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Vinnie Tortorich and Peter Pardini

Dr. Drew Podcast

1:07:52 hr | 1 year ago

Vinnie Tortorich and Peter Pardini

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It's <hes> not only the people that we select to support the pot itself but also on the website at dr dot com and do check out that dot com to forget the after dark podcast and and <hes> plenty of you live this life podcast there as well and to get on the contact list semi emails. I'll try to answer them. Spread around and of course we have at the after dark broadcast cast you can send in your in your text sorry. They are faxed questions. Are you their email questions as well and also the voice message. You can leave them there vinnie. What's what's going on man. I knew andrew. You're on the air now. I thought you were going to miss the pie because you're so busy bitching about <hes> two atom about ted nugent usually usually. I'm yelling at you because you're listening. Dan thing i ever say that is bullshit because i bet you get around to what you say. I don't make it my own. I was literally chasing guy out the doors. Listen you have to day goes on this. Show you have right. Why did he brings his r._e._o. On on ted nugent date now i get it jeff knows a lot about music. I get it and also get it. I was out of town. I was in europe. What did he say he goes. A heart introduced me to peter here. I feel like introducing you to your date for the evening blue peter. You've been on with peter before right or we've done that. We did the documentary with him. I feel like i've been in this building with him once when he walked in. I'm like wait. Wait a minute because it was confusing yang here but definitely member during the documentary. Peter and i actually met right here where i'm sitting. I was exiting the chair one day and you know usually i'm always interested in it. Oh who's gonna take my chairs usually like jeff goldblum or or ted nugent type and so that's usually the case well. This guy comes in one day and he goes. Hey man. I'm a fan analytic. Oh yeah he's he's. He's jerky long ceos going on and and so the next day i listened to the show never listened to the show. I'm on because i was on the shell a._c. The big show they call around here and so listen to the show and his name is peter porn dini and i'm thinking oh i'm into guns pardoning guns they make olympic style gunned interesting. Yes an italian talion gun maker and oh regaining. Maybe he's ken to the family. Maybe i could get a handgun activists who knows and i keep listening in. They mentioned chicago the ban dan mo- ju- our age we grew up with chicago right. Absolutely i'm thinking oh my god chicago. Houses kid connected he oh he did a movie. I immediately went on and why now more than ever the documentary about chicago and fell in love with it. You gonna say something. I'm just curious. How peter got into chicago well his uncle go on theater. It was started as nepotism favoritism. My uncle was a new member of the band in two thousand nine and they needed someone to basically come in and film a behind the scenes for their christmas album joe video who they were at that point. Oh absolutely i mean i knew food hits that were on the radio from growing up to have heard much of it but my dad my uncles always been in music so i knew i'm more of an old soul net sense yeah all right so you fell over that yeah and then at some point. Maybe a month later. How did i have you number. Peter somehow we i think you had told me to reach out to you and i called you and then he called me back and so once i saw the movie i i scrape movie. I gotta let this kid. The movie won awards and all this kind of stuff and c._n._n. And all this crap and so just called him one night and just left a message and said madam movie was amazing congratulations and he called me back. He was backstage at a chicago concert. He was he stood traveling and he goes man and really. Did you like the movies like yeah love to have you on the podcast. Come over and talk about it because i'm so into this group and <hes> he came on the show off oddly enough i a lot of people were talking to me about doing a documentary <hes> even the people here corolla digital and mike mike august and all the and it just seemed to insurmountable for me so i just said you know peter mentioned on the way out that day. Hey you ever thought about by doing a documentary and i was like yeah yeah yeah no and he was like no. You could do this and i said no. Mike august tells me it's a half a million dollars. Women going to get this money. What are we going to do and he said no. We could probably do it for a lot less and it was like wow. The kid who did a documentary is telling me we can do this so i it was all the years and you can take it from there peter well everything that mike august is typically true. If you're trying to shoot something over a long period of time it's going to cost money because because you're traveling crew and you're doing all that but i had looked into it and saw that you know there's low carb conventions and things like that where you can actually go and interview twelve people in two days and that saves you a lot of money doing it that way so i think within like a month and a half of meeting vinnie at his house and talking about possibly doing a documentary we had started the indigo to raise. I think we're aiming for like one hundred and fifty thousand <music> ended up with a quarter million so i mean his fans and your fans and adams fans all rallied together to really make this thing happen to grow and and so you guys got together to dock yeah and you rely on me for not following directions. How long did it take for peter. Change his diet well. I knew about it before yeah yeah. He was already he had lost weight doing innocent g. o. already he was a corolla fan and he was listening to me on that that show and so what do i have to lose and interesting thing. I'm glad you brought that up drew because we shot this thing in two segments and we use the same name film crew on both so we shot it and then they're all right well. Here's the crazy thing. One woman walked in <hes> christie eighty christie. The wife cristiana ray walked in and i almost didn't recognize her <hes> not because she had lost so much weight in three weeks but but she had acne the first time and she came back in and she says hi and i'm like hello who have here and oh christie and all of the agni was gone and she'd been struggling with that for years lifetime years lifetime you know and it sounds like there was a hormonal squaring yeah this this diet deaf adults for some people she. It just calmed down. Her face looked completely different. She had started losing weight. She didn't have much weight to lose very athletic woman and we noticed that with a bunch of crew members that in three weeks because these guys are just hollywood they're they're like cordova park walker they go from job to japan they stand around craft services whenever there right not from behind the camera and then okay about diet they can't all they care about is getting their next job but they're listening to dr ian felton. They're listening to dr brett share in doctor and well you came in the second group right it was his this is i group and they're listening to doctor after doctor and gary towels and all of these people who were down at the first segment and it has to sink thinking at some point for these people you know two days of people saying eat this way. These people went off without anyone saying anything started eating that way right yeah and then he's right though it's like people come in and make these movies and they don't care at all. They don't know anything about you now why their body is doing what it's doing in terms of the food they eat and i heard people talking about it. You know this one guy was like maybe i should have a few less. Diet cokes say they the people in general still believe well. It has no sugar on the label therefore it's not as bad but i think that's the thing about him. Yeah and that's what drew me to the movie in general was just trying to get to the bottom of why do these things happen. How did they happen and and is it because there's some evil conspiracy going on or is it just because people screwed up and history how volved. It's not wanting to admit you're ron yeah. It's funny feldman today tweeted out to anybody know anybody who has maintained their weight at something like a twenty percent reduction on a calorie counting diet for three years right and i was thinking to myself wow i'm on like a year and a half on this diet effortless effortless effortless but it's really easy and drew. You never looked better. You look you always look at the women. Just swoon over you. You know it is what it is but you left left. Wait you lift heavyweights and you always keep it together but you have a little a little pot sure right now. It's gone just gone for the most part. I still have to watch. The amount of protein i taken is still an issue because easy to adjust its heart and that was one of the things that you kept saying to me. Wait a minute. How do who i get enough fat. Isn't that a great problem yeah. I know i started using these things you recommend the last time you were here yeah. They're a big sponsor of mine. <hes> you can't see on the podcast. How dare you yeah. I was gonna get to it. Give me give me a break and <hes> these helpful to beat six yeah yeah but but especially these macadamia oil's i i will tell you this drew. I climbed ma blocked. The highest mountain in europe western europe almost sixteen thousand feet. I went to the top on two of the nut butters well from f-bomb and two of the sausages and here's the thing at one of the high huts. I left one of my i took a leader in a quarter of water with me and i forgot to put the leader so i went to the top with a quarter of a leader sure so i was basically hydrated and that's all i had and was still able to summit the highest point and the deltas mountain in the world and take we did the first day we got to a low hot and about two two and a half hours i didn't really pay attention and then when we got on the glacier issue with the next morning we laughed and we went up these rock scrambles for two and a half hours and then got to the glacier and from there it took me four hours and that was like a leisurely walk but you know because you know once you get an altitude i was on a kid. I was on the road with a kid who's a triathlete sheesh and he was having having trouble and kept looking back at the old guy me at the end of the road on. Are you okay. I'm like yeah. I can use some water but i'm okay. There's a lot of snow if a really sir yeah <hes> but yeah it just kind of but i was trained for it you know i did every weekend. We go to mount wilson twice a weekend. Go to the top sometimes run it to the top and they're still training. A lot of people know. I hardly train anyone in be. I don't have time you know between i mean i do five podcast a week. I'm doing movies. I'm doing all of the stuff. My last couple of clients was howie mandel. <hes> i had a rockstar you are and a <hes> <hes> a rap star and the only way those guys can make money nowadays while how we started doing and you know they they moved the whole production of america's got talent to new york so we just became coffee drinking friends guy and then any rockstar. They're still making money. They have to go on the road and so are one of the rapper came off the road. He's like hey man. I'm back here for two months. Can you know can i see you on monday and i was like doc. I can't do it anymore. Yeah yeah just no time superior. Tell me more about you grew up. I grew up in fresno california. Of course it was a great filmmaker does every well sam peckinpah from fresno. That's that's about in the guy who wrote schindler's list storied career for fresno but <hes> <hes>. I grew up in in fresno and i went to college down here. Cal state northridge <hes> majored in screenwriting but still together they gotta work. Your parents do parents still together. My mom is an office manager for a dermatologist and my dad runs magnesium franchise in fresno interesting yeah he got into that when it was like blowing up about ten years ago but yeah always very supportive parents and almost to a fault to the point where it's like i i in a good way and in a bad way because it can it can bite you sometimes where you always think you can do everything and then you realize you get in the world and it's like oh you can't write you can in but you can't like it's that push and pull of people giving you a chance to do something and then having to then prove yourself which i was lucky enough right after college to get hired by ashikaga and that's just been the biggest blessing ever forget where your parents were like mine where you're gonna catastrophe right of recorder my parents yeah. I had the best childhood that you can possibly grow up with. My parents are still together. They're both still alive. I don't know how what they are and they were both schoolteachers my dad. What are you doing hanging around the corolla network. I'm the only people dysfunctional families are allowed. I know sometimes atom says humane. What's it like again mom. Your mom cooked the sync data hi. How are you know. My parents grew up in this talion household. Oh worth peterhead this. You could do anything yeah. Oh yeah oh yeah it. It was literally my parents who are you could be the president of the united united states if you wanted to let peter to vinnie talking to oprah. Did you insist on peter. Put that in it's in the documentary yes actually it was i was trying to figure out what the vegans gonna come after me on and i knew one of the things they would find as me with a conch shell all online and why is that an issue it makes them look what he's talked. Photo allahdad forget it. You haven't seen ever this horrible stuff of all of us. You know these days right back then to yes. I can't i had when i first moved to l._a. Back in ninety. I had to make my living as a model and you know there's a model picture yeah and i ah i made money for three years as a model and basically my shirt was off every i took my shirt off every day and so so oh there it is there with the koch well-done vinnie yeah yeah screwing account so and i know that you are making the puka. C._l.'s fukuda says precious jewel that that was a word that went worldwide women's where it was in w magazine and it was a full whole page ad for that jewelry company for forever. It was just horrible so that can be found easily online and this oprah winfrey thing. That was just you know i. I knew they were going to say oh. Here's your guy. Here's the guy because my oprah appearance was that seventh top rated oprah appearance in history interesting and it was so big that oprah had me back twenty years later for a where they now appear how interesting yeah and what was it about the parents were so appealing. I got down on one knee and ask share out on national television with that and so <hes> i knew that the vegans we're going to go. Here's your hero. Here's what he used to do so but in a way isn't that what you hope they talk about so that it's like they're not talking at the issues at hand. You know what i mean. Well true and there's also the second side of it where you know they're going to go. Look at your hero wpro look at what he used to do because everyone's always digging up stuff from thirty years ago ongoing look at your guy. Now i mean these days. That's routine right. It was it was uncomfortable and not only that but my appearance on the show was a complete sham it was a complete lie and and we were talking about how the media lies even the great oprah winfrey you know her show was a big lie. What was the life the lie was i i i was in beverly hills and my friend. I'm going to bring up a name you may or may not remember rhonda shear remember rhonda shear. I remember the show up all all night and now she sells bras and q._v._c. become a multi bazillionaire her shoes to be in radio too yeah and comedian hoping rhonda's around your issues. Come on love linebacker wave. I'm sure she had <hes> rhonda was just omnipresent in hollywood and she was a friend and she said to hey. Would you like to go on the oprah winfrey show tomorrow. They need an extra guy and i said i've never seen the oprah winfrey show no. I don't wanna go on and she said but you date nate an older girl. That's older than you and i did. At the time i dated a girl that was like six seven eight years older than me. She actually looked younger than me. The woman i dated got and it's about young men who are dating all the women and i went up. What could it hurt. They're giving me a free first class flight and the whole thing chicago. Oh all right hopped on a plane at midnight or are got there at midnight and they told me someone would pick me up in a limo the next morning and i will go to to green room and all this stuff i get to the green room and there's a group of people there and <hes> it looks like a circus show. Would you agree repeater with the people that were there. These women were way older. I was like twenty eight twenty nine and there was like this fifty year old woman and they said you will be matched up. Her name was doe d._o._e. Right jane doe your matched with doe and i was like what do you mean well. You're does boyfriend and i will have a what will what and yeah you gotta. Go on stage and do this send. I was really more of maury or jerry or something at the time yeah. It was back in the early days of oprah and i said no. I'm not gonna do do that. That's a lie. I'm not going to national television and lie and they said you know i. I took the mike off and i'm taking the pack off and all they see you. You guys later and they're like well. We'll we'll we'll. We'll the producer's name. I think he's passed away. Since his name was rudy guido it sounds like a made up name and we kind of have the thing going and the whole thing and he goes what will would you at least just go on stage and sit with these people and talk about your girlfriend and talk about that. I said yeah i can do that. No problem and peter saw the film in you saw the film. I get on stage sitting next to doe as she turns to me and she he goes. This is vinnie my boyfriend. He's this that and the other thing and you can see the look on my face where i go okay. It's on well. The interesting thing too is that is then you're sucked into it and you you have to go along with it because you're being seen by millions of how they set you up yeah complete fleet setup and you can see the smirk face where i'm going to make this show so bad because i'd never seen the oprah show before. I'm gonna make it so bad that they're going to go. We just need to scrap this show and move on but the more outrageous i got during the show the more they were liking it and then they were removing giving us to bring on another group of freaks and oprah is like standing off in the wing says i'm leaving the stage and she goes whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa. What are we doing in here. She goes. They're done oprah. We bring the other people on. She goes no. He stays and they said well if he stays. We have to have the whole group of them. Stay she goes. He stays our care. What you do keep vinnie on the stage and i'm sitting there going would have i done what have i done to my life. Yeah it was really that bad and the second part of the show. When i'm still on stage they get share on the phone and i share out for data national television and became kind of infamous for autophagy. She literally drew she called me and she left a message back in the days when you had answering machines and i had friends i say you're not gonna believe this shares of my gene. I don't know where that tape is. That was that little tiny micro tape. I don't know what happened to it. Where win eventually that stuff goes away <hes> but i quarterback and left a message and said you know thanks for calling in the whole thing is probably better if we don't meet because my feeling was she had dated a guy named rob campbell laddy <hes> who was dubbed bagel boy. I don't know if you remember that whole it was asked to sheet you know sunny a bagel boy rob cavalry and it was an and he broke her heart and the whole thing and i said you know what if i if i'm seeing in public public with share once i become pasta boy or you know whatever boy and i just wanted to walk away from it. I'm not gonna date share right right <music>. How's that gonna work. Heysham gonna come pick up my pickup truck so you can imagine yeah and that's some of that is on the documentary. Don't forget it's coming july july thirtieth preorder now and i tunes amazon or d'amico and <hes> listened to the fitness confidential podcast so tell me more about peter so oh you went to north ridge. North is a screenwriting major. They didn't have a directing major which i thought was strange but i basically took the personal challenge. Should you just make something every summer and so from mike two thousand seven all the way until this last year. I've always made something and i found that i had the same thing in high school. And how did you learn how to operate all the technical equipment and that sort of thing <hes> i didn't know is another thing that was very fortunate for me is that i found the right people and i've always since two thousand seven had a full crew that knows how to do all that and <hes> been very lucky to have them for editing i do. I do my own editing so i've been doing that since high school and i've basically i've edited every single thing i've ever made and <hes> it's just been a a constant process of kind of like what i was saying earlier where you always think the next thing oh this next thing is going to be. I'm gonna get noticed for this and always always noticing knowing that every time you're going to get better and better and then you look back on those days where you thought you had made the next whatever and you see allow this listen. I was delusional them but look how much better i've gotten now by just continuing to go. That's right so that's a good word by the way drew. His peter's is worth at work. Ethic is like something i've ever seen <hes> your everyone said oh. It's going to cost you. This is going to be that. It's going to take you guys years. From the time we met to the time we finished the film and actually got a soul was right at one year. Maybe less than a year from sold yeah way less from from so many sold less than a year yeah. You know i it and it was just this guy sitting in a room. He's i can say i'll citizen front. He's a genius when it comes to editing one of my biggest clients at ever own the big editing company and i i've been around editing and <hes> he ad it's all of these shows all of these reality shows and chainsaw productions and this guy is way faster than these guys and we would just sit there he would work and then we're going watch what he did and we were set and sometimes we would have to loop something in. I would just bring a mike and talking to my heat loop. It was just amazing. How fast if you ever need anything added it k- a video of any sort this guy will do it in two thousand avid. What do you <hes> us premiere adobe premiere but actually have a question for you from psychology perspective or just your perspective. I used to make puzzles as a kid. I'd sit in my room and make five hundred piece puzzle with long and i wonder could that be tied to buy or is it. Just show show that my ability to edit 'cause. I've always been really good at editing to two things. You must have the part of your brain. That's associated with doing things repetitively. Do it again can't do it again. Do it again. Part of the reward. System must have been getting activated by the puzzles where you liked doing them. You both liked and wanted and then could be gratified defied by doing right so it's all these different phases of reward essentially and that is just a giant puzzle right requires all the same stop the same focus the same sort of big picture that you're as you put it together well. I noticed to my thought process and i've noticed it. More more is the more projects i do is like all right something or i'll edit something and then i'll realize later that i did it backwards and i need to move things around and i wonder is is that like a weird type of dyslexia or something where you see something different order. I wouldn't call it dyslexia so much that some feature of how your brain puts things together and you can sort of anticipate that like you keep looking for where am i going to be transposing stuff again because for me by the way getting analyzed by dr drew. You grew up listening to you but it's it's you know we all have these proclivity does cognitively and emotionally. One of the great lessons in life is learning your own stuff and to know when your own stuff is involved in a relationship or in a project and just keep an eye out for it when it comes in up. There's that again and i knew it would be somewhere ready to transpose the post to oh my god. I made a mistake learning to use it yeah. Yeah we're rolling with literally <music> podcast. You have a podcast and checkout launchpad d._m. 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Check him out tough any. I'm always worried about his generation because i watch him and i talked to him about this. This is not new to him. Yeah the guys completely brilliant. He does all of the stuff but then they walk around around worried about everything like life in general gets to these guys. I was just tired. I was telling him. I was just tied to a rope with a triathlete. This kid yes thirty three <hes> graduated from harvard then graduated. <hes> post graduate from columbia got hired by google. He's in some major possession with google from the united estate. He's also he's also tries to eat so this kid you know this big time overachiever right yeah and they put me on a rope with this kid to climb of the worries about everything and pitas the same way they worry about things. You don't have to worry about example. <hes> peter will go on need to go to the doctor dr for semantic reputation. That's that's that's. That's a common thing but why why are you going to dr. Peter stood up in my heart. Heart rate went up fifty five to seventy and i need to go see my grandfather was a doctor until he was ninety and so i always had someone growing up that i could call yeah. It's actually the opposite being around. A medical family makes you semantic preoccupied. That's what i'm saying is not just everything you know he he you know we'll talk about something and he'll say don't say that to that person and al safin we go. Why did you say something. I'll go because generally society peter intro yeah the stiffen up. I i am definitely not working on my control issues with trying to be control-freak over every element of what i do because i like to make things as perfect perfect they can be and i think that sometimes seeps over into other aspects i the the irony of it is i've never been. I haven't been really sick since like beginning of high school but anytime anything goes wrong it's like what could that be and then the phone and then you look we have a part of our brain called the insular cortex hasn't it has an emotional salience to everything and particularly things coming out of our body and sometimes it can be a lot of emotion attached to it and that's what makes us think. There's something wrong to make sense sounds right to me. Doesn't we what it feels like to feel. How do how do we feel what we feel right. There's a part of the brain. That's responsible for that. It has to poles to one poll is sort of very vague and holistic all the stuff that comes out of our body that we don't really can't really quite characterize and as you get towards the other pole it's very cognitive and has a name attached to it and we can understand it in its this spectrum between stuff coming. Hang out of our body that we can really put our finger on the stuff that we can't put it all in in this region. Insular cortex is given an emotional salience. The the like with pain pain has a somatic component what you're experiencing out in the periphery where the pain is being generated and your emotional reaction to it which feeling the feeling of pain accents it does but it. I don't understand why people can't just walk past. You and i had a conversation. I remember remember everything. I can't forget anything. Unfortunately it was we're at your house doing one of your podcast and we're in between shows. Mike cold and you said yeah how how how did you get by when people say something about you on twitter. I just want to answer and i said i just go onto. The next tweet is a yeah but don't you want want to answer. Insight ni- person doesn't matter to me a rubber gate to the next tweet. I walked away that take on man drew his famous and and that's bothering him i'm. I'm not famous seen as credible well no anytime i my experience first of all whenever anybody gets everyone everyone experiences this. You can see ten positive statements. One negative can ruin your day. <hes> that's just the way people are wired up and we're back to salience he again. We're we're wired to see the negative because that from an evolutionary perspective may have more importance like we're you know we're wired to see the leopard and the bush not the eh beautiful scenery where the catch the leopard every time you know what i'm saying oh not every time but we're more set up to see the negative or problematic which is fine but my thing would would get extra too painful for me. I only wanna do that's all i wanna do all i wanted to make a difference in a positive way and then to have all this weird negativity coming in hot so demoralizing but yeah i don't have that and you know someone said to me once that maybe you did that. Me and karol are alike in that way where we're just mutants where we don't we. Don't you know someone says something negative. Has your girlfriend says she'll tell you where she she marvels attitude the two she goes. This doesn't bother you and i'm like we'll get bothered at the right at first. I didn't believe him but you're right but he sees it. I mean you write a book that against fifteen thousand nine hundred reviews. Some of them aren't going to be good. How do you deal with that was like i don't move past not even move past them then register. It just seemed like they they don't move back to you having that great childhood by the way but you see that's why we have a great childhood but croat was raised like tarzan and i was raised with an italian family with grandmothers and grandfathers and everyone around two. We had two different experiences yet where the same guy when it comes to someone it says dear ringing in this gary. I'm sure you have an opinion about your. We're talking wasn't even less than you think. I'm listening. I definitely don't think he's normal but at a normal at a very a different way and i don't believe adams thing is fully approach how he was raised genetic biological. I agree see you're. You're just so positive. Is it a positive you're good and you're feel secure and you got up steam. Whatever adam litter literally doesn't register these things you you just don't allow the body. They don't bother aww he doesn't even see him. Would you say it's sorta like like a blind spot absolutely yeah adam. It's it's hard coded atom like if you scroll through your mentions and see something negative and keep going that's different than atoms scrolling through his mentions. He doesn't see that you're not to know it's there and it doesn't permeate and that i get bothered. Authored mine doesn't me either doors. What i'm saying is it's different. I'm saying you selectively. You're conditioned yourself and built your personality in a way okay not allowing permeate. You're okay now. Adam doesn't see it. It's not there didn't happen. It's different. I know that's hard to. I'm not seeing i'm not being the difference. I'm not different straight up here like somebody you know and this is not u._n. Atom we're going to is this is an example right. People can have trauma can be disconnected from people because of trauma in childhood and as a result of that have really difficult time empathizing with other people right or they can be born with the genetics of sociology and be a psychopath and not register emotions of another people that part of the brain doesn't work work see the difference i do but is it weird that ends in the same place but it's different. I have tons of empathy for everyone else and we're not talking about psychopathy or the ooh now for yourself for myself. I i empathize with everything yet. When it comes to me i you know maybe it was just nuns beating the crap app out of me for twelve years. You don't need it. Maybe not a good. You're sort of full. You're filled until you don't may not need your why do i still don't feel like i have to do everything. Why can't i stop. What do you mean by do everything i feel like. I'm constantly trying to do more. I think that's just just certain i'm that way too. I just think people are that way. I i've wondered that about myself too and i'm really looking at how we were close the same age right yeah. It's when you start looking at that stuff and i don't know if you're like me in that you're having fun doing all this and then you know you're not having fun. I am i. I really having fun. My my thing is i'm never you know i've always said this. I'm never happy with the ribbon. I'd just one okay the oldest thing in my world as the award. I just got. I get that like i don't even i can't even get. I can't even celebrate it so so so. Did you get a lot of never got any whichever you did. Grownup wasn't never good enough. Gotta mortimore vigneault. My parents were really good about isn't my parents. Were not athletes. They were academics. My dad's doctorate mom's got three master's plus thirty hours towards doctrines. They spent their lifetime in school yet. So one of their kids come. Along and coaches are going. He's really fast asked and they're gonna molest cool. You don't understand he's like really fast and i didn't know i had this talent as an athlete yeah i. I just knew that i wasn't good as a student. I wasn't bad as a student. I wasn't my parents <hes> but my parents never came to all over games and they did support you yeah. They were at every game and they nothing. I don't know where that <hes> sort of bottomless pit comes or you know peter i was told when i was i had i. I was figuratively figuratively fast like on tests and stuff. I the teachers told my parents he's going too fast on everything. Which i think is is an interesting thing because i i would always get like be minuses c. pluses but my parents knew i was smart but they would kind of put that pressure on me to say like you. You need to slow down and do this but ironically to and it would go under the category be careful. You're you're not you're not. You're not paying. Attention was more be careful. I was paying attention them but i was doing it so sloppily yeah. Do you think that that's like a thing where you're looking at the end before you're looking at the middle like you just wanna get to finish line. That's that's me. I'm a little that way too and some of that seeing and stuff but i think more than anything it's just the way your brain is working before. It's trained right. We have to train our brains to to be careful and systematic the matic and the many brains aren't set up that way to begin with they have to the torah. We have all this judicial system in place to help those. Were you straight as in school or same here but when i got to college i was yeah. That's kinda would happen to me too. Is that my my came on. It felt like my brain just came online at about nineteen. I mean really like mattingly different so weird thing yeah dramatically different. It was a good student. That's the male brain it's it's the you know the prefrontal cortex turning on the mile nation nation of the brain. I don't know what some of it had to do with the capacity to sit and study like to i don't know anxious or whatever the couldn't focus to study for sit for eight hours day after day after day and study and then all of a sudden that could you know that that's identical to what i had. It was in high school. I couldn't be bothered to take a book. Home couldn't be bothered to really study. I was making bs. That's good enough. You got to college edge and making the dean's list every semester and playing football at the same time which doesn't happen right and i was even looking looking at going. Where's this coming from but i found college much more interesting than sitting there learning math that i would never use again right. There's a little bit of the <hes> the the road learning of <hes> but i have really good high school i i was good that way but it still wasn't just i felt like it wasn't online to describe it and this isn't just a plug for the movie but i personally have felt that in the last year and a half of doing this really strict this way of eating the start this diet that a lot of that anxiety. I still have of it. A lot of that. Anxiety is just way down yeah. There's a lot of side benefits. I are epi phenomenon it onto this diet include. It starts for me. It started with sleep. Sleep was really in just constant energy throughout the day and more energy that's right and then when he tows us. I'm more focused but i don't think i'm gonna get toasted that much anymore. I don't i guess what happens is. Are you peeing on the strip or you know a lot. No neither i just sort of feel it. What happens is your your key. Tones can lower after a while. You get used to it. It's gonna burn and that's what it makes. Yeah yeah so and so forth but it's interesting. I may not have to be sown. I find the way i feel good. If you stick you would see some coming out. You have to restrict calories to the point that i might be uncomfortable. Yeah yeah you know what i'm saying. Why steal your fulls. There's just all you have to do and by the way drew he's lost. How much weight have you lost from the beginning of this when you first started doing all i love it when i first started this time because i've i've been up and down wait. My whole life like when i started on the road was chicago was two hundred sixty five pounds. Goodness got down to one seventy. Wow wow without really knowing how like i was just moving more and cutting bread the doctor said don't eat bread and lower your sodium. He was closed so i yeah i did that but i still didn't quite nice to have the sugar in my coffee. I still had all that but gained it all back easily. Then i heard him on adam and and i started i was like what do i have to lose like this all food. I like i love eggs. I love bacon. I love steak so i started doing it and since then i've lost almost fifty pounds now but the craziest part of it is in the last two months. I've lost twenty pounds because i just cut heavy cream. That's it was just gonna say what what how much joy have you must be the lack. This must be the lactose with dairy or some dairy. Some people are very effective. Yeah dare you can't pay. I i have found dairy helps me with appetite management oh same here. I just had a coffee with heavy cream in it. I'm a guy who can be as lean as i was that photo you just saw with a conch. Shell on cream back in those days. I was doing heavy cream. Well count you when you twenty. I thought i was going to miss it like crazy but i have not eaten since yesterday. Six o'clock wow i've only had coffee this morning and and my energy levels fine. I have virtually no real hunger. I'm intermittent fasting by default trying to ari. Yeah i sent you sent article v article. Did the impressive yeah. You're like look. They're figuring it out as i told you these. Are i think from jama or something or it wasn't it was <hes> it was new england journal. Which is the the most that's the highest you know the the most prestigious stages medical journal published in this country and there was an article essentially saying. I haven't figured it was an opinion article but it was it was just it was published there and it was essentially saying for some people carbohydrates are bad and we've. We're sort of coming down next to zero right now. I try and i have an absolute limit of thirty thirty. Five grams could've been netscape dot com. Oh it might have been netscape. I beg your pardon but i thought it was out of a publication. The let tape is not pulling up right now. I want to say the people like vinnie who have been saying this for twenty thirty years. It's interesting to me as has an outsider to see people who have just the common sense answer. They seen work over and over and over again. They say this works but it's not backed up by research search because this research is so hard to do complicated but this but this is a. Let's just lee modify what i said. Maybe not one of the top journals it might have been an opinion piece in one of these. I can't i get it to pop out by the point. Is it came from the gym enough source that i sent right to finish that you're comes garry hobbs he he just he's heading a nonprofit. That did a whole liked. I think twenty five million dollars study that was showing that if nothing else it does nothing to your health and adverse nothing adverse and and if on the positive side it actually helps you maintain weight loss which the funny thing to me is is i've been doing it. I feel great my cholesterol all my all. My bled numbers got better me to the doctor two years ago and they were like your cholesterol was borderline. You know here's the dash diet do that and i just like i've always gained weight eating lots of bread and i did this for a year lost twenty thirty pounds i went back and they're like what did you do and the only thing in my blood that was high was key tones and they're they're worried about that and i have slightly high blood pressure but i went to the i went to ralph's the day before because i always know my blood pressure's gonna be high when i go to the doctor did it at ralph's and it was normal went went to the doctor. It was slightly high and they're like well. This could be a problem ralph's later and it was normal will mark theory is that it's bruce specially people metabolic syndrome that benefit from this now may run up. You're right about that but that's that it feels like that to me as someone who's messed around with all kinds of diets and there's a sudden this one now i don't necessarily believe yet it is a treatment for metabolic syndrome so i so as a physician i still have to advocate kate treating the high blood pressure and the high cholesterol and you know i hopefully this does manage the insulin resistance to the point that no medical goal treatment is necessary for that but there's an argument to made for metformin in here <hes> and i keep thinking about that. I'm contemplating doing that not that it would change jenny thing. I'm doing terms the diet but there may be medical benefits to be driving some of these things in terms of why why metformin why in your case about your case or well mine particularly but metformin is associated with a lengthening life. Some people are advocating taking even we don't have metabolic syndrome but i'm thinking probably just is to help out the people in these subsets. They're studying that have metabolic in what way as metformin i'm interested it it helps with with what resistance it changes changed the way the cells managed glucose essentially and <hes> that may or may not be a good thing any studies. He's any ongoing studies studies on lengthening life with it from the drug company. They're always funding stuff but the point being income. I i am my end points. Are things like stroke heart attack and not feel feel. Well look well as long as possible right. That's my personal benefit as a physician. I'm looking at preventing disease states. If i also can increase longevity ready because by the way if i look at just the point of longevity i might miss strokes and heart attacks right people might live in a nursing home but after stroke and still be countered as having extended life life right now what i'm saying not interested in sosa quality of life it's preventing illness and longevity and longevity harder to manage the preventing do the one thing that that that was i was around when they start using stands for instance and it was so dramatic what happened to heart to heart attacks. It was dramatic now to be fair. We also stopping smoking around that time exercise and stuff but one thing my friends heart surgeons. Would they started talking. They always go yeah. I don't do don't do bypasses anymore. We don't need don't do really since the statins which of course we also had angioplasties and things like that but but the bottom line has it made a rapid and dramatic difference in the senate's in progression is hard. Do you think the statins are being just like metformin may be over. Oh yeah listen. Everybody gets over down on the exact precision the exact cases this is why doctors judgments need to apply to every single case right once someone has decided it's safe and effective uh-huh useful thing it's still probably overdone and of course you know feldman feldman who was on the show podcast he he wants. Let me off stanton. I i i. I want y'all to why why i'm doing great with it. The knife horrible vascular disease re seventy two three seventy two. You don't feel pain in and i'm on a tiny. I take a half take about a quarter of a vitamin a day tiny bite the piece off and my l._d._l. Which is at best. One hundred one hundred ten goes to seventy but don't you want an l._d._l. That low. I mean we'll be more than that. It just keeps you brain. Well well three question or is it screwed like to saas thrown or something. It could be whereas you do. Do you talk about this on the air. You could say no but whereas you to start your own. It's moderate moderate but it's like four hundred six hundred in that range but but my own opinion is i think kind of high high now. Is that part of my aging that it's down. What is a part of the status gotta. You know where mine mine was sits wrong two hundred if i get the two hundred i'm doing great. That's crazy well yeah. It's been like that ever since my cancer thing and yes never come back my my. I'm surprised my jumps around which is why we don't have specific target levels to sasha because they for the for population. They're all all over the place right for a given individual. They're all over the place but i you know maybe something to be concerned about. I don't know who knows that the restaurant of the the stat i'm okay. I'm going to get a calcium score soon and it will will sort of revisit at that. I want to come back in when you calcium there. I wanna see where you are. You're very pragmatic as a as a doctor you're open to but i but i have to go with where i have evidence basis in the practice right. I'm not trying to convince you. I'm saying what's your opinion on the doctor at the end of the movie. That's basically i mean i know it was twenty six years ago twenty seven years ago but basically saying that he had an exhausted all the medical treatments for the kid with with having four hundred seizures a month and they hadn't even recommended commended this diet which had been proven to cure thirty-three percent. What what is what is that about certain certain one study that had that kind of outcome right does not create a practice right right and so here's a neurologist who has certain standards hander theft to write lie exhausted those standards now you move into exotica of interventions that are not standard of care hair right that are just sort of their literature out there that suggestive this might be useful. Well i want to interject there because in this particular case that already and he done one brain surgery on this sixteen month okay and getting ready to do another one i listen and that's when jim went in and just ran into this article what could two days on a diet hurt kid and why not try it before you go open the kid again right and they could have did they object to it. No whoa he he says in a movie goes well. We had a lot of other things we could try. I like opening up the brain of going kit skull inside. I i think john's hopkins was the only place in the country. That was actually doing it from what i understand the diet yeah because it was not yet standard young yeah. I'm i'm sympathetic to doctors because like i said my grandpa my whole life he's a great doctor and he was one of the first people ironically to tell me you should try. This atkins atkins thing when i was young and overweight and he he said don't do the two weeks of cheating. Don't just do it don't cheat every two weeks so he and he had heart problems before that <hes> so he was trying in basically an n one experience experiment on himself because he had heart problems that interesting yeah so i was lucky to have if someone like that in my life who taught me that stuff and he came from a very pragmatic point of view in wasn't you know he practiced until he was ninety crazy so crazy but if that judgment that this judgment judgment is so keen to my dad that to some of that thankful for it was your dad dr yeah. I didn't know that he had very good judgment super judgments where i learned that whole process and i think i have that too. I think there's one of the things i like about you is that you don't just go. Here's the deal this is you with me yelling at you for two years and it finally went down. Let we give this a shot. Let's see what happens. Someone gets cancer. You don't just say well. We have the cure for that. You're part of it. Too was things with diet though this sort of a special phenomenon which has yet to be stopping smoking. You're ready and readiness is kind of a weird thing. I mean i would not when i was when i made the decision i was ready. I was ready. That's let's go yeah and i've been thinking about it. The way change occurs in humans right there stages to it this pre contemplative blade contemplative planning execution maintenance thankfully in the maintenance phase which is quite easy with this particular diet yeah. Yes ah except for your wife. She came and she goes. It's expensive eighty. That was gonna lead. You brought that up. That is the one drawback of this thing. This is not for the average person the sits. I see you're eating out a lot like i was. It's i'm saving because you eat a hamburger. Regularly and hamburgers are great sources yeah and eh cheap for two people for my fiance and i it's twenty to twenty four dollars where ralph's oh so we do that to buy raw meat and <hes> <hes> and it's like i'm usually we go out to dinner like we were two three times a week. I think out to dinner at twenty four dollars or whatever now yeah sorry but it still is. It's it's still costly but it's not a super expensive. It is not just you know if people are going to have probably plant based diet cape maintain maintain mueller's fruits and vegetables fresh. It's also very costly it is to do anything right is not cheap anymore. It's kind of the problem in this. This might upset vinny. I don't think it well but matter right talked about the vegan. Diet is besides the meat is almost exactly the keita genyk diet like like if you're if you're following it. I mean it's nuts vegetables fruit some fruit. It's basically a key a vegan diet until you add the meet so it really comes down to a morality thing which i i'm i get it. I don't like the idea of well i had. I had a farm the farm babe in here. She convinced vince me that things were not as bad as as you should listen to her as it was persuasive. What's your name won't carry. You didn't think she was persuasive. I thought she made sense to may. Maybe you made sense. Maybe i was disposed as she made sense but i wasn't it felt like there was a giant sidestep and then she started talking about something else that you were cool with but it didn't feel like to me like she was addressing the thing her name's michelle miller who work in that though in the farm in that that industry must here they must get so much. Just i guess for lack of a better term fake news about what they do exactly what she was saying. It's like for me. It's like if i'm going to eat meat. Eat all what i bought. I'm not wasting any of of it and that's really important point to that the animal if there's gonna be animal sacrifice it every bit of it gets eaten those of you who are interested three eighty three. Go decide it for yourself on my show at one time i'm recognizing who she is and you'll talk with a kid or some kind of lawsuit at some point or something not that i'm aware you know people coming after her sort of maybe that's it. I think she got into it later. I think her husband in toronto. She was not a farmer. She married a farmer and and kanye the world and went. Oh my god this is not what i thought it was. They weren't married. They're married now though right oh that there might eventually that they you know this is this is something that's getting attacked and it's not right and i would have advocates behalf and just very smart and you present it and it made me feel. Maybe i'm being maybe have you have delusional. Have you ever had peter beller stat on your show. I don't think so he. He's a guy you know he you know he's talked about ruminants and how we're messing up the earth thin cows are really not the problem. We need cattle. We need ruminants and the whole thing very interesting guy. I've shared the stage with them. All over the place you know because we're on that same kind of circuit and there's a lot of guys like bella stat out there talking about the same thing kevin photon and if you've ever had him on your show yeah pitcairn yeah he brought brought us the strawberry. Yes yes how we found michelle mill. That's right okay yeah 'cause he. Started getting crushed and social. You kevin fault ayso gets hammered. Yeah you know that's why all of us we but on the same day you know going back to me because i'm here yeah one day one day five or six or seven years ago i i was on wikipedia and i was like whoa how did this happen and by the way everything here seems correct <hes> wow interesting and over the years it got bigger and bigger and bigger and then one day my social media guy called goes. You're not on wikipedia anymore weird and i'm like really well and it turns out. Dr eric westman wrote the new concern you you. He calls me. He goes you you realize that you and i got taken off of wikipedia on the same day and it turns out three or four other guys they just removed us from wikipedia and then they put us something called rationale wicky and rational wicky as a matter of fact my attorney i told my attorney wait until we don't have anything else going on and then we're going to go after them consume but they put this whole thing about me and rational wicky that has nothing to do with me while calling me a whack job and others but myself you know eric westman folder all all of us. You know it's it's like the whole internet is conspiring against his at some point. It's this whole weird thing before before i got into making this. I never thought that people would be this rabbit about what you eat and beyond the moral thing that i get some people won't eat animals because of that. I don't know why anybody cares what you know. It's it's weird and i think it's the loss in my opinion. I think it's the long term loss so things like religion. Yeah i agree. I mean people need sunday. It's bigger than them. I agree if you if you are a fan of twitter at you know a little bit about him. You know if you're corolla show listener. I i highly recommend going to read this rational wicky whoever this looks like it was written by an angry thirteen year old girl uh-huh because bad. Can you read a piece of it d- mind vinnie quarter inch is an american fitness trainer cholesterol denial est broadcaster and provide and proponent a vitamin wou. He operates the angriest trainer podcast that often features conspiracy theories and low carb fanatics who reject conventional medical advice. That's that's one one of the more mild passages cholesterol like it's the holocaust denial item now that i that it exists and by the way you know my my show hasn't been called the english trainer podcast in seven years. It's been called fitness confidential podcast yet. They went back and found something with the word angry senate <unk>. Just you know i think they they got their way by saying you were going to hurt people yeah. That's how they got their way and <hes> we'll see how history feel about them. The three day feldman's twitter's if you wanna see cutting art cutting cutting edge on the science as it's being reconsidered. There's there's gonna be some. There's gonna be some <hes>. Bring you know <hes>. What's it called when you have synthesis is going to be some synthesis of all of this. It's gonna it'd be interesting. I keep waiting every year when the world health organization gets together. I keep waiting for him to finally go okay. The jig is up. It's some it's gonna be something synthetic. Though it's not going to be all one way or the other they're never gonna die. They've been trying to back out a room slowly every year and they're not moving fast. The truth is though is a lot of people are are supposedly trying kito but they're not really doing. They're they're having the sugar free stuff and thinking they're doing. It and they're still unhealthy for some again. We're going to have we're going to be dialing in individual biology is much more than we do. At this point number one and number two the sugar googlers story. The carbohydrates dory has yet to really be told in the medical community to be to be telling us not quite right to be positioning it in our recommendations a little more prominently and think it's a better way to say it and you see peter before wrapping up no so what are they going to say absolutely vinnie. I'm good. It's common common county one week win. This is coming out this issue probably out now this you know the show the documentaries documentaries visit tuxedo amazon fitness confidential apple podcast pure vitamin club pure coffee club and i can't thank you for the coffee comes regulating. 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News minute after he and first lady melania trump visited the those hospitalized following the el paso shooting the lead twenty two people dead president trump met with police and first responders we went to the hospital came from the hospital. We were there a lot longer than we were anticipated to be. It was supposed to be just a fairly quick. We met with numerous people we met with also the doctors the medical staff. They have done an incredible job earlier today. Trump visited dayton ohio where nine people were killed early sunday morning democrats including some running for president denounced trump for his rhetoric former vice president joe biden telling a crowd in iowa offers. No moral leadership seems to have no interest in unifying this nation no evidence the presidency has awakened is conscience in the lease. A recent pew poll finds a majority of those question trump has changed the political debate for the worse. I'm tim maguire.

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And don't forget to use the promo code podcast wine bet online dot a._g. Your online sportsbook experts recorded live at corolla. One studios with adam corolla doc in board certified physician and addiction medicine specialist dr drew pinski. You're listening to the atom and dr drew show them around. Everything's good but actually deuce men. Maybe whether thing inside now you went to meet new kettle of fish there were different now hold kettle of fish. It's now you don't meet matt. Drop drive when i do you. Do i wanna thank <hes> but your box lifelock blitz tv truecar for sponsoring the show drew. What are you thinking about. I'm still thinking about the the losses incurred last couple of weeks last week. Jesus howard john was something john ferriter was our agent longtime ago and somebody i had not had a lot of contact with recently so it didn't strike me as much howard somebody i've been with talked to every day and his rough rough and he dried dramatically to. I don't the divulge confidence but it was really dramatic sudden thing interesting guy that i had a had a streak in him. <hes> i've said to these guys. I've said to matt anyone here. I've said whatever you do. You'll do it to yourself and i don't think anyone really knows what i'm talking about. But howard who i like personally did a few things to himself professionally that we're just sort of weird calorie burners that i never really understood but many people have that gene and i never really i never i it's way more prevalent than than <hes> i would assumed like when i was young. I wouldn't have adults. Adults have a many many people. I know professionally and beyond adults have a kind of weird weird. I'm going to shoot myself in the foot kind of wiring sabotage and howard johnson remember many years ago when me and jimmy were his clients he booked us. We had some gig and the the gig was <hes> doing a award show in vegas and we're booked at the hotel but the top five floors were the four seasons and we're heading up the elevator and we were getting off on the fourteenth thirteen florida the whatever hotel and howard went see suckers and we're you going because i got myself booked on to the four seasons up top like i told the manage i told whoever produced this show i'm staying at the four seasons have fun in your you know your your plain brown wrapper rooms or i haven't. I remember jimmy not going. Why did he do that like he could have just went to the it could have went to the top got into the hotel and we wouldn't have known i would know assuming assuming just staying where we're staying on the fourteenth sixteenth howard beyond the ninety or whatever i didn't know he'd finagled his way basically told the producers i need the four seasons my clients not so much and if you're wired like a guy like jimmie and me but especially jimmy that kind of stuff gets stuck stuck in his crawl. You know what i mean and i get the whole. I get the part of life where it's like. I had a money manager and he was embezzling and i found out six years later and he took two point seven minutes. I get that because he's this is unnecessary. This is many people do it many the people there's different versions of it but many people do that thing where they volunteers something although do it and then the people walk away going what the hell was that about and then and then it puts it it starts something then you start going down a path. You don't wanna go down but you're the first one to take the step down the path. What is that in adult. I've always thought about that moment but also i don't think it's connected to intelligence or anything. It's just some some people. Many people have that wiring. I it's usually self sabotage isn't it and and i don't understand self sabotage but a lot of people cannot god help. It's appetites themselves well. Let's see if we can drill down a little lamb before i i wanna be clear. He met a lot to me. Great guy never never had any anything negative to say. He's been sick for a while. Yeah i liked our i was. I was curious. Who's a lot like my dad a lot figure but literally like my life. I have this thing many people have it <hes> <hes>. I don't know it doesn't serve them is kind of a thing that i find interesting many people another example of it. Maybe i can drill a little deeper with with with somebody doing the same what you're talking about. I know guys like ray sort of have a you know in a in a more straightforward kind of away is it. Is it one upsmanship from when they were younger kind of thing but ray never needed that it's hard to tell it's just a way of hurting their cause a little bit and they don't really know it to that sounds like they may know it. I don't i don't know sabotages always unconscious or so well. I don't help myself by speaking my mind constantly about everything. It doesn't help my career but it's not self sabotage appetizing. I'm i'm giving you my answer i- i refuse to not somebody asked me who's funnier men or women i go men. I don't go well. Well now. Hold on i just now that self savage that sabotage of the career but they don't know that we define it a self sabotage gosh right because it's an answer to a question rather than giving information you weren't asked for didn't need to give yeah. I mean everyone says things. I've i've said many things i might careers not been helped by many things i've said but not that and i've found that quality quality in many people adults intelligent professionals just sort of just there and i don't know why it's always i've always thought about that exchange and wonder why they do that. The the best i can sort of frame it and i don't i know that this is necessarily true but it's an idea i have which is that the sort of a disconnect between like values and goals and motivations thing they don't connect them up and so they they're motivated to get something they want and <hes> and their goal is to show it to somebody else so so they could enjoy with them but the values are screwed up because it's like hey that's your client. You didn't take into consideration how it's going to be perceived from a value how you standpoint and found your values right certa like these things aren't lining up somewhere and you end up sabotaging yourself well you have this thought that that's the guy you want <music> out putting the screws to the producers of the war show to get you into the four seasons not that right and so now you've created this schism in ed ed as much as anything. It's perspective taking right. He doesn't able to take your perspective on what he was saying only his perspective so in kind of way. It's sort of narcissism awesome right. I feel i feel i feel the exact same way and this seems to be an old way of thinking and i feel that same way when people don't lie like when they're they're gonna miss work and you go. Why can't you be here monday and they go. Bonner is four days and i go. Just tell me you're sick. 'cause it's values goals motivation all kind of screwed up. I think it's not able to perceive how they're being preceded by you. I am maybe generational thing but we all remember alexandra paul yeah from bay marriott news big argument. I don't remember that oh come on seminal. She was supposed to come in tobaiwa until love line from watch on baywatch yeah few short the sensible on the b. cup and she was gonna come on and she stiffed us which i didn't mind more my time for me but her excuse was she was training for a marathon or some event of that nature right. I remember that and she said i can't come in because i have to get up early and after jog doc right and i remember thinking well first off. How many times have you drew or me. Drew like done this thing until midnight and went home and then bid on a flight at l._a._x. L._a._x. I come on suck it up and by the way you're jogging. It's an i don't know that you need to set your alarm at five to jog but i all all sign off on you. Gotta get up and you have to jog my problem with her is. She should have just said. I'm not well. I have a stomach flu or something. I'm not feeling doing what do you imagine me seeing her jogging that morning and yelling a ha. We're way less than forty percent but but what would you imagine set her up to say that what what made it comfortable her say that there's too i i have noticed that there's kind of a through line with those people and high. I self esteem. I have noticed that the people that are willing to just say to you. Oh yeah i don't wanna do your podcast dr of the hill all right more important. Those people are like my shit doesn't stink people versus the man hey i'd love. I'd love to be a part of it but i got a stomach flu going on all on the phone. Now it kind of feels like too much success too easily or something you know what i mean. It's like to put out. I have to worry too. I it certainly it certainly this it certainly this empathy the ability to sort of swap roll well. That's what if i was just telling you i don't wanna do your show because i got something else. I wanna do instead. That's different. That's the nurse right right so how do you how would you perceive that what it what if we just flipped the script and this person was saying yeah like do your show but i got jog. You know you get all burnt out from talking and then you've got a job the next day that's rough you pull up lame and first couple blocks. We got into this big argument because my argument was fine train for your marathon but lie to me just cultivate your public and then they get into this thing where they go you want me to lie now. Now you want me to lie. I don't lie. It's kinda lila if your wife gets a haircut. It doesn't look that good but hey. I don't lie but but i also don't do apathy right which one's worse right yeah. I don't <hes> i'd rather first off lying in and of itself is not a crime and lying lying. Yes without justification is the problem yet lying to sort of like speeding like this it says sixty five and he was doing seventy seven on an empty free weight night who cares you know what i mean through a school zone different little little different situation much like little lie to your kids about what they need or what you did or what you don't do do what you can do or whatever that is i mean do you know how many parents chip at a cigarette and they just go out at night and they stand out on the patio and they smoke half a cigarette in the comeback in the house and that's that's a lie. You're not doing it in front of your kids or whatever it is or you. Don't excuse me i'm gonna smoke cigarette. Come back they do it. It's a lie but it's is not ally or when the cop pulls you over you explain oz. Turn around and go get my driver's license. Pull the u-turn to go get a bottle of wine like my grandmother did yes these are all lies technically actively technically. It's fine. Everyone does it. A certain amount of it like i said haircut looks good on your boss. That's fine. That's fine that that are otherwise you. It becomes a jim carey movie. Oh i can't lie right and to to be fair. I mean lies consequences and they do accumulate if you're somebody who has problems ah with lying that's a different deal thousand times on shit over the hill on a crowded day. I don't go matt calm and tell them i. I don't feel like driving to where they are so forget it. I go live for me. It was just home up traveling and we're gonna reschedule so i don't see dick yes. Yes and i never listened to anybody but man. I'm lying but it's fine for them. Here's no ally lifelock a database belonging to chinese smart home devices. This company was left exposed and they have more than two billion logs containing everything from user passwords to account reset codes compromised. Look we all love the internet. We all wanna use the internet. 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That's promo code adamant lifelock dot com or one eight hundred lifelock for ten percent off. What i'm saying. Drew is remember very of thirteen and my friend had a kid brother seven years old or something and i don't know there's some heavy set woman you know oh. I don't know she was made or something but at like at some point she was just going to sit down on like the dining room chair and that six or seven year world little brother said like delia. You're so fat you're going to break the chair and everyone's like oh god but like he was just speaking like he was speaking like. It's no filter well. She's a fat woman and break the chair matter of fact. I'm saying that's kinda. Alexander pauley with us us and love lives. I think it's just like why aren't you going to be there because i want to jog in the morning all right. So what do we tell them. You're canceling your appearance. What do we tell them did. She claim that she couldn't lie. I'll just tell my now just what i'm saying. No she by the way. I don't have any beef with like she's. I remember big. Blush told you know what i'm saying is here. I love i love okay. I'm going to see each other but okay. The is here in india they don't do nato. It'll be over well over a year since you've seen her last think about it. I'll let you think about in europe the actual god if we had kazoo from towns it'd be two thousand fourteen the autumn of two two thousand fourteen okay all right. Just listen to me listening kilter when you say to these these people what if you were canceling on letterman or leno what would you say. Would you say i have to jog the next morning they go. Oh no no of course not you okay now. We're we're getting somewhere right. This is my when i tell people to do stuff and they don't do it and i forgot <hes> <hes>. Would you have done it for ten thousand dollars after i would've done for ten it's like okay well now. We've established a baseline. You would do motivational priorities. I already have my friends. You would do it for letterman and you do it for leno. You're not doing it for us so now there is your wear head that you're not a motivational priority mr korla aw thank you yes song saying or the people never do anything but if you go would you have done it for ten thousand fuck yeah deal for ten bucks i also now. Here's what i'm saying to the person who's not getting done whatever they would have gotten done for ten thousand dollars or alexander paul who would not tell johnny carson or jay leno that i'm jogging. I can't make the show but would say here would would tell loveland. Don't have two moats. Just have the one out said the one where lying just line or if you're gonna if you're gonna do your thing do your thing without the ten thousand bucks right too. Many modes people have too many different modes well. There's a part of your brain that sets your motivational priorities. <hes> and it is it it is a is a scale i it's from you know from bumblebee to mountain lion. You know what i mean terms of fair or or for whatever the motivation is i gotta get outta here. I gotta get away from this or these are all meta motivations right. I would argue that you shouldn't have that a bigger range like you should just have stuff you doing steffi down deal socially now just in general just have stuff if you do stuff you don't deal but not stuff you would do somebody paid you to do it or wouldn't do or not gonna do when people aren't looking you know what i mean just like having correct so so you're talking about like about ethical and moral behavior you're talking about. You should issue. It's universal moral imperative. You behave always in the way the behavior of somebody's watching in your centrally. I'm e- well. I'm kind of saying this yes. I am saying that. I'm also saying workout for forty five minutes a day not not because you're doing a calendar shoot at the end of the month just because that's what you do you have that being that moat don't don't need the threat of you're gonna get your bathing suit. Just just have a wide range. Yeah just have a have a pattern that you do treat rich people and poor. People people both like shit. That's my that's my grandpappy tongue jeff thirty four from denver a hey adam docker too good at it at all it's going on. I've got a relationship crashing. I know you answered probably a million over the years. Just it's not right to it. <hes> dating a girl that's a bit younger than me and <hes> she's expressed a lot of insecurity and it's come about and in a way that i would call all these interrogates me over very bright called trivial things <hes> she didn't therapy comes from kind of a broken family and the real question listen. I've got is knowing you guys experienced. Insist something she can work through or is this something that's kinda. Be there the rest of gilda specific ater later specific example twenty six <hes> specific example like you're right now <hes> so i've been gone for a little bit and <hes> hitting the trail head and i'll probably be late getting home when i get home. I will have to show her my phone as you like where i want <hes> jill. Thanks thinks that i was at another girl's house so still think so cons or something up in her head <hes> so constantly take my own goes to it. I mean i am being a little hyperbolic here. Yeah concerning harold yeah. Here's the deal does she have abandonment in her life absolutely got alcoholic father absentee mom yes oh there but so the great concern is that she will sabotage this relationship because she can't tolerate closeness for fear that you're going to leave her so she makes that happen. I that's the big riskier so it really would be smart for her to get some therapy well she is. She's getting that and like. I said my my real kind of nuts and bolts thing. You got experience. I he's he's a great girl and and you know has the greatest kind of has that drive this where you know. She works through therapy for x. Amount is high and there really isn't a curial change or something. That doesn't really manifest. I like that you're in denver on a mountain bike. Because that's the way i picture everyone can call trail head so good so let me ask questions in terms of therapy like there's you know there's forced by the state right to attend mandatory drug and whatever and good therapy naga therapy volition therapy. I mean there's a i have a problem and i like the work on it. How did she come. How did you get into therapy. Yes hundred percent the ladder. I am a big fan. Actually you guys and guys like peterson stuff like that so he has a real real want okay so a look that re- that's the first step you threaten to leave her unless she went to a therapist and now she she sits there with their arms folded and doesn't talk you know that that fuck that if she is active in history in her treatment that's a good dang. I would explain to her. That part of being active is not checking your cell phone when you come home on days. She's not in the therapists off. I would like to what kind of therapy she's getting to the crash on. I think it's behavioral therapy. I don't think cvt worked so well for this. What would you recommend. I'm an like emotionally focused therapy. <hes> attachment oriented therapy were were 'cause. She's got abandonment issues. He needs to recreate an attachment therapist so then she you can translate that to the world and <hes> that's concerning. That'd be a big important piece of this and if it is c._b._t. One of the things you can do is go and with her and correct thinking with therapist about you <hes> but i'm not sure that's the right thing for her right now. It's just all i'm saying so. It's a good dot. I ah jeff you sound good. She sounds like she will be good and it's got to be an ongoing. You'll be helpful thing yeah. Of course i was traumatized as a youth with because my mom wouldn't abandon the family was rough. She was there yeah appraisal. Extra need actual abandonment. There would have been nice if he actually became the king the road hit the road should confront her. That's always unsatisfying that goes but i could just sit down and go mom wishy left fact that you never laughed it really troubling traumatizing my sister'd walk in the room and be like she he's still here. We'll end your sisters left. She took matters into her own. That's right that's right but but my mom and the real the real reason i resent her. She never abandon and in the family yeah yeah. She stuck around <hes> feeding you that grape nuts whole wheat pasta very dramatic rate. It's you'll given for grain nuts. You know many parts of the pine cone or edible. Thanks old faulk. You've ruined my childhood christ. Hope you'll give you never did describe what part i hope that guy's fucking eaten by kodiak bear aw fuck that guy who was that guy i know right look it up and see if the i actually was just an actor of the <unk> outdoorsman and early health food advocate crepe nuts the worst thing you can find me a great. That's commercial one thousand nine hundred seventy five. Uh some pasta edible here comes stalking the crap many consider an expert on natural foods like cat tailed. Yes they're edible. I look for natural ingredients in my food. That's why grape not part the breakfast wholesome cereal made from wheat and barley. These naturally reuser baked into crunchy nuggets mortified with eight is adams fortify. Naturally sweet taste reminded me a with with four schrager. 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That's what the scientists were so the government scientists same people that are explaining what's going to happen with climate change or what's going to happen with everything else. All the scientists scientists what what happened to those scientists they they'd worked all this shit out then. They gave us a fucking food pyramid. That was upside down. That's what all the scientists came up with. This whole notion of like scientists say like they do. Their scientists have been wrong about everything my entire life and not so much to do with space but just about everything else. They've been wrong on notion of like oh. Here's what the experts sir saying the the homeless experts the scientists nutrition of they've been wrong the whole fucking time this great <music>. I'm not vinnie but i can tell you he would not be happy but you eating a bowl of grape nuts every morning those for sure it did fare. These are not science. This isn't scientists nor science. Thank these are your this government trying at or marketing. You know trying to cram something up our ass but they're selling it as science right. It's like they're selling the science of secondhand smoke. Science is a language of math not speaking mantha not speaking site and by the way it's constantly changing what's in grape nuts justin case when vinnie lessons he how much sugar throwing up. I don't think it's a ton of sugar eggert tweeted. I recall now. It's not very sweet. No tastes like shit tastes like shit but i remember them covering sugar. Maybe no no no shoulder point. If your mom brought home grape nuts you'd have to bust off a break of sugar on top of it like the only way you could eat. It is piling sugar on top of it. It's probably true. I hi la fine gael. Find the box i was. We can't read it from here gary. You're going to have to read the ingredients us. Excusable givens sorry ingredients or you want. 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It's just one of those things and most men pass through this phase now. Some history is different or more grievous or more whatever fine but it's really not about that. It's way more about you than you really. We know and you certainly then you feel and there's a kind of an element to it. There's sort of a bad dream element. Which is it doesn't really exists because it happened. It's done you can physically tell the difference between someone who had a million partners zero partners. You know so doubt now. There's an element where you go. May this may have a venereal disease or something of that nature because of an active sexual past. That's a sort of a concrete element. If you are a pass that and you figure that out and that's fine then you simply just go turn the page just moving forward like that's it now if they're going back and hooking up with old boyfriends or something then that's something else as well. If this is something that happened before you showed up just treat it like a new house. You're moving into whatever argument whatever whatever sex whatever anything took place in that house before you got the keys none of your business. It's an ancient motivational system from our evolutionary heritage where the only way we could be assured word of paternity or you're passing our genes forward and not caring for somebody. Else's jeans was literally protect the the opening right. Make sure no one else got in there. It's it's it's an old primitive nonsensical kind of impulsive motivational priority. It's around when you're young particularly in. It's it's not good and it goes away way every month. You're on the planet decreases yeah a little bit all right. Let me tell you about truecar. Every cars gotta story. How about your story. What about out your car. What's the story with your car. 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#955 Invisible Currency

