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Natalie Eva Marie's Worst First Match

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1:04:44 hr | 2 years ago

Natalie Eva Marie's Worst First Match

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We show we did a TV show called paradise city, which is hopefully going to get by no, right? And then that's how I met you. But I knew who you were before that. Yes. So I was like, oh my God. She's so high used to watch you on the show, and I was like body with your red hair. Like I was like, oh, my God. That girl is is. When I met her I didn't she was either, but you play real cool. I played it so cool. But I was like, actually like, and then you died, your purpose owes like, oh, shit. She did the color swap I did. But you were like conical known for your red hair. I think so. Yeah. So what made you change it ski use birth into the my. It's it doesn't even matter. It was hot because she's so good looking. Looking. You know what I actually I went from red versus the red was like the best business decision. I ever made. I didn't know that then, but it just like set me apart from, but it because at the time in WB, nobody had colored hair, right? It was like not only was I knew girl. But, like who's new girl with red hair, so right? Definitely helped kind of put me out there. Yeah. But then what made me go from red to black book, my first movie. And so when I've got my first movie they were like yet read, no actually went into the audition with I spray paint in my head black. And then and then I put a black ponytail like, you know, little fake little yet. Yeah. Yeah. The whole thing that I'm wearing right now is fake. It looks real kind of champion. Yeah. Okay. Good. I paid a lot of money for is from China. I paid a lot. Paid a lot. I did. I did. I I you know, I had I ordered a bunch. I don't wanna interrupt your store, and I tried them on Instagram and everyone was like those look terrible. And I had like all these amazing. These black girls were hitting me. Get your shit together life. Helmi. They told me what to do. It looks real, okay? Yeah. Okay. She booked your movie your hair color. Exactly. So read out the door and totally. And so I came back, I went back to black and then I ended up booking like another one back to back. You've done a lot of film, no only done to what movies inconceivable that you can actually watch now on Netflix. It's with nNcholas cage, Dunaway NICKY, Whelan Giniger, Sean, do I know? Cursing edgy ever. I know wild it was. That's why like I really had to take that opportunity in light just run with it because even though I was in WWE I had no idea if I was ever going to get a movie. Right, right, right. You know how it is out here. Streets. History to Calabasas. It's let me tell you. It's like it's very rough there. Yeah. For sure I trust me. I walk around with baseball. No, but it's crazy because I didn't know even that you were an actress. But did you wanna act before you did WWF wanted to? Well, originally, I wanted to be a professional soccer player that was like the dream because I played in, in college that they kind of got me through school and everything in the normal, ligaments in my ankle so that dream shattered. Through school. And I finished with a business degree. But then I didn't use my at all. And I moved to LA in started dabbling modeling acting fell in love with it, but a Mexican talion. I'm the youngest of all boys. I love it. But you're like it's so crazy. I keep saying it but you're really stunning. So this whole time when you were like playing soccer and everything was everyone like she's really hot and she's good with weird. She's really good. I don't think I really came into myself until I graduated college because much jock like tomboy and didn't really have always been fascinated loved like glitz, and the glam. But I just never really kind of did it myself because, you know, as athletes, wear makeup, not really, I mean a little bit for sure. I had my moments. I mean I definitely had like. Challah moments of the overlying lips. Yeah. Brian, I still do that. Definitely overdrawn my lips brochure. Hey, but yeah. So I didn't really like step into myself until after playing sports. Okay. You know, I really kind of started to embrace, I guess. Yeah. All of the make up that hair and just kind of going in that direction. And now you're so good at it. You got the crazy different hair colors fly makeup late show, hot Instagram, so hot, just Natalie even Marin institute. All right. Guys, you have to follow around there. She's so hot. You got, you know, the premise of the show right where you tell your first were story. Yeah. Did you did you think of one did you have one in mind? I have so many. Hey, let's, let's get into it. Then I love is perfect wherever you want to start. No. I do work at twelve step program. So I'm so were these days and understand. I'm sure Hello. Yeah. Stories. Yeah, dude, my God do I wanna ruin to I'm like, who really want? I'm like, what direction do I wanna take this? What direction do I wanna take you want and could be worse for state worse for Strug spirits worse? First job, which people tell worse. I anything honestly and you can tell more than one, like if one short, you could tell another one, the audience loves it. They're like we wanna hear it. We won't hear it. My goodness. That hope that's what they're like. Fast-forward please. This is so difficult. I have so many. I mean there's been multiple dates that I've been on that. I'm like, what tell me tell me one of them. I think one of them is like so cliche were I am all about. Like, you know, empowered woman in, like strong independence of that. You know, definitely. Can hold my ground. Yeah. For sure. You'd be a guy's ass looking at you. Looking at you right here on my. Jesus christ. Is your husband get scared like if you ever like I mean, but he built to it'd be like thorns fighting? Justin is definitely jacked where I'm like, you know, I think I think is like I mean, there's obviously, like you know, you're embarrassing moments and stuff like that. But a date this guy literally wanted to have me pay for everything why how does that even come about? I know. So I'm like, and I don't even care like chivalry is everything like on a first date. Yeah. You're taking me out like you're you're you're paying for the meal. You're doing the whole deal. Right. Did he ask on the date? He did. Then he needs to pay Riley, US him out. So right, there, I was like this is like so not what I was thinking. This is like why do not like dating people regime, meet this guy bottle service days. Oh shit, where were you bottle service girl play house? What's that play out playhouse on, on sunset playhouse was the shit that I lay literally I was doing the whole typical like LA thing bottle service at night? Auditioned during the day w w was just addition. It was a diva search. Wow. Amazing. Okay. So this guy, what did you come up to you in the club, what happened? I met him in the club. Yes. And then I ran into him outside of the club like literally, maybe a block or two from where I live, live off of sunset and vine, and, like right in Hollywood down. An I saw him at a coffee coffee bean, right there. And then he was like, oh my God. You know, like I would love to take you out and use Q knows like okay cool. And then from there, I was just like no way, my first light, that's like a worse kind of date experience, which, I guess, isn't that bad? But I also do like to be treated like a lady in the dating realm. Yeah. So what happened he picks you up, he picks up we go out on date? Where'd you go? Where did we go? We went to some, some spots little Ibuki spot in Hollywood, and then the Bill came, and he kind of. Did one of those weird. Uncomfortable things like this really thinking, like he wants me to pick this up. Like he just left the Bill. They're on the table. I've had this happen to me, too. He just sat there and left it there, and you guys are sitting there in the Bill was there, and it was like a standoff, totally it was so awkward in weird. We're I'm like, you're like I'm not gonna touch it. Are you going to potato? That's when I was, like, all right. Cool. I'm pay for this. And then you're take for how long did it sit there before you picked it up not that long? But, you know how like even thirty seconds of dead. Silence awkward. Yeah. This feels like an eternity. So I paid for it in the nose. Cool. I'm good. So he he let you put your car down. He didn't say anything like, oh, no, I got it or was the conversation. Even good at the at the at the dinner. Nothing. It was just couldn't wait to get out. Wait. I couldn't wait. I had a feeling too, and I was like Ono. Ooh. That's saw Oo, okay? Tommy another one. You said you have a thousand, I've so many home. Me. Oh my God. Be scared. Get into it. People love it. They love hearing the details. Don't be afraid all my gosh. I'm like, where it's crazy. It's okay. People have told me about like tripping on mushrooms for days. Yeah. Like all kinds of shit having like weird sexual experiences, as you know, all kinds of stuff. Yeah. Whatever you whatever you feel comfortable. Okay. This is like a embarrassing one. I guess you could say I don't even know how classify though it was like, right? When I met my husband, though, a hands, we're getting back into the whole reason. Why? Sobriety and everything. Okay. So my husband and I don't let him know obviously that I have a drinking problem because let's like crazy Ray. Like I'm not gonna. In that immediately. Nice to meet you shot a Yeager. Totally totally come down. So we ended up going out to Vegas and. For his best friend's bachelor bachelorette party. Right. It was a combo. Yeah. And so we go out there and. As soon as we get to the hotel. It's like, okay everyone. Cheers in with, you know, little shots, Jack and immediately, my mind goes, I got this. Oh shit. You're like drink the whole bottle. Unlike I'm normal. I could I can hang I do this. So anyways, boom, shots start going. I take one and I was cool the first night. Right. Cool. I night and then the second night goes comes around morning, I guess, we're gonna party in that this probably would be Jonathan's worst. Well, no. 'cause it was at the very beginning of our relationship. So I end we end up going to, like bottomless Moses in the morning, my God. So I start there and then it's gonna pop in and we go back to the hotel room lay down for like an hour. And then I wake up. Go to the little kitchen area, and there's like a bottle of Jameson. So unlike all, in, like drink, the whole bottle literally, you handle a lotta alcohol could could definitely wild so anyways. So basically, all of a sudden, you know, I'm totally, like three to the wind right on one and super Baresi, because it's in front of his best friend obviously now. Right. Fiance. And these are drawn up best friends. Right. So it's like terrible. First impression of me totally on, on a whole 'nother level. And then finally, like, I sober up a lot of hours later, and then he looks at me, and he's like, yeah. You totally have a problem. He said that he does he drink now. He doesn't know but he did before he would occasionally by the time like obviously, he partied in college. But then as he got older, he would only basically drink on, like. Fourth of July or like a birthday or some type of big occasion. So the moment that he saw me, then he was like it was like, well, that's a lot, totally, so basically that drive home talk about awkward and terrible because I had no idea where the relationship was gonna go because he had all the eggs in that basket, basically, he it was his call. Like if you if you and then eventually he gave me like ultimate, I'm like, if you really want this to, like, progress, her work than you have to go and do what you're doing before, which is like, you know, worker, program sponsor so work a program for you. We're at twenty three actually. Okay, so you're sober. And then just like a lot of people I feel like you know, you think like, oh I like it have a drink. Thank you, for basically, put them back together. Shit together. I'm good. I don't know for swear on here. Yeah. You can say whatever you want in. I thought I liked graduated the program. Thanks, less monsters name shadow. I love you. So after three years than I thought I was good in within like nine months. It was like autumn pop again. An invite only a twenty I got it got it together because Jonathan was light. And this is pre WW two. Right. So, like thank God almighty. Race my stories sitting here today if I wasn't sober, and I got, like w total divas of like that. Yeah. Good luck would have been like actually killing girls. Like I know it's not real right? Like you don't really like the whole you're never really trying to like hurt somebody right? Like obviously no getting a forearm getting a boot, or taking a clothesline never drill it sometimes when you taking like, not that kind of bump. Right. It hurts also. Yeah. My source would be actually off the chain. So you got sober. And then you guys got married like how long later? We ended up he proposed within like six weeks. All my God. If you guys dating let's crazy. My husband kind of did the same so funny. Yeah. We got we got engaged, like really fast. Like you kinda knew right away. Yeah. It happens. Oh my God. That's so crazy. And then you did then you got into WWE D. It was all literally right up. Same time, like everything kind of. Just all everything did. And then you got a new you out sober to while time. Yeah. So I was sober right before my w tryout last, I got sober like, maybe like. A month and a half, what for my entering tryouts, I had already gone through like the callback. Call back back and then when it got down to like the entering physicality tryout I was already what was that? Like we're those girls like I'm sure you've done a thousand interviews about this. But like with those girls mean because they seem like they could be really like catty, I think, you know, any like industry, it's girls are mean. Why occurs mean I don't like that. I'm not I'm being girl. I love girls. I, I do too, because we grew up with brothers. Maybe, maybe I think that definitely helps I just think like girls are very insecure. Yes. A lot. And so it's really difficult, especially in the entertainment world. And in this side is like you think that there's only one spot, or there's only when there's that's not the case like one person can be successful as it. Yeah. Yeah. Album, sudden that person's like taking my light or whatever it may be. That's not the case in anything that we do you know? Doesn't have to be entertainment. It could be literally in corporate world or whatever. Why are we like that mean I'm not like that. But I like I've, I've experienced life for sure where I've had like situations where I almost was like, but then I checked myself and I go, okay, there's enough room for everybody to make it. Honestly, like I read a quote the other day, like you know, just because you admire someone else's beauty doesn't mean it takes away from how beautiful, you are. You mean it's okay to tell someone they're beautiful without feeling. Like you're not beautiful. And that kind of thing, and I feel like girls are so even on Instagram. I notice it like when we were talking about this at Heather's, we were talking about how like I love my friends, and everyone that I follow on Instagram like I like the shit outta their stuff. Iram. Oh, jeez. Like MO supportively you kill it like I'm so supported. And then I look at my, like sometimes, I don't see, like any of my friendly's liking my shit. And I'm like what the fuck like? I thought goes my friends totally. It's kinda catty and shitty right. Is it is so much like so supportive of everyone and then like I look at my shit, and I'm like, oh, damn right damn. But I'm still not going to be stopping supportive criers continue being supportive because that doesn't matter, I still continue to, like in love. And sure because that's me. I'm not going to change a shitty like them. No, no. I agree. It's not a bummer. It is a bummer, and I don't know. I don't know. Really how we go about changing either. Because like I also know lot of people that like preach this. Yeah. But like they're usually one, the ones behind the scenes, causing or you know, being the asshole, kind of they're like, oh, no. Like I'm so I love girls so supportive, and I'm. Right. And then you like you like see it, and you're like, oh, no. You're not like you're, you're mean not nice. Yeah. Okay. Guys, we're gonna take a quick break, and then we're gonna come back Natalie, Marie. She is amazing. She's got some crazy stories coming up. Stay tuned. Clearly all of us need help. Sometimes I mean I need help every single day of my life, if I could be on the phone with my therapist, twenty four hours a day, I would be and you know what, with better help. Now I can I am so excited. Guys better help dot com. You can get matched with your own licensed professional therapist. Okay. First of all the coolest thing about therapy is that it helps you work through your shit. I know everyone has shit to work through. 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Tommy cooks to it's nice when men cook. Yes, but we were talking about Instagram and all that draw and how people suck sometimes can be caddy bomber. Do you have any bad stories from doing the WWE stuff? You don't have to name names, obviously, because I know it's like drama for sure. I mean, you know, I think I'm sure people got to see it on total, because it's definitely like we made sure to air. Yeah. Yeah, for sure. And I think too, in anything like being the new person or being like the new girl, you're always going to have to innocence prove yourself, right? Are kinda jump through more hoops than than most? So there definitely was a little bit of that. But, you know, we got through it and was there cattiness like girls because, you know, especially when. I think too it depends on like where you're coming from too. Right. So like obviously WWE, but then if you're a brand new a new, all of a sudden you excel, and you get to a position where it took a lot more people a lot, more tires get high. Yeah. There's an immediate like, like she doesn't deserve it or have you into line? Yeah. Yeah, I totally understand that because I'm sure that I would have I would feel some type of way to. However, you can't really fault somebody for one taking opportunity, number two than you. You judge them on, like how they are when they take that opportunity. Are they taking it seriously? Are they are they working hard? Are they, you know, taking that opportunity to its fullest, then if they're dickhead and completely, like arrogant national, then that's another story, then you're judging based on like their character and stuff like that? But just to go ahead and be upset and salty over somebody being able to take an. Opportunity ride with it. You take the same opportunity if you didn't take an opportunity shame on game on you. Yeah. Really going to be like, hey, Brittany. I have this massive marvel movie for you. Done count me in fucking. We're weird girls. The wig in right? Right. It's called. Shooting. Yeah. Would you say like well, I haven't really been auditing lost. I don't think do it because someone who's been doing it since they were four way. No, no. You're gonna. Yeah, totally. So some girls were mad because they've been doing it for so long. They're like, here's this girl in here. She's pretty, and she's beaten up bitches like what the hell all mad and pissed off. Yeah. That's probably a little, you know, little salty. But, like, once they once they know you 'cause you're so chill. Totally nice welcoming. It definitely, you know, I put in the work in and took it seriously to wasn't like ours, just in there. Like I don't care last night. Get your exa- exactly. Then then we were able to move forward, you know. Yeah. But the just the initial reaction. So I totally feel you. I get it. I didn't girls who just it's really hard to my boys had a really hard time with girls, especially growing up with just my dad and my brother as well. It's like, don't feel like I feel like sometimes you can't relate. You know, sometimes when I was younger and high school, I was like, I don't get it. Like some of the girls were so catty and talk shit on each other. I was like, what, why are we talking shit on this person? That's weird. Didn't understand it. It's, it's so weird because I feel like guys. They are not like them. No, they're not. They're like they don't talk about that shit. They don't because they don't care don't care. And like if they do they're going to address it like to that person immediately. You know, it's, it's such a different different. Mentality is don't cut each other down. I noticed like like competing over a girl. Doc. Oh, he talks like, you know, oh, good one. Blake he saw. Nice nice nice, but they really don't. I notice that too, like my husband like never talk shit on anyone like he's never even if someone did something fucked up him. He'll never sit there with me and be like, you know, focus, too. Gogalic. It's weird. But it is like if someone doesn't ask. Okay. First of all. Yup. Caress Tina, that me a weirdo axed, and I don't know the connotation behind this check. We always have to talk about it go over analyze and just like take it to a whole 'nother level. I thing is we over analyze probably as women. I think that's our problem. I think we just think too much, especially with guys relationship we take everything show personally. Like, oh, we just had sex, and he's being quiet. Like what does that mean? I mean, not into me home. I God like a freaking out about everything in them really in his head. He's like you worth. Someone's totally. There's a mean like that. Yeah. Their brains. Don't work like that. Don't and I to my husband all the time. I'm so insecure that I'm like, you know, sometimes we'll we'll, we'll be laying bed. And like if he's not like cuddling me, which he always cuddles me on the off. Chance tonight. He's just lying to me put his arm around me, totally do you don't love me anymore? 'cause I 'cause we jumped till extremes extreme, we don't think like, oh, maybe just tired and LEGO Sheila n-. That's what's happening. One hundred percent. Do that, too. All the time. Yeah. Like we get very and it's so funny because it's like I go. Plus, my husband's heart because I am very up and down in the sense like woman. I'm very very like kind of jock itch. Right. Right. I'm like, dude, then the nice Menam like really talking to me. Yeah. Okay. Uh-huh. Going on throng like you know what I mean? Like where he's saying what do like, what are you talking about? Like the good. I'm just let an plus me. John work together. Oh, god. I know. Oh my God. I know are like. Yes, pressure of just like, you know, your emotions are constantly going up and down. And I'm just like about you spend every minute together really same. Same with Tommy. Yeah. Like every minute together, you know, because I don't really have a nine to five. This podcast has been like my saving grace 'cause I felt like I had no purpose for awhile. Doing with my life. Yeah. That's so crazy. So you guys are constantly together to. And that's just what it is. So it is. It's like really crazy. I mean, we have we started the any fashion business Olshan line, which is like all custom sunglasses which I need to send to you bring them today is crazy. And then we also he's a co host of my podcast which you're coming on television about your podcast. So we can they can go check it out. Yeah, it's just it's the Natalie ratio. It's wherever you guys get your podcast. You know, I tunes. Yeah. Spotify wherever, and what's the main thing on their honestly, it's literally, the guests that I have are anybody that is interesting pretty much anybody that anybody exactly like any in the sense of you know, we have from doctors to actresses to ask fleet. Janitors have crazy stories like to anybody. That's that's definitely excelled in their profession. You know, like it's really interesting to have multiple conversations with so many people from different backgrounds. Yeah. No one has a different story. Yes. I've been like how they live. Right. And everybody has trials and tribulations of how they got there. You know, and, like sometimes I have to remember that too, because a lot of times, I'm super impatient. So I wanna I want everything and I want everything like right now, but it doesn't work that way, you know, like you normally see people in if they're killing it or excelling or something like that. It usually took their ten years behind that. I know that you don't see exactly see like the ice. Yeah. The taking it. Yeah. And everyone's like, oh my God. Like what the hell that came out with the? Yeah, they don't deserve. It does mad and jealous, especially in Hollywood actors. More competitive. Do you have any crazy audition stories or like creepy? Audition stories because you're pretty and I know I feel like addition onto the worst. Like, I hate to tell me tell me a story, do you have any from, like guys being weird with you or anything like that actually nothing super crazy or, or creepy in that sense? I just like hate the audition process. Right. I mean I feel like it's the not only do you like walk in, then you look around. And sometimes it's completely like people that are similar to how you look like it's like the same girls, you like blue hair? You're like we're the same person. She's my name's. You're like. My name's Abby. Barry. You're like seriously. And then immediately like the insecurity, everyone. I'm not skinny enough. My got I'm not this Homa got I don't have. I should've never got a job to be like Nobu Unum, say it's just like it ends all of that goes to your head and you're just like, oh my God. And what's really crazy? I think is when you walk into an audition, I'm super cool because I'm like at the end of the day, whoever is like the best is going to get this right, right. Every single time audition, and it's with other women. They look at me and they're like the meanest thing, I'm like, yo if you say Hello to somebody, it's not going to hurt you hurt your girls are mean to you because you're, you're so pretty. I know. I feel like I'm not like. She's very, very like no face tuna for this video right here like this is real life. She is very pretty. She's not one of those girls that you see on Instagram, and then you see them in person in your what the like there's so there's Owl's. That's so I mean and I'm not it's a weird era man. It's crazy. But like some of it's so obvious. Like it's kind of, like I, I mean, it's weird because it's like oh, they're gonna see video of you at some point like, not realize that by taking your wasting was like three inches and like raising your bras and I mean, I won't lie. Of course, I've faced you my photos here, and they're like, smooth skin. Whatever like everything, but everybody anything ever, just like a normal, like, if you have a professional photo butting real. It just like it is not. So same with, like your iphone photos and stuff like that. Like people are going to, like, smooth skin. Yeah. Take up the brightness like do all of these things to make the photo a lot more attractive looking. Right. Right. Then it's like another one where I always think, like, don't people think, like, okay? I'm going to meet some of the follow me in person. Right. If people are meeting them. They're going to be like, wait. I'm win. Super. Right. So I'm like, there's this account on Instagram called celeb- face. Have you heard of it? Oh, it's called celeb- face. And those is everyone it is normally like I don't know how they do it. But they expose literally everyone they get their like unedited photos. They must be friends with photographers on shoots and stuff. Yes. And from like professional magazines. Like if someone's Vanity Fair, they post. Yeah, it's gnarly. It's called celeb- face. They post the, the the the before the raw and they post what is posted. And they show a video of what's done. It's like the waste going in is getting widened, the skin getting lightened the, the hair getting smooth skin getting some like crazy. It's called slip and it's private. But you have to follow it, but has, like, has four hundred thousand followers or something. Even more that is. So why my friend told me about it, and I start following it. And I was like, oh my God. This is insane. They just expose everyone. It's so gnarly that so. Charlie? Because if you think about it, if it's like a huge shoot like diet. Right. You have a massive team people. Many people have someone leaking. Style. You have the lighting like everything when you have bomb lighting and when you're makeup and stuff like that is, like professionally done. Yeah. You are gonna look better than your like when I wake up, I definitely don't. Oh my God. You know, I can tell by looking at you right now that you're still pretty without makeup on stop. I love you. Do you have any stories from, like jobs or anything like that? Any crazy like from working or anything like that? I wanna hear another worst. I feel you're holding back. I wanna hear like I wanna hear something. Don't, don't be embarrassed or whatever. Don't be scared. Tell me like Darlie is like. You're like I have no bad stories. My life is great. No, Tommy something. Okay. See, let's, let's see. Hold up. Give me one years. I okay. Okay. So we were talking about dishes, right? Okay. So I haven't told this story before because I was like, have you ever had about audition experience? I said, no. You've never had guys be creepy with you or anything like that. I don't think so. Really in what way like whoever is reading to you or who you're auditioning four, I've had, I've literally had meetings, general meetings in additions, where I go meet with director, and they asked for my personal phone number which is number one. So I'm professional like, hey, you're really cool, like, let's go get lunch. And I'm like okay, and so then I go get lunch with the person, and then all of a sudden, the conversation goes from being about the jobs being about like my life, and, you know, my dating anybody and all kinds of stuff, like I've had so many auditions and meeting, like really don't take general meetings anymore because I've been putting so many weird situations where guys have gone. Like you're so funny, and you're so cute. Do you have a boyfriend like it just gone from being about the job to not? And then like, I don't get the job obviously ages weird. You know, I've never done anything for a role I would never do anything role, but it's like kind of crazy because. That is such a real thing in Hollywood, totally. No, but no, I had a really bad audition experience. And I've never told us before salty right now. So this is when I was like I moved to LA I was like, you know, I was seventeen when I moved here, how will were you when you moved here, wall, I guess, considered when I moved to California. So I finished school, and I was like. In nineteen twenty and then moved to LA when I was probably twenty one. Okay. Yeah. So, you know, like, when we first got here, it was like looking for jobs off Craigslist, actors access all the breakdowns, whatever. Right. Totally just trying to find our way. I didn't have an agent or anything yet. So I was like, you know, trying to find what I could get that. I could get. Right. I worked as a fit model in downtown LA where I worked for this Asian clothing company, where would literally like just try clothes on me all day. I would just stand there and just be there little Manny talked shit on me in a different language. And I would know they were talking to, to gain a little weight. They they've like shit. I mean, I'm not gonna do an Asian impression, because that's racist, obviously, but like they would literally I know they were talking shit on because point my bud or my size, and they would fire girls constantly, it was crazy. Okay. So that's another story. But so I go on Craigslist, which was obviously the worst place to even look for an addition, although I did get some legitimate things Craigslist back in the day Craigslist to be semi legit. And so there's this ought. Bishen and it's for a new comedy series, they say and they're looking for a girl to be in a bikini, and the premise of the show is this girl who is living with an alien on Mars. And at the audition is in your Bikinian tabbing scene with the alien, right? Okay. So weird whatever. But I've heard weird are two totally like we'll see what it is. Right. So I go in I get like a silver bikini. I get all into it. I'm like, I'm gonna nail this so excited I had like my band bikini body ready to go. I get in there. There's a bunch of girls. I know. So mike. Oh, totally legitimate, right. A bunch of girls. I know are sitting around and I'm like, okay, so I've seen her and stuff. Whatever like this must be like real thing. Right. So we're all going, we're all waiting, you know, Bikini's with our dresses on take our dress off. So we're sitting around and girls were just coming in and out. And then it's my turn to go in and go into this room, and it's literally a chair with a fake stuffed alien sitting in the chair. Okay. Like a really like. Lame. You know, those like memes that the alien just like laying in the in the Charon if you've ever seen it. So it's like this fake stuff alien sitting in a chair and the okay. So take your dress off on camera and being your bikini, and I was like, okay, so and the like and then you're going to do for this scene. We want you to be trying to revive the revive the alien and, and that's your first part of the CNN. So I'm like, okay revive him like what mouth to mouth and the like, yeah, just like he's passed out and you're trying to wake him up. And you know do that. And so I'm like, okay, so I take my my, my dress off. And I'm in my bikini, and like, okay, now try to wake up the alien and I'm like, hey, like, what's up, don't drink too much, like, well, I'll try to improbably funny, whatever and they're like, okay, now pretend like they just having me do all this weird shit. They like now pretend that, like, you know, he called you, this in, like, slap him and throw them across the room, and it was like so weird. I just was like the weirdest audition, and they were like laughing, and I was like, okay, this is doesn't make any sense. There is no script. Right. Which. Which is a red flag. So then I finished addition, I leave a Mike. Okay. Hopefully I get it. Whatever. Right. A couple of weeks later, my friend messages me. And goes do there's like this clip of you on no tube. No, it's like with you and a bunch of other girls in your bikinis. And it's like a funny viral clip of girls in their bikinis like messing with this alien and everyone acting like a total idiot, because, you know, we had no real direction. They were like you know they were like they were like shake the alien play with the alien really pretend the alien just smack your ass. This is really fucking weird. I don't know at the time I was, like okay like anything like this is going to me an Academy Award. This was like normal. This is going to be a comedy central for sure. You think it's going to be one thing. Right. And so I go on YouTube, and it's a compilation of every single girl, including myself, and some of these girls are like actors actor actresses, like, really like you know, and I'm watching it, and I'm like, oh, my God. This is so embarrassing like it's so embarrassing. And so how old are you? I was like, seventeen eighteen seventeen. So then I, I message, one of the other girls 'cause I knew or through friend, I texted her, I was like, have you seen this, dude? I've already had my lawyer like message these people like these guys are scumbags. They basically like go round and have girls, they put up casting calls, and then they film girls in their bikinis and posted on YouTube and no one gets paid. You didn't sign anything to say it was okay. So, like they're totally just being legal name me like it's illegal. So after like a few months it gets taken down 'cause enough girls. I mean, obviously, I didn't have a lawyer so show broke living in LA, but a bunch of. Other girls did. And they sent cease and desist to the guys and they had to take it down. But at that point is already crude like, you know, Ernie millions of you. So they got what they wanted, you know, and it was like such a bummer. But that was like a worst. Dow was a worst audition experience for shirt. No, that's actually terrible. Right. What's so crazy about it is. I feel like that. So, like there's been multiple auditions that I've had to go in in you auditioning bathing suit, yet, do uh, because I feel like that sucks looking back. I'm like it's just so you're in front of the camera, they're taking off, you're like no, I can tell you about my WWE audition. Because it was literally like that, like you, it was a cattle call, first of all, and they did they don't do him anymore. Diva searches men because now everybody's called the superstar. But which, by the way, I don't feel like. There is anything wrong with being called a diva either feel like divas. Okay. Is well, yeah it's just not like right by standards of diva, like Mariah Carey where she liked like walk on, you know, writing take baths in Evian, all kinds of your totally chill. You're not really a diva like, yeah. So per star. Right. Right. So, but one of the processes was you walk into a room, you're in a Keeney, unless you're on a Mike in your tons of lights in your answering like a bunch of questions, you know, where you're like where they are able to see. Okay, well, what are you working with, you know, it's just like the brightest lights ever. Just the worst licet show, everything, everything, and the film, you and you're like, what happens with this tape? The guy behind the camera was creepy looking like. Right. I'm like where is that? Yeah. I know. Did you have to wrestle a bikini out in your audition? No. Thank god. But like we basically wrestle on live television. I mean it's not a bikini. But it's definitely definitely did you ever have a slip? Those part of my character was one, one like night, there was like my mytalk came off it didn't really. Oh, like you know, make plan here. Everything was all taped in, but like it was like my little the string in the back. Hang on, Don came done. It was like. Yeah. Everybody was like. I believe that, you know, obviously is what we wanted. But never I know that there has been girls that have had some like the rubes actually came out. They were like, oh shit that wasn't planned in good for the ratings seriously not anymore, though. Because now don't Abe's PG so sponsors were b. During that era. Fussy you get cursor anything. It's totally. You can't you're like you got your knuckle head. Yeah. Yeah. Going gonna screw you up. The most name. Right. Nutter butter funny. Yeah whoever get really hurt wrestling, really hurt where you're like fuck actually socially. I thought I broke my jaw. Yeah. I took a. I took a slap in the face without knowing that it was because a lot of stuff that we do is like planned, planned Nossa like you. You, you can call a match on the fly, but when you're super green like myself, like usually you have certain moves that you kind of already know that are gonna happen. So during one match and you also when you're really good, you call not only can you call it on the fly, but you listen to the crowd as well. 'cause there's always like a good guy in a bad guy. A he'll in baby face. I was a bad guy and you're able to kind of go off the crowd as well. But anyways, so during one match like I had no idea that a slap was coming my way at all. So normally if you get slapped in the face you clench your teeth, right? You Clint you're always you actually get hit. Yeah. Yeah. So you get slapped. Yes. Like a slap. Yes. Because you can't really. How do you fake slaps? You know, you can't really like fake. Yeah, I wanna do. All the time. Yeah. Live by those. Yeah. Would actually get hit for sure for especially like a slap. Definitely. So I just I didn't know coming and then all of a sudden I literally got. Like my bell was wrong rival so hard. Omar your I was like I mean obviously I finished the match, but I was super new. So I was gonna say got damn word. I was gonna take it like a champ. It'd be like cool, and then I got back into the locker room shower change, you know, and I'm like getting to the, the next city, I'm like, damn, I called Jonathan Joe. I think I broke my jaw I could not if anyone's ever been like slapped or hit or like taking something to the job. You know what I'm talking about. You couldn't like really like bite down like those like unh- matched totally chewing food trying to bite into an apple. Good luck. Not happening. But I didn't I didn't break it or anything. But that was definitely like a how did you fix that? How does that, you know, it just ended up calming down? Kinda does like just I mean obviously like my job now like I could move it kinda like click it out. But it's because of that. I'm sure for sure. And like I mean obviously other things grind my teeth at night, but you know what I'm saying? Like, totally so like certain things like that, obviously aren't good free for your job, right? Yeah. That was definitely a moment in like I've heard my shoulders. I'd need surgery on both shoulders because the might rotator cuff but like those have gotten so much better because I haven't wrestled for a year and a half now. So like if you don't use it and it's like, right. Wait. How did you hurt your shoulders wrestling, just from lifting, you know, it's raising over us, and then, you know, sometimes you'll just take something bad. So, like, if I'm throwing clothes line and subdue girls hits, you're right? If they don't take their bump like. On time. Then they run into your arm, and if you're not ready for it like so that's my fault. If I've not like having it sturdy than their body. Takes it this way, when I'm going that way until pull over my gosh. And you had to do that a lot harsher. Did you not get bruises? Only god. No, all the girls are all banged up. Like that's why the girls and the guys obviously. But they're like they're stone coal athletes studs. They're out there. And they're you know they perform every single night. Are they still performing these girls? Yeah. A lot of them. Yeah. It's wwl has progressed so much, because, like girls are main eventing you know, but you're not into it. You're like no well, I made the choice as soon as I got my first movie to transition into the entertainment side. Yeah. Exactly. Just because longevity wise, like I can't really be like forty in wrestling, you're like I'm gonna beat your she's sixty. You've your Walker in the ring hitter with this totally totally. So that's why I was like, no, I'm taking this upper, I'm a roll with it. Because ultimately, I don't know if this is gonna come again Ryan and I mean, I think it's him. You're yeah. My like not only that, like my relationship with me and stuff is still really good. So, like, if it makes sense to go back and do like a pay per view, or wrestlemainia, or something like that. Then, of course you know, would you ever do 'em may fuck? No. You're like, no, I'm kidding. Not really gnarly. I love you have. See. I love watching. I love just the way that they trained and everything, but they're taking like real their asses kicked beat beat. How di- totally get I would get kicked in the dead RIP, like Senator totally. They're literally trying to knock. Yeah. The personnel like to be unconscious that is not good for you. So scary brain damage is happening a lot. There's no way these people are going to have long lives. Not only that, but same with in WB. That's what's so scary to is because you're gonna get concussed no matter what at least one time for sure. So like if you're doing that multiple times. Let's it's not good for your health later. All it's wild. Okay. I'm glad you're not given it any more take care of your house. You know, e health is wealth man, hell. As well. If I like that. No, yeah. Just right now. You're in. Even while. Nobody true. It's so true. That's so crazy to have one. I totally have one. Now, remember? Good one. I actually don't even want to say it because I hope on out there anymore because it actually happened. I remember who was alive TV, or if it was a live event. Oh, you can say, who cares dude? Okay. So brand new wrestling. Right. Ryan Brandon untouched questions totally not like 'cause I think, like I got kinda thrown into the wildfire like on a quickness, usually these guys, they're training for years on the independence hit, and then now WW has their own developmental where you train there and you have all these matches. It's actually progressed a ton. It's called annex t to watch it online as well. Now they travel to but it's always I was referred to it like AAA. Right. So like in baseball, you make the you go you play in AAA and then you hope to be called up to the main roster. I don't know what that means because I don't know anything about sports. Totally basically, the main roster would be like Monday night, rods Mak Ryan. Right. Right. Okay. Anyway, so I get thrown out into wildfire have a match. Some bearing. So we're obviously wrestling bikinis, relationship tore will print. Short much very very very, very, very like little little Google, y'all see what I could used to wear, right? So, and then we were a little fishnets tights, underneath show. Right. But. So I was on my period, right for the Matlock, obviously. This is like such a nasty story, like whatever periods that's grow seventy or any more. Have Louis told the story like whatever totally and I feel like that's why also too. I tried to be super. Say it how it is whatever who cares. Anyways, Raymond tampon coup. No problem, right? Right. Everything's in everything suited. I'm taped up taped in a half these restroom so bad before I go on the out to match the p like nervous P. So I go pee really quick. But what I don't do. Well, no. But I don't make sure that my Tam like one. I didn't like cut the string to make it like order. Order a or anything like basically shove it up in there because the stranger long because. Yeah. Some girls got like a long crevice, so they gotta make them long because you never know never know totally right. So I don't make sure any of that is like super good. I just like go pee and like throw it out and go. So I'm in the match right? And then, like, if you pinned somebody, you're basically your ass up in the air. Right. Right. So what happened in, when I come back from the match in, I'm in guerrilla. That's what we call it. I was mortified. Oh, absolutely mortified. Because when, when you were pending girl. Yup. Literally, you could see on tampon string. I was literally see hang out of your shorts or fans. Yeah, yeah. Little where it's like the camera's got it and guarding. We're like we're all Mike. Thanks camera guy. He's up Hanaway ministry drain. He's. Even girl on like that was mortifying mortifying because I feel, obviously, like on Twitter, and it was like, oh my God, even marines him onstream. No. I'm like his is all seven-year-olds tweeting. I was thinking gonna tell me that you got blood blood blood everywhere, or something. I almost feel like that would have been like almost not like better. But, like I feel like a champ on string is not a big deal, like honestly, if they're like I've seen girls, get up in school, who bled through their genes white jeans, like pretty bad homely blood like. And I was like, oh damn if I saw tampon string, I just be like yo dude, like, whatever, like no one cares. It's no blood or anything whatever you. That's true. That's a really good point. Yeah. To look good way to look at it. But I remember at that time, horrified horrid like horrified, especially because I was like super brand new, too. So it's like we'll get dumb girl. Like how Josh attention? I don't think I did, I wouldn't think pretend I didn't say anything a human like I get my period. Guys plugged it up and didn't bleed all over the Matt seriously so much credit for wrestling on your period because. I have like endometriosis and all kinds of weird shea. So when I get my period, I'm like, literally, I have to be like, oh, hidden away. And like I have to put like a heating pad on. Is that? So I thought that I had that a little while. But do you have go through literally every month? Yes, it's very bad. And I tried this new drug called or Lissa you see the commercials for it. It's like this new Endo drug and I tried it and the side effects are like worse than like you having period cramps like it gives you the first of all I never get headaches. It gives you the gnarliest migraine, you could ever have in your life. Someone was sticking knife through my head, and they were like, oh, you can either have cramps or you can have this really to chaining migraine where you can't function you can't function like so both suck, like it's like I would rather, like I couldn't even choose which I'd rather have cramps or the migraine, but it was just not worth it, because it was like, okay so I don't have cramps but my fucking head feels someone just stucco jackhammer through it. Yeah. So, yeah, it sucks. It's like whatever. It's all good. I mean I'm used to it at this point, but yeah, I look like what I get my period. I four months pregnant, dude. No, I'm not total beta that happened to me. I think I was like six months into my into WWE all of a sudden woke up in my I literally like I was pregnant I'm like what is going on my stomach literally was so ended? Ended wild. I went to the emergency room because I was like what is going on? Like what the what did they say? They said it's a new mature sister says, you they said I, I had a. Two. I have probably three right now like it sucks. They suck. And then it they're like a we the might have to go in for surgery. Or you can just like hope that it bases. And then. Mine ruptured, so painful. Right. So painting dying. Dead. I couldn't I literally, they wouldn't allow me to fly because that's how Darlie it is. I had no idea. So, like I actually was on shoot. A girl was a makeup artist. And she was literally hurdled over and in crying, because she was she had was saying that she had like her sister, something. And like if I didn't have that own experience, you in my life. I would have been like Mitch get up. What are your okay like get it together? But, like I literally the doctor would not allow me to fly to their own fluid up that was just like I guess. Yeah. Chilling in their bad. What's even more crazy was not only do you have fluid inside of you. That is like your stomach does look insane. But then you have to wait for your own body to basically absorb it unless it's there, what I can't do anything. Get rid of it. It sucks. My husband I've had show had, like four sis- ruptures, since I've been married, and I've only been married for two and a half years. Has had to take me to the ER and he's like, what is wrong with this girl? She keeps having cysts and stuff like that, and I can't get on birth control because my antidepressant, and I can't do birth control. These makes me like sewers idolize. Somebody will. Yeah. Nuts. So that was like the only thing that would help me and so yeah, my husband's like, oh my God. And then every month when I get my period. I'm so distended. I gained ten pounds, ten power of fluid, and my husband literally gets freaked out. He's occur. You pregnant like I will click I'm pregnant, it's so created a girl, isn't it? It's so crazy literally, I remember this is so like you're making me tell some terrible thing I love it going. Remember being like a little like probably fifteen. Yeah. And so, I have all brothers right. So they had like super curly hair, like just worst. I always always always. Always always always like shit, total. Look like Schiff I always envied like girls. The show. On the air. Yes, I literally would be envious, and I remember like waiting for the shower to heat up, and I would just be like crying because I was like dude, it's so much easier to be a boy. Shaved head. They would get up and you know, two point five seconds to get ready on over here with this curly, Astro like trying to straighten it looks like shit otaly. You don't know how to do our hair. Exactly. Exactly struggled sucks. Struggle city dude. It's been so good having you on here. Make sure to follow her Natalie. Marie on Instagram? 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04:13 min | 1 year ago

f5: Sometimes It Just Takes A While

"Here it is another farm five on farm small farm smart and there's a there's a place for patients plenty of people are impatient and jump too fast and and you know you can't you can't be where the other where the older generation was. It took them generation to get there. There'd be willing to be patient and let things develop move it creates movement and once you start moving and once you start what you're trying to do is create a track record of excellence and when and you have a track record of excellence people will invest in you whether customers or whether it's opportunities that you have and and and if if you if you have a good track record if you can make a piece of land beautiful and productive you will never lack for land to work for them and that takes that takes patience and time to to let that kind of track records develop. You can't do it in the day many times. You can't do it in a year any times. It takes three or four years and so I always tell people say look go where you can't people are always wanting to move. You know some place else. Chances are wherever you grew up where your family is and you have relationships. I mean as long as you weren't the bank robber in the community you probably have a lot of equity your you know Ken Dan and relationships they have connections and going into a place where there are connections or staying in place bloom bloom where you're planted in the place where you have already have emotional equity business equity and relational equity staying with that usually we'll get you much farther than going to that. You know that Eldorado out there that you think is somewhere where there's some paradise it is and it's got to be easy. Let me tell you something. It Ain't easy. It's not easy anywhere but every place has a task that this liability only you know Brittle Brittle. environments like Arizona. are you know have their own assets and liabilities just like places like Raven Gap Georgia that gets one hundred and two inches of rain a year you know that has its own issues own problems and it's assets assets as well so when I start looking at you know where am I going to actually leverage my time. I am an experience and all that I always encourage people to you know to try to bloom where they're planning. I rather than just why the coupe and assume that it's gotta be easier somewhere somewhere you know one of the biggest temptations and all of us has. I'm guilty of it. I think everybody's guilty of it. Is We look at other people and we assume they just had to be easy for them. You know they they got the right education. They were they you know they found the right community. you know the community that likes to buy organic food or whatever you know they married the right person they went to the right school they they knew the right connection whatever and and and the fact is that like. Paul you know Paul ingles in Laura Ingalls Wilder in the house very books he's built a luck W. O. R. K. and and I think generally that's the that's the better approach brew bloom where you're implanted and and Luba creates movement. The hardest step is the first one once you take the first one then you'll see a lot better whether the second one go to see a lot the third one goes and and once you become once you're moving and you have some experience under your belt You'd be surprised at the kind of things that will that. Will that will come your way.

