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#267: Married + House Hacking with Nina and Walker Noon

Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

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#267: Married + House Hacking with Nina and Walker Noon

"You're listening to the denver real estate. Investing podcast brought to you by the envision advisors at your castle real estate and everyone today. I've got nina and walker new in the studio so a lobby of actually talked with walker walker is one of the agents on our team and also helps a lot behind the scenes and the nina is walker's wife and about just a year ago. They bought their first house. So ask them come on here to share their background about just setting their goals buying their first house using as a feature rental property goner contract managing it living through mates especially as a as a married couple and then kind of moving on as future plans. So guys have you here. Hey chris thank you so good to be here. It's not every day you get to talk to your spouse's boss so yeah. This is pretty fun exciting. All right. i'm glad and finally get to sit in this position of seen it. So many times from the sideline so glad to have you guys on here. And i gotta pick on you first because as walker and rob about and real estate investing and really how sacking a very male dominated sport and typically with couples. It's usually the the husband leading the charge and some degree behind them. The girls being dragged along a lot of times to stereotype it. So what was your reaction to house on. Did you hear about it. And i know walker took the lead book from your perspective. How out yet know for sure. That is exactly what happened We moved in together. You know couple years before we bought this house and we were renting a property in denver And walker started listening to a ton of podcasts. Reading at ten bugs listening to audible books And he kind of hit me full force with like hey. I really think we need to have roommates. And what are you talking about. We just moved in together. Why would we bring in. Someone like live with us. That we don't know and it was kind of like he. He pitched down such a high level of like. This is a great source of income. You know we we have people around all the time like we won't even notice when i was like no you are. This is raw now. And this was her roommate in rental. Yeah well so yes and no like. We'd always planned on buying a house. Like walkers super stay We kind of do that. We would be buying soon or at least trying to buy soon and he had pitched it like we can definitely by soon and then we can buy a ton more and like ran all those out and you know i didn't grow up like my parents don't have rental properties. This wasn't something. I was familiar with at all An and that's just kind of out. Started like i was very hesitant. Very almost like put my guard up like automatically know and so it took a few months of conversations really of him lake slowing down. Dumbing down to like a. This is why we want this and not so much like. Hey we need this in this like. We're doing it every thought about that a lot. Yeah what's your side story walker. I came with the completely wrong approach. Started with hey. Let's buy a house with a couple of extra bedrooms and let's rent them out and that was it. That was my pitch. It wasn't like hey there's way to you know live for free. Have someone else pay our mortgage Straight to the point like hey. We should get roommates. And she goes. I mean she just shutdown. Here is the problem. You didn't lead with a benefit either. Benefit lead with the y. Yeah this is. The end goal makes us in the future. Yeah yeah and i do think like now. Obviously that i know more about it and we're doing this in practice walker. Listen to so many. Smart people on these podcasts and so many people who had taught him to think this way i'd never heard anything about it so once i started like he shared with me. After in this month you know was it was over a few months that it it of conversation so he shared with me like hey like just listen to this like hey like read this article or read about it a little bit and familiarize yourself with what i'm trying to say because i didn't deliver the message i wanted to and that definitely helped because there's so many smart people and clearly it's so successful in building you know financial freedom financial success at least some sort of we just started our careers. A couple years ago like we're not that far into it but it it changed our mindset of like you know what we can do. We don't have to expect that we're working till sixty five. If we just like learn a little bit about our approach with real estate so out of the podcast and blog she shared one. That was the moment for you. I don't know if it was the aha moment or if it was just timing was incredibly right. So one of my roommates from college actually moved to denver at the tail end of our when we were renting and she didn't have a job didn't know anyone here besides us and so it's kind of pretty natural transition and we were like you know what like take extra bedroom in our rental property and we'll figure it out as we go so she moved in with us in january of twenty twenty and we had already started are like of really shallow. How search like we knew that we are lease was through june. So we can't do anything right now but You know we started talking about it and like kind of in that six month period we saw how it went living with her which was really easy because i'd lived with her for three years in college So isn't expecting anything crazy. She was great roommate. She's roommate But yeah it kind of made sense. Then when we started looking at houses and walker an i kept having these roommate. Conversations was like yeah. You know what it's been totally fine having her there and having us live there It was just the three of us then in our situation is low at different. But i think it just opened my eyes having that at the time which i thought was temporary but like having it living with it and then when we bought our house it was a pretty easy conversation. And when you guys start your house sought in whatever state timeframe it was always here going in there with the hopes walker of house acting with roommates and nina for you. Were you just go. Hey going to be our our forever home for a year to turn to rental like what was your start. What was your your frame of mind. Yeah we're we're actually all over the border. I think like some of the houses. We toured word fixer uppers. We were like okay. You know what we can do it. It's fine this one's really cheap like we can get it and just fix it and then the one we ended up in that. I absolutely adore like it could be a forever home or at least like a long-term home but we've changed our mindset of like it doesn't have to be our forever home right now. We're very much excited to continue. Getting properties and touring around. And we've kinda started touring a little bit right now just for fun But yeah i i i. I definitely feel an appropriate level of detached from the house. You know i love it. Love living there. Great location serves as well But we'll still have it. Let's thing we're not gonna sell it. I'd be anti selling it for sure. Okay so go no go ahead so you You know your your mind set shifted. He guys out there hunting and walk your your day on this on this deal. Obviously for you guys. Wolves hunting process like imagine. I'm kidding i just give us a quick down on what she looked at what the market was like and then talk about current house. We started looking pretty early in december just to kind of get a feel for what was in the area. We lived in corey merrill at the time right next to wash park and we were set on that area and so giving like having that time to kind of look around we expanded the search and kind of moved west-east all over the place but kind of stayed more central and during that time pre covid. There was a lot of houses to look at. I mean we made our way around Had a good idea for what we wanted living with the roommate we did realize having three people to one restroom was really tough not great race a great ratio and so there were a couple of houses that had three bedrooms two bath and it was like that. That's going to be tough especially having roommates so that i mean how surge was was fun. Good experience ended up. I think putting five offers in and we probably got the best one accepted outside is it was a learning experience. I every time we'd miss out on an offer it'd be like i call the agent. Hey what what do we need. What did we miss in. Learn something every now and then like oh hey exclusion clause appraisal gap. All these little things you could do that. I had no clue. That was my first contract right like i was looking up youtube videos. I was talking to my managing broker at a commercial. Because at the time you you're you're a commercial broker specializing in and no one does knowing did residential your brokerage right. That is correct. I actually. I had my schoolwork from the real estate classes that i took and it was like all residential and i brought all that out and i'm like flipping through looking at contracts. I'm like oh man. This is This is this is way different so it was. It was a learning experience and it was fine. I'm glad to have it like behind us now. Yeah Get the first one out of the way but it was. I mean it was. it was a good process. And we've definitely refined our search for the nex next one. We know kind of a lot more specific. Search all right. So let's let's talk some numbers. So where did you into buying this house at your future into. Where is it like right now in virginia village. We absolutely adore the neighbor head. Which i didn't expect when when. Marcus said on corey merrill like my heart was set on corey merle. There's it's a beautiful neighborhood so close to the park so central denver. And so i was like i can't imagine living here Of course that didn't happen. But i kind of feel the same about this neighborhood and it's it's crazy because it's so close we can. I can take a jog over to our old rental in like less than ten minutes. It's awesome but yeah so so. I think actually moving forward looking at this next house. Obviously it'd be great to find something inquiry merrill wash park park But i'm i love this neighborhood tune. It's a little bit don states flying under the radar definitely a sought after neighborhood for sure just like a hair under and so i feel like it's a really good spot for us. The houses are typically newer builds their larger two bed one bath in the wash part corey merrill neighborhoods which we totally you for us in our next The next move we make. But you have this. This neighbor has been really fun. I think what do you think. I've loved it so far. It's been good. There's were closed. We have a lot of the neighborhood retail center right across the street. Ace hardware there. It's been great for house. Projects convenient walk their walk. There and i have a few things. Come back like no pause. And kind of what i'm doing so it's been good and we got lucky and found the house in the first week of the kovic shut down and surprising or not. We ended up going under contract below asking ten thousand below asking. And i mean it was just lucky timing. I shut down like that that four to six weeks. There's no new is going on and they'll probably go and free now couple of bucks or lists like that. Yeah i mean that opposite now. I the exact now. It's just crazy. And i remember was purchase price so the purchase price was five fifty five. Okay so let's say five sixty five fifty and you're saying nina had sorry i cut you off so we i mean we. We were looking at houses for awhile and nina. Nina was one that will see a house. All right let's see this okay. And she showed me this house and it was right at right above our price range when she first showed it and i was like house like no. Let's you know let's keep looking elsewhere. And what was it. Six days later seven days later after the shutdown. She said it to me again. Just hey let's go look at it. I was like all right. Let's go yeah. Yeah knows it was awesome. That walker reported us. Because you know like he's like. I would see something that looks so attractive to me and perfect and i'd send it to him and even even for the ones that were out of our price range that we had set for ourselves as like. Let's just go look like let me see. Let's find because this whole process we're learning what was important tasks and so and you see what the value has like. What is that extra hundred thousand dollars buying us exactly and walker kind of mentioned it earlier but everything we learned on the previous contracts that fell through. I would go into these showings knowing like okay. Just 'cause this is the list price doesn't necessarily mean like you know we can. We can get strategic with this because we learn so much from everything that he had done before which at the time felt painful but now looking back that was invaluable that we just kind of threw ourselves into the fire walkers specifically like he learned so much and not getting he was youtube being he was calling friends. He was calling friends of friends. Thing like hell. I need to get this help me out. And he was learning so much incredible. That's an awesome trait like that's how you become successful. Just say he figured out. I now and and even you know switching from commercial to now working on this team like you can see his interests are like your interests are so peaked because before in commercial you're still so interested on this side and you were spending your free time learning about this side and so now that you work in a i feel like you're i don't know like you're really harboring on that natural interest in natural instinct that has to be successful. You know in our personal lives to at this house but we we are this. How herb night. Send him this house than he was getting really excited kind of on the higher end of our budget. And he's like you know what like immediately. Shut down i. I am not setting at a tour for this house. 'cause you're gonna get so stuck on it because there were no projects that needed to be done which was pretty rare for the budget. We were looking know we were looking kind of right at that. Like hi. four hundred like low five hundred's which you can still find a stellar house but typically it's like okay. The bathroom is from updated. Ease so stuff like that. We're we're like going into thinking we'd have at least one project do so we find this house and there's truly nothing and still like we have done nothing major in this house stairs. We didn't have to redo the sears tweaked. Thursday was fine but anyway so we go and he says no. We're not seeing this house. i'm not in. It was the day that it listed that. I sent it to him. Because i had those zillow like push notification setting we go and he says no you know two days later the kovic shutdown happens and it was like ever kind of didn't know what to do didn't remember this but like no one really knew what the shutdown men like. We stay like literally in our house or can we walk out can walk our dog outside. It was very unclear at the time everyone was too busy buying toilet paper and paper towels and seriously and no one in the real estate industry had come out when they announced the shut down. The real estate industry was like okay. So can we still tour clients. That was super gray and kind of weird and so i thought like okay. Well it's just me and walker like we're not seeing anyone outside of our family. And so i said let's just go toward the house and so we go through the house because everything shut down role working kind of weird and so we go through the house and and more calls the agent. And he's like. I'm going to be honest. This is out of our which by the way also seller being that walker. Did our entire house search like he was calling these agents to talk to them and get like no. I don't know which which i didn't understand was. I don't know if it's normal thing to do but you like reaching out to them and saying like hey i'm walking here's i am. Here's where i stand just like this honesty approach to them. Got us this house because she was like. You know why our sellers don't know what's going to happen with covid and so put in your offer. Like i understand where you're coming from that it's lower routier price range put in your offer and you know i'll talk with them but like yeah. They don't know what's gonna happen with covid either. They don't want this to sit on the market her so much. Fear and uncertainty in the time. And that's what got us this house in. It's been tenfold. Incredible of what we expected it to be. And that's i mean you know tip t walker because that's the thing agent should do. Don't but hey pick up. Talk agent and that communication. It goes a long way still this. We're not trading stocks jet all computerized that human to human interaction. Counselor things in real estate still so walker. I know you're a numbers guy. What was five stiff purchase. Prices that are five sixty five fifty five okay so five fifty five. What type of financing was it so we did a thirty year loan. We actually bought down the points a little bit sort. Three three point two five percent interest rate which now's a little high but at the time great great and then we ended up paying off pm fronts so five percents non-conventional five percent down conventional bought point paid Hit out pm so we ended up putting down. I believe close to thirty six so thirty six all in earnest money down. Payment loan costs all the closing costs. Right all in all right so we'll so Under forty which is great For you know a a half a million dollar asset and then your monthly pi ti. What's the approximate amount is twenty six hundred change. Twenty six close and so that. That's your your monthly payments. But you're right into the mortgage company removed so that extra the listeners out there that's principal interest and then your escrow for taxes and also insurance those costs you guys were living there and this is at least more than one bath. I that what's the what's the bedroom. Bath knicks four bed. Three bath so great mix so there's a master with the master bath upstairs and then two more bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs and then almost like a private suite. You'd say with its own bathroom. Take downstairs in the basement Twenty five hundred square feet so it's got a good mix to get spread out the basement. We've almost kind of rented out as little private sweet. They're probably here in our footsteps on top of mary. Now and then but There's a wet bar downstairs and so there's a saying and obviously mentioned the bathroom but like the rate that lives down there now. He'll do his whole breakfast. Thing at the wet barks. It's a it's like a mini kitchen setup. Kind of down there with cabinets at whatever he can store his his death that He needs down there so walker talked airbnb out yet. You get a wet bar down. There would have to. And and that's something i learned once i got here is there's other ways to house hack so this is a great so great lay out And so you guys moved in and i it sounds like you're you're college remains shoes living with you. Yeah he came in with you guys because it was a natural progression right transition. And then i don't know what it is with all my college people. I went to college nelson. So austin and denver similar so a lot of my friends have actually shown interest in denver and so another college best friend and moving to denver in june same situation. We were the only people she knew. One eight to kind of figure al. What pockets of denver she was interested in before signing a lease somewhere because she was completely unfamiliar number and so we were like great. We just bought a four bedroom house like two months ago. Come live in our house and it was like communication's key with with all of this like this entire process has had to be you know full transparency. But with her. She told us like. I'm with you guys for a few months. That's awesome. thank you so much. I won't be for no no. She paid us rent grit. Like i don't know it wasn't a we're it didn't it didn't have to be this weird structured roommate agreement just because we're able to communicate like she needed us for a few months. We were only going to get upside with her. You know staying in a bedroom that was going to be completely empty. And then that also transitioned like mine understanding like what we can manage more than just one person living with us like but but that's the thing like for me. My biggest hurdle was like. I don't want to live with someone. I don't know when. I don't roommates exactly. I didn't want craigslist roommates. Those like look. We bought this house this. I love this house. I had certain expectations of when walker. And i moved in together. I didn't want to let go of. It's different when you live with your call rates post high school roommates. Whatever your situation is y- there's like this understanding that. Not everything's going to be the way you want. And so letting that go for me was really tough or what i thought would be letting that go was my biggest hurdle when walker had brought up house hacking. Because like i don't want to like we're set in our way. I'm set in my ways so having you know my college great like they were in our wedding they're very close friendships to us Live with us. We're i knew that i had that. Communication already established in those friendships Made me feel way better about like if you're living here i don't feel rude or weird asking you to follow weird rules that i like and bring up the no shoes one because a bunch of our friends laugh list but like i hate shoes in the house. I don't know like to me that's gross. And so having all these people live here we put in our roommate agreement like please where she the house. Which sounds crazy but it got me to the point of being comfortable and it's not just that role it's like other. You know random things that might sound insane but in reality do they care about that not really like they live in a great spot in denver with people they know you know like the roommate thing doesn't have to look like how it looked like in college where you're just sucking it up that someone does something that bothers you you can really we actually set rules and say hey i'm i'm i'm result now and i realized hey here's a stuff whatever hey these needs to three or four things or like this is my goal is and here here are the rules and and that's a great thing too i think for him the sandwich specially for like i think for house especially for for for females especially in in in couples as well just because hey make sure it fits all about finding. Hey what's that right balance. Hey this makes sense as a future. It'll make sense only living here and you're not miserable as a person while you're there as well. Yeah yeah indefinitely. This was one thing. I'd bring up to walker. He didn't bring he didn't bring these rules at all. Because i think typically with guys and girls like guys are so much more everything's fine. It's fine and girls are a little bit more like no this kind of bothers me with roommates situations. typically cleaner and like neater and all that stuff Not the walkers not the cleanest person i now but it was just like this effort. Yeah this was guy. Give me some credit clean. However i brought office with them. I admit he's a very clean. Organiz gentlemen. I think i was like a little bit. Anti no. Rules and anti guy remains Says look i'm a very clean person in. That will not do well with me but like setting