monkey and you know Cabana China and there was the moment where Cochabamba put 'em j. f.. Over his his knee spanked him put Ethan pays over his knee sanctum that monkey was right there Benham overs knee and spanked him and of course he made a joke spanking monkey. Did he looked almost apologetic to be making this banking the monkey joke but when it's there it's the low hanging fruit. You gotTa make it see I thought it was going to be something he was going to say to Nj F- at some point when it would be like nj I space funky but instead we got all right cool like I'm on the same brain length wave but not hundred percent. That's okay cool. <hes> can I bring something up right now because I feel like it's the most appropriate point to talk about it. Shoot the thing that I love the most about this show. How is it was just a fucking w show so there's a comedy match right who's any Cococabana space monkey page and M._J.? Guys that are always today I w no difference between the show show and a show that what happened in Cleveland like they didn't book some Super Card. They didn't book the same shit everybody else was doing they booked an ad of you. Show with a I W guys and put it on a national stage and I thought that that was fucking amazing and what separated that show from all the other shows of the weekend and the thing that I liked about a two is yeah you guys like you know Cabana and J. F. Nick Gage Man's Warner who owe a swap to lake. Were on probably a lot of other shows but giving guys like the fuck. It's dom and Bishop <hes> P._B.. Smooth justice like all these wrestlers who if ad w didn't run show they might not be in New York giving them like I know dom probably horrible example because he was booked many different places to but just as also horrible example he was the star of whole `nother show <hes> that's true <hes> other still just a a lot of what I'm saying. There's people that didn't necessarily get maybe shots elsewhere and that's what I really loved about it because it wasn't it wasn't it wasn't super show. It was definitely a I W people in New Jersey for the show Oh and yeah you have like your bigger names like Steiner Otani <hes> Law Familia we want to go that row with Damian but fucking still just a lot of people would the extension of Otani namely the guy who hasn't been a w show you know what I mean had steiner. We've had the fucking familiar tijuana both like it's it was the most pure true it was just that it was just the fucking they I w show and I don't mean that in a bad way meant a best possible yeah because if I think if any other promotion with Iran a Wrestlemainia weekend show which I mean this is my opinion other companies and he could probably proofing wrong but you're kinda pulling out the best of the best. You're pulling out a super. Show it to get people to look at your company but for a w it did seem like this was a regular A._i.. W show just like you said to where you know you could technically quickly miss this show. It wouldn't mattered for like other companies but no business like no like they're. They're storyline stuff going on. There's titles and they're just a bunch of fucking regulars yet. You know what I talked to John About that on the EH W podcasts if you're caught that last week and he said point blank he said I could have booked a super show. The problem with that is then what happens next month when people you know we traveled to New Jersey to see our brand people travel down from Detroit <unk> come in from Indiana coming from Erie. You know somebody sees the show. In Jersey loves it travels from Jersey seven hours and all of a sudden we go from seeing the super show act to seeing the regular product product and the regular product is outstanding but you can't put on a super show every month so you would just it's counterproductive. You know you have to get a take the guys that you have and make them stars in in its own home in our own little realm of Cleveland that we you know we push outwards. <hes> I think you you talked about the summers. Maybe a couple back where you said you know some of these guys now that are getting started in Cleveland and then get booked in Indiana getting booked in Chicago Eerie Eerie juicy w everything out <hes> you know p. m. e. and P._b.. And even just mentioned Matt Justice a Big Star with the with the Satan crowd and sorry I couldn't resist <hes> at the destroyed by <unk> but you have to it has to be self self sufficient. You have to be able to keep a storyline going to put something out there month to month that people are GonNa WanNa see that isn't just you know oh how all into sorry man to be honest. Almost all those dudes were booked on other shows like I went to a lot of other shows in that building that weekend and I saw a bunch of those guys on Black Black Label on that black craft show were other shows throughout the weekend that some of the w guys like in the production and different people were on so it's not that they just I went there and today I w but to me. It's the fact that A._I.. W was able to be like no this. This is what we do. This is our thing guys. If we're going to have fucking show these are the guys that are going to be on our show and man fucking love the the way that I mean it because it could be to this was the first booking for certain people and then they end up getting other bookings because of it. If F you didn't run how many of these people would have been at some of these other shows and it's not a knock I think I hate to disagree with you but I think the dude that black label we're going to be the do black craft. We're going to be on that fucking black like I there were plenty of people who have had will bookings for the weekend because they've spent the last year and a half branching out from just being a w guys and traveling traveling to Pittsburgh and go into different place at W._M.. Proven themselves so oh could could. They have not had other bookings sure. I'm sure there's possibility and you know I'm not in charge of the bookings. I don't know the timeline for how shit worked out. I'm saying is I don't know that they wouldn't have had had the opportunity had a guy W in there it's definitely one of those things we we don't know but still like seeing some of these people in New Jersey for some of these shows however it happened with with Ed without Adamy whatever is still so cool to Z. and made this show even better I saw somebody non-related to w was a wrestler and I don't remember specifically what was but he tweeted something to the effect of rolled in here one hundred deep Mr Brixton gang gang and it really did like you can feel like the w group that was in there was very tight knit. That was Mr Brixton from when I just remember seeing it yeah yeah I happen to see the tweet from him. <hes> like the dude hopefully will be on this show by the end of the ear. <hes> now won't get too much into but something I planned yet. I caught that from him and I'm like I thought that was so cool because that's like another wrestler just acknowledging judging Mike What it's like to me like not even being they're like Oh yeah I could pitcher that that that seemed one hundred percent right that seem true <hes> going back to the show that we are. We are reviewing we have may it's warner with the Duke Luke versus Nick fucking gauge. How House split was this crowd? Actually being there like Bob your thoughts on Stacey I i. I don't know if you agree with me. This wasn't a split crowd in this one. Everybody loved Manser. Everybody loved gauge. It was I mean jet tears the same for both guys. There may have been a handful of G._C.. W Your <hes> better folks folks there from Jersey who were just a nick gage guys but Manse Warner had a whole lot of love in that building. I I think it's interesting that you know this was the scene versus the G. C._W.. Champ and now that matches happening opening again so credit thorns for a really cool kind of important match I this was according to the stats. This is the second longest match of the night long smashes the main event and and I don't know where to describe it but it was so fun to watch <unk> I love bands and I love gauge and it was just fucking crazy this. This is one of the ones that you can tell they had time I mean we had two minutes of simple man. He saw on Manse for the first time by the time these guys got in there you had a I guess the the the dichotomy between the first match which was just rushed violence with Eric Eric and Bobby and the Tijuana this was that deliberate violence that slow building <hes> the one thing that Nick Ages really good at and managers getting a whole lot better at is setting up those spots lots like building that anticipation you know with you know pulling the doors and setting up the chairs and see you're just you know the slow bill to what's going to happen with this. Man Crowd was hot for both of these guys that that chair earshot that the duke took was sick and I like moment I just generally felt bad that he just sounded and looked rose. <hes> I'm sure jobber we disagree. He probably would want it harder next next time using the doors using the chairs there. Wasn't you know as much crazy crazy violence I mean it wasn't like mansard using a staple gun or anything that Lewis that hard hitting deliberate violence <hes> which gauges ages just so good at mansor like Manny's getting so Mansour. It's getting so good so fast on paper going into it and one of my favorite things about this match because I like win. Sometimes I like to have an expectation for match and be pleasantly the way I didn't expect on paper. I thought this match were I thought this match was going to be Bishop Greeny and it was it was brutal but there wasn't blood. There was just shots. It was just it was like it to me. This match felt like a e C._W. R._J.. Corman it was it was so good I like this match it <unk> these two guys aren't just at a gimmick of Shit and just being blood and guts guys fucking match the you guys help me out on this but the finish was the was gauged piledriver into the piledriver into the power bomb. Whatever you know whatever whatever you want to call it? That's what it boils down to to get manse for the three. I love the finish because that was like the time that you're like that's it. That's the finish you know piledriver pilot overpower bomb. That's it. You know that's enough to keep anybody down. I'm happy with the finish. It made so much sense. It's like so much brutality in such a short time that you're like nobody's kicking out of that you know engage goes over perfect man. I gotTa tell you haven't been in that building putting all weekend while you know based on who's shows with obvious Joe Jr nelas weekend. I don't know man that building sought like belonged to Nick Gage all weekend every show he was on the clock in mind for Knick game like the loudest. 'EM VK chance I've ever heard the loudest nick fucking gauge chant like it was he was on black label. That's usually like a clean. No Person Show non floodgates loud how. Aw like both shows it was just that building belong to Nick Gage that we get next up. We have the main event of the evening the hey I w absolute title four-way Match Matthew Justice versus versus. Tim denounced versus filthy. Tom lawler versus P. B.. Smooth this match lasted eighteen and a half minutes and I'm. I'M GONNA shoot to the finish real quick. It's the moment that a lot of people we'll figure it was coming and rightfully so Tom lawler new a w absolute champion. I figured this was this coming. Even though I did pick danced I did picked on but I don't know I just WanNa throw a curveball because technically we recorded thwarted on April fool's Day and I almost WanNa say Elson April fools joke but I held back now. Just make that my fuck it man. I don't know if you caught where Tom Waller was announced to be fighting out and I know yes I did catch me and a lot to you but it it warmed my heart a little bit. The top waller was announced from the Fun House that I forgot about that that one that was cool as fuck. It was like that weird thing of it by not mean Shit like people people out there. They never heard of fuck and fun house or they've heard of it but they've never been there but I'm like that's little piece of Cleveland in the main event fuck-ass for toilet so I I have watched. Is Tom Speech at the end part of the a broadcast hit holdings there. I'm blanking out on what he said. No I seen it but a little bit of a speech she I think he says something about taking us all to the mentioned the funhouse second time like I'm heading to the fun house or I'll funhouse. The House and drinks are on me or something like that. I think even references like the big drink i. I didn't watch all the speech this on but you know he's he talked about how he w was the first company that take chance on him goal years ago and stuff you know with him. Being you know big shit at 'em Lwin stuff <hes>. I thought that was really cool yeah but you kind of gave credit where credit was. It seemed like I don't know if you just said it with my not as much genesis must unthinking but like it was almost like he took a shot at Shayna like he I mean fight out mentioned Zor mentions her on the level of riddle and I'm like that a shot at Shane at two or is it just I'm not somebody who's was using this to like catapult myself. Why big that was the point was that you know all these other anime folks have some ulterior motives of where they'd like to be an easy? He's doing what he wants to do. Yeah it's the way I took it which I love him for like how I feel about Matt Rentals been well documented on on this podcast. I'm not getting into it. I I love Shayna but there is I feel like with filthy taller he he's like genuinely having fun at these shows and he seems more like a guy who just like any other regular w wrestler who's having fun now like well this is this is all one hundred percent business farming like granted. It's business but he has a lot of fun and I think I did too but it was definitely you'd knew where she was going but then again I don't know if that's one hundred percent her fault because you knew with who she was associated with yeah she was going to get picked up on Santa's when you see Tom Lowering Cleveland when you see him at the w shows it was when you see him at the after parties you could tell you when Lee likes Cleveland and it's so good that he made biggest platform A._i.. Ws Ben on to voice that Yeah Giovanni anymore thoughts on the rick now no. I think Tom Lower has fun. I think he doesn't take him tell too seriously. I think he knows he's a bad ass. I mean I think even said something about the fact that you know there's nobody that can really take him and I kinda got the same thing you guys did from the shame Amen and riddle <hes> reference but I just thought you know every I think the summers I can't remember if you've seen in bed with him at the after parties and stuff I've been there when these passing around those giant drinks and just laugh at it having a great time <hes>. I just don't think he takes anything to seriously. You know I think he he thinks he's happy with what he's doing. He's a pretty satisfied guys. You Know Scott got his place out Vegas. I'm sure Nice family and and you know I don't think he is another one these guys he's gotTa be demand for longtime and he needs to be and I'm looking so full were to have him as the face I mean right now you figure we have two guys that are kind of the face of a I W with titles and that's Matt Justice and Tumbler guys that are kind of the far apart from what they do but man doesn't two great guys to have out front and what kind of crazy stuff that could be coming in the upcoming months with lawler having that belt Eytan some of the matches you can have with that. I just announced so looking forward to it yeah. There's a lot of possibilities with with the two guys that have the belts right now. The amount of crazy fuck imagine that you can have going forward is is just unbelievable. It's waller. Waller was the right guy as it gets the right time for him. <hes> nothing nothing against P._B.. Nothing against Donald obviously everybody knows how I feel about Tim Dots <hes> you hate him. He thinks he's the fucks <music> on but no. I think it's it's really fucking cool. I think I think it's GonNa make this summer very very interesting. You know he's he probably has one of the best win loss records in his career career Nair w granted that's not something that's accounted for but the dude majority of the time wins but on top of all that it I mean has he had a bad match and w like all yeah he's always been interesting one one way or another and the shit with you know dom was create ads for a time period that was like one of the best things going on W.. That was a longer storyline that match that him and dom had where they had like the three different they they match that was great anymore. We can say about the match. I'll be on four way like their parts of it that I completely didn't even see like anytime that there's like those big multi prism matches you can the only concentrate especially live on one thing at a time so I'm sure there's one hundred things that happened in that match that I missed yeah I abandoned ship early for my seats because unlike were right in at justice dived air-to-air actually watch the main event from the wall all over by the bar but in our justice diving a couple guys in the ring and then two guys fighting around. You're trying to pay attention to what's going on guys. You know. A lot of chairs were used <hes> p._b.. Got Some vicious shots in on guys. <hes> you know everybody you know one point you had the the four guys in the ring <hes> basically in a in a square just trading blows and then everybody going down at once everybody get back up to their feet trading blows those again in the back down and you know ultimately lawler getting the getting the tap on P._B.. I just I was such a great way to end it anymore. From you. Stacey <hes> as far as the show went or as far as this match went <hes> again. I thought the match was great. I thought the show was great. <hes> one thing that I would like to say which is not related to this day. W show as I wanNA give a big thank you to the Goldstein brothers they it did some really nice ship for the w crew and some of the fans and I really appreciate it was it was a really good time. Are What would you rate this as a whole as an A._i.. W show even no comparing it to rent regular shows. We'll go letter grades start with rank. It was a a you know there was if you if I'm just critiquing the wrestling it was it was a if I want to critique the whole experience with the venue and the you know the craziness in bankruptcy. It's probably the most unique fun show I've ever been to <hes> so I you know it's definitely a from me away from me to two. I there's there have been very few of any A.. W. shows that have had the feeling in the room that that one had <hes> that were that much fun that the every match was was good. <hes> wasn't really anything where I thought it was. You know that it didn't deliver on what it was. It was an eight was an absolute pun that was unintentional <hes> from watching just on TV I would give an to <hes> pretty much lot of stuff. We've said of like how this set up like a regular A. W. Show maybe a little bit. We know the audio but I mean that's getting a little nitpicky but still I felt like I had almost as much fun at home as I did a show obviously when you get to the show that's just a cold different atmosphere that I did. I know I was not a part of it. I'M NOT GONNA act like sitting on my couch. It fucking Kaga Falls Ohio was any different than actually being there. There was a fucking difference and trust me so really really cool to to see an A._i.. W show with that kind of turnaround grants because you know it was live on fire tv but I feel like if you miss a regular show like I've even seen Russell Rave. I don't think that's available yet. I mean it might be but still wait. I have watched it live or I could have watched the next day and that was awesome to watch. This was the first in in what I understand. You have been very long time that there was ever any sort of livestream for an A._i.. W Shell guess my hope is that it went smooth enough even if he's just for like the two big ones every year even if it's just for like you know absolution hell on earth. Maybe they attempt to do live streams again. 'cause I therefore it if they do. I don't remember the last I live show. I know there was no there was an APP so and I think the first double dare was live on. I pay per view. Those might be the only ones but we actually at all those shows so that's why I don't Oh really remember as much but I I know the Gino. One was the very first one I know abso was another big one and it was hot as fuck that day and I know the double dare one because the there was a clip of Mark Summers that played before the show and like by been told about it so dad is the only ones I can think of it. I don't think they're going to have I mean this is just me putting out my opinion of things that I've heard like they. They don't necessarily want to do it because there's a lot of shit that they gotta new through but then again times have changed technologies gotten better but when they were doing the I pay per views from Turner's whole like everything it was just everything about that building was bad whether it be the Internet connection for them to you you know stream it and <hes> the temperature was causing certain things to malfunctioned and all this shit yeah it was like whore but that was like for at least Apso so I'm sure one of the issues is the building having proper Internet connection but to be perfectly honest. I'm surprised Turner's hall had fucking so that you you just told me something. I didn't expect yeah <hes> so I thought the last I had heard that they don't WanNa go back down that way. They WANNA leave if you know for other people but you know I'm not they're doing a lot of the business shit and I think if you would ask me a couple years ago they had w ever GonNa do wrestlemainia weekend I would. I told you know so that's already definitely different now. So we'll say all right any <hes> final thoughts or last minute plugs before we go start stacey on final thoughts is it was a great weekend and have bike asked that if you listen to let you probably heard me plug a million times super fantastic. There hasn't been a new episode the minute <hes> There's GonNa be new ones including another deep dive in May on transformers. How about you rick while I had a great time over the weekend so just to wrap that whole? Oh thing up New Jersey was everything I wanted to be. Such a great time was so much fun meeting. Everybody I echo your sentiments about the Goldstein <hes> Suare the super secret speakeasy fantastic for those guys to do that for everybody. It was great yeah they are. They're great guys. They'll be back. They'll be back this way for absolute so if you get a chance I was pollution when that comes around late August you know say hated those <hes> a May eighteenth you X.. W. A. Rick Nelson Enterprises Presents. They live with a big twin Tucker. Taking the one called Manders which I know Mr Justice Summers you are super excited sided about come on out and see that our our good friend razor-sharp running what we affectionately call A. W. Next to you at this point so that's going to be pretty exciting. You have one other thing to plugged on you while also add plug doug couple of podcast appearances. If you've done recently Oh yeah yeah. I don't know I forget everybody knows but you know card is subject to change. I did a sit in on the mania preview which was basically just me hanging out with worldwide for an hour which by the way fantastic ever get a chance hang out with worldwide for an hour and then I did the last one where I asked him questions kind of off the top of my head. I wasn't as prepared as I'd like to be but if I get to do it again I'll definitely take up some <hes> some questions so maybe we can make John and Steve Squirm <hes>. I thought it was fun getting the clarification on Steve Guy and toilet paper at <unk> summers. You're the one that that gave me that idea with the I get sick of these mother fuckers don't know how to throw the doctor Dan Toilet paper. We definitely got ask about that. So if you get a chance listen to those you don't want to much Rick Nelson Saturation on the market so I try to keep my myself had an arm's length distance. I think the funny thing when you know they're talking about the toilet paper and throwing a doctor Dan. I'm not gonNA break all of the secrets but the fact of the first time we started throwing toilet paper at him was because biggins begins brought brought in the toilet paper inside here throw this doctor. Dan and we're like okay fantastic fantastic so I feel like he helped start it and for just keeping going if he wouldn't wouldn't have been like hey throw toilet paper at me then I'm not sort of him. Throw that out big throwing a Dan. We wouldn't fucking done either. That's the only thing that didn't happen in Jersey that would happen at a normally I w show and it's because Dan didn't have a match. You didn't have a there wasn't a point where you were going to announce Dr Dan so the spot through the toilet paper wasn't there and of course you can find myself at heavy set three three zero much like you'll find on his show on facebook twitter instagram at wrestling cheers facebook dot com slash Russian twitter dot com slash revson sheers and emailed her. 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Wrestling Cheers- Episode 108: Filthy Slumber Party In Jersey (Review)

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Wrestling Cheers- Episode 108: Filthy Slumber Party In Jersey (Review)

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And how would you lives hanaway sometime ago where everybody John on K. trouble on welcome back to wrestling cheers where everybody knows your name especially at a slumber party this is wrestling chairs talk about things went on the northeast allow independent wrestling seen we preview shows we review shows and sometimes we even have interviews along the way this is a review episode for last week's A._I.. I W show those I mean technically in New Jersey but still part of northeast Ohio we had of the Slumber Party massacre of I'm your host. I am just in summers. We are brought to you by the trending topics network Midwest territory and key on sports sports. Please rate review and subscriber every listen. That's fine podcasts whether it be apple podcasts Google podcast at your tune in Youtube spotify iheartradio pod being resi cheers ipod bean dot com final some all of your social media facebook twitter instagram facebook dot com slash rush ensures twitter dot com slash wrestling cheers instagram dot com slash wrestling cheers email. If you so choose the desire cheers at g mail DOT COM and we have the merged or over at web maneuver dot net like I said this is a review episode for for last week's show a not a w but slumber party massacre that was at the White Eagle Hall in Jersey City New Jersey and this is actually available for replay right now on Fight T._V. T._v.. That's where I end up seeing it because I'm the only person on this episode that wasn't in New York but getting still watch it a couple of days after it happened was still like really cool and don't really get the watch and W for the first time from the comfort of my home own home home so if you haven't done yet go check it out but if you're listening to episode you probably already know the results or you Sala show so let's get into the review I up this week. We have stacey man. How's it going? How's how was your weekend in New Jersey New York? Whatever I was never in New York I was only Jersey long but good <hes> non wrestling you did happen to go to some Jay and silent bob related places we did? We went to secret stash when when we went to the quick stop this cool man. I like Red Bank. It's a whole lot fuck. A nicer in Jersey City is a little boozy. It's Nice <hes> secrets to ashes cool store. I mean it's basically just like any other comic story you would go into except they have some Kevin Smith Shit enact lake <hes> the real counter that they do business at isn't the one T._v.. Show the T._V.. Show can further in the store and it was piled up with shit yet about like a little clerks to move the back <hes> they have a display case that has a bunch of like cool like old Kevin Smith things from different movies and older merge <hes> The table that they do the podcast ads in the back <hes> the craziest thing that's an air the fucking Walrus from Tusk in hanging from the ceiling kind of <hes>. I'm Mike Zaps. was there running the store about a couple of things talk to him. It was cool a good time. Quick Stop. You know it's it's still there still grocery store burnt down. You'd think so the R. S. T. video still had the sign like half in the window. <hes> PAM body shirt at the quick stop that was just some old black print on white shirt that said quick stop and R._S._D.. Yours <hes> they had to left so she owns one of them. I don't know how that shirt is. I'm assuming I'm assuming it's about as old as the T._i.. Bought from there which was Super Expi- how how far off from expired months yeah we caught it in time and went into but yeah I bought a he have done that at a vending machine where have bought tea and then it came out and there was like mold in it and I'm like Oh like need to get rid of this yeah. The the weirdest thing was a quick stop man for anybody who's watched clerks. Religiously you know when they play hockey on the roof. You see like across the street right now. Yes and things will change didn't Leonardo over the right there Alex three-story-high condos so it looks a little different but the story is still right there and it is like it's small parking's like right leg your bumpers on the street and if she was cool it was school we didn't we were going to go the first day and then we all got there and we were real tired so we went on Saturday before <hes> before going to the w party also on this episode we have Rick A._R._I._S.. How's your weekend in New Jersey? I had a weekend in New Jersey. I did indeed I I went to New York unlike <unk> Novas <hes> I went to w went to wrestle Khan and then I did stuff with my wife or this pat would say my wife <hes> for the final two days. I had a really good time and got home not as has exhausted as I thought it was going to be was Russell con how has wrestled con Russell Khan was the weirdest thing that I've ever experienced. I've never been to a real wrestle calm before so we walk in and get through the the <hes> wristband <hes> to get entered. I'm twenty five feet into the place and just terry rumbles just standing there just talking to somebody just what is going on. He Walk in little farther and all of a sudden Greg Valentine suing beside cocoa. Beware just looking miserable and I'm like this we were there with Ed and Steph as well just the weirdest zillow way I can describe it if not bad way Sirri just weird. I heard the first day when I went we were we went to the parking garage close by went to park first person we see do not speak to them and you'll understand why in the second Virgil I was like Oh of course this is the first person I see at a fucking wrestle calm before for me even in the building and then in between where we walked in at the hotel to the actual boral Khan was walked by a coffee bar and Oh. There's Jim Knight Heart. Oh there's there's his wife to that. I recognize from total totally shit it and then go in. It's the same thing you know booth booth you see people all different types of fucking people. It's it really is the real yeah definitely often time. If you could get a chance I would. I would suggest anybody else. The Russell cod is Kinda cool to feed. There's always at least somebody wanted me literally. The first person I met was night heart. I think the second person was that people would consider me weird for this was the Mountie because I wanted to meet the mountie now. Why not yeah it's I? I'd be down. I mean I said Hi to Francine when we were there. Just you know Vickie Guerrero a lot of the just to such random people before I even knew I didn't know that Mantar was on the genetic shop just one buying them like I think I just walked by Mantar and Ed's like Oh yeah he's on the show. I'm like Mantar liquid years. What is what is what's going on? Those random ones are so much fun with people like that. The crazy thing that happened the year that I went was think I went to the Republican super show drew McIntyre urge drew Galloway of time had it was in a crazy like ten-man tag match and I loved and I got the seem the next day and I told them my story that I once I went to an air w show and I was wearing his deputy. Lee Shirt and Cochabamba had no idea what was like he was really like what the hell shirt is that and he said he never seen drew McIntyre shirts. I got to tell him that story with Cococabana like not not that far away that night is when he returned to W._W._e.. And I was like what I just talked to him. What the fuck but anyway we're not here? Talk about all that Shit we have a w to talk about and the Slumber Party massacre four we get into all this. What was the experience like at white alcohol start with you? Stacey the getting into the W show <hes> there was a slight just like a little short hang up getting all everybody's wrist bands together and everybody in but once once we got into was cool man. There were no barricades which anybody who watched it saw yeah. I thought that was really cool. I thought it was cool to the the building. was there was about the upstairs. There was upstairs bar which <hes> got a whole lot of a whole lot of business throughout the weekend. <hes> the upstairs bar was kind of a place to be <hes>. Don't bend the place was cool. <hes> <hes> there is different than anywhere. I'd seen to show that's for sure <hes> but I dug it. I ended up <hes> sitting like in the first seat on a corner and on the other corner for me was Papa hails yeah so I I like place when I was washing it like you hardly ever saw the up the upstairs balcony there was a handful of shots that you did but it was mostly lower level but anytime that I would get a glimpse <unk> of the the balcony I chemical all that's that's cool. I totally forgot about that yeah. I you know I watched a couple of shows from the balcony. Was the view surprisingly was hit and miss. I thought the view was going to be a little bit cooler cooler from up there than it was put the just like the height of the railing at least for my height was a little weird and like depending on who you had standing next to you and things of us from top could get weird at times <hes> on the floor. I thought the views were great even even if you earn stuff in G._e.. I think it was still pretty easy to see front. Row Stage was probably best Seton Hall building. What was your thoughts on it? All Rick it Real Nice Hall reminded me of kind of <hes> middle to upscale <hes> like almost like a wedding venue <hes>. I think that's that's kind of what it I think that's kind of what what it was <hes> the balcony. It's funny you say <hes> that you didn't notice the balcony was there sitting down we sat front row middle two seats with our back hard cameras that with my wife and Pat Jobber and <hes> I didn't even notice the balcony was there once the you know once the show started so that's it was Kinda. OUTTA sight outta mind for that was a little weird because I felt like we were sitting down lower than usual and I don't know if it was the chairs or the setup or whatever <hes> usually I feel like my head's a little bit farther up as far as the ring a concern but I felt like I was kind of like looking up for everything so stacy's probably right the place to be was probably that front row stage wherever you are dead even with the ropes looking in <hes> the no railings. That's the first show I've been to to that. I can recall that didn't have wings and if you saw it on fight they I pay per view. You can seem most of the night I am deathly afraid for my life so not ashamed to admit that there were a lot of guys on a Lotta crazy ship that was going to go on. You know it was a great venue the bars were the bars were awesome downstairs. I didn't get to go up in the balcony but I'll take stacy's word for it that <hes> that it was rocking up there too so I thought it was a great place to it will probably not want to go there every month but great place to see a show where two or twelve the upstairs bar hadn't so so you weren't as far as we're just kind of in the middle of the people up straight in the back with a whole room with a bar in it it was it was nice. You know what the only the only downside that will give that place very narrow stairwells as large man like but even if you weren't a large man it's it's one one one way at one of there. Were a couple of times going up and down where it would be like you'd meet some. You're like oh well. I'm going back up and you go up and then they go down. It's like a one one person way up one person way down and I think the place is usually a concert venue rick because I saw things in the bathroom for like the schedule schedule of events and there were a lot of like show's coming up. I don't doubt that at all that's that's just kind of my take on his best. When it reminded me of was a wedding I it makes sense perfectly with the stage you know at one end? It's perfect setup for music so yeah with how many people were in that place. I don't know if they don't usually get big crowds or what story is a but the dudes bathroom stalls in two urinals and a line at all time and you had to go <hes> be good to hold on it but that that's the only that's the only knock I got on the places that they used a couple more facilities or are we talking about that. How a lot of lot of these venues have smaller restrooms? Yeah I mean well. I mean like Mount Carmel headey child size. I think was like a regular ass adult was there wasn't a lot of options ago the worst it was usually backed up. I don't what was worse about Mount Carmel. The fact of there was what like to urinals one stall or the like maze of two doors. You had to go through just to get into the restroom and if you walk through actual does the second door you could before you're like oh now I gotta wait in this Little Lake. Call the hallway but you have to wait between these two doors then like it was a weird lying system in like one thing. I won't miss about that on top of that too. Obviously was a full day of you know kids being in there. Eh that like we get in their whole messer people in the soap would always run out the paper towels would always run out and it's like what the fuck I can tell you from for me at least every time I use that Mount Carmo restroom I felt like that picture of Andre the giant you feel where he's on the airplane Japan and you've obviously the wrong size for because if I stood at the two year knows there was room for one may was so I that's the only thing I don't miss by Mount Carmel that child size rescue are getting into the show we started off with the Mexican death match. The young studs versus left Laugh Amelia. Oh Yeh Day Tijuana. What a way to start off this show? I think the first two matches in general were monster ways to kick off the show at this one being opposite the first of the two. How did what did you guys feel about this live and everything with off everything going on start with it was kind of weird <hes> with the different <hes> restrictions that they had with the I pay per view a Stacey said we didn't get into the venue until about twenty to twenty five minutes before basically go? Oh live time you know. Kinda dropped dead dial eleven o'clock so everybody was kind of into the building. <hes> Steve Guy had done his little quick speech. Hey we're going live in a minute so the place was still kind of buzzing. Everybody was kind of milling around. It's not like a normal February. Everybody was seated. Were already Steve gives his whole his whole speech that takes that five or ten minutes and everybody's ready to go so it was like this weird almost nervous energy excitement and then Steve says the opening content. The first thing he says on the on the pay per view are opening contest is a Mexican death mess and then there's this help -able like is a bad word but like hitter in of excitement like in the N. feeling of anticipation than almost horror when this thing gets because you just know those of us that saw the first one <hes> you know you're on d._V._D.. Or in person you know they were breaking breaking glass and all kinds of crazy ship first time around so that atmosphere was just insane. I don't think I think completely organic. I don't think that's anything you could duplicate. I was concerned when we first got in there with what you it just said like this match now. There's there's no sort of barrier between you and that and so I think I think it was that feeling in the room of like Oh shit our we endanger death matches the first match I didn't expect that to be the first match but it definitely set the tone for the night in a in a real good suck and way that fucking fork that was a thing of beauty say the fork pat and like how it started off with just the the stabbing of a fork while the way that match started off with the boys got right in the ring and first of all I eat you guys on it. I got the feeling that Mr Best Dea and Damian head no intention of taking a bumps tonight because neither one of was doing anything that was gonNA end up with them on their back. It was all Eric in bobby that we're taking the heads and taking the bumps mostly Eric obviously <hes> you know the back and forth with the handshakes and everything I counted Ed once the first punches thrown Erica's bloody six seconds later so there was very much a this is what we're going to do. This is how we're going to do what we're GONNA. Push the envelope. <hes> you know go bigger go home time Eric. Eric with the the the chairs they even say on commentary and I don't know if you call it this from the duke the guys <hes> the best in Damian are are putting forth forks in their pockets for the match starts because they're they're ready to to stab stab people. You know chairs spots. You know the doors that are like at G._W.. Staple I'm not used to seeing that so that was something Kinda cool and then the fork door for the love of guide Eric taken of gum into his back with the forks there. I mean there's gross it just gross in I if of course Eric Ryan is like the main one that takes a lot of punishment. I think that's the crazy thing about him. He won't say that like something really bad but the dude has no boundaries he will do anything for entertainment. Like how many times has you know he left show and he's just like gushing blood and when that when that moment happened I was like all God like like a number one of course you were GonNa take fat bomb and you're like a champ. It doesn't matter with you and I'll tell you what man the face me out at first because they can't out in like Jean. I thought Oh man they're they're actually going to. They're actually GonNa China with us. Nah They just they just dealt it out. The fuck and Eric Ryan the whole time it was a thing to see man it was it was like I say it was a tone center for the evening and the best possible way Erica <hes> Eric was intent on bleeding. I mean even to the point of after the match and where he just took the fork and stabbed himself in the head eight or ten times and he's just shooting blubber sitting I'm sitting on camera and I'm in that that that cadence fear for my life spot and look down and I have blood all my arms and all over my Josh Bishop Shirt Oliver my pants and I'm like we are ten minutes in. I'm covered with Eric Ryan's blood. This is going to be something to remember and <hes> much like like we -scribed of course was laughing date. He WanNA getting the victory here. Should this be what we really expected with with those two like. I don't like I said like all if you know law familiar one that would be young set. That's winning this one but after watching that match I was like out lomb stupid of course can be mafia I didn't I didn't really know going into it just based on some things I had heard different. People say I really thought it was a chance that that it would go the other way <hes> but no no it went the way you probably should've expected into yet did really matter who won it was it was about getting the couple of big spots in Eric getting into a stuff than it you know the Air Ryan's another one. He's Teflon on eight doesn't matter if he wins or loses it's it's all about the the messy makes next up we have dominant Greenie versus Joshua Bishop with West Barclay and submit or surrender basically quickly you had clemens going around a lot through this match with the microphone putting that in both Bishop Don's face certain points asking if they submit or surrender and God. I didn't think this match would go the way it did but what these two were making me hurt so bad watching this. I can only imagine what was like for you. Guys live this match hands down is my match the weekend I at this point have watched wrestling wing since Thursday through. I mean last night the shit on. I don't care if you're talking about W._W._e.. I don't care if you're talking about any of the Jamila shows I don't care if you're talking about not give a fuck about about what other wrestling company you're talking. The match of the weekend for me was dominant Greenie versus Josh Bishop. It's one of the best wrestling matches I've ever seen. It told a fucking incredible story. It was violent <unk> as fuck there were spots. I've never seen before it was fucking genius and those two deserve all praise and the fucking world for that match it was fucking real and I'm glad I was there. How'd how'd you feel about it yet absolutely crazy <hes> we kinda new right from the beginning? <hes> bishop comes out immediately dominic goes for a dive immediately. I lose my seat for the second time in the night and then they start right in with the chairs errors and skewers <hes> excuse me started before that with the <hes> the big nails almost like the railroad spike kind of things with <hes> Bishop China to break the cauliflower ear of Dominic which I've never I seemed I've never seen anybody do that or then. The skewers into the ear up bishop takes skewers into the head Barkley gets involved with a chair takes a piledriver on the ring apron so he's out <hes> and then all of cadence toys get in there the the board with the papers on it the bat with the poppers on it <hes> bishop pulls out the bag thumb tacks both of them take a bump into the thumb tacks <hes> and that eventually with the help of Barclay you know they get they get dominic handcuffed in the corner for Bishop to spray down with lighter fluid to light a motherfucker on fire. I don't care who you are. If you've ever seen the finish of a match where one guy was going to light on another guy on fire you need to let me know you need pointed out to me. Some people actually a couple of people say that's really dumb. We know he would never light him on fire it. That's the fucking point the point is there's nobody that's GonNa let themselves get lit on fire to win a wrestling match so dominic has no other choice. I thought it was a crazy creative way to end. This blood. Feud bishop goes over with the help of West so basically was you know to on one ish to get it done so both guys I think look like a million bucks. I forgot the Bishop <hes> the gift that's going around bishop putting dominic off the stage which was crazy a plenty of blood. I I don't know what else to say about. It was spectacular men. A two things that for me are genius about that fucking later fluids spot which I also heard a couple of people say similar things to what you heard that one like dom has got cuts all over it so imagine lighter fluid all through a bunch of open fucking wounds. Hey three and I pray the Scott but the look on Josh's fucking face when he lit that fucking Tuck INS Zippo was it was it was <unk>. Everything about that finish was great. <hes> both of you can tell that they showed up. They knew that this was a larger stage than A._W._S.. Ever usually on they do that somebody tonight was stealing the fucking show and they made sure it was their show like I said it my opinion. They stole the fucking weekend. The there's only a couple of people who dead anything close <hes> and they were both <hes> but yet that fucking. I'm so proud of those fucking guys it's unreal. I have the look on dominance face when he had to surrender just the look of horror of what this guy like. Is this guy really going to do. This and I don't know Stacey if you caught it are only if you're in the building a I hate to go forth wall here but we're pretty sure that wasn't really lighter. Fluid was though deums profit Amman where you could smell lighter fluid where I was sitting in the front row you could smell the the butane or whatever it is about what you knew that there was at that faint odor that is like Oh my God is this race you really dousing him download lighter. You know that obviously that's not gonNA come through run. I pay per view but that that live experience it was. It was nuts yeah. That's what I was Kinda wondering now that was gonna ask you guys whether you thought it was real lighter fluid or not whether it be the smell. I'm wondering 'cause I even thought like when I first seen it. All that has to be like a water something but you guys are saying there's a smell l.. I wonder if it was like a mixture to where you got. Both I know what I mean. I know what it is but I really want like fuck the Kate Okay Yeah I I will agree with Rick. It smelled like later flips and that's the reason why did I mean later flew. A bottle was later flew BOP Stacey small tip you. If you know you don't know the let's it's not talk about how we probably know but <hes> yeah the this. This match fucking did still show. I think it was for me. It was it was on top of the back to back of the I match and I'm like okay you know mattress over submitted surrender. Okay I figured it would be more physical but like with the weapons in the blood. I was like Oh shit and I think I'd already seen the pitcher of the skewers going through through. I think Tom said <hes> whatever and I still was was shocked. Actually when I when I I looked at it really quick I thought it was a light tube like a baroque in light to really quick. That's what I just saw the pitcher but when the match happened like Oh those rescuers out out out motherfucker this cures were like <hes> electrical taped together instead of being a loose bunch. They were like a solid stick crazy motherfuckers but it basically basically like we said it was Joshua Bishop who got the win over dom by handcuffing him to the the ring post are the the turnbuckle and corner wherever you want to say and spring and with lighter fluid and attempting to light it so that I'm curious. Here's the see if these to meet somewhere down the road. I think I put down that I had bishop winning but it would be like dom who like wins the gauntlet or wins Jalen or something's going to big happen soon and I think that's where like we could see these who more time next up we had the A._i.. W TAG team titles on the line and the four way match the Jolly Ville Fuck. It's p. m. e. the production and everybody's favourite tag team to infinity and beyond. I feel bad for his guys after following that first match but the yeah still still fun match it was definitely one of those matches to were. There was just a lot of shit going on. I'll say this the crowd in that building was maybe enrich. You can correct me if you think my percentage is wrong but I would say the crowd in that building was maybe ten or fifteen percent A. W. Regular would did you say that sounds about right that that's definitely in the in the neighbor. I felt like a lot of these people weren't super familiar with Philly Marino and the crowd was behind them a hundred percent which speaks to Larr at a winning a crowd over almost before they even the before the ballot wrong they had already won the crowd and because I've never really got to see those guys in front of a crowd that maybe didn't know him that well and that was huge for me. Those those guys really shine in that match yet it was this was an absolute depth spot for these guys. I actually felt really bad that they were even there. I kind of immediately thought to myself in that spot. There was no way that it was going to be anything more than college going over <hes> I don't remember I watched the match a second time today and I don't remember a whole lot of it. <hes> Nassar Ross I think broke one of his fingers in in a spot and I the Phil Collins Moon saw all was a thing of beauty as it always is <hes> other than that. I just don't recall the it was tough match fell short. It felt like maybe there just wasn't a lot of time. We know you know everybody was under restrictions. He just meant it just felt like it went by so quick. I think one thing to with watching online like checking out people in the crowd seen people I recognize. There's definitely a lot of like regular regulars like you said probably ten percent fifty percent but there are people that like I recognize that aren't necessarily regulars but show up from time to time or I think we'll could be another thing too is I think w has a huge following online but probably enough so a p M e. I think the charisma everything the likeability of them just bleeds through the screen whether it be what we see with the matches or even just some of the online promo stuff like P._m.. Is fucking great and they should be booked everywhere and I think that it's so easy for them to be like to even think if you've never been to an end w show or have any idea who is like you're GonNa Fall in love with these guys because you like Oh. This is fun. These guys are awesome. Yeah and you know the the one thing and and this is no fault of A._W._S.. Because if you follow way I w <hes> they made it very clear what time the show started but there are people who were even at W.. Regulars who showed up late and there are a lot the people who didn't get there until about midnight like there was a good crowd in there with crowds out much bigger after midnight and I had seen that a couple of places including like some ship from the collective and some like different Internet sources houses had still had a I w listens midnight which would it wasn't so I I kinda felt bad for by by the time I realized that was going on around this tag now and it was like Oh oh there's still people coming in Oh flock. I bet people thought it was midnight. As I talked to people later sure enough yeah like even like Stefan and people who are added to be regularly that thought was midnight so with this match was to infinity named beyond picking up the victory still a w tag team champions who the fuck is going to beat these guys besides P._M.. I think that's coming. That's a that's using. That's it yeah I think I think we got. I think we have another three three months of Colin and Cheech Arouni who you know what there's something that I'm forgetting about but everybody should be reminded of it because I mean it's new the Chandler biggins memorial tag team tournament. That's <hes> <hes> Jay Lin type tournament. Whoever walks out gets a title opportunity P._M.? Could be that team or they can get another shot any other way the there is going to be. I think a lot of people want attacking vying for that and also I Kinda WanNa see it if m dog in J pro. We're going to have one more magic. I don't want to see them as euthanasia one more time not saying they're going to win the titles but fucked tag match Yeah I. I have a matched that I kind of hope they are or in that. I've had in the back of my head but as we get closer to the show. I think that's going to happen out. We could talk about that. I think. I know what you're GONNA say but I'll save that for later next up we had otani bursts Kingston again. I don't know that much about tiny but the this was I don't say typical Kingston match. Put Kinda was in a good one. Can you could definitely that's what it was. You know they slow moving but every every move move was there was purpose for it you know everything was that slow methodical Eddie Kingston style that Otani you know I don't know how old is but <hes> saved his older than Eddie <hes> the three <hes> three boots grapes were pretty <hes> pretty cool with the Otani. Take it out Kingston three times the last two <hes> knocking out his <hes> his cohorts at the ring a both times <hes> sending one of them onto my wife which I think think was naturally but you know it is kind of what it is. I was cool with it <hes> I I liked the match. It was on mice. It was slow but it was a nice bring down from all the craziness that we'd already seen so it was kind of like a good chance to sit down hit the reset button like watch a more. I guess for lack of a better would like a more classical style of of of wrestling in you know like I dug it to me. It was like a match between two tough guys like it was just to <unk> pound fucking shit at each other and they cool like tough wrestling match Kingston was real happy to have that Matt and I was real happy for him and it was fun to watch. I I liked it. I thought it was like like Rick said it was like a nice change from what we've seen so far and that's another thing I'll say about this. Show is this show was paste out in book so well when it everything about the show just kind of flowed and I dug a lot and it basically otani picked up the victory over Eddie Kingston side no cool thing is reading these off of cage match dot had net we didn't do <hes> results Keeton was going to but with him doing the bligh video stuff for twitter and everything <hes> obviously that took presidents which is fine and but reading off cage match there they actually have run time for all the matches not ever not every match or should it every show has it but this one does interesting so as extra courtesy like how these these broke down like this <hes> anyway next up we go onto. I somewhat mentioned it because we go on what was the shortest match of the night but only by only by minute didn't feel like the shortest match well doing extent. It was a the short one of the shortest matches we had soi go versus Scott Steiner and aw come on man is that a short joke about just did a combined height joke well that and <hes> law going on his match just not just Scott Steiner swallow. I <hes> swap will comes out then cider comes out with <hes> W student Laurel we're supposed to say that part but with female and Scott Steiner talking has normal trash says that he he's got the the king of the midgets that he's GonNa come out and go against horns waddell and it's none other than Cabana Man Dan. That was one of those things I knew it was. Is happening but it's still so cool to see him. Come back at W.. At the show and <hes> turns Wacko took care of them pretty quickly and then what happened after that Rick 'cause I know missing a step in my head. Not let's find a you you know <hes> Steiner came out immediately demanded that they play his music. I forgot about that or people. That was an that's another reason. Why said that this shortish felt like it took forever? <hes> Steiner wanted a little person. Steiner wanted a little personal to basically take place in the match. He couldn't find a little person. The closest he could find was Cabana Man Dan so he recruited Cabana Manned Dan to go in there and <hes> takeouts Ouaga for him but SOI swaddled <unk> the beating panic Cabana man Dan with German suplexes and the <hes> holly swaddled Reiner. I guess you with an having Dan tap out smuggle than Steiner had to get in there and and about four and a half five minutes just beat the crap swale less missing something else there but a pretty sure that's what happened. <hes> you know what man I I rarely talk bad about magic or people's performance performance Senate and she's just a student on stage that da they'll be the on stage that big slap him in the fucking face. Oh yes laps. leftish out of that's lap was we're zone on. 'em Jess Jeff orazio slaps. That was fucking horrible slap <hes> but I you know I'm not the biggest Scott Steiner Fan and I liked this man. I I liked the whole thing. I thought it was good sands. That shitty slaps <hes>. I thought everything else would good. It was better than I expected and swallow man had a crazy weekend. Swallow wrestled Steiner Nick Gage yet a spot in the cluster fuck would Joey Ryan these fucking doc in weird sucking weekend for that do plus he had to room with worldwide all them all we come but yeah and the match went better than I expected it to. I was more entertained than I thought I was going to be. I'm glad I thought it was it was a thing happened again and it was a Scott Center defeating horns welcome next up we had kind of one of my favorite matches. 'cause I'm partial to everybody in this match coca abandoned space monkey versus Ethan Page and M J F Rick. Do you have a lot of notes on this one. This is now that you mentioned it the fact that I was watching at home I don't know why why wasn't taking notes with the fact that you did is very much appreciated. I Okay I hate to blow this up I can I will read to you the exact notes I have on this M J F Colt Space Ego comedy match. That's the entire within this started out with <hes> kind of odd introductions because <hes> Ego was introduced. I think after that it was space monkey or Colt Cabana a no M._J.. Because Colt Cabana 'em Jeff's father had grounded and Jeff as fodder <unk> Dedieu when when when a child has the speed and even page document to letting 'em to come out play if you will but only if he came out to his dad's music so we got boom boom M._j.. Afghan came out and you know you've got all kinds of you got all kinds of good stuff in this everything everything from M J F Biting Tale of Space Monkey you know putting these submission moves on the monkeys tail than you know. It was a match it definitely definitely was match. <hes> I'm I think vink it might have been the first crowd of the weekend but certainly not the last thing you are my sunshine. 'em Jeff. I was about to mention that maybe at the whole weekend thing but lately forgot that was a big part throughout the matching on commentary having thing this was might have been the last one that the duke was on her no he wasn't on for this one. I drew was but someone said I'm surprised that the they know this much of the song of your my sunshine I mean it's got like four lines has a Pretty Common Sprint Common Song Colin Delaney. Oh you know the replay on fight <hes> and I got the replay I could hear any of the second half commentary from the Second Mike. I don't know if it was just a bad feed or whatever it was Russell. I heard nothing that anybody but Wadsworth said so. I could hear it but it sounded very faint. You know what I'm saying or the action was a louder than 'cause. I watched the the replay to technically because I want like I said on Saturday so I get get them for men talking about chance just to go back to that last match for just like half a second Yonis sucks chant and that's fantastic. Hey you got it. They trade ham cubes going as well but catch on quite as good as shown any stocks. I <music> heard that but it took me because it was like <hes> sucks I'm like what the fucker they say and then it clicked Hugh motherfuckers fuck you shoney's amazing but I I got it for the for the heckling him but now but that's a good point to bring a crowd interaction throughout the night dude my favorite crowd interaction of the night <hes> very early in the show and I don't know which man but someone started a big enchant right and so the only went on for like maybe maybe twenty second joey genetic came running out of the like back part of the bar to the back edge of the seats and started screaming Chandler biggins and started the chant again. That's fucking yeah that was Giannella starting that and that was one of my favorite parts of the whole show that was also one of those things I I read on twitter beforehand but still like not knowing where a win hearing that it was early on. I want to say I first match. That's what I want to say. It was the first I mashes like really cool to get out of the way but like A._A.. W is at Wrestlemainia weekend with show and you know Chandler big endure remembered in this moment like we're making part of the moment that's that was fucking awesome so yes <hes> Cabana Space Monkey Heathen page M J F very much a comedy matches the best way describe it. I'm a huge fan of comedy matches so I thoroughly enjoyed it especially with guys like space monkey in China and there was the moment where Cochabamba put 'em j. f.. Over his his knee spanked him put Ethan pays over his knee sanctum and that monkey was right there Benham overs the and sanctum and of course he made a joke spanking monkey did he looked almost apologetic to be making this banking the monkey joke but when it's there it's the low hanging fruit. You gotTa make it see I thought it was going to be something he was going to say to Nj F- at some point when it would be like NJ versus space monkey but instead we got all right cool like I'm on the same brain length wave but not hundred percent. That's okay cool. Can I bring something up right now because I feel like it's the most appropriate point to talk about it. Shoot the thing that I love the most about this show. How is it was just a fucking w show so there's a comedy match right who's any Cococabana space monkey page and M._J.? Guys that are always today I w no difference between the show show and a show that would happen in Cleveland like they didn't book some Super Card. They didn't book the same shit everybody else was doing they booked in ad of you. Show with a I W guys and put it on a national stage and I thought that that was fucking amazing and what separated that show from all the other shows of the weekend and the other thing that I liked about it too was yeah you guys like Cococabana and J.. F. Nick Gage Man's Warner who swap to lake were on probably a lot of other shows but giving guys like the fuck. It's dom and Bishop <hes> P._B.. Smooth justice like all these wrestlers who if ad w didn't run show sure they might not be in New York giving them Michelle like I know dom probably horrible example because he was booked many different places to but just as also horrible example he was the star of another show. That's true <hes> other still just a a lot of what I'm saying. There's people that didn't necessarily get maybe shots elsewhere and that's what I really loved about it because it wasn't wasn't it wasn't a super show. It was definitely a I W people in New Jersey for the show. No you have like your bigger names like Steiner Otani <hes> Law Familia WE WANNA go that row with Damian but fucking still just a lot of people would the extension of Otani namely the guy who hasn't been a w show you know what I mean had steiner. We've had the fuck in familiar tijuana like it's it was the most pure true it's just that it was just the fucking w show and I don't mean that in a bad way mental the best possible because if I think if any other promotion with Iran a wrestlemainia weekend show which I mean this is my opinion other companies could probably proven wrong but you're kinda pulling out the best of the best. You're pulling out a super. Show it to get people to look at your company but for a w it did seem like this was a regular A._i.. W show just like you said to where you know you could technically technically miss this show. It wouldn't mattered for like other companies but no business like no like they're. They're storyline stuff going on. There's titles and they're just a bunch of fucking regulars yet. You know what I talked to John About that on the EH W podcasts <unk> caught that last week and he said point blank said I could have booked a super show. The problem with that is then what happens next month when people you know we traveled to New Jersey to see our brand. PEOPLE PEOPLE TRAVEL DOWN FROM DETROIT <unk> come in from Indiana coming from Erie. You know somebody sees the show. In Jersey loves it travels from Jersey seven hours and all of a sudden we go from seeing the super show act to seeing the regular product and the regular product is outstanding but you can't put on a super show every month so you would just it's counterproductive. You know you have to get a take the guys that you have and make them stars in in its own on in our own little realm of Cleveland that we you know we push outwards. <hes> I think you you talked about the summers a maybe a couple back where you said you know some of these guys now that are getting started in Cleveland and booked in Indiana Ghent booked in Chicago in Eerie Juicy. W everything out <hes> you know P._M.. E and P._B.. And even just mentioned Matt Justice a Big Star with the with the Satan crowd and sorry I couldn't resist huw at the destroyed by train of thought but you have to it has to be self self sufficient. You have to be able to to take keep a storyline going to put something out there month to month that people are GonNa WanNa see that isn't just you know oh ha all into sorry man to be honest. Almost all those dudes were booked on other shows like I went to a lot of other shows in that building that weekend and I saw a bunch of those guys on Black Label on that craft show you know the were other shows throughout the weekend that some of the w guys like me and the production and different people were on <hes> so it's not that they just just went there and today I w but to me it's the fact that A._i.. W was able to be like no this. This is what we do. This is our thing. He's our guys. If we're going to have fucking show these are the guys that are going to be on our show and man fucking love the the way that I mean it because it could be to this was the first booking for certain people and then they end up getting other bookings because of it if you didn't run how many of these people would have been at some these other shows not a knock. I think I hate to disagree with you but I think the dudes that black label we're going to be on the Dude Zip black craft. We're going to be on that fucking black like I there were plenty of people who have had will bookings for the weekend because they've spent the last year and a half branching out from just being a w guys and traveling traveling to Pittsburgh and go into different place at W. improve themselves so oh could could they have not had other bookings sure. I'm sure there's possibility and you know I'm not in charge of the bookings. I don't know the timeline for how shit worked out on saying is I don't know that they wouldn't have had had the opportunity had not been there. It's definitely one of those things we we don't know but still like seeing some of these people in New Jersey for some of these shows however it happened with with F._W.. Without add every whatever is still so cool to Z. and made this show even better I saw somebody non-related to w was a wrestler and I don't remember specifically what was but he tweeted something to the effect of rolled in here one hundred deep Mr Brixton her gang gang and it really did like you can feel like the w group that was in there was very tight knit that was mister brewster from when I remember seeing it yeah I happen to see the tweet from him. I'm like the dude hopefully will be on this show. By the end of the ear. <hes> won't get too much into but something I planned yet. I caught that from him and I'm like I thought that was so cool because that's like another wrestler just acknowledging lodging Mike What it's like to me like not even being they're like Oh yeah I could pitcher that. That's that seemed one hundred percent right that seemed true going back to the show that we are reviewing we have may it's warner with the Duke Luke versus Nick fucking gauge. How how split was this crowd? Actually being there like love your thoughts on Stacey. I I don't know if you agree with me. This wasn't a split crowd. God this was everybody loved Manser. Everybody loved gauge. It was I mean jet. Tears are the same for both guys. There may have been a handful of G C. W <hes> that are folks folks there from Jersey who were just a nick gage guys but Manse Warner had a whole lot of love in that building. I I think it's interesting that you know this was the scene versus the G. C._W.. Champ and now that matches happening happening again so credit thorns for a really cool kind of important match purse this was according to the stats. This is the second longest match of the night long smashes the main event and and I don't know where to describe in it but it was so fun to watch <unk> I love bands and I love gauge and it was just fucking crazy this. This is one of the ones that you can tell they had time I mean we had two minutes of simple man. He saw on Manse for the first time by the time these guys got in there. You had the the the dichotomy between the first match which was just rushed violence with Eric Eric and Bobby and the Tijuana this was that deliberate violence that slow building <hes> the one thing that Nick Ages really good at and managers getting a whole lot better at this setting up those spots lots of building that anticipation with you know pulling the doors and setting up the chairs and see you're just you know the slow bill to what's going to happen with this. Man Crowd was hot for both of these guys that that chair hair shot that the duke took was sick and I like moment I just generally felt bad that he <unk> just sounded and looked rose. <hes> I'm sure jobber we disagree. He probably would want it harder next time using the doors using the chairs there. Wasn't you know as much crazy crazy violence I mean it wasn't like mansard using a staple gun or anything that what it was that hard hitting just deliberate violence <hes> which gauges gauges just so good at mansor like Manny's getting so get Mansour skinny so good so fast on paper going into it and one of my favorite things about this match because I like win. Sometimes I like to have an expectation for a match and be pleasantly the way I didn't expect on paper. I thought this match were I thought this match was going to be Bishop Greeny and it was it was brutal but there wasn't blood. There was just shots. It was just it was like it to me. This match felt like a esene W R._J.. Corman it was it was so good I like this match it <unk> these two guys aren't just a gimmick of Shit <hes> and and just being blood and guts guys match the you guys help me out on this but the finish was the was gauged piledriver into piledriver into the power bomb. Whatever you know whatever whatever you want to call it? That's what it boils down to to get manse for the three. I love the finish because that was like the time that you're like that's it. That's the finish you know piledriver piledriver power bomb. That's it you know that's enough to keep anybody down on his real happy with the finish it just it made so much sense. It's like so much brutality in such a short time that you like nobody's kicking out of that you know engage goes over perfect man. I gotTa tell you haven't been in that building putting all weekend while you know based on who's shows with obvious Joe Jr nelas weekend. I don't know man that building sought like it belonged to Nick Gage all weekend every show he was on the clock in minds for Knick game like the loudest. 'EM VK chance I've ever heard the loudest nick fucking gauge chant like it was he was on black label. That's usually like a clean. No Person Show Non Fuck Gates loud. Aw <unk> shows it was just that building belong to Nick Gage that we get next up. We have the main event of the evening the hey I w absolute title four-way Match Matthew Justice versus versus. Tim denounced versus filthy. Tom lawler versus P. B.. Smooth this match lasted eighteen and a half minutes and I'm GONNA shoot to the finish real quick. It's the moment that a lot of people full figured was coming and rightfully so Tom lawler new A._i.. W absolute champion. I figured this was this coming. Even though I did pick danced I did picked on but I don't know I just want to throw a curveball because technically we recorded accorded that on April fool's day and I almost WANNA say they Elson April fools joke but I held back like now just make that might take fuck it man. I don't know if you caught where Tom Waller was announced to be fighting out and I know yes. I did catch to you but it it warmed my heart a little bit. The top waller was announced from the funhouse forgot about that that one that was cool as fuck. It was like that weird thing of it by not mean Shit like people people out there they never heard of the fuck and fun house or they've heard of it but they've never been there but that's a little piece of Cleveland in the main event fuck-ass from totally so I I have watched. Is Tom Speech at the end part of a broadcast your whole things there. I'm blanking out on what he said. No I seen it but a little bit of a speech she I think he says something about taking us all to the benches the funhouse second time like I'm heading to the Fun House or fun. The House and drinks are on me or something like that. I think even references like the big drink i. I didn't watch all the speech this one but you know he's he talked about how he w was the first company that take chance on him. Yeah goal years ago and stuff you know with him. Being you know big Shit at m. l. w. and stuff <hes> I thought that was really cool yeah but he kinda gave credit credit was seen like I don't know if you just said it with not as much genesis about unthinking but like it was almost like he took a shot at Shayna like he I mean fight out mentions or mentions her on the level of riddle and I'm like is that a shot at Shane at two or is it. Just I'm not somebody who's WHO's using this to like catapult myself why that was the point was that you know all these other anime folks have some ulterior motives of where they'd like to be an easy. He's doing what he wants to do. Yeah it's the way I took it. Which I I love him for like how I feel about Matt Rentals been well documented on on this podcast? I'm not getting into it. I love Shayna but there is I feel like with filthy taller. He he's like January having fun at these shows and he seems more like a guy who just like any other regular w wrestler who's having fun now like well this is this is all on percent business farms granted. It's business but he has a lot of fun and I think I did too but it was definitely you'd knew where she was going but then again I don't know if that's one hundred percent her fault because you knew with who she was associated with yes she was going to get picked up on Santa's when you see Tom Lowering Cleveland when you see him at the w shows does when you see him at the after parties you could tell you when Lee likes Cleveland and if so good that he made biggest platform A._I.. WS been on to voice that Giovanni anymore thoughts on the rick now no. I think Tom Lower has fun. I think he doesn't take himself too seriously. I think he knows he's a bad ass. I mean I think even said something about the fact that you know there's nobody that can really take him and I kinda got the same thing you guys did from the shame Amen and riddle <hes> reference but I just thought I you know every I think the summers I can't remember if you've seen in bed with after parties and stuff. I've been there when these passing around those giant drinks and just laughing at having a great time. I don't think he takes anything to seriously. I think he he thinks he's happy with what he's doing. He's a pretty satisfied guys. You Know Scott got his place out Vegas. I'm sure Nice family and and you know I don't think he is another one guys. He's going to be in demand for longtime and he needs to be at. I'm looking so full were to have him as the face I mean right now you figure we have two guys that are kind of the face of A._I.. W with the titles and that's Matt Justice and Tumbler guys that are kind of thus far apart from what they do but man those are two great guys to have out front and what kind of crazy stuff that could be coming in the upcoming months with lawler having that belt Eytan some of the matches you can have with that. I just <unk> looking forward to it. There's a lot of possibilities with with the two guys that have the belts right now. The amount of crazy fuck imagine that you can have going forward is is just unbelievable. It's lawler. Waller was the right guy as it gets the right time for him. <hes> nothing nothing against P._B.. Nothing against Donald obviously everybody knows how I feel about Tim Dobbs <hes> you hate him. He think he's on the Fox but no I think it's it's really fucking cool. I think I think it's GonNa make this summer very very interesting. You know he's he probably has one of the best win loss records in his career career Nair w granted that's not something that's accounted for but the dude majority of the time wins on top of all that it I mean has he had a bad match and w like all yeah he's always been interesting one one way or another and the shit with you know dom was create ads for a time period. That was one of the best things going on W.. That was like longer storyline that match that him and dom had where they had like the three different ah they match that was great anymore. We can say about the match beyond four way like parts of it that I completely. Didn't you see like anytime that there's like those big multi prism matches. You really concentrate especially live on one thing at a time so I'm sure there's one hundred things that happened. In that match that I missed yeah I abandoned ship early from my seats because unlike work right in at justice dived air-to-air actually what's the main event from the wall all over by the bar but D._n._R.. Justice diving a couple of guys in the ring and then two guys fighting around. You're trying to pay attention to what's going on guys. You know a lot of chairs were used. <hes> I P got some vicious shots in on guys. <hes> you know everybody you know one point you had the the four guys in the ring. <hes> you know basically in a in a square just trading blows and then everybody going down at once everybody get back up to their feet. Trading blows rose again in the back down and you know ultimately lawler getting the getting the tap out on P._B.. I just I was such a great way to end it anymore from you stacey as far as the show went or as far as this match with <hes> again. I thought the Maj was great. I thought the show was great. <hes> one thing that I would like to say which is not related to this A._I.. W show as I wanNA give a big. Thank you to the gold steam brothers they. They did some really nice ship for the w crew and some of the fans and I really appreciate it was it was a really good time. Are What would you do as rate this as a whole as an A._i.. W show even comparing it to rent regular shows. We'll go letter grades start with wreck. It was a there was if you if I'm just critiquing the wrestling it was it was a if I want to critique the whole experience with the venue and the you know the craziness in the in the bankruptcy. It's probably the most unique fun show I've ever been to <hes> so. It's definitely a from me away from me two I. There's there have been very few if any A. W. shows that have had the feeling in the room that that one had <hes> that were that much fun that the every match was was good wasn't really anything where I thought it was. You know that it didn't deliver on what it was. It was an eight was an absolute pun that was unintentional <hes> from watching just on TV I would give in to <hes> pretty much a lot of stuff. We've said of like how this set up like a regular A._A.. W show maybe a little bit. We know the audio but I mean that's getting a little nitpicky but still I felt like I had almost as much fun at home as I did a show obviously when you get to the show that's just a coal different atmosphere that I did. I know I was not a part of and I'm not gonNA act like sitting on my couch. It fucking cockatiels Ohio was any different than actually being there. There was a fucking difference and trust me so really really cool to see an A._i.. W show with that kind of turnaround granted it's because it was live on fire tv but I feel like if you miss a regular that'd be show like I've lived in seeing Russell Rave. I don't think that's available yet. I mean it might be but still wait. I watched it live or I could watch it the next day and that was awesome to watch. This was the first in in what I understand. You have been very long time that there was ever any sort of livestream for an A._i.. W Shell guess my hope is that it went smooth enough even if he's just for like the two big ones every year even if it's just for like you know absolution and how on earth maybe they attempt to do live streams again 'cause I._B._M.'s therefore it if they do. I don't remember the last I live show. I know there was no there was an APP so and I think the first double dare was live on. I pay per view. Those might be the only ones but me actually I will add all those shows so that's why I don't Oh really remember as much but I I know the Gino. One was the very first one I know abso was another big one and it was hot as fuck that day and I know the double dare one because the there was a clip of Mark Summers that played before the show and like by been told about it so that is the only ones I could think of it. I don't think they're going to have I mean this is just me putting out my opinion things that I've heard like they. They don't necessarily want to do it because there's a lot of shit that they gotta go through but then again times have changed technologies gotten better but when they were doing the I pay per views from Turner's whole like everything it was just everything about that building was bad whether it be the Internet connection for them to you know stream it and <hes> the temperature was causing certain things to malfunction and all this shit yeah it was like whore but that was like for at least Apso so I'm sure one of the issues is the building having proper Internet connection but to be perfectly honest. I'm surprised Turner's hall had fucking so that you've just told me something. I didn't expect yeah <hes> so I thought the last I had heard that they don't WanNa go back down that way. They WANNA leave if you know for other people but you know on that they're doing a lot of the business shit and I think if you would ask me a couple of years ago was w ever GonNa do wrestlemainia weekend I would I told you of that's already definitely different now. So we'll see all right any <hes> final thoughts or last minute plugs before we go start stacey on final thoughts is it was a great weekend and have podcast that if you listen to as you probably make luggage times super fantastic there hasn't been a new episode Soda Minute <hes> There's GonNa be new ones including another deep dive in May on transformers. How about you rick while I had a great time over the weekend so just to wrap that whole? Oh thing up New Jersey was everything I wanted to be. Such a great time was so much fun meeting. Everybody I echo your sentiments of the Goldstein soiree the super secret speakeasy fantastic for those guys to do that for everybody. It was great yeah they are. They're great guys. They'll be back. They'll be back this way for absolute so if you get a chance I was pollution. When that comes around August you know say hated those <hes> a May eighteenth you X.? W. A. Rick Nelson Enterprises Presents. They live with a big twin Tucker. Taking the one called Manders which I know Mr Justice Summers you are stupor excited excited about come on out and see that our our good friend razor-sharp running what we affectionately call A. W. Next to you at this point so that's going to be pretty exciting. You have one other thing to plug. Don't you well so add plug doug a couple of podcast appearances. If you've done recently Oh yeah yeah. I don't know I forget everybody knows but you know the card is subject to change. I did sit in on the mania preview which was basically just hanging out with worldwide for an hour which by the way fantastic ever get the chance hang out with world for an hour and then I did the last one where I asked him questions kind of off the top of my head. I wasn't as prepared as I'd like to be but if I get to do it again I'll definitely take up some <hes> some questions so maybe we can like John and Steve Squirm <hes>. I thought it was fun getting the clarification on Steve Guy and toilet paper etiquette summers. You're the one that that gave me that idea with the I get sick of these mother fuckers who don't know how to throw the doctor Dan Toilet Paper Yeah. We definitely got ask about that so if you get a chance listen to those you don't want to much Rick Nelson Saturation on the market so I try to keep my myself had an arm's length distance. I think the funny anything when you know they're talking about the toilet paper and throwing Dr Dan. I'm not gonNA break all of the secrets but the fact of the first time we started throwing toilet paper at him was because biggins begins brought in the the toilet paper instead here throw this doctor. Dan and we're like okay fantastic fantastic so I feel like he helped start it and for just keeping going if he wouldn't have been like hey throw toilet paper at me then I'm not him but throw that out big throwing a Dan. We wouldn't have fucking done either. That's the only thing that didn't happen in Jersey that would happen normally Amihai w show and it's because Dan didn't have match you didn't have there wasn't a point where you were going to announce Dr Dan so the spot through the toilet paper wasn't there and of course you can find myself at heavy set three three zero much like you'll find the show on facebook twitter instagram at wrestling cheers facebook dot com slash rush twitter dot com slash wrestling cheers and emailed her. 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The Anonymous #EFT on Chuck Yates Needs A Job Podcast