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Ep. 322 - Pivoting from Election Day to Election Season

The Breakdown with Shaun King

16:07 min | 10 months ago

Ep. 322 - Pivoting from Election Day to Election Season

"Hey everybody I'm so so glad to be back. Thank you so much for your prayers. For your good healing energy that you send my way. Thank you for all the recommendations and suggestions that you've made. This is the first new episode of the breakdown over the past few weeks as my family not been fighting through the corona virus. But I'm glad to be back We're still recovering I'm probably. Eighty five percent or so back to to where I wanna be where I was before we got sick. And I was GonNa talk all about the coronavirus today but you know what? So much going on in the world and there's so much to talk about. let's not talk about the coronavirus I. Don't. I don't mean that in any kind of way to say that it's not worth talking about it's it's super. Real. It's It's caused over two hundred, thousand deaths. but I today want to talk about. Something that we should all be talking about and it's not. Election, day. It's something that we should be thinking of as election season. Let me unpack and explain what I mean because. More and more of America already can vote today. And as long as we have this mindset of election day. And don't see this as a season of voting. WE'RE GONNA lose on my desk talking about the presidential race talking about essential vital important races all over the country. Let's break it down. Shaun King, and you're listening to the the breakdown. Breakdown. A breakdown. Right now, we are forty three days away. From. Something that we say all the time we always say this is the most important election of our lives. And I I actually don't know that that's untrue at think. Every next. Is that important? But. This election. In the midst. Of. A deadly pandemic that's taken two hundred, thousand lives in the midst of so much racial injustice so much police. So much economic inequality so much health disparity. This election. This presidential election. This congressional election for the United States House and Senate this upcoming election for district attorney races all over the country for for state. Senate for city. Council, races. This election. On November third. Twenty twenty, which is now. Just, a little more than a month away. We're forty three days away. From Election Day of twenty. Twenty. We historically. I'm forty one. I just turned forty one last week. Thank you for the birthday. Love. For most of my life. I don't know if. When I was younger, I don't know if early voting. I don't even really know if it existed like it does now. When I was a teenager I've always been in the politics and my mother really put in me this deep love of politics. But even before I vote I was going to political rallies and watching my mother vote. And I never remember her being able to vote early not S and. Me Not remembering my mother being able to vote early as not like hard evidence that there was no early voting. I just know that even when I was I able to vote of all the way back in college in Nineteen. Ninety seven. I never heard of early voting. I mean we were gearing everybody. Up for election, day. And if early voting was possible, it wasn't popular and. It wasn't as widely known widely accessible. and. We also weren't in a global pandemic and in twenty twenty. Early voting is not only widely accessible in all fifty states. Widely. Available. At least we could debate is accessibility it's widely available in all fifty states you can do it in most counties most of the ten thousand plus counties across the country. It is now really how. Are One and I wanNA talk about that for a moment and I actually talked about this some in my book in all of the DA's race is that we have run for our organization real, justice. We have found time and time again. That, if we get crushed in early voting. Even, if we kick complete ass on election, day. If, we get crushed in early voting we normally loose bottom line period point blank dot com. Elections more and more and more decided in early voting we. Helped run a district attorney's in Dallas. And poured our heart and soul into it in created a ton of awareness and momentum. and. Our candidate had the most awareness of the most visibility. We we had huge get out the vote rallies and on election day. which was awesome. Our candidate. Crushed it on election day. And all the buzz all the talk at the polls online on social media. It was all about our candidate. And the moment the votes came in they I posted all the early voting totals. We got crushed so badly. In early voting which we hardly focused on. That even though we crushed it on election day. The early voting. Mountain. That, we ended up having to climb the or the ditch that was dug for us with early voting. We just couldn't get. We couldn't get over it and winded up losing that race even though we crushed it on election day with Ab- losing that race by just about five hundred votes. and. Early Voting needs to now really be seen when we think about our strategies when we think about even ourselves as voters as as citizens as people who are engaged in the democratic process. We need to stop looking at. Politics as a build up just to election day or voting day. It's. It's truly I don't mean a campaign season it's truly an election season. You can already vote all over the country. You can already vote in the presidential race you can already vote in so many races all over the country voting has already started. So when we say like Oh, we have forty three days to figure out how to defeat Donald Trump or forty three days in Los. Angeles. To figure out how to defeat. Jackie, Lacey No, no is happening right now. Voting is underway. And this notion. That we wait. Or strategize forgive my. I'm probably going to be coughing and clear my throat here still for. Another few weeks. As we push through. All of the horrible things going on in our country. We have to stop thinking. That it's all leading to election day. because. Today's Election Day. Tomorrow is Election Day Wednesday is election day Thursday Friday's election day. In fact, we should basically see the next from doing my math correctly the next six weeks. Each individual. Day. And in many places, you can even vote on Saturday and Sunday in some places. That, we don't have won election day we have forty three election days to go. That's how we have to see it. And we're seeing this all over the country and and. We add real justice help run races in. Thirty Major American. Cities and without fail. We get crushed in early voting, we lose period. Now, you have to. It's if you can win early voting. Obviously it's it's math. If you win early voting and you win Election Day you win. So, your goal should always be to win early voting. And still have. That viral election, day momentum. But. You need to you need to strategize and organize campaigns and you need to think about it to me. You are voter. You need to think about how can I go ahead and vote how can I? Prepare to vote smart to vote as an informed voter how can I go ahead and get my informed vote out of the way? So, that I could spend the next forty three days. Motivating as many other people vote as possible L. Listen for some of you that might mean you take five people to the polls. You may literally take them. You may motivate them to go vote. May Be ten it may be fifty maybe you are able. To motivate hundreds of people, vote. The. Go ahead and study and prepare to be an informed voter. Say it takes you this week to really see and understand and learn who am I voting for who all running in my zip code. Who who is, who is who is up for reelection that needs to be defeated? who who is running in state Senate and state how statehouse racist WHO's running a city council races? Do I have a new district attorney's race in my city in my county? Is there anybody running for school board that matters to me or my children my neighbors children on my friends and families children. This is the year where we need to be informed voters. So listen maybe you take. To really brush up on information to figure out who's running and who you're voting for, and then go vote get your early vote out of the way. Find out is early voting available in my city in my county already because it's available all over the country and if it's not available for you yet, it'd be available any day. Now it's it's rolling out city county by county state by state all over the country and is already available in so many places. It's not. It's not really an election day game anymore, and that's good for that's good for the news. Is Good for the simplicity of of conversation of thanking of everything building up to election day. Where we're in an election season right now, we are currently in a voting season. AM. I would not, assume. Not four minute not for a millisecond. That the people you want to win are going to win. Don't assume that. I I stopped doing that a long time ago. Assume that. Assume. It's going to be close. Assume your vote really matters assume that all the other races really matter and assume you need to get out as many people as humanly. Possible. It is no longer hyperbole. For us to say that our lives depend on it I, don't know that it ever was. Sure. Isn't in Twenty Twenty How we respond to this pandemic? Today my kids start school back here in New York. It's terrifying for a million plus families whose kids are going back to buildings that are not properly properly equipped to even circulate clean air to filter the air New York is notoriously crowded. And I'm worried for our teachers for our administrative staff and for our students all over this country. And so yes, our lives depend on it. They depend on racial justice to really shift not just with a Joe Biden Kamala Harris election. With the election of a new district attorney in your city with the election of a new mayor, a new city council so many things. Are On the ballot I want you to be informed. Now want you to understand that it's no longer just about election. Day. This election season. TAKE CARE OF BODY Breaking. The bring. Spa. Everybody I want to tell you about a brand new podcast that. I love a lot and it's not because there's a woman that I love who is the Co host my dear wife Ray but she is co hosting a brilliant important essential podcast called. Woke at work with Dr Blocker Ruis. It's an amazing podcast. About women of Color in the workplace. and. All of the unique challenges and opportunities and sophistications, and they have brilliant interviews and they unpacked the myriad of issues. What really To be a woman of Color in leadership in the workplace and so much more. You spell it W. OC at Work W. O. C. at work women of color at work search it. It's on all of the platforms. Now it's getting amazing reviews. I want you to check it out.

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Ep. 280 - The one major change in policing that Democrats & Republicans agree on.

The Breakdown with Shaun King

20:58 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 280 - The one major change in policing that Democrats & Republicans agree on.

"There is one significant change in how we police this country. At both Democrats and Republicans. And people from virtually all backgrounds Reaon you WANNA. Talk to you about it today. Let me UNPACK and explain it. There's one thing we can all agree on for shore. This Shaun King. You were listening to the the breakdown. The breakneck during. The. Break Damn. I want to tell you a story that I see happen. Virtually, every single day and Because, people now know me as somebody who speaks out and organizes around the issue of police brutality. Every single day. I? Get countless emails. Text messages DM's form calls. From people who have already experienced. Horrible cases of police, brutality, or police misconduct, or or they've been wrongly arrested or wrongly convicted. In just a few weeks ago in Baltimore something happened. That unfortunately probably happens several hundred times per day. Actually end yes. I'm not misspeaking there. In this country there are. Over a hundred million calls. To nine one one just in America's largest cities. And a huge percentage of those calls. Our mental health calls. And early on the morning of July first this month. A, woman in Baltimore called nine one one. To report that her son in law was suffering a mental health emergency. He was having a crisis. She told the nine one one operator that or son-in-law had been diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia to explain this, and she says she just needed help. And because we are the incarceration nation. Because this is the United States of America and there's a certain way that we do things. This young man who needed help this family who needed help? They didn't get knocked didn't get doctors or nurses or mental health experts. They got police with guns. And we can blame people for calling nine one one. But in most cities in most counties in most states, there's not an alternative. So officers responded to the scene. They finally got to the House. At three thirty in the morning. Where they found the thirty-three-year-old son in son-in-law, clearly in distress. Embody camera footage from the scene. Shows that the man was clearly upset that police were allowed to enter into the house. It really only escalated the situation. And police. Viewed the body camera footage police, who didn't really appear to understand? How interact with a man with such diagnosis? Began trying to coax him out of the House, which only made it worse? And within a few moments as they try to basically pull this man out of the basement. Police officers open fire. They struck the young man multiple times. And he barely survived. Is One of those shootings where thankfully? And is house crazy to be thankful that you guys shot by police and survived. He barely survived the shooting. Incidents like this. Play out all over the country. In every single city in every single state. Often with much more tragic endings. and. According to most estimates, at least twenty five percent of people who are shot and killed by police are suffering in that moment. From acute mental illness right there at the time of shooting. At least twenty five percents, several states have said in their state. The number is over fifty percent. As many as half of all people killed by law enforcement are believed to have some type of disability. Can you believe that? What we are talking about. We're talking about half of all police, shootings and killings. Involve people with some measure of disability and that's not all. You remember the case of Ratio Brooks. In Atlanta police killed him in June. After being called, because ratio was allegedly intoxicated in a police car. He literally, if he was actually intoxicated, he literally just needed help. Yet as clear years it's become. That police present a deadly hazard to people who are under the influence or who are undergoing a mental health crisis. The vast majority of American cities. Continue to rely on police as first responders to these sorts of incidents. and. It's long past time. That we rethink our approach that we re imagine public safety. When it comes to mental health. When it comes to substance, abuse and anything connected to them, including people who who may be impaired or disabled. And there is almost universal agreement. That that system. That handles people who are particularly. Suffering through a mental health emergency. Truly truly. needs to be completely dismantled. And reintroduced outside of American police departments. So today! I'M GONNA talk to us about a solution that cuts police largely out of this equation. And instead relies on an independent group of non law enforcement first responders. Who are specially trained to deal with these situations. It's going to save lives. It's going to save a ton of money. And it's going to help us create a system that is truly designed to help people not just punish control. And even killed them. Let me, break it down for. The nationwide protests over police brutality that have taken place this summer. Have really centered a lot around the idea. That we need to drastically reduce. The overall footprint of police. And activists around the country have already started to win some very significant victories. We've seen some concrete action toward defunding the police in some cities, and some of those battles are still are still underway. Others have taken bold steps to remove police from schools in an effort to cut the school to prison pipeline that has just ravaged black and brown communities for generations. But despite this momentum, many people still seem resistant to this idea. Of defunding police. And I think it's largely because Americans have become so condition to seeing police as the answer to every problem. So much so that it's hard for a lot of people to imagine blue would respond to our problems if not the police. And it turns out. We already have some good answers to this question. We just have to start putting them into place. One essential alternative to police. Are Non law enforcement first responders that was just talking about at the start of the episode. American police officers. Are sincerely asked to do way too much plain and simple. Now I've already talked about this before on on this podcast. They. Openly accepted all of these responsibilities, and in many cases there, police unions actually lobbied for more responsibilities. They wanted more pay. They wanted more work wanted more police and in doing so. In American cities all over the country. Police now have more responsibilities and more work than they would ever be competent or capable to actually undertake. and. Here's the thing. We all know. That cops are not medical professionals. We all know they're not social workers. Yet Dan and day out. Tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of times a day. They're asked to respond to situations. That they aren't trained or equipped to handle, and they never will be. It's not what they do. So rather than expecting police to continue expanding their tool set like okay, we should train police to be medical first responders. We should train police to be social workers know. We have medical personnel who can be medical personnel. We have social workers who can do social work. And so instead of police, expanding their tool set, which often for them in this is not hyperbole. Means that they attend a two hour or four hour workshop, which is sometimes just a A video that they watch on the computer at home and they had to take a little quiz afterwards and it's like. Oh, you got your medical certificate. I'm not joking like this is literally what they do is like. Yes, I've been trained in this type of medical procedure, and it's like no dude. You just watch the video and barely passed the quays. They are people who have degrees. Multiple degrees. In how to approach people. That are having mental health emergencies. It's what they're trained to do. Most police receive the most training. In shooting their guns. Literally, it is almost universally the thing that they are trained the most end and guess what is what they primarily do. And so if we want police. To to do some type of job. That they are actually skilled and trained to do. It doesn't need to be mental health work. It doesn't need to be work around substance abuse, and it also doesn't need to be around homelessness I don't know if you saw this heartbreaking video that I just posted on my instagram where. NYPD officer just brutally begins punching this homeless man on the subway. A who was known to be a this man was known to be a sweet kind soul. And had literally just left the shelter. and was on the train. And the officer just begins punching him in the face. It's it's outrageous. Understanding the officer of course is still on the force. And here's the thing. Study after study after study. Shows that the overwhelming majority of Americans? Law An alternative to police when it comes to homelessness when it comes to mental health and when it comes to substance, abuse. And we can send. Trained experts. Who are trained in how to de escalate situations who are trained in how to communicate with people who are suffering from mental illness who are trained on how to connect to people in crisis. So that they can get the resources they need to stabilize. And with cops not longer expected to spend their resources on dealing with these issues. which they deal with so ineffectively. We can simply take that money. That is currently used for a huge percentage of nine one one calls and police responses. We can take that money from police budgets. And use it to fund a new group. Of Non law enforcement first responders. And cities and counties all over the country have already launched first responder programs. This show us how successful the program can be and I've talked about I did a whole episode on this brilliant group in Oregon called cahoots. That's crisis assistance helping out on the streets. They've been in operation for decades and they currently respond. To nearly twenty percent. Of all nine one one calls in that county. Now, Portland and Denver are also in the early stages of promising pilot programs in the city of Austin has recently expanded its mobile crisis outreach team to include telehealth services to respond to mental and behavioral. Health crises. And, here's the thing these. Actually work and the data shows. That Americans want to see more of them. According to recent polling by data for Progress and the Justice Collaborative Institute sixty eight percent of likely voters support the creation of non law enforcement emergency first responders. Seventy, percent of likely voters support a non police response when a family member calls nine one one because of a mental health crisis, seventy percent of all people. Best Democrats and Republicans. In sixty five percent of likely voters support a non police response to a drug overdose. They just want people to come. That are actually going to help. Wow! There's clearly still some skepticism. About this phrase de-fund the police. It turns out that lots of people understand that the current system of policing is highly ineffective and in many cases. It's outright dangerous. Non Law enforcement emergency first responders. Are a reminder that defunding the police doesn't mean embracing chaos. It doesn't mean leaving us to finish for ourselves. Is simply means reprioritising are spending to focus on more appropriate responses to problems. Responses that are designed to actually help people without resorting to arrest without resorting to violence in far too often without resorting to killing somebody. Let's go back. To that story out of Baltimore that I mentioned at the beginning of the episode. It makes me sad and it should make all of us sad. To think about that poor family. The woman who needed help? And didn't know where to turn and her son in law, who was clearly in crisis. Maybe she was aware probably. She was aware of the risk of calling the police to that sort of situation. Maybe she wasn't. Either way. She called the police. Because who else was she supposed to call. We need an alternative. As. We continue to have this conversation about reimagining. What policing looks like in America. It's critical that we give people options scenarios like this. The system should not force people to choose between dealing with these issues in silence, which is actually. What Malians and millions. Of African Americans do every single day. Who just refused call nine one one, no matter what. Even if your home is broken into, even if you have a car accident, even if you are in a serious emergency. Literally Ask any black person you know. Folks are highly resistant in hesitant clearing my own family to ever calling nine one one. It's a I mean. I mean I. Don't I would never want to go I would even to this day of course, because of the critiques is of Police. My family is super afraid to ever call nine one one. But most black families like that. Most immigrant, particularly undocumented immigrant families don't ever call nine one one. They don't want the police to show up. They, don't they don't want to be to be brutalized or harassed and any kind of way. So nine one one ends up basically functioning. like a you know a hotline. For the problems of White Americans. And when everybody else calls, they know it might cause real problems. As we continue. To think about how we can do this better. We? To build smart alternatives. We have to do better. and. I am cautiously optimistic. In saying that I think we finally may be heading on the right path. Let's keep pushing forward. Take care of. Operates. Break. down. Break. down. Break break. Down break. down. Everybody I want to tell you about a brand new podcast that. I Love A lot. It's not because there's a woman that I love who is the CO host? My dear wife Ray, but she is co hosting a brilliant important essential podcast called woke at work with Dr Blanco Ruis. It's an amazing podcast about women of Color in the workplace. And all of the unique challenges and opportunities and sophistications, and they have brilliant interviews, and they unpack the myriad of issues what it really means to be a woman of Color in leadership in the workplace, and so much more you spell it. W. O. C. At work, W. O. C. at work. Women of Color at work. Search it. It's on all of the platforms now it's getting amazing reviews and I. Want you to check it out. Breaking down. The bring the bring the bring the bring bring. Br. Break. Of the brain.

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200 BM Daily Vocabulary #54 | framework

BM English Speaking Radio

06:02 min | 2 years ago

200 BM Daily Vocabulary #54 | framework

"In the Ming list. Speaking radio channel presents beaming list word of the day. My name is and I'm your host for this episode. You are listening to episode number fifty four off season three. Today's word is framework framework means the supporting structure for a building or an object or a set of rules or guidelines with VM English. Speaking radio channel, learn venue would every day and impressed the world in this English. Cavalry lesson you will learn how to use the word framework. Yes. Show that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English. Whoa. Cab Ulli, and speak English, fluently and confidently. Framework is spelled as f. E M E W O, odd key. Vetch no wanted to enroll in a foreign university. So she had to follow a certain framework. Listen carefully. How we can use the wood framework in eight different situations in eight different sentences. Example, number one of eight the university founded consensus is in this familiar word amongst the students parents that the syllabus was outdated accordingly. The university appointed a committee to chalk out means to prepare a framework for the syllabus of its courses. Example, number two of it have you ever visited the ancient forts in India? You would notice that some of the structures are in good condition. Even after hundreds of years, this is because the underlying framework for these structures is very strong. Example, number three of it. The at all of their that globally. Digital money means online financial transactions is gaining popularity. Example, number three of eight aware that globally digital money means online financial transactions is gaining popularity. India is also not far behind in its implementation in India RBI has responsibility of developing a proper framework for the use of digital money. Example, number four feet have you visited the statue of unity in India, will it is one of the world's tallest statues with the height of one hundred eighty two meters a framework of concrete, iron and steel provides strength to the statue. It has been a major tourist attraction in recent times. Do you know that will what three lack professionals students and homemakers have learned to speak English, fluently and confidently at being leash? Speaking institute novel onto our website, WWW dot B, M consultants, India dot com for more information. Example, number five eight I j has been suffering from high blood pressure since past few months. His doctor advised him to get various medical tests done from a laboratory these reports would then provide the framework for the line of treatment. Example, number six feet the framework for online transaction system. Must be very secure. Don't we all know about the dangers of hackers and cybercriminals? So it's advisable to follow the guidelines like password protection as vice by the banks. Moving onto the next example example, number seven feet in any country. There are people who live in extremely poor conditions naturally. There is a feeling of empathy towards them. But this is not enough. They must be a proper framework to provide assistance to these people. Example, number eight of it Statistik of goods suggests that there is a tremendous rise in ability among the youth present a team of assistance is doing a research to form the framework for the plan of collective action. Today. We learned the word framework, which means supporting structure for the building or an object or a set of who's guidelines can you frame three sentences with framework and type in the comments walks. We are waiting shawl that this lesson has helped to boost your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all episodes Drome, WWW dot B, M English. Speaking radio dot, I IN stadium for new English vocabulary lessons, we are on a mission to train one crore Indians in English fluency this episode number fifty four of two hundred being vocabulary episodes that we have planned kindly note that we will be sharing one vocabulary episode daily at six AM Indian standard time so me tomorrow at six o'clock with the new word till then take. Care.

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Format Change

What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

06:12 min | 1 year ago

Format Change

"Alright thanks for tuning into the. What's the matter we podcast? This is the first episode. I guess you call it in episode. I have in the past the first episode of the fourth season for the last few years. I've been restarting the season at the beginning of the year. So I guess this is the fourth year. What's the matter with me? PODCAST arm restarting. I'm teasing four but I have got lots of Canada News. I guess I'm going to change the format Matt of what's the matter with me podcast. I don't really know what it eventually become or how it's GonNa work work. I've just starting rate now in experimental Phase I started. What's the matter with me podcast? Because I felt like I needed support. Having 'em asks I wanted to share that I also wanted to grow by disability ability consciousness. But now it seizing four I wanNA More directly With my listeners. Want you guys to all email me and say what's up at John at hopping moral dot com. It's J. O.. H. Dan at hopping world hopping up and down a Joe. PPI and world's at W. O. R. L. D. Hopping World Dot Com all one word John at hopping world dot com emailed. Me Assay. What's up? I'm changing the format. I'm I'm not gonNA have big episodes like I had before where stitcher bunches segments together instead. I'm just GonNa make a segment about something in this segment. It's about that. I'm changing the format at that. I'm entering into an experimental phase of and what's the matter with me podcast that I hope he's giving me exciting and fun to listen to take part being. I think it's GonNa make it easier era for media posts episodes so any way of changing the format of I'll be back soon with a new episode. I got a lot of new stuff stuff to tell you. I had surgery again are recovering again. So I'll be back about that. A lot of things have happened. I made new music for the season. Maybe I'll put me in here at the end and as always though before we get into this is what's matter with me podcast sponsored by hopping hot sauce. If you want to eat best thoughts off the world try hoppy noughts us because that is the best hot sauce hot sauce. It's the best hot sir. Bellsa there were all right. Check the Dow hopping HOT SAUCE DOT COM and without further ado. Here is the season for theme song. Thank you for tuning into the. What's what's the matter rick? And and Yeah the Uh Uh

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Hour 2 Biden is not mentally strong enough to run the country

Mark Simone

35:05 min | 1 year ago

Hour 2 Biden is not mentally strong enough to run the country

"Just new. York he marched Simone on W. O. R.. To get to we'll get to president. Trump will get to Michael. Cohen he's out of jail again. We'll get. We'll get the stupid lawsuit against Fox. News some of it good. Some of it's stupid. We'll get to well lots to talk about this hour. president trump. Job Joe Barbecue member Rod. Rosenstein the worm little Rod Rosenstein and all those corrupt Komi and company that they had a little meeting. They thought maybe they would have to invoke whatever the hell that was the twenty-third amendment and seized control from President trump because he was incapable of leading. Remember all that that little remember that. Yeah, yeah, because he made jokes, they didn't like we said things they invited. What would happen if Joe Biden were elected if Joe Biden were the president, be honest you've seen. Some decline from a year ago, haven't you? Oh He's definitely. He can't think fast on his feet anymore I mean decline. He's got cognitive decline from a year ago. Imagine a year from now. If he were elected, he'd be just Let's be honest when anybody interviews. It's like when you go visit you know your elderly elderly elderly grandfather in the nursing home and he goes. You pretend oh, that's great. You know you you humor him. this something really really really wrong with Joe Biden mentally. He's just not there. It's clear. There is some shadowy committee running this guy this midst this weekend at Bernie's kind of. A weird situation. The news media is totally corrupt now. If this were any other time or if this were a Republican, they'd be all over the story they'd be. Have you ever seen a take? This fake Lester Holden NBC news ever turn on the news. We went to see Joe Biden Dr. we demanded some medical records. We asked him this. We sat him down and asked him about his mental. Ever heard anybody even ask. They act like he's fine like like nothing's wrong, Yeah. To see the universe we had up on the webpage for yesterday. Did you see the one where the guy says something? And he says I promise you that I will beat Joe Biden in the fall. And the guy doesn't correct me, said the guys well. Thank you for talking with us because you can see the hand. Everybody's in the tank. For this guy now we love Charlemagne, the God he works right down the hall from us. Charlemagne is a of Biden supporter, but you member. That was Charlemagne gotten to that argument with the Biden Biden said you're not really black. Charlemagne. Nice Guy could have said you know you're not really conscious really awake. You don't really know where you are. But Charlemagne is supporting Biden and listen to Charlemagne yesterday. What he had to say about all white male leadership has failed. America and there's nothing worse than old. White male can't recognize the faults and flaws of other old white males. Okay well, there's that part these terrible white males. I think he's talking about. You personally Listen the sound bite, because I don't know that he's really embracing Biden. Well? He supporting Biden, but there's you made a good point. Here's a big biden supporter, but even the Biden supporters know this guy is completely gone. His brain is fried. Listen to the Joe Biden would shut the F. up forever and continue to act like he starring in the movie a quiet place because. He opens his mouth and makes noise. He gets us all killed. Okay is already so many people who are reluctantly only voting for Joe Biden, because you the only option and because Donald J trump is that trash. Okay. This is the endorsement. I love Charlemagne. He's the best love. He's very honest. That's why people love it, but this is the endorsement. Hey, it's weekend with Bernie weekend at Bernie's try to talk to sit there. Don't try to talk. That's why they get. He's. They're ready to vote for that other than trump. Nobody is voting for him. They're all voting against trump. It's just a vote against trump. You could put any. You could get a cigar store Indian and they. Get their vote it and that's basically what you got. You got this old. Brain Fried Guy. Who doesn't know where you did you ever think all your years of covering presidential races? Did you ever think you'd live to see something like this? Now? I tell you the truth. It's not really a good choice. Look at I, you know trump is he's? He's flawed, but This is this is GonNa be a one. Yeah you know through the years you'd say well. How could Bill Clinton run now that he's been caught in an affair or it's a Nixon. How could he run for reelection with Watergate? This is too much baggage. trump could say well after the billy Bush tape. How could he run? How could he think he could win? Well, said nothing now. How how did this guy defected fact that his brain? Brain is completely shoddy doesn't know where he is. He's completely comatose. He's brain dead. Their property them up. They jetting with drugs just to get them through a five minute interview I mean whoever thought you'd live to see that. And all the Lesser Holtz in Chuck Todd's and the Chris Wallace's would think this is fine. No reason for us to say anything, we won't cover this. We'll let this go. Some debate. I really can't wait for the debate. At some well, I I don't think you'll see a debate i. don't think you'll ever see any debates. They will pull out of the debates They'll have a corona via spike that goes crazy wherever the debate is to be held, and they can't hold a debate now they might try. Zoom meeting zoom debate maybe. they would prerecord. Prerecorded all the Biden clips I don't think you'll ever see a debate if you did see a debate at some point president trump. Would just turn to Biden and say look. You're a nice guy, but you clearly brains shot. You're not running things. You gotTa tell us. You owe this to the country. WHO's running you? WHO's the committee? That's really gonNA. Run this. It's not you who's behind all this. And what would biden do? What would he say? I'm in charge. What if he just turned him in the debate and said. COUNTBACK FROM ONE HUNDRED You. Can do it. Hey. We got to give some Michael Cohen Credit. He's not the world sharpest. Guy not the greatest Lord I and I'm starting to think I didn't think about this. Michael Cohen might have some real money behind him and some powerful forces helping him. because the bureau prisons thrown back in prison, and that was it never come out bureau prisons very upset about him through back. That's it well. He got some good lawyers. A great legal team got this into a courtroom lawsuit against the Bureau of Prisons and they got be for the right judge. They got a good trump hitting liberal judge there. WHO ordered him released? You think that was just all coincidence, or maybe some powerful forces are backing Michael Cohen trying to get him out. So I'm sure. He's Got Lanny Davis says as his attorney big. Mr Clinton's lawyer. So who knows who's back in this effort Cohen gets out. He's back at home Do you think he's smart enough to know now not to go to the biblical and sit there outside the sidewalk till midnight having dinner. That's not part of House. Arrest you think. He's not a bright guy, so I don't know if they frighten them enough to behave now, or he gets so cocky over the judge letting them out. All the judge said was your free. They can't tell you not to write the book. And the judge used that argument. They threw back in because you were writing a book well That doesn't make any sense bureau of prisons, said They didn't even really know that. This guy was writing a book and didn't enter into it. They were just so offended. By his violating the house arrest and going out, so we'll see He's such a dumb guy. My Bet is he. Will you'll? You'll be picking up the front page of the posting their ears again in three weeks for something really stupid we'll, we'll see so. Even following this lawsuit against Fox News. There's two women suing Fox News One Against Ed Henry. That one looks pretty real. Because she's got pictures, she's got taxed. The pictures are very ugly things. They're not the the normal. Here's a picture of my organ. It's not that it's beyond that way beyond I. Mean Really Kinky Bizarre. Had the tax are. Entering man. You boy was she was at this interesting on the year. He was the Dulles Guy Ever on television. You'd fall asleep watching this guy, but in real life Slap you around your my blank blank blank and you're gonNA. Get hit even harder tonight. These are the Texas produced allegedly from Ed. Henry, but I would assume if you're the attorney a vast attorneys. If you're the attorney writing up this whole thing and submitting it, you pretty much have to verify that these are real pictures that came from his number Because you're an officer, the court before you present this into into a trial, so we'll see now. There's another woman who claims Sean Hannity. Did this Tucker Carlson did that? Her story has fallen apart completely. All kinds of witnesses have come forward. Providing a is off on her claims. Dates Times this that she had story about Sean Hannity how? He in the middle of all studio, sit here's one hundred dollars. We're GONNA. Take this woman out somebody. Take you mortified humiliated. Well, it turns out. The real story is She's on the show as a guest. She calls the producer. They've found these emails and all this stuff. I have a close friend. He's with me here in New York. Can I bring him with me? He's very close to me. Can. We can come with me. The Studio Booker writes back of course. Bring them. Sean found out after the show, he said. I want to I. Want you to go next door to del friscos scripts what you have a nice. Nice dinner and drinks. It's on me and here's here's the money. He knew range to pay for the typical Sean. He does it for a lot of people. And this turns out to be what it was so That's not very good. And then the Tucker Carlson one was. They were all in town for the Christmas party, the Fox News Christmas party. And, he kind of said her on my hotel, room. And kids. she got this implication and she freaked out, and she was never on the show again and. Turns out. Everybody's checked into all this. The dates. Don't match up the date. She's talking about with nowhere near the Christmas party. He wasn't in town then. and they checked the records same with Sean. She was on the show justice many times after the incident as before the incident, so her whole thing has fallen apart People don't think you know that you sue big corporation digging a hire, a bunch of investigators. If your stories a bunch of lies, they're going to break it down real fast, and did so, but keep an eye on this Ed Henry Think He is Michael Cohen of? Fox News? You can't believe this guy gets himself into this trouble, and let's see if he worms out of this so What do you think a Kanye West this? The timing of all this so pepper nonsense the fact that it's happening justices album is coming out from the biggest family of self promotion ever in history. This is all just ginned up to sell albums, isn't it? Well I don't know, I think the guy's got some mental issues. Whatever the mental issue should tell me. This guy didn't have them a year ago when he married. Kim Kardashian together mental issues. True! He's writing about how she's. The mother is Christian Hoon. She's crazy. She's right away. He's writing about how they're. They're both great. They're all crazy. It's just one big mental institution in that house, so but. Nothing changed that you've got an album coming out and he's looking to promote it. What happened it just making a great album, and then you don't have to do all this stuff. You make a great album It gets played. Everybody loves it and that's IT. You don't have to go through all this crap. A Hey, what was that clip you played? It was mayor De Blasio? Saying, did he in that clip you played? Did he say the comeback of new? York is underway. You WanNa. Hear it. What's wrong with this guy? There's no question will deal with these issues as we have before, but most importantly New Yorkers are proving their commitment to their city, and the fact that the comeback is happening right now as we speak to heal. Right now I don't know what drug that is what he's smoking, but you gotta back off a little. He thinks this is the comeback of New York here's the pro. No listen. Crime has gone out of control in New York in the last few weeks. Graffiti is everywhere rioting, looting crime everywhere shootings. We've at three hundred shootings in the last month. New York has completely crumbled and fallen apart so when he says that the the real promise. Some people think he's just the dumbest guy ever that he stoned. He's dumb. He doesn't know where he is or some people think he's the biggest liar on earth if he's the biggest liar on earth. Maybe that's better because hopefully. We can fix it, but I'm starting to think he really. Is that dumb that he just doesn't know. What's going on? He's just completely clueless and lost. Or Am I wrong it just all of the above. I think he doesn't see a problem out there. He's fine with things as they are. or it could be, that could be such a left wing radical that when he sees graffiti, everywhere and people, shooting and rioting and looting. He thinks that's happened Tim. This is what life is all about. This is what we wanted. This is but something has to be done this lunatic this maniac. This crazed incompetent idiot has to be removed the only thing he's got going for him is if he leaves office the replacement. The next in line is Johnny Williams. WHO's the public advocate? WHO's even more left wing than him? Then you got that city council speaker whose another left wing Nutjob Cory Johnson, so that's the only thing that holds in there. There's no other mechanism right. We can't hold an election. There is actually. A way to do it in the New York state. Law The Supreme Court of New York Ken. votes who have a special election elected new mayor. How you would ever get that done is beyond me. It's just too complicated. Never ever accomplish this, but that's the only mechanism to remove and you can't remove him with a petition. Campus take control of the city. Yeah, the governor can remove him for thirty days I. Think if he removes him permanently I think then you get your money Williams, which is worse. so all the governor can do the president. You got to pressure the hell out of him to get something done, and if he doesn't do it, president, who is talking to the governor? They are on the phone with each other about this would have to send in A. Federal agents or something maybe take control of New York. City Police Department and you can put the New York. City Police Department back on the case and they could fix. This won't be easy, but they fix it, but somebody's gotta give the order, and this guy is just too stoned to lost too weird too crazy to get it done. Somebody is the good news. Is the president and the? The governor are talking about this almost every day, so hopefully something will happen. Hey, check out the webpage. You GotTa see this Dr Ci Crazy Dr Fouled. She threw out the first pitch last night. Typical fancy went way left very far left. and it was one of the worst absolute worst first pitches ever tossed out. It's embarrassing. Take a look at it now. What we have we have that. That cut together with right next to it. Is President trump throwing a bunch of pitches? Yesterday was playing catch and the White House lawn with Mariano Rivera very touching moment there with him and the kids and Mario undercover, but take a look at how president trump pitches and how he pitches. You will not believe the difference Oh also take his is really amazing history. These are the oldest photos ever taken. Taken in the United States Muslim from the eighteen forties, but you can really see in these black and white photos what it looked like in the eighteen forties in the United States. It's all up in the web page. Go to seven ten W. O. R. Dot Com Slash Mark Seven Ten W. O. R., DOT com slash mark. This is the mark Simone Show Mr. New York on seven ten W. We'll take some calls eight hundred three to one zero seven tennis number of Mike Francesa retiring again I I think he's the greatest greatest one of the greatest torture of us in the world, but I think it was. He was in a tough spot because if you're doing sports, talk. What are you talking about now? Who would stadium is the best cardboard cutouts is nothing to talk about this? Half a fake game made I mean how. How sports talk in general ratings are way down because there's nothing to talk about is pretty bad, but great guy who very well and hopefully he'll come back soon. a Joe Bartlett. Did you see the controversy about the president's tweet? The Democrats have a plan that will screw up every suburb they to this. This is not a joke. They WANNA put low income housing into reverie suburb. It's disgusting so the President tweeted out about this about tab upset about that, but in the tweety said suburban housewives upset about all of this. Well that caused all kinds of countries. You're not supposed to say suburban housewives. It sounds like as this person said he's right out of the madman. You're supposed to suburban women, not suburban Oh. Okay, all right see. It's very offensive. But that listen! That's one thing about president trump. He's old school. Old fashioned a lot of ways he always uses. A kind of old language. The like you know when he doesn't like something because this guy, what a beauty he is! That's an old expression or Again, ever since numbers well look at the figures. That's an old expression so. It is out of the mad men era, but if this is your complaint. If this is what you oppose I don't want a guy who's like a little outdated i. don't think Joe Biden issue candidate. Thing. They never never debate. The policy is only just language. Yes. Somebody pointed that out. You know whatever president trump does the corona virus briefing and then go to questions? There's never one question about the corona virus. All the questions about Donald Trump you did this. How come you say this? How come you do that? Why do you look like this? Why did you turn this way, not a single question about corona virus. Anyway, let's go to Let's go to Donna and long branch. New Jersey Hey Donna? Good Morning Mark. I'm talion originally from Benton, her and I gotTA. Tell you how she is like. The only guy from Brooklyn new can throw a ball. He needs to relinquish Brooklyn Card immediately. He's a weird guy. Very Weird Guy with that he does have a cuteness to a very lovable like Phil. RIZZUTO SORTA type on TV. He's cute. He's colorful. Got That scratchy voice so He's likable now. One reason he gets good coverage. He is the biggest publicity hound. He's been in government thirty seven years in that job. It's a bad thing when anybody's been the job thirty seven years in government. He's I as I say J. Edgar Hoover with a stethoscope. He has PR people working conformed. He's a PR expert. He's been on the phone every day with all the anchors. All the Jim Costa's all those people. He's been buttering them up for years. He is not by. By any stretch of the imagination, the nation's leading infectious disease expert. He's a bureaucrat who runs a bureau. We've got much better. infectious disease experts in this country, but he gave himself the title. He has all the anchors calling that all the time. He doesn't even run the house. He never ran the White House task force that's Deborah Burks, who is a much more knowledgeable expert than he is but she's not a publicity hounds. He doesn't butter up the anchors all day. She doesn't secretly call Chris Cuomo. Governor Cuomo and Jim Acosta Lester Holt everyday, but he does and gets all of that publicity anyway. Let's go to Irene and Long Island Hey I mean. I I just wanted to make a comment about them. Coming down on trump's still using the word housewives, if these women and the media so offended, then why didn't they contact Bronco and the Andy Cohen I'm Harrison changed the name of all his real housewives shows. Well, that's a very good point. Because if you watch, those real housewives shows they're all got. They're all working Joe, Bartlett. That's a good point. How isn't that insulting real? Yeah now you. Could Argue Because they're not real. In fact, some of them aren't even married, and it's not married What's her name? That nutjob Bethany wasn't married. Half of them are single. Have a lot of Marnie been wise. They're all you know the way they cast those shows. They run around new. York in the worst circles of the most crass people that can find, and they look for real loud mouth characters. Gills Aaron or Ramona singer. I mean just real screechy loudmouths, unrefined idiots that will cause a commotion on Camera. And they and they're all basically not none of them are in show business, none of them. If anything with the media so soon as television, they go crazy trying to be stars, they're. They're trying to get paid six. They're trying to create businesses. They're trying to promote themselves all the time. It's just kind of it's like. It's like putting gerbils in a cage in watching them run around a wheel, and that's at it really comes down to. Let's go to Let's go to Jeff in long. Island Jeff how you doing. Hi, mark I haven't heard this mentioned anyplace, but I remember Saudi during the AIDS crisis. He got a lot of flack because people that was suffering from AIDS. Doing. Combinations of drugs experimenting and they were starting to get results. He was against it and I. Remember them criticizing him I remember this clear day, so he's doing did the same thing with the hydroxy. same business is the same algae well. If Fawzi's tied up with big Pharma and all kinds of special interests that's a good point I think one of the re Hydroxy Clark and it's still being used by. By all the top doctors everywhere along with a six or seven drugs that are working. They just got a new index of Mecca whatever it's called seems to be very effective. They got seven or eight now. Therapeutics but found was against it because the pharmaceutical industry was against it. It's a a generic drug that nobody owns it. It's a it's a generic drug been around for years cost thirty cents a dose. Dose! They don't like that number. He was pushing rent disappear. They wanted RIN disappear pushed. It's brand new its patented, and it's two thousand a dose that that one. They liked they didn't like the thirty cents. Anybody can buy it anywhere. hydroxy chloroquine. Hey, when we come back. Jackie martling will be with US Jacqui. The joke man I really WanNa. Ask me about this. The whole comedy industry is kind. Kind of shut down all the comedy clubs. Everything is shut. They're trying to reopen. But what of all these guys been doing to get through this three months? We'll get to that in a moment on seven ten W.. O., R. Let's get the latest news. Here's Joe Bartlett. Can't hear the whole show live. Get the rest with Mark Simone man get his gas at seven ten W. O. R. Dot com slash mark. Mr New York Mark Simone on seven ten W. Well one of the country's best data comedians. Have you read his book. It's a great book. His whole story from bow to Stern, and of course go to his website Joke Land Dot Com and Great Him with Jackie martling doing. I am doing great mark of courses nothing to do, but eat and and I cannot thank you. Because you give me plugs with bill seafood and the guys are now. They're open, Thursday Friday Saturday and Sunday, and they load me up with seafood and I. got nothing to do but eat at this point. I'm so fat. That I've been born my girlfriend's Brosch. But they Ville is the perfect place to quarantine you right? You got an ocean The Long Island sound got a beach. You got food. You got everything right? What better place to women half-mile this morning? I'm on fire, but not for that so local reporter during an article on a traveling circus, and he comes upon a side so attraction, and says strange bedfellows, and under the sign is a cage with a wolf, and the sheep in it, and the report says to the owner of the circus they get along and the circus on his says yeah for the most part. He says well what about when they don't get along says. We get another sheep. Hey. Why don't blondes eat? Bananas I, don't know. They can never find the zipper. Wait a minute. Guy Gets his leg amputated and when he wakes up the surgeons looking down and the surgeon says. I got good news and bad news. The bad news is we amputated the wrong leg. The good news is the other legs getting better. Off. Everything good. For us because we just keep broadcasting, but if you are an comedy business appearing at comedy clubs. What have you guys been doing the last few months? I've been DOING CAMEO DOT com. If you go to cameo dot, com slash Jackie martling I do I I do happy birthdays. Congratulations on your divorce. People say please get dirty. Please get filthy. Please take it easy. It's my parents and I. I keep doing millions of these things. They don't pay big, but I do so many of them. They're just like a minute or two minutes and it's made for me. You know it's quick jokes. And they and they love my laugh and have fun, and and I call on to you I. Call Him the David Feldman and You know I'm actually going to start with. It looks like I'm GonNa do. Finally my documentaries done, and we're going to start screening it at drive ins, and it's made for us because there's no new this new. Stuff coming out of Hollywood or television, so they got no. New Material and my documentary is so much fun, and after the documentary I can stand up there. The drive in and do queuing eight and when I say driving, it's not necessarily drive ins. There's people I know this girl Michelle on the south shore has a huge blow up screen, and they put it like in a parking lot of like the beach or something like that and. You know they can fit like hundreds of cars and the people here the show or whatever's going on on their car radio. You know everybody's getting very inventive. I don't think it's a great thing for stand up comedy I know Jim Galveston, the huge show for a million people and Harvey leads, did some shows the southside johnny and the Asbury juice and they had. Five hundred seven hundred thousand cars, but I I don't know how rock and roll and comedy plays, but the to do a documentary, and then do a Q. and A. Afterward I. It's IT'S A it's gonNA fit perfectly, but I haven't done it yet, so the question, no, not making a nickel. Comedy driving things if they're in the car. How do you hear anybody laughing? How does that work at I laughter? You know it's it's you gotTA. Trust yourself and you know it's. It's one of those things where it's standing up and telling jokes. Is better than not doing it. So who cares me you know when it comes to me. I should be doing these because I don't care. WHO's laughing. You know me I could do my. Audience you know, but when it works, you know who knows Listen Guy. Guy! Says is. that. You don't think I gotTa Duck my wife. She cheats when we play board games. The bartender, says. Is that really a big deal. They hell yes last night my kids may were playing monopoly and she was in the garage naked with the landscaper. Why tend to our husbands, hospital room and the doctor says. He's dead. She says getting them in Anima. The doctor says that won't help. She says it won't hurt. Hey. Jackie, martling is I heard you guys you are comedians and now do zoom conferences. They appear at zoom meetings and. I've been doing those to you. Know I haven't done a million of them because I. don't like when there's like. When is I? Don't know if you've done them, but when there's more than like. Eight people if if it spills over into other screens. Work because you know people are so excited to have me there. You know and I tell a few jokes and tell them some stories. It's good, and then all of a sudden one of the guys with his microphone opens all of a sudden his daughter in the pizza and another guy's. Girlfriend and you really want to have the phones open I. Mean You know so? You can hear what's going on, but you know when people start farting around, it takes away from the whole thing, so I like to just limit it to. You know three or four people so yeah, it's not the same as you know. A group of a group of people with a big zoom conference, unless everybody's focused then and the few times that focus you know and I got paid very good money for doing it so I shouldn't wind. But you know you want people to get their money's worth. You know what I mean so but I love it. If people email me, jokes land at AOL, Dot Com I would love to do zoom conference. It's funny, you know. Popping without warning anybody. Joke Freak everybody out. You know, but you talked to everybody all the comedy club owners are what are they saying one? When did they think they'll ever get back to? You know everybody is, so they try to be so optimistic between me and you and the lamp post I personally think this this whole thing I read this book. The great influenza of nineteen seventeen and Read. It'll scare the hell out of you. I I think this thing is just getting started. So you know all I can say is Come to the driving and see my documentary and don't don't leave your counter open to go to a comedy club. You know I. I hate being pessimistic, but you know. What's? What's in the documentary? Is that like the book from bow to Stern? It's it's interviews with everybody and The story of my whole thing you know. You can't really just kinda scrapes on stuff, but there's a lot of jokes a lot of laughs. pendulum at Ardy Lang Stuttering John all the people you know it's. It's really fun. You know Willie Nelson you know so ago. I got a few people in snow. It's funny, you know. ARDY was supposed to be in it and then already got in trouble and We're all crap. We missed a window, but my Sacremento is taken so long that he he got out, got out of trouble, and he got cleaned up and he's one of the highlights of the documentary you know and everybody had seen the trailer I'll send you the trailer. You'll. I guarantee. You'll get a kick out of it, you know. And so few jokes, you can steal out of there, so people love that you know. What happened? The Howard Stern used to be you hardy Lang now it's Deepak, Chopra and meditation for to what the Hell happened. I got nothing to say about that. The bad mouth them and I you know. I'm not saying. But according to everybody, it's It's gotten a little weird. You know who knows you know. You know I became a Buddhist right in a nudist. Did Yeah, well. No, but I'm thinking of doing something I. GotTa Stop Being. Kill Pinocchio I Japan I'll pop. My girl keeps getting splinters. In Japan says. You some sandpaper, son. In, a few days later, Japan. Pinocchio. How are you doing with your girl? Nokia says who needs a girl. It's time, but if you WANNA hire Jackie martling for your zoom, conference or Iguana, get him on. What's the website joke? Land Dot Com. Joke Lind at AOL. Dot Com jail. Land at AOL. Dot Com so otherwise, says husband, the lady next door. Their husband makes love towards three times a week. Why can't you do that and he says? Because she's afraid, we'll get caught. Email, you can email. He's given up his email. Joke land at AOL DOT com. If you WANNA reach, Jackie martling Jackie martling. Thanks for being with us. Thank you, gotTa. Food. My friends Thursday through Sunday mark. I appreciate this. Let students soon and stay. Right, you take care. interbay check out the web page a lot of good stuff up. There Doctor Faustus throughout the first pitch at the opening day last night. It was one of the worst first pitches ever. This was like almost as bad as a the Baba Buoy. This might be worse and typical fatty it. It went way left so take. Years. What's up on the webpage? You can see the founder. She pitch and then yesterday president trump through some pitches with Mariano Rivera. The White House watched the to back to back. See The difference between FAO g pitching and trump pitching. It's a huge difference. Take a look at that on the webpage. Also the oldest photographs ever taken in the United States, these are from the eighteen forties fascinating stuff that it's all up on the web page seven ten W. O. R. Dot Com Slash Mark Ten W. O.. R. Dot com slash mark.