the rules sitting just like this conversational. Guideline up about expectation. Just won't be open communicate. Yeah because i mean walk. I know you all now. I mean you wanna lease stuff in writing documentation right and so you're you know you're still taking everything in terms of the investment portfolio right so you're taking the lead on here. How are you bouncing out the. Hey run your landlord hats and then also wearing your your hat as a husband. And how are you making sure all that fits welfare. Everyone that the the roommate agreement was something big. And that's something. I gave to her. Because i heard two right out now set. The we sat down and talked about it. Like what was just like bullet points so okay. I got a pre an example from one of my friends. Who's doing the same thing. And he had a good roommate agreement lined out it kind of went through like every not broken down like five room so it has like like living room kitchen pantry. I dunno it went into great detail and one of the great things of having a roommate with us in our rental house before we moved into. This house is kind of set down after a couple of months. We're like okay. Like how do we want to go. Like what are we want to set up front and that was a huge help just having that to go off of because just a little trial. Run an and moving forward. We set expectations and like looking back. It's been good and it's kept us that those expectations and that's one of the things that like. Now it's like exhausting. It's like. Oh i wanna just like bill to just leave stuff and not worry about it for a while but all your enrolls right. We have rules here. Yeah like sometimes it keeps you yes. You probably do the dishes tonight. It's like what i do. We have that in there. Just take it out tonight like it's certain things like that so you wondering contract the first able moved in may may i may i or come up on almost a year now. So you've had two of your roommates nina from from college right. But there's been some turnover i don't think like to the hardest walker. You know as you ve been chitchatting like he mentioned. Someone's coming someone's going. Yeah but there's been some think non college roommates right. Believe the flip that's happened so the the roommate that moved in june. Who told us she was temporary. She debt you know picking a spot Kinda like it's called co they're trying to brand that section of the neighborhood but it's like colorado kinda hail neighborhood A bunch of really new awesome apartments all right there so she ended up moving there and we found through One of our high school friend walker. And i've been together since high school so like i feel like i feel like there's a lot of trust that goes on in like oh someone never high school. Yes i knew them from high school so anyway. Yeah there's not many friends that are like separate friends so we found or or one of our high school friends actually connected us to our first male roommate who he was great friends with in college and said like hey. This guy moved to denver doesn't really know anyone He's living in an apartment by himself. Kind of just wants like that roommates scene and we were like. Yeah you know this. This mutual friends one of the most trustworthy people. Nicest people i've met ever like. Yeah for sure Guy moves in. Is the exact exact persona of this high. School friend. Like so kind. So i don't know just so you still hubert. Herman high school well. If the friend that moved in with that background check the funny thing was. He's he was from texas from houston into a rival high school of rs. Yeah it's like yeah connection. It's like six degrees of separation. Yeah like fintech sydney. She's like oh. Hey i know him from high school. And i'm like i'm never met this guy in my life but anyways yeah he's been he's been awesome and also was a huge piece to me like feeling great about this decision that we made 'cause 'cause even when we had a couple i was still waiting waiting for it to hit the fan. I was like what am i gonna break. Am i gonna not like this boy you when we because we shed a few days ago in preparation get our outline here. You're saying people's reactions. Mo paraphrase is that like from you guys looking through mates has boyfriend girlfriend or engaged couple of versus living through as a married couple and it was very interesting. What you said other people's perceptions of that was it's it's it's kinda weird so like a lot of my girlfriends like almost had to Coach them in a conversation about like this was a decision we made as mary couple looking at our personal finances where we wanna be and for them. It was really weird. Like if walker. And i weren't married. She's like. I can totally see that because you know now she. There are several of my friends. I've had to talk to about this And even our parents like they kind of were pretty. Both parents were really like this is weird. Why now. I'm worried about guys together before marriage but worried about the roommate situation. They did not care at all so very traditional. Then how brought that up to you. Because i didn't hear much of that. Miami i heard all of it from like my dad was like okay interesting. Yeah both of our moms about this moore. The guy guy and the goal is very different. Okay same maybe it's it is more of interest to me still have never just like Yeah you said it was just so black and white. I now it was so black and white because we've never had any of our guy friends be like. Oh y'all roommates that's weird but several of my girlfriends have been like. Are you guys just really like you guys have no money or something like it's been such a weird like are you okay. I'm like yes. We're we consciously made this decision so that in a year from now we can buy another house and they don't they they haven't figured out that this is not a like right now band aid. The choice we made was like in a year. We want to buy another house. So we are doing this untraditional style of life. Whatever you wanna call it. We're doing this sacrifice now. So that in a year we have two properties. And we're we're twenty turning twenty six this year. I don't know any of our friends that are going to have to properties not going. That's our goal this year but like yeah it is weird you know. Sometimes it's stressful and there is a lot of education that i would encourage people who are interested in this like you do have to like their sacrifices. You're gonna have to making. You're going to have to figure out how what's important what's not and communicate and in the it is a different way of life but truly i would not do this past year differently or the i guess it's been fifteen months probably that we've had remains it's like we have changed. You know a trajectory of what our twenties are gonna look like what are thirty. We're going to look like because we're now able to talk about buying another house ten months after we just bought our first one. That's half million dollars. Which is crazy. But it's just like in the grand scheme of things was did this year. Look differently than i probably thought my twenty fifth year of living with. You know we've been married almost two years now like don't think that this would be our story no but did it. Change our feature story thousand percent thousand percent and just listening to people talk about. It helps so much like it helps. How's it not feel so weird and so different like it helps you get excited about what's coming because it's not even a soccer. It sounds like it's a sacrifice. And maybe i said that you know moments ago but it's living with call like it's the same as in college like i feel the same. We're we go home. There's always gonna do something with there's always someone like banter with what you show with. Whatever like there's so many fun aspects of having roommates that i think everyone's so scared of the negative aspects and it's kind of like a like shifter mentality a little bit. It's temporary. We're not gonna have roommates nowhere fifty you know. We're not gonna have roommates. Probably next year so i don't know it's just like education for sure and just coming to grips with what's important in communicating it and then you can change your whole literally ginger whole story which is crazy to me because i was so anti eighteen months ago so where i mean i know you guys know like you know the the numbers of compounding and buying properties while you're young and for low money down all this but like from a big picture houses changing guys trajectory. Because if you do this you can retire before. So security as but what's the general like of like big feature goals and then the next steps for number two two is just to retire early. That number's changed. Every every time i talked to you the number goes down as i as far as you age it started at fifty forty five forty might be thirty five or thirty now. I don't know. But i mean that that's the future goal and and why we're young without kids. The goal is to just kind of build up as many properties as we can moving and during the nomad strategy in owner occupied loan putting five percent down just making the sacrifice now to an and i think now. That's like something when we bought this house. It was such kind of like a nice house that i think our plan as of now is we're going to move back in later on once we start having kids but until then just kind of keep going. Hopefully the goal is one a year. I can see that kind of slowing down. I think that our next house. We're going to just take it easy and it's just gonna be us. We've had our fun with roommates or experience with it and it was a great learning experience. But but it's slowed down you because there's the nomad strategy and that's very different than having two or three roommates. So you're going to slow down like the pace of acquisition or just cut out the roommates or both. I think over sure. Cut out the roommates in our next property partly because we're looking at smaller properties like before our search was no smaller than a three bedroom because we knew we were looking with roommates. And this next one. We're kind of going in to broaden the search to fall down to like a two bedroom our families in texas. So we do. Have our family come visit us pretty frequently so having the extra ram but can ensure bathroom. Yeah for for the weekend yeah. Whatever that's fine. I do that. It'll go but but yeah so. I think we'll drop the for the next house But you know not to say if there's a stellar house. That's a four bedroom. We wouldn't act on that. But i think that's kind of where we're at sort of it will probably slow down the acquisitions. 'cause i mean one. Last year in the seven months we owned our place and had roommates. We got to about twelve thousand dollars in rent approximate paid for twelve thousand dollars that paid for what about five months of the year with your p. i. Ti right approximate. Because you're about twenty five hundred a month or three twenty six. Okay gives. Yeah so for seven seven months. They paid for four to five months. Worth of your dream house. Yeah actually we totally forgot. I'd completely forgotten my story. We so i mentioned a four bedroom so obviously walker in one we had my. The original remain has been with us forever. She's in the second one upstairs and then we had that mail room downstairs. So we've had we've had like a guest room during covid we use it as an office Because everyone was working from home at the time. So it's kind of like we needed that space so now walkers in the office every day the roommate from downstairs he also goes into the office everyday and i in january started going in about half the week So someone reached out tests. This this is how much how far of come so that myself on the back year. Red room she is are. We had a random remain who reached out to me through like the denver roommates. Facebook group Back when we bought our house and she was looking for a place to live and for one reason or another. She ends up finding a job. That was pretty far from our house. Issues like actually. This isn't the best move for me. And i was like okay. No worries we filled it with matter. College roommate's those like this is great but she reached out to me in december and said like. Hey i'm moving to phoenix. She's got engaged. Moving to phoenix my fiance. But i need to be in denver for the next two months. Do you have a room. She reached out like december twenty fifth on. Yeah let it was like last lighten. Few days have december and needed a place in january january. One january. I like looked at walker. There's like yeah. But i really like having that office and i was like. Yeah but no one's in there anymore. You know you're the you're the more on the one who pushed us. Which i think back with my god tennis right now. It's completely switch. So i put her in charge of finding roommates. Yeah so i like talk. Walker walkers like no which is just complete. Lots of august like no for the thirty minute conversation like yes walker. It is temporary. We will have literally pay zero dollars personally. You know if you break out the the mortgage with all the all the rent that were receiving if we were to add her for two months which happening we paid like our portion was zero dollars. You know what i'm saying. Our mortgage completely covered. It was two months of the year. Did we notice that she was there barely because we're on office every day. We were skiing on weekends. Like we're still he was. He was gone more than her. Her job was Some evening shift so like when we were there at night she like. It was just perfect. Roommate's roommate she was there for two months. I think i might seller ten times. Yeah it was not saying that. That's how it's going to be for everyone. But i'm just saying like did we notice the impact of just having that one. Additional room rented the past two months. Yeah we did that. Money went straight towards the next house fund. And i'm like does the check a lot more. Yeah yeah though kevin before you get in the second house that sounds like it's more just more renault. Our guys have no roommates. Learning from this are there any like must have or you know has has your buying criteria. Change both has like a primary residence and also as your in future rental property number two. That's a good question. I think having dot in this house. I to know like hey that could be our future house. I think that also like lower standards a little bit for these next houses like we're not buying our future house. It's going to be more of like we're seeing it as a rental later. Down the road which we're not going to buy complete dump but i think just kind of like gives us that little more relaxed feeling. It's like hey we have somewhere to fall back on It's it's kind of nice to do that. We've i mean as far as everything else like if not having roommates like there's a lot less kind of things we're looking for and what would you say they a common thing that's come up is a yard like we need a yard. That's non chikin. Chick got chickens are good dogs. Dogs like free range. So it's always been that townhouses condos are kind of cut out of our conversation. We've never even look like gone to look at has walker talked to you about new build townhomes last couple of months. No no we talking on a thing. That's been a trend recently. I'm just that wasn't sure we haven't quite gotten the search going yet. Okay we're like we're figuring out like one remain just moved out the one that just moved in two months ago another one is actually moving out and tobacco kind of like the business and husband had. He originally signed in october and signed a six months lease which ends april thirtieth and he came to the other day and he's like. Hey actually one of my best friends from growing up is moving here march fifteenth. Like we're thinking about moving in together like i'll stay throughout the lease and then move in with them But he's finding a place and he's just gonna take care of it. Until i moved in with them and i was like thanks for telling us like frigo like take care like go live with them. We're not going to hold you back like we signed a lease it's more reliability and this is like having friends they're like getting to know mike okay like you gonna be leaning. I'm not going to lay the hammer down. It'd be like no. You're staying until your lease ends. It was just kind of like a nice. In the fact that he communicated with this was like but goes a long way it was so far a tremendous benefit of it and he felt that. And i was like did you. Thanks for it's like that's that's all we can ask for. And and he's he's been great to have and he's moving out in middle of this month. Yeah it's just like one of those things. I'm like we're not you know an apartment complex. Where they're gonna charge you to break your lease like we're just like we're friends at this guy. We wanted to friends of him at continue that friendship after he moves out with us so we would never you know you get nothing by being main hard to people like nothing See that was a that was one of the surprises with the rates. But not something that we were like stressed about or have ill feelings towards like communication again. It's been the biggest so as we wrap up here to ask you a couple of questions since i say. A very male dominated industry and and more women need having more current from their women. So what advice or tips can you give. Whether it's a a single female house fakher out there or you know married to someone else. Like what advice would you feel house. Akers out there in your shoes like two or three months or two three years ago. Yeah yeah i would say Earlier but like if you're interested in it at all read about it listen to people who've done it Because because i needed the encouragement like walker was the encouragement for me to take this step. But if you're you know if your spouse isn't into it if you're personally just like not sure if you can handle being a landlord it's not. It really is kind of like living with your roommate that you most people have had in their life. You've lived with you. Know whoever your friends are random people It's a very similar feeling but then there's also the feeling of like yeah you will get frustrated. Because sometimes people don't wipe up the counter or something like they made a mess and then just remember like i have two people paying me nine hundred dollars a month to like take the ten seconds stripe the counter and it can really change your perspective from being frustrated being like you know what. I'm working hard right now and i'm earning this and in in a few months in a couple years. I'm going to look back on this time. And not remember that i'm just gonna realize and recognize the impact on my personal financial or you are with you. Know you're married or whatever you have joint finances. The impact financially is. I don't know i wouldn't fan personally. A huge financially driven like. I'm not money driven but at the same time. Do i want the option of when i'm forty five saying like if i don't have to work or i don't want to work or if i want to do different work that maybe has a smaller paycheck. Whatever like those options are all available to me. One of the conversations. I've had with a very important to me recently. She had said something like You know i'll be working time sixty five and it hit me in that moment like i don't live with that mindset like if i want to work until sixty five that's awesome that's great and i hope whatever i'm doing i really enjoyed but Making these decisions today. I feel no obligation or expectation. That i'll be working in time. Sixty five so great advice so walker looking back here at the beginning of the podcast that you know after hearing nina story of how you use your house hacking could i could play that differently. So advice to guys out there as we're talking to their girlfriends fiance's wives. What tip would you give them. I would say start early start early. Bring it up early just but have have a plan to plan. Don't be like hey. Let's have roommates like start with the why give him the the reasons why can benefit you but you have to look into the future because it's not it's not that benefit wire living there like you're making a sacrifice that's hard to hard to kind of like get through to someone So i think yeah just open communications and then just setting ground rules. Luckily for us we have that trial run with the roommate. Living with us in our rental. I just kind of gave us like a perspective. It's like oh she's paying for a third of the rent like what could that do in our next house. And i'm glad we had that other people don't have that. I think it's just getting out in front of it. Like setting expectations figuring out like. What do we want to room. But what like what can we not have. And i think the nice thing about house is. You can be very selective about your roommates with. We luckily have had friends live with us. But i know. I mean you could sit down and interview and kind of really be selective which is nice when you're just running out a investment property. Don't have that privilege But i i mean i would say the big thing is just kind of communication getting out in front of figuring out what she want. What you don't want and once you get people. I would initially assigned to like the shorter term lease kind of figure out. Hey is this something we wanna do is something we want here and i mean that's an interest be kind of open minded about it. Don't be like your expectations are going to be kind of high. But like just. I know it's it's it's i wish i could put myself and my shoes back then to really see like kind of what all had happened. But i mean i. I was terrible about communicating it. And i'm i'm lucky that she kind of opened up to it. It's been a great experience interest in it. Like what you're interested in other people are interested in and like you are so interested in this. I had to give it a shot. Like i had to know why you were so fixed on this so i just wore off on your k. If he's that excited about it. Yeah because walkers one of the smartest people. I know if he's so like this is a good decision than obviously i have to give it at least you know elliott at least Go learn about to act on everything but like it ended up being a life changing decision. And i can't. I can't say that enough so we'll have to say i mean that as a couple he said you're turning twenty six year ver twenty six this year. You guys are on track. I mean keep it up. I mean this is very impressive And just walker is you're doing on the real estate stuff man you guys going to be on like a very good trajectory and you'll definitely be retiring before your friend. That's five five. I would think by hopefully a couple of decades so great job guys and that's also one of the things i learned that it's it's a slow ride. It's just don't have the expectations of it's going to be tomorrow like getting the data and getting all these trading things out. You want well fast. But that's one of the things like just enjoy the ride. It's gonna be a while and it's hugh select just plan for the future Nowhere you wanna go. No what the next step is just. It's the small steps that just build up theat. That is very very well. Said all right so if guys are reach out to guys what's the best way to reach out to just email you offer. They wanna come here. He is a story. Pick your brains properties email you or email me any female or male but if any of the women have any questions for me and specifically definitely feel free to reach out as well cool so i can put your guys emails. That in the show notes definitely works. Well guys thank you so much. This is great. This is awesome fun enjoyed it.