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The Anonymous #EFT on Chuck Yates Needs A Job Podcast

"Hey guys it's chuck real quick before we get started here's our parental warning number one you ask for it out on twitter I went ahead and left bloopers end diatribes in. This is long it runs over an hour and a half. But that's what you said. You wanted said you had plenty of drive time you could listen to. So it's all there just. So you know five questions starts at about an hour and twenty minutes in and then number two. We recorded this during roll call rollcall of course Kenny lay whose twitter handle is at. Enron chairman. It's his party on Friday night shows cool video. He lays out a lot of people on energy finance twitter that you should be following. Any encourages partying and sending in pictures of the Party and so we're GONNA talk a lot more about energy finance twitter during this pod and who you should be following Kenny lay is definitely one of them and let's just say last Friday night when we were recording this, there was a major wine flex by nimble fatty. Colin Hay, manage chuck what's going on? Did some check how you doing man dude can you believe like be Rv and Kitty are paying me to come on the podcast tonight I can't believe that man I can't believe that kid is getting on the podcast. This is GonNa be something else I know how much did they pay? You 'cause you sucked up to pretty hard I'm just saying that was a of a love fest I know you know when I got be RV on he hit A. Few Racks to get on the show I. Don't want him to come on now kind of bad for the guy. So. Let them come on but you know like Kitty. Kitty, I don't know if I'd let them come on my show I kind of think that is weird that a grown man sits on twitter refers through I himself as Kitty. So kind of find that to be obviated, it took me about. To figure out, it was a guy not a girl. Doesn't accept. What I'm worried about with B. R. V. Is it used to be pretty good when he did oil and gas commentary on twitter but now it just seems like he goes on diatribes about women's fashion it until I tell be RV this all the time I don't know if you're on energie fence went back in the day chuck but he hit a wants it on a time he retired from me teeny posted this post with the picture of the bat signal and said, he was retiring and ended up coming back I think it would have just been net positive for the community if he just stayed off, didn't come back in like six days. A Week I. Think it was like three days. So he came back and then apparently he's been spending a lot of time on the women's fashion blogs like he said so I'm kind of getting hit to some of the styles in women's pants and things of that nature. Thanks to be be nice. You need a final words of advice before I go on this calling in and just second man I just wouldn't let them have the Mike too long. I don't want him to ring I. Don't want him to run your show renier ratings. The key is I have ratings of one, and that's my mother. So long as she took. A low bar it's only up from here. And you'll have a good shot right brother take care say yep. Yoke Yates is a self-proclaimed telering giant of the energy business. After graduating magnum cum laude loud idel. We like to party from Rice University with a B A in political science and Linnea of BS. He later ran product designed for. Where Steve Jobs proclaimed him so valuable that if chuck left I'd be reduced to wearing nothing but black turtlenecks for all tied. Shook joined the Houston Office of Stevens. INC The Little Rock Arkansas Investment Bank where he strove to do will. Not Well enough to get promoted its little rock. After figuring out, he was a really crappy investment. He moved onto the principal said listen where he feared not much better. What does everyone who spent more than thirty seconds with Chuck knows he did the legendary silver he'll. Interestingly enough. Once one a bit from Superman. Where the loser had to wear his underwear on the outside of his cloak. This fight all of these achievements in the Post Cova Spring of twenty twenty. Shook with Shit Kane from his key is a managing partner. It did make Wall Street Journal. So at least he had that forum. You know. Hugging calling and smokes guys in we'd. So yes. My ass versatile. I was like he wears t shirts Jujitsu T. shirts all the time. and. Quite frankly you know chuck. At some point. the Chug job odd is going to be running laps around digital wildcatters. Calling my shot right now I like it I'm down with you on that. Everybody. It's Chuck Yates Welcome to episode three of Chuck Yates needs a job the podcast. I've got to these podcast in the can and another come out yet. And I want to explain that just real quick. So I decided I wanted to use tone local wild thing you know the whole thing do it and then the Asta Love Easter. Baby. Trying to figure out how to license music is like worst than trying to figure out title in Chambers County in Texas I mean universal sent me to concord sent me back and all that I mean it was just a total mess. So whatever Don. Is I totally gave up on ten Lok. So we're not GONNA do that and we're going to jump in and I will get these things out in a week to I promise that so. Guys tonight is awesome. We have two guests. We have B. R. V.. And I'm going to introduce him and just second and then we have shale unit kitty. That's how you pronounce it and let me introduce my guest real quick. So Kitty. A need to apologize to you because you and is started damning ing. and. Just, to be honest, I didn't know if you were dude or a check and you know it's a little weird that a dude would sit there and call himself kitty and all that and you send a DM to me where you said I'm going to take the kitties out to the pool and I, think I deemed back to you. Well. Sin The SLUTTY EST one down to Houston and you're like to. Cry You totally crossed the line. And it took me a second to realize you were talking about your kids and so I apologize profusely because I was expecting Chris Hansen of Catcher Predator coming around the. Screen. Come around there and all that. So Anyway, Kitty Hello thank you for coming in. Thanks for having me Chuck. Pleasure pleasure being on on your podcast in its infancy, and it's a pleasure getting a chance to send it to the Moon Nice. You Know I. Do I do recall I do recall that initial meeting of you in the end that that was shocking. Necessarily surprising. You know we have shoe. We have a president that puts his amphion is now every day. So Chuck, it's all good man we moved on and and it's it's okay. You know the kittens don't even know about it and I'm really I'm relieved I'm relieved. Kitty we're in a little bit of trouble about what I'm GonNa read here because our other guests be RV who everybody knows I don't think I have to enter days. and. This is going to kill me to read this but I am I was damning some of the other big people on E. F. T.. Mr Skilling, says, and I quote. Be RV is the most interesting character on eft. Be, RV. Welcomed baby. Sir. I guess that's a compliment. Absolutely. All right somebody. Tell me what he F. T. is. We need to tell the listeners what that is. Yeah I mean, it's sands for energy fin twit which is basically a bunch of guys that. Together anonymously generally being on twitter and shit host about oil and gas The people in the companies that are involved. and. That's pretty much it. Yeah. I. Mean the other I think if I was to just follow up on on that not definition that eloquent definition by be. There I would just have to say that energy into it is just composed of all the the true talent in the industry, the underlying through talent that. That built the industry and then subsequently yeah destroyed it. But that's a whole nother story for another day. Far As. infill results go and then that but but really just the talent underlines out that makes up the business you know and there's plenty of reasons why they're jaded and there's funny reasons why we might get into that today but you know I would just say that's that's the true or Vfat and you know if these composed. Of A lot of good brains a lot of people out there that that want want to want the truth to be her and it's it's a great organization. Let's do this I. Mean I get when you go on digital wildcatters and you're talking to Collin it's kind of a suck up fast and it's Oh Mr Brb. RV, you're so smart. Tell me what you shorted today. Can we not do that tonight I don't think people want to hear that. So tell me about who are who are the big guns on Eft? I. Mean Who are the people that folks need to be following? As quoted today you know the Godfather is definitely Skilling I. Think. He's the reason I. got on reason a lot of people got on. He's probably got you know the widest widespread mainstream. Across just General People in Industry Talk. About. Twitter accounts. Is definitely number one in and for good reason because he's got, he's got good content he. He obeys himself above the the General Day, to day Banter Shit hosting in commenting sort of. Kinda comes in with his own threads in in generally. Makes People. Where're things that are that are important in industry in? So I would say feelings probably number one. I think that's an important account. Thank you know. Energy credit he He's been on there since the beginning he's probably got more followers than anybody and probably has the most intelligent commentary. He doesn't really get into the weeds of and you know all that stuff, the way that a lot of us do. So he sticks to the the real substance and all that and and so that's definitely an important count to. see. Did. He wants to to give a shout out to Blake Street bomber one of my USC homeys Just, you know really Sent me the. US T rankings as if we were going to do another bracket recently nine. So yeah just looking at just relatively on from a follower basis. Now we're looking at Owen Geo Energy Credit one obviously just mentioned Mr Skilling just mentioned it energy Senate. So, thanks. So Energy cynic always comes after me I have no idea that guy has but I love Energy Senate we'll. We'll. We'll get to more energy senate but keep going on some of these names so that folks know who they should go follow. Well, I'll tell you this I. think probably the most. Underrated but high-quality account which probably just gets down to how often e post I think he's more drilling. And that's a are girling. Is Everything not do throws out this. fucking. Problem. Is that he only post like once a week But it's always good shit. A. So that's that's definitely like my personal personal favorite. We a lot is definitely my My homey on the on the. FDA crowd Cillian as I'm describing EFT to folks. I'm sitting there saying ninety nine point nine percent of all the people are anonymous right so you have no idea who they are. So thus skilling and lay and more drilling and and all those sorts of stuff and I try to say I. Think they're a bunch of twenty, five and thirty and thirty five year old. You know vice president said investment banks and private equity firms that are kind of in the deal flow because I mean it is stunning. How much they know? I mean I went down to Kabo with three people and we were trying to keep it really quiet. The fact we were going down there and it was on twitter. So I mean they are they are definitely in the know they're funny and all this, but they are anonymous and so. You know I kinda give that to the listeners because it creates this amazing dynamic right I mean, it's information flow. It's funny. It's all of that sort of stuff but at the same time no idea who it is and speculations just rampant, right? One hundred percent shot and and this is kitty here and this wanted to say you know I mean on the heels you know with the the age demographic shout out there I. Always, I, gotTa give a shout out to my ladies So I WANNA give a shout to Halliburton bat that handle would be halbe like Halliburton H. a. l. l. i. v. You than the number seven, eight, three, one, six, three, six, eight. Yeah, she's. Great. Then of course, stem the handle there would be why see some S E M and then. Jennifer. Daddy's ad today Looking for yet Gender Bay Evans Jen she's a classic she's smart Gal lovely. Follow. The handle, there would be janjay eighty in. Debate D. U. B. A. Y. Evans UB A. N.. S. Does ladies. To show how Nice we didn't shout out a Sarah Caitlyn but that's because she's mine. Well only reaching city. Obviously only reason I wouldn't doubt that one out because I knew you have now on my own me I would reserve that for new man. Counts is yet to you though. That's rider. Yeah 'cause. She's just a generalist can. Now. That's true. But my intentions are honorable. Let's go ahead does my intentions towards Sarah Very honorable and all that. So, so let me let me start off here and you guys just jump in but like so here's the deal I mean I was on twitter at the beginning I exchanged tweets with Shaquille O'Neal cad Johnson. I mean like way back in the day right so I was always on twitter. And you know at some point when you rise in prominence to a a within a private equity firm e Kinda gotta be careful right and. Unfortunately. I wasn't very good at that I was very good about being careful but about two years ago just the heat was such that I was kind of like, okay. I need to get off twitter. So I got off twitter I got a fake account just so I could read everything. So I kept up with everything and then when I got shit canned in in late April early May. I jumped back on and all that. But to me the defining moment in Eft was clearly when Mr Skilling did the bracket and basically for the for the listeners out there you know the NCAA tournament, there's a bracket. Sixty four teams and they have you know East Coast West. coast. North. South and they set up those sixty four teams to play Mr Skilling set it up for 'em appease and it was just ethic I mean he had two divisions. He had midstream survivors and then he had MLP frankensteins because at some point when MLP's were hot like. Fuck it. I do this man boom let's him out. So P. Frankenstein's, and then they he created four brackets low return on invested capital bracket. Corporate governance never heard of it. And then he had what is some people think Imo Pisa are Ponzi schemes bracket, and then the the thanks for the investment banking B.'s bracket, and it was just epic he had sixty four different mosop's he wound up having. Like you know the Games and he would comment on the Games and all that. Do you guys remember that because that to me was like Holy Shit. There's something to this community. Honestly the truth that's before I got on. Before he got on the Kitty got on me. But you know it's it's chuck. What I would say is I I personally went back and reread some of it and Man it said off just as many giggles as the current day gifty dialogue sets off an and it certainly set off as many giggles as the EFD Shit national championships at off and that was the bracket the kitty did and the underlying inspiration of that was the godfather himself Mr Skilling so. One thousand. Percent Chuck we remember it in. It's what brought some of us here. Yeah. I mean I, think that probably was the event you're right now is. Started people talking I mean when I got on twitter was because mutt friend works private equity in Dallas was sending me screen shots. Of that and other stuff that's going hosted in I, I would bet the reason he sent me a follow on staff with because of the bracket. So really the whole reason I'm on twitter dot on in July last year is probably because the racket you know I mean it was just ethic I mean I was sitting there reading as. It as it went along and the unbelievable thing about it I mean he was sending what? Fifty tweets a day turn this I mean this was not one idea. I mean he was out of control I mean he was going through each one of these Mo peas, how much equity they had issued versus their market cap today he was calculating return on capital visit. Just saying who go fuck is Mr Skilling and why is he following us yet and so anyway, I was going back and reading it. You know over the last couple of days because I knew GonNa do this and two of the things that just struck me as like literally the funniest things. Some random person who has twelve followers and follows fourteen people tweeted out. This is the bracket I never knew I needed. And then the other thing that was so cool is you know Skilling's going through like this analytical. Analysis on why people were beating other people in he actually had an upset he had the Cohen Boys an Atlas Number Sixteen taking down news source energy partners, and it was just hysterical how he's going through it but at the end of the first round he sent out a tweet congratulations to the management to the management teams that were less terrible and got bounced in the first round. Was it was awesome. So that was my Kinda. Oh. My God if t really is something and this guy started at Gimme some other moments man what what's happened out on the EFT that that folks should know about? Well. I would say you know early on. In my when I when Kitty I joined the of T- That was that was the way by the way. That's EPA how you talk about yourself and the third person that's like that's like Ricky Henderson as. I am. And for all the for the haters that's you FRAC slap if it's it's a any indication of of your little. Plug on this pod You know if have anybody has issues with Kitty. Then of course you know it's it's all about four side I knew that he was going to be phenomenal third person Gig and that's what if these all about it's anonymous and then and it's great. I'm a kitty with kittens. Perfect and you get and I'M ALLERGIC TO CATS So I don't even like cats. so I got dogs. and. got. But. I mean. What is a? are a little a little buzz there. the White Club skinny Plug in there for for Whitelaw Heart Seltzer. Currently. Drink the mangoes got a twelve pack would have loved to got him free Gone, sponsorship. Dollar discount. On vk. Dollars. If, you're listening we've sold twelve six packs. We'll ship during late thousands of. Foreign. So many clause the most laws have been in Claus. Claus drinkers. So when I first wind efd, I would say that's I win the widening of paper was cooking up and and it was really getting hot and so I think this is a chance for just a road over to be just to just to talk about how the winding paper came about and and how they're really unfolded. Yeah. Okay cool. No I mean. White Paper. Super. Will because you know it all started with a couple of online anonymous relationships right me and energy credit. Redeemed the bunch and another guy. Is a stud, but does oppose because he works for Hedge Fund doesn't WanNa get shit canned but chasing value was his name. We're all kind of kicking the shit one day. It was like you know what's the most shortage company out there and really was actually chasing values comic? You said, you know I think whiting's best short and. In you know you couldn't really chase that unity credit or said while we got time, it'd be fine. Why don't we collaborate you know so his background is he's sort of credit guy Has Own Hedge Fund at one lane and and you know I'm an engineer. So he said, well, it's sort of a A. Good Complimentary skill set where I could come in I, could do all the PDP. Pud. Values create some new the geology and all that stuff and try to. Back into you know what you think these things are worth center on and then he could sorta tape that model and then apply that to the Euro bonds in the the debt structure and the equity values and all that when we came out after a couple of weeks of US working together a re sort of figured out while hell this equities worthless and there's no chance that. They're going to make good on these bond that they have to do. Next year in you know we slapped together a Ninety five, I think it ended up you know slide deck. We actually debated a lot about what the most appropriate means releasing our our slide deck, which I think. Maybe it was more a passion project than necessarily the. We've been accused of saying like well, you thought you could move the markets and all that crap in. That's just not true I. Mean we just said well is fine. It's interesting thoughts on paper and let's just drop it out to the world and see what they think and. That's what we did. We decided to do it on twitter because that made sense and we did because it sort of. Brought a lot of people into twitter and as a forum like we discussed earlier I, think it's an important for him because it brings in. So many sides of the industry you got and engineers you've got the finance guys the GEOS. Von Debt guys and all that. So it's a place that is the only place that I know were all those people come together and they you know are talking and so. in. So yeah, I mean we put it out there. Had A lot of fanfare thing it made a difference honestly I mean I can say it actually when we watch the bombs trading day like they got by five six percent so clearly the bond market. Took it in saw that it was a valid analysis in turned out there right because. you know five months later they went bankrupt and so you know. What else can you say I? Guess Right? Well, you know a I mean I was sitting there. Microphones are running the private Equity Funds, Cain Anderson at the time and we read it I may right because we're sitting there with crack and This got a lot of exposure obviously to the Bach and I mean I think they were even bigger than whiting kind of at the time and man we read every single page of it. If felt like you know what was it a hundred and fifty pages I mean that was some real work. Your I mean actually. I. Can't cut off the the oil guy because he contributed to you So there's really three of us but I mean honestly I would say like all in man hours you probably put in. You know. Maybe three or four hundred man hours work that went into that project and I can honestly say because we we actually paid. So I I do have a little fun that I manage with four other guys money involved but but a lot of my own to close friend ideal but You know we put an from the side I. Think we put in Twenty, twenty, five thousand bucks to like all the data and all that stuff together reaction and consultants. You you the work that on the volume metrics up in up in their Balkan play so. I mean. It was a real deal. I mean. You know and you're right. I, mean that's the big deal is you are totally right I mean. You know one of the things we'll talk about later when we kind of get serious on this is just how much of it was. We were right about you were right about. That versus just prices fell out of bed but now I think your analysis. Of where the wells were turning out much more accurate than than what was published at the point. Yeah I mean I think if you really get a Shit To like go in and dig and yeah, this is like Tom lowry. Others. But I. Think. Unique Eighty knows because we're both engineers and These guys are totally for Shit. You know all the hub goes. Broadcast all this stuff in all their presentations and all that it's just It's it's highly inaccurate to the point of just being. Straight out. Fabricated I would say. You know what's interesting is it's actually it's actually not a lie. I think the better way to to characterize it is it's Cherry. 'cause they pick the best well, I mean, whenever you go to an investor meeting, you hear them at a conference or whatever the public companies always just pick the best well, right and it's not the P fifty. Well, it's not the median well or anything like that. It is. It is definitely the best well, and that's the type curve and I think that was the frustration for investors because I keep sitting there saying you know on a DNC Bassus you tell me your drilling forty and fifty percent wells but. You know your PDP never matches the capital we've deployed. One hundred percent chuck it I mean it's just. This giddy against our been been You know helping while the RV I'm sure I wasn't even here to listen I can't wait to go back and listen to what he had to say about why they but we. Went in and helped play with that and re read the kid some stories and they told me about all these pictures on their their walls and and be wife little there at your wife. Is. A. Lovely. Lovely Gal. Hey, you guys don't have to explain it to anyone. We don't judge here. WHOA. Job podcast we don't go. Out. I don't think I don't think listeners realize you're even house. Your House, right? Yes. Sure. Big In. Do they know that? Will they do now? Yeah. So I hope so that my house, my wife's good markets by kids are. Not Against. By. Three. Children. vs. Or daughter what. But. But the We're. Also. Sorry farm the. Paper, so I I was what wasn't able to sit here listening and I was looking forward to I am looking forward now to the tuning back in in listening once we get the final edits and get this thing brock and then going to the moon. But yeah, shots the the point going back to sad, right like this is I think in super important point right like because the whole the whole idea and the whole reason that shale has become what it became is the fact that it's very esoteric business right in there's a lot of technical issues. People don't understand right it lives in the gray it's. Gray like you depend on the people that are knowledgeable to provide you with the information you need to make the correct decision right in in the fact that he is that those people have that knowledge instead of using it you. Do. The right thing you a wrong thing. They chose to figure out ways to manipulate data at, make themselves enriching dolls, and in that knees right like. Warren Buffett tasked right like it's what would I tell my sister like you wouldn't tell your sister that the Best well. On the block is going to be but you average costs in the next coin you grew like that's not what you do and that's the problem like so many people fell back on that and then became a question of relative morality where it's like well, everybody else's fighting doing it. So why and how long I watch you in in a blue totally out of proportion where you got brain dead I mean something like Ultra Mesa, which is the ultimate Frankenstein's monster talk in business where you had people cleaning these are three four or five, hundred, thousand girl er wells and they were like seventy. The wrong reliever reservoir would be like a bit more fractured above the knee Maha be our lighting you saw. You have to point of ridiculous. I mean Sandra's is a great example. Amr's a great example where you literally had people showing five, six, seven times. The amount of reserves actually produce I mean you can look back on standridge now in the world almost dead I mean they're like five to. Day Wells. Now in in they were telling you there were three, hundred, fifty to four, hundred, thousand, zero, you are wells, and they cubed sixty and seventy. In story and they have forty drilling rigs running back in the day back in two thousand twelve. So. Just total fucking bullshit, and I'll tell you the most fucked up thing about it, and this is going on a diatribe here. But that was the first company ever shorter did actually back in twenty thirteen and you know bill tell you like they got investigated actually there's an SEC thing where they. You. Know filed a internal whistle blower follow report the SEC on this crap in in. They, said, they fell back on the fact that they. But these walls were so hard to predict can't project. These things can't get accurate you can't whatever. But at the time in two, thousand, thirteen me and one of my co workers created this whole widing crazy I mean, we made my two hundred and fifty slides about standridge in reproductive those wells within ten percent of what they've produced today. I did a look back like two months ago and we were within ten percent. are today and they were like six x off. So you know I mean it's not a mistake right? Like if you're knowledgeable engineer and you do the work and you know what you're doing with, it's not that hard. If you're within ten percent close enough will you know what you know what you know what? I'll say present company excluded but you know one of the rock child's back in the seventeenth century when an. England was building all the railroads. It may have been the eighteenth century. He said there three paths to ruin wine women and engineers the first. He said the first two or more fun the first two or more fun. But the third is the most certain and And and I say that with no disrespect to any engineer. Out there and certainly not my former partners at a cane anderson but I think what we missed as an industry is. I think we did a pretty good job a measured job of let's go blast the sang with more slick water more sand and see what happens we were measured in that the problem is we didn't realize. Doing. Over there I like blasting off anyway. We. I live in the hood we're out here. We're we're good friends with the president. My best friend I know everybody knows it so so So you know anyway, we're going with this I. Think we totally missed as an industry that the amount of risk we took to figure out if these bigger fraction work, there was equal or more risk when it came to down spacing and I think the problem as an industry that we had is we sorted down spaced out in the permian particularly the Delaware. And you figured out that the worst thing you did if you over drilled as you kinda hit eighty percent of the parent well in your like. All right. So that's our downside. Others. Tell you this Oklahoma in no way shape or form. behaved anywhere similar to what happened out in the permian particularly the Delaware when it came to spacing I, mean, you know we used to sit there and say, okay, you got a milkshake any put eight straws in it. If you suck out all the milk shake you know and you divide it by the eight straws. Okay. Maybe you're economics aren't great. Maybe next time at six straws. Will we found that happened in. Oklahoma is if you put in too many straws, you couldn't even get the milk shake out of the of the glass. So I mean you'd wind up if you put in, you know four straws you got all the milk shake out if you put in six draws, you got half the milk shake out I mean it it did not behave like. Any other sort of resource play that we've seen and I mean I think that's why the stack the scoop. You know and all that just turned into such a disaster because it wasn't behaving like anything and I'm a finance guy. So you guys need to correct me on this but just when I look at that I think what we probably missed is just friction I mean the oil and gas actually has to produce, and so we didn't really care about friction coming out. You know we just cared about blasting the rock open and all that sorta stuff I think maybe if we're GONNA have a next wave of technology and I don't really see the next wave of technology bid if we do maybe it's friction inhibitors. That that actually help and all that. But man, that was the craziest thing I've ever seen and Kitty I know you hate Oklahoma and I'm right there with you? All right so you know. Me and the getty loved talk about Oklahoma because Oklahoma Spirit interesting actual case study in a tell you what everybody missed but. Launch Smart People. Miss About Oklahoma in his actual truth I mean it's nerdy in it sounds like it's bullshit details that nobody should give talk about because you can't put it in a spreadsheet like the truth is bubbling right science actually got matters rate in the bubble point of oil in the stack is dramatically higher than say, let's go to the baaken or he will for or you know arts with West Texas, let's say right in. So what this comes down to is that we can talk about the stack the exact same. Way that we can talk about every conventional reservoir got drilled before the stack in the truth minding in about stack the nobody wants to could fry is that you chose not you personally but you'd industry chose to throw out the science behind simple being that I did when I was starting my career twenty years ago where I like, Hey, we'd roll allow we run in we grab a bottle sample of the oil we tested it right like Institu- sample of oil and we say, okay, what are the properties of this? Reservoir fluid characteristic trait in in the people were actually knew like are one of my best friends is a reservoir engineer continental in he'll tell you do like. We knew like there was tons of discussion when the snacks started out the PT Properties of the oil that was in the stack, and the fact is, is that you know your bubble in the stock oil is like six, six, five, hundred, PSI period, and so you know I can go back to my basic reservoir engineering. Class one. Oh, one in college and I can tell you guess what? When reservoir grabs low reservoir pressure or point pressure Recovery factor drops dramatically period in the story in. So guess what the Balking has a two thousand PSI bubble stack has a six thousand PSI bubble point in. So recovery factor for the box is going to be dramatically higher than the recovery factor from the stack industry I mean, that's it. In I will tell you man, you might have to edit this Alaister, but my buddy that worked continental. will say like who'd we knew it like we talked about it internally all the time we knew that stack bubble point was way too fucking high and all these you know twelve whatever you know perception twelve wells production units were gonNA fuck out again knew they were GonNa to and I would echo on that by saying I think I think you are are pretty familiar with Kitty Takin GIDDY SHIPS ON A. Massive shit on on stack scoop whatever mid comment in till you know you name it. You know it's a burn and so I've. Posted on some of the the biggest brewers, but I would say that you know in in Com-. In tandem that is, is you know Most of these companies you know at least industry. As a whole were were drinking the Kool aid of of adjusting the the drainage area defective during a jury of your wells if you will, and so you know adjusting your your stage leads your your cluster counts your operation counts per clustered and then very even sometimes that data. Corporation. Count for cluster of from the hill to the tow all that fun stuff to So you know I, mean I think I think it was just a mixture of those who aids but but as as willy. Willy Rate Your so eloquently, you know described meet at the end of the day science assigned. So even Fuck Art Berman. Sit here look identity he would. Cheers to that you know I mean so. Chuck what you think about Art Burma did. I, actually don't know are very well I mean I can only no art through a through twitter and we engaged in some stuff on twitter. So I don't rolling. Virgin. Steve. Carell in actuality was that Harry and that is a real I mean you. Know. I've missed that I mean I got three kids so. You understand. Let's Yeah. That's interesting. So. One of the things in kind of all seriousness that I, WANNA do here. Is Give you guys. kind of two avenues to explore one y'all have not beat up on the private equity model yet Yasha feel free to par. To Fire Way because you know I'm sitting here at least somewhat the poster boy for it. So fire away I'll I'll do my best to defend my brethren as much as I can and I'll fess up when we're where we fell short. So fire away man. Private. Equity Rules VR. Come on kids. Are Alright. Well, let me clarify. All right. We got kitties ducking his head. No. I'm not going GONNA keep going. I'M GONNA lead be go. Okay look because I'm a man of like I mean look we're on a podcast here. A, judge job podcasts. And is if It's anonymous twitter. And is only fair to rank about our. And I'M GONNA sue here. Fold over Levy RV. Taken. And I am the slack. Okay Yeah I've got less than you do so far away be RV. Let's hear this man. Very. This is not this is not collins podcast. Dude come on man. Yeah, I'm just going to say like, all right for one. I should on private equity lot. But the truth is is that what I talk about private equity in the sense of like the General Industry Private, equity investor early on asked by. Now. Might Indian orange private likely is a shitty investment because you know it's really it's just the opportunity to take private money and invest it in highly risky speculative. These whip you know type prospect, which I don't believe in personally like I've never done it I've never. It in me, which is probably why I'm not ridiculously wealthy. But. You know always sort of chaste things that I bought with Mike Nick, actual real money in real returns on something that I felt I could subsidiary one way. But you know when I talked about Rybeck really on energies into it. Ironically I'm not really talking about energy private equity arguing about identity is. More you know universal term, which is these guys that go in. You know it goes all the way back to. The. EMBAR bearings the gate right like it's the it's the guys that come in by these private companies skin him alive fire all their employees and move everything to China and pocket the arbitrage in you know I a single out traegergrills lot in. That's not because there are an especially terrible group is just what I know in. That's just you know like you've got a a a comedy, a private equity group that went in and they bought a grill company where they built it in a dude's barn. They have you know I think it was three under fifty employees in Oregon. Private Equity Group comes in they buy it lay layoff five percent of the workforce, and then they move everything to China and you know Now you know they just they enrich themselves but they've made the world worst place in my opinion and you know i. don't necessarily think that like I'm not I'm not a boy scout like I don't want the whole world, leave what I believe but like I think awareness matters in Mike I think if you understand you're doing like if you know like when I buy a trigger girl, I'm sporting a private equity company that went in Baden business that was owned by guy and had three hundred employees were again in. House supporting a group of people that laid all those people off route everything to China and Fuck Donald as people over, and you know shit all over the United States of America and I'm okay with that. Then cool like don't care like if that's cool with that's fine but I just want people to be aware. Now or gas evidently like me is just speculative bet on can reflect acreage and now that Shit's Dad I don't think that you know even relevant anymore I mean I, don't even know. Now private equity thinks like we're going to be like PDP buyers were going to be like conventional. We're going to do all this stuff but guess what you You can go spend three, hundred, million dollars drilling. Nine thousand foot vertical wells in western Oklahoma period. So guess what you'RE NOT GONNA BE You're not a conventional door. You're not GonNa do it I mean, just can't the dollars a whole dollar amount isn't there that you could ever execute on that business model that would be satisfactory the private equities returns and the amount of money that they need to make to gender this. Period. Now and I'm kind of you know I've been on other podcasts some on the record of saying. I don't know why we need to drill another. Well in the United States I mean, you know we're at the point where we took the pick a number, what fifteen million barrels of oil offline because of COVID and we've resettled back. We're certainly not at one hundred, million barrels a day So we're definitely lower than that. It'll be interesting to see what happens with air travel. So we know where the first fifteen million barrels, a day are gonNA come from in terms of demand, and so I don't know why there's a rig running at all. So I think you know you've heard me say this in a totally stole this line from Tommy News away suspect I mean I think we're in the age of the plumber I mean we're gonNA produce out. Pennies matter. Now we're going to automate wind up and hate this from the humanity side of it but I think we're GONNA. Have you know seventy five percent of the employees in the energy business being let go just because really don't need it I mean, how do you really need a pumper driving Bhai every well way now you don't. Know. especially if you're Modern, technology. So did you back two PP? was able to listen to be go on. I WANNA keep. Going on about the private equity side but at the same time I think it's fair that. Parlay with the public company talk about neighbor to Chime in too much on that real quick here I wanted to see if you can hear this crap in the scam. Right. Why? Draft. Cuts wide. Claw number six. had. How many glasses of wine cry like for Who knows Skid Free Yam this isn't calling for this is not Just, just want you to hear that here that I liked that bit quicker that can so but but. So Kitty here I think. Retailers. Copycat. Is Dish discrepancy in compensation from the top from the C. Suites all the way down to the bottom I mean the people that are really putting in the Labor, the sweat the the hours of behind all this were. Regardless, of the outcome of that we we care fight. Rona, we can't fight crazy Saudi and crazy. Drops. BRYSON's so Needless to say I would say one of the things is You know along the way chuck that Super Frustrating from from a younger, Guy? Standpoint. Being in industry is is a long away were seemingly achieving success were were outlaying capital were drilling wells. We're doing our jobs were obviously early days drone as many farewells as yeah. Saving that acreage baby just like my saw at. Your. Business, it's a great song. He's check it out to got kiddies profile but you know I'm just saying we're we're along the way we're doing our thing spending money drilling wells, growing production seemingly making cycle ray returns that are through and and and a long way you know we're making bonuses every year the younger guys are just living the dream like this amazing. I'm making six figs I'm getting these bonuses. and. Then in hindsight looking at data like like Tom Tom lower lawfully lowery. Feel incites I mean look at the data like that that came out today or the last days on number now get a little drop. Is like. A little bit Ayob right to see STU see the discrepancy in the amount of compensation. We don't need to discuss salary. We don't need to discuss stock differences because we get to the goes up. These executives get less daugh- when stock goes down these executives get more stock, but it's value neutral in it's always always more than the common man than the underlying man down relying brains and the people honest business, and it's frustrating and so finish without even just digging into up goes good and I'll go onto the private equity side Nelson look now we're talking about Senate we're talking about private equity stock fears if you will and and there's a huge discrepancy there the kitties had so many. Messages from France and the private equity world that that have had. That had you know parts of their businesses or their entire company split. In and then think them less thinking man. Crush it right now be discrepancy is outrageous and the guys have gone away with it over and over and over again and it's it's it's it's done. I'm done with it. You know and it doesn't have to go on any longer and we're all smart enough all of you. Be are all smart enough, and I am and. I encourage you. To get some friends, get your land man did year engineer. Dittrich geologist together must go you know also brings together. Business together in less. Let's just bowl this business over on his face because it's bullshit you and I both know. Will you know let me like argue against myself as a PRI- I'll I'll disillusioned bit on my private equity brethren. You know we as the private equity fund would invest. Obscene amount of money in to each one of these private equity funds and you know I know everybody talks about the obscene fees that we get through management fees. But at the end of the day, I really just rolled those under the next fund. So. In terms of did I live a great life. Yeah. Come on. I. Mean I've got a great life. There's no question about. Return on that when you rolled out into the night that next phone. Your breath fraternal. It's yeah. No, it's a it's a percent you know that you roll into. Will that's great if you earn eight but if if you take all your manager. If you take all your management fees and you invest in, you make point five times your money it's Kinda like oops. The managers make it right check I mean really never. But that's the misnomer. I mean come on him on. That's fair I. Mean I'm going to move back in with my parents before I get another job. So there's no doubt about that but. You know the the interesting thing is you do make a lot on management fees or no question. That's what it's happened but you're rolling a whole lot of those management fees investing in the next fund in know so like the down side. Private equity. The ugly side is if you can just get your money back on every fund than it's a great life when you get into postcode. Oils at thirty five dollars a barrel and you're talking about point five times your money you in effect you know have lost all the management fees that you that you. received. Now. Here's where I was going with the. So take your side of the Kitty is. You is the management team are being asked by me the private. Equity. Guy. To take twenty, five percent. To fifty percent of your net worth and put it into one company. Because I quote unquote, want you committed you know I quote unquote one? US Aligned in interest and all that sort of stuff. But man that's a hell of a concentration on things. Me As the Private Equity Guy, I'm taking an obscene amount of money I'm investing in the next fund but at least I get diversify across fifteen different investments you know. And so it's interesting is your argument against me is man I gotta put so much money into this one thing and blah blah blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Blah Blah. Is Interesting because it gets to me and then when I turn around and talk to my investors. I'm sitting there saying at least you get diversify across everything. You know eighty percent of my net worth tied up Owen Energy and what's interesting about that is. You know I've got. But I'll do it should have gone out in Georgia. Now. That's exactly right and you know what was so interesting about this and and and all and I'm glad you brought that up as. You know Morgan Stanley is my guy in I've got a guy there takes my money and I was always like, Hey, man I'm a throat across the transom. You just don't lose it. You don't need to make any money. I'm GONNA make kit. You just don't lose it and what was really interesting as he would every time we'd go raise a funny say all right. What's the risk of raising the fun I go I think whoa prices dropping. and He'd always say, let's put a short on that. You know let's put a short on the industry. 'CAUSE YOU'RE GONNA like. Take. All your management fee invest in the next fun. Let's go short it and maybe I'm too much of a boy scout but I never felt like I could do that 'cause I didn't WanNa go. Number One, I felt like it would've been a hundred percent disclosable right? If if I am short will and gas I need to tell the LP's Hey, guys I'm short you know you're going to go along I? Know you have an allocation you need to earn G. But I'M GONNA go short. I. Felt like I needed to disclose it. So I just could never do it but you know in hindsight, my guy at Morgan Stanley would send me an email. You know once every month San did if you had done the short, we said here's what you'd be worth. So I never did that but it's interesting 'cause. Your bitch about concentration and one asset. Comes to me and I'm turnaround to my investors going well, I'm so concentrated energy maybe not one you know twelve thousand acreage position in you know the scoop in Oklahoma. But you know you keep working at backed and so I think kind of all your criticisms about the private equity model, a really valid because at the end of the day, one of the things that happen. So you know I get shit canned I'm sitting around I can kinda like just be free and responsibilities and I'm thinking about things and one of the things just slapped me in the face. was willing gas literally since Titusville I mean literally since we discovered it. has always been a lottery ticket business. I mean it's oil can double. Why do I need to run a good business because when oil doubles I'm rich great or you can go drill a good well and boom you know my reserves quadruple and I'm rich. You know all that sort of stuff and I think today we are finally at the point. There is no more lottery ticket. I mean oil crisis cannot double. We cannot go find a new reservoir because every reservoir has been hit with slick water and S- so much sand we have nothing to do with. So now we actually have to run good businesses and you know I think that is the thing that's changed now and so anywhere just lay that out there because. You know now that we don't run these these lottery ticket businesses for lack of better description. I mean, it's like holy cow. We've got like all this concentration and a business said if we do it really well might earn five percent. I love you. I mean, I respect the factor fire away quit apologizing I'm not calling. Let's do it I. Mean under saying like Stones Dude we're good just fire away. You know as well as I do the private equity model is that within the realm of possibilities like we're gonNA take every Goddamn golf off stable going to Narin pocket right like heavy. Gas. Look more buffer like I've done the evaluation myself guys averaged in an upper teens rate of return over the course of his entire fucking career I mean period and so when you look at the private equity contract, which I had at one point is I worked for private equity and you know when you look at it, you're like Oh this is simple I have to do is perform fifty percent better than Warren Buffett performed over the average horse of his career Amer make a bunch of fucking money and like you know what like the fact is realistically In you know it's it's not gonNA to happen right but like. If you downside if you're if you are private equity and you say look is like. We don't think that investment is interesting if you're not going to deliver a thirty percent rate of return to us, right like then you know if you can be convinced that that's true. which most of these guys don't understand right like your fees the enough ignorance. Average. Private curve you know going gas engineer right like the. Guys don't understand the fact that like, Oh, if I make two and a half axe on money in five years that's like a phenomenal thing that. Not only is the hardest shit to do, but it's hard should to do within the amount of money that they're giving me like it's not that I'm starting to lemonade stand with fifty bucks and I'm trying to make it into two hundred and fifty bucks beat Saddam starting oil and gas company with one hundred and fifty million dollars and I've got to turn it into six hundred million dollars for this thing to actually Jin and making money right in. Battle the thing. I'm going to agree with you a real quick. In. Just don't you WANNA much drill. Plug it. Okay. Now. So what I was going to say you guys is I actually think in my twenty five years of investing in energy. and. Looking at it and trying to be intellectually honest. The chasing of the Alpha. The chasing of Alpha caused me to take more risks than I really should've you know I mean we the the the energy business is so incredibly unique in that Beta dominates right i. mean you can sit yeah. No I mean you can sit there and say, Hey, man, you paid me in two percent and I told you that Chevron was going to outperform Exxon by two hundred basis points. But I totally miss that oil prices would foul by fifty percent and lost two thirds of your money Yup. Right I mean that that that I think is the fundamental problem. With Energy and energy investing is that we look at it that way we've always chased Alpha we've sat there and said, Hey, management team you gotta give me a two and a half facts, and if you don't I'm GonNa pull the plug on you really quick and And and the like on all that. But you know at the end of the day I mean it's fucking hard. I mean drilling drilling horizontal wells figuring out what the FRAC I mean that's impossible and you know if you step back and you look at it, what do we sell we SOA fucking commodity, right? Your oil is the same as the oil across lease line. Your gas is the same as the other gas of feeds into the pipe behind right The drilling rig you get. It's a commodity. You can hire this rig that rig it's commodity the second you come up with a proprietary, FRAC. Guess what? The Service Company sells it to the Guy cross-line from you. I mean it is all commodity, and so you know chasing Alpha and energy is just fucking ludicrous I mean and. We've set up a whole entire investing system. For Real Estate Tra-. Yeah exactly. I'll let you go now or no I mean it's it's it's right. I mean when knew sit there and look at it we increase we created because at the end of the day right? What happens Actions Follow Incentives and we created an incredible. Immense Investing Society in energy. That's all about Alpha, and Alpha just doesn't fucking matter. Dad wrote Beta Beta matters man. Alpa matters in real estate. It matters biotech doesn't matter unwilling gas. Because Alpha can be a negative number enormously negative number cash right? Yeah, yeah. I mean Alpha Alpha matters when you're trying to date of Victoria's secret models. Right that's announced matters. That's right. Yup. Take the bottom rung dettori secret showcase. It'd be all right. Yeah exactly. I mean. I had this fight I had this huge. About EFD slap bites like I love slot fights on twitter. I don't back down at all you know and I had shoe duel. With you know our our favorite. Communist EFT member quick draw capital. No, I have to keep going I. Just wait over five questions. To q d c quick talk capital this podcast is going to go to the mother Fucking, Moon? Or DOT DOT DOT or out drug laughing kitty spaced dot dot dot either possible. So will he's going to continue well quick draw is a private equity due to New York and you know we don't need to go past that. But like I I had a big slap fight with them in a public form you know efd about this exact topic and I was like you know everybody tries to sell Alpha and oil and gas against nothing to fucking do with Al like your investors are give a flying book about, Alpha like. I mean you're like, Hey, guess what brown like everybody else in the energy delivered appoint four point five gave you half your money back and everybody else Dave you forty percent like nobody gives a shit that doesn't matter. Right? Like all people actually care about is like, what like how much did I give you an electron invested Back, five years later period in the story. Let me. Let. Me Defend my brethren here for just second and I don't WanNA sound like too much of a home or but. You know back in the late nineties early, two thousands Ken Hirsch was out there and he was raising money in private equity and he would show up at an institution of Pension Fund and they'd say Hey Ken. Go over and talk to our private capital Guy and the private capital guy or Gal. was doing bio venture private debt. You know all these things and Kimiko than say man. Energy is really interesting because we can do this this and this, and they'd say, okay how does that stack up against buyout all this and they would ever give him money or they wouldn't right and so that. So that was the world and then circa two, thousand, five to two, thousand, ten everybody Kinda felt energy was like how we need to actually create an allocation for right? And so it was like ten percent of the portfolio needs to be in real assets or fifteen. And when anybody went in from kind of two, thousand, five to two, thousand, ten, two, thousand, fifteen. The pitch was not energy as great because of this, this and this. They walked in to talking to. A natural resources person someone that really got it. And it was like why me versus in cab why me verses, in G., p. or quantum or whatever the case may be. But we're committed to ten to fifteen percent. Being in energy right and so they either chose you or they chosen cap or whatever, and your job was actually put that money to work. And so you know the one thing I have a beef with on on energy finance twitter not in a big way. Was You know Oh, you're so stupid and all that is like our job was actually put money to work. Because institutions had created a portfolio. That they wanted ten percent exposure energy, and so I would talk to investors and they you know very enlightening investors say ten percent and energy. It didn't really work out we got half or two thirds or three quarters of our money bag. But at the same time, because the energy prices were so low. Amazon was up five times, ten times and all that and so the one thing that if I was getting on my soapbox to talk to if t about is hey. Our job was to get money exposed to energy because that's what the client wanted. I get it like you know honestly got stolen out point in its its consideration that I didn't consider where if you say like portfolio analysis like, okay like if I'm going to just take this portfolio in I'm GonNa. Stress Desi across the board say like what happens if oil prices down twenty percent and how does it perform in the by Amazon stock kick ass because. All the trucks that drive and drop off stuff at people's houses will form extremely well, versus my energy stocks she had killed in. All are really doing is giving money to chuck to say like the exposure to energy right like. You know that's fair and it's interesting. Honestly I thought about it outlaying. Quo and I'm sorry I'm cutting you off but you know I had invest I had investor discussions where it was like all right. You're giving me a five percent return on energie why I literally had an investor tell me this why can't you give me four times my money like Amazon did and I said, do you know what Amazon's second largest constas? No while its energy and the fact that I can only give you five or ten percent. means that energy costs were low by definition Amazon should do really well quite frankly had oil gone to a hundred and I give you three bagger. Your Amazon wouldn't have done it, and so I don't WanNa. Say all this and sound like too much of a homer for private equity because God knows we made our mistakes and generally speaking the criticism you guys have of us is true. But I mean, that was our job. You know give me give me exposure to energy post taste. Well now Abyan I I if I walk criticism and you know I've been exact same shoes on I have. To I mean, my main priority is like you know the exact same as yours was right it's just like. We think that energy space, we WANNA get as much exposure to as we can I deep is possible. That's what you're getting paid to do in. In. So yeah, I mean like. You don't get shit if I. Edit that out. By the RV thinks that. Energy prices are gonNA be perform. Poorly because that's why you're talking to me is actually you know you don't give a shit perspective on energy prices is you want me to give you exposure, right? That's my job. My job. that. Oh, fighting's going up or down because that's what you think. That's your job in Niger job is you think that will prices GonNa be you know it's something that you want to be involved in over the next five years and all you want me to do is deliver you the most exposure for the lowest. Cost possible period in the story and not you know totally get it and and you know. I agree and. It's interesting though because it's it's that's what it is on the front end at least this is where I've been in my career like. We, we want you to give us exposure. We want you to give us you know Beta in. When it comes down to five years from now we're going to we're going to judge you on Alpha. Right right. Exactly, right, yeah. That's true. And in, you know what's interesting is really sophisticated institutions that invest with you. Truly grade you on where you rank vis-a-vis Beta you pick me up. Ten Twenty base points above Beta you did your job you know and actually they penalize you if your way outside of Beta 'cause they think you took too much risk. In. Quite frankly, they're probably right. Questions. We always liked him the podcast with five questions. Question Number One. So the first equation, every petroleum engineer in the world learns is Darcy's law. Of course unless you went to. Texas am. Within With it? You can establish the flow rate of an oil well and to summarize that equation, you multiply the permeability of the reservoir. Times. The Delta p? Let's use language. For those of you that don't know that's the difference in pressure across you know. Face. Exactly. So Delta Times Cross sectional. Divided by length. And what other variable. Guys are to petroleum engineers who claim to be this shit. What other variable, wrong what closed question? On Chuck I never succeeded in in listening and school. I was deeming the twitter famous efd folks I. Need a little repeat one more time question number one. So the first equation, every petroleum engineer in the world learns and Youtube guys. Are Distinguished Petroleum engineers is Darcy's law. Of course unless you went to Texas am. With it, you can establish the flow rate, an oil well, and let's just summarize the equation. You multiply the permeability of the reservoir. TIMES, the Delta P, which to the layman is the difference in pressure. Times Cross sectional area divided by length. And what other variable Nice. I didn't think you'd get it. What unit you measure viscosity pause. Dog. fucking. A yeller actually real engineers do because I'm booking smart and I'm worth more to not been paid motherfucker Nice say I'll give you boys that. Question Number One checkmark y'all got it. Question to. Roll call or new bit Friday. New Bit. Friday fucking. Really. Yeah. Yeah I mean I. Love. But you know personally I mean if you look at kiddies history, I, mean I I would I It's a goal addition on Efd I mean if there's anyone out there, they're trying to like you know mess with my answers on the spot by gotta go with the new bid. Because, my activity show so much and and scaling I mean it's been phenomenal. It's just it's a variety and it's just you get hit with something phenomenal. Every Friday? Yeah I do. Is the og in you know nobody can replace. It you're. You're talking about Snoop Dogg versus too short. It's two different categories in our will put myself in ladder in I will not say that I can compete Miskelly can't do it is the is You just he wins every time ends down discussion period in and he delivers he fucking delivers come to the new idea. He puts a lot of ought to do it. You just can't beat it. It's a beautiful. Nice. Question Three. True or false. quick-draw capital is a thirteen year old pre pugh besson boy. Who Read. Too Much of his daddy's oil and gas. Investor. False. I mean I'm going to hear the truth. I, mean. I mean he's bugging Commie. Dowse. Unreserved. All you just can't deny army but. I. Love the Guy I mean like I have plenty of Kami investors, the best of my business and I love the shutout of I. Mean there's good. Ask people that are communists in quick you one thousand percent kitty. supports cutesie. Quick jaw capital. Through. Cove. And Thin I mean can then but covid and? I. Mean. The dude has been through it all. He's he's in it. He's in the trenches, the capital trenches that is the dudes political madman. and he's welcome any of Ti I told quick. No I league keep plowing but just. I told him I was going to throw a jab at him and he says, Hey, thick skin. So all that. So question four, he actually showed me a new asshole I. Think we did. is so at least we will or we Would need applaud vacillating here now? Exactly maybe sponsor we need a sponsor for the bod because I've got none of those. Over three trolling. Exactly, exactly. All right question four and the name of the pod is Chuck Yates needs a job question for. Where do you see me in five years? Where we see Chuck. Yeah. I think you know here's what I can't check. So you know I'm about to go to rule thirty balls. Shallow vertical, own gas wells, the Northeast Oklahoma, and I think truck should. Give in on it. As being I, honestly think if I were to buy another working interest ever in my life that you should cut my dick off like liberal Bob it. I mean I'm just saying this this. This is not my Gig. That's what you know. Grow I. Mean you've been drilling walls per longer than I would say. John refunding drilling wells right I mean my answer. Would be. IC. Kitty. Sees. Yate. Blooming. And blossoming into one of the. Commentators. On Bob Memories upcoming are rated sports network. I can tell. You spent a lifetime drilling wells, but you can tell you. Just got the voice rather. Unproven. You got the brains and the private equity shit is and and right now on the pod early time in even on the early videos you posted to the twits I mean you you proven you got the boys I think I think you're gonNA give Bob Run for his money in and rather out the ballots gonNA end up for us. That's good. He's answer. Hey. Into this scenario, right like wishes step actress I said, I'm chuck. This is chuck Gates Talking Right now. Hey, the investor you've got a hundred million bucks like I know in the past all we've done is flip shit fucking asses. Here's a plan to sell oil for more money than it costs us to drill it. We're gonNA fucking do something different here. This is older right here. were. Be. Are. Of always wondered about eft and all this is you know you're on Reuters talking about how you made four million bugs. and Dr W is his answer to everything. Right is well booking Richard New are right. Is this something about having our as a middle name that means you always have to bring up money. Kinnear you with me on this sir. Just wait for the answer. Exactly. Right. Lay It on us be RV hey you know I mean. Is White, House Pretty Nice Everything's notch. Imported. I haven't drank from a glass that wouldn't a whistle. Arrived Mafia around the rim. It would just whistle. Word Nine the Blue Bird Nashville breakfast ally get. That state and you know enjoy this. Phenomenal addio. His, like the patio. Shell should go see. It was made honestly it was made sure this shit. The show should goes May. off of. The. LP's in the innocent investors, and so it's it's a shame but it's it's a joy to enjoy Iran value. Question Five. Would either of you liked to come out of the closet tonight Now. GIDDY would like to formally come out of the closet chuck. Nice lead on US Kitty. No. They want. Hey, hey guys. This has been amazing. It's been a lot of fun. And You know it's so funny about it as a sub done two of these pods there in the can promise they're going to get out I mean it's the tone Loc- problem and we've gone past that and I'm GonNa wind ending every one of these pods with the same thing will be back in two weeks where our topic will be great achievements and energy finance by really short people. A Hey Hey, around this out chugged Kitty, and beer beer sitting here, looking at a table full of empty wyckoff mango actually flavored. Seltzer and a M. T.. Ball. Of. Some. Great. why here? Some red wine actually we both enjoyed along with the stakes of your be cooked But you know we did see your video earlier in the day you flex in that why muscle and so we thought we'd just ended tonight by just asking you with the damage was like on your head. At very fair question I brought the bond over and I know I showed on the video, the single bottles and actually what I did was the one and a half leaders. So the magnums abroad a couple of over to studio me chase and Andy Drank both magnums. I think I led the way those two guys are sitting there shaking their heads at me saying we didn't get enough. Guys. This was awesome. Thank you so much for doing it. Take care. Love you guys which are clergyman Thea.