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Don't even know what this company Said Tribune Company. Tribune. Yeah. So. They fired everybody. There's like you know whatever it was six six hundred people work there and then the next thing you know two hundred people work there and next thing you know fifty people were. Down to six people now and when it's six people. Why would you need an officer a newsroom? So they've gotten rid of the news. This is the daily news no newsroom, no office no anything. It's a couple of people at home in their pajamas. This imagine that a major New, York daily newspaper being put together by people at home in their pajamas. You're right. Yeah. Our web page has more people working on it than the Daily News I mean listen are wr webpage would you say there's fifteen twenty people at work on that? Oh Yeah you go down to the second floor. There's all these offices and deaths and there's Tony running everything and All means a huge shoot staff. Of. People running around putting this. It's a much bigger operation than the Daily News. A little pamphlet that comes out now. The only thing they had people that looked at buying it the only asset, they really had to have a big state of the art printing plan. I think it's in New Jersey or queens somewhere, but that's worth less and less every day since less and less people print stuff very few people even the head of the New York Times. The other day said he he doesn't see having anything any kind of print edition within a few years. So that's pretty much worthless now but the Daily News, why do they keep doing it? Why? Why do they bother what? You don't want to give it up I suppose. But it's ridiculous. It's no daily news anymore but they keep pretending like there's a newspaper and if you go the daily news website, Whoa this looks like a newspaper but you find out again it's four millennials at home in their pajamas getting A. Paid by the hour a little part time rate speaking of which millennials got hit the hardest. You know those what he calls generation, whatever that live in their parents house and the nobody got hit harder by corona virus as far as financial career. Wise. Because they don't have a lot of savings they just basically you live whatever they make their been wiped out financially. So for you parents out there with the kid living at home. You got another five years of this kid minimum. He's not going anywhere. Because of this. So the big news was Let me get this right Carmela Harris think of a comma punctuation mark a comma. Comma Law. That's the official correct pronunciation Carmela Biden get right. Let me introduce to you. For the first time. Your next vice president. United States Comma Harris. Comma Harris. Earlier, he said Camera Komala Coma So she brings with her a ton of baggage more baggage than you would think any. Buddy would ever want on their ticket. He's to have to defend all of that She also she was a terrible candidate, the worst candidate in remember the democratic primary where they had seventeen candidates on stage you forget all these candidates, Tulsi Gabbard, who is the Andrew Yang Buddha judge remember all these people gory looker right listen with Warren. I'm forgetting names a couple of govern all these candidates. But the first one, the bomb out the one that did the worst of the whole bunch was Kamla Harris. She bombed out completely she was out of the race in a couple of weeks he never took off with voters. So that's a big problem against you could all this baggage you got video her calling Biden every name in the world calling him a racist segregationist screaming at him when he got in trouble for that sex channel about Really, really inappropriate touching of a woman she there's the video first thing I believe the woman so I don't know what they're gonNa do about all that. this is a very similar race to nineteen eighty-four. When Reagan ran for reelection, his base was so fired up about him and He was winning independence just like trump did. So they put up against Reagan nobody really wanted to take on Reagan but they put up against him. An old vice president who was kind of a middle of the role old vice president, and then he started pretend to be left wing that was Walter Mondale. So this is the sense, very similar Biden Mondale same situation. You get an old middle of the road vice president who now pretends to be left wing and what did mind they'll do he didn't think he could win this. He thought he was going to have a tough time. So he went historic he said, let me make historic. Nomination I'll put the first woman candidate for vice president ever on a ticket and he made history. So it looks like Biden's trying to claim the same thing. First. African. American first Indian I she's she's like nine different things. So this is a historic breakthrough ticks trying to do it Mondale? If you can't win at least make history. Let me ask you something. Are we supposed to get excited? This is the first African American vice presidential candidate. We just had an African American President for eight years. Every everybody was Gaga. Oh this is so historic. I guess because it's a woman of color. We just had a vice president for eight years. So what's historic about that was historic what's historic about this? Yeah. I don't know. It should be at the point now where you don't even notice, it's just you don't count it. It's normal. Well that's the one thing you got to say about the analysis yesterday it was all had to do with her ethnic background nothing. About her policies are what she stands for. Is supposed to accept except it's now that's totally normal. Not even something dimension anymore that's the idea. So but she made up powerful speech water speaker you think Churchill was good. Listen to this. One, we elect the guy who just isn't up for the job. Doesn't sound like he's just sitting in the food court and this is why. Doesn't sound great I mean. It's fine for a conversation. But when you get a parent stage, he's supposed to be powerful and speak with passion. This is not a great stuff heritage, the longest economic expansion in history. Joe Bartlett am I missing something? Well I I don't know about that but not I think to trying to not come across. Naturally where 'cause she would really be kind of strident if she did it her natural way of talking Oh that could be that's you think she's holding back a little there. Yeah. That could be yeah but she says he inherited the greatest economy ever. Yeah. Would go a path of a third of one percent of year for all these when trump took over just one vote you watch the graph it's a straight up when he took over but that's all Obama's Obama gets all credit for that. Trump. Yeah. But as soon as a crash that's all trump. So that's right. Here's. Here's the rest of that comment from Barack Obama and Joe Biden. And then like everything else he inherited. He ran it straight into the ground. I see this a big back to the four bankruptcies. He had four bankruptcies. Now, the fact of the matter which nobody points out if this were a Democrat, every paper explaining this Donald Trump has less bankruptcies on his record than just about anybody. he's had five, hundred, seventy, six companies, projects, ventures building five, hundred and seventy, six, four went bankrupt. That's a bankruptcy rate of zero point, two percents. for instance, did you know that Mitt Romney had fifteen of his companies go bankrupt? Does anybody mentioned that. Now his defense he was venture capitalists. That's a risky business. You're you're prone to bankruptcies but everybody apple has had stunning bankruptcies. Nobody's had bigger bankruptcies than Google remember the google glass remember Google glasses. Okay that was like a seven billion dollar crashing failure bankruptcy. Ge Every every major company world is a total disasters where they had to shut down the entire project division just got wiped out and that's one part of it. The other part is when you look at trump, well, the only bankruptcy thing was Atlantic city and you can't really pin down him. That was the whole sector going out at one point Atlantic city just crumbled and everybody went bankrupt. Caesar's went bankrupt sands went bankrupt win everybody just pulled out and left. So that's kind of a it's a fake charge but that's okay. The news media yet far bankruptcies. And then everybody because that's it. He said four bankruptcies you can't vote for. So in the corona season, it has hit America worse. than any other advanced nation. It's because of trump's failure to take it seriously from the start. There you go. If he had taken it seriously, it would've just gone away. Wouldn't have been. So now you could point to all these comments he made it's just a bad flu. You don't need a mask it'll go away when it gets warm. That was Pfau chief saying that you know you can check the record out she was that was his official advice took trump till probably towards the end of March to realize she doesn't know what he's talking about. The. Stop listening to him. But that was all vouch. You know they never mentioned wh why did he? By the way is not the leading infectious disease expert in America he's not even close. He's not even the top and he gave himself that title he's best friends with every anchor and reporter. So they always run that title I give myself one of these titles and get everybody just say He just came up this title. The Greatest infectious disease experts we have who really do this stuff they're not eurocrats and what they're actually on the front lines with this. They must be. They must really get mad when they hear that all the time. So he's just the nation's biggest publicity hound ever in the anything to do with medicine. So You gotTA remember If you watch the speech, you check the record whenever they announced vice presidential candidate and they make the first appearance and make the speech. The next day all fake news talk about it was the most powerful. We've never seen anything that brilliant it was the greatest. This is always the first day and then boom. It's downhill from there. Check their record Dan Quayle Spiro Agnew. First date. Brilliant. Great. What a candidate than story downhill remember. Tim Kaine. Forgot that name nobody remembers this guy that's Hillary pick go back, check the record the day after Tim Caine was introduced brilliant what a speech he's unbelievable what I helped to the ticket two weeks later, Hillary wouldn't even talk to nobody pays attention to this guy Mike Pence. Wade, he tries to debate Kamala Harris. Mike Pence is a very good debater. Go check his last debate Kale member. He was a radio talk show host for a few years. You learn how to debate when you do that. Also, he's really steady calm when Kamala Harris tries to debate, she gets really ugly and unlikable watcher go after cavenaugh in those hearings it was ugly stuff. So I. Don't think this is going to go. Well, it was a very, very, very weird choice The president was asked about it right I. think that's probably one of the reasons she was a terrible candidate was forced to leave the race because she got her facts wrong. Interest is very bad or on fact she's very weak on facts and just so you understand. More testing than any country in the world by far that includes India, which has one point, five billion people that includes China that includes every country in the world we've done more testing. He's got a point. You know countries like China India where they can take over all the manufacturers can do anything they want and what they couldn't come close. We've done sixty, five, million tests, their the nowhere near us. So he's got a pretty good argument there if it was possible to do more testing, why didn't anybody do it anywhere in the world? Nobody's been able to answer that Here's the horrible things about him. Including accusations made about him by. A woman where she I guess believe the woman. And now, all of a sudden she's running to be. Vice President saying how wonderful he is. When he was accused of a ugly sexual assault, she said, I believe the woman and then there's a debate we're twenty minutes. She called them an evil segregationist racists of Why now does she love him because she's very, very, very transactional and a colander phony That's just the first nickname if you check the record. very often the first nickname and then throw it out and got a better one So it takes two or three till you get one that sticks by itself I used to be sleepy joe now it's slow Joe I like that slow Joe is a much, much better nickname, a the mayor and Governor Cuomo have they've destroyed New York they've destroyed the economy they just destroyed everything. So we keep hearing thirty percent of our restaurants will be gone when this is over. Now we're hearing forty fifty percent so far thousand restaurants have already officially closed a thousand restaurants. To. The best in the city Bernardine officially closed gone for real they took everything the wine. Collection everything they auctioned off at Sotheby's it's all gone Thomas Kelly you know he's. Considered. By many to be the top chef in America. and he opened his newest place was in the, Hudson yards he just announced yesterday it's closed. It's gone shutting down can't survive. So this guy with restaurants all over the place nobody more successful then Thomas Keller from per se to Sean to all these. So he can't make it through this. So I don't know where this is going to where this is. Hey, congratulations to twitter got a new feature now. You can shut off comments when you put up a post, you can set it. So nobody can comment on it. Best thing they've ever done. Now I've got it set that way who needs a stupid comments from these crazy evil hateful. You can shut off the comment. It's GonNa, make it a cleaner nicer environment they've done that so people can't bully people on there but great move From, twitter this another service now called. Parlour lot of P. A. R. L. Er lot of people switch over to that. It's like twitter without the censorship of anything pro-trump So follow me there to parlor lot of the president everybody's on it now. Oh, check out the webpage a lot of good stuff up there Check this out? This is the trump campaign is finally put out the first ad about Kamala Harris take a look pretty good also that creepy little worm that Brian stelter. Take a look at this. This is a great effort. Funny Little documentary on him. It's often the web page go to seven, ten W. O. R. Dot Com Slash Mark Seven, ten, W., O., R., DOT COM slash mark can't hear the whole show live get the rest with mark. Simone on to man get his casts at seven ten W. O. R. Dot com slash mark. Yesterday. Mark Simone on seven ten W. O.. Hey Minneapolis. That's where all this started with the terrible horrific killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and that's where you saw this wacky stupid mayor. We. Thought he was the worst in America until we found out about the real bill de Blasio and then that's where you I heard every screaming defunding police Joe. Bartlett. Guess. What they're doing Minneapolis they've just announced the new plan. They're they're going to fund the police nope. nope. Going to spend all the money on an unarmed civilian police force Oh this will be the new plan. Yeah. This'll be good. This really good Minneapolis plans to create an unarmed patrol. Stop the violence and anarchy it'll. Be Civilians, unarmed. Now, you might be saying, well, wait a minute that's That's The Guardian angels well The Guardian Angels. They look pretty tough those guys and they're well trained by Curtis. They set up all kinds of training most of them are like martial arts and all this stuff. This is different. This is GONNA be some unarmed Minneapolis liberals and they're going to. How many do you think we'll be mugged and beaten up within the first week. This is not going to be a good idea not this is not gonNa be good, and then you've got the president trump yesterday called Mayor de blasio horrific mayor you gotta the Guy who literally destroyed New York this one stoned idiot this destroyed New York pulled back the police department eliminated police protection from a lot of places destroyed the economy thousands and thousands of businesses closing three hundred thousand people have left new city fleeing the city He's got a good explanation. The sad reality is no one has done more to set back New York City than Donald Trump because he failed New York City and he failed America with his handling of the coronavirus you see. Him I didn't realize it's all donald trump what a lunatic This mayor is just an absolute nightmare. I don't know if ever recover Anyway let's take some calls. Let's go to Donna calling from Admit I lost Donna from New Jersey how you doing? Good Morning Mark How are you? Good. So I wanted to talk about the fastest and media is now to portray heels Paris as being with a moderate. Meanwhile, there is such a long list she wants to allow felons to vote from prison. She was a close degree new deal to wants to raise their test is she wants to ban fracking she wants taxpayer funding for healthcare for legal. No private healthcare she support sanctuary cities she wants socialized medicine for everybody. She praised the LA. Mayor for slashing the budget for the LAPD. She also compared ice officials to the KKK. Is a nightmare. No horrible. Just horrible Biden takes on a lot of baggage I give him credit for bravery on on this. Yeah. She called ice the KKK and she's got a good plan for America no border and people will vote from their jail cells. It's a great. It's even the blasios would applaud this. Let's go to Chris who's in Long Island Chris how're you doing? Mark Santa The show I've come up with the perfect nickname for and I know you know the president please let him know call it Karma Chameleon 'cause that's what she is she. That's a great. Man What's it? What does it give? Comma Chameleon the old song. I don't think the president it's the president won't even recognize the title of it He's he's calling a phony Kamla, that's not great. But because I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the eye center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for lacing. 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So you can focus on family friends and fund if you check in the past whenever he came up with the perfect nickname, there were a couple of weren't so great for sometimes it takes the second or third try to get it right Hey, big. We didn't talk about this big ten sports college sports not GonNa be around this year. Is that possible? Yeah. What are we going to do? maybe the pros will play. Well I you know a lot of analysts have looked this. The stock market is doing great people really trading stocks. They think one of the reasons is the lack of sports, all the gamblers addicted gamblers who bet on all the games, and this'll be a big thing in the fall with all the college sports. They gotta Bet since there's no gains to bet on they've been betting on the stock market. So they've they think that's why so many more people are playing stocks as well. We'll talk to an expert on all that stuff and one of our smartest guests Jake Novak will be with us next we'll see if anything can save a New York City also over those job numbers but I on seven ten W. O. R. Let's get the latest news. Here's Joe Bartlett. The Mark Simone Show, seven, ten W. Well Jake Novak's best columnists in America. You can read them but CNBC DOT COM and make sure you follow him on twitter. It's Jake Jake Ny at twitter I also sent a daily briefing Jake. Novak News Dot Com Jake Novak News Dot, com check Novak. How you doing I'm doing really well, very exciting, political and financial news just breaking some pretty excited about that. Explain those job numbers is as good as it sounds. Yeah. I mean look it's we have you heard me joking before I don't even know why we're doing some of the economic reports. Because we know we're in trouble we we've had this pause, it's not a natural economic cycle. This is these are lockdowns that I don't have to do with finance either lockdowns that have to do with a health scare. However you know we've got to see some data that we like to see some data that shows these things are slowing down and to have sixty, thousand, fifty however many it was i. think maybe more than one hundred, thousand fewer people filing for unemployment last week. That's a really good sign because you know as you know mark, there's still some states that were moving the lockdown even more during that period. So this means that you know in the states that are some more open people are getting back to work. We need to keep this trend going. I'd love to see eight, hundred, thousand number or lower next week. I notice Harris Widener, all the they're now using this line. President trump to strike the economy with his I make the case that he destroyed me when anybody that. You know it's it sound-bite television I'm sure a lot of their followers will we'll believe that and just in, and now they're has the same people who are saying lockdown the economy stop everything even more trump is reckless for trying to keep your job open are saying he's wreck the economy I mean come on guys there has to be I. would hope that there some level of moderate independent thinking people who may or may not have you decided in this election who have the intellectual honesty to say, Hey, look we we ordered all of. US ordered this economic lockdown. That's the only thing that's load this economy down, and whereas we're still not where we want to be anywhere near where we wanna be on jobs the fact is the the the finance and the finance platform in this country is still strong. The stock markets are still strong. The fact that the stock market is as strong as it is right now, despite this job you know these jobs numbers lockdowns is a pretty strong indicator of how strong the economy was going into this and how strong it can be pretty soon. The other line she was used in his of the world peace destroyed world peace to serve around the world. We've had more peace in the world since he took over and what about this new development, the UAE in Israel what what's that all about? Well, I'm really glad you asked that because there's a political and a big financial aspect to all this you know. So we just have this breaking news, the United Arab Emirates, which is you know there's some really great things about the United Arab Emirates not gonNA say anything bad about them but I just for for those who don't understand the United Arab. Emirates is a client state of Saudi Arabia it's under the control of the Saudis. So in the United Arab Emirates does anything it's acting as a tow dipper for Saudi Arabia and you you may have seen many things I've written over the years Saudi Arabia Israel had a de facto peace agreement for a few years now, probably about five years and more intense in the last three years. So the UAE just announced a president trump just announced he's brokered this peace deal and when when you say peace means an open honest they're going to sign a treaty have meetings and all that kind of peace deal as opposed. To just doing things behind closed doors. That's a big deal because that makes it that much easier for Saudi Arabia, which is the biggest fish in the Sunni world. That's the richest country in all of Sunni Islam, and that's of course where the holy sites are Mecca Medina. So this is a very big deal for that reason. Now, everybody knows mark that Israel and Saudi Arabia are mostly at the table or at least began to go at the table together because they needed to support each other against Iran. But I'm here to tell you there's a big financial reason for this. Also, the Saudis are desperate to diversify. Their oil-based economy, they're always going to be a mostly oil-based economy but crown prince been saw mon ones tech. He wants a bunch of other things that only Israel can provide in that region to them. So this is a t and that's me means I I would rather have that kind of a deal being made because hopefully one day the evil regime in Iran will go down and when that happens, I'd like to see the financial ties between Israel and the Saudi countries. The Saudi satellite countries remain intact. So this is a big deal today and good news and the president of part of a brokering that so I don't know what she's talking about. He really as far as peace in the world relative peace in the world as been pretty good for four years. It's hard to argue against that. Isn't it? Right I mean we he's reducing again. This is more duplicity just like we've we've talked about in the beginning of the segment they they're saying, oh, he's hurt the economy, but then they're the ones telling everyone to shut the economy down they're the ones who are upset when when president trump announced the draw down of troops in Syria announced the draw the return of troops from Afghanistan or at least most of them they went crazy. Oh, this proves it. He's. The puppet of Russia, which by the way is ridiculous for a lot of other reasons and then they say, oh no, you're starting a lot of as well. There has not been any esscalation. We haven't seen American troops in large numbers going to new places starting into new fights since he's become president he's he he restrained himself in the early days of administration. If you remember when Syria looked like it was pretty good evidence that Syria used. Chemical weapons or gas weapons against its own people. We there was a bombing that the United States carried out, but there was no invasion of trips, new boots on the ground. So it's a really we got a week arguments. We heard yesterday from canal ten camera. Harris, that was one of the weakest ones that I don't even think that for example, like some of the Bernie Sanders folks at. Some of the far progressive people in the party they know whether they like whether they like trump or not. They know that we're that were not involved in as many wars as we were just a few years ago. They had they even the code pink people they know that they don't I'm not saying they loved trump that I don't think that was the argument to get them to the table. Yeah Hey Jake Novak. About schools everybody's trying to reopen schools. This blended learning does this sound like this can work? No, I don't think it's going to work I'm very sorry to say that I wish there was something that could replace kids in a classroom There's first of all. It's not gonna work economically because this is actually even worse if you have one or the other than than parents can plan now I would much rather see kids go to school and that means we have to shorten the day eliminate lunch and gym and maybe have more hand washing breaks i. think that's really the best thing to do, and by the way, that's what doctors in Canada and other countries have said to do you know just. Bring those kids at school just be a little bit more careful about stuff i? Think that's the best thing to do. But the fact that they're doing this hybrid thing, we're one day the kids will be home when they won't. We don't really know what day it it'll be changed from week to week. Imagine if you're someone who has a job to go to and you don't know when your kid is going to need to be they need daycare or need some kind of supervision or not. There's that problem. The second problem is as we know a lot of poor middle class even. Middle class kids don't have the greatest technology. There's days in my house where I don't have really good internet connectivity you know. So we know that the people without the best systems, the kids who are in the homes that the best systems are not going to be educated maybe even at all because we already saw that last spring. So to me is just the worst of all solutions I say go back to school with some new procedures maybe shorten the day. I'm not saying it to be totally the same but this blend is thing I think is GonNa Rob Everybody of an opportunity. What about the Jake Novak Long Island Connecticut Indoor dining it's been a couple of months. Now there's no outbreak every why can't New York start on the road to indoor dining? Well. I don't think that the city has good leader you know this. Mark. Simone. You're one of the best people have pointing this out. We don't have a good mayor and York City. We don't have a really great governor either I mean honestly their, there's New York Manhattan is under much more of a lockdown than it should be. Now, the only thing that that the blase should be trying to lockdown as the violence and the crime spike if we saw more cops on the Streets to deal with that as opposed to shutting down businesses and restaurants. We'd be a much better place I mean I can't see how this is going to turn out very well, and I, think to me because the blasios almost on his way out and I have optimism about whoever will replace him as mayor I know it's more than a year. It's a little bit annoying that you have to wait that long. Yeah if I had a billion dollars in my pocket, I would still be investing in Manhattan real estate of stuff like that and stuff like that. But I'm not so sure that everyone will feel the same way you know this isn't really rough situation. They are. Again, we haven't seen outbreaks in grocery stores that we haven't seen outbreaks by the way even from the protests that they had here in New York and the New York area we didn't see a spike right we didn't see spike a couple of months ago and the George Floyd protests going in New York and you and I and a lot of people were pointing out the hypocrisy that you could you could. Go in a large without a mask if you were protesting, but you couldn't go to church okay that that hypocrisy hasn't gone with. That's still a thorn and all of our sides. But did we see a big outbreak to be more deaths spike in New York? No, we didn't. So absolutely, we should be opening up the restaurant and the churches in the synagogues much more than we already are again with precautions. Nobody's saying that we don't take newer precautions and we don't get smarter about things I get it but we are going too far and it's hurting our economy, our culture, our kids I you know it's it's actually hard to even add up all all all the harm. You WanNa read guy. Of any object Novak's columns Jack Novak CNBC DOT COM and follow him on twitter. You get everything there Jake Jake ny at twitter Jake Jake ny at twitter and sign up for his daily briefing. Jake Novak News Dot? com. And Jack, Novak, thanks for being with us. Always great stuff. Thank you. Happy early weekend everyone. All right here Yeah, actually well, it's actually Friday from me because I'm taking tomorrow off. It's the weekend for me but we got some great stuff up with the webpage take a look The trump campaign came out with the first ad against Kamala Harris. It's pretty good. Take a look at it. We got that up on the web page also the true story of that creepy CNN fake news, a little worm Brian stelter this little documentaries pretty funny. It's all up on the web page. Go to seven ten W.. O.. R.. Dot Com slash mark seven, ten, W. O. R. DOT COM slash mark.

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Hour 1 De Blasio and Cuomo are driving people out of NYC.

"Is I. Don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the eye center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for lasix over the past thirty years. The center is helped tens of thousands of people realize the freedom lacy. Bites. Now is the time for twenty percents off for a limited time with one of northern Virginia's leading surgeons plus get an additional eight hundred dollars off when you schedule within thirty days, register for your savings and schedule your free consultation. Now at the ice enter dot com, some restrictions apply. On the voice of new. York. Seven ten W art. Well we got lots to talk about A. We'll go over the Democratic convention. I know you're saying that we have to I didn't really watch it. We'll get to that. Also, what can you do about Mayor de Blasios We may have an answer we'll get to that coming up and and a lot more Joe Bartlett. Did you watch any of the Democratic convention? Only highlight sign. Couldn't watch it either I wanted to but Hey, the with law and order reruns on two and a half men and much more important. But you know what's interesting Monday night was pretty bad and the ratings were a disaster down twenty eight percent. Twenty eight percent. From from two, thousand sixteen and on the broadcast networks, which is where most people watch it down forty two percent. That's a lot from two, thousand, sixteen and remember that was not as say is important election according to the Democrat. So ratings way down even co bear and Jimmy Fallon last night ridiculed the Democratic convention even they just made fun of it I just it looks like a bad pbs fundraiser you know what's interesting? It's not a live convention in the big convention hall with a screaming cheering audience and balloons, and all that goes to video. But and I know that's tough. But it's the Democrats that own all of Hollywood, all the top producers, directors, writers, that's who the Democrats on their team you'd figure. They could make better videos than anybody that's where they would have the advantage over Republicans make an incredible video presentations but they didn't just these bad zoom calls these bad. They look like a middle of the night infomercials you know where it's like a old TV like Ed asner trying to sell your life insurance just really bad and I think you'll agree there was absolutely no message nothing. Not. Vote for Donald Trump they don't like donald trump he's. You know I was surprised to find that out. That's what I. Apparently. They don't like Donald Trump who knew that so but they had no plan. nope. No proposals no anything they kept mentioning Corona Virus Donald Trump caused it. And as if I had somebody else been present, they would have done something differently and they kept implying that you know wait Joe Biden gets in you'll see a different if you ever try to pin him down, what would you have done differently, they always say well to slow this slow on that who slow hey, hey, if you're looking for speed I, don't think Joe Biden is your canditate. Did. See. Bill Clinton speech did you I saw the replay. or I I called a speech, it looked like a deposition or something. Like he was testifying what did that look bad but he had these stupid points about He said about Donald Trump said if you want you Oughta guy that just sits around and watches TV all day. Donald trump is like seven cities this week already, and it's only Wednesday Biden is Stuck. In his basement a wheelchair what do you think is watching TV all day Joe. Biden was asked about that Dr Excuse me Dr Jill Biden was asked about that. You hear her answer was she said, don't tell me about his cognitive he's on the phone all day with governors with the mayor's with Nancy Pelosi you believe that Joe Bartlett. He's on the phone but I don't know who he's talking. If he knows what he's talking to yeah, he's holding the phone. Upside down. And I, you know what that might be. You ever have a relative or somebody who is slipping who's mind is going an and they're you know homebound or in the nursing you have people call them all day long you try to keep them active tried to keep the brain work and it might be that she might have arranger everybody keep calling them all day long and you have to run through one of those fake conversations with you act like they're okay. But clearly, they're not. So and what did you think Clinton said The White House, the White House should be a command center. The Oval Office should be a command center. He turned into a massage parlor who the hell's he talk a command center and then He took what he said the president like a bully. You ever, seen? Democrats in the street when there rioting protesting a bullies look at the. Democratic mobs of beating up people smashing, win talk about being a bully. So it just went on and on ao see but they don't like her do they. Come to CUOMO got five minutes. She got like forty seconds. They did they give her it was like a tick tock video so she got. A. Little Clip and. Now. Tonight, the speakers listen to this lineup tonight. It's President Obama Hillary Clinton because of that I guess the history channel has decided to carry. This is so far in the past. Oh, my favorite was John Kerry. If you want to jinx campaign if you WANNA really put us a curse a stink on a campaign bringing John Kerry the biggest loser of all and He made his whole. He was the worst secretary of state. He's the guy. That made the worst deal ever in history that Iran deal that was the worst agreement ever signed in history. where he went over there, this is how he negotiate. Exactly. I can't leave here I gotTa have something whatever you will you write whatever you want will sign it and it was this re remember that ridiculous Iran deal where. They would self inspect. And they had thirty days to let us know what they. So he was just a fool as the secretary of state and he made this speech about how were being left at around the world. listen Donald. Trump can be a crude boorish BRASCO. What are you don't like his table manners you don't like his bedside. That's. But do you think he's really laughed at by people around the world or you kinda worry about what he might do next or When it comes to being laughed at remember, carry this pink spandex. Bicycle outfit. member. Windsurfing remember that stupid windsurfing it was this. Beacon Hill elitist that crazy Gypsy wife trying to look like a normal person. But he was like a real a mummy coming out of the crypt to watch him speak last night. what did oh The kept saying over and over again, the future of art democracy is at stake. You really think that when you see Donald Trump. No not at all. if you hate a normal person who hates trump, they say, hey, doing good for why does he have to tweet? Why does he have to say those things? Why know they just worry about you know? Not enough dignity. That's all nobody's worried about the future of our democracy with Donald Trump but they are worried about the future of our democracy when they see their city being burned down when they see rioting looting they see crime out of control. They see you the police being eliminated that's when they rule worry about the. End of our democracy, that's when they worry about our future. So Democrats really really really tone deaf on that whole thing Your was Nice. Very Sweet Rosalynn Carter. Nice woman here's her quote. Joe Biden recognizes the challenges facing families. He doesn't even recognize his own family member that the time to turn to assist or and he thought it was his wife and he couldn't tell sister from his wife and he didn't know where he is. That's the other thing. There was this. This line there's one person that's looking out for us. It's Joe Biden a good luck if that's who's looking at you. Know where he is he was in office for forty years didn't solve anything forty years didn't get anything fixed. If you think now that he's a foggy brained invalid a wheelchair now, he'll get it done You're GONNA be sorry about that. He's just incapable of who was the big winner last night I think there was one. Biden. The big winner was. The State of Rhode Island. Okay. Two column. Yeah finding second to get anything out of there. I know bounce out of that. But Yeah Rhode Island and I love Rhode Island been a lot of time there. But when I was holding up that big dish Akal Amari it makes you wanna go to Rhode Island didn't it? They all do these videos for their state and you forget it's a good way to attract tourism and business. New Jersey kind of blue because they had Phil Murphy standing there A Nice Guy. But when you look at Phil Murphy Standing Outside, you know look go hang out with that guy. But when you see a guy holding a big hot steaming plate of Amari that's where I'm going on vacation. So they really really took advantage of it was perfect Tonight is Obama Hillary and then what's third? Harassed. Don't forget her. She goes a little spin okay. She's not much of a speaker but. Number, this is democratic world. So they write up all the cliches all the sound bites and everybody's GonNa. Think it's you're going to be reading the next day. You'll see tears unless you're whole size is the open news George Stephanopoulos be crying is that it was the most powerful speak morning Joe they've it was Chilean. Powerful speech but this Lester Holt is such a crook. This Lester Holt is the most corrupt anchor of ever seen. He opened yesterday with ten minutes on the post office scandal how mailboxes were being taken away. Well, we now know that this whole post office scandal is a hoax. because it's now come out that every week they take away that amount of mailboxes they take him in they fix them, they changed the lid sometimes, they don't put certain ones back sometimes they put him in a different places goes on all the time it standard weekly post office business just to give you an example during the Obama years twelve thousand mailboxes were removed it happened, but the are never mentioned any of that completely con the audience. As if something so strange, it's just happened with these mailboxes and that hearings are going to be held. Do, we really have to go through this hearings are GONNA be held. And the poor postal guy has to get up there and explain we do this every week. Here's a list of all the we've been removing mailboxes all the time. It's perfectly normal. Now what can you do about build the Blasios everybody knows this is a nightmare he and Cuomo have destroyed New York. first step get rid the Blah's. You'll get a real mayor who put the police. Department. Back on the job This all started over George Floyd and it's interesting black lives matter given credit. They were successful at fundraising. They've taken an oath billion dollars in funds to these three people as far as getting anything done. Nothing. What you want to get done change police procedures get rid of some cops make things you fix things. So you don't have that kind of stuff. Anymore that George Floyd type stuff or anything close to it, that's what you wanted to fix. They forgot about that within two weeks and then it became looting rioting breaking into Gucci. Louis Vuitton burning up things beating up people robbing people so that the whole original point is lost nobody even remembers it anymore it's just all rioting and destroying everything so. In the middle of that they cut the Police Department of Minneapolis. They actually voted to close down their police department. At the same point, the blasio releasing prisoners into the streets The whole thing is out of control he's restricted. The police are not allowed to do anything shootings, muggings, robbery everything out of control people started putting together petitions. There's no mechanism. Anywhere to remove him with a petition can't be done but. The answer is and you could get enough people together and enough money people would contribute. You could raise a fortune for this. You take this guy to court and sue them. They've already started in Minneapolis. They're taking their mayor to court and suing him and it looks like you've got a pretty good legal case that he's violated his oath. That he's violated the requirements of his job in a in the middle of a crime wave. If you're shutting down the police killed by that, you think that's a pretty good case. You could make the case that he's Totally violated everything and how you get removed from that. But that's the way to get him under oath get a deposition on him. So it should be done this a lot of wealthy people out there there's a lot of lawyers would volunteer you take the Blasios to court. You Sue the hell out of him get him under oath You'd have a chance to put everybody under oath and find out exactly who restricted the police department who did what sue all of these guys sue. CUOMO. Carl hasty who stays under the radar Because he's been doing so much to destroy a New York. He's the guy that came up with the releasing all the prisoners and get these three guys under oath sue them sue them sue them you could get enough money together I know this a lot of guys contribute everything. There's a lot of lawyers that would volunteer and even if they don't volunteer soon as you dangle some money in front of on attorney, they're there for you. So that's the answer just start suing the guy, get him under oath. Did you hear? This tells you everything Democrat Convention. How many speakers did you see the last two nights just say sixty, two, thousand speakers not one of them was built the Blasios he was not invited. He was told to stay the hell away. It was asked about it yesterday he said he's just been too busy just busy. Really. Very busy. So busy I mean, I've seen busy. This guy is busy picking up. Calling the glass repair companies he's so busy. He couldn't be there. Remember he tried to run for president couldn't get anybody to show up he do a rally four or five people and they found out the three of them. Three of them actually worked on the campaign they were his staff and there was one guy still sitting there and they go. Why are you still sitting here? US I'm the next speaker. Hey, check out the web page. got a lot of good stuff. Do you know why John Casick hates Donald Trump? So much that he would go speak at the Democratic Convention It's not just it's not politics. He has a burning hatred for Donald Trump. It's because of this watchlist video trump used to ridicule him. It is so funny watch this video also, hey, did you see the Bernie Sanders outtakes? Where he's getting ready to do video. Yeah, we got the footage before they went on the air before it went live watch these outtakes it's Bernie prepare, and he's getting ready and the wife says you know stand up straight. Up Straight watching yell at the white because Shh. Stop. Watch him fight with his wife right before he goes on Oh also whenever you have somebody from the other party come speak at your convention. There was only one time it worked. You remember when John Kerry was running against. Bush. And they got this Democrat Zell Miller to come speak against Kerry it was one most powerful speeches ever. This one speech wiped out Kerry at the Republican convention. It's all up in the webpage go to seven, ten W. O. R., Dot Com Slash Mark Seven, ten W., O. R., DOT, com, slash mark. Put a little more mark Simone and your day get his podcast on demand at seven ten, W. O., R. Dot com slash mark. Mark Simone I'm the Voice of New York seven ten. W. We'll take some Paul's eight, hundred, three to one, zero, seven ten is the number. Let's go to Eric Who's in New Jersey, Eric how you doing? Eric Hi Morris. Jersey. Okay, we're looking for Eric. You'll do go ahead. Thank you. My comment is on Mr Cuomo's newest book he plans to release. Thornton released the. Sources say. Titled, Book. If you'd like to know is how I killed over six thousand innocent news seniors and the subtitle is how to destroy new. York City by funding the police and releasing dangerous criminal right we would have been better off a bill eric but anyway, thanks for calling. That's very good the books already outdated turns out it's twelve thousand seniors. He killed not six thousand Joe Bartlett. That's true. Right? He's writing a book. The he definitely writing a book. Yeah. Writing a book about how Great My accomplishments it's more like a pamphlet. Actually he's writing a book about what a great job he did This is Andrew. CUOMO. That's like a what's his name James? Call me who in the middle of getting investigated indicted got caught in all kinds of corrupt wrote a book called a higher honor. Remember that book he wrote This is like Bernie madoff writing an accounting. It's absolutely ridiculous that they get away with that stuff. Let's go to Joe who's calling from Long Island Joe how're you doing? Fine thank you. Mark I just wanted to make very depressed. What's the matter? I just wanted to make a comment about something this mid with otherwise known as Kamala Harris said when she was claim that president trump ruined. ruined. The Obama economy. First of all the Obama economy was already in the toilet when trump took over, he brought it back and when this virus over and as far as I'm concerned, it is Do you WANNA. Go back to the economy you had under trump. Do you want to continue the PLATTSBURGH had under trump or? You know underlying. Very, good. Thanks for calling me. Let's good way to put it. You want to go back to Obama's economy or trump's economy. It was pretty good. Hey, by the way you Kamala Harris is Kinda. Dumb, right you do know that. You know they keep talking about like she's sort great legal mind you know she flunked the bar exam in California. One of those people had to take a few times before she got it not too bright. Let's go to Vincent Brooklyn Vincent. You've got. Me Kamala Harris couldn't sleep the professor of the practice who was given the bar exam. Something guess she couldn't get over mark in regards to the decline of New, York City and New York state and all the democratic run cities where it is riots several weeks ago on a financial advice show that as on. Saturday mornings on wwl law the conductor of this show. Pose this question to the audience and to people like US unfortunately, who live in New York City he said, why would anyone want to go and live in New York where you'RE GONNA pay high taxes you'RE GONNA pay a lot of money to rent an apartment and all by a Co op or a house and most of all, you're not going to be protected by the legislation 'cause I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able. To, see because enough is enough at the eye center. 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Is who swore protect you who the legislators are going to protect the robbers, the muggers, the junkies, and all the degenerates that occupy in the front of all these hotels on the upper west side. He says, why would you WANNA come to New, York La Minnesota, and start a family of a dad and mocked the guys right. You always posing this question to anybody who let's say out of business school who got their master's always thinking about coming in New York, I mean the only reason is if you're in show business television or high finance, well, even now you can do a lot of that stuff too high finance you could do from your home on your computer. Can Hey show business be happy to move out of New York the first thing that happens they move somewhere else there's no unions the the the cost down by seventy five percent. That's why you see CNBC in New Jersey and that's why people move out of New York save a lot of money. But Vincent certain. Question why? Ask You. Questions certain organizations make a lot of money off people. It's strip clubs because they got to go through certain suppliers that what are they going to do? These organizations will lose a lot of money. We invent themselves as Michael. Corleone side in ten years the call only family will be mainly legit mock. Acceptable. But they're always saying never have Yeah. Well. They they got their front organizations where people you know long to the money like in Italy and every day get. It's all over Davos more all over the place all over the world by just reinvent themselves and people like the Blasio, GonNa Present and Cuomo, plenty opportunities because. Exactly, because people are in dire straits, right? That's a good good point Vincent. Thanks for calling. He's right. They reinvent themselves had a go into the body bag business with the blasios. Hey, when we come back Greg Jarrett, he's the best legal analyst in the world. So what's the deal with the Senate intelligence? Committee says, they've proved that Mueller was right? They proved there was well, we'll get to that in a second on seven ten W. O. R. Let's get the latest news. Here's Joe Bartlett or. User one mark Simone. W. Well Greg Jarrett is the best legal analyst in America. Actually, you should check out his website, the Greg Jarrett. Calm the Greg Jarrett Dot com get his books witch-hunt. Russia. Witch hunts a great book and Of course seem all of the Fox News Channel and that's great him when this Greg Jarrett. Mark I'm fine. Always good talking to you. I let me Did you watch the convention last night? Did did you know that they hated trump I just found this out watching this convention. I was stunned every shot I could've sworn that Democrats have door trump and never did anything to smear or damage him in what became known as the Russia hoax that was commissioned by the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign. So it all came as a shock to me last night as as I. saw them say bad things about president trump. So blame this Mitzi, the Senate report comes out, and if you watch the fake news, all the fake news anchors are listening to morning. Joe It said this report proves that Moller was right about everything they were tied up with Russia well, what's the truth? The truth is there's not much intelligence on the Senate intelligence. Committee. One of those oxymorons endemic in Washington took the committee three years to figure out what we began to report three years ago. Remember it was the. Was the Muller report that came out a year and a half ago that said there's no evidence of a collusion conspiracy between trump and Russia but two and a half years ago the newness memo. Intelligence Committee far more intelligent than the Senate intelligence conclude the same thing that there was no collusion and in fact, the FBI knew this very month that trump was sworn in as president they tracked down the source of all the wild accusations against trump. Who Said are you kidding this is is just rumor Innuendo and then Christopher, steele in his dossier embellished at all. So you know at that point in time, the FBI should have shut down its investigation of trump They should have notified FEIS according accord that Gee sorry we try to you withdrawing our spy warrant but they get none of those things and you know this is so symbolic of the corruption and malfeasance and abusive power that. Under James Comey's watch and he led the campaign. If. You look in this. The one thing you do see as a Paul manafort connected with some Russians or Russian intelligence this. But if you look at it, it's pretty obvious. They were just some money making schemes, some business dealings, and that's all that was about had nothing to do with collusion. Yeah Was it unwise for the trump campaign to hire Paul Manafort given his business dealings in Ukraine and his contacts with Russian connected client. No it wasn't unwise. It was just plain stupid You know trump was let down by his own campaign they failed that Manafort they hired him within twenty four hours of his name surfaced scene and you know I it's true that Manafort by virtue, those contacts posed counterintelligence risk not he did anything and went alarm bells went off and the trump campaign and they promptly fired him. you know what's amazing about for example, front page above the fold headline The New York Times today is that you know an effort was colluding with Kalim Nick who is Constantine Clem Nick, who's a Russian intelligence operative. That is not true. Where does the New York Times get it where they got it from the Senate intelligence report staffers who got it from Bob Muller. Muller very conveniently ignored the hundreds of pages of State Department documents that show Kalinic was not a Russian spy. He was a US spy. He was valuable intelligence source for the US State Department reporting back to them information about the Russians but of course, Bob Muller wouldn't know that because he's out to lunch diminish mental acuity and it was all run by than a Ferris Andrew Weissmann who was determined to damage trump. So you know the Times get sick from the Senate. Intel Intel gets it from. Muller. Written by Andrew Weissmann and it's all a lie. Hey Artistic Attorney Sivan's he's a nice guy but he tested positive for trump derangement syndrome and he's looking at the two thousand twelve tax returns at Deutsche Bank loan. What these are just silly rumors. What could he ever actually find their? No. Probably not a whole lot You know you're right he's been diagnosed and from what I understand. It's incurable to you know best of wishes to to Sivan's junior who never amounted to anything frankly he's been trading off his father's. Career and you know. Trump gets audited every year. That's a fact that the irs goes through everything I. if there was some big reveal, it would have happened long ago. So this is just a you know politically driven government weaponize pursuit by Sivan's. Hey nobody's ever asked US Greg. Jarrett. If there had been Russian collusion if they did collude with Russia, what would the collusion of been? What would have been? They would Russia given the money they had plenty of money what what Russia done for them anyway. It's always been a an excellent question and and. Frankly there's not much I mean if you go to the dossier, it says at one point in time that Carter page agreed to receive the equivalent with nineteen billion dollars to influence trump into lifting sanctions. Now, there's some value of those sanctions the damage financially to Russia doesn't remotely approach nineteen billion dollars and you know was always so stupid when I read it in the dossier, are you kidding me nineteen billion dollars to a Guy Karpasia never even met them Donald Trump or spoken to him he's a junior adviser unpaid you know simply sits on, you know a board That really does nothing That that's about the only ornament I ever heard and it was utterly preposterous. Well I. said we're out of time but every check out Greg Jarrett's website. Always great stuff up there. The Greg Jarrett Dot Com of course, you can see him a Fox News, the Greg Jarrett Dot com great website, get the book witch hunt and. With Gregg Jarrett thanks a lot. Mark my pleasure. Take. CARE. Every check out the webpage. Why does John Casick hate Donald Trump's someone. Here's the answer you forgot about this donald trump used to ridicule and it was so funny watch this video also watch his Bernie Sanders, he's getting ready to do his live DNC's zoom call. And he starts. This is the. This. Is before they went on the air before they went love watching fight with his wife. It's pretty good and then. When you have somebody from the other party comes pick at your convention. Here's the one time it worked. It was an amazing speech that destroyed John Kerry from the two thousand and four convention. It's all up the web page. Go to seven ten. W. O. R. DOT COM Slash Mark Seven, ten, W., O. R. dot com slash mark.