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

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#955 Invisible Currency

"Thanks for listening to the atom and Dr drew show on podcast one. The you ac- to embroi- lag and lag. We would. In this. Hey, we have. We've. We've been Alexa, play Arianna 'Grande. Okay. Zahn music voices. All you need get tens of millions of songs. Download the Amazon music app. Today. We hit podcast things world found a new home on podcast one gun Linnea practice for the ship. World traveler offer an alcoholic this Zine. Lamb Frey is well learned the art of embracing a good time as reviews, the best attractions and destinations on the globe. So we went to black market liquor bar. That's what I remember check out jeans world every Tuesday on podcast one or wherever you get your favorite podcasts. Recorded live at Corolla one studios with Adam Corolla and board certified physician and addiction medicine specialist. Dr drew Pinski. You're listening to the atom and Dr drew show. Yeah. Get it on got to get on the bigger. Benton. All right, drew skein on that meat diet too. And I choke down these audit out bars sometimes between if I ever start choking. It's this kind of do the Heimlich O'Hare the doctor. I'm just warning. If you see me grabbing my neck immediately Heimlich I wanna thank lifelock dot com, promo code, Adam, truecar dot com Kyi Daration, download TV and your favorite devices. One thank them for sponsoring the show. All right drew last show. You're talking about this sort of divide and the country being fractured and Lonzo. Ways were fragmenting and falling apart. And the fact that the the thing that held us together was his common idea. This country is founded on an idea that was actually the founding idea was the declaration of independence Almeida created equal. That was the regional idea. And then a constitution of federalist constitution that you know, was a was a brilliant document that no one seems interested anymore because they were created by a bunch of elitist slave owning old white guys whose privilege was clouding their ability to do something just. Yeah. And so now, everyone is off somewhere and saying things that are unrealistic and bizarre asking for things that are unrealistic, but are the states have evolved in these different cultures where they're not recognizable anymore, right? And not recognizable. There. Not recognizable as American they're becoming something else. The app. All right. Well, let me I let me give you thoughts. Yeah. I did. I gave I gave love to the sponsors. I got a question for Matt maybe mantle come back in here. Help me sort out a little paperwork here. Our see what you have. But. I think I may want one extra spot either way. So let me even my thoughts. And it's not exactly spot on exactly what you were. I won't address. Exactly what you are talking about. But I will say I will say all right. This is. All right. Okay. Well, I will address something. A couple of things that are going on. And I notice it at my house, but I think we can can see it all nationally, micro or macro, go first problem. Money is invisible now. So it's no longer money. Does know when somebody goes specie? Yes, no coin. So when when when Bernie Sanders go look someone's pay for college you pay for college pay for your healthcare magic. When you look when a woman gives birth in Norway. She gets a year off work now husband gets six months off work. And I'm so you start you're talking about these ideas, and there's no actual physical. Now. It used to be pelts. So it's like, hey, you don't just fucking giveaway. Pelts I had to go fucking chase that L down the fucking river for two days. And that's why I got the Pell I'm not giving it to someone goes. Break off a piece your pal shower. But the guy doesn't go wasn't share fuck away. I'm fucking almost killed myself chasing that fucking l like it's a big deal think how much easier it is. Put the credit card down for the gym membership. They automatically take out thirty three bucks a month. You haven't gone and four months, it doesn't it doesn't count. If you had to go to the gym if they said, what's the gym membership, the gym memberships thirty three bucks a month ago? It's an automatic debit from your credit card or whatever. It's easy not to go. But if you had to walk in once a month with a bunch of cash and give it to them, and then leave again, you'd fuck and get your acid at GM or you'd cancel it. Or whatever you do something right now magin you're kind of one step removed from the guys chasing the pelts up the river. Meaning you might be the spouse that's not working and everything's on a credit card and everything sort of taken care of so to speak or the kids. Hey, can we go to Amazon and order the bub-bubba? It's like we're not talking about money like you. And I used to talk about money when we were growing up your way, your dad talked about money or the way my dad didn't talk about money, but he he let his wallet own talk fucking, no money. Like it wasn't. It was not easy now. It's easy. Money is invisible. It just sort of is around. And it's just it's so when you have to chase an animal through wooded area and spirit and skin it and cut it, and that's your pelt. That's a pretty valuable thing. You've just earned yourself. You are not near and by the way, nobody's getting elected by showing up and going. Hey, these guys got all these pelts here to break off some give it out of these guys pelts over here like that. That's not a starter with the guys chase to pelts them. But now everything's just oh, the the the we got direct deposit your paycheck goes right here right near account. Then you have a credit card. You just take that debit card. You take the money out of thing even touch cash anymore. So you lose sight of currency you lose sight of gravity. Now, that's nodding vigorously you mixed this fucking invisible currency. Yeah. Everyone will be rudderless when the currency has no no grabbing meeting. No, meaning no grabbed. No. Meaning then run this sit around and go like, where's my shit? I don't have my car. Where's my college? Where's my healthcare? Where's my I I need? I need three months off a year for vacation like where where where where because it's invisible. Of course, you can give someone in their mind. It's much easier to give someone something that's invisible rather than I have. He's old. The blooms you know, what? I mean, I had to go. I I'd to get these pearls by holding my breath for ten minutes diving and dangerous see, and then I pull them up. And now, I got these pearls lie can't say to you. Hey, man, spread the wealth. You're sound the fucking ocean all day or chasing of? Fucking elk or mining like literally panning for gold lit. I'm gonna sit by the river all fucking Danes this pain met you listening. That's a hard. What we do here is. It's like. Curing. It's like hunting elk with our bare hands. No. But when I have dare you. When I got seven bucks an hour for digging ditches, I saw everything through the lens of one our ditch ticket lightly went what what that's in medicine. Sustain way, you get thirty five dollars for unbelievably stressful work. Yeah. When I crime, no it is. It's what I remember going like, I get seven dollars an hour. They take fucking taxes out. I think I'm making five bucks an hour after taxes and Friday night read a Barnaby, I give me an Amstel that'd be five dollars. That's an hour an hour and a whole it's an hour and a whole for one Amstel light. I don't know if I want that Amstel light millennials are missing that very piece. Okay. So there's that part. There's the invisible currency part. And again. Now that I do a podcast and the money's invisible. I'll go the barn. You gimme Amsoil. I'll give you two visible now. Pull on my credit card put on the tap run a tab, but when you were found twenty year old girl, and you said giving a line I'm thinking, well, that's another that's an hour and a whole now or we're going to have to work this out here have to blow me after I give you this Amstel light, or whatever whatever it is customer. Whatever it is. It's not as easy as eight Grammy. One. You've got one two. Yeah. Okay. So money's invisible. That's a big issue. Other part is this sort of virtual world pot meets big screen TV's meets air conditioning meets fort nine meats, hand held stuff. Handheld stuff meets. I don't need to go out. Chase anything or do anything or being? It's all just sort of coming to me. And if the internet ever goes down, I'm pissed because not coming in real time. I got an. Issue. I mean, the notion that I used to get up in the morning to my truck cross my fingers and turn the key. Hope the fucking thing started. And now, you're holding something the size of pack of cigarettes streaming football game. And if it gets interrupted for millisecond you throw shit fit. Now, there's a there's an expectation. Also, you take expectations too, crazy expectation. Where's my free wifi? Where's my free shit? Whereas my free devices for my free everything and now get so much for nothing so much or close to nothing nothing. I mean, that's the the people get pissed repaint stuff on the internet. Right. So you have a whole group of people. They're used to just watching this or getting that. And again, I do believe it's not talked about people talk about the dangers of the internet and the dangers of Google big tack and all that kind of stuff and Facebook, and Twitter and all the communication all the digital stuff. But they're not talking about the money. Talking about the invisible digital and and again so much for free the deuce that TV show which watch watch that yet. So good. It's just it's just digs into the seventies. Disgusting because after but at the video starts coming into the porn industry. And this guy comes in and goes, we're going to charge seventy five bucks for each of these films in these stores are opening stores where people are selling pornography videos, and this woman goes seventy five dollars from video for our movies guy goes to watch porn of the privacy of your own home. Are you kidding pay anything right for pain free now three, and it's golden place? Hi, I'll tell you something you still might have to pay for a car. Good MS RPM. I noted stands for. But what does it really mean? Same goes for invoice. Let's dealer price can be confusing. Introducing true prize. From truecar know exactly what you'll pay including fees. Excess raise before you get to the dealership. You know, your true price is. 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We keep our our jobs get further away from the money. Like, again, I am a podcast, and then the money gets farther away from money because it's digital little millennials go that days where you just did a job to make a living with though that was the do that anymore. That was dead. Think what you don't do a job that you don't like make a living. If you had to make a living. But what? Well, then there's also this promise in this expectation of what life has to offer. And I mean, we do a lot of and the politicians politicians don't I'm now learning just kinda go where the votes are one hundred percent. What's expedient? That's right. And so that is going to go. Nobody should be left behind and everyone should have a world class education, and everyone should have world class access to healthcare and everyone should have world class access everything. But that again, everyone should have their own dirigible good. My work is done here. Like, it's not gonna work. I don't know how. And by the way, I need you to talk about how you're going to facilitate that not explain how things should be. How it's going to we all want it the should 's. But hey to get there, you you would be the world's worst structural engineer because you would just stand in Tiburon and look at the other coast or the before the Golden Gate Bridge is there and say, it should be sturdy and should be able to carry two thousand cars an hour, and it should be building under two years. And then you leave and then someone goes, whoa. How are we gonna do this? Go told you told you it should be brain. But who's going to drive the pile Astor's of the pylons into the bay of? Hey, something's wrong with you. Probably you wait a minute racist. You're racist your race, your people. We'll do this. Okay. Well, now, we know is a problem. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, you can't talk about it even. Yeah. So now what? So what so we're drifting as all these pre existing issues where we going. What's happening? Well, how do we expect to hold together? Can't we educate kids again about civics, and federalism ideas? The philosophy. Sweet founded that the idea that founded this country what we're going to do as we're gonna get further and further apart. There's gonna be a handful of people. Like more who understands how things were who understands about work, and there's going to be a larger and larger group of angry people where life isn't working out the way, they'd like it to work out because then they're gonna wear to pay your fair share. I get it. Their system is fucking Cuba, and it doesn't work and it can't work, and it's a sensually. It's a rubik's cube except for it'll never line up. Right. You can twist it as many times as you want. And at some point it's going to be all yellow on the side facing you go. I got it. And now that side's turn it over and your start turning it again. And it's never there is no version wrecked with where it line where lines up. So what happens the rich people are just gonna like moving to like, Texas, and Florida and live in gated communities and everything else could be fucking cluster. Fuck. And that'll be it. It'll just be a bigger and bigger chasm between the haves and the have nuts now never as good all the politicians always be talking about who's in the middle. The won't be anyone in the middle. It'll be like that can't be that is not going to end. Well, no, it's not gonna end. Well, what do you think California is turning into California has the richest people in the world, and the poorest people. I mean, not in the world's heart. It will the rich even the world. Yes. And the poorest people in the United States. It has twenty percent of the people are like under the poverty line. And it has the most billionaires in the world. That's that's California. Maybe not the world. Maybe just in the United States either way. I'll I'll make still make valor. Everything's gonna be like, California. Yes, utopia if you want to run it if you want to run it like, California, if you want to go that way. That's that's what it's going to be. It's going to be like a sort of surf class, and then just elitist sanely rich be they're better way to do it. Yeah. Which is. Well, I think people need is. The truth. Have an education starts with an education. Well, it starts with the families and the families need to hang out race race kids care. Well, that's getting better. That is getting better. I don't know that it's getting better. Well, I've been arguing with people about it for twenty years getting better. But it's also separating in terms of has has not it's getting much better for the haves and somewhat better for that. Well, the politicians that claim to advocate to pay advocates for the pro can families, you assholes, you sanctimonious pranks calling people who are actually calling for family, unity, racists, are creating a wider this their gap. This thank you blew TV. 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You stream also, of course, the new chassis channel Corolla channels down long show five and one I'm talking to you guys trying to get some setup. It's it is Pluto TV. Hey, Alvarado twenty-seven Varo Alvarado. I'll varo. Mistress of the night. Elvira? Is it on your hit? Sorry. I listen to you all since I was like fifteen years old. So it's insane. Be seeking deal right now. We are going on. Yeah. I was going. Well, I remember couple of months back. Adam was talking trash about people. Choose. And now they can't be successful. And I did four years in the navy and now I'm in pilot school about finish with my commercial license. I didn't say they can't be. I've never said people tattoos. Can't be successful. There's way too many people with tattoos or wildly successful. I don't like them because it's just a waste of time waste of money. And I would never personally get one and the whole part where you're expressing your individuality at this point with half the nation possessing twos. I don't feel like there's anything individual about it anymore. But I've never said can't be successful. I look at tattoos the same way look at his guys with cowboy boots. I'm just like all right. So go ahead and waste your money. Be uncomfortable for. But a luck. Okay. What if your boarding your flight with delta any team with the fullest leave welcoming you on board? Does that make any difference at all easiest thing? Oh shit just a lamb. No, obviously, there's there. So ubiquitous now that you could never say, well, I would never fly. I'd never let my daughter date any or I'd never never anything because they're everywhere and you couldn't avoid it. If you had a policy about no drivers with tattoos, and you'd be waiting by curve for the rest of your life. So I don't I my thoughts are. I would love you spending your time in energy on almost anything else. And I would have those thoughts for my children on that being said have guys who worked for me guys. I work with guys I hang out with and so on and so forth that have plenty of tattoos. And I have no problems with them. But it's not something. I wish I there's no there's not a stigma to it. If my son said I want and he would never do it. He would never get a tattoo and the reason never get a tattoo. It's not because I have anything against hat twos. It would just be alerting me. Oh, you like wasting time and money. It's like drew, do you golf? No why not waist. Okay. Do you have things against golfers? Don't understand their many successful guys who go every single president calls. Are you more successful than them? No. All right. But yet you don't go. Would you hope that your son is an avid golfer, not necessarily? No, not at all. Well, he could be president. All right. But if he's not the president, an avid galled, ho. All right. Here's a caveat. If you own the golf course, then you could be a golfer. Right. If you're renting now, so let's Alvarado Alvar. Oh, you being a commercial plant pine I'm in love with the military background. And it's also cultural thing and not a cultural thing, but an age thing most guys under you know, most most guys under thirty half them. We probably would have now not me. I think we might have if we were think about it. Thank you for your service. You play football in high school. Everyone's got to travel. To Matt final air. Yes, sir. If if you find pictures of me when I was twenty I the exact same haircut. I have now that I have in the eighties, and you guys can look and go. As you did a comb over there were there were laws that you had to have this kind of hair, and guess who realized that was stupid. There are also you look at this picture me from nineteen eighty five. And you tell me if my haircut is one eight an inch difference in the middle of the eighties. When guys had mullets and big stuff and do whatever hanging out. We're looking at me leaning against my motorcycle my car. You tell me my hair is changed eight. People go tell you we're here. No in the eighties. Everyone did something you can't find a picture of a chick from the eighties. Didn't have the teased out half. Correct. All right. What is my hair like say, I never dressed any differently. I know you're there. I never wore anything. I was given to me. I've never wore anything differently. I didn't listen to hair bands. I didn't listen to that fucking horrible soft cell and all those other fucking all that horrible music. I listen to John Hiatt. In grand Parker in Elvis Costello and good music in the eighties. I didn't buy into anything. I never had a fucking weird. Phase. I knew it was all shit. I sat around and listen those fucking horrible print songs in the eighties. And I said this fucking is horrible. You're here. It's horrible. And I'd hear all this bad like syndrome using and all the Cinderella hair bans and all this fucking sin. Driven flock Siegel shit. I was like this is fucking retarded. You guys are assholes. And everyone would look at me and go. Hey, man. Get with it with the fucking parachute pants thing. Go horrible decision and history. Not be kind to you. So no, I would have never got a tattoo because I would have deemed it a waste of time and a waste of money, and I would never waste time and money and also I don't know where does it get you. What do you mean? Where's it get you to do all that stuff? It gets you sort of your in your peer culture. I mean, you sort of affected by that. When you're young you don't even aware of it. I was always aware of it. I never anywhere, but people are just in there, especially when they're young. They're it gets it gets into them without even being aware of it. Never me. Yeah. I would've listened to everyone's shitty. Age music. Never did. Deemed it horrible. What happens is you listen to it. And then it becomes part of historical moment that you think about this is reminiscent, by the way. My son is exactly the same as me, he hears all this music. Sounds like he doesn't wanna do it. No. But go out and earn something. Yes. Yes. When this guy gets his commercials, pilot license. That's yes. That's something. I shall I shall bow down. Yes. In front of. All right. Let me see let me tell you about lifelock in the hands of identity. Thief, your social security number could lead to all kinds of problems, be smart, memorize it. Keep the card secure place. Share it only if absolutely necessary and shred any documents with your social security number on it before throwing them out because people go through the garbage and steal your identity. There are so many threats today's connected world. Just takes one weakling for criminals to get in good luck on ringing that bell knew. Lifelock. 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Why would I wear say same way? So so so what I want to get on a second people go. What about you and your cars? I don't drive fancy cars around the street, but I do have super expensive cars. But does the things I've earned those things? I work on things. I enjoy it's not a I'm going to get you to feel this way about me by seeming cart. You can't. Yeah. Yeah. You won't see me in the car drive a regular car. But all right. Sorry. Got so back to the country sort of unraveling fragmenting, and and you you don't think that sort of renewing our federalism somehow or somehow. It's like our federal assist. I, you know, I used to very big on state's rights, and I'm watching the Trump administration handle seems like they're having a lot of stuff back to the states with that. Oh, good. Good. Good. Well, now, I'm like, I'm not sure he should he states recognize them anymore. Well, there's it all has to I told you it's all about everything starts with controlling the language. And once you control the language, then you control, the story, then you control the narrative, then you can get your way, and when it comes to founding, fathers and federalists and all that kind of stuff first things first. Let's start to siding that everything is old this bad, everyone who is old as bad. I mean, I turn on the news routinely now, and I hear these pundits talking to old white guys going. Well, the problem is old white people. I mean, the biggest problem this country has a wipe like you talking old white guy and old white guy. Doesn't raise his hand and go she is me. What if I said that about you, or your culture, whatever it is? I I'd be thrown off the air so routinely old widey. So you start by going old widey, then you go. Oh, yeah. Those guys family five. I mean, the slave older holders, the oppressors, whatever. Okay. So now what we're doing is. We're controlling the language troll the language control. The narrative troll the history of control. They start changing the history. And now. Sure you wanted me to listen to the founding fathers. These are the founding slave owners or old white rich guys. So how much we supposed to listen to these guys? Right. So now, okay. Moving on. We've rushed remedy. This proud who apps. We don't have to go back and as federal crap these were racist right moving forward. But that's why we're starting to fragment though, we have nothing unifying us. Maybe we need a new myth or something new founding something also everybody's getting away from religion, which is fine. If you're me, but if you everyone else, you need it because there's a void that's created by the lack of religion and that void needs to be failed. And it is getting filled. You see the most hysterical people on the planet are the least religious people on the planet. It used to be this Derek Lewis nut jobs and the raptors coming. We're going up on top of the mountain where their folding chairs to read over waiting for the floods common. Frog star falling from sky. Now, the most historic are the eighth ius they've removed religion in to fill the void. When you remove religion. It's not like well now, there's just a vac. There's nothing there. No, this starts rushing. Everything this hysteria starts rushing in is definitely hysteria. You turn on MSNBC CNN or whatever. And you hear the most hysterical nutjob on that's on those station times. What if you got twenty five of those people? None of them are church on on Sunday. Religion is gone. This is the new religion interesting. Yep. Got all that to look forward to the rapture. Look forward to the rapture. He did bring religion back. Bring -cation bag bring federalism bag, very popular stuff. Hey, you're old and your score. Where I'm getting a tattoo moving on the problem. 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#952 Adam & Jesus

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#952 Adam & Jesus

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It's going under his, hey, you know, I use your buck slips, very sparingly, very respectful to expensive the each and every one of these are, so I I write in the margins on once you've already used, but I found a note about me on one of the one of them factor. Drew phone that talking about true. I may be was making a note. Let's see hollowing hunt with silly string. My hand is I need to go to a hand. Doctor and my pinkies getting screwed. I'm getting screwed up my my scar tissue. Whatever Jesus I mean. What did Jesus have transit's wave hill? This duper trends. Do patriots can enter contracting. That's what your guests had that. Because he was a carpenter. So I mean, I use when you're when you're a carpenter you use the palm of your hand like a hammer constantly, and what people don't really realize it would argue. This is an insight into the medical historians. Talk about this with Jesus his depictions think is holding describe to people what you're doing. He holds his hand up when Jesus hold his hands up. He the third fourth and fifth fingers sorta droop down three fingers are extended and that PO looks like looks like someone saying we're number three. Yeah. Or something right there. It's third down. Different. And. Medical stories have postulated that maybe he had do us. But I believe this is the first time somebody suggested that insight which that it's about the palm of the hand been used as a hammer, which is fascinating. Well, okay. So let me explain about carpentry. You do not realize obviously, you're not using your hand to drive in and nail. You have no idea. How often you've got, you know, you're you've got your window unit. It's like in in. You've framed out your window, your rough framing the window unit is like emplaced, you're like holding it up. There's a guy outside he's putting like shins in it. And he's got a level on it. And you go are we Plum, and he's like the top still the top needs to come out a little bit. You would never pick out a hammer and start whacking on a window frame. It's going to Boston it up, and she end up taking there is no. It's not like you carry a mallet. So you end up doing is you take the palm of your hand, and you slam it like, and he'll go Scott come out a little bit more. You know, you just there is no, you know, once in a while you put a block of wood at tap, the hammer some, but for the most part, you have no idea how much sort of waxing. If you watch a carpenter follow him around for day. You'd seem uses palm like a hammer ten times a day deck that back then they didn't really have hammers were not shaped metal hammers. And they didn't have nails. Right. So he was probably a lot of that. How do you get onto the cross zip ties? But imagine him nails mass produce nails, although plays a and have sixteen penny. Vinyl coated sinkers with a nail gun known hell to the no. And they had almost no ring. Schick only the king had ring shank now, imagine, right? Yeah. No, you whack and whack and wack your palms on stuff like all day. And if you're trying to build something back, then you just be literally bang Louis. Late pushing Brian a place and stuff a lot of the mortis mortis Hanan. Yeah. Now, that's a very interesting observation. Well, it was kind of you there. But you completed it you complete me I wanted so you can have this conversation. Gotta say me and Jesus have do patrons. Yeah. Sagging because he's always he's always, you know, healing lepers and in his fingers trope, it is that the hand that we repaired. Yes. Yeah. Well, that's my palm dad. My mom is bad. Like it. It's it's just constantly bad hand surge. He had a good hand surgeon. He do think so good can can at cassa guy. I can more hand surgery. Can't keep minor pants on that's up to the Cialis. They'll send in my buddy. He wanted your pants off when my underpants. That's what you that's when you launch into the racist humor. Now that was another guy. Oh that no, listen, look, if you wanna do hernia surgery on me, you're gonna have underpants all day long. If you wanna do hand surgery on me, I need you. Explain to me why need my underpants. To you know, why they needed minor pants. So it on EBay, no. It was a potential fire hazard. Yes. I do. I always love that. All right. Let's see we got. So anyway, I haven't note the said, Dr drew phone, and I guess I was gonna call you and ask you about looking at somebody right now hand specialist. God. I remember remember when I had my hand surge. Also, we need 'em. Are I I'm like really need them. All right. We need an MRI. And like you really need an MRI. We need them are on like, I don't think you need one. I have a cyst on my hand as well. Do it. But don't tell you when you get an MRI on your hand, you go in head first with your hands out in front of yo. And it's really the most annoying waste of time in the world betting. Bang bang, bang, bang, bang with they hit the sounds like the. Yeah. And then when they're done looking at the Mariah like, all, right? It's exactly what we thought. It was like all right. Well, thank God. We did that. But I guess everyone's got to worry about lawyer sees right through the, but the the plan their surgery based on whatever. Anyway, the guy need my underpants. I remember that. Oh, drew do. Your simply safe them will hop on the phones here you by getting a simply safe, but you're waiting for the holidays when all the tech deals come out. Well, that's smart. Go to SimpliSafe dot com slash Adam to that is number two. And you'll get twenty five percent off any new system. Here. We are. It's the holidays. We've got the amazing deal. They are doing this just for our listeners and the crawler network. It is simply safe with an IS IMP Elias. AFE great protection, if your home and family, no contracts, no hidden fees. No sales pitch. No installation. Great reviews from CNN PC magazine wire cutter. 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So me and my wife have been aiding since I was. Eighteen news also eighteen we've got married ready early. We not have kid we have some trust issues. Why? Mainly my fault. You know, texting other women stuff like that. And so we would call that trust issues. Right. We'd call that GD. Well, yes, it's texting I guess, I don't know if it's cheating or not or form of cheating that it ever get consummated. No, it never got constant. Beat there. Was there ever any meetings their hookups like what is the worst? If I talked to her. What would you say the worst of this texting was? What she's actually saying right here? I'm not sure we want to get this deep end. That's her name. Her name is khloe Chloe. All right. Let me talk to Chloe. Looking at that. Oh on. All right, sorry. Hey chloe. Hey, you've been with Dave since like high school are eighteen we care. Little ain't going to counseling about two weeks ago. Which seems to be doing some good. But I still have some serious doubts because we've been having some trouble in general, and I did bring up the divorce word. He says that now that I brought that up that he felt the need to reach out and see maybe he can still find a relationship somewhere else. What? What? Well, it sounds like he was hurt by divorce re bring up divorce, and then he sort of fired back or kicked drinking when he does these things. Most likely. Okay. So is he doing doing drugs? Wait a minute. When he does these things, I'm not sure what these things are. Okay. This yet to see if we can settle this. So Chloe sound angry? I guess frustrated frustrated are you are you angry at Dave? I know you're angry or frustrated day. But as a person, are you an angry or frustrated person, you you? I depends on the situation. I'm very anxious. I guess I could say you have a sort, of course, nece to your voice or some ethics issues. Come to the phone. He's I get it get it. I'm just picking up a little little tone here. So he was texting with a woman a co worker or friend who was texting with. I'm I'm really not even sure who this woman was I did see on this phone at one point. There was pictures and things, and I don't know if he's actually met up with this girl or whatnot. But what what my mind what was the worst of the tax that you were you've come upon? Well, they could pictures of the person he was texting with. Yeah. Okay. That's a little bit of a weird. I don't know if it's made up, and it could be a guy, you know. But still all right. And and how does Dave explain? These naked pictures. He basically says that I maybe I wasn't doing something for him. You buy blames you for it. Maybe I don't know. And how is it? You got onto his phone in. You're looking around this phone how did that work in the first place? Well, I had some trust issues even before we were actually physically married and had a child trust issue. Pam with him. Yeah. I get it. Answer the phone. You know, what did you have trust? Like that. Your dad cheat on your mom or something like that. No, not at all. My parents are amazing. Parents are amazing. Okay. So trust issues with him. But what was he doing before you got married that? But who married eighteen almost who cares? Well, they've dating teen or whatever. We got married about twenty three. Okay. I don't know. I just I glance at his phone, and I would see messages from girls, and they kind of went from there weird that he would just sort of leave the phone around with that kind of stuff on it. I don't know if he was trying do you think he was trying to send a message to you? I mean, I I honestly think he was trying to hide it. Because every time I would actually see it. He was passed out on the couch because he's you know, he stays up late, and I go to bed early wake up in the middle of the night. And he's asleep glance at phone. And that's what I saw. What's he doing for work that he's going to bed? So late. He's right now, he's a maintenance, right, nationalist. If you will he's a night owl. So he stays up late. I go to bed early with my daughter. So. Uh-huh. Well, it sounds like obviously, there's some anger here. And I it feels like, you know, when he said, well, I'm looking at these pictures because you're not satisfying me that he's got some anger on his end too. So it's good that you guys are in counseling. You know, when you get married and date for you, meet young, and you get married young to Bill Cosby, all of a sudden they're for second. And. But bone bone. But. The luck. Everyone's got a lot of energy when you're young. It's better to wait team. I know take away from this. I I do too. But you have it you have young child. Right. So here's here's the question. Ask yourself are you in this marriage or not you want to commit yourself or not do you enter you out? I want to the NS. Yes. I brought up counseling. Okay. Willing to commit and stay in. You don't wanna get divorced? Right. No, I really don't want. You. It doesn't have to come to that. Okay. But you have to you have to qualify. Yeah. Exactly. You have to take it off the table. If take it off the table for the time being say, I'm gonna commit myself. We're going to get through this. Can you do that? I think I can I just I just it's the what if like what if he actually did that did what she did. Yeah. Will you have to ask yourself? Can I forgive him on behalf of this family? We're trying to form and get on with my life. Can't get a way to think about this. We get married young. We shouldn't have done that. And this dude at some unfinished business, and he's drinking. He's got he needs treatment clearly need some help. And here we are. We have this kid. I'm gonna quit myself to this. Now, he has to work as hard as you do. And if he doesn't okay? Well, that's that. But you got to you know, you guys got commit yourself. If that's what you wanna do. Right. Well, chloe. I I agree with drew on behalf of your child. Right. And for you to I would say go keep going to the counseling try to play by the rules. When you're not at the counseling, and let's treat it like something you want to happen. Pretend you wanna be certified as a CPA or something just do go. Go to your instructors tell you to do. And let's pretend that we want to get that certificate. Okay. And stay with it. And then but get him to he made some separate treatment. It sounds each you many temperature, but we'll see US therapist about that. I'll tell you about lifelock hands of density, thief, your social security number could lead to all kinds of problems piece smart, memorize it actually have memorized mine and keep your card and a secure place. Share it only when absolutely necessary and shred any documents with your celsius. Security number before throwing them out. There's so many threats in today's connected world just takes one week link for criminals to get in. 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I know I was you that. More and more data coming out of coffee being good for you, reduce the risk of Parkinson's, and outsiders and coffee is a lot of any oxidants. Probably a good thing whether caffeine itself is a good thing jury, I suppose still out. It's certainly not a harmful thing it sort of coffee like doses, though, if you get panic attacks or exile or sleep disturbances, it's not gonna help you. It's going to make things worse. Yeah. Coffees. Twenty copies up there with red wine when? In the time. I've been on the plan. There's been a hundred and forty seven studies pro and con and then every single it ends up ends up saying coughing red wines like okay in moderation. Yeah. Should be fine. All right, could okay. No more studies now. All right, everything first off. Strychnine in my in moderation. Us responsibly is fine like everything is fine in moderation. So we never knew need to give that part. But these days caffeine is getting a green luck having such coffees. Getting real green light Dominique is back on six one secs. Dominique get it on guys. I heard some of what you're saying. And I question about it. You know, you talk about being altered you talk about, you know, Adam when you smoked weed, you get kind of equal second guess yourself and I feel that way with caffeine, but it's a double edged sword because I feel like I need it. I don't get a lot of sleep all the time. I got young kids, and I don't like feeling numb. And I don't like feeling not sharp. And I don't know just I wonder where go did. I didn't really hear the question in their try that again. Okay. So I'm trying to find a way to not. Drink so much caffeine. Why maybe because when I drink it, you know, maybe it's once every three or four days, I'm tired when I start drinking it. I kind of feel numb I I have trouble keeping until like one Cup. So I have a few. I'll feel numb and then I'm not really sharp, and you only doing up second every few days. I try not to drink it because I know I drink attacks s I only drink it when I'm when I'm pretty tired. You're using very peculiar language as pertains to describing the effects of caffeine. It's not a numbing molecule doesn't know. It's it it numbs me out because I'll have I'll have a bunch. I'll have six seven eight cups, and I'll feel like numb normally if someone like let's say if I'm getting disagreement with someone if someone call, you know, I'll kind of go right back at them. But if I've had all this coffee. I'm like, yeah. Whatever you say, whatever you say, I feel. Yeah. Do you focus differently? I focused differently. I feel I think it might affect me differently than than. Yes. But so here's the thing. If if you don't drink it every day, and you don't need it. And it numbs you then why why my drinking it, you know? I haven't found anything else to wake me up. Sometimes we'll get a few hours sleep. And then I'll have to try for an hour. And I'll just feel like I need this coffee. Wake me up. I don't have another mechanism to kind of wake myself up so get in this habit. And then if I have too much caffeine, I won't sleep on the next night. So then this this will go on for few days. Once I start drink. Yeah. Well. What do you do for a living? Sales using any salesman using anything else. Besides caffeine now only caffeine. Very strange. Yeah. Well, look, I not gonna have any great answers for here. It doesn't sit with you. Well, one stay at three cups when is gonna have to you're kind of answering your own questions here. Well, this this would you know, probably clear that Dr drew I've been a program recovery for Tang. I was gonna say you say you sound like an attic. That's why keep asking me out stuff. So you're you're using it all specifically to alter your going until you altered I bait that because well, that's my I I have justify say, well, I'm really tired. I gotta drive a need it. But then once I have have a cop. I'm like well now, I gotta have three or four 'cause I gotta go your attic self kicks in. All right. Yeah. All right. So maybe you can't do it may. That's just the way it goes. Did you hear what you have to do sleep? Better sleep more. Bizarre exercise in the morning or something and try to get your get your blood going. Yeah. Can you? Like, do the cold shower thing? Oh, yeah. The cold shower would be good. You know what else? I did. I forgot I did hot peppers. So I was heifers that I was. Yeah. Well, me somebody tweeted me fail. I think tweeted me the other day tweeted, you another Phil have a shot of double hot sauce did that hot wing show and the stuff gets up to like two million on the whenever scale and come on. What was the next day like? The no fat. Oh, she's true. I want to ask you about me. Can we talk about me something we never talk about here? Go ahead saying about me. I I'll tell you about truecar MS RPM nightmare. What it stands for? 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I don't seek it out or whatever nothing affects you did the hot wing show. And I was like well this going to be hard because a lot of people start turning red and choking, and the can't speak, and blah, blah, blah. It didn't. It had no fact dummy meet me, you weren't noticing the hot or the hothead affect I could taste that the thing was hot. Yeah. But you runny nose or anything didn't affect any. Yeah. You see other people are like waving their hand can't go on with this interview because of what's going on. And somebody said, well, you have this sort of like high capacity to take hot food, and I thought now I don't I have a high capacity compartmentalize, which is it's not I I don't let the global affect me much. My mouth is on fire. But it's not affecting my -bility to answer your questions. Yeah. Yeah. When I get that. But but okay, or I don't. You're heavyweight a heavyweight part. But also as I when I did a. I did a show many years ago. I told you. Still a race car show fun show wish they still had Tommy Kendall's five-time trans am champion show is kind of diabolical that they just go out to Willis springs. Put you in a car streetcar, but kind of performance car and you talk to each other through the headset. While you go on these hot laps and he'd go like, oh, yeah. We're gonna pick up the pace now gonna pay yougov front. You lied. You know, and next thing, you know, you're kind of racing a professional driver out on the big track at willow springs. And you're talking the whole time coming up on your is getting loose. You know about a LA fund. It was a fun show. I think it was called test drive, atomic kennel. I did it a few times he said. Every time everyone talks until the car gets loose. And then they shut up immediately. I mean, when the course that's sliding. Yeah. He said you just keep talking. I said we'll because I don't really get different thing with you. I don't connect the one thing to the other. That is your robots off. Maybe you don't have fear, but maybe the insane hot sauce, and and and the continued with the interview is not because I've not because I have a tolerance for hot sauces because I don't connect the car. Sliding with me talking and I don't connect my mouth on fire with me being interviewed differing mechanisms. But maybe maybe maybe okay for them. Hey, here's an automated, this is theraworx Nata. Maybe baby is a definite theraworx relief relieves foot and leg cramps. If you're one of the suffers, you know, how difficult they can be jolt you out asleep asleep. Of course, a very serious health issue. Interrupt your daily life make it impossible to exercise. So saying yesterday. Gave it to a guy. Just today just yesterday their works relief, and I didn't have to prescribe medication. It was like Laureus there. It's relief. 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Yeah. It's going on. I don't know. How to quite explain it? I'll read the screen says is dealing with depression thoughts of suicide. What should she do? Why do you what do you think makes you depress? I just been questioning. I guess like this. I don't know how to theory. Explain it have has that been something you've always thought about. No. It's just been popping up in the past few months. What happened that was different in the last few months? I just feel like in. If a why why do you think it cropped up in the last few months? Remember this feature do angry for each of the eight Mississippi between syllables? Hey, wendy. Yes. All right. Well, I've we have a good connection. Please answer a slightly more timely fashion. Is there is there been some van? Okay. This event some event and the last few months of relationship end what's your status now single married? I dunno. I dunno relationships. Long distance. We've lived together before but worth reason how to go somewhere else, and you works well hours a day. I have a couple I have easier schedule. So we don't see as much. Yeah. Do you have anything in life that you're passionate about? I don't know. I feel like I'm back in zero with that. Are you thinking about her to yourself? No, I haven't. I just think. What my purposes, and I just I I think my question is if that's normal or Sussex fine. Like, I don't think about hurting myself. It is a sign that you were depressed, but I'm -solutely all symptoms treat it as a little too much on purpose in our society. You know, you're thirty you're sometimes your purpose can be wake up brave. Walk move say hi to people like, you know, not everyone has to be Gandhi or Mother, Theresa Steve Jobs. You know, sometimes you can just be thirty figuring it out. You know what I'm saying? The the purpose is there's a lot of pressure to the word purpose. What is your purpose? But yeah, I get what you're saying. But but finding enjoyment previous enjoyable activities. Feeling was called sort of an he don't ya and worthless and all this stuff, and that's depression. I get at her and you can. And it's to me, it's always about friends and always about other. People always about engaging an action activities biologically down gotta get out of that. I I. Really good group of friends like and you're at Santa Barbara's tons of treatments Barbara sunset tons and tons and go take advantage of let's get that. And then, but again, just friends and movement and beach and walks a great everything just everything and again purpose. That's a lofty goal. We'll get to later. Yeah. Thank you just a feeling now. But lack of purpose that's part of the depression. Right. All right. Let me tell you about simply safe the adamant Dr drew show route. Yeah. I simply safe I recommend SimpliSafe to everyone. I know go there today. It simply safe dot com slash Adam too. 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#1011 I Long For Bi

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#1011 I Long For Bi

"Thanks for listening to the atom and Dr drew show on podcast one. The Starlight lounge presents an evening with the progressive box. Let's go tickling the ivories. He just saved. By bundling home and auto progressive gonna finally ring that gal of yours Ugo, send my condolences. This nice. There's. In my. Stinkier because the casualty insurance company and affiliates. Discounts on available in all states or situations. Recorded live at guerrilla one studios with Adam Corolla and board certified physician and addiction medicine specialist. Dr drew Pinski. You're listening to the atom Dr drew show. Yeah. Get it on and got to get on jug him in Nick. Oh, I wanna thank lifelock promo code, Adam, truecar dot com. But you're backstay bout them in a minute. How you doing Drif good? I've never have not yet discussed this Liam Niessen situation. Yeah. I didn't know much about it. I heard I heard bits and pieces. His premier was cancel he was on a junket and the movie's called revenge or something, and the the interview how do you tap into that revenge that that kind of you know, intensity, and he told this story about a friend of his forty years ago getting raped and that he went out for five nights after that into African American communities looking for someone to fight with and with the intent to kill that person if they came onto him, and he said after a period of time, he kind of came to a when she's what's the matter with me and quote got help and that created quite a star. Well, I'd like to hear as it on tape. It is on tape. It's pretty easy. He reiterated what he did was Robin Roberts interviewed him on good. Morning America, the next day and. Got got some interesting stuff item old pursuit the name of the movie a trying to get revenge of the death of his son. Yeah. So he. Had a friend of his get raped him in a black guy. Right. So we went out into this just randomly into black community looking for somebody to attack him. So he could kill them. And he said. If we find this video see he said, I don't care red haired Irish guy, I would have gone at Irish Demere done the same thing. It was a Lithuanian I would have done the same thing. I was just crazed with anger over this event. And was he he never this. What I would criticise for. He had no point when I was stereotyping as bigoted. I was categorizing people it's racist. And I my God I woke up and thought I I can't believe I'm that way was a blind spot. And I spent every day since paying attention him saying like that says like I'd go after anybody, look like anybody who had done this rape. And and I would kill them and. It is weird. I mean, I do think about this like sometimes they'll be that person. And they're like come into your home, and they go, oh, we gotta put the dog away. And then you go why? After what the dog, Wayne, then they go that person got bit by dog when there were four and then they don't like being about dogs. And I was like what if he did that with black people or any other group? I mean, my my point is let me let go further I'm saying get over it. We'd now we go to save spaces and can't be offended. What do we do psychiatric? If somebody has like, a phobia expose them odor. That's right hair the dog, right? All right. So here's Liam which still use some bourbon. Thank you. Here. She here. Here's the lamb with Robin. Roberts on good Morning, America. Liam these who has a new movie out it's called cold pursuit and just twenty four hours ago. He made headlines for talking about an incident that happened decades earlier involving a very close friend of his who he says was assaulted and Liam personal really appreciate your willingness to to have this discussion because when it comes to race. It's very uncomfortable for people, and it just caught people off guard. How you responded when you were asked about revenge, and you want to explain what you said the press turncoat on. It was. The topic of her film is Vange. It's dark comedy too. But it's it's it's based revenge the lady journalists was asking me, how do you tap into that? I remembered an incident nearly forty years ago where a very dear friend of mine was brutally rate. On either side of the country when I came back. She told me about this. And she handled the situation ourself on your rapists, incredibly bravely. I have to say that. But I. Had never felt this feeling before. Which was a primal urge to lash out. I asked her did, you know, the person it was a man. No. His race. She said he was a black, man. I thought okay. And after that there were some nights I've annoyed deliberately and two black areas in the city looking to be set upon so that I could unleash physical violence on. I did it for. I'd say maybe four or five times. Until I caught myself on. And it really shocked me this primal urge. Hot shot me on hurt me. I did seek help. I went to produce. My confession of the Catholic two very very good friends that I talked to and I'm believe it or not power walking. Yeah. Two hours every day. You gotta walk and look. I'm I'm not racist. I I this was nearly forty years ago, but because of his brought up in maybe broadening on rubs forgive brought up in the north of Ireland and brought up in the troubles the sixties seventies early eighties. And can you explain to people what that is? The religion was a war going on in the north of Ireland. And all right. We get it. Right. I had acquaintances. He would say we would know better whether whether it was Catholic or Lithuanians or whatever he would have felt the same way done the same thing. Yeah. And. He will. He no point said, you know, what never come into his own stereotyping bigotry when racism, and I think that's where he got caught. Now, I played this on my radio program today in almost everyone came to his defense, and I spoke to several dozen African Americans, and they all went now, he's not a racist. This isn't racist. This is not this is stereotyping it's bigotry and what not racist. I don't feel like he set out with a racist. Intent I was confused by because to me it's felt like that was a blind spot. He didn't realize he was raised that he learned. He was racist. He's got to watch himself. You know? But you know, it was a it was kind of a whole it's been a strange thing. I would bother me more than anything is he allowed to work now, or that's the point is the company now pulls the premier and stuff. That's the part. I think all they pulled the premiere the show the move. Yeah. That's that's the stuff. That's gotta stop the businesses have to stop preventing people from going about their business because it's their first movies to be okay. We're gonna look into this. I move not firing first move. No firing no change of plans while we look into this. Because otherwise, you're just it's a mob. It's just doing anything to anybody. I don't, you know movie premieres you're different than getting fired from your shirt, reaching job later, the notion that whether your teacher Liam Neeson's work for Google or whatever it is. Which is like, well, we're going to fire you, and then we'll sort this thing out. Yeah. It's sort of like saying, well, we're gonna put you in prison. And then we're going to sort this thing out, and it's sort of like, well, that's not really have said up. We're not supposed to be. So countries are set up. We specifically went out of our way to not be set up that way. Right. Also, I don't even. I mean, it's it's it's interesting. I'm very interested. In societal momentum. As it pertains to topics. You know, am interested in, you know, I've always said like sort of killer bees coming in from Africa. I'm going through Texas and coming to Adams dad's house, you know, and it's like we get onto stuff, you know. And who knew in two thousand nineteen we'd be onto rate you go back to nineteen ninety five. Wasn't that much race talk? You know, there was always your your Jesse Jackson's out there and stuff and those about it. There wasn't wasn't wasn't a non stop dialogue about race. And. We just assume that after we'd had the first black president. The first black president was actually used as a sort of like when they say we can put a man on the moon, but we can't make a toaster that can do. You know, doesn't burn the toe. Like it was like one day. We'll have a black president and that was the mile marker. What's that? That was the man on the moon. That was yeah. Now, we're down with racism. We had a we had a black president. We're done with. How could you have a black president for if our society was predominantly races? You can have a black president. So to turn black presents. Now, we're done like with racism, but we're not. And the reason we're not done is there's there's two yin and Yang the white and the black of racism. Thank you powerful. Powerful picture. There are the people that are compelled to take to the streets with the pitchforks. And then there's sort of the other side, which almost all there's sort of three. There's there's there's the news turning every sixteen year old stands in front of a crazy guy. I don't even know he says he's Indian I he looks Indian. But he he's mostly his tribe is not essential video. He may be from the couch tribe. So the chronicles his whole deal. He's a nut. You'll be you'll be yes. He's is not our Senate to you to may when review not a war. Hero highlights. The point is this that. The news is telling the story. All right. So they're the group that wanna take out with the pitchforks. Then there's the news who wanna get the guys with the pitchforks round up and hit the street. And then there's the other side, which is a weird kind of a. My tooth hurts. So I'll flick it a little bit like everyone's talking about race. I'm gonna policy is for something. I did I'm going to sort of insert myself into this dialogue. You know? Now, they're the ones that are digging up yearbook, pictures and stuff like that. But there's also a kind of a weird thing, which is think about all the women who are coming out and saying there were raped if you talk about a subject long enough, and there's just enough conversation out there people just start coming going. Well, when I was in college in it's like can't be statistically that everybody was right? How's this working? It's like a zeitgeist thing. Like, I believe Leanne Niessen it's so much race talk that he feels compelled to enter the race stunned dome with the story. And again, some of it's a weird like my tooth hurts. We're gonna flick it my tongue all day. Like hurts. A little every time I doing I'm just. Going to do it because say something stupid or I'm going to put this in there. But it's because it's the overall this is what we're talking about. This is all we talk about. I by the way, don't buy any of it. I believe everybody has. I believe that everybody. Everybody does as as human beings were just hardwired to profile involving arse our personal safety. It's all we do. All we are threats could be a ticket punched in the face, a fine or something negative to us something negative to us. Right. It's all we do. I know because I've I I'm when I drive when I drive I see like a gardener's truck with like three bald tires on it a bunch of pallets hanging out the back and like Mike August be driving next. Go get out of there. Get out. I don't. Got to blow out a retread guys. Go swerve into us like just going front or drop off. Now, you can go. Would you judge for like what are you doing? What am I doing trying to get an exit? That's all that's all. I think about I'm not, oh, you're calling him bad. No. I'm not calling him bad. I'm trying to I've I see. A brand new Subaru with a forty four year old lesbian lady driving it and her hands are ten and two and she's going down. She's in the third lane. And I've decided that she's a lower percentage person to drive next to then the guy with the old beater, sir. I saw brand new. I saw a brand new car. All right. Let's take let me tell you something for you. I saw like a seven series BMW on the highway that was new, but it was dirty, and it looked like it hadn't been kept up. So it was like some rich guy. Some son of a rich guy. Got us seven Sears got eighty thousand ninety thousand armed filing. He's been area typing shortly. I shouldn't drive in this car for year. And he hasn't taking his air in the tires like it was and I was with his Mike maybe drugs. I swear that. I was it was four in the morning. We're coming home from like bay. Field. Mike was driving next to the guy. I should get. What's this guy in this ninety thousand dollar car doing on Sunday night at four in the morning coming down, the grapevine, his windows are so dirty. I can't even say might get out of there. Don't ride next and he pulled away in the car's tire blew out in the guy. Like swerve enough. Oh, my dad I asked Pat Aviv's in that car. I assume that story go ahead. Tell me put your box delivers one hundred percent grass-fed finished be free range organic chicken. Heritage breed pork directly to do on a monthly basis. It's frozen. It's perfect. It's fresh frozen. And man you heat it up. It's the best all products humanely raised never given antibiotics or hormones taste. It's unbelievable. Each box comes with nine to eleven pounds of meat and for twenty four individual meals free shipping anywhere in the US. I'm sorry. No Alaska, Hawaii, no commitment cancel easily at a time. I bet the shipping does go is that bad. 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And you kind of there's this car in the left to the lane to the left of us and Adam till and Mike to gun at get away from this car, and it's kinda squeak and a little bit, you know, like wheels kind of squeak, but actually just just go just go and Mike without you know, without ask are, I find guns it and goes past the car, and then all of a sudden as we're we're pretty good ways down down the freeway. He shared this bang. We turn around and cars and just blew out of tired is going towards the side of the road. By the way, that was three in the morning on four beers show matching Haim at noon. That's why I was sleeping on weekdays. That's why suffer -able. All right. So I look for I s most people assess. Yeah. So people assess and they says against potential harm to them. And if there's a member of the community that commits a higher percentage of violent crimes like African American men than they will be assessed. Sadly, but not sadly, that's our wiring. It's not something you can tell people not to do. They will they will wire it that way. Now, you think it's just the color of the skin, but it's not the color of the skin. If there's a white guy and the white guy looks dicey. And then there's a black guy and the black guy doesn't look dicey than most people walk onto the side of the street their their intent is to avoid any kind of conference Asian or any kind of monetary or physical any thing. That's that's what are hard wiring is and. For some reason. That's not. That's called racism now racism is basically hating a an entire group of people in unfounded fashion. Yes. Well, I think it's been more expanded into bigotry and stereotyping. And you know, I personally look out for blind spots where I find surprised myself. And I I watch out for it. I try to well, I think everybody I think everybody has that thing I had oral surgery the other day, I had a black dentist. I was walking when he walked in. I'm surprised, but it wasn't because of my bigoted dots. I haven't seen. I've had been too. Nineteen dentists I haven't had an African American dentist. So I thought so what I thought was this a surprise? And then I thought oh good. And then I open my mouth and passed out performed oil surgery. Now being surprised when you see an African American guy come through the door. Here's here's Dr. So and so that's not racist. That's just something. You're seeing that's different than a pattern. What's racist is getting up and going on a black guy work on second before surgery? And we're gonna find an Asian guy knows what he's doing over here that doing something having having thought of who you don't see many every time you get on a plane, and there's a female pilot. You don't see that every day for him. That's not bigoted racist, or you know, Xena Homa, whatever that that isn't that just you in your wiring. And if you do nothing about. It then it's really look if you turn around and get off the plane now, that's something or you go. Hey, I don't want to brother working on my mouth, then that's something. But if you just notice something and then go back to go ahead. Which I had zero thoughts. About his ethnicity once the initial, oh, that's and see that every day black oral surgeon that was my first thought, and then they're zero thoughts. Okay. Good most most people if you said to most people, I think that what you like who would you like to perform your oral surgery, and you gave all the colors of the rainbow. And I think the ninety nine percent of the people would say, and I mean ninety nine point nine give me the best. I don't I'm not interested. I think where we get into trouble is where the echoes of our historical past or not hurt like, the the black the black face controversy with that go governor that's the history of menstrual activity when minstrel performers. Yeah. And most people in this country, they know about slavery. But they don't know about. The horror of reconstruction. They don't they don't really exposed to Jim crow. Reconstruction was I I'm gonna tell you. I I was shocked at how little I knew. But that history as well as leading up to the civil war, how horrible things where there's a lot of history stunningly that it really helps me understand where I'm headlines bots, and I think we understood we rather pretending that history the current. We're through it now. Good good and really taking a good hard. Look at it. I think it would help. Well, I think we are everyone's apologizing when they get once they keep Boston. It's. I think it's more like it's incumbent upon us to learn about all read the like Frick Douglas biography somethings like that a chase thirty five San Luis Obispo. Oh, guess guy. Yeah. Big big fan. I I'm on time. All right. I guess, you know, unrelated phoned to ask guys why do you think that women are so loud during sex compared to guys maybe she asked the question differently? Why guy so quiet? Amen, brother. Hey. Well, I've been with some chicks like I'm not gonna lie. You guys I'm on by on by sexual. Oh, so, you know, and they're yes, I've been with guys, and I've been with girls and the girls like I've been schools just scream and yell and double neighborhood near it. Is. I can hear him. Now, they're shit on this guy stack. Well, what you'll have? I forgot about half a home hapu shea. Sorry. Now, don't you venture? If you're by just become gay. No, I wish I could pull lie off really do you've launched for that. For long. Well, that's it's a stepping stone. I that's why you long for bio vein. Vein making you've longed for gay. So really like if you had out this weekend makes no never mind to you. Whether you come home with a man or woman. Yeah. No. Well, the thing is like if if like, it makes sense, I if if a guy's down to hook up, then we're going to hook up. But if a girl wanted to date me, then I would only date her so ships for girls. Yeah. But a casual hook up with the guy man, we'll see what happens. Relation with guys. Gee, I'm just that. I'm just not into it that. I don't know. Why not why fame question back like same? Why wouldn't you guys ever? Really had were hasn't mad work the other way out hook up the chicks. And then hang out the date. That's my plan. Yeah. It doesn't. I mean. No. You know absence stuff where you can just cook up with guys who are easy. Oh my God. I can only imagine the meets to dudes signing on how long they're gonna wait Elvin colo- each other. I do literally like forty five seven. I it can't there is. No, there's no time. Limit right. It's a it's a moment. Right. Yeah. No. It's like it's like, hey, what's up? I'm like it's like a texting app, and it's like, hey, what's up where do you doing nothing? You know, you're you're around. Yeah. Bang being man. Yeah. I mean, again, the women are sort of in charge, and they're in charge. And all that kind of stuff. Right. Yeah. Yeah. With the guys that are just like, dude, you're you're having sex within an hour. That was we know what the world would be without women. Do you have to specify though, like top bottom or like you have to kind of work that one out? Yeah. Yeah. That that gets handled quickly. How do you not get diseases? That's a good question. You got to kind of be more careful, and I don't do that. I personally don't do a lot. I do not transmit them. If you've got something. That's a great question. Dr grew does it ever show ever turn out or like two guys show up and you got to chocolate bars and neither one of us the peanut butter. You know what I mean? And like, you gotta go. Oh my God. What am I mean? I guess if that happens you'd probably just like, you know, if they're together and go back on the thing and try and find yourself, you know, butter if your truckload bar, we waited for free minutes to hook up with somebody else. All right women. Go back to the cabinet get the peanut butter. I don't know why why are women's women are. I'm trying to. I'm why wherever that way, you know, why why because through Evelyn Sherry history, if a female got pregnant, it a endanger their life, we committed them, not just a nine months of of difficulties essentially, the whole childbearing years that they are the own the they are definitely the one going to be stuck with that child. So it's a from a biological standpoint. The commitment of a single sexual activity for female is way, more right? As a louder louder thing. I'm sorry about the game. I got that part. Let me tell you about truecar. And then you try to answer my louder question, sixty seconds. That's how long this commercial lioness. 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Trying to think of if guys guys can definitely be loud at a football game in loud. It a whatever. But there's definitely a difference between my son and my daughter in terms of them being loud in public. My daughter will be you know, she'll she'll argue with her mom or yell something. She will definitely be more vocal little open serve a little more. Like, we're there's people around and be as vocal here. Like, it's a little. I guess I I one maybe women are little more in the moment show speak like if my only think of my wife and my daughter like arguing and then being loud in the house. You know, it's like they're just in that don't really care who's around or what's going on. Sucked into and they're like on each other, and it's loud. And there's no reason it needs to be that allowed it there's not a decorum. Yeah. Per se might be connected to that. Maybe it's hope we never find out. That's that's all I got say. When a Kleenex I do. All right. We got a question appear from. Taylor from Utah Taylor. All right. Thirty three. What's going on? It's not a question. Actually, it is. I wanted to thank you guys. All right. I've. I've been listening almost twenty years now, I was fourteen when I started listening to leveling. Wow. Wow. And I have my mom has borderline personality disorder. My dad has pedophile. God. Yeah. I was getting absolutely set up for a a pretty shitty life. You know? And and I listen to love line a lot a lot a lot. And I learned so much about how especially like the stuff that resonated with me was like how women tend to go onto like repeat patterns that they were shown if they were grown up like a little guys get to slow. Pat, as they were shown that the the trauma sets up an attraction to people in places like those that perpetrated. One hundred percent like you're a minute into a Tallin for asking where their dad was. Yeah. You start sounding like who you are. Yeah. We could sort of feel the second. We talked to him. Absolutely. I remember you guys used to take bet and it would sometimes make some of the guests uncomfortable. Yeah, we didn't care. So as you're you're leading a happy and whole life now. Yes. So when I was eighteen I started dating guy that was pretty much exactly. Like my dad. I almost married him super abusive all of that. He's now like he like shot his roommate ago. I almost like, and but like after we broke up I recognize it was like, oh my God. I'm doing the thing. I'm doing the thing that I learned about that. I know about you know, co-dependency was like in my lexicon. And so I took your crisis advice, and I decided to just not Nate guys that I was attracted to anymore. That was it that you would give a lot and I ended up taking two years of being single like, I didn't even anybody. 'cause I didn't I didn't even trust my own instincts. And I just got a lot of therapy. Good. Yeah. My therapist know exactly all about you guys. Because they're always so stunned when I come in. And like I already have a lot of insights like my own situation and end up telling them about lovling anyway. So yes, so I was able to turn it around and figure it out and kind of recalibrate like the things that I was gravitating to and like why it was bad. I know I've been married for almost ten years on. Hey my cousin. I realized as I was thinking about what I wanted to say like he actually a lot like, drew. Well. Real winner in this equation as your son for sure it's a good dad. Got a mom who's not nuts, and we can only take so much price. But. Thank you. And you know. Why not? Yeah. I mean, you listen to people you learn from this cases, we looked at. Yes. I think people kind of understand the truth when they hear it. I don't know if they can synthesize it or manufacture it. But they can certainly here. It's case studies. Right. And so you don't learn. 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#1089 More Reality Shows Than Foreign Wars