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William Walker usurped Nicaraguan presidency - July 12, 1856

This Day in History Class

07:37 min | 1 year ago

William Walker usurped Nicaraguan presidency - July 12, 1856

"From fireworks on the Fourth of July two long holiday weekends away there's plenty to look forward to during the summer but why way to celebrate new deliciously spreadable could Khanna cheese singles is giving you a reason to celebrate every single day with their their single best. Stay sweepstakes visit create with Kana Dot Com for your chance to win fifty dollars daily prizes and a grand prize of one thousand dollars plus get tips and inspiration to help make every single day the best day ever this day in history class is production of iheartradio. Welcome to this day in history class where we bring you a new tidbit from history every day. Today is July Eli Twelfth Two Thousand Nineteen. The Day was July twelve eighteen fifty six American filibuster William Walker. Walker was inaugurated as president of Nicaragua Walker was born in Nashville Tennessee in eighteen twenty four. He went on to study medicine in law and later he became the CO owner and editor of the New Orleans Crescent Walker Walker wasn't inherent of the philosophy of manifest destiny. A nineteenth century believed that U._S.. Territorial expansion across the North American continent was inevitable and destined by God. It was a belief that encouraged the displacement and persecution of many indigenous people and people of color on the continent after moving to San Francisco then Marysville near Sacramento Walker began devising a scheme to conquer parts of Latin America to create new slave states to add to the United States. This was not a new idea filibustering or freebooting was the practice of engaging in unauthorized warfare against countries that the U._S. was at peace with the government did not approve these armed expeditions and they were a violation of federal a law that said it was illegal to wage war against countries that were at peace with the U._S.. In the years before the civil war many foolhardy Americans set out to seize territory in central and South America Walker made his motivations clear. You're saying the following that which you ignorantly call Filibuster ISM is not the offspring of hasty passion or ill regulated desire. It is the fruit of the shore an airing instincts which act in accordance with laws as old as the creation they are but dribblers who speak of establishing fixed relations between the pure white American race as it exists in the United States and the mixed Hispanic and Indian race as it exists in Mexico and Central America without the employment of force Walker I look toward Mexico. He tried to get permission from Mexico to create a colony there under the guise that it would serve as a fortified frontier but when Mexico said no walker decided to just plan an invasion he went back to San Francisco and began recruiting people for the invasion who supported slavery and manifest destiny and who were looking for some sort of success in eighteen fifty three he and his crew captured Lopez the capital of the Mexican state of Baja California and called it the Republic of Lower California later called the Republic of the Nora he declared himself president and adopted Louisiana State codes which made slavery legal though more Americans joined him in Mexico supplies were lacking. And neither Mexico nor the U._S.. Government were happy with his actions by eighteen fifty four walker and the band of invaders were forced to surrender and leave Mexico still when Walker went to trial in California for starting an illegal war and violating getting the neutrality act of seventeen ninety four the jury acquitted him and just eight minutes so walker continued his filibustering efforts could took advantage of civil war in Nicaragua to bring mercenaries in the country and captured the city of Granada U._S.. President Franklin Pierce recognized walkers regime as legitimate and on July twelfth eighteen fifty six walker became president of Nicaragua Walker reinstated slavery declared English the official language and encouraged immigration immigration from the U._S.. Through changes to currency and fiscal policy. He promoted the filibustering expedition as a way to expand slavery to win the support of U._S.. Southerners but Walker had already earned the anger of Cornelius Vanderbilt who controlled transit businesses in Nicaragua Costa Rica El Salvador Honduras and Guatemala also opposed Walker and his plans of military conquest Walker surrendered to Commander Charles Henry Davis of the U._S. Navy on May first. I eighteen fifty-seven Walker was welcomed back when he returned to the U._S.. But when he went to Honduras on another filibuster in eighteen sixty the British government had too much strategic and economic interests in the region to tolerate his ploys and they shut the operation down a commander in the British Royal Navy sent him to Honduran authorities instead of Cindy come back to the United States. Walker was executed in Trujillo on September twelve eighteen sixty once the U._S.. Civil war broke out in eighteen sixty one filibustering died out before the end of the war Walker was remembered. Fondly in the southern and western United States for his exploit dubbed the Gray I'd man of destiny by his admirers many northerners on the other hand saw him as a pirate Central American countries viewed his defeat with pride but walkers recognition soon faded into history. I'm Eve Jeffcoat and hopefully you know a little more about about history today than you did. Yesterday you can learn more about history by following us on twitter facebook and instagram at t the I H C podcast. Thanks for joining me. On this trip through time few here and the exact same spot tomorrow for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows creature feature looks at some of the most mind blowing animal and human behaviors on the planet it tries to get inside the heads of animals and explores the world from their point of view host Katie golden studied psychology and evolutionary biology at Harvard. She runs a popular parody account called bird rights activist at propert rights that answers the burning question what if a bird was a political political pundit each episode features a new guest comedian as they explore incredible animal and human behaviors. Some of the specific topics of discussion in this season are dodd behavior like studies that show dogs fill jealousy when another dog receives better rewards for the same tricks and weird animals that seem like they come out of science fiction like sea squirts that undergo retrogressive metamorphosis and auto cannibalized their own brains every Wednesday Katie introduces.