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X Pac - Notsam Wrestling 269

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X Pac - Notsam Wrestling 269

"Today I'm not saying wrestling ex. Pack is here to talk about his second induction into the. WWE Hall of fame we've got TLC to recap a huge huge weekend of wrestling across the board and a whole lot more. This is not sam wrestling. It is introducing your host from New York. Here is Sam Roberts Boy Welcome folks happy Monday. Let's start this week Welcome to not SAM wrestling the franchise. Show Yeah Buddy appear we are hours removed from. TLC We'll get into everything that happened In tlc over in the state of wrestling. He's a huge weekend for wrestling. Started on Friday. smackdown running head to head with ring of honor final battle you at Nwea into the fire you had cw Caja death yet tlc all this weekend. That's one two three four. Five wrestling shows five. Big Wrestling shows this weekend. All over the place. We'll get into all of my thoughts. I think I've thoughts on literally every single show that I just mentioned and I'll share those thoughts with you and a whole lot more but today our guest is X.. Pock ex pack is on not sam wrestling the last week. xbox has been a big topic of conversation I posted over on the new youtube page YouTube dot com slash. Not Sam wrestling. I talked talked about going into the hall of fame as the fourth member of the N. W. O. as well as Batista. That was what was announced a week ago that X. Park Scott Hall Kevin Nash and Hall Hogan The four members of the end of your. We're going in as well as Batista going into the Hall of fame this year in April drew more controversy than I thought it would not my comments on it but in general the reason I made comments on it and the reason why posted a video about it over at Youtube Dot com Tom Slash not sam wrestling which. I hope that you guys are subscribed to Is that people thought that they the either they. There shouldn't be a third member of fourth member of the NWEA going into the hall of fame. which if that's your stance that's fine or they does that? xbox was not the fourth member of the N. W. and while numerically you are and I call him xbox because I don't know I guess that's just how I know him best. Sean Waldman the one two three kid kid six pack however will I'm not gonNA call a grown man kid first of all so I call him. xbox but Sean Waldman you know we're talking about He did no I mean numerically. He was not the fourth member of the N. W. O.. But you you know I think that the big show who was the fourth member of the N W he was very important to that faction however I think that xbox auction Waldman is more of a core member of that faction because of his connections with Scott Hall and Kevin Nash and the WWe. And I think that was reflected in t-shirts sales. I needed. That was reflected in his matches. I think that was just reflected in the eve fan reception that he had you know. I think that he was a big part part. And we talk about that. We talk about you. Know what he's up to in his life right now we he's got a podcast. Of course xbox one two three sixty you and a lot more but really I mean the topical reason to get him on. The podcast is to talk about the fact that he's going into the hall of fame for second year in a row which is wild in and of itself but in reality I just wanted to get him on the podcast to talk about the days. I was like you know. It's kind of lame. When you're talking to Sean Waldman and you're like hey let's tell a whole bunch of stories from this one from nineteen ninety-seven because who wants to tell stories from nineteen ninety seven? It's two thousand twenty almost but if you're going into the hall of fame technically you can get away with just telling stories from Nineteen ninety-seven in the context of its current day. So that was my real goal was just to get Sean Waldman on the show and talk to him about it the N. W. because as the years go on my affection for everything the N W was especially in that first year and a half maybe just knows no bounds like as a lifelong. WWe Diehard die hard I was never never a. WCW Fan never became a WCW Fan but there was a period of time I was in DC W. Fan. I was a wwe diehard is kind of any CW die hard. I ordered every pay per view I went to the shows I mean is a pretty big easy W. Fan but wwe was my thing and I looked at WCW as scum. I looked at WCW well however wwe wanted me to look at WCW. That's how I did when I watched. WCW I thought it was billionaire. Ted The huckster and the Nacho Man Macho Man. Randy savage was my favorite wrestler up until November of nineteen ZANU. Pf Four with ninety four and ninety five I wanNA say was ninety four. Whatever the day was that he left? WWe He was my favorite wrestler until the night that I watched him at six o five pm walk onto WCW Saturday night. And I still watched it. Because you know wrestling's wrestling wrestling's awesome. But he broke my heart that day you know became. My favorite wrestler after Macho man showed up on Saturday night. Big Daddy cool diesel. But you know who else was one of my favorite wrestlers. The one two three kid. I was obsessed with three as obsessed with six pack. I I've never even told Sean Waldman Ns but at one point in my life. I did make a tape to send to. MTV to get on the show fanatic where regular people got to go interview the celebrities they were fans of and I saw stone cold on the show. A Fan got to interview stone cold so I said well if that fan gets to interview stone cold I bet. I'm the the biggest six pack fan in the world. I drew little. I drew sixes on my denim jacket with Sharpie. I was a big six guy. There's a big one two three kid fan. Because I was is a small kid. I was a small guy and I said there is hope for me now. Unfortunately Sean Walton was a small insanely athletic talented individual. I was small but also unathletic and no discernible talent. So wrestling wasn't in the cards for me. Regardless regardless but for brief moment in time the one two three and six bucks made me feel like it was an option but I talked about being. WWe Die hard and not being a WCW fan to say that at one point in time the N. W. O.. Was the coolest thing in wrestling. That's why to this day you. You can wear an N. W. O. Logo and you're you're the man you know if you see me. I'll post a video of this interview that I did with x PAC today and you'll see I'm literally wearing my chocolate fine white and black N. W. O. N. W. O.. Hollywood but technically you know I. I consider this the original N W my white and Black N. N. W. O.. Jacket because it's still so cool. You put an end of your logo on it. I'm buying it asked the hundreds. I'm buying it but I got to talk to him. Sean Waldman that is X.. Pock about about about the end days about what was going on back then about what it's like to be going into the hall of fame Representing that time And everything in between ladies and gentlemen my guest this sweet gun. Not Sam wrestling is the one in the only Sean Walkman. Let's hit the not sam wrestling interview. One UH of my all time. Favorite guests is back on the show. And somebody who I'm happy to say is about to become we found out a week ago a two-time Time Wwe Hall of Famer Ex. Pack is back. What's going on man? What's the helps Sam? Hey man you determine beard well yeah well you know the WWE has those Maestros people come in and so they took like this because it was just getting like Bushman wild mild and so like they turned down the sides and kind of let it grow longer like at some point. I'm going to shave my head and I WANNA stand next to hunter and just look like they put hunter in a drier. And here's me you know you're eating was like arrogant in your mouth while you're eating. Yeah I mean even to this day like you know. In the morning I have like a green juice or something and my wife has to stop me before I go out. 'cause he's like he got smoothie in your moustache I remember like a year ago. Oh maybe less than a year ago we talked. It might have been the last time you were on and when we turn on the SKYPE. You're you said you were jealous of my beard but I look at you now and the growth has been tremendous and I feel like a very short time. Yeah and and part of part of it to you. You inspired me. Who would've thought you know you talk about childhood dreams coming true? That's that's incredible. As long as I can as long as I can inspire people well speaking of inspiring man. I mean I remember like not too long Ago Few years back. I think that you questioned ever getting into the hall of Famer or or or anything like that. I mean there was a period of time where I feel like. I don't know if you felt the same way that like when. WWe would I would put the spotlight on the N. W. O. or deacs. Or whoever it was they expert would not be at the forefront in reflecting on the story do you know what I mean and and it seems like everything has changed full circle in a positive way to better reflect what was actually happening in that era. The era of the Ex. And now you know the era of N W oh and it's it's not because you know how to deal with you know all the things I did outside the rain. Yeah you're not it's like not cut the CAG- ause here at stood because of that and rightfully so I mean so yeah I mean it's not a history book at the end of the day. Yeah Yeah doesn't mean it didn't hurt Sam. Yeah to see see yourself erased and the things did you. did erased. But I wasn't. I was out there representing industry. Very well right right. Yeah and that's a that's a big deal especially when people love finding the kind of disastrous results of people in the industry for for whatever reason like people who don't like wrestling do not like talking about wrestling except when it's a horrible story of somebody gone wrong. And and they do they blame. They blame the industry at that point as opposed to kind of digging into the actual human beings that this is happening to and see I. I think we talked about it with you. Even you know about you know the people in the industry and and and it's not like the industry or the culture you know that at least in the past you know didn't bear some blame but we bring most us a huge problems. Once we've gotten an industry. We brought bags with us. We bought the baggage with us. You know and and I just think that that part of it has been overlooked so much. Yeah Yeah just don't even knowledged. Yeah I agree I so everyone was. You know totally like you know. Everyone came in with a clean slate and all the trauma and all that fucked up shit happen once they got the business usually not yet. I mean it's not like it's an unique to wrestling either. It's the same thing that drives people to want to be well known WANNA be famous famous wannabe in front of an audience. Want like adulation and applause is the same thing that can lead a lot of people to take advantage of bad behavior easier when it's in front of their face you know it's it's that's the personality type right. Yeah there's a thing there's something to be said about attention. Yeah like you once. You're used to the attention and then you don't have it anymore. You'll take it any way you could get it right. You know for for bad reasons or good reason right right that makes sense but I mean it's true. Yeah the fact that you've come out of that to this extent to the point where now so let's talk about it. 'cause we talked a whole bunch in last year. I think we've talked before the hall of fame after the Hall of fame about going in as part of deacs like moment it was you talked about you know how difficult it was in the stage frighten everything but when you find out that you're going in again this year like your George feels like you're just coming off of this high of going in with your best friends. Only only to find out months months later that you get to go in again this year with your other. Best Friends Hall and Nash. What was first of all? When did you find out because is for all of us to be finding out now is way earlier than usual and we found out like three three three weeks earlier? Yeah so we had to sit on Info for three weeks. Do you know why they decided this year to go ahead and announce you guys in Batista early was just like Hey. We're putting tickets on sale. Only one sir. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah it makes sense. I mean they're like you know. We got this hall of fame thing. I'd like to know what buying tickets to. How how did you feel when you found out there like we're putting the N. W. O. N.? And you're going in. Did they tell you. These are the four year one. We're putting four people in your one of them or did they just just say you're going in and we'll we'll tell you the rest of them are no I mean it was chronic. Call me and I you heard me on my show right. Listen to my show. Of course you used to be get a call from talent relations you know it's tout relations relations and say us do so. It's usually not great news. Update you don't want to do. Oh you did something they don't want you to do or you know whatever and certain you know 'cause I mean those days are long passed so but it's still that trauma comes up whenever you see the phone. Yeah when that two or three area code POPs up a the toy answered it and you know Khurana just going on the hall of fame. I honestly I started laughing. He's his hobby ridiculous like two years in a row. Yeah who taught two years in a row. Yeah I mean. Is that like as listening to you too on your show and you were in on X.. xbox three sixty which is on youtube and it's on You can get the audio of it on Itunes and everything else I have to do is type in xbox three sixty you can find it on the video on Youtube the audio everywhere. You get podcasts. And you were saying That you kind of had this moment on your show where you had to take a pause because you couldn't believe leave Your Life Lake. How crazy it is? This is happening to you. Is there a part of you because I know like for me when good things happen happen. Three quarters of me is like happy about and like you know I know I worked my ass off for this and Blah Blah Blah. But then there's at least twenty eighty five percent if not more. Sometimes it's a lot more than twenty five percent that sitting there going. I don't deserve this like they're gonNA I don't I shouldn't be here. This is ridiculous but I mean it's kind of that but it's just like it's it's more it's more how me out of billions of people necessarily this because there's a lot of people that do that. Don't get yeah and you're not just talking about the hall of fame you're talking about the whole life. Yeah Yeah Yeah like forget the whole thing just like any of these blessed. It's just an insane. They're like yeah. Wow Yeah it is not and I mean yeah. I think that's what the second hall of Fame Induction. Oh duty like the second hall of Fame Induction. Is that moment where you're like. Whoa like now you can really reflect on kind of everything and go this is this is a crazy easy life? Yeah and just like the ups and downs like you know for a while there You know people were a hundred percent. Sure they knew how my story was going to add. Yeah Pretty I kinda thought. That's that might be the case too. Yeah I mean I mean at one point in your life you or one of those people that knew how your life is how your story was GonNA end. Yeah right so now. I'm blown away by all would it and And I'm just I know man. Now that like unite talking talking about this. 'cause I very set on my show it's just like billions of people. Yeah and and this is just me and you look at you I mean. Yeah you're you're you think about it and it really is like you start thinking about got it and you're going. There is no difference between me and that other person who wanted this earlier like yeah I worked but so did people work all the time like a lot of people work for this. What is the thing that made you have this dream life? That made this other person. It just didn't happen is it. Because they quit too early really is it because right place right time is it. Just all every single star has to align I mean part of it. Look you have to understand that for you. New Part of it is because you're a good person like you don't survive when you're talking about your story specifically you don't survive everything that you went through do without people throughout your life. That have been like no no no. He's worth helping like there are plenty of people that are assholes that they just. Don't get the help because nobody wants to help them. They don't deserve it right. Yeah absolutely I take your word for it. I don't go around saying hey I'm a great person. I feel I am now like my you know my my the way I do myself is a lot different now. I mean I know I'm still flawed. But I took him a good person and so yeah with you it helps. Dingell is thinking about this. You know we both worked really hard. Yeah where we are all that you know the proper attitude food not that my attitude has been the best at times but you know when it counted a and and but there's a lot of people that have worked way harder than SAM Let's it than we are didn't happen for them. Yeah you're one hundred percent right. I mean it's not like yeah it's it's not one of those things that you could just sit there and give yourself a pat on the back for because why did it and I deserve it. And if they deserved it they would be here too. It's not always the case cases it now I just think I just think it should make people when they do get like appreciate it that much. Let's won't be that much work grateful to sound Corny here man. It's just know this whole life of mine. It's wild man it's wild so it made me think about the N. W. O.. Two because I feel like over the years because because they have big deacs got and was in is an evolved right and because of how successful. Let's be honest like deacs. I did come after the NWF but at the end of the day the founding members of the extra Shawn Michaels and triple h the winners. Get to tell. The story of history writes deacs. has this forever forever spot it's also. DX is a wwe creation at the end of the day the WWe is the it was the winner of that whole situation. I think the click also has this huge spot in the story of wrestling especially in that era but the click. Also I think comes above the N. W. Jio when these stories have been told more recently when histories told and the click. I feel like it's connected to deacs but not as much the N. W. Hello when in reality the end up Yo should absolutely needs to be in that conversation with everything I mean if any faction changed wrestling in the nineties nineties. That's the that it was. It was the N. W.. Oh yeah yeah the whole every like like you're talking about Sam a lot of people they either don't know or they just don't know maybe they know or wherever they just. I don't see it this way but Dole and w that all of it came from click the X.. And W all came from the click. So that's what I'm saying. I'm on my podcast this week when I was talking about the whole late the controversy. That's been online about you being the fourth member of the N. W. O.. Going into the hall of fame and some people think it should be seventy put it that they wouldn't have put it that way like the four original member like it took me a while to get there right in a regionally it might ended up. I was the first person to show up. And that you know Scott and then that's how it very well may have if I hadn't noticed this my window of opportunity on my ninety day notice so that's the story that like you had spoken to. What's the story right? I mean I know the kind of basics and I know you covered it on your podcast too but I feel like people don't really no I mean I feel like the sort of collective thinking is that hall and Nash Left went to WCW and then you followed suit okay. Yeah that's how it happened but what would happen. You know it's I was out here in La. And I met with. It's berry bloom to the super agent. Very blow knockabout some movie roles potential movie roles and you know he brought up to me you know everything going on with WCW and and Bischoff getting the power of the purse and we never taught. We never thought about leaving. We never thought about leaving. We've complained a lot about conditions in business being down on and you know creative and all that but never did we think about the actual leaving. Eric said that I got on the phone with Scott and that started the whole thing just to make a long story short right. You were like this things going on over here and the story that you toll on your podcast was that you have ninety days to let at the time you had ninety days to let the company know you weren't going to renew your contract and if you didn't let them know in that timeframe frame then your contract automatically roll and that's what happened. Yeah I believe so I was. That's when you know Scott's leaving the as the last few match evening and usually really they've put the guy over on the way out right. It beat me and put me in a diaper bag in his last match on pay per view was the diaper match on the one. St We'll get back to x PAC in just a moment but people ask me all the time they go Sam Roberts last professional broadcaster broadcaster. What is the best way that we can support not same wrestling? We know it's been something you've been doing for years. 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Waldman AKA x Puck so at that point at the point of the diaper match. Did you know obviously you know you're trying to leave because you know what's going on over in ww. Did you know when you by the time of the diaper match. Yeah I do I stuck. I knew fucking go anywhere so so so you're sitting there and you're standing in the rain. 'cause I remember the visual I remember like it was yesterday. I'm a little kid watching because as three kids fan and I'm sitting there and and years you're doing your best you're crying you got the diaper on your baby powdered. The whole thing has happened in your head or you going. Oh my God. I'm sitting here in a diaper with baby powder on the company knows I wanNA leave and all my friends are leaving. Yes well not all of them. I Guess Sean Sean and hunter were still there but really I mean you don't know once once you've got a five person group in two of them are leaving. Who knows? It's GonNa Happen there right at the time I was just so like. They're not using me. God and I wasn't get paid in the click but You know it anymore. It's just right in the clip. You just get to throw up the hand gesture. Yeah so that was that and just And at the time I just assumed zoomed. It was all their fault. Like they're just screwing me. You know nothing to do it. Maybe a fucked up all the time like that. So right uh-huh or the fact that they're everything would be perfect right. That's all. Yeah that was the only issue it was yes. Don't worry everything that's going wrong now at somebody somebody else's fault. Yeah no but every you know healthy and then I wear yeah I made way more money. WCW so that was a life changer for me. Change my life right because then when you go back to. WWe It's going back for one two three kid money. You're going back for the money that you're making can now right right so obviously you came in as six the six member of the N. W. Your name a six. You know. That's pretty clear but to me I was saying that I feel like anybody that was around watching that. First of all I think the one of the reasons why the N. W. O. is not remember. Remember pretty strongly but I still think that the N. W. I was a little bit undervalued in history and as part of that is because what a mess it became like you got you got out at the end of the day while the getting was good like you were only there for a year. You know I think that the fact that deacs it's always at least to some level stayed cool and the end of Yoga so watered down in lame that people can't just separate eight that last part and just focus on I mean that first year of the N. W. O. is like nothing else in wrestling. I remember sitting there as as I could die hard. WWe Fan now. I mean I watched Nitro to see what was on. Maybe but it was like. WWE was my thing. And and I still wasn't a WCW Fan. But I was in W. O.. Fan Like I was just a fan of the end of you and there's never been a faction like that that got so oh Baig for better or worse than it was. I mean the end of IOS bigger than WCW in that year in in that year maybe first year and a half before it got sort of muddled in Massi but you know I was talking to my podcast that I think a couple things cement for me. There's no doubt in my mind that you're the you you are when you're talking about the core members now the order in which they joined but the core members of the N. W.. I feel like if they wanted to put hall gnashing Ashen Hogan in the hall of fame. Just the three of them going. Okay I get that the batch of the beach trio like you know. Make sense but if they're going to add a fourth member. I think that for several several reasons. But like no matter what anybody says the N. W. O. was a representation of WWe invading WCW. I know that they try to say that. It wasn't Zimba. Definitely was and you being there. I guess technically Ted DB wwe and he was the fifth member but he wasn't wrestling anymore anymore. He was a manager. Even though you guys didn't really need a manager like you were the next wrestler who came over from. WWe got in the ring. The fact that the N. W. O. was a branch off of the click. Your clique member. Everybody knows hall Nash. Kid like that's a that's a thing thing and it were the wolfback right. And that's you know we were the wolfpack right right and I also think that people don't remember number and then you brought this up but I feel like the people on your on your show. Maybe yeah I mean. I'm probably older than them so they probably don't really remember. But that's six Balti- t-shirt was like the shirt. I had three N. W. O.. Shirts I had the original wwl shirt I had the outsider shirt. The first one with the picture of of Scott and Kevin and then I bought another N. W. O.. Logo Shirt and the only difference was the six ball on the back. But I had to have that one too was the biggest selling shirt they had once it came out. I'm sure I mean I remember. It was just a close and and like so Member after I got hurt. I'm out like you know every week. They did the big every all W. O.. Guys in the rain. Yeah Hogan's talk and it's it's got like every week Scott made everyone where six ball share eh or march or or or dream you know dusty somebody shouting out to me every week keeping me alive keep my the name a lot so cool and that's just them doing it. That's just Scott going like now we're GonNa do this. I remember Scott used to wear the shirt backwards on TV. He'd have the six ball on the front just so everybody knew Tyson Style and then flip it around. Yeah yeah that's awesome. I mean do you even realize at the time how big that is. The Sky and Kevin were doing that type of stuff for you. I mean I'm sure you can look back now as an older person and go like. Oh my God how far out of their way. They went to make sure that I was taking care of absolutely which made it when I ended up like 'cause I was away for almost the ear ten eleven months before I show back up. Yeah but you wouldn't have thought because they were talking about me every every week and shout me out every week so I was still fresh on. WCW IN A way. Yeah absolutely I mean in my mind's eye I I wouldn't have thought that you are off. WW for ten months. Before you showed up on Roy I would have said like two months. Maybe and I'm sure that that's because you were. You were present because yeah I mean you. The end was cutting full group. Full segment length promos on every single episode of Nitro sometimes two or three times an episode and also The live events. How shows yeah? You're not getting Hogan get much. Now get DB you're not getting. You're getting Scott Gavin. You're getting me yet to get you know like maybe four or once. They added those guys or whatever a lot. Mostly those guys stayed Japan right. You know their own it down in Japan they were a big deal over there the NWEA Japan absolutely right. Yeah I mean I is for that too I think they should I think they should. Yeah and I remember I mean even like it was funny. 'cause like when like Moussa and like Chano would come over from beyond Nitro and they'd be representing Nwea Japan. I'd be like yeah. Those guys are awesome to just because it was like yeah I'm down with NWEA. Throughout the world. And I go to. I go have a matching Osaka. Dome Team with an W. O.. Sting he's more career and all like as W. O. J. pair that's awesome so w o staying all all the Times that he wasn't on. WCW TV was just but because they didn't even have staying in Japan so how could NWEA hosting be that big of a deal because he was part of the N W aw that's it I guess that's it you also. Yeah I mean I was thinking about. This is the other thing that bribe my podcast. It was not only the you know the the the foundation of from wwe the foundation from the click the T shirt. But also when you think about like the actual wrestling part of the N. W. O.. There aren't that many spectacular matches from the N. W. O. Era Lake. You know I think generally and we've talked about the wasn't a lot of you know Five Star match having bill numbers we never just big star right exactly exactly but like you know they were cut like the outsiders and the tag matches were always cool. But then W didn't have any tag team so it'd be like the outsiders were the biggest stars in the world and then they'd have like you know the the man in the barbarian or whatever ever and it's like you know all due respect to the barbarian but they are doing what it is that they do. They're not doing five star matches either but you brought in go ahead I I had a really cool but ric flair. Yes I mean it was so good. That was yeah I I mean that's the same era when you get to the horsemen skit. And you got to play Rick. flair like grinding. And Yeah he wanted to kill me way before that so you you you were legit getting under flare skin during that time the story but I'll tell real quick. It was over the Slam Berry six-man with Kevin with green and Piper and I and flair. And you know they wanted maybe I maybe all of them. But at least flared diaper sure are flare protested could be being in the match they wanted Hogan that would have been a bigger deal but like the match wouldn't have been as good right now and when I found that out it really pissed me off. I lit a fire under my ass and brought a lot out of me on the Mike. And yes and some of the things I said it was pretty disrespectful. But that's part of that except face on TV. That was supposed to have had in the face. Yeah yeah no but I mean that was like that was part of the thing that was also the problem with. WCW was that there was a whole section of the audience that at the time they didn't want to see the guys that have been wrestling forever. They didn't want to see the legends. They didn't want to see like the established stars. They wanted to see these new edgy. Young and guys in like you know when you're in high school and you see somebody like you who's got the long hair and the BANDANNA and the sunglasses and looking cool and like slapping legends in the face and being disrespectful to Piper. It's like you know it's not nice but it's cool. You know especially at the time you know it was. It's not like the the mid to late nineties. We're not the use of the mid to late nineties. We're not as kind as the youth is today brutal brutal but it was what it was exactly you. We're the poster. Boy I mean you also though I mean when you take it like like actual wrestling sold out Eddie. Guerrero ladder. Match was by far the best match on that pay per view matches you add with like Dean Milenko in the cruiserweight division like there was is this other side of it where all of a sudden there was an end of yoga having great matches and and the cruiserweight division was important. Gordon because you know the cruiserweight division whether you know W W was GONNA do anything with it or not. It had a lot of eyes on it. I mean to this day the stars are still talked about. And so the fact that seventy like you was able to hang in the main event with ric flair but also be kind of flexible enough where you could exist in in the cruiserweight division and have really good matches in the middle of a pay per view is well became a huge asset. I think in like created a much more well roundedness with what the N. W. O.. Was I think so. Yeah I mean I I'll let you say that I don't want to say say this before but it's always better when somebody else to work and that's what I'm here to do. I'm here to their own so I have always felt funny about that but I'm not gonNA argue with you. Good that's restaurant. He's the smartest tactic. was there anybody. Who's your favorite vert opponent in that era like who would you look at? NC on the card and go like okay. We're GONNA have. We're GONNA have fun tonight or we're GonNa have a good match tonight or whatever. Wow that's a good question. It was weird because it was. It wasn't like okay. We had a house. We didn't have a lot of long hours show runs. So where sound like. We could get like a series of matches the same people but I had some good live event matched. I'm good how show matches what D- Milenko flare you know like I worked with him in the spectrum so with flair even though you knew that he hated you in in real life like you knew like he he was he was pissed at you just for being there. You'd still go out there and like you'd still have great matches allstate. I got I matter and I didn't like him either at the time But I loved the idea of being a Canadian boy. Ric flair was amazing. Sure yeah bucket nature boy and he's the greatest of all time and I'm in there with them you know it's so weird about it so that's that's unique to restless. What did you say? I'm calling the matches because he you wouldn't be a baby. Call the Matt. He turned he made himself the. He'll in a match. Wow call. Wow that's nuts and it really is unique to wrestling to where you're having trouble personally with somebody. As you know that human being but then when it comes to getting in the league like the the the icon that is rick. flair really doesn't interfere with the person that is ric flair. You know what I mean. Tell you why he trusted me because I always had really good ideas to make him look good and when he heard them. It was hard to argue with that right like he'd be up man. The reaction is. That's with clear man. They love him so much out there so easy to build a match rick right he just got to do it but it's interesting. Though as much as they love him. At the time Rick flair would just go back to the conventions of trying to get them to boom yes just out of habit of course. Yeah Yeah because he did it for so long with h have you. Have you thought I can anyone that has worked with them. And that acidy with him the baby basin and he'll tell you the same thing we was there any time working with him that you were like maybe in the beginning where you nervous about calling the match with Rick or did you have enough confidence in yourself as performer that even ric flair. Yeah Ah wasn't intimidate you. I was competent. When you got there really confident when you're on the grind like we were up there and I had no problems whatsoever? Going my ideas out there like say this is how it needs to be done at all. That's good and that's I'm sure that's the only way to succeed to. If you're sitting there like you know timid it's not gonNA work out. Is it. I was very competent. And and sure myself when I do things out there idealized and most of the time it seemed like the better idea. Have you thought it all about nature. Of course yeah. Have you thought at all about what it would actually look like to have every living member of the N. W. O. onstage the hall of fame because I'm sitting there like thinking about like if they just were like screw it let's let everybody get on stage and Wolf Pack L. W. N. W. over. WWE just throw everybody on stage. Maybe not everybody gets a ring but everybody gets to at least beyond stage in that moment like I think it would be great if you for onstage you do. Your little speech reaches first of all. I hope that you know Scott. I almost feel bad for Scott because he probably has. I think he definitely has the Best Hall of fame fame speech of all time and so the fact that he has to give another one now is like well what do you want. What are you talking? It was perfect. Why would you make me mess with that but have have you thought about like you all do your thing? And then at the very end go give it up for the N. W. O.. And I mean everybody comes out Jeff Jarrett it comes out and Scott Norton comes out. Nick Patrick comes out. Everybody comes out. That's not a bad idea at all. I think it'd be awesome. Yeah I I don't know if it's going to happen but You know I definitely at least Thought it would be right to mention some of the names of the people that you know that really helped make I mean a lot of love. Those guys everyone that put on a shirt contributed says it all got watered down. They still contributed man. And it's a part of history. I mean it's all. Aw It's you can't just pick and choose history. It's a part of history and it's like when is when you know all due respect what is N. W. O.. Sting and you get to have a platform platform like that. When is I mean Scott Norton like as much as he's incredible he's not getting into the wwe hall of fame? Like I'm sure every single person person would love just to have that one moment where they can just stand there and feel the energy one more time. I think it'd be great have you. I was just thinking like in here to to go back to how we started right like. Yeah have you thought at all about because I remember. We were talking after last year's hall of fame as a singer. Because I the main reason that I heard I heard they were ducking wwl and so I just said I forgot a few names last year. Yeah on a tank and if they could just shoehorned into this year ceremony could yeah. I mean I mean what's the strategy here. Are we going to thank the people that you forgot. Are you going to rethink some people. Is it going to be a thing where you're primarily thanking people in in the context of the N. W.. Oh yeah that's I think yeah people forgot Kane and a couple of people yeah But mainly like about some of the people that made that work Kevin Sullivan relevant. Yeah you know he booked a strong as fuck Sam I don't think I don't think any groups ever been book stronger stronger than the end wwl and it needed to be. Yeah yeah that's why it weren't the end of the day and and also No one thinks about this but all that energy and the attitude and all that we brought on camera with this projected we all got that from hip hop. We got westside connection. Go listen to rest connection album right now when you get off. Ah Listening to. This are watching this. You'll see where we got a lot of that stuff on. I'm glad that you brought up the hip hop connection because that was also a thing like especially As more people started joining and like I feel like Scott Hall would slip in hip hop references. Constantly you would conan would like all nothing but hip hop references. which wasn't that wasn't happening in wrestling? But some that I literally just found out this week from listening to your podcast I was. I was positive that six pack was from and Conan and thought of it when I found out out that it was a hogan nickname that Hogan had gave you the nickname based on six pack. Like a six pack of beer. I was like what no way. What you hear the story you can go? Okay Yeah I see that I mean it makes total sense like what she said. I'm like yeah I guess so but you you all all had the intelligence to spell and just turned into that hey was was the name six. Obviously the six member but it was the fact that it was one plus two plus three with that ever actually a part of it or was that something that later. You're just convenient that one plus two plus three with six. I think it had something to do with it. Because I think Eric might have thought about about that with numerology. Yeah no but it seemed like that was just as big apart as you know six member because obviously I wasn't really the six member was I. Yeah Yeah No. I guess that it's all yeah. It's all intentional right. Like sex was just an important part of where you're at Do you think I would think that now right. I when you look at. Who's in the hall of fame? I think it's pretty easy to make the case the one one two three kid is a hall of Famer right like I mean. You know they've they've they've led a lot of people in on various different levels and I think that's important to to let the guy in the main event in every year and that's who's in the hall of fame like it's like the ones who three kid number one I think it was a pretty impactful actively character in general but number two. I like the one. Two three kid really introduced the idea of cruiserweights to WWe as a credible aw as credible offense you having any offense whatsoever you know at all in the in the beginning of what you were doing was new to wwe wwe. And I feel like I feel like it just feel like it had a big impact in anybody that watched wrestling from ninety. Three to ninety five remembers one-two-three onto three kid. Do you feel like that's in the cards. Is it something that you even think about at this point like well what would you do if view like I'm going in for a third time. You know how they do that legacy inductions. Yeah Yeah it's never on like like if they really want to do that like do it that way. I've had enough of me. Just throw you on the Trond and you know do it in between two other speeches and move on. That's great that's great. Yeah I mean because then I was thinking I was like well. Yeah obviously if there was going to be a solo induction it would have to be one two three three kid but then I was like well. Technically there was x-factor era X.. Puck but I feel like took care of X.. Park right okay. We're good on that. He so that style you talking about like the main. That's the main style worked there now. Absolutely that's Serbia. Wait style now and and yeah I mean not only. Is it their heavyweight style. But I swear when I saw you as the one two three kid and I would like to talk to my friends about it the next day like oh you gotta watch raw. This guide beat Razor Ramon. I was like he probably was like skinnier than you really like probably weighed like one hundred and ten pounds and he was probably like this small but you bigger than half the guys on the roster now back then right that was like two oh five or ten yeah baby fat Chubby Fat. It's so funny. Well look man. I'm happy for you. I think it's amazing. I just think it's a great part of the story. I don't know if you're going to be able to beat entering into the hall of fame on a tank but I loved it like it just works out so well the the you're able to be an impactful part of wrestling history would two groups of your best friend you get to go in with two of your best friends the first year and and the other two of your best friends the next year because this is what you did. I just think it's I think it's so cool. I'm happy for you. Yeah it's yes I am about like my life and all that and the things that have happened but like the things that are currently happening now in my life arm as to like this stuff and just like I'm like happy. My Kit right have a great relationship by kids a great relationship you by my lady and all that so yeah and you get to bring your kid now two years in a row to get inducted. It's awesome it's crazy it's awesome. Why can't wait to see their man? I really appreciate you making the time And I know you got a lot going on so This is great man. I'm about to go have a two pound Maine lobster up stir Popeye. Oh my you already know. You're ordering everything we go enjoy that man. Dan Live the high life. I mean you're you're you from now until you not only get to. I feel like you know you get to be a hall of Famer for a year and then when the next acts class comes in it's like people are talking about that class but now you get extended and other years so you get to be the man even longer. We're go go backwards. But I do understand like a lot of people won't like that should be going in the wwe or into the hall of fame you you know. We'll never stop that like there's just so many people in here. I am two years in a row and like you you know. I don't take that for granted I understand. Some people might role there. Is it that I get you know getting my however you're not going to turn it down. Yeah that's the thing it's like you can you write you can understand some of the the The the you can understand the criticism but who among us would take that phone call and go you know what no thanks not for me. Nobody it's not going to happen if they give you five rings take all five rings. All right man. I'll talk to you soon. Thank you. It's now time for this. Wakes state of wrestler yet is time for it stayed wrestling time. The American dragon is back. How amazing amazing is it? I don't know and hopefully this is my strategy that eve you grow your facial hair for a decade if you grow your facial hair her and I guess the head on your hair too but if you grow your hair for ten years when you shave it all off you will find that no aging has taken place ace. Somebody has already people on. The Internet are brilliant. Somebody has already done that. Ten year. Challenge with Daniel Bryan based on the picture of him returning tonight at a TLC and he looks exactly the same as he did in two thousand nine. It's incredible go back. Look at the footage footage of him when he was just starting to grow that beard out when he was A romancing AJ Lee on camera. He he looks exactly the same. It looks like it looks like wwe he just signed the American dragon from ring of honor. It is incredible incredible. I can only hope that facial hair has that effect on everybody although it's aging me listening to Booker T. Schill. His beard cream on those kickoff shows every time I did. They have not put me back on a panel since Booker T. started Announcing his Promo code the introduction but I will have something to say about that when they finally let me back to sit at that desk with that man Sir Promo Code really welcome to the state of wrestling. This is all about all the wrestling Has Gone Down in the last few days by the way. How much fun was it talking with? Xbox what a conversation I am so lucky to be able to have those types of conversations and so lucky to be able to share them with you definitely let me know what you thought of that one so I guess we'll start with the most recent I guess we'll start with TLC It kinda was what it was you know. I was surprised by I some of the results. It was a little underwhelming. You know. I wasn't disgusted by it. I wouldn't even say it was disappointed by it but I also wasn't like Doc. Oh my God that was fantastic. I was like okay. You know I'm ready to drift into the holidays now I guess Royal Rumble is going to be fire. You know what I mean being that type of thing. So I guess the positives the high notes and the not so high notes I thought the no surprise surprise I thought why segment was great Again not degraded match in the world but I love This psychology that Bray Ray white uses the transition of the character within the match as it's going with the MS I thought was great man. The MS comes off looking like a punk. I mean I don't understand this guy. Okay so I'm GonNa have my wife harassed I'm going to have somebody messing asking with my child. The the the the fruits of my loan is that what it's called sent the fruits of my loom fruits and my loin. The things that come from my loins my child is going to be messed with by a monster and I'm going to get to go toe to toe with that monster. Her and that monster is gonNA kick the stuffing out of me. I mean you know I believe it based on what we've seen from is in two thousand nineteen not a banner a year. What a way to end two thousand nineteen for the MS? I would say the best the best match on the show might have been alastair black versus Buddy Murphy. The match was great. Both guys came across looking good that close up of ouster black at the end of that match when he's just like staring staring down the barrel of that camera and they go for the zoom in and an and he's got blood coming from his nose and everything. I thought that was super cool. Well What else was good You had I was surprised The Baron Corbin beat Roman reigns kind of surprised that they're continuing continuing on with that story. You know because although you know. Here's what we have to keep in mind how about this regardless of what it said on John on-scene instagram. Here's a headline. No John Seena at. TLC PUT IT in your calendars boys and girls. Twenty nineteen the first year ear in God knows how many years that John Sina was not at and did not have I should say did not have a match at A. WWe Pay per view. Now he instagram's something and we talked about it. We did a kickoff show a pre show I should say we did a pre show to TLC EH earlier this or Sunday afternoon exclusively for the people over a Patriot dot com slash. Not Sam wrestling. So if you're on Patriot dot com slash Sam wrestling and you got to see or hear that pre show and it's still up if you missed it and you WANNA go back to. What was what? We're our minds like before we saw this pay per view that show is up forever. Johnson has wrestled at least one pay per view match every year. Since two thousand thousand to John Sina broke his seventeen year streak with twenty nineteen gene. Now maybe when he instagram'd out you know maintain the street or whatever you instagram doubt. He he considers his wrestlemainia appearance. Still a paper you appearance. Maybe that's what we're maybe we need to redefine the Johnson streak of having matches of pay per views. And I'm considering pay per view appearances because technically if he doesn't appear to pay per view next year if he's not wrestlemainia this year and doesn't appear to pay. Hey purview than I would say. It's like Whoa Johnson had just broken eighteen year streak. This streak of Johnson appearing pay per views is still alive. It's it's just a streak of technically having matches. I think this is a technicality. I don't think the Johnson is streak is broken. I think because he was at Wrestlemainia and part of a segment with Elias as the doctor Thug Economics. I think that that counts. So everybody worried about John Streak. Don't worry I think it's maintained aimed because again if he doesn't appear to pay per view in twenty twenty then it's not like we go. Oh well he didn't appear to pay per view last year. Yes he did. He appear to Wrestlemainia India. Oh we'll technically now we're getting into technicalities. wrestlemainia counts as far as I'm concerned So yeah the revival. All the bad guys came in and helped baron. Corbin beat Roman reigns. It seems like they're starting to royal family around Barron. Corbin accepted to the other. Bad guys is is with Dolph Ziglar in the revival which I you know feels a little cookie cutter to me. But I love the Revival Ziegler's good Corbin is the freaky man like my favorite wrestler. So you know there's something to it. I'm just surprised that they're continuing on with the Roman storylines and tell you the truth truth we talked about it. I wasn't shocked that the. OC answered the Viking Raiders Challenge and the fact that it ended in a a double count out was almost just like I didn't even count as a match but it was weird because the paper view ended at ten fifteen and it's interesting because people go like oh the paper you ended did at ten fifteen on the east coast. It was short pay per view. It started at seven. So we've now got paper WHO's going three hours and fifteen minutes and going. Oh that was short. And that's that's the you know as because wwe conditioned as the paper of US would last a certain amount of time But yes so it felt sure but in reality. Let's keep in mind. They're starting at seven pm six PM with the kickoff show so it's still a long knight. In ending in the double count and again it was just feels like you know. Just the start of something so it was what it was. I wouldn't you know I wouldn't consider this. The Oh sees tag team title match again. It would have been cool. We talked about it on the pre show that we did for Patriot would have been cool to see the. Oc Win The tag titles. And then they have all the gold but they didn't so we won't so it is what it is. I like the Viking raiders. I thought the the new day revival ladder match was really great eight. You know I thought yeah. Kofi was at his best. I was glad they gave it the amount of time that they did. I thought that was a very good match. And I thought that The women's match. Personally I think the Bray Wyatt MS match should have closed that show. I think the fiend is the hottest thing on television right now or if you're going to end with a Roman reigns Malay. La just do the Roman reigns match last. And then do the Malay immediately they Jerry Lawler Cohen. They've been fighting for a half an hour like when when he says that you go. Nobody fights for a half an hour. What do you mean? So you mean to tell me that Roman reigns and Baron Corbin just destroyed each other and TLC match and then for the entire length of the women's Tag Team Championship TLC match for the entire length. Roman and Baron and the bad guys and the good guys. We're all brawling for the whole time they were just brawling. I mean what kind of security is in that building. Where for a half an hour? They can't stop these guys from fighting. Glow home your matches over. You don't need to be here anymore go home. Yeah if you're going to end in a Roman Malay I don't know why why why you don't end with the Roman match that's what you WanNa do. But you know whatever I would have ended with the Bray Wyatt match and and had the last shot of the night. Be a new freshly shorn. Gani O'Brien staring down because the fiend is the hottest thing on TV. You've got at your own with the fiend. Fiend showed up on the Titan tron which was cool. You got your Bray Wyatt moment. Everybody loves Daniel Bryan. Everybody's interested in what's happening with Daniel Bryan embraced it story. That's a story that people are going to tune into smack down to see what happens next. I think that people are intrigued by Daniel Bryan and Bray Wyatt so so why not end on that and I guess it's easy twenty twenty Being the key twenty twenty being what it is we can all say that but we kind of learn this at survivor series. You Know I. I don't think I was in favor of Charlotte and Becky and the Kabuki the warriors but there were a lot of people out there. That aren't necessarily in favor of that and aren't even in favor of Becky in Charlotte Being in the position that they're in Kabuki warriors win that match. I expected a little bit more tension between Becky and Charlotte to kind of excuse the loss yeah and you know and felt honestly it felt the match felt a little bit long to me. It was good. They were killing themselves killing themselves. And you almost feel bad criticizing anything that those women are fighting so hard I think Cardi Sane just showcased Mr self tonight. I mean I think she. You're you're looking right now at Charlotte and Oscar two of the best women wrestlers on the planet. You're looking at Becky. Key Lynch the biggest female wrestling star on the planet. And then you're looking at sane who she was in eighteen wasn't being Shayna Chenab Acer before she came to the main roster. You know what I mean. She's not a household name. She's not a big star like Becky Lynch and she hasn't worked on the level in wwe e of an Oscar or Charlotte. And I thought she completely stepped up to the plate and I would imagine I was already a believer. I would imagine made a believer out of a lot of people that may not have been believers before however I think that match had been five to ten ten minutes shorter and it happened halfway through the show instead of the main event. I think it would've been received universally positive and I think you certainly would not have had the reaction you had from the audience tonight which was quiet and you could blame Minnesota for it but now to paper using a row where blaming Chicago being quiet during the women's triple threat and survivor series agrees and we're blaming Minnesota for being quiet in the women's TLC. And I don't think it necessarily as do women either. You know what I mean like. Becky Lynch was in both matches. Maybe the Becky Lynch thing maybe it's just the fact that the some of the stories are not quite there. Maybe it's the way the Majer laid out again. If you would put that match not last and made it slightly shorter I think everybody in the world would have been. I think. I think it's still could have stolen the show. I don't think it did steal the show. I think it could have stolen the show. Had it been in a position to win a little bit more that said they all just crushed at all four of them completely crushed. It left everything out there and I mean tore each other there. I can't imagine how they're feeling now. I can't imagine how they're gonNA feel going forward. I can't believe that after that. TLC madge they're going to wrestle again. The next night tonight on Monday night raw. It's insane to me insane elbow trump to me But Yeah so you know. Oh and the Russa Bobby Lashley match. I was I was surprised that Lashley one kind of as easily as he did. But yeah I mean. I don't know where rousseff goes after this. You Know Bobby Lashley clearly won that match so I I don't I don't know that Bruce have sits there and goes like why I want another match. It's almost like let it go dude. He divorced her. She's hanging out Lashley now. You don't even like anymore and Lashley put you through a table in a tables semaj argument you have anymore Roussev. Let it go. Go Talk About Rousseau Day with somebody else. Understand that your wife ex wife and Bobby relache Lee are an item. They might be obnoxious to you. Let it go. It's done nothing for your career. It's done nothing for your personal life and it's done nothing for your fan base. I think has to move on after this show. Hopefully he will but he probably will not. Let's talk about a So let's talk about the shows that happened this week. I thought aside from. TLC On Friday you had smackdown which again. Oh my God. We haven't spoken since smackdown. Dude Bray Wyatt and the MS and being inside the Mrs. This is house and they're being a little fien doll in the Mrs Kids Crib. Marie sees it on the baby. Cham amazing on mazing. I loved by the way is very also people who got to eat. KFC At ringside tonight. That's something that I would love to do at pay per view but but I mean I thought it was such good TV the Bray Wyatt breaking into Mrs House theoretically to leave like when he when they looked at the Cam and all the little characters from the firefly funhouse are in Monroe's crib and Monroe Lake for a toddler that she is. She's incredible when they're picking her up and she's like pointing at the crib like I'll look over there and they look and that's that's where they find the female. I don't know how you get this little kid to do this stuff. But she's awesome props to her. I thought that was she was good. I thought the whole thing was really really spectacular. You know I thought it was great front row is saying in the discord room right now. I heard Monroe. Ms an-and starts at the PC next week she should. She's a naturally gifted performer. She's incredible she might be the Best Zanan of all. Yeah I thought that was great but at the same time miss smackdown we had a ring of honor final battle and then on Saturday you had. NWEA into the fire and then you have the CW cage of death show. I watched At least parts of all three of the shows on the TV APP fight TV episode. Good for like just trying to catch all these wrestling shows. It's it's so difficult but when you've got an APP and I can just kind of scroll through it throughout the weekend. Like oh like if I can watch it live I can but if I either forget forget it or I just don't have time I get home. You know it's eleven o'clock on a Saturday night. The kids are in bed. My Wife Falls Asleep. I'm not going to bed yet. I can just pick up my appetizer scrolling through and be like. Oh yeah there's a cage debt. This weekend there was into the fire this weekend. Like oh final battle like I didn't see this madge. It's it's awesome. I love beat living in the future But you know so. I was looking at like ring of honor for example. I think this is a conversation for ring of honor. NCW So ring of honor. They switched a lot of their titles. And they put The former Quebecer Pierre. Peo is not human. They put the title on him. I'm good with that. I think is a great character. I've been intrigued for the last. I don't know year two however long it's been doing in the indies as this new human character. I've been on board. I think it's great. I love the him and put out the like youtube videos where they just have him and basically do things that would kill a normal man but not pc. Oh I'm here for it in watch fifty two year old man doing moon salts on two tables and whatnot. It's just a freak show and I love it. I think it's great. I love the character. I I think it's perfect. It's like nothing else that's going on in wrestling. And and that's always a good thing But they did this thing right. P Zero wins the ring of Honor Championship. And they start telling. This story of like Lakers. If Peo- has achieved his destiny who would have thought audit fifty two years old. This man comes back and Blah Blah Blah. And you're telling this hopeful nice great story of a man right when earlier in the match you were trying to convince me. PCA is not human. I don't think that it makes sense is to play on. Somebody's heart strings to support somebody who is trying to be like a freak of nature monster type person and now that was to be a villain but just to be like. I don't think she ever mentioned does age. I don't think you should mention any of it. Just be like P C O of all the People People Watch it ring of honor history. We look at this man for the first time. Ever we have a man who's champion and he's not naughty human if there was any doubt the P. C. O.. Was Not human tonight. The doubters have been silenced. As this man has gone on through destruction carnage and mayhem to stand up the ring of honor champion. Like tell that story right. Tell the story of this guy is just gone through and you know I. It's like little things like they went to all this ever to have the hearse there that was like steaming but but then it was shot. Like weird like it wasn't shop below so that the hersal big or you kind of see like with the with the suplex overhead you could it was shot in a not flattering way. And I'm like if you're going to go to all the trouble don't go halfway. Let's go all the way you you know I think in the production elements and the storytelling. There's still a lot ring of honor can be doing. I think you know. Cw View has all this brand equity. They've been around for twenty years. They've got brand equity and now they've got stars that have come from. CDW You've got. Jon Moxley you've got all these people even. MJ F- came from CDW. Leo Rush came from. CDW Joey Genera no. That's just the recent ones. There's lots of mainstream guys that have come from CDW but it never gets brought up because of CDW's abuse kind of brand right. And you know. I think the you need to have the death match stuff right. You need to have your cage of death. You need to have the death match tournament out in Delaware. You need to have that stuff to really satisfy the hardcore fans and to differentiate yourself. What's going on our stories that you're that make it so that your small but loyal audience is desperate to see two guys kill each other in a death match? If we're GONNA have a death match make me believe that there is a reason for being made me believe that they need to have this death match. You know I was looking and I was watching some. CW Live and a lot of the fans. Were disappointed a lot of the fans. Were not we're like. This is not a good show and man. Is it. Just a lesson for promotions. I think there is so there. There are so many is on wrestling right now. There is so much opportunity for wrestling right now. You know would stuff like the fight. TV APP with stuff like the fact that you can ring of honor on pay per view and the fact that like wwe and e w are both forcing the conversation and there's more wrestling podcast than ever All forcing this conversation so that even if there aren't stars in wrestling that are as big as say stone cold or The rock. The notion ocean of professional wrestling is probably as big as it's ever been and there's so many avenues for content more wrestling fans than ever have become okay with the idea of just consuming wrestling twenty four hours a day that being their interest and I love that trust me I mean the amount of wrestling I consume is crazy and I'm so happy that I can but I feel like there are our promotions that take the eyes and the ability for granted I mean with the amount of exposure that wrestling in general just has and the buzz that you can build on the Internet with wrestling I think in two thousand nineteen and two thousand thousand twenty. There is no excuse to not try to do things on shows that you're gonNA get a buzz. I think all promotions all wrestling promotions. No matter how small they are should be doing everything in their power our to tell stories and show spectacular feats that are GonNa make people talk in a positive way when you got something that people are using the fight APP right because let's say they liked the NWEA pay per view so they've got the APP. If you you can create a buzz that's big enough. That makes me go like yeah. I'd spend twenty bucks to see this. CW thing that everybody's talking about now you. Can it actually pay off. It's one thing when it's like everybody's talking I gotta get so many people talking that they'll go to my website and they'll buy a vhs tape and they'll go home and they'll watch it and by the next one and they'll tell their friend and now it's just like you have to get people talking to the point that they'll actually by the show on an APP and people. We'll buy shows that our old people will buy shows that have already aired especially if it's twenty twenty five bucks and they already had the APP like why not go out of your way to create content. That feels can't miss at least to your audience. I don't know man I I just I feel like they're now more than ever. There is no excuse to not put everything in to what you're doing. And that goes for promoters that goes for wrestlers that goes for people doing promos that goes for broadcasters that goes for commentators everybody everybody announcer. Everybody needs to go out there and say we. There is the potential to get the whole world to look at this because with everything there there is everything nowadays. You have the potential to have the whole world look at you so why not go out of your way to try to create something that the whole world might want to look at. Why not at least try to create something that's GonNa WanNa make the world talk and it's not enough to sit there and go we'll champion that's GonNa make the world talk like no in the presentation like Oh my God hi? This is outside of the box this. This just looked so cool. There's something about the gotTa see like that. Should be every show I think that. NWEA into the fire as far as independent shows this weekend. got a bigger buzz than anybody because the matches we're good at Nwea into the fire because it looks different studio wrestling feels like studio wrestling. But you're taking it seriously. I thought you know when when we were talking to Billy Corgan Oregon David Ghana on the podcast. A couple of weeks ago they talked about how the TV studio would be altered for the pay per view the pay per view is still going to happen the TV studio but they were going to alter it so that it didn't look like the TV show and it worked coming down from the crowd and everything. I thought Golfing worked. I thought STU Bennett was great. You know obviously the biggest non. WWe story the weekend was Maurice Girl showing up into the fire which I thought was just brilliant for everybody. I think that because he hasn't been shown in the greatest slight in the world and ring of honor in Latte since since h.w started out ring of honor has not utilized the fact that they have Mardi girl signed for as long as they have Marnie Squirrel all sine so. I think that he could use a trip somewhere else before he goes to either. WWe Or annexed. Next to you. Or A W I think that this trip to the NWEA because of the way the NWEA does business. It can probably be short-lived but he can do some amazing amazing stuff. He can get onto a show. That's going to do two hundred two hundred fifty thousand views on Youtube. He can cut a promo that you know he can put out on social media and the whole world's GonNa see it. He can have a match without us at some point that everybody remembers. Oh this is why we thought there was so much potential with Maurice girl look man. I really hope that dude ends up in Annex T I'm a big Marx girlfriend we'll see where it goes but the fact that he's in Nwea right now. I think is so oh cool. I think it's really good for NWEA. And I think it's really cool for Mari Squirrel too. I think it's I think it's the best for everybody body. I don't think it would be crazy for Mardi scroll to spend a couple months going kind of Rebuilding and cemented his his reputation as a main event caliber guy. I think it would be Probably pretty good for them. All right folks. I appreciate you guys hanging in there. Don't forget go to YouTube dot com on slash. Not Sam wrestling. If you haven't already please subscribe to YouTube dot com slash. Not Sam wrestling. You can also always sending questions to not Sam wrestling a g mail DOT COM. You can also send them via patriotic if you're not Sam Schill at Patriot dot com slash. Not Sam Wrestling Joey on Patriae Trian. He writes You mentioned the boys if you episodes back. I'm wondering how you would book Velveteen Dream Versus Dalton Castle. Who's the manly man? Or should I say glamourised I just to say hi to chip for me. I don't WanNa hear about you on this kisses. My one escape. Yeah I I think of our team. Dream Dalton Castle Matchwood especially in Annex. T would be very well done but you know I think I think yeah you know velveteen dream coming in and saying you know you're some half rate velveteen dream. WanNa it'd be like you Dalton Castle and I mean it would almost be like Dalton Castle taking on a Cleopatra Desert or what what was was that Hugh you know it'd be like Freddie Mercury Seventies Freddie Mercury not eighties mustache. I'm talking about seventies era Freddie Mercury. I think it would be like Freddie Mercury versus Prince two Dalton Castle versus velveteen dream. I think it could be really cool. Really really really cool. All right guys I appreciate you hanging out we will see you next time on Thursday Thursday's one we'll see you again for an episode of Thursday. They not Sam Thursday. Have a good day. Everybody Phil thanks for listening follow at not tale on twitter Instagram facebook and you to review subscribe. This has been not I.