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

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#1089 More Reality Shows Than Foreign Wars

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That farmers insurance, we know every windshield collision has unique sound beetle Burt boop drone seen it covered click for more. Underwritten by farmer's truck. Fire insurance exchange and affiliates. Products available in every state recorded live at guerrilla one studios with Adam Corolla in board, certified physician and addiction medicine specialist, Dr drew Pinski. You're listening to the atom and Dr drew show. Gad been men and sit by him dead. I'm then. And then. Seven evidence. A group. Andrew, I don't know. Haven't now at home. So. When you come back around he dropped back out. Going under ski DeLorean, I want to hear the story, John DeLorean. Yeah. I our sponsors willing. Thank truecar dot com. Also Pluto, TV Pluto dot TV and lifelock dot com promo code him. I was watching last week. The doc belonging, doc, interesting piece, and he was an interesting guy, complicated guy, led a very fast and glamorous life. And had a lots of highs and lows kind of guy. I knew I know this story, a little bit because I was remember, I did a TV show with Christine Ferrari, and then friends with her ever since, and she would tell me stories about him. She was married to him for quite some time. Yeah. And he did some things and for twelve years, going to Gary. To funny that furry she was for Arina or she for our with ROY with an e is the first bowl that I yeah, yeah, this is weird that the Laurien Ferrari. He's a complicated guy, but he's kind of genius. He was kind of a marketing genius and heaves, an engineering guy and he started she em and he kind of made Pontiac Pontiac Pontiac with Certa dad's car mom's car, he made into the sport car, the GTO, and blah, blah, blah. And then he broke off the go build his own car. The DeLorean and. And along the way got into trouble. And what I was talking about in the last show is you'd think we think, in terms of bad people, but think in terms of week, people most people aren't bad. But, but most overwhelming majority of people are weak and that weakness makes him do bad things a lot. And when there's when, when you wanna get large groups of people to do bad things then start putting in policies that make them that make week people bad. Right. So if we say, like the Nazis, did essentially. You know what I mean? Like people always wonder how we're the Germans able to participants your horrible thing. They just it was just what they were doing just what you mean. That's a policy. They literally policies neck now. That's now me personal policies. Now I mean policies about Nazi as taking over the, the country and, you know, either fight in the army, or we'll shoot you in not really making you. I mean, people do. Yes, not bad. I great. But what I'm saying is talking about policies that make week people into bad people. And I'm not talking about Nazis, or if I am at says wildly springs of. Yeah. Version of what we're never going to do. Let me finish when you say things like you know, if you say, all right. You can you can get welfare. You just if you say, no welfare, everyone immediately go fucking. I'm gonna work pro figure it out. If you go some welfare, but you have to, but, but limited, you know, six weeks and you have to prove you're looking for a job the whole time and the second you find a job. You gotta take that job or we'll give you a job. And you do that you, you limit it. If you say. A living income. You get a you get a monthly stipend of two thousand dollars whether you look for a job or not look for a job, I long as you may live, then you mmediately, take week people and you turn them into bad people. Or if you say if you wanna turn them into bad, people you go. Look, you know you can collect welfare. And think about how many people who aren't even bad people go aren't or get a welfare check. And then each week, I gotta go out and fill out a thing that says, I look for jobs, I, I know friend who has a hardware store. So he's just going to sign that. I asked I plied for job to get you to do. Think about what tax policy gets people that do it gets them to do the wrong thing. Right. We all engage in it. You don't at that end. You'd be a fool not to, but you'd be a fool not to the bottom in to where you go if I have a kid if I have another kid, then I can get another paycheck and then I can have more money. So I'm gonna taking week people and kind of compelling them to do turn them into bad people. Conversely, so I've said this, this street behind me. Tro, be prepared to be impressed with me. Oh, the mall. I'm listening speak. French more right here, but a hoot the street behind me is littered with construction. Debris busted up stucco and trial and toilets and stuff. You tear out of a bathroom, and you're demoing a bathroom, and mattresses and other things like that. You can call it garbage it's littered with it. What you don't find in the street behind me any aluminum cans, or bottles. Wonder what that is? These people who are dumping things out of the back of their pickup truck at on Sunday night at midnight. But then I'll throw any Pepsi cans or Coors, cancer to Coty, they must ever use a loan of cans, I guess there's just allergic to them. Well, let's see. Or we have put a value redemption, value on aluminum cans, so people save those in turn them in and get paid the stucco busted up stucco, the asphalt sheet rock in the toilets. You have to pay to dispose of that, right? And that's the after go to Sunland to give someone eighty dollars if the way the truck of done it when I used to be in the business, and then you have to pay so we have the same person. Not throwing the cans, but he's throwing the stuck us. So is that person a good person, or is that person a bad person? The answer is that person is name partisan person we've compelled them through policy to do simultaneously, the right thing and the wrong thing. What with that in mind? Then asking people to do the right thing. It's not going to be effective. Those people aren't bad people, there, people that worry about money, and they don't wanna pay eighty bucks ago to the dump so you get all the trash, but because they don't have much money they can onto the cans crush him and drop them off up the street at the recycling place in walkout every check for eighteen bucks. So what are we? What are we learn drew that you should incentivize people to constantly, do what's right? But don't get down on it. Not. No. It's really not disincentivize them. Right. The dump needs to be free. You want them to bring that stuff to the dump now. Free is still not is easy, or whatever as, as this, I would say a voucher for twelve pack to Kati, specifically, picking any type of pair dairy. I'm not going loan Brown. To cut day. Would you would have this? This would be reduced by ninety seven percent people start picking stuff up and bring it up. Yeah. They're very go. All right. So now you're the government, what would you like people? Okay. Well, I think we just gave an answer how to do it. So john. Delorean. Very interesting guy and John DeLorean, did two things. And those are two things that we all have to if we were honest have to go would we engage in that would we do that? One is his built the big factory in Ireland. He was running out of money fast. He had, you know, hundreds or thousands of employees any needed an infusion of cash, he needed, like, you know, fifteen or twenty million bucks now in, and that's you know, nineteen eighty two money, whatever eighty four three money. So at some point, he was contacted Polican undercover drug dealer guy. He got contacted said like I can make you head a little problem, too. So he was in contact with some of these people. Well, he may have enjoyed a little booger sugar, but he was and was getting manic. He was contacted and the contact him and said, I can I can get one point eight million turned into twenty million. I in turn that around fast, and he stinking. I like that. I like to keep that factory going. And, and I think yourself now that's taking a weak person not week but I just mean morally whatever in a compromise position and getting them to do something that is bad, but it's not necessarily because they're bad. It's because they're, they're weak and they're desperate, and they need something the other running with the law, he had he was acquitted of the drug deal. But because the basically said it was in treatment, because it kind of was what the government did the other one eat did was another one of those ha what would you do kind of thing. He he raised seventeen million bucks, where like private equity to build the factory in Ireland and then certain point the English government, or the government of England went. A we'll give you the seventeen million bucks to build the factory. And he's like, oh, now I got seventeen bucks sitting around that. I raised but needed for the to build the factory, and he's like. I do with this money, and he didn't give it back. That was the next one. Now I'm saying you can say, well, that's a bad, dude. But I'm sure like think my son went engage in that, but what percentage of Americans would just return all the money to everybody, right? It's not. I don't know. It's the majority. Plus, he was getting ill. He sounds like he was getting Mandic and he was dragging cocoa bed. And Christina told me is next move was he planned to go down to Central America and take over a country, and then the getting the drug trade and supply use that to sustain the business was his next big move. She was definitely. Oh, she was definitely keep an eye on him 'cause she testified against him. Yeah. No, no. She was when he went down that road. She was like he was talking about all the time. It was bad lifelock. That's right. So security imposture scam alert, scammers spoof. You're caller ID, making it look like social security ministration. By the way, I'm very happy that I just got a telemarketer alert that actually came up on my phone like this is a telemarketer this, this red telemarketer kind of nice, but you need you won't get that when it comes to these, these scammers come looking around. This is a social security, ministration call. They say and they say your social security number has been suspended because of suspicious activity. I got this call actually got the call. Yeah. And it was used in a crime, therefore, we have to change your social security number, though. There are so many ways these lays cybercriminals take what's yours. 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Okay. So we got. Okay. One, I have my older brothers really is over. The Mace has diagnosed with affect case that. Light skews effective. Hold on. Hold on skis who effective is that what you said. No, no. Sorry. He's on the autism spectrum. Autism. Spectrum. Okay. Yeah. Wasn't diagnosed until he was thirty. So, you know, high functioning, I guess, but my feeling that is not people living on his own. I don't know if it has to do with shins fourth. How we raise erasing same household. But the oldest is. Confound lines fuck what should he do? I don't know. But the phone lines growth, my how'd you know, when to trust your instinct is what it says up there on the living about living with them. I mean, I think that's a separate question. Let's see save the phone lines clear. Pete. Ask question quickly. Okay. But I continue to let my older brothers. They was me even though he's a huge pain in my app. Do you have no obligation to do, so if he's upset in your life? But it sounds like he does need some help, and it's family. It'd be nice for you. It's, it's being a good brother thinks probably important for you. Maybe it isn't the greatest thing for your life, but you wanna try to fulfill that allegation? But if he doesn't appreciate it is unable to live in your house onto your rules. Then it's like anyone else they gotta go. That's difficulty is that he doesn't want to listen to me as younger brother, but it's pretty. If your house, it's your house. I mean that's the bottom dictate whatever you want. You're keeping the lights on more people should do it and might be helping him. I I'm trying to think of if there's anyone ever helped Rayleigh. I feel didn't indicating you. Well, anyone anyone of our helped hates me, but their their, their behaviors never improved. I've only abled whatever whatever they've been has just just worse versions of what they were before. I gave them something help them autumn, something, like I don't know ever gets fucking better from anything. No who gets better. Well, your kids kind of do, I guess, different relationship. But, but in terms of friends, or sort of, you know, other first lives, and things now, now, fortunately sad, right? Yeah, yeah. I mean, because it whatever their view of you doesn't change by you giving them something. Now, never, I've never had that do not believe. And I think that's kind of what you're looking for. Sometimes when you give people have, you know that that person will think of you differently or will, you know, maybe relate differently and neither end up being the case. Well, here's what I've found with people. People are able to make as much or as little out of anything as they want. So if my rap is. Druse always late. And it's disrespectful to me and Druze on time all the time. But one time he was late. I can make a meal out of that one time your light, I can do. Here we go again. It never ends depending on what I'm trying to get out of this relationship. Right. And if I if I go in sort of completely Boynton neutral, then I'll go, we'll drew its late, but that was this one time. And that's pretty isolated in general. He's on time. Right. That's a neutral position. But if I'm entering with an agenda, you're right, one, late will outweigh your five hundred prompt appearance your pointing out how emotions affect cognition. Yeah. Massive. Yes. So what I have found is the people who need the most coaching the most money, the most help, and the most everything also are the worst in that department. Like, I don't feel like. Mark Garriga's has a skewed version of our relationship or reality, or your relationship are rare -ality or any of that, but he also doesn't need to borrow eighty bucks so he can get his his, you know, he's got a domain name e once the lockdown, and he can't quite do at all because he's eighty bucks short like he doesn't need anything from you, but he's also very. Reality on rally terms of what's going on found the people that do need stuff, our little further away from reality, and as they get further away from reality. They're able to shape. They're able to shape. Transactions. And, and in actually kind of bend in more reality to the point where. They're doing things that are clearly wrong, and you're the one who's responsible responsible, or the aggressor or the whatever of it. Yeah. And that's an unfortunate less evolved set of chick, like wiring that a lot of guys have to in a women can make things out of zero all the time. But now there's an ever growing populace of dudes who are wired like chicks, or have a society that's making them act like checks, and they, they can do the same thing. It's, it's, it's not good for winning wars, or building bridges. But maybe we don't need any of those brains anymore. Now, may we're weeding. Those brains out. You can't think that way and build the Golden Gate Bridge, and he can't think that way and landed Normandy. But you can be in a reality show and think that way. And there's more reality shows than there are foreign wars the stays. And I wonder if there's this an evolution toward, I don't know. It's like an appendix or something is going to slow. We don't need it anymore. I don't know that. Well, we're asking less of people in the reality world. I it's at the point. I mean it's at the point where I hear politicians routinely say things that are just way. Off the reality Certa scale. Like, like I've noticed that. Here's what I think some of that is, is that they moved away from argumentation. I mean you watch the Lincoln. Douglas debates are read them and you hear logical debate discourse in long form now we moved one hundred percent off of that into persuasion. Only in the world of persuasion facts. Don't matter logic doesn't exist people if they use logic they use it arguing from conclusion, and so it's, it's a mess. I don't know. I don't quite know what to do with that. Well, there's a. Internal metronome of dignity that you have to sort of everyone must possess and I can hear it. I'll give you a very good Certa dignity ph ph paper, you know, Apor litmus paper litmus, test litmus, paper of the litmus paper came before the litmus test. That's what you say you're doing litmus tests. Let's see what the right that's what Leterme test. Yeah. So. Right. But what's the paper call? Litmus paper, the paper came before. Yes, yes, yes, for the saying. Yeah. So it's a litmus test, right? Those a test for that. You know, when the test is the test is, when you listen to people speak. And if you listen to a guy like Dennis Prager, you'll hear him say. Well. Progressive guys on the left all all one more taxes, and they all want bigger government, and then he'll go, okay, not, not all there, some there, some that don't. But the majority like if you, if you hear people going back and Ryan clarifying, even if they're using hyperbole are still going back and going, obviously, not all, but a large number if you hear people clarifying in sort of checking themselves on, on a constant whatever, verses here, these politicians, and they'll be like, well, this guy his idea to solve school shooting. It's just a handout, more guns at school. Right. Nobody ever said handout, more guns at schools. Somebody may have suggested arming certain. Teachers faculty members school workers, had military or law enforcement background with a gun, which sounds plausible or certainly less insane than a bucket of guns like at the entry of the school. Oh you forgot your gun. Here's your gun. No one ever said he wants the hand out more guns at schools that, that, that statement was never uttered by opponent to your policy. Somebody talked about arming some teachers. And if you want to really drill down on that parts of that discussion sound reasonable. But handing out more guns at school. Sounds insane to they're going to persuasion. And that concern themselves with the argument. Yes. And there's a certainly a way to address. The argument can go after go get some data ex military and then whatever you can just go, my Ponant he's wants a hand guns at school. I would argue it's kind of, it's, it's, it's kind of it's the gastric bypass of weight loss. Which is like the healthy way to do it is bring calories down. Start the exercise. I want this done now. Yeah. But you're gonna be drinking weird shakes and bringing up byles like it's not a big picture. You're not gonna be happy down the road. If this is the way you go I want results now. Okay, well, if you want results now just say that whoever you're arguing with wants to hand out guns at schools, but big picture like the weight loss. It's not that healthy and people are gonna stop believing you when you talk. Yeah, that's the big picture. All right. Let me hit truecar every car has stories that gang in the bumper. Dang in the door, and somebody opened their door. Little zealously gave ding in the Cosco parking lot. You want to put a price on those stories. You couldn't in the past. Now, you can cause they got truecar truecar when it comes time to sell your car trade in your car. You'll always go at truecar go to truecar and to your plate. Number cars details. Compartment up answer few questions once you're finished. You get a true cash offer sent you in minutes, which you can take your local certified dealer and cash out, or you can trade it in on a new or used car. When you're ready for better way to sell or trade in your car, you check out truecar true cash offer not available in all areas. But like I'm fine to sing a bet. You don't live in one of those areas. It is true car. All right. Drew any parting thoughts that one last. Call real quick up there forever. I actually just told them the whole. For the next show. So we'll take him tomorrow. If you'd like okay. All right. We'll do that tomorrow. I what the call was will do. So much we. So you had I just want to close the New York story, you had fun at the dinner. I couldn't take you get your take the subway, even though I tried to put you on this one that was straight to my apartment to car. Instead, I took a cab. I have certain foibles one of my foibles is like. I'll tell you how I am. If I go up to a hotel and my rooms on the fourteenth floor and you leave the elevator and it's got the sign that says room, seven hundred seven twenty one this way and seven twenty one to seven forty six outweigh. And I go, oh, I'm seven thirty four. I stand there for a minute, and then I'll turn the wrong direction like I have certain things like I was putting you went, there's one day wondering what I can't do you know what I swear to God, I cannot do when you're leaving the airport parking, and it wants you to put the card in and it's got the stripe. Yes. I'm like off. That's up or down. Right. Like I can't process that stuff very well. And for the I had. I'd flown coach. Coach. There I was generously graciously staying in your apartment for no cost, and I had justified in my in mind. I deserve that. This twenty three dollar cab ride. Nobody in this got on this whole fucking island deserves it. 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Drunk Dial: Chocolate Waisted

