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Why MI6 is hiring teenagers; & the Chilean gangs flying thieves to the UK

The Leader

13:38 min | 7 months ago

Why MI6 is hiring teenagers; & the Chilean gangs flying thieves to the UK

"Subscribe to the leader to get all of the evening. Standard's news commentary and analysis every day at four pm now from the Evening Standard in London. This is the leader. Hi David Malls. Linda M I six is lowering. Its minimum recruitment age to eighteen. The big challenge facing my six a currently is technology and how far technology is developing deputy political editor. Nicholas sessile on his exclusive story. Why does the spy agency NEAT teenagers also phaser recruits back in their home country? Porna- flights to the UK contact. You gives them the carbon multiple phones and then they will target these areas. Which are pre-selected targets? Leeann Coleman on the Evening Standard investigation into gangs from Chile coming to the UK to break into wealthy people's homes. Taken from the Evening Standard's editorial column. This is the leader for the whole thing. Pick up the newspaper or head to stand in the CODA. Uk Slash Comet in a moment the young minds helping the UK spies. This is not your father's spy agency. Today's M I. Six exists in a dizzying wild of fast paced tack evolution and global opponents. Don't care what university went to. This is the era of bedroom. Hackers and social media influences time when twitter bots can allegedly influence elections the UK's intelligence of US knows it needs to get smarter and it needs to get younger evening. Standard's revealed at my six is lowering its recruitment age to eighteen years old and the editorial column incident. Good Idea Am I. Six is aim is tapping earlier to a new generation of young people who have grown up with technology at the center of their lives. The agency hopes these teenage recruits can bring new skills and insights and help it keep ahead of its targets. None of the plan teenage recruits will join us. Spies in the traditional sense although some could eventually progress to become fully-fledged intelligence officers later instead they will start in roles such as tech business support and human resources but while this might sound less glamorous it also exposes the truth that in today's world. The effectiveness of our intelligence agencies depends heavily on back room. Talent as it does on the more conventional roles. What is also important about today's shift in approach in M I? Six is the connective desire to widen further the social mix of its recruits and to dispel what it insists is the misplace notion that it's jobs are only open to those with an oxbridge education. You get an old style tap on the shoulder. Deputy political editor Nicholas sessile joins me from an undisclosed location Nicholas. Why does my six teenagers? The big challenge facing Mo six currently is technology and how technology is developing so that they're keen very much to recruit younger generation to the service. This is partly because the younger people tend to live technology so they don't have to learn like older generations do so it comes naturally to them and you went to an event. Where am I six had invited? Some young people come along and kind of get a flavor a taste of what it is to work for the spy agency happen. Who was there and what happened. Yes emo six invited thirty teenagers for him in London through Virga charity called the Big Kid Foundation. So so these teenagers were invited to the intendant services Vauxhall Cross headquarters. And this was part for recruitment effort to broaden the social backgrounds of people they recruit from Lord sort of activities. Where the gang up to did. They took part in one test game where they had to try and contact. People linked to a alms dealer code-named beetlejuice and what was very interesting is how they responded is a immediately immediately thought of tech solutions so some of their thoughts about the psychology of approaching people but the other people came up with ideas about finding people's Ip addresses and so on to to get to them online or through other technological. Means so one thing that I think. A keen to emphasize is that these people will not be given licenses to kill and sent off across the world to to fight enemies in mortal danger. These are more mundane positions within the agency. Only yes th. That's still very important jobs Often support jobs but certainly Sir Alex younger. The head of our message was very keen to explain to these teenagers. That am I. Six offices do not have license to kill that they abide by the law and also they adhere to British values. But then if you showed the appropriate skills values and that's you'd you could apply to be an intelligence officer. More directly combating the threats from hostile states terror groups a major quite gangs. It's kind of a first food through the dual really isn't it? And there's a good salaries with these business support officer starting at just over twenty nine thousand pounds. That would be nice if you're eighteen. Yes no that was a very good starting salary and certainly for that job which is currently being being advertised. You could be part of a spying team doing the admin work for it so even though you're not immediately on the front line you still I think very much feel politics the Organiz Ation. So Nichols the teenagers who were at this event. What kind of things with the saints you were. They surprised at how open am I? Six is the they were surprised and most of them if not all of them only realized that they were going to six when minibuses pulled out pulled up outside the security gates and speaking to some of them afterwards. They were saying. It's a reality check. We didn't realize jobs were available and one in particular was quite chesting. He said are didn't realize these jobs with just one. Click away said not only. Is it the geographical proximity of too many of where these people live but also they again look look at things online through technology? And so it's a click while the postal application that they would consider next. It's constant game of cat and mouse that you have a lot of money and they will find new ways to be able to get people to come to the UK to carry out the big. Three's to target the homes. The Am Coleman's been investigating how criminals are able to fly into the UK from Chile the Chilean passport is the most widely accepted in Latin America. It gives holders visa-free travel to one hundred and seventy four countries including the U K. last October. It was used by two men to enter the country break into celebrity chef. Marcus Weddings London. Home and steal a whole Around thirty three thousand pounds. They've been jailed along with two accomplices but the evening standard's teamed up with Chilean magazine Revista capital to investigate how gangs from that country are targeting Britain and how they get in Liam Coleman's be working on the story Liam the idea of bug La's plotting London raids from Chile sounds incredible. How does that work? Cesar recruited back in their home country. Porna- flight to the UK. Where THEY ONCE? They arrive over here to contact. You gives them a carbon and multiple phones and then they will target these areas which are all pre-selected targets. Which are sometimes we understand that being marked up by using spray paint to sprint in Orange Doctor House or is a certain number. That will let thieves to say. Look this house. Is You know it's empty? There's there's no one here this. This is how this should be one that you should be going to. The most of them told how they can be security alarms. Where the best place then properties full and where to you know where to hunt for valuables. They'll be affluent families that may be fly away on holiday for long periods of the year. They'll be you know in particular instance where I spoke to someone who's been a dog written a house in Wimbledon and basically she taking the dogs and came back in our so later On she'd found this safe from the house. It'd be ripped out. You know that that these big leagues had gained entry through the first floor because they knew that that was the way to be the security system. Liam the Marcus. Wareing cases really highlighted. What's been happening for people who have been convicted? What we know now about that case over four of them and we wanted known criminals back in Chile where it came from over a number of different series defenses in particular one of the members Danko Caveat Caveat at four outstanding arrest warrants. He was detained early last year and spent fusion false passport and he's arrested in Italy a few weeks later and the board back to Chile. George Rowe Hastert report from the US. Last March denied and Jimmy Moon flava but despite the both those men along with ever committees and Nicholas Petir Stoeger and cloud butte and also and they were all allowed to come into the UK and they were all allowed to carry out this big quite. Interestingly as well when Kavala arrived in the UK cannot tell but before breaking despite having number of outstanding arrest warrants and for crimes including robbery possession. He was also used identity documents pretending to be brother Jordan. These four men all very well known to police forces outside of the UK And despite that we still able to attend these tourist visas which ultimately led to the thirty thousand pound raids on Mr Waring term and Wimbledon. What did they tell you about efforts to stop them? So I spoke to Tony Smith who is the former director general of UK border forks? And what he explained to me is that at the moment there is a number of different things going on in a post brexit era. They ought to try and crackdown on on stopping these criminals being able to enter our country. One of those things in particular is cool that ETA to bring in electronic travel for is Asians which is similar to what they have over in the US and Canada. Where before anyone will get on a plan. Who's seeking visa fervor government? Check to be carried out to find out. Where were these guys have got you know criminal history? A general background check which will prevent them in his as anything that flags up that would alert authorities to tell them that they shouldn't be in our country then action will be taken and they won't even be able to get on that plane in the first place and then another thing. Mr Smith actually quite interestingly too and spoke to me about was the use of e you. Id Cards said that these are far easier to be able to forage far easier to make copies of biometric passports at the moment so he said that another thing is basically banning. The use of these cards likewise. We'll we'll stop these tourist burglars hopefully coming into the country few that way. He said Essentially Unites Constant game of cat and mouse. The criminals have a lot of money in some instances. You know they've been meters of these gangs in in America and they will find new ways to be able to get people to come to the UK and get them into the country to carry out the burglaries to target the homes. And that's the leader. You can subscribe through your podcast provider and get in touch with us on social media using the Hashtag. The leader podcast. We're back on Monday at four PM.

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Ep. 74: Bill Gates, Fauci, and the Plandemic Mafia