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Do the Boston Tea Party and Jesus' cleansing of the temple justify violence? John Lewis and Jesus show us the way forward

The Daily Article

06:52 min | 1 year ago

Do the Boston Tea Party and Jesus' cleansing of the temple justify violence? John Lewis and Jesus show us the way forward

"This is the daily Article podcast published by the Denison Forum or culture changing Christians to receive the daily article directly to your email inbox week day morning. Visit the daily Article Dot Com now. Here's Today's news discerned differently. Saks fifth avenue surrounded its flagship. Store with razor wire yesterday to keep thieves from stealing expensive merchandise while protests across the US were more peaceful last night the associated. Press announced this morning that at least ninety three hundred people have been arrested since George Floyd's death yesterday I made the claim that violence is not the right response to violence. I've seen to counter arguments. We didn't have space to consider in my article. was that violent protests are as American as the Boston Tea Party new. York. Times columnist Charles Blow tweeted. It is estimated the Boston tea. Party, the riot that gave birth to this country resulted in one point seven million dollars in today's dollars in property damage. T I'm just going to leave this right here for whoever needs to read it I'm not certain that the Boston tea. Party was a riot. It was conducted by men in disguise undercover of darkness or that it gave birth to this country. Our origins are far more complex. George Washington. Voice drawn disapproval of the perpetrators, conduct and destroying t Benjamin Franklin insisted that the British be reimbursed for the loss T. T, and even offered to pay for it himself columnist John. Lawson noted though many witnessed the events aftermath. It was a moonlit covert act completed in three hours. No harm came to the ships and crews. No violence or confrontations of any kind took place between the British years, colonial patriots or Tory loyalists that night, except for t, the only property that was damaged was a single broken padlock and one of the ships which was replaced the next day by the Patriots. The sole injury was to one of the Patriots who was knocked unconscious when he was struck by a creative t to make the Boston tea party analogy to the violence perpetrated after George Floyd's. Death, the Patriots would have destroyed. The property of their countrymen threatened members of other militia companies rioted in the streets of Boston and burned down the homes and businesses of their neighbors, none of which happened of course. Another justification for the violence of these days is a mean picturing Jesus turning over tables in the temple while using a whip to threaten the money changers. The caption says if someone asks. What would Jesus do? Remind them that? Turning over tables in breaking out whips is a possibility. However as Nathan W. O. Holleran notes the Greek of John To fifteen clearly states that Jesus used his whip to drive. Drive the animals from the temple, not the money changers at no point did he in danger or harm humans to make this event analogous to the violence we're discussing lowered would have harmed innocent bystanders destroyed their property and burned down their homes and businesses, none of which happened of course to the contrary. Jesus acted on behalf of people very much like those being victimized by the violence of recent days. If violence is the wrong way to respond to Mr Floyd's death. What is the Right Way John? Lewis an icon of the Civil Rights Movement stated a few days ago. Rioting looting and burning is not the way Organiz demonstrate. Sit in, stand up, vote, be constructive, not destructive history has proven time and again that nonviolent peaceful protests is the way to achieve the Justice and equality that we all deserve this week. We're applying Jesus's teachings to this crisis today. Let's focus on our Lord's instruction. Instruction in light of representative. Lewis is called to be constructive, not destructive I, taking his precepts in reverse order. We must be sure we are not part of the problem. Jesus taught us in Matthew Five if you are offering your gift at the altar, and there remember that your brother has something against you, leave your gift there before the altar, and go first be reconciled to your brother, and then come and offer your gift in the context of racism. How do we know if? If, your brother has something against you. Ask The Lord to bring to mind any attitudes, words and actions or inactions that have offended someone of a different race. Then ask someone of a different race the same question, if needed, do all we can to seek forgiveness and reconciliation second, we should find ways to be part of the solution. Jesus commissioned us to make disciples of all nations. The Greek word for nations is ethnos from which we get ethnicities and Response Early Christians welcomed Jews from. From fifteen different language groups then shared Christ with Samaritans Gentiles, slaves, and women, thus breaking down every cultural barrier in their day. You and I cannot do all that must be done to combat racism and injustice in our culture, but we can do something we each have been given resources, abilities, spiritual gifts and influence that can make a real difference in other lives and our society. We must not allow the enormity of the crisis to keep us from doing what we can in response. To follow Jesus teachings. We need to be like Jesus. We need his love for all people and his bold initiative to make a difference. Oswald. Advised US never trust anything, but the grace of God in yourself or in any one else. How can we grow in such grace chambers? God expects my personal life to be a Bethlehem. Am I, allowing my natural life to be slowly transfigured by the in dwelling life of the son of God God's. Purpose is that his son might be manifest in my mortal flesh. Will you ask Jesus to manifest himself in your courageous compassion today? Connect with the Denison Forum on Facebook instagram and twitter to keep the conversation going. Thank you for listening to the daily Article podcast today.

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Earliest Wrestling Memories with Mike Kostrewa

Scoop Slam Wrestling

25:18 min | 3 years ago

Earliest Wrestling Memories with Mike Kostrewa

"What's up friends it's me the fat and Sassy Cat Daddy. I got something special for you. This time I'm here with my good buddy. Might from half the Mike go check him out on Youtube now guys Mike, how's it going? Good. So we want to talk about our earliest memories and Maybe some of our favorite early wrestling memories are moments that. We really became fans do it. I'm excited. So might make when was your first time you really remember wrestling Mike, well? That's kind of a tough question I do like. When I was like three. I remember my dad turning on WWF not. Eat. I saw Hulk Hogan for the first time walking out like he did his entrance in the arena rock theme song. That was like man this guy is like. US point at the crowd point at the ring point at the guy in the ring and I was like, wow, that was like he was kind of like. He almost he was like a rockstar and I was like. Yeah. So that was like that was my first introduction to wrestling and then. My Dad got me all of the the stuffed wrestling buddies. You remember those like the Hulk Hogan had all Had the Hulk Hogan and the ultimate. Warrior one. And I kinda just watched it periodically when I was a kid, I wasn't super into it but then the Monday night wars happened. Then N W O happened and. That was that was pretty much when it was over I I think I caught an episode of Nitro. It was when Oddly, enough it was when Dennis Rodman. was involved and I I was just watching knows like what does Dennis Rodman? and. Then like. The N W. O. came into the ring. They started beating up lex Luger and the giant a big show, and then stink came down from the rafters and I was like I was hooked. I think that was like ninety six. Ninety, six, nine, seven after that I was like, okay, I'm I'm hooked. This is this is my thing. Get down sorry my dog's acting a fool. Hey. Yeah I I remember my earliest memory. I don't remember specifically what match it was, but I remember my dad turned it on anyways. Next Luger and sting in a tag match gets somebody I don't know who? In. I. Remember seeing had his old American face paint thing on the the blonde flat out of one flat tops. I remember he just really cool I like it looked like he made me think of evil knievel or something. Why And in a lex Luger total package. Guy was jacked on. Steroids. In his tiny little underwears. Really the underwear that got me. By. That's always what it is. Man. There's tight. SPANDEX. Sydney. I. I don't really remember much after that until. Like one moment really remember like I'm looked. Yeah. Just kind of it's always been there a little bit. After that I think it was like. Like with Nitra nitro like nothing had ever seen before because like. All these all these dudes they seem like they're in a gang they're just beating up on like two guys like. It seemed. Like it seemed in my in the back of my mind I knew it was all staged but at the same time, it was like this seems really legit. Seems like really well done, and then when Steve Stinking down from the rafters like he started like he's tried to save Luger and the giant and I was like and then it would it didn't that was the end of the show like they would cut to the we gotta go see. Yeah like see you later and I'm like, no, no to see more, and then that's when I was looked. I was like well, I got a I got to watch next week gotta find out what's going to happen with this with this stuff. So yeah, I remember probably against one of my early ones where I know I was watching pretty regularly when. Kevin Nash and Scott Hall started showing up. Outsiders yeah. I remember that a lot I think that's probably when I started watching religiously around. Then be I started after that like that. That was before when I really started watching. Remember, remember every week they who are these guys I didn't know much about WWF at the time Cogan Macho. Man But. Ultimately. Order things like that. But nothing major. Excited no hall Nash, and then who are these guys man coming in invading this place. That was a big deal you know who I Don't know why. I love that very long sentences that's got hold of big made in a medium sized May. Yeah carve you up I. I always love that. So yeah, the whole in W. O. Verse WCW. Really got. ME. Hooked. In staying of be in that the face of WCW verse Vio that was it was awesome. Always loved staying I. Mean, how do you not especially when you're a kid I even went as interview wolfback sting for Halloween one year. It was probably a horrible costume but. A. Was I remember going to school Tuesday and everyone's like what you watch WB effort WCW. Then we will talk and you know television. Show and eventually I started watching WWF to I remember. I. Think about the time are really started watching WWF lot was probably more than WCW was. They announced on WCW that Mick Foley was going to win. Via. TIDAL IN SURAT The kind of shot themselves in the foot. They've even said that to you if you watch Monday night were staying on the wwe network for nine, ninety, nine and. then. Talk about that. That was like the stupidest thing Tony Shivani. Hated it. It was told to do it. He's like I tried to sell it like it was like the worst thing in the world I remember he was like he's like Mick Foley former WCW wrestler Windsor titled Yuck. Yeah. Yeah. So. Bad I remember that and that was the night when Like Kevin Nash lost the belt to Hogan with the finger poke of doom So that was yeah that was even worse Oh was like. They did everybody a favor to change the channel pretty much. Yeah I just there was a point when the end of you Oh, was like forty, two people in. WCW was nine. Where did you know caring? And when David Arquette won their title, you know you knew you knew WCW is going under the Yeah, I just I. Remember Really Early on to my dad, took us to a wrestling show on the Air Force Base There was Jimmy was there and fought to oh. That must've been also. Yeah. The clown. Which doing Whatever one was in jail. Time. We met. So I got an autograph joint picture. Says, keep clown. And I got I got one of disco inferno at some point. Maybe you're nice. Yeah. Have you seen disco recently? No, he looks exactly the same. Does he really it's really weird. Yeah. Talion tell you this only shoe. And I, remember my my uncle went to. So I had to be Missouri. So I had to be under ten years old at the time. So seven or eight. In Go on my uncle love wink religious number one favorite wrestler is doing the clown I really wanted to get. Fought to in Jimmy Snuka autograph but they were so expensive like forty five dollars for a picture in the next twenty for an autograph or something. but it was a cool little night. At. The time didn't appreciate of a now. You know those are legends it's, pretty. NEAT. I think that like. I The reason why? The WCW won me over is just because. My parents wouldn't let me watch the attitude era like. Way Too out there like I think we turn it over once. To WWF in it was something Raunchy was going on I think it might have been abroad in match or something like that. My Dad mom or like no no that's That was to weed flip back and forth we mostly watched WCW every now and then we watch WWF. But. We didn't like it as much like. Because it was, it wasn't as kit for any kind of Gross Yay at the time, we weren't into half naked women. So. Yeah unlike now. Yeah. I mean I was just like. Oh Yeah. Yeah. It was gross I was into Nintendo sixty four that was. Like Oh yeah. So Yeah. It's just like I didn't watch it much and then my mom left it all the time we went outside or went somewhere to do simple it on. Yeah I think it was the time when sable took her top off and had like the lunar. boobs. My Mom's like you're watching this. Guy Grounded and we weren't allowed to watch it for a long time. We convinced her that was the bad show right away. WCW. Women didn't have all the. So we kept watching ww two older. The only thing that W had that was like. As far as like. There was a really good women's wrestling rally that much I'm they had they had the nitro girls who would do their little little dances before but that was it. That was really all I remember Harold. Babysitter I don't remember his name now for the life of me. I. Thought he was a coolest guy in the world because he'd watch wrestling with this astle and the commercials. But every time the nitro girls came on, he would stop anything Goma. In like in front of the TV, like a dog. Literally squatting like a dog right in front of the TV, watching the nitro girls. This stupid. He loved it there. Yeah. Of course. Why would he right in front of the? So we watched, we watched wrestling with him all the time I remember the wrestling video games to like once. Came out and you have the wrestling games. Oh man those are so good Russia the two thousand. No mercy. I, think personally I like Wrestlemainia two thousand over number seat on people are the other way. But we my brother and I had so much fun making Goofy Characters, oh? Yeah. You could do that. Yeah we we made. We made one called King baby they knew. Fattest thing you could make apor and we gave them all women's move sets. Slapping. Paul hair and stuff but. I've got a I've got a funny story about that So. When back in the days of like rental stores. It was like the day. W W W revenge came out on sixty home. Yeah. I rented that. Just to check it out because I was going to buy it by eventually. I wanted to play right away where the graphics were weird. No that wasn't that was backyard or backstage brawl that might yeah. That might have been different binge was the one that was kind of like Wrestlemainia two thousand it was. Yeah. It was really easy like it was really easy gameplay graphics weren't back rate but any like at the time but right? Yeah. At the time they were good but We rented that and then I was flipping through the characters and somebody changed. At the big show slash giant somebody changed his outfit to like. All of this like red white and blue stuff, and then his name they changed to captain and say, no. I lost. That's funny. That was funny because somebody had rented the game before me and done that I, I thought Xenos noisy I thought that was so funny that is hilarious. I loved those games man we'd been so many characters on there we've made Walker Texas Ranger and. We always try to give people the goofiest moves. That, we made a bunch of. I think we made Santa Claus once. Yeah. He came out like a gain grill in the brood like from the stage, Chausson. Stupid stuff like that but you know it was we loved anyhow so much fun. We also you know naturally having two brothers we wrestled all the time. In wants to watch wrestling. Went through the roof. So yeah, I think. The nineties was really like that's when it really kicked in mean. Started watching all watching. Flipping back and forth actually I think I taped nitro upstairs I taped raw downstairs around and yeah. I. Would Watch. According things at the beach s yeah. Yeah. I did I did that even after it was obsolete? Yeah I. I remember we. Are Mid to late ninety s and the two thousand, the ruthless aggression Eric came along. That was really my peak to I watched all the time Rufus. Ruthless. Aggression. Known. The old prototype yeah. Yeah. So it's I loved wrestling. We wrestle all the time we get. We had food don in. You know they have those hell mattresses autumn a possible move Oh Yeah Kata hate those. We drag that in the middle basement floor and then get every pillow and blanket in the House and pilot up on top of it, and then we try to roll it into a giant roll. Call it the Burrito of. Death. We just wrestling each other down there and powerball me each other onto this giant. Burrito made of a food and blankets and. Some we have concrete floors or basement, and sometimes we miss. Why got hurt so bad. Probably, one of my favorite funniest wrestling with my brother stories was We're having a hardcore match quote. Unquote hardcore. Yeah. As. Hard core is you get you know rustling in your house So we we went around we got like cookie sheets and hit each other those allowed and they don't hurt and My brother, we went upstairs to one of our rooms we a desk and whatever reason I had it in my mind that my brother was gonNA kick me in the stomach. Without him even moving or doing anything I react to it like I got kicked in the stomach and I smashed my face right at the top of the. My brother has died like, what did he do this or? You're going to kick me like. It was so funny. Well, we destroyed our parents, washers and dryers. We'd Irish whip each other right into and sound. Oh. Sorry dogs making noise. He's being good though yeah for being so excited. Yeah. Loved wrestling I'm glad I stuck with it I left it for a long time I did too like after. Ninety nine, two, thousand I, think I stopped I stopped watching for. For quite a while and then I picked it back up when like Like. See Him Punk I was really into see upon for a long time. But. He was I think he might be part of the reason why I started watching again. I didn't watch you like most of that I've watched episode here there. But like almost nothing like two, thousand, six, two, thousand, seven is when I started kind of picking it up again and then. Yeah. So. So. Start watching again like a lot until May and probably like two thousand twelve. Okay. I use them on time. Yeah. I don't remember exactly when I stopped watching in Kinda trickled out. Get your senior year high school and go to college and ensure TV cable. In back then you didn't have the. WWE Network, the award winning. Right So. Long time I stopped watching it, but he don't meet. We'd go over your house and talk about wrestling tunnel with my brother. We'd wrestling it became it became a thing that we were like, Oh, you remember when? You remember when wrestling was good and they. And like we would always talk about that lavender to specific times I wanted to go watch wrestling again and like one time he was sin car wrestling when they have like the lights all pink purple stuff. Like this is stupid. Yeah you. botch prone as it is. So I was like this is crap. Yeah he really. At twenty seconds of that match up watching for awhile, and then the next time was Zach Ryder in ring in all I remember him to school. Link. Forgot about happened. Some watch the other is the Rock and so full. Like. Granted I love Zach, writer for what he is but like is not the guy to get you back into wrestling. It It definitely like. In when the P. G. era started to come into fruition like The athletic like the athletic quality those wrestlers really picked up and that's when I started getting really interested again because. The the wrestlers that they have today they're super athletic like way more than what they gotta make up for not being able to smash each other in the face of seal. You can't just rely on Brown pants steel chair shots. Anymore. Yes. The AJ Siles Nakimora at wrestle kingdom tens never that was that was really the match that got me really invested again. Because my friend Adam showed me that at sorry I knew who AJ solid from. TNA. Check that out from time to time. But because I heard they got Kurt Angle. To see that. But. they have Hogan at the time, which is huge mistake that was weird. The Everybody says the like Hogan was the reason why went under but I, don't know about that Dixie Carter has ninety percent of the problem too. Yeah. There's a lot of things but yeah so I t me at the time was being built up the next WCW the next rival right and you know they never lived up to it. Yeah. Yeah. Then Nakimora. Match I had no idea who Nakimora was I knew that there was wrestling in Japan but that's all I knew. I saw holy crap. Yeah. Got Me hooked. Get. A. Rematch of that come. Yes I'm so stoked. That's going to be really good and I, think it's GonNa hopefully open up a lot of ice Yeah. I don't know wrestlemanias been so weird like they have. This stuff where it's like. We're going to focus on the show and all the lights and Roman reigns punching state. And Yeah you know Roman reigns who are the losers in the sky and that might be going on for a long time. Yeah and then. I don't know there was that the match qualities really sucked. There's a couple of good matches last few years. Used to be you know the matches were the best matches of the year? Hopefully. This year will be good I mean we gotta J. Nakimora Yeah that's GONNA be. Huge deal. Yeah and I hope that they do stroman in Leicester and not Roman I've Mazar I would lie that's what I want. Yeah. I really WANNA see Stroman beat last year, and then just go away. Yeah. I think listeners are going to go away despite whatever happens but yeah, I would I would rather have stroman. Only, he's up he's there every single week inputs crazy crazy matches all the time. Yeah. Is Best as probably as Ellsworth. A personal favourite. Any man to hand Sansa fighting chance. We am. So wrestling's always been there as long as I can remember yeah. Man I don't have too many early memories too many injuries to my head maybe but I think I've always been a fan but just there's just been times in my life when it just wasn't as much as other times. Yeah. Means come and gone but it's always like you said it's always been there it's always been. Like, like I said before I mean. You those those guys, rock rockstars they have. They have charisma like guys Nakimora and stuff like that like then I'll. I'll keep watching. Yeah, this is long. Long as they have that. Stuff. Yeah well, that's pretty much willing to talk about today. We're almost time so. Do. Yourself a favor. Go on. Youtube. Go to half the Mike with risk channel you should see a picture of his beautiful little face. here like movies geeky stuff. Especially, horror movies he does movie reviews and TV show reviews its do lots of old school stuff like. Go back to the eighties and nineties. I'm not. I'm not like one of those. I don't I don't really review recent films that much anymore. But just because there's so many people that do that. If you like to. Bask in the style. Yeah. Come on. Come on over and go back look through his history because he sit the a twelve days of Christmas four. Yeah. The twelfth screams of Christmas and the thirty one, thirty, one days of Halloween. Yeah. Check those out. Of their auto relatively short. So they are they don't I don't know sometimes you watch a movie review like twelve and a half hours. Yeah. When this guy said to the guy, the backroom she's wearing. Really makes me think he's not really from New Hampshire so. Minor quick to the point. So, check it out half the Mike they too. Yeah. Man and he has a punk rock music. Talk about it? Oh. My Band's called half the fight you can find us on band camp. You. Can listen to our entire full ep or you can actually. Buy It, download it on they're. GonNa get it on I tunes eventually just been funds have not been. The greatest right now. But I'll get it on I tunes eventually and then Hopefully, we'll play a show in the future you. Maybe. Yeah. I. Don't know if there's anywhere to plead kokomo yeah. That to in plays I hope he gets to show. Yeah. Hi Fi we'll get. Yeah they gotTA stage, but we'll get back. We'll hopefully maybe like I'm shooting for like summer October or something like that. Yeah. Well all right. Well, then we're GONNA go ahead and. Sign off and say, goodbye. We'll see again here soon, thanks for hanging out and talk to. All right friends I'll see later free.

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#B29 (banana to band)

The Dictionary

13:19 min | 1 year ago

#B29 (banana to band)

"Hello words welcome to this episode of the podcast called the dictionary. The only podcast in the world where some silly person reads this whole book called the dictionary. some of you might be very grateful that. I haven't had on a guest reader in a while. Some of you might be saying. Hey have a guest reader. Make this more interesting for me But it's been a weird month So I've just been jumping on these recordings whenever I can I'm not nearly as a head as I would like. But Anyway let's talk about some words This is GonNa be the banana episode We are in the third quarter a page ninety five. The first WORD IS BANANA. B. A. N. A. B. Wait what be an NA Let's see this is a noun? From fifteen ninety seven one and elongated usually tapering tropical fruit with soft pulpy flesh enclosed in a soft usually yellow rind number to any of several widely cultivated perennial herbs Burying Bananas in Compact Pendant Bunches. I feel like I have so many things to say about bananas. That's weird Let's see this is a Spanish or Portuguese word? Why why why did they write this? This way I'm going to ignore that It is of African origin at is akin to the Wollo F- word Wolof IS W. O. L. O. F. I assume that's a language That I have never heard of before Anyway it is from the Wolof Word Banana B. A. N. A. And a which means oddly enough banana What do I have to say about? Nana's they're they're tasty yellow fruits Now I've forgotten everything that I was gonNA say. Let's see on read it. It has become a thing to post a picture of something with a banana in the picture. And say banana for scale. So if you ever see somebody say banana for scale or something like that. That's where it comes from. I don't know who is the first to do it But banana for scale. I actually posted a picture of a super burrito that was about fourteen inches long and I put it. I did the whole banana. For scale thing So people could see how giant this Burrito was I heard that bananas share about fifty percent of DNA with humans. Does that right So you think that something is really different from you but we actually share a lot more DNA with other just living things on this world Then you realize What else bananas. I heard I think they used to have seeds So the bananas that we know of today are actually have been genetically modified over probably many many generations many many years To be something that was actually more fun and interesting to eat. They genetically modified. That's not maybe the the the term that you would think of but anytime you combine two things You're genetically modifying it So they picked the bananas that had maybe less seeds or something and they just kept on breeding those over and over again until they got the bananas that we're used to okay. That's enough about bananas. Now let's talk about banana oil. It is a noun from nineteen twenty six and we just have the Synonym Amil acetate. We must have read that a while ago next. We have banana pepper. It is a two words now from nineteen seventy-three a long tapered yellow pepper occurring in several varieties from mild and sweet tasting too hot and pungent Whenever I have the chance I will. I will put these on my salads Like I sometimes work at this one place and they have a a salad bar So when I'm there for lunch I will put these banana peppers. Because they're they're very strong tasting but they're really tasty Next we have banana republic. It is two words. It is not the store that you buy clothes at It is a noun from nineteen. Oh four a small dependent country usually of the tropics especially one run despotically So that's one that's run by a despot and I don't really know despot is but I think it's similar to like a very authoritarian Like almost like a dictator. Maybe kind of next. We have bananas. It is Let's see is especially British although we say that here too it's an adjective from nineteen fifty seven and we have the synonym crazy as in drives me. Bananas also is in the crowd Wend Bananas. Next we have banana seat. It is two words. It is a noun from nineteen sixty five and elongated bicycle saddle These are probably making a little bit of a comeback. But I know that these were big in maybe the sixties seventies eighties. Something like that And it was usually on a kid's bike although not necessarily it was just a really long bicycle seat. I don't know why they design them that way. Maybe I'll have to look into that. Who made the banana seat? And why did they make it look like that? And why do people love it so much next? We Have Bananas Foster. And the F. is capitalized. This is a noun rum. Lots of analogy from nineteen seventy six. A desert of bananas flamed as with Rum and served with ice cream. This is from Richard Foster. Who was a friend of New Orleans restaurant Tour Owen e Brennan at? Who's restaurant the dish was I made? I really want a dish named after me. I've probably had a bananas foster dishes at some point in my life but I honestly don't remember and by the time I went Vegan. I don't think it's something that is really often offered as Vegan option usually because it has ice cream but it sounds good and I want a bananas foster right now next. We have banana split. Same story it is a noun from Nineteen fifteen ice cream served on a banana sliced in half lengthwise and usually garnished with flavored syrups fruits nuts and whipped Kareem. What is the difference between this and a Sunday? Let me know next we have. We're done with bananas. We are now talking about the word. Banana stick Why didn't really say that great but no sick or Benassi B. A. N. a? Us IC- it is an adjective from eighteen. Forty five relating to or concerned with earning a living and it is used pejoratively as in contempt for the Benasque occupations. That is a quote from T S. Eliot see if I can find where that's from. Also we have these synonyms utilitarian and practical as in such mundane and Banovic considerations as comfort and durability and that is a quote from G Moyer Related to or concern with their new living I this is a complicated issue. We're not gonNA talk about it but instead we're going to talk about. The etymology is from Greek Benassi Coz which means of an artisan or non intellectual or vulgar. Wow that is a negative word From the word. Bonobos which means artisan Okay next we have the word band This is going to be the last word of the episode B. A. N. D. It is the I form and we are going to save the other forms for the next episode. So hang on tight. This one's long Let's see it is a noun from? There's so much information from the Twelfth Century Okay number one. Something that confines or constricts while allowing a degree of movement number two something that binds or restrains legally morally or spiritually number three a strip serving to join or hold things together as three a the two definition for the word belt three. Be a cord or strip across the back of a book to which these sections are sewn number four a thin flat encircling strip as for a a close fitting strip that convey that confines material at the waist neck or cuff of clothing for be a strip of cloth. Used to protect a newborn babies naval Yeah I guess because when they are born They the What is that called? The the umbilical cord has been cut. And so they've got basically like a wounded scab a thing where they're belly button will end up being And called also belly band. I've never heard of that. Maybe I should start wearing a band across my belly and call it my belly band. All right See a ring of elastic. Five eight a strip as of living tissue or rock or a stripe as on an animal differential as by color texture or structure from the adjacent material or area so that definition the five eight definition without the parentheses says a strip or a stripe differential from the adjacent material or area Yeah lots of animals and things have like a stripe or something so they call it. A band Yeah makes sense to me. Five beep a more or less well defined range of wavelengths frequencies or energies. I'm sure you've heard that like the The band of energy curve wavelengths whatever five see we have these seven eight definition for the word range six a narrow strip serving chiefly as decoration as six a narrow strip of material applied as trimming to an article of dress. Six beep is plural a pair of strips hanging at the front of the neck as part of a clerical legal or academic dress six c a ring without raised portions a ring without raised portions and finally number seven. What does this say? Oh it says it is just the one easy to definition for the WORD TRACK. So track has a lot of definitions and sub definitions. So let's look at the etymology incense is one and two. It is from the middle English band or bond which is something that constricts From the old norse band akin to the old English been don which means to bind And in other senses not one into It is from the Middle English Bonday Bandai which means Strip from the middle French from the very very something Latin old. Let's go look up. What this word is V. L. Vulgar Latin man? What is vulgar mean? We're not gonNA find out what vulgar means for awhile because it obviously has some different definitions from the vulgar. Latin Binda of Germanic origin akin to the old high German binta which means Fillet Akin to old English been don which means to bind and the word bend which means fetter and there is more at the word bind. Well what is going to be the word of the episode? Oh do I take that or do I pick that Well I guess I'll just pick banana as the word of the episode because You eat you eat the Banana. And you have some potassium Don't eat too much. But they are good for you on occasion and You know they're the basis for bananas foster and Banana Split. So that is the word of the episode. Thank you very much for joining me in this podcast and until next time this is spencer reading the dictionary goodbye.

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Hour 2 Gov. Murphy does not like knuckleheads

Mark Simone

33:31 min | 1 year ago

Hour 2 Gov. Murphy does not like knuckleheads

"Gene Brooke tms The nation's leading team s therapy provider gives patients a safe and effective treatment for depression covered by most insurance schedule a free consultation for you or a loved one at Greenberg tms dot com, Greenberg tms. We're here to help. Mr New York Mark Simone on W. O. R.. Will Give you all the latest on the storm and. The political storm and everything else that's going on looks at a job bar. What is the name of the storm I can't say it is. That's a silly name for a storm. Why can it just be sitting in? Is Es Es Isa? it'll be gone by tomorrow morning. There's no point memorize your name learn. What happened the good old fashioned storms hurricane married that you could say hurricane, Fred what happened to those names the these politically correct names now, and then we've run out of easy names to say I think. No No. No we have it. There's plenty of easy names I think this is the PC naming of storms. Name after every you're going to go through every ethnic group and then So don't worry your Your officials are are prepared and surprise before the storms we've been surprised by the way they can change at the last minute. So we're in a very vigilant state right now you know when you think bill de Blasio that's the word that comes to mind vigilant. Every. Detail is. PAYS ATTENTION the only good news with the storm. It might put out the fires from all the arsons and all the looting and all the rioting It might. Be. The one night that maybe the shootings decrease in the riots might decrease. No thanks to Bill De. BLASIO. Thanks to the the weather that's and they used to say rain is the best policemen of we'll see governor Murphy on top of knuckleheads leave us no other course we have to go back and tightened these restrictions once again that's right. You Damn knuckleheads. What is wrong with you knuckleheads wouldn't let me ask you something if he is he's got this thing about knuckleheads he doesn't like knuckleheads if if that was your obsession, why would you want to be governor of New Jersey that's like The headquarters of knuckleheads. Well be honest if you were casting a movie about knuckleheads and you had to go find some looking Southampton or would you go look in the Jersey shore? Now probably plenty of knuckleheads on the Jersey Shore. Exactly now the governor What he's about these incidents, they found a bar where people were gathering or over the weekend. They found a boat some cruise ship had a party going on and then they go nuts abou a charter boat could put together a crowd. on deck and leave. It's just it's disrespectful. It's illegal. eight is it not only violates public health it violates common decency. Okay. If you have a crowd, but where's the these protests every night every night, a protest with a thousand people crammed together and he never says a word I think you notice you're seeing an outbreak of these incidents. Now, the cruise that rave took place under the bridge is the Jersey Shore. You see a lot of these incidents now I think it's because of the protests. People have seen that that the Blasi oh Cuomo, all these officials say look the other way thousand people crammed together in a protest. Five nights a week. The thing is if if a protest doesn't spread the disease, how does a crowded both? Well we don't know It didn't spread the disease in New York and that may be because we're just walking. We don't have a lot of the disease here but the mayor of Miami, the Mayor of Los. Angeles of all said, their spikes were caused by protesting and they believe that they've actually got contact tracers. By the way, the contact tracers are not allowed to ask. If you've been to a protest or not allowed to ask. But you know their ways of finding that out and. got a couple of mayor saying the protest caused a spike but. You got this double standard absolutely ridiculously this crazy Jim. Jonathan Swan, this real left-wing trumpeter axios reporter in the interview he said, how could you do the Tulsa Rally? Wasn't that responsible going on but he gives the John Lewis funeral a total pass where you got. People crammed into it into a church and by the way it was Georgie supposed to quarantine. When you come back from there, they were given special exemptions by mayors, governors that they don't have to quarantine they were declared to central workers, essential service, the funeral but everybody so people can't go to church you know many people weren't able to hold a funeral for their loved ones. You can't do it but they see the John Lewis Funeral on TV but you can't do it i. it doesn't make any sense. This double standard I think is causing people. That just went out there and do what they want. They don't trust these officials anymore. you get. The big thing that will be the blame president trump for the bad numbers the corona virus numbers they're gonNA blame him. This is so old bit somebody died and they wrote in their obituary the I guess the wife put in there I blame president trump for killing my husband. Not. China. President trump it was China that. Maybe, even created this corona virus if if it was an accident, that's one thing but they did let it out of the country, they didn't contain it. They didn't warn anybody. So she's blaming president trump the obituary went super viral. It's being passed around all over the Internet. You know when you look back at that period if you if you WANNA criticize anything that took place in February or March as far as preparations main person to blame his she because he was giving all the wrong advice he was the guy all through February saying it's not anything. It's just a bad flu. Don't worry about it beginning of March he's telling people to take a cruise. He's telling people to go to the movies second week of March. He's on television saying don't wear a mask masked won't do anything for it's not so bad advice from Saudi, the CDC totally wrong about everything you remember all the testing that was screwed up in the beginning that was by the CDC. Made a complete mess of this the World Health Organization now give them. A break here because it wasn't mistakes, they're just totally corrupt getting paid off by China so that was corruption but. They were totally wrong about everything in their case it was deliberate. So. It's an absolute mess, but they're gonNA. They're gonNA try this for a month now that. They know people. Just. Anything eight this corona virus or the blame it all on President Trump Joe Bartlett do you think most people will buy that you think that'll stick in most people's minds? Think trump has come across as having this under control I. Mean he sort of he doesn't WanNa talk about it and I understand this his personality he doesn't WanNa give into it but you know I think he probably should have been. You know he he should've should've given us more of the. National Pep talk. Rather than I don't worry about it, they don't go away. Yeah. But you gotTa do what you what you know how to do, and he is great with a sales thing motivational speeches this that pep talk on a medical situation not him. Personnel we know that. It's not him. That's one thing about the. Great Politicians Obama or you know any great Paul George W Bush when it comes to bedside manner people dying they put on that voice and they make that speech and they know how to do that stuff comes to actually getting things done go make a billion masks they're not so hot as they. were, creating supply chain managing stuff that they don't know bedside manner. But in the end I, don't think anybody will really blame the president for the virus. You know that's the case. Then that would mean the Governor Governor Cuomo the worst in the world since his numbers got more out of control than anybody's that's what he did that angry screaming press conference yesterday screaming that was all White House's fault everything that went wrong. New York was the White House's fault. and. Why didn't they warn them that the virus was coming from Europe. We. Only. Criticism Cuomo's got from the Post New York. Times. Really never brought it up and never you know they've given him a pass on that. She that's not the New York Times that I know they're usually very fair and. Very even. Yeah. Well, once almost those see, here's the thing. This is what it all came down to. It's an election year. Democrats. Have a candidate who can't talk. He's literally in a coma can't speak. He's a mumbling lost confused. So all of a sudden this cuomo comes along and he's a great talker. He does these dazzling briefings in their mind dazzling briefing. So he's the voice of the two thousand, twenty election they're using him as the. kind of like dubbing in the voice for for Biden. So that's why give him a pass on everything because he's he's you know. If you had an actual normal breathing candidate. Democrats he would have been holding briefing everyday. Imagine he had a real candidate right now he would have done daily briefing talking about this, and all the networks would have carried it the the problem with the Cuomo thing in the tri-state area they love him but around the country doesn't play that. Well, it's a little. Too harsh strident new yorkie ethnic It doesn't play well around the country. That's the only thing that they. That's why the network's all stop carrying it. They used to carry the Cuomo briefings now when he does it. Maybe it's channel five that's about it and one channel networks don't bother with it anymore. One reason he stopped doing it s a speaking of numbers ratings. Baseball ratings are way down what are you attribute that to you think the kneeling part of that turned off a lot of people know. It's hard to get. Excited about the season because you know for some teams, their star players are out with copay. They don't have a full team Games canceled at the last minute. Yeah, and it's not like it's a real game. You can sort of tell you when you watch those exhibition games, it's not a real game. It's all the same players, but it doesn't look the same. I I gotTa tell you I mean I'm disappointed because the Yankees have a tremendous team this year they've been winning and I'm not the season will be finished but it's too bad because the Yankees would have had a tremendous year. Yeah. Some people think the low ratings to kneeling. You're right. It's I don't even watch the Games because you know why get involved in the season it's going to stop him like a week and a half percent right? Something's GonNa go wrong and they'll they'll just stop it. So He. Chuck Todd. You know this is the worst most biased Sunday morning show meet the press. It's just awful. There's also a daily version of meet the press at five o'clock. It's every day at five on MSNBC but the ratings have been plunging nobody nobody trusts even Democrats don't trust this guy anymore it's just not working. So they were going to pull the show off the air, but chuck todd went nuts made a stink with NBC. It's bad for the meet the press brand. So they're still taking them off at five o'clock they're expanding Nicole. Wallace. She's a trumpet to, but she's cuter than Chuck Todd Chuck Todd is hard to watch. So but they've they've given them a one o'clock he'll be on it one o'clock everyday but it's quite a demotion for Chuck Todd I. Think they're gonNA fire the Guy I think they just need to wait till after the election won't look good before the election but I think after action you gotTa dump this guy. He's just ineffective. He was. Just a bad replacement for Tim Russert. I. GotTa. Tell you. Yeah he was. David. Gregory was the week replacement of those guys not good and then they went with Chuck Todd who makes David Gregory looks like Walter Cronkite in. The promise five o'clock Lou Dobbs is now on at five o'clock. That's the best show you gotTa Watch Lou Dobbs every five o'clock. Also you got the five, which is a very popular to blockbuster shows. That's why no matter what you put on. MSNBC five o'clock you're GONNA get killed nothing is nothing is going to work there. So fourteen people shot yesterday fourteen people in one day got three hundred shot last month. These are all new records you got crime totally out of control. You gotta mayor who's totally incompetent completely nuts just a total scrawl mayor but you got a governor who's a scheming conniving smart guy why isn't he calculated what were? What is he thinking that he that he will never be held responsible for New York, I, know he likes to see it crumbled because it makes the BLASIO look bad. But how could you not think that he's going to be held accountable for this in the end it's half the residents of his. State. You notice when there's any talk about the school reopening reopening he jumps right in. Well, that's not you. That's me. It's up to me with a New York. City schools reopened anything about New, York City. Restaurants if two people too many are at a bar, he's right in there fixing this but crime out of control he's all I have nothing to do with New York New York's not me. I. That's different I. Don't Run New York City Huckabee's regulating every a bar and every school, but he will get involved in the crime. Can you explain that Joe Bartlett? No I mean he really should because it clearly, the mayor doesn't have a grip on this city. The only thing I can think of is he just he likes the blouse you're looking weak. I understand that that's probably the reason. But in the end, this goes on his scorecard like most deaths of any state worst numbers of any state in for Corona virus, and it's going to be the worst crime numbers of anybody this all CUOMO's New York. He's got to do something. You can't claim. I have nothing to do city soon as his three people at a bar suddenly he's in charge of New York City so. Technically. He doesn't control the police department. He controls the state police and they really don't have a presence in the city. It's The New York. City. Police Department under the control of de Blasio that's in charge of crime. Well yeah, of course, but he still should be at City Hall everyday screaming at the Blasios Humor Cuomo. Gillibrand Nadler representative they should be at City Hall Tomorrow Screaming to Blasios we've gotta fix this. You can't let this crime get out of control. This has to be straightened out. Let's sit down with the and figure this out. That's what they gotta do. And when you're in trouble and you really need them, Schumer Gelo brains Nadler are nowhere to be found. Cuomo could be here getting something done but it's your problem. He's not going to help you on this one Hey, check out the web pages some great stuff up there. Tony Bennett Ninety, four, th birthday yesterday still looks great. Still were he's he's getting ready to go back in concert when as soon as it's OK, he rehearsed a i. think it was Monday take a look at the video. You want to see him in his apartment rehearsing at ninety four for his next show also. have been a lot of great donald trump speeches. This is one of the most powerful three or four minutes, but it's the greatest motivational speech. If you want to work harder succeed WanNA fix your business what this watch this it's the best motivational three minutes. You'll ever see it's all up on the web page seven, ten W.. O. R.. Dot Com slash mark seven, ten, W. O., R. DOT COM slash mark. Mr New. York. Mark Simone. We'll take some calls eight, hundred, three to one, zero, seven ten is the number. What Week is this of a Lockdown twenty two. Dot. Counting is just. Don't worry about it. Week Twenty, two, we're GONNA we're hitting close to half a year. Now of this stuff remember when it started is a little lockdown the style Joe you remember when it started the first week of kept hearing this is canceled that's canceled and everything was it's been rescheduled to September. Everything was rescheduled to September Broadway's rescheduled to September this event rescheduled to September and every venue New York thing boy, we're GONNA have a great September well. In September is canceled You just announced the radio city. Christmas. Shows already been canceled. Yeah. That I I think what they're betting is that they'll have to be A. Thirty percent or fifty percent capacity and thing about radio. City Union big union costs. You can't. You can't make it at thirty percent capacity there. So that's already canceled. things have changed for you remember the first two months different. It was every night at seven o'clock you hear these banging pots and pans clapping seven o'clock. Balcony out their window cheering for the healthcare workers that just ended after a while. Number Governor Cuomo back then I need forty thousand ventilators. That's all. You are you gonNa tell me who have later remember that. A good old days early lockdown Anyway let's go to Jerry and Philadelphia. Gerry how're you doing? Great. Thanks for taking Mike thanks for taking my call you. Hello. Joe Biden you stop there keep going. Somebody's trying to call me I'll be dismissed him. More, thanks for taking up. Thanks for the great job you do and you are the voice of common the eye of the storm work. Well, thanks. Thanks for. Let's go to Teddy's calling from Texas Hey, Teddy what the hell's going on down there in Texas. Daddy, are you there always going? We lost him let's go to Bernie and Staten Island. Hey Good morning mark. Martin two questions two items that came up over the weekend that I didn't see in the newspapers. One. That the Supreme Court indicated by your vote of five to four that the president has the right has the right to take. Money from the military. To. The Wall. Yeah didn't see anything in the papers to. A Oh declared Saint Damien as being a white supremacist retirement AFC. Yes aol see I'm sorry. Why Everybody's a white supremacist. From Hawaii are Saint Damien. War that you're getting a little land starting to put everybody to sleep here this is. Too much there. Well. Let's start with the first one Bernie. Thanks for calling Joe Barbecue. Remember what the first one was when he actually on the Saint Damien thing I, mean she call him a racist and Saint Damian actually went to Hawaii and lived in a leper colony mean I don't know why they she label them racist. She probably didn't understand who was all about. That's why he became racist everybody if you'RE ABC everybody is a Racist Hey I'll put this up on the webpage. Tomorrow you gotta see this new Oprah Show Oprah's coming back. It's a whole show, but everybody's a racist. It's the most racist show you've ever seen. It's stereotyping of an entire. It's every white person under getting yelled it's this. I'll put up the clip Greg Kelly show last night at seven. But where do you see these clips? Everybody is a racist Joe Bartlett Racist me bassist. Everybody's. Racist. I don't know if this is oprah was she always had crazy or she just trying too hard on this sometimes you. Even, no matter how big you are been relevant for ten years. You try to make the make the comeback you your overcompensate nut so We'll put it up tomorrow. Let's go to dave in Chicago Hey Dave. Yes, good morning mark. Good to speak with you. I. Was watching Sean Hannity show last night and Laura Ingraham interviewed him at the beginning of her show. His new book shot up to number one on Amazon I think it's the first day of release people get early. If they they preorder I already have minds probably waiting for me and he said, he said it is very, very tough to write a book because it's very hard. And he said, you know because of his radio show and his TV show I. Don't know how we find the time. But in comparison you get a hack like a Mary trump who had two minutes of fame and now she's forgotten and then you get a broadcasting icon such as Sean Hannity and instantly boom it goes to number one because he has credibility is genuine and he's been around. Oh I just said longevity but he's beep insincere. Well, it's a great book Sean was on the show with Fred. It's an excellent book it's called live free or it's number one already you just came out today and this number one. Sean. Hannity's new book. Make sure you get it but the difference is you know if you put him if he wants to do an appearance to plug the book, you have modest guest and obviously is one of the number one him and rushed to biggest talk show hosts in the world. Obviously is a great talker. Give you a great interview problem with that Mary Trump Book and all of the Democratic. MSNBC everybody was ready to book on a billion shows meet the press every Sunday. Then she does that Rachel maddow show every question they asked you. Know. You. Know if that's total different can't talk that would even the best juiciest thing that she made up for the book total fake made up stories I. Don't I am pretty sure she's never actually even met Donald Trump but there was this once or you heard the N. word numerous times. Yes. You heard this with your own. Yes I am I kidding. That was the interview? No, it was pretty bad. You've heard him say this. Yes. Plus you. In the chair like she didn't WanNa be there. Yeah. She looks like a real slumpy. Boring Dreary drab prison, and that was where the answers did. You ever see him do this? So it's an hour of that I guarantee every Sunday show interview was canceled immediately could nobody could watch this so She came and went in two days gone hey. Coming up next the number one best-selling nonfiction author in our lifetime Bill O'Reilly. Will be with us we'll talk to him next on seven ten W. Let's get the latest news. Here's Joe Bar listen to what you missed whenever you want. It's Mark Simone on demand can't podcasts at seven ten W. O. R. Dot com slash mark. Mark Simone on seven, ten, W O R. Well Bill O'Reilly Number One radio TV host number one bestselling nonfiction author in the world and Bill. o'riley dot com now, become one of the most viewed websites on Earth Golo rally dot com has the TV show that college this latest book Make sure you go make sure you sign up Bill O'Reilly Dot Com Bill O'Reilly how you doing. Good, Mark. Thanks me back. Hey. This is a great column here I love this by George let's cancel everything George Meaning Soros and I saw some show the other where you're talking about where this all began it was was it like two thousand and three or four the source types funded all of this crap. This media matters these crazy organizations and It's very interesting story on a lot of different levels and you know Soros is in New York or. I. Don't know if he's here. Now he's a billionaire he made his money. And betting on currencies He made a lot of money when the very pound collapsed in the eighties. He was charged with a and France. He's banned actually banned from going to his home country in Hungary he's a shadow we got. so he comes to America. and. He brings with him billions of dollars that he made overseas. It's parked in Switzerland and other places and he sets up a number of foundations. Charitable Foundations nobody knows the exact number at this point, but there are a lot of them. And through those foundations, he was the into far left nonprofits like the Media Matters Global Foundation Y-, offer mentioned Not, media matters the black lives matter global foundation media matters, and move on color change all of the radical left outfits that want to. Overthrow the current system we have in America Soros is the Sugar Daddy. For them. The caravans coming up from Guatemala and Honduras El Salvador they were funded. By operations that got money from Sorus. And so we're forever, there is disrupting political disrupt. See. His fingerprints, the two people in Saint Louis charged with having gone as the black lives matter demonstrators marched past their house. Remember that right? Yeah Yeah. They were prosecuted by a state attorney in Missouri that was funded by Soros. So he is the puppet master and now Guy Chicago John Tasks it's Gago. Trivia, and he's columnist expose what I just told you. He wrote just what I told you. And they demoted. The editor of the. Chicago Tribune. A Guy named Colin McMahon. Embarrassed and demoted casts. For Nothing He just criticized Soros and exposed them and they cast was anti Semitic. Well if you read the column is on a mention of source religion, he's not a religious man anyway. and. There's no mention of Judaism at all. So why would he be Anti Semitic? So, this is how bad our culture is now. So as soon as you mentioned George Soros or speak about him negatively the far left lane crank up. and. Try to get you fired and there were. Partially successful in Chicago John Cats. One of the most dangerous thing sources you mentioned the Saint Louis Prosecutor but he spent almost two billion dollars funding the campaigns of the most radical mayors. The most radical attorney general's must've radical prosecutors many of them are in office now. So how how could you ever do this? How do you? How do you stop all this? Well I think Americans new, Yorkers leading the way because New York City is the poster child. Horrible governs it agree with that, right? Now Yeah our. Know. Our city. is as badly run. I don't know if I've ever seen it worse in my lifetime I mean Dinkins was pretty shaky. a beam wasn't the best but I think it's worse now ever has been. Because there's no counterbalance to the left in New York City and you see with your own eyes the unbelievable deterioration. From, when Bloomberg as Mayor de Blasio I mean it's incredible. You don't even have to go back to Guiliani go with Bloomberg. And and Americans are going to have to say look I may not like the Republican Party or Donald Trump or all of that or not conservative. Okay. But it's this what you want. And I'm talking to every ethnishity every group. I is really is this what you want. You want narcotics being injected in front of your child in a park. You want subway stations being used as latrines. You want Saint Patrick's cathedral, the face with the F. Word and the district attorney in Manhattan Cy Vance will not prosecute that. Is that what you really want. Because you have it. It's there. And if you the American citizen that New York continue to vote for these people. It's GONNA get. Terribly worse. Also by spirits. Yeah. But can we also Blam Chuck Schumer Kirsten Gillibrand Andrew Cuomo for not being at City Hall every day screaming to Blasios this has got to be stopped more fixes who. We can blame them. What are these people do Cuomo? CUOMO. not being at City Hall Hobo started all this. By signing the Nobel law. That is that is one of the biggest law enforcement disasters in the history of America. Where you these guys know That they can go out and shoplift break into a car even mugged you. And maybe they'll be tied up for three hours and they'll be right back out on the street. and. The chances are side bands and the other DA's won't even prosecute them. I mean really is this. What you want is that the kind of society you WANNA live in. And the answer is no as millions literally millions of New Yorkers are leaving. And that's GonNa make things worse because they're taking their tax money with them. You. Know I I. Mean I'm sitting here on Long Island in a comfortable circumstance that I've earned. That I've learned. Watching. The most powerful city in the world laughs. And and the people I I don't see any black lives matter demonstrations. Against Murder do you. Have you seen one black lives matter demonstration against murder. I haven't seen any anywhere. And if that doesn't. That doesn't Lsu which really going on. then. Nothing will. Well I hate to save time but you gotTa Watch Bill o'riley tonight, the television show. You can get everything that Bill O'Reilly Dot Com what you have on TV tonight. Hannity. knows. View with Anne. and. I guarantee you have never seen abby like this would make. Note I'm twenty five year. Tonight Yeah. So if you want. 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Maps, Oil, Growth and Warrior | 055