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Disconnected 042: Electronic PokeSoft Season Pass DLC (feat. LEX the Lexicon Artist)

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Disconnected 042: Electronic PokeSoft Season Pass DLC (feat. LEX the Lexicon Artist)

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Because people get triggered when you're actually actually playing the game like a real person instead of you know how it really words which is you play a game. You Die if you hundred times especially when you're playing survive Oregon resolving but everyone of course who's beat the game a thousand times just wants to see when you beat it so it's one of those things we just keep the call. Okay so see what you did determine down so the videos that I did on facebook spoke live with a when I was in California. So I'm just putting all the like it's too long to do just video because it'd be like an hour long It's so I'm doing wines. Yeah so I'm breaking it down and I'm just playing with it right now to see but I have to record an intro. And that's why I needed a Mike. And Ah Webcam say Mike Moles I. I don't know why but okay. So Oh that's the. That's our Josh. What happened in your world So for me. I've been playing mega man. X Legacy on Swabia boy. That's been fun on a seriously. Need to get like a pro controller or something. 'cause yeah on the Property Pad if you've ever played on the light with the D pad without it yeah it's pretty rough and Boy Howdy. Apartment is probably just me. Being Rusty in another part is probably the controller A little bit of maybe. Yeah but I mean XS a fun game is it is honestly. I would probably say I mean mega mega amount. You Always GonNa be that plastics especially with the soundtrack I tell you believe mega man soundtrack. But the X. series is really as an actual like leg of games. I would say that the extra grind strongest always played more of the X.. Games in the regular mega man games. Unfortunately what else. It was also a yu-gi-oh filled weekend. Nice yes a Friday night went to the local Thinking no way out one you gotta win by otherwise everything else was pretty much a draw. That was at the far away. One right here in town okay. Okay yeah then. Saturday mean. A few buddies went over to new braunfels for there was a pro play games. Invitational Event went there So you know if you get first place you get an invite to the pro toward they have so we left pretty early. Drove out there and that one I got I got two wins. One of them was a buy one of those who don't know oh by is a by is is pretty much when you just don't go against anybody like they bailed or yeah like they either laugh or maybe there weren't too many people in the bracket okay so since auto in basically yeah because of circumstances Ryan. Yeah I wanted to make sure I mean. I've learned that from listening to people talk but for people. Yeah so yeah that was Kinda lame but you you WANNA YOU WANNA enter for money you want to with just pride. If it's for money. Fuck every fucking yeah. I don't remember. I think I might have found a cash prize. I don't remember but the wind that I did get. It was kind of hilarious but I also felt a little bad I know I told you so. 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There are seventy of the card kind of banking on the fact of your opponent not knowing what it does in a way well it needed burden like if it was the anime intimate very intimate only segue into yu-gi-oh but at the same time that's how I view Ucar like that is like a fool me once car not necessarily go against this guy again. He probably won't do it again. Yeah I mean what the Card Daddy Order. Sometimes on some people when they see the card their dislike knocking to be able to get over it. And they'll just concede But yeah no he. He didn't know how it works so he decides to crash into and and whoops. Yeah Yeah I tell him how the ability words he's like. I Don yeah like yeah. Sorry Buddy you take three thousand damage in your monsters dead So and then the second round I was able to get it off again. Yeah so that was fun then after after that. Oh actually one of the guys I went with. He ended up getting second place. So that was Kinda cool. That's cool And then after that we went back into town and we decided to hit up the local event at seven at heroes. So went there I only got one win. Out of four rounds everything else was just a loss. I felt really bad with my win. Because those against the little doc ID boy and his mom were there. And he's playing a hero's deck and we're talking about like yu-gi-oh Koji X.. Heroes like I summit elemental hero wild heart poor thing okay along just like watching the barrel kids now I badly. I ended the game that you talk to get good. No I was just like Oh fun game like I mean he got. Oh my life points down to three thousand six hundred because of a card so yeah so there were parts where a held back because I had some And my background set up and he was popping stuff. I could've negated and just let it go. Yeah I have not let him play the cable. So yeah he does that I had that same boss monster out and he plays a card where he can name a target and every time that monsters effect activates my life points gets cut in half so he he decides to attack it again and I'm like like points points. Don't matter in this game this affects. You absorb your monsters attack. He's like okay. Well you take have damaged. That's fine right because I'm GONNA win anyway. Lucky that it wasn't one of those things where the kid is just a sleeper and he just shredded. Your didn't happen. Where he's he's just like spam would have been? I am supreme beard. Yeah and then there were some other frustrating moments. 'cause I'm still learning and this this one guy during one of the turns he's all like doom two straight up. I'll tell you you're GONNA lose this exact turn. I don't know why you did this. You should have just done this instead so with Australia. You're sounding eight like yeah yeah. Of course he presses with not trying to be mean and not yeah. You always wall. All of that line is always a bad thing. So He's reading government won't feel it felt like really I don't know but yeah but I mean I went on discord was chatting to some people about it and some of the groups and they were pretty much like no your decisions. Decisions were valid like. It's what a human would do that. Didn't over analyze the game. Yeah like there were times where I think he he knew I was learning but he said some things things were clearly. He didn't know how my hand was. Because that just makes me think of when pat was talking about when he was learning League of legends man like even though is literally when it was first matches people accusing him of throwing the game. He didn't know the terminology kept using lingo at him. Till I tell them what to do. Rather than and even when he would ask what does that mean. For example determine the reason was leash. Y- apparently relevant whatever character who was playing and they were just like it was just like what's that. What is the leash meet leash? And they were just like Lucia version all calves. And you're saying and you're just like but I but I don't know what the the fuck that means. And then of course he just had to guess what that meant and it was wrong really mad and there were destroyed go focus murph account just fucking throwing the energies and it's just is like what would never play legal fucking anyways but but yeah because there was an instance where So I have a card where it leaves the field. I can discard a a type of monster cyber monster which is all my deck runs pretty much and I can draw two cards while I had to use it for so many material now and the end of the game you could plus all of that right. I was like yeah but the only had I could lose one that I needed. I would've been like I would have been just didn't do it. Yeah I totally knew that I wanted to change because I was doing all day. You you like all day. I was doing that and I had the material and the resources to do so but during that game like I had a pretty rough hand I really couldn't so that was frustrating. The same guy. So gut damages sounds annoying but Yeah it was very packed day and I guess it exhausted me so much. 'cause I slept about like six thirty today. Damn Shit Yeah you went all out. Yeah there's that Yep yeah and then then Friday you and I went to the local museum. The winning him it was on the last days of the mythical creatures it wasn't that we belong working now. I Work Fridays weekends. Oh Oh so. We went to the last days of the mythical Jellicoe cats those last days of the mythical creatures exhibit which was a lot of fun it was wasn't that group now you know it sucked all right so I find contra now okay so that's pretty awesome and I just. I haven't been to the museum in years and at any museum but even though it means it was the last one I went two years ago. Console in order to watch this week's few minutes video we'll have hd footage running at sixty seven sixty. It's running better than we were there. There's more lag in real life when I was there than what I captured on video but anyway so there's a lot of fun the crack in drag in record as they had dog had an Arbel they had They had a big thing. Big Old HARAMBASIC. That was they're they're trying to do the big EMU. Oh they had one of those Chinese paper dragons even worse I was. I was thinking about inviting you and I said she. She can't go busy. How dare I assume as scheduled living anyway? Oh you bet so. Check out my video. I gotta go which is pretty much everyone else but being josh and she got to check. Check it out this This upcoming Wednesday when I make my video on that. So there's that It was a lot of fun and I hope you guys enjoy it as if you were. There can pertain. Tame thank him for dead but they also thing either. Oh yeah the actually. The Tuba cover was there and knew the little action thing sculpture gift shop with a bunch of got with UNICORNS. pooping that little toy pooped out by Jill. It was a lot of fun. Oh they had attended mass mansa. GotTa we gotTa make our own dragons and I made a real asshole looking on so and then when you release it I I I was just going to fuck. Do they mean release it. Did they meet billy this Shit Shit. I looked up. And there's a screen where he gets the everyone's dragging the decorator running around old. It wasn't as cool as a sound is gonNA look really refunding the video but it's also one place where you could take like the mammoth bones and try to construct a giant of it. Yeah I can see how the Greeks fuck why. Why are you can see the tail where I put it in his head? which is what I did? I know sourcing to But anyways I wasn't that great and they there was two pokemon the references and more dragon ball z reference. So that was the thing it was the second pokemon reference a PA and the other one was new. The a-bomb live. I have to check my photos again. Other drag all one was kind of funny. I know for the tenue they did. Mention like tankers are often depicted in Japanese anime. A kind of cartoon cartoon really a real tired of tainting the description of that at least tried to explain what the fuck enemy is. Yeah is yeah yeah it was all right it was pretty. It was fun it was actually a lot of fun. You didn't miss much really afterwards and then I wouldn't played yu-gi-oh play the. US The traffic. He would want to be there for them. They're right there was certainly traffic right and then other than that. This week I play Contra a collection I have these the code because I I recently watched my James Video when they beat a super C and they just beat it with no continues and no life code and I was just like. How's that thing? I use that I still use to continue to get through most of the fucking gay but contre really hard like really hard a lot of fun but still easier with one person though for sure then with T. people people because unless you guys have that synergy going on fucking hell. That game is hard feeding. Yes basically now I keep coughing offing lot Valerie. And now I ain't call now it's GonNa be really hard to record Karma you're gonNA anything like the Woody Museum. Museum was anyways the job I also play calling and you're working and played college blue. which is it's interesting because I've played sitting city which is a game and this one a lot more? It's really similar. I just realized that the thing that made it different I was wondering also different about it. The first I on it's literally different game was that it's first person and singing songs in third person. So that's what I realize. Oh this is like really boring your face on ships happening. We're going to get attacked by tentacles. Tentacles were there to. They basically talked about any museum. They talked about the crack. It and you know what people mistaken mistaken for mold or something and then they had what the the scene of the fake mermaids which like a monkey with fish is pretty disgusting. I've always heard about discussing but in person but that was enough hanging out. Ns seeing Ray. For whatever reason ray was up it's ass. Yeah the real thing. It had managed the cigarette. which are both mermaids? Yeah because all along maybe people are still the guys like complaining. I read one six museum which explained the people must have mad at ease for detonates. But the stingray is still them get creature the giant urban there ain't nothing maybe out of those damage shark up there too and I was joking like Oh yes the mythical mythical hammer unless no way no nine and get there yeah. 'cause there was a power they talk about. How when you see whales and dolphins like breaching like Kinda mistook it for those old drawings of serpents offense? Yeah that's sort of probably thinks testing but shirt doesn't breach why would they push but I wasn't Ra. There's there's no segue fucking hell again but fuck it so on the line. She's been suffering this whole time. Don't worry everyone's been listening. Assist Bang on for fucking forever about our lives. Here's the Damn Museum but we have the lexicon artists on the line. Narco rapper all around entertainer. How you doing? Let's hello everybody. I'm hearing wow all right anything interesting have you. Did you go museum without a friend sometime sometimes week man. I mean. I've been really busy this week. To a variety of different things But if allow me to talk like some something that I've been doing this week I actually just like a couple days ago. I Started on the series that I've always been meaning to watch but having and that's Vilma commits brotherhood. And I've been powering through that things saying like every day down have some self control and watching like ten episodes and then going to the gym and then saying like I'm word myself with another episode when I get back from the gym. That's kind of been my deal the last three days or so and like I've watched the for original original documents that I've always been told to watch when you want. We want some two thousand eight. Yeah Yeah Yeah and like I'm not done with it yet but I'm it's like Oh God like some self control but it's it's good. It's really good. I'm really enjoying it is. It is an awesome awesome like fair terminology to use on what it is. Is it a rene visit a retelling to my knowledge boot. So to my knowledge the original really strayed from the Manga so with Brotherhood. They try to make it now. I never finished watching the original. Full metal alchemist. Awesome Osama May. I have not read the Manga. Most people have told me. Don't even bother finishing your show and main just what Brotherhood instead I've got. Yeah yeah so for people who haven't haven't finished Even the the original. It's like it doesn't really. It hasn't anime original story but it isn't and really that good why there isn't really apply unless you want to experience two different paths that this these to take But especially when full albums original with me into that three the Mongla ongoing but then they ran out of context adaptable Manga so they ended of making up their own stuff. They just kind of like pantic. Obviously that number go along better. They made the Reema. Fake but remake is actually a faithful adaptation of the Manga. After it's finished so that's what I'm watching right now but I had to kind of those parts of that. I'm going to Brotherhood that overlap with the original because they're calling the same type of the monk but it was only like ten episodes but after ten does it was like all new material like okay cool and honestly a lot better. That's insane this only ten minutes or ten episodes and then for the formal yeah bad much. It's strayed great that hard. I guess I know that like it. It definitely never from every anime fan. I know from casual levels. I'm super casualty. I know people who are more like really an anime will all agree though that whatever it strays. It's like helping like our health runs out fuck in anime Manga material. Holy Shit Sucks. It's so bad is really really shitty after that and then you have berserk which is another one. Where on what the fuck happening anymore like? Yeah well the problem with the current one and I think it's probably just the budget shit eating shit at an that animation is so so bad so there's yeah now with this sort of thing is like planning is really important like there are a lot of series that like fema is one of them like what the writer plan in the very beginning actually matter towards the end because they aren't just talking like cutting everything like ours they are just like making shit as ignore. It hasn't plans as a very beginning so like when you don't follow the original Manga writer plan again only illegal raw thinking about like for example like everything is planned out way to dance like every single reveal. You could go back and see like Oh. We're both was like something like a revealing pecan three. You could go back to them on be like Oh this is this is what they were referring to meant that moment that that would only like came back like a payoff came back to later imagine if creators of attack on Titan the anime like didn't follow follow the Manga writer story at all. It would be careful because they wouldn't know how to call back to the initial reverend's so it just never works well and yeah But like my my FM HD is it's great and I'm really enjoying it and watch it a long time ago but I'm Grab it on that but it was really better late than ever. That's the exact casals because yeah no I just I never watched the original well and I just watched brotherhood and I have no point of reference to the original but I always heard that the that play. Better Have you been playing any games lately. I don't think I've played any games I think I've doesn't even a new game but probably the last game I play was at a friend's house while On sweats it's We were playing that. What is it called? God is a visual novel game. Our Country Daddy. It's like oh it's invading them. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah it's like you know you poor people that and you move into like a call us back with a whole bunch of people and you'll take them so and like I was pretty good at it but you know I only played a while house so you have a new album album coming as forthcoming or already drove does not make sure. Oh no no it has dropped you at now. Yeah it is worth coming. I've actually spent the last couple of weeks working very hard on my getting it done I have one song that is still being Britain and I was working on it today and I have to get to be recorded But eventually doing is recording. A stemming uploading uploading at to engineer and having my engineering makes everything down and that's Kinda dig in the back of process Maybe like reporter awake but yeah it's it's been a work in progress and you know it actually just creation is a hard thing I mean like as as you guys probably nosy work in the game industry. You know gaming. Is You games or even harder to make the right out. This like fully fleshed out story or I guess it's a little more ambitious in the last one. It has like kind of fuller concept and more like interesting concept but I'm tackling But I think that's why taking longer and it's still isn't even as at the level of complexity as a game you know it's still kinda like stitch together like it's sixteen track act of tracks about different things together by dislike common concept but yeah it's taken a while and I just wanted to take my the time that they get it perfect but I also want people here but I kinda WanNa rush it out. I think I'm not at the finish line here like this week. I can get it though like like this coming week. I could get it done like this last saw. I'm working on like actually is kind of inspired by this day And I have a couple of lines that referenced. I just added them today. I was like Oh cool. You know. This is a show that I've been watching. I think it's a great show put some references in here. But it's not it's not like about the characters just taking the concept of the anime But Yeah The song long that closes out the album and I don't even know that it's going to be on the album. I appear down but yeah I'm really trying to get that done like and start. Start working on the promotion cycle and that is a whole south and I only started running it up today. Yeah yes like the promotion cycles like okay like you want album released show. Okay I have to have a video. I need to make sure that the podcast getting to make sure that the Prescott says the got so much wire and really kinda Latin weekend by watching a whole bunch of anime before I like step on the pedal. I bet that's good to have that moment because you don't WanNa go high stress in a high stress because then you're like even though it's something you're passionate about and it's fun to do do you don't want to Overdo yourself still because even having fun and liking what you do. It's kind of what I always tell. People content creator stuff especially for those who do it fulltime China's that it's their dream job like at the same time. There's so much that goes into it. It has all it's like demons. And stresses too so like like. It's not a perfect. Nothing's perfect thing even if you're if you're doing it as a as a passion project or for your well being like there's some sort of thing that's takes a lot of effort work so yeah that's hidden for my wellbeing kidding. This is a fine Micah. The creation is the hardest part of it Promotion is low more fun and performances like my favorite part of it but like the creation part like I wish wish I could just get the part because it's really hard and I just wanted to get it. Perfect man. Obviously nothing survey said and yeah. It's like Helena the creation I fucking hate it I. I don't I don't like anything I mean. That's an interesting thing. Go from a lot of all sorts for music everything degree like I I remember on castle superbeets or super best friend cast. They were talking about how a lot of them have never really experienced their own stuff. Once it's been pushed out like sometimes they get to hear about like like especially for those who have the video editors and everything that literally all the final chopping so those are just like. Oh we got into my video. That's the thing that Oh yeah okay like. That's the thing that's the thing. Yeah that's yeah totally. I mean like my take on it. Is this like my last album raising ago. All right Granted when I did the spotify review the you know that like spotify interview thing when you look at your pets of listening throughout the years I did that and it showed that my most listen to albums was eight mile album in twenty eight. I can't say that you didn't listen to it. I can't say that it didn't listen to it however what I do know that I no no longer looking to it I just like I don't really listen to our music. Like a I create it and then ship it off off to the mixing and mastering mixing master. Mix It all down and it comes back and by that time I like listening to the multiple iterations just like make sure that the the the kind of the cracks in the issue fixed at already. Listen I've already burned about all of that. And by the time I like ship it push up okay cool. Here's the album enjoy and never go back. I'll just because I know some artists once they get something out they yeah like you said. Don't look back on it. They just keep trying to move forward rather than focusing on what they previously. which from I I mean every every different right i? I'm I'm kind of these exaggerated. It's not like I don't like myself. I don't really go back to it that much. It's like I know what my music delivers. As far as value for people who consume it and people who listen to it and I know that it's one of the reasons to continue making music because I know that like what I do is going to be like enjoyed by like walk people and it's GonNa mean a lot of them and it's going to generate value in their line uh-huh and I think that like there's value that and that's one of the main reasons I actually take. Music is to help other people and they feel good It is less about my. I think it is somewhat less about my own freedom freedom of expression and like a way of my expression than I think it is a tool for me me to get my message to other For that they can feel better about themselves so in a way. It's like sort of like an altruistic feet That isn't to say that I enjoyed doing it but I think people who've goals are different. You know I think a lot of nutrition or musicians. At least I know they're like Oh yeah like music is my life. I you know I can't live without creating music and like I will create music everyday and music is just like my soul and like if my patch I I love music anything. I grew up playing the In in context that I didn't enjoy and context that I did enjoy and it's really really big part of my life however like I I I see it as more of a service to others as opposed to filling my own side but that make sense. It's all it's a little convoluted I understand. Yeah I think I think that's just part of the processes convoluted is so much stuff that goes into it. Yeah yeah totally. So it's not like I don't look back I I get bored of my oldster more easily because once it's out there I'm like okay. It's replay cookeville perfect. Now now people can just whatever why But now I WANNA make new stuff because like I wanNA perform new so performing it like a really fun part of my a job getting on stage and like bowling going all out I don't know if any of your been my life performance but like it's it's kind of like a very Very energy expenditure of a task a lot of energy jumping around a lot of yelling and hiring ISA like all over it gets people high with UH yeah go ahead if you had a show recently with. Mc Chris Right I I had I wanted to show them. Yeah you did right okay. Yeah no because I saw a livestream. Both of the all stuff Recently that's actually delay. What are the things I did watch when I did see some live stuff? I haven't seen you in person yet but definitely right on. Yeah Yeah but a couple of live streams. I don't knows he ever got my set but like sometimes he would do livestream of its own set on tour When he was doing show but yeah I like I traveled around the country with that guy for like five weeks Yeah there's a lot of fun. I enjoyed ED milder point If I'm like it I'm trying to have fun and do something that I enjoy at like could put a lot a lot of energy into. I can't keep doing the same old stuff so I get bored of mouth soccer legally so I just want keep making new ones that as one of the reasons. I am in putting the album good so we've had several nerd Cooper's on here now we had oh my we had IQ Hugh we had Shelves Bill. How did you get? What was your beginning routes like? How did you serve server like kind of in this nerd corps seeing particularly? How long ago was your initial entry and exposure to that a- and were you already doing music prior or is that also your like entry into music as well So I was classically trained and when I was young I started playing music when I was eight. Years Old I played like Violin Piano so I've always been a musician and and I've consumed a whole bunch of different types of music in different varieties acetates and perform the whole different music like in an orchestra conduct cover. Band played bass like instruments As far as vocal performance. I never really did much other than Teriyaki until I and you uh-huh cover stuff until I started to write my own stuff in two thousand sixteen so at this point Maybe three and a half years ago so summer of two thousand sixteen I I decided to start writing my own stuff and having listen to a whole bunch of hip hop earlier in my life a kind of like came really naturally to me so so when I started writing lyrics third performing Pub Blake and pretty soon I decided to kind of take it online and On facebook I joined this facebook group that had a lot of people in their core involved in it and I started posting stuff on facebook group and I would say that's probably around Bradley. Two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen and then started from there. I was involved. Some of you know their competitions like EPC's BBC A competition that when I participate actually Made A team of Ohio. Who was my a particular and he made beats for me and Iraq and we were called the fishing together and that there are a lot of people who have paid attention all throughout route twenty seventeen and then twenty eighteen? That was when things started to pick up. I started getting more gigs. Like within the scene And that whole bunch of people plot south by South West Twenty eighteen and from there I was In San Francisco and then he defended book. MINYARD's national autour point eighteen cool car so we went on tour play eighteen Seven weeks all across the US and Dan. Yeah that was the start of really good base. Because you know politically Chris. Great a lot of people got to see what I do and a lot of. People became acquainted with microphones. I propose them anything. And those fans of kind of stuck with me since then and they came out again actually requested to see dead last year playing nineteen so I went on tour with empty Chris again until nineteen last year. And Yeah that was Yeah it was. That's basically the progression of my career. As far as the entry point as I said points sixteen I didn't really Necessarily Surly kind of stumble into nerd corps by accident. which a lot of people did I kind of targeted it as a target market? I was okay. These people are going to enjoy my sound. My boys the things I talk about. They're gonNA love it so it was like a targeting target in marketing effort. I was like okay. I'M GONNA make music to impact if people run great might be the ethnic people and work though. I love hearing their stories. Just because everyone's story is pretty damn different and then on top of that. It's as you're talking about. How just naturally it made sense for that to be your target audience? It's kind of like the way it worked out. Where a lot of guests we looked are either 'cause players or an article rappers because it's such a fit in terms of of crossover interest and everything where it's always just been a lot of like fun meeting all Y'all now definitely excited? You know you. National Tour Gan. Dan You know we always. We went to go see after we had Shops and bill on when we go on their tour we actually coordinated to go. See them in Austin so it was nice is actually meeting up with Zad everything. So definitely view swing by specially Austin or Austin area. Where where they're like hundred percent and like once wants your album drops into and everything you know? We always like to use our ad spot area. Everything got the plug yonkers once they all have been. Here's a guest. We always got you. Also it's going to be a lot of funds so that's good to hear thank you. Of course you divert in Austin or San Antonio of Joanie O.. But we can make the commute of neither the GIG. I mean Austin's our way. Yeah Yeah it's not it's not far. Yeah Yeah Well I don't know what my neck thank you my next door honestly it kind of depends on what opportunity back there. But I'm sure that often orpheum tonio not far off and Dan. Yeah you will be hearing about it when it happened. Sweet awesome here So with all that when it comes to soundtracks is there in particular you can do one of each or whatever or you just like that one choice anime or video game sound. Check that still sticks with you for like forever forever. Even if it's from like a long time ago it still get you every time you hear it. I have a great story about this. Go on tour with Empty Chris. Who last last year in twenty nine? I was talking to my tour made about how all of a sudden it just randomly. I like remembered that I used to play mega man. X Cry and Mega Man. Six I on the PS one. And what. I had like a playstation when I was much younger and it has just you know those games at just come amount and I don't know where I got this memory grim but then I like looked up. I looked at all all the soundtrack but I remember music to these game. And listen to the music of mega man x five. It just brought back memories like Whoa like I really liked it So yeah mega man. X Five and x six had really great soundtrack. As I think I will always remember because I played in over and over what I was super young. I don't I don't remember how old I was. They had to be like a formative tight. Like maybe like seven or eight years old or nine years old. Yeah like before I was a teenager. Era Oh yeah. The mega man x six soundtrack. I remember I didn't I never played too much of it. x five. I played a whole bunch of love but I remember like being on online forums and people talking about the mega man x six soundtrack. Even though they didn't really care much for the game 'cause I know how it got a lot of criticism but the soundtrack was blowing people away because I think it was one of the first ones where they were straight up using like electrical talk guitars and stuff like that like the quality was just you know the Midi sound full. Yeah words like IOS soundtracks soundtrack. Like really sick. It was just love the fact that we haven't had any repeats like with all the guests we've had in the last like three eight plus months. Everyone always had a different. I just love that from persona to the mega man. It's really awesome. Because that's the thing everyone just has that soundtrack that like really stuck with them and anyone who's played any amount of games like has heard something where they're just like yeah. I still figure that to this day which is like really cool to hear so no. Yeah no good choices and mega man soundtrack for me like when I always like I don't remember socially wildly old evaluate here assange because mega just of course as you samples like it's really good. It's out of the way sampling sorge. I just remember way back win that one pretty popular video. I think it was like a Japanese medley of Wylie's cats all. That's hard even though I could never really beat all of the stuff because that's hard of course Sally I've even though I've like played a few games I've yet to ever be one thaddeus hard also reflects is used to be and I definitely after that Contra I remember being a lot legitimately honored how many data take me to be the first stage when my brother is though at least for the first couple of stages with no deaths and I'm just like this is variously. Nfl Am I doing doing. It took me three tries earlier tonight to defeat Chill Penguin. I felt like this twenty myself. I should have gotten this on the second. Try if that even didn't feel bad any interesting tour life stories. I'm sure there's always some. Is there anyone you're allow you feel comfortable because I've ever had. I was told McHugh wild out one. That's a fun story but anything interesting own buying. I'm sure there's a lot a long time. What type of interesting because is like I I like? I've been on tour in the last like two years like twenty eighteen nineteen. I've been on for three times and each of those torch was very different and we went to like pretty different places so you can have like a store you WanNa hear just to give a couple examples. Lina past guests talked about is like for example. I didn't necessarily have his own anecdote but he did talk about the time that he missed out. When like I was hanging out with Nobumitsu Matsu or whatever and then like totally that moment and then you know shove just talk about one time where she got really fucked up during the show and then like a barely remembered it is but obviously survived it? Just anything anything you just feel like a fun town legacy tail for the road. Yeah I got a perfect one while you're talking who knows leaking and like I really good one that actually made it in the rest of my stage banter for the rest of the tour so In this last torn play nineteen We he went basically went from the west coast up and then through kind of the Empty Quarter like all the way through the north of the US. And then one loop back around to the east coast. I would've where I live and We played Montana. We Played Pool Montana on the eighteenth October and it was a it was a Friday show. Oh and it was in a VFW. In missoula. And I think like some people had like a connection to the VFW ended up getting VFW. It was eight interesting. Faith Woman Bama space that it was packed with so many people I was expecting like Friday night at in the Dula to be like that with it. worked to fantastic like everyone was really really high and have a song called Glasses in that one. It's it goes get off your asses. I'm a rectifier. Hit Him with the glasses right and it's all like what do the do it live. I tell people say get off your asses. I'm a rap star. Hit Him with the glasses and while it was doing but as far as being the song like get off your asses. I'm a rap star classes and as I was saying with the glasses. 'cause I feel like staying grays decided my head and in the heat of the moment I didn't really understand what it was and I had no idea what happened tonight. The thing and then after the Song I looked out I was like someone just threw their glasses very literal soon needed in the form wonders literally. Hit me with the glasses hair next to me on the four you need to see. Don't you pick it up. Yeah and I put it in my car Dr and and put it in the glove box. I looked like I gotta make the post on facebook and see us anymore. Want glasses. 'cause either researcher lad they probably need them. No one ever responded like hey like someone's hitting with the glasses back. No one responded really funny but the classes never claimed will probably have some. They're not like fiction. Thank you while they were someone's old pair them for justice throw at her. It's I there. Were dedicated. Another pair of prescription right now that I need for tonight. Show why you'll find highly Recommend I'm glad that it did throwing shit on. You know what I used. I used to be in a thrash metal bed and some of their shows got pretty wild. Like Anybody any type of genre any show. Don't throw share. Yeah people on stage like there's no situation in which is much money like maybe but very independent but other than that like don't throw like I like like glasses or even though your own shoes like those the you know there was that thing where they were talking talking about it a lot fitzgerald's locally or just as talking about how there was like a hip hop show and folks first of all mixed together there's a booking looking error I think and so there's a lot of tension in the crowd already and then someone threw mic stand and it became a brawl and the whole thing so like this is the kind of stuff that can come out of that bullshit like you know sometimes it just comes out as a hilarious tale and other times it became a tale of a low rivers like you know so don't so let's say to be fair though to be considering the Purvis used that situation could have been worse though house actually silver lining last night. Yeah I was expecting to see Lhasa. Yeah Yeah so at least. She's but yeah I'm pretty well encounter a good show. They were they were very it. Let this story help. People think twice with the lyrical content if we it has a shop show she was so aggressive. If we did have this shit that she had said like in the song we would have killed each other. Actually she. Has this song called broken glass. Where it's about her getting cut off? I like like a drivers and she just it's like she like she just like with the broken glass. Yeah actually the last show. We went anti imitated. What she said we would all be dead? Let me just bring my car into the venue. You have someone that was a good show Z.. Chris and the opening band listening all monsters attack. I never heard of them before. I think it was GONNA attack. That was a reference because it was good shit though group there that we didn't know that we are therefore like that. It was a lot of fun. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah really cool fun I feel bad for them buying a shirt or something from them. 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When I was watching and listening to the latest gas superbeets August August episode is Pat inadvertently calls out might matteis recent Nonsense because like they were talking about some game that it was like you know truly be talking about Seles than talking about how there have accessibility options but pre two thousand eighteen. If have you used any of the accessibility options. Assist mode on Selassie. Would Mark your save file as used. Some sort of assist people were like well the whole point of having assist maybe they have some sort of disability or something that prevents them from playing the game a certain way so they need that help or perhaps they just can't beat the game so they I need help or whatever the reason is you know eventually they patched it out so you can't. It'll add that Martin within you can just remove it. If you don't like don't go comfortable you want people to know I use this this call out if I saw. They were talking about that and just goes for anyone who knows the recent he with Mike potatoes where he was talking about how people who you know people might retain unseeded guest anyways So Uh for those who don't know he's basically like people who beat Nintendo Games now emulators and you say states aren't really beating the game is in a nutshell what he's saying which there's arguments henceforward against I get where he's coming from. What I will preface? It is like I get it because you know if you beat something in a harder state I understand that luxury of life quality and everything of change. That's what the argument is against him. Is that the times have changed. So you need a save file. You know just because there was no saves on and your back then you have to be fucked now but anyways so the said yeah or you could just say some Shit Lake Doc and imitated the quote and just goes fuck just like okay. Well we're going there now isn't all that he never used by gave David any anyone who's in context. He was referring to that tweet. That has been quite a bit of controversy. It's not the first set of controversy. Mike has a lot of hot takes. That have gotten hot water before so I mean that's one year and then you have James Ralph the other add even though. He's the angry nerd. It's probably been one of the least controversial content aww creators arguably starting genre of video game content creation. I would say that it's fair to say that he is the godfather and all that stuff. Because I mean he's been doing purdue for Youtube is really what it is now so yeah but anyways I thought that was really funny because we were talking about that tweet recently and decides. This is funny because when I was playing mega man connects like instead of you when you lose or whatever. It'll show the password but you just save your data. I was like man I wondered. Michael Taylor will be mad and I'm not using the password. Yes as long as stuff like that is fine and less your cheating it out. Where like what I didn't in contracts because it got to a really hard part I didn't WanNA wasting my lies is I just kept reloading? Must step earlier just to try to lose as little as possible till the end the level. That's a little shady for me to do. I understand that but to me as odd as you're not just straight up cheating. I don't think it's necessarily wrong because again Dan. So if you're playing a game where there is no password system or if there is a password system and you just save on the front would you still use the pass I gave it to me. That's not as bad you. You can still beat the game even if you saved over a course of a week or a month but using like infinite leuser visibility really beat the game that I get where he's coming from but at the same time it was just very poorly worded and then on top of that it was just the times have changed if an SEM is broken shady. They have a fix version. There's no reason that you shouldn't use the fixed version. What do you think lassie think? People who use as states emulators is that is that dirty for since he played games that in its natural state back in the day You people using annuities and thirty northern like people who use the the quality of life features of an emulator saving in a game where there wasn't saving back in the day. Because you have no. I don't think that dirty. No I don't think there's a right way to play video game. I think that's the right way and play video game. Enjoy it and have fun than like these drafts. I I mean I I use a whole bunch of emulators when when I when I played Like pokemon game that weren't compatible for like my console. Oh so when they went into like Ribian Sapphire and like even like Pearl. I don't think like any of the any of the emulators for es or very good but I definitely got like a visual boy. Advance to play like all third generation game. Then like you know I I mean you kind of have to say EH. That I don't think that's very very good example but you know sometimes I watch the people who do like speed runs at like you. You know Tiso Mario or like. I don't know what it is like really difficult. You know man-made like Mario levels and like they're like save and or you know Find find some other way to make sure that they played their progress as opposed to having to Overdo it. And it's just like that's just part of it part of you know managing managing or difficulty. And I it's fun for the viewer to like viewing watching recipe them not to see them die over and over grind right Yep And I and I agree with that. I think that like I said I feel. His heart was in the right place. It's just not necessarily it's boomer talk. I mean that's just Just be really curious pock. I hear a Paris hop it. You don't you don't think right. Yeah Yeah Johnson. I had a really long conversation about this and that I related it to the when Jim Sterling was arguing about how an easy mode in a from soft game doesn't hurt hurt anybody but a lot of people of course are like your dark souls is supposed to be hard so easy mode finishes this but then he made the argument which basically we're talking about right now which is is. Is it hurting you though. Are you using easy mode. You don't have to so you know it's the same thing with some of these older nest games. That didn't have a safe thing. I'm not going to beat the will the first four stages over and over again when I can just start from stage five again because that's where I died so to me that's like but I I understand that in the true essence suggest the pure is keeping whatever you WANNA call it. Yeah I get back. Then when he beat it though in when he was back in high school and there was none of this bullshit. uh-huh yes but would he have then if it wasn't option. Say Now it's hard to to relate when when we have the technology though. Yeah it's I assure you know going into accessibility link there was This was a few years ago. There was a guy who's blind and he. He finally completed ochre enough time and the way his setup was as he would play it on emulation because he needed safe states and he would use use a surround system around his chair so that he could kind of hear. Things are but the safe state was a necessity because if he's walking like say you know you're in a dungeon you're walking on a bridge and you can fall off in die. Then he just loads it right at that point over yeah. They'll start on at the beginning of engine fleas. But you know he knows okay. Don't turn left keep going this direction or whatever so when I see you know knowing that that is a thing saying that this is how this person is able to enjoy his game and complete this game. It's like so might there. You're gonNA tell this guy that he didn't get that I got that that is a good example. That is a very good example of something he obviously didn't consider and I know where he was coming from again in his defense he was speaking about people. Like me were my only disabilities. I suck at video games so disability. I cannot help but it's a thing I have just not gonNA older. So I'm the person who's obviously attacking but obviously didn't think about that. I wouldn't lose video game. There's going to be like to see I'm disabled uh-huh. I fell off the bridge because I'm an idiot so there's okay but anyways so that's my disability but I don't yeah giving I'm disabled anyways Eh. There's already there's already an episode it's called Fuck Pogo on. But before that before we get to that because that's the main topic is how focused on if you want to hear about that later on stick to the end but other than that this new mobile game because the fuck is a mobile game the there's no good mobile games. So there's that monster hunter world is more real news recently came out on that has just been out of the console for fucking forever already. Yeah so what's what it's doing this up people and it's ever epic like this is not really the greatest case It's deleting some people say files so people with hundreds and hundreds of hours one hundred dollars always getting fucked. Because it's just the leading random people say files problem catcalled working on the patch. However there is no real patch? It's going to undo the deletion of a safe file. Six up there So that's the thing that's happening Another weird thing is that despite the fact that again. It's been out on console for a long time they do you have a streaming and contemplate or guidelines of you're only able to go up to certain mission and then the rest of listening not supposed to be streaming you're showing the rest for the PC player is new to PC's they're still considering it new content for PC players and they don't want you spoiling it for them out avenue like synchronized releases you think but I guess Capcom still not perfect. Yeah I mean it's been on for some time before I came out. So that's weird nobles. They're talking about the iceberg content. That's with limited right but I'm saying like it's been pc for some time you'd think they would have just synchronized release. Oh Oh yeah no but apparently the versus low Janke like a pair of it was because the frame rate was should it was unplayable when it first came out because that game ran it like fucking thirty so it was bad like server Daniel Alabama. It had its issues and they get buildings eight files a a problem. That's never been president on versions fighting. Its way so whoever's running the code for the port is having a bit of issues shoes so there's that letter you big monster Hunter Fan played much of it or not have all played at any of well anyway. It's still fairly new to being big in the last. I definitely would say with the causal released. That definitely was a thing where I I remember. Someone was telling pat at castle about how it was. Never going to be big here and that it's like there's no point in wasting money on the console version because it's just not gonNa hit me in the West and then it is the biggest selling Capcom title to date so there's that germs of light time release to now two units sold their biggest this game bigger than street fighter bigger than these people were like. Well she too has been around for how long it had sold out talking about like for the fact that monster hunter world is like three three years old and from then to now has sold more than one st fighter two-three again so there's that but anyways so yes because of that you would think but yeah yeah so. It's really interesting that they're having these issues on the port but oh well it's kind of weird though like if someone was to watch a console katainen creator though and he could spoil it for the also the risk is still to meet the same risk. Anyway put your usual. Watch out if you haven't got is more wash this shit while these late right. Yeah so there's a boys pretty good though just like that so no well likes. It's called that it's easy now to Senate has pretty bad bug EH. That will make right three of which coming out in March I believe was what the slated for I deliver but it is coming out soon though for switch one thing that ever GonNa hide about is they did say that they were going to be adding a feature that didn't exist in the original version to the switch version and it seems it may feature. That's kind of people are worried about in the sense. That is a cool feature is that they seem to be from leaks. Street not leaked but from the screech US release style switching which was not present in the original there. Were you had to go to to the sword master to switch your style. Now you can do do it on the fly using a selection like you do now. The Modern Devil may cry advisory and that is a huge quality of lyle and because that that was bullshit ever w wanted to go back to the guy again the switch. So it'll be nice. That's really cool adding that but of course it is going to be a switch. Version exclusive exclusive feature people. ps four just like an xbox connect the folk but that's so good to to make the game for some people pretty trivial to have the right style available on the fly as opposed to like oops chose the wrong before I went here. Sucks for me. A lot of people are like please patches in the other ones but devil may cry three but kind of make it feel like five a little bit here the ago exactly and the thing made people worry a bit that it's like some people are kind of like well maybe we'll patching the other one's a good example that pat brought up that maybe be leads to the fact that they might not is that all the cool features they added in the Dragon Quest of import on switch still hasn't reached any of the other versions on ps es four otherwise and so it kind of seems like maybe that really will just be for Delaware cry switch. So people are kind of like isn't so definitely cry. Three switch is going. It'd be its own game on the. PS Four isn't it part of the collection so Yeah that could be an argument for why although on steam you can buy by just three special editions maybe what else but anyways So at least for now the superior version of the way to play that game in terms there's like a quality of life thing you know. Maybe it's not cheating us that people go because you're using style switching but that is gonna be available so there's no fan of deviled cry have you any of those games really familiar way. Yeah that should I should. I mean it's really good and if you have if you have. PS four definitely. At least try play. Five five is a really good. Yeah so I would say. Crying is an action adventure hack and slash video game series. He's the one year or is it third person so definitely check it out a lot of stuff. I'm trying to think of other games to compare to the. Yeah said you'll want to customize paying that the same originalist is just because platinum didn't work the cup anymore. That's pretty much it so oh many of the enemy. They're Russell named after the seven deadly sins just held Kreider hell us. That's really funny. Because it reminds me of guess what full metal Alka the influencer. Everyone loves seven deadly sins including the enemy. Seventy this is fun. Oh it looks like yeah so I guess I'm just reading a wiki on it does seem fun divine comedy whole yeah. Japanese people all have a really interesting nation with This quite the European stuff what we're fascinated with the Japanese. got a buddy that works. It's just like whenever you see those memes about like America Booze and you imagine like Japanese guys is being like yeah. I don't WanNa do racist. I said this is GONNA be lying. We're going to speak normally and be like yeah. I'm American man. I'm Jim and he does a huge flagging eagle like that and he's just like he have but somehow whatever the Japanese American a game. It's a thousand times cooler. Yeah I like my reply. Anyone does five and vanquish. There's those pool shit. Like interpretation of the Marine Corps is or the Space Murray. There's going to be and it's just like that's so cool. Actually is nothing. So there's that there's that couple of cool switch. MODS came came out recently or at least shared. Recently one of them was someone. So there's a Chinese knockoff. Gangqi joy cons. You can buy. But there's a few you issue with a kind of squishy doesn't feel like the actual game cube controller feel which is what people obviously want to try to emulate when you use a Gamecube Controller Esque Bank uh-huh but someone actually made a much nicer quality split joy con for us. I believe that use the model of an actual game. You control their split. It did did all the inner guts. Things doubts workable joy cons for that which is really cool. Garrett one of the more popular ones especially smash players obviously preferred way to play. So there's that but the thing that really caught my digital that was that was cool was the cool nest knock that someone needs the gut. It Ness and turned it into their switch. DOC which is awesome. I'm sure there's this guy. Is that how to do your custom. Docs because either the one congress so they want to do something like this where they want to put in the bodies in the House and I just love the way it looks like sitting there perfectly and is obviously functional. That to me is probably one of the. I've seen a lot of a UH switch. Doc Martin SF like one of the cooler ones especially being a big fan of nest. The only one that I would like more obviously would be a snus Nancy. That would be really really cool but I like it though. I was thinking what I think. Like the top law and stuff that I think of AB GM. Whenever I think of the top load nest kind of popularized even though not one kite came out I believe did eventually come out in the states way past life cycle like it was already on? Its way out to finally off the top here. Yeah yeah there's that Let's do you have a switch yourself or do you only play when you're at your friend's house when you're playing a visual novel game. I don't own a flinch but I do. I do play at my house and my friend is famous superstock and he actually have a hasn't switched jacket and he got a custom-made so I don't know if you want to look up his photo he hasn't jacket work. Like the the two sides of the switch the minivan right on the blue On his jacket. It's really cool like everything. Would you like if you get five second. Here's like either by myself so it's like as much as I know about the French but it's like like really cool and I'm like working at the link you sent me just now. How does this work? He's like putting the switch into you like what looks like a I mean yeah I mean it's a docking station but like much older. How took the guts of the dog that comes with the full on switch uses and he took the guts out of that and put it into an old school regular Nintendo and then Aw from that so aesthetically. It looks even if you're a lot of effort yeah it does look really cool though. Yeah I was GonNa say you can do that and now I like. Yeah you can do that with a lot of drivers in like tinkering around with like an old things you could do now. It's Israel snow which is awesome. It's definitely kind of like a like a mind. Fuck I'm not GONNA so that was today those pretty clough but Khaneh name. Yeah like he didn't have to go with it and it works main thing. It was good that would make no sense digital but swish yeah. So alienware recently announced Interesting such original first of all this is going to have huge lawsuit suit so we already know this. It was shown it's es. I don't even think this thing's GonNa make into production before the intendo hit Nintendo very happy so trust. This shit is not uncovered production. So imagine this alien in their never ending brilliance thought. Very unique idea. They thought what if you could take gaming gaming to go right so alienware was just like yeah you know yes. Let's do this so they thought of a console and the main portion is A. It's a screen. It has to removable controllers in which maybe WanNA use them is to smaller controllers. The play with a friend sounds very good and then he thought well let's say a bit further right. Maybe I can share this controller. They have a little cradle. That holds the two controllers that can come out as if it's like a regular controller when you ought to join to me controllers into the sides and so you can use it like a regular control their thought they were Dell Dell alienware. It's just stupidity. This is going to be a thing So they showed it off. It's the as they either have the best lawyers on earth that are going to somehow pull it off or they get away with this or do they do to contact creators and everybody else and slap them all CNBC and the project or the fuck. They're calling it is not going to be a thing anymore but obviously it's going to be checked out. It is the most shameless like the fact that the accessories are swishes accessories as well is crazy. The thing that looks which would have been like I would just let it go. There's been like it's portable. PC hand-held over the fact that the controllers are removable and and it comes with a little cradle babies. The fucking searches like you guys didn't even try just took the home where you've ripped it off all single not to mention. It's probably going to be much more than three three hundred dollars because it's so. Yeah just not probably not even going to be a thing but it does become a thing. Maybe not even worth the price point depending the slap on it so that they try to come up with a new idea right. They didn't even try been. They were no games. The xbox series x recently announced that it will be launching with no exclusive titles which is an interesting move awar- honest moon because I'd rather they say something like that rather than Sony is going to have like neck to or next through a fucker on now and some other bullsh- she gave no cares about and be like. Yeah the playstation five launched with exclusives. And I shut the fuck up you just two games gives a fuck about because when the CBS four lodge was the only game on their fucking second son the rest of the launch lineup suck and that's just a thing it's just a problem consoles have had since like xbox Zip. Es to just not much that's just part of the LAS period so I did like the fact that they did. Just go straight out. There is going to be new Microsoft. I P stuff like four gears but also it's not what they consider a console Schwarzer so it isn't there also are not lying about that and playing the field where they're just like a console exclusive so they're just being honest and you're saying one thing they did announce that is a really interesting is the fact that apparently your epic librarian steamed library will be compatible with the xbox series which just further shows shows that it's just the gaming pc at the fact that you're just going all in on it and be like no like literally like your libraries are now going to merge the xbox library. I think it's really smart because now you're going to go now again. Play my console like stuff has only coming out third party stuff to xbox and playstation an but now we can also use the same thing to also play my Steven Abbott Gates nor stuff so now they are adds value to it to make it be like for people who maybe maybe they don't care about some of the stuff that had a big games that come out of there if you're not a big fighting game guy or enemy gay person. Perhaps there isn't much of a draw on the playstation side. It it kind of makes you consolidate everything that one and so it's interesting that's pretty spicy. Yeah I think that it's kind China funny that it took this long but despite the bad naming convention this maze this is starting to at least start off as one of these smarter sounding And more appealing Saudi experts because everyone knows that xbox is notorious for like their initial impression. Shit and maybe just go back one where they were always online even even though that never saw it at launch I was already gone way before it launched. It was still a thing where they just were. Not The greatest Saints People Height Do. y'All around guys got surprised ever got angry. Yeah Kinda wondering if like Microsoft went to steam and it was like. Hey the steam box like did it. Launch Smith Smith Museum. Yeah I could see that being a thing especially because they haven't played really well with steam and even the thing where when it came to the epoch thing that to me is the more surprising because they actually Kinda did take epoch head on where they were disliked our driven steam of the Microsoft shares. And then now how it will work. But it's interesting lax. I'M GONNA assume not but much excellent experience anything really the most there was another one that so the xbox appeal I when I was younger quite a lot of like kind of Change Turkish college benefit warriors. Like on o'clock. Yeah yeah it was like a play for five. I think there were aren't that many Yeah but I put a whole bunch of that and it was cool because y you know. They had a lot of characters from Chinese mythology Focolare oh car at so In a way I could really relate tonight even though it was very much like a like a third person hot flashes Volvo all right. Yeah I look fine on Xbox Yup oh yeah for those if someone have just jumped in that conversation just say as has everyone we're talking about in terms of like her playing on xbox because obviously we're also yeah you like the fact that the lower is starting to get blended a little bit. The the difference being that playstation also has more like exclusive plus the merged library but the fact that you are getting all these final fantasy games on consoles because at one point. Obviously you'd go to so you don't have to. The series has got to start trickling over to Xbox as well it does seem like they're actually. He started to pull some titles that again. They're just doing such a good job at trying to appeal to everybody and it doesn't even come off at least not to me anyways. Even pandering in Greenway they seem to just be doing the very smart marketing. There was just like the white up both kind of argument of like well. You know yes most people who are in the fighting games. RPG's PG's probably don't buy an xbox but why not. Maybe some of the crossover maybe just because like Halo doesn't mean you won't like Yuccas. Maybe they're trying gotta do which is smart because seemed to be almost like Zena phobic and the way back in the day where there were dislike only xbox tiles we don't really give and then that's kind of caused the shrinkage of the library is they didn't sign too many third-party yield and now they went all in on just their xbox exclusives but then they literally alienated people who aren't into racing games or shooters so now they seem to have like they're learning. They're like Mary slow learning. But I think that this gen made you the one where xbox will hit most of the nail on the head the few because there's very out of touch with that's none but all of the three companies you know Sony Microsoft off and Intendo. They'll all have their shortcomings where they're just kind of dropping the ball. You know you have sunny with a bed. Net coating the bad online systems that you have xbox. What's what's missing games and the APP Nintendo? Who doesn't know how to do a little bit of college doesn't know how to do a little bit of caught in between the flaws of playstation and xbox so yeah no no companies perfect and? I think that this is going to be. This is so far one of the smartest mortgage streaks. I've seen from xbox though because I've always been there sir. Oh Yeah you beginning for David is technically the stadia. It's like who cares. Also recently that I was just like yeah coming out on switch and also Google Stadium does not so. She's coming out on switch. Why is this thing that this game? Actually they don't know. Oh It's GonNa waste any more resources on that in fact a lot of titles that were starting. The Look at stadium are starting to slowly lose that part where they just go xbox playstation switch switch blind spot. They're starting to slowly pull out of that which streaming games and word late. This is not a thing. No one fucking no-one. No one wants to play their games at a way worse version of like a low resolution. Back bed frame rate bad every latency running version of what we're talking about having game so tencent comes into the picture to clarify for those who don't know ten cents at platinum. My a favorite guys did enter a deal together now. Of course the initial kneejerk reaction from the public was Oh fuck applied on their dead. Now Fuck in a You know this sucks like test is going to ruin platinum and everything that couple of good bits of news. First of all platinum is accompanied. Neither release says some of the best games that don't sell Near as one of their bestselling titles. It's numbers just blow compared to a lot of to your duties into your jet. I fall in order to your whatever they just they they make to me some of the best games ever made. They just don't sell because they're not for the most of the world because of that platinum is always on the break of just dying basically they do run their companies to the point where since they're basically making these all these great titles asked passion projects and for their cult fan base. They're always on the cusp of almost going back. Row of almost almost like Jesus making enough to break even every time it was just breaking even with tencent backing they actually have financial stability and from from what is known from the deal. Ten set has no stake in creativity or shot calling. They only have enough where they poked juice enough money where platinum sold enough shares to them to make it worth their time and gained a lot of money out of it but they didn't sign anything where pets allowed to ask tons of micro transactions our make create calls at all no less they just they just don't want to get worried and less. We see some tension Ansah. Shenanigans coming on platinum does seem to be safe so that was good to hear because when I actually heard about the story initially from Josh I actually didn't even hear about it until after he said. Did you hear about that. I was just like hell actually like I was worried at first. I just didn't want to go. You know reacted with pokemon where I was just like. Oh fuck the having all this. It's not because I had to do some research. I before popping off on the mouse and click glad I did because it was not as bad as I thought but did you play for platinum's titles you may have known them for. When they were working for Capcom they did stuff? Like Oh call me a beautiful joe and stuff like that and definitely cry. Obviously not that one but then when they went independent they started doing stuff like their most popular is being being recently recently. Released Near and everything. Are you familiar with any of their titles. As far as you know I've heard of Annetta pretty much Eh. One that you've mentioned right which which was playing back to the near cry. Yeah it's one of those things where again that's because because they just don't. They never really have the marketing backing. It'll be interesting to see now because if you want to start independent publishing if their titles we'll start to see light a bit more with with this kind of money if the marketing or they just pop it all into the games like quality they seen especially with what you've seen from what you've enjoyed from years of are really that uh-huh oh speaking of near the soundtracks of for the original near as well as automatic tomatoes is now streaming on spotify. Oh sure those of you on a spot. People you want to check out the soundtrack because any you're gonNA take away from near D'Amato is distracting. Attract Great Goddamn so you get at least check that out definitely some good Music in those games the original year. I don't have much experience with I. Played played it like once. And it's really clunky fillets different studios Ryder but way different style game. Just because you like on monitors mean you're going to enjoy original year but more wise. They are pretty relevant to each other. These as far as I know because I remember really worried about like you know you anyone to play near before. And they were just like they. Just got to kind of brush it under reboot. Apparently there are some heavy callback in the first year. Is definitely super cannon and as you start to get the multiple endings. Apparently they're in a lot of stuff that does preference to that so kind of cool that they didn't just abandon it. It's not just a full reboot. which is what people people thought it was going to be? So there's that you check out those soundtracks talk about that Nintendo and do what is the President doesn't tournaments. They were talking about. You know I was listening to a restaurant castle. They're talking about best tune A two tournament as being the dumbest prizes like autographed posters of known gives a fuck interesting. How these cash prizes and we're kind of talking about how smash doesn't lie smash Doesn't really have any great like why you're not even though you probably could see it on the level is like League of legends ornaments. Why you don't and I'll leave that below that just kind of talk about how that's Kinda like not there folks worry about trying to turn it into too much of a cash? Cows attended wanted to be a competitive. They don't that's one of the things you highlight. There is like yes. We're aware we're going into this. League of Legends Pudgy style like I mean a lot of people love smashed. Ask yesterday blow it up into sports craziness. We don't because were you know we don't want to feel the game itself is kind of be a little more home grow and not so much a corporate nonsense things. So it's an interesting thing it also could just be. They don't know the first step in that direction attraction because they show that they don't really not to do that but if it's truly to keep the integrity of the game I mean there's pros and cons like you know like Yvo is definitely not the evil that it was like you know maybe even five years ago there's not really any more grass roots feeling feeling with it. It's all so corporate now so you're pros and cons. Yup definitely do for those. who have been watching Netflix? They there's been some confusion because there is a lot of stuff that they just kind of. Assume you've read the books over played a little bit of the game so I mentioned the last time we had severe on here that it was obviously primarily more based on the books we got further into the show. It was actually cooled. Actually do reference a COUPLA public quests. That actually did happen to the game to kind of like. Oh I thought they were just gonNA totally curb the Games it just based on the books but it was cool to see a little bit of nods. And I'm starting seve finally get a little more warmed up to superman girls. He does a good job. It was just the visual thing. That's Kinda throwing me off. I just think he's the visual choice for this performance is so good. I still don't think I don't think he was a little weird but his performance is starting to outweigh has visuals in terms of that. So the likes of you watched any of the witcher and all. That's been hearing a a lot of people talk about it. Yeah Yeah Yeah I mean like it looked good. I think I'm going to watch that Yeah I ah yeah I I know that it was a book knows the game that I think I'd originally did. And then the the game aim kind of like brought it more to the American side of things because there was to the point where that book scare before that like there were no no like INC official English translated versions until it just like a couple years ago the game got big so it was very much very underground thing especially over here like people relying fan translations until very recently so yeah no nothing and as someone who was a fan of the game I before the books or anything else. It's so weird now. Going on facebook where like I used to be the one raving lunatic ever since to dislike. Yes there's they're making a three game it's going to be amazing and then it actually was and I'm still like one of the only people talking about it. We're like people have now heard of which are three but still like I'm one the only people I know who actually played it as still there like a couple of people who can know what I'm talking about and I'm just like yeah which is great law. Aw now everyone time because of the Netflix show is just like just been toss according to the witch. I'm like the the hipster in me is like like fucking Gert Raging but it's eight times like you know what fuck it is cool stories. I guess even took a fucking. TV Chauffeur netflix vitally onboard. Fuck it I guess so like. Yeah but any other Assamese like with the Games are really good. Only guys kinda snubbed over so long and now now it's trendy to light the witcher. It is weird and then a few authors doesn't just like think about like what you're is like conflict shows GonNa get for many people to play a game offer notice and it's going to get people to buy the game and You know pay the people who created the game so I don't and I don't I really don't think it could be a bad thing at all because like that's what it takes to get people's eyes on it it's like it's really hard to get original thing out into the world in front of people if it's not back. My huge corporations like network cynic in me I was like you bet. Yeah no for sure for sure. And that's why I eventually did warm up to it. It's the same thing with a lot of stuff where you know I was a mouthpiece for I just felt bad that it didn't get it back then but yeah it is cool. which is going to do? Is We talked last time about how they're more people now played it on steam than ever so. Yeah it's definitely a game the creator of the game fucking. They're getting so much attention. Like I think. Think more important what the game creator like the gate piers became. He'll then like I don't know yeah. Yeah then like Oh man Mike I knew about this. I believe people paying the game. I guess it's just not as someone one who likes a lot of independence stuff and everything and it sucks. Sometimes that there are things that should have got the witcher treatment that didn't and then ended up dying being because no one cared about it and it never got to that corporations that so that's the thing I just I. It is good that this was the lucky star but I do get a little sad. Sometimes it is because Manley miss out on but but that is good though because they are they are absolutely killing it. I know that that's going to get like another season and everything. Okay so that is good. That is good and then of course the results with the author and everything. So there's that so yeah. Get stuff isn't isn't good stuff though is finally. We're going to topic to get it out of the conversation. You can hit us up a disconnected mail at gmail.com again that's disconnected cast mail at gmail.com email dot com and. We are going to talk about how we now live in fucking twenty twenty where Pok Mon has a season pass like massive screen and any fucking the game so to get it off the bat. I we're GONNA go sympathizers I obviously you're gonNA make a point. Well it is more content. Dan You could make that argument with a lot of other stuff that you know That wasn't necessarily great practice out of it especially because we are thirty. Thirty squeezed out of one of my biggest concern always is by not having all the Pokemon in the thing and making all these all these excuses as to why they didn't do it and it releasing as easily pass. It was two hundred four but I thought you couldn't do it and now when money's involved you can do it and for anyone who doesn't the no Nintendo and the number of you're hurting so let's not so we definitely can't go into that. They needed the money to do a thing. And it's it's just really ashamed me but then the thing that was insult to injury is that they didn't just introduce one already mentioned that they have to season passes already planned for the year which now brings brings Beaumont's origin. Shield up to one hundred twenty dollar game if you're GONNA go into content for it. It's thirty dollars for each game. You get both packs in the season pass okay. Supposedly these are going to be for you. Go to the shop. It says you get both of these. They're just timed. Okay so thank God. It's only ninety dollars game now. Okay so you pay thirty thirty for each version and then I think July's when the first one's GonNa drop yes. Yes yes so. You're still paying thirty for both of those. This content says thirty dollars for two hundred gatekeeper. Poke upon and a bunch of content and stuff like that so any the content itself sounds fine And again if they do ultra sword in an ultra shield. That's going to be really fucked up if they do an enhanced version after doing this because this is something that But if they still do not fuck that point but it's a tough one because people do like the Poconos and there's a lot of money so this is definitely a move that they're probably probably this is the world we live in a season passes even when future games. Come out in Pokhran rockin grass. Come out they're going to have fucking season password. I yeah but again. It's a franchise that literally up to this point it for like twenty hundred twenty-five years isn't twenty thirty Orlands at thirty years. Now anyways you're talking about a franchise that went that long that ignored the season pass nonsense for a really long tide. Even when season pass breath of the law that is he's about even when it's fellow brethren franchise start to get into this. Bill ignored it for so long. And now they give in and they're just like you know what fuck it let's just like I it's like I just can't there's no way for me around it. Delight say other than to again you're getting more content. Sure but it's one of those things where it comes into the borderlands three argument for me where it's like. Yeah but you're standardizing stuff now. You're now saying it's okay to keep two hundred away from me because you can just charge me for them later on. Ah yes there will be more gyms more maps more battles more narrative as is more content but again it's still stuff that was probably with how fast they announced. It smells not that was clearly cut out of the game to be sold at a later time. Yeah and and as far as I can say it's nothing new because you have those people who dislike against gives addition addition about just the norm. That's the thing I don't want deal see more season passes and last all in fucking Pokomo like it was almost I saw it as his last bastion of hope of a pure game where I was just like. Oh yes the ignored it again Georgia trend. They ignored the POKEMON huge. Of course they can make tons of money by selling extra bullshit of course but now we live in a world where it happened. I again if we're talking about content is not inherently a bad thing. Because it's more focused on. I think it's quite a bit of content for thirty dollars so like Pokomo not cancelled for me personally in the now I get the concerned you know if they do all of is an infant will that and if they do end up releasing soaring shield to Ultra Storm Shield in the POK Mon direct. They actually we do Like address that they say usually in the past we've done game like we released platinum or black and white to ultra sun and moon. But we felt we would continue to support the current game going on so for thirty dollars to get all this content. So if they don't do like an ultra or whatever burn I'm fine. I would much rather do that. I'd much rather be like here's thirty dollars. And you know you just add onto it rather than me spend another sixty dollars for a whole other game where you're probably playing through the same story and then may get to do a little extra stuff. 'cause I think that's pretty much. How Ivan seven percent were yeah? I completely miss out on that one. I have no qualms about missing out on out MS Mallory. Obviously they pokemon fan in. How do you personally feel about it because that's to not necessarily opposing taste? Josh is awesome onboard with fucking deal sleeping at any really understand the concerns earns. And you know it's on the one hand yet. EA has had years of horrible business practices that the body. Yeah for sure. But I when I saw the pokemon direct and they actually address that That kind of eased my mind. It's you can buy piece smeal for three dollars a piece. I mean they are going to add more customizable item. They are are my grocery. This is the worst in. Yeah because again. So Josh's on the thing where he's not necessarily advocating for more things to take on this business practice but he's at least saying at least you're getting bang for the buck of it and he did express the address on my end. I'm not necessarily saying Moore polka modest shitty. I'm saying that what looks like cut. Yeah it does it does completely suck in the fact that they defended the lower polka decks because they were like well we. We can work more on the animation. Asians weren't even much better. Yeah they weren't the most fantastic thing ever and unconventionally. Another argument was maybe giving some of these newer pokemon more focus. But then you're just gonNA pilot of anyways. There could be the argument that this probably could have been in a decision that was made in reaction to the whole decks gate. Shit people were like. Oh why aren't you giving US POK Mon.. Okay we'll maybe we should it and actually maybe just patching it instead of charging you for it. I mean yeah you're right. It could've been it could've been that and then on the way Out they go and charge for it so that could have been like a big. It's a very confused thing because I am upset upset about it but at the same time I think people sometimes misconstrue what I'm upset about and they just kinda go you poke it. Yeah that whole thing all over again where I'm just GonNa like trying to make a fucking staffers on the appointments of thing. Yeah and then not you but like I can already hear the people like all all he wants them to die and now of course. The silver bullets were actually be happy. If any silver lining that you won't have to buy it to get the Pokemon you just gotta get them through trade. Yeah you should really get. I think that the he's a great idea and I'm not going to long-term vows you. You still play called ongoing test of any on what D you Buy. What was your personal reaction? You did hear that an expansion pass you know people also get past. That's called satire joking and making fun of it they call it an expansion obviously can go fucking expand this but Folks yeah basically but what was your reaction when you heard that paid poke on adult is coming I dunno ah by it and I don't want to. I don't want it messing with your extremes like me. Were literally as soon as that direct. I believe that shit awful by Swish attached. This sounds weird but I always liked the ultra versions anyways. I think it's just because I would buy them them because they were kind of like. You're like I would have rather gone on the broken cody that already existed then to have to see a season pass. I remember when I I mean and that's one reason I stopped. Playing call of duty of longtime ago was because of the DNC season passes and Mike Pokemon has always been in where you can pay a little bit more and get this old draw later and yeah you do get a small added content but you never like had had to pay to get your poke lawn bag my art a real quick before we bang off because I think this is going to go on for a bit Let's does have other commitments. So we'll we'll we'll see Let's let's not. We caught marry the times and whatnot. So we appreciate you joining US real quick. Put my experience and it also Luck lies like probably one of my favorite series Yeah I really like. It was like a huge part of my childhood and yeah I think like I mean hearing about this this change. It's like obviously they see that they can earn more money from it which is like all right. Good for them. Like you're you're doing capital. Yeah incur. It's going to obviously obviously her more cost than us. But like people still like the fucking game like they're gonna get it you know. I think I might get it if I could if I had like a switch you know thinking about buying a switch ah money and then he got by game yeah from Hook about social books. I doubt it's just let's call. Yeah like people people love God you know and so I I you know I don't get it. I had the console. You know you're if you give me the console but I'll buy all the Games it's definitely. It's definitely your bids weekdays you're talking to so ah yeah and like yeah. They don't need that money but like you know. What are you GONNA do already lex wealth? Thank you you for joining us. We really really really thank y'all so much. Yeah yeah a great time. They were interviewing me and yeah thanks for having me on the podcast. I'm I Talk I learned a lot myself and I really enjoyed being. You know being on air with you guys been yeah just like miss it with a lot of course and then that's bigger than you buy show we'll be seeing you then for sure will come out and support and you let us know what was the undressing. Everything will also plug that as well so we got you. Yeah okay okay. All of that and yet until next time all right. Take your nine your to buy all fun and then Bang Okay so banging on more about crying about pokemon now but I know aromas done but I just didn't want I miss her message from like fucking fifteen minutes ago already trying to tell him that she needed to go. Fuck sorry I appreciate her cuttings headings off and being shut the fuck up let me go. I would have been more appropriate ear those nobody know. She's now she's got we'll talk about. I mean I'm kind of upset that they're making us pay for our Guberman. Like I remember when I stop playing call of duty was because of the stupidity. Bullshit diseases stuff and another like oh do I even really wanting to your because it was actually something that I remember. Go But yeah so now that just kind of turns me off to like wanting to play this new game. I don't want to buy the season pass. Poke mine I guess. We'll just stick with pokemon Longo and my original games because my it's just not I don't know I just feel weird paying for my Kokomo on coming before Joscelyn's point yeah I mean I'm probably going. Give them thirty dollars. But there was one thing that I was kind of like but I I've got mixed feelings on so with the update Now that there's going to be more pokemon added into the decks and all that stuff They did announce the POKEMON directs. What's that Hope that you have in your Pokemon Bank as well as in. Let's go peek achieve. Let's go easy. You will be able to transfer them over over to sword and shield however you have to use Something that will be called pokemon home so just a paid service by the way we talk. Yeah that's right. I forgot we didn't talk about this before John and I talked about this back where it was first announced in February as long as a year ago. And we were talking about like how they don't have cloud saves for the POK MON Games. They don't have any way too late your bank yet. Yeah but then they were going to add this feature which is also supposed to work work with Pokemon pokemon go as well as that new sleep one night. They announced earlier this year. Put Him on Gogo I. There's something really dumps out like pokemon Gogo or something like that Mondo basically the sleep tracking one. which is what I need? More big brother other Shiva pokemon things but there's that and the fact that they're almost they're almost like bridging together too because that's the other costs incurred yes so I don't know what the price point four poke. I forgot what they did say but I forgot because I know him on banks not that bad. It's seven dollars year year. which is I mean? That's chump change. Really if you think about it if you break it down to the cost of a year yeah I mean I could make like one of those fucking what are those. Uh What are those stupid commercials like for ten cents a day. Oh yeah so like any seven. Yeah so you know again. I don't know the price point for Pok Mon home so while I'm coming out that you need a paid service to do that I do know usually services have not been that expensive. Yeah so that's another it's one of those where exactly it is one of those things where it is additional money but at least that was not as much I listen doesn't end up being a lot in which case fuck that ten dollars a month reflecting your pogo on bank. I'd be like yeah charge this. Yeah because I don't know if it's supposed to be a monthly. I The play. There's some art bill keeping like seven dollars a year more than fair for a non tangible service cost. Fuck US pennies on the server or they're running that bullshit the whole little two bit put him on on like so through all of that. I now realize all of these started go fund me for the expansion. We got to say Brooke Muehlegg. Hospital need thirty dollars a year like in the hospital. Yeah what I meant is play. It's awesome I would to get a vaccination. I tripped ugly and now for thirty dollars. I wasn't thirty dollars for so I can play the POK. Come on expansion recovery. Low really hurt. I mean wait what now. Anyway will suck those whom both versions and then you WanNa the play goal to pay sixty dollars on top of the hundred and twenty per buff game that that will proceed. Completion is Fox. That's a lot. Yeah but I mean it makes me tired but I can handle Mulligan P thirty. Yeah I do I do Kinda hate the fact that the the new character that I like. She's like poison so there's two characters who who are they're aiming to become jim leaders so so one is a poison. Type the other psychic type and the poison type. She's going to be in sword psychic types. Shield fuck I want. I Want Sword Now version yeah but POK MON fun. I'm having fun playing it. They also added gigantic versions from the start. Pardon fucking quoque did you see. Did you see the the gigantic version for Intel beyond the water started. And I didn't dude. It's cool so base that cloud right so the cloudy jumps in the air and he's just there with the sniper. Oh what yeah. That's what Gordy photoshopped into gang escon putting the new Vegas. Yeah that's awesome. That's great. Yeah we could bang on forever because there are solid artist. What I will say is you're allowed to still like pokemon but I think that the only this hour taste my mouth and you started? Hearted are all the people who are kind of Kali anyone with a concern alarmist or not having a valid concern. I I think that you may not. You don't have to agree and you can your company all the money you want. You can't be that person who has soared shield and the expansions were both and all whatever you pay three offer my concern is that now I get Keith out because I just wanted to buy a game and laid it and now it's got it would feed on again. I talked about loobox issues I had talked about like OCD. Shit that I have that was bothering me more so for me. I'm quitting now before it becomes the financial problem for me what I need this Pok Mon where I expect and the now it's become ninety bucks that is going to become one hundred twenty the next year. Is it going to become animal crossing that. That's one of the things that we talked about actually in just as laughing about it but it could be a thing now more villagers another part of the island. Now use it. Where does it stop breath? This is a while Hira Warriors. DLC SPLIT SOON had forged. Tom Lower APR with Tom. Nick basically yeah. Yeah so I'm not saying people should enjoy modern at three. I'm just saying it ended up for me and clearly not just me because there are a lot of people who are upset about it. Yeah the only thing I will say though is that I did find kind of funny in terms of making fun of people are upset about. It is a little mean that page posted. Obviously we've all been pretty ANTIDOTO SI yetis and pass for one or log the war totally okay with it and patriots at the thing that showed all the Nintendo already has passes and no one bitched about those because it's just been accepted as the norm and it showed showed that same person getting super butthurt. About what POK MON got an ounce for that and I was just like that's actually pretty funny because there are a lot of people who didn't give a fuck about the l. c. and then are now. This is their first floor into complaining about it. They came to star wars. And I said nothing came for the Zelda and I said nothing game in the end there was no one basically. And they're they're definitely our bandwagon complainers. There definitely are but but again I think that people who are dismissing those who are concerned. I don't think that's fair either. Now it's not fair for people to say fuck you don't enjoy poke Amman. But all I've said is I'm not enjoying it anymore and that I think the money thing is as issue but I've never said you don't get to enjoy it. You know what I mean because just like I shouldn't be saying that people definitely I think people who just dismissing it as something to be concerned about aren't looking at the whole picture too. 'cause I definitely oh I think it is a little concerning that he ah games for this long has now and whether or not it had great intentions legitimate. If they're good point maybe they heard the backlash clash of of Brexit actual thing deck saw but of deaths it. Maybe it wasn't Egypt reaction to that and then maybe I am right to where they had a little bit of a evil at the end that sprig a little bit of that cost could both could just be highly one thing. They don't see it as it's possible but mark my words though if they do add micro transactions I am I will do Out For now but I will be out permanently if they add fucking mattress here lizard selling me a hat for dollar a super three bucks fucking. Yeah because now that she literally is no better than mucking be softer. EA that boy. They're definitely more moral than that. But if they go that route fuck that shit like one hundred percent or XP boosters or if you can buy a stat resets imagining the by nature interest is arguing that shit hundred. Yeah that'd be. That's that would be a bit much Josh so yeah I guess we'll see a little crush Alan. I wasted sixty dollars. I just bought that game like a month ago and I'm already not playing it. I'm not strike. which is about these guys but we will cassia every Monday? Sandra time until the next episode for thirty dollars we will see you that yeah.