The Michael Cheney Show

22:47 min | 5 months ago

Ep. 74: Bill Gates, Fauci, and the Plandemic Mafia

"The Michael Chaney show pumping unlicensed liberty and financial freedom directly into your eardrums. Here's your host Michael Chaney. Hello Michael Chaney and welcome to this episode the Sinister Dark World Bill. Thanks globalist Mafia. So we're GONNA be diving into detail today. All the monetary connections between key individuals in this kind of plan if you like now again. I'm not saying that they planned the virus but certainly plan their response to this. And we're going to talk today about the money involved. A deep dive further into the World Health Organization and the links between Bill Gates will health organization found she and even some key scientist as well as kind of shocking at the same time. Not really shocking Some of these links to the I've managed to uncover here came so we're going to start out over at the Parliamentary Assembly of Europe. Now you might remember a few years ago. There was a swine flu outbreak and also there was an h one n one outbreak and a number of individuals around the world politicians and scientists questioned that the World Health Organization had faked a pandemic and actually got to a hearing and the page that you'll see. We're on here right now. This is the kind of summary of this hearing and I just want to read some parts of this out to you so again. This was the Parliamentary Assembly of Council of Europe and it launched an investigation to the World Health Organization as to claiming that had done a falsified pandemic now Chuck called poll. Flynn can see this here. Pull Flynn from the UK was appointed to prepare the report. And this is what he had to say. The world has been frightened by a series of healthcare SARS. Avian Flu and now swine flu. We now know in hindsight that the fears that were aroused do not appear to be justified so he wants to know how decisions on pandemics on taken all they take it on the best scientific epidemiological evidence or are they influenced by other interests. That is the basis of this complaint. Now yes this was back to the h one n one so-called pandemic but it just goes to show that even then back then an individual's scientists and some politicians was starting to question whether or not the World Health Organization was declaring fake pandemics. This is very very important. In what way currently being faced with at the moment here in the UK. Still on the lockdown the The curve has been flattened well on the way down. Even if you basically assumed that the figures have been flighted which if you've seen previous episodes in Neiman CEO putting out the We know that Cova deaths are being measured. People that die with Cova did not die because of Covadonga guard rule out. Ground has been exaggerated so it looks like People onto the World Health Organization before also in this report a doctor Wolfgang. Whoa dog at said we were told again. This is by h one n one but it also shows you where we're at right now and we were told this was a flu which would threaten humanity and millions would full. This is why millions of dollars of medications were bought the WHO basically held the trigger full. The pandemic preparedness plans. They had a key role to play in deciding on the pandemic around. Eighteen billion dollars was spent on this pandemic worldwide. Does any of this sound familiar? You've got to think about this. This is kind of what they're saying right now. Is it now that they've declared this pandemic? They said that millions of people are going to die now. They've downgraded I mean even in the UK. Initially they said five hundred thousand that was Imperial College London. They downgraded one day off after. The lockdown is no way any results have come from one day of lockdown but downgraded from five hundred thousand to twenty thousand deaths. And as we've seen even the deficit they all counting and not dying because of cove. They just happened to be tested. Positive for the virus is crazy. Crazy stuff as shocking but not shocking. He continues the doctor. Wolfgang Whoa dog again. Talking about the World Health Organization goes on site quote. The definition of a pandemic was changed by the World Health Organization. Millions vaccinated for no good reason. It's not even clear that the vaccine had positive effect because it was not clinically tested and again. This is something that's going on right now. With Cova Nineteen. He continues quote in my view. The World Health Organization undertook an incomprehensible action which cannot be justified by the scientific evidence. The Council of Europe should investigate this to see how the World Health Organization can undertake this kind of dangerous nonsense say a leading viral specialist. Dr Br trying to bring the World Health Organisation to account during the H One n one pandemic several years ago obscene already that the World Health According to them had launched this fake pandemic to try and pump money in the pockets of businesses that were making vaccines. We're going to build more this time talk like exasperated by we're going to talk more about this and also about Bill Gates and West found chief fits in why Imperial College London fits in. But let's just talk briefly about another quote from this piece which was Dr Sorry Professor Doctor Already Kyle. He's the Director of epidemiology at the University of Munster and he said quote in Germany about ten thousand deaths are attributed to seasonal flu especially among older and frail people only a very small number of deaths namely one hundred and eighty seven can be attributed to the h one n one virus in Germany and many of those are dubious and again this mirrors. Does it not the exact circumstances right now for covert nineteen yes. The numbers are higher but as we said they're being exaggerated but many of them are Julius and declared this pandemic he goes onto say quote. We are witnessing a gigantic mess. Allocation of resources in terms of public health governments and public health services are wasting huge amounts of money and investing in pandemic diseases whose evidence base is weak. I mean it's pretty damning stuff is and again. This was with age one Enron. Nowhere near the kind of repercussions in government actions. That we're seeing with cove in one thousand nine. Which again is based on incomplete and inaccurate data according to many many scientists in virologist and epidemiologist around the world off. Guardian summarized this very very nicely with this quote here of course nothing came of it because pace were making allegations against the World Health Organization the World Health Organization. Don't break the rules. They make the rules amazingly probably because no one ever learn anything from history. We all believe the World Health Organization this time. And that's kind of where we're at. Isn't it that people are just taking this as red? Even though the World Health Organization am makes up the rules as it says here on off guard him but yeah as a site that with h one n one a lot of the people saying that this was a pandemic and voting for it to be a pandemic were paid and working full vaccine companies. Look at this. This is on I. Ss SIS says here. The truth is out. More than half of the experts advising the World Health Organization to declare the swine flu pandemic a linked to drug makers that have reaped huge profits from untested vaccines and flew drugs. And it goes onto say here at the height of the pandemic scare you case chief. Medical officer warned of up to sixty five thousand deaths. The death toll now stands at two hundred and fifty one and the UK government is now trying to offload up to one billion dollars worth of unwanted swine flu vaccine so this is obviously with the swine flu outbreak. It then says goes onto say among the three UK experts with industrial links. Listen to this professor Sir Roy Anderson. Okay he's the rector of Imperial College London now Imperial College London but they created this report that started Toronto. Virus knock pair reviewed released it. They would guiding government all the decisions in government. We were told by the UK government being made by the sciences at Imperial College of London. But have a look at this. This Imperial College of London Guy. The rectus Arroyo Anderson was also a non executive director of GlaxoSmithKline One of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world that develops vaccines. He received. Eighty seven thousand pounds which is probably one hundred thousand dollars or so for six board meetings in two thousand and eight and twenty nine thousand pounds worth of shares since the swine flu outbreak. The HSIEH's of risen in value by more than ten percent. So just in case would not following the dots. Here we have the World Health Organization which is fondly funded largely by governments and Bill Gates Bill Gates parts in over three hundred million dollars a year. He also Has Funded and founded many of the other organizations that money and including an organization called Gavin which he founded which several million dollars in many of the pharmaceutical companies. If you remember previous video I released also millions of dollars into the World Health Organization. The ones that develop. Vaccines Gates supports. Them is paid millions in grants. And he's on the board of many of them so that's the World Health Organization. They declare a pandemic completely unbiased. Right and then the companies off and develop the vaccines and they sell them for profit. It's it's crazy and here this guy. So Roy Anderson. Let me just switch over. Switch gears a minute have a look at this. Guy Okay. So this is the same guy we're talking about. He was on the Board for Glaxo SmithKline. Okay one of the largest pharmaceutical companies. Also a big supporter in a big pay enough to the World Health Organization and yet he's he's working for Imperial College London. Which is supposed to be unbiased? Giving government advice of what to do regarding covert nineteen out bright but can have a look here if we dive into the sky. This is a GlaxoSmithKline report. I found in terms of remuneration. This is for two thousand nineteen and we can see the entry for him here. So Roy Anderson. He was paid twenty eighteen. Sixty four sixty. Four pounds isn't very much but this is in thousands of pounds so he's paid sixty four. Thousands of pounds is also says here. He did retire from the board in two thousand eighteen but he was still on the board. What's swine flu? Outbreak was there and he was so he's being paid by the vaccination companies. He also pay the world. Health Organization Weld Health Organization declared a pandemic Glaxo Smithkline develop vaccines for that pandemic and Shell is including the person here who works for Imperial College. London gets more profits if that's not corrupt. Then honestly I I really don't know what is it goes on this this wormhole if you like rabbit hole continues again. This is more collaborations between GS K. And Imperial College London. You can see here. New Collaboration to target malaria between Impart Imperial College London Unjust K. We've also got here a special page on Imperial College website for Glaxo Smith. Kline says the engineered medicines lavar artery. Em L. is a unique collaboration between the Global Healthcare Company GlaxoSmithKline and Imperial College. The aims to develop transformative advances in the discovery development and manufacturing a future medicines. Wow Wow so jess K. Is Paying millions to World Health Organization Imperial College? London is has people on the board of Glaxo Smith Kline World Health Organization declared a pandemic. Gsk K. Develops VACCINES EVERYBODY'S CONNECTED SUGGESTS K? Gets PAID GETS MORE MONEY? World Health Organization gets more money. Imperial College London GETS MORE MONEY. The individuals that particular rector. He gets more money because he was given shares. And he's on the role is on the payroll. It's crazy it's crazy Kim and it goes deeper than this. Have Look at this guy you might recognize this guy okay. This is professor Chris Witty. He's the leading an expert the chief medical officer for the. Uk's this guy you'll see him on. Tv is even on the cove in nineteen adverse in the UK. And he's recommend he's giving government direction on what to do and you know giving them the the stair on The direction they should take in the Polish policies. They should make have a look at this picture here with him. Locking Roberson has to getting a vaccine. How will this bill and Melinda Gates Foundation handed him forty million dollars for malaria research way below white white? Second wait a second. Give me. Give me a rewind. This is the guy who is supposed to be an independent scientists advising the UK government on their cove in nineteen strategy recommending. That people stay at home. The only way we're going to get through this is where the vaccine. He's been paid forty million dollars by Bill Gates. Hello unbelievable on but leave and it goes on to say. Let's have a look at this next part. This is from you Rica. Alerts have a look at this. Let me make sure I've got this correct. Am Okay. Professor Chris. Witty is the principal investigator for the. Act CONSORTIUM HE COMMENTS. This is after getting the forty million dollars from Bill Gates. We are delighted. There have been great strides forward in developing new drugs. We now have to start to get them to the people who need them the funding by the Gates Foundation to these studies on the full consonants. Booze concentrate on Africa will help determine how best to achieve this. Suede con- conflicting second. You turn it. Tell me the government here in the UK and bearing mine these Reports have been developed by other people in the UK is being used worldwide. We give them to trump against the US in driving strategy as well we're going to come onto FAO gentle about him in a second as well but these scientists are not independent. It was revealed just yesterday or the day before also that there was a politician on the so-called sage team in in the UK. Secret team called the Sage Committee. That is making a scientific decisions. Which drive policy on covered nine seen in the UK is supposed to be? Scientists are completely unbiased no commercial connections no political connections or Johnson's lead a political adviser is on. That committee is attended. Numerous board meetings. He's been given ideas given impo and driving decisions that supposed to be scientific and it came out. It was leaked a couple of days. Go by the garden so these puppet masters are pulling the strings all levels. We've got gates at high level buying out the World Health Organization of investing in all these vaccination companies the World Health Organization declaring the pandemic got these scientists which been paid off by the corporations paid off by Bill Gates. It's it's horrible as it. Is it shocking in its complexity but also not shocking at the same time? So let's continue. Let's talk about found she. Then let's move on. This is one second. This is foul Chico. All know found. She's the director. Us National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Of course he's the figurehead. If you like of the scientific community at the moment in the US drive in the decision. They're also lead scientific advisor. This was him talking with his relationship with the GAVITT alliance. Okay remember this Gavitt Vaccine Alliance. What is the GAVITT vaccine lines? Well let's just jump over here too good when you see. It says here according to Wikipedia. Gabby officially Gary. The vaccine alliances public private global health partnership committed increasing access to immunization founder Bill and Melinda Gates so this is and found she talking about his and his institutes Relationship with Gavitt which was founded by. Bill Gates says here. The two organizations have different. The person asks. How can you work together? He continues quote as I was telling Seth if you look at the spectrum you Gavin develop vaccine and get it into the arms of people who need them we the Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease. Work on the upstream component of the fundamental research development and is way up in the upstream and Gabby is way down and the downstream one would think there is a big spice between the two but as we were talking their areas of synergy outright collaboration between us in setting the standard of what is needed. And what kinds of research questions are important to answer right so this guy basically is in the pocket of Hill Gates. Bill Gates is founded the Gavitt Vaccine Alliance Guy the Bill Gates Foundation. We've got fat. She is collaborating with them. The very work very very closely Bill Gates and found she for many many years. Let's have a look at another piece. This is from a press release over on the Gates Foundation website and this is talking about the World Health Organization talking about the National Institute of Allergy Infectious Diseases. Remember that's the institute that found she heads and the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Unisex in here as well and the title of this is Global. Health leaders launched decade of Vaccines Collaboration from the bill. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Which is the thing. That's headed up by Falconry K. So what it says here We have announced all these people. People just said the World Health Organization the Fancy Institute He's heads up and the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have announced a collaboration so increase coordination across the International Vaccine Community and create a global vaccine. Action Holcombe this plan will build on the successes of current work to achieve key milestones in discovery development and delivery of life saving vaccines the most vulnerable populations in the poorest countries over the next decade. And if we have a look you dive deeper down again. This is on the Gates Foundation website. They have a leadership council for this initiative. And WHO's part of that while we have thoughts are Margaret Chan who's director-general of the World Health Organization? We have an individual cold. Dank Dr Anthony Fao g director of the NRA A a we've got the guy We have a guy from the African leaders alliance and we have Dr Touchy Amada President of Global Health at the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. So again as with with all this stuff. I'm putting the dots out there. You join them and now it's complicated do is I know. It is a real rocket science thing when you have an organization that has been paid by vaccine companies in paid By billion globalist. And then you have the same organization. Declaring pandemics which benefit the profits of companies that are paying them and scientists who are advising governments which are also being paid by these billionaires globalist and by the pharmaceutical companies though scientists have been paid full and being given shares and money by the Big Pharma companies on the globalist to advise government. I can see how you might look at this and think I can't join the dots a con. Join the DOTS. Michael is too complex. What you're trying to tell me so there you go. That is the police. Shares are putting out there as one as as wide as you can to get more info and get regular updates. Get over to plan. Democ DOT TV P. L. A. N. Plan DEMOC DOT TV. I'll speak to you soon. All the best. You've been listening to the Michael. Chaney show create your own wealth and protected against taxation turmoil and tyranny over at Michael Chamie DOT com.