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I Found My Lighthouse

StoryCorps

17:04 min | 3 months ago

I Found My Lighthouse

"I'm dave i say founder of story core support for this podcast and the following message. Come from morgan stanley. A proud sponsor of story core. Morgan stanley is committed to giving back into fostering meaningful dialogue among people and communities. Morgan stanley dot com. It can be hard to talk about hope especially after the year we just had but also because it can look and feel different for everyone sometimes. It comes to us in a moment other times. It takes decades to inspire but either way hope is one of those magic ingredients that can truly change the way we see ourselves and the world around us. It's the story core. Podcasts from npr. I'm your house camilo kashani this week. We're bringing you four stories from people who found that little bit of magic. When they least expected you start things off with ellen. News and keith miller the pats i crossed in two thousand eighteen chicago ellen was on her way to the er with her thirty three year. Old son walker walker has autism and he was having a really bad reaction to a new medication when they got to the hospital. Walker got more upset and he bit allen's arm that's when they encountered public safety sergeant. Keith miller we already anticipating what was going to happen in this emergency room because when he was a little boy an officer got on his back while he was screaming and he's been handcuffed to gurneys. Emergency rooms just having a seizure and being big that day we show up at hospital. I'm sitting there. Brokenhearted scared out of my mind bleeding and markers trying to run away. And i see like five on him and all i can think his this will not end well but suddenly i hear this game. He's trying to escape. And you're going gets walker. Sits down auger scoots back walker lies down and then this had high fives all around and i thought he won't do it and i look at his beaming and he's high fiving every single officer and then we started seeing and i thought i would lose it forever. Started singing mister. Rogers they boosting and mister rogers and his men and he went from being terrified to feeling like he had cooled friends. Cool guys hanging out with them. I saw this man who was dealing with something he just did not understand yes in. I saw the fear in your face. It it touched me personally My son is fourteen He was fifteen months when he was first diagnosed as being autism being father of a child who has autism. i don't know what changes going to occur. Him and his parents were there to help them deal with their obstacles. And if we can't do it by ourselves there's other people out there to help. I don't want to be one of those other people. Well nobody else does what you do. We look like a very scary situation coming there and returned in kind of party. I think people wanted join. I've been a lot of yours and some people have been kind of nice. I never sat there and felt like this is one of the most important to my life. That was ellen hughes and sergeant. Keith miller for story or in chicago illinois next conversation between two brothers growing up things were rocky between derek and raymond storms. Their home life was unstable and dealt with that and really different ways. Derek cut a lot of anger and most of the time. It was aimed at raymond after high school. Derek joined the marines and raymond went to college to study opera and for a while. It seemed like there was little hope them building a relationship at story core. Derek and raymond sat down to remember how they repaired what was once broken between them and a little warning. This has some cousin. How would you describe says kids complete opposite. Everybody liked you. You know you would be talking to the elderly neighbor up the street. I was getting in trouble blowing mailboxes. I just remember you being so cruel like telling me one day that kids really can fly. But you have to really trust so we went on that rickety swing set and i remember you pushing me saying now jump and think of a happy thought and i screamed out pizza. I fell into moms rose. Bush and response to me was. Oh because you're so fat you should have said to happy thoughts. I was really at war with the world. I don't know if i would ever be close to anybody. I feel like our relationship started to shift when we found out that you were going to be deployed to iraq And i remember grandma making me call you. And you're like one and she was looking at me with those dark is now. It's like all right. I'm gonna say something vulnerable. And i said i was always envious of you as a kid and you were like so quiet. You said i've always been jealous of you. Everyone wants to be your best friend. And i scare people. I think when your face with your mortality. I began to take the meaningful things in my life more seriously. I remember. we're just getting ready to go into as a rea- and a reporter had a global cell phone. And i said do you mind if i make a call on that. At that time. I was in music school for opera. And you'll literally were like the marines here. Don't believe you're going to be the next bother roddy shower. Show him sing the national anthem. And they were stuck. Says ed and i remember just starting to sing ho whose hey can just starting to sing the national anthem. And they went ballistic. It was like night and day. The ju- ever think we'd be close. No you were walking rage. There was so much anger that i had towards you as a child. But i'm grateful for it now. Because i forged that into this white hot steel of love. I guess i just needed help. You need somebody kind of showing you the way you know that lighthouse to help you cross over whom i'm thankful for you for that. Seeing you bloom into this like sensitive loving human being. There's no way someone could tell me like miracles. Don't exist with feels a lot better on the side. That's for sure. That was derek storms and his brother. Raymond in port saint lucie florida for story core after a short break. How grief gave way to an unlikely friendship. Stay with us Support for the story. Core podcast and the following message. Come from subaru. When the pandemic began sue it's retailers donated fifty million meals to local food banks. The need is still so they're doing it again. Through the subaru. Love promise subaru in its retailers across the country are making a donation to provide an additional one hundred million meals to feeding america. This action will help make meals available at one hundred ninety nine local food banks across the country. The subaru love promise. It's one more reason why subaru is more than a car company. If you're never quite sure how to answer the question why are you. Npr's rough translation might be the podcast for you. Yes finally someone asks. Give us your accents and your origin. Stories your cross cultural misfits. Earning to just be and listen to rough translation on npr Back maggie nineteen ninety-four. Lisa garzon mary then love of her life. John joyce here. She is talking about their relationship. He was father of my four children and at one point my best friend but john became alcoholic and things got volatile so i had to have him leave and he stopped showing up for visits. I tried to follow where he was. And i knew that he was homeless. At always worried me. I didn't want him to die on the streets. John eventually got back on his feet in two thousand seven. He met megan smith at the time they were both working in homeless advocacy in rhode island and they ended up falling in love. John died from cancer in two thousand thirteen but in his death a new friendship was born between the two women who loved him. The most megan starts the conversation. I met john while he was homeless. And you guys hadn't been in contact for a bit of time. Had been eleven or twelve years but it was a different place in time in his life he was sober and about that time. He got an apartment but then he found out that he had cancer. And i met you the day before john died. The reason i didn't reach out to you sooner is because jon didn't wanna do more harm. I was scared to meet you. Because i didn't know what to expect. And i can remember just looking at him and having great sadness and i kissed him on the forehead told him that i loved them and i whispered in his ear that i forgave him after that. It was all about you not john. Because you're losing the man that you loved. We had a memorial service and you invited me to sit with you in. The children was hired. I'm sure to hear everyone speak positive when you knew another component but when we got up at the end of the service your daughter reached out and locked overdose with me and we walked out of the church arm-in-arm and then i forget which of us reach out to the other one but said you know we should get together soon. We went out to dinner and then we sat in the car and talked for like another three hours or so. Yeah it was pouring rain out. We get out of the car. So i could have a cigarette and then in the pouring rain we just hugged and i just. I hope that you'll be part of our lights in. You have been ever since. That was lisa zone and megan smith in two thousand fourteen. Before john died he helped pass a homeless bill of rights in rhode island. The law prevents governments healthcare workers employers and others from treating people who are homeless unfairly because of their housing status. Our final story starts in sing sing prison in nineteen ninety eight. That's where robert sanchez. I met fred davey. Robert was serving fifteen years for a first time. Non violent drug offence. This was an extremely harsh sentence but it was really common under. New york's rockefeller drug laws. Fred david was a minister at the time the prison had just started a graduate program and robert was studying to get his master's in theology in two thousand sixteen. They came to story core to remember the first time fred visited his class. We met at sing sing in this small windowless. Exactly which in. Look like much of ray educational but that rome created magic. I think was sixteen men. Most of us would therefore about fifteen twenty years. I remember being impressed at how well you guys were fray. We have much. I remember that you said you had no arrests prior nothing in your system and nothing on you and you got fifteen to lie for a non violent drug charge. But i thought he's making that a possible right. I think are survived by always having hope what is life without hope even odor of light king goal alone and my first impression of you was his beautiful kind man who for whatever reason just represents hope to me all these years. I never knew this had that much impact on you did frantic. Didn't for sixteen years. When i came home at we so afraid but i knew that i can pick up the phone. Tell you fred. I don't get this gym. I could just ask the dumbest questions ever but you never told me they were dumb for me. I had people in my corner every step away. My dad wasn't there but if things messed up no matter where i was i can always go to my mother's front porch and know that i was welcome. Have that for me. But i didn't have that from anywhere else Enu it's weird. Because i'm not just son writes any would father noon father die from an overdose. So i saw you as like if i had a dad if i had somebody that was going to guide me that was you. Thank you most folks who've been through what you've been through. Don't get this far. I got to be reminded every now and then there are times. I get bitter and angry at my situation. I live a pretty lonely life. And if i'm not careful i can fall into these doldrums but does you being dead be able to listen to me. Say you know what you're gonna be okay. It's a tremendous gift. And i'm lucky man Robert sanchez with his mentor. Fred davey editing. Core in new york city after being released from prison in two thousand one. Robert got a second masters in social work and he spent his career helping people who are coming out of the prison system. That's all for this episode story or podcasts. Treat about the music we used. This episode had two story core dot org. While you're there you can also check out. Original art work created by lindsey. Mount episode was produced by. Sylvie luau bow and judd. Sd candle who's also our editor. Our technical director is jared floyd who also wrote our theme song. That sumi edgy. Sokha is fact checker. Especial thanks to story. Core producers should turner and camillo kirwin facilitators rossio santos or shell queen and christina standard for the story or podcast. I'm camilo kashani catching next week. This podcast is brought to you by supporters of story core an independently funded nonprofit organization and is made possible in part by the corporation for public broadcasting a private corporation funded by the american people.