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Basically beating everything in combat sports except for rhonda rouses biggest fights or something like mcgregor versus mayweather both days of wrestlemainia combined both days of wrestlemainia combined did seven hundred and fifty thousand so this trailer show in one day did it. Ten times the google searches that wrestlemainia did over two days. The aew revolution pay per view. Did two hundred thousand eight w revolution. Two hundred thousand trailer. Seven point two million. The you have c. show on. Espn this weekend. Did it two hundred thousand trailer. Seven point two million for the rest of the week. Debbie we releases member when they released those folks twenty thousand searches on friday. Bad bunny cousin. A master crash had one million searches trailer. Seven point two million and jake. Paul had one hundred thousand searches on tuesday. Now it'll be a while. I think before we get to the final by right. But the rumored the rumored by rate was one point. Five million buys for that trailer pay per view this weekend. And there's a lot of discussion about well. What could they do next. The show was terrible. You know they'll never sell another show. No one's going to buy next time. I attractions so to speak is email here from sports betting that age. Ag social media mogul turned pro boxer. Jake paul made quick work of ben aspirin on saturday night and now many are speculating. Who will be up next as it says here for a quick payday in the ring. Sports betting that ag odds jake paul next opponent. There are some intriguing names on the list of a dozen fighters another entrepreneur. Jake forty is at the top of the list with two to one odds tyson. Fury is half brother. Tom theory is second on the board at five and two current and former members. Bj penn conor mcgregor tyron woodley at nate diaz are also on the list but the biggest name has the longest odds. Floyd mayweather comes in at thirty one and one so these are the these. Are the oddsmakers guesses for jake. Paul's next opponent. Jake forty two one. Tom fury five. And two dylan denise four and one tyron woodley five and one. Bj penn twelve and one connors twelve and one criss lebron sixteen and one mad brown. Twenty and one jimmy manna'a twenty five in one nate diaz twenty five and one filter only twenty five and one floyd mayweather thirty one and one. I mean if you ask me even though the show did very well let's as did one point five million buys you know seven point one million google searches or whatever i mean. The consensus is. The show was absolutely horrible. So while i do think that they can do this again. I'm not sure they're doing this again. With jake or tom fury now if they actually did if they actually did one point five million buys for this show then if you one point five million buys for show but like the show is absolutely horrible then to me if you want to do one point five million buys or better for the next show you gotta go to the top. We gotta go to conor mcgregor. I mean maybe maybe. Bj penn but to me. It's gotta be kinda mcgregor or floyd mayweather or actually probably you could do a ninety s. Those are the three names. But i mean you do anything less than that and if this past show was horrible like i think you could do you know mini hundreds of thousands of buys may be close to a million. But i i don't think you're gonna do probably even a million for another show. You will draw for another show. But i do think that if you want to draw a huge for another show it's gotta be connor floyd or or nate diaz. You could take the risk and say listen. Connor religion nate diaz. I because we think we could do one point five million with him and then we'll do third But if shows as bad as the show was. I think you may wanna go right to connor. And i think that if this show did one point five million buys i think that conor mcgregor headlining. I think he could do two or two point five. Call me crazy. But i you could and everybody would make a lotta money so anyway. That's the update for the trailer show. And if you'd like to comment on any of this we're gonna open up the phone lines in the next segment yes already. You're going to be my co-host for the next two segments phone number will be eight four four nine one three two seven two seven and eight four four nine one. Three seven two seven. You can send text messages all day. Two five seven eight zero seven five six bryant wrestling observer dot com wanted to mention this coming wednesday. We talked about the raw show yesterday for those of you that Miss the show. We got charlotte. Flair versus oscar. Tonight drew mcintyre on the hunt for years after being attacked by t bar in may see. He can't figure this out. He knows patently obvious and ran. You're a first time ever match rain. you'll be facing braun. Strowman says coming up tonight. On raw this wednesday we've got a w dynamite and darby elmo be facing jungle boy for the tnt title kurshid faces tie conti for the women's title hangman page versus ricky starks christian cage face powerhouse. Hobbs faces trent. And we have to sit down interviews. One of which will be with chris jericho's inner circle and the other will be with 'em jeff's pinnacle and of course this is going to be leaning towards the blood and guts war style match coming up in just three weeks now so lots of stuff to talk about on the program today back in a moment with more wrestling observer live fact. I'm going to tell you how you can get real healthcare for as little as six dollars a day. 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Live with bryan alvarez and mike sympathy on the sports byline broadcasting network the show bryan alvarez here wrestling observer alive and no mike v. today he's in trouble back tomorrow he says he's going to. He's going to switching avery for all right so a couple of other quick news notes and we're going to go to the phones here smackdown about this yesterday. Fast nationals will get the full numbers and a couple of days here but No post wrestlemainia bump at all one point nine. Nine seven million viewers down four percent from last week's number our one two point zero zero one million viewers in the first hour dropping very slightly to one point nine nine at two million in the second hour so the big thing that is going to be interesting ella. Everyone always likes to get mad about numbers back in the old days. We will still be getting mad about numbers. I have this feeling. But i very interested from here on out to track the combined. A w and dynamite numbers versus ron smackdown. Every week because people. We'll go this. It's going to be the same audience. Well maybe it is. Maybe it is but the point is these are two shows. That aren't main. Rosser debbie e. and if it exte- awa combined start regularly doing better than ron smackdown. I'll be pleased. I i do not celebrate poor rod numbers because of some hatred towards wwe. It's quite the opposite actually ever watch. I know we've talked about this many times but ever watch those old monday night or documentaries and vincent de all these interviews and granted. It's a totally different vince. Today than it was back then. But i mean he's point is made by everybody that you know what caused him to really turn it around was when they were getting killed and you know the problem is. If today's vince were there in ninety five i mean they might have gone gone out of business but the fact of the matter is have been sitting where he is right. Now there's zero incentive to make the show better shows terrible it gets a little worse and worse and the ratings fall a little further and a little further than they signed some giant deal and how he keeps doing the same. It's just a horrible show. You know maybe if if they w and an annex t convene be better if it was only awa because then there's no excuse like it's only the competition that kept growing and growing and they kept falling and falling and maybe some actual change. Would you know what isn't a change. When you when you take an eric bischoff in paul heyman and you give them some honorary position and they have like a little bit of power. But everything's still filters through you and you make dumb changes in the show still horrible. You know it isn't a real changes. Hiring bruce prichard guy is just going to tell you that everything is great. That's not a real change. The show needs a real change. And honestly the only way there's going to be a real change is number one. Vince gets blasted off to the moon or number two like they fall to such a degree. That there's gotta be a real change and they're not there yet so we'll see what happens we've also got. Rhea ripley. didn't interview with top sport. She said she expected her. Twenty twenty feud with charlotte to go on a lot longer than it did. Well the club rea- she says i didn't really know what the whole plan was for the rest of the year but i thought it would last a lot longer than it did. I thought i'd be in my mind having natural with charlotte for the majority of the year then possibly going to raw or smackdown and continuing things there but it didn't really happen but i am still really thankful i got that extra time at t because i got to do so much cool stuff. I got to wrestle one of my best friends. Raquel gonzalez have epic matches. I'm still really thankful. I got to stay and do my work there but i definitely thought it was going to lead somewhere. Different finals are set for the twenty twenty one new japan cup usa tournament. Did you guys watch these matches. We'll talk about these. We're gonna review. Bo shows with tom on filthy for daily here. This afternoon brody. King and tom lawlor our own filthy. Tom lawlor advanced to the finals with winds on tonight's episode friday's episode of new japan. Strong brody king defeated leo rush with guns. Oh bomb and lawler pin hickel. Ao with an inside cradle. They're both in the finals. They will meet on. Friday april twenty third. That's coming friday everybody. You winner will become the new japan cup. Usa champion and also the first ever new japan. Strong open weight champion. Why don't we get a poll here on the the twitter feed right here. Who do you guys think is going to end up winning this tournament. Filthy tom lawlor. Or brody king if you watch the semifinals. Tom had much more difficult path to the finals. In brody king did brody basically killed a small man the entire time the small man made a comeback. Then brody killed them in one very dominant violent win for brody king. Tom lower had a battle with the giants. Leo and he did manage to eke out a win but it was more eking out a win. I would not say that. Brody king eked out a win against leo rush leo rush eked out surviving until moderate data wins. So do you think is going to win the finals. Who do you think will be the first ever. Never open wait on never new japan strong champion. We have never champion. So let's to poll up there. And i'll go over the results here in a while. No mods today. Wow well anyway. Let's go to the phones. We got everyone on the line here. Dagan you're on the air. What's going on going on brian. What's going on to a shadow. It denise hang in there with us today. Hello jillian her shows. Yeah really been enjoying her shows on the f four w online youtube cia page so everybody go check those out Did wanna talk about this new japan strong belt. That's the determined on friday. Really hoping filthy. Tom pulled out the win. And i wanted to ask you where you think you see. Maybe adult going. Do you think whoever wins. It might eventually take it over to japan like obviously once things kind of open up. That does man if if healthy tom pulls out the lane here so many during act as you could talk he can against easy or suzuki or any of these guys And just wanted to get your thoughts on that Very much for the call. So tom does it. Tell me anything. But the fact of the matter is whether tom winds or doesn't win. Or brody king or leo rush or whoever i mean new japan can bring whoever they wanted japan so i don't think that the the winner is necessarily like just on his way to japan when japan opens up. I mean i think you'll see some new faces in japan that have been doing nothing but appearing on new japan strong shows for the last year. I mean what i think would be a dream is. Let's say the. Tom wins the title. Or who brody king could win the title. Tom windsor title from him. Whatever my friend. Tom i would like to see him. Become the new japan. Strong open champion and as a result of that the entered into this year's g. one the new japan strong open champion trying to go through the g one and win a shot at the tokyo. I mean quite frankly. If that happened he would have a lot of great dream matches. He probably would lose most of the matches. Because that's normally how things work when you go over there for your first one. But maybe he wouldn't because he's the he would be the champion but like i said it doesn't matter. Tom could go over there whether he's champion. or not. brody king over there whether he's champion or not. Tom could win the title. And lose it to leo rusher. I don't. I don't think there's necessarily shouldn't say don't think there is a long term plan but let's get through the finals on friday and then we will. We will go from there. Tom better went to i've given him. I don't wanna have to let him go for failing the the affordable empire here. Let's go to the phones. Believe jacob is on the air. What's going on. Hey brian endeavor talking about how you didn't like shriller but it was awesome. It's literally an awa atmosphere. We have tons of mixed up. You have the new japan stage. Which i really want so many concert bring that stage to double or nothing but all the pyro with everything. It was grading pete. Davidson was like the best. -til two thousand twenty one so i don't know what you guys talking about. It was definitely unprofessional but it was so entertaining welsh. Do they're going to do it again. I want to thank you very much for the call. I mean listen. A show like that and unprofessional show. Some people are gonna love trainwreck. This show dave sada show. Dave is the one telling me. I he told me was awesome then. He told me he was awesomely bad. I'm sure a lot of people may have liked it. Some people didn't like it. I mean i got a lot of negative feedback to the show but at the end of the day. You can have negative feedback. I'll give you an example. The last eight w pay per view in the bomb didn't go off. How much negative feedback did we get to that show. I mean people were out of their minds for twenty four hours. You think no one's going to buy the next awa pay per view because one bomb didn't go off by the time that pay per view rolls around everybody's going to buy the show if anybody decides they're not gonna buy it they're they're in the massive minority and awol probably pick up brand new viewers. Because now they're doing a million viewers on on tnt. It one show. It's not the end of the world. Maybe some people won't buy but to me. If the show is an unprofessional disaster which a lot of people said it wasn't watched it. You've got to have a big main event. Will you come back for the next one. Not some nothing happened. In main event that only a small number of people would care about or at least. You've got to have somebody if it's not a huge name the can sell. It is a huge event. Which is what happened for this last one here back. In a moment everybody wrestling observer live and now today's cleaning tip from tubbataha duty cleaning wipes. Most people are disinfecting more frequently these days. But did you know there's a difference between disinfecting and cleaning cleaning is the first step before disinfecting and is needed on a regular basis to remove germs dirt and dust from surfaces plus keeping a clean surface helps minimize the growth of future germs. And now a word from tubbataha towels we started with the toughest messes and quickly realized. 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I will match every dollar up to one thousand. i see. we've got some some donations here very appreciative of that. So head of there and chick that out anything you donate up two thousand dollars. I will match so Thanks which everybody who has chipped in so far and the second half. We've been doing. Been asking people what they want for the tuesday. Brian vinnie show and got a million suggestions and Yesterday it had some Fuck yesterday about how we had some listeners. It said guys always talk about retro wanna watch. Wcw saturday night from ninety three or the attitude era. They said we're young. Our are retro is like two thousand seven or two thousand eleven so they made some suggestions for that and i threw out the idea of of raw from ten years ago this week because it was two thousand eleven. It was still two hours. So i wake up this morning and a couple of things. First off i was alerted to Mrs main event push in two thousand eleven and how there was a show where the locker room like fled in fear from ms r truth row. That's a deal breaker. That's out and many other people noted. Anyway why would you guys reviews from twenty eleven. It's in your own archives. Just if they want to. Hear retrospect go back and listen to those shows. These people are right now. I did get like fifty five emails today. text messages. People saying you gotta watch this documentary. Stone cold ame documentary. It's awesome all of these stone. Cold doc on any then fine with reviewing this for tomorrow because it's gotten it's gotten some great reviews. The problem is i. i did not record it. So is this available on demand. And this is so i can tell the listeners out there as well if they want to watch it. Where can we watch this diaz and documented. Today they put it online on demand or is it going to replay. Somebody let me know. And i will. I will consider that for the show on tuesday. Let's go back to the phones right here. Got a lot of people. A lot of people online candidate. You're on the air. What's up Ryan how's it going. I've been subscribers in twenty fifteen. Twenty six holy smokes. It's been a minute yeah I don't know who this Brody kenya kid. But the tom a body him and Just something i wanted to talk about with vinson the rating. You know how like every couple of years. We'll do the wcw two thousand reset episode. Yes yeah do you think like maybe this is kind. Kinda crazy theory. That like maybe events is getting like steph and triple h ready for the big reset episode. You know what i mean so like. He's just like doing whatever you want going crazy doing. All these weird stuff and then in a couple of years they can be like. Oh hey everything's great. Now it's going to be sick and all the labs fans are gonna come back. Well i think that. I wanna thank you very much for the call and subscribing for so long i mean. I think that we're gonna have a reset show soon. Because i think they're going to draft sometime soon. I don't know that for sure. But they usually do around this time of year and and they also by the way Insiders reporting that. Slap jack and mia yim or heading to smackdown. And of course. Keith lee is on raw and a few years ago. They did a draft and they split up couples because remember this like everybody online freaked out and so they redid their draft the next week. So that tells me my presumption. And i'm not reporting this so please write some stupid story that i'm reporting this but i think of neom is going to smack down. I think that means. There's a draft coming and keith lee. Is going to be going smackdown. But i guess we shall see but this the thing with vince and i say this all the time because it's also somewhat our current conspiracy society. People can't believe it could be this bad. It actually is bad. He actually thinks he's booking a good show. He has not trying to like a bad show. So we can do a great reset or anything like that. It's just a bad showed you. He doesn't know what he's doing now when he has a blast off to jupiter. Yeah we're gonna have big time reset shell because he won't be around to to do what he does. And some there was a threat. I think on our board is is w going to be better or worse. When when vince is gone. It's going to be better like it can't be worse when you watch exte- and i watch annex t in some weeks. I'm watching that show. And i'm like do what is going on here. I don't even get like. Why is this. What is this baba. It's never worsened raw. Never the worst exte- where they dropped some storyline or they dropped some angle or they do some whatever or there's comedy blah blah. It's always better than raw. So i firmly believe and you can convince me otherwise that raw willin facts and smackdown be better when vince is no longer in control. Let's go to rock island. You're on the air what's going on. Hey brian Showed the twitchell. Me's than our sisters sherri denise hey Just wanted to top on what you're saying there real quick before i get to my question. Bearing sherri martel. What's wrong with that. She was a horrible. he'll for the majority of career. Yeah i can. How about our miss elizabeth that. What's wrong with that. It's much better But yeah lots of vincent on those pows the money and charge. Nothing's changing so. W w when it comes to ron smackdown ain't worth watching I did have a question about eighty w though Do you know if they're still doing their pay per views on sundays. Because every light was on saturdays you know us who have to work for a living And then you news about w thank them all right. I wanna thank you very much for the call so literally. Nothing new on at new japan and aid. W since i told you about new japan and eight w along ago and what i told you was. They had a deal for canada and And it was it at the moment and it was months ago. i was mocked and ridiculed. And here we are. They use kanta and that's been it so far now. Obviously the borders closed and when the borders open up. We'll see what happens but As far as saturday versus sunday it'll sunday did very well. It did very well for aew and it was also a show that was probably sold on the bomb match. And so if you presume that they got extra buys because of the bombs i mean maybe they did. The same number of buys If we subtract the bombs on sunday as they would have done on. Saturday we don't know so w- the impression i was given was that there is no set date for aew pay per views. Some of the pay per views will be sunday to avoid sporting competition. on saturday. Other shows are going to be on saturday. I actually like saturday better personally. But i'm fine with sunday. Sunday is a traditional day. So i don't think there is a solid answer right now. I think that they're going to do another sunday. Show at some point and and again even if they do another sunday show without bombs and it does very well. We still don't have. We still don't have a big enough sample size determine why did better on sunday. It may do if they do the next pay per view on sunday. Maybe it does better on sunday because now maybe there regularly getting a million viewers on tnt. And that's why the paper we don't know it's going to take awhile to determine is it sunday is that the main event is the increase viewership was at bombs. We don't know so. I think they're going gonna go back and forth until they really settle in and find out what works better for them. Go to austin texas. You're on the air what's up. Hey brian out which is You know how in recent months aws been saying the. Nobody's kicked out of one week and angel but only in asia. W yes i have. I have a theory that this sunday rich swann. We'll kick out of the one weakening jim Because obviously omegas probably gonna win so if you wanna get somebody really over while also keeping the belt strong. i think it just makes sense Well i wanna thank you very much for the call. That is not the the worst theory that i've ever heard. But i'll tell you why you disagree. Okay i off. There is the biggest impact pay per view is coming weekend the Rebellion pay per view. It's being called sunday. And obviously the main event has reached one. Kenny omega both titles. On the line awa an impact title on the line. The winner is leaving with two belts unless they go to a sixty minute draw also fins use the good brothers for the tag team titles a number of other matches as well so i guess they could do a sixty minute draw because i could talk for hours about this back in the day. They used to do champion vs championship. Matches regularly the the nwa champion vs the wwf champion. I mean there's million examples and often they would go to the sixty minute. Draw so kenny. Omega is the current awa champion. And there's no way. That kenny omega is losing the awa title to rich swann. Now if you've watched a w they have made zero mention unai w television about this match. I don't remember hearing at one time. I suppose it's possible. I was skipping through a commercial. And i missed it but i don't think they've ever mentioned that. Kenny omega is defending the awa title against the infant's heavyweight champion. Rich swann on sunday at rebellion and both of the titles are on the line. Maybe they'll do that wednesday okay. But the fact that they've never mentioned this before leaves only a couple of options. One of them is. They're going to a sixty minute draw. And it's just not a storyline in w at all and obviously the other is. He could win the title from richmond. But i don't think he's going there and losing now. They started doing the invasion thing. Good brothers are there. But i mean they really haven't done anything invasion wise since they began the storyline. So maybe they will do a sixty minute draw. I have no idea but as far as your question about the one winged angel. I believe the reason they have mentioned that kenny omega no one has ever kicked out of the one wing angels eight. W it's only happened one time. I think they're doing that because they are hoping that. Maybe this fall they can bring in bucci. Do kitty omega vs code bucci. That's why they're doing it. I do not think they're doing it to set up rich. Swann kicking out of the one winged angel on the impact wrestling show. I think there's like zero chance of that happening. I think if anybody ever kicks out of the one week angel again. It is going to be in front of a packed crowd in a championship match at a big time. Awa pay per view. That's what i think is going to happen so We'll see but yeah. I don't think that's happening on sunday. But i have been wrong before. Let's go to the phones poughkeepsie. You're on the air what's going on. Hey brian So the twitch I just to say. I agree with most of what you just said about the one wing days i would just for me. I feel like it's leaning towards hangman. Being the one kick out of it when he With him being the ones that dethroned kenny. But they w Well that's what you were talking about. Blood and guts and how you thought it'd be served being later on and like a pay per view. I agree with you. But i think this ties back to something that is kind of healthier w to the crowd to fans in that. They tried to deliver what they promise. And when they announced blood and guts last year it was going to be a special and they decided you know and they just after you're waiting in society to pull the trigger. Inner circle was going to be in the last year with inner circle. 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I didn't have any problem with blood and guts being a television special at all especially now when you want to build momentum my issue was it's so quick like you you create the factions. You enter the factions. One of the factions returns and the match is coming in three weeks. It just seems totally rushed to me. But they've got a plan so we'll see where they go and finally would like to note is. I was plugging the The whales scout fundraiser. On twitter at bryan alvarez that we did another fund raiser this winter and Four of you one co hosting gigs on the brian. Vinnie and grainy. And craig show or any show of your choosing. Brian vinnie show. And we're about one month away from all of those invites being sent out because we are about one month away from vinnie. And maybe craig. We gotta figure this. I totally changed. Its entire room so let me try got room for everybody that they will be back in studio as vinnie. Got his jabba. This coming or this past saturday as well. 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The first abolition society in north america established in seventeen seventy five. The society for the relief of free negroes unlawfully held in bondage organized in philadelphia. By benjamin franklin and benjamin rush noah webster copyrighted the first edition of dictionary in eighteen. Twenty eight in eighteen sixty the first pony express riders reached sacramento california. President lincoln shot in ford cedar on this date in eighteen. Sixty five by. John wilkes booth secretary of state william seward and his family attacked in his home in eighteen. Sixty five. By lewis powell. Thomas edison demonstrated the connecticut scope on this date in eighteen. Ninety four a device for peepshow viewing using photographs that flip in sequence a precursor to movies. I've seen some of those actually in action. It's been about forty fifty years but they work. The british passenger liner are. Ms titanic hit an iceberg in the north atlantic on this date in one thousand nine hundred twelve and sank the following morning. Fifteen hundred three passengers passed away. Here's a survivor. And our lifeboat hit the water we could see. There was a great big gash. In the titanic and we could see the water rushing into this gash. You know the diabetic fourteen feet above the keel. Ten minutes in the four p. In all three holt and in border from six that's five compartments. She can stay afloat with i four compartments reach but not five not five as she goes done by the water will spill over the top of the bulkhead tech from one to the next back and back. There's no stopping from this moment. Still matter what we do. Titanic will founder but the shift con sinks. She's made of iron. So i assure you she can. She will just mathematical a clip from the motion picture. Titanic titanic hit an iceberg on this date in nineteen twelve. The first volvo car premiered in sweden on this date in nineteen twenty seven in one thousand nine thirty five black sunday. The worst dust storm of the us. Dust bowl swept across the oklahoma and texas panhandles and neighboring areas. In one thousand nine hundred thirty five in nineteen fifty-six videotape i demonstrated at what is now the national association of broadcasters convention in chicago in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight. The soviet satellite sputnik two fell mormon after a mission of one hundred sixty two days. In one thousand nine hundred sixty four delta rocket's third stage motor prematurely ignited in an assembly room at cape canaveral. Three people perished at the academy awards on this date. In nineteen sixty eight a tie between katherine hepburn and barbara streisand resulted in the to sharing the best actress. Oscar the first operational space shuttle. The uss colombia left it at edwards air force base on this date in one thousand nine hundred one after its first test flight california. Welcome home columbia. Beautiful beautiful over. Twenty two years of service completed twenty seven missions before disintegrating during reentry near the end of its twenty eight mission on february first. Two thousand and three all seven crew members perished in retaliation for the april fifth bombing of the la belle discotheque in west berlin in which to servicemen were killed From the us. President reagan ordered major bombing raids on this date in one thousand nine hundred six against tripoli and benghazi in libya sixty people killed bomb were reverberating in the distant and then the noise got closer. Screeching jets flew low overhead. Flares lit up the sky. Anti-aircraft fire from missiles shot across that they are hotel. Shield can shook again as we continue downing in the distant only after the rate ended did lights go out all over the front and then a blackout cover. The city of tripoli was on this date in two thousand six retired army major general john batiste called for the resignation of the defense secretary donald rumsfeld because he believed violated the principles will war planning when deciding to invade iraq and as leader he needed to be held accountable for that action as leaders need to be held accountable by that. I mean we went to war with a flawed than we certainly had the troops necessary to win the fight to take down saddam hussein but we know way considered the hard work to win the peace but teast one of six retired generals demanding rumsfeld. Step down breaking a long tradition of the military steering clear of politics passing away on this date in history actor fredric march singer actor. Burl ives. actress ellen. Corby anthony luli. What kind of foolery. I don whole tiny bubbles and percy sledge when a man loves a woman all those people passing away on this date in history. A born on this date. Helen keller's teacher and sullivan actor. Sir john gielgud actor rod steiger and comedian richard jenny. Happy number eighty nine to the coal. Miner's daughter loretta lynn. They wrote a book and the movie about this fellow. He was a whistle blower in the police department. Serpico frank serpico eighty five years old today. British actress julie christie eighty-one pete rose eighty years old today. The twelfth doctor. Who peter capaldi is sixty. Three brad garret very funny man three emmy awards and has vegas comp the vegas comedy club in las vegas which by the way is open. Brad garret sixty one years old from starting out of the sixteen candles and the breakfast club to adult roles like use as the dead zone. Anthony michael hall fifty three academy award winner for the pianist adrian. Brodie who won that award at the age of twenty nine. He's now forty eight. Your member lead in the wwe. Amy do masses for six. Buffy share sarah michelle gellar forty four and she got a nomination for little miss sunshine and scream queens on fox. Abigail breslin is twenty-five though some of the people who celebrate the fourteenth day of april is their birthday. And this is your birthday. we're the four freshmen. And we just wanna say from seventy one years ago april fourteenth nineteen fifty the screen directors playhouse production of it happens every spring starring raimo land on wednesdays classic radio theater plastic radio theater on your favorite station. Baseball getting underway. And here's an episode of the screen directors playhouse. It happens every spring starring raymond land. I think you'll enjoy this april fourteenth. Nineteen fifty seventy one years ago today. Victim world leader radio. I and recorded music. I in television proudly presents screen directors playhouse star ray land reduction that happens every spring director. Lloyd bacon the hollywood screen directors presented tail for april evenings. The motion picture baseball story in happens. Every spring starring ray milland and his original role vernon case in the spring of the hallowed year at thirty nine certain financial interests met in a build new york hotel room residents barons. The great american popcorn trust the city has dog monopoly and the infamous soda pop cartel. Business was off sales dropping more popcorn dogs and soda pop ed to be sold. That ladies and gentleman is how baseball wasn't ever since then it's happened every spring baseball. Let monk lanigan tell you about vase. Call they don't make no sense. For instance take the year of saint. Louis win this series this season. I'm supposed to be a catcher. Only saint louis catch pitches as either get head halfway to kansas city around stars and i'm so wild. I need a ladder so one morning. I'm out in the park talking it over with jimmy. Don't the manager when disguised shows amos. Dolan he's a real serious look all with on appliances and he looks as much like a pitcher margaret. O'brien walks up. The dolan says dolan. I am a pitcher and dolan smiles. This sweet dolan smile and says skram mr dollar. You need pitcher. I can win the pennant. You monk kindly make this crackpot disappear okay with this. I am not a crackpot. He says he ain't crack ended up pitcher either just a dolan. It's a simple mathematical fact. I can win at least thirty games for you. My name simpson. No no no. I mean your first name vernon vernon case well vernon beta tall. I wanna give him a chance. Maybe god something. I have indeed thirteen games. If you can pick one game i know queen sheba. That was the ed dolan started being called queenie. Because this guy. Vitamin k simpson yet eat on looked like a bitchy. He don't throw like a veget- but he's a pitcher. Thanks it makes sense my name. Is deborah greenlee them. And i think i know mr mark lanigan field. I mean it's also crazy you see. I was engaged to brennan case in that year. The year that saint louis won the series. Of course we all knew the vernon fanatic about baseball and especially about the saint louis team but we never dreamed it after all. He was a very steady on chemistry instructor with university and father would never have given him his permission. If you'd known it you can see how crazy it all is. Father is president of the university and one morning about seven thirty vernon rushed into the dining room. Why are eating breakfast and said. Good morning debbie golly adot greenleaf. I know this is a very our call. And what are you so excited about him. Father reminds me. Is there any more mush debit. Darling i have to talk to you. Dr green leaf. I have to go away before you go. Please pass the much. I'm sorry about leaving you. But you'll see i'm going to make enough money for us to be married money. Aren't you satisfied to stop today. Like any decent young university instructors dr green if it's in connection with my university work that i'm going that is if you give me leave of absence father back vernon has invented something. Yes yes. I have debbie. It's just the greatest. Well is a secret. Earning i watched you close ever since you came to the university every spring. Burn and you've acted a little odd if you don't mind my saying so i don't mind at five because this year brother you're crazy dr greenleaf. I'm sure i can justify my own. Only give me a chance. I employ you post thank you so you'll never it and debbie dog. I love you too. And i'm going to be so honed by i somebody. Please pass the mush Running out the door. And i'm not sure if anything happened at that because because all i know is that was. The saint. Louis won the series. Everyone seems to be confused. It's only natural. Because i'm vernon case simpson and of course. I'm the only one who knows what really happened. The year saint louis won the series will take up the story and afternoon preceding visited the greenleaf household. I was in my laboratory and performing a very important experiment. As was my custom. I tend on. The radio was listening to the baseball report pennant winner. But it doesn't take an expert to the saint louis squad at the loser but major week the pitching department manager. Jimmy dolan will give you the key for one class record distinct twinge zayed the saint louis baseball team and i admit my thoughts on the diamond. Is i bend over. A white precipitate forming in the plaza then. Baseball crashed through. The window of my laboratory looked up just in time to see google children disappearing around the corner. And so i turned once again to my experiment. Shambles complete shambles. The ball smashed through test tubes beacons flasks retorts and remains of my experiment lay in the sink. Complex mixture of lord knows what i put aside shards of glass and picked up a baseball which was immersed in the chemical filled sink. Looking at it. I lost my temper and through the wooden floor and immediately found myself grasping the baseball again. A surprising fact. Though i own the ball with all my might did not touched the floor to add that i pride myself on my pitching ability faculty develops in his childhood and all when i was not studying so winding up by let fly once again at the floor. After performing several similar experiments came to the scientific conclusion that the unknown fluid in the sink at imbued the baseball with an amazing property. That baseball was repelled. By would i wish i could adequately describe my feelings at that time for the food for my sink into a body could create the greatest pitcher in baseball history. Of course in the fluid ran out. Well i didn't think of that. I thought only this. If i should cut a small hole in pitches you've i should pour some fluid unresponded divided. Hold that spendings of the food through the hole and covered the service of a baseball. No better on earth could hit that ball because it would jona card dodge the bat so being possessed of an opportunity to play baseball a great deal of money and marry deborah green leaf. I asked for and received my leave of absence and travelled seventy eight miles to saint louis manager. Jimmy dolan agreed to give me a practice tryout. It was doubtful. And so i am afraid was kindly gentleman who was catching for me. Mr. month lanningou stepped up to the plate and monk called me. Okay young fellow. Let's see much it got i. Who has this guy among all and told me that one over the he wants to be a break as easy and get it over with. Watch me i'ma steam one of your compass. What kind of that must have been an optical delusion. It tried hundred bat a vitamin. Let's have that one again. Certainly mr lanigan. I gotta get classes. You better get some for me. While you're that at the same thing a vitamin coming here. That guy kidding shimmy shimmy. I'm standing here race. Johnny throws the school by the same us mel alcohol on my breath. I run but you saw that ball. Do what i did. Then you're drunk. He hasn't missed a dolon. I can throw a ball like that every time on vella either everybody here but you is crazy or you're crazier than all the rest of us put together. I don't know but anyhow you got a job so it was the diet vernon case simpson by virtue of chemistry. Came kings hitching giant of the saint louis and so it was that i turned my back up in the halls of learning simply because i discovered the secret of making baseball goal listening to the screen. Directors playhouse production of. It happens every spring starring. 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From germany to copenhagen federal judge ruled yesterday. The government was responsible for the texas city. Texas disaster three years ago and therefore was liable for two hundred million dollars in damages sought by victims. The ruling handed down a test case agreed to buy the court government council and attorneys for the two hundred seventy three people who and firms who sued the government however. The government is expected to appeal our last night wiped out the business district of tommy. Japan's atlantic city destroying property worth an estimated seven and a half million dollars in causing injuries to more than one hundred persons. Police said the fire was started by youth. A cigarette stub into an open can of gasoline. The chinese nationalist said last night they had mind the last seat channel to shanghai to impede an expected imminent communist assault onto schon island actor tyrone power director fritz lang and other american movie workers escaped injury yesterday when a philippine airports plane crashed into subic bay. Manila less than fifty yards from the group during filming of a motion picture but filipino pilot and co-pilot were injured seriously the engaged in making a movie based on wartime american guerrilla resistance because the japanese occupation illinois democratic senator. Paul douglas has offered to new proposals to cut down vacation. Time and sick leave grant federal employees. He said the bills would save taxpayers from one hundred million to one hundred fifty million dollars a year. He said this proposal. Big government workers more in line with time off ran. Workers in private industry will add up some creativity. The lee motors in new york city. But the ad slogan you bring the eggs. We've got the crates down one dozen eggs. It took just one day declare twenty to crank up the market frank. Ridler showed up with six dozen eggs and bought six of the ancient automobiles for three hundred sixty bucks. Motor company donated the eggs to a hospital and though some of the day's top news stories reported in the newspapers of friday april fourteenth. Nine thousand nine hundred fifty on your radio seventy one years ago today. The screen directors playhouse which continues now on classic radio theater back to the screen directors playhouse production of it happens every spring starring raimo land and his original role of vernon case with ted. Because as lambda those of you who can do so. Check my record with the saint. Louis baseball club during the which i speak. I'm known in the of course king simpson. Suffice it to say that the saint louis won the pennant and went into the series mysterious liquid accidentally concocted. the laboratory had done. Its work well. But if the truth be known. I wasn't happy by mind. Lingered longman lovingly over the blandin gucci's debbie greenleaf and was while i pursued these thoughts in my hotel room one dated monk lanigan. And i think what's the matter with me on nothing known some. I guess i can fix that find. I know how family now monk you don't have to do that. Well nice room. We got hit once this bottle on address. Like don't touch that. that's what i use. I mean that's what i use my head. It's et onic at tonic. Who's the dolon is pitcher. She's a young lady to whom i'm engaged. It's funny and other bra around. I couldn't do that. She does know apart. Doesn't know my dante about king sims. And they don't always mir. im him you know. Her father agreement wouldn't let me go what i was doing. Let's you gone where the habit. 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We are speaking to you from the white house in washington in a moment the president of the united states will give you a brief address on the eve of the united states security. Loan drive ladies and gentlemen the president. My fellow americans. I'm speaking to you tonight about something. That's each of us as individuals can do to contribute to the winning of the peace that is the purchase of united states savings bonds any workable program for world. Peace must depend upon a sound strong and expanding american economy when we buy savings bonds. We contribute directly to the strength of our economy upon. Which so much depends by investing in savings bonds. We are fighting inflation which is still our greatest economic danger at the same time. We are building towards the economic security of ourselves. Our families at such a time as this all of us can serve both ourselves in our country by saving all we can against the day when we can spend our dollars to better advantage our economic system. Which has given us the greatest productive power and the highest standard of living in the world is based upon individual enterprise industry and thrift these qualities at all times in order to prosper under present world conditions. We need them more than ever before. Tomorrow april of fifteen. The nation launches its security alone campaign as your president. I ask each of you to back the security loan to the limit buying extra savings bonds. My signing up for payroll savings plans where you work. Are bar the bond a month plan where you bank and by volunteering to help sal bombs to others. This is the most important campaign for the united states savings bonds. We have had since nineteen forty five. It calls for everything we can put into it. It calls for volunteer work in every community freely and patriotically given it acquires enough volunteers to talk to every american where he works are where he later. They experience of all the war loomed drives has proved that if americans who can buy bonds are asked personally by them and told the personal and national reasons for buying them. The goal will be reached last thursday. The city of sandusky and video began a week's campaign to sell air share the security loan bonds in advance of the national campaign sandusky and wanted to be the first in the nation to do the job and show the country. How well it can be done. If everybody pitches in volunteers out to visit factory farm and home in erin county the newspapers and radio stations and ever sit fraternal veterans women's and farm organization. Back up. I am happy to be able to tell you that. Sandusky and anti oversubscribed their goal by twenty five percent in one week. What sandusky and harry county have done in one week. Every community and county of the united in the united states can do beginning tomorrow. How well you do the job in your community will depend on the number and the spirit of the volunteers who tackle it. This is a call to the minute men and women to rally again to build up the defences of our national economy. Far as the slogan of the security alone puts it. America's security is your security this campaign presents to us a responsibility an opportunity every dollar that family puts into savings bonds. Now well being a dollar building for the family's security it'll be a dollar fighting against inflation and high prices. It will be a dollar working to win the peace. You have just heard the president of the united states. Harry s truman. Speaking in connection with the united states security loan drive which opens tomorrow. The president spoke from the white house in washington. This is cbs. The columbia broadcasting system knx am and fm los angeles again extra reminder veteran. Can you make the grade the grade. You held on discharge from the service. The army has openings up to tech sergeant just for you. Have you still got what it takes. Come on down your army recruiting office and see about enlisting in your old grade tomorrow the signal oil program the whistler that with all your signal the signal oil program the whistler i am the whistler. And i know many things for i walked by night. I know many strange tales hidden in the hearts of men and women who have stepped into the shadow. I know the nameless terrors of which they dare not speak yes friends. It's time for the signal oil program. The whistler rate had tops in popularity for a longer period of time than any other west coast program in radio history and signal. Gasoline is tops to and all the whistler strange story to do us part norman norman and was an art dealer an enterprising young man who usually wore a friendly smile only last night. The sale of six original german manuscript to the wealthy richard mars had brought him fifty thousand dollars enough to make anyone smile but now the smile was gone norman. Grayson wasn't at all pleased with the way things were going as he alighted from the cable car and walked along davis adair street toward the sumptuous funeral parlors of qatar and up a thousand confused thoughts raced through grayson's mind thoughts that went back to last night at the morris home in the heights. We're marris's young and attractive. Wife had received him in the study. I hope you'll forgive me for asking you to come all the way out here at this late hour. Mr degrees is nothing to forgive. I was glad to cut only. Because he's you know his heart. So i understand albert. He'll be up and around very soon. Richard like that bounces right back to hear this manuscript mr grace. And that's all he's been talking about the past few days. He's determined to add to his collection. I i do hope the price will be right. Thirty five thousand mrs morris. Five c baths shouldn't say this mr grayson i. I don't suppose it's good business. What's that this isn't a thirty five thousand. It's really a bargain. You think so. I know so. I know manuscripts to mr grayson. i've worked with them. For some time the winston galleries. I was there for five years. That's why i met richard. You didn't know that. No no. I had no idea mrs martha. Sometimes i think that's why richard asked me to marry him just to have someone around to help with this collection. Oh that must be dr read. Come in oh come in doctor who bugged me mrs. moore's i believe. I live my overcoat and it is. How is committed slight improvement. I'd sabe still predict jap adopted. This is mr grayson doctorate doctor. Mr grayson dr a richard. Is there anything. I know if he becomes restless late in the evening and constantly. Yes the prescription. Same dose as usual. I suppose that's right. Call me in the morning and good night mrs motorist goodnight doctoring with mr brazen doctor. He's a deer really worries about richard. As much as i do wellness you grayson. Shall we go on up and have a chat with richard. Yes dotting miffed degrees news. Here grissom the gentleman with the manuscript. The german manuscript spiel connection. Oh excuse yes. Mr gates and i talked all over. He's gonna fail them to you doubting. Aren't you listening to me. This is better not no. It's quite alright mr grayson. He let me help you set up. We'll look for the check. You have to find omega out. Everything except the signature rijn that that's a good boy. Now the pan. That's right we are. That's fine richard. Now i'll give the check mr grayson and the manuscript. They're all yours. Isn't that wonderful rich kids of justice class. It would only because the water. And here's something to make you sleep doctor's orders Now i'll be back in the lookie nine. Which were you quite what to make of it. Did you know you have puzzled about mrs marris. And the way she rushed the sale and then the check that puzzled. You even more downstairs. You walk towards the front entrance with mrs marris. Ed mrs morris. The price i gave you on the manuscript was thirty. Five thousand but this check his for fifty thousand. Yeah that was. My husband intended to pay i. We feel it's no more than right. We still consider it a bog. Thank you mrs morris. Because i won't refuse. You must have around to see us soon. Perhaps we can have dinner when richard up and around again mars. And i'm flying to new york the end of the week and i had hoped we could see more of each other. We have so much to talk about. I'm not leaving until friday dinner tomorrow. Night then sounds wonderful. We'll have cocktails six. I couldn't think of a better time. Have you grayson no. It's that's right. I'm jen tomorrow evening. Then moreau evening. It is janet when you left them are at home. You weren't it. All business in new york was important enough to drag you away by friday. You could put that offer a while yet. As long as there was someone as attractive as interesting as janet morris in san francisco. No business in new york could wait early. The next morning you cash the fifty thousand dollar check then spent the rest of the day roaming around town later that afternoon when you return to your hotel racing. Someone's been calling you all afternoon. Leave a message a young lady. No message nossa his yawkey. Thanks a by the way. Mr grace new seen the papers. I suppose papers. Yes the gentlemen. You were asking me about several weeks ago tomorrow. what about him. You didn't know he died this morning. Hot day it was all there in the evening paper. Richard j morris prominent bay area businessman art collector dead. You hurry it up to your room and began to pack the phone anna. Oh yes yeah. I just read the papers. I'm terribly sorry. Janet or anything i can do. If i'd like to say norman few things. We should discuss about manuscript. What what is that. Talk about janet. All right come right here at the house. That wouldn't be right. Suppose you meet me and say two hours from now. I'd be at the funeral parlor making arrangements for richard. It's undefeated era know. I'll be there. I wouldn't watch to do anything foolish. Like leaving town in a hurry with the prologue of till death do us part. The signal oil company is bringing you another strange story by the whistler april fourteenth nineteen forty eight the whistler till death do us part on classic radio theater classic radio theater on your favorite station. The whistler april fourteenth one thousand nine hundred forty eight till death do us part yes it had been a profitable business. Deal hadn't inaugural sailing. The six original german manuscript to richard morris but less than eighteen hours after he signed a check to you for fifty thousand dollars. Richard morris is dead of a heart attack and now his widow the young attractive jennifer morris summoned judea and of all places at a funeral. Home when you reach the funeral home a slender solemn-faced young man lead you down. A long. Thickly carpeted corridor the rear of the building into a private waiting room. The door closes softly behind you and your alone with janet. I have sorry janet awful. I just can't believe poor. Richard and to think i think i let you swindle. Not a fifty thousand dollars look janet. I don't bother to deny it. Manuscripts a forgeries. I know you knew it all the time. Yeah did not at first. He wanted me to take him to mansfield. For praising mansfield fred mansfield but i talked richard out of it. He had a lot of respect for my judgment. I see no one knows about this but and the man responsible for the manuscripts. They're quite good league lose work. Isn't it understand. He's back in this country I told you yesterday. I knew manuscript had to be off line by the way where is client these days in berlin cemetery cake. He made a mistake. A bad one. He was such an wish. They'd stop that music. I don't like janet what What are we gonna do about the manuscript. I could turn the whole matter please but would be such a bother well after what's happened. I just wanted to get away some way. So so i think view the manuscript that is a sell them back to you nam. Fifty thousand bucks. Yes you wouldn't consider the original price thirty five thousand now. Richard wouldn't like fat. I'm afraid to insist on fifty thousand You in the market nomin open at all right. janet. I can't figure you what i mean about. The money. marris must have left you a fortune. Why should you worry about fifty grand if he adds a catch to the fortunate tied up and trust. I'm to get on the eight hundred a month. That's awfully tough isn't it is when one is used to the things i am. Richard plan that way my own good you know. Wasn't that thought from. Yeah so when. I came along and so you a chance to grab off a little pin money. Money that he'd never know your head that's why you up the ante from thirty five to fifty grand on that check was coming back baby smart very smart now when people will be arriving. I'm afraid i can't talk to you anymore. I'll give you till tomorrow night. Thank it over. it's nice of you. Eight o'clock the house. Yeah don't forget to bring the money. I'll tell you a string around my finger in kham in sorry i took so long is taking a nap. The servants are all gone there at the funeral. Touching very touching. Why don't you go into this study. I want fresh bit fix yourself. Drink thanks popular prices of cars. No better let's just say i got up on the wrong side of the world this morning. I'm so sorry okay okay. I'm so. I better go in and fix a drink. Before the prices change. I will be more than ten minutes. Nomin make yourself at home. 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Okay it's crispy juicy tender or one but then also pickled oh and potato which is to was okay we count some up on you crispy chicken sandwich one word so you just have to try to understand the mcdonalds app at participating gums bottom of now on classic radio theater the conclusion of the whistler april fourteenth nine thousand nine hundred forty eight till death do us part a moment later you step. The records room quickly crossed the desk by the window. And begin your search minutes past frantically you continue to look for the manuscript glance at your watch. Janet will be going back downstairs any minute. You need time norman. More time on your scripts are in the house somewhere. Then your eyes fall on the nightstand next to the empty bed a nightstand and the half dozen bottles of medicine. You pick up the small blue button. Remember this one sleeping happens you stick them in your pocket in less than a minute back in the study downstairs. Why not may even going to assault show routine wanna see Later oh you fix me a drink now. Nice sweetheart kit to us naaman. Yeah to us Janet funny thing about ziegler seems to pop up in the most unexpected places. I remember the last time i saw him. London was right after the mockus affair. Remember it don't you. Janet janet what. What did you think the marcus affair the painting. Yes yes i seem to remember. What's a matter sweetheart. Don't you feel well. no no feel fine. Just sleep guest. i suppose it's Would you need is another drink. Janet no i. I don't think so. What were you saying about ziegler right after the war. Be long now norman. Your voice drones. On janet can hardly keep her eyes open and then finally she drops off to sleep. You keep talking. Then you'll get your feet and walk over to it. Janet janet janet fallen asleep. Have you don though worry. You haven't got enough to keep you asleep too long just long enough to finish here. Oh by the way. I hadn't finished telling you how i got the manuscript. How klein stolen from ziegler. And how i had to kill client to get them back and it was a bad mistake. On klein's plot You haven't much time now norman. The servants may be coming home at any moment quickly. You began a systematic search of the study. And you're in luck in less than five minutes. The manuscript tucked away. And you're inside. Called you leave janet sleeping peacefully in the chair and slip out the front door as you stroll down the walk. You talked the bottle of sleeping tablets into the bushes. Then when you reach the gate do turn look back at the house. Sweet hot sleep tight quite pleased with the way things have turned out on q normally the money received from richard morris is tucked away in a san francisco bank the manuscript in the mail for new york and in a matter of hours. Now you'll be on the plane heading east and you're not too worried about what she'll do. You just outsmarted her. That's all she won't do it thing she'll take beating like a good little girl perhaps look around for another sucker then an hour before your plane time. You're about to leave the hotel. When is not gonna door as lieutenant mention san francisco police. Y'all gration yes. Yes what is an thanks leaving comes version. You went some son of a business. With gentleman named richard morris. Couple of days ago injure an art dealer named mansfield over. And i have a little chat with us yesterday. Seems tomorrow said asked him to check on some german manuscript. You've had for sale. So the manuscript for forgeries according to mansfield lamar's diet and sautin secondly wow mansfield thought. He should bring our attention. I don't know what you're talking about lieutenant. You're not the morris home last night went through. Okay i just dropped in to say goodbye. That's all you There the night before as stein lawrence you the night plays and then because it was going to turn you in for fraud poisoned. Wait a minute. yeah he was poisoned. Look just like a hot italian. I didn't. I didn't play him janet. She must've Way of cost issue everything to gain. Don't you see money neither. then then. Last night she turns around and take some of the stuff or so what. Yeah sleeping tablets. It turned out to be poisoned. She's dead grayson. We found the half empty bottle hidden edmonson bush's in front of the house at some fingerprints on it very interesting to see how they stack up with yours. That with be your signal for the signal oil program. 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Street lighting committee this morning jones house then general committee general membership meeting of the women's club at one thirty is behind this day for peace. They'll try to move the stove yourself. I never mind. I got it and things like that. They should you with your back. I wasn't moving at any areas fishing. Behind for heaven's sakes note from mrs tennis. She must have put it up on this little shop and dropped down behind. The stove reminds me. I got a call insurance man again. I am able to recant his piper. My sister was suddenly taken sticks. I can't finish the cleaning today. And i'm rushing off. I just went out for the weekend without hiding your silverware like you always do so. I put it in the attic along with your jewelry box in case you clean on tuesday and told us that i thought of all the commotion. We'd that for a week you know thinking we'd been robbed. Said she left us to note. Dear here it is. She says you're out. A furniture polish far wags wheel. I didn't know that. I'm going to put them on my list. Commodity to breakfast. Oh by the way. Betsy asked me last night. If she can have a few of her friends over sunday morning for an easter egg hunt. I said sure. Thank you for telling me. No i guess she told you this morning. Cowering and jelly beans and things like that. Then we'll get a lot of color and stuff and tonight we'll Let's have fun. All of us coloring eastern. We can have early dinner ratings. Your lord and master has arrive where i l. Oh well. I'm sorry. I didn't get home earlier but mr crenshaw costs was on the war. Pass today for the love of mike. What are you doing mentioned the name crenshaw to me. I'm on the warpath an i could scalp and mrs rancher you showing on. What is this thing. This is an easter bunny costume. An easter bunny costume. The zipper is gone. Apparently the man award last year just ripped it off probably in a rage at having to wear the cost of at all. And i'm having to put in a whole news zipper up the back. Yeah i'm almost finished. And do he could jump sitting here. See them with rage at. Your boss is why i was all bone. What is mrs kranj or have to do with easter. Bunny costume often injure founding home. Whatever it is. That's her pet charity every year. She has a big easter egg hunt for my boys and girls as she calls them and it isn't that i mind doing something for the children. I'm glad to do it that way. But it's just the. Let's be the temp time. I've stuck my finger. Mrs kranj the same with this as she is when she's on any kind of a committee she takes the credit and everybody else does the work. She came up to me at the woman's club meeting and lot heard about me. Oh dear mrs pipe aku you help me your soak and i'm just helpless when it comes to sewing but i know it's infuriating but well i do thank you for saying you're doing anyhow you know well as i said. I don't really mind doing something for the children. But i do. Object to her. Just roping in the last minute. And if she hadn't been the wife of your boss. I know all of these things these things you have to do. I guess by the way it was a poor guy that has to wear the monkey suit dan. I don't know that finished now if you will get into contact and over to put the car away. Your are why All right all right. You have to pick a sandra hughes. Anyway i dropped their app. We went shopping and just call his cran. Johnson you're on your way and the repair. Just glance at the headlines off was bobby took him shopping. A little fellows tired and we got home. I fed him and got him right into ben crane show. Yeah but i got the zipper putting the bunny costume and oh what shame. Well i guess it does put you on this but i'm sure you'll find someone. Ob oh mrs crenshaw no no no mrs you know how some men are in mind particularly hate getting into a costume. I mean really. I was Mrs grand jury. I'm sure has really would not like to be the easter bunny. I yes i know yet. I hold on mrs grandma. Hold on absolutely positively. Shay wants to talk no. I don't look at me your boss's wife give me that phone who always does. It has broken his leg or something. Deliberately we'll tell you this will quit my job. I will quit by off the phone. I wash my hands of the whole thing. I've done my bit zipper gone yes. I love children as well as an expiration. Mrs grandeur but i yes yet i i know standstill. Let me see i. You look turnaround look. I don't follow the chair. You speak interesting thing. Don't be mad at me now. I did my best. You heard me on the phone. Let me see ya kinda cute. Just a great big pink. Bonnie look all you have to do is make an appearance you picture taken with the orphans and hand around their easter baskets unknown even know who you are in that thing so stop worrying now standstill when he just let me try and fluff up your ears a bit. One of them is kind of grouping kinda cute. But i think it's better if you stand up straight don't you take off your head. I'll have stuff of the year. Stand up straight your head down snaps dear. I think if you re the here how do it. Don't just rip it off like that. Honey oh honey. You have no objection to your husband appearing in public like this. Nobody will know you inside that. Get up you heard. Mrs crane show dude. I did hear mrs crane show the boss's wife or no bosses wife. She is not going to railroad to making a perfect so to say to. She just keeps at two until she wears you down. She does it to everybody however it is true nobody will know you end this thing and she said she would not give your name to the newspaper. Who's gonna get my name. My boss is going to get my name. Mr grant is going to get by name right at the end of my resignation. I m series. I am serious and that phone two children. I'm mortgage on the house. There is one thing. Money cannot buy a man's dignity. And i'll be darned if i am going to be a big pink easter bundy for anybody and me that phone. Hi this is. Gary moore the daytime. Cbs radio show of the same name. Some people these days are saying national. Economy's going right through the rupe others say better not since. We might have a rainy day and need that route. I say why not right for free. Informative booklet called prices growth. And you the address. American assembly columbia university new york city twenty-seven american assembly columbia university new york city twenty-seven they'll give you a good roadmap toward stable secure future. I'm sorry but the crenshaw line is still busy let it ring ring. Just keep getting busy technique. Keep dialing keep going until you don't get a busy signal even know you in that costume. Hunting will not be an easter bunny for anybody. Why does mystic ranch or be an easter bunny costume. Would feeding deer much bigger. We have we have two children a mortgage on the hauge. Stop saying that. Well it's true. Do you wanna start looking for another job now. Mr kranj is even hinted that when he retires. You'll be put in charge. I will not be an easter bunny. Not for some poor little orphan. That don't do that to me. Your nobody will even know you in that are making an appearance. Have your picture taken with a little. Children are please. I all right all right. I don't blame you. I really don't. We'll sell this house. Move somewhere else and start over. I mean it darling. I mean i don't blame you. You realize what. I'd have to go through realize guys sidling up to me and say mister mcgregor's garden old boy too many now. I know dread for all these children orphans. Let me see how. I look again lender. I have to snap on your head there else down. Yeah prepared you can see how you look now. You're you're kind of cute. Really what am i. Put more continental. I'll have to get it. And i'll put a bigger cotton tail on the back to their. 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Episode 136 - Travis Howze

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Episode 136 - Travis Howze

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Is With a man named Travis House. And it's an interesting tale of how we linked up. I cannot remember. It was the last time I was sitting there, talking with Joe or with Callan, but. The subject of that's came up in vets in comedy I was talking about them, not making fun of vets enough when it comes to comedy. In a people started reaching out to me after. Those episodes and saying hey, you need to link up with this guy named Travis. He's a vet himself and a comedian, which is the perfect lineup who is best served to make fun of veterans? Then a veteran himself. But. That's not all he is and I actually was blown away. After we connected and did a little bit of research, you know he was. He is a veteran for sure time in the Marine Corps, but then in the fire service sometime in the police service then back to the fire service. And now a professional stand up comedians. The guy has done a ton. He wrote a really awesome book about his own experiences. Called Create Your own light. And it's about finding post traumatic purpose. He, there's no way that I could describe the experiences that he had had throughout his life, so am going to leave him to speak for himself in the episode, but it's unbelievable the the trauma. And exposure. To trauma that he had throughout the course of his life, and what it did to his life, and what he's done with it afterwards, part of it being this book part of being speaking that he does. And it was. An amazing conversation I'm so glad that we had the chance to link up. Check out his book. Create Your own light about finding post. Traumatic purpose put a link to it in the show notes. And I hope you enjoy the episode of would not be able to describe this man, the conversation accurately so I will let both speak for themselves. Episode One thirty, six with Travis House, coming at you enjoy. Smoke. North. Of? West of the smoke. I'm looking at danger close now. include. Hey doing good man enjoy. Yeah stood so. I hit this. What does this cold cliff kill? Sweep kill cliff. South Carolina where. Kill cliff. I took one sip and I'm wide awake now I'M GONNA go. It's not actually energy drinks, so they make. chump book, not also that's okay. I was delicious. It is good, right. It's it's I. Describe it as it's the duct tape of mixers. You can mix with any type of at all in. It's delightful really now. They make a couple of different flavors. This one is good for anything that is clear. Well, yeah you could put into Keel if you had to kill it, but vodka and the recover the orange cover is. Lights up, but you need to be careful because it tastes just like this. That's bad news, and then you wake up and you're like who should and my pants, and you don't know who. Exactly. I've been there. I quit drinking at years ago because of that. But my wife drinks give it her and get her. Get fucked up. Yeah, it's so they do make A. Energy drink, but it's called ignite. This one is awesome. It's. Healthy for you as something in the shape of a can can be right. There's obviously. There's some artificial stuff in here, but I've been using forever. They actually my first sponsor when I got out of the military I, started skydiving and base jumping the way I wanted to as opposed to the way the military said I was allowed to, and because they were, it was founded by neck seal, and they were my first sponsor and I've been with percents Actually. Do you really enjoy it? So it's could still cliffe is good stuff. I can't get. A precise description, though as to where the name came from I did hear a story about a toothbrush in an asshole and guy named cliff. But I can't curve. which that if I think I know how that story went I would kill that motherfucker to. We had a story of some guys I. Don't know if the school resemble a toothbrush into Asshole, but it hasn't asshole in story perfect. We had some guys that firehouse in when I was a firefighter downtown, Charleston. This was before my time. The old guys told me that they had a guy. Come in do to he. He was drunk. He went upstairs to go to sleep and he was, so he was so out of it. The crew went upstairs and crack some eggs, and they stood over him what their dicks out, and they broke all his eggs in his ass, and then they started waking up in the guy we'll company felt all these cold eggs in his ass, and he thought they all raped him. So it's pretty nasty, but. Here's the thing you and I have a sense of humor I find that to be hilarious. That's. Right now are like what in the actual fuck is this episode? Yes? I don't condone that behavior. Change. But. It has to be in the right setting. You know that person will. Oh, yeah, you couldn't just do that to guy. You didn't know you spend prison. You'd be in prison for sure Mama friends now they're like dude. If you did this stuff you did. When on the job now you'd be in jail. Did. You get hazed when you're in the military. You know what I almost did. But I I told at the time I was a lance corporal. No excuse meals a PRI- first class and I got promoted to lance corporal, and we had big him Tanga he was a caveman and he came. At every bit of the of the word caveman to you because. He looked like he was thirty five and we were nineteen. You know when you're young. You're nineteen and you're senior guys. They seem so much older. They're really not. Exactly they can drink legally. That's right. That's IT and He came up to pin my lance-corporals on me. Not telling us at fuck. No, you're not doing that. Because they were doing it back then how all the RECON guys were taking. Pounding now. It's like yeah, fuck can do at me. He goes you and walk around here like you're all hard and you let somebody do. I'm not pretending to be hard. I'm not letting you fucking do that though. He hated me a essence of hazing when I was in I joined in ninety six got out and twenty thirteen. And I. Don't I've curious because I don't know if they're still. Is that aspect of hazing? There's the right way to do it where it's based in. Washington would describe. Love. Reinforcement perhaps there's a lesson there too right. And then there's I. Hate this son of a bitch. I'm going GonNa try to hurt him. One of them is actually I would say useful, but I don't know in the modern climate if they would allow it I, don't think so in. This is silly I mean this is nothing compared to like guys probably from Vietnam era and all that, but when you were promote to NCO they. Get. The the this did happen. They come in Charlie Horseshoe with their knees. Everybody's called the blood stripe in the Marine Corps, where we get that stripe down address, so they come up, and they bury their knee right into the side of your hip or I didn't know that I thought that was just on the class as no man. No, that's when you promote a corporal which I am. A rusty on my Marine Corps ranks that e four four. Okay, yeah. So you're an NCO so that you get your blood cap on your dress dress uniform that shit! Let's be honest. Let's be honest marine. Corps class as Smoking right there good. Have you seen the navy? Enlisted Dress Whites Blues Beautiful. No, they're not. They're talking about the whites that you guys have I'm talking. No, so you're thinking. topgun whites with shocker. Yeah, listed one. Oh, flap, that goes over the back Oh. Yeah, and the thirteen buttons, which becomes problematic when you're out like drinking and you take a piss behind this team buttons. There's these overlaying flaps that the buttons go through it's it's a pain and I've gone out drinking one time in my dress whites when I was enlisted. And I had to buy a new set the next day because apparently you. Know the Guinness that I was drinking was more on my address whites and let's just be honest that white show every so hard to go on. How Fun in that! It. There was a point in evening where my bucket of Fox. Went empty. More. It's like cheers and I think I had like a good amount of salsa on it. There was a Burrito like basically in the pocket. Of Great I just a I cleaned it with a garbage can and then just invested in new set of dress whites I've been out for so long got out in two thousand, so got out in but what I remember we deployed to times onto different MED flutes, and all remember the the dungarees. That's the real uniform that and all his different colored shirts would wear. Because I was on L. P. H.. Ooh neighborhood so I think we're shirt, you mean. No, they would wear like a green shirt. flightdeck crew I don't understand. What is all of this? What makes sense to them to them? Yeah, with sausage, confused the shit out of us. I wrote an aircraft carrier from Guam to Australia and we had access to one of the. What do they call it? The superstructures I guess that's above the flight deck and I'd go up there now. Just watch the Crow's nest. It might be yeah I know I was the most junior personnel there and I just kept to myself, and kept my mouth shut, but yeah there was red and green and blue and khaki yellow, and I was just washing that whole symphony play itself out watching those airplanes take off and land is Holy Shit at nighttime. When it's just you see sparks, you'd like here at coming and as. Controlled Explosion in front of you and then see they would lock us down. We weren't allowed to go on the flight deck or any obviously, when when the helicopters. Helicopter carriers but every once in a while, they would take us up there in gas mask, and we have to run up and down. The ship more like this is fucking stupid so when the ship would go up. Essentially, you're running uphill and then when it go down now you're running down here. You're trying not run off the end of it, and it's pretty interesting why the gas mask exactly look. You could face this. Shit. We don't die anyway. That's the beauty of military training. It can be. Argued that it makes sense in the moment, but most of it is completely nonsensical. I look at everything. We learned I'm like I. Don't understand where this applies. Just don't why did you decide to join? Long Story Short? I was wanted to be the Marine Corps my family. All the men in my military were different branches are either Army Air Force and I was stationed. I was right down the street from Marine Corps. BOOT camp out, okay? So I was exposed to that a lot, we played Little League football over there. We play against Paris island. Yeah, so I would see the drill instructor. Smoke recruits out there. At eight years old and I mean they would just be getting their ask and this was. HOW EARLY EIGHTIES! So. It was a little different than probably his now. Former being drawn to it from an early age. I was very intrigued by and then when I got in high school I saw that my life was headed nowhere, and I was Kinda fucked up and I was class clown, and all of that and I think my. My Dad was pretty pretty pissed off that. I thought class clown was this wonderful accomplishment, and so to show him I could be something I said I'll show you so in wrinkle. Join fucking infantry. Did you know you were going to go into infantry since I was a kid, so I grew up I grew up out in the woods, and I was always playing out there in the woods. Here South Carolina the whole time yet. Tom, lower and lower southeastern region south, gone and It's just something I always wanted to do. How is the boot camp experience because my only experience with Marine Corps boot camp. Is Full. Metal Jacket Just like that. I don't even need to say anything. That is what. I could quote at movie line for line. We used to watch it all the time But it's. It's wasn't anything like that. the digital stars weren't as hands on that movie was. There was some creative as there are in anything that involves a camera. Sure there were some creative liberties taken right like I'm I know you're a fan of navy seal was Charlie Sheen metric yet in his is actress just just like the real thing right even more so. boot camp for me was crazy because growing up there, I knew the entire base in the first thing to do and Marine Corps boot camp. They bring only buses late at night. The tried disoriented people, so you don't know where you are. They make you feel like there's basis huge, but literally subsizes fucking table like it's Italian big. Yeah, it's crazy. I knew everywhere unaware we were at all times, and I had all this liberty advantage bro Mutasa. It was hard because I grew up right across the river, and then to make matters worse, my girlfriend at the time we broke up right before bootcam-. Her father was a staff. Art was one of the range staff does. He hated me? Because I told her Mama Kiss? My ass right before when a boot camp. this is not a good strategy so far not at all, and so my second day in boot camp. He found me. Oh, now found hundreds instructors, nate. They tried to kill me for thirteen weeks. I mean it was. It was bad for me. It was tough and that's what kind of. Through life I realized I was like dude. I can get through anything. These guys are trying to smoke. Check me every single chance. They had and I realized that like all right. They're not going to kill me. This is making me stronger and it was actually Kinda. Fun Looking back I. Don't want to do it again by any means. But, it's experience though it wasn't a walk in the park for me at all I, mean I was singled out very early and blue cat and it was known who was I thought I was just GonNa Kinda Haydn slide, but which should be the goal of anybody. Here's advice for anybody listening who's considering military service. If people who are in charge. No, your name is generally a bad thing. You should aim to be the gray in my opinion. When you're gonNA like who the fuck is this? When I was in third phase in buds like we're on San Clemente Island, getting ready to graduate, and weeks and instructor came up to me and said. Are you in this class? Fuck? Yes, you did it right. Away if you've been here the whole time I was like who. That's. Okay and just went on with his day. Mike successfully completed as the gray man dude he's. Going to be a hell of a warrior, nobody knew he with his just better in boot camp. If they know your name, it's either 'cause. You're in a leadership position, or you've done something wrong consistently, and you're about to get fucked up. Or ihnen buds. If they knew your name, it was actually the same thing as an instructor because I went back as an instructor. Find New Your name. It's because you're in a leadership position I had interface with you or I headed out for you. That's right. Neither of those are really awesome, not optimal. Suck Man I do remember crying I. Don't like I don't like to admit this I remember crying in one. It's not something to like to admit but look. I'm secure with WHO I am I remember thinking what the fuck doing here. Yeah, and it was a couple of weeks in. I mean they were. They were ride my ass hard, so there were there were people who cried in my boot camp classes well, it was a very interesting. We'll hang election. Et but I didn't cry. Openly. Sir can hear it like like I. Don't think these people meant to either. They should have done it in the shower where nobody can tell your crying. Motown Song. Like father wish it would rain. He's talking about going outside. When it's raining magazine crying, you know I grew up working for my dad on a construction site where? It was rough. I grew up around men acting like. Men fucking children mostly, which was what men are children. It was super hard work physically I. Get to boot camp and you know people are yelling a little bit I'm like Oh. This is normal, not a big deal and I knew I wanted to go down the pipeline, so I I kind of expected it to challenging I found I learned how to March in foreclose because most people in the military. We're not doing a lot of time on the rifle range. There's just not a core competency that navy people have to have. But you look around and there were people who. Were on the air on an airplane for the first time coming to boot camp, who had never been yelled at before, that was a revelatory experience for them, and they were crying himself to sleep. There were people who got their way out of Navy boot camp by pissing in their bed. Dude I tell people all the time that happened with us, too. We had guys who would be the. Parasol and back then I don't know if out is now. I can't speak guys now, but they tell you back then you'll even here graduating marine, or you're leaving here in a body bag and they make you believe that. But there was one secret way out. Somebody figured out of bed. You're fucking gone. Yeah, I got in the fleet. My roommate, he actually ended up in the bed so I don't know how he got through. Marine Corps. Boot camp and infantry training for eight weeks. But when he got into the fleet, he stop pissing his pants. He got kicked out Marine Corps. are going. I think he might WANNA be. Business Fans may be. Maybe but are. He was walking by one day, and I got so much. Pine Sol in our barracks and I had his mattress outside in our goes house. What are you doing I go? I don't say the guy's name. That's like he fucking pissed bed and he said he did what. The next thing I know he was gone yet. I don't know why that I wonder why that particular activity is such a disqualifying factor so quickly I. Think because you look at the way we is Marines. When we live on ship close quarters, it's very just unsanitary and sanitary. Yeah I mean we had four hundred guys in one burden area so. That's GNARLY. Not everybody goes in the infantry. Not Everybody's stuck on a ship. You know just a small percentage, so yeah, I don't know. But somebody figured it out like Hey, hoses place down getting out of your. Campus trip it was you guys go in Chicago a Great Lakes. And you know at thinking about how you. You were describing how they make. It seem like it's a small base. The number of buildings we went to were very few, and we just marched around all the time like Chow Hall classroom. Back to the barracks. Yay thought it was really small, and then you, then you realize later on because there are people who go to their occupational schools like literally across the street from bases massive, but we didn't have access to any of that. Stuff is very interesting. NEAT look back years later the. I didn't I didn't get a whole lot at a navy. BOOT camp. I got the rank structure had a fold. My underwear and t shirts in unique fashion, which is still do I do goddamn right and to see you got something out of it. Nice cutting edge on my tighty WHITEYS, which I don't. fucking, pile. A different type unique storage system. I do that sometimes as well when I don't feel like folding, but yeah rank some uniform stuff, which didn't serve me while I think a uniform seven times in seventeen years It is interesting. At most the classes I was checked out there, talking about the of though the shipper. Do Remember. The best video we watch was back the deadly shipmate. They want you to make you watch that. We didn't move movie night boot camp. It was essentially these ropes that hold ships down. If you put too much tension on them, they will snap and come back and cut. People and people have to remember that really snapback deadly shipmate shit. I'll tell you what I took from, catman. What's the snapback. I I think one thing. I took from BOOT camps. I always step off my left foot now because they to begin the marching. Yeah, they teach you in Marine. Corps boot came left-footed your kill foot, so if ever go have to kill somebody. I guess it's GonNa be with my left foot. But he by your foot I don't know that they call it your kill foot and I'm like fuck. I'm right, legged man like I i. do everything my right leg power late, but I put my socks on. My left shit left sock. In my left foot, my left boot. I always. That's all I got from it. At least you got that. That's just like you got full near underwear. Yeah, so you did four years What did you know that it was going to be four goal or were you thinking about saying longer? I, so I always wanted to be a drill instructor because I grew up around pair asylum. And I was ROTC in high school and I i. was the drill instructor? The little platoon we had and I really liked it. I liked the commanding the marching and all that so when I was going to get out of Marine Corps. I really thought about reenlist in heavily but then I just didn't because I want to go back home on knew there were other chapters in life that I wanted to fulfil. Where'd you get based after became? North Carolina. Okay not too far. No Man six hours away so But I wanted to drill instructor, but then I thought I was like man. I got all these other things. I WANNA do in life, and at a young early age I, said if I commit to four more years. I'm eight. And then how do you walk away from after eight and then I was afraid well. I'll do four more after that before I know it mine tire life will be necessary marine. Corps plus the other thing is the only thing that interested me was the infantry. I didn't really see the Marine Corps outside of the infantry than being a drill instructor, and I knew right if I go to the drill field. Going to come back to the infantry. But. You don't see a lot of old dudes in the infantry. You just don't. Some guys will come back to it and centuries and actually, but when we I remember we didn't see old guys. You didn't see twenty year infantryman and is I. Didn't WanNa be that first sergeant later, who was sent down to motor pool of? Not You know that just didn't excite me. Cells that coming out. I decided I'm going to get out on the police officer. Firemen will try all the shit that I wanted to do. In life hit me. Head on. Yeah you know I. Haven't made it all the way through the book, but I was. Looking through some of the stories of your time as a police officer, some stories time as a firefighter and then. Comedy in the gallows humor, and the the one thing I think saves us all, but I'll let you I mean. Fire Way men talk about that transition in in what happened with it because it's fascinating for sure. yeah, so it's just a matter how deep you WanNa. Get with it. It's I think there's ten hours of footage. Let I'll say. You got your coffee. so I started out a early age I was fascinated with fire department as well because I went to school right across the street from a firehouse so. You fascinated with fire, department or Lighting Shit on fire. No Man I wasn't wasn't arsonists. Okay because I. Hear sometimes firefighters arsonists. Surprise. No Man. I could give a shit about the fires. Initially you know what I liked. Man I saw the Brotherhood in the firehouse community dude. Those guys were ball busters. I was in sixth grade and I would walk over user snack machine, and they would fuck with me and they prank me and they were prank in each other. They're always throwing water on each other. Just fucking spraying people barbecue sauce. They were just having fun, and I was in my mind and say these guys get paid to do this. Professional Jackassery, that's that's it and every once in a while you go. You got to face a little bit of danger, but who cares right so? I at an early age drawn to it a fifteen years old, I got to go on my first -mergency. Call Right about that in my book. And it was exciting because I just hanging out at the firehouse on a summer day, July ninth of Nineteen ninety-three and Guy Runs out of the station. 