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Caroline Hirons, Emma Guns & Lindsey Kelk Talk Books & Beauty

Full Coverage

1:10:35 hr | Last month

Caroline Hirons, Emma Guns & Lindsey Kelk Talk Books & Beauty

"Welcome to full coverage podcast by bt lovers. Four busy lovers. I am your host today Lee Unprofessional beauty of. Can't remember own bloody thing. Lindsey Kelt and this is a very special episode of full coverage podcast. I'm very excited to share it with you. Today, we are going to listen to the audio of a zoom coal between myself caroline hirons and Emma guns of the Magan show. This is a call that took place just a week ago. To celebrate the launch of my new book in case you missed it and also the ridiculous humongous. Incredible. Amazing. A well-deserved success of Caroline's book skincare. I I'm going to say it's not safe for work or listeners and say it's a little bit insane but it was so much fun and it was honestly one of the most joyous sixty minutes of my last five months lockdown continues in La so. It was so lovely and such a relief and such a tonic to spend time talking to two of my favorite people about some of my favorite stuff. There's some beauty in here. I won't lie it goes off the rails and there's much discussion of happiness but you know that's fine and you all know came forward you chat with Carolina and Emma and I this is what happens. So I really hope you enjoy it and we'll be back in two weeks with another full and proper episode. We're also prepping schedule for another live episode with you guys all on Zoom. So keep your eyes open for that and please enjoy here is Lindsay calkins conversation with emigrants and Caroline. Rage against the machine full profit Kelly for that one here is the episode. Looks beauty with Carline Lindsey CALC anyone who doesn't ever youthful do. But let's just talk about the fact that we have Lindsey Cal, the author of sixteen published books. One of them is on the show we're GonNa talk about that how you'll say I do not know. He was. You know I'm not so is as assessment because they suck at the expression on my face system and caroline how you're saying. But like sixteen books host of and contributed to to poke off and goodness knows what else? Brilliant Wonderful Lindsey cal U is live from scientists and. London, we have the most powerful women in beauty caroline. Amnesties saying this shop because we are all about the books using I'm let's not forget. Lindsay may sixteen books. Caroline has just blessed very recently in fact, one skin care on his own ever gonNA publish one. And let's just say when you acid Carolina, valley do it once. A in the other room, Mike allocated bookshelves making the yellow section very, very good. But Caroline's cat is to the literary world what the what event endgame was two movies in two thousand nineteen and that it broke all records and is basically the biggest thing to happen to words and pages. Okay outside. The. Industry does the I've. New Words and pages. And pages specifically. There was one cookbook that was more important spines, but words and pages is Carolina. Goodness. 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Bt, he avoided US completely insane. Hugs contact services. an I just message my business partner on said, and I quote this is my what message are we need to do something to people in this industry who can't pay the bills when he'd start something a foundation anything and that's kind of what we did and that was Friday. Morning ten. We. Didn't need a weekend. That's fine. And then. We kind of put it together with the main name. I just did a quick WHATSAPP group of people I know who are really just agreed sort of brilliant organizers basically. The Council board CW, Bab tack. And then Put it live spoke to the my accountant and lawyer about illegal and they said, well, if you a charter you can donate to that makes life much easier. Thank. God they said that then we found the hair and beauty charity which kind of new but hadn't really experienced he's today knows pop. And they do amazing things like if you are someone who is in the industry and something happens to you and you have children, they will sponsor children until they're eighteen. Wow Yeah brilliant. So We of relaunched and we're currently on I, don't even know what was the last total that lasts total. Twenty nine thousand pounds and a thirty, five, hundred signatures going up every second. Twenty nine thousand pounds Basically we we just the great thing is we don't even have to touch the money and all of the every penny of it goes to. The HAREM Sharpie and then people who need help can employ via the hair and beauty CIARDI. So, they can just send in their info and where it normally takes twenty one. Days for them to approve things that doing it on a once a week basis just to make sure they can get money through. I'm really glad that we're putting on a day like today when you've done something like this because I think when you talk little a weapon all or whatever this is, as Vixen, beauty I mean, we're not gonNA just be talking about all favorite lipstick formulas on the voice as we love and it's really It's really brilliant at Lindsey. Come on. I. Ask. Some people may not necessarily know quite how deep the roots all of us go into the beauty industry and especially you caroline line he really understands how it works what the machinations are you. I'm stunned policy politics and to be able to actually come out and say, right? Yes, I'm content created. Yes I review products. Yes. I've written a bestselling book that Beautiful Inca available now. Guitar. Isn't I'm also actually helping people whose income has been jeopardized by a the unfair regulations that were put in place by the UK government around Dt the industry. So let's just what a brilliant thing that we can talk about this side of the beauty industry. That is where all of our roots really spread to Lindsey feel very passionately about this too. Yeah absolutely it's I know obviously I'm best known for my books because lots probably why most people here. But as I mentioned I've BG PODCAST and my in I've always been a beauty lava but actually my it was my second job was. So I've been in the industry and Industry Jason since I, was twenty two. And when I left that job because my boss was a monster, that's a fun story for another time. I miss. May. I know I know of of. The stories and yeah, we I missed it so much. I saw edge my fest BBC Mecca and that was two, thousand six and the two, thousand, two, thousand, six end of two, thousand, six, very beginning of two, thousand seven. That's still online which stood way I found a picture of us when we first had a cup of tea in bone at the weekend, we'll find it does so funny I just read testing I was it was message with Ms guns the other day and I found it in my. Google account sets up reminders and it was like t with Caroline. It was six years ago. I couldn't believe it sixteen years ago. has to be because I was in New York. I'm red. Go. So it's weird. I think because full coverage is only been around for three years. On my blog was never my name. Because everyone. What winning focused around Castle little coverage. Misery is a yeah. I industry wise I knew people and they knew who I was the outwardly facing. It was anonymous I didn't use my name. I was still working a fulltime job and my boss was a bit. Weird about it because it was two thousand and six seven when blogs went really a thing. So I kept anonymous. Yeah. So. Yeah I've been in a long time known a lot of people for a long time. So to see what's going on now is just Like. If you're in the rage and I'm already full of fury and rage all the time. So this doesn't elps anybody. People will now help. Springs assault to question how many times have you listened to killing in the name of my rage against the machine in the last week Carolina At, least once a day. Most Aisin's lockdown. Then this last week most. And the versions and the Finns part version, which is my favorite ever. Right. We. Mentioned, sugary my system now, I'll be working. On a Saturday Marcia, allegedly works at my gym, but I've never seen him there. Does allegedly workout lower very handsome young men no I know and apparently comes in very early on my friend. Jim was always like Oh. You know he comes here right and I'm like. Going to need a text message system in which you let me know also widely one of the first. So because I was a photo of them in select magazine where they were completely naked and I was like fourteen and was like. This. An ancient issue of select sorry everybody of lowered the. Because I remember nearly in the mid-eighties, the enemy published a picture of Michael Hutchence. On his back like this and the sheet, I mean, you can see the top of the pain. The sheet was like Cuban p. The revenge was on show and I honestly would have been like. Maybe. And I was like. Oh my God what if? What if Time Lebombo Barnum slummy born is like my heart dude Michael Hutchence was a certain woman sexual awakening I'm sorry. Come on. The bus not just women. went to the same in excess concert. So Jealous. We had kick was just on in my house when I was growing on rotation just on rotation because I'm the age of your mother. Thank you so much. It's been goodbye. You are I am younger than you but marginally so marginally so Emotionally saw forty in October I have gone to the point now where I'm quite Cain to get there because I feel like we taken seriously as the garden up I feel like I wanted to not before see forever and ever but it feels like say Mississippi when I was like oh no. When I say I'll have all the answers and be an adult and people take me seriously didn't happen. So I'm like maybe faulty maybe that's the one from radio. When you're older. And you just. I need this now and then like she sounds hormone. Okay. That's true got. Lawrence at eight full. I'd. She. So some experiences you might not talking about she's not. A. Full disclosure. I found the photo but it had this one's been censored but I will send it to you know everyone watching I'm not sending you. Back repair near the. Wicked savings no MVP NatWest scientist Russillo already no. Don't do on your work computer. It was Lollapalooza ninety-three for anyone who cares to search it and it was a protest but as if it was ninety-three. Naked I'll show up to that protest twelve year. Old Lindsey? Stealing her brother's select magazine was. Somewhat. Secretive they're saying. Well I could host the posted the censored version if you can't find the uncensored that's on you that's on. Minded Oh yes. Sending it. have. You found it. Oh, they're all censored. Well it was it did exist without censorship but I'm sure I'm sure someone's going. Baffling the PS of rage against the machine get your ten so. Down, Surrey I look. Fine fine but we know where we are today we just talked about easy facts about MC, sixty books that are out in the about powerline Skin Cape It. But why don't we go on a magical mystery tour just Swimming. To fell in detaining forty with us to young the cells. Out to be one of the. From Up. Really. Panel Hoffy friends joining submit live chat is what advice would you give your youngest self now? He wants to best. I'M GONNA I'm GonNA give lynched him. Rage against the pain of. What advice that I give my youngest? I would tell my youngest self to stop worrying so much by what other people think which is. Now and also. If. It doesn't feel like it's enough. It's probably not enough and you shouldn't put up with it. 'cause I think for a very long time up with a lot of really shoddy treatment. It's not that's not pain related Emma don't laugh but it could be. Put up with a low shoddy treatment professionally, and personally because I thought that's what I deserved and I know now that that's not true. So I would say don't up with Shit. With Golf and we go. I would fully concur the way I've let some people treat me like even now if I see the more throat punch them. People Industry knowing you're like. Do I, get the look people rely on got move for white moving away. Thank. God. She doesn't drink anymore. But yet, yourself be treated in a way that two ways in a way that you wouldn't treat other people and in a way that you know you don't deserve to be treated. Don't disrespect you. cheerleading. How do you set boundaries because when you're twenty five and someone's treating you like shit do you say boy dickhead? Or is there another strategy this let? was that another. Car with much me. I just think. The thing that I did that I shouldn't have done is I internalized it and what I should have done and I was very junior and positions whereas being treated very badly by a senior bosses. So professionally. I. Think you have to eat shit to an extent when you're starting out but you need to deflect it and no, it's not not the each as in late let someone abuse. You never let someone abuse you but you might have to do that. You don't want to do and you might have stuff this bit shit I mess. Russia's. Really Yeah I think there is one person who is lake or there's someone that's causing you trouble and not everyone can walk out on a job I couldn't walk out on the job. I was being abused. I have to say it because I didn't have any money I didn't have any support. That job, the why could have done is not take it. So I wish I had been able to say to myself. This isn't about you it's about them and. Like the the shit that they used to like I was lot heavier. My boss put me on Atkins and would like monitor what I was eating made that name and address when this is over A. GPO we were in, we went to an event with clients and we had to put our names in the laser tag thing we laser tag obviously an she put me down as the she hulk like shit like an just instead of me saying you're a bully and this shit I just believed it all and was like she treats me like this because we like this. Now, no one should. Possibly she's been out the industry for a while. I don't find out where this Bitch Lips. Yeah it was just it was everyone in the team was at the site, but it just creates this horrible toxic environment. It was all women everyone was horrible to each other. I'm to come out one my best best friends because we were just clung to each other light liferafts in. But like we will, we will get through this and we did and we both did but I just think too many people. They just get bait. Now I could very easily. Thankfully, I moved into a second career that was my aspiration but if I would left pr because I never would have gotten back in because I was so beaten down. And I worry about how many people have given up on stuff. It's just a shitty person and they took it in instead of pushing it back out. It's it's really hard and the younger you are the harder is. or Go back and say. Not, even that Madame. Wouldn't have gone well, I would have just punched her in the throat. With our ski want. Like she would have enjoyed a fight. But yeah off off Mt. Elliott absolutely. Love, luster. To realize though I find it and it's also my route with parenting, you don't have to hit your kid you just have to get there might look. Through We've both done retail and I think you learn the look at retail a my mom was retailers, wells, angels, and you get an I've tried to explain this to jeff before why kids don't like me because I've got that lady look because the parents I worked at a toy shop my mom went to Detroit shop and Bring the kids in, and if you don't put that down that Lady's GonNa, tell you off and I just had senator like. Oh. Run they would run. Yeah and it's like. I've done nothing. That you learn a lot from retail silent. From retail a lot for being in the service industry. Very. For a long time. I love retail but I love what I love now I can leave. But I remember years ago. When free lots going say well, and I was like I get anyone to commission me to write words, DC and I was being read is that's it I'm of my friends said to me. Fitch. If you make any money. If you can't, you're right down to that benefit counter a new gun be the best goddamn saleswoman the benefit of at the scene ever tell me economically. I mean, obviously, it's not that easy. So might benefit like. Quite a few stations IBM. With me during the about about looking at the benefit counter. No. Just about me being. Encouraging Encouraging, you. Does. That was the first thing. I'd call you. I am I paradigm she was