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If Corporations Really Want to Address Racial Inequality, Here Are 9 Things That Actually Make a Difference

TIME's Top Stories

06:57 min | 9 months ago

If Corporations Really Want to Address Racial Inequality, Here Are 9 Things That Actually Make a Difference

"Of corporations really want to address racial inequality. Here are nine things that actually make a difference by Darren. Walker Walker is the president of the Ford Foundation and a member of the two, thousand, sixteen time one hundred since protests over the killing of George Floyd erupted across the country have received numerous calls from corporate CEOS who want to know what they should do, and where can they quickly donate ten million dollars to advance the cause of racial justice. The first thing I do is remind them of Martin Luther King. Junior's cautioned that philanthropy must not be used to obscure the economic injustices that make it necessary. The frustration and rage we're seeing across the country aren't just about a racist system of policing. It's also about original sins a genocide of native Americans, enslavement of black Africans who stolen land and labour built this country's wealth enriching countless white. People and their descendants in the process it's about the predations of modern day capitalism that have allowed a privileged few to hoard the lion's share of the nation's wealth effectively consigning black folks to the bottom rung of the economic ladder. This time, the usual corporate playbook issue statement gather a group of black leaders for a conference call. Give a hefty grant to the Urban League resume business as usual isn't. Going to work here are nine things. Every corporate leader can do to improve black lives. One remake your C. Suite change starts at the top. Do you have African American board members black executives in your leadership team? If you do are they token appointments or do they have real power to recommend changes that would make your company more racially equitable to hire and advance more black people as leaders of? Large. Corporations, you have the power to transform black lives immediately, simply hiring and promoting more of US blind tests show that when identical resumes are admitted for the same job one with a white sounding name the other with a black sounding one the white applicant receives a callback fifty percent more often taking racial inclusion seriously means telling your managers that they cannot go forward with a higher or a promotion. Unless the candidate pool is racially diverse. Three get involved in the fair chance hiring initiative. One legacy of the tough on crime era is that about one third of American adults now have a criminal record mostly for minor crimes that nonetheless hamper their ability to get a job. Black people are hugely overrepresented in that group insignificant part because of the kind of over policing that spark today's protests. That's why the Society of Human Resource Management has urged employers to take the getting talent back to work pledge as part of the fair chance hiring initiative by employing qualified job applicants with criminal backgrounds. Five years ago. The Ford Foundation committed to hire ten formerly incarcerated business associates every year, and they are among our most dedicated employees. Four pay your employees a living wage, the federal minimum wage, two dollars thirteen cents per hour for tipped workers and seven dollars. Twenty five cents per hour for others is not a living wage in two, thousand, sixteen nearly half of government public assistance went to people who worked fulltime but still fell below the federal poverty line. Black workers make up about eleven percent of the workforce but thirty eight percent of black workers who now work. For the minimum wage would get arrays reading the pay of the workers at the bottom of your scale would disproportionately help people of color commit to paying your workers living wage of at least fifteen dollars per hour and more in higher cost parts of the country five provide a safe and healthy workplace valuing black lives in pandemic also means doing everything possible to create a safe workplace lack of adequate health insurance coverage are big reasons black. Latino and native American people have contracted the corona virus disproportionately higher rate than white? Americans. With black people dying of covid nineteen at a rate of almost two point five times. The rate of white people does your company manipulate the schedules of your workers to fall just below the threshold for health coverage does that label people independent contractors even if they spend the bulk of their days working for you if so this is what advocates mean. When they talk about structural racism six provide paid sick leave and family leave black workers often cannot afford to take time off to care for a newborn or a sick family member. The lack of paid sick leave is another reason. So many people of color have suffered higher rates of illness and death from covid nineteen. If there were ever a question about whether paid leave as a moral issue, the pandemic should have laid it to rest. Seven reconsider executive compensation you might be asking where am I going to find the resources to give my workers more here? CEO's would do well to in the mirror according to the Economic Policy Institute. CEO. Compensation has grown nine hundred and forty percent since nineteen, seventy eight while the salary of the average worker has increased only twelve percent the economy would suffer zero harm of CEOS were paid less. We know this because many of those same executives are steering their excess wealth into philanthropic foundations which have proliferated in the past few decades as their compensation has skyrocketed while that charitable instinct benefits some of my. Foundations favorite causes it would be better for the economy for racial equity. If more of that largess were directed toward workers eight advocate for a more progressive tax code standing up for black lives means investing in the essential building blocks of social equality from adequately funded schools to universal health care and affordable housing. These things require government action at scale moving money from police budgets should be just the start. What we really need is a progressive tax code that will reduce income inequality shore up our crumbling infrastructure, create a proper public health system and provide the social safety net that people need in a crisis. Five months into a pandemic that has shuttered. The Economy Canada is subsidizing wages at seventy five percent full salary while Americans are left to Kiewit foodbanks wondering whether the next unemployment check will be their last. Instead of deploying your lobbyists only on issues of narrow self interest detail them to advocate for tax reform and the expansion of social programs for poor people nine. Advocate for shareholder reforms but I hear you saying I have public shareholders to whom I'm accountable supporting tax policies that work against my company's bottom line will only drive down our share price. Yes, and this is why the current model of shareholder driven capitalism that puts quarterly profits over people is bad for the long term social and economic health of the country. The Business Roundtable acknowledged as much last year when one hundred and eighty one CEO signed a statement revising the purpose of corporation as one that benefits customers, employees, supplies, and communities not just shareholders. This was an important first step. Now, companies must turn that resolution into. Action by committing to the kinds of tangible changes in practice and policy that will reduce inequality. The uncomfortable truth is that if what you're changing in your corporate practices doesn't affect your bottom line, you're not doing enough. So to my friends in the fortune five, hundred while the millions in one time donations are appreciated. A permanent commitment to reducing racial inequality through changes in your own practices would be more meaningful outsourcing. The work of racial justice isn't sufficient when a broken system of capitalism has produced indefensible levels of wealth for owners and daily insecurity for workers. The corporate sector has the responsibility and the ability to act now.

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Episode 26: You don't get to choose your Siblings...

So What? Who Cares!

1:01:50 hr | 3 months ago

Episode 26: You don't get to choose your Siblings...