'cause they may jump on the truck. You go and fuck. So you never forget going on your first call. Lights and sirens go near I call, and the reason that call sticks with me is because that was the first time I experienced in the line duty of with firefighter. Oh Shit. My first call would have it, so it was excuse me wasn't in the line of duty. He was on the way home from work and concrete truck barreled over his car. Owner Bridge and I. I talk about this in-depth Emma. Book but. For since we only have ten hours left, I'll get to the point this they were they were backed up on and traffic on a bridge and this concrete truck barrels over this hump, and just drove right over this Sammy single about the latest spinning. Oh Man. There's mixed. Yeah, okay, yeah, so he he he went right over the top of this car, and he was sandwich in there and fifteen years old I was actually working the scene with these guys not endear, but I was handing him what we call her there to assist. You Away Hanan. Them cribbing to help support the vehicle because they were trying to get the the concrete truck up pull Sammy's car out. And when they all realize, he was a firefighters, just like a military for the votes. You know that's brotherhood and they're all. Break down crying a very just sambre experienced. Was He still allied? Oh, he was clouds. Going to say look was very badly messed up But yet fifteen. I experienced that and I talk about. A lot of trauma in my life, dating back to early childhood I lost two friends to gunfire or excuse me one friend to gunfire the other friend, his father, who are baseball coach shot him shot, his son shot his mother in the face, shot his grandmother in the face, and then turned the gun on himself and blues brains out. That was my little league baseball coach and I was very close with with them as well. Fuck, so this stuff starts very early for me and I didn't realize at what a young age. How this was program in my mind to trauma now my time in the military was nothing like yours I did for years. I got out. We deploy. That are shit fun. We went by. I bet you are experiences were very similar pre nine eleven because we would train. First opponent was to Japan and the things that went on I mean it's just a fuck. Ary that went on is amazing. Some wonderful experience right but I got out before all of the The big stuff happen, and then went on with my life, but happy with me is I was already accustomed to being exposed copious amounts of trump things. That I wasn't really ready for I didn't realize. So when I got out of the Marines, I went back to my hometown I become a firefighter and I got hired I went to the Police Academy Fire Academy almost got kicked out of Fire Academy because I was playing pranks on people. So this goes back, yeah! You were saying. What you were saying about guys? They come to boot camp. They're not. They've never been really yelled. Add or anything that same thing was going on in Fire Academy. These guys weren't exposed to the firehouse. Fuck Ary that I was they just signed up got a job, and they knew they WANNA. Be Firemen. Why get there? I'm already full blown Prank Modem, pouring water and people's boots, putting ketchups in their helmets. I'm fucking. Gaza losing their minds. They're not used to being pranked that they're. They're going to instructor complaining. They know it's me by this. So almost got kicked out multiple times under the instructor and complaining. How feel about that? One of my favorites was I used to augment freefall courses in Arizona. And when other instructors were out I would take their shorts over to sewing machine, and I would so shut one side of their shorts. The, completely shut, so they try to put it on. Their leg would stick and they would follow, I would. Die, laughing, the best ever or superglue their gloves to their helmet. That that to me, that's just quality at use of mental horsepower. That's money now. I just don't understand how people don't have fun with that. I mean I even when it. Obviously people find out rapidly. Who has a history of doing this type of stuff? Because you're telling yourself point or things like I want the credit for that so I know I'm Gonna I'm GonNA get some Shit my way, but I just would laugh at a two. They would try the same stuff you and I would just be like all right that was that was a B. Plus effort I'm GonNa. Fuck you up with some April Shit right now. I'll tell you when the best ones that was played on me. I thought I was a bed wetter when a fireman and I was like I seriously was like. How did I get through Marine Corps? Without pissing analysis on on pissing him Abed so one night these fuckers. Did you know an IV bag? They have this long tube hip Lagos an Ivy bag, and then at the end of it if they don't put the syringe on the end of it's just an open drip line, and they can control that with a little thumb wheel yet. So what they did is we had just like we had hung ceiling above my rack, whether which is perfect because I get stories about hung ceilings to oh boy. So they crawl up my. Foot have two feet from the hung soon they crawl upstairs. They put that tube just at the edge of the hung ceiling. Where you look, you can't tell while you're sleeping. They open up the drip and the entire bag. which your bed you wake up the next morning. You're trying to hide it like they're watching laughing. Felt like a pissed myself man. They That was a really good job. They get its quality, and they can control the velocity with drip CNN thought process. That's a varsity level joke I can tell you the best one I know. We can go round from, but our fire department. Excuse me the next town over Hilton her. They actually got sued by paramedic. They gave a heart attack to the. They they had to work him. He went into the fuck a full code I mean he got a prank. Listen this disc stuff, mean. These firemen walk in I. Don't say People's names, so they grab this grab. This guy and I know this guy very well. This is very true, so they grabbed the hold time down, so we can't get up. He's screaming. Let me up you. Mother fuckers ups. They walk in with chainsaw. It's dark candles like doing a CEOS say! Fired, his chainsaw and all you hear this big, still chainsaw. Neural chants. Weird Shit right mind you. This is all occurring while they're on the shift. I'm assuming of course. Their tax payer just wanted to make sure. What they do is kill switch. And he got run the Saugus Fuck. It's Outta gas. Hang on, and so he walks out with meantime guy the tied down screaming. Where they didn't tell him. They have another chainsaw right outside, but they took the blade off. Now it's dark. You can't see it took the chain off. So he comes back. And he lays it on. His chest, did a fucking. Any sued fucking City Hilton head for tons money. Did he win? Yes, got tons of money. That's. The only bad part about that story is that they're gonNA. Have Doctrine in guidance that comes from that. It is going to outlaw all of the awesome shit you're talking about. Sap's are in place and all that stuff, because somebody folks something that before right God. Yeah. There was a section cages and notorious section where. If you pranked. One of those people in this gauges like you. It was going to be bad like we would. They would take like flash BANGS and put him under people's shoes like and it would go and like. Go off in their cage. No I pro- no ear pro like deafening. was there when they put a Zodiac a full Zodiac inside of a guys cage we'd had him hooked up to Scuba tanks and a twisted it on so completely inflated this cage. I've seen him well. People's cages shut like a thousand ties along the door each one individually. And guys who would shit and Dixie Cups. Put it in the freezer and put that. Drill holes in it and then put that on top of their cage which. Bro. That's why I'm an. Cranking, you keep, this is the best fuck with my kids. I got a three year old six year old fucked up because. Yeah I'm Dixie. Cup Tonight. No fucking! Yeah, don't start in her hotel room. Yeah, the they call that area of the cages. The Gaza Strip. You did not fuck with that. You didn't Fuck No. No one of the best ones I think I ever did. Is I collected all the shredding from the top secret shredders, which is a fine fine mist and guy had his. Sunroof, open and I just feel that ship is far in there as ICU. And for years he would turn the AC on. It would be like it. Spit out a little bit of show. I feel bad because. That's what we did. We took a bunch of Lance corporal stickers on a guy's car covered car, and if all of his pain up, especially within like you got. At all four of my tires sliced while I was in the shower before I was the day I was leaving Marine Corps. That's what they did to me. They slice my fucking. Tires had to buy new cars. You guys. Are you serious right now? So the varsity move would be sliced the tires and then take a magnet. Run him down your credit card stripe, so you go to pay for it. You're Fox bill well. I had to call my father, so so broke. I was so broke actually to get gas that I had two pots and pans and I used to cook when he's little burners in my room, I sold that for sixty bucks to agawam real. He lives in California. Thanks, we all forgetting me home. He gave me sixty bucks. He's pots and pans in the burner. That gave me gas money. My Dad fucking tires. I'd have it flat bed to the station down the street. Guys are all laughing at shitting themselves. Because with the day you're ready to get out. You're ready to go. You're ready to put turn. Your bad has stretched me out like six hours, dude! That's a should I miss. Man I like guy, and literally crying right now from laughing so hard, like just thinking back of all the ridiculous. You could go on and on and on Oh I know it's ridiculous. My kids have the toughest skin I've ever seen a little kids. My kids. I'll see other people's little kids that we hang around and they're crying about dumb shit parent. My kids are over there like the Saint Shit! Is Great. All Right, so you're firefighter. So I'll tell you a little bit more about. To get out of that, so just kind of paint a picture of how it was man very early I was Franken and it was about to get kicked out of the Fire Academy. Instructor pulled me aside he's there's a time and a place in my mind. I'm like. Yeah, that's right now. All the time like I didn't get it. So get out of I graduated the fire cabinet. My first day on shift them walking into money fire station in my uniform door, flies, open a catch, a bucket of water. Right in fucking mouth whole book. Right a God damn. You know what I mean so and I'm thinking back to his instructor. Am like just do just told me there's a time and place. Apparently, it's all the time and right. So put him in a uniform. We go to work at lunchtime I. Don't have launched guys. Cook Lunch I'm sorry. New Guy We don't have enough for you. All right sounds appropriate. Then get on the truck. This is in my book. There's a story in my book and I'll tell it quickly as we get on the fire truck. They're going down the street and they just stopped me. PA- AIRBRUSH and they both look back at me, and can we trust you? House like. We yeah I guess you can trust me know. Can we trust you and now a felt like this very I in awkward position like what folks own house like Yemen you can trust me housing Marine Corps. I got your back. Don't ask. So they conversation for a couple of seconds, they get out. They grab a toolbox and then I. Watch them jump a ditch. Go through some light vegetation. And I'm looking through the truck they. They told me if you see. The cops hit the air horns sit up front hit air horn. If us all the cops here we are got firetruck firemen. And watching the go through bushes are working on this boat trailer and I'm like that fucker these duman? Then it hit me like they're stealing fucking boat parts. On duty as firemen and I'm thinking we don't. We don't do this dude. Meal you're in uniform in lookout in a fire truck, Bro, yeah, I'm the lookout and. This goes against everything I. Stand for everything. And now I'm like fuck I WANNA firemen. But I don't want to. These guys. Not Trust me. What do I do? And immediately I'm in that position. Will they come back and they get in, and they look at me like you'd better not fuck and say a word. I'm like Oh God Dan so now I'm in the backseat fire truck. Will they turn around start laughing. And they could tell that I was very nervous. skewed me before they started pulling off. They start laughing and they're like dude. We're just fucking with you in on what the guy in the truck was like. That's my boat. Trailer were just fucked with you. We gotta go. The boat store got to replace one of the roller pins, and that's what they did, so they played that Prankul now they think I'm pull immunity this criminal world. So what is the boat store? We came back then. He put them both part back on the new part. They were just fucking with me. Yeah, so feeling out. This is my first day so right after that like twenty minutes after that. we get called to a a head on collision with with the lady dead here I am on twenty one years old I've already been to more fatal accidents than I care between Thomas Fifteen eighteen, but I thought I'd gotten away from that for the wall, but now on the first day back on the job. It's like this is real. So I'm working lady on on his fatal wreck is a head on collision back. Then South Carolina Highway one seventy. It ran from Beaufort where pair asylum is to savannah. And all the military would disadvantage, party or vice-versa, people's van will come to Beaufort and back and forth, and it was just desolate was the third most violent road or deadly road in the country back, then shit in comparison to a road that was here in Montana. I don't believe I can't remember the name as years ago and then there was one in Mississippi and for longtime. There's no speed limit in Montana. I could see you drive at you. Consider to be a reasonable rate what it's up to you. There's some variables visibility. Precipitation. Intoxication. We take all this into account, but good. Everyday minister got wild from my understanding abet, and that's probably why you guys had the number one ranking in that position. I wasn't doing here at that time I was ll be know where I was born in Santa? Cruz the road that separates Santa Cruz from San Jose highway seventeen go that that fucker gnarly. Yeah, and when my dad would tell me stories like yeah, when I was growing up, there was no median in between no concrete to separate the bumper cars. Let me just tell you about every stretch of that concrete. Going over highway. Seventeen well is discolored from cars bouncing up against it. It's crazy dangerous. It is, but we work. We work nine fatalities in one. Moslem, road, nine and a one in one period, and we only worked ten shifts among. This, what I'm getting out of that in in my book, I talk about the stacking effect of trauma, and how trauma later comes back in your life, and it can fuck you up. Some people never never messes with them, but all it takes his one little thing in that one little thing for me. Years later was losing nine guys and one fire and I was on the body recovery team. All those guys are friends. One of them was my best friend and I had to go to pull them out. That was the straw that broke the camel's back, but we'll get to that down the road. Back to this incident. Working is dead. Lady cut out of the car on my first day. And this is what I talk about with the military. Our fight is overseas right, and normally when we that we come home, but leave the fight over there. We come back to whatever inner demons we may have, but we don't have to live in the environment that makes us sick. You actually have quite a transitional phase, or at least a little bit of time in separation on. On your traveling home, right and those environments, I mean for me at least Iraq and Afghanistan very different from the environment. You're returning home to so the geographical visual, a mental attack, a shift for sure yet and so I talk about that in the book. How firemen and cops not only do we live and thrive and raise our children in these environments that make us sick like. We never get to leave him. So that's eventually what happened to me. But after we this this call that I'm talking about ten minutes after we're done. We're back in our Reagan to the station were having dinner and we're getting ready for the next call because it's not long after that we're going to another worst day of somebody else's life and that happened to me for. Over a period of ten years, I was in a very very busy and and gnarly situations where a lot of our first responders are. It's not me on. It's not a competition by any means, but I got into all kinds of crazy shit that came back and fucked me up later. That's why I'm doing what I do. Now I talk about finding post traumatic purpose extensively I talk at conventions I talk at private conferences I do I do comedy events and stuff through comedy clubs, and at conferences, and just kinda mix it all in, and it's just a good mix. Were you getting like a statistically higher than normal? Just randomly, or you know what I mean like you said. It's definitely not a competition, but it sounds like you might have been exposed to substantial amount of that trauma. I. Don't know what it is man. I am unlucky. I think so I. Really Do now. Look for spawners. Go to a ton of stuff. We just had some buddies the other day. They were working on a bridge where a COP. Cop was on a bridge. There was a tow truck and this happens all over the country. You just never hear about tow trucks behind him. A got rear ended their own as several hundred feet up in the air tow truck driver was thrown off the bridge while these guys are up there. The COP was severely fucked up. He's in critical condition still. they had watches guy just fly over the bridge to his death. I mean you're in the wrong place at the wrong time. Yeah, and when you're in that profession for so long. So when you were overseas, every day wasn't combat radio. You had your time. Yeah, and it was probably a smaller amount of time in combat. Then your your entire tour. Oh, you know if you were there were there were stretches of time where you would operate every day right, but you're also on helicopters for hours or vehicles or walking the actual engaged in what people would consider to be. Combat was very short periods of time exactly so very short periods of time, and that's my point so with when you're in a busy busy department like a lot of first responders are that. Is All the time is constant. Yeah, you go one call to the next in. One Minute you're you're in a fight for your life as me. When I was a police officer, I'm on my back. I had a guy punching my face in grabbed my weapon, and afterwards he told the investigators he was going to kill me because he was going to prison and in ten minutes after that this guy had the upper hand on me, he was going to kill me and I was about to lose. My life and other cop came into saving. And then five minutes later ten minutes later. I'm on a domestic dispute. I don't even have time to decompress this domestic dispute arresting a guy who just beat his wife, and now when I'm arresting him, she's a me. Now fighting both of them. Now you get them put in jail. Then you gotta go down the street about for a fucking barking dog and heaven forbid. You're not as polite to those people. Should be thrown again. Because you look, you're just in fight for your life in two different scenarios, and now I'm here. That's why these cops are all. That's that's why cops unfortunately sometimes are a little short with people. You don't know what these guys go through every day, but I'm not GonNa make political thing just this, not a political thing I. Actually you know I'm I'm pretty vocal. With my support of Police People in the first responder word, you know it, my job was extremely different than anything that had that police do, but having to have walked up on vehicles and a tactical environment like it's hard to describe what's going through your head, and how little information you need to make decisions, but we didn't have to do. In my old job was responded. What you're talking about where you finish that situation, and then it's a domestic dispute, and then it's something that is trivial, and then you have to go to this call because somebody called nine. One One and you're fried, right? You're fried at the end of the. Perfect every single time I talked to my my buddies here in the valley. I. They were some of the first people that I met in really good friends. The got me into Jujitsu. Hang out with all the time. It to hear them describe they talk about their job. A lot of it is very. It's routine and it's very wrote, but like you're saying the person who was trying to attack you. They didn't WanNA. Go back to prison and that's the variable. At maybe people don't take very much time to think about is. A COP might walk up to ten cars in in one shift. Maybe I don't mean that. That number could be completely higher low, but you don't know the mindset of the person who's in the driver's seat of that car. Who Doesn't realize yet? They didn't pay their parking tickets for five years going to prison for that. You know you might get in trouble, but you don't need to try to beat the shit out of the cop a run for your life. That's right. It's an I can't. I duNno, it's a and I watch what's happening with policing in people calling to defend the police which to some people seems to mean. Other means take the money in like it's like that's the wrong path in my opinion. So. Yeah, I in the criminal world when you're a police officer. The criminals all wearing green lights. You don't know who's capable of what and who just did what we're just trying to do our job. When we see something possibly going wrong or something that piques our interest because we see these criminal element every day and we WANNA. Talk with you. People fly off the handle, and you're GONNA. Fuck you out at. Knew anything like calm down, Dude. I'm just here to talk with you. You know just trying to fill out the situation because I saw something that I feel is consistent with this type of your criminal element, but. People don't have court out on the street too many times. I had the Guy Greg Anderson on. who was the Seattle cop who posted a video that went extremely viral, just talking about? Largely the role of law enforcement and a pandemic era and he I asked him Oh. You're talking about it on the podcast. The difference in how he's treated when he's wearing uniform versus when he's not and just that stereotype, and how people will walk across the street or avoid him. It's like dude I'm just out. You're trying to do my job. That's all it is. It's tough I. Don't know how these guys. Guys, do it today. It wasn't not getting easier. That's for sure. No, so I did it I was a cop from three to five, and a very short period of time, and I was in a very aggressive city back then it was a fifth most violent city per capita. It was like wild west. It was nuts, but it wasn't polarizing like it is now thank God. Why do you think that is? Cell phones it's all right here is all social media access to see everybody has everybody's a street lawyer now everybody knows they think that they know what cops should be doing what they shouldn't be doing. I saw post this morning and it said you couldn't walk as as as a civilian. You couldn't walk into a hospital. In demand to regulate doctors and all this because you don't have the educational background to do so. whereas. Does that make sense? I see the confusion refits. Anybody would think that they would walk into a hospital until Dr. do that's that's the point we're making, so they're saying you. You shouldn't be able to stand outside and tell cops how to do their job. Right, but everybody is able to do that and demand. These officers do things differently. It's just like you operate overseas. Man Look. You understand that element more so than people that sit back and watch TV, or the guys with the play air soft in think they know what they're talking about. You know it's a different world. That we live in, so it's just unfortunate. What's going on and I'm glad that I had the opportunity to be a police officer when it was still fun, and you could actually be a police Indu-. Police Shit, and not now. What do you think it looks like? If they continue on with the current push two three four five years from now bracket, you actually imagine not having police. Look for in. People will push back on this when they hear this, so they'll say. When they say abolish the police. That's not what they mean in my response to that is for some people. That's exactly what the fuck they mean that. Yeah, you're right, and I don't think people are ready. Willing or interested in actually being their own first responder, look right, so look. It was better our second amendment. If you don't I mean look at what's going on in New York. Right now they're making. They're making all these misdemeanors just. Not even enforceable anymore. Yeah, and the crime is starting to shoot through the roof again. I think it's a cycle. I think what will happen is it's going to get so bad that people are gonNA. Be Screaming for the police to come back and they're going to be the heroes again. People are going to applaud and thank you, and they're gonNA, baking cookies and have welcome parades when they come back, but unfortunately the toll that it's GonNa. Take for it to get to that point. It's devastating and you can't switch a community like that on a dime. No so right now. People who? Maybe, felt a sense of purpose or calling. They wanted to be a police officer. They're looking at the environment. The people who are looking at beginning that journey fuck this I'm GonNa. Go do something else, but now they still need cops right, so I'd say there's a chance that you're going to be drawing and people who have less. They're looking at joining for other reasons I would probably be the polite way to put it, and then when you starting to call in. WILL YOU WANNA? Have that bake sale for the police? That community is going to be full of the people that you didn't want there. In the first place exactly and that should takes decades to fix you better. Not Be looking at getting into law enforcement to catch the bad guy anymore. A promise you that I don't. I talk about this shit all day and I. I described this in my book man. How when I was a police officer, it was so political back then I've never experienced anything like this, I. Mean I was really wrapped up in a political environment as a young police officer. But so I couldn't imagine doing now as polarizing as it is, I got in a fight with a guy man with a gun one day, and I decided in my conscience, not to shoot him I have shot him taking his life Lee justified. Oh, forget hands down, but I went toe to toe with him instead. I holstered up and fucking manned up. Let's do it and we. We went toe to toe. Officer the month four months later. Exactly Right. And here's the thing. Is that is? Hey thanks for not shooting in calls a bunch of fucking money, but this happened all the time. This wasn't just me. Tons of officers did the same thing. It was just one of those situations where it's like. Don't a guy forever. Every every time you feel threatened, you can go toe to toe with. Let's do it and I was able to do what I had to do. Get Him under under control. Rest him. What I'm getting at as I get off through the month four months later, I'm fired I. got fired from the job because I was bringing to make too much noise as a police officer, I was what they called a rock flipper right, and when we were out flipping rocks looking for crime, we were proactive as shit. And then it just got to a point where the other on the police departments like A. You're getting into too much stuff. Be Quiet. We need to just take your calls and I didn't understand that. As twenty-seven-year-old police officer like the fuck. You're asking me to not do my job. You're there to fight crime. You would think so what I did is I I walked out of that meeting, knowing better than our deputy chief and assistant chief new in my cabin me being patrolman, fuck, what are they now? Ten minutes later. I'm in invoke another fight after a car chase in about an hour and a half after that I'm unemployed so. That was my police police career, but I had a hell of a run for two years. got a lot of experience and I was pissed for eight years after they fired me because you get fired from being a police officer as kicking a balls, and you almost feel like you're a worthless person. Then like man police are supposed to be the best of the best and I just got fired, but I fought it for eight years knows able to overturn it later. Because what happened was there was a police officer on scene. That said that I asked him to lie for me I did. Long Story Short. was over a small amount of drug evidence that we found in the car. He said that I asked him to lie so we could pin it on the driver and state of South Carolina that's stupid because of its founding the driver's cars. His Re regardless yeah, that makes us what happened. Was He took that immediately went to internal affairs made a formal complaint, and now they had something. They're like. Look this kid and listen to us. We just brought him in here and he's clearly. Film. The head caused to get rid of fucking nailed me took pulled. My certification said that I I was Li- Comic, number, coming as police officer for lying. Fought for eight years. Because I knew that I didn't do that and eight years later, it was overturned when the police academy did their own separate investigation found out that that officer that May. That complaint was fired from three other agencies for Lyon. Then, they're like. Hey, we're here to inform you that you're now. Re eligible like no fucking. Thank you, but thank you. Yeah, so I went back. I went back to the fire department. Where really belong and anew anew? That's exactly what because you cannot get fired from being a fireman if you have a fucking heartbeat. You could go I've heard that firemen and police have one thing in common too, and as they both want to be a fireman. That's that's exactly right. Now, I'm going to be honest with you. I'll flip flop that joke depending on the audience. Talking to you. Actually I was sitting here. Thinking I've never heard that I was like brilliant. I'm actually going to do that. Police Convention I just spoke at the national fraternal order of police in Nashville, and I wish we can rewind and I would have done this episode before out of us that you could use that, and then when you go to the fraternal order of firefighters or whatever they have was flipped. The you just flip it those guys. Exact. Works perfectly. So, you went military fire police backfire back to fire. Was your gap from leaving the Police Service going back too far. Longtime offers like a week. Dude, so, this is actually whole lot. Why did you decide to go? Fire police made that shift so. I did a ride along right. It almost would be like you being in the Navy and you have an opportunity to go. Hang out with the guys that are already on the teams. Thing Hey, andy. Come Gentleness Wurley Burwood. Take Rod and see what we do. Yeah, and you fucking Hook and they show you the time of your life. They show you the good ship show. That's what happened. They don't show you the dog shit. So that's what happened to me. I was a fireman Charleston, and I was loving it. My best friend who was killed later on on on the job Louis Mulkey He was like you fucking loser while you're going to be a cop and I was like Dude I. Did Iran along? I gotta go. Get some of this. This is crazy. I renew from fire fire standpoint. We were busy, Shipman and do and we did a lot of fun, but these guys had a different level of high-speed nece. If you will that I wanted to taste, too. And I was hooked and. That's that's what happens, but when I got fired I pick up the phone and I called the The head chief back good relationship with him and I said chief. He said a house police job. Going to not good man I just got fired it. You should ask. Just got fired. He's the fucked. You get fired for and told him he goes well. You want to come at Charles Fire, department. Yes, I was like. Yes please and he pretty much hired me. That day took a week to get me uniforms and all that, but he had an opening. What happened? He had an open in owning engine sixteen on Charleston's west side where kid just left instead of having an entire new rookie class I was already certified. He's like ages Phyllis spot for me. The ATHOL PRO is actually beneficial to the team to because you're coming in with experience coming in hot, Dude I love and it psych. It was for eight years getting fired for a cop as a cop I was. was still pissed about that incident years later, but I didn't realize that was just a blessing in disguise because it put me on this road to where I am now sitting here in the studio with you. Yeah. Had that did not happen all this other shit? My life wouldn't happen and I'd actually probably be in jail right now for police. In the way we used to police, Bagman you never know. She's got with man for sure so. How did How did what happened with nine guys getting killed? During a heavy yeah! 'cause that I mean I don't a my brother-in-law is a single city captain. And he started as I believe in EMT. Worked firefighter. I went to his graduating class and San Diego see with firefighter. fucking Mike is Wrong then I think he became an engineer and then a Katyn. Yeah, that's right, so but I have never heard him talk about. Losing nine people on a fire. Noman so. At that incident still. I still speak about it openly. At conferences, but sometimes it gets, it does get heavy because I was very very personally involved in this and. That fire at the time was the second largest loss of life for firemen. At since the World Trade Center. Obviously, they lost three hundred forty three guys We can't compare that. But the fire department when you lose, Warner or two guys is usually a big massive is fucking massive and so percentage wise, and we had a department of three hundred, a little over three hundred guys so percentage still Charleston Right, okay city three hundred. Some guys city Charles so when you lose nine guys in a three hundred nine departments, a huge percentage versus. Per, capita. The FDA and Y who lost three, hundred, forty three, but they have fucking fifteen twenty thousand firemen, and almost can't compare those two incidents nearly nine a absent nine eleven. Just word to remove that from the statistics, and by no means I'm trying to diminish that, but it rounds out there you know what I mean, the statistical likelihood if something like that happened in nine eleven obviously was crazy anomaly, right? Will so Charleston coming from where we come from. That was very aggressive. Fire Department back then we were. We were what they call cowboy firefighters. We didn't really wear. Air Packs a lot of fires. We pride ourselves on being very dangerous I mean it was just it was fun. It was absolutely fun you'd. We took safety. And threw it out the window, and was that in the doctrine, or did you guys just adopt were noble tactics. That was the culture. would be like you go in to I don't WanNa talk your language because I don't understand it but I'm just trying to. It'd be like you. Coming from one team, maybe go into depth grew, and not doing what they do. Does that make sense? Yes, and you kind of just trying to do it your own. There'd be like noted. You're fucking up street. Yep, so I can't speak intelligently about that, I don't you know you fit in culturally? Can Kick. Rocks kicked fucking rocks so. We had a bunch of busy houses in the city of Charleston at twenty firehouses all right now only. A small number there's really really busy, and the other ones were slower, and then ones on the outline of a city were fucking dead. And what the same every every city! It's just like that so what you would do is if if you didn't do it the way they did it and you weren't considered. One of the boys had one of the era's in the fucking free houses. For fucking. Yeah, do that as a young firemen. We want to fight fire and we we want. We want to go in there and do the dangerous shit and do all look at me. Stuff you know in in that age is about the girls to man. You guys watched backdrop backdrop far too much. Didn't you know man and fire world? Nothing like that, but you know we watch. Maybe watch it a few times. I was GONNA say. But it's really actually the jobs nothing like that. You much like Navy seals is exactly. How I love how in fire they show these guys in there, just walking around and they can see everything. It's not like that do closure is that's what it's like in a fire? It's fucking black and it feels like an. You can't see shit so anyway. Go back to Charleston there for two years and going fine and the day of the superstore fire, which is the fire that was on the west side? Sofa store, so sketched were like one hundred thousand square foot building, and it was a furniture store, and in the back the main showroom I cannot remember square footage. They had this huge warehouse behind the the showroom, but it connected. What happened was that that portion of the The storage building caught fire that day. How from a fucking cigarette? A. Cigarette started this shit so. The fire somehow got in their spreads, so rapidly got into the main showroom by the time I mean it happened so fast or guys were in their own seen maybe ten minutes fifteen minutes tops. In whole building comes down on top of them, but they honestly I I know the real story. They did these reports. Now ask reports for like Oh, the building classes got burned to death and you can hear him screaming on the radios and Shit. I mean you can. You can play it back. And listen to it. It's very very bad. It's very eerie, but out. I'll kind of get to. Where I was that day we I was off duty. And we were We're at a golf tournament down the street. Couple miles down the road for a buddy of ours, another firemen who was killed four months to the day. his name is Shane Albers. Change the name in the book people if they read the book. His name in the book is Kenny Did that get fucking lawsuit, but? We're at a golf tournament at golf terms wrapping up and everybody starts getting calls. They were saying hey. Man Superstores on fire, and it's getting out of control quick, so you got a bunch of drunk. Fuck and firemen World Street Golf Flag Air fucked up. We jump in. Our cars were hauling, asked going down and see what's going on while we're on the way. I found out my buddy Lewis. WHO's my best friend? He's missing. And so when I pull up on the scene, the crazy part about this is I don't before I. Get to that point. Lewis and I worked a call years prior to this. Were a man was murdered, and he was set on fire and me and Louis were on her knees next to this guy. After we put him out, we pulled up on scene. He was still fully engulfed Envir-. Like just his body was unfair body. dowse gasoline. Lit A match. Put Him on fire. Fuck! We get called out for building fire. Turn Out! It was a man on fire, but he was already dead. So Lewis are sitting just like this. This is the guy's body between okay. I'm I'm me were on her knees and we're just looking at John. We had this moment because this guy was burnt. Ridiculously and I'm like fuck. We're locked eyes, and this is very important. I'm telling a story. We all guy over he was so burnt that it broke, snap his arm and half, and we from the puddle of water that we kneeling in where we put him out. We had a PICA's his skin off of our pants right. His skin was floating in the water and all our pants. And that would be me years later same exact scenario next to Lewis's body. Fuck same fucking on my knees next to him crying like a baby, right? And that's how real is job can get in s how how fast happens so? We get to. We get to the. And I got there right as the building collapsed and I ran up to the first engine, I mean we had fire engines from all had multiple jurisdictions there. There were probably several hundred firemen CENA's night. We, get there and I. I made up my Buddy David Griffin. WHO's now? He's a chief with the city. He was a he was an engineer and assistant engineer. He was the first engine on Saint. He was pumping. And ran up and I, said Dave we got guys in there, he said Yeah Lewis's inside because he knew how tight we were, and I'll fuck, and I just knew. I was like this good man building down at this point I'll do. It was in shambles, and it was, but but flames were everywhere. We had to to tower ladder. Trucks overhead operate now shoot master streams of water on this building. All the guys have been backed out in. Can we didn't. We didn't back out fires ever ever? It was a pride thing. We stayed in, and we fought fire. No matter what it costs, US nine guys. They took one hundred years of tradition to do that, but it bit us in the ass. Once the fire got knocked down enough to where they knew we could go inside. Do searches they they they They initially thought we had like. Twenty guys in because he couldn't get in touch with Gaza radio and then finally gas started coming around the answer well. One of the one of the assistant chiefs was walking around me as a battalion chief he he was looking for volunteers to go inside, and some guys are like I'm not going in there and me. Be a naive I was like fuck. Hey, I'll do it. Sir Twenty of US I want to say fifteen or twenty of us on a search teams. We're split into different teams, four or five different teams and my team. We assembled. We went in from what we call the Delta side, which is if you're looking at the business the right side. We didn't have any air packs on her back because they were all used that nights were having to take our flash floods and our faces, and were coughing and hacking up smoke still a lot. There's GonNa say I don't feel like that was an effective wave filtering your breathing, not at all on. It was fucking nasty, so. There's there's parts in his building, almost drowned inside his building because the the tower ladders. I told you they're still shooting. Massive amounts of water in a normal standard fire department operate and procedures. You never send guys in when those things are overhead shooting water because. It can shoot debris on it sense it can fucking knock you down. Hit your head. Kill you or the worst thing. It can blow fire back on. You can push a fire on top you. and. We didn't have hose lines because they were all destroyed in this building collapse. This building is still on fire when you guys were. I mean it's not as massive as it was, but they're still very very large presence a fire when we went in there. How much time would say is elapsed? Hour hour and a half maybe We probably went in around eight, eight, o'clock eight thirty and I think. The building collapsed seven twentyish. Give or take. We're in there and I remember low crawl, and underneath this piece of steel, and I got stuck all right in a moment belly. My whole head is submerged. Underwater stuck because trying to go under his piece of steel. It's all twisted steel like he's I. Beams Twisted Spaghetti. And I remember thinking I. WanNa fucking drown in his bill backed out and I had to find a different route. And we still didn't think release. I didn't I didn't think that we were gonNA find anybody. I can't explain chaos. It was in his building. It was just. But, we ended up finding nine of them The first one. We found I. Don't I don't really mention names anymore. It used to, but just. Especially if I'm going to describe the condition, I don't really WanNa do that. Yeah Fisher so. I've been to. Hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of fatal scenes, multiple fire fatalities I'm talking burned up kids and have never in my life seen anything like I was about to see. And! It was a personal. So it made hard I the first when we found I saw I, saw piece of silver, and everything was black in this building at night. Nothing. Looked you couldn't really recognize what anything was so I saw pieces of silver and Momma hands and knees, and crawl over to it and. I was In my book, I talk about how I was like a curious dog tilts head back and forth investigating. This thing I'm like the fuck is this and It was silver. And then what I realized was it was a firefighters air pack and I wasn't ready for that. Because this thing it exploded, and it was filleted open from the heat. And what I realized, I had hands-on was his back. And we were black bunker gear back then and so I push myself off and I looked down. Where his head should been have ahead. There's nothing there So I looked closer, and there was a whole, and when I realized is his spinal column was coming out of this whole. There was no helmet. There was no skull. There was just a few teeth and I can't. This is the best way that I can explain. What A SOLIDS! It's just a few teeth, and that's in. It hit me. This one of our guys. So call rest of my team over. They were probably. I. Don't know I mean. They were within ten feet. Maybe an auto must said Hey, man I. I found somebody and I was still. Blown away like this isn't real. And when they got over there what we did, is we we? We kinda maneuvered his His coat with his coat up. Then we put fire pants down, and he had his uniform pants underneath in his back pocket. We found his wallet. And we opened that wallet, and we saw his driver's license and his just like if I open mind is driver's license right there, and we pulled his credit cards out, and it was definitely one of ours. Our captains also like fuck. This is real. So. We all just kind of stayed there on our knees. Trying to process what we're seeing, you know. These are men who had been on the job longer than me. I was probably the junior in the crew. I think yeah, because my cabinet. With cabinet and another engineer, they bill job a little longer than me. So that. I could see it, and there is like this was a very difficult thing to process after you'd been on tons of scenes like this. I mean ton seen never one of your own. No and in the condition they're in. It is just I can't describe this. It's not like it was just somebody recognize now. We gotta figure out who you are. So. Our orders were to not disturb them because the coroner was going to come in later, we needed to mark them and we if we could identify without too much disturbance to do so. Then the corner would come in later. Markham with GPS because Labor. I I. Don't think they had this in the plans, but later they built this Nice Nice Park, dedicated to them, and there's a there's a marker where everyone of them fell with their names on it and. Some shit bag just desecrated that after all this other shit going on, but he will get later I guess but so after. After we mark him, we start searching more now. We are in the building searching for good time before we found the first guy in after we found ours some. Some other guys I think they found two more towards the front of the store and you can hear him. We were all in within shouting distance and They were doing the best. They could identify who they found in. You know no one is more important than the other, but when you have a best friend that you know is in that mix if you're hoping. You're not going to identify them. And that he's just trapped somewhere. He's lost. He's out there without his radio but that wouldn't be the case so. The next guy came on was He was off of my truck and a new him very well. He was just the shift before me. I was relieved him the next day and we didn't know at the time that was him. He was laying on his face and. He his. We rolled him over his hands up kind of like this, and it's almost as if he. Were Schilling himself from the wall of fire that was coming on, and because they were caught in what we call a flash over. It's not a backdraft. backdraft when there's no oxygen and room, and you introduce oxygen rapid introduction like an explosion right right? A flash overs the opposite. If flash over when shit is already burning, but everything is so hot reaches its combustible limit at the same time, so it just. When. It's a mass bonfire, so as a fire that explodes into more fire, essentially, no, so it is a super heated gases that exploded in a fire right so everything. This everything has a combustible limit. Even this this this microphone Yup these earphones there and they may be different, but when everything is so hot, they all combust at the same time. That's flasher. That's me in lay terms, not being a fucking scientist about it that why they vent ceilings to let the temperature out, so things don't do that. You mean roof crews with firemen. Yeah, like so. That's why we go on top houses and fires. That's what I'm saying. Yes. Okay. That's right, so that's what my job was. I was event Guy Roof Guy Okay Eyder. Company And we did search and rescue and stuff so. when we found the next guy like I say his hands were up but we rolled them over, so picture A. Firefighters Face Peace, right? It's black. You have the seal that seals everything, and then you have piece of plastic. The best way I can describe. This was when we rolled him over. You ever see a three d image of a ultrasound of a baby. Yes, that's what his face looked like and it was burned into that mask and that's. That's what I saw when a over. We didn't know who it was So what we did is on button buttoned coat. and. We had metal name tags back then and when I saw his name tag. Exactly positive idea so. Now onto guys in. And the condition I'm seeing them in is just scaring me because I'm like I know I'm going to find Louis like this and and we go to the next guy. My team found four right so the next guy that we found. He was in the back storage room, and he was he. There was no damage to him at all. He looked just like you are i. who just covered in Soot? He ran out of air and died of smoke inhalation in the back, and he was huddled down in a corner. Trying to get whatever a little bit air he could, he came over the radio that night, saying that he was lost and out of air, and he knew he was dying, and it's just sad. He but he was in his back room. That was A. Cinderblock Room. There's no getting out for him. There's no way out, so we rolled him over. He had a scratch over his eye that had a little bit of blood, and that was it, and he looked normal and I sat with him for a few seconds before we went on. Because when we found him, he was the seventh guy. No, he was a guy that we found so. That meant we had one more. and. Nobody had found Louis OAS like I gotTa Find Him. I gotTA. Find to find him and. I walked out of that room and What, it is about fifteen feet away or so, and then I just happened to look down to my left and he was on his back. And he had his Both of his arms were were out in front of him like he was reaching up to the sky, and he didn't have any hands in his fire code was completely burned off. And, it was just as radius and own bone sticking. His head was meant back and. The skin was off his face, as eyeballs were burnt out in his mouth was open and. His skull was. Burned badly. but not to the point of the first one. We found And I knew a knew it was him, but we. We didn't identify him yet. So I had hope, but I knew look in his skull, a newest facial features I knew he had it in a very distinct knows I knew it I just knew. So now I'm on my knees next to him. Just like years prior with that Guy Rodney and his name was Rodney that that guy got murdered in Where we identified Lewis's ultimately reached over his his body in a flipped his ready over founded radio, and on the back fifteen C., which stood for Captain Engine Fifteen. and. We knew we knew that was him. So we We? Did we did and you had grown men lane? Taken any around Lewis because he was just he was that guy. He was that he was my best friend, but you his best friend because he had about one hundred best friends, he was that dude. So we did we had to do We had a job to do, so we packaged our Gaza. We put him in body bags and we couldn't fit in body bags without. With ease I should say yeah. You're contorted the body to a position that fits in the bag. That's right in its people who've never tried doing that before the noises that that make you in the what's required is pretty gnarly, and so just trying to get that Zipper from toe to head its task in the. Here's a shitty thing. You don't want to hurt your friend. That's what I I kept keeping back on. My mind is like I. Don't WanNa hurt them. Don't hurt them, and I don't want to snap his bones off. And so we are as delicate as we possibly could be, and so we got him got zipped up. We drake their body or flag bodies with the flags. And then one by one after the corner came in. My team. We went around. We carried all all nine of them out. And always say. That was the The biggest regret my life was volunteering to go into that building because I didn't know how that was going to me, but the biggest honor of my life also going in that building killing them out. In a fucked me up for years, and it was all the trauma that had been exposed to in this was just the tipping point in what was to come after this got very very. GNARLY for me. In terms of exposure to trauma and depression and suicide I mean I was on a suicidal path after this and didn't even realize it. Because life, what I knew had had just changed. Sorry to get dark. No, it's that's the picture. I'm paining India when I talk at these events about exposure to trauma and finding your post traumatic purpose. That's what led me to two comedy. You know I haven't reached superstardom. That's not what I. What I what I was ever trying to do, but I was I needed something to make me feel good. That's what comedy later did for me. And he gave me that escape, and never need an escape before that, because I was exposed all these other things in life, but it just never hit me and now my brain housing group was full of trauma, and that was my my mental filing cabinet. If you will fill fell over, and all the all the files spilled. And out was a mad dash to put back in. Which? Is Easier said than done Yasser I was described trauma in the versions like this Cup right here and everybody. The easiest way for me to understand is that everybody has a different cup. And a lot of the cups they you can. They slowly drained from the bottom. If you have time or you go, see count. You know what I mean. If you have a comedy, a healthy outlet. But if you keep porn fluid in and some things don't bother anybody, so are they? What bothers me, bother you, but it could bother the shit at somebody else so there's is getting dumped in whereas ours has splash, but if you keep going and keep going and keep going regardless of who you are at some point that shit is coming over the top. And that reflects is not a good thing. It is not in the world better. Stand the fuck by that happened. We call it clicking off safe and at this where you get dangerous position and I have. That's what happened to me. It gets it gets very. My life got very nasty after that nine danger myself in a lot of people. How quickly to go downhill for you after that very very quickly, and the problem is I didn't see it. I didn't realize it because everything seems so normal. You know we in emergency services community just like military. The way we deal with things is what remember that old saying. We suck it up. And you deal with. Well that latter part the deal with it is usually the forgotten aspect would suck it up or jam it down, yeah! So the the metaphor, I like to use our brain like water balloon with trauma. Right in this. Suck it up, mentality. This is what's happened. I think we're killing. People were helping with that. Suck it up mentality I. Get it I'm a tough guy, loved I like promoting tough men I. I'm not saying you gotTa go around hugging and kissing everybody. But you also gotta be a man enough to mit like. Hey, I, I might need to talk about some things because being this tough guy, it's it's just poison in holding all of this in its poison, and so I was an advocate in the beginning. For not talking to professionals I was the guy I was bullied pretty much I turned into a bully. I would tell Gaza macroom like if you go talk to somebody, you're fucking pussy and I'm like and you and you don't even rate to be in his. Like how the fuck and they relate to us. I'm sitting here bagging my dead friends in this therapist. You're seeing Reta in book. How can she tell you how to feel? That's the METALLICA ahead. When now a grown mature man is actually the complete opposite. I don't think that's uncommon. I'd give yourself a pass on that one feeling bad about that because there. Especially in my experience at least in a type driven communities, there was historically and I think it's working its way out of those communities stigma associated with asking for help for exactly that reason like I'm GonNa go I'm overseas. Were banging out targets every night and I'm gonNA. Go Talk to somebody who has spent. Ten Years in school. Understanding violence has never participated in. Of Bloody Nose Yeah Yeah. So. That's a that's exactly. Why became an advocate about talking about it because I was I? Was this guy I actually? The way that I explain kind of how I was. It was almost like if I were a closet homosexual play in the NFL I had his tough guy image I had to put on, but I had these this fucking dark secret that want nobody to know about and I was hurting inside and I needed help a new and needed it. But I would not tell anybody to save my life, and it almost cost me my life, and that's why I talk about this stuff today so. When I tell you the brain is like a water balloon. In the Water Faucet is actually the trauma. You have three options with it. You can absorb all that water. Until at thing explodes. Or you can cut back on the trauma, which means decompressing Kinda maybe transition out of the profession if you will or you can. Let your guard down a little bit squeeze some of that trauma out of that balloon, talking to somebody and that way when Moore comes in, it doesn't cause it to explode and everybody face you. Let it out. You create that space. Yep, so that's kind of how I. How I talk about these things. How did the the trauma that you had experienced up to that point? How did it start manifesting itself in you? So what happened with me is I. I just start showing up to work so mirror, said we all we all drink, and that's how we deal with our problems. It was like me and you would go to the bar. We talked about it. We get fucked up. Drunk will start becoming more common I started staying out later. I didn't realize I would start to work talks kate. I was I was driving the city's largest ladder truck west side right now. I'm telling you. It's fucking dangerous. It was so bad man, not my proudest moment. But I would show up in my memory I told you. My captain was on the body recovery team with me. He never said a fucking word to me because he was hurting inside, too, and he was a big man's man and I. be damned, he's GonNa. Come over to me and open up about his feelings because we just don't do that. They thirteen years later. We still haven't talked about it really really because he tried to. Now need to I need to reach out to him. I've been at. This is an excuse I've been on the go so much I, you know. A tirelessly question, not a judgement. No and I didn't think you were and I think it may be realized like Hey. Like just clicked on. Yeah, I do need to reach out to him, so I will Maybe, he does WANNA. Talk to me I. Don't know if he's getting help or not, but that's that's what I'm getting back to its guys like us. That's what we do. Just don't talk about it. It's not like the guy that you run into out in the street who claims to be a special forces guy and he's seen this and done this. When you start hearing those loud mouth and you actually who knows something about a little anger, too. It's like yeah, whatever motherfucker? Pretty much says exactly how that plays out. Actually I gotTa Delta Force Story that I can tell you that I am kid. Tell me more. Do you want to hear this fuck? Yes, I wanNA hear. I WANNA I WANNA. Talk first off I love those guys by way, but yeah story I do too I'm not going to be one of those people that's like. Putting peop-. I don't even like say in this all right. I actually am fortunate enough to know. Somebody. Very close to that community. I'll just say guy. And I've had a long relationship with this person, so this played out. You can't make this up when I'm about to now. I'm not proud of this because. I'm forty two now. This happened when I was forty one and it caused me to get into a fistfight fucking locker room at Jim and I'm not the kind of Guy I. Do not want to be put hands on. People Shit hurts. I'm past that I'm trying to be better in my life I. Don't WanNa. Take aggression out. But when you corner me in a fucking locker room, tell you got a knife in its. You're a Delta Force operator, and you gut me from into in you. Leave me with no choice but to defend myself right. Yeah, so I will back. Dive is the only answer, might you? I am I good. For Okay So. I don't WanNa. Seem like this guy like I'm not looking for trouble. Because I was, but here here's what gets me. I don't think I've never. I've ever met a navy man who's not a seal I don't understand who drive never met. Bud's quitter. Only people really. Got In fights with their instructors had Shin splints or some other reasoning again. I just fucking didn't WanNa do anymore you don't get you. Don't meet those right. The correct or if you do, they are the anomaly. Don't get me started because there was some people under the bus, this locker boy. Everybody I. Meet is a as a Goddamn seal because I do comedy in after shows, everybody's like. Oh thank you for your service because I joke about the navy joke about the all the branch, the joke about a mole. Deserving it, yes, every time my cousins, a seal and I'm like courses, because nobody drives boats and we've flies a fucking planes. Nobody ties the ship up to the dock. Correct nobody makes the chow. They're all seals So have you seen the picture? The Marines just real quick. It's probably so these guys are in motor transport right and it's a picture of him. It shows him standing there, holding holding their weapons. But, their faces aren't black down and says Moti Marines, and then it has the same picture next to it interfaces or blackout, necess- RECON Marine. and. It's just that quick. They can fool people in their hometown. Like blew look Hosoda Federal Forces, yeah I'm familiar with the the concept of people behaving that way. Let me get into this Delta four story. I haven't had the pleasure of telling to me because I'm kind of fucking embarrassed about it. My wife knows and she's like Travis. Your forty one where you get into locker room, fucking brawls with people and I was like look sometimes. You need to get into a locker room brawl. I feel an obligation as a military guy grant. You can't go fight everybody, but every once in a while the fight does come to. You just gotTa Roll with. This'll happen. I'm on shred melander now guy walks in the gym and not only does he have a military style pack on? He's got the big member of big ASS alice pack. The Vietnam era. Yeah, so he's got that. He's got a sleeveless shirt on. He's got, but it's a sleeveless I can't remember exactly what it said on the back, but it was had some military slogan with kill on. Probably some version of Molin lobby probably I saw him walk binding. WHO's fucking toolbag and it would just eat me up, dude! I was on the treadmill. Watching him workout and I go. I got to say something. This guy. I gotta ask Him who the fuck he is! So. He walks into the. Locker Room, guard. Here's my chance. Now, here's the part I'm not proud of I should never done that I should just let it fuck alot. I should have been professional. So walk in here and it's like I saw hey, man. I said what's going on and he is not much I. Go you the military. I just threw that out there and he just looked at me and he goes. Yeah, I so what branch he goes! I'm not allowed to talk with you about that. Oh. That's the number one indicator of fuck bag. I love how heated you just got. Here this motherfucker now you can't make this story up. So I knew that right away all right. This fucking sucks. He's definitely nobody. That did what he's about to tell me so I said look man as like as marine, corps is like I. Just saw your military bag in your shirt, and he is well. Yes, your tattoos, Remar sock and I was like Oh fuck thanks for considering Special Forces I. Go actually I'm the only one infantry marina ever GONNA. Meet because everybody I meet is fucking more sock or RECON. I was I was just fucking dumb grunt. and. That, was it? He goes, will I mar sock didn't exist when he ran. Exactly he goes well. I shouldn't tell you this in. He started looking around and shit and he goes, but it's just between me and you rate night Oh. Yeah, of course I've like they don't fuck and comedian. I'm no. This is about to be with the world. If I can make it happen, L. Fisher. Helix Amigas. I'm Delta Force just like that and. I know that those guys don't call it that correct so okay. So when I heard that I was like all right. She's Dick and. So you are, he goes well. I was I got out recently, and I said Oh really because recently tells me that you were in I, didn't say this. My Buddy is definitely going to. That's a very small community very extremely small like one degree of Kevin Bacon. Yes, sir, one, not all six correct, so I go I said, ask Oh. What do you do now? You know he told me. Apparently. This is a military or this is an actual occupation. He said I do overwatch. I'm a contractor. I do over one. No, it doesn't. So, heard that and I wanted to be like no motherfucker. You play video games. That's what you do. Yeah, so I actually rolled with. It Dude. I said look man. I said so since you're in Delta. Force US OF WH-. What. Are you guys? Call That Unit Essex actually have a friend over there and I go it's it's so funny as a small community, you could see the Oh shit, like come on and I go. What do you call that because they don't call it that and he is on now. Man has been a long time I was like well. You just got two. Two years ago, said they. They still called at this, and I think it was or something so I'm no professional. When I didn't want. put it out there prematurely, but I knew it wasn't the fucking Delta Force. He couldn't tell me, so I was like whatever Mansa walked off. The PISS and I was GONNA. Leave it and as I was walking out, he goes. Hey, we're cool. Right is just between us and I go. Yeah so walked out. I was done with my workout for the day I went straight in a car picked up my phone. Call Buddy I said Dude and I got the guy's name to I. Don't remember it now, but. It was hot on Tongs, remembered it and I called him I said Hey i. said your home. He's gay and said. Look. Man This happened. He's just started laughing. He's like traffic is any fucking. Douche bags are out there. I said I've never met one like this I said. Can you just give me a yea or nay? Have you ever heard of this guy goes? Do not only I never heard of him. He's been around this community. Yeah, and I could've told you that based on the way. He described being a part of Delta Farce I. E, serving! I knew that, but I just wanted confirmation. Yeah, wasted a phone call now. Skip that fucking phone call, so here's what happened. I thought maybe I'll never see the guy again. Because now felt an obligation to really call him out way. Walk in the gym the next day. Walked right by me gave me the what's up. I'M GONNA. Fuck No, what's up now pissed? Walking locker room and I say hey bro. Has. I'm just letting you cats out of the bag and I said remember my buddy that community. That you said ends with a force that you're part of. He's a yeah and I go. I told you I have a friend over there and actually know Kinda know another guy and I was like, but I told him I called both. One of them have ever heard of you dude. I've never seen someone. Go from zero to fucking maniac in my life this fast even as a cop. I wasn't prepared for it. I thought he was going to be a man about it and just own it. This fucker flipped a switch and became an animal i. mean almost didn't have time to prepare myself. He's like you, mother father. He start screaming at me in the locker room in the gyms full of people now this is it. He goes. You motherfucker. You know who you just fucked with. How fucking kill you? And he had his bag open. He goes up fucking knife out and show you mother Fucker fucking. Gut, you boy, now gut! You. Boy came out, and that's on Some movie and I was like Oh my God. I got my back against my locker and the exits off to my left. He screamed so loud. One of the trainers walks right and looks and I. Look at the trainer trainers about to walk out and I A and I gave him the. Don't you fuck leave? We're going to need a witness. That's ex-. Because I knew what he just pushed a button in me that I knew. The fuse already lit and I knew this was going to happen. I. Just needed wait for the timing. We had a bench that was separate nece. And as as Adema, fucker stays on the bench were good, but if he closes the Disney them fucking him up and I, wasn't worried about his delta training. Dude he came over. He crossed that fucking bench, and you still back on no. Dude that motherfucker I don't know what happened. All I knew he was on the ground, and I was on top of him really quickly, and this big trainer pulled me on decides dude. I was about to ground and pound, and I knew nothing about ground impoundment of watch a lot of USC. so I think understand what I was about to do, but. To Fund trainer takes me throws me like I was a child and I hit the lockers. In Dude gets up. Ends like he's like huffing and puffing right? It's what I antagonize. Through my hands come on Delta, force gives you some more motherfucker I'll show you fucking going fucking crazy. Craziness big fucking trainer like I. Couldn't get to the dude dude scrambling any he's now he's running and now the trainer is like trying to keep me from him in on my God dammit. He grabs his bag walks out into the gym and now he's threatening to kill. Other people are fucking. Kill you motherfucker. He was going crazy. You get into. You can't make this up so now. So I recently did a A professional slash motivational speech for the FBI SWAT team. Do you WanNa know how I made that relationship? Yes, there was an FBI swat guy on the treadmill who I never met. Just watching this all go down like when he hears. I'm going to kill. He jumps off the treadmill. Yeah, that's his go button right there. APPs, this dude and helps escort him out of this. fucking building comes over to me afterwards. He says do what would happen I, still don't know guys FBI Swat. And I I don't know man i. Said Fuck I just told me he's GonNa cut me open any approaches me commanding officer of Delta Farce I told him I said. He said he's fucking. Delta Force against. Force he's the commanding officer of Darst. Yes, sir, yes. I don't know one of those dudes somebody. So anyway, my buddy tim now. He's a friend of mine. He walks outside and talks to the guy. That guy owned it with him out in the parking lot. He what happened? He Goes He. He confronted me about being Delta. Force in got Tim goes well. Are you know? Sort of So Tim tells me. He's like well. Why no fuck would you say that and he goes because? I already told him because you know I got knows guys over there like. And he's like I. Know that and he's like well. You fucking idiot. Anyway I almost get kicked out of the gym. Not. My proudest moment forty one and I thought about it I was like you know that could have went very south for me. And I have a lot on the line. I can't I can't be put myself Sir now when I meet those tool bags I just let him go. I just let him go. There's nothing you can do you I. Don't know if there's a move beyond. Let him go because otherwise especially. If you pin somebody into a corner and they don't know how to. They don't want to own it, yeah. And they don't see another option, and then they go psycho mode on you and I think he i. Remember telling me because you got one option. Let's get the fuck Outta here and then I was like I. that's not my cards so I don't. That's not happening and I remember telling dude. You got one option. You can call him a fuck down or I can stuff you in that fucking civil era backpack. That's what you know. Sitting here, thinking Damn, how did I get into this? And I was trying to find a way out, but I was like if he closed the distance and fucking him up. Can you imagine being that person though in like your entire life is pretend, so that's what we found out later right, so my my police officer friends they. They actually learned to the incident. And found out more about this guy found that he'd been committed to the state mental institution, so he was a Cuckoo bird. Now he's okay, so there are people who are not cuckoo birds, and they believe the storytelling or were. They've lived it for so long that they their whole personality is wrapped up in this sonal that they've created I can't imagine. What, that feels like when you're land down in your bed at night looking at the ceiling, thinking this is all fake I'm just full shit or deer like fuck. I'm John Rambo. Just got women Leeann all random like Gary. Whatever it's. Fuck! So how much longer you a firefighter? After that incident, the body recover and so right around two and a half years, and here's what happened to get back to that incident. everything started going downhill and now I'm in a position of. Downhill you're just driving. A fire truck hammered. Yeah, pretty much. Yeah and our. Thoughts. and. I talk about this book as well. It's I had these thoughts when we would be responding over the Ashley River down to back up the guys on the east side of driving my entire truck off the bridge. My crew would be inside and I'm like all right. We got these air packs, but they work from the bottom of the Ashley River. And could we get the morning time like I'm having these this? That's not normal. You shouldn't be thinking about that. I would consider that an abnormal thought, maybe flag or something. A fistful of them will just like here. If the cruelly knew what was going on in my head right so but again I'm playing this big tough guy role like Nah. I'm good. I got it well. Who knows what they were thinking, too? I mean if they were involved in that incident. Yeah, who knows the mental geometry that was going on inside of that truck? What if they were thinking the same thing like? Hey, man I wonder if we could tie all these packs together in and breathe on each other's air and spearfish, while we're down at the fucking bottom the river before we got some. Of that. So I remember one fire in particular, we go to a new guy This is who's as I fire and I remember screaming at him in the truck because we were about a mile out, exceed smoke. Roy townhouses burn and RIP PISS RIP and fire. Look back in a nicknamed him Sweden, and I'll like the fuck you doing with Goddamn mask on your face. We're not even in the trump. Duties this pre game I knew he was pre game at heartbroken. A little too hard. It wasn't cool with. Cool. Yeah, you gotTA. Look your local. He didn't look who I'm not firefighter, but I feel like wearing your breathing apparatus in the truck. A mile from the fire is a touch, premature, little bit, and at least be on the street that you're going. Here's what happens. If you don't go on air, right away. Your face piece just gets fogged up and he'll see shifts. Because there's no ser gish, I'm looking at here is fucking phase. bezos foggy. This stupid fucker can look back on him so anyway. We get to the fire, same world, search and rescue. Oppose new guy off. Immediately go into this fire now I'd been tons of fires at this point. so I was very confident in my abilities, but what I didn't take into consideration as new guy, and it just didn't give a fuck honestly and disappeared in this thing and I left him. Inside inside by himself. He'd never been one. and. This fire actually got away from US This Day in. Our chiefs. Outside call the first evacuation at. A part of remember I told out didn't backfires. This is after we lost nine guy so now. They were a little bit gun shy exactly and so, what happened was they pulled the trigger, but had they anonymous guarantee. We lost three or four including myself because we were deep into this bitch, and we didn't realize that the lid was burning off the roof. We call the LID. It was burning off above us and what that compromises structure and can collapse when it makes sense. Okay, so what happened? was they start blast near horns. We up coming out. but I started getting these these feelings I just wanted to die wanted to be like my friends I wanted to just die in a fire, and I wouldn't considering what caused. It could take cost other guys their lives. Desa selfish behaviour I was doing and Did you recognize it at the time or did not care less about the I? Just I. Just I was so much just didn't care. Yeah and. I started getting. into the suicidal thoughts because the job wasn't GonNa, take me I was like all right I got to put myself in a position, and I I need to do this. So what I was doing is I was drinking so heavily. Get my car late at night. and run up and down the interstate triple digit speeds, and the fucking state troopers were never anywhere I. Don't know where this guy's car, but they weren't on clucking roads affect waffle house. Got Troopers Anyway. I was hoping I would get reckon wrap myself around? Pine Tree like to countless individuals. I'd seen before, but it didn't happen, so what happened tonight? Oh so mad that I didn't blow a tire and I didn't have the balls to do it either. Pull up, at my house. is where. one of the hardest moments came from as a pulpit mouse inside, and also got fucking blew my brains up I start drinking I. Unload my Glock and stick it my mouth and dry fire it. And wanted to hear exactly I. wanted to hear that firing pin and I wanted to know exactly where that trigger pool was. So a knew it was coming. And I remember a draw fired. Three times, and then I called my mom. was late at night. My mom I was crying. I was talking to her. McGraw Man I'm fucking crying. And she told me years later. She knew that she felt like I was gonNA. Kill myself that night, but she didn't want to bring it up because she didn't want. If that wasn't the case, she didn't want me to even start considering yeah, yeah, so she was trying to play the safeguard. My Dad was asleep and I wanted taught him, but I didn't want to wake him up. And I knew I. Think I knew my father would have known because we're so tight that he would have probably been in his fucking on up so i. just let him sleep. told me mom goodbye took another big chug whatever I was drinking, whiskey, or something in a shove the show, the magazine in the in the chamber, or in the bottom of the weapon in wrapped around. A stugotz off mouth and pull trigger. And for some reason, I stopped. I had tension that trigger, but I stopped and I think it was from a knew exactly where to stop. Minna pulled a gun. My mouth is covered. Look like A. Dick Sucked something. I mean it was covered and Slobber I. Mean Good, Pretty Good Blow Joe Program. To make light of the Shit and a variety of comments that I, was gonNA talk. Trying to. But like I can very serious subject matters. I'll tell you a dick joke later it's. Getting. To give me a pass, man, fuck you. So, but it didn't come your hobbies your hobby. Judge you right Glock. Forty didn't come that night, so. I must not be too good, right? So anyway I, put this fucking gun down. I realize man. I got a problem I gotta talk to somebody in. That was the defining moment where I realized. This is getting out of hand. So, that's what I pick a phone call therapist and start secretly seeing a therapist, but still playing tough guy around the firehouse accused you fuck and you guys. If you talk to your piece of Shit and here I am burying US talking to somebody talking smile and I started talking to somebody, and then I found stand up comedy in two thousand and eight. And what you know. The crazy comedy is all sitting on my same couch that I wanted to blew. My brains out knows watching comedy. And it was so bad I thought about. Blow my brains out again. Shit sucks. Man wasted. My God was watching Gotham comedy. Live right near The local comedy show fuck note is in New York. I don't comedy central. I have I don't think I've ever watch comedy central. I have netflix queue friends with like a lot of comedians. Yeah, calm. They tell you what this shit is all right, but I don't watch it all right anyway, so joe and Brian. They're fucking hilarious. I got the best Joe Rogan Story. This will. This is fucking hilarious. Let's hear it. This guy embarrassed me so badly. Joe Did he didn't mean to break made me feel like a piece of shit. Yes! This is the lowest I've felt in comedy ever and all I did is I. Somebody lied to me. Let me get back this and saying okay. I I don't even have never even told me about. My best friend knows a story. This shit is embarrassing. It might be a book. Maybe I know. It's not because I didn't push name here so anyway. I'm sitting here, watching Gotham comedy live, and it was so bad I remember thinking dude I can do this and I'm GonNa. Get on that fucking show and I'd never told a joke in my life on professionally. Eight years later on that show so. I got in I. got the comedy `Bug without getting too long winded I started getting paid really quickly took to do comedy, and for new full-time firefighter was traveling the world. Literally it doing comedy. Go into Alaska just all over, and I'm paying guys to cover my shift so I can go to tell jokes. but still when I was back home, she still really bad for me. It was horrible for me. Man I almost a threaten to throw a Fire Academy instructor out of our Training Tower one day I through our training instructor up against the wall to kill him. How were you when you weren't at work? I was good when I was doing comedy, but that was a mess when I was not. Do you think he was just that proximity to the occupation in the? The trauma has come from it so is my entire world. Was the fire department and everybody in my world was affiliated with firestone, so working in my sick environment say it was probably inescapable for you and your cancer patient working in a fucking cigarette factory. You just couldn't get away from it. Yeah, so when I would go on the road. It gave me that great escape and I was like fuck man I didn't talk to firefighters nothin. It just allowed me to escape. It turned into something for me obviously I'm Joe Rogan or anything, but it to me. It reached really high levels I was able to get on TV. Multiple Times produced an album that debuted in the top ten, and I was overseas tours for the troops and. All that, but that all that came after I lost my careers of as a firefighter, because I got into a fistfight with everybody at my firehouse, and it was one that couldn't be swept under the rug like literally everybody yeah. It was bad. What happened? So after I slapped a guy at one of the funerals all right I slap guide at one of our funerals. That was a big thing in front of a lot of little kids and family members. This was me coming unraveled. Yeah, I was like a kid lashing out me and I. I was sick. I needed help and nobody. Nobody would pull me aside. And say hey, man was going on. There's just kind of accepted. Then I. I beat up another one of our guys behind a fucking build. This was never meet previous incident. I was just the guy that would just show us cock like. Jump, in the shower with you and have fun, which is also slightly awkward Bengals Day, but whatever, but I was fun. I was a lot of fun. But I became his monster, man and What happened the day of My last day at work showed up at work Sick. In it just came to a head is like the fuse had been lit, and the fuse had run out and what I walked up to our our firehouse and one of our new guys who I had zero respect for anyway because. In my mind at the time, they didn't deserve to be on the job and the only reason they were there. Because our guys were killed, and then we were brought up to meet minimum staffing requirements. Yeah, and so they wouldn't have been there so every time I saw them. I just saw a guy who just needed a job, not a guy that really wanted to be there. They questioned everything. They didn't have culture we had. We didn't question Shit your cap and tell you something to do something. Your engineer tells you do something you just. You hopped your feet. Yasser fucking do it. These guys like why do I have to do that? I Walk Up. Our monument for nine are nine fall and. Very special to me and saw coffee, sitting on top of it and so I walked right up to it. You're breathing because you can understand I mean I i. know where this is going anybody. Like. US would react the same way so I smashed his Coffee Cup. You react the same way if you know what the monument means, or you were intrinsically tied to. It had an impact on your life. Yeah, and I also can understand somebody brand new. Who didn't understand? -sarily would. It might not make an excuse for no like. Don't put fucking Copy Cup on memorial or monument, but I can understand somebody how that would be trivial into another person you're. You've just achieve DEFCON six which I don't even think is this. Full, fucking nuclear mode! Yeah! Full on the buttons pushed as it's going down and now me as A. Far removed from that I for years. I hated this guy for this. Because I am blamed him and I victims here right, and this is why Lawson job. But I didn't own the situation in and now look back, I'm like no. You know what? I, take full responsibility for it because. We are responsible for our actions. And I shouldn't have. Let not have let another being dictate how I reacted to the situation, but I was sick, and not making excuses is just what happened so as smashes cup snatch a door of the firehouse open. That's all my said. You Want Your Coffee Cup come get it since thousand pieces of said you ever do something like that again. I'm a beach fucking ass in a minute and everybody station to a minute because they knew I'd been fucking very physically violent with a lot of people recently. While my one. Other really good friend was in house and he. He tried being such a fucking asshole. And I took that as excusing the other firefighters behavior. In a looked at him, look mcadoo captain, going out sick and I looked at him because he was shit. Starter I said you say no. The fuck awarded Makiya. And a minute. And turn around. Told captain and leaving and I didn't get out the door, and he said something in turn around and Andy I can't tell you what happened I, just know. I blacked out. This is the only black out of ever my life. I blacked out in the next thing own outside the fire station, crying full on crying in my captain shaken me. Telling me that what just happened in there like I? Just gotten physically violent with everybody I. Guess in I went after him and people were trying to stop me. I was hitting people that I that I. Cared you just fighting everybody everybody? The cops were called to the firehouse. Norling we sweep should on rugged firehouse. What happens in house stays in house where they come in there to put it in their application paper workers and to arrest me. Okay, yes, so that's twofer. Fuck you hear. Car Fireman. How's that feel fucking piece of Shit? Also? Do you guys have an opening now here's. Cream myself looking up a fireman. By COBB, it'll be so pissed. That I'm like. We don't put in applications with Umbro. They put him in with us. We know the truth my captain in his infinite wisdom saved my ass because those guys were coming to arrest me. He calls me or my battalion chief. Now Only Macapa, my battalion chief new getting help at this point. Nobody else knew and I told him I wanted to keep. They kept a little secret so anyway Tang. She shows up. He just grabs me goes. Get to the fucking therapist right now. These guys are coming to lock you up to jump Macara Lasmo therapists. That was my last job. It took me years well over a decade to get better. I am the best version of myself. I've ever been in I I. Honestly think