encouraging notification. All I would I would upgrade it to motivation. With you. Got To. Move. I think what it comes down to is you with anyone you give a shit out new. You'll very good in the care about a lot of people that the same fundamental thing monster, which is it's all about making sure that person is living. What it comes down to is that you're saying to them you deserve better and this is how you're going to get you call see it now because it's really scary things on your mind but I'm telling you if you look at it this way, you'll get to a unique day and that's a really nice person to have in your context. And the swearing. abducted. Happens when I get the message in capital not. To. Pick on. Terrified. So, that's good. That's the funds to younger selves is to basically not take any shit. And to. We decided. We went over thirty thousand way you could. Just Watch. Shout specifically over thirty thousand, which is amazing. Is Good Question A. This is from the panel of the attendees thirty and is audibles. But let South Carolina's. Stop on a desert island. We'll Hook podcast. Him would makes you feel better. You are the location stay the gun show book would be Bill Bryson's the lost continent. Because it's just funny and it's about traveling I could imagine I wasn't stuck on an island. PODCAST, I couldn't possibly pick. Anybody listen to about five and you you to two of them. Of Time. The minute someone starts podcast and there's so like chilled ladies ladies I'm not Can we just got to the come on probably to take myself away from Cagney and Lacey probate Joe. Rogan because then I can just either rage or agree. So I'll be like. Oh I think about that oil be like yeah. What was the other one walk podcast ABC Awesome Oh. We have to assume you have SPF I think we just see we do desert island disgruntled Oregon. Going to worry about this from story. I would probably take like Maelstroms blue cocoon I mean it would melt if I had a fridge that would be helpful. But something. Really. Something, lovely. Right, Lindsay. Hostages. I'm going to I'm going to install does island disc rules where we've already got the emigrants podcast. We don't have to choose it because otherwise it's going to sound really sickening, but it would be lovely choice. You have somebody entrusted guess about interesting topics. I would feel like you were there with Bay, but then that might make me sad and then I'd have to get volleyball. UPSET, I'd have to listen to Joe Rogan hard. Yeah. I would choose who weekly, which is a podcast about the antics of celebrities. In cool. Who We? Do Weekly That tagline is everything you need to know about the celebrities you don't, and every week they do as special segment on what Rita Ora is up to. She's the Queen who? Are Now, they have a new segment on Ben Affleck on ADAMAS. A RELATIONSHIP Because I couldn't find read. I will I'll send it to you. It's great and I feel like that would be a good distraction on the desert island and I would still know what Ben Affleck an honor to our weenie coach would be important and tell you a funny story. That's a slight distraction also slightly slanderous maybe. Back the host. Backstage at the Brits. We. Get a lot of. The celebs you're there Monday Tuesday Wednesday in the suburbs there for Monday twins Blah Blah Blah You're GonNa love this just GonNa say that was a sutton single family. Might sound like me Takura. noted. Who could it be and number x age like time black freebies because with Pixie pigs, we're ready generous with a with a sort of goodies and stuff and so blah blah. Blah. And this saintly saint people have been coming in Monday Tuesday and Wednesday like Oh and then on Wednesday came in and the mind. Your I. had it up to here. Right? You know and you're just like there's always people trying to and there was so generous. There was no need like they would try and pretend like they haven't seen people who tell me something about the product and I'd be like you hit blas today's like. Which people I wouldn't want to try and take out. Well wait for it because honestly it's one of my highlights of my life. So this go goes and I do I'm not exaggerating. 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I was opposite the theatre. is at it was down know what Jay she is. So it was on that street. So I walk up and it was like I was on the top floor. He was in a play. He was in the play at the theater. I would regularly arrive home to the at the same time. He would arrive for the play and it took me a couple of minutes I'll be like. Boy. Cap On it was his newsboy cap period. But the awkward thing was he woke up the says of the theater to his dressing room while I would come. To my flat and he was quite clearly in much better shape than I was hung would meet at the windows as you went up the stairs and it got the point where I'm like, you've got to improve your cardiovascular fitness to see more of Jude Law because he is moving up the. Paris thing. Yeah. I was much when I left fake got not really awkward point where we were weird nodding turns like, yes we're going up instead so he's he's not in your you didn't know how. Unseen I just kept waiting for the note to come through the door that was like his tickets to the play come and meet me and we'll hang out. But instead, it was like that girl again looking at me through the window again out of grant's trying to run upstairs naked literally would stand in my door will bracing myself against the. Work that he's so handsome. Suburban. Stockton. Actual outlasted St Remorse. Sorry. Right. Here's a good question. I rarely lock this one. I've lost it where is Genuinely. It was hit. It was like, where was what support at that you were should never come in today on Oh, how long you? Honestly, now is a real question that does exist remember putting it into the document. All three of you should never become a thing. I just I really hate sheet masks and I know it's controversial wipes anything with glittering anything a uniform on anything infantilized women I mean pick one. I just I feel like the sheet mask pressure is like weird and that people are like cheat sheet mouths like a hate the feel of them slimy on my face I, draw a I'm not a mask person really anyway. But she might just massively wasteful stupid massively overpriced like he is just. Let me be real them. Yeah. Like maybe three of them have ever done anything for my face. I've seen it. I'm just I do feel like it's a hype product that preys on. Trying to convince people, it will do something it won't that they could just get from him. So I think they're exploitative as well as shit. I hate. The one that looks like count since I only giving intentionally with. Me On seven. I didn't really like the sale craze. Now. Jim Much grief. I got when I said. I. Wasn't into snails in skincare and I started people saying racist against people live in Korea and places like that because I don't like snail like best stretch about doesn defined. I mean. Okay No, and like you do you protect your culture and your culture but I'm not going to put snails on my face for my personal preference in the same way no sale to be the face you know. When they said Oh that penis facial I'm not you need mental help I'm sorry absolutely not get a grip yourselves flicked. They did it. Yeah, we get this. A wrestling tag that goes around very regularly. You'll find women who watch wrestling and they just basically a dude in wrestle twitter. I'm host the wrestling podcast wearing Stevenson t shirt. But they convinced they were late. Let show each other all the fine women that what wrestling's. They got all these women to post really hot photos of themselves while all the boys just stopped off over them in the basement unlike this is an. Empowerment empowering ladies like we know we don't. We don't need to post selfies to get validation. You know your heart and awesome and you watch wrestling this is very weird and it was just like then overtaken by gross dudes posting comments and late that's not why it happened. That's not why we were doing it. and. If you WANNA. pull down go crazy but like I don't boys are going to look at it boys, GonNa look at it just. About. Everything. A poll. Got Sir. Cool. She's called Janine fly was something like this HAP-. Holdout saying is insane makes you feel depressed about yourself and your life choices yes. She is so strong. So powerful and so beautiful, cheated, amazing routine refined it send it to you and she did this retain to. Florence. And the machine. Yeah. It will make you just go on when going how on earth do that she's she's walking out says. It's amazing. Next time you'll, both in la cutlets he caroline's face I'm gonNA take Cuba to. Clown Room, which is the Bikini Ball where Courtney love us to work and. It has done his Poland. 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I have been for ages military went wants and how the Grand Ole time. But yeah they they tell me it's whole coal. You just go on clinging on for dear life and hope that you admit riff like hold you upright. That's how it works. Good tonight. It was. Negative I do have enough story. We'll have to. Literally that was the Elstein awards two years ago woods, Elstein awards when they. lies on the table annexed kind of press tables mismatch. We didn't read out into the looking going with And I will be she stunned I've seen her naked. Awesome Not French bets. Might have I still do the apple is limited? Yeah, and see came running over to the table lifted up the tape across the odd something else in the in the. Process has been lifted skirt I was wearing comes back like. No it was just really bouncing. And I? Also believe. By. Funny old one isn't she? Yes. I feel like we should get back to Burke bj probably should we've covered pretty much everything men's to finest appearances we've gone vulgar now we've. got. A bundle. Together so caroline might. Yes. Has. Done. Quite well may yeah. My disconnection already said it's a one time deal. Yeah. You're not going to do what we created, which is say this last summer Yami Times I've been to the guns and roses. Once in this lifetime tour I seen them three times on that tour I think change the title lots change the title. Furious You're not going to do that all you like this one. Yeah, they've said because we're doing a Tell. You tough shit. It's my book special edition for Criminal. How's it going to to? Tell you. I can tell you. You're going to be. Now it's GonNa have evolved for amazed England, glitter and snail mucus. And I can make tweaks and I'm already in the frame of mind of like I said to them. Like I, I knew certain parts of the book would always have to be dated and already want to update a couple of parts and it's not that it's bad science. It's just that I like to be completely rather than they were like what they want to change time get to. Like I can change things and it will ready. So it'll be additions they'll definitely be. But if you can't write a book called. The ultimate no-nonsense go. So would you might after that? The less ultimate slightly. Guide it's yeah. It doesn't work. Does it I mean I can't. If I think if I could think of something to. I. Don't know I'm very. Like I don't know how. You did sixteen I do not know how almost several made up. That's how. That's based in real life fact like uses. So. Basically. I'm just a well-paid Liar. That's that's all what I do for them. Getting. Talk made up but so let's talk about your work. In case you missed it, which is the latest one which revolves around gross. Heroin next a I'm living with you. I know I'm sorry. And I really miss it. Still I really like your books very much very artisans shit. About characters I feel like. It was in there. Well, big issue about me answer yet movies Lindsey. All you writing the next game. I am writing right now. Not Right now obviously, I'm doing this quite clearly I am halfway through with US draft of my next adult. which will be out next year. She said adult because August, the offset sixteen books which I just the upper ones that will say how many why what are they? Middle, grade will call them in America I don't know. What we call them in England that just? Kids the children's books fissile seven plus but my four year old. FRIEND SOUNDS WAY my friend. Any is full and she loves them. She has them read to her but you could read them yourself from seven. How many of those those three citizens Fox my rent. It's a series. Speak. Yeah Yeah, you're staying cal machine. Do note better. Than start another one don't you Yeah it's not super. Healthy. But also my job for doncaster. So I have to be working all the time. I get that like the northern thing of. You know work work work work work when people say things like Oh we're GONNA we're. GonNa go. On my why we finished. I know it's really hard even away like I'm not someone that can switch off like I'm I'm still engaged in some ways like. Would they usually she doesn't observe fundamental. Has Never weekend. We'll I think that self-employed thing to let you con- consider deadline it doesn't matter if it's Christmas your birthday. Oh sought today we'll someone's Christening or someone else's you know I've missed all kinds of stuff. Because I was on a deadline. And it just. Saying that's northern thing but it was Brennan to me by my family foreshore. You work until the work is done and the work is never done. Yeah I don't really I. Left Unions Dog my job the next Monday like. It's just. How it was always in May like I've just always been trying to like get to the next thing. Do the next thing one day I'll have a minute but I'm I don't. I don't know movie. And I like to think on this is USA. You have a light of tossed on your plate. You have oldest of the studio very much like this and you. So to spend a lot of time getting getting ahead around all of that, you feel that you control of excessive room and then the second Moremi at something else file and then. The next phase again now, we all joined to a close, but there is one question from somebody I think. He ever office I. Think we need to shower this person with. Lindsay cal. Grade love with Caroline. Branded positivity encouragement because the question that was actually awesome. What can I do if I'm not useful tool Oh now. Is Impossible. Yeah Yeah I mean that's the first point to say that is. You definitely are. And if you don't like it. It was a question that I got through on Instagram for us to answer and it made me really sad and I had a short cry because and that was the the question was longer and more involved is shown a little bit so that we could address it but. I. Want that person hopefully they're watching either now all later when we re post this to know that whatever has made, you feel like that because it's not true. So something has made you feel like this and. I hope that you will believe as 'cause you believe someone else when they've told you something. That's very wrong. So I, hope you'll believe us when we tell you something that's very true which is not possible. That you are not beautiful. You don't have to be amazing that make up. You don't have to be putting on false lashes and contour and doing wacky stuff to your hair and take an incredible self as like that. That's not what makes somebody beautiful. So Absolutely not absolutely. You just have to believe it. That's what you have to do that person's name or did it come in ultimately? It was it was a pseudonym on instagram post. It just it's impossible. I think one thing. One of the reasons why wants to end on s because as mates? I know that I can cool either of you any time and I hope united same history for me and I was feeling in that space you're not with people with I cool and so I wanted and I can see site much loving the chaff people just saying it's nonsense you're amazing. reframe it and say that I made at useful. At I know that you guys do. Not, just need you may any your other friends who say you'll follow as redesigned viewers as well? So yes. She should go back to get a pep talk from guns this morning as I woke up on the wrong side of the bed with being grumpy baby. I got a got guns and it was appropriate. I felt before it felt better for it. I am also going to mention now before I forget because I've forgotten for the full hour everyone watching this right now. 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Episode 72: What if you got 1% stronger every month?