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

27:02 min | 1 year ago

Drunk Dial: Chocolate Waisted

"Thank you for listening to this podcast one production available on apple podcasts and podcast one podcast one presents off the line drunk dial is all about dialing digits and making questionable decisions. Let's get right started. Hey everybody on kaitlyn bristowe. I'm sitting years ago and today we are getting dame chocolate. We sit. We decided to trade in the wine. Well sydney traded in the wine for some some arizona ice tea and you've had three two and their jimmy jam packed with sugar so you must be feeling crazier raiser. Oh yes oh yeah so. How'd you enjoying your vacation with me so far. It's been really fun yeah. We had a nice little boat day. Rahman is pretty obsessed with you. Yes yep. He followed you into the bathroom. Yes he sleeps on your lap. Yes been very cute. You guys come out here every year. We get to see you yeah. I don't get to see you enough. Though no it's kind of sad i am a patch till the duke and you need to come visit me in nashville. I will okay so this. This is a very special edition of drunk dial because like i said we're just wasted on sugar. So sydney is my niece. You guys all know. Are you all lover everyone. Everyone thinks you're a little mini me yeah. Yeah you kind of do remind me of me yeah same yeah okay so we're going to get lit off some more sugar schroeder right now and tell you about everything. That's been going down this week in colona. I mean what are we we went. Kayaking dow was fun. There was a nice sunset. It was the most we we saw sunset and i took a gorgeous picture of you in the sunset because it was such a nice moment yes. What else have we been doing. <hes> we went to penticton depend ticked in and we went and saw aunts and uncles and cousins and what did you guys do last night. We went swimming in the dark with glow sticks. You didn't go skinny pinot now. I thought that was the plan but we threw glow sticks in the lake for you guys you swam in. It's just been a really nice time. It has okay city so i have some questions for you okay and i had my vinyls right and some questions that they want to ask you so. Are you ready. Yes nervous navy. Kayla harka wants to know. What do you wanna be when you grow up. I want to be an actress. When i grow you do in what kind of tv movies he's tv. You want to be an actress and tv. Kids movies disney movies serious movies funny movies comedy or something comedy yet. I could see you doing china. You're going places kid yep. If you say so yourself jodi lyn airdrie asks. What do you look forward to every morning. When you wake up i'm not sure what will you know how this morning. I told you every day you wake up. You should take three deep breaths and think about three things you're grateful four yes like what are you get excited for your day. You get excited to see your friends. Do get excited to go to cheer lessons. I usually get excited to go to cheer yeah jack. You're really good at cheer and what's your favorite flip to do a back handspring back tuck back tuck yep one champion gymnasts when you grew up now i like i like flying in the air and stuff like insure. Yeah not an airplane no to do okay so you still want. You want to be an actress in a funny movie and today you everyday look forward the two cheering. Yes okay holly. Kill crease anderson wants to know. What's your favorite memory with anti katie okay so there's one night as one night. We woke up at two o'clock in the morning. Yeah i will around that time we had chips and what was it <hes>. We shouldn't tell people because you're way too young to be watching family. Guy was your guy but here's the thing you woke up because there is a train that went by and the the train woke you up and you were very young so you scared and i was like so tired and i just wanted to go back to sleep but then i got hungry then i was like well. Shall we just eat chips. I know no no we watch sesame street. Oh yeah street so we ate ripple chips and watch sesame street in the middle of the night and now every time we have a sleepover sydney goes we we wake up in the middle of the night and never do and we never do we now. We just like to sleep. That was a funny memory. I liked my favorite memories when you came to vancouver hoover when you were younger tangled d._v._d. Under the fridge yeah and you never forgot that never and we just in my tiny little four hundred square foot what apartment and we just had toast every morning together naps and i would put su. There's my mouth when you had one in your bonded really cute. Okay okay brandy newbury asks. What's your favorite thing about yourself. What do you love about sydney very funny. You're funny and health lead. I am yeah yep. You are athletic actually and your money but you know what i love. I love you have got a very kind heart yeah you. Do you care about other people and doing kind things. I am you do at school right. Didn't you get an award. Yes again no word for a leadership award. Let's just makes me so proud of you. That's such as the best award to get and that was a mole last day school think yeah pressure is the last day school and you got presented with a leadership award for the 'cause. It was like a big award for the whole year and not many kids chosen. Yeah i was but i was did you have an acceptance speech. No you had nothing prepared. No usually listening you just took the paper and ram yeah leadership see yup okay and brittany mush hold wants to know what would she name ado scrunchy and what would the color be and if okay that's the for this is a two-parter okay okay. So what would you name your do like you know how some of them are calling once called. The showstopper once called party animal. What would you name your the cheer lover and it'd probably maybe like the color of my <hes> your uniforms uniforms so which is what forums are like so i do checkered green white and black. Oh that'd be cool yet and he called the cheer lover. Yes that's cool. It's a good idea. Do you find. Do you think you're a creative eight of person someday art because you really like drawing embrace leg he bracelets which you'd promise me finish my bracelet. I find it and what really no. I look so good. I've more string god. What are you sugar wasted or something mhm okay and courtney jasper asks. What's your favorite part about being a big sister. Sometimes it's really nice when i have to babysit when i get to babysit him and he's like sometimes good friends. Yeah my friends for like five minutes in france really in our house. Usually what happens with siblings. Your mom and me were sisters so we still are. We say we were easily. We're our sisters and so we know all about how that goes yeah. We should not be able to share bathroom for getting ready for school because we would just just fight so bad. It's funny then you'll grow up and be really good friends and you really sweet to each other though sometimes yeah okay sharon king remington and asks do you get nervous about the pressures of social media gossip or mean girls. Do you think social media is a bad thing. Yes ask sometimes yeah but like i have social media but my mom checks it every day to see if anything's happening or anything thank you but sometimes i'm concerned and what makes you concerned all the bad people in the world that dislike try and get information from kids and try and like they kidnap them or something oh. I didn't think about that and i'm not gonna sleep tonight. I'm like oh my gosh okay so you don't put any information ever ever. You shouldn't even show if you're like at the park. I'm not i never do never and our girls. Your age quite nice to each other can mean sometimes yeah but other than that. They're really nice. Oh that's good yeah. I only have nice. I don't like friends. That aren't nice to other people. Well yeah you guys surround yourself with the good one. Yes good for you god. I love you all right. Let's take a quick sixty second break here. Sixty seconds is exactly how how long this commercial is going to last and i know you know from past podcast what else you can do in about a minute. You can get an offer from you can get an offer for your car with truecar car. That's right in the amount of time. It takes to floss your teeth. Pet your dog do a few sit ups or just listen to my voice. You can get a true cash offer and best of all all you can do it from your smartphone or from home. Just go to truecar simply enter your license plate number and watch hire cars details pop-up answer a few questions and you'll get an <unk> accurate true cash offer from a local truecar certified dealer. It's really that easy and after that you can bring your car in and they'll check it out with you together. You could ask questions questions and get the answers that you need so there are no surprises then simply leave with your check or trade in your car for a new ride so when you're ready to experience a better way to sell or trade in your car check out truecar today joanna jonah coolest ceylan. Joanna hainault wants to know if you could have three wishes. What would you wish wish for to move to move in with anti katie jason rahman. Oh late know to live part time there and part time here. Okay that's fair and probably two to on my own scungy line. Oh well you know uh-huh. I know a girl. Maybe you could have your own. Do line bad called the sydney collection and you you can pick all the material that be cool. 'cause i heard that girls in around your age. If they're like dating a boy they give their scrunchy to their boy so cute. Maybe you could have like if you ever want to tell me about a boy you like you could name it that of a scrunchy but we'll wait till you're ready. Okay so that's one wish not wishes k. Through one wish left no that was my third rush could live with you and jason and part time and then my second wedge was live here at the other halftime oh in vernon with amazon. What about your own home doodoo family. It's funny okay if you were a breed of dog. What dog would you be golden retriever my girl okay yeah. What what are your favorite qualities in a teacher. What makes the classroom exciting for you. And what qualities do you like an a teacher because you always love your teachers and someday oh yeah there's only names <hes> so my teachers sometimes make math game math quizzes quizzes fine and like how they make try and make school fine and they are nice stuff so that's what i like. I'm time trying to make learning fun. Yeah yeah okay. That's not all kids like learning aka amy. I didn't like i was terrible at school. What what is the best advice you can give her. She's a teacher heading into the school year. Like what makes you feel special from teacher if they like because because my my teacher sometime say they if people are talking they say thanks for listening. Thanks for listening and that's like kind of like needed to feel special oso if you're not talking in you are listening. Thank you for listening. Yes that's nice well. That's actually a really great advice it. That's good. Maybe you need to be a teacher when he grows up. Just get him. Brenna wiedeman asks if you could only eat one kind of food for the rest of your life. What would you choose again. Yeah you love bacon and see we'd yeah n._c._a. We'd love to but you love those seaweed snacks right yeah boxes yeah. I like those too. Brianna fox wants to know what superpowers do you want to have an y invisible so i'll have to go to school. If you're going to be an actress just quit right now. I'll go to school anymore. Yup great advice anti ah just getting don't stay in school. School is cool. She's given me a weird. Look move on okay and one very last question. It's a special one from haley bristow my mom she wants to know. Do you plan on tidying your room tie-dying hiding no tie-dying. Maybe you're tidying. No no was and go okay. Do you wanna play a game shirt. Have you ever played. Would you rather yes okay. I'm gonna ask you some. Do you have any for me. Would you rather i'm going to answer with u. K okay. Would you rather become five years older or two years younger years younger really yeah. I'm so glad you said said that. I thought you wanted to grow up sometimes on pay taxes. I'm telling you right now. You do not want obey taxes yeah especially. If you're a big time actress and you're making all this coin yeah yeah i would rather her be two years younger as well just because my thirties the early thirties have been some of the best years so i'd like to go back and do it again yeah <hes> you always have time to aid you can never they don't have the option to go back two years okay. Would you rather only able to crawl on all fours or we're only walk. Sideways like a crab q. Only to walk on four is really yeah yeah like a dog yeah. I can't walk like give it then. He wouldn't be able to get on people's level. If you're crab walking. You just got to walk. Sideways can can look ram. Would you rather start a colony on another planet or be the leader of a small country on earth well. That's only like a community would you would you rather start a community on another planet like life or be the leader of a small country on earth lead eight anisimov. I wanna do a personality test with you and see what type of personality were gosh well because you are a leader and you get the leadership awards new. I don't know i just feel. I'm very curious to know what it would. You rather be able to meet meet your favorite celebrity or be the star of tv show the t._v. Show i <music> like hannah montana. Yeah what would be your ideal role funny girl in a movie. Would you rather eat an entire onion or an entire lemon entire lemonade love lemons. I'm like upset at myself that i don't know that about. They love lemons. I love her to my mouth to even think about eating along with our oh god you like that that love it. I think i'd rather eat an entire in my like lemon but i i love onions. You do not like would you rather be able to talk to animals <hes> animals and have them understand you but you can't understand them or would you rather that you can understand animals but they can't understand you. That one hurts my brain a little second one. I can't remember it. You'd rather that you can understand no eight or would you rather eat you can understand the animals they can understand you but then you wouldn't be able to explain to them how much you love them sure okay. That's that's a really tough. One is a tricky wants lonzo really tough one i yeah what do you think talk to animals and have them understand you but you can't understand them or yeah. Yeah probably the first thing so to commands and stuff yeah. Oh that's tough yeah. That's a good point. Get ready to get motivated with the good life with stevie answers on on podcast one the youtube and blogging power couple warm hearts inspire minds and captivate listeners through intimate stories and powerful conversations with people who are making an impact from for major celebrity's to everyday people download the good life with steve download. The good life was stevie and says on every wednesday on apple podcasts and podcasts one. Would you rather visit every country in the world or able to play every instrument that exists is every country yeah yeah. Do you wanna travel when you get older yeah but not not like crazy travel like you don't wanna go backpacking you. You just want to go have fun in places yeah. Where would you want to travel to. First place on. The list is probably new york again. Oh yeah you love new york. The second amadou threes so the second paris we all want to go to paris case and the third one would be in nashville. I really want to see national. We're going to get you out to natural this year. I haven't ticket yeah. I remember that yes. I gave it to you for christmas. Okay so good news. You've already been to new york. Yes and you'll probably go back. I guess and you're coming to nashville. It will make sure you get to paris one day yes. Why do you love new york so much. Just the vibe of the city. Yeah i lake like walking around all day okay and seeing a whole bunch of things yeah like a really negative thing about. It is all the bad people there yeah i mean. What do you mean all that people believe. There's some people. Do you know what i think is is just different for you too because new yorkers are a little bit more aggressive than yeah so i mean there's bad people everywhere. You go to ask but i know what you mean. You're smashed my name like after okay. Would you rather own r._d._s.'s. Would you rather live next to the f. theme park or a zoo zil me but then you'd smell animals all day but yeah but i- same here love to live next to israel. Would you rather have five sisters or five brothers is is there is really a brother. I always wanted to brother growing up. You probably want to sister i want. I always wanted a sister. Really i still want one. You would be a very cute sister like cute to a younger like you'd be a good big sister yeah and what was my other thing. I want to talk to you about. I don't know where do you go back to school. Oh my gosh that's what i wanted to talk to you about l. days so you are going into junior high. I can't even believe that like how you were just three like yesterday yesterday yeah. Are you nervous yeah. Do you have to switch schools. No our school goes up eight okay well. That's nice. Yes jean schools. I finally oh you already. Did that once in your school career anyways yeah but so you but it was hard searching schools in my friends course other school yeah so oh and so what makes you nervous about junior high drama but i'll try very hard to stay away from java. Oh my oh my gosh yes. It's i don't wanna be the one that sends principle office. I know you're not a troublemaker now. No you're not no. You're such a good headcount trouble stopper so proud of you. You're such a sweet angel like you're just a special special. Kid unilat- i don't know you are thank you you are and somebody else was on my. You know how we did that facebook live. Somebody said that they are a teacher at notre dame. Oh matt you and that you were of really happy girl who she said she loved your energy. I wanted that is now coletta's. I'll see if she writes something on twitter and see iran that facebook patients back but yeah. I think it's important to to stay out of the drama because it's just very unnecessary yeah and like you said you liked to surround yourself with good. People not bad burp. Excuse you <hes> and i think how do you avoid it like you just like us walk away yeah yeah if people are being mean erm. I'm starting something. You just walk away. Yes i don't want to be in the middle of something and i don't want to the onsides and the other person get offended. If my two friends they're like not really getting along. I don't want to be on when my closer friends size not like the other one. 'cause that's the one we'll get like offender or something yeah because it's important to have opinions but knowing when to say your opinion's right so in that moment you say i really like you both but i'm going to have to remove myself from the situation and i hope you to figure it out. Yes you're so sweet can you can you <hes> when i have a kid. Can you be her little mentor. Show her how it's done and you should <hes> okay. I'm really into the scrunchy idea. We're gonna give you a little sydney line. Scrub gays and what else did. I want to aurons yep. He was saying he loves us yeah. That's definitely what you just said yep. Is there anything else you wanted to say on the pot and he shouts to any friends out there there. I hope on your friends. One time i saw the brody was falling asleep to one of my podcasts and i was like am during says yeah you can listen to our podcast park art other podcasts yeah but i would definitely listen to this one too. Oh yeah you have. You're more than welcome to listen to this. I'll tell you the ones you can listen to do you. Do you think you'll have podcast. Maybe one day maybe i could issue having one yet. What would it be about seemed like you. Just get get people on it. Just hang out and track. Yeah yeah see what they've got going on. Yep okay here is on ice tea. Arizona ice tea loom shock alaka. Tell everybody to have a great weekend because it's going to be friday when the cell so everybody. We hope you have a great weekend and our message from this podcast is just be kind. Yes stay away from drama. Yes the school this week. Strung dallas sponsored by truecar visit truecar for a more confident car buying experience man. How can you afford gasping at big s._u._v. I pay less for gas and everyone else. I got the free gifts. I guess at pick it up to twenty five cents a gallon cash back every time i buy gas <unk> hotel hotel you get up to twenty five cents off a gallon with the free gifts. 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And I fell Sunday ticket max directtv channel seven oh four all we do is talk football. It's the red zone but for fantasy so instead of talking about who's winning and who's losing we talk about the individual players and who's doing well, it's a fun for hours man fly it goes by so quick. And it's for it's it's eight hours four hours for your shorts. Feels like for. But no, I mean, it's it's for the hardcore man, it's if you're hardcore football fan this shows for you. Well, the first hour of the day is is our pre game show. And that's how we help you get your lineup set up in the guru and co and k Adams, their Brian Westbrook. Can't leave be west out can up in New York with him last week and to be up there again with him this week busy time in the sports world game two of the World Series in the books. Dodgers coming back here with some work to do LeBron. The Lakers they get that allusive first win of the season. Oh, everybody's happy. Now at least for. And then you have Steph curry just doing some work all wizards man for fifty one slaughters. He makes the absurd simple. Yeah. He didn't play in the fourth quarter fifty one and three quarters, man. He was going for a career high. Which was I think fifty seven fifty eight and they didn't put him back in Steve courtesy a fifty one good. You're good. We're good in the first hour went so fast. I don't even think we did the poll question. Yeah. We didn't even get to it. What do you have over there? All right. The poll question brought you guys by truecar car shopping can be confusing terms like dealer price with price and invoice truecar shows you what people paid for the car you want. So you can recognize a good price when you're ready to buy a new or used car, visit truecar to enjoy more competent car buying experience. Today's poll question guys halloween's coming up next week, but the movie Halloween. The original was released today in nineteen seventy eight. So let's just do it right now. Let's do it. What's the best scary movie of all time? We're gonna do some classics on the list Halloween. Nightmare streetfighter the thirteenth the exorcist sawn there we had to throw saw because it was skewing. A little old wasn't. It was it was we had to get some in for that for the millennials. You don't mean should do such a millennial. I love scary movies. I am not huge scare seen all these. But I'm not into kind of the same way. Like, I my wife doesn't like them. And I'm sure you guys know how that works when your wife doesn't like some generally not doing. No, that's your wife. Happy life hostile is one that I stumbled upon six seven years ago flipping wife's asleep in bed. I'm like, oh this school in Razi. That will not try to I crave to. Here's seen the second. One. Don't watch it. I'll say that's great. I'll say this about the poll nightmare on elm street messes everybody up. Yeah. Because again, you fall asleep in this dude shows up that's messed up. That was was that more hard core a youngster than say sure than say Halloween or. For Michael Mars. It's good like I'm just not going to go camping again. It's cool. That's not a problem thirteenth. You just void the lake. Yeah. You know what? I mean. Fine, plus an ethnic, dude. I don't go to the lake it's cool and good. I'm good, you know, but it's like, you know, you gotta go to sleep though. So that really the other move that messed me up a little bit was was sal- sal- mess meal too. Because it was so screwed up. But the ring to where you got to you have to show somebody this video to get yourself off the hook. Yeah. That's kind of messed up, isn't it? Yeah. The ring was crazy. Yeah. That's crazy moved to and she jumped out of the TV. If we all watch TV, I don't eat a little creepy like jumping out of my tell true. I before we going further with a segment when you go watch a movie, which is rare for me to actually go to the movies. Now, you still get a tub of popcorn? No hundred percent always have to right. Come on Xtra you get. The big big one to make myself better layer. The butter is the other. I'm okay, I'm glad we're on the same except I don't do it. And never do it. What do you do you take in a bag of cucumbers healthy? Yes. Watching. Hi, brockman. Let's get let's get to the news. And now a live report rock men with the news. The news is sponsored by the Honda odyssey. The perfect minivan for any family man with magic slide seats and cabin watch. It's never been easier to keep your piece when the kids get a little too out of hand, that's Rich's department. So visit your local Honda dealer today. All right. Let's start with the news. Like, we the raiders are dumpster fire. They're kind of a disaster this year, John gruden's trading everybody, but he's talking about with all the rumors Derek are. They just got rid of Amari Cooper this week. He talked about what the trade deadline is actually like I'm not going to get into any more. Okay. Was uncomfortable thing. It's not the first time. I've seen it. It's not the less much seen it. And it's not the first time. It's happened in the league. And it's not the last time, but it is the trade deadline looming. And sometimes traits happen that are unexpected and untimely. He also added that he doesn't see the raiders making any more moves quote. I didn't see us making a trade the other. Day. But sometimes your plans change, whether you like it or not I don't see us making any more trade, certainly, I don't see us trading. Our quarterback. Do you believe Jon Gruden what he says he's not looking to trade Derek car? No, I don't actually anything Jon Gruden says right now, and he also went on to say all that being said anything can still happen. So I don't know that I don't know that you trade a quarterback midseason. I know you guys talked about this a little bit yesterday. The last time a quarterback traded midseason what did happen to Garoppolo. Last year was a little different wasn't a starting quarterback. It wasn't kind of the elite player maybe some of these other guys, and he had the opportunity to go to San Francisco for three or four weeks until he was finally ready. And it was a perfect storm at the end of the season that can real off five straight wins. I don't think we've seen Gruden do this before we saw him win a Super Bowl in Tampa. With Brad Johnson with with Brad Johnson with guys that weren't his guys. And then we saw Bruce Allin being the general manager. Who doesn't make the calls on personnel? We saw Jon Gruden have full control and that didn't work out. Well, no, he ended up leaving Tampa after six or seven seasons, and basically a five hundred record after he won that I Super Bowl. I think it's going to completely clean house. He's going to bring an all his own guys right now, they have what three first round draft picks. But if history with first round draft picks, so I'd love to see Derek Carr. Stay there. We work with David cars still do work with David car talk to him with regularity about that situation. And I haven't had the chance to ask him. This brooklyn. This is what interests me the most? Would you tell him about engaging on social media because we saw him basically, say don't listen to this and his big brother, not David cars? Other brother come to his defense Darren on list, all of his injuries and say he's played through them. All he's missed two games because they made him as to why. Engage. Why gauge with the trolls on social media? It's hard not to do because we've been in that position for sure. Don't I gave the trolls fed the trolls a little bit. Okay. I know, but you get to a point where like Artem not doing anymore. Yeah. Of course. But yeah, I mean, it's obviously something that is very emotional. For the entire car clan. Look, let me go back to the Amari Cooper trait for a second here. I get that. He was a Pro Bowl or I get that. He's young and he was a quote unquote cornerstone of that franchise. But while we're sitting here killing Jon Gruden that actually was terrific trade for them. I. Amari Cooper, amazing trade for them. They got a first round pick for a guy who was absolutely down in the dumps. So it's interesting to me because everyone's having so much fun piling on Jon Gruden we we don't give them any credit for that trade. And yet at the end of the day in a vacuum. That trade is amazing for the Oakland Raiders. I don't have a problem. The trade. I have a problem with how we handle the trait problem with guys come back to the locker room and checking their phone and find out that Amari Cooper has been pulled off the field. And he's been traded. And John says I'm gonna talk to the guys tomorrow. That's not the world we live in anymore ten years ago. These guys know about these things immediately talks to a reporter. And he comments on the trade prior to talk into the team. I just don't think that's a good way to do business, and maybe he'll realize slowly. But surely how quickly these things get out and Jay Glaser was on the show this week. And he said he had reported that are Cooper was on the trading block two weeks ago, Jon Gruden flatly denied. Right. Exactly said that's how he knew. It was true. That's how we been. So when Gruden comes out and says, I don't see us making any more moves definitely not the quarterback. I don't know how you can believe him. Oh, yeah. For sure you gotta be thinking der cards on the trade block. Look, there's never been a successful NFL franchise. If there is a disconnect between the head coach and the quarterback you've never seen. It. You've never you've never ever seen a fractured relationship between a head coach and a quarterback be successful. So that is the relationship. They have right now, it is clearly a fractured relationship. So how this team doesn't move on from Derek? I don't know how you do that. I don't I don't know that that particular relationship is fractured. I don't know if it's the two of them. I'm not sure if it's fractured yet. I also don't believe that Derek Carr has lost the locker room. We heard lease myth come to his defense guys defense. I. I think there's a lot of belief there in der car, I think the big question would be where do you put him in the hierarchy of NFL quarterback? Now, he makes twenty five million dollars a year when he signed that deal for a minute. He was the highest paid quarterback in football. That is obviously since been clips twenty five million dollars a year in three years is going to be going rate for a mid tier chore NFL quarterback for win for twenty. Yeah. I think he's still. Tied for six. I think believe in terms of being highest paid quarterback in the NFL. But where if you do trae, Derek Carr, a what you get for Derek Carr and be wh what's good fit? The first two teams that come to mind. Obviously are the Jacksonville Jaguars. And the New York football giants. Yeah. I wouldn't. I think he could thrive in both those places big brother David, obviously, a backup to ally. With the giants is is highly thought of in that organization is there another team that you could see him going to where he could kind of fit right in. And maybe the missing piece to the puzzle that's tough. Because there's a lot of great young quarterbacks to you know, what I mean? So, yeah, if you've got a if you've got a Sam darnold, or whatever it's not like, you're not making a move to get it doesn't make any sense. I will say this. I think his his contract is pretty team friendly, which I think will actually aid in the trae process as well. So you're right twenty five million for a quarterback of that nature of that class. Plus, it's still a pretty team. Friendly deal as well. I don't know. He is very little guaranteed money. That's what I'm saying. After the team friendly thing. Yeah. Guys mentioned Jacksonville there. They kind of have their own quarterback situation going on right now Bortles obviously benched last week for Cody Kessler now they're taking on an eagles team in one. And you wondering what's going to happen? Could Blake Bortles get benched. Again, could could he be on the move class Campbell talk yesterday said, you know, I look into his eyes Bortles, and I see the competitor nobody's tougher on himself than Blake. He loves the game wants to do. Well, he understands takeaway the turnovers and this is a different ballgame. He's focused. He's working hard. Hopefully, we get on the road here and make some good things happen. Do you think Blake Bortles is diffuser Jackson? First of all, I love the fact that collapse cable says if you take away the turnovers. Yeah. Okay. Pal. Look if you take away all the bad place. Only has good place. I got it. Yeah. That's cool. That's just not the case. You know what I mean? Well, do I think he's a future in Jacksonville? No. The question is they're up against the cap. What do you do it because he has a very team friendly contra as well signed that three year deal were nineteen million or even less? I think it's sixteen seventeen million. I believe it was like three years forty five million. That's very team friendly. I here's here's the thing. They decided that Blake Bortles in their mind was as good as any of the quarterbacks coming out in this year's draft. And they they felt like specifically I think that a Sam darnold type like we already have a Sam darnold type quarterback right here. Why don't we roll him? I would hope that wasn't the evaluation and do you miss completely missed the boat. If you're if you're the Jags. What about a guy like Ryan Fitzpatrick this year if that window is so small that championship window is tiny. And it is already slipping away. That's why not make a trade. Give him two weeks to get up to speed. Then let's roll mccown's an option to. I mean talk about Sam darnold. I think counts. Absolutely an option for them as well. If they wanted to make that trade a lot of people throwing around teddy Bridgewater name to well. Bridgewater's stuck between Tatum hill and she's going to play for another few years. That would be a good one. If they could win on that. If they traded a third round, or I believe for Bridgewater. So they could get a second round in for bridge. What I just don't know if you get that right now Brooklyn. Yeah. I don't know guys. We got to wrap this up, but a quick baseball node couple managerial hires this week the twins announced they're bringing in Rocco ball deli as their next manager. He's spent the last four seasons as a coach for down in Tampa. Only thirty seven years old the youngest manager in the majors and this week. The angels hired a new man replacing Mike socia- Brad office. New angels manager thirty seven years old the youngest manager in major league baseball McVeigh, Sean McVay th. Thirty one the youngest head coach in NFL history lane kiffin was also hired at thirty thirty one. And then call Shanahan's what thirty seven thirty eight. We have a lot of the Adam gates. I think is right around forty negative matinees. He's pretty forty around forty. I like this influx of of new fresh blood and fresh talent and these young coordinators that are gonna air it out. Well, it's fresh thought to I mean, that's the thing. You know what I mean? So you're getting a whole brand new way of thinking about football. You got Gabe Kappler's young Aaron Boone can't be older than what forty two forty three with the Yankees. It's it's interesting because so long, especially NBA this just drove me nuts. The retread troll. Just would come around and get three four jobs. It was unbelievable. I am actually blanking right now. He was the head coach Kevin O'Neill kept Kevin Kevin O'Neill has bounced around from college to MBA Kosheh Toronto. Raptors coach. ESE coached at Tennessee. When I was there and outside of run to the Sweet Sixteen at Marquette. There was no sustainable success at any level for Kevin O'Neill. Yep. He kept kept in jobs. Unbelievable. The old the old boy network in the NFL something they've talked about for longtime. I don't think it's dead. But certainly you see the success of a guy like, Sean McVeigh. It opens the doors for the guys like Matt Nagy and under percent and new young fresh blood to come in. I thought Matt floor might be that guy with the Tennessee titans. As you know, do the Tennessee titans preseason games. Got a chance to visit with leflore allot in titans got off to that fast. Start three and one. And then they fall into the abyss and lost three in a row. But I mean, even when they got the three in one ugly. Yeah, it was a very ugly. They didn't look good offensively all year. We have a lot of NFL talk to get to with Charles Davis. My buddy there with the titans games. He's on that number two team at FOX with Kevin Burkhardt. Actually, I believe he's going to be working with. Kenny Albert coming up. He's calling the Redskins giants game. Because Burkhardt is busy with a little thing called the World Series on FOX so CDs going to be coming up. 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The analyst from the number two team with Kevin Burkhardt on FOX currently working alongside Kenny Albert. They will be calling the Redskins giants game on Sunday because Burkhard is busy doing some World Series stuff. Cd? How you doing brother? I'm doing. Well, how about you guys? I I think we're doing okay we've made it through the first hour in twenty five minutes relatively unscathed. As I haven't checked Twitter yet. So, you know. That last bit there where you don't listen been your only. Charles. You gotta say this pill. I I can't save you can get control. If you're low your love hope you guys are both doing great. We're doing great, my friend. I know you've been studying up for that Redskins giants game already. So let let's let's start with that, you know, a huge Redskins fan, and I'm not really buying them. As a team that's on their way to a division title. What have you seen when you study them so far? Well, I've seen a team that's been a watch back the CBS broadcast last week jacked up, they weren't who have one out of the FOX inventory because you know, NFC pack. Right. So they end up with the game. And. Great rivalries and ended up having a terrific game. But they flashed up a wonderful graphic. I thought it was really terrific that showed. Over the course of time. Just how average Washington has been almost equalizers out every time you stop it somewhere. And here they are in their last ten games. There are no last twenty thirty five hundred no matter what you did. You know, there wasn't much fluctuation either way, and that's been issue for them over the last three years. J crew totally early. We have a very running team. And he didn't mean it as a compliment. Team. To make a return in the fourth quarter can come back like an Aaron Rodgers on your side never think you're out of a game. But they have shown dramatically when they get out to Leeds. They're hard to beat if they don't get out to aid. People beat them and showing up this year just look at their record for this season. And look at how the games played out. Here's where there's optimism places one strong together. Back to back victories and significant ones. Okay. Beating Carolina at home, and then turn around beating Dallas that was big for them huge. And then the second part is the rest of the NFC tripping over it self as well. So it could be we could bode well for them. I'm throw in one more day that defensive front and the investment they've put in defense over the last couple of drafts and free agency. I think is starting to pay dividends for them. They have three a- Alabama guys on that defense. That are all Ryan Anderson, probably the least heralded. Right. You're absolutely right. But drawn painted Jonathan Allen huge parts of that defensive line. The things that hindered them the most coming into the season. We're stopping the run and running rock, and obviously they're big place to doing both of those. All right. The giants. I'm not going to ask you the question. Everybody's wondering is Eli done. I will ask you at this way. What isn't in New York? What? And I think I think that is the question. What's the biggest problem with that team right now is it the offense of line that just it's like a sieve? Money, and and not getting the return on investment, you like it a lot. Fifty five times. Number hip out of be into the Gabby towards one hundred right? Buts about that. It's going to actually played fairly well the first month or so the season, but he's a rookie. He's have time to battle. And you know, what doesn't help a rookie guard a rotating block of centers and had that down. How he'll started the season. He gets hurt. Neil. I think the second game Greco comes into place. More moving need to make the move. Poli who stabbing center for the chargers in two thousand and. Tina believe so rotating group there I help rookie guard who relied center to make sure it wind up correctly. Here's walking. Here's what's going on. And he's got three guys that he's already played next to that doesn't help at all practical mauvais of it. You know, they put a bunch of money into him as a free agent. He was hurt last week. But truthfully, he's going to get benched anyway, making a move to Greco, and right tackle, we know that they tried air flowers. We know that didn't work they tried to shop. No one wants to take him. They cut him up in Jacksonville. And you're starting you know, Chad Wheeler right tackle undrafted free agent. So yeah, that's a long way. The real issue for them. But it's happening all different places in now a team that they hoped would contend you can tell by this week with the trading of ally. Apple trading snacks Harrison that they're open for business that way, and even John Mayer loans the team finally said this past week at the owners meeting. Yeah. This is not going to be a quick fix rebuilt this time. So we are James, Dan. Healy on the rich Eisen show. We got Charles Davis. The great Charles Davis joining us as well. Charles. Can you talk about what that mood might be with New York, man? Because again, you talk about a team. That's you know, struggled to win a game trading away some of their best players. I mean, I was absolutely floored that they traded away snacks. Because again, I mean, I know they've been giving up some yards on the ground. But still everyone recognizes snacks is one of the best defensive players. They got on that team to trade them away for for what they got. I think it was a fifth round pick. I was blown away by that. And I'm sure that does not sit. Well. With the current players on that team. Well, you've probably have seen the tweets from Landon Collins, and you know, the divine Canard who's in Detroit now play with the giants. It was like, hey. Go to sleep. All right. So I'm sort of. Players aren't happy because knacks is pretty popular there. But go back and look at the number of places percentage of place, James. Okay. And that and that's going to tell you a big reason about what's going on. Defenders game. But he's not playing that much. Or nearly what you would expect him to be playing coated. They're still not stopping the run, you know. And that's what he's supposed to be there to to solidify right and the last, but not least at no one's going to talk about. He's got a very unwieldy contract. And for them to make moves to get better. They have busy. They gotta get rid of some of that Detroit, which still has his eyes like getting it in the NFC north or no wanna take it off elevated yet, not totally. Well, what if they've been really bad out this year? Yeah. And that Patricia has been around as a defensive coordinator, what is his team throughout kind big guys inside who can stop the run and helped them out everywhere else. He's kind of looking at the snack Harrison as an investment in that to get things going for his nuclear program, Detroit. So it makes sense for both sides in a lot of ways, especially when you're one in six they're going to be other players. They're going to talk about. Read it. I mean, I'm reading stuff getting ready to jenkinson keeps popping up. Right. Olivier Vernon name pops up. Although I don't see that one is coming because the way the contract is structured, so I'd be a real surprise. And of course, the conversation is when do they actually make a move with ally because last year's regime is you guys remember they drafted David Davis Webb kit out of Colorado out. They decide they need to see him late. They need to see another quarterback late in the season. So they bench Eli and killed a streak of two hundred ten straight starts, which you know. He's very proud of. And they start Gino Smith. So the first one you sit down you have your heart conversation with your your veteran quarterback. We're going nowhere. This what we want to do? And I'm sure they could have come up with a pretty good deal with him. I really think that I think when they said we're gonna bench you Gino Smith that what right out the window. That's right. Plan and Gino Smith is not a plan. You've got tape on Gino Smith you've seen him in the league. Find out if your rookie can play this year they draft a cow Aleta fourth rocket out of Richmond. He's been active every game. So behind the scenes they have to start ramping that up and decided if they're going to play him, which I think they have to because they Patterson every quarter pack and last year's draft. They gotta find out if you had investment of all Letta before they go into next year draft. So when do they pull the plug on Eli when do they have this conversation, I think behind closed doors, the people who run the team or having that conversation? I think this week's game is probably after it's over that conversation ramps up into high gear now, I think you're probably right. And you have the Letta who you said has been inactive. And then you also have Alex Tanny. No, no, come on. That's. Finish charles. Wrote here, but Alex. To my point. He's not he's not an NFL caliber quarter. But he finished Hannie trick shot artists throw it in. Because every time I say, Alex, candy people look at me funny, especially when back home in the northeast they go away. And I go way played at Monmouth. And they go. Northeast. Well, he played at Monmouth. And we'll let it was at Richmond. Certainly not a big time power five program by any stretch of the imagination one AA versus division. Two little different might be just maybe to momma too. Yeah. Anyway, and then in any event, it's been interesting to watch. And I hate it for ally. Because one thing about him when everybody can criticize it and criticize that that guy's answered the bell. And we always talk about quarterbacking consistency guys showing up toughness. You know, people might not think of allies and all time tough guy. How NFL quarterbacks answered the bell sixteen games year in year out. It's hard to do. I think he's I think he's paid the price. Charles for that. I feel like he can't even move around. He's already thirty seven and was never great mover to begin with. And when you become thirty seven you've moved even less. Officers line to better your need things to go. Well, they were hoping Barkley in the draft choice of Barclay. I don't think you can criticize in terms of production. But they were hoping he would make you off line better. He would help you lie out. The problem is he's done it to such an extent that maybe the ball is in getting downfield as much as they want. And I know you lie would look at me and go bro you stand into pocket. Try. Run into everybody wants to push it down shield. Remember, what it takes to push it down feel and they have to a great extent right now. He could end up saying that's you in the production meeting. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. I think he probably will you. I wanna ask you about a friend of yours. Somebody who you coached with at Pacific. I believe and that's no not Hugh O, Jon Gruden Jon Gruden you go way back with Jon Gruden you're friends with Jon Gruden Jon Gruden is having a rough go of it. What what what is your? What is your take on? What is going on in Oakland right now? I really wish I had a good take on it. One of the things that you have with friends, and I know it's different in our business because sometimes because of our friendships we get more stuff than others. But I'm like silver. You know, I'm not writing for living. I'm not breaking stories for a living that sort of deal. So I'm able to take my friendship with John and keep it right there. Don't ask in these sorts of things when we talk we don't have those types of conversation. So everything I'm about to say, all right? I'm saying a person who's observing as an analyst is a person who's watching the league. I don't know what's going on there. I know what the plan is. I'd like to know what's happening. The giants are now telling us that they're rebuilding right with the moves that they're making. That's one thing. I can take it Oakland the said we're gonna rebuild. Now. It's been jarring because you're rebuilding getting rid of grill. Back even approach prime yet. Mark Cooper who supposed to be a thousand yard receiver and he's had consistency at quarterback. So don't know what's happening there and right on down the line. And this was a team that just like the giant. They were the playoffs two years ago. So we didn't think it was a huge reboot and and it change over. But both of these teams in two years time have decided to turn over the roster. So it's very interesting look at it. Let's just put it this way. I don't know where Oakland's playing next year 'cause they don't have the lease for Oakland. Right now. I'm not sure Oakland wants back for next year. But they will go into Las Vegas with an entirely new book. Yeah. No. I don't think there's any question. Picks in this year's draft, which they need to hit on. They got hit on all of them. Right. Every single one two years ago member when Cleveland had the three first round picks. I would say that they'd hit on them. Yeah. You know, if you look back right by Garrett Jibril peppers, David Joko. I think all three of those or hits. And then they supplemented this year with Baker Mayfield and Denzel ward, you can't say that the Browns didn't draft players before. We let you go Charles. And thank you so much for coming on. I really appreciate it. Your favorites? Little inside baseball in terms of calling games you've been doing far longer than I have and one of the one of the cooler parts that you get this time to sit down with with the coaches and the players in these production meetings, who are your favorite guys coaches players to you're not exactly chopping it up all the time and production meetings there, they're all different. But sometimes you do who are your favorite guys to sit down with. And just listen to I was lucky enough that I came in before farve exited Brett farve. The only player ever did I dealt with in an NFL production meeting that you had to end the meeting. Interesting, and I say that with admiration not with any type of a shot or anything like that. Brett like hanging out. And I remember so much of Minnesota told me you gotta understand everyone knows Brett farve. And you know, how difficult that isn't football guys football guys aren't recognized the same way other than their size like basketball player even baseball players because the helmet, you know, the face people go that somebody who and by fat. But Brett was recognizable. So he didn't go out to dinner on the road. Right. He stayed in like to hang out shopping with the guys. So how lucky was is a young broadcaster. And here's Brett farve with the speed up telling us stories. For the game. But just hanging with Brett farve. So it's hard to beat that. Especially for for me at the time. I was in and I'll leave you this and Alec Ogle trae who I I will see at some point this weekend. Now with the giants with the Rams he went to Georgia James, you may not know this. But Dan, and I both went to Tennessee. Much right now after last week. Ball. And I had the Rams a couple years ago. Tennessee, Georgia we. Allah came in with a big grin on his face. Joe Davis because he. I know. Game in about halfway through. We're talking having a good time asking him questions being the rest of the crew just me and him and someone from the Rams pop their head in and went, oh, Alan real quick, Tennessee, just beat you. Dan of the hail Mary that game. And I'll have any of those. He does what the guy said. Yeah. They do a hail Mary. Did they just they just said, it's good? Tennessee win. Well, that's amazing. Okay. We're done here. No, we're done. Enjoy that moment. Hopefully, we have some more of those. Those are fun. Charles davis. One of the best in the business hundred percent as I said, my partner in the preseason with titans working for FOX and NFL network right now, also also my son would be the first to remind me that is the voice of Madden analysts on Madden. And it is. That's you do get recognized as much for mad now as you do for anything else. Not as much as one would expect because myself and Brandon God, my partner were barely in the game. Pop up the third quarter like our faces pop up, and I think our by buttons right through like, no why. But but every week in a production meeting around a team, no exaggeration at some point. Someone will make a reference to the mad and game. Whether it's actually playing it or that guy last week was unbelievable. He's like something out of bed and something along those lines occasionally guys know who I am. But a lot less than you would think. Well, what an amazing franchise to be a part of. And he also sent my my son Madden game. So thank you for that, my friend. Hey, have a great call with with my Redskins and the giants coming up this weekend for your sake. I hope it's a good game in the Burgundian Golda Kamata top feeling that we will have a good game. It's that type of rivalry the giant pride stung when nearby thinks it's a fire sale. Those types of teams tend to come out and play pretty hard. So I spent it to be that type of a game. And James your me at the at seminar men. He's we. Two years ago. You're like no way, I'm doing this again. So I say you next year from coming back. Okay. Hey, there you go. I like him in. Good one of the best in the business. Trolls Amos, thank you very much James code, Dan Heli in here filling in for ridge is always great to to just chat with Charles about really about anything. He's one of the most well, read guys. Yeah. In our business. He is a big time reader. I think he policies off two to three books week. Once you're telling me that he got super excited to meet an author one time when when we were in Nashville the first game, we call together asked if you wanted to go out to dinner is kind of kind of a big day tomorrow. I'm like, oh, cool. You would you have family come into town. He goes I wanna see James Patterson, but it wasn't James Patterson. And he's like, no, I'm going to meet my favorite author. Oh, yeah. 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But then then, yeah, what's going on mixed up our coffees, which I'm fine with this one was in the microwave, Mike where my and I added a little bit of half and half to mind that I don't care. I'll switch it back at it's more coughed so thinking it was mine. Let's see what do think truecar dot com for sponsoring this show of ours today. What's on your mind? Drew? Call the call up there get going with that. All right. Northern california. Hey, Ben twenty-seven. What's going on guys Yemen? I just had a question. My mom's been kind of experience short term memory loss like kinda mixing thoughts and kind of repeating things that time throughout the day. And I was wondering if there's like different diagnoses for early onset Alzheimer's like the could possibly depression or stress or like psychosomatic induce. That's not the differential. I mean. Yes, there is something called pseudo dementia which people argue about whether it exists, but that is not what you're describing here. Tell me more. She having any weird emotional outbursts such thing as semantic. He is having emotional kind of outburst. Kind of like. Sorta like, yeah. I mean it motion operas, I guess I would describe them. There's something called frontal temporal dementia that this kind of sounds like she little bit child-like. A little bit. Yeah. And is she seen in Raleigh? Had surgery on her coal and she had like a remote. True. Were we talking about this once that after surgeries this presented itself some ways, but she's been kind of presenting like this? You know, I I would say before that just I mean, I guess I'm just trying to throw out anything increase. Does she use spray on Terance? Because the aluminum drew your body's like a radiator. Okay. If the flush they get toxins build up, they need has been of you know, on and off prescription drug abuser. Would did she ever have any may? We'll be using again. I mean, that'd be easy expert using benzodiazepines. Oh, really? Yeah. Bemis? Okay. Denise benny's, benny's were tenure. Perpetrates or maybe their speed speed. But wind combining benzedrine. Yeah. All right. I like saying though, it you think it could be just expended. Is she oughta much bentos? I'm pretty sure. Oh, well, yeah. For sure what's going on with her. What isn't going on with her? I think would be a better question, which she if she's a drug addict, she should not be on benzel days of pain. That's that's crazy. Drew the longest in this crazy plan of ours. Yeah. I realize that. There's a lot of. We're not doing people favors by doing people favors. Oftentimes, that's true. Go ahead fill that out flush that out. So there's a lot to that. I have said a million times. You should be cooking your child breakfast in the morning, and then sending them to school like dating it free lunch at school free breakfast. Like yet. That's not good. It's not good. It gets them into a system. It breaks the bond between the mom and the kid or the dad and the family and the whatever. And it's whole thing gets them dependent on the government. Like, be careful what you do when you think you're doing somebody a favor saying as a doctor when somebody comes in and they're going like feeling anxious. I'm having trouble sleeping, you need to exercise more you need to go on a long going to five mile hike during the day. And then tell you sleep that night. You know what I mean? Right or start throwing shelf at a cold pool. Take a cold shower all mobile this thing like, hey, give him some pills, and no doubt that's free slot. So you're seeing thirty and thirty patients day that patient comes in. And they want pills, and you have to say, no, you have to sit and. Them make a bunch of other recommendations. Hey, look, I know what I need I need and they come at you by thirty different ways. And I'm gonna fill up patient satisfaction for him today. What a crappy job you've done for me. My doctor always gave me cloud pen, whatever and look at it would be such. I can't believe you're doing this to me. I'm gonna have my son calling my son's an attorney. I mean this right. So you get you have fifteen minutes of onslaught onslaught while you're trying to go. No, no, no, hold the line. And then offer something on top of that like trying to educate them. But right, sleep melatonin of the things you can do that. They don't wanna hear. They're not taking away. It's extr as opposed to. Oh, my pad dont get out here. Yeah. It's so much harder. So much harder. People don't appreciate that. Everything's easier in a pill form. No, it's it's, but it's, but it's the problem is the right thing to do is to not open your prescription pad just not open it, and it's hard. It's our law. Doctors can't withstand trained to stand. It. Everything is hard the no, yes. No. Yes. Making your kid breakfast versus to ship them off. And let them get the free breakfast. It's harder. It's more expensive. It's more everything. It's the right thing to do taking a hike tiring yourself out then going to bed versus taking a pill is harder. It's everything is hard. But it's harder for the patient. Of course, that's harder. But for the doctor to withstand the manipulations and the demands and how about the politician saying enough with the free lunches and the free breakfast. Is you hate kids? We're going to now we're we're gonna we're gonna protest outside your. House. Of course, it's easier just to go. I love kids give them the free slum. That's when I'm saying. And we're that is what Alexis de Tocqueville predicted about this country. He said that's the one thing that one he had like three or four major concerns with that was one of them that we that the government would become the nanny caretaker the source of information. The source of you know, he he could see it how we could see it back then as eighteen twenty percents that dressing our cat. Is it that one is that the that are or the other one? Maybe Ville he came here from France eighteen twenty four he studied the American came to study the penitentiary system penitentiaries. Uh-huh. Because it was the admirations of the world, and he'd that was a ruse. I would explain to him. We do not have a debtor's prison unless you the government money, and then you have to go to prison now, if I you money, and you oh me money, then there's no prison because that's unfair. But there's an exception. Don't pay the IRS then you do have to go to prison. Yeah. So we don't have debtor's prison unless you don't pay the government, then you do prints, but no debtor's prison. It's called the red in my warehouse in Burbank owed me fifty K never gave it to me. There's nothing that can be done about that. But if the government money, then you may go to prison which teams utterly. Fair who's making the rules. Just a coincidence. That someone owes me money private sector way. They don't go to prison, but the do go to prison if they oh, you money seems to on its face like, maybe a little tilted toward you. Come on. We've signed off on this premise that you shouldn't be going to prison for people money. So I would just extend that to Wesley Snipes. Well, funny would that that what you're getting at. Now is something that has been bothering me a great deal lately, which is the lack of logic in everyone's brains at this podcast, not you. But in the arguments that people put forth to me, my favorite one is the the wall. Well, it's a more. Well, forget him moral. But when we when we dry when you drive down the four or five the wrong message, but hold on. When you get to what is a book and a message a border send this fucking dogs and guys with guns and MIR's put under trucks weird message. Well, that's what I want to know. So you go down the five and you hit that what does that you'll call the cars lineup to cross? What does that say any Cedra? No, they crossed the border as a wool there. They all your you want me to say Ford across that board across wall there that order on one side is our immigration and naturalization guys and is side is mickan federally with machine guns. Right. They don't they don't want you to just they didn't build a bridge. They build a wall that we have to line up to go across right? Well, there is a bridge. But it's one of those walkie bridges where you walk Matt knows he's account panel of their kept her stashed and teach into of course, she lived there. But it sound cooler. She kept her stash there, you there is that walkie bridge thing that you circular walkup thing. Go over the highway down there. Thank. So there is this. Is a bridge from one side of the highway the other it doesn't go long way right right to let I understand from Arizona, the California that doesn't. But east-west kind of from a logical standpoint I want to build a bridge from logical standpoint. The the wall goes to on the ocean side, it goes to the ocean. And on the other side, it goes how far does it? Go. Knows the, but we don't have walls. So should we take that down because we're not gonna I don't wanna fucking wait in line and the border if I have to go to Mexico, this just take it all down. No, no. And then I again, people started screaming to me if you're hungry child. You do anything to get them up here. So we're I don't yes, we have to okay. Children the world, we should take. I okay. But what's the logic here? All hungry children. Come our way. Yes. That the logic. Well, it is a subject that I always kind of laugh about which is. The politicians have sort of painted themselves into this kind of a corner when you can say both directions. But to me, the Democrats have really painted themselves in a quarter because they have to talk about no one is a stronger proponent for border security than me. Right. And then the next sentence. They have to explain it walls, don't work and their moral. And then the next statement after saying their moral after explain we can't afford it which is sort of now now now we're getting into different subjects here. It's not, you know, I don't I don't say like. You know, my my my wife says I want to send the sun to volleyball camp. That's immoral. We can't afford it. But it wouldn't work. What wait a minute would would work now wouldn't work, but we can't afford it anyway, but it's immoral like walking. But which what is the reason sunny doesn't go to volleyball camp moral tomorrow? That's the reason, and it doesn't work and it says a bad message to the rest of lockin Yata as expensive and we can't afford it. And and it wouldn't it wouldn't do anything. He wouldn't get better follicle. No, I mean, it's more. We can't afford it. So pick a lane picked stain the immoral lane or stay in the it's not affective lane. I don't to me the effective part of the wall. Not being affective is weird because it sort of like. Well, it certainly falls under the it couldn't hurt category. To me. I'm feel like you'd have to attempt to go round it or under it or over it walls around their houses. Well, I get I mean to me, I'm okay, here's what I'm gonna say. I don't wanna get into that. Al Gore flies. Private jets argument. You know, if Al Gore now become the environment, right, but I don't wanna get into it. Here's my feeling. If Al Gore was working on a new tungsten filament for lightbulb that took no electricity to burn. But he had to go back and forth in New York or Nova Scotia to get adequate lab time, I would be used all the fucking Lear jets. You want broader? That's right. I don't care you're not gonna fucking jet. Oh, you're lecturing me on kilowatts, and you're using. Private jet fine. If that's what you're gonna do. Now, if you're gonna hammer bunch of checks telling me about the polar ice caps and the polar bears are going to be out of homes, but it doesn't happen any fly the private jet. You are sort of open yourself up to some scrutiny at that point still. I'm not interested in the fly private, and you lecture me about the environment. I am not interested. I personally like the walk the walk talk to talk. You know, you're worried about the environment. Where do you live out gore? The Yuna bombers shack. Oh, and you read by candlelight last night. Yes. I did. Okay. Good. Okay. Consistent better than that than having a sizeable property or properties, the burn lots of kilowatts, but I'm still not going to get into that. And the fact that there's a wall around the wherever a wall around the school, the private school or what have you? I don't like when people get into the like, oh that's hypocritical. But it is difficult to make the argument that they don't work when they're implemented so often and too great to great effect. There's a wall around the power plant up the street from us. I it's not something you you can't access that PowerPoint less. Your you need to be very motivated to get into this power plant. It's on the corner here. But I would argue my argument Myron was always pretty simple what the professional is what's the consensus amongst the professionals doing the work at the border. What do they feel you need? That's it. It's all it's all I need to know. Do you know anything else? No, no. I don't I don't I don't. I'm not interested in what's moral immoral when it comes to. Science or physicians or walls or anything. I just want to know what the fact of I don't know. It's it's it's it's. Strange to me that anyone would serve craft on an attitude if you win well, actually, drew do your truecar than about the time. 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Check out truecar today for the true cash offer. Okay. So few things have I'm trying to push across something. In a world where everyone disagrees with you as racist, and everyone white has white privilege, and everyone's homophobic, xenophobic everything. Everyone's just everything all the time. It is funny that we're taking a wall. This is something it's made of cinder block and rebar and calling it a moral where literally tearing opening the bible and grafting on some things. Inanimate objects have a difficult time being immoral right? The cars and things it's promoting a split with Brown. People Beck's going to set. Right. I think most people have already signed off on the we would like a split with Mexico. That's a fucking Narko state. The president the last president or the one before him got one hundred million dollar bribe for milk chapeau, which doesn't seem to be making the rounds at news. I don't know why seems like a pretty big news story to me million bucks to the president not to the district selectmen of Tijuana to the president of Mexico one hundred million dollars from fucking drug kingpin. So yes, I would like some separation between that way life and our way life. If you would like to sell me on border security, you simply go, hey, I don't mind building the wall, but the many more effective things we could do with that same money that would yield greater results. Just get talked. Give them semi the professionals that worked on there that can tell me what that is. And let me use this diorama and this pointer stick and show. Exactly what we shall be doing. And then I would go. Okay, go do that. Yeah. Look if somebody said. Hey, your kids go to the junior high over there. Yeah. They're gonna take down all the fencing around it go. Yeah. Why why would you take down all the fence around while here's gonna do exact on all the fencing and every twenty feet, they're gonna put a security guard there, and that way the kids will have access if there's an emergency Bill get out, whatever. But the security guards will be there. Twenty four seven to make sure and I'd go. Okay. That sounds reasonable. But if you go because fences are immoral and they don't stop people. I'd go. I think I think they do. And then they'd go. Yeah. But we'll have drone veiling the fence. And I'd be like, yeah. They they've ring doorbell footage of everyone breaking in everyone's house stealing shit and leaving. We we got the footage. We don't have amount of tennis brace. So we have the footage of it. Like, I'm not interested in footage. I wanted to stop coming into the house. So let the guys I the notion that you are me or Nancy Pelosi or even Trump. Or anybody knows better of what's going on the border, then the people that work on the border. It's kind of insane. Right. And I don't hear them speaking really with a unified voice, they seem to speak through the president. And I I'm just curious what what's going on down there. What they really think? I'd love to know. Well, I think if you ask them, I think if you asked anybody, look, here's your job. You get this Toyota Land Cruiser, and you got this stretch of desert over there and arid Sonal, and you just kind of patrol it. I think he said to that guy in go. Well, what's your what's your range while I'm in charge of this thirty mile zone here? And you went one if I put up a wall at thirty miles. Would you be happier with them the guy? Probably be like, yeah. I can eat lunch my truck and not worry about that stretch. That's what I would assume and then you can go. Well, they just go round. We're wasn't go. Yeah. But if you're the guy patrolling that stretch. I would assume there's a power plant on the corner. They probably have a guard. If you ask the guard, would you prefer all the walls taken down he'd probably go. Now, the make my job harder. Could you still do your job? Maybe what if we hired on some more guys? Yeah. But don't think the wall down. Well, if the same argument for putting a wall up to be made for taking down. It's really just the same argument. If the answer is. Here's the question. That's what I keep asking. Why don't we take take down? If they've had an unbroken wall traveling. Let's say you had a modern wall that covered every bit of the twenty two hundred miles or whatever it is along the southern border, and it was up. Now. Would you take it down when the answer? No, okay. So somebody actually asked one of the Sunday news shows 'cause he was going on about being morally goes, well, why don't we take down? What's their between, those two cities? No, no, not. Well, the problem with the take it down between the two cities. It's like there's all these arguments about where it's pushing people and funneling and channeling the real question is hypothetically, if the wall was up and finished would you want it down for border security reasons or humanitarian immoral you'd want to take it down. I don't think many people then vote to take it down at that point. Then you go. Okay. We'll now about money. What what about the money five point? Seven billion dollars. All right. Well, we're right at that number with the bullet train, and there's no track been light yet. So can't be money. Otherwise, whoever was pushing for the bullet train would not be pushing for the bullet train. It can't be the same party. That's pushing for one hundred million dollar non bullet train doesn't says the five million billion are hundred billion in the five billion. Same group. Can't go the five billion to retry blood. That's. That's insane. That's that's me buying a million dollar Paul Newman race car, and then you wanna sell me your old BMW for nineteen K. And I go we think fucking money. Like, that's a weird argument from that side of the aisle. You're you're pushing ironically in California for one hundred billion dollar bullet train that no one's going to ride. We're at the price of the wall for what you guys have started already. You're just planning laid track. Rarity that number. So can't be money. Can't it. Drew shaken said, that's good pot. But I when you talk about that train, I go apoplectic myself. So, but we need it. It's not even set up to be a bullet train. I know I'm just saying it's a little disingenuous to push hard for project like that. And then start talking about finances and responsibly fiscal responsibility and how to pay spend taxpayers money. Yes. Yeah. Considering one is twenty times more. Yes. Okay. Lynn twenty seven for you know, one fortieth of the the budget of the tar country. Go ahead. Sorry line. Hey, adam. Hey, drew how you doing? So I have a question. My it's it's more for drew. I guess so my dad he's just turned sixty last year and about three years ago, he said like a nasty cocaine habit. Now, it's an addiction it's full fledged. And he was like very successful executive like here in the Silicon Valley. And I'm I guess I'm wondering is there shot in hell that someone like him could ever get better? Somebody's protested by money and people and stuff like that. It's not easy. But yes, sure, it's it's hard to get people motivated that still have money. That's for sure. Wow. Law enforcement cry raking. He must've been drinking all along. That's my bet. Yeah. A long time. Thank you picked up the cocaine habit in his sixties fifty. I bet it was around around at his thirties or twenties. And it came back is probably what happened and as long as you drink in the whole time and all kind of together. So you know, he's got out calls and cocaine addiction plenty of people get oil from that. But he has to want to get well, you can push that issue by doing an intervention hiring interventionists, and, you know, saying look we can't be a part of your life. If this goes on the prepared to really bring the axe down how much cocaine ereck and he's doing. I wanna see I don't know. I I mean, I know he's like from what I know he likes fills us those little bullet things and goes all day and late into the night. But I guess I don't know what is your take on like older like executives like with all the stress that goes on and on common thing, if people just like lose it at age sixty and there's a lot of going on with drugs for sure, but I also there's a whole new thing where it's like people are getting divorced in their sixties and like Stanford Carol Bennett right been together for thirty seven years. I get why we're getting divorced like there's this whole thing. Like careers addiction divorce all this six year old people engaging and stuff like when we were kids couples in their sixties. Couple the twain the tie the days of cocaine and new pussy. That's gonna pass their starting over. Well, look, he can get well, but he's either gonna have to have major major losses before he does or somebody's going to have to intervention try to get are you saying, he's still employed. No, no, he's semi retired. At this point. I think he just kind of bowed out speaking. What's going on feel like there's usually there's a woman around somewhere to try to keep this kind of stuff and check I feel like I don't feel like I mean, he's married to my mom for thirty years. And I don't think she helps anything I mean that's weird one for her to kind of look pass after thirty years ongoing struggle called forever. So is there what what you would do is you'd organize friends family people that he works with you to write a script, and you rehearse it. And you'd intervene, but you have to have everybody involved, and you has to be no crack in the wall and everything back and forth about like actual interventions being either helpful or hurtful, but you're of the opinion that that's that's the way to go. What else you going to do the only the only other thing you can do and I have interventions have ninety four five percent success rate with getting people into and through treatment? Really? Yeah. Not. Not not necessarily sustained sobriety. That's impossible number. But I mean, the ninety percent plus of high will show up in your living room, and they will leave with me or I will get them into a program, and they will go through the length of the day with the program that he makes sure that too. But there's there's that ver- thing you can do and the other thing you can do is everyone important you mom can go to program called alanon. And it will definitely Alan changes. How you deal with him? And oftentimes when you change the dance it wakes the addict bit that everyone's on the jig is up, and we'll see, you know, but you really have to do that diligently. You said dance and jig gig gig all the jig, but you could dance jig you could. What the difference between dancing geog-? And then what kind of Jake is the jig is up at some old nineteen like old term front of movies, think Cardi hardy beedon coined that phrase. Didn't sing all there may right here. Yeah. The jig. But I mean, I know it's old gangster gang. But where movie thing is Jake. That's what my never sure of Jaeger kick. Or is that the jig is up? And I don't know what a jig is probably too short for something. Yeah. The first thing that comes up for Wikipedia is it's a lively folk dance. No, no, no. We know that chance. But when somebody say the jig is up like like where did that cover origin jig is up for that Reuss to a on your funeral on your casket, Gary? Yeah, we know it Jaeger isn't like an Irish folk dance, the dance ends or something. There's some something that had dance is over. Yeah. It's interesting. Yeah. All right. All right. I'll tell you about truecar and Gary can keep taking a deep dive on jig truecar every car's got a story. Yeah. And about that story man wanna put a price on that story. Can't put a price on that story. Truecar can find out what you car's worth when it's time to sell it or trade it in just go to truecar into your plate number and your car's details pop up then you answer a few easy questions. Once you finish. You get a true cash offer sent in minutes, which can take you to local certified dealer or you can cash out or you can put it toward a new car or used car. So go the certified dealer take a little walk around your car Ganz, or if you put questions get a price on your car, and then figure out what the next move is. When you're ready for better way to sell or trade in your car. Check out truecar true cash offer not. Mobile and all areas, but I'm bet you don't live in one of those areas. What do you got Gary you minute, meaning your trick? Or game is finished has been exposed or onto you now derives from an obsolete slang word, not the jig. That is the lively dance. Well, thank you, drew. But the question is what's the obsolete slang word the jig? Yeah. Where did that come from here? Chigar man buddy, come on gear where he got. Oh, it's although in England on sixteen hundred gig became a slang term for practical bit of trickery trickery. Yeah. Sounds like sometimes foolery foot or at hand that Hanner foot. All right afoot and at hand outgun too much too much. I tell you drew. It is too much. Right. You can check me out at the Foxwoods resort and casino. Connecticut coming up eight to stand up in an girls. Unprepared over there. Boston Wilbur theatre the following Saturday. 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Because or I grafted something onto it. Because Mark was on my show essentially saying that there was a gay relationship going on right? But one of the brothers right Jesse? And then later on they wrote sort of defamatory, whatever. And then really talk about the gay part specifically in the news story. But I. Feel like I'm taking crazy pills. Somebody tweeted me something you're not. I chris. I learned Cristiana punch crass, right? I do he I learned him to this. And if he did not then go to admit his mistake. That's crazy to me. But Chris hold on one second. I don't care if it's in the building does a lot of like, I go everything I do a memory like everything I do is. I checked I checked Twitter. I check Twitter and somebody tweeted me this morning, and he'll go I'm looking at your tweets, and it ain't there. And I'll go. I swear this. Now there STAN everything for me under the falls on the bread umbrella hurried and distracted and Tarasco. And this I do so many podcasts I travel so much, and I talk so much at all. I do is I go. I'm I I looked at tweet this morning. And I'm pretty sure it was this morning, and I got up and it said, blah, blah, blah, and then he'll go I'm looking at your Twitter, and there's nothing there. And I'll go. Are you looking at a different apper something and he'll go now same app, and I go, but I looked at it this morning, and I tweet I favored tweeted it go not here. And are you looking at something different and go same thing. You were looking at go. Who I feel crazy? I feel crazy goes mooring. And then later on talk to Chris go, my apps different than your app, and might apt doesn't display the same ones, you whatever. And I'll go. That's fine. But you really need to kind of at some point about the third time ago. And I must be going crazy because I'm positive. I've whatever you then need to go. Hold up. Let me check. I'm not going to just lock it off and move forward because when you lock it up. So I got a tweet and it said like Jesse small at and his his Nigerian friends, and they're suing garra guess in Bubba, blah. And then I kept saying, oh because he said he was gay said is that he was gay. And then we went back and looked at my Twitter feed. And it was just a bunch of stuff. That's like defamatory something or whatever they're saying. They can't get work, essentially. But then Gary what did you find? It's gonna drive me nuts because I kept is said four times Chris at some of the gate, I call them. It was a tweet that he was gay. It was like he was like now now now. Here's what I want to say everyone, please don't be in the know posher just being a sort of buoyant posture where could have happened or not happened. Some people say no say no for the first time they're on a roll now. And I keep going I'm almost positive. I saw you'll bring up other stuff, and it won't say it. And then at some point I'll go, well, I guess I'm insane. So there's definitely a line in there that. To be somewhat fair to Chris. It's that the lawsuit accuse Tina of implying a homosexual relationship findings that quote, it might have been fornication was the word us. But it was definitely in there. It was you know, TMZ sometimes we'll put a big video in the middle of the story, and it sort of feels like that's maybe the end of the story scroll down. And there's more taxed this was a single sentence that was wedged in between two videos that had text both above and below each of them. So what was somewhat camouflage to help Chris? But when I pointed out to him if you didn't then come to you and that out that's weird. I did not hear. But anyway, and my understanding at least from whatever somebody tweeted me was. Mark basically said one of the guys had gay fair with Jesse and part of wise being sued. I'm guessing is implying that the guy are suggesting that the guy was gay. I mean, they'll throw everything in right? Oh, yeah. Does he does? He worry about stuff like that. It's so interesting to me, you know, what I mean? Because he's so smart knows exactly where he stands. You know, what I mean, he'll his response was basically that he thought his statement that he gave the TMZ was that he thought he was being hoax when I saw this. So he's not coming at it. With a doesn't seem like there's much concern about it. Well, I've gotta say. Having marks it where you said and talked about a lot of the stuff. He does bring up things on occasion. Like this time like when I was talking to them on reasonable doubt. And he was saying, you know, he's kind of saying, well, you know, one of the brothers did spend the night over at the house radio show to think this could be a little lover's quarrel or something like that there is a part of me that pauses, and I kind of go. Do you say that? Because if you. But my feeling is like, but he thinking about Mark. He knows where he is. You know what I mean? Yeah. It was the position he is in relative the information. He's giving he has he has on many occasion on the air. So to speak brought up names first and last names, maids, inferences, or suggestions, implications, whatever and there've been times when I thought can you say that are gonna get into trouble or don't you think the answer back and bite you through either? No. Or did it for some other reason right either? Either way I think it's safe to say he's not drunk in running his mouth. He knows what he's stealing. And the only question is is when you wanna go dance on that line. Sometimes when you dance on it. There's a chance of stepping over it a little bit. If you're going to spend a lot of time around that lie. Don't I? To me. I would be tripping over the fallen off all the time. I don't think he ever see it doesn't ever feel to me. Like, he's dancing that line is a side of a building where if he misses his step. He's gonna fall his death. He's very calculated. Yeah. What part of that line? He's messing with. And it's the part where he's going to like roll an ankle or something. Yeah. Well, what was the thing that you forward it Amax Pat of that the line for the line says the lawsuit? Also claims gland Ian falsely claimed one of the brothers quote engaged in fornication with Mr. smollet. Okay. So that's that's a part that was driving. That's anyway was a deeper thing into the articles final straight up anyway. Yes. But even that's interesting, right. Because you're not saying whether or not either them are gay just saying that they had a night together it help I understand. But that's another. The level of. Thank that that level of specificity that could get you into trouble. Not only did you suggest they fornicated. You also suggested he was gay right? Right. Yeah. All right. Let's see got a question up there. You got your Bernie Sanders. Clip righty. We'll play that a minute. Dennis fifty seven Florida. Hey, Dr drew how you guys doing greats going on. Hey got a question about the ice plunge. I'm originally from the UP and taking lots of sound in my day, and we pronounce it the Sonal you pronounce it. Peninsula. So Michigan is this. And then this this this little piece calm. Penniston UP. Yeah. So yeah. Supers? It's like I was up there once at Marquette or something and God damn it its way north you'll realize far north that is the first thing that caught me fucking went to Alaska or something. But anyway. I'm from. That's where I'm from the market area. Yeah. So lot of our of my thinners. Heritage. We would have sound on lakes, and we'd tough a hole in the ice. But we'd get super hot in the sound. There are lots of steams it up to two hundred degrees and then run out to the lake where we'd had chopped a hole in the ice and plunge to the bottom. He I. Get in under over. So the water covered our head and then tell ourselves out and run back into the sound. And when we were teenagers. We could do this repeatedly to I wouldn't try it as a fifty seven year old a cardiac arrest, but what what was happening to our bodies. Because all we could feel was our heads. We are arms and our legs had no sensation to them. We almost incident where somebody touched hot water, and we couldn't tell the difference between hot or cold our bodies after we came out of the water. We couldn't tell we were just. Suspended heads. Well, the nerves start not working you freeze them, right? Yeah. But the point is is when you touch freezing water neat touch sculling hot water sort of feels the same which I would in a weird way. It's like saying, well, why does the sword in a bullet feel the same because it's just pain. Yeah. You're just weird sensors in your skin that can detect temperature and there's some discern discrimination in hot and cold. But at certain it's certain intensities of stimulation. It's just intense. Right. Yes. Well, one of my features when we explained it to him. We we didn't explain that. We were drinking beer and smoking joints doing this stuff. But we describe the sensation to him. And he said when he was in the marines. They would all have their backs turned to the drill sergeant. And they knew that. There was a hop. Biron? They could see the hot iron, and he had one hidden that was actually cold and would put against. Somebody's back. And they would think that first reaction was whole my gosh. He put a hot iron on my back. When in fact, it was just a cold iron couldn't tell the different intensity. Yeah. Well, especially if you set the table with the hot iron that for sure is going to be converted, right? But that's how your brain works. That's a brain thing. Yeah. Good for you Dennis. All right. Well, you story about the mansion I've built I built many of them have we've we've we've taken sound mug. Most of my my predecessors in the UP. The first thing you would build was the sound of found. It would be a place where women would give birth because it would be clean in there. And people would use it for bathing every Wednesday night every Saturday night that was sounded nights and became a social event where people who had found invite people over on those nights, and you'd keep the sound home and all night, and I asked those three hundred inches of snow. Winter's a little bit easier. Magin you don't have peanut allergies. Nope. What I manage and you don't have any food borne allergies. I've I've worked just passed the thirty year anniversary at my job, and I've been sick. I think I called in sick five days. There is something about cold weather in harsh environments that make human thanks, Dan, very hearty. Yes. Now. I I notice guys got no allergies. I know he's gotten a sick days. I know it. Do you think it has something to do with the environment, which he sprouted or the hot and cold treatments? He got or just the fact that his predecessors were able to survive in that environment up there. I think it's all the above first things first he decided to go from a sauna into freezing lake. Yeah. He said, I shall willfully. Do that sounds like a good idea? Right. That's a guy who doesn't miss a lot of days at work. Because Scott, the sniffles, you know, what I mean that the first thing is intent that guy. I mean, how many days of work? Do you really again in a world where you work in a cubicle or indoors or in? You know, not a logger or something what's really stopping from your driving automatic car. You know, what I mean like what what is the threshold for not being able to come into work answers. Almost nothing at this at this point. You can be on your cellphone sick watching TV at home or you can be in your cubicle. Doing data entry sick at work. You know what? I mean, do your business sixty seconds. That's long this is going to last. But you else you can do while. 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All right. You have Bernie Sanders. Sorry. I pulled the wrong tab hero. All right. But I'm asking you about the wealthy and how much higher you would make it you said degree with seventy percent. What would your number in the campaign two thousand sixteen? We talk about fifty two percent. All right percents. So would you be willing to pay fifty two percent on the money that you made you can volunteer? You can send volunteer to we have a. Kowano you make more money than. Well tax. She's not running for pros. We're gonna fight for a well talks. And we're going to demand that we end the absurdity with major corporation after medical. But you know, what? Here's the thing this notion. The here's my big problem with all this. And why everyone hates my guts. I think is like why don't you do it you make more money than me? Okay. So I make five hundred grand a year. And then I pay fifty percent than I pay into fifty. But you make more money you make a million dollars. Okay. But then you pay five hundred. Yep. The government is still getting either to fifty or five hundred to me, whether we're talking about charitable organizations. We just treat the government like a charitable organization didn't go while the March of dimes got to fifty from this person and five hundred from the other. So which fella do you think they like more in my thing is like you're going you make a million you should pay the March and dimes more than five hundred K. And my thing is like I got I'm twice as much as your to fifty. Yeah. So you're already better. At contributing. Well, if you're the March of dimes and someone goes. You make five hundred and you pay fifty percent you go. Okay. We'll get to fifty. And then you go you make a million dollars you pay. Thirty three percent, quite good. I got thirty three hundred thirty three that's better than to fifty. And then you wanna point at the guy with the million ago. Why don't you give the March of dimes your fair share? And my feeling is I gave him eighty three thousand dollars more than. Yep. So why why is that such a absurd notion to wrap your mind around you use the term fair share? Why is that scandalous? I didn't know why it's scandalous. I don't I don't know. Why? I I, of course, I don't like the idea of this first off this other thing it was like well poor people shouldn't have to pay taxes. Yes. They should. And they should because they should be involved with the system they should feel like they're hearts. Skin in the game. Now, I don't want them giving large sums of money that they can't afford. But I feel symbolically I would like them to be in the game. I when I got seven bucks an hour. And I dug ditches I they took money out. And I remember very clearly like at the end of fifty hour week, you know, say like gross, you know, three hundred fifty dollars like to two eighty nine or whatever whatever it was. And I remember thinking like high could use that money for rent or groceries or whatever it is. I was poor. But also understood like, okay, you're in the system. That's you're taking that money out. And for me taken out sixty seventy bucks out of that. Check is nominally that may sound now I was getting some bucks to dig seventy bucks ten hours digging. That was that was a lot each week that wasn't easy. But I got it in the system. Mm-hmm. Are part of the system. So a everyone should pay something be this notion of you gotta pay your Frisch this like use your fifty two percent, you make more than me. But that means she's just going to pay larger some in the new I don't I don't get it, by the way. Pointing fingers at people and going you make more money than me. When did I notice that intellectually honest like when people made lots of money for many different things that's the envy in this weird. Well, not envy, it's you to using it's, but it's it's tried to vote envy. From people. I disagree in this case. I think what it is. Is you have challenged me with a question a fair question. But it's a challenge. I don't like it because I can't answer it. I can't answer it right with a kind of an answer that satisfactory because I don't engage in it. Right. So I am now sensually going to call you fat ass. I'm going to insult you try to bring you down a notch. Because I can't say do pay fifty two percent or I've begun or I intend undoing tomorrow, or whatever it is. I'm going to try to insult me. Yeah. And the new the new the new societal insult is you make money, you're rich. I don't know why signed off on it his an insult. But that's with his it tempests and knocker down a notch and tell her to do it again. It makes me wonder about his intellectual capacity because it's a borderline insane thing to say to somebody immature it's immature mature when somebody is saying why don't you do this thing you're talking about? And they go to the person who says I'm against it. Why don't you do it? That's nonsensical immature. You're right. But it's also it doesn't really track. No, it's right. It's your fats, right? Which is a weird thing for an educated. Seventy eight year old guy to say to somebody who pose a question that you probably should have seen coming. Oh, yeah. If you're going to just get up there, if I'm going to get up there and just talk about diet and exercise diet excised I- neck sizes, and I'm thirty pounds overweight. Someone's going to seeing yourself and your underpants. Like, it's going to happen. He should've known any should just done. It just start giving fifty two percent rights those that still hasn't spite of that being an issue. Interesting. Now, look he would say, well, it'd be merely symbolic if I did it, and my answer would be it would be okay, put your money where your mouth is would be symbolic, but you certainly wouldn't be able to be called out on the carpet. One of the reasons I mentioned you yesterday for but the French comedian Gad his stand up, and I thought interesting to you is one of the things he talked about was flying first class Schiff. I know oh, you mean, Mr. seven point three. Yes. I think I recognize that cat. He's one of the lower tier. Yes. Mr. nine talking to seven four threes. We. Friend is too much. I want my scored a get sucked down ice to began. But he made a point about flying first class on a French airline. He goes when you do it never. We used to talk about how Don Draper would dress nicely. And you'd walk by say sign if you're walking with your son past say one day, you Tucson could fly first class we're card. Well, the French apparently have long standing adopted, the kinds of feelings we've have in this country now, which is hey man, who the fuck are you flying first class, and he said, they literally like disdain him and like can throw insults. And he said the he's in the France, they would hits felt like they wanna get outside the plane and right e galley Tae on the side of the plane 'cause they still have the shadow of the revolution in which you know, brotherhood and equality were the two main main philosophical sort of principles they were fighting for. Yeah. It's it's has stuck in France through history. Bit interesting and then. Yeah. They they really they really they specifically think that everybody should be equal period. And that's that. Yeah. Of course. Enforcing that is where all the problems come in because it's impossible. Right. And that's when that's when it goes, south the enforcement of everything being. Everything being on the same par. Just means the government just starts running away with everything and disaster have these difference. Yeah. It's not it's not doable. All right. Let's see question up here. Sarah, thirty Virginia. Sarah. Hi, hello. Here. I'm doing. Okay, I'm probably got through. So this. I I'm calls longtime. Listen, I guess we listen to you guys at work all the time. So just wanted to say, hi and asked I guess talk to you Andrew about the cafeteria monkey study Heruputri monkey look with liquid liquid your Steph wrote up their tab and monkey monkey. I was trying to figure out what that was do. Oh, it wrote it down his cabbage. This monkey. I guess I'm telling you about cucumbers grapes, like cabbage monkey funny. No. You're Catholic Yang. Sorry. How do you spell that? Clearly. Go ahead. I think it's the PP UCI Gary Tuchman that. Okay. It's CAP UCI N. Ooh. So you see H? I N right. So on P C H I N. Campechan dirt is like all right. So you know about that. Yeah. Just 'cause like, I I know you guys have brought that up in the context of envy, I guess. And welcome equality, gaps kinda thing which I didn't quite hear what you guys were talking about before you're gone in here. But sounded like you guys were talking about some quality kind of issues. They're like what have I missed something in the conversation. We're talking about France, actually. But go ahead. What what's the question, France? Okay. Well, tell them. Study parts to contextualize for people. The study was a famous study where they trained to cappuccino monkey that. He he did a certain behavior. He would get a reward. Ward was a slice of cucumber and this monkey was very happy to receive his cucumber until they put a monkey in the next cage who was being rewarded with the grape. And then what that monkey did was started throwing the cucumber back at the experiment. What years is from? I don't know Gary can help us. I would say like five years ago might have been longtime Sarah thirty. So what's the question will win this from that? You can like there's a Ted talk about it from the researcher that did it, and it's not so much that the other monkey is upset that the other guys getting a grape so much as that he's been given a cucumber versus same amount of work like, and these monkeys know each other that usually hang out, and then it turned out that in some cases, the one that was giving the grape refusing to taste the grape from three searcher because it wasn't fair to one next to him just kidding cucumber and not getting any rape. So I've read the power of the part that that has to be an outlying behavior though, right because the main doubting the study. Well. Oh, five hold on air luck. I sorry. What was it? Looking searching for the year. Do they have a chain? Yeah. The monkey. Cucumber? Yeah. Those two thousand five Vic the the one who's getting the grape will happily take the grape for period of time. Right. If then the one who's getting the grape is being shunned in the monkey world world, then the monk then it will not do. So he's not going to feel sorry for the monkey next to him and stop taking it. There's going to have to be some social repercussions. I didn't conduct experiment. I haven't seen the experiment to me when that monkey stops accepting the grape, it's because that monkey is going to suffer consequences after the grape has been ingested. That's my head on the whole thing. Nothing. Interesting take on it. But I think that. I'm looking at some of what they found about. The thing says well when their corresponding Perner food item of higher value, and when that partner receives higher food item with mill exchange of work of any kind the likelihood of not completing trade intensifies. So they were trading rock for food and says they wouldn't even given rock in the beginning the grape. So all of these refusals of exchange included, both passive and active rejections ranging from refusing to take the award to throwing the reward and these negative responses of situation made with the monkeys support the early I've Lucien origin of inequity aversion, and that's health in combination with the definitions of inequity and version even overall idea of what this is of the tennis. The monkeys man. Well, well, I'll tell you what we'll take a deeper dive into it and tomorrow show Kerry, look it up a little here. My predictions, people don't mind getting paid or overcompensated or lots of rewards. They don't like when society finds out about it. And then stirs it up so. Once again, the reason Michael Moore dresses like an out of work, lesbian, trucker, and he's essentially a rodeo clown for poor people is because he doesn't want people to know he's worth fifty million dollars. He believes that that will negatively impact him. Right. So he does this to void that does. He like the fifty million dollars. Yes. He does does. He return the fifty million dollars to folks that watches movie. No, he does not would he like to go through life without you knowing this. Yes, he would. So I don't think he's giving it back. But if you started punishing him in society, he might tend to do it. Right. That's my that's my tick. Okay. Not Taco Bell material stand up special and get a chassis to us as a Y dot com. And you can get it at I teams and Amazon as well. Stand up shows everywhere got Amcol that calm and. Check out the live events. And then we got the crew's coming up in October odors, going to be on the Chris about that at all the movies chassis and live stuff. It just got dot com for all after what he got. It's all com. And Charlie Kirk now turning point USA sits down with big newsmakers. And that's on podcast one the Charlie perk ship, something till next time am Cova doctors say Hala. This is Corolla digital. 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"Orig- is on demand. Your show your schedule. Fifteen minutes after ball dot com. Check out the casts at richeisenshow dot com. Hour number two of our show is on the air from Los Angeles, California where LeBron James passed Michael Jordan to become the fourth. Most prolific scorer in the history of the NBA. But he did it on a night where the Lakers fell to five games below five hundred eight low mo- watermark. That has them only one game better than they were at this point last year. It truly is a stunning stunning turn of events for LeBron his career these gonna go for one in terms of making the playoffs making the playoffs while the clippers make it while the second. Okay. Our team that seems to have more buzz and more future about it right now therefore games out of playoffs. Looks like there's some separation right now between the teams that are in the playoffs right now on those chasing to try and get in. So the. That you're seeing right here in the Western Conference. It looks like those are the ones that are getting in. And this is the point that a lot of people made when LeBron came out here is that going west to east to west. That's a totally different ball of wax tougher schedule. Lot more flying lot more miles. Lot more on the Odom eter. And if the Lakers were in the Eastern Conference right now, they would be half game behind the heat for the eighth and final playoff spot. That's the difference right there. They'd be in the mix five games under five hundred with an opportunity to try and get in and shock the Jaanus world. One would think would be a great first round series, wouldn't it? But. Lebron will be out. It's funny as much as we're carpet on it right now. And there's a all the LeBron haters and the hatred. They get sprayed in his direction. You know, we're gonna miss come April and may the Brown James. And if the numbers, maybe not, maybe absolutely no, no, absolutely, absolutely. The fact that LeBron's not in the playoffs will will be missed. He is must see television. And I'll tell you this too. That when it all comes down to it. The numbers for the NBA. Viewership was has been down this year. Now, this was the NFL it'd be talked about every single time. There was a nationally televised game. But that's that's the big boy on the block in the NFL. And and anyone associated with used to these things and hours wait till some of these first round series come in. And they'll be like if LeBron was in different story different story as the numbers are down because it'll bronze playing on the west coast and a majority of the fans live on the east coast where used to single Bron James at seven o'clock having to stay up till ten thirty seven o'clock LeBron affects the ratings wait till he doesn't make plows. Our prediction could be wrong might be right. Thing Lennox Lewis here. He's coming on out. You've got this weekend. The WBZ welterweight world championship porter in Uganda's right here in Carson, California. And then the following week. I ever Fox Sports premier boxing champion pay per view event. Errol Spence in Mikey Garcia, the IB g welterweight and the WBZ lightweight champion the IBM welterweight champion and the WBZ lightweight champion going out each other and the Jones Mahal, you're working that event, right? Yes. It's show. We're going to hear every punch. I'm actually doing the pre game. What I that's my come on. That's my forte. I'm the guy the desk. I am Mr. pre probably that. Very good. So we got Lennox Lewis coming out here shortly. The phone lines are all about either LeBron or cereal. Our questions brought to you by truecar car shopping can be confusing with terms like dealer price list price, invoice, truecar shows you what other people paid for the car you want. 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Great end milk product nineteen loved it discontinued in two thousand sixteen just like chase. One of our first our guest the defensive end from Michigan his favourite. He said waffle crisps that was discontinued last year. What's discontinuing cereals? I mean, not sure whether we could you think of a more bland generic name for a bland than product. It doesn't it sound like something that got made and then had some sort of nuclear fallout around it. Article I found the name comes from the fact that it was the nineteenth Kellogg product develop that year go, and they're just like we're out of ideas. The name is product nineteen Renton before the news, Stephen in Portland, Oregon here in the richeisenshow. It's up Stephen. Hi, rich. I'm so excited. The hash out the great cereal debate on retirement. So thank you for having me. My pleasure. Well, I wanna start off saying first of all I love what you did for Saint Jude. I think that you are not because of this. But do you think you are the best radio host on the air? And I think it's just really great. So after that now, I just want to say that I think you're completely wrong in the cereal. There is no better serials pebbles except for maybe cocoa pebbles. Just depend I do not like Rice Krispies growing up. The sugar on Krispies much better as a marshmallow treat than cereal. Yes. I think that's I think we can agree on that. Factor afterwards. As is there also. And then I just want to say something about little bit off topic. If I can about father time, do you had time for that? What are you got for me? Stephen. I just want to say that, you know, all this back and forth about Tom Brady and father time, and you know, all the arguments about it are great. But I just wanted to say that he is very inspiring along with a guy named Hamilton is the big wave surfer. They're both pushing the limits over forty and I'm forty one and I'm super inspired by back meet and getting back into some extreme skiing competitions. Okay. Stephen will. Then you must you must be inspired by almost fifty year old man running six in the forty yard dash, then right? You're still in the mix Brady and Laird. Okay. Sounds good. Thanks to even pre. She the call. Laird Hamilton, Gabrielle Reece will be on a show together. Do we have Dion call in? Or is that really awkward because he just health some Ford state store when he loved hang hanging out with her on campus and Florida state. That might be will wear for layered. The news news. Okay. Let's get four Lennox Lewis joins us here. Hit. The federal live report rock men with the new brought to you by the rugged Honda passport with intelligent, traction management, easy to use under floor storage, and an impressive available thought thousand pound towing capacity. The passport is always ready for your next adventure. What do you have over there? Chris everyone's calling about fruity pebbles, rich unbeliev-, I guess that was a very controversial decision on my part. But it's it's I had no idea as fruity pebble cult led by led by the fruity pebble Karesh over there in. Casey right here on the set. All right. If it's Thursday talking timer Murray. Yeah. Probably castaway echoed his comments that he made on NFL network on our show yesterday Matt Lombardo of New Jersey dot com. Had a story today echoing with Charlie had heard sources telling him when NFL coach told him what he came out of his meeting with Cairo Murray questioning his maturity. Another scout said he wouldn't go quite as far what Charlie said. But that he's no Baker Mayfield there, Patrick Mahomes and another scout said that he had met with Murray and simply way with him immature. How will we be immature? Like, what is he just like giggling in trying to pass notes? I mean, how how somebody's or he just doesn't take it seriously like staring into shore, Kurt answers, maybe in the interview process and other criticism of is received or the coaches that have given Charlie that information is how does he know about? His play calling abilities. I guess you can try and glean it from the board work, the greaseboard work. If he doesn't ace that. You know, if these guys haven't coached him before how do they know about his leadership abilities? Right. Can you glean that from fifty minutes even chase win of told us in our number one from Michigan? How it's difficult to get across that. Hey, I love football. Right. You only have fifteen because because of his Instagram ING, and because of the other things that that that he heard the one question was asked by five people was about dating Madonna's daughter. We don't wanna draft you. If you're going to be some sort of person dates famous people like say, hold on a minute, Tom radio. Russell wilson. Marks edges? Every good-looking quarterback. So Calamar is agent. Eric Burkhardt talked to profootballtalk yesterday, obviously and kinda refute. It all these things saying what personally spoken with the majority of teams that Camry met with at the combine everyone was glowing about their conversations with Kyler, basically, the complete opposite of what Charlie said, my initial reaction comments was to laugh because I knew the old guard would inevitably try to come up with the usual pre-draft nonsense one away to watch this man say what he said it was over the top definitely felt personal. And that's when I got pissed off. And then he got a little personal with early to his comment. Well, I mean, again, the agent is going to agent and the coach is gonna coach Lincoln Riley pound the table for him. And then there's other coaches that are going to start seeing unnamed stuff and all of it is just needs to be in your mind's eye as a fan taken in. You can have your own opinion. If cliff Kingsbury Steve time, and Michael Bidwill say, that's our guy all of this means absolutely nothing unless he doesn't perform well. And it's going to be like, well, we heard about this kid prior to the combat prior to the draft. And after the combine I'm telling you he's gonna throw it as pro day next. What is the thirteenth? That's next Wednesday's that. What that is the thirteenth. Yeah. Wednesday. Yeah. In the middle of all the free agent frenzy because that's when the new league year opens up and film that will be at Oklahoma's pro day, and it's going to be a heck of a day. You're gonna see that he's going to spin it. I'm sure he's going to be answering all these questions, and I don't know whether it's comes from. And if he's an Arizona cardinal all of this will mean, absolutely Diddley squat. But if he did tank interviews because he wants to go to the cardinals better, beware. Because other teams might wanna come up and try and trade for him. And and then all of a sudden, maybe these teams wouldn't and the cardinals pass on them. Be careful forty nine days from the NFL draft. What else are couple of releases yesterday Broncos released Darian Stewart safety, he joins a crowded boy agencies. It's gonna be a safety right now of huge names. And that also the Browns kind of create some news yesterday released Jamie Collins, he's doing massive amount of money. So that was unexpected. But the Odal Beckham junior rumors were circulating yesterday. It was people going crazy him being treated. I know is why tweet it out like I I didn't think of this input to into together that does actually come up four to into that Gettleman and Dorsey were sitting with each other chitchatting during the combine, I'm sure they're not talking. Hey, what how much for Odell? Well, here's what I'm thinking. And that's what they're thinking. While they're watching the defensive line working out. But that was an interesting show fit for Odell possibly, of course. Are you kidding me? Somebody wakes up dangerous thrown to somebody like oh del Beckham with Jarvis Landry. Those two guys of dreaming. Together. What Hello Browns you play to win the game as Eric Braeden from young. And the restless said yesterday ravens re-signed Ted and Nick boil three years eighteen million. Do you see Michael Jordan's response to? Yeah. I want to congratulate LeBron achieving another great milestone during his amazing, very quick one-sentence response from Jay. Okay. I mean, you got the most competitive guy in the plan. And you know, I mean, what's what's he gonna say? I'm still the best could've said nothing. Nothing to this baseball Salvador Perez quickly. Tommy, John surgery for the royals. He's going to be at that. Such a bummer is a great player. He is. So if you ever heard of this a knuckleball pitcher getting popped for PD's Boston. Stephen, right. Got eighty games. It's funny. A knuckleballer getting popped for PD's. Sounds like a Stephen Wright joke. Well done. Yes. That sounds like a joke. The comedian, Stephen ROY ethnic. He did say he has obviously no idea how it got into a system while, blah, blah, blah, blah. But yes, eighty games for Steven Wright, and how concerned are you about Luis Severino massively that he's got a shoulder problem. Those things go from two weeks to four weeks to two months out for the year to labor situations. And all that, by the way, labor situations is aiding. I don't know what what as Turner on lawn or spin off. I don't know. Law and order situations. But Vincent offer coming in the second to last blockbuster in Western Australia closing down. They're gonna stop renting videos on Thursday shut down for good. The end of the month. Of course to score to us blockbusters in Alaska had closed last July that leaves one blockbuster well on planet or on planet earth just ten years ago there were over nine thousand the last one is in bend, Oregon. So as soon as the one in bend, Oregon finally closes, I will have completed a three decade gambit of not only not returning aliens too. Aliens fairly in zalin alien alien. All right. I had that underneath the front seat of my old accord for years. You know, my dad would like be be like you have you not return, honestly, the late charges right now has to be it would be the in five six figures potentially. But. I hadn't rewound it. And I'm usually conjure than that that be kind rewind sticker. You wanna talk about aging yourself? I can't tell that to my ten year old kid. They're going to be like, hey, be kind rewind. He'd be like we won. What talk. Did you guys have the reminder machine? We never had we had to had to do when you walk lesser. Yeah. Well, it kind of religion. What kind of religion VCR's? You're just like. Align for good news. Updates bend organs, Colin MRI, Lennox Lewis is here kindly rolling quarter. The champ is here. How are you Lennox good? What's your game? You play golf at all or no, I live on a golf course. So the answer's yes. It's usually. Yes. But no, okay. My games. Not that good. But okay, I work at it. So roll some out roll some out right there in the richeisenshow Calloway corner. Lennox Lewis is here in studio. Lots going on in the fight game today, and obviously lots to talk about with Lennox Lewis from his day. That's next on the rich Eisen show. Here's something. Interesting. Studies show that security systems deter burglars fact, but there's still a burglary every eight seconds in America. How will figure out do burglars? Give up just because some houses have security systems. Of course, not the just find a house that isn't protected, and that's why securing your home is truly a necessity. 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This is Brian Bruno live on the scene of a recent windstorm here to describe the event chest of drawers, there's a storm howling outside. So I thought I'd stay in and watch around com. Five minutes into the flick, a tree branch slams through the window. Where are you hurt? I just got a scratch on my chest. Your chest of drawers can't help you in a windstorm. But the geiko insurance agency can help you get covered for personal property damage. Co gyco to see how a Ford -able homeowners insurance can be. Welcome back to the rich Eisen show. Coming up just down the road from us in Carson, California on Saturday night. Fox PBC fight night. Sean Potter against your Dennis Yuga coming up this coming Saturday, and then the following Saturday on pay per view Errol Spence versus Mikey Garcia in the Jones Mahal in Arlington, Texas, and here to talk about that. And so much more the last heavyweight to hold the undisputed heavyweight title none other than Lennox Lewis. Good to see good to see you. So right off the bat. I'd like to have you. Correct. Somebody who's working on that Garcia, Spence. Mike. Did you you're you're working on the fight? Yeah. What are you doing mixing the pre-game before for the fight before you you said you said the game before. So you have to say match match. Okay. Okay. So okay. I'm sorry. Don't turn it took. I just folk boxing. I've never done boxing prematch, the prematch coverage. Well, I think what you should take out of this is that in the four plus year history of this show. Yes, only one guest upon sitting down in the seat in the commercial break before coming on the air says you got it. Correct. Mike about something. And it's Lennox Lewis. When you went as far as as far off the flow chart as you possibly can. I actually did audition. When when he was are you wear this. Yeah. No. I worked your audition a FOX. Right. That's right. Yeah. You do remember that? Now, I do I met him on I well my talk to now. No me. We know you. That's the problem. That's true. At least that's been confirmed by Lennox Lewis. Good to see you here, sir. What do you like about the premier boxing champions and Fox Sports get together and doing this on Saturday nights, either on FOX F S one or pay per view. This is let me tell you know, all about it is actually bring in boxing back to the forefront people kind of came off boxing for little bit. And it wasn't really exciting. Wasn't a good matchups. Now, you know, FOX PBC. They're putting that together. Trying to give you good fights good match ups make boxing exciting again, bringing back old time fighters bringing back real judges bringing back what do you mean by real judges? Well, judge is that of being in the game for a long time. And you know, when they when they say when they Mark a card you have to respect them because that's who they are live. They've done it for a long time. So it's always interesting to see the match up where you get the FOX judge against the judge. That's at ringside. And we try and compare the the the scoring sometimes it's way off and sometimes it's correct? So it's good that the FOX has we have the real judge the best judged, right? Well, it sounds like you talk in like a man who's had a a draw happened to him in his yes. Once back in the day at least once or twice so what we bring to the radio audiences. Well, aerospace against Mikey Garcia coming up. What are you like about this match? That's going down on pay per view in a couple of weekends from now both on the feed. Both guys are great fighters. The got a history of boxing. Specially Mikey Garcia is coming from a family of boxers. Spence. He's the young young lightning guys young guy that nobody's really heard about making a fast move up to the top. And he's doing fine each fight. You you always have to be impressed with the way our disposes of his opponent. I like that disposes of his opponent. And it's happening in the AT and T stadium. Home of the Dallas Cowboys who you used to root for. Yes. I did I used to love the Dallas cowboy cheerleaders. That's what you like about the Dallas Cowboys. You know, they had that big thing with the cheerleaders. But definitely the team. So have you have you met Jerry Jones have you met the one time one time in pass? And I don't even think he remembers me, but he mean talking about well, you should how would you not remember letting meeting Lennox heavyweight champion in the world. That's right from back in the day while you probably will see him. They're coming up in a couple of weeks usually goes to all the big events that he's holding his own in his own house. Yeah. You know? I said that about tiger one time, we know where we will watching Floyd fight tiger that ringside, and I went tiger thought, man. I mean, he kind of looked at me and he's like. Who's that guy? And I was telling my friends like yo do target doesn't know. I am. And they come on, man. He must know the champion of the world is is he's fight. I'm like, he gave me a funny. Look send him. I don't even listen to. So could it be that you change your hairstyle? Could that be I think that may have been part of you know, I won the heavyweight championship of the world. And then I cut my hair. Why did you do that? Well, I've got a Samson light complex. So as my hair grows, I get stronger. Yeah. I don't know what that. Holyfield you tight with them anyway shape want how often you time with him whenever we get together. I was accused of headbutting me, he's always arguing that. He didn't. Right. And you know, these bring the argument to the forefront tell the people don't you think he headbutted me in the fight. And then we started a little discussion argument. And then talk about something else. Get his his son was just at the NFL scouting. Combine maybe feel really old. He plays football of Georgia. And he's getting ready to go in the NFL while I know, right? Yeah. He's athletic family. It's pretty amazing. How these things go along. Now, let me get into couple things here that I've always wanted to ask you Tyson bit you for real at the press conference. Jim me be me getting set to fight Mike Tyson. Right. And then what happened? Well, you know, we're having a press conference in the announced me on my accumulates announced him then over sudden he came walking over to me he threw his hat down on the ground. I looked at it as a declaration of war, and he walked he walked over to me, and my security stopped and took a swipe at my security, and then the battle began and everybody starts jumping in at the bottom of the pile was me and him and they were clearing everybody off. And I was Hayes biting my leg and everybody like, you know, that shock look what my security seen him in the start giving them some elbows, and he released my leg. So. And that's that's how it happened. He bit your leg. Yeah. You don't still have a scar. From absolutely do. I would drop my pants. We're on TV. It's that high up are you serious threat here on your thoughts on my. So it still exists to this very day. Yes. It does. How many people can say they have a scar. From my price. Vander mets. Yeah. Yeah. That's true. I mean that we kind of know of I just remember that was one of the most incredible pay per view events. I remember that covering that SPN. And then I remember when you started throwing down on ESPN right at on on up-close who was at a live. That was a seem rock rock Mont walkman. I mean, I went to this press conference humor this Chris. I just found the video right now with obviously in the suit brand new shoes, you know. I didn't go there to fight. So wasn't prepared to fight. So shoot. Shoe say now, the reason I say that is because I was slipping sliding all over the place and Rodman took me down pretty easy. But as I was going down, I grabbed his chain. So I had this chain. And you know, there was a big battle battle of like. Yeah, come get it a to come get it. And obviously he's Cheney wants to come get it. So, you know, the people split us apart. So ten minutes after I gave him his chain back. I didn't wanna take his chain. But you on the rematch though. So you got that one down. I remember Gary Miller Miller Miller meat was hosting it. And we were all like, oh my God. What the heck was just. That was unbelievable friends with their and they're like they were shocked to like they were trying to get over to help me. So, you know, it's one of those unexpected things that happen in box in we we sort it out in the end. But you know, you see stuff sometimes certainly with you these days where obviously all holy heck broke loose just a couple of months ago with Conor McGregor. And and the immediate reaction was that's good in the fact, obviously, the people were involved liability was don't think it's good. But eventually that means more people are going to be watching an interested. Are do you agree? Subscribe to that notion the scribe when it's real like real stuff. I don't like stuff that's put on. Oh, let's push each other and make make a big deal out of if it's real it's real. And then the situations were of seeing fighters get together and the pick up a glass throughout the other prison. Like, what are you doing? You know, you gotta listen to Don King dole fight let them pay for it. Let them pay for it. That's what he said to me. So I listened by the way, I I never thought I would hear Lennox Lewis, say gotta listen to Don King. I never thought. Some what was things on occasion on occasions is he he's still not your favorite person right now is my favorite person as a smart, man. You know, he's gotten by this lot lot to learn from him and lot not to learn from him. So everybody else. Jim eat Ali ever, meet only. Yeah. First time. I'm Ali was like PanAmerican games. I one time. He was watching me fight for the first time. You know, how that feels Mohammad-Ali out there watching you fight you knew he was out there everybody, you know, the big whispers out this out there. All right. I'm boxing on impress him. What can I do? So I worked hard as I can. And you know, the rest didn't see the ref or the judge is never seen it my way, but still got out of the ring went to meet him. And he said, hey, you pretty good. I'll see you down the line. So that was have, oh, it's happy, you know, did lose. But the same guy a loss to be two weeks later and beat him. So it was like would've wanted to win to impress. Mom. Madala leeann show him how good I am. But I didn't get a chance, but you had a conversation with him how the conversation with him at that time. He was just creeping into the park into sherman's situation, and you know, other times after that, I I met him winters birthdays and events that he's had. So what do you think of the current state of the heavyweight division, Lennox Lewis, current state of the heavyweights, you know, it's funny because I did things my way when I was heavyweight champion, and or even trying to be champion. And my main thing was you know, I wanted to be the undisputed champion. Obviously these heavyweights nowadays have goals of being on the student in the only one, but they're not in a rush for it. You know, you know, the main guy Anthony Joshua is interesting. He says, oh, you know, I'll boxed Dante next year the year after I'm like, dude, if that was me I need to box you now I need to be the champion now. But this is their era. They can do things they the way they want to do it. I know what I would do in my era, which is fight the guy the first second you possibly. Yeah. Yeah. Who knows if you get that chance again, this is what this is happened to him. Now. Now, he's been put on the shelf. He asked the bucks the guy that nobody really wants to see him box. You know, big baby Miller, he's doing a great job hyping up the fight. But in England, nobody really knows him. Then when you look back on his fights. He's only been twelve runs one time. So as far as making his way through the fight. I don't know if he's gonna make all the way through the fight doesn't make for a good fight. Then. When you got Tyson fury. He's just signing with ESPN. You got the auntie which is doing something else. So they're all kind of split apart doing their own things. So when you look at the undisputed champion in a who's gonna be nobody can really tell right now. Because each one of them are going to have any one of them. We're gonna take a chance it every time they fight. You think fury should've been Canada? I think the ref made an awesome decision to do that. Because of seen in some actually of being in fights where you know. I'm the heavyweight champion of the world man's knock me down the second round of gotten up and the referee going call in the fight. I'm going it's the second round come on. It's not like he was beating melt for twelve round. But this happens in boxing. So when the referee decided to do that, I was like that was a brave move. But it worked out in the end. I I met wilder recently. He is I mean absolutely mammoth just a big, dude. I would not wanna be on the business end of that who is the best fighter in the heavyweight division right now in your estimate Lennox Lewis. I think that it's between three guys. Okay. They're all over six five. And the the guys that I just mentioned, you know, I'm really big on Tyson fury because you know, this man, thus gone through mental situations where you know, he's been through wait situations where you know, gained a whole bunch of pounds and still after a layoff his comeback and basically matched up to the number one and second guy out there. So any took that chance he answered the call for England. He said I'm coming over to. America. And I'm boxing, the tail I'm like, this is a fighter. This is. A man this is this is the kind of mind that you wanna have been the champion bread taken on all challenges units. Amazing. You mentioned the size of those three guys. Do you think we'll ever see somebody Tyson size five eleven guy down Nate that division ever again? No, I don't think so maybe another Tyson around butter, but I don't know five eleven five eleven, but you know, Tyson how to big mic he couldn't he couldn't knock him out and a big, you know, set of teeth from what you're telling. Yes, we had we had Mike on we had my gone with two years ago or something like that. And it was a time when we had a commercial break in the middle of our show is for minute in between. So if you were on a few years ago, I would've said, hey will be let's stop right here. We'll be back in sixty seconds. And I asked Mike towards the end of the, you know, about nine minutes how many rounds can you give me right now. And he goes, I don't wanna think about it. Because if ever think about boxing, I go to a bad place, and I'm like, okay. We'll we'll be right back. You seem to be maybe in a better mindset. How many rounds how many rounds can you give me right now? Lennox lewis. Oh can give you a lot around. This. Don't ring a bell around me. What do you mean? Like thing being my hands. Go up just like that sorta reaction. Well, you know, the boxes reaction ding, ding, ready to go to ready time to go to work. But how many I mean like ding dang how many rounds? There. It is lovely. See you tell you now that you know, it's a match look at you. You know, you're trying to impress Lennox Lewis rounds? Could you give me you think you're talking with you know, just the human race? If how many if you can get back in the ring how many rounds do you think you could go. At least at least ten. Tastic any thoughts doing something like that? You know, people always talk about all they wanna see me, and my Tyson again, I'm like, I don't think Mike Tyson wants to see me again. So, you know, it'd be interesting because I always thought about yo why don't these, you know, over forty five over-fifties. She senior tours, right? Yeah. I I don't think it will work in boxing. You know, you're you're in your early fifties. And find someone match up with I gotta do like Floyd go over there and pretend to fight somebody. I love that. Art before let you go Lennox your favorite cereal. It's national day favorites are I can't believe nobody said raising brand. I love raisins. Nobody says raisin bran raise it. The raisin. Bran has just. You're a little backed up and you need to get it all out. That's when you have raisins. I love the sweet raisins, just add milk. No sugar. The raisins is the sugar. Okay. She could just do it yourself. So you're you're and also shredded weeds come on come on what kind of see what are you guys eating? Well, you're a professional. We have no nutrition. People at Notre. Shredder great to see a Lennox Lewis. 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#1034 My Dad Was A Coward