that's because of all the stuff I went through, but years later at some point I quit feeling sorry for myself, and I accepted everything that had happened owned, and it's like look I can't change everything that's happened has happened, but I can become better for it. And so that's what happened. It took many years now. Tell you about module Rogan's door good. FUCKER! You ever had a conversation with someone and they just made you feel. This big. Usually like on Thursdays all right good. As it today. Today's Wednesday Zeus. You got another day all right, so you can prepare. Once a week, so that should happen to me. Why didn't have time to prepare because listening to this? This was not my fault. So after I left fire department. I went to comedy fulltime. I had already been doing it. Two years I was playing all over the place and I was like all right I. can still make a living doing this. I'm no longer firemen. But it's not like I'm out in the cold so I ran from Charleston and I ran from my pass and I. Just put future in the headlines. Work as hard as I could was on the road forty weeks. A year for six years straight. Fuck, so meet this girl Heidi. This! This is what Hap- was in Virginia. And I was performing. This girl Heidi. WHO's a WHO's in Jujitsu apparently? Comes to me after a show and she's like Oh. My God. We had the best time husband. I gotTa tell you we Joe Rogan personally and at the time. That didn't mean shit to me because I was like okay cool. You know like somebody just dropping names. The conversation was left there well the next time I come back through six months later. They showed up again and she goes hey. Listen remember we told you we know Joe Rogan so yeah I. Remember that and she goes. Well. We talked to him about you and he's very excited about you. And I was like what 'cause Joe's like untouchable. You can't even disguise the man. Now. She's got me interested. Because I'm working so fucking hard. I'm working these Shitty as venues and I'm thinking man. Joe Rogan knows who I am. This is. I'm about to. To blossom and I'M GONNA be playing in better places she goes. He wants to take you on a tour with them. You serious is going. I was like Oh. My fucking God where this is going. This doesn't happen. This doesn't happen and I was like. This is one of those stories you hear about this just magical Mike. I know somebody now. She's got a relationship with somebody, and but I'm smarter than. Relationships, it takes relationships to make things happen and I was like man. This is just right place right time, and so I'm staring at the phone everyday like. When when Joe GonNa call, and he's he going to be cool. He's a scumbag Joe. Never calls. So. I ended up in Hollywood. This is like several months later. I meet up with a A manager his managers like Hey I want to take you out. just hit you in some spots, Hollywood or whatever, so he got me on a show in north Hollywood at the Improv and I'd already been out there several times whatever? Walking, up parking lot. Guess who's sitting in a parking lot next to Chris Delia. I've been say Joe. Rogan fucking right there in all his glory, just sitting in the parking lot. If, you have a small aura around him. You could see it. In the metal chairs. They were sitting in so him crystal. You're sitting here. Having a conversation and I thought about us as men. This is much. Now he can put a name with the real face. And I was so fucking nervous time to connect some dots. It is and I was like you know why wait for him. He knows me I'm going on his fucking tour. Just go introduce myself. That's what I did. and. He should Zina's luggage space. You can't make this shit up. I walked right up to him. He's mid conversation with Christie nervous ship because I don't I'm not a star-struck person. By this time I with Kevin Hart measure you had. A lot of people yeah, but but now this was my chance. I mean I was like all right. I'm going on tour with this guy. I'm going to be on the bus shit, and then I'll probably sitting next to the UFC ring with him talking shit. You know you might have a commentator job before you know it. You know it was just like. Let me just go talk to this guy. So. I Walk Right up in fucking conversation like a douchebag. Not only I like new to not to be a Douchebag, but I was just like age Joe. I'm Travis. UTAI. No, you've heard quite a bit about well. You talked to Heidi about me and he's looking at me. He's holding my hand. He's like he has his look in the way he looked at me. I knew right then. Fuck. This girl is full of Shit. And so still try to play it off though and he goes Heidi and yet man I. Don't drop last names, but I said her last name. As I, she's in Virginia and she said you know like you'll roll together. I try to use in a fucking. Terminology is a Gal roll together in that you're interested me for comedy doing comedy, he goes. Bro. Jimmy and people I know. And I go. Man I'm sorry. I'm sorry and I just walked away. I felt like I felt like the biggest piece of Shit Rogan story. And that taught me something. Though don't ever believe Shit. People tell you that is a fucking good lesson to learn it phenomenal. I would never walk up to somebody again because all that girl was trying to do was impressed me with some bullshit, and they don't know him. You know they don't know him from anybody. My best friend bus my balls all the time about that so anytime I'll travel out. Billy's Doronin and Joe again fuck off. I think you and I kind of met though because the last time I was with jaws like you guys need to make a fucking vets bore. And it was either him or count. I'm like you guys suck like. Don't give you the information like. Go. Say this because that's her. That's what I do. I I lay into him. I love it well. That's how I think you and I originally got connected because people like. Hey, you need to hit a travis I was like all right. Let's do this. So actually I reached out to you. You did, but you aren't the only one because your name had come up to four times a day and then I saw I was like. Oh, well, this makes it. Relatively easy I was woken up. got falls Munin on instagram follows you and I definitely heard you, but this is why I don't approach people anymore. Because of the Joe Rogan Story. Just stay the fuck away and I'm like I. Just wait. You know you had a different Joe Rogan experience. You see what I did. Y-. Who Good Dude he should do a show on that. Oh. My God just tell all the shit bag. Things like that, but. So Scott Scott, hits me up. He follows millions gram. He's emergency services industry to not giving them a plug or anything, but yeah, he listens to you religiously. I wake up. I hear my phone. Go off like one in the morning. I mean it's not a good time for friends to call. fucking dying. Do, Dick it was ten o'clock your time. I'm east coast. It's one time. Yeah, don't hit me up that late. That means it's an emergency so I look at it and it goes dude. You've got to get on Andy's podcast. You would fit perfectly just because of your background and your fucked up pass, and all this and I remember Lanier a woke my wife. And I said look I said because I. had heard about you and I said. I'M GONNA Messages Guy Andy and said I don't want to because. It was a Dickhead job. But I feel like windows of opportunity present themselves. You have that you have to explore them you have to. So she goes. We're going to go well. We'll be that fucking. DOUCHEBAG and I'm on a message. So message you and I woke up the next morning I walked near showed her phone. Because you actually message me back, go look at this and you seem kind of excited about it, not a fuck off. And I I was I was thrilled to death. There's how often do you get the chance to sit down and make fun of other vets? I tell them I tell Joe and Brian Mike. You're missing. Their windows represented with platform. They have oh my, God, give me that platform I'll. Here's the problem though is that. They feel and probably rightfully so uncomfortable. Crushing on vets given that have been doing. Who Was it who did a? WAS IT Bill Burr? He went after a touch with like the boarding the aircraft. Like who's he gonNa be fucked God likes, but I think that's about as far as they can take it. I understand that point. That's why I lay into him and I. You know what I like every once in a while. Here's a cool thing about our community. We don't give a fuck. We're so friendly. We get is just busting balls. I talk about the Marine Corps. Be in the men's department of the Navy right. Actually that's you know what's funny. Is I actually describe it exactly that way? It's an old joke. People said it from since the forties and Shit, but I have people yell it, 'cause I do a joke about the navy and fuck them up and before getting to know the joke, but I guarantee you deserved right, and I talk about doing a show where a sailor like remiss department our. Department of Navy knows again. Men's department and fucking audiences shouldn't himself and then? I do a couple riffs after that I fuck with the Air Force and I love when people go as like military in here galleries, a or like coastguard, not yet I don't fucking count, and I'll go somewhere else and people civilians get pissed, but military laugh their ass off. Yeah and I'm like I look at them. Like what branch were you in? But. That's not around like well you, don't you? You can't fucking Shit. You don't votes cocktail day Kaiser's. But I've had several occasions. Someone from the audience will come up to me afterwards, and they're like former was in the navy, and I don't appreciate that joke. I'm like I, wish you. Know He'd fucking shit his pants laughing at it and I was like so don't worry about it. Go tell it to him. He'll ha five anyone he later anyway. I don't know I think. I just think it's an under served population. That could be just. Detonated and should be detonated I'm trying I'm trying to reach a man because it's I think what it is to is. I'm doing all these private events now to where. I'll I'll talk about the real of finding post-traumatic purpose I talk about what I've been through so much more. We scratch the surface on this, but. I I do comedy events in the evenings after these conferences, and it's so cool because I used to just speak, and now I figure like wait. I'm already there. They might as well. Does nothing going on so now? I speak in the morning. They get the real like Oh fuck this shit is it's his real? And then they come at night and shit their pants laughing and it's Kinda like. Wow. This is full circle like you can really see how. This guy was in the gutter, having the time of his life. You know I'm past all of that stuff, but how perhaps they're tied together right and so I get asked to do these the private you know things for different police conferences, fire, conferences, military organizations and stuff like that and I feel like look. I have a voice I'm not the only voice for him, but I have one. And it relates exactly what we do like all the shit that you think is funny. Oh God. That's my audience I realized a long time ago. LA's not my audience new. York has not my audience I it. Everybody in between. That's my shit. Those should be your audiences because people should think what I think is hilarious. fucking hilarious sense of humor is amazing dude. I've been on sage. Multiple Times and it's so funny because when I go up. Also when you're not a huge huge name, is you do get the kind of a proven to me thing. But when I go up and I start doing Marinjo. Police jokes especially now fire jokes scully me, mother, Fucker, whatever, but you get those select few that don't really care for it, but for the most part I'm I'm very well received I like it. What we'll say about Joe. He's like the nicest motherfucker. I don't I. Don't doubt that at all. Yeah, at all. My experience with whom I caught him off guard. He probably was telling Chris not to hit up girls it under eighteen. They were probably in the middle something really good like telling him girls under underage. He wasn't a Douche bag to me at all. I was douchebag for approaching him the way I did. and honestly he, he handled it. I couldn't imagine being. Having to experience things that he experiences and people coming up to him and having to be polite about everything I get do. We were in an archery shop in San Diego and Delhi was there and he was teaching Jaakko had to shoot and. I feel bizarre in in this. Because even like the seal community right, there's we went to. We went to Joe's comedy. Show that night and add jobs. Comedy shows like yeah. It was a one of the. One of the casinos ogre, but people are like seeking out Jaakko detaille picture, so there's a level of like celebrity status in that community, and then at this Bo shop I watched Joe tried to get to the bathroom, and it took him like thirty minutes to go thirty feet. I wonder if he was a diaper, sometimes he just you know what the he just he'll talk with everybody well. He's Super Nice. It's been. It's bizarre. met him randomly through Tait Fletcher when he told you. Guys come on your podcast and next thing I'm sitting there first time I'd ever met him was when he hit the record button real. Are you serious? Yeah, seat I feel like Joe who I am. because. I've submitted his podcast. Multiple Times never heard anything back now. Thank you remember that name. It studies fuck. No now they're guy. Yeah, I randomly met Tate on the first podcast that was ever a guest on, and then I met Cowan. Because the fighter and the kid was the second one was ever on, and then Joe's was the third that had ever sat down in front of and we just stayed in touch and became great friends over the years that he was his idea for me to start my well, he's. He's probably birthed. Thousands of podcasts I've heard like. Oh, you should start a podcast. We'll fuck me Joe Rogan. Just start podcast. So I'm GonNa Start by I listened to yield episode I was on. That treadmill was looking for the Delta Force got to come back in. Just, good episode him kick some ass. But. He's been cool. It's good when I was. Trying, to figure out how to do this feels like God it. Who Do I know? That knows how to do this stuff. I'm like Oh son of a bitch. I'M GONNA get hold Jamie. You're not you might know some money it was cheating was essentially cheating, but yeah, it's I ships man. He's a cool motherfucker. He's one of the coolest dudes that I've ever met. That's in that orbit I. Don't know that many people who are in that orbit of and I'm not star starstruck either, but I've been around enough people. That I would say that are like kind of in that sphere that he's in. A lot of them eat dick. As human being. They're not awesome, dude, you WanNa hear some more stories. Yes, without names, though no I need name, I can't do that. I got a good one for you. Though Senate this is a I can tell you afterwards. Who was this guy very well very well known guy What occupation comedy okay? Saturday night live K.? Comedian all right. I'm agreeing with you. There's so many good dudes out there and I've met them at all levels. There's so many good ones, but then there are those in this one. I get hired to go to. Jacksonville Florida to open for the celebrity anytime. You get to work with with a no name. It's cool because you're like. Are you share a stage with somebody who's who's been doing this professionally for a long time? It's just it's a neat experience man. It really is an relationships. Do matter related. I'm a firm believer in relationship. You have to have relationships. There's you can't do anything on your own. And you always have to be willing to help other people right. It's not just take. It's fucking. Give right and just give more than this. fucking take so. Like. You've given me an opportunity here. You've given me this wonderful beverage. You've given me this. Without I. Given you fucking Shitty Book, so I need to give some more Phil. Where's my wife? Human Colorado. She's off with the kids. Yes, awesome in Montana. Not, his fucking place don't get me started, so don't lose track where telling shitty stories about celebrities. This is one of my favorites. Okay so. I go to Jacksonville and shows about start this late. Getting to his own show I'm there I like as a courtesy to ask? Hey and I'm already headline everywhere I play anyway at this point to this point, so I understand like look I'm being hired just to come in and open for you I'm not trying to steal your show. This isn't about me, but this is about you and it's about me respecting your show, so do you have any? Do's and don'ts that you would not like on your show, yeah? Most of the time, dudes are like do whatever the fuck you WanNa. Do but as a courtesy always like to ask, and it seems super legit and professional, because you'd be surprised every once in a while you do run across that personally. What do you do initially fuck area? 'cause I can imagine if you didn't ask them. Though you could step on somebody's Dick by accident, and then that would not be good. You really could so anyway I ask us. Hey, man, look this who I am Do you don't want to do anything so I is what are you? What do you do well? I was a marina cop and a fireman asset. Do a lot of stuff about that. Do Some family stuff married I talk about kids. He's like Nah sounds good to me to go ahead. Okay, so I went out there. And I didn't put my foot on the throttle on the show. I, just went out there and say all right. My job is not to be the headliner. My job is to have good time, and you're kind of ended up for decades volumes, and that's all I did. I didn't crush it I didn't I just went out there and did a good job. Here's the problem. This dude was a Saturday night. Live comedian, right? He's not a professional stand up. There's a difference between acting in front of a camera and audio fuck Ya and there's a difference between art. We stand up comedy. Comedians do right. It's a whole different ballgame, so it's almost patriots where he stand. Why do a lot of public speaking and it's the and. And it's not stand up comedy, even though I, do say ridiculously dumb shit most the time by accident. Sometimes it nets a laugh other times it's an uncomfortable look, but the ability to read an audience know when you need to bring it down a notch or pick it up, or you can walk. Yeah, it's. It's not the same as looking into a fish island. Yeah! So come off stage at night. I walk out. I set up a merchandise table out in the front lobby. Because I'm trying to get all the merchandise. For when he comes out if he sets anything up. Bro! I'm out there setting up. He's not even on stage twenty minutes. The fucking doors are coming open and people are walking out. This is three hundred some seats. People walking out in groups, and I'm assuming this is A. Relatively well recognizable name. Yeah okay. They're not the experience than I thought. They were GONNA get yeah. You can see the disappointment on face what they start doing. They coming up to my merchandise table. I'm not even completely set up a still have in my bags there A. WE WANNA buy your stuff. Can we take pictures I'm like what the fuck is going on? I'm just like all right and then start talking. We wish you were still at the sucks and I'm like Oh shit, is he? He sucks bad. Start Looking Bro I'm telling you hundred fucking. People walked out of this show. That's rough so. After the show. He doesn't even come out into the audience at Ara to where the people are gathering for merchandise. They got this whole booth set up from to take pictures. He doesn't even come out there. I watch and pizzas Hetero and he just walks off and it goes back to where he went. So, I stood Arizona all right. Yes, I'm the fucking guy so everybody's buying number I. Suppose fucking. I could fucking retired. Awesome so the next night I come in the owner the venues there. He pulls me Saudi gives a what happened last night. I was like what do you mean he goes? So, and so said that he wants. You fired from the show, and I said what. He goes. Yeah, he said You try to steal show. Oh! What are you talking about in this guy very well? He is Travis. Look, I'm not taking a side. I think we both know what this is about. He was I wasn't here last night. But I heard from the staff and he goes I'm here to watch tonight. He goes. I want you to go and do exactly what you did last night. Can you do that I said exactly because yeah, a middle of the road it goes. Stayed on I'll still still had a job Friday night here. We go for show Friday night I go up there same thing same thing happened. People start walking out and in. They saw the owner and they know this guy was the owner and they're like I. Got fucking horrible. Right in front of me, I'm standing there and I'm just like Oh shit and now I'm like fuck him if he was such a bitch to go and try to get me fired. I'm trying to make a living. This guy's already made millions I'm trying to feed my folk and family being respectful to you. And I'm not even hitting them hard. You know what the fuck owner says me then. Hopefully told you to go out there foot on the gas. Bro, he does. He told me he goes. Put lay it out. He gave me permission because he knew he exactly what I was capable of doing, so he goes. Go fucking. Do what you do. I go, you fucking got it. Second show Friday night, I went out there It wasn't the greatest, but Saturday I. shows are always the best. So our head, his permission I'll say on blue fucking dorm fucking place then I started promoting event to. I wanted my people who come out because there is still tickets shift when you get your own people like fucked douchebag. Saturday night it was on fucking real. It was sold out show. No got a couple of people. Show up the bought. Laugh. You tickets whatever? Andy when I tell you that fucking audience walked out when he was on stage half of and they see in that to right by. You're able to see. You can't Miss Okay Sorta? Make sure he's not oblivious to what's going on. I hired somebody help sell merchandise, so I could go watch the rest of this. I wanted to watch him. You know he did when he was on stage. This motherfucker was bombing so bad. We call eaten Dick's right. Yeah. He was for Joe Use that phrase many times. Have you okay, so so you know what I'm talking about he was he was at the Dick Buffet if you will. Was He double fisting? Golden Corral just let fucking thankful addicts this guy. To this point, I hadn't seen him. I didn't I didn't watch his show always setting up and everything. He was I've seen open. That would smoke him. Yes I mean it was that bad. It was insulting to the trade. I was wow, so what he did. As, he was closing, he just fucking looks at the audience that was left and goes. I'm going back into my room to kill myself and turns around and punches the wall as hard as he could cause I just mind you I just laid fuck and hammer down. They wanted nothing to do. He just disappeared. He never came out in fucking owners. Laugh and we were out front and he goes dude again. Do If arrests this show? So here's where this comes back full circle. I stayed the week. I mean fucking great money to in merchandise. I got my bullshit little paper for opening up for him. Is that we're more of the money? Is The merch than the actual performance? At that world in comedy clubs, yes, unless you are. I do a Netflix. netflix special I'd imagine the and last names. Yeah Yep demand, his name will not be spoken yeah. If. You have lasting like mine. So anyway, but in the private events as you know, speaking, the funding is usually is usually there to. Sell Merc or you could yeah, you couldn't even do do do very well, anyway, So the agent calls about a week later. Hey, man! We got a spot in Charlotte so and so's come short. You want to open for them. Also like what the fuck. They didn't catch wind. This owes the same guy named dude man. I'm fucking like a pit bull. Now I won't blood. Cancer anything I got to come and do this. was like three nights, five shows or something like it was a Thursday to Friday to Saturday. Yes, if five shows and so I get there man I I I. I get hotel early in Washington I. Get I'm all soaked up. Rinse off and drying off getting dressed in the fucking phone rings, and it's the agent I'll say the Flexi called for a pickup. What he's calling. Why would take? He's going to say hey, man, We don't need you anymore. That's exactly why you're funny. When he's Ed, so he he fires me right. There goes look so and so stepped off the plane and found out that your is opening, said he refuses to go on. If you share that stage with them? fucking cousin to a level of insecurity yet, so you're there now pissed now. WanNa kill me and I'm like fuck. Alpha can choke him out like I don't i. don't even do digits. Who goddamn professional that African get him. So, pissed me off, but he did A. he apologized. Look Man. We're just GONNA pay for tonight and he goes. Take this as a compliment, not an insult I'm not upset with you. He goes this. Just a fucking sucks that he's this big of a douchebag. He goes, it says more about him than it does about you, so just go with it, and so I took it as a compliment, but it was. It was kind of funny, because it had a three hour drive back home with barely just gas money and I committed my whole week into destroying. was He just like. Totally cardboard stiff when he was out there just basically doing. Yeah, he had no jokes. He was just trying to woo people with who he was. As. I thought in their seats. He thought I'll step on stage for forty five minutes in just these people are just going to be drooling over me. And, then he was, he was Oh. It was horrible that I don't like talking about about people, but because he was a douchebag to me. I'll talk about the incident. I would just won't give him his name. Until after we hit the record button. The second time turns it off, oh. You said that was like Dan. Did you know record? We were just talking about that the second time his second time I. Get you back on. How Cathartic have you found comedy? When it comes to dealing with stress, fucking love it. It's it's the. I used to be my my tour used to be called. Funny Fire, comedy tour and I d use to initially before I started doing speaking engagements about. All the stuff I'd been through very I I would talk about it with news agencies so when I would show up to promote shows or whatnot get on local morning radio shows and television shows and you know they were curious because they knew the story of the Charleston nine. They wanted me talk about very had walls up. I wouldn't go into detail because it's still hard and. But, comedy we lose thing called. Laughter's the best medicine because it truly is as Cliche as it sounds. It was dude. It was like cracked for me. When I took it. It was I would hit that stage just like you talked about jumping off at him. fucking base jumping and. Everything goes away in that third that split second year. Your ultra presents your ability the thing you're there. Yep, and it's I'm not on stage. I'm not worrying about bills and not worrying about Joe Rogan anymore. I'm not worried about The any arguments back home I'm not thinking about my dead friends of just in that moment and onstage in people are laughing and having a good time. I can't explain it, and it's you know because you. I and I for me. Comedy wouldn't work right, and that's where it's so it's so. The stress and the impact that, at least in my opinion, the stress and the impact that it has on the human body is incredibly unique and finding that valve that releases the stress is also unique, so I found it through I've actually found through Jujitsu to because you're so you're. You're simulating murder with somebody that you trust the hot and I can tell you what happens. When you thinking about your bills, you get choked to shove. Shove! Fuck Out! You're I'm so stressed about he build them dizzy I wonder if I should see in black. It's so it doesn't work, so you have to put that Shit aside and sometimes for me. It's a little bit more mechanical like you have to vote. Forced to put it aside whereas base jumping I don't have to force it at all because you're literally sitting with your toes over the edge with little pissed dribbles coming out. This is small. Piss, right, which is why you go darker wing, suits and pants. So I heard you talk about that and it made me laugh. Because in my book I talk about when I was on stage one time I pissed and it will see through. It's obvious I was very new in comedy and what I was I was trying to Piss and you know how. You think you got it all, but you didn't. The sees call my name and Zip up, and I'm hauling ass, and it came out, and it started growing when I was on stage, and I could feel it. And I had to address it with the audience, and it's in my book. You got to buy the book to know that full story, but that was probably like my. I was I was on stage under ten times at point. That's that's one pants. Yeah! Dark pants defeats that my jump seats are all dark red. Black. Behind the Peace Danes. And sewing machine leg just sits at a little singer foot. It's like Araki's. You're scared out of your fucking mind or should be because if you're not scared. He probably shouldn't be there if I jumped with you and you had me like on your front would be like a dumb and dumber episode where I just feel the warmth behind me. I would be fine you. Might he all my back? I wouldn't need to pee on your back because I've done thousands because we face to face and I could just be over you, so that's European style. We could. They really do that. No, not at all. No yeah, I'd be European all right. European all over your stomach. Fuck you took a weird turn s okay. I dig it so. You. Know Finding your. Post traumatic purpose. When you speak to and I think it's awesome that you speak to firefighters and first responders because. There is still that stigma. The seal community does the same way the most powerful things that I have seen or when other guys get up in front and they're like little. They! Tell stories like you were talking about the impact that it had because it worked. You're just like fuck I. Just WanNa. Be Like Bob. You Bob's awesome on the range awesome on target, and then Bob comes into work. One day is like Oh, by the way I'm a functioning alcoholic. I'm in debt over my head I'm basically you? Can you know have bankruptcy and are exiting? My third marriage like marriage is gone. Yeah, and so Bob's fucked up, but then he talks about the things that he's doing to change his life. What do you recommend to those communities that you talk to? When it comes down to the stuff, you have to take a real hard look in the mirror. And I think the hardest thing is accepting. The way things are and understanding that you are different because I think. We are. We're forever changed. Some of us and I think what we do is we try to say everyone around US fucked up and we're normal that. At least that's what happened with me. I think you're supposed to be forever. Changed by be on hundreds of fatalities scenes I don't think that the human body or psyche is. That it's possible to be exposed to that. Not Be changed unless you're sociopath, which is a different door problems? You'RE GONNA have to deal anyway so with me, it was. I was finding fault with being. Around me, my wife, I got we yup, Yup. I wouldn't take a look in the mirror and a witne address it. I wouldn't accept. Who I was as a man, who I was becoming, mean I ruined friendships. We could talk all day on this. I mean I ruined some serious friendships. I confronted people that love. Because they were fucked up. Not Me and I had this hair-trigger trigger I had a short fuse because of all of the trauma had been through. Nobody understood me and it made it very frustrating. I couldn't be Ramon kids when they were very young. Because it would scream so much, you know place. My wife would understand. Walk out of the out of the House and I'm just like literally about have a fucking breakdown, but I'm such a strong man. I can't let her see that so I it and buried until I implore to myself one day. I was outside grown chicken. And she comes outside. It's hard to talk to people. You can't relate to I can tell you about this because I'm sure you have similar stories. You similar situations. Grilled chicken in my wife's like what's your problem I said, what are you talking about? She's like you just so cold us standing there staring off into space. What did I do now in now? She's making it confrontational. Yeah, reality is it has nothing to do with her, and you're trying to deal with your own ship. You know what I was thinking about. I told her I didn't tell her, but I told us. We just go go away I. Don't need this and so it turned into a thing. I was listening to that chicken and I was trying to get off the grill. Sticking and I was thinking about my friend. Louis, face. That's what I was thinking about. So, how do you take that? In in in in blossom in a beautiful relationship, it's hard. It's very hard. We have had stuff like this happen, but ultimately I'm the bad guy because now I haven't attitude I'm just not willing to share what I'm going through with you because you wouldn't understand it. So I think a lot of times we take this out on our spouses trying to protect them from it. We keep them in the dark, and that's what creates that wedge, and it actually drives him further away because I've ruined my marriage. I don't say that openly I do now. I mean we're we're? It's hard for us. My wife is a wonderful wonderful patient. Loving woman she's. She's about fucking out of it I fourteen months into a divorce really and. Listening to you describe that situation there that absolutely in my opinion. Resonates with a lot of the reasons that we cannot be together. Yeah, it got to a point where we were very and I. Don't talk about the details because I believe that the other side of the coin deserves of waste, and yes, she. You know what I mean like not for me to say. But what I would say is your description was very apt in that. In that led to a lot of the reasons were we came unhealthy for each other, legitimately unhealthy for each other? Yeah, and it would probably she would do things not intentionally caused certain stresses with you and it was when she may. Not I don't think she realized what they were because I can think of myself I mean I would be very quiet oftentimes, and there were points times where it's just. There were certain things that would get me to have probably a non linear reaction to the severity. Yeah, something not very severe, but my reaction would be anything but not severe. So we in our community where not? Minding yours but the community that my wife and I. Were around were not around. Dudes like me with backgrounds like me. Everybody thinks Oh. Travis is comedian. He's a lot of fun. But, then they find out real quick I'm I'm not on that dude on stage. I'll have fun. It's my outlet. But when I'm around a bunch of people who drink in and people that are really not like you and I. It's hard for me to to converse successfully with him, because I'm a little dark. They don't understand things that the way that I see the world. They. Don't view it same way. Not say that they're wrong. I wish I could live in the bubble that they lived in I. Really Do. I, wish I could just just let go and be as happy. Go lucky, but. It's impossible for me because I've lived in the real world and I I've seen a lot of unfortunate things and. Case in point. My daughter Recently was on a beach. We're on a beach. I burned relationship because of this. This was not long ago. We're on the beach I let my daughter's run off with couple of other adults in their kids to the other end of the beach and I never do that I. Never let my kids out of my sight, but for this one time my wife even said. Hey, you're going to let them. Go said Yeah I need to I need to loosen up a little bit, so I tried. Prom was all the adults were drinking. Will my daughter my youngest one got away from him. In was out of everybody's sight, cut cutter foot on some oyster shells, and was by the water by the big water She could have easily gotten in that water and drown. Something in my gut told me go check on your kids. Some wife not start going and I see. My daughter by herself abandoned on the beach. Bloody fucking footloose. She stepped on a bouncing betty. I mean gushing blood. She was laying next to the water. There is no adult site note nowhere. I lost my shit. I didn't care about our foot. That's funny. You say that Andy because here's the thing. I was the bad guy in this I. Look at that like the other adults have an inherent responsibility to watch out for those that are unable to watch out for themselves, but that's an atypical mentality. Listen will happen in that I had the same thing happened so. We to my daughter and I'm like. Are you okay? She screaming for her Mama and all I could think of with the people that have seen die screaming for their parents right and I've seen it happen. In fucked me up so finally the two ladies that were watching him. We didn't even know them. They were friends of our friends. They came over and I go. Where were you? And I talked her very sternly. She snapped back. You could see like she's not used to that. And she was She just got away go. That's inexcusable. I. Go. You are responsible for these children. The second that you left with them and I go. It's UN- acceptable that my daughter's laying here and you were not here with her. And she starts crying. She's sorry. I'm sorry. I got no excuse I was pissed I walked off. I walked back to the group of our friends. Who brought these ladies out here and I started telling them what happened with? The lady is behind me. She walks up. She goes. She's not even our fucking kid and she goes. You're her father. You're responsible for her, not me. I didn't even ask them to come. And I looked at her. And I said you have no idea who you're talking to you right now. She's we can do hit a girl now. She's antagonized. Masunaga hit a girl go. Where's your fucking husband just like that? I just switch was flipped. She was. He's overseas and I go to fucking bad. And that was pissed and I realize this is getting out of hand so I heard what she said I am her father. She is my responsibility. So took that I took my hat off to glasses off got on a knee, and the sand and I said Ma'am. I'm sorry I said I'm sorry to tone with you. Son Acceptable for me to talk to you in that manner. I send you're right. That is my daughter and I said that was the first time I've ever let her out of my sight and I said, that's what happened and I said I. Don't expect you to understand the world. I come from I, said don't. Honestly that took me to a very dark place, and I said, but that doesn't give me the reason to talk to you the way I did and I tried to be a man in owning that shit. You know what did. The other girls are like all pissed off about it holding it against my wife. Well. That's not UNU- if they are unwilling to. You know it's. There's. There's too hard things in that situation one is. Owning your behavior, but the other one that you can't control his her receiving that apology. She's willing to take that apology. There's nothing you can do about that. Nope, but what I'm saying is it's it's like like me. Who are around people that are not like me i. come off as very abrupt sometimes. Where most men would probably get the same description. I would imagine that's what I'm saying. Yeah in, so. Similar instances with other things where I just couldn't keep a lid on it, because I knew right from right and I accept nothing, but the best from people, and if you're wrong, you're wrong. And unfortunately I have a hard time keeping a little net and you know that's causing a wedge between my wife and to. Yeah. And, it makes me regret sometimes. I I don't regret who I am, but I look at my pass and I'm like my past his. Built me, and who am I? Don't make excuses for it. Yeah, but it's unfortunately it's it's my reality that live in I know what could have happened in that situation. That's my kid. Yeah, and had that been that girls kid. She would felt the same way, but it is what it is. Yeah, the past experiences would I would say what are the big differences is that you're doing something positive with them, but doesn't mean you're going to be perfect in your own. You know personal conduct I'm fucked me I I fall short of the expectations or standards that I would have for myself. Often and. The I don't know it's I. Find the same thing often. I I do my best to communicate with people with a different background, but I struggle, and there's a disconnect the things that a lot of people think are very serious to me. They don't register. A lot of the Times. The stuff that people want to argue about I don't have much of an interest in arguing about it I just don't fucking care yeah. It's like I. Don't you know like okay like feel that way? Go ahead, you know. I don't think people understand how real this world gets and I. Think People Argue over bunch of trivial bullshit. Anyway and I always tell my wife. These people are wasting a lot of energy on what's going on because later this afternoon it could be lights out for any of us in none of this mattered, and if you're in that situation, where somebody is facing lights out moment, you're not arguing about any of that trivial shit. That stuff falls to the wayside so. Yeah Yeah. It can be less important. Yeah, that's a tough one man I struggle with the same stuff. In, it that played into. Again, from my perspective, that played into the the demise of the marriage, as well to just the difference yeah I. Don't know how to. I have those moments where I'm thinking about shit. Were there's? If, somebody like hey, what are you thinking about? I'd be like Oh the sunset. To because I'm not thinking about the sun yet, there's no. There's no point me telling you what's really going on up here? So to get back to that I think a lot of guys in the communities and women, too in the communities that we're in that. Go through some unfortunate thing we have is hard to communicate with the significant other if they don't relate, yeah indeed causes that wedge. then. I wonder if it would be better if they're from that community. I wonder if it's almost healthier though if they're not from that community, because they'd be so similar if they were that, you might get stuck in that ecosystem of only talking about one thing. Yeah, and then your identity is derived from that as well then you're in a different version of Fox Phil I see cops that are married to cops. Relationships really fucked up because that's all they have the Congo. I have I have some COP. Buddies like I. Need Friends who are in cops because if he worked with people. What do you talk about when you're hanging? Cops man cops are the worst. Because when I was a cop. All we did, we talked about the car chases. We got in while we're off duty and it's like dude I was there. I know I'm like. Yeah, but yes, let's talk about it. Do you remember I was actually in the passenger seat with you and that was actually happening. You're the guy crying over on the radio. Yeah, sorry, sorry premium! As flipping through your book you were. There was a story in there I believe you were doing Cpr Demands Dick was right near your face. How did you breeze over that? 'cause I've randomly came to that page and I was like hello. Can't give me out of here without talking about that. All right so this is a funny story. This is about some of the things we see I tried to make so in my book, a try to show the serious side of this, but how got awfully funny? It can be at the same time. And to and how in my experience they could flip back and forth in a nanosecond like a light switch. Yes, it's instant. Man so I talk about that story. It has importance for for two reasons one. It was horrible incident and we were able to find humor in in our lines of work. That's what we do right. That's excuse we make to stay sane. The other part is there was a new guy on the job who had never experienced death, and this was his first death, and this is how we introduced him to it and then. The problem that he had was accepting this just happened. And, so again I went into that that old school mindset where you better learn, fucking deal with it and laugh at this shit or his job. Consume you an each you up. And he learned today was true. Because now he's a police officer. He he actually went to the law enforcement side after this, not after that but several years far. And you know who recently called me for help secretly needing help. I'M GONNA guess this guy. This guy and he's a supervisor. He's a sergeant. He has a few more years to retirement. He's like Travis. I'm fucked up, he goes. That's the value of you are talking about hundred. Doing what you're doing because if people don't think that their peers or people that they look up to, you are experiencing the same stuff. They don't know where to go. Man I have almost been moved to tears several times because since I've started speaking about this and people reading the book. Either emails the private messages. Jeff Dudes I. don't even know. Man. I read your story. And it made me realize I need help and I've had people tell me that it's helped their marriage and stuff like there's not that I'm the savior I'm not trying to say that. But what it is, it turns a light on saying. Hey, maybe you are fucked up and you need to recognize this and you need to take a hard look in the mirror. It's not everybody around you. That's wrong. It's US and we need to accept that. And when we can make ourselves happy and find peace, within we might be able to find some peace and some success in other aspects of our life, including relationships, so sky calls me. He tells me like look I'm a supervisor he goes. They're gonNA take fucking gun. If, they think I'm fucked up. He goes, but I can't say anything I gotTA. Keep it quiet and I told him I said you call me anytime. I'll be here. I'll I'll answer his damn phone. You need to see me in person. He lives a couple. Counties away said I'll get up and come. See you like you got to take care of your your head. You have to so. Here's what happened. Back to the Dick's dude, you can't make this up. So, we're firemen and I'm on the job. Several years had already been. A ton of Shitty, calls I'm Tom fucking. You name it suicides. DEMENT dinner. We catch call we're. We're working hard. Man. We got our engine company were shopping an old navy. Okay and I'm sorry. Let's rewind just a few seconds. Okay, you're telling me that you parked a fire truck and you are in uniform shopping at old navy. Yes, so I can't think of a single situation where that makes sense. Firemen are listening to this recording our asses up laughing because this is what they do. They. Pretend like they're. They are walking through the building looking for fire stuff by. They're actually window shop into there is looking for nice button down. Yes, and so I may or may not have grabbed a couple of own sale. T shirts I'm just saying. The radios go off as ladies having shortness of Breath Holy Shit. We put on our superhero. Capes were out the door. FUCKING GRANDMA SHIRT says bought off the sale rack. fucking flying, Bro, an engine, three twenty three is rolling, and we go into this This nice neighborhood is on a golf course. This is the first fire department I worked for when I got out of the The Marine Corps only there two years. For went to Charleston. Ladies having shortness of breath easy call in tons of these. We're going to get their. Put Her on some Oh to get transported out fucking door. PULL UP! pull the parking brake on a fire engine. We all jump off me. The cabinet and the new guy jumps out of back Grab the grab the Medical Kit, Scott. Her oxygen in there and Scott are Our Medical Shits! We run to the door ring doorbell. Knock on doorbell. Guy Throws Open the door. He's butt naked and he's got a South African accent. I'm telling you. They can make this shit up. Got To paint a picture for you. I locked eyes with the dude and I couldn't help to look down. Real quick could give like a target glance. It was like what the fuck is going on. He goes quick. She's in here sounded like. A. Disgruntled Yeah Yeah Grand, Hans or whatever his name on hottest from the with Bruce. Diehard yet I. Hans Gruber Yeah Hans Gruber will anyway. He sounded like that so. Next thing I know it's asshole. elbows down this hallway literally all Essy's guys, Harry, ass and his elbows running down the hallway. I'm looking back at my cabinet. He's already laughing. We don't know what's going on the new guys in the middle and we turn left Atkin. Paint this picture for you. This was. Fifteen plus years ago. And I can. I can see this entire scene we turn left in. It is hallway so like we button hooking it his bad boy and we all peel off in. As we were approaching, this room failed to mention you hear the loudest sexual sound. You've ever heard in your life I. Mean It's fucking loud, so I'm like Oh. Yeah, we're. We're heading towards a full blown orgy. Here we go and there's everybody's still fucking and we're. We're going to be in the middle of this like helping this lady. This is cool. This is going to be a story for the decades in I'M WANNA. Tell it on cleared hot. Here, we go man, we roll in a room and I looked at a right. There's one of them old school. Big boxy big screens, sixty big fucker. And Dude, there's a donated a smash and go into town. This woman's howling like a wounded coon dog just oh! We South Louisiana right now. And then I look on the bed and this is I. Shit you not. This woman is gorgeous. She's laying there on their forget. She was forty nine years old and she's probably the baddest forty nine year old. I've ever seen to date. I don't think I've seen forty nine year old woman compared to this. I was I, was fixated on her breasts, obviously fake they were beautiful, and her nipples were hard like pencil racers right and. She sitting here she is very clearly not breathing, and I'll tell me new guy I'm like get her head grabber feet, and as were pulling her down to the floor. Because we're going to work on somebody, you know you gotTa have solid surface. She decompression their sex toys everywhere I'm literally kicking dildos. Plural? Those of you listen. dildos out of the way because I don't want to. We. We got it. We are clear space. So, we start working her. She got no pulse. She's got no airway Ach I'm doing. Oh, she's dead and I'm fucking hammer out compressions, the new guys, a gotTa Oh to be obedient bag valve Massey's. Put near in you know Andy like. I think. doozy's professions you develop this sense and it's like a operational security if you will you just. Have a presence about US stand everything that's going on around things touch close a touch clothes. It's in your personal space, and you just feel uncomfortable and and so. I feel his presence behind me off just a right shoulder i. just know something's there and glance over and literally have to move my head back because long. Dick almost hits me on the lips. Did due to standing over me hovering watching me do compression this woman, and so I look back to my to my left. And I tell the captain was a get him out of here like do something and so two cat in his infinite wisdom. Grabs, a guy just trying to. Distract him. I guess he asked him. The most rhetorical question I've ever heard my life, he sir. Get over be. Sarah what were you doing at a time? You recognize this lady having shortness of breath. The man got mad shit. While you here in Moan and going on and all this shit and I'm looking at her nipples that he goes God damn, it was fucking. I, almost spit. All over it is ladies body I'm flight dying and I'm trying. Hard it is to be professional in his moment. And keep target glancing and her tits. The new guys see in me and I'm like God. Damn. This got in soon, so the police come. Paramedics come. They get the lady out of there. She expires all right. She did there, but whatever. The COPS combat our station. We're having dinner few minutes later and or lunch whatever we were having they come in. There were like dude. You guys aren't GonNa. Believe this that lady. This is right out of the story, but. The Lady's husband was out of town. The do that. Fucker to death was the gardener. Shut the fuck up. I will put you in touch with the guys at Rosyth to confirm this. You cannot heat a gardener. Fuck this lady to death in her home. Our husband's out of town. You CAN'T YOU OH SAF? I'm lying I'm dying word conversation when he gets back. How do you handle that? So you move were sitting at the table at we're. We're the same way when they told like Holy Shit. Man So anyway. I get dude odor mowing lawn, and then just beaten at. Thank I anyway so anyway. We're having dinner. And I just I. Just had his urge ahead of turrets, moment and new in my left Kempson, where you are and I, just slam a cheer back into the wall and jumped him. Debt we was fucking. Cabin Spitzer food out in and Lavan in the new guy got so upset. Man He goes. His first day mud. Yeah, he goes. I can't believe you guys would act like this. That's somebody's daughter that somebody. And she's dead and you guys are making fun of her. And that's when I went into old school. No Naza look dude. You can't handle the shit you see here. Go and get your shit now and get the fuck out. I told him. And I meant it and now looking back the kinder gentler. Travis I don't know if I should have said something like that. I don't know if I would encourage. That sentiment was correct. It is, but what I encourage now is like. Hey, when something's bothering one of us. Honestly we need to talk about it and probably not make fun of the way we do. Sometimes sometimes we'll tell you what sometimes I think. The comedy and laughter can lead towards a more serious conversation. Whatever gets you to. I've actually seen the positive impacts of alcohol. When it comes to this, I'm not. Saying the people get Shit faced and talked about stuff I'm saying if you WANNA have a beer, and in the act of having a beer, it allows you to open the door to a conversation. Then use that. Yeah, I don't get blackout drunk. Remember what you talked about. That does absolutely fucking nothing. Yeah, that's completely opposite of which to be doing yeah. Yeah I. Don't know how to explain I. Mean That's just one story. That's book. We have some others that are pretty pretty fun. The book is relatively New Right. Brand new came out. May Twenty fifth in I'm excited Kosovo. Approached by a couple of different publishers really wanted to do this by myself, because I didn't want suits involved. And I thought look. I'm just going to tell my story, and I'm just a guy who barely graduated high school. You know I I. Don't pretend to be some. Scholars World renowned author, but the book kicking ass dude, and it's because I was able to use my social media platform. That is is not huge, but it's not the smallest and I was able to get. The people that know me who have interacted with over the years and who have supported me. was able to get their support, and they shared it, and they've gotten it in the hands of other people in. It's just doing very very well for self published author with really. I, mean I have some credits in the comedy industry, but not anything to to write home about I mean some cool shit, but. doing better than I really anticipated, and I couldn't be more proud of that and the fact that it I can't do it by myself. BIFF and that's me paying homage to those who really really support what what I do and have helped me. Get this message out. And when I post about I've posted messages with in black names out like. Hey, look, this is from you guys. Help out and I'm talking talked people off cliffs. Because of it, they just put. There is in the book and it if flip the switch in them and made them realize something about their own life, not pretending to be the cure all, but a couple of weeks ago I was on Fridays. All answer. Cuny type stuff in something came up and I talked about. I talked to cancer once a week and and to me it's it's not a big thing to say that, but I get flooded with direct messages saying. Hey, thank you for admitting that you speak to accounts. I was like wow, I'm exactly telling you. Yeah, it and. I wish I would have said earlier. You know same here to me the ability to reach that even if it's just an objective. Hey, man! What the fuck do you think about this like? This is pissing me off. Am I coming from this from the correct perspective or am I out of my mind here like? Give me back on course the ability to have somebody that you can talk to you like that is fucking huge. I I have a meeting when I get back I still see someone to this day. I started getting helping eight and to this day I still get, and it's not that I go in there and cry I don't couch I'm not. woke me Shit. It's just it's nice to go in and talk with someone that. Just. WH, what kind of listen to you, yeah! And they don't try to solve all your problems. That's up to me. You know, and so that's. I I highly encourage standing to a professional. To denounce it. And I try to tell people that now everywhere I go. I'm like look is okay to not be okay. It's okay. To hurt inside, but what's not okay is to be tough guy, the tough girl and thank you can carry that weight. The rest of your life goes. Tell you what you're going to start a pistol because you can't carry it. Yeah, and equal to that would be not being okay on the inside, and then failing others that are relying upon your performance because Harper. That's fucked up going on inside you I think about. How I'm cheating my children. If I'm not doing the best that I can for me mentally, you know you know what gets me. What are you on the right and and when I was doing what I did? What did you guys? Pride yourself on physical fitness? Right of course. Be The strongest the fastest thing you can do right, and it's very similar to to what I do and what we didn't do. Is. Make our mind the sharpest tool that we had in the box. And I'm all about that now, right? Dress back then exactly Jim Muscles and show. That's that's all. It mastered so Matt so when you're going to kick a door. Nowadays you got a guy. Let's say if you've got a guy who's about to kick door. Point man in his heads all fucked up, but he's at best muscles in the game. That's not who I WANNA. Point at all at all. Actually no I don't WanNA fucking barracks. And and give me somebody sharp and focused and laser focus them. That's what I was when I talk to. The FBI SWAT teams as what I was telling him like look, it's cool to be you know high speed low dragon, all that and to look cool. Be Cool Shit, but this up here is what's going to help you. Help everybody else around you and that has to be intact before we fucking biceps. Your Horn percent yeah. It's a tough one. It's more objective than subjective than objective to. It's you the physical standards like hey to get to this? You need to be able to run swim. Push pull up all the bullshit, physical standards and I. Don't know how you check that for mental health I don't know and I talk about you know you see police officers shot in the line of duty. They go off the job for six weeks and they come back. They've had surgery and they're they're. They're almost like a man. High five and welcome back brew and all this, but if you check out from mental stressor, because you need to decompress and get away, you're actually a black cloud. People look down on that. But why is it okay to get repaired for gunshot wound? But, when your mind need, maybe need a little rewiring. Why is that looked down upon it shouldn't be, it shouldn't be. It should be rewarded in celebrate exactly the same way, and it's GonNa. Take conversations like this to hopefully eventually. Get it to that point where it's not frowned. Opponents much. Yeah, it's GonNa take a lot of them to lot. Again same thing as you know when people are talking about defunding the police, and how it might draw the wrong people into the community, which will be a cultural shift that had takes time. Talking years of conversations like this tones, so you're what he has got Montana here for bit. See, I fly back Friday Back Charleston, and then I have shows. So all my shows. I had I had shows scheduled from March through the rest of the year. It's not gonNA play that. Shit, no. But he gets yet. He can't so now I'm starting to re book stuff so I have a bunch of Florida work. Coming up I have a Greenville. South, Carolina, coming up I'm staying. Florida I knew. Out of their goddamn mind, but so I have a feeling. My my rugs about get pulled out again, so I'm actually. I have a couple of virtual conferences that have to speak to. One next week is the first time doing the same one. Maybe you get to go first, that'd be cool. Yeah, it's whatever Travis said peed on his stomach. And we would never looked again. People that are what the fuck are these guys talking about it so man? I've had a blast out here though I'm GonNa, tell you so in all of my travels. I've never bought as many t shirts. St Is a heaven notice. You're wearing. Whitefish Montana shirt do i. have so many t shirts Montana. When I go home, I could close the homeless and they would think that we have refugees from Montana, coming my kids to. They wouldn't want to be here after the month of. November now, y'all can fucking habit, and then I'm taking it right now though. We're having dinner at ten o'clock the other night with shapes where the chase. Man This is crazy. I did a show in Anchorage. Alaska. Nine years ago and this is the first time I've experienced this. It was three in the morning. The promoter drug us to this this. Adult Establishment afterwards I would I didn't want to go of course kicking and screaming hallway. Happened to be I got through the door. Kicking and screaming so. The Bush company you've heard of it. I have of supposedly a famous adult entertainment place, but it was very nice. s blast on ever been one, but. After Shows Anchorage Alaska Week we leave, and we come out in the fucking Sun was still up and I had glasses on I was like man. This is Kinda cool, but though I I don't think I could do. Your winners is very short lived with sunlight. Very short lived, and it comes up late in the day and it goes down. Like four thirty five PM. In, peak or middle of the wintertime almost made a very very inappropriate. Don't make those cupboards. Keep this very politically correct. It's good where Where can people find you to support you man, so it's just my name. My name is Travis House H. WC e. you can. You can go to my website Travis. House or if it's funny, funny under fire, they both linked to the same place. here's a crazy part. I'm. on Instagram, same thing Travis House facebook Travis House same thing. I quit comedy three years ago right and I started flipping houses because I was on the road so much. He this is crazy. Right I was on the road so much that it was the wedge that already in my little family's life, it was getting even bigger because I was never home. I remember doing a tour for troops in Japan, watching my kid on facetime and I thought I. Don't WanNa. Be That Dad so I came home. Quick comedy and I was utterly. Utterly fucking miserable I didn't realize how special comedy was like. If you walked away from Scott Avenue and then the outlet that works best for you, so what I did is I put on this mask home and try to pretend to be happiness, flipping houses and those empty inside and got to the point. We didn't talk about this, but you know for time say. I got to a point where I found myself in the truck. In the middle of the Francis National Francis Marion National Forest in South Carolina, where I live with a gun in my hand, about blew my brains for second time. Because I didn't have that outlet that one thing that made me feel right and something happened in that moment. I won't say what it is, but it was a little glimpse of hope and it made me smile. And that made me realize. I need to go back to be unhappy. I felt a little piece of joy in Saddam. Heart and I said I gotta get back was drained joy, so I went back to comedy net morphed into speaking, and that's where the door got blown off on on talking about all this I started doing it and I started seeing the effect it was having while I was holding all this in trying to protect myself, but I was actually keeping others from this knowledge that I have, and in a sense kind of felt selfish, so I started talking about more. And it morphed into this thing so in that three years to get back to your question where people can find me. I deleted all my fan pages. I had a really good sized fan page, and then I deleted it real fucking job, travis. Do you know how hard shit is? I don't pay attention to it, but it is fucking. If you're not fucking household name, this is so hard to build and I. Don't WanNa. Be Putting out corny shit all the time so i. just kind of promote shows. Put My story out there. Talk about book sales and I a do funny pictures of me every once in a while families shit. But trying to rebuild it. I was like motherfucker if I wouldn't have deleted all this. Because I thought it was done, and now I'm not done so trying to rebuild that, so anybody listening. If you could give me a follow on Instagram, give me a push I really appreciate it and had hoped to new cross paths with everybody one day on same on facebook likes and follows that because I can't do what I do without. Yeah, you gotta have a leading participant I. I really do, and and it takes a little team here in just because we don't know which one another personally doesn't mean. We can't make a difference in can't help other people you know it doesn't really exist in Montana to my knowledge, or at least here is a comedy place. I'd never even got close to Montana I I. Know in Idaho. There's a few spots, but my travel. The close I got was Kennewick Washington. Yeah, I'm trying to like White Fish. Where you guys were the other day we were checking in cal I. Don't think there's a comedy place here now that I know of which sucks, yeah, need it man. You should start. One talked I'm not a comedian. I'm just a fucking. Moron No. I don't think I could do I would just say the most wildly inappropriate shit that I find hilarious and people would probably be appalled by. You'd be surprised at the people who have got a wonderful platform for doing that same thing. Well I guess if you're a comedian, you get a little bit of a pass on being inappropriate. People are seeking actively seeking that inappropriate broke with comedy. Now I'm I love comedy. But I like speaking even more because it has A. There's meaning to you versus me Golden. State tells them Dick Geographically I like teaching. That's like public speaking. I can I literally have sat there when I see the light. It's metaphorically flip on in somebody's head and they'll like furiously. Start scribbling, and there's been a few cases where I'll go. Find that person after because I'm just curious like. I've actually seen that, too. They're just drawing massive. Like this an excellent vein triumphant make sure you. Great put a helmet on. Think so yeah, but I'll find like. What was it in what clicked for you and it just? You know I don't know I think. We all probably are product of our experiences, but the pass those on that to me is powerful. And I found out a few years I actually when I was a bud instructor. I realized that I enjoyed teaching. Because you could see the impact, it can have on other people. It's rewarding. It's enjoyable and I mean I hope the world goes back to a place where. I mean fuck this. Turned off in like March. When it came to that in a seventy two hour time period that was like. We are going to have to postpone. Slash cancel forever. Yeah, it's scary. It is I remember message new about this. You're like Bro I. Don't know when we can do this because Govan knows like Faulk, get fucking podcast because of this shit. Crazy, it is a crazy world man I'm glad you made it up here. No Man, thank you for having me. It's been phenomenal I'm really enjoying myself in this great meal. Sit Down and actually have the conversation well, D- roundtable to to each do our five best Dick Jokes. Scribbled down and compare. Yeah, we'll have to do that. Come up with a couple. Eliot thanks Brad appreciate anything you will. That's it for this week. Everybody, thank you again to the sponsors of this episode I am not bullshitting you when I. Tell You that Magic Spoon is delightful. If you like cereal, if you like a snack, go to magic spoon, dot, com and use the Promo Code cleared hot all one word all upper case at checkout. You are not going to be disappointed. And you're gonNA have something delightful eat. That can still keep you on the path. Wherever that path may be going and also again. 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This is the only sports talk show that features a Rhode Scholar. But he ain't here today now that direct tittle. Thank you for that. Welcome back to the show to the coast to coast around the world on American Forces Radio Network as well coming to you from my home in the East Bay and I believe coming from his home in the East Bay is comedian. Paul conyers is a brand new CD from uproar entertainment and it is above the fray. Paul where are you right now? what's up brick? Yes I am in the East Bay. I'm in my lovely Condo in Concord Just NESTLED RIGHT NEXT TO WALNUT CREEK. Pleasant Hill that'll chestnut by Concord Bart. Yeah pretty close like ten minutes away all right. I'm going to need an address. Displaying all right cool. Let's get endeavors. Congratulations on the album. Because I know it's a it's a long road and you think about you know you go to a comedy club to answer phones or to wait tables and then maybe they give you a mike and then maybe they let your host and then maybe they let you feature and then to get an album but not just to get an album. But from the Dros and family I mean there are the ones that signed Richard Pryor. How cool is that? Yeah I said it was Pretty Wild. I remember when Droz in the producer came up to me. He was like you know who I am. I was like okay. Like you're GonNa not like that the answer at all but no. I don't I do not know. But yeah he you know he was like well produced. Richard Pryor I eleven albums and Like okay that's great and I was like Richard Pryor and you didn't think that was funny but After that we had a great relationship. Who was. Maybe you know when you are opening featuring because I know you've been down here at COBB's and punch and you've done rooster t and you've done the mattress store up there the punchline and sack so yeah who who was a comedian or to that. 'cause Burke told me that some guy told him you're funny. Don't quit and that that helped. Who are the ones that said they keep at it? You know I mean for a while there are sort of local legends around here told me The I was actually at the punchline for the last weekend before it closed because of the pandemic Enda I was actually a hosting for for Josh sneed. Who the amazing comics of play golf. Every country's gotta drive our special and stuff and And we had. We had a great conversation and I was like man. I just don't know what comedy is. GonNa look like after all this new. He just said you know whatever it looks like you should be part of it. So that's right. You know little things like that. Those those things are kind of push you through. You know all the all the muck and budget like Mike and Playing in front of like to disinterested people at a bar on occasions day. Well the other thing is. Maybe this isn't very pc to bring up. But I look at Comedians. Like Joe List has been on that flakes. I'm Mark Norman. Who's been on comedy Central and Sam? Merill who is in the joker. All three of those guys have put their specials out on youtube because nobody wants a straight white guy so it have you faced. I know we had a good run for a few thousand years but no one wants a straight white guy. Have you run up against that man all right? What's what's the most diplomatic way? I can still selling album Let me think I honestly I really like it. Just doesn't bother me that much. I I mean you know I like I. I love playing you. Know like predominantly urban rooms or whatever I I enjoy that I like when I'm Kinda the odd man out or you know I like you know when the woman decade stacked against wants to think they've got all the advantages and You know yeah that has been the case for guide that looked like me for about two millennia. Now but Yeah you know if the World Wigan for something else I say bring on and I'll just have to be that much better so I I'm I'm cool very good answer very diplomatic the line pretty well I well. You COULDA Gone Super Woke. Said you know what don't buy my album. Screw people like me. Yeah the album was originally going to be called day woke and then I had a couple of comics like you really. Don't WanNa do that. No doubt about it. We're speaking with Paul Conyers. His new album called above the fray. Can you I mean listen you can? Aminov many you want will. He's not copyrighted. What what made you decide with That title Oh my gosh must tiny with my it was my manager drove our producers and me we went through twelve rounds of just you know we just had different ideas of what it was supposed what it should be and I like I feel like I spent more time naming album than I did making it and it was. It was while I think eventually we got to above the fray and like okay. That's a play on words of my height. I'll take that it's sort of like above the fray sort of its actual meaning is that he's sort of like don't concern yourself with other people's problems the which is sort of like the attitude of the album and I do specifically make fun of the band fray in the in the album so I was like you know what fine. Let's go with it. The it's the most lasted answer or the most placid like name we come up with what's his what's his name. The thing and get out of it was the last hurdle of the rate so It's the one that I was like. Yeah I don't hate it. Let's do it so I just wonder like. Where are you now as terms of just getting after it because some people will say look? I'm going to move to New York and try and be a seller comedian. Or I'm going to do everything I do to get to to J. F. NFL in Toronto. Or I'm going to go to Hollywood. I mean where are you right now are you? Do you have a regular job and is a side thing? We'll what were you at. Well I have a day job And I do. I did copywriting different For different companies that I work from home so You know when when we're not under a ten denic I spend I probably spend about twice as much time doing stand up and Dan related stuff than my day job So my day are pretty full for the for the most part but I'm in the Bay now and I'm happy there I mean this was really hoping this was going to be sort of a big year for me. I mean it already is i. I was able to put out the album. That was cool. I know a lot of comments. They get super laser focused on New York or la or whatever get a late night spot or whatever. My my next thing was was Shooting toward A late night spot and I really hoping put a lot and make a lot of headway in twenty twenty. I mean we'll just kinda see how long it lasts but I was GONNA yeah. I was Gonna she her late night and then we'll kind of see what develops after that that was. That was the the trajectory that I was working towards very call. And plus you know you talk about people with credits when they bring you up. And they'll say he was on Fallon Kimmel. What have you you can say? I won the world series of comedy satellite ground. Let's be clear. Not I want a satellite around in Sacramento at last someone in my favorite club on the planet and That was that last year. Yeah I got to the pop eight in in the country last year of and my buddy who had never competed in the world of comedy before I mean he's a great comedy never did competition before he kinda came in with me like okay. I'll give it a try. And of course he won the whole thing so I do not like him at all. Do you when you're performing like when you did last for life. That was a benefit for suicide prevention. Here in the city. And you're closer is if you're closer is like I jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge. I mean you can't do that joke right. Yeah yeah you gotta you gotTa ran it in? That's the that's the thing with. You know private gigs or corporate games you Kinda have to compartmentalize that stuff and you know. Sometimes you gotta you gotta be able to cut off the bed and so make it work. If it's not morbid or you know you have to take out curse words. That's sort of you know 'cause that's where that's where the money then like these private gigs and stuff like that. So yeah you can't say Yeah and then you know then I just picked up the gun and fired and it's like okay. Well this is prevent gun violence. So maybe cut that off So you have to be careful with that but I mean it's pretty easy the whole time. I'm out there at a corporate event. I'm just running like I'm saying the word but in my head it's it's all the words that I'm not supposed to say kind of swirling around and I'm really trying to keep a plug on the whole thing. You know those corporate events. Comedians always tell me like beforehand. There's always some guy who runs up and whispers. Y- make sure to tell Stephen Accounting cheats on his wife and Bob. Hr's coke seen and that guy gay but he's in the closet and then you go up there and do it and no one laughs and you've ruined everyone's life. Have you ever had that? I know people are like okay. You GotTa make sure like you. GotTa do this like bubble. This is like a whole inside joke. You got to do that and I mean. Sometimes they're good idea. 'cause the thing is like a corporate. Gig A lot of times you know if if that like a big gala dinner banquet and everyone. This is worth a whole company kind of letting their hair down. They're having some drank your material like a lot of times. They just don't want to hear it. It can be your a you know totally polished. You Know Comedy Club Ready. And they don't care because they're there to party and have a good time and oh yeah the boss comic for forty five minutes. Let's just get through this so I mean you do like it is a good idea to find a way to make it about them. You really like I just what I do. I just pick out a guy that I think is like really attractive and single and then I try to hook them up with someone else in the office and it works every time and then if I may be so bald you got Kinda that Hollywood. Look so have you thought about TV movies things like that. Yeah I mean I guess I guess I kinda do I I I wouldn't mind. I mean I guess I'll make twenty million dollars in a Martin movie if I have to but You know it. It sounds like fun. I mean you know. And and it's a great mechanism to bolster you're standing. I mean look what do you find the right vehicle like pat and you got needed came in Queens like eight years and you know that that really elevated his status so I mean yeah I would. I would one hundred percent do that. And and thank you for remarking how attracted by because that doesn't come through on the radio and I that that's the one takeaway I want your listeners. Had from this conversation I think you really want them to know that you're seven to write that. Yeah I if I can drive that point. Home to people. Top Ninety nine percentile in height Don't hate I kind of I got it all people. I don't know what to tell you I just. I just checked every box on the way out and you your whole life. Not If you played basketball people just said. Where did you play basketball right? Oh God Yeah I. The thing is I didn't even play in high school and So but people when you're like you know when you're like six foot five and high school and you know that that was before you put on any like muddles. I just look even stringer and Taller and people. Just look at you like. You're the devil if you are. You don't play basketball like all right. Fine I'll learn to play and then I ended up getting a college scholarship so That that honest shut him up. All right Remember UPROAR COMEDY CD DOT COM or. Just go to apple music. Lots of places to download Paul Conyers. Debut album called above the fray. When this all gets going again have the headliners that come to my show When you start a headline man or even before that screwed you gotta album come on into the studio we love to have you. I would love that man. That would be great. Yeah I was supposed to be in Indiana this weekend. I was supposed to be doing back-back headlining weekends out there So it was very exciting. 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Can I be real with you right now? I mean like really really real. Yes I just thought about going out there for the second half and a little bit of p came out rick tittle. You done broke my heart but I still take you back you hell a fine Hella fan girl. Hey how about this before we go to our number. Three Robert Kraft New England. Patriots owner has auctioned off his championship ring from Super Bowl. Fifty one with all the proceeds going to the all in challenge. It's a digital fundraiser. To feed people struggling in the United States during the pandemic and of course that was the Super Bowl where they were down twenty eight to three to Atlanta with six minutes left third quarter Atlanta. Still can't believe how they choke that neither can I but He has sold it and he has sold it for one million twenty five thousand dollars. The winning bidder will also get to pick it up from craft in his office at Gillette Stadium and all of the proceeds will go to that project which is part of Feeding America. Part of meals on wheels world central kitchen. No Kid Hungry. And if you think about what is now called the very pc food insecurity. It is a mounting issue but This is the fifth of crap. Somebody extension Tom Brady's six super bowl rings that he has so he could have just written a check. He didn't have to sell ring but I don't know that's pretty cool. I'm Rick Tuttle. Come on back. You're listening to heartland newsfeed radio network live twenty four seven heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's the topic new service door newscasts for maybe twenty first twenty twenty. I'm Mike Clifford. President trump Wednesday threatened to halt federal funding to Michigan and Nevada over the distribution of absentee ballots in those states amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. That has left more than nine hundred thousand Americans dead that from. Aol Both Michigan and Nevada. Arkansas potential swing states in November. A wall notes the trump's threat to halt the funding we. She should hours after floods forced the evacuation of about ten thousand people in Central Michigan. He did not specify what kinds of federal aid he would stop or decide a legal basis for the action meantime word that Ohio groups trying to put ballot measures before voters in November will not have to go door to door looking for support and federal judge ruled this week. Not Because of the covid nineteen pandemic the state must allow petition signatures to be gathered electronially ambush collection deadline. Back to July thirty. First Tony Web is with ohioans force secure and fair elections which is pursuing a package of voting. Lommel changes she says. The risk of spreading corona virus has hampered the campaign's efforts because that would create a health risk to the signature collectors and to the potential finals. The only way that we could really show the amount of grassroots support we needed to get access to the ballot would be to go online. We're folks are right now and give them the opportunity to find our petition. The an electron electric method. However Secretary of state. Frank larose plans to appeal. The decision a spokeswoman told reporters the petition requirements set and the Ohio Constitution and decisions on changing them belong to the General Assembly and the People Mary Sherman reporting this story was produced in association with media and the public interest and funded in part by the George Gun Foundation and you may equate religious activism with heavy topics like abortion but various church leaders. Wisconsin are now calling on Congress to take more action for those affected by the pandemic. Here's White Moen. Some of the stimulus money set aside by federal law makers has gone to churches impacted by the economic downturn in Wisconsin. There's been a push by some faith leaders for Congress to ensure that any more stimulus funding not necessarily go to churches but for people still struggling to get by the Reverend Kerry Parker of the Wisconsin Council of Churches says. It's not about stoking political tension but rather seeking institutional change. It's not quite as visible as these. These major efforts that you see in other places But nevertheless we're there all the time trying to work for change that will benefit the most vulnerable people among us. A group. Parker leaves includes more than thirty member churches from various denominations across the state. The Council says Congress should authorize more stimulus funding. That can help stay governments. Avoid Steve Budget cuts while helping vulnerable residents? Deal with key expenses. This is penis as the nation shifts from pause to go. The Guardian reports forecasts from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business Model predicts cove in nineteen cases or reach five point four million and a death hole in the. Us could be two hundred ninety thousand by July. The twenty fourth that if states fully reopened without any social distancing measures in comparison the model predicts nearly two hundred thirty thousand deaths by the same date. July twenty fourth if states reopen but individuals do maintain their social distancing efforts ball cases of corona virus going in Washington state or take it off reports. Racial disparities increasingly are being laid bare. According to The Washington State Department of Health White people are sixty eight percent of the state's population but make up forty three percent of cases. Meanwhile thirteen percent of the state is Hispanic but they represent thirty six percent of cases. African Americans are four percent of the population but seven percent of cases. Sarah Beca with Seattle based Economic Opportunity Institute says essential workers disproportionately people of color faced with greater economic insecurity. They actually face quite a grim choice either to expose themselves daily to the virus or to lose their job and their ability to meet the needs and pay for a roof over their heads. Fillet says structural. Racism is a major reason. People of color are more likely to be exposed to in contract. The virus reports of Anti Asian discrimination have risen during the pandemic korean-american novelist. Jazz lease says it has been incredibly upsetting to see the rise in anti Asian violence the attacks including young children and elderly folks highly disturbing even here in a very diverse city in the bay area toll to go back to China. I can handle ignorant. Toss but you never know what's going to turn. Violent at Farley was brown tells us the Texas Oyster Industry has struggled in recent years because of overfishing hurricanes floods but a new program could be a boon for consumers and the Gulf economy the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission will vote today to adopt rules that govern how people are allowed to grow oysters in cages in state waters Lance Robinson heads the agency's Coastal Fisheries Division and says many states have practiced MIRA culture for decades. He says he believes both consumers and the Texas economy will benefit. It creates another avenue for individuals who want to be in the Commercial Seafood Industry. Another way to produce that seafood product. That really is destined for a very unique market high demand high dollar market. I'm rise Brown. Texas was last remaining Gulf of Mexico. State that did not allow Oyster Miracle Ter- until twenty nineteen. This is Mike Clifford for public. Do Service where remember a listener supported and online at public service DOT? Org Oh my gosh. He's so fine. Rick tittle brings home the Bacon. Fry It up in a pan and then he eats it. Ricky in the his official is not thank you for that and welcome back to the show. Tila with you. Astronaut Mike Massimino will be on coming up after a break. We got NASCAR's tight dylan as well. He'll be coming up at eleven forty the SEC announced this morning that athletes will be allowed on campus for workouts beginning June as campuses had been off limits going back to mid March of course when everything shut down in the pandemic and so the conference established the return to activity and medical guidance force the RTA A. M. G. T. F. which has established a lot of guidelines. Which are they have to be consistent with their state and local recommendations by FRAC- Sankey the SEC? Commissioner says the say that healthy healthy return of our student. Athletes Coaches administrators in greater university communities. Have been and will continue to service our guiding principle as we navigate this complex and constantly evolving situation so some of the measures are educate educate on health and wellness practices. Okay that means wash your hands. Stay away from each other. A screening process for student athletes prior to arriving on campus within seventy two hours of answering facilities and a daily basis once normal activities. Resume mean taking your temperature Testing individuals showing symptoms of Covid nineteen and isolating them and those suspected of being infected. Yikes at transition period for athletes to return to normal athletic activities so in addition to imminent reopening of the facilities the SEC also announced that waiver allowing eight hours of virtual film review have been extended through June thirtieth football and basketball. So listen this is a step towards college football and college basketball. And those are the biggest revenue producers. Folks all right one. Eight hundred eight seven eight play to get in big shut up to our military listening on the American Forces Radio Network. A great job stay safe. I'm rick that'll come on by check things all the time like your email every ten seconds or your XS instagram. 