SHADES OF INTIMACY

46:40 min | 2 years ago

Maps, Oil, Growth and Warrior | 055

"Hello? How're you doing. I'm good. How are you? I know it throw off by asking how she was doing the first time we've seen each other today. And we sit down for a podcast, so welcome to the shades of intimacy, podcasts. I'm your host Jason, and this is my wife Tenny Jenny. So it's good to have you here in our living room as usual. We have our pets with us. Of course, the days of putting the pets outside. Just doesn't work because somewhere in the middle of the podcast though ruin it by barking or scratching at the door whining or they're probably going to ruin it by barking anyway, that's the maroon it right in here. What have we been spending time this week and this week and we can doing finishing up because we talked about it last week. We have been finishing our seventy intimacy map challenge. Yes, it's it's a little hard. It's a lot of words, seven day intimacy, map challenge. Why do we have a map in there? We've talked a little bit about that which just guide you. It's kind of a frame sculpture. It's a structure and it's really about the basics. Isn't it? Yep. And it's the process that we went through. So tell them a little bit about it. Well, free offer through our websites ago out to shades of intimacy dot com. And you'll find. A link to get to the seven day intimacy, map challenge. And also I don't know if it'll be up, but soon there will be video with a personal message by you. Right? Yep. So, but anyway, it's some free content and it's a seven day deep dive into just getting clear getting clear on what you want and your relationship leading clear on how you feel about things and you really ship and getting clear about where you wanna go not only in your relationship and everywhere in your life. But you I, I personally when my relationship when my intimacy is not. On point when it's not hitting on all cylinders, it really does impact every area of my life. A love, a love. The language on point on point. On what she's telling you that is, if your body's not working, it's probably affecting your business. If your sex life not working is probably affecting your connection with God. Is this all interconnected at all? If you gotta take care of everything. It's like having a stool table with one leg. Eventually, something will tip sideways in the whole table. Go Asir. He cattle. The table. We'll go Astle routine kettle. Now we've experienced that shit heavily. Yeah, we have absolute and it's hard. I mean, even think of it this way. Have you ever gotten the flu really bad? And suddenly like everything sucks. Yeah, right. Everything sucks. Your emotional wreck, your hating God. You hating everyone in your family and you can't go to work. Yeah, there's nothing like the flu to really mess you up in that regard or having things go sideways in your relationships, your intimacy, it's kind of the same. Same thing really does leak into every area of your life. So this map you find it on the website. We encourage you to go put in your Email. We'll send you a series of seven emails over the week and you will assignments every day. I think that's the best part, get assignments, supple, basic assignments, but it will set you up for success. And the best part is we've done these assignments. This is how we got where we are now. Okay. So also something I'm supposed to mention because I keep forgetting to mention everyone. Also on those websites on the website shades Missy dot com. You might be listening items, but if you go to the website, we have show notes. And so there's detailed show notes that are typed up from every podcast, including this one, so you can go and read it as well. If that's something you prefer. Some people prefer to read as opposed to listen. Yeah, someday will have video too. Don't you think maybe maybe I know that she likes one of the things she likes about in the podcast is that she doesn't have to get dolled up. That's right. I can do it in my pajamas. Yeah, and it is kind of nice. She was like, oh, just go talk. And so it's much more comfortable. I think if we had to get all up every time it'd be there'd be more more production more of a production. So this would be more intimate with you and talk more vulnerable in and not have to rush my teeth gross. Okay. So now talk about second topic. Interestingly enough years ago, when we first got into intimacy. Training. Let's say it that way. First time we ever got intimate? No, we were with some coaches that were helping us not the first time we intimate, no, no, no, no, no, no. And for some reason, the topic came up that if you're going to use any kind of lubricant, there's only one lubricant to us and that was coconut oil. Yeah. You remember that? Absolutely. And so it was it was for health reasons and energetic reasons. And so many reasons. I mean, it's a, it's a tantric reason as Taoist reasons. There's all this. Like lineage in history to it. I was like, I was like, oh, I've never heard of that stuff before. I mean, coconut oil. I didn't know there was coconut oil. So thing. So I'm gonna tell funny story. So we've been using coconut oil well for ten years, right? Oh, yeah. Okay. For sex. And cooking and cooking went on, tell us. So we have this jar of the natural organic Pocono oil, and we had our friends over to the house and they were. It was Melanie who you've heard on this podcast, and she brought some supplies because they were helping with one of our events and the morning. She says, she's going to fix spread fest, which is very, very nice, very classy. We really appreciate it. And out of her, you know her trunk of of material. She pulled out this huge jar of coconut oil and took it over towards the stove. And the I thought that went through my mind was what is she doing with the sex Hoyle. Why is that in the kitchen or in the kitchen? So put the sedan. She started to put the sex oil into the pan and cook eggs with it. So I learned something new that you can cook with the stuff. I'm pretty sure that's. Yeah. Probably I did not know that did not had had a very specific meaning to me. Okay. So one of the things that's interesting about coconut oils that solidifies. So we're recommending this by the way we're recommending that use coconut oil as a personal lubricant insects, but we have found and discovered something new in the coconut oil genre that we want to share with you. And one of the Jenny tell you a little bit about. So this is product out there and it's called Wu. Spell w. o. w. o. n. it's a lubricant, and the thing I love about is that it is number one coconut oil? Yes, it which is awesome. Number two, the only other things that it has in it are vanilla essence beeswax and stevia. So like lube is kind of a big thing out there. It's like, I don't know, it's there's all sorts of different kinds of loop. There's all sorts of flavored lube. There's all sorts of loop. And personally, I really struggle with all the lube that's out there on the market. Why? Because I can't even pronounce what's in it seriously. And then you consider taking that putting it. On all your tender bits and then having someone rub it in even more. And that's just not very appealing. So it's really awesome. So we found this company out there called woo woo lubricant, and it's it's orgasmic. It's non GMO. It's not gonna irritate you. It's just it's really out there. If you're looking for loop. I know there's kind of this debate that goes on as to whether or not people should even use lube, and I've heard both sides of this debate and look sometimes number one, sometimes you need lube because like you don't have all day to work it all up in to allow their number two. There are people that cannot get wet. I mean, hormones, menopause, stress and Hugh still want to be able to connect with your partner intimately. So in I've always been a fan of lube. Do we always use it? No, but. If you're gonna use it, my biggest recommendation is use something that you can pronounce, so we'll is an awesome option thing I like about woo very practical is that coconut oil solidifies? So it's really like a big chunk of clay and you have to carve out with a spoon from the jar. And so the will oil with its is just it's in a softer texture, and it comes out of a very discreet nice little package, and it's already in a more my cycle. Cream is what it looks like. And then it melts down into ethnic so you don't have to go through the. There is a, there's a moment of rubbing on your hands trying to dissolve it, the coconut on your hands. If you're in a hurry this a little bit of a pain in the ass. Right. Yeah. So, yeah, I mean, it's just nice ladies. Your pussy is a mucous membrane, so you absorb things through that skin very, very easily. It's very delicate. You really shouldn't. And this is for men to it should be moist down there before you are playing because you're going to irritate it. You can tear it. You can damage it. So it's really important to have it nice and moist. Some people hate that word moist. Moist. In Utah. There is now just going off topic here, but there's a saying, basically it's just weird but in Utah. When it's dry here, we're in a desert. And so once in a while we need moisture. And so everybody praised for moisture. And every time I say that you just laugh at me. He just pray for moisture to. Awesome. So anyway, if you're looking for a good loom, woo more play dot com. Go check about. It's it's definitely worth your time because and again, I get it. Some people are totally anti lube. That's fine. But this is good and awesome because it's just very pure organic. You can put it right up in there and not have to worry about. You can't even pronounce what you just put in your body to pronounce woo woo. That's right. Okay. So our topic of conversation today is growth. Been on. We've been talking about this a lot because it's obviously something that we're going through constantly constantly as podcasters as parents and as intimate partners not to mention business business partners. And so the growth dynamic between us, we've discovered something that we've had to navigate pretty. Pretty seriously. The idea that one of us is growing, maybe the other isn't become an issue, and sometimes we take turns in that, right, and then how to both grow at the same time. So it's been, it's been a real place of challenge for us and we think we can offer some insights to you if you're feeling. Out there. You might be listening to the podcast and saying, hey, I want to do that. I want. I wanna grow in that way. I want to have more in my intimacy or more my body being balance and business. And so you might be leaning into growth leaning forward as we say, and it's very interesting tap to deal that. Do that with a partner, right? Yep. It can make it a little a little complicated sometimes. And actually I think we hear it a lot from people to that, come to our workshops where one person wants to come. One person doesn't or and that's the co, Ed or one person wants the man. A man wants to come in work with you. The women's, not so interested or a woman wants to come work with me. Her partner's not so interested in. So it's an interesting and it's a tricky dynamic and people run into it a lot. And I've heard it a lot in our work, for example, with women where they're worried, they're worried that they're gonna come. They're going to do all this work, and then they're going to go home and all of a sudden they're not gonna speak the same language as their partner. They're not going to be able to connect. They're not going to be able to share this experience with them that they had because their partner is going to look at him like you're nuts. Actually have a great example. So as we were building our business up, I heard about warrior wake up on your organization, and I got into it and it's a, it's a highly intense process of growth and at first. So this was last year year and a half ago. Jenny, there wasn't any any opportunity for women in warrior at the beginning. Right. And so I was jumping into warrior. And you had some you had some reactions to didn't you. I did. Yeah. For me at that time where I was at was basically the the narrative in my head was okay. This is just another distraction. And that's kind of that was the first wall I ran into with you being in warrior was great. Just another distraction and other rabbit hole. Something else to keep us from doing what we need to be doing in our business. And so I was really, I was a skeptic, I was a big skeptic, and you know, just kind of sat back and watched and watched and watched and watched going to give you credit required skeptic right work with some people whose partners on either side men with women in Maurier or women with men were who skepticism is not so quiet. Sure. So I want I want to say thank you for that. Yeah, but she was giving me the fish. I most of the time, the fish. No, I was. I mean, it was just. You know, and we, we've both been there where we've both engaged in things and not actually seen results from them not actually had any sort of long term results and just kind of gotten off track. I, you know, it's like mental masturbation just kind of gone off the rails and then come back months later when lake. Well, shit. I have nothing to show for this and you know, and not that that was something that you did frequently or anything like that, but it was just a there was a it was at a point in our life where I really wanted to get. On fire on fire in our business on fire in what we were trying to do as far as coaching and intimacy in the workshops. And I was just like, well, shit here. He goes off off just wandering off into this whole warrior thing. And to me, I felt like it was going to be a distraction. I could feel that in you and. For some men. I when they join warrior or they join any kind of growth. So this isn't all about. Were any kind of growth that you you might do including coming in working with us? Yeah, absolutely. Men might be coming in at a deficit. We see that sometimes like I'm going to improve myself, but I've behaved so badly for so long. Well, that's the other thing. And we've seen this in our work to where it's, you know, someone, you know, we'll just, we'll use a man, for example, in a man steps in and his is saying, okay, I'm going to work on myself. Well, for the partners perspective who perhaps he has cheated on or perhaps he has lied about their money or perhaps, and I'm just using a Madison example here, you know. You know, there's some. There's some major shit that's gone down in their relationship and from her perspective, and I've heard women talk about this. It's like, we'll fuck you. You all this in, you're gonna go off and focus on yourself. Like to her. That's what it feels like he's been doing right if he's cheated. If it's my selfishness is going to benefit you. And that sounds hollow, but right. But that sounds like a bunch of bullshit. That's what I'm saying. It sounds like bullshit. It's actually not if done correctly. If if done correctly, if someone is actually committed to results, but what I'm trying to explain is the resistance that can come up and I think that's super. I mean, that's something that we see very often. It's like, okay, great. You've just done all this selfish shit in our relationship. And now this feels like more selfish shit. And you know that then becomes incumbent upon the partner who is. Epping into a growth pattern to actually commit themselves to showing their partner, the results of it well, and I had done selfish shit by just being sedated. Right. I was just like zoned out and maybe and when I get into things as Jenny can tell you, I, I kind of go whole hog. Right, right. So I just dive into new stuff and I'm always into the new thing. And so there's a degree that I was selfish and in my sedation and not really rising thinking, maybe it was your fault because I, I wasn't on top or because. Or someone else's fault or something. There was a there was a complacency that had settled into me. Right? Yeah, right complacency settled into me. So it was a selfishness, and I jumped into something that costs money in time. You know, an effort could exactly look like a distraction. So I, I don't. I'm not surprised that you were skeptical. Yeah. I mean, it. Oh, I think I think ours was relatively mild. I sat back and was just more so. I know. Well, okay. I'm being nice. You're an asshole. Risque. No, but I do think ours was relatively mild. I think there are people that that are struggling probably much more than we did and it's because perhaps they're starting for much more of a deficit where the relationship, you know, our relationship was strong at the time that you joint warrior. It wasn't like our relationship was hurting or in a weakened state. So our relationship was strong. So I was irritated that you join where you're, I was skeptical, whereas perhaps there's couples out there that their relationship is really on life support. And then one couple is kind of pulling them so themselves out to focus on what seems like themselves at first, even though really there, you know, if they can step up, they can have results that could impact relationship. So I'm ten years ago when we were having this, the first serious problems that's shit was flying all over the place. We've established a pattern of growth with each other well, and the thing that happened. Ten years ago though, is that? Yes, our relationship was on life support and we both jumped into a growth pattern. We both jumped into it. Wasn't you said Jenny? I am going to go, and I'm going to learn all this stuff and you stay home or or vice versa? It was. We both got a jump in. We've both got a work our asses off for this. And so I think that's an important thing to say to people out there. It's like, don't don't put it on the shoulders of one fucking partner. Commit. So we'll talk about that though. I mean, what were your honest feelings? I'm joining warrior, and you said to me, I feel left behind. Oh, absolutely. No, I did feel behind and I got. I was frustrated because. I didn't feel like I had anything that was a quivalent in any way, and I didn't feel like I was being particularly pushed in my life. And at that time I was kind of searching for something for something to kind of push me to the next level for something to pop me out. And you had found something and then you were running off a million miles an hour and granted you were great about, tell me what was going on and sharing with me and all the rest of it, but it just wasn't the same. And so here you are on this exceleron I remember talking to you about this, and I think we've mentioned this on a previous podcast where I was like, this is pissing me off because I, I wanna grow too. I want someone to push me to and they're just at that point I couldn't. I wasn't finding the opportunity for that to happen. What was interesting about this is. Is still hit a sideways, but a number of years ago, you got an opportunity to join an advanced group of of women in a training program and for a year you flew to California once a month, and I fucking hurt, right. Like I got left behind. I was sitting at home and got left behind and you knew that we both felt it. I mean, you didn't. You knew it to your like saying, I'm going to do this, but I get it that you feel they'll back just wasn't opportunity at that time for me and. So from your perspective, you're compassionate with me, but there wasn't anything you could do, what do I do stay home, and that was the same thing for me. Almost just stay home and not grow. Absolutely. You know, we've seen that to where you know. Worst case scenario, one partner kind of shames and and pummels the other partner into being like, fine. I'm gonna stop doing it. That's shitty if the person's really doing it for all the right reasons and is is showing results. So you know, that's a shame lip that is, we've seen, and that's really, really rough. And there's a piece here that as you kind of go back and forth, like you gotta take an own your own growth, you got to go after it, otherwise you can kind of become a martyr. You're just the one staying home while she goes off to work. Right, absolutely. Or vice versa. Right. And so you were really supportive, but you really said, I mean, what did you do? You kinda laid out an intention to the universe? You're pretty vocal about it. Yeah. And you said, okay, I'm supporting you, but I'm I wanna fuck and grow too. I mean, I think I think it was basically last summer and I was like. This is great you. You have your summer and guess what next summer. It's meantime. You know next summer I'm gonna. I'm gonna find something. I'm going to search for something over the fall in the winter. I'm gonna find something and I'm going to jump into it and you were totally supportive of that, you know. So it's it is that tricky place and there's so much that comes up. I think for people when one partner jumps into a growth pattern and the other one is kind of left in a void. And you know, again, like we said, worst case scenario the the relationships already a bit on the rocks and there's a lot of insecurity and a lot of stories that come up in the void best case scenario is the partner probably does feel left behind and still some insecurity comes up because you're like, I'm not gonna speak the same language as person. I can see this person becoming more solid and I don't feel like I am. Maybe they're starting to kinda call me out on some of my shit. Don't appreciate that. So it gets tricky. So she's a warrior example. This is this is a fun example. Warrior does have its own language. It ends up having zone which just like just like tantric sex, has it intimacy. We have lots of different languages, and you guys get to hear all of those, but where he has a specific language and for a while, I, I teach her everything you know about the core for about the stack about the code about the generals tent, the key cornerstones. And so I'm having a delightful moment now which is because you've decided to jump in. This is her growth, and that's not the only thing you did. You did a lot of growth. I did a post on Facebook for everyone to see about all that you've done lately and it's a Mets, and it's amazing that you're still in one piece. I mean, you've really expanded at a very fast rate and I'm really, really wanna praise you for that. I think you and so, but now one of the fun things is we actually speak the same language. So listen to this story. I mean, this is just not. We got home from dinner. Late is like ten thirty at night. And, oh. A big black cat just jumped up on all of our recording equipment and we're all just holding very still. See there's a reason to keep the door closed. Yeah, he's like a five hundred pound cat. He's very, very big. Okay. So we come home. And if in the old days had I said to her like old days last year, I said, well, you forgot to do your stack today, right? What would you have said to me. I just would have started. You blankly and been like, yeah. We walk in the door and I'm like, okay, let's go upstairs and you're like, no, after my stack I, yeah, she flips open her laptop and sits at the kitchen counter. I'm like, wow, this is changed. Yeah, like she like in the morning, like, let's do our core for. So it's really eight is fun when we both start to speak the same language for for those of you out there for men out there who have wives and you want to invite him into warrior. I mean, I suggest that you do nicely, invite them and women's same same reverse side or whatever you learn because it is fun to speak the same language and there's kind of a momentum synergy that we have lately that I'm really enjoying well and kind of touch on something important to. Each person in a relationship really does have to take the time to grow and grow, not not necessarily for the sake of their relationship grow for the sake of themselves, and it's really important. It solidifies something kinda straightens our spine again. And it's it's important. And I think sometimes we lose sight of that and we lose sight of. You know how important it is to kind of independently go on some adventures together. Go independently, go on adventures together. Individual quests. All right. Go slow to the drug. Go. Thank you. And, and that's important. I see that a lot in in, you know, the women in warrior. I see that in a lot in the women that come to our workshops is there is something that is grounding and empowering about, like you said, slaying the dragon for yourself, and it doesn't mean you're not involved in the same organization or you're not kind of speaking the same language but independently having something that's just for you that ultimately produces results in all areas of your life. That is a good point to bring up. You're doing your warrior stuff like I'm not involved. No. Like you got your your lessons, your plan, your acceleration, you're doing your thing. Like when you mentioned it once you speak about the core for the stack. So it's like a common language, but you're on your own. I'm not. I'm not your teacher guru. In fact, I'm fairly fairly strongly removed from the whole thing. Yeah, she's good though. Right? Want me meddling with it and going, oh, I don't think you did this, right? Yeah. And I again, I think the important pieces. If your partner goes on any sort of growth curve, whatever it may be. I think it's important number one to suspend disbelief for just a minute, let them kind of find their way and more than anything. Just look at the results. Just look at the results. That's it. And if the results you're seeing or shit, then yeah, you've got something to bitch about. If you're starting to see results that you're like, wow, I can see my partner kind of stepping up, you know. That's great. Here's the thing though. Can I notice this? I'm going to use use an example. Jason is. So when you joined warrior. It was a lot to take in and just like anybody who's on a growth curve, you entered turbulence, so like you, you were in a blender, and. You know, it's that I've seen this diagram before that whenever you create whenever you change something like the actual, I don't know. I think you actually have more errors and more issues like there's a dip. And then all of a sudden there's like it shoots up and things are better. So you lose officiency, but then all of a sudden, boom, you gain efficiency and to me, that's turbulence. And that's what happened is your brain entered a blender. And to some degree, I was just like, what the fuck is wrong with you? Like it was like annoying, and it's almost like you become worse and then boom. Things start to skyrocket and exceleron, but I'm having the exact same experience with you. Yeah. Like I mean, things you when you started doing some training this weekend this summer when you went to Colorado things out worse when you went and did warrior things out worse. Right in the sense, when I say worse, I'm I mean in the sense that you were more erotic Elia like you were motion like unstable stable. Is that the way I was Dan, you were totally unstable stay. Hopefully unstable. It really was. And you know, for a feminine being for my masculine, all of a sudden just become this unstable thing in my life. I was like, stop it, whatever you're doing stop and I understood and I understood you. Luckily I understood how it worked because we've we've been through this before. This wasn't the first time we've been through it and. I just knew to just, you know, I can have my own stories and feelings about it. That's fine. I didn't have to say a word to you about it. All I knew was just Jenny step back. Give him some space. He's gonna figure it out and just watch. Just watch that was the message. I got loud and clear, and I mean there were moments. I absolutely wasn't graceful, but. But overall, that was the message that I got is just you ever have a moment of panic when he thought this is going off the rails. Oh, yeah. Well, you have an interesting way of learning, and so. I'm getting ready to get bitch slap with that. Interestingly learning, what's going to happen here a little unsettling to some people because so no, but I think it speaks to what we do in our coaching. So we do we, we do embodiment, so you come to our workshops. It's not a bunch of lecturing and note taking, we get you up. We get you moving, we get, you embody. Thank you actually move your body in the way that you would. If you were to be the person you want to be and that's what you do when you're learning something, you actually embody it. And so you're all of a sudden a hell of a lot more fire and heat and yelling and loudness was coming out because warrior is it is a very energetic process. It's immersive, and it's intense. It's immersive, it's intense. It involves every single layer of you. And you know, Garrett is a very. Intense person, and so that intensity was coming through you. I mean, you're already an intense guy. It's not like you're like some wilting flower, and all of a sudden you perked up. No, like you're insanely intents and then even more intensity was coming through and I was like blue. Back it up a remember. I remember showing you a couple of videos of gear j white founder of poor, your check this guy on and you're like, oh, fuck. No, no, no. He's way too much like you. Watched him and I'm like Kat. It's Jason. And now I'm going to have that in my house twenty four, seven. But you go through a turbulent phase where you get really intense and you do relax and settling, you are you, you enter a blender, and that's the moment that if you're in a partnership while you're partners in that blender, just kind of step back and let them do it. So I go to download. This is coming to me seriously who out there listening right now is like actually feeling the resonant excitement about going into the blender. Yeah, like right now, listen, is there something going on my gosh, I need to do that. Like right now, reach out and direct PM pirate messages. Right now. I just felt I felt that my my body there are people out there right now going, holy shit talking about a blender, and I know I need to do that right. I think there's a big thing to say about you. Giving your partner that space too, because I don't know if you're like me. It's almost like I have to kind of mimic things to learn them, you know? So I've had teachers where it's like, okay, I'll use the same languaging. They do. I'll use the same cadence. They do. There's certain things and you know, I think I've seen in partnerships before where a partner we're actually kind of start to shame the other partner and make fun of what they're doing in kind of. I don't know the best I can describe it is really just kind of shame them. And I think that happens for a number of reasons. I think again, there's some insecurity coming up in the relationship and and things like that. But you know, I would just really encourage everybody out there. I mean, unless look, you all know your partner's better than I know you're partners. If you think your like going off the rail and. Not doing something that's really good for them. Absolutely. You say it, but if you are just watching them, they're stepping up into a growth curve and they have to take a minute and they have to kind of mimic what's going on or they're totally turbulent, or they your life feels like it's a blender for a second. That's okay. Nothing wrong with that. So it's humor and compassion. Totally say that at our workshops, people go through some intense emotional experiences and they can get triggered. A lots of stuff comes up and it's it's a beautiful time for compassion and a sense of humor. Yeah. And the other thing I'll say to is that you know, it's tricky in a partnership to when one person is on a growth curve in the other one is not necessarily on the same curve because inter relationship where like puzzle pieces. So we've created a certain shape that our partner fits into. And then all of a sudden we. Do this growth pattern and we become a slightly different shape and we don't quite fit into the same habitual patterns and all of that that we've had with our partner. So all of a sudden, our partner can't quite feel us the same way that they felt us before. And that's a learning this learning. We've had this experience. Supposed to scribe by. We've lost friends before. Yeah, yeah, because we've leaned into maybe type of growth like this, we're going to grow. And so the normal patterns of sedation that we had before we didn't want to engage anymore. And we had friends who still wanted to of no fault of their own. Right. They just wanted to do that still. And we were like. We wanted to something different, and that's when it gets scary. When you have a partner in the partnership where it's not equally yoked someone starts to grow. And for instance, we've we've told people that you had the insight and you on a ninety day. No alcohol challenge. And I had the in the download just intuition to join you on that. Right, right. And that was just for me, it was just just a my interm interpersonal connection with the divine said. This'll be good for you, and it has been good. We've talked about that in past podcast. It would have been it would have been at least a minor irritant had I not done that and kept drinking now, I didn't quit drinking for you, right at all. It was just womb. It came to me and you didn't. You didn't stop drinking care whether I stopped drinking, right, all, but it would have been itchy if one of us hadn't and one of us head right there would have been some friction. There would have been a gap. There would have been a gap. There would have been a gap between what you were doing. I was doing just like any sort of, you know, and that's what happens. That's what happens when someone steps into a certain pattern, there's the gap and what may comes painful. Is when that gap starts to peel back and become wider and wider and wider and wider and wider. So they're really does come point in relationship where you do have to kind of figure out and navigate what you're gonna do in that gap. And hopefully both partners are committed to growth in one way or another for themselves. And you know, just not again, not that they have to do the same thing. They can do totally different things in that gap kind of lessons. The disposition of growth, though. Yeah, exactly. It's, it's that bend towards wanting to grow. That is so important. And really, I would say that's one of the most important things is to have that desire to grow. If you're in a partnership where one person has a desire to grow and one person absolutely doesn't. Those are the relationships we've seen that have really, really struggled. But if both partners have a desire. To grow that is golden. And actually most people who come to us and I don't know if this include you. Listen, you're not have gotten some degree of their life in order. So body being bounce business. I've got some of this, the basics done, and now there's like a gap. There's an empty space of what's next. And that calling to what's next this depth, particularly in intimacy, particularly sexually in the intimacy and the connection can strike one or the other or both. For us struck us both. Right? And I still remember our teacher years and years ago is one of the first things he said is like, oh, we're going to find out if you guys even want to be together, right? Have you might wanna grow in the other? Well, and then it's over. I was like, oh, that's kind of harsh. Yeah, that was that was terrifying. But I, you know, it's so true though. I mean, it really is. Luckily most people I met, they wanna grow. They wanna they wanna Volve. They're scared shitless. They might be stuck. They might be sedating. They might be foolish it. They might have lots of stories and excuses about it. But most people, I mean, have a desire to grow. People, you know, and it's. Yeah, if you're in a relationship where one partner truly wants to grow when one partner truly does not. That's a totally different story. That's a really, really tough place to be a good place to test that is the intimacy, mount challenge. Yeah. Verse simple, free. And seven days and invite your partner to go with, you say here this simple, Simon everyday for seven days, see where we're get at at the very least you're gonna gain a huge amount of clarity. Yeah, right. And set and set your everything will come into clarity. I, I suggest we went through it's life changing. Yeah. And I mean, everybody has their moments of resistance. I mean, like you were talking about earlier in the pond gust. I had my moment of resistance. I have my moments of skepticism. I have my moments of fuck you. Why are you focusing on yourself? You know, and that's that's human and then examine that push it to the side and get to the core of what's really important in what if what's important to you is to see your partner grow and for you to grow, then do that. And I want to end on saying something that you had already said before, but find your own authentic growth. Yeah. I remember when you decided to become involved with warrior, I thought, okay, I wanna make it clear to her that I don't expect this. I, I don't want her to do this for me, and I started to bring it up and she just looked at me. Didn't you. What do you think you think I'm going to join warrior for you? But, but you've done a lot of other things that don't include warrior that I that I, that I don't even speak that language. Right. And so deep down in your heart, find the growth for you, and if you both lean into it into whatever it is and you're connected enough than that growth will carry you through to a big part. What we're talking about is being fulfilled. Both partners need to be fulfilled to bring something to the table in their relationship. And whether that's one person is like totally into yoga and like that is a big thing for them. And that's growth curve and one person is in into, I don't know. I'm drawing a blank, but something else. Just running long distance running, you know, is it fulfilling you? Is it feeding your soul? Great. Doesn't have to be the same. You don't have to speak the same language, but you both have to have your soul fed so that you're coming back together and you have something to offer. And there's a very specific way to look at this. If whatever you're doing fills you and feed your soul when you return to your partner, your more available to love. Absolutely. If you're less available to love your probably in sedation or addiction cycle. Okay, everybody that's a wrap. Thank you for joining us and check out the intimacy map challenge on WWW shades of intimacy dot com. We also have shown notes there. They are fun to read. Are the pursue, puts them together for us get some of our quotes and I'm always a little shocked at some of the quotes that you and I say. I have no idea what comes out of my mouth. Okay, everybody good night.