"I just need to get this out of my head now. One last time you said forever. And i said who would who cares thank you. That's the intro. For the week. I loved it. That was perfect. I it's it's all it's all. I hear day in day out now. That song driver's license. I really am not into it. Nei-neither because i am twenty five. I'm one. I have my driver's license. I've had it for a while and my mom taught me to drive so i can identify with the theme of the song. Thank you go back to. The name is driver's license. Someone couldn't have come up with something better out. Yeah i i can't. This episode is siblings siblings. We have some funny stories for you. We have some mercury stories for you. We have a bunch of random shit we found on read it and who knows where else we found stuff But we thought we would take this episode to describe our family wreath. We're not gonna call it. A tree recalled a re incest. But we dare some weird like we make connections on both sides of our family in a weird way. Yeah so obviously. Our grandparents her grandfather and my grandmother were brother and sister and the la her dad and my dad. Our first cousins makes us third cousins yet and then on my mom's side her best friend from high school married her cousin. And that friend. From your mom's cousin not yeah. Yeah yeah yeah she. Larry my mom. She married my mom's cousin but that my mom's friend from high school was related to sage's grandmother's side. It's all just mashed up mixed up and mash job so either way what have been on the other side. Eleventh cousins eleventh coven. I don't even know what we was that we we have third cousins. We share the same great grandparents. Yeah third cousins. What we're going with first. Yep graham mckenzie okay. I also had something to mention. And i was like i just got to mention this in the pods. I can get it out of my head as well. So i'm going to get that first song out of my head and i'm going to also get this out of my head because i keep saying it to myself out loud like jokingly because it makes me laugh but like it's getting to the point where i just like. It's my my funny thing. That scared me by lately growing mckenzie. Okay damn driving in the car. And i see something or hear someone who radio. I don't know what reminded me of it. But trump trump trump. so then. i'm. I know exactly where i was driving. I i started going. My tramp onto shrimp shrimp. This is her imitating our grammar. Who's no longer alive but she always shrimp shallot like ryan joke with us in my sister cassidy slightly always talk about shrimp whenever i've guys i'm pretty sure i use like the shrimp simple like ninety percent of the time and so we're big. Shrimp fans is what. I'm saying but i can't stop quoting that like the other day i was like was just like are truly. Does she had a little dick ladyboy walker walker in her apartment her but she not accused accusing on long on. Yeah she's been gone since. Reagan knows god. Rest her soul. We make mackenzie before we get into fucked up facts though and the rest the shit that we do before we start. I wanna play twenty questions with you. Okay and i hope it works. Because i've been dying to plays with you but i don't know if you've already know the answer to it so if you know the answer to that then we'll probably just cut this. I would also like to say oh. We're so sorry that we skipped last week family issue. I've come scott i. I'm glad you said that. Because i did want to mention that we're not gonna do seasons. Yeah we're just gonna feel like we need to take a break. We have to take a break. Yeah we like that. We record monday. Tuesday and wednesday. It's out it's a fresh air and that's just the way it works for us so there won't be seasons is just whenever we feel like doing something. Come up through. It's like hey we're going to have to not do this week. But so far it's been great. Yeah whatever so so sorry about that. But we're back in business All right so. There's a new show on netflix. Yes i don't know if you've heard it history of swear words. Okay you have you heard about it no okay. I think it's really. Oh my god. I'm so excited i am so excited i got a jubilee my throw the host of the show is what i want you to guess okay. It was a bunch of comedians. they come on. They discussed like swear words and like each episode. I've only had a few. But i honestly was laughing so hard i put it on because i just saw history of swear words. Okay this might be funny. Whatever not knowing what i was getting myself into. Oh god i have ever seen this pop up on netflix. It's brand new. So twenty questions and i know you guys probably all cringe so much when staged can never guess it. But i just so hilarious. Pretty bad you have to guess the main host of the show. I'm so bad with celebrity names. You got guess things about them done other people. They both really couldn't guess it until i told to them case county. It's a human. What's it going to be a dog as a host triumph. The dog is it a male. Yes is he married to somebody. Famous irrelevant because i don't know so important to who he is is he white. He has white okay. He's white is he funny to you. Would it be funny to me. I don't know honestly. I don't think so. You think he's funny honestly. He's not really a comedian. is he. from our past kind of but he's also part of our present. somebody's always been there all along. Yes oh yeah. He's always been ronald dot. Okay let's see Is it somebody connected to music now. Okay that's good is it. Somebody are they in a famous. Tv show not tv okay. Movie movie star van super bad or knowing. I watched that last night. That's why i asked. Are they in comedy movies now. Are they in scary movies now. But i feel like some could be scary. He's borderline how old is he going to be. Yes or no. Is he and his thirties now. Is he in his forties fifties. Yes fifty yes. He's in a standard way. No i love that. I love dennis quaid my mother. My mother-in-law lives do if you asked who she'd bring on an island with are impure. Dennis quaid sorry. What kind of movies. You haven't really guest his movies. I don't know he's kind of all over the place for action movies. Yes i would say. Action vin diesel. Oh so scary. Movie type of now. Okay i said not scary movie now. Okay who's will smith asked if he was white and will smith black. If you didn't know. Andy sandberg no. That's too young buddy squeezed on dennis quaid weighed on. Why is the only actor that comes to mind right now. Dennis fucking quaid somebody. I thought you. I guess i'm not gonna celebrities mentioned on this podcast before john. B fifty. you idiot. Chris evans. Chris evans is in his fifty. He's been mentioned on power ranger. The funny part about this is giving other hand okay. When he was mentioned you were playing this game playing puppy town. Think we're playing twenty questions when he was brought up last. Tom hanks nope. What did we played tom. Hanks nicholas cage cheese. Fucking crazy always comes up again. If i can stand you. Get rid of them. That's how like he's costing. he's all right us. Don't fence don't fence. If he's listening. I'm sorry you have boarded me life against my wills for her longtime. I'm what to say though. The show was pretty funny. I just don't know that's how i felt. But here's the thing. I watched the show not knowing that he was going to be the host. So i just turned the show on and i was like. Oh my god. What's happening. And i was dying because it's nicholas fucking case everywhere and the first episode is the f. word he's saying the f. word constantly doing his acting and i was dying dying because i wasn't expecting the cage. I can't believe we're gonna put it on after for like ten minutes. I wanna and it's really funny. It's a lot of comedians and a too but he is the host of the. You know why was really was really banking on dennis there for a while. I mean you said. We'll smith the app. Get it and the worst. When it comes to this fucking. I'm so bad at it dude so bad. It's so fun with you to do with you. I have a throwback. A thing a throwback thing that just reminded me. I had the weirdest remember when twenty questions or like a toy. Okay so everybody had the little one. That was like a ball okay. It was like a little handheld tim. Tamagotchi type thing or yellow mine was a straight up. Fuck in dome. Now let me fucking pull up a picture of what it looked like dude. I've just. I just remembered this twenty questions dome and it was huge like harriet. With me every. I have little tiny one. Oh no no. I had one that had like projection. Read it stop dude. Let me see that. It was huge. Oh my gosh huge. It's like the size of my ipad. Okay we need to get one of those. That looks fun We can do as alexa. Now yeah that was it. Oh alexa okay. Because we're on the topic. I would like everybody if you have an alexa to say alexa. Play and come up with something like really really peculiar like you can do anything we did. Fuck bought. Plunk the other day and said anal dildo or whatever funding dildo double sided dildo. Whatever all right bitch do we. We do fuck affect. I write time for fucked up facts and we got anything else to talk about. No don't get scammed by the app puppy town. Oh my god stop guys been playing this fucking game. She was trying to tell me. Just matching puppies inbreeding. All you just drag what the hell is just drag shares with. Looked like to me. And you've got two hundred fifty dollars. i was like. Hey pal. Don't download puppy town. She had one hundred bucks. She's like i've played a lot of this. I was like sage. I don't have a job. So i could play a lot of that time. I really thought that. I was the mayor the true mayor of public town. I said oh my god. I'm doing much better than i thought i would. Okay my i fucked up fact reads reads res. Oh i should say with us go. Yeah we just gave me. I just went downstairs a little while ago to go pee and i notice that kelly has in her bathroom one thousand and one facts that will scare the shit out of you so i picked it up. I said i sure. I'll bring this upstairs and we'll see what we can find. So this is what i found. Finger holes in bowling balls have been found to contain substantial amounts of fecal contamination. That's fucking nasty and then there's a little bit of a little commentary under this very witty the writer put it on there. It says pooping into those little holes is easy either. Believe but when you when you gotta go you gotta go just like wiping their ron. Yeah and sticking their fingers dirty grubby little fingers. Inside of the fucking boeing hall. Bowling ball hold bowling ball holes. Hove get another one for you. Not a big bowler. Are you ready for mine. A uk woman claims that she was fired from her job in two thousand seven for chronic flatulence cobb. The unnamed woman who suffers from irritable bowel syndrome says. She was frequently harassed in taunted about her problem co-workers before being terminated. And this is the witty thing that they grow. You could sat really stinks. What a bunch of asses. There's a happy ending though. She found work at the gas company. That's a fun thing to do Do you think that you could sue for that If you far too much that is that's the government. Yeah that's discriminatory. She's got like an issue. Probably it says zero bowel allow with that. No no. I don't think anybody would really care if i farted. Do it all the time at work with the dan. If you're listening don't spread that one around poison. Okay here we go. Oh no no no okay. Would you rather be known as that person who had sex with a cow despite never having had sex with a cow or have porn audio as your ringtone that means forever you have to have like a what like a woman orgasm saying i would probably do the ringtone. Everyone thinks out right yup yup. I mean if it's an iphone. I can put my phone on silent. We can be no mine's always on silent. That person that sex with account cow no thank. You never had sex with the cow. No so bad all right. So i'm going to start off with a little story about being cassidy. Can i get to give story about Of course how. Can you think of a story in the middle of a utah. I might do force being cursed as a child with all his injuries after that. I should do claire breaking both arms. Okay anyway so when. I was probably like thirteen or fourteen my grandparents. They live on a farm. There's tons of land. We had four wheelers. Snowmobiles grew up doing all that shit so one day sunday. We always go to grandma's on sundays We mean cassidy were out. Four wheeling in the backyard grind. Okay in the backyard is not a backyard. it's literally land. Yeah it's fields and fields so beautiful out there but at the time there was a house like being built across like in that land now had been some of the land has been sold now so we were going through like up and down that road that was there and then there's like all the the field so then we go into the field do a bunch of like circles and comeback. So this was on our way. We're ready to go back in so we just had rate straight to the field for the backyard. We don't even take the road back. It was a road still has a dirt road and we are flying through just like fick fick grinding it and we go flying off the whole thing flips on us and we hit like a so bad we hit a stump that was underneath the tall grass. And we couldn't say. And i had a huge massive bruise on my body. Luckily we like didn't die. It was so so bad it was driving your car. I was and we told nobody because we didn't wanna get in trouble. Have you still not told anybody. I don't even know. I don't feel like i kind of forgot about now. You know now you all know that we Nearly almost died. We didn't because we love the four wheeler. We didn't want to not be able to love it. Okay you gotta story. Yeah well. I just wanted to. I admit something on the pod. Yep because i'm gonna talk about my brother in a minute. But i would like to also give a message to his girlfriend. I love this. I've been wanting her to tell. I've been saving this for the siblings episode. Because i consider her like a sister to me jewels. If you're listening last year. I gave you a target gift card okay. I don't know how much i put on it. Like maybe like thirty dollars gave it to you for christmas. And it's been at my house for so long like sitting out. It was sitting out for like majority of the year like when wide open. Had your name on it. You never took it home. That's okay. I don't care but my mom found out what cleaning out. It was like inner car the other day. And she's like well. There's a gift card in here so drools. I bought your christmas present. Target gift card that i gave you last year. Because you know. I love it. I let i left it. I didn't touch it. I was like. I'm not even going to reminder because i i'm sure she'll grab it but i but this leads me into her boyfriend aka. My brother forest kelly. I don't know if you know about this. So forest has been cursed since he was a child. Nobody's ever been more injured in our family than he has. Okay so the start of my brothers. Downfall was actually at my aunt and uncle's house. Miami doran. her name's doreen but a colorado and doran had a halloween party for abbey's birthday and so she liked made the basement haunted and so her basement was basically like you know down the stairs railing and then like the floor. The first floor of the house like just cuts like this. There's no wall right here next to the stairs. It just kind of like goes down and it's all like when you're walking as you can see the basement. Okay guys. there's no wall shield again but for the halloween party. She put up a sheet so there was a wall and the lights were off but with like halloween so forces like really little like really really little. He's sitting on the steps in. My mom is like right there. Like i don't even know. But she was right there and he fucking thinks it's a wall and he falls backwards onto his head. Oh my god and he gets a concussion. He's like my mom tried to catch him and she couldn't catch him now am but he's okay like he's literally. Yeah so you think what. The kids have fucking genius kind of embarrassing on my on. My behalf seem online. And he's not even my brother. You just a really live in the shadow of you. Can't tell so. Yeah say and then it just got worse from there with a trip to over. We went out on the boat. This is what started at all. Okay go out on the boat. You know my dad my mom. My brothers forced love to like sit at the top of the boat in like long. And we're on the ocean so it's fucking rough okay. And he's a baby's baby but he's a toddler he's but my mom had a handle on all of us like we all find life jacket it up lick. It was all safe but we did hit. A huge wave enforce smacked his face on the railing of the boat and and it was our buzzer. Is like nobody was just us smacked his tooth. It instantly killed his tooth so like in a week. The tooth turned blue. So for a time was bluetooth. Stop yes my first story. Did you read it. It has to do with the two okay over you start. That's funny well. Cow also punch two thousand. I swallowed it. And i was. I resented him. Because i thought the tooth very wooden kind of she did. She's still she's still game so no. So that's what started all bluetooth. It was it went from silver to blue by the end of like week. One or week to the name of lutheran i think so. Actually my family came up with it so then for let's fast forward to force birthday one like probably either that same summer with no. No no has been a couple of hours later. We're going to like hannaford. My dad wants pick up some last minute things birthday party. Whatever the store comeback. And i get out of the car and go to shut the door and force hand still in the door and his birthday party was about to start and smashed his finger. I didn't realize who's behind me. The fleas just telling the story though your face look like you're reliving. It looked like he meant to do it for you. Were like the way. She just dramatized that like her face was angry. She was reliving in like he really must've pissed off. No no no. Oh god he was behind me and because i did it so fast without looking it was too late. It was like i slammed the door and it was too late. Okay so fingernail falls off. That's that move on. Probably within the same year or year later cal decides to go kart. This is when cal started on his little fucking escapades and He's very successful. I won't. I won't say anything bad about that. But this is when it all started. They went around. Could they'd force was