Absurd Hypotheticals

54:21 min | 11 months ago

Episode 72: What if you got 1% stronger every month?

"In what if what if I was a what if we had nine lives blooded pits ups or if money through on trees did we did back then. Some certain medical. AH WHO everybody and welcome to absurd. Hypotheticals the show we over think dumb questions so you don't have to. I'm your host mark. Lehner I'm joined here today by Christie and Ben Storms. Say Hi guys. Hey I'm Chris. Hey I'm Ben and I read the most incredible credible like news story the other day I absolutely have to share it. He guys like the most incredible or literally. The most incredible literally share similar to the most incredible story like literally only the most incredible. Yeah literal okay. Let's abolish claim. I will say like the most incredible similar to as as Chris has posited so so basically really this is this is it starts off pretty simply basically there's guy in China Who wanted to get one of his competitors kill you know like you do the cap the casual casual? Yeah so so. We hired a Hitman and he said that he would give him thirty over thirty million yen which is about two hundred eighty two thousand dollars but that didn't want to actually do the job so he hired himself a Hitman and him about fifteen million years about Half where he was going to get but then that guy that guy hired another hitman an offering about two million yen but then that guy. How are you kidding hired? Another hitman offered him one million union and then that guy. How far can this go? Well that guy hired another Hitman for two hundred and seventy thousand yen with another five. I mean he paid after the job was done. You think that has to be it but that guy offered another hitman two hundred thousand the bones of five hundred thousand dollars after it was done and then finally that guy offered one hundred thousand yen to yet another Hitman to kill the guy. How much is one hundred thousand nine hundred thousand yen? I think it's not much. It's like a thousand bucks. Yeah here what's this it's it. Is this last hitman getting gypped just under a thousand dollars. It was nine hundred twenty dollars. so yeah I off. Last Hitman hasn't better standards clearly clearly. Well actually we say this but the way the story actually ends is that that lasts hitman. Found the guy in a cafe told him there's a hit on him and proposes a fake as murdered by Gigi and buying him and taking a picture to send back which he agreed to do so the picture and the guy just went to the police internment and it went up the chain and they all got sentenced to prison. This is the best so if if it played out how how much money would each him and have made well the first one makes fifteen million. You're the person accepting million which is so you know I guess the first the first two will not hold on the first one. Yeah so we're about one hundred and forty thousand dollars. The second one would get close to a hundred right. The two million next guy next to the next guy was gonna it was gonna be Eh fifteen million yen and then yet two million yet and so a good chunk from there it like he was going to give up about a little over half of it the the next was going to give up all but like seventy thousand yen. He was going to take on like a conspiracy for murder in order to make like seven hundred bucks. He's just really lazy because this is this. Is this the common scenario. Where are most Hitman hitman brokers? I really hope not because that that takes a lot of the like the idea that the people who actually do the killing are the ones who makes over money. You seemed just very sad to me. You know like like imagine if John Wake was like this right John Liquid negotiate better. That's probably true. Yeah yeah that's so just so many many amazing what's incredible it is. This is a Coen brothers movie. Like yeah there's GonNa be a movie made on like based on. This should be a movie at some point because it's just such a good story this is give me give me the next rat race. Yeah Yeah actually just watched that for the first time like yesterday didn't even know that move existed and then I saw like the cast like what. How did I ever heard of a rat race before no I had no idea that move even existed so actually? I'm not sure if I ever actually saw rat race heard from seeing the trailer he kinda funny. I've seen parts of. I don't think I've ever seen the whole. The thing is probably a partisan move for me to where it was just like Ben on TV. I've seen fifteen minutes here and there all right. I just wanted to share that fun thing. I learned about go throughout rates. If you haven't go watch it and you'll earn always cool nineties. Comedians like Whoopi Goldberg in their. Yup We'll be go. Were John cleese Mr Bean Yup. Yup I remember very strong. CAST anyhow we have to. We have to go to our podcast now. Yes podcasting and on this podcast. We answer hypothetical questions and our hypothetical question for this week is what if you got one percent stronger every month. So qualify we are going to say we started off at our current age twenty eight. You know all three of us are twenty eight. So that's why we start there and from there yet one percents every month and it's compounding so like if you have a one hundred percent strength month one then you'd have a one hundred one percent of the next month and then it'd be like one hundred one point we'll be like one hundred two point one because now it's your multiple at one percent on one hundred one so it's it does scale up and it Kinda slow at first but it gets pretty crazy as you'll see once we go through the numbers so I was kind of looking at a bunch of things that you could do with like Super Strength and we've done a few of these about like getting super fast getting super tall and I actually found on strength to be one of like the league the less useful ones. It was weird like you think you'll be so cool to just be super strong but we build a lot of machines to do things but there's one point being strong a big strong man is exactly what you want to be and that is being literally strongmen at a circus. So my idea was I wanted to see if you could just one up and reinvent the strongman acts of history and just do much wilder wilder crazier versions of them so the question first question is when you actually start being a strong man or in this case the strongest strongman so currently any the only. There's a lot of like deep lower from like the fifteen hundreds about strongmen about their the feats that they could do I decided to say that I was going to use the modern record for the strong man. That seems safe. Yeah yeah from two thousand thirteen. The man Zydrunas Sava costs of Lithuania. And so he can bench prints bench press six hundred twenty eight pounds and he can deadly nine hundred which is just is like bonkers and we actually have to wait from our aged twenty eight all the way until we're forty years old in order to match the strength level so we have a little bit of time to inventor character so up our costume I guess practice form of lifting character. You've come up with with. I don't I was thinking about doing whole persona but the for all the different acts that are looking at didn't quite cohesive into one beautiful will act so he's GonNa let you utilise or you get to imagine imagine yourself as the big strong man and imagine what you look like and then send us. What what you're strong man named would be and what you're what you're cool trick would be slowing? I'm not as go go go through some milestones and as we're able to reinvent the strong acts and I think in a fun way we'll go into him and so so the first one isn't super isn't exactly a famous strongman event but there is a thing called. Wait Juggling so right now the world record for weight. Juggling is about twenty pounds which means somebody was Zabell to juggle a bunch of I. Guess don't get quite that heavy but bowling balls that weighed about twenty pounds. Each with doesn't seem like a lot and then I imagine trying to they. Just toss up bowling ball's in quick succession and yeah. That's pretty cool. Yeah are they like normal juggling size. Well they can't be quite normal. Oh juggling sides. There was actually little information about this. I kind of assumed that the list of records for Juggling would have been quite exhaustive and like minutia liked liked just based on what I imagined jugglers of like right like you'd think they'd keep very tight on the record. There's records of exactly how long you can juggle thirteen twelve or flashes or extended periods. All these different juggling terms I knew nothing about but no one was like with the heavy things you can juggle but I did find that twenty pounds of the record and so by the time where about fifty five years old. So we've we've been going on freeload And now we get to really do a big act we can juggle well something that weighs about one hundred twenty pounds with about the same level effort at someone juggling about twenty pounds which means we can start juggling people which I think would be awesome because hundred twenty pounds to get the the acrobats juggling them like. That's just bad ass. Moving moving on from age fifty five jumps right up to retirement age which is not retirement age. Because there's so much more that we can do. I imagine we'll we'll get more useful as we get older other Moyen. Yeah we're going to be like the the dude from like the Japanese animated like this old dude that's like you know quiet meekly rips off his shirt and he says Jack to shed. Yeah that's GONNA BE US probably die from our muscles that's how we'll die from our muscles muscles and there. What do you mean multiple? It's kind of hard to explain but one of the things one of the things that strong of course do is the main. The main thing is lifting shit so one that that is popular among especially like town fair strongmen is lifting a horse and so usually they're fairly smaller horses. His or one of the stronger ones are famous for lifting baby elephants. But of course we're not dealing with any of that nonsense by the time we're sixty five live we will be able to lift a full size adult elephant which weighs in at twelve thousand pounds. which kind of gives you an idea of how strong we're getting at this point and like I mentioned this is all kind of calm pounding now so this this strength number goes up the next one so the next month that I got is at age seventy and this one? This one's my favorite act that that I found it which is made popular by the one and only person overdid it John Holton and his trick creek is he would catch a cannonball fired at him from point blank range Woah actual cannon and just to kind of show you how. Oh Wallace's his first attempt at this lost him a couple of fingers I was GonNa say how do you work yourself up to something like that. He lost a couple of fingers. I tried and then he kept trying so I was looking at to try to find out like what exactly is involved here like physically and so I was getting like standard because it just said standard cannon and so standard Cannon Lake get the grocery store yeah yeah the Santa Standard standardized so I was looking at Standard Canon in a ball sizes and they and they vary from four to forty two pounds as I was like okay so this is not so so crazy but look at it and like the smallest ones the four or pound cannonballs. They're like three inches in diameter. And I'm like well I can't imagine trying to catch because that's more like bullet he than you know thicker so I was like. Oh maybe it's like twelve pound ball or something and that was a little research on them. And I found out the Cannibal. He was catching was fifty pounds. So it wasn't a standard ball. Senator Kerry was bigger bigger than a standard cannonball. Can't get at your grocery store. You have to go somewhere else especially Canon store so he literally just let this fifty pound animal shot shot at his chest and he would just fucking catch in Holyhead was like gloves and like a light chest protector but of course this is a real man feet we got we won them so doing kind of scaling up our strength assuming that the strongest man at age forty could catch this