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"Award winning chefs. Fresh. Locally sourced products steaks chops ribs chicken delivered. Right to your door liberty delight farms dot com scheduled your deliberate today fresh meat raise right. Mr New. York. Mark Simone on W. O.. Left get to it's Columbus Day today. We'll take a look at that a little later on copy we celebrate that Christopher Columbus we'll get to president trump will get to the election twenty two days from. Now, we'll get to our crazy governor are totally out of it Wacky mayor and more Joba. What's the deal with the Columbus Day parade it's virtual but what does that is there are they going to be marching in their living room and we watch I don't know if there's going to be marching now is just all prerecorded segments that will be aired on television. I think it's channel seven broadcasting. Okay and the honorees our governor Cuomo and is doing is it Dr? Dr Both of them their CO grand marshals. Dr Vouch Chee is obviously the biggest media whore around total publicity hound will do anything to go on any any show anywhere. That's the thing about him. You see him on You know you'll see on Jimmy Fallon and the next day you'll see on some cable show and Duluth. I'll do anything and if it's broadcast if it's on the Internet, anything, he'll do any podcast tilt do anything. we don't have fun anymore because he was giving terrible advice in January February and into March. Just the world's worst advice about it'll go away. It's nothing just another flu don't worry about it that went on and on. So they using a quote from him. In a campaign commercial for the president because he did say at the time did everything you could do But now he's all upset because this guy and I feel bad for him. He's a real swamp bureaucratic spin there and this should never be allowed. He's been there like forty years. He's not he's not a doctor doctor's ever treated a patient in his life. He's just been bureaucrat all his life and these bureaucrats it just useless us look at Chuck Schumer. Anybody, look at Chuck Schumer and say he's really made a difference in my life is he is really come through for me. You notice when your neighborhood was on and there was looting and rioting you never heard from Chuck Schumer ever this real trouble Chuck Schumer's not around just a worthless worthless guys have faculties a bureaucrat somebody call them. J. Edgar Hoover with a stethoscope, just useless bureaucrat and again if you WANNA say well, he's a sci. He's the you know what he was wrong in January was wrong in February he was wrong and March once it really got out of control here he suddenly changed his tune and took it seriously but and I could put all that up again on the on the web page but it's all on video. It's all recorded voucher giving the wrong advice for the first three months of this sub. worthless guy. And the they'll Y-. Now, if you saying, well, why does he get such good publicity what he's done, and this is what real media voice do real publicity hounds do this they get very close to all the anchors and all the reporters and they get really friendly with them and they call them every couple of days they talked to him off the air for half hour they go to dinner with me how he's been playing that. Game for years, he talks to Chris Cuomo Andrew Cuomo you know he's on the phone with them three or four days a week buttering them up. So that's what he does and that's why Senate. All the networks that's why they actually go on the air and say the nation's leading infectious disease expert he's not even close to the leading infectious disease expert he's the leading infectious disease bureaucrat who runs a bureau he's we got Johns Hopkins. Weill Cornell you go all over the we've got some of the best infectious disease experts in the world way ahead of FAO chief Deborah Burkes is a better infectious disease expert than fantasy and she's actually treated patients. She says, he worked in in the real world was at the Walter Reed for. Years he's much more distinguished career. so fast, he gets all this fake coverage and you see Jonathan Karl boy is this Guy Mr Fake News, what a corrupt Guy Jonathan Karl so he's filling in. Yesterday on Good Morning? America. No What's The Sunday show that George Stephanopoulos Sunday show and. Apparently, he wanted fatty to come on and they wouldn't let fancy on They wouldn't let anybody on they wouldn't let anybody in the task force do that ABC Sunday show why? Because it's the most corrupt? Sunday show. And Jonathan Karl Bad guy, and they saw that he's filling in. So they don't. They don't want to put anybody on with him is want to bother so Carl puts out this statement that clearly Dr Chee was muzzled. He was muscle that's why he wasn't allowed on the the White House immediately release. Here's a list of twenty shows. He's been on the last two days. He was even on CNN new day was on CNN would cuomo. He was on MSNBC with Andrea Mitchell he was on the PBS Newshour he was on CBS It as the hormone which Carl I don't I don't blame them Carlson abusive horrible guy. You see what Eric Trump yesterday yelling eric trump. Always, why were you wearing a mask and the debate I never heard him raise his voice like that in a show well, we we were wearing masks, but we send our seats. We were no nowhere near anybody that we took from. You're wearing a bat he was yelling at them. Check my twitter. I have a picture of Jonathan. Karl. Out in public with no mascot. Look at the picture everybody else in the picture. It's out in public as a mask on he's not wearing his mask. So phony guys then they got this All these What they call Tober surprise you unleash this horrible story about Reagan or about Bush about right before the election in October and They've unleashed like forty seven of them did I. Don't think they realize. If. You do this every two hours after while nobody notices anymore it's the boy who cried wolf times a billion. So they put out this totally fake story on the New York Times about the president has been cashing in making a fortune of his presidency with all these famous business people, world leaders, all these people. Are staying in his hotels in his resorts. Now. Jazz Carl Has Eric Trump on the truth is the trump organization. These hotels and resorts have lost a fortune billions. It's estimated a two or to three billion dollars they've lost because he's president people won't Status Resorts people won't stay hotel since many cases look all the west side goalies. They took the trump name off through them out of their the trump Soho not far from W. O., R. They lost the whole to give up the whole project and attempted mar-a-lago has lost a fortune. Because in those resorts in country clubs and those kind of clubs. Most, of the revenue, the big revenue comes from the ballrooms. That's where they make. You know like a club Amara logotype club can take in maybe two, three, million a year but you'll make twenty to thirty, million a year off the ballroom because to every weekend to weddings, there's a charity Gal that's where you make all your money. So because of the President DONALD TRUMP BECOMING president everybody canceled every charity gala at Mar-a-lago they used to be like seventy five year now there's too. So it's like a twenty, five, million dollar loss in revenue. Lago, which is most of their revenue and the same thing if you. Have you seen the trump hotel in Washington? Yeah Actually been in it. No, I haven't snow I'd I'd just stay this expensive for me. Spectacularly well. It's not it's more expensive than. The other top Washington hotels but the other top Washington hotels are these old hotels were built one hundred years ago they're very beautiful, elegant and stately. But for most people, they see this trump hotel they'd rather stay there. Here's nine restaurants. Here's a pool. Here's a gym. Here's a it's beautiful at spectacular. It's absolutely amazing and one of the reasons he built that there was they they didn't have a really great big hotel like that and they didn't have any great ballroom. So he put all that in and he would have made a fortune. But because of the political stuff, no events in his ballroom ever. So that's a huge loss of revenue and we check these businessmen. Well, how come when they were in Palm Beach they stood at mar-a-lago how come they were in Washington stood at the trump hotel because check the record, the same business guys were staying at the mar-a-lago long before trump ran the recently stay at the trump hotel watching is actually is the best hotel in Washington you can ask any travel agent about that. The truth is he's lost a fortune fortune. because. He's run for president is the projects were cancelled all of that stuff even the trump golf courses golf tournaments were moved somewhere else. So in the end, it's a huge huge loss eric trump trying to explain this to Jonathan. Eight fourteen and my father has lost fourteen running for price and he doesn't care. He doesn't care. He wanted to do what was right the last thing I can tell you donald trump needs in the world is this job he wakes up in the morning and he has to fight you and he has to fight tire media. He has to fight the Democrats and he gets punched in the head every single day. He wakes up, he fights for this country and fight against a lunacy of the radical. Everybody he have had through the years. You've got a boss you don't like or you give you a hard time about somebody having a little problem at work and you. Go home a little stressed out about it. You imagine if. World every institution everything was rigged to wipe you out the entire American news media was trying to wipe you out the debate commission was totally rigged trying to wipe you out Q. Matching if you had to live with this every day all. Is Pretty. Amazing up with, but luckily he Got Many brings a lot of it on himself. Yeah guys like this. Love it. That's what you don't get guys like this. Love trouble. That's when they come to life. I've listened I've known him for years of watched him in meetings with everything's fine. I've seen this in meetings with them through the years in different things we've got goes down. This went very well this looks upset he's like And then when the guy goes now we got one major problem it will you see his head pop up like a like the dog in the firehouse when here's the alarm Bell Hey love trouble love a problem. It's another chance to prove themselves. They love to fight. He's having a good time. Hey, it's not like He's got nothing to go back to he could. He could just not run for re-election but he just loves it. Hey. What is the deal with Andrew Cuomo is the book is coming. Out Tomorrow. Yeah I. Guess. So He's already on tour. Could you explain this to me? New York is now totally bankrupt under his leadership. We've gone from doing fine to totally bankrupt. We have the biggest crime spike we've ever had in history He signed a bill to let all the prisoners out of jail. He signed another bill that if a dangerous criminals arrested and you're the witness. They have to give the criminal, your name and address. He signed his what is this C-A-B-A? What a great job he's doing? Yes. But a great job he's done. This is all wonderful. This is great stuff. He. Signed the thing that. Every Nursing Home Mr Take Corona virus patients in it killed twelve thousand people. He then said he'd never signed. It never happened the government told me that he made up nineteen excuses at true. He demanded the president, build them a hospital and I still don't know how the hell the president did this he built a thousand bed hospital in javits center in five days. How did he do that? Then he sent the comfort ship with another thousand beds cuomo never used them instead filled nursing homes, corona virus fishing. What is this book about what a great job a good job he did Now, of course, the only goes on these fake news swamp shows where they're nice to him You know and I give them credit one day he went on with Sean Hannity. Any said, let me tell me. Go on and debate you on it and let them ask me the tough question and Sean was quite a gentleman. It was very, very respectful and well done, and he gave him plenty of time to answer and it was a really really interesting finding the supposed to be like twenty minutes extended it to like the whole hour was so good. but he asked Cuomo tough questions. And that was three months ago he's never come back. He he didn't like those tough questions. So he got throat. All right. But that was enough eating one anymore tough questions know the vast and back. But governor, Cuomo yesterday talking about Brooklyn those hotspot you look at the statewide numbers. Which is what most states Present. We are doing very well. Now when they say they did a twenty minute segment them. It's really a five minute segment, but the way he talks, it's twenty minutes. Know he? Talks. Like. This so But I'm twenty minutes are up got two questions and. Is he too liberally to stall member Ed Koch used to do that. Kannada he may yeah. Yeah. You'd ask when you said Koch the first question certain rambling for forty five minutes. He had no time left. You couldn't ask a second question. So Anyway the hot spots he doesn't want any of this. Has He has anybody told him that Saturday night live is a live studio audience the last two weeks a live studio audience inside indoors in a TV studio and how did they get away with I? Know they have democratic immunity liberal privileged nobody enforces anything with them. But when is he going to do something about that So the president does a rally tonight you got to remember. These Democrats they seem so crazed you gotta remember this is. This has been very traumatic for them. Last Thursday when it came out that the president had corona virus go. This was the biggest moment of their lives. They were so happy that they wanted to see him die but you know they were opening champagne at Biden headquarters the DNC they were. It was. So the president is corona virus. It was everything they hope for everything they dreamed of him getting the Corona virus that'll show him him being laid up in bed for three weeks unable to campaign for the rest of the campaign. Even if he could come back and four weeks, it'll be all raspy and horse can't talk more than five minutes. Look like Biden This is everything they hope for. He and then he went in the hospital they give they were so joyous. Lookout. Bad at his he has to go live in the hospital now. Three days later, Saudis running up two flights of stairs. He's making a speech next days doing another speech. He calls rush on Friday talk for two hours without taking up updraft rush couldn't get a word in it was perfect He's doing a rally tonight. This has to crush them. They must have. Can you last night that was going to how the hell did this happen to us how the hell did this guy beat the virus? Well these amazing new drugs that he helped rush through. He took away regulations cut through the red tape this regeneration, all the stuff looks like Miracle Miracle Stuff can pretty much wipe out this virus up. This is not good for them. So and expect an October surprise from him. There's a couple of things coming not just a maybe a vaccine announcement these working on the Russian nuclear deal that I think they're. Both sides are feverishly trying to get concluded. So they may announce that this week, Russia Nuclear Pact of course that'll being black T. Russian. Collusion stuff and all of that anyway, check out the web pages. Great stuff up there you. You won't believe this video thirty, two years ago Johnny Carson the tonight show the monologue was always very topical in this monologue that night he's making jokes about what a Liar Joe Biden nist. Thirty two years ago Carson joking about Joe Biden and being a liar he also Joe Biden is where mass social distance he he doesn't do it in real life watch this little incident where his wife realizes the cameras at catching them not distancing she runs over and pulls him away on. It's all done. The web page go to seven ten W. O. R., DOT, com, slash mark seven, ten, W., O., R. Dot, com, slash mark. Will take some calls eight, hundred, three to one zero, seven, tennis number, tickle my twitter. You see these pictures of Joe Biden. Remember. It was Joe Biden in the basement was basement show. Now it's parking lot joe he's always in parking lots. Take a look at the pictures of this. Rally for whatever the hell was. It's a empty parking lot. And Somebody has spray painted. The circles on the ground is like three big circles and each one has a person in it a reporter or I. There's no support their reporters. But what what do they do? They have like a big stencil thing and they spray the circle down. The pardon that's where you stand. What don't what happens in the done? Got These circles in this parking lot forever out of they get rid of them. Come along the wash it I guess I. Don't know. A lot of bother to have Biden speak to three people look at the picture this literally three people in folding chairs they bring them in the widen the trunk of his car, the three folding chairs. That's all they need. They set up at A. Look at US security. Like twelve security and there's only three people in the audience. He's our pathetic events. Aren't they? If you're biding secret service agents, you should you really even get paid for this. Is that doing anything just Stan I mean he's got to stay awake through his this but his speeches only six minutes only can do any leaves take a look at my twitter at this picture its Muslim pathetic thing I have ever seen that look at president trump has a big speech with a big crowd at the White House to mmediately all over twitter. you'll see every in fake news of the violated the hat check. That's a clear violation of the hatchback never as anybody violated the hatch act like the the hatch. The first sentence of the Hatch Act is the president and vice president are totally exempt from the Hatch Act Also, even if they weren't, there's no actual enforcement mechanism in it. There's nothing it's just a guy named hatch passed but. Anyway, let's take some calls. Let's go to Dave and Chicago how you doing. Good Morning Mark Mark I was listening to Michael Goodwin's interview with all due respect He says, president trump should speak less and allow Joe Biden to embarrass themselves on the national stage well. Listen to mark Simone and America watches. Sean Hannity. In America, also watches Lou Dobbs. President trump is the terminator whom vaporizes virtually everything in its path and including the corona virus. The man is crazy like a Fox, and if you just look at his rallies compared to the rallies have Joe Biden. The evidence is clear. So unless they're severe tampering with this campaign with the election, I'm sorry it's going to be a fairly easy win. Thank you mark. Yeah. All right. Thanks. Let's we love Michael Goodwin and I think the problem is there is no finer classier. More distinguish person than Michael Goodwin. So and he was one of the I understand the trump success and all that. But a guy like that is never going to relate to the boorishness, the brashness, the crudeness that Donald. Trump can engage in but that's the thing you gotta be what you are you member in the Godfather three Michael Corleone is trying to tell Andy Garcia gotTA stop punching people. We don't use violence anymore. Stop getting violent stop punching everybody remember that. He's for like an hour and a half of the movie and then like. The nineteenth time we're right in front of me punches somebody Michael Corleones says, what am I going to do you? Are you are? You going to have to just accept that with Donald Trump it's he is what he is. Let's go to Herald in Warwick New York Herald how you doing? Fine. Mark great show is usual. Just got off the phone with the Bergen? County. Election board. Oh Yeah it was very interesting. I I. Live in Warwick New York, but I previously lived in Alcohol Living K.. That We can. We can hide their hill. So it's okay. You know you know I sort of two squirrels this morning at a bare. Whatever, but I used to live in Alpine, which was a different kind of town and I. I'm just curious this morning on long getting new Bow Voter. absentee ballots in New York so I wonder if I'm still registered in new. Jersey. So I checked online sure enough I'm still I'm still registered there. So and Alpine that means I'm getting balanced sent to my po box there because we don't have street addresses and an address delivered. So now I'm getting not only the about, but I'm getting is ballots just sent to your your every day. Yes. But don't worry about it. Don't you don't need to worry about their democratic operatives that go all over the place picking up your ballots don't fill them out and they'll they'll make sure they get sent in for. Alpine is a beautiful beautiful, very expensive beautiful town, but they don't have any mail delivery. To pick up your mail and the post, it's all sitting there and he's post office boxes and guarantee. There's some democratic operative on the other side of those boxes taken all the ballots to the filled out for you don't worry about it. Hey. Oh, when we come back south from PATSIES, we'll be with someone to come on and talk and I thought it'd be interesting. What did they do in these restaurants? How did they clean the air? How do we know it's safe indoors? What steps are they taking this be interesting and we'll also ask whatever happened Joe Barth Retirement party. Data. That's still on but we'll do that next on seven ten. W. O. are worried about indoor dining. We'll get to the bottom of it in a moment on seven ten w. o. r., let's get the latest news. 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You know you're getting the best price why shop anywhere else visit sleep happens dot com for a location near you. Well we're looking for UH Sowell, find him. He'll turn up I'm sure in in a few minutes in the meantime Let's see got to the president during a rally tonight that will be big. That will be a big now of course, a lot of the Democrats and the media will be watching looking for something to attack a too many people there to cram together somebody wasn't wearing a mask If he just does that they'll say was gasping for air gasping now generally when you test positive. course, you could have symptoms that could linger for weeks, but they say doctors say after ten days, you're no longer contagious. So tonight, actually yesterday was ten days so he should be okay tonight not contagious and member they're testing everything in him constantly. So they would know if he's contagious if he's got the virus so they they think he's just fine and he'll he'll do this rally tonight. He did that speech at the White House Saturday night. If you can go online, you can watch it obviously was fine. He was spoke for a long time. Voice was great. The perfect test was he was on with rush right here on W. O. R. on Friday and he did two hours and he started talking to you didn't stop for two hours this fascinating radios, great stuff, but even rush good. Barely get a word in the president was so energetic and didn't need any of breath not gasping he was just fine and so tonight will be the rally he intends to do if he can try to do one rally night every night. Until. The election that's not that far away. It's twenty two days from now Thursday night's a big night because that was supposed to be the debate however. This debate could commission is so dirty. So corrupt, the debate commission needs to be investigated actually, it needs to be shut down and we need to form a legitimate debate commission. This debate commission is run by a real swamp creature whatever his name is frank faircloth and he put together a board of directors every single person on the board. They'll tell you through. It's Democrats and Republicans every single person on the board even the Republicans are all on the record as huge trumpeters. If you're a debate commission, how can you have a board comprised of just trumpeters that makes no sense at all every moderator chosen anti-trump. Every single question that's been asked ten both debates so far is an anti-trump question negative towards trump. There hasn't been a single negative biden question. You could ask a lot of stuff make by answer, a lot of stuff and they don't put it in the questions of the whole debate process totally corrupted in fact even if the candidate Donald trump even if he were in the middle of the Beta say, Hey, you never answered the question about what you pack the Supreme Court. Biden will refuse to answer the moderator will let it go. Can you imagine if trump in the debate said I simply refuse to answer your question? You think the moderator just let it go and say. Do what they do with Biden say okay. We'll go to the next question. You think they would do that to trump debate commission totally corrupt. So they all of a sudden nnounced, it will be a virtual debate or won't be in person. Now. They didn't consult anybody. You GotTa Talk to both campaigns I'm sure they talk to the Biden campaign I'm sure they're colluding with the Biden campaign, but they never called the trump campaign they just announced it. The trump campaign opposite, and here's it on the news that it's now virtual debate they didn't agree to that. And remember when President Trump wanted to do something the debate commission said, we cannot change the rules once they're set. That's it. But when they decide to change them, they don't even consult the president. So it's absolutely corrupt this debate commission the president immediately pulled because if it's that corrupt, you might as well walk away from the old process. Now, what happens this? Debate for Thursday is off. This supposed to be third debate. I'll bet you that happens the president being a great negotiator being really tough on this stuff will get this debate commission. To come around because if they don't, it's embarrassing for them that they didn't have the three debates also, he will start exposing them. And the way they've corrupted the process. So I think they'll get frightened at the end and agree to whatever he wants to restore. The probably will be a third debate. No second debate. And all all of this debate commission. Again, the swamp creature that runs it. The totally partisan biased board of directors all have been trying to do is protect Biden in this process. So they'll have to cave in a little and allow an actual debate to take place for the third debate the sometime just before the election. So the rallyists tonight that should be interesting to watch October surprise. That's always what you got to watch out for. There's always an October surprise just before the election they hit you with something you remember when Bush was running Bush was actually ahead of Gore, he had like a ten point lead. In two thousand and all of a sudden it was about a week before the debate they unleashed the October surprise Bush had been arrested years before for drunken driving. And It was big news front page news. He was going to wipe out wipe out Bush, but he handled it brilliantly member held that press conference. He came out he was in Maine. Kennebunkport he came. He said look this story is true. It's absolutely true. It happened I. Did it was a part of my life You know I'm sorry it happened but I've changed a such an honest speech that he got passed it in the ended up he ended up winning. So What surprising hit trump with its ferry tough to hit trump with anything you see the secret to all this. Is You gotta be one hundred percent authentic. If you're one hundred percent authentic, you'll always win now people wonder stormy Daniels thing why didn't that hurt him because it didn't conflict with anything he's ever told you that's the whole secret. His whole public life for the last twenty, thirty years. If you've watched on TV, hurt him on the Howard Stern show read Internet. He's always bragging about being playboy chasing women being with the hottest women he's told for thirty years. So when this stormy Daniels came out, didn't conflict with anything he's told you before. So that's the secret to the October surprise it has to totally conflict. With what you've been telling people and like George W Bush had been telling people what a religious Perfect man he wasn't drunk driving thinking about it conflicted. So I don't know what they could come up with an October surprise. The other problem is they'd hit him with every every time they call it a bombshell Mary, trump book the Bob Woodward Book the Avenue. Book the Michael Cohen Book they've been four hundred bombshells that have done to lutely nothing. So after a while people are just numb to it. I. Don't know what that what could they possibly hit him with now that he hasn't been through and I think people start to see the whole process corrupt totally corrupt the debate commission, the fake news the Sunday shows the polls are rigged. They have set the metrics so that it takes ten points away from Donald trump in each poll automatically. And people see that they see him just carry on like nothing's wrong and again, the big question is are am read the Michael Goodwin Com. Are you better off now than you were four years ago for most people? Yeah. The answer's Yes. They understand the pandemic caused all this problems but they've had they've had a great economy for last few years and they want to go back to that. Also Democrats did not help themselves with the. Riots. In the looting and the defunding police people got a look at that They don't want that for a national policy. They don't like that guy that progressive nonsense. So that's hurting by hey, check out the web page once see something. Amazing. You won't believe this is the tonight show thirty, two years ago Johnny Carson's the host he's doing his monologue and in the Monologue are jokes about how bad Joe Biden is what a Liar Joe Biden is thirty two years ago. Take a look at the clip. You'll love this also watch Joe Biden doesn't actually social distance when nobody's looking take a look, it's all up on the web page go to seven ten W. O. R., Dot Com Slash Mark Seven, ten, W. O. R. 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It never works because it's over the top hysterical hyperbolic written and he's reading ended up an index card. He's trying to sound passionate. You can hear he's just reading it with those stupid Ben Franklin glasses off his little index card. So she'll be confirmed. He also remember she's like the ultimate soccer mom the ultimate, some Bourbon woman. in the Democrats to try to win that category. So if they trash too much, it's going to hurt them electorally. They better be careful. Hey, Russia's next what a great show he did on Friday with President trump. He'll be talking about that Sean Hannity from three to six. You got buck sexton from six until nine every night. I'm here from ten until noon you can get the podcast you can listen anytime you want. See You Tomorrow on Seven Ten W. O. R.. Yup. Housing. 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Josh Peck Lost His Virginity to an Older Woman

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Josh Peck Lost His Virginity to an Older Woman

"They everyone adrian finch here host of the all new self-made c._e._o. Podcast out right now. What do you mean you haven't heard it. What what are you waiting for. I believe that everyone is in control of their own life their own success and their own happiness and that all it takes is believing that it's possible we'll be discussing topics ranging from how to rewire lyra brains for success to how to handle life when shit just happen so if you're ready to join me every single wednesday on the transformative journey to become the c._e._o. Of your life your own happiness we know your own success than pause right now. Go subscribe and come on back to the podcast. You're listening to don't forget to rate review. Share the show with all your fellow aspiring cells meet. C._e._o.'s and i will see you guys there. Are you listening to this episode on himalayas. If you are congratulations because 'cause you're already using the best new podcast app out there if you're not well you're a loser and missing out so get it together. <hes> whether a podcast or a fan himalayas is designed with with you in mind and has a ton of cool new features like curated share will play lists and collections made just for you along with personalized recommendations to help with content discovery and the the best part is it's super easy to use. It's definitely my favorite listening app and i'm sure it will be yours too so do yourself a favor and download himalayas today and be sure to to follow my show worse i once you're there by you. Guys here live on the podcast with josh pack. I love your gear. We were just talking about red bull and i was telling the office guys. I don't shut the fuck up about me having zaidi all the time and i was like well i had some during a rebel so if i have a mental breakdown halfway through this podcast. That's why we have a quick check again on the effects or withdrawals. Are you following me on that too. I do little. It's like kinda crazy. I'm actually still at the lowest dose and i had this weird thing done to my brain rain which is basically like electric shock therapy. I'm thinking about it. How are you feeling okay so i did it for anxiety. I didn't do the depression one because my brain moves too fast awesome. Da like look at me. I look on speed right now and i like i didn't i don't do any drugs and i'll thanks <hes> so you're like maths. Good look <hes> no so basically so i so i did the anxiety protocol and it's like this they basically what t._m._s. it stands for trans cranial magnetic nedic stimulation and so what they do is they figured that <hes> electric-shock therapy was too intense so they write your thank fucking you. Gotta get you gotta to get an estimated to have wonder exactly checked it tactic yeah yeah. It's not at all like you can't. You can't snapchat it. You know what i mean so so <hes> they were like well. Let's think of something that you know they came up with that was noninvasive and way like you could go back to your work day and kind of does exactly the same thank the equivalent to a nine volt battery level of electricity right right right current specific spar spots of your brain rain so the way they find those spots is the kind of pulse the <hes> the magnet. That's why the place i want is called pulse. They post the magnet and brand new. This is not a brand deal for it's so expensive. It's like nine thousand dollars. It's crazy insurance covers. If you've tried a lot of other things things you know so <hes> so anyway so <hes> they pulse your brain and to find out if you're in the right spot you're handle move and or your photo move like oh oh cds in the middle anxieties on this part of the brain and depressions on the side of the brain. It's kind of bizarre yes so afterwards i was like during it. I was was like oh this is great. I love it and then the day after i finished my treatment for a week. I was like incapacitated. I was so tired and i fell l. week and i felt like i couldn't keep ahead to keep sleeping. You know because it's like trauma to your brain even though they say it's a therapeutic you know processed your brain rain. It's still there fucking with your brain so my brain was just like shutdown reset so i just went to sleep for like two days and now i feel okay. I'm enroll lot more tired than i was before. I had this and i was already really tired before sonam triple tired interesting but i will say i haven't had a panic panik haven't had like a severe panic attack but it's only been a couple of days so we'll see it takes a little while. It's interesting because you know we're friends best friend and yet like you seem to have an email about you that i find a new thing for you and like a refreshing. You seem like a little bit ideal piece role happy. I think i've just gotten so i think for the years of like hiding my problems and like trying to act like i i was fine was really hard hiding them every video you did talk about it but <hes> i think like now talking about stuff more and having me talk through through. It helps me a lot to you know so i i like sharing because i feel like there's so many other people that have gone through the same stuff and i hear the depression russian protocol one is amazing. I had like hundreds of people. Write me emails saying i had the depression gsa change my life like not one bad one. Wow so if you do it for depression. Apparently it's great so we'll see. I tend to be a little depressed. Though you've an amazing i know so stupid right. Why are you sad. You've a great life and your wife and a baby and a house and your friends with john. Stamos you on many levels but but that is right isn't that i like the purchase definition paper. Everything's fine and yet in your brain just tells me otherwise and it's it's really interesting and this is not. I'm not prescribing arriving this or like the and i'm not doing it correctly but there have been times in my life. I tried like an antidepressant and you know. I had an apprehension like all creative people where it's like. Well yeah and you know i. I'd heard david letterman talk about it recently. He was interviewed by seinfeld and he's like after feeling he's like. I tried tried meditation for twenty years. He's like a meditation would leave me refreshingly angry. That's hilarious yeah because everyone always tells me to meditate which i do sometimes it can work. It's hard yeah it's hard and so he sits for ten years ago. My doctor finally said oh. Just try it. Just just fucking try in like an kaz. He like all of us was nervous. He's like and i found instead of impeding my creativity my ability it actually i'll just yet got rid of the things that were impeding right right and so it was like okay so i'll give it a try and while i've i took wellbutrin which which seemed to be heard. That's a good one. That's more like an upper. Yes one of the only antidepressants it actually causes weight loss as opposed to weight gain. I'm here for almost all of them. 'cause we gain except except for the one i was on with my history yeah depressing this worth that far like it will have the reverse effect if no matter how have you tried to make me yeah there's no way on earth that i'm to fifty and stoke yeah no way justice and work at clean of exists exactly but i and i try to while i gave it a few days in and i know that is in general take a couple of weeks but this isn't in that class and and so i've heard it actually works quite quickly and maybe talk placebo but what i noticed for me was i gave it a few days inevitably. I was like this isn't feel quite right. I'm not the sand this the three or four days that my brain had as a break from itself was like like a restart. It was weirdly like like so to your point. It was a it felt really refreshing like it was like a vacation from me for a couple of days. Now mike okay feel a little less bogged down like a little more equipped to yeah yeah. Get out there and do my shopping. You don't feel different. That's why i think people get so afraid of is knowing while some of them like some ones like i tried to switch from affects her to christie sorry guys this is turning into like a doctor medical zaps. I okay so the only way i didn't get the brains apps was i'm still on the effects or some so on thirty seven seven point five. I'm afraid to go all the way off because i'm already kind of teetering right now and i'm not doing great so mike don't wanna pull myself all the way off yet and what why go all the way off well. I've just been on it for so long and i noticed when i was at a higher dose i was getting really bad chest pain and it wasn't making me feel good so now thirty seven point five. I'm not getting the chest pains. I'm not making out but i'm like teetering. You know what i mean like. I could go. I can spend myself into a panic attack if i let it get there <hes> but i kind of have to be more self aware so and i'm taking a lot of supplements that help so it's like natural shit that actually really helps so that's working out but <hes> i tried to switch to prestige which is supposed to be like a cleaner cleaner form of effects are and that was like the worst like three days in my life like it was horrible. It made me feel so sick. You know your body tells you that's the thing it works for you. You'll know right away and like your body will tell you yes. This is okay or no. It's not like some people try to like. Oh i i'll push through you know they start taking adding something that doesn't make them feel good and they pushed through and they're like. It's not like you need to do that with effect sir when i first started taking it i actually didn't i feel any different. It was like just something that you'll know the right one for your body. It'll mess with you. You know what i mean like. I didn't feel any different than all of a sudden. I start going places isn't doing things without being scared. Which is my biggest thing. I'm just scared of everything. It's a hard. It's a hard balance right because no matter what for the most part i feel like even when medicine and works it will always be in the back of someone's head like yeah. That was a tough time but maybe i don't need it anymore. So then you're playing that game and you're going back and forth back and forth although i've been on it since as i was sixteen i'm thirty two so i got off of it for one year like right before ryan came out and i literally like couldn't leave my house. I was like just making vines and just like hey guys. I'm left my house in seven days but that's good because i was like a crazy person. Pinpoint a vine you made wall under some mental trauma melvin all my first vines like all the vines mamie popular all the beginning once all the good ones doing all the characters and everything i was not on my medicine listen then and then i started getting all these opportunities and auditions and had to go meet with agencies and all these people and i was shaking and couldn't leave the house 'cause i just. I don't don't know what it is. I just get scared. I get dizzy. I start having physical symptoms. I can't control my anxiety manifests in physical ways and i will throw up. I i will get dizzy like you get fit. I'll get physically. Ill so i was like i can't do this. I'm going to have an exciting fruitful for career. I got back on this shit and so i got right back on the effects are within unlike a two weeks three weeks. I was back to normal and i could start doing shit again. Do you ever see b._t. C._d. Seib no c._b._t. Like cognitive behavioral tale therapy. Yes yes oh for years. Yeah just like i mean again. I've never suffered from the anxiety part of it is much so i never wanted to be like flippant enough to be like oh just stop. It just like talk ourselves. Fulfill and people get annoyed because they don't get like exiled. Is it's become hum so girls will be like oh my god i went to the star and they had a pair of shoes they wanted and i had a panic attack and i'm like that's not it like a panic. Attack is like and the hate that it's called a panic attack. Almost it's out of nowhere just imagine waking up in the middle in the morning and your heart is pounding and you feel in your sweating and you feel like you're having a heart attack completely out of nowhere. Nothing happened totally unprovoked your arms so go numb like your you feel like you're dying and then you go to the hospital in the blankets anxiety and i'm like how does anxiety do this like like you. Just start freaking your body starts freaking at least my body search freaking out and then in turn. I freak out so and it's weird baggage to bring around with your oh yes relationships. He doesn't know what to do because he loves to travel. He's like let's go to greece. Let's go to italy right. Let's go into middle the emotion for fucking three months. I'm like what and you guys have the means to do it was awesome awesome yeah well. You know let's go to fucking gelato like you know they've gotta go pretty pretty local prefer that to stay. Local leaders got great. How can we just go to toledo police. There's an urgent care or something but that's the thing is recently like my birthdays in september and he's like i want to take you to italy for your birthday on a fucking monster that was like i was like you fucking asshole. You're kidding me. Germany bitches would fucking love right. I'd like to go on a trip and i'm like you understand like i hate that like i need to be near a hospital always like it's fucked up my thing. I'm gonna do it. I'm gonna face my fears. There's gonna do it. Does that help when you walk through it and don't die when i walk through it and don't die yeah but while i'm going through it. It's like i'm one hundred percent convinced events. If i slightly don't feel well it will just turn into really not feeling well and then it'll just blow out spin out of control it sox. Have you tried to throw an instant in like because i have obsessive nece all right and the thing that's worked best for me is to an do an immediate about face so not to try to like wrestle with it in my mind and think my way and right action taken action and it always has to do with like if i'm going into my head. Go clean up the kitchen if if my head's killing me like figure out someone who needs something and go to them. That's like a really big reason why bring her everywhere 'cause. It's a distraction like an ocean bathroom or like have to make sure she's okay. All right like you know what i mean i do that. Sometimes i'll throw myself in the pool up dying. Just throw yourself. Shaq your body and and like get out of it yeah it does it does how yeah it's weird. Dude anyway mike starting out the guests. Everyone's like wow what a depressing podcast a father normal people. They're like we don't get it. This is podcast. Who are these normal people who talk of where the fuck away and what's that like. I remember one to ask my shrink. Are there people that are just happy. He goes are people that are just fucking so normal and i hate them. I'm sorry guys fucking kasdan like they're like oh. That's queer italy. That would love to do that like i just got done. Climate appalachian mountain by myself granola bars for three days. Insane yeah scared no. Why would it be scared. First of all granola bars a lot of carbs very high sugar content but i i liked that those people that are on the surface very normal. There's some people that are like that. I've got family couple of this announcer rare. Dom like they're just a little dumb. It's beautiful yeah. They're ignorant so he is bliss. I wouldn't mind being a little dumb and forgetting all like bullshit googling lobotomies last night hot. I was thinking about getting a lobotomy and i was like baby. Would you still love me like if i drooled a little bit. He's like i'm serious. I know it's horrible. No then thinking about got it. They don't really do them anymore. Not here. I know i seem so normal to you probably sitting here and talking to you but like in my mind it's very scary. It's a clue i guess and i have no doubt and yet in the face of all this and having no news since what like vines like seven years ago. I know this has has been. You know for better for worse than we have. This has been your mantra a little bit like oh. My god like you know. I'm like this like you know. Super funny talented you know attractive attractive person who also suffers from this crazy neuroses and all this but your life from an outsider's perspective has been on an incline like if i looked looked like if we were here but there weren't microphones in front of us and we loretta solo cups. I'm like there's a strange when you listen to a wobbly it protects. Your voice speaks podcast. Please get a fifth. You know one here and it's abandoned studio my jammy that their house the level hasher levels. We're in the dark bad sitting in an empty room with fedex boxes but your life is on such an uptick typically. It's only gotten better. I keep trying. I'm always trying. I never stopped trying. You know i keep fighting but i wanna get back to the premise. I don't want to deter deter. You either. Love talking about this stuff but then i get mad at me. They're like the normal people. We don't have these problems. We don't relate we just hear the worst. I please well. I know we have to get to it because the tricia sorry your perfect life. You don't have any fucking problems like go. Go be happy. I get the fuck off this podcast. Go be happy somewhere anyway. I do know that we have to get to it because i've listened to your pod and know that you rent this place by the hour. Data about fifty bucks an hour pay my own bills. Here are solid so tell me your first worst. I like the worst thing that has happened to you ever that you can think of there's so many right i <music>. I'm i'm trying to think of like. Were you bullied in school. Oh yeah you were issue. Sleep viciously fat like so what did they do. They were so mean. I remember for the first time i realized that people were mean was when i was at the jewish community center in boca raton florida jewish community center bastards my own people. Can you believe if this keeps. I can't i <hes> yeah i just remember. I was like eight or nine years old and i would go to this after school program. 'cause my mom was a single mom and thus like so literally. She'd send me to school at eight and i'd come home at six thirty and i'd be like freight life over here. She did some work ricki hall. Mike and i would go to from like two thirty to six thirty after school and i just remember meeting. These like you know fairly affluent jewish kids who were like who would talk in a way that i'd never heard before. I think really intelligent no really means like a litany of curse words like they just shredded me. You know you you have like a little bit of the like patina. Let's say like adolescent. Were you like protected and you're not aware of what the world feels like and then there's like that mic drop route moment he and you're like oh the world's hurt her fall and i remember that and thinking like oh this and then it just never started like this sucks. What age was that <hes> eight or nine usa. I would say like around eight years old. It was when i first got my what was the first instance. Do you remember the first time you really got your feelings hurt. Oh man i mean there's a ngoma got called the fat faulk. They would call you a fat fuck at nine years old. Who are their parents like. This is is crazy. I don't know if i rich jewish parents who were like ophthalmologists and like <hes> interior designers yeah it was insane. Dad works at lenscrafters what he's act like. This is weird at eight and nine years old. They'd be like what shut up. You fat like out of nowhere. It was yeah it was is intense and granted. I was like i have to remember now that i suffered from not having siblings in the respective yeah and my wife is one of four and she has such a tough like she has a thick skin because when you have siblings they beat they they make funny. Oh yes yeah and beat the shit out you but i didn't have any. I know you're like my mom's daimiel hug yeah. I'm a big fan. G like brings me to the diner with her other girlfriends who think i'm the tops. Oh my gosh yes that sucks socks. You're like caught off guard. I was like who when does this happen. Be like these normal reviews exactly like i'm usually save that for you know where oh yeah. I've never done well with that and even like now at thirty two. I realize that's funny right. We look younger than me. Stop it. I've been through some shit. Come on. I just remember. I wonder if you've dealt with this to like throughout my life. It's always been about toughening lean up leading ship roll off your back like not a big deal and at thirty two. I finally realized like nope. I'm an path i take things on too easily sensitive and that's just my plight in like and so and i'm thirty two so i can choose unless it's like a necessary thing. It's family or business thing to not happy around that yes 'cause i can't. I'm not tough enough no fucking and same on sam. I can't handle it some so sensitive. It hurts it hurts. How do you read comments and stuff l. social hot. I was just talking about this. I did <hes>. This is probably a couple of weeks ago now but i did bobby lease podcast. I loved tigerbelles your belt when i reached out really did you listen to it the memory loss. That's the thing i noticed anyway. <hes> it's mostly stuff. I don't need to remember though <hes> but yeah so i did it in the comments were atrocious and i was like what did i do wrong nullifies weird. They were so mean in for no reason they were like. We want to bash your skull in. She's a fucking idiot. I'm like what did i say. That may seem like an idiot. Dude is so stupid. It's funny because you had mentioned that and so i immediately of course went to go look at the home. I couldn't find it really know it was a massacre. No comment was a top com. Bobby went in and deleted on because i wrote to kaleida and was like my heart is broken because i'm so sensitive like you and my husband can't stand it because he doesn't read any any comments because he's used to all the shit you know getting torn apart misjudged all that shit so he doesn't read anything but me. I'm like you know we use it almost as a gauge gauge to see how we're doing good or whatever you know even though it shouldn't fucking matter you should just do whatever the fuck you want <hes> but you know i care. I care what people think and i care about you. Guys listening to this this podcast and whatever the shit and i'm like what the fuck you know. It just hurts it so it's all bullshit. It's some you know. The internet was created for everyone to have voice and some people shouldn't have a voice. They should be fucking muted. Yes and it's so funny 'cause the times in which i've been weak and responded to me in contrast gassed the responses always oh my gosh just wanted your attention love. You and it's like yeah and i'm the asshole that gets baited every time and instead of me like rewarding like the diehards. We're like we love what you do. Thank you i go after this. Sh- matia acknowledged existence and then they go i won by writing something shady and that's the way you gotta spin it. I actually i started doing that a long time ago. It was just i tried to talk to. The people that are nice like just north says something cool. I respond to them boo. You have to be careful people. I don't. I don't mean to project but like for me. It's boredom. If i'm going through the comments. It's like weird. Self-obsessed boredom like wonder what john temecula thinks of me right and then you got a his page and he's got like him holding a dead deer. You're like oh god yeah. I don't even care what this guy believes in fucking conspiracy theories and zodiac zodiac killer a hamster farm seriously. I think about that stuff a lot too much. I i think people like you virgo. No scorpio scorpio toys reaction like a really nice scorpio. Guess i dunno seem i give you you notice your your. Your knuckles are all bruce. I let her pay for it. I i they take out all your aggressions from when you're younger no way tilt okay not a wife beater okay. She'll tell me like like ah certain moments like road rage. Whatever fucking cool off guy like this is not like your dad in that hyundai sonata next shorts. That's feels it was like that guy. No i know. Do you get road rage bad yeah but i i've sort of accepted it now. I don't act out like never get out of my car. Oh yeah that's scary. I had that to me. That's fucked so here's the thing i was driving but this is actually really funny. I was driving arriving <hes> in l._a. And i guess i i didn't stop long enough at a stop sign. It was his term to go like the the person before me went and i was kind of in a rush i just went and didn't let the guy on the other side goes a four-way stop yes so instead he follows me to the next stop sign and i stopped at the stop sign and he gets out of his car and he he's a fucking big dude and he comes up to the side of my car and he goes to yell at me as the municipalities gras and then he sees me and he's like oh. Hey <hes> just wanted to say like not cool of you. You know not let me go back. There and i was like i'm sorry and he's like really pretty. I was like thanks swear word of god so funny he like looked show me in and then as soon as i roll down my window and looked out he was like so nice. There's like not really cool but i hope you have a good day. Eh in the musical shit here he comes. Just take a tit out. How can i help you. I put it out. It's like hanging out the window the driver aside and easily try not to laugh. Yeah my my dad my dad. 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He's telling me some worse i today on the podcast we we got into a long talk about depression and anxiety per usual per per story of my life <hes> but it's really great and really comforting to have friends that are really successful awesome that also go through the same shit so you know sometimes you talk about it. <hes> it's great. We're not superheroes. It's not we're not superheroes at all but you know maybe you are more than i said yeah. I'm prozac man yeah. That's great right right. Oh my god. It's so funny because there's like the secret racket for p. Like celebrities or famous people were where they'll get paid by drug companies to commercials no way yeah you've seen it kevin x ray liotta on smoking for fifth but they'll always is be like sue and you know it's gotta be something that you have because i guess it would be like you know poor advertising and so i remember one day like my buddy called me and he's i don't wanna out of amen inch of diabetes. He's like no no. I don't think people do yup. Prick your finger yeah. He's tested a really quick to the iraq. That's that's fine yep to delight blocked yeah. It's just it's just cane sugar that until i budge drink it. It tastes like the red wolf. I think we might have a problem here yeah yeah but there's a lot of money in that so they asked you if you had diabetes to see if you'd diabetes commercial. My buddy was sick. I'm not lucky enough to have it because there's a lot of dough in this. Take any chance you do. I'm like unfortunately. I don't think that nick jonas ended up doing that. Commercial probably has diabetes and he did a commercial on it. I'm telling you mid seven figures for someone yeah. They get paid. A law companies are gnarly dude. They want you on drugs and they don't want you off. The drugs and you know what i'm not talking shit. A lot of the drugs help people but it would be nice if if they made them a little easier to get off of. Should there be a time that you care not to be on them anymore. Fair but instead they make your brain addicted to them and for the rest of your life anyways god blake <music> big pharma. We love it <hes> so tell me <hes>. Did you go to your problems or or or have girlfriends at a young age. Who's your first girlfriend. I wanna know like all the stuff oh boy i mean you know i was in home school so like my mom was in my kitchen and fifty six shadow deborah. I guess losing virginity was one of my worst i really. How old were you eight. I just turned eighteen this is this is kind of fun so i okay so i we lived in big apartment complex the oaks or not the the oakwood the avalon oh the avalon okay okay same thing yeah and i <hes> my <hes>. My mom and we bought like big new nice television so we had this old television but oh so pretty good but you know in an apartment building. You'll put up a little ad in the elevator like a t._v. Yeah and not that nice. 'cause we charge you want him money where we didn't wanna give it away for free. What are we asked so. I remember this woman. This like cute <hes> rubenesque rubenesque <hes> thirty. Something girl bought the t._v. And i had to deliver it to her house and i remember we. I remember in that moment going i. I think something could happen. I remember she looked at me in a way and granted. I'm like new boss hundred pounds brand new body taking it out for a test drive five so i didn't know what a woman's advances looked like. Someone's giving you the sign of like hey maybe talk me. Maybe you should stick it in my but yeah that look doc. That was the next day that's this look. Let me see my buddy close just representing the butthole okay why carl cowbell harder so she was she was kind of coming onto. You're not really given me a bit of a of a sign and then but i i left immediately. I'm mike i want no part of this yeah and then two weeks later. My mom says hey that woman who bought the t._v. Shows not use the remote really. It's an on on and off button christine. Here's literally on huge off and a couple of buttons up with numbers and that's i mean this was not a smart remote thirty-seven imminent zenith television it was this day and age where it's like direct t._v. And you gotta fuck link the cable to god and like bring it back down and then call your scientology professor and like get into the power up like it's kinda crazy so then what she calls. I can't work my remote. Yes so it was like oh. This is happening yeah. You're like what a dumb ass like. Okay okay yeah. We're this is all right. We're gonna do stuff so i at eighteen. I'm like what do i do like. How do i like. What do i so i go so show up in a fireman's outfit. You're like i'm sorry i watch a lot of porn. This weird turn you on so i remember like i had just <hes> smoke weed for the first time time indicates either. I don't know like whatever like my friend gave me. No i smoked before but it was the first time that it had become like a thing amongst friends to like did did you like it. Yeah loved it okay and so i had like a little like twenty bucks worth of pot in my like secret you know drawer and i was like i'm gonna zero this up into a joint and bring over to our house. This is going to qualify me. It's like one bad ass. You drive a harley down the apartment. They'll come up with my areso scooter. Liquid crappy like swag joint leather jackets goggles. Oh my god auto show on tv and i was like and then i look at her and i'm like hey like smoke weed. You and she's like yeah. She's like that's why i couldn't figure out how to turn the remote on your total fucking donor lit all the time a ah mike smoke the street though we proceed to smoke the joint we start kissing things are happening and i didn't know that this is sometimes a thing. I got my pants off dan. I'm like oh my god and like literally really up to this point. I you know other than like a couple great games of spin the bottle. I hadn't done any anything not wow and so. I'm like never got. You're dick sucked. No not even a hand job straight for fucking home bash like fuck all the other basis. I'm going right to home plate row. You don't go from first to home plate. That's not how it works. I didn't even look at the bugging first-base coach. He was like waving meet their own way. That's not how you win the game. Yeah it was so and i remember there and she's like excuses herself to the bathroom really quick and i didn't know something oh it's over. I was like this this is this is over screwed up much us really putting her diaphragm and she's got to make sure i don't get pregnant. She was doing whatever girls do. Go to rush pussy. Hugging fuck michael kors a whole catch. This is okay. I mean that's what i do try. I don't try to home side my vagina. It smells good deal. I in my asshole and up the taught perfect. Hey dad listens to these anyway. We just want to sponsor so and then i shall i button up your pants up and i go to leave and i'm like halfway out the door and she comes out andrei. No she just comes out like but she's going and i was like oh i uh i'm leaving no and she's like why like we're like. We're hang out yeah. This is going great. She's like i just put my new ring. Take a good hard to get out exactly be for a couple of days. Took me so long in there. She's like okay great inside like i just remember we went into her room and we did like a bunch of stuff. Oh i remember that you can just imagine like sixty nine fucking unlike in each other's fucking buttonholes just like everything so bad. It was so like i have to see while it was the worst i as far as if i looked back at it now i bet oh my sweet lord like josh with his like deflated body on top of this wonderful woman. I just want to say and i won't say her name but like ma'am if you're listening i you're probably in your mid forties now. Thank you so nice and loving and cool. She was a nurse. I remember i was like well. You have great bedside manner. You really are oh my gods workman. I needed that ended she would you wasn't good though the sex and stuff did you come right away. You had to have because it was no. I was the hold out. The thing is i think an are you know of like nine. Indies kids yeah every joking every fucking american pie or like right away yes so i think i was like man yes. He's kept visiting your mother. They don't come deborah right the girls at the the girls at dinner. Your mom like knocking on the door how t._v. Oh my gosh she comes in. It's a matter of bossou speaking got. It's really i've told like a truncated exceeded version of this story before on another pot and my mom listened to it and she was like realized that well. I'm gonna give her a call because you were eighteen. She's thirty. That's an appropriate. She was like you're welcome for the alleyoop. She's like sounds like i said that i was like oh my god your mom or super close yeah. She's your best friend. Yeah i mean it's just us posturings why he was never my life. Where is he now. Do we know dead. He died news. Are how did he die. Sorry yeah off uh-huh what's weird is he was older like much older than my mom so reading. You're not died of natural causes really was he like eighty. Seven eighty eighty seven years old you sixty two when he was in my mom. My mom was your way to your mom was forty two when she had you seventy five bugged outright outright. Your mom is seventy five great. I did not think that much respect. I saw your mom put her in visor. I've seen her before and i thought she was like forty five as she looks great just killing it yeah wow so she had you forty two was born during the last year of world war two on my face. Okay we just kidding. We don't have the budget for that. They're like oh. These cameras are locked off so they know they're going yeah yeah. He's like don't make me do stuff. I'm watching another podcast. While i'm recording here. He's watching tiger rebels writing comments dumb bitch. I hate working for you anyway. That's crazy so that's kinda hopeful for me because i'm like. I'm not sure if i want to have kids or not. You have a kid i do. I'll is that the best give honey worse from that is like scary like poop stories or anything like that. Oh stories. I'm trying to think he's only exploded on my wife. Who's wearing a black cashmere sweater. That is is no longer. Oh my just shit everywhere. Yeah i mean it was it was hard body karate like a full ejection but he needed it yet. He's like dude. I fucking better out than he felt so much. Better up here sweater. What's your <hes> reticence about having a kit. I'm afraid i'm going to pass on the crazy because my mom mom. I definitely got mine from my mom for sure interest so <hes> i get worried that i don't want to ever have someone feel this way. I know i would never wanna to procreate and then have the kid go through when i go through even though tori to be alive. I'm so grateful to be here. Sometimes i'm like almost shows never born because that would never have to go through some of the shit that i have gone through you know in my head and then i wouldn't have to worry about dying because i'd already have never existed like that kind of thing. Although life is great i love life. I don't want a dime not suicidal at all guys. Don't worry <hes> don't call it. I'm i'm not i'm not i. I'm so scared of dying. That's what is i i. I heard you talk about them on this spot and i think on tiger bell talking about it a lot. I have the big fear of havoc health health. What is it called obsession but talk out the fear so the fear. Is that like what happens i <unk>. I've been close to death before i had kidney failure when i was eighteen and i had complete sepsis in my blood. My blood was completely toxic and they thought it was going to die and i remember laying there and just feeling my body shutting down and it was horrible. My dad had to be like red eye out to a flight. It was from a u._t._i. That was untreated and then spread to my kidney and then turned into a full-blown kidney infection and the kidney infection sepsis which means your blood gets toxic hectic and i had no idea <hes> and so i was in in hospital for like a while and i remember laying there one time and the nurse came up to me and i was like mind going to die and she was. She's looked at me and she was like i don't know what can i get you peanut butter and jelly sandwich. You're like yes and a little reassurance just fucking bitch horrible so then my heart hart was like us and it was scary because i remember like laying there and being like oh my god like just the fact of like i'm so conscious of like and not to trigger anyone who's listening to this podcast asks. I do have people that have anxiety that list but like i think about like oh breathing like like now to do that anymore. It's scary to me like did stops and then like what happens like you shut down. Do you know you're dying or you. In pain and then like i watched my grandmother died and it was awful like i remember her like just being really upset and gasping for air and and just like looking really sad and not peaceful and i i know some people say it's peaceful but i'm like you know. It just makes me so. It just makes me sad you know now. I don't know i tend to think that you have all this life and you do all these amazing things and you have all these loves and you have these experiences and then like what you die and then is at the end is life that great. I don't mean and listen as you said. I'm the poster ever yeah literally like. I just want to be around for my kid driving surface yeah yeah but i also like i it's funny. I talked about this my pod this week after listening to you. I was like i think think about these things and i go at you know. There's so many people that are in the business of extending life. You know <hes> that's the next forty years gino no mixing buying us literally the next forty years they might be able to buy ten fifteen years yeah and while it be i would rather spend my eighties not suffering suffering from dementia or certain ailments but like when might tickets pontic. I'm ready to go because tommy. Tommy is like that because it's like what more more of what traffic like. How many more thanksgiving's can we have like green bean casserole is green bean casserole on the i ninety were great and then you have kids and then they have kids that you can really be close to your great great grand fucking strangers grandma complete with my cyborg. What is that again robot. I just think like like it's an interesting thing but it's like you think by the time we're that will will be tired and we'll be ready because this is like this weird matrix like this has been in a game. We played in some play a better than others but it's just a game any level up or down or you level nothing but it's like i'm. I'm kind of like okay. What's what's next yeah. You think there's something after death i don't know but i just believe in in the law of energy and that say can't destroy energy eh the socio so we can't really be gone because we're made of energy and you can't destroy energy but then what happens like redistributed. Do we have a consciousness <music>. Do we don't think so. I think it's all i think like but like weird i know and this is going to turn a big esoteric conversation. Where did we come from. Who made us are there more of us. Are we just a bacteria that happened on the earth and if so like who created the earth who created the bacteria like it just gets into a bigger bigger bigger conversation you know yes. I'm so curious just about all of it. You know i mean we're we're in a podcast studio in burbank lake. Who's moving. These jesse's is what i think think about it so much like people are like people are gonna talk about religion or anything that people were like oh. I'm turning this podcast off but also like. I'd love to talk to those people. Because what is the story like. What do you think they're always just evolved or we just you know like the planets just of all but from what right you know what i'm saying who put from there no one knows no one fucking nose and the only thing i resist in in its entirety is an absolute is a knowing of anything 'cause like i think atheists are fucking ridiculous. If you think you know for sure nothing's out there like eighty. Five percent of the universe verse is considered black matter. You know what else you could call it fucking. I'm sorry it's black matter dark matter right. You know what else you call it magic. There's no name for it. Science can't figure out what it is. Don't tell me you fucking know and like on the other side if you're the most religious and you're like no the earth was created two thousand years ago. Fuck off to you too yeah. I think there's like a humility anna. I don't know i don't know where it came from. There's gotta be something way better than us. Listen i mean hopefully we find out i would love sm- answers. I mean there's so many people in my my mom's a nurse my grandmother's nurse and they worked in the o._r. A lot when they were nurses in the one thing they would tell me is that people that died first significant amounts of time the eight eight minutes. Whatever twelve minutes some crazy shit they'd had come back and they would say there's a gun never once did they say no. There's nothing or whatever they would always say. I went this place. I was above my body body looking down at my body they would describe shit to my grandmother that was happening while they were operating that they would have no idea <hes> like they would they would just wake up and they would tell my grandmother like what was that guy doing with that saw shaped tool cutting into my stomach and they were completely out they would have ignored idea immigrant would be like what do you mean they. They should be like all the guy in the teal scrubs when he was like leaning over like they would say shit and so that's the kind of thing that i'm kinda like that's so weird you know to like like hover above your own body in a way i think there's prob- i had a white light experience gay. I almost died and i can distill down to what in my experience a white light what that white light is okay so i had surgery that went bad which went surgery was i was. I had a hernia repaired. An artery like some arteries in my stomach weren't cauterize correctly so like they were still kind of shooting out just my body so it's internally bleeding yeah yeah and it went undiagnosed for twenty four hours so by the time they were like oh josh can't stand up. He's a little too fatigued league and by the time it was figured out it was an emergency scenario like they're slamming blood into me yeah. I'm like in the middle of this emergency room terrifying yeah and i remember that i i had i. They give me five pints of blood. I believe and i'm no biologist. I think you're right here. What's eight. Yes yes so most of it gone. Yeah and what i felt was my body said okay. We're we're losing the battle here. Let's take all the energy that we have and just focus on that that does oriented brain yeah and so what it felt like was like my periphery referee became sort of white and fuzzy because it was just literally my body going. We're gonna shut down part of you because we don't have anything to spare right now. I still like this white white fuzz of a lack of oxygenation and like just my body kind of going into like a power reserve mode came over me. Did it scare you know. It felt so refreshing. I remember never feeling so wonderfully. Powerless going like this is going to work or it ain't you don't you aren't scared at all. No because you don't have the energy not to be scared 'cause you're. Maybe when you're dying. It's the same way i think it is had they not the blood i think it just would have gotten wider wider wider all white but i remember there was wonderful nurse who had like this great southern accent and she's like we're gonna take care of you baby but you you go through. Some shit like this is real. She's like you won't be our baby but you going through some shit right now and and it was like wonderfully like it. Wasn't someone bullshitting me yeah you're in trouble but like we got you yeah because what we do yeah what hospital was at cedars no saint john's in santa monica uh-huh wow and they're the ones that did the hernia surgery to know a i got it done at a surge outpatient surgery senate the outpatient shits dangerous reich go home and that's how joan rivers died so many people because it's not a hospital and you're going there for surgery. I mean they do nose jobs. They do fuck in life. Oh they do all kinds of shit outpatient and and sometimes it goes really south yeah and you're not in a hospital so it's hard to get treated you know yeah. I mean people can be. I mean that doctor for joan. Rivers sounded incredibly now. That was really sad. What about the doctor with your hernia surgery. Did you get in trouble. I don't i don't really know what would happen and he i think he was just he fucked up and i think he suffered from what a lotta duck doctors not a lot but some can which was a bit of a cavalier ear. God put your intestine and he was like you're fine and then when i didn't feel good after diane all right i went to harvard and how dare you bleed internally yeah and i think he was no. You're fine like this doesn't like. I'm great at this. This isn't happening. I was like i was the home yeah and you're not feeling good. I was in bad shape and then your mom took you to the emergency room. No i was actually like an aftercare place where the kind so luckily there were nurses around but it was kind of like one of those boozy l._a. Like hey like you just had a nose job. Come bike it in passing it out on trays yeah in some not just go there when i haven't had surgery right right. Just hang out yeah. The would you have done nothing just chilling had some time off or are you a painkiller person. No you know what actually i am not anything person. I'm so scared of dying which is so funny. People are like drinking probably does a lot of drugs. Brittany does know drugs like i literally tried to do everything healthy for me. I've done on drugs when i was younger like when i was in my early twenties i had no fear of death because those hopped up on so much adderall kinda spins you out and you just like flying through life and so i would drink drink smoke weed fuck and try all kinds of shit coke coke on adderall. How did my heart not explode anyway. So it was bad. I was literally like i was like eighty five pounds and i'm one hundred and twenty right now so imagine that i was like whoa that walking stick creature. Oh i didn't say anything but you you put on a couple i did yeah thank fucked a even my husband like even though he's gonna get mad at me for saying this. He lives like baby gaining aning some weight but he wasn't trying to be mean he did but he wasn't trying to be mean because like when we first started dating him to. I was just so anxious. I was having trouble like even keeping food down because i would throw up so so he i gained some weight now that i'm in a relationship hundred twenty pounds is the goal you putting on weight is literally everyone else's goal on this yeah but you know to a certain extent and i think it's the issue with comedy in vanity right yeah. It's like you're so funny and so talented and i'm sure that you got should this extra layer of uninvited <hes>. Hey hey get a lot of because you were also attractive which is so weird to me because i don't see myself as attractive like mike you fucking weird looking like when my husband actually under marry me i was like yeah she lenscrafters like. I feel like we need dr. Jack told me we wear contacts. He wears glasses and i'm like can we clean those sign this. You don't wake up one day and <hes> but yeah no. He married me because he he likes being he's like it was actually kind of funny <hes> he's like. I'd rather laugh all the time then be with like you know some fucking playboy model. You know what i mean yeah but he ain't mary. You know the c._v._s. Pharmacies is like he's like. I want a hot girl. That makes me like he's really really funny too so it makes me happy because i'm like oh we like. We laughed together like cruising for girls that we watch no but i think he always dated like super model. Auto girls like most of them were like models and he dated fucking knew me campbell like he's dated top top top tier. I heard some interesting about naomi campbell. I think yesterday by the way allow me to specify <hes> more people should be going to weight watchers to find a date because there's some beautiful people that really what do you do on continuum bumble. When you go to the source you wanna find a gem interest in there like just trying to like you know your name. I trust me. I've been to my fair share of like eating disorder meeting. Yeah i've met some of the greatest people honored. I know they're really cool people. I'm going crazy. Shapes sizes looks backgrounds and crazy some people with the most people with eating disorders. I have a girlfriend who has a really bad eating disorder who's about one hundred and ten pounds and she's beautiful <hes> but she's the lowest self esteem in the entire fire world and people be like you know you're so beautiful and choubey like oh my i'm e- oh no way and she got really ugly fucking shitty dues who treated her like shit it because she has a low self esteem. You know what i mean. How relationship with her dad then aren't close yeah yeah. I'm really close with my dad but i saw the low self self esteem. I think it's just like a mental thing but you have good taste and dudes. I do why try this yeah yeah yeah. I definitely gone out with guys who definitely didn't treat me while i'm definitely the first guy that treats me shockingly well. I've never had someone where i didn't need to worry about them. Fucking being shitty like messaging other girls or like <hes> <hes> you know just like talking whatever behind my back you know like. This is the first guy that i've ever been with who like i don't have to worry <hes> which is crazy because it's fucking tommy. Lee would think like most people would think like he's gonna cheat on you. That's like what are my girlfriend said louise womanizer all the shit. He's a total title opposite of that. He is such like homebody. Yeah like doesn't fucking do any flirting doesn't message anybody doesn't fucked message anybody back like there's fucking girls <music> all day veteran trying to reach out to him tagging him and shit whatever he doesn't even engage in it like doesn't even look at it majors so <hes> name them name name them or i wish i fucking verified asshole bitches who i wanted to call it so bad but then i just didn't want to make them more popular but some of them are girls were like over two million followers she and like hot girls like the fucking instagram model models and i'm like you're really messaging my husband like and they'll we like the message him and be like. Let me know if it ever doesn't work out no yes. I'm not even kidding. People are repugnant repugnant and then they go on twitter because you know how like you can see verify people messaging you the like at him on twitter and be like the thorough hot ass fucking porn stars all kinds of shit at him all the time and i'm just like he doesn't you pay attention to it. He's in care but after the life that he's lead if you were if you were in his mid fifties and still like i wanna go to delilah such which hates hollywood if the i._b. Like what are your i._b. I would think there's a hole in your soul. You're never gonna fill yeah and like the fact that he's like that that that makes sense to me that he was like i want to settle down with like really cool person and you know order posts mates and watch netflix all we do because i mean he cooks. He loves to cook he. He makes me dinner every night. What's the staples. We all wanna know right guys. What tommy lee great at cooking. He makes like homemade greek food. Men homing homing like souvlaki hill make <hes> heroes from scratch like oh by the lamb and like i don't really like eating meat but i will eat it we usually by the beyond me which is amazing if you've tried <hes> very love that so it's pretty much all we buy usually but if he's making a traditional greek dish he'll go to the greek <hes> whatever <hes> grocery store and get all of proper ingredients with the cheese room the fettuccini from mykonos and he's he's. He's very into cooking. Oh my god. I don't make me this incredible incredible shakeups jenner every night every night. I just imagine him walking in with a tray of food in these gigantic hog walkie kebab after dinner. Here's your starter bitch. I mean my god. He's puts fettuccine on the dick. I'm a street straight may be able to hold out. No it's fine. You'll come over for dinner with your wife and you baby make sure he wears close those workloads okay but yeah. That's so cool suba mary for how long now two years how about that that's amazing and you guys had your baby and the baby six months so good. Are you so happy. I wanna see another picture. I've seen all on that movie lows great. I think so looks awesome big fan of hers aw love that yemen. It's really cool. It's nice when you have good relationships with your parents. Does tommy want to have more kids. No no he's like. I i think for him. It was like he was sad because he was gone a lot when these kids were young sure he was on tour and <hes> but you know he tried. He tried to do what he because and i think now. He's just like i think it now he's just at a point in his life for he just would feel bad for the kid because he's like what when the kids twenty. I'm going to me eighty six or seventy six mc my dead <hes> exactly so i mean for me. I'm only thirty two so i'm like you know oh. That's cool but i don't know i'd have to convince him. You know he's he's. I'm who knows like about touring all kinds of stuff and his bandmate is having being a baby. He's sixty niki six bass player. Oh yeah his wife's thirty three love. They're having a baby yeah no uh-huh and hey great doesn't he looked great. He looks great. I love caitlyn. I've known her for years. We did a movie together right. I love her yeah. She's awesome yeah and i you know it's so cool to have known because i got to meet say most before he met caitlyn and it was like how it's changed him. It's because is he was really great before he met caitlyn in the respect of like he had really worked on himself and he had done all this like inner work and and he was satisfied but like there it was you know i knew we all know what his persona is but i know on the inside he's like i just want to be like a boring family guy and like i love kids and then he met this person and unlike at each stage. You just leveled up. I have a kid and it's like oh. My god like who knew you could be this great like so great yeah and their wedding was beautiful and i like to think the same thing when i look at you like your wife i remember when you met her matter but like you guys were getting engaged and getting married and i saw pictures of her and she's beautiful beautiful and now you have a baby and you have a family and like you know. I think the greatest thing about kids is that you know when you get old. You have somebody there for you. You know what i mean. Which really sweet do you remember when we went on our lunch date. Yes liver had like crazy. We're right now. Red lipstick on yes and where did we go. I it was some west hollywood hollywood. Yeah and i remember like 'cause we had met once and then you're like we're both on vine. We should get lunch inch and i was like yeah. I think we just sat there and talked and yeah. We were both kind of like. 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Episode #1793 The New Phil Hendrie Show