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

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#1034 My Dad Was A Coward

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All. All right. This show. Brought to you by blue EMU at Amazon inter three drew, truecar dot com. Lifelock dot com. Interim teeter been using teeter dot com, so shave. Yes. Let's see. I'm going to be all out about going to be doing salute the troops. That'll be coming up soon. Coming up in a few days. It'll be in Pomona at the FOX theater Saturday and Sunday Friday, Saturday got work that one third twenty four th of March. Oh to the dates at all of them are and also Adam crawls unprepared all around town, San Francisco and beyond you can check that out as well. Let's see drew song. We're talking about mccaw's by cold water. Komo mccaw. He owned bodies in motion. I used to work there. A call. And it was mean and the thing about this guy's McCaw. Is it would do two things? They would crush my stop watch. And it would let out these blood curdling scream. Right. And we were in the basement of pass an old town past oh, this was down there. Yeah. The old one like a low ceiling thing with just scream, and you you jump. Wherever there was no boxing dollar then. Right. Yeah. There was down there. That's why I'm telling you. I remember the they had the bags, but I'm ring down there. I put up all the bags and built a whole place and there a ring and the bird. It's interesting study in the Certa tortoise and the hare of life, which is. It cracked it put its beak right through my first stop watch. And then I got another stop watt. And again, look I was got damn poor. I mean, really poor, and you know, at twenty six dollar item was a big ticket item for me that was not a lightly thought after that was an important item. And it was it's something I needed for my my job. You know? I thought that way about tools and about things that had to do with my work, which is I didn't like cheap tools at junkie bad. You know? Your grandmother made. Sure that your planer was so stolen. Yes. I would get good stuff to do a good job. And I always appreciate it. But back in the day, I spent one hundred thirty eight bucks for good, Bosch jigsaw. That was a big big ticket item. Or me how much was that player, by the way? Is one of those huge ones. The planer that grandma got stolen was a very expensive item. It was a it was probably in the four hundred dollar range. It was it was one of these things where if you want to hang doors, professionally you could get the Makita first things first, you can't get a circular saw and trim the door. It's a mess. It's just a mess. You have to have to in it and not only at the plane it put a Bevill on it. People don't realize that the strike side side at the door knob on it, and the but side hinge side, both have very light Bevill on it, especially if an extra doors an inch and three quarter stick if you picture expanded to three foot Bank vault door. You don't you? Don't see their square on the edge one inch would catch right. Or if it didn't catch be huge gap. Right. Right. So when you do an exterior door. Or an interior door. But you do it inch three quarter door into your ascension. Threes, you put a little babble. It's got a little fine. Little you would tell you could tell if you put something square on the floor, and sort of put it over it or whatever level. God. I dunno four degrees or something. This planer you this planer you could have had offense on it could set the babble on it. And and also it had a blade that was spirals that have round blade with like to cutting edge. I wasn't chunk chunk was one continuous Certa motion. And it was just a superior product. It was in no one else made one. And if you were going to be serious about hanging doors, you needed one of these German company Rockwell made it and. So did Bosch is a German company there too there? You can find it max, I mean Kaelin there was Rockwell made this door plane, but it's also made by some somebody else as well figured out. Anyway, it was about four and fifty bucks funny. I've stolen. I was literally, you know, they talk about like money making you happier. Happiness, or whatever it is porter cable was coming to Rockwell importer cable and make it or they made it together. Whatever it is money doesn't make you happy. But when you don't have money in your porter cable slash Rockwell door planner gets stolen you're in a funk for days. Like, I mean, I was fit to be tied the little depressed like, I gotta hang door. It's not it wasn't an item that other people had that. Yeah, we're looking at now I could not I could not borrow this from. You know, my body who had some tools or whatever was very specific tool and it came in this big beautiful box. And that's all I had left. Was this big beautiful box. Looking at it. Now. It's majestic. I I can't figure out how you shoes skit get your on on the house. Yeah. Jury could just sit there and draw. Blanks. It's just so crazy to me. Yeah. We'll find Kahlil find some there's the box. Wasn't there? It is. Yeah. Yeah. It was an empty box is what I had helium box as really that's my whole adolescence whole young life. There is that an empty box. It's different player down there. A little bit different. You'll find well. One of those things move in an ad. That's what I'd visually. You're looking at the wrong side. Okay. Well, okay. Anyway, it's a nice item. You guys are in the hanging doors commercially. I still have one today. Bought another one either way being poor sucks. Oh that got Dan McCaw. That McCaw so tortoise in the hairdryer. I then got a new stop watch. And I would work with my clients in the ring, and I would use stop watch is like a ring counter. And I would see that God damn bird get off its perch, and it would start walking toward us and it would drag its feet try. It's claws drag drag drag it was just walking all can walk in. And I would be up in the ring kind of working with somebody and look down at seeing them a call walk, and okay, we go. Here we go. But he moves like a turtle, and it's not much time here. I mean, I do have time and some point he'd get up to the ring apron, you know, and he'd get up on the ring and I just stare at them. Look at me, and I go I still got time because might stop watch is on the turn buck on the pad like the other side of the ring he would grab the rope had like the vinyl sleeve on kinda hang down a little he'd reach up was grabbing the rope the vinyl sleeve pull himself up and get to one. And then he'd go to the next one the same way. And I just look at them going right on the ring. And I just kind of keep an eye on them. But keep an eye on it moves us law and some point he gets to the top. But he'd have to walk all the way around to get to mind. All right bugger. She now I work with this guy for and then I'd hear crunch on ignorant of luck, and he'd mashed and Walking Dead works. Yeah. I really I learned that like look go move the stop watch. Now. Don't wait till he always moves. 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But lifelock security conc- threats you might miss on your own go to lifelock dot com or call one eight hundred lifelock he's promo code Adam for ten percent off your first year that's promo code, Adam. It lifelock dot com for ten percent off there. It is inaction. He's got the wrong tool as the wrong tool. What is that? Well mates rating. I don't know what he's I don't know what he's stealing there. Watching a guy got us later, and it's not doing door planning. I guess he's planning, but he's not doing it. That's that's that's a plane. That's not the door isn't the same guy. Idea though. Yeah. The whole thing is you need the need the fence on it you right? The fence along the door and you set the Bevill on the fence. Yeah. Feel me drew. I do then you set the depth with this knob. This sort of sort of I don't know it's sort of like trying to picture what the back of it has sort of knob that you turn up with your thumb, and you can kind of set the debt, and you always wanna go light at the beginning when get all galaxy take it easy. Sure. And ghetto backwards right on the other side of the door on the same side, or whatever. Then you get your template ever wonder how ever look at a door. Everyone everyone go to your door right now you ever see like where they have the hinges and the corners are round. And they just like they snap them in place. Like just snapped into the would. Yes. And you kind of. Go with how they chisel out. Yes. Exactly. Right. Yes. Round. The the template. That's guys. Got the wrong. That at there. Now, it's not it's got the wrong plainer, and he's no battle because he's doing the bottom of the door, you re constituted beans person. Louis. That's right. Yeah. 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Carey w. A Kaelin just for shits giggle. So if you type in porter cable door plainer, and you hit video does it just show that. I was having in Rockwall door planner. And that was the first one that came. Trackwork it works anyway, the same house, but the way they get those. Why do they why they why they go from square hinges to round hinges that I don't know. Why is this something do with the snapping in or the the tool to create the tool? So let's think about it. The mortis for the hinge was always done with a Guinan chisel. Now, it's done with a a trimmer router a circular little straight bed half inch straight bit. But there's a collar around it. It doesn't prevent it from digging into the template. Yeah. Yeah. So now, this template is put on its nailed to the edge of the door. You fire up this route. And you go around the template with you hang the bid out the thickness of the hinge. That part goes and cuts, right. The sleeve is the height of the template and that just rides along the edge. And of course, it's gonna make around corner because you couldn't make square corner with a round. Device. Yeah. Yeah. So just go that thing, and then they snap it in. And that's why it fits like it fits you think. Guys. Good with chisels. Not not there was something. Yeah. The automated about it. Right. So that's why they went from the round. And that's kinda why. If you see like a high end house, they'll be square hinges. Because those saying kind of like, hey, once they'll still hit it with the template and then they'll square up corners. They'll use a device sometimes squared up. All the just do it by hand. But it just shows. It's kinda like craftsmanship. The round edge. Hinges are little, you know standard. It's yeah. I think it doesn't make a difference. But I kind of aesthetically suggest that you're just knocking it out. Yeah. Interesting. Right. Yeah. So it's funny. It's it's a step toward technology. But you also kind of get rid of it at a at a high at a high level. It's weird that we can't find anyone planning a door. Right. This is the sixth video down to most of them. They just show it without inaction. What's wrong with the internet? It's a lot of do mustaches talking. God willing be that dude. A few months disguise doing nothing. All right centers you. So you try to find footage on the internet of somebody planing door. And it literally doesn't doesn't come up most of reviews or selling without it being an action. Helen Gorod says it would be a fine planer. If you didn't get ripped off by a Hobo. Three and a half stars. Ellen gore. Ida chat with my dad today. Oh, tell he told me he did the fourth grade three times. Well, I was I we. I have to have a conversation that I've been thinking about an and I I'm not quite sure how to frame it. And he was in my thinking about it. And essentially it was thinking. Take three shows conversation. By the way that air conditioning is running. Word to my. We can shut off the air. It's just weird never done it before you know, what? I mean. I've never had that experience. No, I don't think anyone's monkey with anything. Anyway, he he figured into my thinking a little bit about your genetics. I started thinking about your genetics and. This is not meant to be pejorative or diagnostic. Okay. Okay. A friend of mine is an expert in psychopathy. What's cop, say comedy is a certain genetic disorder of the brain and its people to become murderers are usually have a psychopathic underlying. Allowed. I psychopathic psycho. But the term has begun to use us a lot more broadly about people that. I have well don't don't respond to fear. Don't get frayed. Fear doesn't really affect them may not really have easing. Appreciate other people's emotions like experiencing other people's emotions. And having like low pulse rate sound familiar. This seeing seeing being hyper vigilant but not being fearful. That's interesting because you think you're hyper vigilant you're. Yeah. Fearful except here the opposite. You're like turned down your engine turn down. But and I'm not saying, you're a psychopath, but but you have some of these qualities, and I started thinking, I think we haven't figured out yet what some of these biological qualities are in all the different things. They appear him. You know, there was like could they appear narcissism could they appear in psychopathy could they appear in like some of the things I was just describing things you hear in people who have autism, right? And yet they're sometimes hyper fearful, but have some of the same kinds of biological proclivities. So I and I presented Utah. Just because you're so unique in your biology, and she goes punctuate ever. They're gonna Mike slam. I didn't mean to I got caught him on the cable here the same wild and out. And and she goes oh reference. Oh, he's. A pro social psychopath, soc rose. Tell any. You're actually worry don't worry. And I don't know that I believe it. But I thought it would be interesting conversation. Sorry, pro pro social psychopath. She goes she goes, it's like Bill Clinton Bill Clinton's a pro social segment in her estimated net in my estimation. He's a pro social narcissist. Right. So you see how immediately there's lots of different ways to look at these things my dad, I should I should chime in that much a fair. Bit of today's discussion was him being fearful he's very fearful interesting. Very scared was always scared because what I was seeing I've never really spent time with him. But what I thought I was seeing in all those photographs you did say in the in the standup not talk about the typical him being. He looked confused to me. He looked kind of confused an adult that anything that was going on around him. Well, he's he's very fearful always was very fearful. Not in a. Oh my goodness. I'm going to voice it kind of way. Yeah. So he was telling me today that he just grew up in fear. He grew up on the south side of faily. And he's basically said there was the black side of town. And there's a talion side of town, and you had to sort of being talion gang. If you're a talion for protection and probably vice versa. And he want any part of it. And he was scared of the black kids, which just beat your ass. If you were just sort of out on your own sort of gang up and travel in groups and bubble. No. I think I think he might my my dad is. One. I would say one of the least physically capable people of ever met my life, and I been handicaps justified its appropriate fear. It's a pleasure if he should be fearful he could not do anything physical, and he had immense fear about having to do something physical. So he literally just sort of ran to school. He was telling me today he was sort of go from car to car to car down this one St. like literally hiding ducking behind and then there'd be the fifty yard sprint to the back door the school. And that that was it. So he was very fearful and has no physical prowess. At all is that why he left the area came out here as far as I can kind of thing. I don't think so he each mom out here. Yes, I believe he he toured. He he was. Basically scared to death. Yeah. It's essentially physically unable to defend himself or to do wood shop or metal shop, or whatever he was basically considered an imbecile and sent to trade school. But because he had no physical ability to weld or put would together whatever he ended up playing the trumpet in trade school when playing the trumpet was a job, you know, he could be getting a band and tour and go from town to town musician. Yeah. But back, then I I think it was much more like kidding in this boss and go tour. So he said he did not take any academic classes, he essentially failed the fourth grade few times at some point. Somebody sorta got hold of him. And when you're not well, maybe heading is Joe to same. Thing maybe stuff you're dealing with. I don't think I have dyslexia. I actually got tested for dyslexia. I don't have to. I wonder what it was. He was contending with. It's it's interesting because he thinks he was contending with something. He grew up in south Philly and like super talion kind of neighborhood. I don't think it's parents and his parents were for majorly, whatever that in when he thing who don't read to him or anything, and he showed up you got the school. I don't know that he and I share a. A comparable or a common. Genetic thing. I do know we were he had a scholastic. His his. Relationship with school was my relationship with school. And he essentially he sent you was oh, he was the guy with the alcoholic dad who married the alcoholic or became the alcoholic dad and abuse his kid it wasn't. I know. I don't know. How much is genetic? Or how much is just you just did what you just did to me. Right. Like, that's what you did. Right. I think there's more of that where he he got the school. He didn't know how to do anything, and they're like your image. And you gotta go learn to play the Trump. Let me make sure I'm clear on what you're saying. So because his parents didn't say, hey, takes a math take some reading or not a re the do anything. He didn't do anything. I think. Yes. I think as a child he didn't learn his way around studying, and then he became this sort of adult. It's kind of weird he explained to me his fear. I had a to. It's it's weird being illiterate and sort of live. In modern day society. You live in a little bit of fear that game scrabble's going to break out. Where does he learn to to read? I would I probably learned like I did like a long I would have fear about playing charades. They actually just write down a profession. I couldn't read it off the little piece of paper, the kids party or something. So he was that way to a funny story with school records. I'll tell a second I say about teeter hang upside down create for the bang. We use it here. I brought it home. I used to wonderful, man. I had Lynette in Italian that thing. The other day your own body weight. Decompress is your spine teeter inversion table. Just takes a few minutes to maintain a healthy spine active lifestyle without pain over three million people put their trust and teeter since one thousand nine hundred one thousands of reviews. Four point nine star. Amazon rating especial limited time offer seventy bucks off plus hundred bucks or the bonus. Excess res when you go to teeter dot com slash ADS, plus free shipping. Free returns sixty day money back guarantee. No risk. 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So certain point he ended up in like Santa Monica got off the bus like when they're on tour just said like, I'm staying here in Santa Monica and. Said. Some some neighbor somebody or somebody said like I'll get you signed up for some classes over at Santa Monica junior college, and I'll send for your records. And he's like, no don't don't do that, you know. And it's like, I'll do it. The guy sent firs records and all the records said like history English like check Jack Jack because back then somebody just went like this guy's in him. I don't wanna get into trouble. Just check. The check the boxes and say went to class like we don't we're in the. We're in the business of sort of, you know, more like a puppy mill. Get him out. Get them out. Get them up get out. It's not going to be a doctor. It's not our fault. Right. So we don't wanna get into trouble. So just check all those boxes saying went everywhere. And then just that's what his record said. So the guy was like well, look at you did pretty good. You know, well sign you up. He told me handed in a paper ones. Junior college. And the guy said liked your paper. What is your first language? Disturb. What prompted this this sharing? You know, he's just he knows he's going to die pretty soon. And I think he's just kind of went like, I don't know should get the record straight. Yeah. Just get you know, get stuff off my chest. It'll talk in you know, it's not a bad guy. Just did you share anything back? Yeah. I I. We we we talk about things I I was just mostly listening. And I was kinda thinking about. What sort of how insane? It was that. He found my mom. I thought should be married that to least competent people on the planet. Did you question that at all? Or I I just I just can't elite. I just the notion look being being a kid of my mom, pretty bad. I can't imagine being married. I just couldn't imagine. But, but as you said, she kinda held it together through our twenties. And they said it was like the Bugs Bunny cartoon Wolfson one hair on your the whole thing falls apart. I was like when Jimmy task at us. I hit off a joint, right? We got up. We may have a porter cable planer. Student offense. Got the fence. He setting. No. Pushing it through pointing on old piece of wood got the fence go there. Wines using. Doing. As good. We can't finish the rest of the gate. Got a fence on there. All right. How's that gonna work? It's not gonna work. We're bevelled. Now, it's a door plainer, and he's doing a flat piece of fence internet. Disappointing. This point. Maybe I should put on my own. Oh, you know. It'd be off the chart successful. Me my own series of porta cable door planning. Hoop would love to watch that. Oh my God. Brought to you by on the house. I'll get on the right now. Oh, man. I'm going to be like today. Subject masonite, slab, doors chicks, circuit and moist guys are tearing up, you know. 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ACS (Part 2): Rick Fox and Jace Hall

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And this is a real quick. Here is his. I think is. Fast is that it's a New York festival New York City festival bands comedy, stuff like that. And this is him walking onto the stage and the surprise of the audience. Why? He's one of those things Louis. C K. While up there. Jumping advan. Stage. Issue. The club. The promoter this was skiing. They defended his decision to book, Louis CK, but the management of Brooklyn bazaar, where the festival was staged they made the apology. This is the statement, quote the venue, had no prior knowledge. That is owner. Does he own the command? Burning them. But there is a comedy club called governors. He's the Commissioner we'll chance to find owners problematic. Because what if a comedian of color goes on stage? Comedian. That's what we don't ask ourselves. Okay. So this is the statement the venue, had no prior knowledge. That is performance would occur by the time he was brought through the side entrance by promoters and put on the stage. It was too late for our staff to stop it management, felt stuff. I get the stack when I was at work like offer. No potted plants. The president diving in front of his cock. Pushing a Feick is out of the way and diving one person blocks the drapes themselves over the fight gets like the guy did on Reagan when he was shot on the sidewalk die for Lewis, cock, trying to block it and slow motion the other one grabs a female comedian starts us sharing your. Well, first off, we gotta either charge him with something or find him. Or do something can't just live in. Scarlet letter world has entire life in prison or shut the fuck up. Yeah. Because this is a jury of his peers of society. They said we would I like to apologize to our community. Jeff walk out. Is there any like Casella universal universally? Pause. We'd like to to our community and staff for what occurred, we would also like to apologize to the music department because they have put a lot of effort into making Brooklyn bizarre, a safe space with diverse program. First off, I have a daughter. I don't wish that a guy asks if he can beat off in front of her. But in a spectrum of bad things that can happen to her sexually that doesn't crack my top ten fat comedian goes, mad beat off in front of you and Natalia. And she goes maybe later, we're gonna finish grilled cheese. And it goes I hear you. This week he'll play. All right. He's a weird. But I don't know. Z never allowed to talk into a microphone again. Or can we charge him with something or can you pay a fine audience will decide, yes? Let him do community service or something. And then he can come off a pariah, one and work again. It looks like this is the kind of stuff he's been sort of dipping his toe into and seeing how he's received the crowds love him and the promoters apologize. Well, yes, maybe that works. Maybe you can go and do these performances and then right after the venue polishes. Right. And everyone wins. Yeah. Or maybe. Maybe a bunch of people have to go in the room and masturbate with him standing next to a locked door. And then move on. All right. Radical idea. Yeah. We can all move on. Yes. All right. He's a weird guy. Did some weird Dang's? They weren't right? At a certain point, we have to we have to make restitution to every did it in front of or his God, or the state or whatever that is. And then we need to get the fuck on with our lives. So he can start paying taxes again. Dan Harmon because he did that we, we talked Trason. I talked to I recently he did that epic, like nine minute all policy for harassing one of his staff members. I believe it was on community, because it I was like sorry and she's like, yeah. I don't accept that. Herman from community, the show runner. Oh. And then he did a podcast and he's for, you know, nine ten minutes was like this is what I did this is why it was wrong. I took my power and I believe this chick that didn't want to date me, and I made her feel like shit, and I made her second guess herself. And it was because I decided that she was my news and I was so hurt and offended that she didn't want anything to do with me that I wanted her to see how it felt like he really dug really reflected and said it was wrong. This this is what was going on in my head. And this is what I've learned. And it was it was kind of an epic example of an apology. I think for a lot of people. So if Louis interested in doing something like that, I think like you said, once people kind of get on board and understand that the person understands you move on Sarah Silverman, say he'd beat off her. He said, sometimes she's at sometimes it was cold and sometimes it wasn't interested. Run into her lot, seems fine to make. But I didn't did he ever speak on it. I, I don't know if released. Singer. Him putting out on a policy shitty. Maybe he can get a presidential pardon turkeys on thanksgiving. Right. Yeah. Liberty and Justice. She was wearing. Dr. Oh, god. Yeah. All right. So Lewis now it's been a year and a half, and he should do comedy. And people clearly wanted him there. They were excited I dunno whoever owns the club you own the box that people eat nachos in. So you should be delighted when they're delighted whoever comes up on stage. All right. Well, never forward when TMZ sports broke the story that you have see president Dana white said he is seriously interested in putting together a Justin Bieber. Tom Cruise fight. He. On my list of guys not to beat off in front of I just feel like danger wouldn't go well with him. I feel like. Feel like he's got too much upper body stocky knows people like I don't know, Chuck Ladele would just come walking in the room like mid stroke. And he'd be like, are you kidding me? Come on. Chuck. I just feel like I have a man. Man. Guy who not beat off, and he's near the top of it. I think that sound so people are starting to clamor for this fight. And TMZ is also told bieber's rep scooter Braun that he spoke with our Emmanuel over at William Morris, endeavor, and Dana white on a secret phone call and said, bieber's down. He's one hundred percent into this idea. So in white was leaving Craig's restaurant West Hollywood on Sunday night. He told DMZ that he thinks there is a shot at this actually happening. Here's a clip of him being asked about it on the way to his car. That's the restaurant. Could be bigger than Mayweather McGregor. I, I think it would be the biggest purse ever, and I think it would be the, the biggest pay per view ever, too. So. No common. Maybe in the next couple days for. Well, there's a couple of things going on and are now, sort of freak show called society. Now I mean yeah, Tom Cruise, you know he gets twenty or twenty five million bucks or whatever this be hundreds of millions of dollars for a nights work. Probably don't risk a lot of damage. The real risk. Is that these guys look like they're dancing drunk, you know that. That the technique pick so long to look competent. Wait a minute. Let's be on it. Do you really wanna see technique when when that happens part of it is just? Yes. See technique leave the technique to the professionals. This just be the mall of cat for whatever it's going to become right? I don't want it to be like when Kareem was posting you up. I'd like to see a little competition out there, but I bet they both have enough ego to short their ass off. And do you think there's something in the writer, you can't go over the face? The moneymaker. I think I think they'd have would be massive, and it would be as big as you guys are, too young to remember, but Billie Jean King. Rig showing up against Bobby rakes captured the country. I mean, it was two months of nothing. But when we got to see this event when is this going to happen, I mean, it just became I don't know what the McGregor Mayweather purse was. It was. They both got one hundred million Mayweather got two hundred million dollars or whatever I mean, it is literally, you know, somebody somebody could say time cruise oh, what month is it? What are we come in June? Okay. Christmas day, middle December Christmas now put two hundred million dollars in your pocket for a pretty could be a day's worth of light lifting. You have to think. You have to think I mean, I don't know who reps Tom and just under scuba on his manager of Justin. But Ari bought those guys W EMMY bought UFC, and so if they could pull this off. Imagine the pairings cost of board in general undercard. Going against Riley. Who do you think would win? Come on uptown cruise. Yeah. Town Kerr's because I think I think Tom Cruise is the kind of dude that if he said, I will do this for the next four and a half months, he would train nine he would never stop trying. He did he jump out of planes and train in midday. What was the last movie that, that he was in theater? I remember watching it, and I remember, I don't know how, how movie. Movie. I don't know how old he is. He's in his fifties, right? Something like that. He's like fifty seven or are saying where he is sprinting at maximum speed for an extended period of time like through this, like four fifty seven year? And I mean he's, he's moving really really fast so spry, so he has kept himself into record. I talk about, you know, running all the time. And, and when you get to be our age in our size sprint is no joke right now. I know. So, I think Tom really, you know, Kerr's it, by the way, he's cockroach ask, and that he doesn't move or he sprints full speed. Never shock crews, sorta jog and the other day. But he was half asset. He's sprint mode, or he's in walk mode. He doesn't have a medium setting. That's cockroach. It doesn't have. Down setting on the treadmill where I'm going to cool down. He doesn't have cool down. It's crazed being chased by bear and walking. You don't see a cockroach jog. Go. Every movie speaking, Tom Cruise movies. That's why Tom Cruise will never do this. The risk is he doesn't have to lose to be. He's got a couple of good shots to the face from beaver like knocked down once Mitch possibles, gone, Jack Reacher. Down by beaver luck if he can battle Scientology and his sexuality he this battle. Sexuality he's conquered sites. Members up on like Matt Lauer so fun, like so skiing Oprah's. You know he's got past. Wow. You brought up Matt Lauer, where's he exactly beaten off in a potted plant Louis CK, Martha. Mayweather. They say I guess I don't know if we can whatever makes sense to me, Mayweather got two hundred seventy five million dollars and McGregor got eighty five million that expands to me. Why the billboards money way weather on the way the Vegas is still up. Yeah. Why, and he could. I mean, you could say, look, I don't care how rich you are. If you're talking about a three hundred and fifty million three hundred fifty million dollar payday for one night, you got everyone's attention. I don't I don't care how, how rich you arts. Same way, I can get Elton. John to play my kids, barmitzvah, just got to write a check for eight million bucks. He'll, he'll be like they went money, undercard interesting. The car John? We are entering into the waters of real celebrity death match. Well, it would bust the doors open for anybody else with the b with what are or not would just they would do with kind of that kind of payday, do Rick Fox Dennis Rodman. That Asha who'd with you go right for that. Coaching me. The coach house Moco. Correct way or all three if your champion ship brings. It on his lip ring, and he's out dragging many work. That's right. I don't do we don't fight and South Korea. Right. That's right. Well, the Chicago police department released more than sixty hours of video footage taken Jesse small, ad after the former empire star allege, he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack. One video is taken by police. They arrived at as a party just moments after he claimed he was tacked by two men who are bleach on 'em Tida news around his neck. He's actually seen with the rope hanging from his neck smell. It was accused of staging this attack himself, hiring personal trainers to help him who's indicted on sixteen counts of disorderly conduct, but the charges were dropped small maintains his innocence and insists he was attacked. Here's just about forty seconds from the police body Cam when they first walk in as apartment and his, his managers with them. Off. Got the news around his neck. Oh. I got the undercard I got the undercard close Bieber. Fight. All right. You're ready. Turn it down. Well, we'll put them on the car too, but they won't they won't make the pay per view. They'll be the freebie. Prelims. Now, small latte fights. The guy who started the fire festival. Farland their disgrace celebrity jaw. Who would have to. I can help you get that done and get you out roll. Yeah. Yeah. About from the Bahamas. So I. That's wrong, right there. They're all going to be strapped for cash. Yeah. Yeah, they'll be strapped for cash. We'll put them on an under card starting to fill out nice, right? I'm the Bob Arum of celebrity fights. So she I'm like, I'm, I'm kind of a weirdo, because I was like, oh, everyone's like, why would you keep the news around your neck, which I'm sure he made everything up, and I'm not defending him Garriga anybody. But I there's a mindset where if somebody did this to me, and then somebody called the cops I go, I want you to see this, like a crime disturbing the crime, I this is what was around my neck. I want you to see it on the bookshelf, go. This was around my neck. I kind of get that I still think he did it or didn't do it, or, you know, whatever guilty or state, whatever stage, but the part where he has it around next not like, who would ever whatever and John around the house. But that makes sense you, you would be. Disturbing a crime scene. If you start taking your clothes off that were I still when you went to remove the stuff that was on me. Yeah. But saying it doesn't mean also if you're close of bleach all over them that doesn't definitively mean this, or that, right? All right. Well. Do it. What are you implying? Sounds like an owner. Governor. Governor governor on your ownership. We haven't heard from the flying will lend does, in a couple of decades, maybe a century or two, but they were back big time in New York recently, Nick, and Lasana will lend live up to that family name when they walked a quarter of a mile across time square, twenty five stories up balancing the entire way on a tightrope earlier this rain across. Tight rope. Walk. It was broadcast live on ABC thousands watched, and he actually they meet in the middle and Nick climbs over la- Jonah. And that's eighteen minutes in. It was preplanned or the worst timing ever. You're going to go the other direction on the same night the night, I'm going. He's just posted up on the fridge. One thing thing. This is a specially daunting for her. She broke almost every bone in her face after suffering near fatal fall a few years back the whole thing took about thirty six minutes. They had posed for balance the polls way thirty eight pounds. I should. This might making this up, our was he traveling with a kind of harness. They did. They did have acurity. I don't think time. Score would have allowed it without it the club. Well, okay. I mean far be it for me master. Yeah. By the way. Large crowd and Times Square. You know, you don't want up on that wire, Louis. C K. You know, you could do it, but just apologize. That's clear you. There is some way up there. I have very good balance. And if you gave me a six months training and told me you can wear harness where if you fall off. You gotta you gotta cave on the hardest on it. I would give it a shot. Okay. So that's bullshit. They actually talk about the hardest. I got it. I got it on clip step over me. So this is the moment where he actually steps over her on the on the hardest to what. Allowed to do this time square. Do tires you. They have they do. It's a cable above. Somewhere else. Where is a loud? And there was a documentary about the man who walked in between the towers. Yeah. Stud, sorry. No. That's right. Yeah. Over her is so underwhelming cares. Safety harness, like walk go wrong. Nothing you have a harness the same thing. It's the difference between free climbing and, and doing it with about them. I was reading up on, on the will end does. And their thing back in the day, one hundred years ago was whatever was that there was no net. There was no there was no Dr and a few lend us died. And apparently, when they, they joined Ringling Brothers and Barnum Bailey Circus, the whole thing was, oh, my God. They're doing this without harnesses because those got lost in transit, so that just became their thing after the grandfather, the famous footage like Rio de Janeiro or something. It was some somewhere and he was just walking in a wind kicked up. And he just fell off. But the thing that always struck me think it was one emission, by the way, it served point you go from flying will end up falling change. Hit the pavement enough. You gotta change name flights still be here. Why is it circus? Oh, lay like signed him up, like they just not good enough circus. I don't know. But. The, the thing that I found very interesting about the footage of the grandpa when he died wherever he was like nineteen seventy four when he was walking across the building. I found it. Where was that? I found it very interesting from a human standpoint, which is the wind kicked up. He got a little wildly. He was not wearing any form of safety harness, and as he sort of went down. He made a half hearted attempt to cling to the wire, he did not do that. This is my if I don't hang onto this wire, there's a half, inch wire hair. Don't grab it. I Di he didn't casual he'd short bent down and he's short. It just went gave up. Like it was a weird thing because you'd think as a human like, oh, hang on. This is. Couch. You know, it's gonna slow the thing where it's like he kinda knew he was falling, and he didn't wrap his legs or crab, or do what desperate move where you would want fuck it. I don't care how bad I look, I'm throwing the poll and I'm just going to hang onto it with both hands until they come. Get me wherever that footage is you can nineteen sixty two porta Rico. This is a nice seventy eight in Puerto Rico. We have the foot tweeden if you wanna see I wanna see it, it's, it's, it's, it's so comfortable being on the wire for so much that he just didn't fully realize that it was the moment. I think he I think it was a captain goes down with his ship kind of thing like this is the way to do it or you have failed at this mission. And when you fail in this business, you die, you don't cling to the rope for half hour of the paramount. You're saying champions exit in a way it just didn't if you watch it, we can watch footage of it. Hits. Linda. Could go kneel down and grab the right now. He could kneel down. He's starting to go down any just kind of goes on it, and it just kind of all. Yeah. But he didn't tell me. I wanna see that he didn't. Hang he didn't hang onto it. Like you would like well, hold on a second. Hold on. Title thing was the dude falls from. From way over here home, I sweet. Geez. Print. You can read that. It's in bold type anyway. Walker car will end up false death Puerto Rico. I just saying his effort hang onto the wire out a three. Yeah. I didn't. Maybe calculated, maybe he just didn't think it was a serious. And then it went from zero to one hundred real fast, the last second could have been a bad marriage. We've all had the stocks. You know what I mean? Like. Come on. Filming? Shrews on the other end. Never pushed me. All right. Let me hit gyco here. Let's see everyone's got the to do list how about? Yeah. Say a bunch of money on your auto insurance at geiko dot com. Fifteen minutes could be saving fifteen percent or more on your auto insurance. Take that extra money and put it in your pocket at geiko, that is geiko dot com. All right. Let's do one more. Gina grand. Well to pucks core is the most famous person ever incarcerated at Clinton correctional facility in New York and he still needed an ID like everybody else when he was there. And now you're sale, it is remember, his dry, drawing that was for sale that lusty through picture him in his cow that that was hot stop. So two bucks. I prison ID card from his nineteen ninety-five incarceration is going up for auction through the memorabilia company heritage auctions. They're starting the bidding to grand two bucks nine months there after. He was convicted on sexual assault charges. He was required to carry this laminate. Everybody went it. Hasn't signature on it. Bidding starts July. First heritage auction is expecting it to go between four and six grand. I wanted it can be yours. Yeah. They don't they don't think it's going to go through the roof. Bidding starting now. You just you just heightened it talking about it on this show. Where do you go to celebrities heritage auctions? Everything's for sale now card. Card and the more stuff. The more high end stuff that sells the more. Over whatever Gilmore. Yeah. The more of that stuff goes for millions of dollars more. Everything's everything's just most you've paid for something at auction. Yeah. Celebrity memorabilia, or something for point eight million dollar four point eight four car or rice guy. Yeah. That I was going to say tiny, Tim ukulele. Thirteen hundred. No, I pay you met, you met the do paid almost five million dollars or a car at a celebrity at a well was a celebrity. It was a car auction. Is that your daily driver now not license for the street, but we are we will be at the track at the gun sake coming up in its racing. It. And the vintage race. So would you who'd you beat out? No, I don't know. I don't know who I beat out. I know that I was it's a very nerve wracking endeavor that doing that goes in increments of two hundred and fifty or one hundred or maybe five hundred thousand dollars. So it's like to get to five million bucks. It's just as fast as if you're bidding on a mini Cooper for like thirteen thousand dollars. It gets, you know, the first they don't start at one hundred doing. Yeah, they start. Like two million dollars. And then they'll just go to Mantova to five they don't go to one whole time. They go to five another two five to five. Okay. Three three three five three five over here. Finish was how much time eighty seconds a stressful. Well, it would have been eighty seconds. But at a certain point, they got to four four. Now you gotta tack ten percent on to the four four, but they got to four four and I had the bid, and they stopped, and they're like four four and then they're like, four four once four four twice. Oh, we got someone on the phone. On the phone. I think that's always on the phone like Dubai. Then the person on the phone and they go four four. Okay. Four forty four five hundred thousand dollars. Fastest you can count to ten inch go to a million dollars. So the person was on the phone with like, and they're like, four four four five to you. We got four five now and the chick was on the phone was bidding on behalf of somebody, but got confused about another auction and another car that was four point four at the time in screwed up. And she was like, oh, no, no, no, not me, not me. Okay. And like let's reset, we're going to reset house. Forward. You've gone, I was right there going over five is like you gotta do the ten percent. And I didn't. Knowing the that it would hit that high, like in your mind. Did you think it was going to Dale? They'll usually give you an estimate. Okay. And the estimate for that car was probably four to defy or something like that. So you know, kind of going in what the parameters are. Sometimes it blows past it. Oftentimes comes up short of it. Like you don't really know who out depends who else is in the room, who wants that car who wants Paul Newman's Lama, or, or the Maas. The Maas class. Once gary. Well, you actually sitting there with the little fan waving it like with, like is like, first off, I'm semi recognizable in that world. So I gave it to Matt Andrea. And I was like you have it. You do it, by the way, it's two nerve wracking. Exactly. Yeah. He did it and I was like, I don't know, I'm not going to give you a number to stop at, you know, the number we want. But it was highly there's a lot of anxiety there when we in, like out of a movie where they completely stopped. So they're gonna just pounded out for the third time and give me the car and they stopped they rebooted the entire thing. And they're like, okay, everyone. Let's start over like I couldn't start with the whole thing. But they're like we're at four four now, everybody was like no come on come home. Bring it home. Let's not give one time to time to think and I have seen stuff stall out with, like going twice. Oh, nother bid, and then it's just heats up again. And it'll it'll go. It was it was. Yeah. There. But anyway, I'll be racing that jar at the. You're gonna say coming up coming up in August middle August those duplicates behind come on out and say say there's different cars all over all over. Yeah, it was fun. Surreal. Still owe money on it. All right. Do we bring it home? Now, I'm Gina grad. And that's the news. Piccione. The news with Gina grad. Simply safe. That's what I want to say you got to get some simply safe. No one should feel unsafe at home. Well, you won't anymore. You'll have simply safe to is simply safe dot com slash Adam. That is simply safe dot com slash Jason Whitlock coming in here tomorrow. He's probably gonna have a hot take on this owner business versus governor find no wit lock the podcast, g G podcast with Rick and Jay's new episodes every Wednesday on apple podcasts cod. Cast one and where else do we go guys? Or do you want to send anyone any other directions social media? You follow us follow us. Yeah. G podcasts at podcast. 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We were talking about the, the nomenclature of pro football little bit, and where the word safety came from why they were so lazy in using applying it to two different things. Yes, there, Gary, you have an update behind the glass. I've since learned that it was the position was originally known as safety man, safety man, where superhero ever. Is that a is the safety the most exciting play in football? Let's think about it. You have a long run. You have what, Gary I say. No, that's not non hyphen. Okay. You got you got a long bomb. You gotta blocked field goal, a blocked punt safety. It's your favorite. I. I think it's hard to do better than punt return which for some reason. Although it covers less territory is better than a kick off. That that's right. But, but I wonder why the dimensions of it. I guess how long the ball hangs up. The coverage is around the person who catches the ball. No. Right. Right. The most exciting play in, in sports or in in in football for sure. Is. I mean it's one that's not really a play in terms of technically be a little more exotic but I will call the most exciting play is when the team sets up for the sixty six yard field goal and they put one of the Cromartie brothers back there and case that comes up short with no time left in the first half. And that guy takes it to the house and he data's the ball lane on the nine nine yards deep in the end zone that is the best because that play has like three plays in it first things. First when the clock goes to all zeros while the ball still in the air. I love any play that involves that. Because play over obviously if if he gets tackled on the one inch line you get zero points for all the effort, but first saying it's a long field goal. It has to be a long field goal attempt. Otherwise, they won't style with sufficiently scared by that. Because in the twenty first century, there have been at least two of those or maybe. Three and you're right you called the commodity brothers Antonio. Cromartie has a number of children who could do it. In probably had a brother, who played Antonio did, I think there were two Cromartie in the Lee, baby. But either way seen that a lot. But if you see that guy like, oh, wow, he's a good returner. Maybe we should call this field goal coach because it's just like he's gonna field it. I, I have to say is right on that was going to be my answer in that play. I would argue is longer than a hundred nine yards 'cause he catches it about three feet above his head. But what you're confused about is not his brother, his cousin Dominic Rodgers Cromartie. Those two guys were related. Yeah. So there's a Cromartie there's Cromartie anyway. They're both super fast, guys and the so you have first things first, you have the idea of possibly a record setting field goal kicking something that's sixty plus yards. Oftentimes, sometimes it's windy or something. They'll put the guy out there. But for the most part, we might set a new record with a field goal number one. Number two, it comes up short and it comes that guy's hands. He now is going to cover more ground than anyone could ever come much room to run before the first defender gets to him. Right. And you cannot put your kickoff coverage team out there. You have long snappers you have holder. Oh, yeah. Right. Yeah. You could probably find three or four those guys on the other team. I mean you take. The holder, you take the long snapper. You may even take guard or tackle those guys aren't on the kickoff covers of those guys are not proper football players. They're not football players on the level that professional football required for most other positions to your point. Yes. Have a whole lot of experience in this field. The guy who's doing the whole thing as the backup quarterback. He is not on the kickoff return, the kickoff coverage team right? Yeah. So not only did you do you have Cromartie? Take it out of the back of the endzone, yo you really have like seven or eight guys out there to tackle them, there, three or four guys aren't gonna make it. I mean he really wasn't touched. And if that is if that is a. If that's a kickoff team guys have their lanes guys are guys are, you know, the guys that the, the, the gun at the end are down there to force everything to the middle so on and so far. So you have a rag tag group of tacklers to try to take a guy who would be a return guy is a return guy. It's that, that's a great point. I think yet to me like the when they do multiple laterals in desperation play that ends the game. That's an easy one to say, oh, that's so exciting when you win. But even when my team has done that on the rare occasion. I've seen that maybe once in my life cheering for a team to do it. And it comes through, it feels unsatisfying because there's a fluke factor to it. I am. I like my favorite thing in sports is not to win in overtime to see my team win an overtime. I like the victory formation in the NFL. That's that I love that moment of conquering. I love the. That line up and they have the guy way back there in case, the QB fumbles it and the game is over and he takes a knee and the whole stadium explodes victorious. I liked the empty net goals in hockey, that's the that's triumph in real tied. The game is still going, but the other team is desperate, so they take the goalie out and you score into the empty goal that to me is, is the most exciting moment for for your team. Yeah. Not as an objective fan. But if I'm rooting. Yeah it's all good. But still, nothing better than Cromartie taken cool. And by the way, I'll tell you this. I was talking with over at the NFL Scott Hanson who hosts total access the TV show over there and he played. He was a long snapper at Syracuse. And he's, you know he's about my size. He's a little more put together than I am, but he's roughly my dimensions. And I was talking about, and I brought you up and I said, you know, you gotta get eight Corolla down here. He's already done it with is. But you should bring him in here again. He loves long snapping and, and Scott Hanson's this hosts it would be a cool showdown between the two of you. And he said those guys, it's crazy, because he is an expert on it, and his fascinated by the craft of the long, snapper. And he said, how good those guys are now at the professional level is insane. He said I dated in college. Big time. One law. Syracuse team I was the long snapper. I cannot believe what those guys can do now. And he said, they literally like, oh, the punter likes the ball. So he doesn't have to drop down his hands to get it. Like I can put it in his right hand like if he holds his right hand up. He can hit it from that spot, and every single time and those guys that is one of the most under appreciated talents in sports, I think, because it is like figure skating that you watch it. And you wait for the only only notice it when they fall down kind of thing. How many have you ever see those guys screw that up that the long snapper that they consistently on the money every time the field goal kick? It's the cake all the kicker screwed up. How many times have you ever seen the snapper? Screw it up ever in watching football at the professional level. Like twice that giant's game against the forty Niners that crazy into that game Tony Romo dropped the snap in that one playoff game. But I'll tell you that those guys never screw up. It's amazing so much pressure to. Decide down the thing that really makes that the thing that makes that amazing. And I'm showing Gary showing you this because he's, he's trying to trying to illustrate a point that I constantly make which I've not even going to bring up the Seattle in the Super Bowl and the whatever but here's the thing they snap, you can hold it for second, Gary. They snap the ball back with great authority. That's right. And it takes a lot of confidence to put your head between your key stir and fire ball back because and that's the part that should be appreciated. It's they don't do it gingerly that with great confidence point six two point seven on a punt in college is the norm. But you have to be able to not just deliver it with accuracy, but also with great pace, right? And I've complained one hundred thousand times that those. Guys do that. And it's flawless the shotgun center in the game does not do that with the quarterback right. They float the ball back. How many times is a fan especially if a guy like Big Ben when it's like, oh man, it's, it's, it's four and four. And they they're not in field goal position if they don't move the chains here, the game's over there eliminated from the playoffs. That's come down to this. Play the poll is snapped and Big Ben goes down to shin to get it. So not a minor detail, right? They're trying to do a quick hit timing. Route in six yard slant. He's picking the ball up office shin. And it always screws them up because their focus is not downfield. It's on their Shane, and then they pop up and they throw a pit. To write that center should be. And I used to center the center, the shotguns hold on one hand it snap it back there. There's forty to me doing it trying out for the Rena league or when I put it right there. Now I'm fucking around. But the point is practice. It do it because this ball, sometimes the ball, floats back, and it's like the balls floating back and your pass your pass rush specialist. Von miller. Got a half step now off the off the edge because the ball guys waiting for it. When you take a look at the Russell Wilson and you take a look at the Seahawks and you take a look at the patriots the ball slow outcome. Butler, peg writing back slowly. He had to you had to curtsy a little bit to grab the ball, then bring it up. Then throw and spin it. I don't think he had full grip on the on the laces. That ball comes back with authority. And like you say. Said, hey, Russel Wilson. Are you right handed good? I'll put it right on shoulder. Guys the cake the field goal snappers put it they put a long aces. They give it to the, the holder with the lace is the way they want it. So they don't even have to spin the ball on the ground to the point is, if you do that, with Russell Wilson, you win the Super Bowl because it's a millisecond where he has to crouch. The comes back, slowly. It's an interesting point. Yes, the crouch down get it and take it out off of his groin. Basically, now if that ball is back and on his shoulder and where he wants it. 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#1127 I Blame Everybody But Me