fifty pound down cannonball. By the time we're age seventy we could catch the Canon ball equivalent of eighteen hundred pounds. This happens to be exactly the weight of a projectile tactile from the world's largest cannon that SAR cannon which was built in fifteen eighty six which is eight hundred ninety caliber cannon which means that the Cannon Barrel is eight hundred ninety millimetres in diameter or two point nine feet while so we will be able to go ahead and catch this canon although there's a bit of risk with it because one of the things I was reading about was one of the part of the act that he said was trickiest was actually really dropping. The Canon Ball fast enough because the cannonball will be very hot when he caught it and he rise if he catches it and holds it he would burn his hands and finger. That's left at this point. I I like I like this guy who is literally cashing can of always like Bono. The real problem is that's pretty hot. You he got down past after the cans fired at your chest. Yeah so moving on we got a couple more feats here. I'm going to jump back to juggling only again So at age eighty two we can one up the act that I found and one of the more the more famous strongman feats to lift up a ship anchor from the ground though now the typical ship anchors that they were using could be up to twenty eight hundred pounds. So this'll be like what they call like a Oh I like a Oh oh I forget what kind of let this call. But the harness or some kind of something that they can live with their back so it's like more than let's he can lift more than you could just like deadweight or like bench press so like getting the anchor like any amount off the ground strongman act but time we're age eighty two. We can juggle his bad boys. We we can just off. These guys has up no fricken problem. I imagine their size would be a problem though for juggling. Yeah but I mean at this point you've been you've been juggling heavy shit for like forty two two years. Yeah but just in terms of them not hitting each other well yeah but like people juggle chainsaws people do juggle chain. Says I guess you could manage it if you have like a wide arm's reach or something just from side to side. Yeah plus plus. Have you seen like circus performers. They're talented it's fuck. They are like insane but then I figure age eighty five is about the time that even with your increasing increasing strength is probably when you want to retire so I got I got two bonus feats here the the Another classics strongman is to you know have to people on the barbells. Lift those people up and sometimes even more like you can get like if you can bench press six six hundred pounds. You can lift like four people you can put two people on each ended that bar and just pull that up no problem but when you're at your age eighty five you can lift lift five hundred people on your back and that's counting. If you have like you know the seats and everything I imagine. They're sitting on so I think what you're you're twilight your final all your final show you go you just go under there and each like getting like a little Little Roller Scooters slide under the first trove bleachers. And then you just pick up the whole goddamn audience which would be frigging. School is fuck and then just for a bonus you're GONNA grab another you're gonNA grab a barbell a lifting bar and you're GONNA lift up to elephants to full size elephants with your God Damn Teeth because why why the hell not just because you can kind of my act but they wanNA give a shout out to to just fun facts. I learned about Strong men in my research and this one is just. This was fun sentence in seventeen forty one. Thomas Top Aka British Samson lifted three barrels weighing thirteen hundred pounds to commemorate admiral. Vernon's taking Portobello which led to England's takeover of Panama. I don't quite understand how this related all right. We've talked her Panama. I'M GONNA lift up these three barrels. I guess why not and this and the second one here a special shoutout to Siegmund Breitbart. who was hammering a railroad spike with his bare hands through five inch oak aboard? That was resting on his knee. The Nail Pierce his leg and as a result contracted blood poisoning after ten operations including imputation of both legs. Breitbart died eight weeks later which is both the most bad ass and dumbest death. I've ever heard yeah. He basically punched nail into his leg. A railroad royal roads Spike through five inch OAK board punching it with his Fister was E. Lycopene pomegranate I think he's punching his fist like hammered down at the bottom Thomas Fist hitting it and there was there was an image of him like leaning leaning piece of wood across his lagging backing it. Yeah but I like the idea that not only it can. Can you hammer railroads through five inch. Would board that you can do it so effortlessly that you pierce your leg right but yeah. That's my strongman. Strongman facts his interesting. I had a lot of fun looking at not looking at the strong man. That sounds super. Get me out of here Chris. You're next right. Yeah so you looked at strongmen and you ended with someone piercing themselves and killing themselves. I want to try to prevent that. Because obviously you're GONNA to be pretty strong by the time you're old and there's a common phrase you don't know your own strength you're gonNA end up like breaking everything and hurting everyone that you're around you don't don't want that to happen and I imagine when once you get older it's GonNa be Kinda harder to control just because you're getting stronger at such a fast rate so like at age aged seventy you get eight pound stronger. If you're going off like a bench press strength as like a reference you get eight pounds faster every day or a stronger every day at age. Eighty twenty six pounds stronger every day. which is two pounds stronger every hour? Oh my God yeah and then aged aged one hundred if you make it to one hundred yet. Twelve pounds stronger every hour or one pound stronger. Every five minutes does so damn cool man one hour of that. I be so strong. Yeah so obviously. If it's fluctuating this much I feel like you're not gonNa have control so you wanna be able to restrict your strength. Somehow I'm how but I started out by asking like what age would this be a problem. How strong is too strong? Because like in your early years you can take advantage or strengthen strengthen do good with your power so the metric used for too strong is holding wine of glass a glass of wine. Yea Glass of wine so in order to hold a glass of wine I need to find like the amount of force you have to put on it to it create enough friction to counteract the weight of the wine glass going down side define the Coefficient of friction of your finger on glass which is Kinda really variable depending on a bunch of different factors like how much like sticky things. You've touched that day. Yeah liked humidity. The glass surface the each individual finger is different and again. If you just put your if you just like Oh man I need some honey and just dump both your hands to a big jar of honey. In a way the Pu you could be Winnie the Pooh superstrong the pill. You never know that has to be someone's fetish. I'm very sorry Muscular Winnie the Pooh yet. What age what age are you exactly strongest Winnie? The Pooh house is how strong the bear. Yeah but it's also also stuffed animals. Animal takes precedence. Alright Alright Christopher Robin a letter yeah so the the number I came up with the coefficient. The friction was one point nine six and that was based on sixty six samples that someone took somewhere. So that's a coefficient visited friction. A used now. I need to find out how much the glass of wine weighed. So there's actually a standard for a wine tasting glass course. Arthur frigging is yeah. The international organizations standardization has a specification on wine tasting. Glasses and back up hold on this specification is not from some sort of wine board. There is a a like board specification. Specifies things I guess so can I get hired hired there. That's amazing gave that organization the International Organization of Standardization. That's incredible yes. You could work there needs to be like this. The Standard Sausage. What's their standard workweek yet? But the standard wine glass or tasting tasting wine tasting glass is As a capacity of two hundred fifteen milliliters which is about seven ounces of wine so so that's like the amount of wine we're GONNA use the density of wine also varies so it it depends on like alcohol content and the sugar content but thirteen point five percent alcohol wine with a point two percents sugar content has density of point. Oh six three pounds per outs so a full standard wine tasting glass will way. We'll have point four four pounds of wine in it and now we need to know the weight. Eight of the like the glass itself and for that we need to know how much grass ways the standard called for the glass to be made of not not like normal glass but like lead crystal who's basically like glass infused with lead And they specified nine percent lead very specific. I don't I know why they need to be so specific but they haven't organization devoted his new so I found some similar glasses. I don't know if they're nine percent but I found some on Amazon. I compared a bunch of them like the weights of a bunch of them and ended up with point three pounds so the total weight of our full wine. Glasses point seven even four pounds so to resist that With the coalition of friction that I I found we need to apply point. Three eight pounds sounds of finger force on the glass to hold up the box of line and that is the base for using for like our normal strength. Now I figure once we get stronger. We're going to apply the same force but it's GonNa we're GONNA apply the same effort can apply more for us to the glass. So that's our base effort. I want to figure out. At what age do we does that amount of effort break the glass right. What ages do does US generally like holding a wine glass equal US breaking crushing? Somebody's throat or something. Yeah so I had to find out how strong the Glass Vina's and Sand Lake. There's no information on has strong lead crystal is for some reason. Nine Percent Lake Crystal. There was a paper from NASA about higher content lead lead crystal but those like super high content lead and sour using. So I just WanNa with regular glass good enough and I made a bunch of options and like simplifications for this but I came as we do. Yeah I came up with a finger force required to break. Break the glass. You need to put a finger of a hundred and forty five pounds. That makes sense to me. That sounds right. Yeah so for. If our strength is increasing at one percent every month will reach reached that strength that finger strength at age seventy two which is forty four years after restart so that's actually plenty of time. We have a lot of time to prepare for this this age where we hit too strong. Although there's a there's a there's a good period there were everything you grab even daintily getting crushed by one hundred and forty pounds of force. Yeah yeah true but then it gets worse I into words so onto we hit seventy two years old. We need to somehow restrict our strength so I used like lake the age seventy two as the baseline so we get stronger. We need to restrict our strength that amount to get back down to the strength of seventy two. So what are some ways that we can restrict strength. The first thing I thought of was just weights like awaited suit or something but that really only restricts your upward word strength like if you try to push something on the table then you're it'll increase your strength right just makes much more like more momentum which is a bad I think I think yeah. It's not really the best choice. The next thing I found where these resistencia seriously like workout. They connected bunch of work working last takes into a suit that you wear and then like every time you move the last resistance force and the most popular brand of this was math. Suit that make all sorts of these types of suits and the military uses these for training actually