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Episode #1793 The New Phil Hendrie Show

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Coverage, not available in some areas. Some use me require certain features, C. T., mobile dot com. Hey It's Henry for the world famous Phil Henry Show listen. We have a website here that not only has forty thousand hours and more of archive material we've got that Minnesota's to his. Canister Mr Reynolds is gotTa have it back soon but right now digitizing it on account of the documentary to doing feel you know they're doing a documentary about you I don't want to take the. That's that's by itself. Okay. What I mean, there's S- pretty impressive thing felt I know but it hasn't been made yet and I don't want to bug anybody about I'm not bringing that into the conversation. What I'm saying is we have lots and lots and lots of stuff that has yet to be digitized and placed onto our website even though it is in our possession but that's That's the archive. That's the world famous Phil. Hendrie. Show Archive, forty thousand plus hours of radio going back over twenty years. We also have our current net cast and webcast something that some people seem to think is pretty special and I made me among them. Okay. All Right Phil don't get. Pissy about it I'm not getting pissy about anything I also would like to tell you about various things we have such as Friday night chat we have our Saturday cinema we have we reach out and touch. We are a community we are a community of listeners we are community of of people, Aficionados of the finer things in life I said the finer things in life that means wine no I misspoke finer things in life. So join us once you with a backstage pass to the world famous Phil Hendrie show you can get it for a month you can get for a year you can. There's a lot of things you can get know. Bench anything but the one thing you want to get is a backstage pass the world famous Phil Hendrie Show Henry Show. Dot Com and pick one up today. Also, while you're on our homepage to the left, you'll see our service portal. If you have any questions if you are a subscriber, you have any service issues you have anything at all that you'd like to communicate. Right there is the place to do it because if you talk to me about it on either are fan page or over on wherever it ain't going to get done because it ain't my you know. Not. Your area of expertise thoroughly Mr Henry. Zero expertise Mr Henry is about the content of the show and yeah relations you know with the listeners, but the cat is. He's not he's not skilled enough. To do that, right in other words if you talked to feel about issues having to do with the technicalities and the technical end of the website, you are blowing it. You are you're blowing it. Phil emery show DOT COM that about says it All right. Awesome is fill every show the Pacific here in southern California. I wanted to avoid here for today the twelfth. Day Of August Twenty, twelve hundred. Mil. Thank you feel I wanted to get this moment out of the way because we have run. Turner on. Just so people know I don't know what it is. You guys. That's right. You don't know what we're GONNA talk about market. You don't know what we're going to talk about. It's important. It is something that I didn't think I could bring up to you. For fear that might not have allowed it. Yeah. There are big. You guys were afraid to bring something up to me for fear that I would not have allowed this on the air. Yeah I. Don't you know if you don't mind fill please don't make it. So this is a shock to you because you know you control the content you know I I know I control the content I'm just I'm just asking the question. Yeah you said. I mean, you said. Margaret said Bite I said let's run it by Phil. We've got Dr Ron Carter you want to go but don't don't don't don't. No no no no no no no no no no no no. No. All I want. No no no. No. No. I WanNa find out what this is about. All right field no. No. What are you? What are you? Your finger wagging like your little boy Shoe with the Old Lady in the shoe. And you're the eldest son it. She's about ready to bust with another kid you're going no no, no, no no. Right, yes. Sure. Oh. My God. Did you hear? Sure fill. This is important. All right. Let's get this guy i. mean let's get on doctor on Turner I. Know I know Dr Turner. I. Think he's a wonderful man and appreciate whereas he but. I'm sorry. Lane three. No, he's not on line three and line to. Run run how you doing hey. Break. Thank you very much for a heavy on the program I WANNA. Thank everyone for lifebeat of sort of take the lead on this. Well, what we wanted to do run let me tell what the problem is and then Ron you fill in the blanks that sounds very good. The problem is it's not really a problem. Wrong alerted me to this because he monitors a lot of the CHAP, the Fan chatted esp page and at the main fan page. This. The, time you spending with Jackie. Okay let me take it for. Not Criticizing this all. Okay. Now I get. Let me take it from here. Okay but we're not criticizing. We're trying to say you let me take it from here in the day. All right. Sorry run. I. Wanted To do this because I don't what Phil? Thick. Were jumping all over. You feel like we're dropping a leg over your face basically it just going. You know what I I it's. It's that was unnecessary crude way of putting it. What I'm trying to say, what are you trying to say try to say? This is an issue I think a lot of people are. Are you spending time with Jackie because you're getting bored with what your show you spending. Are you what what's going on? I'm not spending more time. Look at first of all, this comes as a as A. Told them that this would be kinda surprise because you don't think you spend that much time with her no I mean well, what is it felt? Yeah because there's a lot of people over the page or grousing at you know that you know how ads are. They could play. They grouse they rebel they think that you are the reason for their existence and I always I believe there all the time I've always say listen Phil is is I. Don't say village they listen Kaba Phil. I understand you and by the way Ron was a Phil I finish finished people why you are speaking on behalf of the fence. You're a fan before you became like a regular guest and contributor correct yes I used to listen to. It radio show and I stayed with him through his a podcast and at Douai bit over the BS page. I work around there I look I should use the word Lurk, I guess a lot of people over there when I told him that it was going to be you run they said. Wait a minute. We didn't even know he was a fan and I said that you were looking and I said excuse me. Fortunate word. Boy I don't get hung up on it I I do I I apologize for that. Makes me look as if I look at it, bedroom windows are going. Is No. I. Don't think it does and if you don't mind me weighing in because this is about me go ahead Phil. I don't think it does run your fan what I'm getting from you guys. Let me finish because there's a story. There's a lot more. We did preempt you. Go Yeah we're trying to do the best. We can go here I. Get it like a white he just sitting in the scenery. Goddamn, it. Don't you hear. I heard you were saying things over there like look at like a white man what does that mean old expression? What does that mean man it's an old expression Robert I don't use any Barabbas. Let's just be civilized people. Louis everybody's a friend here. Racist Man I. Agree it was racist. What type? Well, you're the guy that. You about to say, do it like a white man and then? Okay, I'm sorry. Going to be. Issue we'll just go. Ahead. All right with your. Be would say you're right. I wouldn't. Sorry. I've taught him. To say forgive me Robert. There are a lot of bad habits, a lot of us have. Only one doctor on todd. The right. Way your name is Dr Run Turner it sounded like Ron Totta. Dr Rod. You got a nasal condition. Condition I have allergies who you bind is that all right everybody gets it's it's all right with me. Okay. I just I just noticed you said, I've Dr Rod Todd because I've got allergies. The guy's got hayfever. Okay. Give it a rest. So I was over yes. Working run. I'm not saying you're a PERV with one hand gripping it and the other hand waving goodbye I'm saying if you let me finish what if you'll let me finish I've saying, I've used your word you're lurking and you're looking looking looking and listening. Yes. The word was phil looks like he's GonNa Start to What do you call it? Deprive listeners avoid the show? And we want to make sure that the case. Okay do I get to talk? Yes please yes. Go ahead. Yeah. except I do want to follow up with some questions fine. You can follow some questions that's the job we gave to do. All right. All right bud. But you don't talk to him. You Talk to all of your mind. You plug it be crippling wave goodbye. You're they're going finger finger loops look what I found. You know something if I were in the same room with you shoved ice pick into your throat. It every witness to that. That was the most crude thing you guys. I'm going to hang up on everybody if you don't shut up now, what is the story here? I'll remember that. What I'd say it was the following. You're the one that started out. Okay. Goodbye everyone please don't start talking. We've got a bunch of people who believe that you are spending a lot of time with Jackie at it saves to be the most important to get your life right now at the show is. Taking. A back seat and it may be the best work you're doing. All right. I appreciate all of that criticism. I don't necessarily disagree with that I. don't agree with it I. Think I'm working within the confines of my life we all work within the confines we all work within the context of our lives. No matter what our job we all have the effects of those of of what happens in our lives. Affecting we work. Is that to. Your. Face. You want to seventy saying, but it means, for instance, something bad is happening in your life or good. It's going to make you happy or sad but you go to work. When get it or don't get it either way shut up image. You're kidding right SORTA to knock it off. But you know you're only protocol of the rest of this community we're trying to get to what's going on Phil. There's nothing going on with me. If you want to know the facts I'm very happy I'm the happiest I've ever been I mean it could be the happiest I've ever been. That's a crazy statement that's an extreme statement, but that's quite possibly true I I if I look back in my life. that. The only time I was as happy is when I landed my Gig in La. And and I was happy becoming home to Los Angeles that that was. That was. Over twenty years ago that was as happy. Not Happier. Now, my life's good now as it pertains to my work. What because the rest of it, we don't really do care but we don't care defense fans care about your happiness phil but that much exactly. Okay. So we'll fill it remind. So has the show suffered I will say this. When you're going about your day and you are with someone, you care about and you want to show her this and you want to show her that and you WanNa show the World Bank and you gotta be careful got becoming. You WanNa stay you do have to be careful. Be careful with what? Shore the world. Yeah What else? Sixty nine states. Okay he's been hung up on anybody else wanted. Oh my God, kilowatts to sorry. We've just had sorry your mind's just went into the sewer where they usually go Mr Henry if going into the sewer, your steering, the panel I'm I'm Doug. Dang I mean but I'm Ed Banger. Your your Dickman I'm going to. Applaud your show pony start. Afterward Now To boy. Wow. Look at us as if we are just a collection of freaks like we're tod Browning's freaks and I'm standing on a table tabletop going one of us well. Run Back I. Don't know if you'll take the call him back. Yes, he will. Run. And he's here outbreak you're. GonNa take the call but I guess they will yeah. Great I apologize for hanging up on your run all sixty nine states no. Wow. So not a your business what I'm telling you is the following thing. You want to show her everything and that can intrude giving example last night. Well a better example last Friday. When I picked Jackie up from the airport, we went out to shadows Moon Shadows in Malibu. We had drinks we had dinner. It was a lot of fun. She was just in from Florida she to see California as she always doesn't thought maybe dinner by the ocean would be great moonshadow beautiful place we had dinner till I have a couple of POPs. Yes. I did was it evident during the chat right there real people were very concerned about your slovenly drug a better now thanks a lot for that run again and I know it was Slovenly and drunk and everything else I. Apologize For that I hope people will simply say, well, you know there's one fulfill he's having a ball with his girlfriend. Okay, right but. This goes back but he bought. It goes back steady buddy but. You know what? If you don't get that Hay fever fixed to the best I can with what I got. Okay. I got to the point with a with enterpreneur. What are the hell? Is it a epidemiologist? Guy that. Those about Hay fever. What whatever doctor? That is Jesus. H, that would be an allergist. With an allergist. Actually, I've got an appointment a guy named Al just I'm kidding I've got an appointment with don't don't hang up people. I was just about to okay, I'm sorry. But let's just. You do it and do it fast. All right feel we feel that. Well, you have. Your girlfriend of their great many things you do, but you gotTa Florida. You probably just do shows. What did we get? We gotta do pre show but we got regular old re rebooted re retrofitted you. What do you call? encore shows court shows. That disappointed a lot of people that so much. I remember I had a hard time with the first day. You're on the Air Florida would you went back? It was April April. April. Twenty nine. Yeah. You went back to the first not visit Jackie. At I remember hearing that I encore show at winter. What are you guys doing? Don't I? Yes I do I do you what do you call it We're you know habits that you're also concentrate of the show but I. Remember. Sitting down after breakfast had attempted. To. You're not gonNA talk about having an elimination. Are You I'm telling you? It was very difficult. What's that got to do with Phil being in Florida it was difficult because I I remember thinking. Ouch everything hurt. That's all I'm saying so I think you full cry that you're making that up. That's Dr Phil. Okay so I can't make this stuff up. Oh, my s you can't make stuff. You guys are clout now listen I respect and love my bs Sp's I respected of however many fans that I have I got God knows I love you guys but I will I refuse to believe you guys are trying to get a couple of laughs in and this thing about you sat down to take a dump the first I did not I was. January. Bullshit. Well, there were people. That's why we didn't bring it up to you. We didn't bring it up because there were a lot of people talking. I said he's never going to believe that exactly USB for specifics I presume ex US peter reports for the Fed base. I. Reported for the Fan Base. What are you? What would be? So everything that I could run I want you to be happy you got a new girlfriend you have your son you got your career I want you to be happy. But one of the that makes me happy is the filigree show and. Slapping him. Oh. Is that what I'm doing? You're. You're making it though you got a brand new group with your spacehab. You feel. That is a crude way of saying you're kind of lolly gagging about early gang league gagging about. Are You doing that? Are you not are you? Are you concentrating on your work? Yes I am. I'm working hard as a matter of fact, I've got a couple of other things couple other irons I got in the fire that will not share with anybody because got nothing to do with radio or by podcasts or anything else like that. But yeah, I got a lot of shit going on what my honest. People like in the language. The language thing as to its bill I tell them. That's how you I apologize folks but I figured why be a phony about it? Right All this language go by get so upset with all the the language on the show and I finally let rip with one fill know your soul Visayan with Andrew Right. Now I let angry about angry at all. You just went. Margaret you want to hear it yourself these days. We'll say part you're sounding board Borthwick. It sounds like if they're I'd there were testicles the drop if there were if I see you anywhere out on the street turner run. I'd tell you if I see you out on the street, you better just start to run in the opposite direction that I'm heading okay that what you know what I'm talking about wait a minute. So have we cleared this bs up we'll fill if you think it's BS. Bs, I I'm sorry I shouldn't say we clear. I am totally devoted to the show. That's really what I here. Yeah that's it. That's all. Are you devoted to this show? Yes God Almighty. Yes. By life the only thing that I've had in my life. Now I have a beautiful woman in my life who I love very much I go out I have a life outside of my work that only makes you better. Okay. Yeah, that's. A lot of people but disagreeing, well, guess what they're going to be very, very pleasantly surprised it's making it better. Okay. Go out tonight and I don't at this is last night. This goes big play back a day. Later you're going to go and you're going to look at the stars. Right. There's a meteor shower on the eleventh and the twelfth. So it can be happening tonight we could be going back out tonight as well on August eleventh and August twelfth. Hold on hold on. Hold. On. Hold. On. August brokers, a bedier shower. There's a bean shower. What does that Bedier should what? What? A what Tartar nothing nothing? There's a show that'd be sure Jackie you'll go out there on the beach. You'll have a blanket. Layout you look at the beat of your Senate. Your Business, what we're GONNA do how about that? We're GONNA go out. Oh, by God we're GonNa go. To tell you what we're doing and go out. Yeah. We'll have a blanket lay out there and look at the meteors showering down from the heavens. This is a big meteor shower. You guys haven't heard about it phil wait a minute a big meteor shower that a lot of people may or may not have heard about I suggest if you live anywhere where you're not near a lot of city lights if you'd go out to a field or a beach or anywhere the mountains anywhere where there's not a lot of city light artificial city light. And there is no full moon that I know of anywhere. The Moon. Rises. Later on tomorrow morning like twelve, fifty, four something like that i. don't know what kind of a moon it's going to be the point being. Anywhere with is not light you're going to see one Helluva show according to the media doesn't meteorologists those would be be okay. Well, then why don't you know about it? About, it decided to do about it. I just tell you. I don't WanNa see you pull it out there. SPEC it. Hab with your eyeballs glued the rises. Barbara's this this beater shower and I think about the business. I'm the Guy who looks at beat here showers, and if there will worth looking I don't let you don't. Say. Well I to find out about it from some meteorologist or not God. Damn it it's called it astrophysicists cards apologised astronomer. Okay. Yeah you would have heard about it for be if I thought you were worthy but tool far people are telling me that your bag the dog with your show. Thanks a lot everybody for I'm banging on the dog with my show. That's. DAGI's yeah. All right. We'll go I'm not I'm going to be on it and I will report back on the show tomorrow as to the meteor shower that we saw and I hope that that's good enough for you. I don't want anybody going out there and say, Hey, rod harder didn't know about the Beatles. Yes. I do all about the shower. Okay. We sounds like being shower bedier shower, right? Beat beanie showers something. Shero. beanies. Sorry Ron. Appear shower. Yes I do all about it. Yeah. Alright Ron. Sorry. Thank you very much for interceding on behalf the fan community days. Appreciate it. You do. I care very much about your show Phil Yeah I care about meteor showers I care about beatty showers. Sorry but I care about about you and that's that's what I. Call it talk about alright run I. Love you brother. Thank you I. Love You. All right. Thank you very much i. hope that I am doing my best. I'm trying my best. Yeah, Jackie's important me. Yes. She's part of my mom. She's a part of everybody's life. Now she's bored of of the shows life. She's a piece of all of us. And The film show has gone through a great many different changes down two years. It has been record breaking. It has been inter galactically known it has gone into its digital phase his we've gone a lot of places in a lot of things. We still have many places to go many things to do many. People see before I sleep is now what the Robert Frost. Whose Robert Frost? Robert. Robert Trust Yeah. All right up. Sorry. All right. Ron. Thank you and I will continue to rely on you and the BSP's and everybody. Hear you bud. Robert Margaret. Thank. You very much and you of course General Shaw for your input. Will Get I'm kidding around God Damn Guy can't have two or three left in this thing. Yeah. Just trying to have a couple of laughs that'll have a couple of laugher left's. Laugh. All right. Thanks a lot run. Everybody will be right back. world-famous would who is that guy? UGLY TV? Yeah. dotty Wilbert NAP Donnie will that study wilburs the host of the show that's one of the criminals he's talking about. Oil Get OUTTA here man we'll be back world-famous Phil Hendrie show coming up as TOM DOT COM and Tom Dot com has nickelback news you ready for this who nickelback Oh, the band for me for the nineties we're GonNa hear all about nickelback Tom Dot, com I duNno. Coming up world-famous Phil show the world famous Phil. Hendrie. Show brought to you by Forman's flower a wonderful baking treat make cookies cakes, all kinds of pastries, doughnuts, everything your heart desires with Forman's flower get it in the hefty ten pound bag. Put It on your face and go ooh I'm a ghost foreman's floor since eighteen twenty eight. This is Rick Santer Hall hurt every morning on w. a.. W.. A.. W. O.. That's. Six to nine. Am every morning on W. Awa wwl I'm here to tell you all about the Fisher it helps pull your underwear out of the crack of your Aspen. Really. I just like to tell you about my Radio Show W. W. O. W. A. W. O. every morning six to nine. Yeah. Go ahead by the Fisher, get a credit card out and buy it. It's right here. The Fisher pulls you know the wedgie Eddie or ask anyway I'm Rick Zander Hall My Show W. W O. W. W O. Okay. Let's like eight call letters now I'm sorry W. A. W. O. a five. Let's good. Really Center Hall and the Fishhook Tell Them Accenture what whoever the hell you're talking to. The world famous to. Help a southern California is. Very. Much Robert Top. Data joining US look at time I got no problem with you at all I think you're a good guy I just jumped off because a radio consultant for Chicago. You seem to think, I don't like you. Know it's not that I don't like it I. Don't like to David Hall is always having you call me bill. Let's start of money trump dot gov. okay. I'm already because I know how to do radio. And doing it for an I'll do it the best of my ability. Salt radio you know we're all a little bit. We're all caught off guard by this situation where I think everybody knows Radio Down We. Plan. Everybody knows we're in a very delicate situation. One that is causing a great deal of fear and panic one that has got people afraid to leave their homes. It's got people afraid to. Afraid to make a move for figure that they're going to become infected with some kind of a disease, you notice going to affect the what does that Have to do with this but I'm sorry. I don't think he's talking about the colonel. You don't talk about two, hundred five or so you. Talking about the fact that there's no more radio for radio consultant to move in you're you're making it sound like it's the coronavirus pandemic. Corona virus yes. That's bad. Would I don't know what are we talking about here? You're talking about why you're calling him. You going to talk about nickelback talking about nickelback but here's the reason why I'm calling fill because you thought you were talking about what has really devastated the radio industry of the last ten years. It's the fact that there is no board radio to consult. And as a result of that I've had to but to the digital platform where you own your own material, you own your own show. In, other words go. It's hard to say this but there's no talent left to push around. You know. Maybe you could get to it there's no talent left to push around. You know feel like pick you sound very bad to the your audience that good listen. Cute. The they're going to study study little Brat. No no I didn't say it. You said a Tom that you can't just call up a talent someplace and say, here's what you gotTa do here's the wreckage you gotta play. Here's this stuff you gotta say that doesn't exist anymore does it Let me do this. Does it Tom let me do this Phil I wrote a talk to Margaret if you don't mind go ahead. And yes. Feel you are the most of the show so you're the boss but I'm GonNa do this Tom Obviously feel is having a hard time. With his attitude he comes from a radio as talent if you will call them that quote unquote. Yes sure. That's great. Margaret going to get the Buddhist still. So, Phil comes from radio as quote unquote talent. and has an attitude and it's a negative attitude to a radio consultants and so forth. But here's the thing that I think we need to make clear to people. You were and our consultant of Audio Entertainment Radio You, do digital are you working in Europe? Now do a lot of consulting of European station because European radio. Is still alive and well I mean there's people a Europe be the data they want to they want to. Talk about stuff. But here in the United States where you used to be able to call a radio station and tell the program director what to do or tell the talent what to do you can't do that anymore. Wearing more. But. The reason is all of a sudden as powder still called like you sound like an radio people they own. The boss, the show. And I'm supposed to go and they would also call them to do I. Try to call this guy up. I'm not gonNA, do fill. So when you call up someone who owns his own material, owns his own show on essentially his own effort. There isn't a whole lot. You can tell them you can consult with him. With him, that's why I do own. What? What is this thing nickelback? What does that go back is a ban I don't know anything about nickelback and I don't I don't know filled as but nickelback August fourteenth nickelback. Their go to do something I. Don't want it is a lot of people said it's going to be a documentary or new albums going to drop. Or someone's GonNa drop. Drop out of their rear end for right now. But nickelback is Kinda. Lame people nickelback. Probably. Not a good. Not a good. Thing to I don't know anything about it. Filled impregnated Nancy's other. The other. See. That's you should speak with Robert and bud with some respect you know. Okay, Robin Just, you can speak to them a little bit of respect. Robert is a very intelligent man he is black and but is. Damaged neurologically. Talk to a black guard. Wait a minute. What is this anyway to talk to me at all I'm trying. I'm coming from an old school you know mind let's just you. You should speak with respect to them. Coming from school. Now, what does this today I had to take some stuff from Antonio Not GonNa, take this stuff this guy you know what? Maybe we should conclude this phone call unless you can bring yourself into the present moment, which is nickel back now I'm very interested in this. Brand. The nickelback John from nickelback down. It's just all these racist today. You know you got to cut out the racism you too. Ma'am. I didn't do anything. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Go Margaret I ve got it till. Don't wait nickelback focused focused off. Nickelback yeah you're right. Nickel nickel back. I'm just trying to fill nickleby try to tell Phil. Legal back. To get on that because the What why do I gotTa Get on? NICKELBACK. NICKELBACK is right. I've heard of the band. Yeah. Have you heard the music I probably haven't that shows you an old guy. I am. But I probably haven't yet mister people don't like wait wait wait wait wait a minute. So you don't know but you know who they are. Who they are I mean my my step kids listened to him in the ninety s Zenit well more than just the nineties doing the nickel nickel bag comes from Canada. Okay and I got an album are something's going to happen on the on the fourteenth? that. Okay I'm just all I'm saying is you might want to just tell yourself i. want you to wrap yourself around nickelback the list for the next two days. So, how's he supposed to do that? How do you want me to do that? All right like every day that say, Hey, Phil Hendrie and this is the Phil Hendrie we're watching nickelback zero. You Know Phil Hendrie here always by nickelback. Tom Do you even know why nickelback significant don't. You asking me to do this shit for because I thought it would what I'm trying to do is heard before about her ability this is her her personality. Okay. Her have been telling me not herb heard H., E. R. D. H. E. R. B.. For talent. So, heard. Mentioned nickelback enough times. It'll do what what it does is reverberate into the audience and they'll go nickelback Hey, you know and they go well, Henry does but nickelback excuse me there's a hair in my nose up part I'm sorry. Know that. I'm sorry but there is a hair hanging out of my nose year outset hurt. So nickelback becomes onto tip of your tongue and everyone. You know. What's the point man but I got it what's the point man? The point is that. People Begin to aligned in there. With you and nickelback abandoned his very in my pitch what I've heard very divisive I mean, what makes them that way? Why is nickelback soon? So divisive, I. I. Don't know anything about him. I've never heard of them until free days ago. What I'm reading here on the Internet is their music is something you either really like or really hate they are either considered to be very deep an emotive and musically sophisticated or lame? There's no middle ground. That's really good man that you want me to my fortunes to that What. I. Make the case that Phil Henry seen the same way. Oh. Is that right? Jesus is that right? That's right. You'll be. Very. Deep Very. You know important. All right. Well, I, mean, if that's the case I guess nickel becks band I guess I don't know but just the next few days I want to be the villain ratio, your official nickelback show. Sure, that's going to happen man. God Damn. That's right. That's what I do. It's something. He Does Ron top your names Tom. We talked to a guy named, Ron. It's something. He does Ron Tom he goes year Phil loves to laugh and then realize that the left is going to take him to hell and so he winds up in hell. Yes. He here. He's going from laughing screaming. You're not. That's kind of. GUESS WE'LL KEEP IT in mind to fissile nickelback official nickelback show. This is. Your official nickelback show. And then people what's going on fourteenth we'll let you know and then you know that you read up a nickel back and you find, Hey, there's a new album coming out make sure your new nickel backup maybe there's a documentary get a hold out to. Play the you can play the songs. The first album comes up, play the play the songs I'm going to have to pay s kept fees and stuff. Creep. Cheap creep. I do I gotTA. Pay. Fees if I play that stuff unless they say, okay here it is the nickelback album. Once, once only as like if it's newsworthy or something like that. The. Okay. Tom I got it. I know your opinion Obama cheap creep. Okay. You want to pay my ass fees. Look like Mr. Moneybags God. There goes his voice voices we cannot again Tom. Play me. Every time I call his show. Your Voice Sounds Asinine, care every time I call, and I try to let Mr Henry again on something good something grab. He makes fun of me or says talk got a big fat pig you guys should burn in hell all of you not just Mr Hendry. The more you talk the dumber you sound I don't care. I've had it. I I try to get my voice really low and then finally you guys. Wonder. How. To. Traffic. Daughter. Do Anything. Stupid. Yeah. About. Tom. Why don't you go have yourself another drink? Okay. Your Voice by Change Your Voice by change between now and dinner. The like you announced. Truck around me over. The. Like you fill. Just sorta tolerate you. Yeah. Okay. Well, thanks a lot for the nickelback Info Amana, and this is your official nickelback station telling you Tom I'm hanging up on you. Nickleback AH, go like that. Well what do you take call I? You're right. Why do I good question? Why do I take us call that is that's the question of the hour for any of us on any topic with any person. Why Do I. Take His Famous fill every show the Pacific on southern California the second by fill every for separate incorporated all rights reserved a podcast one. You'll forget coming up this week is going to be our new newsletter. 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Exciting Announcements: Become a Womanniac!

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#A194 (announce to annualize)

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08:00 min | 2 years ago

#A194 (announce to annualize)

"Hello words welcome to another episode of the dictionary i word it is announce a an n. o. u. n. c. this is a verb from the fifteenth century. I we have the transitive definitions one to make known publicly synonym is uh-huh proclaim as in announced the deal to a to give notice of the arrival presence or readiness of as in announce announce dinner to be to indicate beforehand synonym is foretell three to serve as an announcer of as in announce a football game. Now we have the in transitive definitions one to serve as an announcer to a to declare one's candidacy as in announce for president to be to declare oneself politically as in announce against a nominee and we have a synonym for the whole word is the word declare. The etymology says this is from <hes>. Let's see the latin on noon. Tiara which is from noon tiara which means to report that is from noontime noontime which means messenger next we have announcement. This is a noun from seventeen eighty one one the act of announcing or of being announced to a public notification or declaration three a piece of formal stationary designed signed for a social or business announcement next we have announcer. This is a noun from circa sixteen eleven one who announces as is a a person who introduces television or radio programs make commercial announcements or gives station identification. My dad was as i've mentioned before made his living doing mostly of voiceover work for radio and t._v. And so <hes> a lot of the time he was the announcer he was the person at the end saying you know by the cereal or whatever he did do a few cartoon voices as well for commercials <hes> but oftentimes he was the announcer which i always thought was pretty cool. <hes> be a person who describes and comments on the action in a broadcast. I sports event next. We have annoy a. n. n. y. This is a verb from the thirteenth century. Transitive definitions are one to disturb or irritate especially by repeated acts and i'm sure none of us have ever done anything like that ever ever in our life to to harass especially by quick brief attacks now we have the in transitive definition and it just says to cause annoyance annoy your is a noun. We have some synonym information for annoy. It says annoy vex erc doc bother mean to upset a person's composure. Annoy implies a wearing on the nerves by persistent petty unpleasantness as in their constant complaining annoys us vacs implies greater provocation and stronger disturbance and usually connotes anger her but sometimes perplexity or anxiety as in vexed by her son's failure to clean his room erc stresses difficulty enduring during and the resulting weariness or impatience of spirit as in careless waste irks the boss bother suggests interference with comfort or peace of mind as in don't bother me while i'm reading and we have another synonym at the end it says in addition you could also assoc- the word worry w. O. r. r. y. Next we have annoyance. This is a noun from the fourteenth century one the act of annoying or of being annoyed to this state of feeling or being annoyed synonym is vexation three are- a source of vexation or irritation synonym is nuisance as in the delay was a minor annoyance next we have annoying. This is an adjective from the fourteenth century. Causing vexation synonym is irritating as in an annoying habit or also is in annoying questions. Annoyingly is an adverb next. We have the word annual will. It's the first form of two <hes> it is an adjective from the fourteenth century one covering the period of a year as in annual rainfall to occurring or happening every year or once a year synonym is yearly as in an annual reunion three completing the life cycle in one growing season or single year as in annual plants. Annually is an adverb. I was always a little bit confused with the phrases annual plants and perennial plants and i'm sure there's others <hes> if i'm remembering correctly an annual plant is one that <hes> grows and lives in a year but then the next year it doesn't come back you have to replant it and i think perennial plans are ones that automatically come back every year they grow they have their life cycle in one year or one season <hes> but then the next year they come back. If i'm wrong. Please let me know the etymology for annual says it is from the latin on wallace which is a blend of the latin on newes which means yearly <hes> and the word analyst which means also means yearly uh-huh interesting and it is a probably akin to the <hes> gothic. No it says g. o. t. h. the only thing i can. I think that that's an abbreviation for is gothic but i'm sure there's other another language that starts with which i cannot think of at the moment <hes> anyway the word off nam naum <hes> that means years and that is from the sanskrit a taty which means he walks or goes interesting set of. They're all right next. We have the second form of annual. This is a noun from the fourteenth century won an event that occurs yearly lee to a publication appearing yearly three something that lasts one year or season specifically a plant went that completes its life cycle in one growing season and we will do one more for this episode. It is the word annualise a. n. n. u. Okay l. i. z. This is a verb a transitive verb from nine hundred ninety six to calculate or adjust to reflect a rate based on a full year as in quarterly returns yielding at an annualized rate of seven percent. That is the end of the episode road. Oh except they have to pick a word as i mentioned maybe one day i'll actually get used to this. Oh let's just go ahead and pick the word annoy because <hes> as a sibling. I think i have done a lot of annoying in my past. I've also been annoyed a lot and i'm guessing most or all of you have also been annoyed or have annoyed people <hes>. I think this is something that we can all relate to all right. Thank you very much and until next time. This is spencer reading the dictionary goodbye.

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