in the passenger seat and cowboys driving. The go-cart in cal- whipped it around the corner. Same thing like you and would just having a good time. But somehow and i still wanna know like really what happened somehow cal over forest with the go kart star enforce road rash and he like jobs up the driveway covered but it was an accident. Forced fell out and colleague like hit him. It all happened so very got sucked learn. Covered doesn't stop there with getting run over by things on my god. You don't know any of this. I don't he's just always gets himself into shit like all the time like he's worse than me for us is out. He's also oblivious. I would say kids fucking smart neuroscience program incredibly book. Smart street smart. He will get there someday but he he's. He's almost there so he's he's in my dad's driveway. He's playing basketball. My dad my dad's leaving and force was like little. He was like in middle school and he his basketball ruled under my dad's truck and he didn't realize my dad was like about tobacco and my dad didn't see him because his before like backup cans house you so smart brain damage so my dad goes to back up the truck. In all of a sudden he feels. Stop dad my dad. While i was trying to get his basketball out from under the truck my dad ran over his. I can't in my dad was like freaking out. He didn't break his leg dan. He like fucking fractured it or something but it didn't like break all the way and And so yeah. He's a runner and he go. He's like h for like a full boat scholarship to you in age for running. Guess what he does over quarantine he goes and plays basketball with their friends and he breaks his fucking foot and he's literally on crutches with a cast for like months and months and months with a broken foot like fucked up everything he's fine though. Can i just mentioned something really quickly. It reminded me of you running your dad running over forest. Yeah us today in the car. I was backing into my driveway is and i. I don't know my car just like backed up. It felt like it hit. Something and i literally was terrified. I ran over my cat that i made sage. I can you get out and check to make sure. I didn't run over my cat. And that was like gets down on all like basically on her. Golly literally laying looking into record and she's like you're good all right. So am i going i. Yeah i didn't label these ones so just go first onto the second one. I get sure some of them are from reddit. Buzzfeed we got several wicky the week dot com rancor dot com. I love rinker. Rinker had some good shit and that's pretty much about it but yeah we'll lunch of you. Know and random. Always thank you to google and then our friends have sent in a bunch of random as well we love it so we just found ones. We liked as a siblings mortgage. Yes yes. It is a blink schmidt sport excited for the bottom half of it. Okay you go first all right ready here we go. I was once chasing my sister around the house. We were foreign to at the time and she suddenly stopped and i rammed my face into her but perhaps embarrassing on its own. Why would that be embarrassing. It's your sister it the but it's the bus about actually face into by but apparently rammed her hard enough to kill the tooth for years. Afterwards one of my front teeth was gray and dead next to the white ones all. Because i accidentally bit my sisters but one night funny so bluetooth. I didn't even read that right. I know that's why i was like. Oh my god how fucking funny how wicked she have hit on the that would have killed her to just think maybe impact impact k. You're right you're absolutely right. You should be a corner. I would love to be. But i'm not that smart forest next one to be honest. This is more of a family doing something that others might consider embarrassing but not my family. My sister is a well How do i put this. She has two things in common with dolly parton. Immodesty is not one of them. Five of us siblings plus three spouses and several of my nieces nephews. Great nieces and great nephews have gathered together with dad. We are in a rather nice seafood restaurant and basically waiting for entrees. My well endowed sisters wearing a low cut blouse. I'm not sure how it started. But i noticed. Several empty wadded up. Sugar packets straw rappers. Excetera are being rolled up and tossed in my sister's direction. Yup nearly the whole family was playing cleavage basketball. After dad paid the two hundred dollar tab we asked to never come back. I wanted to read that one just because you know me. Yo i'm equivalent to dolly parton. She's got some fucking. Ted's mother milk tits as i'd like to say and when i was in middle school my guy friends love to talk shit at boobs right down. What middle school literally. It was always even. I would say highschool the guys always thought it was so funny. It's like a carnival. Like are you fucking kidding me but at the same time it was really funny she loved it. Okay i don't tension was on me. Teams like put put a fucking point on my best asset. Yes maine tales. My lucky teddy's right next story. Lucky back when my sister was younger one random night she was sleepwalking. It was the first. And last time i had ever seen her do that. It was super weird. She took pants and squatted onto the computer desk. As if she was gonna pee but she started crying walked to the laundry room and put underwear on her head. She never realized she did that and she was in denial when we told her so. Have you had siblings sleepwalk. I'm i talk. Talent force night. Cows the worst cow will like ms but by he is the most sleep talker but california. Share them when we were growing up. And so you'd be in the kitchen at night. You could hear upstairs and bombay conversation conversations and i remember ryan says that i sleep talk a lot and i'll just have like little like she does happen camera. I'll just be like. Is that what it is like i. It's weird really weird when people talk so like. I'm doing my dream. But i don't realize i'm doing it out loud so i'm still in that but ryan says i do it early morning early so cassidy and the twins all kind of kind of do it Clara when we were younger. I was sleeping in my room and also on the door opened my robots buckingham clara. She was so tiny. as like. what's up. She's like nothing literally. Shut the door and went down the stairs fucking creepy. I was like what the fuck and laughed but cassidy is asleep talker and recently. She slept talk when the twins and i slept over at her apartment and she was sleep talking. I can't remember. I wish i could get one of the twins up here right now because it was so funny and she was like talking backed us. It literally made no sense and then when we were younger cassidy is rumor across the hall from each other. So i was in. My roman cassidy was like already in bed. I was in high school. She was an elementary school. So i had a later time. And i could hear her like getting up and trying to get stuff and i go into her room like i saw the light flick on and then i could hear her so i was like what the hell's going on in there so i like got up and like oh into her romo's like what's going on. I just i. I just need to get merida's things merida's things you have school tomorrow like you can bring you can get in the morning ready for her and give it to her. No i just have to meredith. She needs her thing. She told me she needs her things. And i was like okay laughing. It was like a a friend from elementary school and it was just so funny. I don't know my mom came down. And then eventually she was on back to bed but you want to hear it. It's talking thing so you know. I had a friend past couple weeks ago Grace she had a brain tumor and she was battling that for a couple of years. And it's really sad that she passed. But i remember. She told me this this story about when she had a sleepover with one of her friends. Sierra who i knew from high school and she said that like sierra up she was awake but she wasn't awake in grace was sleeping over and sears like who's there and grace was like it's me and she's like no who's over there and she points to to an empty corner and then she just odd falls back asleep sitting up like what just happened. This growth forgotten that and it just money also. I do think there was a time in my life. K where i did sleep walk like i had a little bit of a spell with that because sometimes i wake up in my parents room and i would be like walking into their wall like i'd make it into their room and i have like really vague memories of like making it into their room because it was like a long hallway. Get it whatever and then just walking like a fucking robot like into a wall and then waking up being like where am i where i think i am but getting lost in my own house when i'm sleeping at night weird and the my parents having to be like are you. Okay go back to bed. I don't think no one's ever told me that i sleep. Walker sleep talk. I just remember that guy. i'm. I'm not i sleep so lightly and like i don't have i never just really pass out all night. I'm i'm constantly waking up. So i don't feel like i have enough deep. I need to get like a deep sleep stayed behind. I don't think i get that deep so funny so we're all right next door. My brother and i were young. Are mom would buy us way tidies to wear. Eventually i figure she thought we were old enough. She bought us boxers instead. She left them hanging in my room on some sort of shirt hangers not sure why she uses shirt hangers rather than short hangers. What are short hangers. They're just like a clipper something. also white he tidies. my father used to call them skivvies. I love good skivvies. If he loves skivvies. So i'd brother and i go into my room to try them on. We were little in. This was a big step for us so we were enthralled we each grab one go into different areas of the and put them on i being the idiotic brother that i was decided to put the boxers on with the hangar. Still in them. Once they were on we eat turned around to show the other after class. My brother decided to try. And take the hanger out so he grabbed the hook which was sticking out of the top of my waistband and pulled it out however when he does so the strap hook like on this hangar caught my balzac and ripped it open at first. We had no idea what had happened then. I felt blood all down my leg. I run downstairs screaming. My balls are bleeding. After having to show my mom which was embarrassing even then she rushed me to the children's hospital where i had two different female. Nurses come to examine me my god the entire time. I'm in shock. Thinking that i'm going to lose my balls impossibly never pee again. Finally the doctor comes in with a needle in stitch me up. I thankfully didn't lose a ball. I still have the scar fifteen years later to prove it. No i will not picture. It didn't happen but yep that's my embarrassing siblings story. There has to be far worse stories in that this reminds me of a story that My old biology teacher told us about her brother. It was either. Her brother brought in a locker room. You know when you switch the town the west seventy so. The friend takes tally around any snap set. And it hits. Her brother's ball sack. God and what happens to the balzac it gets fucking torn in the fucking testicle. Stop it. Stop. it comes out falls out. And they had to put his testicles in a dixie cup and tape it to his legs. Polish a graphic warning on this for you booths graphic graphic story more women's stories so the brothers stories are i. Don't the differences. I have three sisters. You have to other so you have no sisters and i have no brothers so you have sisters in another. You know my sister's really miami. And also like i was just gonna say that jules. Yeah yeah but they taped his ball sack in a dixie cup to his leg roller out. I'll read the story. Oh i think it's supposed to be but to us. Talk that whole story okay. Sorry there's no there's no names on this one. We're just going with the flow today. When i was probably seven years old me and my brother would be hanging out upstairs in our room but there was only one bathroom in the house and it was downstairs in all the way on the other side of the house. Our solution pm bottles and throw them out the window. Little did we know. We threw them out the window to the backyard. Where my entire extended family was so bad. Just a golden shower outback cod this next one. I caught my brother having sex yesterday. It was his birthday party and everyone was wondering for him and this girl was me being the curious little shit. I am decided to investigate. I feel that. I walked into his room to see this girl's bear s and a little bit of pulse facing the door. I luckily didn't see my brother but knew he was probably under her. Put a plus slowly shut the door and told everyone that she was throwing up and he was holding her hair. Back sure was then. I waited upstairs with noise cancelling headphones on and waited for them to come out when they came out. I told them what i told everyone and the girl turned bright red but he was a good brother. Yeah he was a good program for him but he said he was throwing up so she probably felt awkward. Yep my five year. Old sister is a genius. I haven't been able to work in the last two weeks. Because i was waiting for my covert results. And because i've been at the house. I've noticed a pattern. I live in a house with three of my siblings. My mom and my stepdad were all independent of each other because we all have different schedules and needs so we don't eat together. I've come to realize that my youngest sister has greatly taken advantage of that. She wakes up for the rest of us and lays in bed until the next person gets up which is me. She asked me every day to make her an egg. While i make my breakfast. I make her an egg toast and i make myself some eggs and we eat together pretty much every morning then. My stepdad wakes up in usually by. Then i'm already at work. But because i haven't been working i was in my room. I heard her ask him to make her oatmeal. He makes her oatmeal and makes his oatmeal. Then they eat together every single day. Roughly an hour after. I made breakfast little shit then. My stepdad goes to work and my other sister wakes. Oh my god the little one asks for frozen waffles and they eat frozen waffles together every day after she eats oatmeal. Oh my god then. My brother gets up around noon in makes pizza bites or a hot pocket or something like that and she asked him to make some extra for her he does and they eat their junkie lunch together everyday so basically my younger sister gets up has four breakfasts a day because we don't communicate about who is feeding her got so everyone just does it. She knows their schedules and plans for feeding time. That is kind of smart though. That's so it's like a dog and she's probably like board okay next prisons up where we're gonna eat okay. I'll eat them to this morning. Something i early bird breakfast. She gets brunch breakfast early breakfast breakfast brunch and lunch. Okay next story. My little brother. And i were just hanging out in my room when all of a sudden he wanted to show me all of his pokemon cards. I said look at them since he was really enthusiastic about it. He brought them back and he said that. His ev card was his favourite skew. She's ev kind of i know It's funny because this reminds me of the kids that i nanny. Yup the oldest brother. We used to do this all the time. And i was like okay. He's so enthusiastic about can pull on back today so to. Yes so i kind of knew what he was talking about bonded on pokemon go for a little bit but now he's over at his old for we. He used to go through every single card. A love showing me his vocal mark rats and he had a lot of. I love that my kid taught me how to play it does that. I actually had to teach him. We got it out one day. We did that on the back porch over a nice sunny day and he got all his cards out and we separate. We've literally were like picked out. Our own cards. Tried our best but it was confusing to be honest. It is fucking confusing as he was showing them to me. He decided that he wanted to give me some. I told him he didn't have to but he insisted going through the cards and selecting wants to give me. Then he got to his ev card. He looked at me then to the card. Then back to me and side then said this one is fairy special to me. I want you to take good care of it. Oh i'm gonna cry. I know this is a cute story was a cute one. It was the most adorable thing he has ever done. And i don't think he has any idea how happy it made me. I still keep that card on my person at all times. Because she's like oh he's just interested in this cute story in there. Oh reminds me. A valentine's day is coming up. I guess you guys can send in your fucking love stories. I can tell you time that. I don't really force brian to d you ask on valentine's day i said we don't canada's our anniversary valentine's day one and then i can just be such a fucking miserable bitch the whole time we were in robertson grill and i had to say and i said are you gonna do it already. What what are we doing though. That's what he's writing. What are we doing crying. No you're really nice. Roberts may grow your little we doing. Why are we doing this. And then i was his girlfriend. Secondly he's like. Why was literally just about to ask you if you want to make official. Oh wow really jumped the bullet on that one. So what are we doing. That was the line up stories. I know that my friend andrea has a great marriage proposal and it is the battle. She said she will send it in. And we'll get fucking fun. It is but sending the love story sent in the times that your boyfriends okay. Why are we getting into this right. Now let's get back to rumors anyways when were young. Okay this is my where it was my turn no eight. No you just told the story. Okay okay s- woo when we were younger. Our parents worked three jobs so we were alone. In most of the time the money was low one day my older sister and i were saying how bad we wanted to nachos our little brother who was around six years old at the time came into the room holding a bowl with a crushed toast. That an a microwave slice of american cheese. It looked horrible. And i hate american cheese. It always makes me wanna puke. Which is ironically doing. I ate it anyways. Because i couldn't handle breaking my brother's heart by not appreciating his gesture now to just smoke a big bowlers with something so ever i would never eat thought. Sorry i don't care american. It's