and these provide up two fifty to two hundred pounds of resistance so it's low tack and is not a lot as stints compared to lake the scale that we're on it also doesn't help your hand strength so it's not going to solve our wine problem. We have a drinking problem drinking problem that we can't drink. We need something on our hands so I looked I start looking at types of gloves you can wear. I came across haptic gloves. There's a certain type of haptic glove called happed X.. Gloves gloves It's mainly used for VR purposes. Right now where they. There's like resistance feedback for when you're holding like Vera objects object then. It like stopped your finger from closing so that feels like you're holding object. God I hope that works as well imagine it does still ended early phases uses. But it's it's coming along their few products like this Elsa has tactile feedback still lake. If something touches your palm or something then you feel in your palm. But we're more we're more interested in that resistance feedback so like I said they're used for Vr but they're also used to like control robot hands and stuff stuff for like I think they're used for training and surgery stuff like that. Don't cut that police and the way. The work is early so the ones that I looked at the way they work was at. There are two metal strips for every finger like slide across each other and whenever they want her Pie a resistance they put a voltage halted through it. It creates a magnetic feel matic magnetic force and those two metal strips like locked together so they can't move anymore and it can apply up to four pounds of resistance per finger which is not a lot not a lot of Conforti You know like in our eighties nineties. We're GONNA we need resistance. Listen to like a thousand pounds. That's the scale. Where on so four pounds is not gonNA cut it? The reason that they use systems like this is because they're lightweight but we don't really care about way because we're super strong so we can use some some of them were stronger systems So I started looking at like robotics because robotics have a lot of heavy resistance. Things I started looking at specifically robotic X. skeletons so there are various companies various variations creations like Samsung makes one. LG Makes one they. They're just like exoskeleton. Say you wear that Lake. Help you walk the actually some for physical therapy like helping people. Oh I can't walk. Those things are super cool. Yeah they are really cool. We need something a little stronger so I started looking at more like military grade things. There's a project called Talos which is short for tactical assault light operator suit. That sounds exactly like the the evil thing that takes over in and dystopia future it does we. We engineer the tallow system to be the world's saving technology and then it turned on us in the dark dark kestler just so it makes sense all tracks so these are used our military and they're supposed to enhance your strength thank basically. They're basically like the the suit from edge of tomorrow. If you've seen that movie that Tom Cruise and Emily goanywhere they are really good. That's a really good movie. But yeah they're supposed to enhance your strength. But I figure we could probably like reverse that enhancing strength thing to just resist your strength. That should work. Yeah just reverse engineer. That's how that works. Yeah that's what the term means versus dreams backwards. I ever since your car this morning. You got my parking spot. It's always a pain for the pilots have to reverse engineer the plane from going up going down with tricky pretty impressive get paid so much so they actually stopped this. They put this project on. Hold this year in two thousand nineteen which is unfortunate for us. There is a company. That's still developing them for military carrion industrial uses called circus. And they have a model is called the Guardian. Xl it can lift up to two hundred pounds and then the Guardian GT can lift up to. Her thousand doesn't pounds. So that's that's more like our scale. We can use that especially in gloves. We can use and our gloves to resist fingers. That's plenty of resistance assistance. So now he can drink wine but in terms of like full body movement. It might not be enough so like if we're using the bench press a- as a reference again in eighties we reach around a hundred thousand pounds of lifting strength and the baseline that we needed to get back down to for for age. Seventy two is twenty nine thousand pounds. So there's a big gap there. Oh yeah so. We need a lot of resistance so I started looking up. The world's strongest robotic arm and the world record for his strongest robotic arm is The model is called M two thousand. I A twenty three eight hundred super heavy payload robot made by someone without a degree in marketing. Right there made by the a fan of corporation definitely not degrade marketing I don't. I don't know if I'm pronouncing the rights. It's spelled F. A. N. UC fanatic fanatic. Even you Anna Anna fantastic but this robot arm can lift up to five thousand seventy pounds. Which you may have noticed is not anywhere close to what we need? Yeah nope and that's a world record so stronger than the strongest robot. We are stronger than the strongest robot. Hell L. Yeah so I don't really have a solution for restricting our body strength we can. We can drink wine. We're good with wine. But I think we're we're just GONNA have have to like move away from everyone and live in isolation because we don't want to accidentally like punt someone and kill them. Yeah of course what's at at. What point do you hit five hundred twenty pounds of finger strength? Do you have that number. Five hundred twenty pounds hold on a finger strength penpal here. It is Age Eighty three okay. So according to science alert Dot Com and their article. Games of thrones exposed. The signs of skull-crushing takes five hundred twenty tons of force to cross crushed human skull. So don't don't give don't put hats on people after age. Eighty three that that classic thing where you like do the perspective between your fingers and someone's head you can do then real life now crush their head. Well actually you could do it pretty early. So the the amount of force to do it is almost twice as much force as human heads could possibly muster really used the wait till your strength doubles which is probably like age like fifty. Not even but at eight eighty-three even by accident like F- just every time he anybody's head you across the they don't touch any. Yeah so that's the point of my I enter. Just stay away from people. Speaking of which I could learn I it living in isolated and senior people because I think that was kind of the point the you were going to be a threat to others and promptly yourself honestly. I don't really think about that one. You have probably which is much ignore that. Did you make your whole answer on. Based on just guessing Chris's cruises answer would end now. He was right. It paid off duty fair. He said he he said he was GonNa do restrict your strengths. I think there's really only one reason to do that but I wanted to see sort of how. How good are they just like? Live entirely off the grid outdoorsman. You could be so I'm for looking. I sort of started. Read My My assumptions that you're like at least like retirement age because as where are these trick starts getting bonkers and where retirement a good time to go live in woods or something that makes sense roll with it. He said aggressively. Yeah Dad seriously now so so first You're going to want to generate power. Even if you're off the grid like entirely off the grid now so a like like standard like average home uses about thirty kilowatt hour kilowatt hours power per day. And even if you you do like really small like efficient tiny house type situation. It's still going to be three to five kilowatt hours per day. I decided to sort of go with that range just to make ticket sort of easier to to deal with when he was four kilowatt hours. You're live on your own. You can down a little bit. I'll be fine. So so the average person out generator could generate roughly one hundred watts. which would you rather bike for forty hours a day? Power Your House. which is clearly untenable? So I guess the question then is what is so. It was tough to get like full good numbers on on like a a correlation between strength and power generated on a bike. It should be basically linear so yes. Well so it's complicated with the generator because because you have what I really want to run into most of these like things I look at the failed point wasn't yourself at this point because you had so what strength it was more like. Do we have a way to use your strength for good basically. So do I look basically for for this the peak power that someone has generated with a bike and for that I found it was only a rumor but Jason Quionoa. WHO's a retired British cyclist? who was Olympic gold medalists? I was rumored viola produced twenty two hundred watts. Which like twenty two times the power of a you know? Oh no person. So obviously I believe that was more of a peak wattage and sustained one but you have like God legs so I think we can cut back on that so at that rate it would be around one hundred nine minutes at eight a powerhouse. That's also a little fuzzy. Because you lose some generators are three percent loss so it's actually more in some like two and a half hours but that's workable point is yeah and also God legs also once again God legs. That's literally the last line notes here. Is You know what God leg so I think we can make it work. 'cause deep diagram like like this technical diagram someone standing sitting on a bike and there's it's like angles and like all these calculations cruel and notes and then just like a big arrow pointing to the legs in the biggest bubble like godless. A AH A big red x over all of it at Anders God legs and large letters. So I don't have super good numbers on it but it is certainly certainly powerful possible to power your house for the bicycle if you have you just almost say paranormal I did actually. I did not almost the I didn't say powerful revolt. You both are having a real tough time man. I long week second off hunting. 'cause you know out in the woods get your food somehow so gotta figure you talking about your week for a second. It's like it's been a long second hunting. Talk to you. Know back to back to super strong old man so I was hoping I could find some like like absurd wade had like an absurd. Bow that shoots you know the speaker bullet basically so sort of as a point of the scale of all this with a bow you have a draw wait for it which basically sleep the amount of force prior to poet back A standard for like an average man's like fifty five sixty five pounds but they make them to go up to like a hundred hundred twenty. Those are are grossly impractical but they exist and basically as you increase the draw weight the flights where the Arrow increases has roughly two per second for every one pound of draw weight. The problem is you can't really just scale up that way because the way it works is basically all of the energy of the shot is like contained in the boat. You know that's where it comes from a torsion of the bow and certain point that boasts gonNA explode in your hands. So once again I try to find the strongest Bo that Oh man has wielded and the beefy est bill could find according to world archery which like the International Archery Federation The distance record for a compound on Bo was set back in July nineteen ninety-two by Kevin Strother And he shot in the compound bow One thousand three hundred twenty yards one foot and three inches searched about three quarters of a mile and apparently the record not broken sense. Then so I kept Kevin Strother. He literally he's actually a guy who like for his job. Designs Bows News and he built the bow that he used for this. I found this out because he used to frequent archery talk dot com which was an archery message board and he talked talked about this. This actual event for this Bo had one hundred ninety five pound. Draw wait which one is stupid and he clocked at after