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

33:48 min | 1 year ago

#1127 I Blame Everybody But Me

"Thanks for listening to the atom and Dr Drew Show on podcast one well in this episode. We talked OCTO- Colorado Sacramento. Getting this homeless thing talking about problem to was in California. I was walking around Portland a couple days back. It's bad it's bad portland all utopias all the west coast. It's all right right so we got all that but don't worry we'll get it fixed lickety-split first truecar so you want a new car. You want <hes> used car. You went you went cash Ashra your car. You go with truecar. How do you put a price on your car stories? WE'LL TRUECAR put a price on your car and the stories stories. What's your car's worth well? We're GONNA find out just go to truecar and to your plate number cars details Campana answer a few questions. Get a few answers and boom boom boom Bob's your uncle soup to nuts. It's true car so once you're finished you get a true cash offer sent nineteen minutes. You can take it to your truecar local certified dealer and you can cash it out or you trade it in so you drive it in you. Leave with a check or you drive it in you. Drop it off Offi leave with a new car or you leave with a used car either way it's Truecar when you ready for a better way to sell or trade in your car. CHECK OUT TRUECAR true cash offer offer not available in all areas recorded live at Corolla one studios with Adam Corolla and board certified physician and Addiction Medicine Specialist Dr Drew Pinski. You're listening to the atom and Dr Drew Show on you got to get it on. You Got New Jersey on demand now mandate. No I'm over here started about where I'm I'm coming from his from place knowledge. I'm come from place truth. You guys come from a place of dead depravity and isolationism isolationism and closed mining. It and I'm come from his place where I say it's not enough to just have a seat at the table. I got on table at stable on what chair table I want. I WanNa Barcalounger at the N._F._l.. Shield Salad for that so that you can never get by that shield FARC worst experience ever if I remember flying first class and they give me a cold salad advert. I now have to wait twenty minutes to get to room temperature so I can use it. Thank you for that luxury awesome. Give me that hot towel. I'll wrap around the cold for break even even Doctor Board certified season especially this show brought to you by blinds Galore DOT COM and TRUECAR TRUECAR DOT COM. It's well we got some good calls up there and then I got some hot hot partridge trampling Ben Thirty seven that I know you this right. I bring it in <hes> Sacramento. Ben Ben so yeah on the news I never ever ever watched the news and I just happened to put it on it. I never use my local. Montana and the first story I see is homeless in the area in Sacramento and the first story is his Dad Dad with his daughter on like the rough times these hit how he's out of a job and like the picture perfect story like where anyone would want to help this guy out and and <hes> if you contrast that with where I live I live in midtown Sacramento and I tell my friends there are more homeless people that walk by the non homeless people and ego go in you go and you try to talk to them or like. Sometimes I see him just leaping out in front of my place. <hes> give them some food. They're all insane or they're all on severe drugs right. I've had I've had to call the COPS so many times so why why do your local news media wide your politicians refuse to acknowledge that reality that father and his daughter the L._A.. Times is article out today that confirmed that most people like that father and his daughter who who come into homelessness are without are gone out of homelessness within three months. Sometimes they require a little bit of support from the governmental services and sometimes not but the people that experience it because they fall on hard times get out of it rather quickly. I don't even know I don't even know if there's such a thing as homelessness for Sober Sober Insane P chronicle listen. I don't even know if it's that I really don't because I feel like those. People have have a net. That may be close to the bottom but it's still a net. I mean really I again. They throw all these fucking numbers out. Who Do you know who did you know? who were you that you never could find? I've of crashed on people so for us. It's it's happened. I my Dad's done it. I've done it my friends that have done there was never a sleep on the sidewalk right a box to check. I talked to and I can I get yes. Thank you guys an analogy. I use for everyone who doesn't live in Sacramento. I give them the perfect analogy because my rent just went by four two hundred dollars a month. My analogy is <hes> you go to AAA once a week and you like it and all of a sudden you notice that your fellow people that go there are now sleeping on the side are sleeping on the floor inside there. <hes> the CO workers are all covered and tattoos and piercings. The food cost twice as much in the same thing and you're confused you you ask yourself getting out of the deal. Everything is getting worse because for pointing this out everything is getting worse and you're you're the you're the a-hole I don't know the we're going to talk to anyone anyone. I pointed out to you. They're like Oh you're being downer. I can't believe that it is a shit hole here in Sacramento but David Shithole hit home any of your friends that data should be like my God. We gotta do something about this. If you're concerned about do something about it. It's just unbelievable I it in <hes> just just to add just to add to the misery. <hes> where I live they just repainted the whole place and <hes> I noticed that the people that blow the leaves every single time they never backed them up. They just blow this stuff in the street and day in and day out they come twice a week on each corner and I'm on the corner eight times they come and they just blow the crap. All in the middle of the street eight. Never pick it up so everyone else's problem. No one gives a crap. I it's it's insane. It's infuriating living in Sacramento. I don't like my here's the thing about Sacramento bad as Los Angeles excise bad but as I went on a bike ride with my son this morning we drove through leaf blower Klatt. Listen listen listen to me. Everybody listened to me. Okay I would be fine whether it be Sacramento or Los Angeles or any other these parts it's to sit down and listen to their sanctimonious. Non Science Pontificate nations on the evils of vaping. I however will not listen to these fuck tards lecture me on vaping while I'm getting the twenty one leaf blower salute every fucking day day blowing shit into every street for everyone walking their dog or riding their bike going through this toxic cloud of round up and Ratchet Shit don't fucking lecture me about vaping and do nothing about leaf blowers. One fucking leaf blower puts out more pollution out out of the exhaust are not this stuff putting airborne the shit that's coming out of the exhaust than running a full size Ford truck for five years. Don't fucking Lecture Me Dick Ads ads. I know what you're doing. You're not going to say shit about the leap blows because those are the Brown people and you want their vote but just shut the fuck up about vaping. It's gotta be one or the rather you can't pick one. Don't ever heal the bay it's I. I you got to heal the bay. Stop the over the shipping washing the gutter everyday. What is in the cloud. I found out though what is in the cloud from the leaf blower is ten thousand times worse than vaping. How do I you say that because there's nothing in vaping that's what makes me exceedingly confident and this is a bunch of fucking shit on the ground so it's a bunch of pollens a bunch of vulcanized rubber rat feces budget crowned up cockroaches audio mycosis all the shit all the and the particles all the shit. You don't want in your long. It's getting there and then there's the exhaust and then there's what's coming out of the funding tailpipe. Yes question I've always wondered about. You said your mom and everyone was a hippie and everything a little. Did you have a phase where you kind of bought into all of his people. Oh Shit for a while but you never really talked about that. My couple things. Let's let's break it down. Look I don't expect my life or your boss in grandma break it down. Drew tries to lump my dad in with my mom. My Dad was not a hippie you. Sometimes you go hippie parents or something. Oh my dad is lethargic. My Dad has all that I have the image of him in the white pants with the big fro. My Dad has all my dad has all the bad qualities of a happy with none of the fall of you know what I mean. He's never been to a loving venoy chained himself to bulldozer confronted right federal troops at the border you know he's he has the he has the Hippie you pay you for everything and I'll stay home and hang out mentality but he's always my dad is actually too lazy to be a Hippie. I never really thought of it. He would be a hippie but that's a little bit of a calorie burner. Yeah my mom. There was sleepy category or something flippy my mom. He's he's in he has he has narcolepsy so narc a Hippie so my dad that is lazy and does nothing for anybody is kind of like a socialist hippie but too lazy to march on d day or May Day or any of that stuff so Kurla coexist bumper circle their coach ever Adam Corolla like where you like really bought into it for a while and then after all your life when I was probably nine and I was watching roots with my mom. There was a movement then too when sort of all particularly junior I junior high age kids. Serb adopted that role dressed in brown well. I was all had bees yeah I was I was you you know hey man. You should be able to smoke pot. You want us. We all adopted it we end I was I was always an atheist so I was always kind against the man a. and Religion and pushing religion on you and I'm by the way I'm pretty consistent to this day on you know. If you WANNA smoke pot you should be able to smoke pot hundred have a pipeline pipeline. I'm just like I'm not one of these Dick Heads. That's declared war on vaping and it has nothing to say about pot. You know what I mean like a vaping bad pot good for you. I look just fucking consistent. I don't think you'd want your kid vaping then. You probably wouldn't want your kid smoking pot on the other hand. They do it occasionally. That's that's fine too. They're adults or when they become adults. They'll be able to make their own decisions. My grandmother was less hippy and more sort of communist angry communist this kind of Ed Asner. You see it all the time they glorify a Western Europe. They completely glorify Western in Europe in northern countries and they with every thing they tell you that Nordic countries are doing right they will. I'll tell you what we're doing wrong so here. What they do is they go? What do you mean I love this country and then they cite you something like during World War Two. I worked at the Boeing by stupid things like you're forced to work sorting gromit because it's a war broke out somehow. That's you leading the troops up bunker hill like Nathan Lane or something Nathan Hale Different Guy Yeah who had one life to give to of this country. Patrick no no my John Paul the Paul Paul John Paul Jones couple Jones that one now is a hail hail. Okay Patrick Hal Nathan wait a minute shit regretted. They only had one life to give to this country. You'll we'll get it for him anyway. Patrick Patrick Patrick Liberty Nathan Hale my grandmother's that fucking Nathan Hale it took a long time yes during World War Two. She took a fucking job sorting gromit. 'cause that's what you have to do and she wanted to get paid so but anyway they do this thing where it's like. Hey don't tell me I'm not. I'm telling you because I love this country. Here's a super long laundry list of Shit were bad at need to fix and why were bad and let me tell you why love Finland so much and then they kind of embrace race communism although it's it's they embrace communism and then they go ahead and rail against all the things that communism basically support which is basically what the sort of feminist movement does here vis-a-vis the Middle East I mean they talk about <unk> out the prop it up but then they talk about misogyny but then they don't back it up. It's all it's all bunch of hypocritical shit. Everyone's just angry. Everyone's angry at their dad. Their country becomes her dad. They lash out but my dad is rudderless and lazy and has the makings of a good hippie minus the movement my mom is angry lazy hippie but convenient hippie didn't want to compete my my grandmother. Just sorta hates this country and was like a little bit of a communist but still but also cheap and willing to engage in all all the behavior that she rail against you know what I mean like my grandmother. Here's my grandma. She'd literally like you know I'd say I I I bought a mansion up on top of the hill and she'd go. Delia doesn't have a dining room table and then go who's Delia. She works for me okay. Why don't you buy our dining room table. She wants to raise. I'M NOT GONNA go. It's like okay but then shut up or pay or more. Stott or your mom with champagne like what's going to be generous all the time you bring her something. She stashes it. She hid it for herself right right. I'm saying I don't mind. I don't mind where you have opinions but shut up. If you don't WanNa pay if you can't tell me with the Bernie Sanders thing his people are being underpaid yeah. You can't tell me this person works for you for me. Don't tell me her hard luck story about not. Having money isn't Bernie Sanders exactly we your grandmother. All those people are exactly my grandmother. Everybody else pay not him well. Yeah I mean that's how that's that's how they work. I mean that's the human wiring anyway. Sorry Ban yes homeless. Yeah I love it. I love it when the politicians the greatest is when <hes> i.. I don't know why when Gavin newsom tells yes you what the face of homelessness is. It's not this. It's not that it's a young mother. WHO's that's the face of shut the fuck up. The kind of what the fuck is talking about. I have no idea why trying to understand why they do that. You're trying to talk us into here's here's here's a problem there in our backyard. We know what they are. Thank you you have a shot to solve a problem if you identify the problem and then attempt them to solve the problem if you're trying to tell us the problem is something other than what the problem is. Then you have zero wrecked shot. I am upset. That's why I'm angry. 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Let them know we sent you from the Ataman Dr Juche. That's blinds DOT COM Joe Forty New York City. Maybe I am a little bit. WHO's aim actually calling from hospital easy? Yeah the Seattle that I've been here for is Kinda far from other familiar stuff and go on hold listening going into like Oh. There's something familiar okay. That was nice made me feel like again thank you. You're welcome. Mary guys doing good new. Your phone's a little choppy. You're in the house. I let's get right to it. You know I'll see if I can get it up a little bit because I I can hear you guys okay so it's probably just <unk> at probably just my voice 'cause I've been I've been taking shower breasts the last couple days. They've been giving me those things that after you have surgery where droopy seeing these like where you suck tuck errands restaurant balls goes it's called it's called in its incentives barometer now. What are you gonNa Surgery? <hes> that minor liver saying so I'm going to be okay. It's just minor liver them. What exactly yeah up <hes> Adam you remember like a year and and a half ago it was the guy that called in about <hes> donating a piece in my liver to the kid at Children's Hospital Los Angeles Yeah you remember that Okay and then <hes> so I was was actually on the standby volunteer lists ever since then and then <hes> l._a.? Cutting me on their on their list of eligible volunteers for about a year but they never had a they never for how to transplant candidate who was compatible so I started calling around other places and saying you know L._A.'s already done all these free screenings on me getting you reuse some of the same as at least when he's things like the M._r._i.. which are a big deal to go and get procedures each different place than the alphabet here in New York? Apparently I call them just a device. You're call them a couple of minutes after they just found out that one of their one of their patients was gonNA need a transplant so I was here last week for the test and then he and back in a couple of days ago and <hes> and it actually happened Nice that is amazing this person you've ever personally never met before. The hospital keeps it anonymous before the transplant and then I know you're not doing it for not doing it for a loved one and this is the second time you've done it. No so <hes> the first time I was actually <hes> I was in L._A.. Almost out to be the donor van Adam. I don't know if you remember this. There was a deceased donor accident. The second who arrived at the hospital and they were too they were able to use his track on Joe. Good your hero. What can we do for you well? I was wondering I've just been observing some stuff in the hospital for a couple of days that I thought either either I mean there's some of it adds up where I don't understand why this is not like a critical safety hazard and I wonder if you might know something just sort of a an mitigating regaining thing like okay so the first night after I was ice even regular room they had some <hes> an I._V.. Drip Hook up today and for whatever reason one of the power sockets in the wall didn't didn't work. That's bad enough real problems but they had to plug in and then when the when the device has thirty minutes of battery left because it's not getting that it's not gonNA charge the wall. There was alarm that starts going and I noticed that it usually took a long time for people who respond to alarm. I mean it's it's it's loud and it's meant to be heard by the people roll out in the in the common area. I mean it's not like a patient meant to be heard question is why don't they come right in when they hear that alarm well well part of that and then 'cause I after this happened a few times eventually like well. I'm healthy enough. I can probably just let this run and see how long it would take them actually come in here so next time it leno off I just I just fell into my phone going off for about ten minutes. Nobody came in and finally I push the call button which is actually responded to call me so at that point somebody came in and take care of it which means that I mean I assume that if they can go off for ten minutes ago responding that at least once in a while and go off for thirty minutes overdue responding goes offer thirty minutes corresponding the machine dyes and I mentioned this to some people afterwards and I said I don't understand why this is not considered a critical threat to human safety that you have machines when the batteries running out people aren't running people are responding to alarms things battery's dying right. Am I missing something. We'll be there lots of alarms going off all the time. They have to prioritize which one they're attending to right so that's one aspect another aspect. Is They have checks. They're going to check on you fifteen thirty one hour whatever their different type timing on the checks and so those are set up in such a way that would catch this kind of thing and if it really were an issue believe me there's armies of attorneys waiting to hop all over that right and so it would it would be it'd be a major liability. The hospitals would have taken care of if it were a liability okay I think when they're on their regular around that <hes> it's once an hour during the day and then once every two hours at night how often we were getting checked on that. That's still seems like a pretty big window or the machine could stop functioning and again but the hate to say it but that that's sort of a least important little function there. I'm we also. I don't know if there's a just a drip override. That doesn't mean we need the machine. Sometimes I get your point is well taken that people should be on top of things like that but but if they were missing it there would be liability clearly not missing it. I don't know a lot about this. I do know that all these hospitals have all these backup battery generators and batteries. Oh you know what he's saying. I'm just saying my all I knows if you build a hospital after lottery done until you have to be ready for a power outage Kenley find that Partridge family getting one second now waiting for this truecar words getting that I do truecar all right through car you know oh about truecar you knew all about the true cash offer you know all about truecar certified dealers so put that all together go to truecar from your smartphone your computer and your license plate number for the car you want to get a cash offer or a trade on March cars details pop up and some questions to get that true cash offer from a local truecar certified dealer. You bring your car in check it out with that local. truecar certified dealer asked some questions than you leave with your check. Is that easy or you're looking for a trade-in pick a new or used vehicle. You're interested in the scatter ramp. What people are paying in your area? Lock you in a true price including fees and accessories. You know it's fair pirates because you see what people people are doing in your area and you know it's for an actual vehicle on that truecar certified dealers lot so why don't you get that true cash offer Is Cars well when you're ready to experience a better way to sell or trade in your car at over the TRUECAR smartphone computer get that true cash offer from truecar. You're certified dealer the thing that I found interesting about this partridge family clip because somebody's gotTa do the crap and Research I sure is last time I played the clip. There's talking about equal rights for women. You know that's been around for a while. It's I wanted to let <hes> you know that we're coming up on fifty years and it's the same conversation and like I said you can say well because not enough has changed. This one was it's interesting because this one was about our movement and our movement kind of starting off like we talk about a lot like you take you take. A._C._l._U. Starts off with noble. Intentions turns into a piece of Shit Meinie these even like the Sierra Club and stuff you know they start off as well. Let's protect the environment they spin off into some sort a super hard left political organization right and a lot of these the and and then the organization kind of eating their own the or we're seeing that a lot where the organization you start off with this were group of people in the next you know they're calling. Joe Biden a racist right Nancy Pelosi Associate Racist Starts Office. Hey I thought we're on the same side here. This is a women's rights organization whose invited departure parch frame to come perform but now they want the parties finally to play their approved song. Oh powerful default powerful fifty almost fifty years ago. Listen getting quite a crowd and I know you're greeted by a bunch of when we came in and Kinda mad at you. You were pretty rude to me last night. Really I didn't mean to be. There's only training you as an equal all these songs you're going to sing. You know what's wrong with these lyrics this so anti woman. I love you something. Men Say to appease women. I'm sorry but you can't sing these songs look. This is a women's Women's Liberation Songbook wait a minute when you like their songs well enough to put our names on that poster. I didn't know what you're going to sing last week. Now Look Tina. You're you're working for a cause and that's great but nobody nobody censors material. Censorship is not the path to equal rights rally. You'll think our songs Christina. You can't listen to anyone's viewpoint but your own years bad as those watch that to me not only. Can I say it but I should have said it sooner. You can take your song booking index it. We kind of have keep it play conversation about surely. Are you going. You can't just walk out. Why not you didn't WanNa do this concert. In the first place I you committed this without asking is and now you're walking out without asking us. Do you think that's fair look. She wanted to censor material. Now that's Ron so she'll sit is but pao hasn't censored us. This is some little game between new Antena. Sorry I got everybody into this Selami but the family must act together. The rest of us can't allow one small group to scares out of our right to free speech or free. Oh what a small group scare them out of our right to free speech censorship. The Croup starts off with noble intentions. That's the PAO. That's like power moment for. I don't know empower female some women's ends whatever and then they recruit you for their cause and now they start telling you what you can do what you can't do sound familiar but but we've evolved now to the point where things like free speech has been and will always be a means of oppression of certain groups and therefore there's the you're right for free speech has no has no privilege. I dislike the idea that this is fifty years ago and we're getting into this. They're already <unk> getting into this yet they they were but then you could talk about censorship and people they'd react to it now. It's like hey your free speech. That's oppression. You use to oppress certain people here. You have no right to free speech. I know it's it's. It's insane that it's done with the with the straight up. I don't think they understand. That's the no I listen. I've listened to guys <hes>. I've listened to guys like got a camping his name as he does that he does a C._N._N.. Show like the United Shades of America. Geico can't kind of bow and not Shamlan ding-dong or something. I can't remember his name. That was it. He says battle. You know he's like look. I'm all for free speech but would Ben Shapiro's doing on at Berkeley. That's that's where all it's like. You're an adult male. You're not here what you what you're saying. You're saying you're all four free speech but most not free will now spend Shapiro because what he does is wrong or dangerous or our cost too much money. He somehow going to cost lives or something I mean that's a crazy perspective and it's done with a straight face. It can only work if you're an echo chamber that that that that that's why I blame you me me yeah okay and everybody but me because at least with everybody people those kinds of thoughts only work if everyone around years agreeing with with that retarded thought nobody raking those proclamations and people are going. Do you know what that sounds like. Listen to yourself. Write that down and read it back or switch sides and keep it the what was it the other way what if what if what if I said look I'm for I'm for free speech on college campuses but <hes> <hes> Arianna Huffington dangerous so she can't so that's why would you sign off on that and you wouldn't and if you wouldn't why why why so adamant about the other direction so it only works in an echo chamber all bad ideas yeah that's true. That's why you need free speech to to to push back on. I just like the idea that they're talking about censorship and creative censorship and telling Etlinger you're playing a rally to its intolerance of tolerance all right. I'll be at the Golden State Theatre speaking freely that'll be August. August seventeenth and am rail be up with me there too with a step dad who evidently he loves because otherwise you wouldn't go to car show now with him <hes> Gojam Corolla Dot Com for everything not Taco bell material and right on Red Pinot Noir. 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#1029 They Make Decisions

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

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#1029 They Make Decisions

"Thanks for listening to the atom and Dr drew show on podcast one. Recorded live at Corolla one studios with Adam Corolla in board, certified physician and addiction medicine specialist. Dr drew Pinski. You're listening to the atom Dr drew show. Got to get get it on the. The year. I do we do. Dude it. Yeah. What did they put your backs for the show, promo code ADS, truecar dot com and lifelock promo code and all right? So we were talking on the last show about your climate and the special and kind of what's going on. I was thinking there is a comedic piece of my wife's reaction to to your your special which she loved she. I don't know if I can characterize this properly, but she was saying things like you don't see it. You're around him all the time. He was being so cute insensitive and thankful to you like, oh, no. You got exact opposite. I know very, well, I have to be part of the experience, but it was no special gratitude for me, she she she projected stuff onto you. Thank you. Let her have thankfully for letting way projecting zone, which I would crack me up. She's like, oh, no you understand. I have special. Anyway. Yeah. So what's going on? And the the world there's a sort of political wind that is blowing through everything and the political win used to just blow through politics, right? And then it sort of blew a little bit toward like schools and campuses and colleges, and then it kind of blew there's sort of a corporate nece to it started affecting that product, but never acted comedy right comedies, no room for that entertainment generator, tamen general, and then all of a sudden entertainment, not only started getting this political win, but started blowing hard with it. And then it became a a world where? Look. Nobody cares. What LeBron James is politics are? He is going to be welcome on any roster on any team in the league, especially nineteen year old. Lebron James, there's nobody there's no doesn't matter. What he thinks. Doesn't matter. What his positions are doesn't matters to the period of sport. Right. There certain professions that are that are that way. But most professions we could use him or we could use her him. And when you go well who's going to be the next Batman who's going to be in this movie who's going to be in that move. Well, we got a whole big choice of people somebody good. And now since there are a lot of good people will now were beyond LeBron James. We're going to factor in other things. And now not just being good. Well, because a lot of good chores a lot of good, right? So now, we're going to sort of factor. Good, and we're going to start thinking about other things. And when they start thinking about other things than you. Once they start figuring out other things, then you could be helped or you could be hurt. So if you're sitting around, and you go, I'm a huge supporter of Bob Johnson, and you go, okay. This guy over here. He donated to the Bob Johnson campaign you go good now. Everyone's good. But that guy donated the guy I voted for good. And then you go running against Hank Hank Jenner, and you go I hate that guy. Well that guy over there. He he's a big hang Jenner supporter, and you go. Oh, well, this decision is going to get easy a minute because everyone's good. I'm just going to focus on this guy. Now, that's kind of default human setting. And that's kinda we're at now. Here's the problem before you state, the problem, can I tell you something really interesting. There was in the New York Times this morning an article about Google where they've been making such efforts to improve payment for women. You know, the equal pay thing. So they did a huge study. In turns out, they are disproportionately disadvantage ING men for the same job a large margin. So it's interesting. So well seems of swung a bit there. It is. There. It is. I look you guys heard me say unintended consequences unintended consequences cannot get that fast. Gary really letting there. So now, we have a problem a problem, which is all right? Well, this guy's I'm a Steelers fan guys a ravens fan and that guy that other comedian there's a Steelers fan. So I'm just going to pick him because who cares and they're both good, right? That's normal in that exists. The problem other promises what we're getting into now. Like, I heard that guy talking about the ravens, right? What he say? Oh, here's what he said. Okay. Well, he's now on the list. He's in the basket of deplorables, who I'm not going to choose from and people pretend this doesn't exist or they naively act like it doesn't exist. Always existed in some version this version, but let me let me tell you this. Let's just pretend it doesn't exist. All right. Why does marked applause Senate tweet out that says Ben Shapiro's a good guy? I don't agree with a lot of stuff. He says politically. But if you want to you want someone on the other side, aisles a good, dude. That's Ben Shapiro. And then immediately have to retract that statement and beg for forgiveness. Why if it doesn't exist if plazas not worried about not working anymore than why does he walk that one back what it's all about public execution through eliminating employment. But I'm saying, let's just say this thing didn't exist. If this doesn't exist and marketplace goes well, so what disagree two disagree. I like Ben Shapiro said. It was a good guy. Help me out on a project was a dude I met with. Why does he walk it back? So immediately because he's scared. Why is he scared? It's got reason to be scared. That's where we're living this affects the plant for sure. Okay. I just I love the idea that people think that's paranoia. Oh, no. Oh, no. We'll look the extreme example of it. He lied fire him, and we're not gonna give up to you. Do right Brian Williams? Yep. That's it. Okay. So when it comes to comedy, everyone is now woke, and it's not enough that you make people laugh, it's we gotta figure out what the subjects are color. Your skin is how old you are. Where you come from. Who who you've had on your show? What you tell some of the some of the opinions you put out into the universe. And we're gonna factor that all in. I think that all has a small affect on. Whatever you headwind, you're hitting. But I think everyone's hitting headwinds because executives having real trouble making decisions days. I think it's especially acute for you. Because they're trying to make decisions on comedy the way, you're talking about it. What you're saying is absolutely true. But they also can't make decisions generally. Well, drew you're making insane assertion, which is like they're not putting anything on there. The putting tons of stuff on the they are I I would argue don't be insane. Okay. Known as what you just said making decisions in general. No, they make they're making decisions it if if you fit a category that can get them a little virtue, signaling then you will be green lit if you are putting one that's not. And when people argue they go. Hey, listen to your own words span. These guys are corporations they wanna make money. Yes. They do wanna make money, and yes that is their bottom line. And yes, this factors in not a difference conversation, right? Gary Sarsour thoughts, I listen. I I felt the special was great for the record. I rented it last night. So airy. Yeah. It was I thought it was really fun. I did not think that the you would highlighted for me in advance on a couple of the shows. I don't know if it was indeed. But there were maybe a few Mexican jokes coming. Maybe that was what made net flicks uncomfortable. It bums me out. If that was the case if that's what made them uncomfortable. It bums me out because nothing was mean-spirited their Mexican guys in the audience laughing their asses off at it. And I think that being able to laugh at your own yourself or your own community is an important thing that we are losing. Right. But also there was a couple of Mexican jokes. But dot that that were done at a couple of Mexican jokes like today's world. No, no. Yeah. I I the known if you hadn't said something about it in advance. But I can see why you maybe think that's probably the case. And I agree with you. I think you're probably right. But it's a bummer because it wasn't anything mean-spirited. It was funny. It's funny. And you're allowed to say things that are controversial let's job description. But be funny and don't be hurtful, and I think you've checked all those boxes. Well, I don't thank you. I don't say that. It was all you know, I'm being. Discriminated against because I made a Mexican joke. I just think that I'm generally perceived as this kind of guy, and there's no reason to even why bother even taking the chance when there's so many other funny specials out there, you just put that one on. So I've realized I've I've made my way into that category. And it was of my own doing. And so with just do it ourselves. That's that's the new. That's my new reality. A lot of people are doing it. They're just doing good things are finding them. And then they go back to television. But not in a stand up special department. You're right. Listen. I don't know about Santa obsessions. You're correct. No, most people get paid shit ton of money and sell them somewhere. Right. But we'll do it ourselves. And we'll do it with you guys I in in that vein drill. And I'll give you a very good example, what Gerry's talk about let you do your business. I well, of course, my businesses. 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Go to bitch about butcher box dot com. Enter code ADS checkout will not be unhappy. So saying on Gary subject. Think I told it on a CS? I don't know if I told you this. But it is it's a it's a it's a slippery slope. When you go like he made jokes about Mexicans like. Yeah. Jokes with them in the audience, and they were laughing as hard as anyone else's laughing. And this notion of you can make jokes. You know about your family about your spouse about your kids. So that's fine. But then this grip now it's the same rules apply. You make jokes about your kids. You don't hate your kids or the animus towards your kids at least not one of your family. Stuff that maybe right. Stick it easy on the mentioned, the point is so drew I was by the way all chick think, by the way, this is chick thing. Now, these are dudes thinking like chicks. But this is how chicks think and I can prove it. I'm ready sitting around the table at the quail lodge, the quail lodge K. Okay. And Bagdad cafe but the quail lodge. Huel would would not work at the quail lodge because there's actually interesting thing going on would he wouldn't know what to do. So at the quail lodge, Pebble Beach Rolexes storks best event. I mean, you show you show, Dr drew a picture of that Quayle lot. I don't mean of the actual quail lodge, but the event Aqel the bird walking across the lodge of the actual event. Eight is never seen greener grass or redder for Ariz. It's all there's all. And it is it is have Acadia of Ferraris and Lamborghinis and goal wing Mercedes and along with the greatest wine and cheese, caviar. And every everything they cap at three thousand tickets and sell out, ten minutes, and the tickets are eight hundred bucks a piece above a, blah, blah, blah. So i'm. Sitting around this table and restricting got Godley drinking. All right, convertible. No more pictures for drilling gets the string. I am distract. I'm sitting around a table, and I'm drinking champagne with this guy. You know with the suede loafers, and the the big big gold Rolex and everything and he's talking about the time. He had a bit Sereni fifty three hundred Strada. He bought the bits of rainy for, you know, seventy five grand and sold it for buck eighty and now they're worth one point two million in the other guys talking about the other bits Arini and the guys talking about the Lamborghini, and they're pouring more champagne and everyone's dressed to the nines, and I should. This is exactly what black people think why day. And this is the minds of something for the family guy with the big chin and Schick that chicken. Okay. Okay. Okay. And I was like, no, no, I'm not I'm not saying anything bad about. Okay. We heard you. We heard you. We heard, you know, more. And I'm like, no, no, I'm sort of making a joke at our expense. Like, not saying black people. Oh, you heard you. We are you too much ever moved on moving on moving on. And I thought it's the opposite of comedy and also shut up bitch. And Thirdly the now now when things like she does right. That's dumb chick way of thinking that guys have adopted, and it's like ideas, you heard black person somehow, and yeah, yeah. Which is a form of racism. I would. Oh, yes. I would argue. I agree. If your that wound up about, yes, if you can't if you don't know where you stand vis-a-vis race. I argue that's racist. Yeah. Jump saying. You should thought about it. You should be clear about it. It should know your liabilities. We'll talk about. Well, I didn't even know she knew where she stood. She just heard black people then van she does raked out. Right. Yes. Awful. But as being of dudes if you wanna get that. But I found these in your bathroom, dude wives. And I just had a weird reaction these yours the dude wipes. No one does pod. Like, drew. The singers found this. I like the way this looks like it. No. We had a nude. I found dude. Wipes and your bathroom. Oh, did we mention dude one? Yeah. No. I just hell I anyway. Yes there things, and they are just exactly like the name suggests you know, flushable, dude. What just occurred to me that women have always had things like this. Yes. With fragrance stuff. I understand they're more into that kind of thing. But I would argue the need is on the dude side. Yeah. And it's weird that we just got to this. Yeah. We have the funk we got the. What shall we say the bulk material and the folds and the hair we as you've schooled me that whole region is like try to pull peanut butter out of shag carpet, if you're trying to clean it. I'm a maze that it took to the twenty first century to get to the dude. Wipe funny story ever is when some people are onto these kind of things early in life. One time Jimmy wiped his ass with the Clorox. Oh, yeah. The stuff used to wipe the sink down. We who left that box in nearby. The toilet. Animal x y. I'm glad it was a funny story Dame in twenty one Indianapolis. Hello. Hello. So I have a question for Dr drew mainly, but I take a lot of caffeine pretty regularly about I don't know four hundred five hundred milligrams a day wondering. So weird. I I listen to talk radio all day and here the host like oh, excuse me. Excuse me, excuse me. And the people just like that actually they push their I'm gonna I'm gonna weather. The storm of the host trying to cut me off I gotten into just putting people on hold. That's my thing. Now. You saying taking caffeine you take. Well. Yeah. Like all my pre-workout has caffeine with what the the powder? It's a like, a whatever your tax. It comes in pill form. And I mean, I've been doing this regularly for like a year. I wonder if there's just sort of a limit on how much caffeine, I should take. We'll carry seems to be a harmless product, right? It does you can panic and you can have a little bit drawl syndrome right headaches that kind of thing obviously, insomnia generalized anxiety, but they're not appear to be a really medically relevant problem. Something called caffeine ISM people that really take too much, and they get an education from it. But that's not you and people are genetically different in response to caffeine. Some people are very resistant to the stimulant. Fact it works by it's it back. It's the Denison system, which kind of backs off the identity, and so the the taking your foot off the brakes in a way. So it just sort of an interesting biology. It's not a direct stimulant like something like amphetamine. Oh, that's interesting. So I I think most people think it's a stimulant. Yeah. It has. Defects? But it does it by taking the foot off the brake not by pushing. Right. So you have some sort of governor. And this just takes it off. This twists out the governor lightens up the governor, but doesn't give you bigger engine. Correct. Say put everything and carting go-cart linga gotta get to wheel somehow. Yeah. But I, but it doesn't hurt you and some people are very unaffected by, but it's good for Muslim using a pre workout makes perfect sense. As improved muscle some minor affect on. I think a million years ago listening to radio once again, I heard Dr Dena Dell the Dell dean Adele, yeah. Doctor dean, Adele used to doing talk don't think so nicest guy ever, but I we have issue with one thing about dean Sooners. Mark guy. Always no not that. He. Health for you. Yeah. Yeah. For. Is an ophthalmologist and mate was talk always talking about general medical issues. He'd never had any relationship with. I could tell by the way talked about why remember him saying Cup of coffee before workout as a good good idea. It is a good thing. So a rowing machine yesterday. Yeah. Like it keeps you knew your house. I seen. Oh, you got to see it. I do I do realize that. It's why drew I want you to speak on this speak on this speak on this subject. Go I'm gonna tease it. But here's what I wanna know that the house it basically came with an elliptical machine. Yeah. That a workout room. I think it's like, I don't know. Like, they're moving to Vancouver something that costs more money ship it there, then it would you know? So the liberals like you stand on the pedal bike thing. Even Frankie thing you move the arms and stuff like that. I'll teases I was riding on it and ten minutes felt like ten days to me. It was like it. Didn't it wasn't that painful though, you could feel it in the quads? But it was like aboard off my I'm so bored with this motion. I hate this motion and again like staring at the clock going. God that's forty seconds in Amari, like ready to go eat something. And but I've insert a forcing myself that do it for twenty minutes or whatever. I got this rowing machine yesterday jumped on it. I was like, oh, I love this. I love this motion and the ten minutes on the rowing machine. Felt nothing. Like the ten minutes. It was like it was like one was p the other was algebra class. It's the same twenty minutes, but one just feels like intolerable and the others where time go, you know, what I mean? Because of the just the motion, you know, what I mean in gauging, whatever muscles what I'm going to tease to you is how real is that like how I'm sitting there rowing on their own machine going. I am using my thighs. Here's my back, and whatever and I have a stronger back than I do. But I'm saying there's something about the physiology of this movement, not that difficulty or the strength or anything that it's just I I were anyone else would get on the elliptical machine and probably find that better than the rowing machine. I want to how that changes from person to person and how you should find. Maybe you're rowing machine of life because it ain't the elliptical for me. But it is the rowing machine. We'll talk about that. I I'll tell you about lifelock produce your risk of becoming a victim of tax scams. Don't log into Bank accounts or unsecured WI fi networks don't prepare and file your tax returns on public computers. If you're using a computer library. I'm not sure how much taxes you plan, but it shift into that. Anyway, remember, I s employers won't Email, you don't click links in emails claiming to be from the IRS, so many ways cybercriminals can take what's yours. Don't let it happen. Lifelock identity theft protection as part of Norton security to help protect against threats to your devices. You can't easily see or fix on your own. There's a problem. There agents will work to fix it writer. It's right now a prevent them theft or cybercrime Andre transactions at all businesses. But lifelock were security can see threats you might miss on your own go to lifelock dot com or call one eight hundred lifelock use promo code Adam for ten percent off your first year that is promo code. Adam lifelock dot com for ten percent off. All right physiology. Chock drew go. Well, you Gary member I did that muscle, fitness jeans. Guys, I talked to them and we're beginning to zero in on specific. Genetics around diet and exercise. And for instance, they said to me to me goes out six days a week. You should be lifting heavy weight small wraps, and I was like, yeah. I know that that's what I like to do. That's what I can't get enough of. And guess what one of their like hundred is because it's the most out of it. Right. So so there are things for some people. It is that sort of slow twitch, endurance kinda musculature which I would argue the the elliptical sort of that. But it's such an unnatural motion that if you're you're not getting any real push out at any many real strengthening sort of movement while with rowing you're getting lots of real you can do an endurance type moosh movement with it, but you can be pushing a little weight, they're both legs and your arms, and that is very different effect on the endorphins system right for some people and a very different sense on the the blood supply to the muscles completely different and feels different and one is. Gratifying, and the other is sort of the it just sort of nothing the S, and so the gratification. That's why I always urge people to find their you have to find the right exercise for you I- Vinnie. I think would agree with us on this because I have three twelve by the way, Dr Dan rear, and Dr John Hutton, those after drew podcast. Yes. And. Vinnie vinnie? I've had conversations about this about, you know, finding the right thing in too many trainers, just get the sort of they get ideologies in their heads. And that's the way you do it. And that's that. And it's just like, it's good. But it's not good for me. And you have to really figure out given individual's physiology to a give them the most Br award for the for the experience. So they keep doing it and be the most benefit from the experience. So well, first and foremost, if they don't wanna do it. Whatever that do it is in life. Yes. Yes. Oh, your lawn or row on rowing machine or ride your liberal anything? You really don't wanna do. You're just going to do less of the up. Now, the best people in the world do twenty percent last ev- it most people do ninety six percent last night or nothing. So this is back to what we were talking about yesterday, which was motivation when people have motivation magically get it done now. Super disciplined people as you said, which is like three percent of the population. We'll do it even when they are super motivated in that direction from a standpoint of reward, they find other kinds of motivation and they discipline themselves into it the ad so funny for me, I'm so balanced oriented that I like literally reward myself like ride the elliptical for ten minutes. And then I can stand on the Bongo ball thing with this cylinder and the double ended thing. And I pay myself back by standing on that thing and balancing for ten minutes. And then I'll go back to all right now, it's not a pay the failure. But the balance thing which some people have no interest in or find it tedious or boring or dangerous for me. It's like oh gimme that give me that ball rewarding. Is that thing called, Gary what is at board or something else board? It's it's not there's a brand name. And it's not the bow sue balls that blue thing with the body. I'm on it. But he's looking it up. Let me just talk about true car bango or Laura takes Gary sixty seconds to look this up. You could also just as quickly go and get an offer cash offer for your car. Just go to truecar from your smartphone or computer, your license plate. Number watcher cars details. Pop up question. Get an actor true cash. Offer me local truecar certified dealer bring your car in the check it out with you ask questions and no surprises. You just leave with your check or trade in your car. That's right. You can use truecar to lock in a real price, including fees accessory for a new or used. It could be a new ri-, but it could be a new or used car than truecar's available for both lock in a real price a true price for an actual vehicle on that truecar certified dealers lot and you'll leave with the new car when you're ready to experience a better way to sell or trade in your car. Check out truecar today there it is bog aboard. Yeah. This was called something else. But the same jail. It's one of those things that looks hard. But it's exceedingly to ride on Hugh Hefner used to do that at the opening of his show. Yeah. Way. Boy after dark. It's a good. I never knew why I guess it seems cool, and I put my son on it. And. I stood behind him. And I kind of said, I got you. Now, put your arms out. Pick a spot on the wall stare at the spot on the wall and kind of go right left. But every time he got a little bit lose his hands with come flying down to grab my hand. And I was saying I got you keep your hands out and save it. You can't save it. If your hands go flying down, you can save if your hands stay out, keep your hands out. I got your hips Amani away from me hip, but soon as you start losing I'll clamp down on. Couldn't reflexively not bring his hands down. Now when I was his age, I would have been like get out away. But if you're there, I know you're there like I trust that so weird too weird wiring right now, how does that work, by the way, what well Lynette is a little tentative in the life department. I have no qualms about anything in that. So he obviously. Got that somewhere. We got it from her. That's who he is or vote. Yeah. And why don't you have that? You're talking about two things. One is fear, which you kind of don't have your your Paris pathetic system is on over. It's not. But it's not because I'm brave. No, dan. It's it's biology. Don't have fear. You just doesn't. Yeah. It's it's quite a bit to turn fear on for you. And. You're kind of have thrill seeking thing kind of. And so that's rewarding. So you have you going, you know, carrot, and stick, you know, both ways view, he's got probably both. He's not thrill seeking we know that right? And he'd has fear easily so go well one time he slept over a friend's house with Al my God. He did hallway was he brave without owl or PD panda. Wow. You back about the whole fear. I did you're right. It must just be thrill seeker he'd literally travelled without a stuffy. Well, so there you go. So they got not Taco Bell material stand up special get at a chassis C H A S S, Y dot com. And thank you in advance for doing it ourselves. You can get it. I tunes as well. Amc role that conver- anything in need dates? A lot of dates up there doing some live stand up around the world around the country. Heather do broS were. World, by the way on podcast one. She's we'd aren't check that one out. What do you got through everything is Dr dot com. The new doctor dark you'll like it up. So till next. I'm over doctors, say Mahala. This is Corolla digital. Pelosi and impeachment. I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute house speaker Nancy Pelosi tells the Washington Post President Trump is just not worth it. When it comes to impeachment, even some Democrats clamor to start the proceedings Pelosi tells the posts in lesser, something so compelling and overwhelming and by partisan. I don't think we should go down that path because it divides the country the budget proposal from the White House for the fiscal year starting October. I is a record requests for point seven trillion dollars. The wish list includes more than eight billion dollars for a wall along the border with Mexico as budget committee, chairman Kentucky Democrat, John Yarmuth says Trump's demands for border wall funding could again cost trouble, especially if the budget deadline isn't met going into an election year, president even President Trump wants to shut the government down. And clearly it would be on his head because I don't think it'll be on on. We'll be. What congress does I'm Tim Maguire?