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And welcome back to the show to the with you around the world on American Forces Radio Network as well and it's a big week when it comes to Things going on in outer space as we like to say beginning on Monday. There's a two hour documentary on the Science Channel. Called at NASA and spacex journey to the future. It'll air the next day on discovery. And then the biggie. On Wednesday the twenty seven two PM Eastern eleven o'clock out here space launch live America returns to space and this is gonNA capture the launch of space XS crew on the Dragon. Capsule joining us to talk about that. As veteran astronaut and spacewalker Mike Mass Amino. Who's this is the third time in about a month? Mike? We're going to have to start paying. You know my friend really thank goodness kind of slow virus. No doubt now. Here's the thing I didn't know and I admit my ignorance. I thought SPACEX Elon. Musk and NASA didn't team up but I'm wrong here aren't I? Oh yeah they That David teaming up for a while When we lost the space shuttle we've lost the capability to fly people to to space but also cargo and so for a couple of years. We had no to even get cargo. We were depending on our international partners. To in with a contract with SPACEX. Another another company called over the side says we started launching cargo a few years ago. So SPACEX has been providing launch services to the space station for cargo and for other satellites and so on working with NASA for years. Now but this different thing that's different now is that we're going to be flying people For the first time on a SPACEX vehicle. So that's the thing we hear about this Russian monopoly and look there's no government and outer space and they're all scientists. Are you know brothers and sisters? What have you but you know. There's a Russian flag on the sleeve and there's an American flag on asleep. So does it personally the kind of thing? Hey it's been long enough. We need to get some Yankee doodle. Dandy is up there yeah I think so absolutely if nothing else Another way to get the space for the past nine years we have been. We've only had one way to get there and that was been the Russian Soyuz when we had the space shuttle system we had We had the shuttle and we had We had the Soyuz. And now we've been relying totally on the Soyuz And we all. The Americans had flown putting their friend. Chris he was up there now. I had to go to Kazakhstan lunch on that Russian vehicle. Which is which is okay. But it's a whole different story launching from the United States and the sense of The sense of the whole Culture down here at the Kennedy Space Center and they've been so launching things they just haven't been launching people Since twenty eleven but that's starting to awaken again And it's it's really exciting to see that happening And it's it's I think it's very special especially for American astronauts to the watch again from the United States. You can invite a lot of people can attend It was very difficult to get family and friends over the Kazakhstan for those launch. It just didn't have the same the same appeal to it. I I don't think And also in not reliant on on just one source or just one other country to help us you know we. Now will have SPACEX and hopefully Boeing and not too much further along this year also be launching astronauts and who knows the the administrator of NASA? Now is teacher minded and wants to have even more companies involved sending people to stay so this could open up a whole a whole new set of opportunities that we could only dream about before. I remember and I think it was two thousand one where we gathered around at the office here and watched on our computers. A little postage stamp size screen of the launch in Kazakhstan of the Sirius satellite. I mean that's the only place that they were going to get it up really up more. Yeah more questions for Mike Massimino I remember during the Clinton administration when all the military bases are being closed that he was thinking about getting rid of NASA. Was that ever a real thing that ever get close. I what I heard And this is a little bit before my time. I was finishing up Grad school around that time and then went to work in the in the for a government at the Johnson. Space Center Bernard for NASA. And from what? I remember that was going on at that time. Was that the space station. was primarily an American space station up till that point and it was had a lot of cost overruns than it was maybe not doing as well as people had thought and so the change was was made to make it an international space station and it would seem that the the cooperation with the Russians was seen as something of value and that sort of got it through Congress. I hearing testing my memory here. It was so long ago now but but I think it was and I don't necessarily pay always pay attention. Everything going on politically there but I think what happened was is that. It's very narrowly passed through the Senate and I what what set appeal was not only to get a station up there but also get an international agreement together into work with the Russians because at that point. Yeah it was. It was very close. Only a couple of years after the deterring of the government and from communism from the Soviet Union to to Russia a few years earlier and they wanted to try to get a friendly way to work together and certainly spe says and we work very well with our Russian counterparts particularly at the astronaut-cosmonaut little. There's no issues. Sometimes our governments might have a different story but But yeah it was pretty close. I think what's really going to get NASA. I think it was more that the space station was in danger and with international cooperative agreement so it was able to say very well all right. Let's talk about what the Dragon Capsule is going to do. You got some veteran astronauts Bob Bankin and Doug Hurley. These guys are friends. And you know this isn't a tesla with a mannequin. At these are real guys. What are they going to be doing when they go up their their job is to is to to be test pilots on this? Doug is a is a military test pilot. Marine Corps aviator went to test pilot. School was a test pilot. BOB is Is An airforce guy. He was a test flight engineer. He's also got a PhD. We call them. Dr Bob 'cause it's kind of a PhD. A civilian he was a military guy with a that. A little more unusual in the astronaut. Office a real smart guy but also went to test by school And so both of them have been through test pilot school there. There are veterans of Of A couple of flights each on the space shuttle and On This I. This flight is primarily a test flight. In fact it is a template. Just see how the how the the vehicle performs they're going to send it through its paces because they're Like minded Test pilots. They'll be. They'll know what to look for. They'll be making taking notes and making observations and and seeing how it handles and any problems with the systems or anything that could be better and lessons learned to handle. And that's what they think about is how to test vehicle and that's what we do and they'll be doing this one and space and this is this isn't just going up and coming back. They're going to be up there awhile right. Yeah it's it's it's not as we're not exactly sure how long they gotta be up. There could be anywhere from around thirty days to like one hundred. Nineteen days and So they're going to be up at least for a month or so and maybe longer a lot of it depends on The next launch of the of the of SPACEX. 'cause IT'S GONNA THEY WANNA get another another SPACEX vehicle up with a with a crew That it's going to stay on space station for more like six months. And so based on how all that works out logistically They may come back earlier or later but I think I think the idea is to try to keep them up there as long as they can get as much data on how the vehicle doesn't vacuum of space. Because the things got to be able to do well while doc for a while you gotta stay alive in the in the high radiation Vacuum of space in order to get get people home so I think they would like to extend mission as long as they can but right now which is kind of unusual. Usually you have an idea that when we come back and then that can change seems to change a little bit but in this case they really have an open ended timeframe on us and that really sure exactly when we come back so when they come back to they come back and land like the shuttle or do they come back in a little pod with parachutes like the Apollo guys. Yeah this is more. Like the pod The shuttle was a very interesting spaceship. We're not you know we haven't talked too much about the shuttle doing a lot of interviews wreck but role talking about this new space but if you look at at The the shuttle is amazing. That could carry. A lot of payload had a huge payload they could carry seven astronauts and was able to service the telescope. They tell scope of mine business build a space station. Did all those things. They could bring a lot of people back in a lot of cargo back. We brought a Lotta stuff back and landed on a runway So that made it a really cool but also a bit of inexpensive and as we. We learned a little dangerous to having to do all of those things in a very complicated complex ways with this new vehicle. It's similar in in shape but it sort of to what we've had before including the Soyuz spacecraft before there's more like a blunt body but we used to call the castle A BLUNT BODY SPACECRAFT. And that they will land on the ocean so They will be recovered at Sea. Not too far from the Kennedy Space Center. So that's what the plan is for for this. He'll come down in a parachute landing ocean and recovery ship. We'll go get him well super exciting times. Especially if they're a little bit of a dormant period we're GONNA have Americans back and space remember to check it out Wednesday the twenty seventh. It's going to be on both discovery and science channels around two. Pm Eastern Eleven am Pacific. And we've been speaking with veteran astronaut. Our Buddy Mike Massimino Mike. Thanks so much for coming on. I know you're going to be a part of it. Glennon your expertise and your insights. We're looking forward to seeing it and thanks again man. They Rick I wrote appreciate. It's always fun to talk with you. And thanks for the interest and and to everyone listening Good luck hanging there and And I hope I hope you got a jolt of inspiration from what's going to happen on Wednesday. It's going to be an exciting day. Very cool. Can't wait for that all right. We'll take a quick break and we'll come back on sports. Hi I'm Dr Robert Clapper Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at Cedars Sinai Medical Group in Los Angeles California dedicated to your health. Your life and your sports as a weekend warrior. You know about sports injuries and pain. Exercise is an important element and keeping your body's core in good shape to minimize sports injuries. But when you are in pain there is one product. I recommend to my patients and that is blue. 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Wheel quickly head on into the oncoming car. I can anticipate the explosion. The sound of shattering glass flames rising out of the flying gasoline right. Well I've to go now because I I'm due back on planet Earth Rick tittle the man that Rick till know who the man is and he slapped his white fanny. That's what I do us. Lap Them fannies. Welcome back to the show rick to with you. We're GONNA HAVE NASCAR's tied Dylan in the next seven but lines are open so on in so yesterday the owners in the NFL came up with some new rules and a dramatic rule. Change pretending to onside. Kicks could be coming if it gets approved. The Eagles were the team that proposed a rule would give the teams and alternative option to the onside kick. And we've talked about this but what it is instead of trying to recover an onside kick which almost never happens and his deemed dangerous because you have bunch of guys come in hell bent for election. And then you've got the other guys stand they're going. Those teams will now have the option of attempting to convert a fourth and fifteen from their own twenty-five. If they get it well they get it and were back in action. If they don't get it. The other team gets possession from where the play and now this is one of these things. Where if you're the team taken the onside kick you really want this rule and if you're the team receiving it you think this is the stupidest real you've ever heard in your life and you hate it and you don't want it the thing is you don't know who you're GonNa be so for the rule to pass. Now you need a three quarters vote and this vote is going to happen in six days. Thirty two owners that means twenty four. We'll have to officially say yes now. Nfl owners don't usually approved dramatic. Rule changes the colts had a proposal in two thousand. Fifteen about the nine point touchdown. Do you remember that now? Remember last year. The broncos proposed A rule Kinda like this onside kick thing and then it got shot down but if you don't remember the The Jim irsay thing. Jimmer say In two thousand five or sorry in. Twenty fifteen came out with a lot of things and he said no more challenge flags okay He said Every play should be replayed automatically. Okay he said more cameras. He said he wanted the extra point to be from the fifteen yard line. He kinda got his wish there. He talked about bonus field goals. What'S ABUNDANCE FIELD GOAL? He said well. If you convert a two point conversion then you get a chance to take a field goal from the fifty yard line to get one more point remember. I say was found driving around with the bottle of pills. Once that saying these coincide. I'm just mentioning it. saying that Punt formations that. You don't get to lineup to keep people from blocking hunt. You have to leave gaps. Okay the overtime rule you know. Both teams should get the ball no matter what that eventually got passed. The defenseless receivers after an interception. We've seen some of that Numbers saying that. No linebacker can be forty to forty nine which is really weird And Earth say also said if you have a retractable roof no matter even if it's snowing or you're in a monsoon or it's a million degrees outside you have to open the roof at halftime. Yeah so let's just say I say was a little bit crazy but a big reason. The Competition Committee didn't like this idea last year is because they just thought that the that you still thought that the onside kick had a chance. But we've done some more research on it. The new rule would be that players won't be able to get a running start that will make it almost impossible to recover an onside kick if you don't get a running start but the recovery rate in Two thousand seventeen was twenty one percent which I find bizarre but once they put in the no running it got down to seven percent. So look what's more exciting. An onside kick or a fourth and fifteen. Obviously the fourth and fifteen is way more exciting. You'RE GONNA see a guy dropped back and we'll they rush three. Well they rush to and go into a prevent or will they bring the house? They'll probably go more pre event but I mean last year in the NFL. Only to onside. Kicks were successful. Which you know. It's basically kind of a throwaway play you know. I remember my little brother. When he played he was a wide receiver for his community college team and they were in a bowl game which they lost because the safety choked he went for an interception as time expired at bounced off his chest the other guy got it and he went for a touchdown that was butte college. Aaron Rodgers College much later Bucolic. Against Contra colleges a heartbreaker he could let the ball hit the turf. He could knocked down but he went for the pick and L. Choko but I remember view had an onside kick in that game. My brother was on the hands team and afterwards I said I was praying. They wouldn't kick it to you so you wouldn't be the goat. He's like that's messed up man. I was praying. They would because I knew I would get it okay. That's cool but if you're wondering how this plays going to be officiated. All normal rules apply so if the defense got called for a defensive holding. That's a five yard penalty penalty and an automatic first down. How about that? And if the offense got penalized they wouldn't be allowed to then kick off after the penalties enforce they'd have to run a four thousand play. From a new line of scrimmage fourth and twenty five from the fifteen now this sounds somewhat familiar. Remember the alliance. Did something kind of get in the AF which lasted what three weeks. Instead of an onside kick they were allowed a fourth in twelve from their own twenty eight. The catch was in the AF that the team the team. Those only allows to exercise that if they were trailing by seventeen or more points or it was under five minutes left in the game and so the first ever site. Conversion attempt was a wild success. And I think that the NFL took no on that excitement so in the NFL. The play could be attempted after any score. According to this rule. And just say you know we wanna rub it in? We're up thirty points. We would like now to go ahead and instead of kicking it off to you. We're going to hold onto the ball and we're going to go for a fourth fifteen. I think this should be more like a fourth and twenty five and you'd say well then it would really have no conversion rate. I. I don't have a lot of sympathy for teams that sock teams that are losing. They're losing because they're losing your getting beat that's on you. Well we want more chances why you suck when my team loses. We were the better Reggie Miller. We were the better team. The Pacers were the better team than the Bulls will. No one gives a damn because you lost about that. Come on back back. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad News is you're one step closer to becoming your parents soon. You'll have a separate fridge in the basement or extra. Groceries are exiled forever. Remember that frozen lasagna. Of course you don't. It's been down there since two thousand eight good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance basic. 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Well it is always a great to talk to a real live NASCAR driver and over the years of got to have many of them on the show and so let's go ahead and welcome tyrod now. The driver of the number thirteen geico. Chevrolet CAMARO Z L one one L. E. for Germain racing and tie. Welcome to the show and you know a lot of times you know. We Star car racing because they are stock cars. But there's something a little extra when you talk about a Camaro I mean you're pretty lucky to have basically the coolest car out. There might not wrong. Yeah I agree the Camaro one one. La is probably one of the coolest cars drive car in. Nascar artist is very fun. And it's been a very far as well so yeah. It's quite quite the honor. I'd say so the Coca Cola six hundred I mean. How much have you guys been champing at the bit? I mean we saw a couple of guys get into trouble for playing video so I mean getting behind the wheel. This is a lot better. Isn't it yeah? I think we're all excited to be doing the real thing and Having her first two races already on this past Sunday with We're big for our sport quite unique circumstances of no practice or no lapse at all except for the last one of the race. And we'll be doing it again this weekend. on Sunday for the Coca Cola hundred and back on Wednesday and race again so It's been very exciting to action Back to back. We've never gone so many days in a row with with racing Which Been Pretty Fun? As far as you know proven ability and your physical fitness as a racecar driver I know last year the Coca Cola hundred for five and a half hours I average heart rate of one hundred fifty and For those who run or or watch hardaway when they workout. It's it's quite the workout so Us driving you quite a bit of work in preparation for Going so many races in a row and It's an important part of being racer driver. That's absolutely outstanding. And you you you bring that up because a lot of people think well you know race car drivers you know they're not breaking a sweat and it's like you couldn't be more wrong and not only that your your hand eye coordination seeing things that we see at sixty miles per hour. You're seeing at one hundred sixty miles per hour the anticipation if you I mean. It's not too much to say that if you blink and you miss it that could cost you everything. Yeah exactly I think. Race car drivers. You're you know you grow to the highest level. You're processing thing You making tenths of a second show a second a full second in your brain and and processing very quickly and You know you lost ten minutes second If you're outside the rates call you're trying to to blink or You know click a stop watch fashion. You possibly can. You can't do it in a tenth of a second so That's how fast to get the processing your mind out there trying to make quick decisions at two hundred miles per hour when we're two three wide very intense and I think people don't really get to see that as much until they get involved in our sport and what they really can get past the point of cars going around the circle and they start learning about our sport they realize how difficult it really is and I think at the funding about our sport. There's an endless not acknowledge that you can dive into and really become such a fan of our sport isn't a if you go. You know when people look at the odds and they'll say that you know Hamlin's racing in well but then you got harvick and kyle busch true ex chase Elliott the favorites in your mind Do you think well those guys? Yeah Man. They're they're the favorites for a reason or do you think you know what every race is. Its own thing. I got just to get his chances any of those guys. Certainly I actually have the car date my second win races but You know certainly. Those guys are favorite for reading. Like you said there's different circumstances throughout the field There's a guy breaking for teams. That have you know. Four to five hundred employees. Compared to our team we have forty seven Whereas smaller team a little bit smaller budder probably twenty percent of the budget. That those guys run on and we're having to do things that are different level to try to compete and we and we have to hit right. Circumstances are game is a long gaming improve our team and and grow our team overtime and and our goals might not look the same as but we can win on the racetrack and not actually have a trophy. I think last couple of weeks throughout the twentieth big for our team. We've improved over the last four years and you driving for jemaine racing Potentially from what our team and thin and we'll just focused on continually getting better and I think in our sport if you can start averaging around the top. Ten finish at motorized racetracks. You're going to have to win. So that's our goal is to get to avenue top right now. We're probably averaging eighteenth to nineteenth in which is a substantial lead for our team over the past you know overtime won't get that top ten and and be able to win There's a lot of circumstances like I said that. Go into our sports and for people. Outside the sports you can know every search Every every circumstance it to provide even better entertainment for you. I can t one hundred team like ours is is starting on the front row last one day and getting delete lap and what that really means for our organization myself They're a big story. I don't always talked about sports. Like focus a lot on the winners each week. 'cause there's one winner in thirty nine years but there's a lot of great stories throughout the peel very well set a couple more questions for. Nascar driver tied Dylan lucky number thirteen. I know that With your gyco Chevy Camaro. You're going to have a special military paint job and you know with Memorial Day on Monday. I guess this is pretty fitting. Isn't it really? Isn't that something? That's so special about NASCAR. We'd be so much to those out of ourselves and the on in the Darlington Races. We had You know the frontline heroes on our college again and we had great heroes in our car and then we can in the past. We've We've always had servicemembers on a cause for fourth of July and Memorial Day and catching something special that Nascar really lead the way in. We represent another one this weekend and also gyco military paint team kind of You know built in honor of of all those who have fought perfect and men and women across the country and such a great great time to show appreciation to them and Unfortunately we don't get to having having been at the race track go round but we'll definitely honoring on the car on the racetrack is but you know when you when you're in a small team like Germain a one car team and last year you finished every race which is almost unheard of everything has to go right. How proud of you that That accomplishment that the no d-fs yes very proud of that You know I think we were ninety. Nine point five or something. Lots complete team in any for building program which is propelled into this year which was great momentum unfortunately we started off the year anniversary And had a deep so But that was Daytona. You never know what you're GONNA get at that place but you know you certainly you start worrying about not worrying about focusing on having approaches finishing all the races you can build a program and and that's been something that's been important to me as a driver somebody who is there at the end of the race the best finish. I can and You know I think we're got great job with that and and like I've been saying this our goal. The team continue to grow and grow up out destroying race cars. Every weekend. I have to be inefficient racecar drivers so that one day when we do You know have everything capable of being the exact facts on the race track and go out and tap allies and when we got two weeks so it's a long term approach to racing but I think it's one that pays off the very cool and for people who don't know it's in your blood this sport and I sometimes wonder with your your grandfather and the hall of fame in your data driver as well how much this is hereditary and how much I mean obviously you put in the hard work but you see things that US normal. Humans don't see and for some reason it's in your blood. Do you ever kind of think about that like what? You've you've got through just your genes. Yeah I think just being raised around right to my whole life. I've been a lot of good example the whole examples. I've been able to learn and you also have to go through your own journey as low and I think probably the most important thing for me. It's been my own personal journey through racing as brought me to where I am now and I feel like in my fourth year and a cup series best year. Ever mentally and physically. I've ever ban and I only look forward to more in in that area Your expenses is a great thing in life and and then also putting yourself out there to to you know humble yourself as well and focus on getting better in your own mind and skin Is Important so those are all kinds of my approaches. Then in like yeah like he said I have been around it my whole life. He is different but got a wealth of knowledge. Just by listening to others and being around it But also you have to kind of walk through it yourself as well and that probably also you think about that as well it probably keeps you from flip and somebody off like chase. Elliott flipped off. Kyle Busch you like. Maybe I shouldn't do that. Yeah you never know you know you get back or you know you ought to try to manage yourself as well as possibly a lot of people out there Sometimes your emotions get the best view. That's that's what's made our sports so special. I think you guys have to show their emotions that they can also not not not making too big and I've seen that You know our sport was built off of people losing their temper and and passion. And there's so much that inside the race cars that would have to let shine through or sports be very entertaining and You know things like that happened is that there's one winter thirty nine losers every weekend. He's thirty nine geyser feeling. They're going home. And sometimes people expect the different very well said again last question for you tie Being being there at Charlotte. That's where we got the idea the the role and up here nor cal. Doma a road race and they're kind of rare and it's weird because we usually think of those as more open wheel cars but the whole concept of the role Vol- which was hey. We're doing a normal race and oops. I better slow down. I got a little road race and then I come back on the open track again. All you can do is embrace it if you WANNA win. You can't Moan about it. So what was your idea when you first saw the Charlotte role track. Would you think of it? That was exactly my approach. Anytime we get something like that a curveball phone hacking brace it and the same approach to Daytona Talladega. Everybody call did a low of the dice base in really try to study learning. You can make it a better opportunity for you succeed and into the is Jeff that I I look at it and up to Take advantage of of road course racing. I think going into places like snowmen walking. But he's guys veterans have good extent The only go to the Young Guy. And then you have to really make big strides going forward and those are tough. Thank you to get up to speed quickly but you to the Robo. One would all on equal playing ground as far as experience and I thought it was a big opportunity. I think we finished inside the you know. Last last year we finish top fifteen And the year before you're going to get another fifteen hundred running and somebody'll ask that but it's been a great shock for us. I'm going back. I love that style of racing. It's very fun. There's ty dillon. Great on the radio. Great on the track. Make sure to check him out number. Thirteen GEICO Chevy Camaros Z. One one Elliott for Germain racing festive. Loctite the Coca Cola. Six hundred man really enjoyed having you on and Let's have you on again sometime soon. Abbott all right. Good stuff ty dillon. Everybody I'm rick. Come on back attention homeowners. Do you have a house? That's in need of serious repairs. Do you have tennis? 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Well what I would do is the title match and I think that the history of wrestling every successful company. It's always built around the world championship. That's what everybody fights for. How many times have you heard people do that interview or they say if you didn't get into wrestling to be the world champion? Why did you get interesting? If you're not here to be the world champion. Why are you even wrestling? We hear stuff like that all the time but if you watch eight to make these comparisons but it's the obvious comparison if you watched me. I mean universal champion is even there half the time when when brock lizards a champion. And there's feuds and there's storylines and this and that but there's never that feeling nowadays with either of those belts that is like the be all end all now. They're trying with drew McIntyre. They're doing a great job with drew. Mcintyre sneeze as the champion but the reality is I mean. It's just not the be all end all and to me. Aws the opportunity having been in business for less than a year. The Awa title is the be all. Endo. That's why you're there everybody in that Stadium Stampede. Match there in aws become the champion granted. They're doing a big crazy wacky Macha. It a football stadium with two rings and all of the other wacky but at the end of the day when that matches over it's right back to wanting to be the champion the young bucks. You want to be the TAG team Champions Chris. Jericho if you're any of guys. I mean even nick and Matt Jackson the other day you want to be the world champion. Cody wants to be the world champion. Although he can't anymore but he constantly brings it up. I can't even fight for that title anymore. Now he wants to fight for for the US or the title. I think that the main event ninety nine percent of the time should always be the world championship. That's it your thoughts Jim. I agree with everything said and the other issue is is. I would tie them together. Let's just say let me just pick something out. Let's say that somehow out of Nowhere Matt Hardy is actually evil and Matt. Hardy helps the inner circle. Win The stadium match on Saturday and then once the champion is able to defeat Brodie Lee. You end the shell with that. Dastardly Matt Hardy Attacking Jon Moxley and then you're off to the races and you can plug in anybody. Jericho whomever but I think I agree with you. In the sense that it needs to go on last but also that they're not exclusive because chances are the person who comes out of that stadium match with the visual Pan or as the visually dominant wrestler will likely be the person who is off to the races with Jon. Moxley for the next pay per view build so I think in that sense I would put the title match on last just to have that exclamation point that yes we saw whomever dominate the stadium match and then we have made it even more apparent by have them envy show somehow fighting or in some sort of confrontation or having some sort of beginning issue with Jon. Moxley somebody else here noted ever since Debbie would two world titles the title has Never Meant Jack. That's true you'll have to world titles and it's weird. Well I want to point out by the way that you know. Even before Corona virus they address reduced the number of house shells and they may or may not ever do how shows again so. It's not like we're in a situation where we have to touring brands and we need a world championship on each brand. I mean the ideal and I've said this dating back to two thousand and two or whatever you know they should if if you have one brand or two brands it doesn't matter but if you have two brands which I think is pointless but if you do there. Should be a touring world champion. Touring take team. Champions a touring intercut it'll champion. Meaning there's one world champion and wwe and he can defend on raw and he can defend on smackdown same with tag and same with intercontinental that increases the value of those belts dramatically. And if you're not doing two tours what he needs to world titles for an aide w they always say it's all about wins and losses so if it's all about wins losses and you have rankings. What's that all about? It's about determining who is the number one contender to be the top guy and the top guy is the champion. You need one world champion and one secondary champion. Who in storyline? That guy's number two. That's it any more than that waters. It down it makes it all less important and I just like the way. They're doing things right now. I Wish W E would get rid of one of those titles. Have you next time? You've got fans unify those titles. And whoever's champion? He goes brand new brand. That's it well. I think it's great that you read. I got email from two thousand one. I think it's really nice of you to do that. Brian wow dude I l my email save Jim. You'd be surprised what I got. You May to check your server. Because I'm pretty sure that came over compuserve because I think we've had two titles what since. Wcw went out of business. I believe we have the world title the WWe titled In Rock hold the WCW title. And well I mean we. We have had some periods where they briefly unified it and then it splits apart again. I'm just glad that person took enough time and thought of nineteen years to finally email you about that topic. That's that's great. I'm curious to think what they thought of Wrestlemanias. Seventeen but we'll get to that maybe in a few more years. Yeah obviously that's that's really the key. There's nothing that matters in. Wwe and everybody who watches for any period of time knows that we know that if you know drew McIntyre losers. Well it'll depend on the booking of the situation and how management feels about him. Whether or not he's going to come back regardless of the story being told or regardless of how the fans think about him same thing with the titles win loss records literally in like the past twenty years. I think the only thing that has ever stuck permanently was Kurt Angle. Losing a hair match to edge. Because he's still bald to this day. Spurs says the NFC takeover shows which have been critically acclaimed have featured matches. It were not for the title but main event like a Gorgon. Oh yes they have and other promotions have done that as well but I still don't like it. The title should go on last. That's why everybody is there. That's the point that's championship. That's what everybody fights for if you if you take it out of the main event position every time you do that. You slightly devalue. The title and the thing with the touring champ is not only one champion going brand two brand make. The tidal seem significantly more important. That's the trophy but it also makes that guy more important because he's special everybody else's stuck on their brand and they can't leave except when ratings are down but that guy is such a big star is champion that he could go to smackdown annex. T can defend that title everywhere and guys and women on all of those brands are all hunting for that one champion. That's what it's all about but then you're going to need something important on the other brand to keep people's attention because if you don't have a world title say the main angle on smackdown. What are you gonNA do on raw? Well actually they answered Jim. It's a simple answer. It's a simple answer. You unify the intercontinental and the US title. But that's still a secondary tight. It's number two but if you do it right. Number two is only slightly below number one and in fact. If you really do it right you do. The argument about is number two actually better than number one could eat intercontinental champion. Beat the world champion. Lot of story lights. You'd we talk about this more the break for life. Here's a great way to save money on your prescription medications. If you take Viagra or Cialis we can give you away to pay as little as two dollars. A pill compare. That price is high. Is Sixty dollars per tablet. These pills work for men and women to improve their sexual performance and now for the price of two or three pills you can get nearly one hundred. There's no need to pay expensive prices for Viagra or CIALIS. Call now with your prescription. And as little as two dollars a pill we offer twenty four seven service and always free delivery and confidential packaging. 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The next takeover Rear Ripley needs to beat Charlotte flair clean in the middle on one of these shows period if rea- Ripley Beats Eeo to win the title in your house or vice versa. I mean as a reporter. I'll continue watching as a fan. I'll be done. That would be stupid. So hopefully they don't do anything stupid but that is stupid stuff when he's talking about and they have done stupid stuff but I mean and talking about the use of Shirai you sure I. I don't know what your situation is. Maybe she's giving indications that she's going to go back home at some point or maybe she's I don't know what the situation is but it's it or she puts an amazing work. She's make a case that Bell to bell. She might be the best wrestler in the world but the use of her on annex has this lower level mid level person is just I it must be something about her not fully committing to wwe t because the use of her has just been awful. In my opinion the the brief matches the disqualification with the candles ticket. Charlotte getting her match interrupted. It's just it's been terrible. I feel about the same way that you do about rea- Ripley with I mean I. I would not fully agree with you there. I think that the horrible stuff they've done with ill lately is being done because this is their booking to set up a three way like. She's in she's in the championship match. But with no moment in your house I mean you're right but guess who also has no moment Maria of the other woman in three way. The only person they've given anything to is Charlotte. I mean. Yeah these finishes. I blew my stack last night. Reviewing exte- 'cause I a hated the finish of that INEX- teammate. Event was such a passion because the match was good. Everything was going along great. And we got the same Laima just by the numbers main roster booking the we see all the time and these viewers are fifty six years old on average fifty. Six years. Old Jim how old are you? How old are you? Hey I'm by miracle ear you older than me. Oh yeah couple years older okay. So so. Both of us are mid four. T's okay one. What was the first wrestling match? You Remember Gacek Instrument. Oh get out of here like early mid eighties Late seventies late seventies. Okay so you started watching in the late seventies and you're a decade younger than your average viewer. You really think those people want to sit there and watch. W WE MAIN ROSTER BS booking or somebody comes in and attacks to people to set up a three way I mean come on. Nobody wants to see that. I was so mad when it was over. Just Gimme my annex t from a year ago where it was like solid logical strong character driven belt title driven. I don't want this main. Rosser stuff on annex t it O'Brien the last night on. Dvr My wife. And I watched a special. That was on. Tv of night called the story of soaps. Daytime drama soap operas and they talk about the beginning and they talk about you know Luke and Laura Hospital which was a big deal they talk about Dallas and who shot Jr and then they get to the point in one thousand nine hundred ninety four with Oj Simpson and how all of the drama and the courtroom and the Bronco Chase and everything became so important in such a big deal that a lot of that coverage interrupted soap operas and many people who were longtime fans who had that long break and many of those people once all of the OJ. Drama was over. Never came back. And then you had the advent of reality shows and other things. And I'm wondering if this gap with Corona virus and no fans and everything we're seeing right now is this going to be the equivalent for professional wrestling. Wwe specifically did have ask that question for months. When I listen to people explaining that these ratings during the pandemic don't matter and Davis pointed out that if you look at the decline across all of the the Delta V. Programming it's it's it's the same it's like this he says is all due to the pandemic and he's he's probably ninety five percent right maybe even ninety nine percent right but that's one half of the issue. The other half of the issue is are these people going to come back. They come back in smaller and smaller numbers. Every year. After football season I mean people leave in September and in the old days they all came back in January. It's not the old days anymore. Now they leave in September and a percentage comes back and the next year more leaving. September and only a percentage comeback at a lot of people have left starting in mid-march when they went to empty arena shows. I mean we're not even talking casuals. I'm talking to people on our board people in the twitch homeys and the chat. I've heard a lot of people say dude. I'm out until the fans come when the fans come back I'll come back and that's all well and good to say but I promise you I promise you. Those numbers are not going to return to the level that they were before corona virus. Hopefully it's only five percent lower something like that but the idea that as soon as fans come back these these wrestling fans are going to return to watching TV in the same or larger numbers. I don't think that's happening. You know we've talked about this but I guess until I saw the special talking about. Oj And the soaps. I thought this was unprecedented in well. Certainly that wasn't a disease. But from the length of break and distraction. I don't think it is unprecedented at all. I think it takes two weeks to either build or break a habit and we've been gone quite a while. It's usually yet three to four weeks and it's been way more than three to four weeks so those people that have gotten out of the habit some of them are not going to get back into habit again. Going up against live sports competition on cable TV for the first time since the sort of close set shows did not hurt the ratings for dynamite on. Tnt last night the double or nothing go home show. Seven hundred and one thousand viewers up seven percent from last week however annex t down at two percent to five hundred ninety two thousand viewers. They both went head to head with NASCAR and last week they both went head to head with UFC. And you have see took a sizable bite out of both shows. Eighteen to forty nine numbers this week. It appears that NASCAR only took a bite out of those a W. or those exte- numbers at least a larger bite may have affected a w to a degree but aws up and T was down. It was the best eighteen to forty nine showing for a w since corona virus shut. Everything down they were number seven in the eighteen to forty nine prime demo annex t was out of the top fifty they were number fifty three and they're eighteen to forty nine. The money demo zero point one three they did half of what Awa did in that demo so again young people are not watching at x t and the young people that do watch it exte- they apparently chose to watch NASCAR OVER IN X t this past Wednesday night. We should also mention since we haven't talked about these for a while these. Dvr numbers they have not been cut in half but they have been cut almost in half since prior to corona virus. Oh Wow there. There was a time where you know. Aws annexed t would be doing four hundred thousand viewers or more on Dvr. And now it's right around between two hundred and ten and two hundred and fifty thousand so not only are they losing live viewers but those viewers aren't even dvr anymore so these are very very concerning numbers. Despite the fact that a w did its best showing eighteen to forty nine since before. This all started not. Dvr Ing something as a conscious choice. Yes especially for me like when I set the DVR. It's set to always record. Yeah good I'm saying it's not like I have to consciously stop recording the shows or we're looking at one hundred and fifty thousand people who for some reason have to remember to send it to Dvr every week and for some reason? Don't have the option to record the series well and you also. How often do you go through and Clean Your Dvr? As far as the show's move things move things down. Get rid of them. I what do you do that once a couple of times a year. Maybe well let me say one thing about that so I don't have a normal dvr. I Have Youtube TV and YouTube. Tv has an unlimited dvr. So I never have to do anything but if you've got a normal. Dvr That you can only dvr twenty hours worth of programming or A. You've got I think some of the other streaming services. There's a limit to your dvr. Then you have to go through and if you've been watching a lot more television wrestling may fall off that DVR list. So it's possible that a that that's the issue now. I think that really says something if you miss something. Maybe you're distracted or your life is shifted during Corona virus. You've checked up like you talked about but the Guinean and deprogramming off your VCR your dvr. That's a that's a choice. That's a conscious decision with observer lack. It's time to get to the yard. It's time to get outside and make it amazing yet. So the grass and sunny afternoons. It's the season to get your backyard ready for action to get the long lush and green. Get rid of those pesky patches. It's easy to make your lawn better than ever with Scott's because even though this year field different the best things never change. So let's get to it. This is your time to enjoy Scott gets the yard. 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He does every Saturday and joining us here as well today as he does. Every Friday is in fact. Ryan in Cumberland Ryan. What is going on any question about this wrestling? National Occurs? Last Saturday was seeing. It was Tennessee. All pro wrestling so this they get the ball running for other companies to have fans in the building for shows. Well I wanNA thank you very much for the call. The Answer Ryan is that it is. It's a state decision. I mean every state's going to be different. I mean there was a show trying to. He was last Saturday the Saturday before but it was. There was a parking lot show in southern California about a week ago and it was just a wrestling show. And there was no social distancing among the fans. You know some fantastic masks. Many fans didn't and they just all attended like any other wrestling show at was outdoors and corona virus. It spreads significantly less Easley outdoors. I mean they they did a study in in Wuhan I think it was like only like it was a tiny number like zero point. Two percent or something. The spread outdoors was like miniscule compared to indoors but I mean it still requires you to stay away from each other. I mean if you're if you're all crowded shoulder to shoulder having it can still spread outdoors. But I mean if you if you recall. There were beaches opened Like a month ago in Florida and all these pictures on the media of of just thousands of people these beaches. And you know. We didn't get the massive outbreak that was expected as a result of that largely because it was outdoors. So indoor is something completely different. I mean when it's time to start opening up offices again. Schools Indoor sporting events. I mean unless there's a treatment or vaccine that's going to be a big time disaster but so far doing things outdoors has has largely not contributed to massive spread but still. I don't think you should be running shows outdoors right now with everybody shoulder to shoulder. I mean there should still be social distancing. I don't know why Dana went to so much trouble for fight island when he probably could have got for cheap fight parking lot. I mean Jeez that would have been so much easier but what I think it should be. Jim is like fight. Island should be outside. I think it is. That's the plan is. Yeah right out there on the beach. The beach him. I mean honest to God. Let me tell you something honestly. If you have see going to run shows and I I was a fighter. I honestly would be far more comfortable fighting outside at fight island then even indoors in building with no fans. Yeah you probably. That's that's that's probably true. We'll see fevered. High fight idol and ever actually comes to fruition with things things opening up but maybe completely unnecessary Brian. You're talking about sports. I'm curious how much momentum particularly you know. A lot of people saying that you have C. Two fifty looks kind of like a lackluster card. And it's going to be curious to see how much interest and momentum you of able to keep up given the people on the roster that it's able to us right now and that situation and then also you mentioned Nascar and I don't know if you if you saw this but at the end of the race NASCAR was kyle busch who knocked chase Elliott out of the race. Some people think on purpose. Even though kyle apologize but chase got out and flipped coyote. The bird and there was a whole controversy and and I wonder if that's going to be something that people get interested in like Kyle Busch's big. He'll want to see him get. Here's or I think a lot of fans have left NASCAR because of stuff like this so a lot of it is going to be the newness and we'll see how much of that novelty wears off with this really any sport has things go forward should be noted that it appears the stadium. Stampede match is being taped today which means that they will be able to edit it and they will be able to do some potentially very very wacky things with creative editing. So it's not going to be the rest of the pay per view tomorrow his life but I guess the stadium stampede matches being taped so they can do all sorts of things really. I don't know if they're gonNA do things exactly like what we saw with Velveteen Dream and Adam Cole. Where you know you dive onto a crash pad but then you get another angle of a guy dropping elbow so it looks like he did a giant dive and landed on the cement. But I would expect to see some very creative things in the stadium stampede match tomorrow night. I just WANNA see lots of spots with dipping dots and hopefully the birth and debut of vanguard to I think if you have those things vanguard fused gotta becoming. You'd think yeah I say that you gotTa do what you gotTa do to end the show. I didn't find with exception of the box. And the return of Adam page. None of the spots were really that compelling to me but I'm sure that they like you said they'll probably come up with a lot of creative things. I wouldn't be surprised if there's something edited roll down like levels and levels and levels of stairs like an extremely long role due to editing. Someone goes down all of the stairs. That are in the stadium things like that. It'll probably be very fun but probably I would guess based more realism. Maybe with the exception of a few Matt Hardy spots because of his character cody. Rhodes did a media talk yesterday. And regarding the show and he said that ninety percents of what fans will see a double or nothing is what was creatively planned prior to the pandemic. Obviously since the show was going to take place in Vegas no stadium stampede would have been my guess although maybe I mean if it's being taped today I mean maybe that would have been booked and those guys would have been sent you a giant stadium to that match per Tony. Kahn Cody said the TNT champion will not be in the top five rankings for the world title. They don't know how the new title is going to work. So they aren't committing it to it being a mid card title or anything like that. He claimed to have not even seen the belt yet. He said they're planning to say Jacksonville for the time. Being as travelling to different locations right now can add to the risk very excited to work again for fans however there covid nineteen testing is done away from dailies place and wrestlers staffer tested in separate even with a positive test. They would not shut down production. He said they met Mike Tyson. Last year in Vegas and having someone with an element of prestige to present the belt was the final touch for Saturday's show and he said over the next two weeks. He expects some rescheduled date announcements for previously postponed shows. He is remaining optimistic. Despite what some experts think about shows we'll see we'll see that's going to be hard because probably initially you'll only be able to lead in percentage of fans so do I wouldn't for me personally. I've thought my head. I don't think I'd go back to New Jersey. Because they sell ten thousand tickets and I'd WanNa go there back when I can sell ten thousand tickets as opposed to just three thousand tickets so it would be hard to pick exactly which cities are the ones you'd want to go back with a limited capacity. We do some math here. Oh boy yeah all right so so what I would do as a as a a non medical professional this is this is what I believe should happen. I think that if you can find an open air arena or an arena with a retractable roof. That can sit. Let's say concede eighteen thousand. If you said okay well we're going to do one sixth capacity to make sure that everybody can be six ten feet. Apart in their in their seats he could put three thousand people in the building. And I I'm not. I don't know if I would necessarily attempt to charge like six times ticket. Prices to make up for the the the revenue lost. But I mean maybe double. I mean maybe if you're normal aid w tickets fifty bucks you can say for the time being. These are very limited edition tickets and they're going to be one hundred dollars each or one hundred fifty dollars each but we're only releasing three thousand of them and you get people in a largely open air arena and you seat them six seats apart. Or whatever I as a promoter would be. I would be more comfortable with that than I think. Any other plan as far as like getting fans into the building. You'll be hard of there'd be a PR backlash as far as the pricing goes. And also certainly there's going to be some people who are very excited who want to go to the shows and participate but then how much of the fan base is going to be reluctant right at the beginning and wait for a show or two before they finally feel comfortable enough to attend any live event. There's there's a lot to consider. And also our people saving their money. Are People going to balk at higher ticket price? Has I look around here. There's a lot of casinos on tribal land that have opened up and they're very popular barely so it's hard to determine whether or not the price point for play a role and how many people are the part of the. Awa Fan base are still concerned and taking a wait and see attitude. Well you gotta think about it this way so I said three thousand people in eighteen thousand seat building. That's one sixth of capacity. So if you look at if you look at the unemployment numbers in this country I mean they're high but they're still a lot of people working that would be able to buy the tickets and if we did like a random sampling of people and we went on the street and said if if there was a wrestling show in and you could go and sit there in the crowd. Are you comfortable doing that or not? Obviously right now a lot of people would say no but one sixth of them say yes I think so I think probably forty fifty percent would say yes so I believe if if you can normally put eighteen thousand people in a building. I feel like of that. Eighteen thousand three thousand. Three thousand of them would be comfortable enough and have the money in order to do so. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe maybe the number that would have they would be able to financially. Afford an will be willing to do it is thousand. I don't know but I think three thousand should be the capacity for sure but we're seeing a lot of other things open up to theme parks and other public events and I guess also it would depend on the individual and perhaps the family dictating. What they're most excited to see and participate in whether it's Nascar or wrestling or something else entirely different. Check out some of these emails and text messages here. This person says don't forget you can have people in front or behind as well as to the left and right of you will. Yeah that's what I'm saying like so if you had like a ten foot at a ten foot perimeter around you you would have. I still feel be three thousand people in an eighteen thousand seat building in order to have sufficient area around you as you said in your seat and you know people would be moving around the seats because that's what people do but we'll see what happens. It's it's GonNa take some enforcement for sure. There's going to be a lot of people probably nervous. And you've got to that into account and probably have a little extra staff on hand. Spurs says with all the problems with an x t right now. Do you wish they had never gone to USA and just stayed with the wwe. Newark absolutely absolutely to me. Annexed T was a far superior product when they weren't going to ours head to head with a W it was a better show and on top of that the reason that they move to Wednesdays on USA was solely to prevent Awa from growing. And if you look at the numbers I mean what is happening. Here is the popularity of exte- fallen fallen. The the quality of the show has fallen fallen at a w has not been defeated by them and w would be doing better probably with that annex t on the other channel in a healthy. W is what's best for the entire industry including me back in a moment Mr for life. I'm going to tell you how you can get real healthcare for as little as six dollars a day. 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Zero Seven nineteen eighty-one. That's eight hundred. Eight zero seven nine thousand nine hundred eighty one. You're listening to wrestling observer live with Bryan Alvarez and Mike Simple Vivey on the sports byline Broadcasting Network Jimmy thing dad about an exte- and USA network. What would you prefer you know? I think I think the the two faces out of tears but I don't think there's much you can do. I don't know that it just it feels like an exte- used to be special and now we all realize that it's just another Arrow in the quiver of wwe as far as what it does to defend its territory and that it's not special and I think the other issue is that honestly even before a w came about annexed. Did kind of have a pattern that I was getting a little tired of their some. Oh Joe and he's the champion. Okay lose the title. Is Somebody else? And he's off to the main roster there's Nakimora same thing and they're just seemed to be kind of this pattern that there were these annexed darlings. Who did really well moved up in the main roster and then nothing so I think either way annexed he was going to get exposed and some of the shine was going to be off the toy regardless you got coming up tomorrow on the show. I'm sure we will preview double or nothing and talk about whatever happens in the morning because there always seems to be something. I got a lot of traction talking about Otis. We'll see what they do with him tonight on smackdown. Otis's a good guy. He's a baby face. He's the heartland of this country and needs to be treated as such. He should not be pretending even if he thinks. It's joking to jump anybody from behind. He's a good guy. I hear says used triple A. Baseball parks. They would be cheaper to run than most large arenas less electricity. No AC etcetera. We'll see what happens because at some point fans are coming back to wrestling and quite frankly is probably GONNA be too early. 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You should hours after floods foresee evacuation of ten thousand people in Central Michigan. He did not specify what kinds of federal aid he would stop order. East side a legal basis for the action. Meantime were that Ohio groups trying to put ballot measures before voters in November will not have to go door to door looking for support and federal judge ruled this week that because of the covid nineteen pandemic the state must allow petition signatures to be gathered electronically and the collection deadline. Back to July thirty. First Tony Web is with Ohioans four secure and fair elections which is pursuing package of voting. Lommel changes she says. The risk-spreading Corona virus has hampered the campaign's efforts because that would create a health risk to the signature collectors and to the potential finals. The only way that we could really show the amount of grassroots support. We needed to get access about would be to go online. 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There's been a push by some faith leaders for Congress to ensure that any more stimulus funding not necessarily go to churches but for people still struggling to get by the Reverend Gerry. Parker of Wisconsin Council of Churches says it's not about stoking political tension but rather seeking institutional change. It's not quite as visible as these. These efforts that you see in other places But nevertheless were there all the time trying to work for change that will benefit the most vulnerable people among us. A group. Parker leaves includes more than thirty member churches from various denominations across the state. The Council says Congress should authorize more stimulus funding. That can help stay governments. Avoid Steve Budget cuts while helping vulnerable residents? Deal with key expenses. This is pianist as the nation shift from pause to go. The Guardian reports forecasts from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of business model predicts covid nineteen cases or reach five point four million and a death hole in the. Us could be two hundred ninety thousand by July. The twenty fourth that if states fully reopened without any social distancing measures in comparison the model predicts nearly two hundred thirty thousand deaths by the same date. July twenty fourth if states reopen but individuals do maintain their social distancing efforts while cases of corona virus going down to Washington state are ticket off reports. Racial disparities increasingly are being laid bare. According to The Washington State Department of Health White people are sixty eight percent of the state's population but make up forty three percent of cases. Meanwhile thirteen percent of the state is Hispanic but they represent thirty six percent of cases. African Americans are four percent of the population but seven percent of cases. 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From seventy four years ago today may nineteenth nine thousand nine hundred forty six leroy learned to dance and the you know how it is with youngsters in that sort of thing dealing with girls before they get to a certain age anyway we thank you for tuning in on a very special Tuesday. It is the nineteenth day of May the one hundred thirty ninth day at one hundred fortieth day rather of twenty twenty two hundred twenty six days remaining until we get to twenty twenty one. It was on this date in one thousand nine hundred ninety two Dan. Quayle gave a speech to the Commonwealth Club of California on the subject of the Los Angeles riots. Now in the speech. Quayle blamed the violence in la on a decay of moral values and family structure in American society. Dow In an aside he specifically cited the fictional character in the television programme Murphy Brown as an example of how popular culture contributes to this poverty of values. Saying doesn't help matters when prime time. Tv Has Murphy Brown character who supposedly epitomizes. Today's intelligent highly paid professional woman mocking the importance of fathers by bearing a child on and calling. Just another lifestyle choice now. Quayle drew a firestorm of criticism feminist and liberal organizations and was widely ridiculed by late night talk show host with remark the Murphy Brown speech and the resulting media coverage damaged the Republican ticket in the nineteen ninety two presidential election and became one of the most memorable incidents of the nineteen ninety-two campaign long after the outcry had ended the comment continued to have an effect on. Us Politics Stephanie. Coons professor of family history and the author of several books essays about history of marriage says at this brief remark by quayle about Murphy. Brown kicked off more than a decade of outcries against the collapse of the family. Now in the one thousand nine hundred ninety three series premiere of Murphy Brown that Season Brown. The character watched quayle's comments on television and responded on the fictitious new show. Fyi later in the episode. She hired a truck to dump a thousand potatoes. On coils doorstep. Your member the remark about never mind if you if you do great if you don't Dan Quayle claim the that. The singular potato had Anina. Pota WHICH IS WRONG. And he was relying on a flash card that was wrong in two thousand two. Candice Bergen. The actress who played Brown said I have never really said much about the whole episode which was endless but his speech was a perfectly intelligent speech about fathers not being dispensable and nobody agreed with that more than I did. let's see on this date in fifteen thirty six. Belinda second wife of King Henry v. Eight was beheaded the one hundred thirty ship. Strong Spanish Armada set sail for England on this date in fifteen eighty eight. It was defeated in August. The colonies of Massachusetts Bay Plymouth Conduct Connecticut and New Harbour met on this date in sixteen forty three to four New England. Confederation Congress passed the emergency quota. Act on this date. In one thousand nine hundred thousand one establishing national quotas for Immigration and immigrants the first annual Calibers County Frog jumping jubilee held on this date in nineteen twenty eight in Angels Camp California British author and soldier t e Lawrence also known as Lawrence of Arabia died on this date in nineteen thirty five from injuries sustained in a motorcycle crash. All it was on this date in nineteen sixty two Marilyn. Monroe sang happy. Birthday to President Kennedy at a celebration of his forty fifth birthday. Ten days before. The actual date has been MISSUS president these On things and bad session with me less field and problem father come Don't know the United States. I can now retired from politics after having had happy birthday sung to me we Marilyn Monroe of course wearing that skin tight dress and that sexy delivery and her image as a sex symbol. Marilyn Monroe singing the President Kennedy on this date back in one thousand nine hundred sixty two. It was announced on this date in nineteen sixty four. The Soviet Union had bugged embassies throughout Moscow including the US embassy during the past month. A network of microphones has been found embedded in the walls of the American embassy in Moscow and has been removed and destroyed today. Us Ambassador Boy. Kohler delivered a formal protest about this matter to the Soviet government secretary of State Dean Rusk in February the State Department recalled one of that security technicians for conferences which led to a decision to demolish a room in the Moscow embassy in April. When the microphones were found and the twenty seventh amendment the US Constitution which prohibited Congress from giving itself midterm pay raises. Went into effect on this date in one thousand nine hundred ninety two and the even though it was intended to prevent pay raises the amendment of the Constitution and the ensuing law which cubs from that prohibits changing the pay of Congress between can't go up or down in mid term among those passing away on this date in history Ronald Colman. Fine actor Ogden Nash. The poet Former first lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy actress. Candy Candido the guy. Who Does the the he does it better than I could ever do it. But I'll give you an idea. He will act like this. It's a voice of I'm feeling mighty low and he drop really low and way high a delightful man Freddie garrity the lead singer Freddie and the dreamers and Morley safer. Oh and Alan Young. How can I miss out? Talking about Alan Young Great Comedian and probably best known to Americans as the owner of Mr Ed in the television show and Morley safer from. What was it sixty minutes among birthdays? Today me okay. And I share a birth date with Hokey men mass murderer and dictator. Pol Pot Ole the assassinated leader Black Muslims Malcolm x. One of My reasons for going out on a limb as I had to try and make white people Be Shocked awake some of their senses. Because if they don't awake they're gonNA find out that this little Negro that they thought was passive has become a roaring uncontrollable lion inside their house and event in the kitchen in the attic and basement. And if you know that in time you can do something about Malcolm X. Board on this date in history Jim Lehrer News Hour. Pbs Born on this date. He passed away earlier this year. At the age of ninety five Nicole Brown Simpson a screen writer director novelist Noah Ephron who wrote sleepless in Seattle. And you've got mail Andre the giant born on my birthday Mickey Newbury. The great songwriters just dropped in to see what my condition. My condition was in for the first edition and he wrote American trilogy for Elvis. Mickey Newbury born on this date and the original to Baca who passed away earlier this year as well last year. I should say Peter Mayhew aboard on this date. Good Morning America host for a long time. David Hartman. This eighty-five from flower drunk song. Nancy Kwan is eighty-one the WHO's Peter. Townsend is seventy five Grace Jones slave to the Rhythm Grace Jones's seventy two. Tom Scott you remember him he did. He did the theme song for taxi. Tom Scott Seventy two today. From monk. Jason Gray Stanford is fifty and Sam Smith. Oh won't you stay with me? Tom Scott a Samson. She's Me Sam Smith top Scott also but say he's much older. 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If you want to catch the old boy a pleasant mood catch him. When he's sitting down to dinner and right there is where we catch. Evening he has dust tucked. His napkin is best beamed upon his little family and cracked a medium size joke from Marjorie. All HE GETS IS FROM. Leroy almost young son. It's not as funny as all that. I thought it was funny. Crackers please Marjorie. Oh say before I forget it. Well never mind. I'll win the official. What is it my boy to rescue? I am perfectly capable of eating and listening at the same time. Leroy old trick handed down to me by my father. Well well I got a note from the principal today. She Miss Goodwin. She does if she can have a talk with you. He does but as Miss Goodwin. Wish to talk to me about Leroy me. I knew it. Where is this not what's in it? Why are you keeping it from somewhere? I did have it. Gosh who the other pocket Leroy. Oh I march. Why don't you mind your own business? Why don't you pretend you didn't have none of that? Leroy? This notice addressed to me happened the familiar with its contents giving ask anybody if I did. Miss Goodwin wants to have a talk with something. Told me. Ask him what he did. That made a right to know. I will ask my own questions. We thank you without any help from you but did you do. Leroy the mater right denote answer me. Miss Goodwin says here that some of your social attitudes require adjusting. What does that mean? He claims I was picking on the girls. Well you get. The point is to the point where you at where you not picking on the girls. Well I wasn't the only one thinking and water made and Dr Rosenberg his terrible. He doesn't do anything a tells. You remind Donald Rosenberg. What exactly did you do? We rated the girls playground. Any broke up their gains gone talent. He thought it was very funny when he told me about it. I'll handle this Marjorie. Why did you do this? Leroy must have had some reason. Why did you do it? Why because girl stink. That's a fine thing to say. It just happened young man that your sister is a girl. Are you apologized to her? This go ahead apologize. I'm sorry trouble with you. Is You spend all your time with boys. Haven't learned yet how to behave in the presence of a lady. It's high time you did that. Invitation yet but that. Why don't you mind your own business? Leroy apologized sister. Apologize Again Cohen. Shake I apologize. What's this about an invitation leroy a week ago and he had the decency to answer it yet. I think he might at Least Telegraph. Yes or no. I haven't made up my. That's no way to do. What kind of a party is this? Leroy STAY PARTY BIRTHDAY PARTY WHY? That sounds like fun. Go to attend. Who's giving the party boy? Hammer Sean. Nice little girl. I walked home with her father just the other night. Harry Amherst very pleasant. I think you ought to go want to why not for Goodness Sake. I have Danton. That's nothing to be scared of Marjorie and I will teach you how to dance. What we Marjorie before. Okay I apologize whether you go to this party or not as entirely up early right but I will tell you this. If you don't go you spend the time right here at home. You don't go off the property understand. And what's more you'll know the entire on front and back no you won't you'll to the Party Leroy. You're going to enjoy this. Anyone who enjoys outdoor sports as much as you enjoy a helpful exercise like dancing will you will i? Marjorie Nile dance a little for then well just to give you an idea first. Then you can try it come on. Let's get some music here. Let me get in the way of dance. Records reminds me honestly nothing decent. Don't tell me what's this whispering. Larry Rose and his rose buddies track. What's the matter that? Why did you hear it critic? Come on let's show Leroy the Foxtrot. My what the heck in the Foxtrot. It's the easiest. Answer is my boy. Just like walking ready. Might BE THE MUSIC LOOK BACK. Leroy all back. The rut foxtrot like to cover a lot of ground K. Music never anybody when I have to go through. We don't need the music quite Celo. I pay attention. Watch my feet. What do three point two find me my dear to three point you begin to get the feel of it? Leroy? It's exactly the same. Oh you add new varieties. You get more skillful. I'll watch this. How you Turnley right it. Let's stop the Music Room and Nali Roy. I want you to try it. No no time like the present. No nonsense now debts. I'll start the music again. Rounder waste it's a guerrilla couldn't get his arm around her waist where you're standing. I'll move in closer. This is your sister argue. That's the way it's done. I'll get hold of you. You doing. Finally Right. I just don't want all the time. Steer around in a circle partly right. What two three five six seven step with the music found Leroy? Can't you hear the Violin Visit Union? Join yourself boy. Not Belonging Know Leroy. He's busy now. Wait a minute who is a call right right away. It's usually right. Miss Ethel Hammer Schlock. She can hear you say Gosh Leroy she can hear you can hear you to. May Nineteenth nineteen forty six Herald Perry the Great Gildersleeve on Classic Radio at the end of the news from seventy four years ago as next. We encourage you to participate in the GIFT CARD. Challenge these days. We all probably know of a local business. That is struggling to adapt to the current realities. Here's a small way that you can help by mounting the gift guard. Challenge if you're able think of your favorite local business and then by Gift Card today buy it online or pledged to buy one as soon as you can. Every little bit will help. Restaurants have take out delivery. Many businesses have online shopping options participate in the Gift Card challenged today by gift card any amount and show your support for our local businesses in this time of need for yourself to use it a later day or pass it along to someone you know. That's on the front to what they can to keep us all safe. 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But delay in getting the word to rank and file union members who run the trains disrupting service. Generally for several hours. Widespread confusion was reported in practically all major rail centers because the walkout of two hundred fifty thousand rail men and engineers called for four PM. Local time yesterday was canceled only a few minutes before the deadline in the eastern time zone the time lag dispatching notices to brother locals caused thousands of travelers to be inconvenienced as many train crew members declined to work until official notice had been received from Brotherhood headquarters in Cleveland with contract negotiations at a standstill. John L Lewis faces this week one of the major decisions of his career on the question whether again to shut the nation's coal mines when the strike. Who's in Saturday? His move is bound to affect the lives of one hundred forty million persons the threaten railroad strike postponed yesterday. For five days may influence his decision to prolong or turn back a rail tie up with prevent large-scale operations of the minds. Anyway near the end of the truce in the event of renewal of the coal stoppage could not be credited exclusively to Louis Secretary of State James at burn said last night the world is a crossroads where it can move either forward to a new era of better understanding increased opportunity and peace or backwards a new dark age in a statement opening National Foreign Trade Week Burns called on the United States to speak with wisdom firmness moderation and internal unity saying the voice of the. Us will not be unimportant in the decisions that are taken. The American military government champion of free press in Korea. Crackdown on a Communist publishing plant. Yesterday seems it was printing counterfeit money officers closed the Akaba Zaghawa press on. What's the Communist Party Oregon Per South Korea? High Bangi bow is printed. Some nine million yen in powder counterfeit notes already had been turned out there. According to military government officials and though some of the day's top news stories reported in the newspapers of Sunday may nineteenth nineteen forty. Six on your radio seventy four years ago the Great Gildersleeve which continues now on Classic Radio Theater. What your mother's sick. The parties called I to Lucky Leroy. I was counting on your birthday party. Little Hypocrites George. I can't let them get away with this Roy. Give me that telephone. What's ahead. Give me that telephone at this. Mr Jewish leave. I'm sorry to hear about your mother. May I speak to your father for a moment? Thank you about the party. Isn't it Harry jealously it's done in shame about Mrs Hammer Log. Touch a flu gladys not serious just to say it's too bad has birthday party. I was wondering if she couldn't come over and spend tomorrow afternoon. We'll leroy anyway. Let go my lake off. Leroy so disappointed about. Maybe we can have a little party just for the to let go my late and that would take off your hands while the mothers sick at the same time. A lot of fun. That'd be fine Harry. You take the rescue by now on the days to food. Great Gildersleeve will be back in just a matter. May Nineteenth Nineteen forty-six the Great Gildersleeve the conclusion in three minutes on this Tuesday edition of Classic Radio Theatre. Maybe you can relate to this. A lot of people think they're stuck with their health plan. It costs too much or for whatever reason they just don't like it but great news. You're not stuck with it. There is a choice. It's called Neta share and you could save so much. The typical savings for family is five hundred bucks a month major difference maker. This is the affordable alternative to health insurance. And just to give you a little more info about medishare. It's a Christian healthcare sharing ministry. It's worked beautifully for twenty. 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That's the power mole dot com the Power Mall Dot Com on our Wednesday edition of Classic Radio Theater Jimmy Stewart as the six shooter from May Twentieth Nineteen Fifty Four. The shooting of Wyatt King. No relation now. The conclusion of the Great Gildersleeve may nineteenth nineteen forty-six well. Gildersleeve appears to have got himself into something. Again he intended just to invite the daughter of his friend. Harry Hammer slog over to spend the afternoon with Leroy but he winds up at the last minute trying to make party out of it together. Steve One corner. Now thank me to put a wooden spoon eating it myself. Rise giving a little birthday party this afternoon. Neuron Birthday piney birthdays. We have a year. Leroy is giving the party for Ethel Hammer slog and it isn't a party exactly just leroy. Nfl I thought I'd try to Donald up a little bit and give them a good time. Say You haven't got any papers or anything like that. Have you know remarkable? Usually Dan a man came in here just last week salesman nine said doing well how fair but put me down for a dozen. That doesn't what snappers you know. A papers snappier with the motto. Funny Hat in the pull. It go bang just the thing. Let's see if you step over into this department and essentials. You're beginning to trickle through now on army. Three leaking snappers. I've seen since the war. You're not gonNa tell me these army surplus now. These represent week in Oregon Standard Pink looney customary roughly and on the they have the added feature that other Santa Claus sticker on their that counts for this increase in price increase and twenty. Ap used to be paying. You sell them for ten without the Santa Claus to get but I don't want to Santa Claus isn't even the season for Santa Claus guilty converging. Well I only need to. I guess forty cents while break me. You say they got something inside and yeah and mottos models ever saying insurance. Are they suitable for children? Imagine show you imagine some? Don't you know we haven't act? I don't want Ethel hamshaw going home with something that will make her mother refuse to speak to me. Wouldn't be you're not gonNA sell me a pig in a poke PD. You don't know what's inside. We'll open one up to leave everyone. Who Buys You snapper by picking Poke Fun areas in watching China Open? WanNa pay for it here. Grab the other end of this. And I'll pull it pool P. Peavy pool you in Michigan when these things go off to make me should young nervous. Give it to me only like an open. Thank you time camp can have that. This roses are red violets are blue. I love the girls and the girls love me. Wait a minute it doesn't right and you. What kind of a model was that? Peavy doesn't even Ryan. How can anybody it says here made in Japan so reconversion a PD? You know what I think Doorbell Leroy. That must be hurt. You'll go birdie now legal at that ain't no way this is your Cardi of you oughta go and greet you again. I know you're watching too. If he was here that daddy drive he just came out that. Go ahead. Leroy move for Korn sage girls. I suppose one of the White House. Hi Hi Welcome Ryan. I've got a new dress. Newport my birthday nothing. I've got a real army compass. Khurana coming this where you live. What are you saying? It's Ni- Church okay. Well what do you want to do anything you want to do? I'm not gonNA playhouse. Who wants to play okay? I saw your cleaning the blackboard yesterday from this stray she made me. I don't like it very much do you. Here's ladies sprayed Li I will be posted detain you after school. Now Austin each altogether how for little busy be improved. China your funding well. That's nothing in Jefferson Ole Hubble. Here's a lady. Hubble walking down the hall eighty Hover Obese. Somebody Else WanNa see me be awful more. Yeah Walk Hello good come over to happy birthday. Leroy Ethel Happy Birthday giggling about. Want you to play nicely with athlete here. Well How's your father? I had the pleasure of walking home with him the other night life side here about your mother being ill feeling a little better she now. Leroy. Why don't you show your books washing my book if you do? I've seen compound Leroy. That's no way guest. It's your duty to entertain her question of what you WanNa do what she wants to do. You WanNa do that. Ask Her nicely. I've gotta take these things out the burden. You just have fun. You hear me. Leroy well each year Oklahoma. He's always like to remind him he's okay. What should we do anything you'd like to do? I can stand on my hands. You can easy you WanNa see me. You might hurt yourself now. We got a tradeoff back. I can swing by my major brock off and land on my feet every time. Almost come. You're going. I told you I want you to play with now. Come back here. Hey remember this is a party. You're supposed to have a good time about a good game. Blind man's buff. What are you saying? Like man's buff is what you play at parties my voice. Would you like that Ethel today? You see what a polite little girl Leroy. Why can't you can't play blind man's buff with just can't well? I know about pin the tail on the donkey doorbell to pin the tail on. That'd be e you come in. She's all I have come at a bad time. GonNa Perfect Diabetes. But just having a little party here I thought well. I don't want to interrupt anything. I was just out for a walk and I thought Leroy one phone and I'll Miss Goodwin. Well THIS IS PARTY. Yes indeed got you know the delivered at all right. Go right ahead and play Children Leroy right now. You can see what is getting along with girls. What is it Leroy Leroy? I told you this is a party as he got the table. Set there and I think she's GonNa have a surprise for you. Oh doesn't it look festive snappers? And everything already then with us a long time. I remember Leroy. That'll go first lady. That's right one end of the table and Leroy Leroy what do we do? I have the ladies chair for. Don't we can call it out at Leroy is good for him safely. You're birthday to you. Happy Birthday with one to grow on or get fired every. Oh it's a lovely cake thirty. Yeah not bad thank you I have the frosting didn't I Birdie Ho? It's just just brought modern. Come on. Let's leave them. See snappers Kids GonNa snap your staffers? Just WanNa look at it for a while. Throckmorton the after the candles lot the cans and make a wish that stay in west this eve. Do we have to blow them up right now? You're supposed to blow them out for luck glowing. How'd you get? You wish you want me to say out of this. Gets to blow out our own candles. Throckmorton let them do their own way. Hide likely to blow them up for me. Lee is a good floor. Okay but not just yet. I just want to look a little longer. Look down a long enough at snappers. Actually the principal would like to see you. Please in her office. Oh let's go into my study. Then we have fun kids. Just don't burn down the house honestly Throckmorton. I'm surprised at you at times. You seem to be truly intelligent and then all of a sudden dumbbell once you ever. A boy throckmorton boy. What do mean. Well thank back to the time when you were. Leroy age trying to remember how you felt about girls then It I must've been a Lulu. I wish I'd known you or you wouldn't have liked me. I was different than I remember. There was a little girl a couple of doors up. The street name was Nancy. Rich data crushing. She must have. I guess he was always pestering me and I guess I played some pretty mean tricks. Are I remember one time eve? Father called me into his room and shut the door. That was always a bad sign and then he said well you know here hear to me. Speak UP SPEAK UP. You know why you're here Nossa. Saddam no stand up. Stand up straight unfounded. I'll have those slouching when I'm talking to you. He had a report from your mother off conduct regarding young lady. You know what I'm talking about me yes you I'm talking to you. Am I not addressing the wardrobe? I addressing the bed. No Sir very well. Mrs Rindge spoke the mother warning. That suggest anything to you. Oh yes I should like to hear the whole story from Your Own Lips by. May the whole story stop saying. Hey what's the matter with you? You GotTa Asthma. I don't know if other maybe I have. Maybe I should see a doctor. Maybe Dr Yeager could help me. They'll try to change as young man. Proceed with your story and omit no details. Nancy Rindge pesters me all the time you seen yesterday afternoon. She was hanging around with Ralph. And I were trying to play. Catch Ralph Rosie. Don't put the blame on Rough Morton. I'm sorry for others. Miasma anyhow she kept hanging around. We weren't paying any attention to her and then she started interfering with our game. In what way. Who's trying to run on a game of catch? He was trying to make squid playing so well. I chased her away. That's all there is to it. By Son I'm not to be fobbed off with along inconsequential story about a game of all. How did you chase the little girl away? I dumped a bucket on it but it wasn't fun young man. I am astonished Nepal on twitter. I can't believe it. Your mother and I have tried fit leader teach you. The highest obligation is defend. Defendant protect the members of the opposite? Sex you'll receive punishment Nathan Morton punishment father please. I won't do it again. One day. Remove Your Rock Morton. He and they'll be two extra for your asthma. He really gave it to me to eve. Track PARTON. How old were you when all that happened? But Leroy's age I guess Yes sir. That's days girls. Were just a big pain in the neck to me. You've gotten over it pretty well have to think. I think you're cured. Alright do you remember when it was you? I began to feel differently about two years later. Then we certainly can't worry about. Leroy you have to take let nature take its course. Martin at his age all we can hope for US civility. We can expect him to really liked girls. I've been a little hard on him. Well Ethel's birthday. I guess I could take it home now. Let Leroy have little fucking money on the go along for the ride. We went to the movies. The money let's you see I see is giving leroy advancing lesson but look at. He likes it. Close the door literally Leroy Boyle be Gildersleeve yet. Seventy four years ago today. Nineteen thousand nine hundred forty six. The Great Gildersleeve on Classic Radio Theatre Visit Our web page classic Radio Dot Stream and tell all your friends to greet review shows are back at this spot on the dial classic Radio Theater on your favorite station and the USA radio network. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network at live. Dot Heartland Newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. The top new service door newscasts from eighty twenty first twenty twenty. I'm Mike Clifford. President trump Wednesday threatened to halt federal funding to Michigan and Nevada over the distribution of absentee ballots. Those states amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. That has left more than ninety thousand. Americans dead that from AOL. Elp Both Michigan. And arcade suited potential swing states in November. A wall notes that trump's threat to halt the funding. She should hours after floods forced the evacuation of about ten thousand people in Central Michigan. He did not specify what kinds of federal aid he would stop or to decide a legal basis for the action. 