he actually did a dense firing and he clocked it over six hundred forty feet per second. That is very fast. However it's not bullet fast? That's unfortunately a nine millimeter bullet the muzzle laws as like twelve hundred feet per second. So we're still like half of that at that like two per second per pound of draw what you I. Four hundred ninety five pound alway to get to that fast so that's probably not possible Because as far as I can tell it really is a like. That's what the bow can do thing here. Because he fired his make it out of a different material that can handle that so leading to find a material that will bend end snap back. That's the problem. The question is is even if you get like a steel bar if you can get one that once you pull it back to form it that much the same force and so it's not like he fired this once and and stop like the his strength was limiting. He shot seventy any time that day. So seventy yes so I I have to imagine that we had this guy who literally designs bows and a strong after five. The hundred ninety five pounds draw weight. Bow Seventy Times a day. This is kind of reaching the upper limits of what a bow can do so you can have a really good though the can shoot real fast. It's just not gun fast. I really tried I. Can't you just get a gun. I mean you could. You'd crush it in your tiny hands. When he pulled the trigger is that is true? It really strong trigger Reagan. Tiny hands you know what I mean. Anyway you get the idea anyway the way you can probably hunt pretty good with that vo anyway so we'll just call on that one and finally you may have noticed I haven't really had any stupid is a strength yet because I've been sort of Hamstrung by technology so I need something you could do with it which was like dumb So you clearly. You have to get firewood so my main question was. Can you uproot a tree with your bare hands. Yes that's just the most efficient way to it right. If you can it out the whole middle man just pick up the tree and take it home karate chop it with your hand. I mean probably like these numbers are so stupid you probably could. And I couldn't find the good good numbers on how on how much like four sticks uproot a tree but I didn't find a paper called forces required to vertically critically uproot tree stumps from the Finnish Society of Forest Science which I don't really know I could still no matter how tom had read the attract. I couldn't figure got exactly why they were trying to figure this out. I mean it might be you deforest a bunch of like Oh shit I got all the stumps around. I don't need these. I need to continue destroying component of it. But here's the thing so people already pull out tree stumps by Lake pointed out horizontally like you know put a chain around whenever and do that and took a truck and poet. They just want to figure out. If you pull it straight up how much force it would take. I don't know it was a whole thing. Whatever but they did? The work and vary by the size of the tree stump and like the composition of the soil like wet soil. Made easier dry harder. which kind of makes sense but sort of the thing that they they saw? was that none of the tree. stumps they observe. They looked at a lot. It was like hundreds that got pulled up. It was Kinda a crazy. They were very thorough another required more than sixty thousand killer Newton's of force so the question is can we do this so if you think about point up a tree something like that. That's basically a dead lift. A very extreme dead lift the untrained dead lift like wait for an average man is like one hundred. Fifty five pound has number. I found onto a little more than trust and sixty five years old. be able to dead lift Twelve thousand eight hundred and fifty three and a half pounds. You convert this to kill Newton's ethical may your accelerators gravity winds up about fifty seven killing Newton's so just under that sixty so even at sixty five you should be oughta get most of the stumps out via timer sixty six. You can get them all out but the question is can you get the whole tree So an eighty foot hardwood tree. The twenty four inch diameter weighs roughly twenty thousand pounds so in order to actually ripped out you know from the roots. I'm assuming there's just like the Stop Plus twenty thousand pounds because that's how this would work now. That'd be accurate. Yeah about thirty three thousand pounds which would hit right before your seventy third birthday. So yes you. You could uproot trees for firewood. And I imagine you could like you could upgrade it and you could swing it like a bat. Probably that's efficient hunting right there. The isn't going to the field and just hit all things in the field of the baseball with a with a tree all at once all at once very efficient. That's what I did. You are terrifying fine and don't ever come near you because you are like throwing trees at them so you can let your life in solitude. It'll be great got to do this would you rather now. I do WANNA share an article. I just found because we were talking before about the International Organization for standardization so I went to the websites. I want to see what they were looking for a job. Yeah 'cause I was looking for a job at asked before I got to stop the careers page They had their latest news and the first headline is along with a couple of other acronyms. I don't know so. ISO The international senators organizations. Whatever I is an IT? US Committee for Jay peg received. Emmy Award what I somehow. Those akers understood the least the the experts behind the standard for J. Peg were recognized with an engineering emmy but the US Academy of Television Arts and scientists at the seventy first engineering engineering emmy awards last night. Take take the phone and fucking hold it. Why is there an engineering Eddie? Also Wise Japex winning. It was this when WH- Gwen yesterday yesterday October. Twenty four three nineteen example of cutting innovation the JP has remained one of the leading still image formats for twenty seven years enabling the world to us and share billions of images every day. The experts experts behind the technology collectively known as the Joint Photographic Experts Group of ISO Ones Subcommittee Se. twenty-nine coding of audio picture media. Multibillion hyper information have now been granted engineering's Emmy for their invaluable contribution engineering developments a slow year and engineering The J. FAG is finally getting recognition by the engineering. I can't I can't wait until twenty forty when the gift wins an Oscar and they have they decide. Emmy over Oskar I. I don't know I guess like if you you have to be a prime time engineer. Yeah and would you rather would you rather I don't even know whereas episode that article but would you rather. Would you rather win an Oscar or a grammy for your your contributions to a photo Alad rather win an Oscar. That's more the prestigious clear the Oscars we got we got. We got to buy real shitty Shitty book. I got here. Would you rather number six eight hundred fifty one topical a little bit late. Would you rather attend a Halloween party hosted by mad scientists or cannibals We probably met sign scientists. Hold on yeah cannibals. You're pretty much guaranteed to for so okay. So all right cannibals levels are bad but not as bad as you think it is because if they're inviting you to the party it's probably not the EU. How do you know that like you? Don't you don't cook the food during the a party so there will be human like humans for you to eat there. But it probably won't be you. It's done a great party still mad. Scientists are still better. Okay yeah well. Here's the thing like say like imagine a pig roast. How many people is a pig feed like forty So like a person is bigger than well. People don't have a lot of meat it on there. People got some on them. We weigh like one hundred eighty pounds so say like a third of that is salvageable as meat. And then it's like sixty pounds and you have one pound per person if you have a pound of meat per person which is huge. That's sixty people eating. Probably one hundred people get up the one person Jason so there's only one a one percent and you also have to eat the person there's a one percent well they don't WanNa kill one person to one hundred and the party's not be more than one hundred people. Yeah Yeah but then I'm saying I'm saying they're gonNA make you eat a person if you're not the one being eaten you don't have to eat the part food at a party. Three you can say you had dinner beforehand Yes that's true but you're still around people even people so I mean that's not. It's not a great scene. Well if we're if we're talking about safety wise saying so like one percents like the Kennel party you percent. Chance of being the one person that gets killed at scientists. I feel it's going to be way more things that can kill you. It's probably true but there's also things that could be good. Yeah you don't know what's going to happen is more interesting. Eighteen is definitely more interesting cannibal. Party you definitely know. Someone's can't get eaten. That's like the only thing that's going to happen. Also like cannibals are probably just pretty normal people. There's GONNA be like regular party but someone's gain eaten so I guess it depends on who the Kennel as if they're an interesting guy her right but like I've been some boring parties before and there wasn't even anyone being eaten there so like I mean cannibals have interesting stories just like you know like lifestyle stories like how did you become a Hannibal. What tell me about finding that first person that you probably pretty interesting? Stories like gruesome but it can get over that. There's probably some interesting shit there. It's true like you get you get a good story about how the butcher was looking at them very very strangely and then they're like oh man I'd probably shouldn't go back to the butcher store. I mean like the mad scientist. The possibilities abilities are endless. Yeah counting the negative a little bit it could be a negative. It could be a positive though but the naggus could be really really deadly. It could end up killing everyone. That could be a thing. So you have guaranteed like an eighty percent chance of dying madge scientists party and a one percent chance of dying candle party. I do admit it's probably higher than a percent. They are gonNA die scientists party. That's fair I guess the question is yeah. It's like maybe maybe it's like twenty twenty percent dying at the mad scientist but there's also like a forty percent chance that the party is really lit. And like the best part you've ever attended right and the Cannibal. The top end ended. The Cannibal Party is like some tackle folks. We're going to join the club. Yeah the finger food. It's fingers I will also say is much more likely the cops Colin Campbell Party. Yeah that's hardest. Part is not going to last very long doesn't creature as a survival. Well I mean there's a lot of ways and though like yeah there's a lot of ways to interpret the head do you. Do you think there's any any any cannibals Campbell party who identifies Vegan as possible. How do you as possible? I don't even really know what you mean by that could be inorganic cannibal. V in Canada Long. Aw you'll be hard to be inorganic cannibal or or maybe a previous Cannibal has now decided to go vegan whereas like I used to eat people but now I'm watching watching my environmental environmental footprint in the Cannibal that only eats free range. People wait. Maybe they're academy because they're Vegan because they think eating person is a net positive effect on the environment. Uh for environmental reasons like it. Yeah maybe so annoying. That would be insufferable. Yeah I think it would have long enough Chris. What part are you going to? I'm going to the mad scientist party. Sounds like more fun Ben. I'm also going to the bad scientists party. I it just I. I can't turn that the town. I was going to Canada party but just I don't know why what you said. He can't turn that down. I just I just got a really cool like a really cool image of what it really like. 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