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Mohr Stories 460:  Frank Grillo

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Mohr Stories 460: Frank Grillo

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Four hundred miles is like eighty million dollars off that number I made up for the record. Truecar will help you enjoy a confident car buying experience. Some features not available in all states. Frank rollo's here his show on Netflix fight world is the, it's the show I've been waiting for. Tire life, right? And the listeners of more stories they've been waiting for it to. And you said the Genesis of it was poor, Dan hundred percent Dane. I would watch him at nauseam. It would drive people in my family crazy because I will just watch it over and over again. And I was I was in China during a movie and ABS boxing gym, wolf warrior, like, let's let's not act like that wasn't a billion dollar movie. You can't. You can't be on the great wall of China and. Yeah, that's amazing. It's from every Jim, whether it was an enemy, Jim, boxing, gym, Moi, Jim, wherever I went in the world, I would become fast friends through the brotherhood of grappling of fighting and they would kind of show me the culture and I had this Anthony, bourdain kind of idea in and pitch net flicks my partner, Joe Conan, and next thing was on an airplane. You know, where was the first place? I wish she went to Thailand. You know what? If you wanna drown on torture yourself with shallow water. You know what I mean with we'll cow who is one of the greatest multi fighters ever and I never did a docu. I never. I'm a dope. I never did a documentary, and you know it was all kind of like wearing as you go. Which you'll see like in the first episode is a lot of narrative because we didn't really know we were doing, but. It had the brotherhood of fighting is a real thing that transcends race, religion, and economic background, and all that stuff that the United Nations can't figure out when you go in and you fight or you grapple, you're on a mat or any cage ring afterwards, you hug that guy, hug that girl and and something happens through battle. And that's the through line of the show beautifully board Dane. Like what you just a beautiful. I mean, it's yes member in Sam Sheridan's book of fighters heart yet. He said in boxing, when a guy dies in the ring. It's the three fights prior, right and MMA the reason they stand up immediately and hug. It is love because the unspoken truth with MMA fighters, if the referee wasn't here, you would have died, died. You would have died because I would have choked. You broken your arm with no arm. You wouldn't be able to defend yourself on that side. I mean, we saw this week we saw we saw Conor McGregor in in a basically, it was a cross face and head. I mean crank which no professional fighter should have got themselves into, but that was never see your trust in a fistfight. I mean, that was that was that was the cross. It was a crush face and then he can. It was it was a neck crank and he wanted to kill him. He wanted to get when you thirty one unanswered punches. When he's laying on his back up, it's like, I know what the fuck it. They'll get a manager. I know. I know Roy Jones or Floyd. Yeah, whether it would've looked at the roughly series what the what I'm gonna kill this guy kill him. He's going to eat a lot of putting. A few years because. That was the, I don't think. I think Dana white really does any wrong. He's been really good to me friend. Yep. And as far as a as a Commissioner, like he'll go on Twitter go, that was a terrible decision. I'm gonna make it up to you guys. Right? But I don't know if I may or the, you have c. did Connor any favors letting them eat those a, he just there are so many strikes and then they let him to tap how about tapped once I tested. He did one half in the show and he's like, I do me do me because my jaw is going to be over one tap like not yet, and I thought I want wanna go. He didn't pay more like, wow, it's interesting. It's interesting because I've learned a lot travel around the world with all these different fight cultures, and, and that is the kind of the ugly side of what can happen. If as McGregor, did you poke the bear a little too much and you talk about his religion and his father, and you throw garbage pails at his boss and stuff like that. Lyon, the damore after kill. Yeah, guys say once. Yeah, not roaring after the meat and the belly. Remember, Anthony bourdain, since we're talking about him, he's been on the show and he's I'd say peace, but he's he's alive. Always. That's turn a lot. I agree. Man. His writing is what like would make me cry, actually, where I'm at home going my period what the hell's happening. I know it man, the Laos episodes sitting eating, worked with a guy with no legs because he's one of our land mines during the Vietnam war, and we still there. Why am I in this guy's home? Why would he welcome any folks show at a place, right? So, but I've noticed in fight world, you pull some of your where you do this. You pull something off where we're bored, anyone sit down and write that like it was in the scribe. Ably beautiful writing. Yours actually unfolds the way. I always wish it couldn't realize, but human beings are involved in the actual space you allow for the person or the camera people, or the editors allow just it to breathe like the crop gob episode. The episode. I have no questions when it's over without like a sit down like, okay, what about my seafood tower? What about my right? That was a reference support. I, I remember that. Yeah. Legally, the story is the fight at it's I really never seen before. There's always like a wrap up. Like what I learned is this and by design. Well, you know what I didn't wanna do. I didn't want to force myself. Onto what I was doing or into what I was doing. So I I wanted, I wanted to be secondary to what the story was that was unfolding in front of the audience, what these people were, what they went through. You know what their culture is. So it's easy to do there, but I think that's really hard to do. And that's the trick for guys like us. We've been office our whole life. Look at me. Look at me. Don't look at me now, but look at me now. Look at me. Look at me. Look at me, don't fucking look if you now you can look at me, right? But then when you're an editing alone, it's it's human nature to go. Here's Frank, right. Look how much you got hit right, but you're going to do that and I don't do that. And you know, there were no at at one point you need to be more like I kind of disagree. I don't need to be more. I think I need to kind of help guide the journey a bit, but I, it's not about me. It's not about my point of view. I want. I'm kinda learning as I'm going as well, and I want the audience to kind of do the same thing and discover this. These. People and remember there was an episode. I don't know if you saw this one, but I was in. I was in me and more art of the nine limbs means basically tie with headbutting bananas. I've never even heard what does it. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's you go. Let way let way is the name of the sport e. l. i. e. t. h. w. e. it's a weird spelling, terrible speller. Let let way the art of the nine lamps me more times the art of the ailments. As you call an octopus with a huge. Okay. All have used. But but there was fuck at fourteen year old kid whose face was literally black and blue and he had fought two weeks earlier and he they don't have ice there. It's very warm and I just remember thinking, I'm going to give this kid ice and I didn't want the camera to beyond me because I didn't know what was going to have. And the kids said into the translator, please tell him, I don't want ice and I don't want anybody to see me have ice and I was like, okay, I gotta get that on camera, but I can't be the one doesn't I got. It's got a kind of happen naturally because so it's not about me coming to save this boy. You know twenty two minutes that I'm going to be Florence Nightingale. You know what I mean? I come from the western world and every night. I don't know if I'm gonna ticketing. Then you are listening. I'm still hung up on. They don't have ice there. They don't have. And by the way, train fifteen hours a day. They eat a bowl of rice. That's what they do. We live in a gated community where we're talking about our forth tesla that we need. You know, it's not you. Me me. Smoke. They don't have ice there. The art of a nine limps. I saw that kid in the trail put out. He's he's first shot, I think, is him. Yeah. And I have a kid, his age. I had a son, his age, and immediately I'm a father. I thing I see a kid with a swollen face, Mike, I'm I'm a dad. I gotta gotta. Go help that kid. So you know, I Costa Palley high last year for about. I wish I was there longer. It was about six weeks Beck into this season because I just commute to the valley was killing me, and I didn't even realize it was weird to say, I love you to a kid that's not yours. I say it right freely because do, and I'll never ever. Be able to explain the depth of the love. When you see a kid empty the fuck and tank and find the well, then meet the Lil. Right, and start drinking from that, right. Doesn't know. He has it, and I will never legitimise it by describing it to somebody like, whoa, I was on a bus wants, and they coach Moore said he loves me and this kid Aaron transferred to Binghamton. He's Binghamton Birmingham, and he will place. It's he goes, he means like he just cut the kidnap. He goes where he means right. I was like, I do. So like when you said you have your father, I and you see these kids fighting, especially Moi time. They going like ten, eleven twelve years old younger? Yeah, it's the most brutal Moi tie itself. It's like they don't move back with all of this guy really has a lot of that in crowd part of that, I gotta think like how often do you fight there? It's just break something up. It's listened. It's it's, it's mind boggling. For me to kind of even slightly understand it because I do it. It's even more mind boggling. When I see people who do this for a living, I still don't. I still have not grasped the concept of how people put themselves in this position. I don't know what makes a fighter a fighter. I'm trying to say, I don't. You have to know your by the way for the listener, Frank rollo's of fighter to stray. Like real recognize real had a bat in the first one. I've put the bad at your feet and go do your laundry. They'll talk me too hard, but I don't know if I could do it. You know, like I have foot still, you do for a living. Now, do move like the fight. It's obvious. It's great fight on the ground like standing up. I love. I love you for that. What was your first fighting thing that you studied picked up like a wrestling house arrest of in New York? Six. Six years? Oh, yeah. We started wrestling you how. Do you get in your head? It's ecstasy who put who put you into wrestling somebody? How about that? I played peewee football. Do they still have people? Yeah, because I'd never let my kids play football now, but I played feet fee and my buddy was a waste of anaerobic energy hideous wasted what he's standing around waiting for the other guy, but the tackle the whole thing I can't take it gets the football scholarships for the wrestling football coach knows it and keep them out of it. It's he played. You wrestled at six. Yeah, wrestled their recipe, longtime voted. You wrestle other six-year-old. We're like, where my younger brother, where's this? Magical. Eight eight. Let's ten year old. I can't have friends who wrestled from when they might joke daddy, Stevenson, Joe data. He they kid restless when he was like four years old. I just don't get it. Yeah. There's a room on Saturdays. Aldo has Giuliano and it's actually Adam hunters garage and they just put wall-to-wall Matt's, right. That's right. That's right. Yeah, that's there's twelve year olds and six and this open invite LA. Really two of them are two kids came from Albanian. They're brothers and they just grew up fighting their fucking killers like you're gonna be by athletes. Doug fighters are bane did get a little bit loose. Oh, yeah, totally. And you like this style terrible. You're gonna kill them. Stay. Six years old, you're wrestling wrestling and then and then got into boxing, and and you know a little bit of. Obviously, we all do karate when we're kids because there's a karate school was a karate school and everything. Then I started jujitsu and ninety one that's life with Hickson Gracie speaking about in his garage in his garage in the Palisades before he even had a student Razi lives in the penalty dead. Yeah, for longtime. Fuck that. I missed it a score. Yeah, yeah. And we would. We would trade in his garage just me. I would train one on one with ex ingrates the gracie's lived like the bows a square mile. Oh yeah, they lived there. He lived there with his wife. God on. I'm gonna murder somebody that there. Yeah, show me the heavyweights. Ron, racer? Yeah, he lived in. That's where he, I'm stunned. I think he might still live in Malibu resort. The Palisades, the multi kids fascinate me in the trailer. I saw a kick. I saw it in the episode and then it's only the kick in the episode. It's two kids would probably about twelve thirteen. The real light generally right tones and they're both wearing red shorts. It look like they're also in a cornfield like she gets whacked, right? That's where they weren't fill seriously. And the kids Roseau right kick and the kid receiving things that the leg kick and goes down to black lives up his right leg and put his elbows down and the kit. It's actually a front leg kick. But then the last second mid flight he does like a clockwise, kick lack, and it just catches kid on the right year. What is he'll right? I watched that kick forty. I watched it when you figure it in a restaurant going on a little. I like that kid was, yeah, it was no more than fourteen years old. I wanna know what they do all day that that's all they do. They have nothing. That's the thing there's that was elbows. There's Jan is x. but it's all their outlines their outlined by the time of sixteen years old, outliers there. You know, it's amazing what they know and the condition there it's, I believe, will is it the best conditioned fighting style? Let me say that. Not like a girl. Are you guys all driving. Would you say what would was the best condition a multi fighters condition fighter? I'd say, yeah, if not the best at this, there's no one. I think better conditioned its exhaust. When I got in there and started to move around, it's at the level that they were doing. It's exhausting. It's exhausting, fats, three rounds. I was I today, I boxed today like a big deal out of twenty rounds of moving around. Right. And I woke up and came here. I can pace myself, but there. That's that's the sense because in the trailer guy says, we'd want to kill each other. We want to beat ourselves, right? And I went, that's the sense, right? There's so much in there. So you're able to pace yourself in boxing, I can pace myself and rest to, and then I choose when I decide explore the ocean into a trash can explode. That's right. And I got, no, I got sixteen seconds that's gonna make him think I can't right. But more it's gives a shit outta me times. I fought. Time to have received two because. Oh me too. I love waiting in the phone booth. Right. Like a southern Shaolin. Kung. FU. Right. Was more of a phone booth and northern was more like a big show and you're floating around the the ring on the matter the street's a lot of roles and shit, and I love a phone booth fight right into, and that's why I went amount of, I'm not a predator. I'm not to get the fuck my my eyes went to the side of my head immediately. Right. I was pray, right? Like elbows, knees, everything just could come at any angle and income through the comfort. You know, that's a lot of stuff that the seals a lot of these special forces guys. That's what it is. It's it's fast. It's like the crop which is also kind of steeped in that style. It's fast. It's filing. It's not about points and it'd be over over faxed, might my seafood what it took them foods. Like if you're if it's three seconds in and there's motion you, you've no business doing this, it's exactly like it's just throat is out night. Yup. And nobody even ever know what happened. I was just with my buddy. Rudy Ray as Rudy was the inspiration for the HBO series generation kill. He's a hero warrior spending the author, Rudy razz generation, kill. None of it wasn't the author. He was the guy who made about, yeah. Yeah, this guy moves around. He does the he the exact same conference comfort and he says, confu confu. He even says it like that. I don't know how to defend. It's so fat. I don't know how to defend against that. I don't. You know, I have to get out of the way because it's so in your face and violent and and it's it's, it's scary. It's a scary martial art, and that's more ties also that way for me what scares me a lot more years to shit. Maybe it's because from a culture with it on a vice, they don't have is like that's and because they've come food if I get close, I'll just grab a dude's hands can just say low with my head. Yes, topic ahead. Yeah, they're like more. It's like he's. His knees going to go over. It's it's back. Don't you step back? I'm uncomfortable talking about, actually I was in. I was in. I'll cat. My son was with me, fuck it. We went and trained every day for like three hours and PU cat. And every time I took a step back, these guys on me now, like screaming at me like Jesus, I'm on vacation, just take it easy because from boxing, you box for recreation. No, the concert outage on the problem of guy. Dr of instructors seemingly very small word for their guy. Yeah, master wizard wizard. Yeah. Overlord overload. That's a good one. The undertow that was guy. Yeah. The Israeli guy, I think maybe the first, if not, it was one of the very first things he said he goes, you don't take us up back. Don't take back and he I have taken some common gone. I'm always really loved it for like it's mindset. 'cause so. Let me think of a question specific McGaw. Were you surprised about because in Malta you don't think step back because if you give a kickboxer any space or any take your head off. Right? I felt like the Krav Maga because it's Rayleigh based. It was more a mindset and cultural that as a nation, we cannot take the ocean is here. We can't go back now. We'll be in the know and you know he said he said a tonne who become friends with he said, seventy five years ago will never happen. People will never put their is down again and and we will never look down. We will not move back. We will not look down. This will never happen. We were here to fight. We'll fight till we die for this dirt. You know what I mean? It's that mentality and it's and Krav as as quick. It's also behavioral. They understand the habeas so they're looking at you all the time. Yeah. Those really interesting to me that he broke down. I, I'm big on spatial relations. Period yet. Like if I'm here, hey, we're good buddy, but his hands were up. It was about six feet between you knew goes. But if I'm here and like there was a different mindset, it wasn't like if I'm here, I strike like this. It was almost like he changed who he was at a cellular level depending on how many feet away from you. He was like, you had a gun. He was six feet away and he goes, whoa, hey, I can do, hey, man, you're gonna shoot me. You're gonna shoot me your the Kenyan on gazelle. Right? What if I'm closer, if I'm within striking, can I know I gotta go to Mike white kids. You're not gonna get any more water. You're not from the what it is. What it is, what it is. It was beautiful because then you listened to him speak. This is why I loved doing the show. Then you listen to these people speaking specifically him about Israel about being, you know, just changes everything you are as far as I'm sometimes I'm like Jesus feel like shit head like, you know, I mean, I really do. We are spoiled. Here we are spoiled. People were too great country too. I'm not knocking America. Obviously, I love America, but this is your your audience. They know what you mean. Yeah, there's a lot to be learned. You know, Sam Sheridan at all. I know Sam very well. I did a movie called warrior years ago with Tom. So Sam is very, I'm very good friends with Sam. He's the best and his wife his stuff on dogfighting. Amazing. I use anytime I teach any fighter when I say teach like, no, it's it's, you know, it's just for me. It's entirely mental. Yeah. And I try to say to guys like people at least fifty percent mental mother fuckers, all meant it's all men. You know, you didn't learn to walk without having to cognitive thought of. I wanna to be like them. It's all mental. Can't move your arm up over your head without your brain going to do that now. Right? And if you get to the point where it's so mental, that there's no thought and no mind whatsoever and SAM's thing about dogfighting fascinated me in Brazil because like they don't mistreat that dog that dog feeds it entire town. It's right. They, they massage that thought it jacket off literally. That's right. And then they cuts weight and just the concept of being game like a dogfight we think because of Michael Vick like all they kill the dogs, throw them in the sewer. They chop them up like. No, that dogs that's like fifty thousand dollars judges and the mom like the whole. It's like a Gracie, like you're not going to beat a first of all. You can't third dinner guys treated Gracie. Nope, that's a fair brick, right? So it's secretary, it's father, like, fuck it, get rid of them like, whoa. Yeah, that's how it was an Africa, Senegal Africa, it's it's poor. There's a lot of with the dogs. It was like, no, no. With with with the fighters they lived in, they lived in places that were impoverished, but where they lived because I was with. Two of the biggest Lambeau fighters in Senegal Senegalese wrestling their first of all, they're six, eight and their gigantic human beings. But they live in these villages that are this chickens and goats shitting everywhere. This piss everywhere they live in these nights apartments and everybody just waits for them to come outside and they're, they rubbed their backs and they're like, you know, they are the kings of. So it's kind of similar in the sense that you think, oh. It's an impoverished place and they're going to live the same way, but they're, they're thoroughbreds they are. They are the. The fighting dogs Gino they, they create income, they create pride. They create some morality through through the fighting that everybody else follows. And so the value of the fighter in this culture is is it's really kind of amazing that if there wasn't this guy, these fighters, it would be a shit hole by the ocean with no real purpose. No real income. No. You know, you see that one of the one of the one, they create pride, create pride and don't forget you. If you see you say something also go back to what I was gonna say, I don't want him. I was going to say, I'm talking an Africa to chew. I forget what he was politician. He was an intellect, he was part of the intelligentsia, and he sat there and he told me it's it's the wrestlers. It's these Senegalese wrestlers that make these communities thrive that make these people not unlike the way we we rich Americans cheer for our sports team that does the correlation. Those making my head like, yeah, the fucking divers. Yeah, like I'm from LA and then venue go home to your house and Malibu. You don't go to your hut with the goat's shit. Live actually learn Hutton mountains. Hutton mountains, shit. Hey, even hunting. I'm living said they create bride. That is, I don't even know I'm collecting quotes today for for you because I'm saying things that are like, wow. But when you say like this Senegalese fighters to come down there, massage there really like idolized a are put to what? How does that trickle down pride work like they don't if I'm a Senegalese fighter, why am I going to share any my income with these poor people? I'll tell you why? Because they're Muslim and they do share it. You said he'd do share. Okay. And they're sufi Muslims, which are mystical Muslims. It's a different type of of of this and they're very, as my newest when I joined Wutang I'm going to be mystical moment. Let's go. See. Oh, Clifford ends? Yes. Love fucking Clifford. And so it's their responsibility as religious people to take care of each other. You know, the very thing that we in America have been taught about Muslims, which is we were were forced fed that all Muslims are one thing or whether a big fat faction of Muslims. These are the most beautiful tolerant human beings you've ever met in your life. I swear to you. A Oba went there and said, the whole world could learn from Senegal because they're Muslim country that voted for a Catholic president. Women could either wear full berkers address just like that in jeans and a t-shirt and nobody. Nobody bothers anybody. They are very tolerant people and they feel responsible for each other. So these fighters understand what they are to the people in their community. There was, I am Senegal. Yeah, they are. They are Senegal. Do they take their? Maybe the answer this, forgive me. Do they take like there. Errs that they win and directly distributed, or is there? Is there a system in place a civic sort of distribution, like a grain feed, sort of station in place for these fires question. Question distributing the wealth. It's I think it's from fighter to fighter. But you know, there's, there's, there's a saying Muslims saying in Chela and that simply means it's God's will in God's will. And so if I'm poor and you have some money in you, you you say to me, can I have some of your money? My answer might be Chila. It's in God's. Maybe I can give you some money. Maybe I can't, but God is the one who's going to decide if I'm going to be able to help you write every the night before the big fight. These two champions imagine Ali and Frazier the night before there's a soccer game in the stadium that they're gonna fight eighty thousand persons of stadium. It collapses and ten people die and the fights cancelled. I'm there for two weeks, everything leading up to this championship in in Senegal with locked to mayor and mood alot. These are the chew champions. They cancelled the fight. We get the. The minister of sport everybody together to see what we could do to help what the fighters can do to help and their answers this. It's in Chile. It's in God's hands. What can we do? We can't save. It's almost Hawaiian island time, right. Well, when you think about it, we can't save the people who were dead. It's unfortunate that they're dead. We can't save them. If Ken Ken, if no, no, can we sits in God's hands right? And we said to them, will you fight again, will you will the fight happen? And they go in shelhah if so, there is we. It's a different thing. They're not motivated by money. They're not. It's not. They're not being driven, of course, everybody wants to earn a living, but their lives are lived differently. That's an enormous surrender to. That's like a it is. I mean, not that I have never been to a, but you can only for myself. I won't quit anyway. I appreciate it. I was privileged jerk, jerk inbound. It's like every day I have to meditate, takes self inventory. Like I'm not complaining. I'm not gonna do this. I have to be honest day in this, it's exhausting and you get tired and taking that height wrote. But there's a lot of concession a lot of surrender, but it's so good man, and I wish you know what all of as in Shalah insane, God's upon awakening, right? We ask the direct our thoughts, right? That's what they do. That's exactly what they do. Why by the way then, and I'm not going to get political, but then you hear, you know, our president say, Muslims, not in the country, blah, blah, blah, go and spend time with these people in Senegal who opened their homes in their lives and their their hearts to me and my guys and I'm like, I'll get political. He's a fucking, doesn't represent you. Don't you don't say anything? He doesn't remember sent me whatsoever, and I'm embarrassed that anybody thinks that that's my personal elected official. No, he's and they did. We will. You know, if you look at your Ron there, there's so many mentioned intell- intelligence you the intellectuals in Iran, it's the only reason the Mola. Has never fully have power because intellectuals go, that's enough, right. And that's it. Like it was the first Muslim country. Like we're running this country by the book of Allah, right? But in the book of our lots like you're gonna love Christ. Oh yeah. Look that shit up listener. You're gonna love Abraham fucking shout outs to other prophets. It's like, oh my God. I just want goes out the planet patrol. So, yeah, I'm glad you said that. I think I've been very important. I know I do for me very important question after this Pluto, TV, everybody streaming TV shows now Pluto. TV's doing it. The best easy and legal dude just got jail time for downloading and fight illegally. Wow, that is not how you wanna meet new cellmate. I got every episode of Teletubbies for free. 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You're a fighter, like you've got to get all the time going in your head. No, you know what? Maybe maybe I would. I would like to pock like I see death around the corner. Good. I'll come into the big, go to bake before you kill me. When I go to them, you've got to die. If I go, I got to go. I see death around the cone. That's good. That's a good one to his mind. What the fuck. I got. You got a guy. I go, we got we. We've been able to. I gotta die. You got to die. If I go, you got to go wait a minute. Is he Bill? But he knows that not in the mood. Who's dying. I'm sure do which is hug it out, which martial art in your travels on the show, fight world on Netflix and you guys know, put my name on this is the show. I've waited my. I'm forty eight since I was thirty. I've been like, I'm not going to do this show, but he's doing. I love you. Thank you. Fight world on Netflix, just anything you can do to review it. Any positive feedback. You can send net flicks. This is the kind of show you guys want to reward its and Frank. I see you do you gotta love real hard to get his lonely guys like us get and you. You're, you're bigger than me in every way I can think of your your ally, your the ocean. I see. Thank you brother. That means the world to me, but but you know, it's, it's, it's interesting because you do not just fighting, but travelling you just you just there's there was a respect that you start to have for humanity and and you know, I, it doesn't get lost on me. When you say, I, I wake up and I asked God to guide me today, and you know, that's that's big. That's I have to go. You don't wanna tell you something. I'm gonna tell you something. We're all assholes, and I'm gonna tell you something. First of all, it's not easy being a man. It's not. It's not easy being a father. It's not. It's not easy being in public. It's not easy being a lot of things, but I think the people who think that they don't need to wake up and say. Look up at God and say, whatever your God is and say, help me through the day. Help me get through this. Those are the people that are gravely mistaken about what life is because everywhere I travel. The one thing that everyone had was some level of spiritual. I don't wanna say, religious, spiritual connection, era, chill spiritual connection that made them in smutty. All of these people were poor from the Favila Brazil to the backwoods of Bangkok. Everyone was poor. Everyone was smiling everyone and they got it. You know, that's that's a success. Yeah, spirituality. Step meeting. I go to on Tuesdays, the guy was a Fransciscan monk, and he said, a monk points to the light on the horizon goes. That's the way to salvation. He said the spiritual people go to the light to religious people are still staring at the finger, right? And I was like, holy, ash, brilliant. That's prophetic separate notebooks to this. That's profound profound because religion's a grid that was placed over your spirituality. Yeah. And I, you know, listen, not not to get on on on on off on a tangent, but you know, as I increase the better part of the middle of my life, which is not really the middle, it's two-thirds through, hopefully all of these things that we're talking about are the things that have become most important to me. You know, again as a father to who I wanna be for these kids. Now we're talking, you know what I mean? I don't want to lose my shit anymore in front of my kids. I don't wanna say stupid things in front of my kids. I wanna show my kids what's in the world. I want to get them out of the Palisades. I want to get them out of California. I wanna get him out of the United States. I want them to see what human beings are human being struggle with, and there's a lot. And somehow through fighting. And it was set in the show through the brotherhood, what that is fighting, Matt ring cage. I don't care where you are. You transcend all of the bullshit that we deal with on a daily basis globally, and human beings are at their core, the best that they could possibly be. I think through fighting and somebody said in the show while the people at the United Nations are gobbling cooking and nothing's getting done. The fighters are bringing together with Jews, Palestinians and Christians in a gym. They don't know what they all they doing their fighters. He's got me leaning, I better. I better get back, but I can't have. No, I'm getting back when I lean of always gonna take me. Synapse. You're right. You know rarely Toro's at United States, wrestling federation, gala and Randy tour speech. When you think of guys that are going to like, knock you on your ass. Renting a tourist on the list, but he's pretty far out after like whoever you think it is. He goes human beings. We need very few things. We need food water. We need to procreate and I think we need struggle. I was like he said, I think we need struggle. Yeah, yeah. And he goes and I think he said wrestling, but I'll put fighting here and I think fighting will save us. It will. He says, wrestling will save us when you just said that. I'm like the last time I was at a big wrestling thing. It was all Iranians Turkish guys, you ins. Are you kidding? Lovie? It's and the American. We're just sitting here laughing. Yup. Yup. Nobody spoke others language. Yeah. Wow. But when you mentioned your son buzz, William basketball coach, Virginia Tech who's been pretty much my number one mentor period. So what are you? Four. That's what he has his team. You look it up on YouTube buzz. Wayne voter you, four. He goes, I know what all of everyone I know is against everywhere you go. Everyone knows what your guest, what do you four right? It goes my son and I talked to you like you're my own son, and I like maybe cry because I'm like, I'm going to use that. And that's how you have to teach these days. The way we were taught doesn't work at all my way or the highway could be a real fucking crowded highway. Fuck it. I got YouTube. Oh man. I got. He said my son only knows what I'm against an a hate it. Get down from there. Don't do that. Don't say that don't come home that don't talk like that. Don't dress like that. I have to let my son equal. I'm admitting to my team. You guys, I've let my son what I'm four and he starts like, going, what am I four? He will tech basketball. What do they think? We work hard? He goes. That's what you're four. And then they did like sprints and like every single number. It was a two day like month. He calls a boot camp and like midnight. Every time was seconds less like on sprints drag not like point one. Right, right. Like two seconds shorter from what from this, what am I fucking right. What do you four Inshallah lot right in she'll on and he's inside you. She's inside you. It's all inside you to what? This is the big question and we'll round third and take the catcher out here because he's fucking. Which martial art would you say is the most inclusive and encouraging to women. That's great. Great question. I would say, and it's not a martial art, but boxing, boxing, in Mexico. And I was in some really bad places. By definition, but I was into Pedo Mexico into Pedo is famous for being the drug capital, cartel capital of Mexico City. And I was in the middle of it with the guys who run to Pedo in the middle of that is or a very Jim. These people. Who everyone is afraid of took me in like I was again, like his son, and so what I realized because fighting. But what I realized when I when I went there is there are many little girls as were a little boys, and there was many teenage girls were teenage boys, and it was they wanted everyone everyone to come and box not to necessarily be professional fighter and amateur Friday to get them off the streets into understand, disciplined to understand community to understand this brother and sister had and to give them some some values that that they just not exposed to. And I think more than any other place. There was an even amount of boys and girls men and women. I didn't expect answers. Yeah, Krav Maga because you know everybody has to go into the army, but they have to see who knows what would happen if they didn't have to. These people don't have to do that. They're surviving and they're in very violent place. But you know Brazil to the Favila Brazil. A lot of lot of wherever there's a lot of young, not so much more time, not so much Lambeau, not so much Senegalese Russell east cultural. Yeah. Do you have all boys? Three boys? I don't have a daughter either, you know, through my daddy Fedor so cool. But try like everybody within the sound of our voices. You have an obligation to get your daughter into a Moi Tijam into a jujitsu Jim. That's your no matter where you live. There's a guy that'll roll and teach your daughter gay Nogi boxing. You could teach her own daughter to box in the mindset of predator prey. You have to in the fact that I get pushback at all fucking confounds me are writers you and I have eaten more fist of seen world Dixon woods and shit. Like what the play you're on your thousand percent. Right. And what makes Israel different than every other place is that the boys and the girls both walk the streets, confident they don't have their phones in their hands. They're not looking down the road. They got their head on swivel all the time. They understand who they are, where they are, they all know how to defend themselves. They've all carried weapons at one point in their lives and the the women in Israel are some of the most beautiful and also the most competent and it's great because it makes people better. It makes people better. There's nothing worse than a person who feels week because that person does things based on that feeling that person will will will will miss behave. That person will will act out in certain ways that normally they will say if they weren't week. Yeah. So that when my towers came down when I kick the shit out of myself, right when I was like, I'm like, does she don't fly? Right. Especially for guys, I guess like we need to be. I'm cool. I'm right. Right. And. I'd love to talk to you again at your convenience. I'll text you. I don't want to. Absolutely, but my pleasure. This is what I've noticed in the world. Like how tall you five. Ten? Okay. Me too. So not very a slouch. Little whippet by sit up my head down. Yeah, waiting for you in China. So you're five, ten, and this is for everyone listening. And this is a, this is every human being on earth. This is not subjective this my own data I've collected and this is what I share with people in life coaching stuff. You're five foot ten. The moment you had cognitive thought the people in your own home for whatever reason hungover. Maybe it was too bright in the room. It made you feel five, nine, five, ten being the container this for my listeners, right? Five, ten being the container of value of what Franken hold or what Ryan hold or what. Landon can hold anybody listening right now five nine later, but he just seemed a little disappointed in me and I'm not sure about anything here. I can't even talk it. Then there's trauma. So that could be a neighbor kills himself. You know, you see somebody gets stabbed a car accident. Your own gold is just cancer. Everybody has go through. It could be molestation. Your father's mean team other five. Eight. Then you gotta high school. You had a boyfriend. Any cheats on you and teases you in the hallway in front of everybody, five, seven. Then you meet a guy that comes into five foot six and you go, hey, that's that's almost like completely full. But you started at five, ten, and now you're accepting five, six as almost full subconsciously you've already conceded your container and we don't even know we've done it. Right. I'm telling all of you when you fight right now, you go to a gym. You throw you put on pads, you roll you study, you get your mindset right. Get your gazelle. You're gonna realize you're fucking seven foot, ten, beautiful. You were born magnificent and has never changed and through fighting through conflict who that struggle. Fill yourselves back up and watch. Fight world are Netflix. It is a huge flea dumb show. And I'm so glad you called. Thanks. Thanks. I love you. I love. All right, brand name on it, but the dock. Doc. Above my daddy band. Cake. My mom gave the strength maybe. Run the cold. 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#360: James Clear

"Thanks for listening to the Dr drew podcast on podcast one. Hey, everybody. Welcome to Dr your podcast as always support those. That's poured us on the banner forgetting your light dollar. Good friends that show that we really carefully try to people that are in here with us and. Pram? So to help us keep wins in the sale of pirate ship, and if you don't mind following an Instagram as well, it's DR Jerry do Pinski excuse me DR, Jerry w Pinski Dr drew Pinski in doing a lot of as much as I can sort of almost daily live broadcast on Instagram and also at dot com. Sign up on the contact list. I will get you emails read them. I one of the podcast, and we also have some important material republishing there about narcissism and about the typhus outbreak in Los Angeles, and what we should be doing with homeless says things like that. And the will make an audio book out of the opium series. So please do check that out as well today. Welcome James clear. His book is Thomas habits and easy and proven way to build. Good habits and break bad ones. They up on Amazon. He has the habits academy is a training program for individuals and organizations interested in building better habits, and who is not that you can follow him at James clear on Twitter and also James clear dot com. James, welcome. Hi, it's good to talk to you. So adamant I were probably about a year ago started talking about habits, and how we don't really think enough in terms of how profoundly habits affect our behavior who we are our priorities what we can accomplish in life. And I started sort of thinking all the way back to Aerostat will who made a big issue of habits as the sort of the underpinning of character that you really made good people by building good habits. What's your philosophy on this? Yeah. Well, I think certainly you hit the nail on the head there and have it's our refer to habits as the compound interest of self improvement. And the reason that I use that phrase the same way that money multiplies through compound interest you save a little bit and early on in the initial years. It doesn't feel like very much happening. And then it's only ten or twenty or thirty years later that you start to get that compounding affecting. It's a hockey. Stick portion of the curve habits are kind of similar know the effects of your habits, multiply as you repeat them across time. And so in a sense time will magnify whatever you feed it. If you have good habits than time becomes your ally. If you have bad habits than time becomes your enemy, but on any given day, it doesn't feel like very much like what what is the difference between eating a salad for lunch or eating a burger and fries. Much on any given day your bed every day something like that. Right. Sure. Yeah. Or like a. Studying Spanish for an hour versus not sitting at all. I mean, you haven't learned the language either way. But it's only two five or ten years later when the effects of those daily choices have really compounded. They realize how significant it is to make a choice. That's one percent better. Or one percent worse on any given day. There's kind of. This two kinds of people in the world, those that for whom this comes a relatively easier who may have had lots of experiences with this growing up and people were homemade is not. So I think certainly there are differences genetically personality wise, I talk about this later in the book chapter eighteen or so about the Saudi of like how to our genes influence, our pads, and are some people predisposed to certain habits being easier to some habits, align with a particular identity in you know, or personality in one way, and maybe not for others. And I think the verdict is out on that. I think almost certainly the answer's yes. But we just don't understand it. Maybe the deep enough level or kind of on the cusp of understanding the connection between DNA genes personality. And maybe how that trickles into our daily behavior and easy. What kind of an easy one is if you're OCD it's easier to repeat things or to focus on. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. So that's just an easy target look at that. Those guys have a little bit easier. Maybe. Yeah. And they're variety of looking at personality. But you know, if you take like the big five most of the traits and the big five the the most common spectrum kind of maps personnel. Five spectrums, the most common one that people are familiar with his introversion and extroversion, but there are other ones like agreeable nece or conscientiousness, but people who were high integral tend to be warm and kind and considerate. They also tend to have higher levels of oxytocin natch, higher natural levels box tocine, and you can imagine if someone is kind of predisposed being warm and kind of consider it might be easier for them to get in the habit of writing. Thank you notes or the habit of organizing, social gatherings or something. So certainly people their their personality genes may predispose them for some things being easier. But I think your larger point here about like. Well, are there some people that maybe the study of getting a little bit better each day or stigma habits comes more naturally to actually was probably more accurate is that some people find themselves in environ? -ment that is organized toward a particular outcome and it's much easier to stick to a habit. When the environment is designed for that. And that's one of the things I talk about the book is how can we take that principle put to work for us? I we designed environment where habits are more likely to come out. Give us an example. So I'll give you one example for building a good habit and for one for breaking a bad one. So if you think about a bad habit like watching too much television, for example, a lot of people feel like to watch too, much Netflix or whatever. But if you walk into pretty much any living room where do all the couches and chairs face they all face. So it's like was that room designed to get you to do. And in many cases, our habits our response to either the cues that are in our environment. So what is obvious and visible like, the TV is visible on the wall rather than inside a wall unit or a cabinet or if the video game controller in consoles out in the middle of the floor rather than inside a drawer? The remote control is on the coffee table instead of tucked away inside, you know, inside a joined the coffee table, and all those cues are subtly nudging you toward the habit of watching TV, and it's the same way with our digital spaces like those are environments too. So you have on your smartphone. If Instagram's the first thing that you see when you open up the the phone, just ease. To tap that you think about it every single time you see it. And it's even deeper than that, you know, it's like some people may want to try to stick to a diet, but they still follow a bunch of food blogs on Instagram. So they're constantly being triggered to do those things. So it's like you would it ends up feeling like is you end up blaming yourself and saying, oh, I need more willpower. I need more perseverance. And this is kind of that standard narrative about habits that you just need to try harder. And maybe if you had enough, willpower, and grit then you would stick to it. But if you compare that environment to someone who has a phone where they're like, no social media on the home screen, or they don't follow any food, blogs Graham, well that person's not being tempted nearly as much and so the environment is promoting good habits, or at least making it less likely that you'll be triggered or exposed to the thing that that prompts the negative behavior or the behavior of you're looking to avoid so one of the things is to avoid the cues. What's next? So the other thing that you can do with environment design is you can reduce the friction associated with good habits or you can increase the friction associated bad ones. So like one example, this BJ fog is a professor at Stanford. He writes about habits and behavior changes. Well, and he had this example where he he liked popcorn. He enjoyed eating popcorn. But just won't didn't wanna eat as much of it. And so he took it out of the pantry walk down. His hallway went to the garage climbed up the ladder and put it on the highest shelf in the garage. Now, if he really wants it he can just go out and get it. Right. It's only take a minute. But if he's designing for his default behavior, if he's designing for like the action is going to take when he's lazy or exhausted or feeling tired after a long day at work. He's not going to go out and get it because the friction is higher. And this is the kind of thing where you hear people say, you know, if you don't wanna eat sweets, don't have them in the house, or if you're imagine like if you're someone who's trying to quit smoking while if you have a pack of cigarettes sitting on the counter versus if the closest one is like fifteen miles down the road at. A gas station then one of the as way more friction than the other. And so the more that you can redesign spaces to make the good habits obvious and friction lists like if you wanna Ida friend who wanted to practice more violin? So he kept his violin stand right in the middle of his living room. So it pass it thirty times a day and low and behold pick it up more frequently. So you want the friction of your good habits to be minimal you want to be as few steps as possible between you and the good behavior, and you want the friction of your bad habits to be greater you want there to be more steps I'm trying to get the top three or four here. What comes next? So those are two good ways to organize the reduce the friction and to make the queues more obvious for good habits in in your environment. But physical environment is only one element of what it takes to build. Good habits. What shapes them social environment is another whole like Bala wax and their whole important aspect of building habits. And if you step back from a high level, many of our behaviors are socially reinforced or socially driven and a lot of the time. It's habits that we don't even think about like just imagine you like walk onto an elevator. And you turn around to face the front or you have job interview. And you wear a suit and tie or dress or something nice. Now, there's no reason you have to do those things like you could face the back of the elevator. You could wear a bathing suit to a job interview. But we don't do them because they violate the shared expectations the group of that particular tribe that we're in at. Time. And this is one of the core lessons of how to get the social environment to work for your habits rather than against them. Which is we are all part of multiple tribes. And some of those tribes are large like what it means to be American or Australian or French and some of them are small like what needs to be in the group of people that are on that elevator or in. You know, a neighbor who lives on your street or someone who volunteers at the local school? But all of those groups large and small they all had a set of like shared expectations for how people act and when habits go with the grain of the expectations of the group that very attractive because doing them we'll help you fit in. They help you belong and we're all wired to want to belong. We had this like deep primal drive to not be abandoned by the tribe because for our ancient ancestors that they were abandoned by the tribes the death sentence didn't pass their genes on. So all of us are kind of predisposed to care about belonging to the group. But when habits go against the grain of the. Tribe. They're very unattractive because you it really takes a good bit of courage to build a habit that goes against the grain of the people around you. And so the punchline of all of this is that you want to join groups where the desired behavior is the normal behavior for the habit. The build is the normal thing in that group because it's normal for them. Then suddenly it becomes attractive for you to do. And it sort of has momentum to it. Certainly, you know, like, you you see this actually all the time like someone will join like across Jim and they want to join to get in shape. But then, you know, if they start to get friends there and stuff, and they go back more and more all of a sudden, they start picking up all these habits. They weren't even trying to build, you know, they're buying a certain type of shoot or niece leave their eating paleo. They're doing all these extra things that are signals. The habits are like a signal that hey, I belong to this tribe. This is what people do this is what we're, you know, my friends are into as well because it harder to break bad habit. The or form a new habit or can you tell? I don't know. It's a good question. I think both of them are useful. I talk about both at length in the book. But I tend to if I'm going to pick one I tend to prefer building good habits because often could the same way that like a plants will crowd out the other plants around it as it grows stronger. Good habits Waffen crowd out bad ones. Like, take the example. I was mentioning earlier watching too much TV or like pressing by watching YouTube or things like that. If you come home from school or work, and you do that for like two hours a day. And then you you could focus on breaking that bad habit or you could focus on building a new one. So you want to get in shape? Well, if you just focus on the habit of I get home from work change into my workout clothes, I go to the gym. And you just master that like little routine of just getting to the gym. Then all of a sudden, the TV one kind of takes care of himself a little bit like the gym for an you can't be watching YouTube. And so you didn't believe almost design your habit positive habit to break the. The bad habit. Yes. In many cases. And that's one way that's recommended for changing bad habits is to try to find a positive routine and insert it in the place of the the negative one. And that is a good way to do it. But you can also in many cases, you can break bad habits, just by employing some of the things that we mentioned earlier just by reducing exposure. Here's a weird one for me. So I. I noticed that if I buy beer, and I put it in the front of the fridge like either in the door or right on the front of the shelf. I can see it as soon as I open it. I'll drink one each night just because it's there, but if I act of the fridge all the way in the back, I can't see like under the lowest shelf sometimes it'll sit there for like a month. Now, that's not gonna work for someone who's actually colic or something like that. But for many of us just time to curtail your behavior little bit so often we are just responding to whatever cues obvious, and like another one that I did this year. I've started keeping my phone in another room until lunch each day. So it gives me a block of about like three or four hours reckon work without my smartphone. Next me. Well, if I have my phone next me, then unlike everybody else, I'll check it every three minutes, but I have a home office. So if I leave it another room, it's only like forty five seconds away. It's not far. But I never go down and get it. And the question for me is like well, did I want it or not, you know, like in one sense? When it's next to me. I wanted enough to check it a hundred times. But when it's four I never wanted bad enough to work forty five seconds for it. And I think that technology is done that for a lot of our habits. It is reduced friction so much. It's made them so convenient so easy role that we find ourselves sliding into it, even though we don't really want it in a deep way and to be fair, the people that that form the auger them's for social media for Amazon, they know this and they're playing with that. They're after us. Yeah. It's just kind of like a natural byproduct of capitalism. You know, like they're all incentivized to make the most effective company to make the company that generates the most revenue for shareholders and to meet their quarterly targets, and so on and it's kind of like their thousand of these engineers, these companies working on this and no single one of them feels the full weight of the responsibility of making an addictive app, they're just trying to job. But then the the cumulative impact of that is we get these hyper addictive applications that just keep pulling in more and more. And and some cases, humans aren't even totally in charge. Like, the Facebook algorithm is in charge of what is being served you, and it just optimizes for the most clicks and comments and replies. And if that happens to be only news stories that generate outrage than that's what naturally rises to the top. And what everybody sees more of. And it wasn't like that was ever anybody's. True intention. They were just trying to optimize engagement. So it's we've created like a weird strange situation with that guy just to to this point are their behaviors or habits that Americans are engaging that concern you or habits that we are not concerned. We're not manifesting that concern. You that words you look at things and go, oh, that's really gotta change. Yeah. That's interesting. I think I haven't thought about that particular question noth- to feel confident in an answer. But more generally speaking, I will say that technology creates the space of possibilities. So like imagine technology is kind of like a clay pot. Right. So the thing that you make so Twitter, for example is the outside of the pot. But what makes a pot useful? What makes a clay pot useful as the space inside? Right. So it's the fact they can contain something. And technologies kinda like that too. Creates a boundary for what can happen. But then the space incited space inside Twitter is where something interesting happens. And I don't know that we give enough thought to what happens in that space. We just think about what we're creating. We just think about our making a pot. But then there's all this stuff that is evolved out of these technologies. Like, for example, mean culture, I mean, like all these memes that are generated on social media when that wasn't even really a thing like twenty years ago, like a big it's a big part of our daily life. People sharing means all the time their entire businesses built on this on Instagram, and so on and technology created the space for that new behavior. And so I do wonder about that. And I guess I'll just call it like the unintended consequences of creating technology, and we don't we don't think about what's going to happen in that space. And there could be things that come out of that that that we're not aware of what makes her I can't for see I kind of figured you'd say technology or. Those are the things I kind of expected the concerning behavior. But there's there's even other behaviors sort of interpersonal behaviors I don't know how to characterize those or frame them to talk about them as habits, but you know, we're gonna realm where people just treat each other badly. Does this that kind of thing enter enter into your book? How people are treating each other. Yeah. Well, yeah, that's interesting. I don't know. I don't know that humans are wired for a society that has such rapid feedback. You know, so like for most of human history. The feedback loops have been either relatively slow if it's a crime if it's between many people so imagine trying to get a message to a million people one hundred years ago or a thousand years ago, it just it would've taken forever. You know, you'd had people on horseback. And so on. Or the tight feedback loops were among the very small group of people. So maybe you could get a message instantly that you could only get it out to like twenty five or fifty people. And now we suddenly have technologies where a Twitter mob can arise in three minutes. And you can have a million people screaming you about something. And that's like a really weird. I don't know the human brain is designed to achieve that level feedback. Right. And when that happens, I think it plays with our emotions we're we're not used to that. And so I have noticed that just myself. I don't have the world's largest audience. But I have a couple million people read my side each month and a couple hundred thousand Email subscribers and I've determined that it is impossible to write an article and send it to four hundred thousand people and have everybody agree with you. It just can't happen. I know that I'm gonna get negative feedback. No matter what I right. And so you have to learn how to deal with that that feedback. A better way. And I think that's a skill. That is not just for someone like me who has a platform. We all are having to learn that skill now because everybody has a platform. Everybody has voice if you're on social media, you have access to the masses. And so it's kinda like a new social skill. We all have to be learning. Do people ask you with help in developing that habit? That particular one. Yeah. I don't know that that many people have thought about it yet. But I all kinds of questions about building building all types of habits. But that most the most common request. What's the common question or ask for assistance? Yeah. Most people want help with exercise habits. That's like the the big pillar one another common one or writing writing habits people are looking to build their own platform looking to write a book or something like that. I think it's something like eighty eight percent of the population says they wanna write a book at some point. She would percentage of them actually end up doing that. I'm not sure. But but I think it's interesting too, many people. But yeah, I would say if I was going to pick the pillar habits what our core habits that everybody should focus on building. Those two would be near the top of the list. I think things like exercise sleep and nutrition those kind of dial you in from an energy standpoint, make sure you're able to show up at your best each day and then reading. And writing dystopian from like a mental standpoint. So that you can think more clearly share your message to better work. And so on I might standing as you speak to lot of fortune five hundred companies, and you know, this information to big groups. But what does it you're primarily telling them? Well, you know, companies are just a collection of individuals, and certainly there can be some emergent behavior that comes out of there like things that happen at a group wide level that wouldn't happen for an individual. But the main argument here is look if each person in your company can just get one percent better each day, if you can adopt that philosophy of continuous improvement and remained committed to your individual habits. While then all of a sudden, you have you know, basically an army of employees showing up at their best each day. And for most companies that's kind of the big battle is do we have everybody rowing in the same direction? You know, if you got people fighting against each other in the boat than it's hard to get moving downstream at any reasonable speed. So it's a lot about linemen a lot about showing up in in working on the small habits. But both for companies, and for individuals the place that I always try to start is scale your habit down to make his easiest possible. So I like to utilize what I call the two minute rule. And so the ideas, you take whatever habit you're trying to build an. And you scale it down to just the first two minutes. So Reid thirty books year becomes read one page or do yoga four days a week, becomes takeout your yoga mat and people have heard things like this before. Right. Like people here take baby steps start, small, whatever. But even if you know that you should start small it's still really easy to start too big. And so people say something like all, right? I wanna run three days a week. But I know I should start small. So I'll only run for fifteen minutes. But even that is like way bigger than what I'm talking about. I'm talking about like put on your shoes and step out the door. And if you run at all that's just a bonus. And that sounds kind of silly to people at first because they're like, well, why would I put on my running? She's like that's not gonna get me in shape. You know, what I really wanna do is lose weight? But the point and this is a key insight about building. Better habits is that haven't must be established before it can be improved. If you don't master the art of showing up you don't have anything to optimize. And so by scaling down to just the first two minutes and becoming the type of person who shows up each day, whether that's as an employee at a company or an individual working on their own habit. That's really the first step the first hurdle. We need to cross is d- become the type person shows up each day. Are you type person that puts on your running shoes and steps out the door three times a week? And if you are then you have a chance to optimize an improved from there. Do you at here to these sort of theories about change in preparation for contemplating change preparing for change making the change in maintaining the change that figure into your habit formation? Yeah. You know, as wrote this book, one of the first things I wanted to do was to understand like what is our current understanding of human behavior, and why would wouldn't models? Do we have you know? So like, we have this model this framework that you just laid out then there's power habit came out with the cure teen reward model, which really harkens back to like the nineteen thirties and BF Skinner with like stimulus response reward. And so that got me thinking like well there must be some like variety of models of human behavior. And so I started looking into an actually there ton. So I have a spreadsheet of over one hundred different models of that describe how human behavior works, and you just one I just named one or two others. And I have a new one in my book, the four laws behavior changes of four stages that when I looked at those hundred they kind of fell broadly into two camps. So the first camp I would say or what I would call like reinforcement models, and those were mostly describing how humans act by either the rewards that they get for the behavior. Or the punishment. That's given and the the cues that precede it, and then the second broad category where what I would call motivation models and those described human behavior mostly on like, what is driving people what your desire, which are motivation. These like self determination theory there variety of of models. That are like this are trying to describe the fundamental drives that urge us on to take a particular action. And my hope was that I could build a model that integrated those two that both described how external cues and external rewards and consequences, shape and influence, our behaviour. But also, how internal moods and emotions and motivations shape our behavior, and hopefully, I was able to do that. But, you know, of course, with any model there are assumptions, and there are simplifications. That's what a model does. It simplifies reality into a few steps that than you can understand a break down. And so I think all these models can be useful. But the key is no. Knowing what their limitations are and went to employ them. And when not because every model comes with those. I'm not sure four categories. It was the go through very quickly again your mind. Yes, Louis, so I divide habit into four stages and those four stages are Q craving response. In reward. We talked a little bit about cues with the environment. So the things that prompt you, but the key stage. Here's the second stage. I call raving, but we could really talk about it. As like a prediction. It's no matter. What cue you come across you interpret it in some way. And it's that prediction that you make about what the cue means and how you should act that drives the response, which was the third stage. And then finally there's some outcome. And I think that these four stages give us a more precise understanding of what a habit is. And how it works. Like, I was looking at all those human behavior models, and I still had a couple key questions that I felt like weren't being answered. For example. Why does the same person respond to the same q? In different ways. Depending on what it is. Like, you can imagine you walk into the kitchen in the morning and you see a loaf of bread. And you think oh, I should make some toast, and they make toast and eat and so on and so for that that time you see the cue the loaf of bread and your craving. Your prediction as I should make toast. But then you can just as easily imagine ten minutes later, you walk back into the kitchen, and you see the same Q on the counter, the loaf of bread still there. But now, you think oh on full. I don't wanna make toast. And so when I realized is that the way that we interpret Hughes is dependent on our current state. It's dependent on in this case, we're talking about being hungry versus being full. That's true for any habit. You know, if you're looking to pull up Tinder and you're swiping through it. We really looking for is not to you don't want to use Tinder what you want is love and affection or if you pull up Instagram you start browsing, you don't actually care about using Instagram. You're looking to be entertained enough aboard. And so it's really the change in state that you desire that prompts the behavior. Whether you're using an app or going for a run or doing something else is just dependent on what the current circumstances. What the options are that available to you. When you pass that desire to change your state. It's a pretty complex category. Which just it's it's usually thought of in terms of drives and all of common drives, a common term that's used and some of those other behavior, but. But all of psychoanalysis is packed into drive as well as many other kinds of theoretical frameworks terribly complex, which which are aimed at answering that question why you know, why? People respond to the cues the way they do essentially, well, all four stages of terribly complex, just take the response stage. For example, you know, everything about movement is involved in their thing. You've got a Natta me neuro. You know, neurology biology all kinds of things that are happening when you reach for the bread and put a slice in the toaster. But it's like there's there's like an infinite number of things that are happening there. And so that's what I mean when I say that all these models frameworks are simple vacations of reality. But the hope is and this is true for for any model. Not just right now, we're talking about human behavior models, but take physics mathematics equation is just a model. Now, what makes a model useful is how well it predicts the future. So it's predictive power, and how much you can rely on it to get a result or to use it in an everyday circumstance. And so my hope is that these four stages are highly useful. Even if they are not infinitely. Precise. So the stages that is -scribed Q craving response reward out of those four stages, and this is the backbone of the book. Come what I call the fort loss of behavior change. And so for building a good habit. That is q the first laws make it obvious cues. You're gonna have to be obvious available visible for craving. You wanna make it attractive? The more attractive. The habit is to you the more likely to follow it. We talked about that earlier with social environment in what habits are attractive in a given tribe for the response. You wanna make it easy? The less friction associated with behavior. The more convenient is the more you adhere to that two minute rule. The easier will be for habit to be performed. And then for the reward you wanna make it satisfying. And it's really about making it immediately satisfying. Because if you have like a an immediate positive emotional signal after the habit, if it feels good then you'll have a reason to repeat it in the future. And then if you wanna break a bad habit, you just invert each of those four laws, so rather make it obvious. You wanna make the queues invisible make attractive make unattractive make a difficult it unsatisfying, and my hope is that that framework is highly. Practical. And of course, I over dozens of ways in the book to actually apply that how'd you get into this? Well, I came into it in two ways, the first way was as someone who practiced habits, and of course, all humans have habits. I I started noticing them as an athlete. So I was a baseball player all the way through college. And as any athlete until you you have all kinds of habits both on the practice field and in the gym and as your training. No, I didn't really have a language for it at the time. Like, I wouldn't have said I'm just trying to get one percent better each day, or you know, I'm trying to build better habits or something like that. I was just focused on doing what I was supposed to do at practice. But I realized that man when I had these routines when I was dialed in things were much easier and things really started to click and move forward for me. It wasn't until a few years later that I decided to start my own company. This was after graduate school that I realized I'm trying these business ideas, and they're all flopping I have no idea why someone would buy something or what's going wrong here. And I realized I didn't understand how market things. And so I started studying consumer behavior to figure out why does someone sign up to an Email list? Why someone by product and as I got into consumer behavior. I naturally started to bleed more toward behavioral psychology. And that got interested in the science of Hebrew change. And so on and I have a science background. I was I was mostly in the hard sciences academically might actual degrees in bio mechanics, but mostly chemistry and physics classes. And so I was interested in the research and about six years ago. I decided, you know at all to start writing about this because I had I had this word document, those sixty pages long with all my thoughts on habits. And so I wrote a new article every Monday and Thursday, I did that for the first three years, and I I had a friend tell me early on because I was feeling the same thing. Everybody feels when they start. It was like who am I to write about this news? Look you become an expert by writing about it. Right. Right. 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But I, you know, mostly so far we've talked about habits as the method for external results habits, lose weight or make more money or be more productive or reduce stress. And it's true habits can do all of those things. But the reason I love habits like this one. I just mentioned of one sentence each day. And I think the deeper purpose that they serve in our lives in the reason, they're so crucial. And I feel like it was important for me to write this book about them is that have it's not only the method through which we achieve external results. They're also the method through which we share. Deep and inform. Our internal identity in a sense your habits or how you embody a particular identity. Whenever you MRs. This was back Aerostat notion. Yes, right. How you develop character, right Ella particular identity. So, you know, if you make your bed each morning, you do that you embody the identity of someone who was clean organized, or whenever you go to the gym embody, the identity of someone who's fit, and it's sort of like every action you take a vote for the kind of person you want to become and as you take these little actions. I've meditated fourteen fifteen days I've gone to the gym twenty five of the last thirty days. It's like, you're casting little votes. And as those votes built up, you kind of have this little pile of evidence, and you have something to actually route your identity in something to actually route that belief in and you start to reshape your self image. And this I think is actually like crucially different than what you often hear people say which was like fake it till you make it because. Fake it till you make it is asking you to believe something about yourself without having evidence for it. And we have a word for beliefs that don't have evidence we called delusion. And so at some point the brain doesn't like that like, you might be able it might be no cash short term strategy. I don't think there's anything necessarily wrong with like just believing you can do it. But it's not a good longterm way to shift yourself image. And what you believe about yourself. And I think that behavior and specifically small habits or a great way to cast votes for that particular identity, and ultimately reshape how you see yourself. And that I think is the true purpose of the real. Meaning the reason that habits matter so much that they cannot only deliver x Turner results. But also reshape us and maybe maybe upgrade or expand your identity into something more confident and more robust. Yeah, I've noticed that in invariably basic sense. Some people change better outside in some people change. Inside out that sort of what you're describing. And when I think about like people struggling drug addiction, one of one of the first and most important habits were asking them to sustain is rigorous honesty, the habit of honesty, and it's it's stunning. How much difficulty have with that? It's also stunning how much that changes everything. Well, in a sense, if you can reshape your identity or reshape how you look at the situation, if you can be rigorously honest, for example, that is kind of you know, we're talking about how much is packed into that second stage that craving or prediction stage gives you a totally different way to interpret all the cues experiences in your life. Also have the same experience. You have before you interpreted in different way, thus responded for way. But of course, the mental work required. Do that is significant. And sometimes the hurdle is is really large. I'm not sure we've talked about sustaining habits yet. Because that to me is always for most people the most difficult part. They can get it going. But maintenance is very hard for people seems like yeah, that's a fantastic question. So there are two things I wanna say here. So the first is in this four stage model that I laid out Q craving in response. Those first three stages. Those are all about getting a habit to happen. The first time you wanna make. It obvious make tractive make it easy. That'll get you to act and of and of course, that third stage is the action itself, but the fourth stage make it satisfying that reward, that's what gets you to repeat. And so I think one way to describe this is perceived value motivates the act actual value, motivates you to repeat. So let me give an example that if you're going to buy a book, for example, on Amazon, you don't actually buy the book when you go to Amazon, and you look at the page you buy the image that the sales page creates in your mind. You can't buy the book because you don't have it yet. It hasn't been delivered to your door. So the perceived value of what you're going to get is what motivates you to click buy into check out, but when the book arrives, and you read it, then you enjoy it presumably that is what gets motivates you to repeat whether it's to buy books from Amazon or to share that with a friend or to read it again for second time. But it's so it's the enjoyment. It's the. Value. It's the reward that gets you to stick with the habit in the long run. And the point here is that you need some kind of positive satisfying ending to perform habit again and businesses. No this really well. So like a couple examples BMW most recently like maybe five years ago or so six years ago. They added a feature to one of their cars where if you press on the accelerator new slam down, really hard. It would pump additional engine growl noise through the speakers. So it was making it more satisfying to step on the gas sterile right Ford had a similar product where there was kind of like a valve. And if you drove normally it would say closed in the interior be soundproofed, and if you stepped on the gas hard it would open up and let the engine noise in. But the point is they're giving people this immediate feedback. Right. Oh now, it's more enjoyable to drive the car until you want to drive it toothpastes. Another common example. There's no reason that toothpaste needs to taste Mindy. It doesn't actually. Make it clean your teeth better. Right. But it tastes a lot better than like a bland paste. And so because it's more satisfying because you get this clean mouth feel now you have to repeat it and brush your teeth again. Chewing gum was similar it for a long time for many years chewing. Gum was just like this bland resin. It was chewy, but it wasn't tasty. And it wasn't until Wrigley came around in the late eighteen hundreds and came out with the first like flavors like juicy fruit and Spearman double meant that showing took off as worldwide habit. And as soon as Wrigley introduced those flavors and people had a more satisfying experience chewing gum became the slack very popular habit. And that's true for almost any habit that the more satisfying, you can make the ending the more likely people are going to stick with it. Okay. So how can we apply that principle to pretty much any habit? While the first thing that you can do is choose the form of a habit that is most satisfying to you or most enjoyable so take the habit of exercise. There are many ways to exercise like I lived I like lifting weights, but not everybody wants to work out like a bodybuilder like you can go hiking. You could go kayaking. Do yoga do Pilates. You brought climb. They're they're tunnel ways to do that. So choose the form. That's most enjoyable to you in the moment because often people miss this. This key point that behaviors pretty much every behavior produces multiple outcomes across time like for example, eating doughnut the immediate outcome of eating doughnut is enjoyable it sugary. It's tasty. Sweet. It's great but the ultimate outcome like a month or year from now if you keep repeating this habit is unproductive unhealthy unsatisfying you gain weight. And so on. For good habits. It's often the reverse where the immediate outcome of like going to the gym is kinda challenging like require sweat in a sacrifice effort like it's not really that enjoyable. It's kind of unfavorable but the ultimate outcome. If you repeat that habit for a month or year is favorable. And so a lot of the battle of getting good habits. Stick is figuring out ways to pull those long term rewards that enjoyment. The delay gratification into the present moment. And so if you pick the form of exercise that feels best you in the moment make it about how you feel rather than what your body looks like in the mirror, then you have reason to show up again. So that's the first thing you can make have choose choose the form of a habit. That's most satisfied you the second one. I always say make sure the exercise is the you'll do the one that you like doing or that you'll do. That's precisely you could say that about almost any habit. Right. Look say if you wanna get the habit of reading will what kind of books should you read? Well, you should read the kind that you enjoy like if that happens to be sappy romance novels, then so be it if it happens to be like fantasy literature, then great if it's you know, if it's nonfiction books, and that's fine. But don't don't feel pressured to build the kind of habit that you feel like society says you should build build one that feels good to you that you like in the moment because that's the one that's gonna stick on. You'll do. So that's the first piece, and then the second piece is, and I don't think you need to do this forever habit. But tracking and measurement can be very useful. So there are many habits that I have like. Floss my teeth are tying my shoes. I don't need to track off on. I do that. Like, I don't need a process a continuous improvement for time my shoes, but for habits that are important to you for like a few of those core ones like for me, it's reading and weightlifting and writing it does make sense to track those because one track all my workouts. And so if feels good to close the book on another workout, I write down all the sets and reps. There's just like a little small sense of the compliment that comes from closing the book on that particular evening on that particular, workout and. Tracking visual forms of measurement like that. They immediately give you a signal that you're making progress a lot of the time, you know, like if you go to the gym the reward of going to the gym for like three weeks isn't really a whole lot your body looks basically the same in the mirror the scale really hasn't changed that much. And so you need something some kind of visual signal that says, hey, this was worth it and tracking and measurement can be one way to do that. And make you feel a little bit more satisfied in the moment. We've got to kind of wrap things up if we missed anything. I mean, we've been in almost encyclopedic. It's so far. Is there some area that you think people are should know about or that you want them to think about an a reason to have them come read atomic habit. There's so much to talk about we we actually there's a lot that we weren't able to cover, but I do wanna leave people with something practical. So I think pretty much anyone will enjoy the book and find it useful and interesting. I am hard pressed to say that someone would read it and not find at least a few ideas, they could ply for sure if I'm going. To suggest one place to start. It would be with the two minute rule. So scaling your habit down to just the first two minutes trying to master the art of showing up, and then the second one is if you wanna have to stick, and we we just talked about right-of-ways to habits the last making them satisfying. But man, the ultimate way to do that is by employing the social environment by joining a group where your desired behaviors the normal behavior. People do all kinds of habits for decades on end because they're in a community that supports them. If they think about people going to church for thirty years in a row, and they all live in the same community. They wanna church together. And so on it's really the fact that that's where all their friends are going every Sunday or Saturday, whatever. And that's what the community does. And so that's what they do as well. And you can take that same principle and apply it to pretty much any other habit. Really interesting. Well, I thank you for the book. And I thank you for the hard work and the research and. I think it's really gonna help you just you know, we started this conversation. I was telling her I found adamant I were talking off a lot about habits, and how little people sort of distraught about them that and I was thinking at the time about Aristotle and his comment about you know, you build yourself out of habits. Literally, your your character yourself is just a an amalgamation of habits in certain sense. And I think your book drives some of those kinds of points home. Yeah. I agree. I think that that's a central thing. And I I hope that people will find the book helpful and useful. Thank you so much for the time. What's it habits academy for for that you run have? It's a cow. Yeah. Absolutely. So he also atomic habits is is the book, I think the best place to start and that's at atomic Abbas dot com. And then the habits academy is a more in-depth course that is pos- tickly organized for individuals and for organizations that are looking to build better habits in life and work. So if you're if you have a team, and you're looking to build better habits cross that team how got the heavens academy is a great place to start. James clear. Thank you so much. Great. Thank you will see all time for Colin times and topics the show on Twitter at Dr drew podcast. That's DR DR w podcast music. Today's episode can be found on the swing and sounds of the document podcast now vailable on I tunes. 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She was expecting. You know, given our craziness you there's going to be just a terrible hassle shaken down. And the guy goes white here. She was I'm a British professor here to give lecture on air startle in virtue. Ethics and he goes, he's she said she was looking at her passport going. You know, I really think Plato's allegory of the cave is not nearly as useful as heiress detailing naturalism. Where did you learn that he goes podcasting? Yeah. I'd heard story. And I thought maybe I told you last week. I don't know. I may have heard it somewhere else or heard it for bring it up to say that podcast has the potential to save the world. Because if we all do listen to smart podcast, and listen to smart people and learn and expand our horizons. We won't be so prone to the craziness for all deepen right now. I think that's a really a potential to help things. Thank here's. All right. So there's that. So the other thing is I want to air for you this buying it. Spending thing we were talking last yesterday about different cultures different families systems and different MRs and how they have different sort of habits are ways of dealing with money and money. Let's face. It money is just a symbol of exchange. Right. It's it's just a it's an exchange. Unit. It doesn't really exist. It's something that we imbue as human beings with a certain amount of meaning. And some people are raised in such a way that they know how to use and save and build other people only see money as people see it as dangerous people. See it as something it'd be spent immediately into to build a status with it's all very much effected by how we grew up. Can I make this statement euro, yes? We do especially if you listened to Cossio Cortez. We do a lot of. Personality grafting onto money or these raider evil, white guys. What is this guy? Who's he or why don't trust anybody? I don't know. You've never product you sell it. What's the difference? You know, if you sell window blinds or cheeseburgers, you sell your first one somebody wanted when your window blinds? Or when you're cheese version, you show your one millionth, they still just wanted your cheeseburger and your window blind. I don't what Why's millionth inherently evil right now. It's just a window blind or or cheeseburger, but we have to do that with everything. And it's like, it's we do it with guns. We know this bad or that guy's bad. Or this is we need to the gun is just kind of the gun. It's responsible used and respected. And you grow up. You know, there's people who grow up around the responsible use of a gun in a firearm and those people would never carry one in their sweatpants. And walk go to a club with one or something like that. But it's not the gun that's bad or good or the money, that's bad or good. It's like you either grow up an environment. Where people teach you evil things can be done with money money can inspire people that do evil things guns can be evil. Things can be with guns guns can inspire people to use it for evil, but it's not the actual dollar or the gun at sort of how it's used in. And what your knowledge is of it. And how you grew up with it. And so on and so forth. It comes to money. There's a judgmental ISM. Interestingly we live in a word where people are not supposed to be judgmental. And yet we've just become judgmental on a whole different array of things, but say gun nut all the time that we're being judgmental somebody's like sexual people. How they dressed on people. Still judge Joe judge now judge a lot of stuff. We just judge different things. And one of the things that is being judged as people that accumulate capital as though the process or the desire to accumulate is evil. Right. So I think that's what they point like, you should distribute that and that away you don't need that that what President Obama's rhetoric on that. Well, what the problem? The problem is. Well, here's what you do. Here's you do you start by setting the table. Even you're not serving the meal yet. But you're setting the table, and the setting of the table is the inequity in the wealth distribution what they're saying is there's a pile of money, and some people are really helping themselves euro some game. Well, somebody has some somebody doesn't have. Well, here's what they're here's what a Cossio Cortez. Here's the table. She setting the table, she setting is were all on a lifeboat runt zero-some and please sorry grad grad. He's zero-sum seconds. All right. Let's kind of set if I'm explaining what I'm saying. You don't get it. We're on the lifeboat. There's provisions on the lifeboat and some people have helped themselves to not only provision for them and their family, but enough for thousand families, and they're going to sit there and laugh in eat it and other people are going to go hungry. That's how she has set the table. And with that if that's the way you're going to set the table, then you're one hundred percent, right. So the notion is buy into this falsehood. And then once you buy into the setting of the table now, it's time for me to bring out the meal and really got you. I got you hooked. But I don't I don't buy that part and many people do because you just keep repeating it. And of course, people are in the lifeboat that are hungry like, yeah, I'm starving. What's going on? And they start buying into it. The people in the lifeboat who do have a big pile of food when they went through their line in the water and fish their own food out of the sea and many of them then distributed. Forty percent of that food back to the lifeboat. And then you look at that guy nego. Yeah. But it should be seventy really because there's a couple of the end it never fished. That's the way look at it. Thank you. And. Yeah. And so one of the keys to the fishing is the sort of building, you know, more polls or heavy the fishing metaphor going and being able to sort of grow, which is part of the capitals and thing, and that's required for that is the cumulation a certain amount of wealth or money. And so I noticed on this Netflix series called trigger warnings correct with killer. Mike Foale title right in killer. Mike goes around ask a lot of questions that he he thinks other people are not asking that should be asked. And one of the things asked about his his culture and how they spend or hold onto money or Mike is black. Yep. As a here is the idea of of in his view, and I only saw it once I that you'd like talk about this. I don't exactly where exactly how it went. So let's play it. So the idea is every single thing that you're going to use eat consume is going to be black owned. I think that the black community can do a better job of keeping dollar in our ecosystem. Studies have shown that in America. The Asian community can keep a dollar twenty eight days before they release it out. They shown Jewish white communities keep a dollar twenty one and twenty three days for the African American community fix hours. Have you ever heard of anybody? Well, so that's the data. That's the data that that the most shocking part is that the average Caucasian keeps it longer than the Jewish folks. That was the shocking piece at the same or longer play together show, the data show, the graph Asians have a twenty six. Yeah. The Jewish were twenty one in the white. Twenty three. I think. Oh, really? Yeah. We're higher than shocked them a seat. Look look. Well, they they keep it a twenty one. We keep it a twenty three, you know, the, you know, who's very good at keeping money is Hispanic. So I wonder if Hispanic white. Hispanic tends to keep stuff in a family that oh banker said their their best risk patient the clients where the Hispanics while the Hispanics that I know is in the family. I mean, they start showing up with their kids. They're working, you know, everybody's. Yeah. Everybody's in the game. So I'm going to bet that in that white block their Manera look that this is interesting, isn't it? How people just sort of a metaphor for what we've been talking about. And how different is if you come from different cultures different in this. He's and something we don't talk about. Well, not as -ociety them. We we talk about it. But I mean, six hours versus twenty eight twenty nine days with Asians. That is that's say now, look most people probably say, well, look, if you were living paycheck to paycheck, and you're just to keep the lights on like many black families than you would spend that money immediately. And if you had more money shocked away, then you wouldn't spend that money immediately. And I don't know exactly how how it works and how it stays in the community. How does it? How does it? Give me a definition, drew. You could. Yeah. Of stays I spend their money outside of their own group. Well, hold on a second. I'm not sure I I'm not sure you'll be nice to know how they arrived at this. Do you know to the best of my understanding from watching this episode? It's spending the money in in businesses that are owned by. The same community. So you could argue that you know, there's not enough opportunity for them to keep it in their community. Right. Which was part of his argument kind of his arguments. You know, there is no way to buy a black made car the the Jewish community. I guess when you tell me if Jews are let's say. Attorneys doctors show biz industries, you know, white collar jobs, that's not owns degreen gross or on the corner. Right, right. That's why I'm not surprised with the Jews because you just go can't. I asked him said the savings is imbedded in this data. Right. Because you have you can save an span if you spend when does it leave the community there's both. So I wanna talk about something for as vita life. We've all heard about CBD it's part of the cannabis plant you can enjoy the benefits of cannabis without the rewarding effects the high vita life full spectrum CBD can help with pain management stress. Exactly even help you get a better night's sleep for some people. These are not yet established or substantiated medical science. 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Fill your best everyday Vitali. These statements have not been evaluated by the food Drug administration. This just it just I'm not sure we have honest conversations about I mean, we'd see like the back in the day to talk more about how to manage money. Yeah. Yeah. Look coming from the family that never had the conversation and growing up with groups of guys whose family never had the conversation. The greatest privilege is not the color your skin, and it's not your gender, and it's not your sexual proclivities or any that. It's coming from a group that has a discussion coming from family. I should say where you have discussions about money and about work like when people I talked to people like my dad worked hard. And my dad told me you work hard, and you'll never do without Bubba Bubba. Bubba work in conversations about money. I choose hadn't never had a conversation with money with anyone in my family. And I never I had no idea what to do with it. How to do with it? You feel like you are. Living in a in a in a foreign culture as a sort of gypsy just sort of wandering around. Like, you got the part where hey, I put in a day working on your ranch, and you give me eighty dollars. Now, I can eat like you got that part like a real basic real stuff that few hundred years old version of money for interest compound interest lows Jackie accounts checking accounts, these things savings account these notions of any of this never never discussed, and I get it. Here's what it is. Either had a thousand conversations about working. My dad grocery store at four in the morning walking through the snow. Your Dan, yes. Thousand conversations about catastrophe tomorrow, he's going to be in the poor house a thousand conversations, but the time I was too weird situation weird. My dad I was in. Host thinking about you. Because in Connecticut playing Foxwoods casino in Matt sent me a tax like, hey, dad needs to talk to your needs talk to mmediately, and I was your new car. Your head. Your voice was ringing my ear couple days earlier 's hey, dad's, getting old I mean, he's going to need stuff, you're Caraman. And I was like, oh, something bad something tragic some something. So before I went out on stage, literally in my I was in my sweet like getting ready to go out on stage. And I was like. I don't know what's going on dancing. Did he slip that injure himself as an issue seen hospital? And there's a part of me that was like just wanna go down the elevator. Go the casino du my damn show. And then there's an opponent's better. Call him before. For go out on stage because I wanna be thinking where is he what's he doing? So. So I call them, and he just like he just picked up the phone and he's like, hey, oh, Adam how you doing? Yeah. Dan them in Connecticut Indian casinos like okay. Listen, I can't drive okay. I go to church in the morning. I okay. What do you think be good way to get me to church? God I said. I don't know how far church. I don't know. Oh my gosh. Well, like, maybe a golf cart or sometimes a golf cart would be good. I said, I maybe church. I don't know how far how far churches baby could drive. I don't know where you are like where I live people occasionally drive around in a golf cart. Like I've seen that before you could maybe drive a golf cart. That's a good idea. I said, yeah. But I don't know. It's the best idea maybe one of those little motorized. Scooter you lark things you could drive on the sidewalk. But I don't know where the church is how how far do you think it is? I don't know. Well, go have Lynn everyone of my conversations. Tell Olga Evelyn ever get on her phone and a computer, and like put your address in and like put the churches, and then, you know, one point three miles point seven mile find out and then than we can find out. What might be good to get you there back. Okay. Okay. All right. The do that call you later. All right up the phone, and I thought. He literally has no it's not about money. He doesn't know what to do with anything his impulses find. So basically, here's what it is that kids got money. Yeah. I need to get to this place. This thing could cost two thousand dollars. I'm just going to call them and tell the fix it. That's is sort of coping now you go. He's old, but no ways whole life. So we didn't have any. There were no discussions on money. His mode is like oh, fine. I dunno go marry someone it's got something. And. Carry the church was he asking for Uber money. No. It wasn't asking for over money. You get this. Resolve. No it didn't. How far the church was. I did not not yet. So when people met, and I've had this conversation timer to when it goes like you wanna drop the car off or take the shuttle, the whatever, and I always go you got to find out if it's a hotel at the airport, or is it further like, I need info or I can't get these. I cannot give you an answer to this question unless you do that you do this. And then I'll give you an answer. You know that this crazy about my dad. My dad probably goes to the church every single morning. Oh every day. Yeah. He goes every day. We're kind of church square. With the shape. I mean, denote what where do every day ever? I don't know the always done that. Now, what did that start? He's our explain in a second. What I'm saying is I can tell you. I could give you real good idea of how far the Mexican food restaurant was from my house simply because I've been there. Yeah. I get it. I don't know why his answers I have no idea like like while. Do you have to get on a freeway because you have to get on a freeway, then there's gonna be no golf carts going to work? But if you can just kinda take the side streets to weird, I don't why my mom and dad share that same. Gene of no information for you. You know, when you go like how long so. And so or how far away they go. I don't know forget it. I think it's just a way of tapping out of to wave getting out of every conversation those people. Well, how do you think? I don't know. Well, how far do you couldn't tell? Well. But approximately I I don't I don't what do you mean? You don't you? Go back and forth. You are uniquely qualified to answer this question because no one on the planet goes to this church and everyday lives in your house. Here's only really one person on the planet who's qualified dance. I know perhaps if a neighbor went they could estimate, but you know, what I mean like, you would know better than anybody. Why have no idea? Oh, you want to talk about finances? The final you're talking about certain cultures family, certain whatever's. I my last conversation is you know, he's going on thinking about moving in the retirement home. I don't know if I can afford it bubble, blah. And I'm going how much you make month everything social security, whatever pension, whatever just all in what he make a month. What's the retirement home cost a month? What what you're not on this house? Or are you going to sell this house or whether you own this house, or what do you think you could sell this house for versus what do you owe on it? And it was one big. The thing. That's crazy is okay. You know, that's a good a good idea. So as you find out find out to take the mount we make and take the amount of cost per month delivered shakers, right? Okay. And then we should times twelve twelve months. Right. And then, and then you could bridge the gap between you know, what we're coming up short every month, and what shade acres costs, and then what we make with pension. But and and I'm saying the same thing, which is I will bridge that gap. But I don't I don't know what the gap is. Because you don't know what per month versus this. And it's like, okay. It's a good idea. Find that out. The thing. That was crazy is these were new notions is were. Awful ideas. Yeah. I mean, I swear to you my dad Emerson were saying, oh, that's okay. That's that's a good idea. That's a smart idea. So we should find out what we make a month, which you find out what tyrant and then what was the other one. Or what the house is worth. These were new novel notions. Not with not with dumb people. Just people have no interest in mind now, obviously, if those people raising you they're not gonna pass along much of anything, right? They wanna talk about it themselves. 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#1100 Trademark to a Hack