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Org The USA radio network presents the greatest radio programs of all time. Ladies and gentlemen this story about to hear is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent. Dragnet this is classic Radio Theater Guy Communist late so everybody. Now here's your host. Why IT TALKS. We head back to nineteen forty. Six episode of the shadow starring Bret Morrison as it was originally broadcast may nineteenth nineteen forty-six this episode entitled the Touch Up Death Federal KNOWS. I'm number one once again. The Mutual Broadcasting System brings you the thrilling adventures of the shadow. The heart unrelentless fight of one man against the forces of evil. These dramatization designed to demonstrate forcibly to old and young alike. That crime does not pay and now a shadow. The shadow over the forces of law and order is in reality. Lamont Cranston wealthy on mad about Tom years ago. Hold the ORI. I'm Cranston learned a strange mysterious secret. The hypnotic power problems mind so they cannot see him. Cranston's friend and companion. Lovely Margot Lane is the only person who knows to whom the Voice of the invisible shadow belongs as draw touch up that were early afternoon on. Cranston and his villa role of the shadow has just broken another case in his apartment. It got some much needed rest. Get these clothes off thirty six hours without chain. Some people have to be criminals to get what they want. Philosophies figured out quick shower grant holded juice. We've been waiting patiently in your kitchen knives. Zeal the river and I must say given. Yeah I hope you'll forgive us for having your livestock for a long time. What do you want? I'm Lucius hooked. This is my sister-in-law Molly Hawk yes I see the name rings a bell in your memory. I shouldn't have tweeted that the electric chair just with ago. Bravo Mr Clemson. I was very fond. You'll brother was a murderer Mr Hall. Nobody would have known about my husband. If it hasn't been too you shadow molly gun away. Should I Peter Day of the way I told you know violence? I don't like the sight of blood light to live him for the Shannon Volley was I say no. Don't come near me. I who much to emotional at the wrong time. I'll put the gun. Hell better remember to take good care of us the CRANSTON. We need him. What do you want the shadow know? You'll being clinic. I didn't laugh when I heard of my brother's death in the electric chair. I could've stopped it if I'd been here Mr Cranston but I've spent nearly all the last ten years in the jungle of the Amazon and it wasn't until I return yesterday that I heard about my brother. It was quite a shock. Other shadow tells me the last time I saw him just before if it hadn't NPR meddling clan smiling. You're wasting time shadows invisible. No one can find. I wonder you think I can do with the underworld failed to do and years. I'm going to make your responsibility. Mexican. I'll listen to the Hawk signs without your detective work. The shadow might never been given the lead to my brother. What did you expect me to do? Let a professional killer go on killing Renton. Would you like to die now? Molly likes to handle that gun. No I'm afraid you don't understand. Look at these beautiful notice. The delicate shading of the pebbles great whole family do I thing they riveted died. Partly I hate to kill beautiful miss the CRANSTON probably. Here's something must have been under the bed until now look at him. Set me leaving alone or I'm going to do with Kim. There Talk Joel My. I've done it again. List of CRANSTON. I touched him. And Tommy is Daschle. You're angry aren't you? You'd like to choke the life out of the but you won't. Molly is very emotional as you might pull the pig or have. I convinced you that I have the touch of death here. Yes I'm glad you didn't force me to touch you because I need you alive. Remember your assignment. I want the shadow and I give you twelve hours to find him get. How can out tease Mr Cranston? Put them on the table. O'malley our friend is very stubborn. Go behind them and take them out of his pocket you. I have to get that close twins in mind. The gun is not go off well because them into my hand. Thank you precaution Mr Cranston. I don't to be followed your keys in the lock on the other side of the door. How do you can depend shadow? If you can't get out get out my dear. The telephone is working by. Must've Cranston the shadow in twelve hours or the touch of death is a chance to use your skill as a detective to save. Your Life Montana he must know your the shadowy wouldn't have come here to to find those Lago. Why didn't Nikiel didn't been very simple? Bali had a gun on me and lucious touch again. I don't know what he has. I saw him touch those flowers. Then Tommy and Kesselman killing innocent Hamas little kitten dotting. You must have started something I do plenty of I find him way to find. You can't just sit here and wait twelve geno zoning for me a long time to get you on the phone. Chessington Well Theater Day with Western U. And I found him away. You know all do it. Why can't Mago wasted? I think as you did the hawks game tonight because he felt that I was the shadow. talking one this is the CRANSTON initiative. Oh castile glad you called. I think for the night as good. I what's out of the is broken out all over the city. Moody's yeah thanks for Calling Cranston my best Mark Commissioner. I oh hello of movers talking about going to headquarters to see west and I want to know more about those movies. I mean what is not at all after me. I love when he was afraid of dead reptiles completely but still useful piece of paper and his mouth. Well I can think of Nicer Away. So the method is even the caught. So not working lose hooks. Nothing can resist such a bit my friend not even venomous surfin like Mr Cranston. Hunting emergency is a monster with a plan and he thinks he's using the strategy of terror on the ice their eyes on the road island and on that car ahead setting cranston live. Tell you she's not going to find the shadow is he's not even trough house a certain you know why. Because he's not afraid of he will be when he knows as much about me as you do if I didn't have a gun earnings and he killed his chicken for like would have been a pity. I should have pushed you to kill him. Molly would you please understand? Mr Cranston must be kept alive until I'm ready to make my own disposition and it's your duty. See that he is not to do anything foolish. When my back is turned blue comet pizza before he didn't he was my husband. He was my brother now. Doing I say you play chess. Molly should learn but see the value of planning ahead. Look where Mr. Cranston stopped his car but had called it is. My strategy is beginning to work as the CRANSTON will lead me to the shadow in spite of himself Bird nobody's going online putting every man on twenty four. Our duty goes right away. I want that maniac up today. What Video Michelin Cranston? You and miss. Elaine picked a bad time because social call. I'm up to my ears. Oh Commissioner Ho Lawless. A small mind goal maniac. Right Jackson broke out of the institution yesterday. Murders in the last two hours in the same pattern a US six years ago before the Chatham caught him for us. You mean girls Blonde beautiful hand all under twenty five if I only get my hands on the shadow. While the saw him Roy Jackson the coming of every homicide ALMANAC. And I've got to stop these killings. Call those girls killed. I said Roy Jacks Cranston that can mean only one thing. They were singled out those girls at the most Cranston. Sometimes you ask. I'd like to see them your mind. No I don't mind. Don't stick your two cents. I don't want any amateurs entering this case. I'll bear that in mind Commissioner Valley Goodbye Commissioner. Sometimes that's so much nicer than saying. Hello Hey what a mood. He doesn't mean I'm he sees seizes. It'd be apologizing all over the place. They gladly going on sterling. No I WANNA see. If there's any evidence on those goes. It might have been concealed by strangling some elderly. This where those girls killed by Jackson or someone else I'm common I'm trying to do. Wake the dead alone the Gab. Oh Mention Cranston command your man this lady with. I'm leaving rhythm all Miss Lane. I didn't recognize behind them. Green blinkers okay. I take him off. What can I show you the day? Those three girls was strangled over this way. Commissioner share making a bus over them gals CRANSTON Bennett places. They got bring in checking. Rechecking Lakers some mystery. He wanted to make sure that second panic. Gummy says Roy Jackson Don then he walks out of here Matara. Excuse Lemus blame. I got able thoughts. Here's the first modern. I'm is checking and here number three. I don't know what you're looking for Japan but then GonNa find the maybe I will have garnered says they got strangler. That's lane a facial verdict lane. You're crying doesn't conceal fear. He is so off. Only a mania could have been through our commissioner Western says Bedsheet. Ghost that him coming back for another look at while remind nothing so far. Everything going to Jackson his pattern rope around the neck for behind victim doesn't have a chance. Shall we go estimate of what are the congressional super in my hunch? I hope that hunt his long guy which is better awesome Muslim physical in the car on the whole to retain to have as may have been another warning. 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Down Gorge there. But who captured Roy Zach? My boy got him flat on his back. To Sleep on barn. I use satisfied that he singled those on you. Grantham Jackson Tonight'd don't why didn't deny the mood. He committed six years ago once that with now. Break the pattern grabs. You ought to read a book on criminology. I have concerns on page one. It says don't believe everything you see how you leading into the subject McAfee again. I'm in IT Commission. Now Lock you kids on not during the time up for the night the coroner says Matab had a heart attack. I've makes it official couldn't have been wrong. No he cut. He checked that four old guy from head to foot wasn't a mark on him to prove your suspicion of commissioning. I told you look. I've got an insurance policy on his life. Only a month ago it was examined by a doctor and found the okay. What does that feel? A lot of things can change in them. I lot CRANSTON. It's getting late them. I've got a big Dad. I Don huff murder for the time being God. I can hide man to convince me is. Why didn't you tell them about Lucy's Hoffy? Couldn't I don't know enough about him? I said he killed not only mcnabb dialing. I'm sure he killed those girls fighting. He wants to shadow. Mago he'll keith. Killings guest. The shadow excuse. I know where my friend have. You good news off not yet. Oh what a pity. Time is nearly up. You know movies hard time but I you twelve dollars. I'm sorry I'm not a miracle man How we misjudge people. But have you at least Li i. I don't know might have what you like to tell me about it. I will come to my apartment. Nine seventy to drive and come alone. They will be there and have enough ugly the break. I've been waiting for them onto not going alone. Of course if he as suspect that. You're the shadow. Dolly won't kill me. I'M GOING RADIO. Almog outside of Taught Me. I'd recommend because you can't get it up all right and I hope you know what you're doing own coming media thank you molly. Did you say you WanNa Cross you? I didn't say but milk of course law. Oh no wait. Don't hurry I can do that myself later. I don't mind molly. It's too bad that I won't be here to greet Mr Cranston high. You're going away. Yes I'm us but you'll say we'll of course you will lose. What are you doing? I'm going to kill you mind. Yeah I can't tell you how sorry I am. But it's part of my plan was if proof of the touch of death should convince this the Cranston that I mean business. Don't live the way money. There's no pain in this guy. Who Does it comes to all of us? Sooner or later you must come now. You've face to go on my leader in class by my idea but molly mind in a blueprint. You're not gonNA open it. I Will Kinda. Please don't go what's the matter. Can't you see it's a trap deer? He didn't answer the Budget Fedora. I'm not for you to open. Any waiting Medicaid looked. You've been waiting to discuss all. She's pressure death. Maybe no mark. I wouldn't thousands line molly if it's is on brothers why. I don't know but I've got the front with a minute. Look at this arrest attorney mark. I don't increase and having looked like a mark especially now but I see something as well. I note on a typewriter on the cable messages. Doesn't they say it says one by one the evidence my neck's Cranston show isn't in your apartment before May Nineteenth Nineteen forty-six the shadow of the conclusion in four minutes on Classic Radio Theater. On your favorite station. We encourage you to participate in the GIFT CARD. Challenge these days. We all probably know of a local business. That is struggling to adapt to the current realities. Here's a small way that you can help amounting the gift card challenge if you're able think of your favorite local business and then by. Gift Card today buy it online or pledged to buy one as soon as you can. 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It's true but there's a big if you must do everything possible now to help yourself and your family. Nobody else will help you. Listen because this is important. A complete first aid kit handy. Keep a close container of drinking water and your refrigerator enough a three days show. You have a good fire extinguisher. Take a look around your house right now and pick out the safest spot away from windows and doors make sure that every member of your family understands. He is rushed to that same spot. When there's danger convinced that these precautions necessary right now and I hope I can convince you. They're important he of family yourself and your community and you're listening to classic Radio Theater on your favorite stations. The conclusion of the shadow may nineteenth nineteen forty-six the touch of Death Nestle Cranston. The shadow isn't in your apartment before Anthony. Life not find out. What are you going to do nothing? Shadows not going to keep Lucius waiting. well. I S Shadow thank you a compliment from one so high. You can't keep those hands from yeah. She's not as sentimental as I am shadow. You'll impress me. I guess you'll all my sister-in-law and Mr Cranston said you are invisible. I didn't quite believe it. You know being secluded in the jungle of the Amazon for ten years one loses touch with modern science death. Listen this is a native death. Chat that I've written into a symphony Was No other way to meet you. Your sister in law Then Mr Cranston is tells you everything shadow doesn't have to be told and Mr Cranston. Where does one begin? And the other end I one. I can tell you what your will be near assumption. Sit Down my friend make yourself visible. We can talk more play. Apps even reaching understanding shadow doesn't sit with us. Well then perhaps Cranston will sit down with me clemson juicy. I know who you are. I suspected from the beginning but I needed to prove convince myself loving lose his. Am I look at the marks that your shoes are leaving on the rug the steps you leave the Marc Lamont Cranston my nothing now all calculus shadowing another terrorist? I thought you might be outsmarted you iphone the month. Cranston come to my apartment and then I killed molly. That was a track that I had set for you. And you walked right into it into the paraffin that I had smeared around Bali's body and now the shadow has brought it here. So what am I to think? Well what about it but I just sensible question your power to make yourself visible my power killer with a touch. Combine them and we can have anything we want as as equal partners of course on. I want more greedy. Aren't you very well how much I want everything you serious? I've talked with murderers. I have no sense of humor. Who's got on that phone? Call the police. Tell them everything you say today but if I should also tell them who the shadow is every newspaper in the city were carry the story. What are you supposed underworld? We'll do the Lamont Cranston then chances with the underwear just a phone well. I'm afraid you'll give me no alternative. I'll have to kill. Don't try to get away. I know exactly where you are. You're shoeprints held me behind the table where you're just behind the table. I must be. I'll find you find you like when I do my arm my arm. Oh right here behind you holding. I don't kill me I and let me go since you know that could be wiped off. Didn't think of that. I know please. I won't tell you. Let me call on her style. Rip Off this now. I've got your touch of dazzle. You almost broke my arm. Genius to find the club that fits over the hand and looks exactly like a human hand underneath nail fine needle with poison island case against you was completely his own no shadow because I still have the club not now last victim of such a bit stupid. You didn't think of your own death before you'll kill out as a Dali steady get home. Get some of that sleep as long. You're firm minute. I'm still nervous about. How close candidate reveal? You know that your life wouldn't have been with are Pincushions Closes Cola shadow of and had done Harvard decline of cab. Data of hotcakes poison Margaret. There's some poisons that are so deadly and so is their presence in the blood can be detected natives the Amazon jungles produce such poise. All I. I'm glad you have fighting dotting. I'm so sleepy. That you in the street all almost invisible Blue Shadow program is based on a story copyrighted by street and Smith publications that character's names places Bader fictitious any similarity to persons. Living or dead is purely coincidental again. Next week let's shadow of demonstrate. That crime does not a Next week same time same station. Mutual Don Lee will bring you another strange and pulling adventure in. The shadow was daring battle against the forces of evil shortlisted. 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Imagine that for the one thousand nine hundred forty s about someone who was sneezing for twenty one days. Can You imagine that Long Huh? A ten year old girl sneezes for twenty one days an Indian game leads to an Indian massacre history proves that it does repeat itself yes brands this Lindsay macari back once more for another session of. Can you imagine that my cards and I have dug up a lot of interesting items. For Your Amusement and amazement you know written down by historians quoted by almost everyone at one time or another is a heck maiden phrase. History repeats itself about hacking. Does it is try though. It may seem at never loses its through through usage many are the examples of its proof but one of the most dramatic and startling parallels of history approve is saying. I discovered in two sets of newspapers published three hundred years apart. One set of newspapers were the first to be printed in the English language outside of England and republished in Amsterdam Holland beginning in the year. Sixteen twenty the other set of news items came from dispatches emanating from the same part of Europe as the first but three hundred years later now to begin listen to this modern dispatch of October eighteen. Nine thousand nine hundred eighteen known that we the people of checkable. He Mia have proclaimed a republic to be known as Czechoslovakia on this day and in July. Nineteen twenty at the conference of Ambassadors. It is by agreed that the borders of the Republic of Jacuzzi Slovak Lia or confirmed by the decision at this conference of ambassadors. That was in one thousand nine eighteen. Nineteen twenty now. Go back three hundred years to the year. Sixteen twenty on November four and prod Brahimi A- visting takes place in the name of the Almighty and whom we place our trust. County Frederick King of Bohemia in Diane have been placed the protection of Boogie me against all invaders against those who would destroy the state. God it well King. Rhetoric did history repeat itself and sixteen. Twenty when Frederick was crowned King of Bahia and Nineteen Twenty when the Republic of Czechoslovakia was confirmed by treaty but born in trouble torn with wars. That nation has been tossed to and fro on the deep and rough waters of international diplomacy. Emperor Ferdinand of Austria in an alliance with certain other princes made war on Bohemia a dispatch from Amsterdam paper of the year. Sixteen twenty one st theft. The English ambassador who has been at the assembly of Regensburg has been told that whatever agreement could be arrived at had been hindered by the soldiers in Bohemia the troops continue to fight with the soldiers of Yager and doffs in Solutia that was in sixteen twenty one. Now listen to history repeat itself again. This dispatch that reached the press of the world on September fourteen. Nineteen Thirty Eight Open. Fighting broke out today in the Sedate Narrative. Czechoslovakia near Eager. Two thousand sedate armed with machine guns rifles and pistols battled hundreds of tech group beliefs. And still more along the amazing parallel of history from the Amsterdam paper of sixteen twenty. The enemy has captured. Some of King. Frederick's cannon together with ammunition bossing the king to retire back into Prague the time again changes but the locale remains the same Bohemia or Czechoslovakia the date. September thirteen nine hundred thirty eight pledge to the newspapers of the world was this announcement grim. Manson PENDING THREAT OF WAR TERRIFYING. And it's simple. Finality Dispatch Special Bullets. Prague Czechoslovakia September. The Eighteenth Nineteen thirty eight. The TECH GOVERNMENTS TODAY REJECTED DAYTON GERMAN ULTIMATUM. Which was to have expired at one? Am The ultimatum briefly. Was this that the Czech government withdraw declaration of martial law and remove all as from this date narrate. The tech government flatly refused to bow to the demands. War is imminent while street. Fighting still goes on in the Dayton area determined to fight off the attack threatening independence. Czechoslovakia why the head with war plans strengthening fortifications mobilizing troops. Now move back in time. Once more. Suddenly Sixteen twenty-three crushing defeats were overwhelmed. The Bahamian nation and in the month of June sixteen twenty three and the city of Sedan. Some once King Frederick Brainier. Now A man. Without a nation. He writes a letter to his wife. The end come. I shall go to hug. Perhaps there to plead again all my life. I've would that we possess for the little corner of the Earth where we could rest together in peace. The wrote Frederick King of Obama in sixteen twenty three and once more history repeats itself. Listen to the parallel the time October. Five nineteen thirty eight another man another century but the situation. Listen I ed would vanish resigned my position as president of Czechoslovakia. Because I feel by doing so I shall remove an obstacle to the new conditions which now confront the state and the finale back again on the seventeenth century. The trample soldiers heckled through the streets of Bohemia General Tilles men victorious taking Bohemian. The name of their master the Emperor of Austria back to the twentieth century to October. Six thousand nine hundred eighty eight the same country. Only the time is different marching into Bahia Czechoslovakia our troops dictator. Hitler's jubilant fighting for the Pamper their boots echoes and re echoes through. The streets. Wants March the men of general. Kelly Frederik Ferdinand. Yes yesterday does ricky and all this sounds like a hay fever convention and if it is the sufferers can sympathize little ten year old Bertha Turner of Crossville Tennessee. Why well a news item? We dug up birth. I have started sneezing and for twenty one days. Just think twenty one days had kept it up. Her family told the doctor that when the sneezing occurred breathlessness as many as two hundred times in succession. Can you imagine that but fortunately at last reports she was recovering. Did you know that one of the oldest games on the North American continent enabled an Indian chief? Do Bring up one of the bloodiest massacres in Canadian history. Yes what started out. As a game ended up. In a massacre of almost every English soldier in Fort Mitchell mcnutt in seventeen sixty three. You kinda became a British possession and the Indian chief Pontiac who hated the English resented but he's followed his bride apparently and invited the English to witness a game of bag away or as we know the game today Lacrosse. The commandant of the Fort Wisely declined fearing trap of his men got too far away from the park but later in his quarters. Pontiac is back so I show him in that it goes. Now what do you suppose these up to he comes? We find out further is in your heart to think. Pontiac speak with double hung that he plans evil while holding up handle friendship. You THOUGHT PONTIAC. Braves was attack English soldiers while they are out of Fort. That is not true so funny has commanded his braves to play in front of where you can walk without leaving full. I say that's great I'm sorry Sir Great Pontiac. We accent may my heartbeat black and for thinking evil true to his word. Pontiac brought his braves to play the game of Beckett away in the common down saw to it that the lines of play were not posted to near the fort then in the middle of the game those Indians really favor all their worth. Just look at the love. Each other they have been known to kill each other in the game Beckett away assume that moving year to the floor I have nothing to worry about those two medicine men mocking the goals have been on the move on. That often happens you now. I know I suppose. There's nothing to worry about. Nov said we may take advantage of old pontiacs. Just your decent enjoy the game. Wait what's going on all the minute into the what this is. A close Indians are reaching Proton hopes. They wouldn't do that if they were just playing a game. The game has given them the judge to get close to the ball. You're right sir. It wasn't trap. It's too late to get back to the the middle and it was a trap under cover of a game of Lacrosse. The Ottawa Indians around English soldiers poured into the fort on Tomahawk every Englishman sight. Thus what started out as the game ended up as bloody well comes now the time for another oddity in musical rather we should say similarity in browsing around the world of music. We've picked up quite a lot of interesting facts and here's why you play detective with first. We're going to let you. Listen to be honest. Play a bit of Russell offspring now. Listen did you catch any resemblance to a popular number of years back. Well rather than have curiosity got the better deal. Play the popular number volume. It's sweet little. You Well now wants more. It's time to take our leave as we turn you over to the care of your own answer as intimate garrisoning Joel. Goodbye now as it was originally broadcast back in nineteen forty mostly on the west coast of the United States it originated as I recall from. Kfi in Los Angeles. Can you imagine that on Classic Radio Theater and we hope you can imagine finding us on our website? Classic Radio Dot Stream. That's classic Radio Dot Stream. I promise no sneezing there. No allergens at our website. There you'll find classic Radio Theatre podcast you'll also by classic Radio Theatre Collecting Information and you can also contact me. Their Classic Radio Dot Stream and our podcasts are available anywhere fine. Podcasts are served. 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A wall notes that trump's threat to halt the funding. We should hours after floods. Foresee evacuation of ten thousand people in Central Michigan. He did not specify what kinds of federal aid he would stop or did he. A legal basis for the action meantime word that Ohio groups trying to put ballot measures before voters in November will not have to go door to door looking for support. Federal judge ruled this week. That because of the covid nineteen pandemic the state must allow petition to be gathered electronically ambushed collection deadline back to July thirty. First Tony Web with Ohioans for secure and fair elections which is pursuing package of voting changes. She says the risk of spreading corona virus has hampered the campaign's efforts that would create a health risk to the signature collectors and to the potential signers the only way that we could really show the amount of grassroots support we needed to get access to the ballot would be to go online where folks are right now and give them the opportunity to find petition. The traffic methods however Secretary of State Frank. Larose plans to appeal the decision. A spokeswoman told reporters the petition requirements sent in the Ohio Constitution and decisions on changing on belong to the General Assembly in the people. Mary Sherman reporting. This story was produced in association with media and the public interest and funded in part by George Gun Foundation and you may equate religious activism with heavy topics like abortion but various church leaders of. Wisconsin are now Congress to take more action for those affected by the pandemic. Here's White Moen. Some of the stimulus money set aside by federal law makers has gone to churches impacted by the downturn in Wisconsin. There's been a push by some faith leaders. Congress to ensure that any more stimulus funding not necessarily go to churches. But for people still to get by the Reverend Carry Parker the Wisconsin Council of Churches says. It's not about stoking political tension but rather seeking indications change. It's not quite as visible as these. These major efforts that you see in other places But nevertheless were there all the time trying to work for change that will benefit the most vulnerable people among us grew. Parker leaves includes more than thirty member churches from various denominations across the state. The Council says Congress should authorize more stimulus funding. That can help stay governments. Avoid Steve Budget cuts while helping vulnerable residents? Deal with key expenses. This is pianist as the nation shifts from pause to go. The Guardian reports forecasts from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of business model predicts covid nineteen cases will reach five point four million and a death hole in the. Us could be two hundred ninety thousand by July. The twenty fourth that if states fully reopened without any social distancing measures in comparison the model predicts nearly two hundred thirty thousand desk by the same date till I twenty fourth if states reopened but individuals do maintain their social distancing efforts while cases of corona virus. Going down in Washington State are title reports. Racial disparities increasingly are being laid bare. According to The Washington State Department of Health White people are sixty eight percent of the state's population but make up forty three percent of cases. Meanwhile thirteen percent of the state is Hispanic but they represent thirty six percent of cases. African Americans are four percent of the population but seven percent of cases. 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The Texas Industry has struggled in recent years because of overfishing hurricanes and floods but a new program could be a boon for consumers and the Gulf economy the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission will vote today to adopt rules that govern how people are allowed to grow auditors in cages in State Waters Lance Robinson heads the agencies coastal Fisheries Division and says. Many states have practiced oyster MIRA culture for decades. He says he believes both consumers and the Texas economy will benefit. It creates another avenue for individuals who want to be in a commercial seafood industry. Another way to produce that seafood product. That really is destined for a very unique market. A high demand high dollar market. I'm rise Brown. Texas was last remaining Gulf of Mexico. State did not allow Oyster Miracle -Ture until twenty nineteen. This is Mike Clifford for public. Do Service where member listener supported and online at Public News Service Stagno Orgy. 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It's good piece of history you know. The united nations has started. And here you got a a soldier. That little puffs of smoke i remember. We did a cream summit in two thousand one three weeks after nine eleven and there was a it. Was bob levy from a kato. He comes in and he says you know or maybe it was another gentleman but anyway the point that he was making is that. When you're a bomber pilot you don't see the little baby body parts smeared all over the walls from a wedding of whatever the heck you know. All you see is little puffs of smoke. What happens when some people that have a conscience and see what happens. You know little puffs of smoke. You get your flying a reaper. Drone you know sending hellfire missiles into weddings of whatever sitting in your container ship. You know thing in brecon nevada and then got. Ptsd why because you got a conscience your human being. You're not a sociopathic psychopathic scumbag with no empathy. And just little puff of smoke hell. You're happy that you're blowing. Low baby body parts all over the place but some people have some humanity. Well this was a gentleman that did and when they started doing. The united nations were united to what how about the defend the rights of individuals. If you kept saying the whole time we were worn on somebody. It's for these people the save the people you know against some people for people people and then and then what are you going to do. So he was instrumental in getting the declaration of human rights. But i have no desire to go through another process of now. I'm a world citizen now. I'm not the world's gonna tell me what to do. The world's gonna make sure i'm vaccinated the world's gonna tell me what i'm going to do as a profession how i get educated now much money. They're gonna take me tax. You know. I don't need another tax world citizen. So let's go ahead and defined before we get too far along here. This is a great story. it's leading into what activity. When does it. You wanna do arthur. Well this is kind of incredible guy he did. He realized he realized that they said you know. It's the right of people institute government. He said well since you know once he gave once he gained his interrupted view annotate and not gave that incredible speech or days later. Eleanor roosevelt wrote a. My column went all across the country. And she said the un redden said it's not a government that set up the place for nation to let off steam. The you know. She's dead of gary and and and his Other people were working with him and everybody. If they want to institute a world government of the people do it. why don't they just go ahead and do it. She said how much better would be. Mr davis was started worldwide. Your quote lives. How much better would be mr davis to start a worldwide international with of government. And anyway that people can join them in that so she turned it on a over to us the people that you really talking to me. She was talking to all of us us. The people and his task was was exactly what you said. How do we create the government government text our rights our rights to our individual rights as at a right to say planet a clean environment a planet. That's going to continue and not blow itself up. How do we protect those rights without having government over us that tells us what to do and orders around and what gary came up with was an idea for a system of governance that would actually protect all our diversity and our individual rights. Our right to do to do what we want your ears. I wanna hear how that works out that work. Yeah we you just can't go away interfering with other people's rights and destroying the very planet we all live on. We've got away to carry on so what he did And he had an incredible story went on from there. You know more of the action and drama too but the but the but the side of it. That was that that he worked on. He indeed workers in bucky fuller a disciple of scifo them and they developed this system of governance. That as synergy i point he folded. He called it. A sin peg ready synergy with integrity. And that is that you know it. Imagine though he oh he about a lot of the stuff before the internet. When the internet came along he was thrilled. He dive in two thousand fifteen but he got to see the internet and he got very involved with all this and what he devised was you know. Okay you've seen however all over the place rather than people have resumed conferences. Or what have you have this friends and you had kind of a little bashed were from the side. And and these conferences these synergy sessions. You were coming up with solutions for the problems of the planet and other people. Were doing that similar. Kind of zoom conferences. All over and and in these conferences the more diverse you where the more you had people opposite sides of political issues you had republicans and democrats who had Arabs in his rallies. You had you know whatever the conflicts around the world people from opposite sides and you had kind of tool kit that kinda helps you go through a process. Now if you get people together you know and you say who's right who's wrong. I mean you're bashing each other. they had. You're not going to get anywhere but if you get people together you say okay. You know i tell from a little bit about this story gets to know you second whereas it you really want and care for your life wh what are you. What do you really want out of life to be in charge. We find you give data when people really what they want a they want to be state. They wanna have adequate. Food blows their feet. They want future for their kids. You know you start finding common ground and you you know all this power. Yes the power they want. Power will gary says is you know. Do we really want power to kill. Destroy other blowing showed up or do we want the power to get what we get what we want out of life the power to to do and actually if you think about it. Most people want power to do. Good people feel you live so much longer. What did you do stuff that surge others when you help others you all the statistics show. You know you get more out of life if you actually joined it organization like ordering. It's helping people in communities around the world. Or why do people do all this giving. Because there's a there's a lot innate desire people actually help each other once they get across and separated from this boundaries of state that come out of the vision and not getting to know each other k. Weird take that that that us them thing comes from inheriting people or is it governments and associated paths. That are you know the gravitate towards that kind of control. Because i'm not were created another collected that's going to be in charge me and the bad guys are going to bring your effort. Yeah absolutely and here's some millions and here's some money am we're going make them do and we're going to do it this way. And this and i'm going to be in charge because the sooner we call it steiger's laws as soon as you create an organization. You know a institution around a cause or a movement. Sooner or later the organization becomes more important than the reason you created it every single time. Well gary why do what is it do was something that is so people. Power base in so much Let me go back to the basis of what happened. We created what we have is a win lose democracy. That is fifty one percents. When you win all the other people lose Trying to reach Your trial like one person cinema distancing eighty you're back in seventeen seventy six Robert mugabe was a great little tool of people invented. Where you know instead of just having your crazy beating going nowhere you kind of order. But it was mortared. That brought Now it went viral back that all the world people adopted this and it it had a system for for making things work but it was a system. That was now is very archaic. You can go much better than that now. What happened to scare seventeen. Seventy six yeah. It was great advanced to send people by horse and buggy off the philadelphia city. They would represent you but now we all need the goal in the same room. The global room to send of for dennis. And we don't have to it. We're not sending off to representatives. Then we don't have to. Have you know a majority will. We can have something that's even better synergy of what is it that everyone wants like say you think question. Okay you know the we want Clean air for the planet. Do we want to the clean air act and says you know people can do what they want but they can't have all their their balloon can't bill kelley got people all over the world you know you've got planet dog. Well you might find that everybody would like to have is. You're trying to clean up. I roy moore we come back going into the break arthur. We'll be right back. I would ask some questions around. Find out where this is what we can do to help. Are you feeling confused about the current economic reports that dominate the headlines. Not sure of this is a good time to buy or sell your home or feel like the process can be overwhelming and confusing. This is donna. Hancock was silver alliance realty in phoenix arizona. 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What if every individual had a par- participation you know how they're governed or what if they don't want to be governed they just want to be left alone are are you. Leave me alone is. We'll find out. So i have three questions. I've already prepped. Them and i got an audience. Knows is nobody whenever he's got a new plan. I'm gonna i. I got three questions one. What do i have to do. What am i prevented from doing. And three watcher conflict resolution. So let's start with the first one all right arthur. You got what you wanted. It's all set up. And i got my boat and tablet. I've used them in. Or i don't wanna be in what you know. So what do i have to do to be in this mindset and what you're trying to create right so first of all you don't have to do anything you can do what she wanted your life but there's an app that is on your phone dairy paul smart guy other befall whatever and then if you want you want to have some impact you wanna have a. You've gotta click near you and somebody's booted losing slowing down it and you want to have some impact. I want to do something about this. As your smartphone app you signed in as a being a world citizen of the world and You and that doesn't mean you give up your local busy. Keep your local stage your city your community or whatever group you are what you add the top level and and and you say okay look i wanted to do something about Cleaning up this week well when you get to this app you find out okay. Here's a way to you. Here's a way to work with other people who wanna do that but when you get into. The interaction is can have the people who wanted up stuff in the in the river to. They're going to be in this boom coffers review and there's going to be this kind of protocol conflict resolution that that helps you come to a resolution so each person can well they can say their cases but then they have to tell a little bit about themselves. What moves them to want to do this. They have to talk about what they want for their kids and their life they and you start coming to two resolutions in this tool the whole purposes tool. It's like an advance of the tool that was created when the when roberts went viral and went over all governments all the world. now use it parliaments meeting clubs schools shirts all use that tool well. This'll become a new tool wall. That's even more effective because instead of a win lewis tool. We're happy people lose a tool where you come. The synergies synergies a step beyond compromise. Step beyond even consensus. It's like we came all came to the room own opinion but out of this kind of a formula of a discussion interaction. We come up with something better than with any of us came into the room. Okay no details conflict resolution but you know my first question was what do i have to do. I have to participate. No you don't have to. It's just like there's over a billion people in facebook. why. But i'm going to comply with whatever the majority to there. Some bangladesh group neighborhood wants to do get rallying cry of whatever and i'm a farmer in southern oregon and all of a sudden i'm getting taxed to do what they want or i have to. You know i'm wondering what my you know. Required participation is a form of a task. Do i get my world pass happens. It's like an app on your phone phones. Like a billion people face but not because they have to be because they want to feel that help them interact with iraq in one way to have some coyote or army to do something i mean. Where's the limit. Facebook go to facebook or they just wanna be able to talk each other but everybody wants to have howard low cowardice. Solve problems others if they want that kind of of power. Are they going to smart. Go that and they are finding. It helps resolve problems right there in your community in their school and wherever else and come up with solutions solution out of conclusion and and and then it kind of besides over unity. iraq's up above a certain rules. Once you join our that you can have all the freedom you want. But you can't interfere with the rights of other again if you're with people's individual rights and you can interfere with our collective rights to have a planet it keeps going have cleared. Our store next is what can't i do. You know so it goes in and you have this opinion and we want to support this Enforcement of whatever it is well. What can't i do my participating. You're not allowed to violate another's rights and who gets defined what those are right to. What now clean water air. I mean you you you to define. There's a lot. I feel a lot of definition going on here. Okay so what can i do. I join your thing and you can't what you put your finger on. You can't deny the rights of others the rights of others the individual personal liberty and the rights in new york to a third to the the day imbibe. and what's the most important fundamental right right to life liberty and property. You get to a of happiness will. You can't do those things that we if we destroyed the plan that puts you right there in certain category. If i have my right the property my property rights protected. I guess great reset thing is done then right well the thing about it is that you don't have the right to like okay. That's where all decisions come in happens. Not because i mean. I don't answer that derrida. Step us out. The school like people the tool of robert water. They didn't sigh what people are. Vote on whether to care about how they're going to vegas pay the tool well. This has been more school that brings synergy. That helps us now. Have the internet be able to connect across the planet all the image global road. So we you take. What are the common standards. The first question. What are the common standard that we want everybody. Well maybe we pass global clean air act after senior or maybe we pass global You know you. You can't destroy the a the ocean or maybe all the that maybe you pass a global you come through a global consensus on laws. And then they'll keep us know. Become how you enforce worse than than i can tell you that it'd be like but it's not gonna be guns and bombs that it's not going to be going in and it's gonna be something more powerful than that But you want to move onto that you were about how we come to this. Go to the conflict resolution part. Now i'm i'm sorry. Whatever jurisdiction net claim of the entire unanimous. Vote of the entire planet says. I have to something. I don't wanna do it so now. The conflict resolution. We're i go to address. My dad grievance so. I've signed up. I signed up for. I decided that. I liked the pirates. Signed up voluntarily joined this. Nobody's making it. But i joined it. I've become world citizen and And i because. I wanted my rights protected when people were. We're going to me. But now still i i wanna i wanna be able to that. You know this tribe. This year but i really helped my arm like it. I wanna take the property whether i wanted to expand my farm. Okay so then be. People say whoa. Whoa whoa you can't take property. That's a violation mara right. Let's put this into the conflict resolution and into the process so if this interaction and now first of all i mean this thing i'm i'm talking to the people who who i'm gonna be wind to take their their landover. They're talking about you know. This is their ancestral home. Owner came from. I'm hearing their story. And and they were receiving solutions. The whole thing is set around not whose writings wrong. I mean look. They're argued till the cows come home. That i have all my cows on land wherever it is but You know we're we're we're trying to with with this solution thing and we get to know each other. Human beings is what you call it. Your big advocate of love. Well you know once people get to interact actually does happen. There's a couple of credibility show. I agree with you wanna run out of time here. I agree with you that the vast majority of humanity or good. I really do believe that we'd be extinct by now. But there are enough sociopathic psychopathic. Brecon have empathy for people. And they'll do any and everything to get in positions of power and when you create more positions of power you get more avenues for them to get job and get a job dear friends and control pool. Everybody and i give you like bill gates. Oh my god you know we're going to you know vaccinated freakin tagged and bag and everything but thing this because blended your for the best. Take love arthur. Coming up a heartbreak here on hold on a second. Look talk to you by. Tell you neil patel. Launched from free talk live the idea that politicians are leaders. Check your premises on that one. Cutting proof really. Would you really follow barack obama or george bush. Would you really follow their every command. Would you follow their suggestions. Do you believe that politicians are somehow more knowledgeable than you are. That politicians are of a special group of people. There are special little critter that for some reason is more enlightened or educated constantly. You can hear talking. Heads referred to the authorities or our leaders in washington. And it's just. It's just patently absurd. I mean these people are failures at life. that's why they became politicians right. I mean you know. There's so many of them. Were attorneys. good attorneys make a bunch of money and retire with yachts. the the unsuccessful ones go into politics. 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Redland for the onion radio news online at the onion dot com the onion news network now lie. We're coming in from the studios of freedoms feelings ernest handcock. Believe me when. I say we have a difficult time ahead of but if we are to be prepared for it we must i shed our fearless without fear. Because i remember i remember that i am here. Not because of the path that lies before me but because the path that lies behind me i remember that one hundred years we have bought these machines and after a center re i remember that which we make them remember independent and west and indianapolis on. I whatever the heck it is. You know. it's just. I tell you one thing. This entire country is so freaking big and we make a lot of our Destinations or small towns and counties around the country and stop by new york. Go see joe. Daily keep threatening to do it by their one of these days. I think it's going to be probably in late june mid june. We might just stop by knock on the door and sees the big love bus out front. We'll give them in the studio say what's up. Gerald celente who developed the global economic mythology methodology to identify track forecast managed trend is a political atheist unencumbered by political dogma rigid ideology or conventional wisdom cement whose motto is think for yourself observes an analyzes the current event for me to friends for what they are now for what he wants them to be and so let day holds a us passport. He considers himself a citizen of the world. Which is what we talked about in the last segment but maybe not the same way in the world means you gotta you gotta vote on an app. So he got to say. Hey arthur real quick. And i know that would be an interesting conversation. But let's not blow arthur's mind juke yet. He just you know the. Have the release on eighty-five. Pbs stations of his documentary about the first citizen of the world. He just went to the united nations and said look man you guys. I don't. I know. I need you guys to come together and you know define and support individual rights. So yeah. let's do that. Well we'll see what happens. But gerald celente been seeing what's going on in the world and i had up here. What prompted me to have you come on. I wanted to talk to you. I put it on a on here. Prince philip and i'm like hell i wanna talk about principled. I don't know why but maybe it was. Because you hit said something or you got something to talk about prince philip. Well give us some prince. Philip know dies queen elizabeth's husband and do we care. I don't know. Oh gerald help us out. Can you read the cover of magazine a few weeks ago. And we have philip there and a quote from him. And i'm not making this quote up. Anybody could look at. This is the exact quote but he said that you know if he comes back like to come back is a virus so that he could help depopulate the world. And i'm not making that up and what kind of sick individual comeback man. I wanna come back. That is taking it. Easy inhabited time of my life. You want to come back. As a virus depopulate. the earth. the healthy population. What kind of talent is this. And you know. People sometimes say to me know you get angry. They have to watch your language. Let me tell you would would. Profanity is the royal family. Shut your royal crap up your you know what what will well you better than me. How data dignitary isn't that. A nice those curse words to your on. How about my on. what are you all. you're better than me. This whole thing and going back to the prince. I can give a damn that the guy at ninety nine years old died by the way he got vaccinated. You know just a dated again. I follow this stuff constantly. Magazines the weekly so we just put the facts. He'd gotten vaccinated but that that didn't make the news anymore. They made a big deal when him the que- the prince. What am i six years old reading a comic book with a. Oh yeah and you know how. He became a prince. I think i think the prince the princess kissed a frog. The frog became a prince. Yeah that's the way it happened. I remember reading that in a comic book. You know this. There is a series called the crown. That's on whatever that comes on and We cancelled netflix. 'cause we cancelled net flex. We just said nine. I'm so sick of their crap. Well it had to crown on it. Well we haven't gone through the full the season because when we're that my my kids home or were staying up friends or something that will be out in donna. Nihil sneak try and get caught up. It is interesting. But i look at it totally differently than probably most people you go on. This whole thing is a comic book. It's a script it just right mate. And you're right you know it's been. I'm in knowledge. A lot of people in the freedom community prince. Philip came out and he said. Look when i come back. I am recording it. I'm going to be a virus. i'm a take out the population. Because damn we gotta have population control of control population and this has been. I just watched last night as i was driving this late at night. Just you know trying to stay up. I got my headphones on my bluetooth. I put on Who is bill gates. Corbett report or series of everything on there and this stuff is brought up. And you go through this and we are going into. They have been planning whatever the hell is happening. Now been planned by somebody or something. You're mr trends research guy Where we trending what's happening wh- latest news on earth. We've lost our freedom they robbed. The politicians robbed us of our freedom. That's the that's the cover the current magazine freedom. You know how dare you. Charge is no freedom anymore. They made up this crap on the governor. The governor i got an executive order. I'm gonna tell you what to do. Screw the constitution shove the rights of you know what. I'm the governor. I'm gonna just go. Well what are you kidding me. You joking no no. This is not and again people. Get this in your head. It's not only america. It's all over the world. Dangerous peres the launch germany. That hitler would be proud of conspiracy theorists they're going after conspiracy theorists. They gave merckel all the powers that they gave hitler back in. Nineteen thirty three when you didn't need the parliament do what you need to do. You look what happened in italy as an italian by the way. My gloves italian. But my heart's americans just to make that clear. I couldn't be me. If i was born at the villa rica quits with my family came from me because the monopoly donald born the free and i look at the talent thoug- she the italians boarded draghi. The bank stood a run the country. I'm ashamed of the italians. And again if i said this. They were jewish families komo's steam or or felt she bird or something and they were jewish they call me an anti semite. That's how much. I shake the italian americans and the italians. They've lost their fight. Totally thing going on in italy. Call the five star movement and the northern league. We're gonna pull out of the european union. They were going to get rid of the euro because they got shafted country going down and they bring a narrow druggy the guy that was the head of the european central bank before that the goldman sachs and that he was the head of it running the european union of the goldman sachs the whole european division. The ida was the with the world bank. The guy was bank of italy and now he's the premior so again it's not only the united states one country after another freedom has been boss gone and the store you know. This is one thing during the show. Eight love lucien. Ron paul campaign so on there was a young activist. And you want one world government. I give you one more love lucien and i'm going man. I never forgot that i put. It is sick line on my emails time yup staff. They won't want okay. That's what you want before. Finally clark born to let we come back from the sixth letter of captain. Mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions. Unfortunately the crown presses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers belief. Slavery was abolished years ago but the crown still claims to own us. When it comes into service against our will given sufficient ambition it would gladly draft thousands of hapless victims to kill or be killed. It's simply slavery by another name. Landlubbers routinely commanded to serve the so-called justice system in jury duty but before you swell with civic pride consider that how you feel is irrelevant to the crown you will appear. As ordered or face punitive measures the crown insist that you participate in your own oppression. Jury summons provides pirates with a unique opportunity to obstruct injustices a jerk and vote. Not guilty unit. It's proven the law was violated aid european equipped for any reason at all and not even a judge can reverse that verdict receiving a jury. Summons is basically winning the sedition lottery. But if you reveal that you know this during jury selection you'll probably be dismissed. If the crown foolishly crimson pirate in jury duty it behooves the pirate to conceal their intention to nullify unjust laws. If master takes one hundred percent of your labor it's called slavery but if they only take fifty percent they call it taxation a difference of degree not kind whether the crown claims. A forty percent is irrelevant. Most of all a slave owner desires contented slaves meaning thoughtless ones and accept their bondage. These how slaves see no contradiction being drafted in a ward in slavery or summoned to a jury to prosecute tax evasion and ideal slave knows no higher call than the masters will the crown's highest ambition is that it's slaves revere the authority subjugates them but the crown does not own me. I will not surrender my time in treasure. To the crown's ambitions. Join the conversation at pirateswithoutborders dot com. Are you tired of governments. Murdering people around the world stop using their money. There is an alternative. Bitcoin is a stateless. Free-market non-political currency. Bitcoin cannot be inflated or rolled by any government by using their money. You are helping the state. stop doing it. You have an incredible alternative available now learn it use. It spread it get started with bitcoin at bitcoin dot com. That's bitcoin dot com. 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The government is completely involuntary if starbucks used some of its money to drop bombs. I wouldn't shop there. So why would. I support the american empire. The empire does not require by consent. Derek jas victimless crime. Spree watch it for free and ordered the director's cut. Dvd and victimless crime. Spree dot com. That's victimless crime. Spree dot com. What's up next. Visit the liberty radio network program guide to find out at shows dot l. r. n. Dot fm that shows dot l. r. n. dot fm to be a part of the show. Call six zero two two six four two thousand eight hundred six two two six four twenty eight hundred and now ernest handcock gerald celente. This is what we're gonna be talking about. He's got a plan. You gotta play. He's always gotta play about this time of the year he's got a plan occupy piece. Dot com occupy piece. Well he's had a lot of keynote speakers at well known and so on your past so This year you know who's going to be there man. Tell me all about it. Live music and speakers food and drink you know. Sounds like i might stop by and was party. You know it's going to be may twenty ninth. Three o'clock on the corners a crowning john street in kingston new york. It's the these are the most store for corners. In america it's the only place with pre revolutionary war stone buildings on each corner. Anybody google's up kingston new york most historic for according of. See it. which why you bought it. Isn't it right to launch occupy piece because the seeds of democracy was shown here and that's the four corners of freedom. And i'm having a rally i had one last year. It was probably the biggest rally in america at the time. july fourth. That judge napolitano pure speaker. And we did that when we were told. We couldn't do it. Yeah i was wondering. I'm gonna attitude man. You do some freedom when they couldn't have some freedom freedom day you don't wanna with that and the hatred that i got for it but the cop up here. Great for their local so real. They're cool so they didn't bother us at all but the point team we didn't we got criticized deeply for having it because the viruses going killing. Everybody and i saw i saw did the hundreds of people that were there are people. We all died from the virus. So i'm having another one this year. I'm gonna keep having them week after week. Keep going on fighting for freedom I'm i'm a trend. Forecaster my businesses to look ahead and the vision icees hell on earth. If we don't get our freedom back that they've robbed from us. Keep doing it. You know when it really began the worst again it was. It was totally orwellian even by its name the patriot act. Remember that one right after nine. Eleven the patriot act. No dusted off a bunch of other crap. They had been trying to do since the clinton administration they pulled the big stack of whatever. We're going to rule. You blew off the dust and nab patriot. You know i've been you this common and nothing surprised us. In fact our first freedom summit was three weeks after nine. Eleven that sunday they started bombing afghanistan and against a we all were in agreement. Here we go. Police state becoming just how they're going to do it and started in earnest in and well. It's been going on because i was thinking that. By twenty twelve you know it was twenty sixteen because i remember it was like twenty years before when donna i were having children. I remember in the late as i've gone by the time our children our age. Now then you know being like thirty years old. It'll be twenty sixteen. I go by the time twenty. Sixteen comes and it's not going to be the same country. Well what happened was it was kind of they're getting behind. I'm like. I don't know maybe it won't happen. You know nineteen eighty-four done seem like nineteen eighty-four. I'm like all right and then boom nine eleven happened patriot. Act and i go. Ooh they caught up. They were behind and now they're on schedule. Well man if the m men on schedule you got princess come back and viruses never so so when you do your event it's to what just to celebrate freedom you got a method were starting to move is just the beginning of it and now there's never been a better time for change people. Have you know they don't allow either either the demo craps or the repulsive kuenz. You know people on that. This is time for a whole new party. Holds your movement. And i'm trying to generate it. You just try to do as much as i can. I can't do it alone about voting. Just had the first hour lose harrison doing the rebound miracle pa- county all. That's going on there and we had long conversations over the weekend and she came on today. Tell us where they are. But i'm john. Yeah this voting thing. I you know what if you're gonna do at least have an accurate. I mean you know not that. I think you voting on everything is you know. That's what republicans about is the matter with majority votes on it. You can't certain things so you know what's going to be. Your mechanism is it. Candidates is voting is it. You know wallet voting is it you know saying no sitting down. Stand up for something i mean. What what are you gonna do. Just what we're doing is we're just trying to unite the people first and then we want to get as much information suggestions on how to move forward the best way possible but to me right now is. Let's get together and and try to make it happen and talking about voting. I believe in blockchain mock rec- you know if i if you could change the trillions of dollars around the world you having voting problems with these stupid machines and all this about blockchain voting and having the algorithms open up to everybody that wants to see them or your system. You're waiting online to vote with the stupid crap. And you got these politician of the two parties telling you what to do. And i want direct democracy. You want to go to war. Let the people vote you wanna you want. Open the borders. Let the people vote. You want tax. Breaks the people all the people that do stupid. Oh yeah mitch. Mcconnell is much more smarter than i am. Nancy pelosi genius. Little chuck schumer who i bow down to him. Look at the crackheads. Telling us what to do. So that's is blockchain democracy. There's a place called switzerland. They had a couple of wars right around. The world is debit. Switzerland has been a war since eighteen fifty. They have direct democracy. The people vote and everybody got guns and they're not killing each other and that's why they never got invaded because the all had guns and they know they'd been problem if they came in there so i want direct democracy. That's one of the things some of the in direct democracy there has to be you know there'll be a republic or to be supportive of individual rights. You know there has to be some limitations. Some things you just can't do and that's where the bill of rights came in and this you know A gun thing you know well we majority you know rule or executive order from biden. Wherever we're going to take your guns you know. I mean you know there are some things that you're not allowed to vote on. I mean how direct macri are you again on everything you know. Let the people let the people vote today by god what what what you cannot violate the constitution or the bill of rights violated in front of our eyes did not get. It's no way there's going to be gun control. Forty million people registered to buy guns in twenty twenty. I saw this one being was awesome. It goes you know if they want to take your guns. It's because they're gonna do something to you. Shoot them for tom. I'm feeling it man. i'm feeling coming. Yeah no look. I your people save with me. You know if somebody broke your house if you shoot them. I call their brains out. What are you kidding me. 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Why video varkey new hampshire bay shows screamed on d. live police following share at d. Live ellen dot. Fm that's d. Live dot l. iran dot fm freedoms. The answer. what's the question you're listening to ernest handcock and gerald celente. Tell me all about it. Up in kingston new york where. It's a birthday freed on. I mean you've got four corners there and each one of them has no brownstone of brick building. Precolonial kind of word been long time. And i want it by probably cheap. You know get some. Let's do that. And then i lose them here. Yeah we lost him donna. Going contact him the just log back and undo video because that's what's killing us the And he was talking about the people wearing the masks air and so on and how. They're how they're they don't like him. You know for being an advocate against the matt just being you gotta just be dumb and then You were talking about our experiences. And so on. And the freedom peace and justice memorial day rally. Yeah it's You know you'd get gerald back on the and a lot of people are just are they. Are they just wanting to go along to get along. Are they really scared or they. Just you're not comply or you know. And and who are they worried about or afraid of the virus or they're afraid of opinion you know i got an area and so i'm just going. What is it is it. Because they're really afraid or they're afraid of public opinion. Yeah go keep your video off. Gerald we have limited bandwidth looks. But the one thing that i wanted to ask you gerald what do you think the reason is that they are masked up is it because they're afraid of the The neighbors air afraid of the virus. They're afraid of what you know why you think they're doing it yourself. You gotta unmuted man bottom left of the screen. You'll have the mute thing. They're quick that gerald you got. He's working at he's trying. they're doing it. come on man. You can do it while. He's looking for a keynote speaker. He's you know starting to find out you know the who's interested in you know coming and speaking at events that's going to happen you gotta dumb you. Did you get now gerald. Maybe he's got problems. He's trying he's pushing. Buttons is connecting to audio connecting is connecting. It's connecting it's connecting. Not connected is connecting. He's going to connect with jerusalem It sucks man. I really wanted to gerald's take on a lot of this stuff. you know. The joe is always been passionate. I got really yelling yet. He's not done yet until he's he's yelled. I wanna i wanna hear with a rebel. Yeah we got jay bouba so we're working on it What i wanted to make sure that we got in. Is that in the middle of all the stuff that was going on. We had His festival right during the peak of this stuff. You almost fourth of july thing and They they didn't want them to be there. Was i wondering if he got protests. What was the aftermath. You know officials come and explain it to him. You know where the clipboard. And do they know who you are you know they. They're you know new. You're not allowed to have a say. You know you might wanna just hang up and try to connect again gerald you know. Just go ahead and try it again. Because i don't know what the problem is. Okay he's got. He's trying to different one okay. Let's try that one all right. We got you there. Now gerald moral here you hang up the other one all right so go ahead real quick. I filling in real quick on the event that you had last time. How much protesting was there. Did you have some aftermath because like being all freedom and stuff and then the mask wearing still a big thing. Now where you're at piled that together go man. Well they you know the social media when asked me big time that they were going to be protests. We invited black lives matter it was to unite for them unite for peace and restore freedom. And they wouldn't come. Because i appear on alex jones and i had somebody from fox news and they were threatening us big thought that they were gonna be demonstrations against us but nobody showed and i had my security team here too and So we were prepared for what we're having one again you know it's going to be made may twenty nine th three. Pm go to occupied piece. Dot com occupied piece dot com. And you can see You know more details about good music. I great bands. I guess smokey hormel a great jazz guys. And we're gonna food booze we're gonna party. And that's what i wanna do. Have a great sign them uniting. And we're going to start a movement and this is just the beginning of it because if we don't unite none of us could win this on our own we have to unite and that's how they beat us if their parties republican party democratic party. This is a time for a new tea party but one that won't be co opted by the establishment and he established. It won't coop this because these stablishment is pro. Max pro tax pro establishment and pro immigration. So they can't these these. This movement is anti tax anti vaccine anti immigration and anti establishment. Say antibac- what do you mean by that you know i mean do you care what if i want to get back back scenes. It tastes yummy. You know they make my you know my manhood more manly or something you know. Give me give me all kinds of back. You on No nobody should get back. Spurs demand do what you wanna do. But don't tell me what you want to get back back. But don't force me to get vacs. You heard biden in his speech thing. Go out and get vaccinated. Ooh the hell are you to tell me what to. They'll come down celente. Don't be angry. Ben dov and the rest of us you know this is one thing a friend of mine and it's starting to become a common kind of mentality. Look man. i'll help with bus service. We car pool. Anybody wants to get back. You guys want to get back. I'll drive you know. let's go land up. You go right on the head but yes going to happen. We're going gonna be responsible for their disabilities. There's going to be all kinds of cost involved with this later on. So i'm just like you signed up. You know. They want limited liability for the former futile companies. What about i get limited liability for having to pay taxes for all the damage or about that. Where's my limited liability yet and health and the morons still say. Oh the gum is giving us these. Vaccinations for free a stupid to take our tax money and give it to these guys and women got to be equal here and by the way pfizer or native but like seventy billion dollars on this and now they're coming out and saying you're going to have to get the job every year and i'm not making that up. The head of pfizer was came out in the middle of april so it's getting to be a yearly thing so anyway the new part b. That's what it's about. It's about free to do what you wanna do. You want to give you a mask and you feel safe great. Don't tell me what. I'm looking trends trends research trends journal. Gerald celente is known for the trends. And i'm looking at. This is trending pretty fast. Where do you think we're going you know it's going to be the twenty two election cycle. Oh my god twenty four lexus cycle and i hate you know putting things in election cycles. But it's a good mile marker you know. I don't believe the election process. I absolutely no faith for decades. I have no faith in the process. But there there's wallet voting. There's people vote with their feet. Are people moving from place to place. There's a lot of people started. Take responsibility home. Their kids growing their own food and looking for a community of i live on the lone prairie and small community of farming. A bite me. And i'm wondering. What do you see the trend that we should aware of as we're going in the next couple of years he's going to happen well again. We need a new third party and we need a new movement on the real estate thing you know. This boom is very different than the one that we're going to break. I want to write hair. Spooned what's coming ahead on that. Because i don't want to cut the off gordon the break we'll be right back gerald celente and hopefully hold up and we'll be right back very that. Hold on. okay are you a crypto currency advocate. The crypto tip is the ideal outreach tool to help new people. Discover crypto currency. It's a printable. Business-card-sized tip that you can give to service providers preferably in addition to a good cash tip when the server scandal qr code. It'll bring up an explanation of crypto currency how to install a wallet and allow them to claim the tip. If they don't claim the crypto you get your tip refunded to you. After a time period you specify plus if they do claim the tip you get an email alert create as many tips as you want at crypto tip dot org. That's crypto tip dot org. 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Which one are you. I'm just leave me alone as well as along guy kind of guy now we just getting into it in the last segment real estate prices in new york now arizona tell you man shot up to their but a matter of fact my son just bought a home and i was go do it do finally get and right the last minute when he could they they went and it was all script out they looked at it and the foundation was saying i. I knew we got a fairly good deal on this defend day. She's got the hell no. We're we're gonna read year because they did up and down up and down on a couple of other homes and donna's a real estate agent takes care of the family and they may not like bank. But i'm telling you this one they're gonna get their asses kick and i was like don't do it. You know but they always do the opposite. Whatever dad says so. I just kind of stayed on the sidelines. And you'll never mind. I'm so glad you got out of deal. Because they're going to be some deals later. Why are the home prices. So high it is because they keep printing money. And this whole thing's going to go. What do you think's going on in new york where you see a trend in their gerald well global in the united states from last march to this much home prices went up. Seventeen point two percent. And it's because of the record low interest rates but there's another thing makes this one different than the boom fake boom of the sa- thousands when they had to subprime mortgages. You don't have a job you you don't have you don't have any money. Don't worry bout a sign. Here you could buy a house that was going on back then. This is different. People moving out of urban areas like never before where. I am up in kingston. According to bloomberg the prices went up here the highest of any place in the country we ninety miles north of new york city on the hudson river in the foothills of the catskill mountains. People come up there. If flooding buying homes unseen. What makes it. Different is millennials of buying. And they weren't buying for a long time and it's the the big crash is going to come in the commercial sector. You'll looking at new york city with a fourteen percent. Occupancy rate business occupancy rate all the businesses that depended on you know people commuting get going under quick time and it's not gonna come back because now people think you want to drive an hour and a half each way on the lie to come into new york city to work a look. I'm gonna work home. Maybe two or three days a week so the commercial sector is going to go down big and places like boston. Atlanta new york city san francisco. You you're going to see big big big downturns but the places that are on the higher end it went up. You're going to stay even when this thing goes down so it'd be different. It's going to be different than the other one. And that's the way but the commercial sector. I mean in new york city before ninety two thousand nine hundred ninety four. The cold war began. You'd go to you go to the west village fifth avenue for rent for rent west side east side all around the town for rent for rent. Feren this before this happened so now people moving out of the city's big time so the places where they're going to they're moving to. They're not going to go down that much as we said i tell you. One thing of course freedom oriented people. Think the same. Do the same kind of you know. All of a sudden dammit. I should have did it a year ago and looking for land. Here's wanna be left alone technology especially we start. Getting internet. startling comes up another satellite-based or other mechanisms communicate all of a sudden. That frees you up and you you. Can you know telecommute while that happens. What's going to happen. I don't know that guy's gonna make a bunch of money but you have the opportunity to move out and loom prairie and do little farm and you got a community. A couple of guys may have traditional jobs and rest of the family is out there or working. The land feeding sheep but the That has been what i can see as the driving force for a lot of people to move out of the city's go into smaller communities and rural areas and buying twenty four hundred acres in time and stop that is that's getting kinda pricey so i'm going. Is it going to get worse as you're going to trend to where we're going to have even more expensive farmland and then you've got bill gates up all farmland so i'm just going you know i it is. There's gotta be an equilibrium that comes in somewhere and there has to be a pendulum swinging on government intervention on everything. The money supply the regulations. The permits the building codes. The i mean it goes on and on and on in poses there. Somebody's will on the individual wanting to be just left alone. And i'm feeling something like what you're doing. You know the occupy peace movement or you know a heck of a one world leave me alone is a one world government give you one world love allusion. You know so i feel it coming and you're looking to advantage of it and what would be the end result. What are you. what are you looking for. The end result is freedom and for them not to keep ripping the constitution away from us again. We were talking earlier about the patriot. Act i mean to kill the fourth amendment. it's dawn now they're going after first amendment. You're being censored everywhere you've got so that's what this thing is. How dare you violate the constitution. And the bill of rights is absolute and that was so you know your idea and the static thinking was so pre-nine eleven pre covid pre russia russia. Russia pre something. I mean you know they'll make up something you know. It's got to be general public. Opinion thing shifting. The time is i never seen a time better than now. Know does not take a majority to prevail but rather an irate tyler's minority keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men said samuel adam as you well know when the revolution broke out what five percents of the people before even at the height of the revolution fifty percent were against it there were about forty thirty five to forty percent of our kind of thinkers out there and we could beat that sixty percent because they're not fighters in terms. I'm type talking about fighting violently. Not not a word of that. I'm talking about fighting for freedom. These people back in we could win over the veasley and so that's to me is the movement i mean look at look at. They're trying to do now. The people that won't get vaccinated. Get you doing everything they and you're looking at about. Fifty percents of the people will get vaccinated vaccinated. That was kinda surprising to me. Forty percent chance aren't back. Forty percent of marines are not getting vaccinated wrote about nine. It's awesome i'm going on. I feel better. You know and this has been and this is after military baniyas line you up and bill you with all kinds of crap and we have all kinds of problems from the first gulf war because that we don't wanna shows on it but it's the trend is going to manifest itself. In what way is it going to be economic collapse and the people just ignore government. Train complained the government. Just get away from government there. I mean what do you think's gonna happen. How's it going to manifest. Well again you had. Two people have to manifest it. And that's what we're trying to do. And by the way. I jumped back into the real estate for one second which is gonna kill. The whole market is when interest rates. Go up when interest rates. Go up this thing's going to go down on a course dropped rose just a little bit and all of a sudden boom started housing market started. Shudder ain't gonna willow. But if they don't raise interest rates. I mean whole dollar is going to have to because inflation. Deflation is going to skyrocket or already. Is it costs. Twenty four thousand dollars more to build an average house just in lumber now so anybody that goes out and living in the world knows how bad inflation is. They're going to have to interest rates at some point when that happens. The whole thing collapse plywood. That was eight to ten twelve dollars. Maybe and then it goes to thirty five. Seventy overall hundred dollars a sheet of by. Would i'm going what that anybody don't tell me not inflation. So they do the consumer price index. You know they get this cost of living adjustment for senior citizens memon. They stopped reporting and no follow four. Four zero five. I remember when this happened. They go you know what our consumer price index and inflation were not included food fuel or housing. We just take that off now. We don't have any place anymore so you don't get your adjustment. The housing prices up seventeen point two percent. But that's not include it in the cpr. I feel it's all a lie. Crashing down joselin warning us long. Feel to be right about the collapse of the univer. Gerald very sad lightbulb longueuil never ever so slowly. Cheryl's didn't show music going. But i tell you i am more optimistic that i ever have because my biggest worry now. I'm going to happen. And i have life do okay to the right wreck in him. Always jerrell we have some good news. The indictments against raw celebrate in the district of maryland were dismissed with prejudice meaning. They can never be refiled. This is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge ever made that ross engaged in murder-for-hire this was a serious allegation at rolls. Outbreak denies it was never prosecuted or ruled on by a jury but was trumpeted by the federal government. And the media. As if it were proven fact. The maryland court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning. Ross's case and leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in ross's appeal to the supreme court. The fact that the judge used these allegations together all say dirk lenient sentence of double life without parole violated his sixth amendment. Right to a jury. Trial judges are required to issue sentences based on convictions. Decided by a jury not unproven. Allegations never even charged at trial. Although this is a positive development dropped indictment will not set. Ross free now. A presidential pardon is ross. His only hope of freedom sign the petition at free. Ross dot org free ross. Dot org now that you've found the liberty radio network at l. dot fm. You may wanna help expose others to our great programs to assist you in doing. So you'll find resources at promote dot dot fm including details on how to get a free bumper sticker quarter page flyers. 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This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's the but you service doing newscast april the thirty twenty twenty one. I'm mike community groups expressing hope about president. Joe biden's proposed long term fixes for fighting poverty. One minnesota agency says it could help parents ensure their kids and grandkids avoid economic struggles as they grow in the weeks. After congress approved the american rescue plan by now proposes the american families plan. It would make permanent. Some of the expanded tax credits. Seen in the covid. Relief package any shapiro of minnesota community action partnership says because of how they're written these tax credits have long prevented low-income families from using them to the fullest extent escaping poverty for good those are connected links between childhood to adulthood in terms of poverty and into the next generation of children and so we are really optimistic that this could sever those lines generational poverty in congress. Republicans have label the administration social spending plans as too expensive. And there's concern. Moderate democrats might not get behind all the ideas at once. I'm mike mohan. According to state data poverty affects about one in ten minnesotans and one of nine children supporters of a tax on capital gains are celebrating a victory in the washington state legislature. We get the details from eric ticket off. The seven percent tax applies to the sale of stocks bonds and other high end assets in amounts higher than two hundred fifty thousand dollars. There are a number of exceptions including for real estate cultural land and family owned small businesses. The funds will be used to find education early learning and childcare. Mike yastrzemski president of the washington federation of state employees says fewer than one percent of washingtonians will pay the tax not affect the vast majority of washingtonians is hard as paying for it but it would benefit pretty much every citizen of this state through being able to help adequately all of these public services we enjoy the tax is expected to bring in four hundred fifty million dollars in two thousand twenty three to the state budget is estimated to affect about seven thousand families. Opponents say it resembles income tax which is unconstitutional in the state and have already filed a legal challenge community colleges offering apprenticeship programs poised to get a twelve billion dollar boost for the biden infrastructure. Plan taylor white is national director for the nonprofit new america apprenticeship has a long history in this country in the world over of being the training option of choice for skilled trades. It's work you do with your hands and so you need to learn that in a workplace setting where you're actually getting experience doing the work. He's before the biden pledged the brookings institute earthy west to expand and update its apprenticeship offerings. This is pms. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we going to do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eigh