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This question a casting question almost twenty four hours. Wow. I was noticed, so my I don't know what what's in it for me. But I love. So I, I was telling you on yesterday's show, watching the Partridge family and I see all these weird characters like pop up. I k- it's, it's, it's buzz the surfer buddy neighbor comes the town in. I'm looking at it now, like oh, this is some twenty one year old kid anything, she's going to be a star. And he's pumped because he got this part on the Partridge family. It's a big deal. That's just a few lines and some dumb jokes can laughter. But I'll oftentimes this, Google the actor's name and wonder what happened to this guy like I'm curious what happened. And sometimes sometimes people are dead. And sometimes they had long, long careers rarely any breakthrough anything just played this part this part this part emergency played patient. Number one in these weird guys playing all these parts and know married this guy heads. Two kids grow up in and seeing teaches acting now or something like this weird little stories, but it's funny to see these people when they're young sort of full of hope and then find out what happened from this point on Lester some of it. I mean some of it is a long career of bit parts and things like that. And another parts are dime. DB ends four years later. They got some job or whatever. But the thing that's interesting to me, and it reminded me when Gary was reading check Cassidy's parts, you know, he was in Colombo three times, and I would see some of these guys and on one episode of the Partridge family, they played the talent scout. And then on another episode they played the orderly at the hospital. And it's like why would you guys use the same guy? Remember, I remember that from the seventies, choosing the same? Guy who is in an episode eleven episodes ago as the talent scout. Now he works at the hospital. Why are you doing that? I think these people like you said they came from theater, Broadway and stuff. And I think they thought of it as a like a community like a summer stock theatre group. And you just you're an active play different differentials King, Lear demain, it's bellow next day or within the same play just put a wig on come back on stay. I think they just kind of thought about it that way. And it was this little. Hey, by, hey man, you're on TV and you did it and the TV worked, and you didn't fuck up. So hey, we'll do that again. I think you're right through. I think that's definitely part of it. There was a different mind. There wasn't so organic authenticity whatever. And there was also. It'd be like the same six people doing different commercials team doing commercials all the time. And I remember being eleven going wait a minute. That guy was a single dad and the other commercial. Now. A family and he's got ring around the collar, like why would they use it because he was able to sell he'd worked he sold? Do it again. The guy who was the talent scout could have been played by anyone or, or anyone's brother and the guys orderly. The hospital could have been anyone. Why do they use the same guy? Also in addition to that community theater kind of feel there also was a. Weird. Elite barrier to entry to be on the television. You know what I mean? Well, something that I brought up a lot, which is. You get an episode and a half in to a seventy sitcom and you'll see trope after. Trope trope, Keith. Partridge is dating the young beautiful Princess and she's in the hotel. So he dresses up like a bell hop and he's going to push serving cart serving cart has the table cloth that hangs down of that he's gonna smuggler and it's like, just like every other show. Now they did that on every show like they did it on the Monkees week before, you know, it's like they did on ever. So there's an element of. Yeah. That's what they do. That's what we worked over there worked on the monkeys now. It's going to work on the Partridge family, and it's like that guy that guy was this talent scout now is an orderly. Why what are you saying? It's like I would be raised my hand go. We'll, but they already did that or they doing TV. This is how we do. It's weird. I never thought about your. I is being part of. Vision really. But I guess we are, and it's interesting to think about that part of television history as being so full of tropes and structure, and, and ridiculous sort of lack of risk taking thing about the fact that the smothers brothers was revolutionary had to be taken off the air. It was too crazy. I think about that's the world that was that was being created. Well, it was definitely an Laffin was flora, wall world changing. It was it was it was a very interesting time in that we had. The essentially the Vietnam war going off at the same time the up with people singers was performing SuperBowl show through, you know, so all in the family, probably started in seventy two maybe seventy three seventy four figure out when all in the family started. Thirty one, seventy one okay? The Partridge family started in seventy so simultaneously, all in the family and Maude where they're talking about abortions and stuff like that. Like they really hung it out like they were pushing hard to get near that edge and good times, and all all that live in the projects being a black man and all kinds of what was going on simultaneously with departure tram on the monkeys. Yeah. The monkeys will before little before. But either way, we were crossing from the up with people singers to the Vietnam war. No, which and things like that. And I mean these ridiculous it can it was ridiculous. But there were on at the same time as the weird when did roots? When did roots for me because we're re route routes was on, while the Partridge family was on and maybe the Brady bunch. You know what I mean? Like, what that, which are seventy seven sorry missed it. What was already done? Are tram is already done? It's L but not Brady bunch there in there. I don't think they were going in seventy seven oh, I don't know where they going seventy seven I think they would wrap it up, but I think they would have come back with a bunch of Christmas. Very Brady special criminal episode seventy four. You know what the that the trademark of a hack is? Tell me. Sherwood Schwartz is a hack. God rest, his soul. He's a world-class hack. And. The gun. What sid Marty Kroft half, total world class hacks, the trademark to a hack. Is you do the Brady bunch, then you do the Brady bunch cartoon then you do very Brady Christmas, then you do Brady reunion, and you keep going back to the fucking hack fucked out half? Well, that's what's in mardi Croft do with Sigmund seamounts Sigmund sea, monsters embarrassment that you guys could chalk up to just bring really high in nineteen seventy four four but move the fuck away hacks. You don't see you will never see you don't see Steve Martin or Jimmy Kimmel guys that go back into constantly real doing the jerk for two thousand nineteen. They, they did it done. Now, I'm writing a book, right? Yes. The super hacks, you know, they're super hectic keep going back to that thing. So sid Marty cross super hacks and Sherwood shorts super hack and all short shorts would do is. Do the Brady bunch. And then for the rest of his life, keep fucking out the Brady, bunch, and Gilligan's island. That's follow ups on that. Yeah. I was two animated version of everything, and then a certain point, there's like, you know, they do like they do the Brady bunch of outer space, stuff like that. It's like. Like. Sigmund? Re. Oh, it's the reboot for Sigmund here, I knew it was coming, but it looks like it may have come out as early as twenty sixteen. It's on Amazon pro David Arquette is the biggest name. But all it is the worst piece of art you've ever seen. I mean in a world World War. Yoko Ono is, is out there. This is worse. This is worse than Yoko Ono, and it's the worst part of my childhood. Those guys are massive hacks, and the idea that they're doing it in two thousand and sixteen is insane. But that's what hacks do now you could say, why don't they do something new and the answer is, oh, they've tried that can't they're hack their hats. Remember their hats, lifelock, everybody. You know there's a black market. No disrespect frequent flyer miles at least a half dozen online markets have listings from criminals trying to resell stolen frequent flyer miles. Who knew they could do that. But does lots of stuff. These lazy guys can do now with the internet and you need lifelock. 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Go to lifelock dot com or call one eight hundred lifelock and use promo code Adam for ten percent off your first year. That's promo code Adam at lifelock dot com or one eight hundred lifelock for. Percent off. If you looked on, like Sherwood Schwartz are sitting mardi cross, I'm db page. One of them is still alive. One of cedar mardi the other one Sherwood short guys live to like their ninety. They had success with shit in, like nineteen seventy four after that point. There's nothing you've heard of except for re attempts of this shit. They shut out in the seventies, it's exactly what you're what you're gonna find planet, Charlotte Sherwood Schwartz. I delivered boozed house once. After the Brady bunch sixty nine to seventy four. Brady girls get married. The castaways of Gilligan's island. Rescue island. Get Brady Brady Gilligan Gilligan Brady Harlem Globetrotters on Gilligan's island. Oh my God buildings. Planet. The Brady's in nineteen ninety Gilligan's island in nineteen ninety two the Brady bunch movie, a very Brady sequel, nineteen Ninety-six Brady bunch in the White House, into am I fucking making any of this shit up. Sure would shorts came out in the piece of shit called the Brady bunch in nineteen sixty nine and died. Doing very, I'll see you in the grave Brady's truth. Two thousand and two. He was doing the Brady's go the fucking White House. Jesus at some point, which should just wrestled the Brady's out of his hands like you'd take a gun away from a retarded kid, like come on handed police set, it down just set it down for me. It's enough somebody getting their keys back when they're drunk. Give me your keys the Gilligan shot Gillian was horrible. The price was horrible. He did that in the late sixties in Alaska didn't two thousand and two was a Brady and there's all Gilligan's island. It's fucking nuts. Right. That can't that won't work today, that guy can't work anymore. Oh, no. Also. I don't know. Does he have any friends or family members like when he comes into the room and nineteen ninety five I have gotten idea? Let me guess. That began radio again, a very Brady Gilligan's island Christmas garland. Do you think of that? Sure would left my and he made kajillions of dollars as producer. Now. Look, you can go, what's your problem with the short shorts? I don't know. What's my problem with drug dealers defect people? They harm people the harm young people. Yes, it's harmed, our culture and our souls. Yeah. You can. Oh, god. Sure. Which Wirtz, I, I've never been writer my life. I haven't looked at as I am Devi page. But my God, it is all Brady and all Gilligan's island. And now we need sid Marty Croff because that's crazy. They are. All right. If you can. Now, look, this, this is not. I am Davies. It's both of them so breaks it up. So we have to read a few sections here. Okay. You can you can take it for a second. Do what I gotta do. So drew now look sin. Marty cross will have more junk, like far out space nuts sitting Cardi mardi, Croff morning, Saturday, it's all shit. Yeah. Shock McCain, and it's all bad, so bad. And then as you get into I predict as you get into the eighties, then you're going to see a lot of rebooting. You know what's interesting is that I just thought of this cartoons used to be the guy I was white a bar. When I watch some cartoon about some superheroes, just whole riffing in cartoons used to be the repository of hack total hack. And it became a place where people with real skill and, and smarts go, which is interesting, yet because it's funny because I've talked like Seth McFarland about what hacks a Hanna Barbera were. And he was like guys are revolutionary geniuses like, yeah. In your mind. Your nine year old mine. They were but when you go back and look at ricochet rabbit, or crepe. Apor mcgilla gorilla. It's like you can't just make words up. Then put it with the animal that rhyme like. Well, we got to we got eight. What's he do? What's his name gorilla gorilla grill? Oh, yeah. Hey, what mcgilla here? Mcgill mcgill. Okay. We'll do mcgilla gorilla. And we'll do ape. Hey, hey rape. Outside of that was a bad one skate, a wait. No, great great. And then you go, what? Oh, that's it? You're genius. And then what's he say? Crap now it'll be do you gotta talk. No. Yeah. Putting he says all he does is say grape perfect. All right. What's our next Brad? Yeah. We've pounded this one out. We beat this thing out. But good. I'm like those guys are fucking colossal hacks. Hong Kong phooey. And I think he was probably talking about the early stuff probably also just use voices that were Flintstones was had of our Barra. But that was to that goes all it was all pretty revolutionary idea sitcom, the people watch, I guess, still bad. And they use also the part would cheat is they would use famous celebrity voices that you didn't know the kids would know and so there are sort of prebaked, prefabbed, names and. All right. So. Did you find anything about the reorganizing the list for just a minute? Let me talk about Pluto, TV leading streaming television service, watch over one hundred television channels thousand the figure of TV this is this is quality. Oh, yeah. And it's thousands of movies on demand completely free. It's not just television movies, too. They don't ask for credit card Pluto TV, don't even have you signed up, you download the app, boom network television movies, all their scrolling by on a menu that you're, so you're used to seeing from your cable, or from your satellite feed. It's easy. It's completely legal to great way to watch your favorite TV shows and hit movies for free. And I say it's free it's for free. Why would you wait? Never pay for TV again. 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You remember the not remember those no often stuff, the bug allays where like these flying. They're like be people. The bug lose the bug lose their in the air and everywhere flying. Then there's the world sitting there saw the bug lose the bug lose. Oh man. He missed the bug lose flying bananas. I don't know what they were doing all. Just nonsense far out space nuts. Land lost. All the worst. But then I don't know what happened after seventy five oh, they did dining Marie Osmond show. Electra woman dining Poland Halloween special. Bigfoot wild boy, captain cool and the cons. Okay. Basically roller show. Oh, they did pink lady, and Jeff, these guys were horrible Barbara Mandrell. He did a lot of those shows prior Richard. Pryor's DC follies, bad Kroft, the late late night land of wait a minute. Land of the lost. No nineteen ninety one. All right. Yeah. Mutt and stuff. These guys, I think they just got super hind just wrote stuff down that rhymed. Also, this would not exist anymore because there's competition Sigmund in the monster. Electro woman Dinah girl. This is two thousand seventeen two thousand sixteen land of the lost two thousand and nine. I mean, this is all this stuff is forty years past the time it came out. Sandra to sad testimonial, which one is sid. And Marty is still as one of them still alive. That was my. That was me. My Dushi est sid is eighty nine Dushi est of all time was, I was on the CBS Radford lot, Alan Kirschenbaum. It was like the mantius of all the Jews who are show runner with hand. We're like went to see what show you doing sitcom that I was starring in Irish doing a pilot and. Walking to the. To the commissary, and we're going to eat on the lot or whatever in Alan, who was Jewish of all Jews in Manchester, all Mench is he said, I got a treat for you guys. And I said, what is it? He said, I think sit Kroft or Marco you still alive, coping introduce fuck that hack. What he's alleged. And I'm like makes shit. And like he couldn't believe I didn't wanna meet him because in his world skies, a huge producer. But in my world, he produces shit. I don't know. My wrong, mardi may also be alive. They're coming for. How do I how, how should I feel about that? They were just lucky to be alive at a time when, that's the as somebody, I knew was a TV preserve time said you, you'd fall into success fell down, you'd be successful. Like these guys, I have seen their work in their creatively bankrupt, and I have no thoughts about meeting them. It to me was like saying you'd like to meet Kim Jong Hoon right now. But he's the son of the guy who ran the place and then the guy died now. He's running the place and it's like yes, so what he do again. It was just born into this world. I mean they had to do something that had to get together and do something, but nothing that would ever be sustainable today, right? Oh, no. Oh my God. No. I mean, look, there was this magic box that had sound images coming into our living rooms. Right. These guys filled it with magical stories that were all cartoons. They're just cartoons. And they were in as I said the cartoons attracted the hacky as the hacks. Well, their stuff was a lot, mostly live action, but still cartoon there was nothing. There was Gilligan's island was a cartoon with people right with big laugh, tracks and just nonsense and hit on the head with a coconut losses memory. So I got hit on the head with the coconut again and they regained his memory like there, I don't know what, what you couldn't write for show like that. That wasn't acceptable. There's always one of the things I do by the way, when I'm watching those shows at the top of those old shows, you know, Brady bunch, or part, I was pause on the writer because like rid by stand Goldman. And it's like. Did anyone even need to write this guy? Even right. I'd forgotten this for thirty years more than thirty years. I was I, I was drifting for a little while during when I was in college, and what I wanted to do, and I took a screen television. Television, your screenwriting class. And there was this guy that ran the class, he was marginal intelligence, like really like kind of impaired. And he said, no, when you read television, you have to write for over eighty and under two. Twenty said and he kept saying that right for just just sparkly images and stuff just things like the web will Z's right. And this is who these marginally present. People were writing television. It's, it's so bizarre because you watch these episodes, and it's just lights up and Danny Partridge gotta racehorse like it's in the garage, and you're like what I wanted to raffle. There was like, okay. Now we. Race. And it's like you want going first off. Okay. Hold on a second. What about the next episode? He's gonna have a racehorse. No play that that's done. But are we gonna have an end where he gives the racehorse away? Now, they're not just he has a ratio, and then he doesn't have racehorse and they don't care. And as far as how did he get the race source or how to get in the garage wise, it the garage, how come the mom doesn't know, like how did work and moving on got racehorse in the garage going to enter it in a row? Leave it to spend their disbelief. I don't know that they got that far down the road with it like talking about how would make people feel. I thought it was just like Keith seeing us off. Also weird too, when they were performed they would perform in these like supper clubs that were clearly just on a sound stage have chairs table setup say, like forty people like nodding their head, but occasional waiter like having a drink. But it's like, what, what is, what is even an office or something, it seemed like what is this circuit? What are they doing? I was looking back on it. 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#1065 I'm Superior & I'm The Coolest

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

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#1065 I'm Superior & I'm The Coolest

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I want to thank our sponsors. Blue dash EMU and dot com. Promo code three, drew, truecar dot com. Politico TV chassis channel. That's our channel over there. Channel five and one yester- have a lot of trouble my voice, right? A lot of horses notice that last week I was still troubled so inside ear nose throat, and they did a little ring disco. They look go all the way down. Look your vocal chords. It's exactly what I thought was going on a fucking mess. But but here here's part of it is due to reflux. And I had to give to stop drinking coffee, and I am stunned difficult that has been it has been really really hard not because I've had any physical withdrawal symptoms that. I'm aware of I've been depressed. I think but it just it is such something. I looked forward to so much every morning, and I would use as a crutch throughout the day. I am. It is really hard. It's amazing. Yeah. I gotta say I start off every morning with a couple of cups and the Pat of butter in there bream, and and I'm very the point very much into that. Yes. It's like little angels winding down my throat. And also do throughout the day. Sometimes for little kick a little boost sometimes after a long day. Get home have another shot on my way to go role on the rowing machine for half an hour. Yeah. Yeah. But it's folks up the reflux McGuire. What is it with the acid reflux? I I know of said this before I'm not trying to rub it in. I've never experienced a reason to take Tom's or an acids or reflux. Well, my long ago, I'm sorry established. Maranta or whatever. But I've also never had constipation or anything we stabbed long ago. That are valves tight that what it is your series gastric junction is tight right. No, no splashing up into the offer. Because that valve tight. I guess so that's one people talk about oh, I love this kind of food. But I can't eat it because I get the I've never really hurt. Really burns reflexes a little bit different than just that. That's a soft. Jarvis more reflexes really like little like, this is sort of sporting stuff up the wrong direction, especially when you live by your back just dripping up, and it gets up to your above the larynx down at your vocal chords. A little bit around your accords. Have you always had that reflects? Yeah. Pretty much so acidic things bad or have everything bad for me. I mean chocolate bag spicy bad. I've always done. Everything was bad, but coffee. I never realized it was contributing them. I mom said beverages. Bad my mom says post them post good and Carib care of not good prayer now. But that's better than Shaw probably better because it's tastes like shit. They did something else. And you wouldn't he wouldn't eat my job either. Well, it's true fair to her. It's so funny stuff she liked closer to would she lows sort of desire. Carib would come in BreX chunks like it was like shale. It is hard to write. It was hard. But you literally buy it in you know, how the super expensive trendy like Venice markets Irwan. Yeah. There was an early on in like Burbank van is real like north Hollywood the recyc- north Hollywood Burbank area. Urwin before Earl this is seventies. Like this. Yeah. It wasn't cool. It was just your mom, and you'll Gibbons and the care of wood as I recall being like a barrel almost and it'd be chunks apt up. Yeah. It'd be wrapped up in cellophane. But it'd be like pieces like bricks, sir. Yeah. Tiles like shale or something it was just like you get a big break or small break. And it tasted weird shirt. Had just as much sugar in it. Oh, yeah. How you Gary. I wanna know the difference caloric -ly between milk chocolate, or I'll know I'll say dark chocolate because you didn't joy milk. But I think dark has less sugar in it. But you would enjoy some dark chocolate a lot more than you would enjoy care of. And my new thinking is the had just as much sugar while you're why are you punishing yourself? All right. Drew tease, something or you and Gary. To to look up metoo or you. Okay. Carries gonna look it up when we were talking a on Monday show. I think you're talking about shows and stand up specials flex. Yeah. So that nature can you name what we named Gad? Right. Can you name some stand up specials even joy d- in the last couple years like a Netflix stand up special? Yeah. Gary O rien them down, and you can tell right now. Go ahead. The last Amy Schumer was very good. The I know the names on the second the first to Tom of standards. That was good the first Christina p stand up loved. I love the the stand up with. Of crap she's been in here when I'm. Female comedians. She doesn't other period. Natasha. Zero and her husband the island. I love that stand up. I'd have to think for few minutes. You know, I got Gad Gada. I like that one. I mean, I could go and go I think I mean, I I'll let you think. Okay. A little bit. I'll let let you organize your thoughts because you've seen them. All. All right. I I'll tell you guys about truecar every car's got a story. Don't it. Well, can you put a price on the stories on the past you couldn't? But now you can because you've got truecar in find out what your car's worth when it's time to sell it or trade it and just go to truecar and to your plate number and your car's details shell pop up then answer a few easy questions. Once you're finished. You get a true cash offer Cynthia minutes, which you can take your local certified dealer cash it out or you can trade it in. So you want a new car we go truecar you wanna use car truecar. You want to cash in your car on a new or used car, you gotta truecar or you just want to go in bring your car and get a check and leave in Newburgh that is true car when you ready for better way to sell or trade in your car. Check out truecar true cash offer not available in all areas to more got two more. If you like the last two allies of slush, jer ones and all the. For God's sakes. The very very big heavy guy. Offi Ruffy man, all the ralphie may once all the prior ones everything every prior stand up. We'll do every prior run is gonna take three being once throw journal the bus here. But I noticed not talk about the missing. Without saying like happy birthday, say to your son. You know, all the things go without saying you say what did he say? So. Now, Gary you can go find the IMDB score for all those. It'll it'll be faster it'll be much faster than you think than the what is it scores. He's just give me a little bit of time here because the last two or whatever. Yes. See once you pop onto one if you scroll down you'll see a bunch of others. What is that? I am DV scorgeous Winston. I'm db has a rating system is it from fans or is it from reviewers or is it just from my. Fans. I think people just watch whatever it is sort of like. Ron tomatoes score people saw the movie, and then there's reveal we getting compared to not talk welcoming between may oh, we may see that goes. All right. Let's see this guy. Sorry. Dave thirty Kansas City. Nope. No different colors out. I hit the wrong one. I'm sorry. This guys hang on. That was Scott Portland. Hang on Scott. Dave. Hey longtime. I I it's going on man. Got a question. I never heard you guys talk though. I haven't every episode about the guy overseas who died on the surgical table getting dick arch with surgery. Came up in the news on my show. I think. Yeah. The I just wanna get Drew's opinion. I think that's a hip affiliation. Here. They don't usually say what you were in four, right? They should not disclose anything unless instructed to write trial. I think if I read correctly, he died for like a complication with the the anesthesia, which is common, right. If you're going to die surgery. That's one of the reasons joy air, something for you. Yeah. Go ahead. Dave. This kind of dick move, no pun intended on the doctors parts just he was there for peanuts large search. I mean, what country was it? Well, I don't remember. I agree. But true, here's something to get outraged about. Oh, yeah. I'm ready. Lavaka man's pouring me cough because it's never like he's ever done that before. But now that you can't with the with the milk that. Yeah. Letter and everything drew. We never talked about this. But I have strong feelings about it, which is to my Demi Moore syndrome. Thanks, man. Which is. I don't like the nine one one calls being public domain, go, right? Because I don't think that's in the public interest, and it could be very perennial. Yeah. When you're Demi Moore's assistant, or whatever and you're calling in and like, she's on the bathroom foreign she's Florence she's convulsing. Like did. She take anything. Right. Well, what drugs did she take? Call you back a cough medicine. It's good or something whatever's legal whatever illegal like he can't say we've been doing blow your freaked out because it's going to be on TMZ that night. Yep. So you may get somebody killed because people don't want to especially if it's a celebrity zone is notable that person on the airline needs to know what the person's ingested agree. You are scared shitless because they did a speed ball or whatever it is. And you don't want to say. Yeah, I agree with you completely. Why someone is going to get killed or may or may have already and why is this for I understand we all pay for nine one one. But the great question doesn't seem like something we need to know, buddy. Garrigo ask him. He he can do something about this. Seriously. I'll I'll talk them. We should we should bring it up proposed to somebody. All right, Scott, how our state works. They don't use their brains at the time a Representative. If you literally go, I have an idea. Why don't we make this no longer public domain? So somebody's or need to go. Okay. Okay. Hey, Scott, Forty-five, Portland. Elo. Yeah. I'm about twenty years ago. I wouldn't into a proctology and had this having tuchus issues where it was almost like a pain was happening just randomly throughout the day in and it was kind of told that oh, it's low baiter spasm where there's really nothing where was it. Like in the in your would Adam calls, your taint. Right at the entrance exits. Yeah. And it was about twenty years ago. And there's really nothing you can do about it. You know, you'll just be having Evan this. And so and it kinda went away for a long time and recently passed six months once every you know, week, you know, you'll kind of get a jolt and the kinda remind you that they have there's something happening. I was curious is there's a bus to technology. Come with anything. Them having just sort of passed off the diagnosis that way is a little bit. Inaccurate. I mean, you know, the they used to call it proctology few Jack, sometimes the call a pupil cottages. Muscle, spasm, its various different things. And it's just a sort of a, hey, I know a garbage bag diagnosis, then I got in trouble for here for using that term doctors throw a bunch of different terms into one bag because it's just a collection of syndromes. And exactly what it is hard to nail down. For instance. Is there any relationship to Jackie relation with this? No, no, you're in Asia. Your your nation. No. Nope. Stool movements bowel movements. No, no, everything. Everything's fine. It'll I could just be where I'm sitting or standing or, you know, just throughout. Laying on the couch, and they've been kind of startled you wake you up. You know, kind of. Hey, well, they're urological things prostate things that trigger it, and that's sort of where you wanna look around just to be sure there's not something that way. But otherwise, it's just one of those things and exactly causing it as hard to nail down. Exactly what must group spasm. Also little difficult to talk about to die. What is the right age to go in for a prostate exam? You go it wouldn't fifty. Hang on every year after fifty unless you have a first degree relative with prostate cancer every year after forty. Drew? I told you when I went into your clinic Mia. And the nurse. We're getting ready to get. We'll then and she was like you've had to the hand colonoscopy four. And I said, no. And she went oh first rodeo. Why I'm talking about radio? You know what I mean? Painful. You know, what I mean what sport? More appropriate and on point could she be I, you know, in a way, you're Ryan like she. She should be commended. Yes, nailed it. Because he said like first time inobound see castle when not have made sense. Coffee, and they're, you know, it's a very funny to me never before this in the history of my working on these podcasts. Have I mentioned how much I longed for coffee ever seen him drink a Cup of coffee. Not oh, and Gary and carbonated drink now with the first time he's ever come. Coughing. Doing good, boss. Seems to be really enjoying this Cup of coffee to which I what caught my eye, and he said you wear in the bathroom. But during the break, he said you need a top off. And he called me Hon. So you're right. There's something going on here. Something mad in the history of this show that I wanted coffee and couldn't drink it. Yeah. There's there's obviously something going on because Maggard Matt was triggered. He's torturing me. I swear it's torture. He's torture me. I like to think he doesn't know what he's doing. I'd like to think this is pure and wild random and incompetent is called priming. Actually, it's priming our brains give you prime to a topic and suddenly become something you're thinking about working with. So we talking about particularly saying I wanted it that he wanted it persuasion works that way too. Well, it is it is if you want to if you want to dive into it a little bit I've done a couple thousand shows Matt's never come in with the pot of coffee off. And yet that seems like a very sort of. Flamboyant way of saying look this good coffee. And you and you and you made the joke about him being like a waitress at a cafe. But that's kind of what it was. Hey, I get some coffee. You know? I'm really to give you something. Good and warm something that drew really would like right now longs for incredibly. Well. Yeah. But it's. No. But it's interesting, and it's. You you bring up a subject the subject get Indian adult put emotional content into the subject, which is the persuasion part. Yes. Because you talked about how great it was how I miss how you lamented knifing partake in that made us who can partake go. Well, it's a good thing. Metric up of coffee. The tire time. We've done this podcast. And and and back there with a flurry enjoying it. That was what caught my eye. Anyway, Chris Gary, you get the I'm db. All right. I just listen basically by the name of the comedian and the end the year of the special so you getting into zone where people at least like the stand ups or by my range zero zero to ten and anyone in the fives is going to be not a good thing. And as you get into the sevens and eights, there's only better thing, you only got two five on here out of about fifteen so we'll start with Elisa her twenty sixteen special rated six point five twenty seventeen special rated seven point two for ralphie may his two thousand six special seven point five two thousand seven seven point two thousand eight six point six two thousand twelve six point five two thousand thirteen five point five two thousand fourteen six point seven Gad. Is it Emlyn MLA? Okay. The first one of everyone's five, okay? The last one twenty eighteen seven point two for the tasha and Moshe casher special from twenty eighteenth six point eight such a good story Christine. Appease 2017 Netflix specials. Six point four Amy Schumer twenty nineteen five point three Tom sikora's dweller some haters. Yeah. Twenty fourteen outing seven point eight and his twenty sixteen outing seven point five all right now. Adam Corollas IMDB number. Nine point. Oh, there you go through but not good enough to get on net flex. No. Of course, not. You can't find you cannot name a comedian who gets into the eights and nobody in the nines. You didn't get like Dave Chapelle get into the aids. This isn't me going on better than these guys. This is me going these guys made it on head flex. This is the data the data of they made the cut. So I'm not saying, I'm better. I'm saying include me in the group that would make the cut. Yes. Yeah. All right or now. Or no. Yeah. Again, it's not really. Spilt milk our job. My job is wanna put something out. If it doesn't, you know fight make a documentary, and it doesn't make it into any film festivals. I have to go what product and my making my making a inferior product or am I making a product. That's good enough. That's not making it in as producer. Right. I'd like to know. And so run some dad, I don't really have a way to determine that. I can't go. Well, I like it. And or my mom. I I like it. I liked it. That's not good. That's not gonna work. So what we need is. We need to get a rating from IMDB or we need to go to a rotten tomatoes and see what the people thought of it or the critics or whatever it is. And then if it gets a high score, you go well, it good enough statistically to make it in now wise, and it getting anywhere have to then figure out what the next stage it every time you say something like that. I just remember one time you and I went into a meeting with a guy who is the head of late night. I think at NBC and executive and you asked him some questions about some other late night shows, and he had no idea what you're talking about. Remember? This sounds familiar. Yeah. And you. I can't believe the people responsible for comedy for network aren't funny. Don't know funny and have no idea what else is on television. It is it is it's a little alarm and ever that. It was really kind of education for of the guys who are talking to like didn't care weren't funny. Had no idea. Yeah. I agree with that. But I don't think this is just pure incompetence. I think there's a little bit of an your number one. I am. Me was he told me. Number one, Matt favorite stand up special indoor Gary besides yours. Schick that good answer. I seem answer if we're going side from your I have another answer, but go give me your number. Give me your answer. My number two lately is probably one of the Jim Jefferies ones from the early twenty ten era. Look it up and that. These train as well. His free dumb, which wasn't his most recent one. But the one before that I thought was one of his most incredible specials ever, you prepared for seven point seven point seven. All right now. Look, I only got one hundred twenty votes. So they it'll it'll go down as it gets higher. I expect that but once you get into over one hundred that's a sample. Yeah. It's sample size. The main thing is what's up with? I'm DB. I mean, you take your favorite comedians of all time, and no one can crack an eight. I wonder if you have any everyone, I honestly you guys out your favorite stands of of of all time and seven four. I suspect. That's because commies a funny taste, you know, what I mean? People have weird taste comedy. Yeah. And they get and they can hate on these days. They can start hating comedians and just driving their stuff down. Just because they said something they didn't like I throw in what I consider probably the most commercially popular special of all time at Murphy, delirious, eight point two, all right? But how many reviews gang thousand five hundred on Eddie Murphy. It's pretty hard to get most of us ago. Ones are more in the eleven, you know, those comedians that I was listening appeared to be just over a thousand type deal. Yeah, they get higher. They're going to go lower. There's just thousands that much higher than yours and it's back to ten, but it's it's still the sample should be about the same. Ten thousand. All right. That's a scatter. Well, my feeling was is I didn't wanna count anything till I got to one hundred and I just gotta get hundred votes or fuse or whatever can't deal with nineteen or seven. All right. So anyway, I'm superior and I'm the coolest while. We'll see. But I already knew it. Boy, you've you show me someone who knows the coolest and no one has ever told them. And I'll show you person. I can't hang with. Yeah. You feel that way? Yeah. I I'm I'm just I don't know. I feel like to me it's some of what is contributed to the general personality of our populous in the United States lately. And I'm starting to get tired of it and concerned about it. That's all when he made it just the entitlement the history onyx, the the the world represents in every relationship represent something to them rather than just being logical and dispassionately valuating the world you live in. It's all packed with all kinds of emotional material that is sort of not necessarily real the, I'm I'm with the end the sense that I'm having trouble with educated adults saying things that don't track right? And because it's emotional the they are tracking. Because but I'm I'm always kind of caught off guard by it like. I'm also super naive in a certain way. Like, sometimes you'll go politician actually believes that someone go down. But he's lying. I'll go. He's like, I don't think people lying weird thing where if you don't lie it's confusing to you when people live not it's not that. You don't understand people lie? It's just it's confusing. It's like, you can't believe can't quite process. It's like why would they do? Why would they lie you'd say confusing? Yeah. It's confused. Yes. You were asked something, and you're giving an opinion, and why would you lie? I my I'm somewhere in between. Why? And how like how would you lie? You have to answer. They are asking you a question. I see where we laughing about Bernie Sanders and his. His paying the taxes. One made me laugh because I I'm not a fan of Bernie Sanders. But at all, but I think of 'em is seventy eight year old man with an education, and wisdom and kind of integrity, although it's misdirected misguided integrity. But I look at Vince very authentic, and you know, he was in it with mixing it up with Hillary Clinton. And he was like enough about the mouse. Let's get on with the debate. And you know, then he gets stabbed in the back by the DNC. You know, like if it's funny that the guy that was like, I don't want to drudge up a bunch of garbage. I wanna talk about the matters at hand. And then he gets this shift. Right. So I look at him as like. With an authenticity. And I do not look at Hillary Clinton that way at all, right? But I look at him is authentic. And I think we can all kind of go. Well, this politician seems like a BS artists, and then that person seems like what they're talking about. And that person seems like I disagree. I put people in different categories, which is I don't agree with much of what Bernie Sanders says. But I believe he believes it, and I believe he's authentic. Yep. And when they told me should pay taxes as he's trying to make everyone else. He says. Pay what I o and then and then they what you're a millionaire. You could write a book to write. I know you are. But what am I it was crazies when he was like, why don't you pay fifty two percent? Like the personal because I'm not suggesting I'm not interested in that. It's an insane response to what is a little bit of a grain standi question, but also legitimate, which is this is what you're advocating for why don't you participate in what you advocate for what the overall textural being California of his fifty two. Then we'd be like sixty five seventy five seventy percent overall. I also find it troubling when they get over the Mason Dixon line. Fifty percent. He went more than half than the state wants the rest. Right. All right. I'll tell you what. We'll load that up for tomorrow show. The Bernie clip play for Dr drew mean. While there's offbeat with Ricky Anderson and MIR Harris Gerry's producing Gary what say you, my friend. This is a excellent show with two people whose names you may not recognize the guest names, you will. I I one was aim low who's the chief executive of content over at apple we've got news like Michael Jordan and rapper that may not be Adams favorite. But is a undeniably huge name coming soon. So definitely check out offbeat with Ricky Anderson and MIR Harris Kony is coming. A Gary says, it's it's a real deal. So check that out on podcast one Taco Bell material nine point. Thank you very much. Well, not saying better in those guys in the same ballpark. Right. Why not what the hell? Available now at chassis to us in a Y dot com. And also, you can check it out on items and Amazon to and stand up specials coming up, Sherri, stand up comedy everywhere. Brea improv coming up may seventeenth eighteenth. Go to an Pearl dot com for everything you need and chassis for more movies and raising Veira what he got podcasts and all. So the next time doctors say Mahala. This is Corolla digital. Ludo TV the leading free streaming television service watch over one hundred channels and thousands of movies on demand completely free. Pluto TV never ask for credit card. You don't even need to sign up to watch for free political is easy. It's completely legal. 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