so gross. Only land-o-lakes linda lakes deli good olympic. She's fits bomb all right. Here's the next one. My brother was driving me to buy wedding and after being with my soon to be husband for about twelve years having had three kids together and not really being all that fuss about the whole shindig. I was pretty calm about the whole thing. I was quietly having a ciggie and thinking about something completely unrelated to the fact that i was getting married in a half hour when he pulls up to the venue turns and asks. Do you wanna go through with this. What do you want to get married because if not say so now and have you at the airport before they realize you're running late. This is our brother talking. This is the brother. I'm still not sure whether more touched by the fact that he'd let me smoke in his car or that. He offered to help me do a runner on my wedding day. You know what is good partners in that like if you really want to get out of it now your chances go yes. Some people might be mad if you do that. Maybe they've had doubts for a week and have been scared to tell people you know yup. Well i'm glad it worked out you next one. Once when my brother was super sick with a chest cold he had a vaporizer running in his room. My parents went out for the evening. So naturally i peed in the vaporizer. While he was asleep when they came home and opened his door they were greeted by a fog cloud made of my urine. Don't worry he was fine. Calpeda my cotton candy machine stop. We throw it out. We never god. He was little thank. Didn't next story when we were young. My little brother would fall asleep with his mouth open. My oldest brother would wait until he fell asleep and would fart on face. It was so nasty that he could literally taste fart in his in his mouth. And wake up. That's so gross fucking gross. These are also there's a little short short ones snappy ones. When i was about five years old. I got my boot stuck in deep mud in couldn't move after successfully attempting to pull me out. My sister walked home to get help. I waited in the rain for an hour in no one came so i pulled my feet out of the boots and walked home barefoot. When i got home. I found my sister watching. Tv should apparently forgotten all about me. God you imagine. I mean if you could get your boots out at least. That's so funny okay. When i was nine. I was using the bathroom while my waited for me. My four year old sister came up and said that she really needed to use the bathroom. My friend decided that it would be hilarious to convince her to use the litter box instead adopted. We thought that since she was small her poop would be small and just look like normal cap. Sadly we were very mistaken after house wreaked by the time my mom walked in and found the massive heil of poop just sitting. There haphazardly covered with leonard So fucking funny. My sister twelve gets allowance based on. How many tour she does. but she's always too lazy to do them so she rarely has money when she wants it. One day she and her friends wanted to go to the movies so she went into my wallet and stole money. I guess the password for her phone opened her snapchat and posted on her story. My name is such and such. And i still money from people. Even though i get paid to take out the garbage like clothes in the laundry. She hasn't taking money from me since no fences. It's kind of an asshole. Move a little bit. Yeah for sure for the sister to post that like blaster. Just fucking deal with the in private. I don't know this next story was told to me recently by some brothers who i'm friends with sell. My brother and i were vacationing in europe. We have been travelling all day in reached a train station. Then all of a sudden my brother said he had to take a shit. There was no restrooms incite so he decides to hop offense and take a shit on the other side at the same exact time as he is doing. His duty pants pulled down. And pooping a train starts to pull up slowly into the station and the light is shining on my brothers asshole. It's still makes me laugh so hard to this day. But i know he was mortified. I'm pretty sure that's the way it was. We're kinda drinking. do i know this next person. I feel someone who sentences a time. Okay all right. This next one sibling story. I have many siblings stories. Because i'm the middle child of seven kids and we've always been super close growing up. I was my older sibling. Shadow specifically my brother who is right above me. He has always had asthma. But it was especially bad when we were younger when i was about nine in him twelve. We're playing down the street with some friends. Our friend had an older cousin was a bully. It's kayleigh my older cousin. The bully honestly just a big jerk and he started picking on my brother when my brother stood up for himself this bullies started. Chasing sean down the street. I followed on my bike to try to catch up to them. And i notice sean. Starting to have an asthma attack from running in the heat so he's slowed down to try to catch his breath when he slowed down. This kid jumped on his back in started punching him. I wanna fuck can take this kid. Fight them in the fucking closet fucking asshole. My little nine year old self was even protective back. Then and i decided that i needed to do something. So i jumped that kid again off of my brother and started jumping on him and punching him and screaming at him. Don't touch my brother. My brother the one brother. I thought i'm not sure if this kid just didn't want to be messing with a little girl. But i definitely felt totally in power. Yeah and like. I really beat this kid up since he left us alone. After that girl my brother turned out fine after. Oh thank god. I had a friend run down to my parents to grab them to sean home and give him treatment. I remind my brother of this constantly even now that i'm twenty seven and he's thirty. I even told this story at his wedding as part of these. I'm going to cry dot. Wouldn't insist that minute. Grab another time at a mumford and sons concert. I was walking through the field to find a spot to set up chairs with my oldest brother when we came across. Some older couples were wearing their binoculars. Trying to see the opening band play while walking by my older brother pushed the binoculars into the person's face in ran away on stop. What an asshole. I was left standing there looking guilty and just made out. I'm sorry as i walked away. Awkward right did he do that and nice thing. I literally still get emotional about this. But my same brother who. I beat up that kid for one time on my birthday. Gave me the gameboy advance. He saved up all of his money to buy when they were new and worked so hard to get he loved it so much and on. The cardi gave me which i still have. It says. i think you've wanted this for so long and would like it more than i do. Just let me play it sometimes. Best birthday present ever. And you're the best efforts you beat the shit out of that guy all right never going into some fucked up shit. Yes we go now. Quickey the scissor sisters. You wrote crazy crazy sibling. Shaded right that this is. This is linda. In charlotte mahal also called the scissor sisters are sisters from dublin ireland known for having killed and dismembered. Their mother's boyfriend fairus wallah nor in march two thousand five nor was killed with a stanley knife wielded by charlotte and struck with a hammer by linda. These two ain't fucking around following a confrontation with the sisters and their mother kathleen. His head and penis were sliced off and the rest of his corpse dismembered by the woman and dumped in dublin's royal canal. Where a piece of leg still wearing. A sock was spotted floating near croke park ten days. Oh my god what what the fuck yup to this is. From the week dot com. This is the sprawl sg twins subjects of two thousand ten book called killer twins. The hausky twins group committing crimes together in their youth. They would challenge each other to steal bigger and bigger items until on one such excursion. Stevens bohol killed a store owner in seventeen eighty one opened in nineteen seventy-one but that's okay. Keep going we'd like reading canoas online. You did. I heard you stanley teen seventeen. Eighteen nineteen seventy-one. You just said seventeen. Seventy one returned. Nineteen seventy-one guy. Nineteen seventy-one continue the next paragraph over. Okay sorry nineteen seventy-one. He killed a store owner. And i was reading it and i was saying the wrong thing. While his brothers served. Time in jail roberts life fell apart. He became addicted to crack cocaine and eventually began committing murders himself. Damn now considered a serial killer. Robert killed four people including his girlfriend who he strangled with an electrical cord or the brothers were estranged for most of their lives and when a police officer showed stephen article about his brother confessing to four murders. He said. I thought i was the only murderer in the family. It's creepy know that they weren't even like together all right rancor dot com in february two thousand sixteen robber and michael boever went on a late boever. Boever's from broad city busby peppers. Oh god and get your rotisserie chicken from costco fucking drop kicks it so i love it. I back in moment in february. Two thousand sixteen robert and michael boever one on a late night killing spree throughout their household and stabbed their parents in one younger sibling to death as they slept two of their siblings managed to survive the attack and call nine one one. Nine thousand nine hundred seventeen year old brothers had planned to cut up the bodies and store them in bins in the attic before taking the family vehicle. Along with the guns and enough ammunition to randomly killed ten people in unspecified locations. What the fuck. According to. Detective riyan russell. The brothers wanted to be mentioned alongside. Mass murderers like eric harris dealing we bold gold and james homes. Which are the The columbine columbine yes tres horrible. I love the title of this one inspired by the notebook. These siblings kept sexy. Oh god this is okay. It just had to it had to be done. I'm sorry i had to do it. It's all right. That's okay in a way we go. It's been proven that richard goslings. The notebook can cause severe emotional and sexual reactions in its viewers. And if you happen to be watching the sexy film with your brother or sister you better be wearing your chastity belt. I can't well siblings from georgia. I do love georgia right now. Dow this is fucked. This is fucked up. Christopher buckner a woman christopher christopher tweet thorough kid who cares and timothy savoy were arrested for prowling sodomy and incest after they admitted to police that they had sex three times in a tractor-trailer parked outside of a baptist church after watching the classic romance. Any any. I wouldn't consider this a sexy films like no is. That film is the dumbest sexy. I really want is. I'm sorry i'm not. I don't like romance movies. I'm surprised they weren't watching fucking deliverance. I know how to play that song and my ukulele self taught myself. Thank god all right next one. In april two thousand sixteen ten year old and a fifteen year old brother and sister duo murdered their six year. Old brother jackson while playing a game of hide and go seek when authorities found the body of the youngest brother he was buried under two feet of mud dirt and debris and he had obviously been officiated in stabbed in the neck. What the fuck. According to the lewisville police spokesman richard douglas the fifteen year old sister committed the actual murder but the ten year old was also complicit. The ten year old brother. That was the one that was supposed to be playing hide and go seek admitted to holding down his brother during the own. So so y'all fuck lots. Jon benet i think it was the braga. That's a whole nother story to get into. I think it was. Can we be sued for defamation. It's already been set. In tons of documentaries i agree. I don't think they're going to be fabulous us local wine. But i'm telling you when i get up there. Who killed you when i get up there. You know where i'm going. They i might go to hell at an whatever and this next story is from rancor my one true love families are tough. Sometimes you might be so angry at your siblings that you wanna set them on fire. But you don't do it unless of course you're trevor and loveness mug who mahboob mob who hulu. Then all bets are off in two thousand twelve. This bob way siblings accused their younger sister of being possessed by a demon and started praying over her before stabbing her repeatedly with an umbrella in the knife when their mother tried to intervene the brother and sister choked her to death loveness than to set their sister on fire by throwing burning ashes at her. Which doesn't seem like it would work but the girl managed to escape in contact the authorities. What the fucking umbrella. Here's another georgia. One this is also from rinker nerds are the worst in two thousand twelve. A pair of twins dorks from georgia murdered a journalist from pensacola florida over his one. Hundred thousand dollar magic the gathering hard election. According to a police report. The brothers killed their victim with blunt force trauma to the head before shoving his body in a plastic bag him in a concrete block transporting across state lines and bearing the block in their father's backyard. What so fucked up. Is that the end. That is the anna that's beyond. I gotta say right now k. I got the vaccine a couple of days ago. I was gonna make you mentioned on the beginning with Cut the by cut the vaccine on. Was it saturday on saturday. My arm has been killing me his entire time. I've been trying to like lift it up and put it down and stretch. I am in so much pain right now and it comes and goes but you guys can get the vaccine get it please. Bad we go do question questions. Yeah let's go honey. I'm to go. I i can go first okay. What is the most unusual item on your bucket list. Oh lord that's weird. Oh a weird thing you wanna do before passed a couple off so far so Spitting on getting spit on by a An now packer. Alama either dying. But one of my number one's a seeing in our wall. Yeah i like that. That's like number one. I agree that i like that. I have two. That are really weird. Okay learned to hula-hoop can't teach you right now. People have tried. It's it's a thing it's i just. Don't my hips. just don't do it. I don't know why hundred am i other thing is that i just forgot. Why are you think of it. Can i tell you who taught me how to hulu. Yeah very random. Yeah hooters girls in daytona beach. Stop at daytona hooters. They taught me how to hula-hoop what. And then i was obsessed with it for majority of my childhood. I was the hula hoop girl in gym class. My other thing is. I really want to do this. And i've been trying to ride the state street elevator. What's yes there is a hidden elevator inside state really shitty. And they won't let me. But i want to. Are you talking about stadi- the bar my favorite bar like the one now. Not the old while the old ones the new one has a elevator in it. But it's like an old rickety one dying someday do it but don't do it when you're about to die okay your questions I think your answer might be similar or possibly the same as my answer but we'll see what annoying songs have people tortured you with by overplaying them or seeing them too. I think i'm going to change this question to what song a noisy the most second comes on like. It just makes you so fucking mad. Black horse in a cherry tree. Oh mckinney tunsil the war song of all time. I agree with you. But that's not what i was thinking up. But i fucking agree with you like literally sanitaire and that artist and cam. I was gonna say. I know everybody loved the dog. Days are over two or whatever the hell was that was kind of in a way. Yeah i agree with that one. Sorry i also plenty others too. I also think the other one that was really fucking wing. Just somebody not even that good but the one i was gonna say is what do you need me man You know it's so funny. I literally every time. I hear that i feel like i don't know why it makes me. Do i look like i got to do this. Weird thing you see my face. I don't know why it's the worst friend song. I kept quite well. You me and i'm them. I lost my mind morris. Shut up. I love you and other songs. I do love that song every time you walk into target. Every time we go into walgreen's every time you go in vogue and hannaford all right. I think we've done enough goodbye this. I'm done what who fucking cares. We don't and that's on or on is what they can say now to period the on era book facebook for not letting us have a fucking exclamation or even a close parentheses. I don't know i'll take my uncle. What's on your way was bringing it on my hand. Isn't it the best i love. It was the day that you got it. I can't hear you. you can't hear me i can. I know you said forever now. I walk ahead. Data your to close. I know my cap got. I don't know dude. You're haven't struggled a 'cause i hear his damn mind all here in my head day in day out as yousef bless you thank you donna. Hey donna donna daughter. Hey he can you grab at j. Dan can you grab archie. Hey donna we need you to grab g being all that fuss about the whole ready. I'm ready if archie shutting the fuck up having had three kit my fucking got him and kill the spouse key twins grew. okay buddy. It's okay party while his brothers turned chiming jail. John timing geo life fellow pot. He became addicted to crack cocaine and actually picky committed himself considered a serial killer. Robert killed four people including his girlfriend. We struggle with electrical cord. Keep going keep going to do the left one. I got to reread that. Don't i i don't know it's so good. You can save for the bloomberg okay. Well his brother's turned on my god. While his brothers served time in jail roberts life fell apart he became. He became addicted to crack cocaine. It's not funny it's not. He became addicted to crack cocaine. Now serious ago you became addicted to crack cocaine be.

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426: When you KNOW you can't keep doing the same thing

Earn Your Happy

24:45 min | 1 year ago

426: When you KNOW you can't keep doing the same thing

"But you have to look for it and when you spot it look up and say thank you God or thank you universe or whatever you believe because you have to spot it and think it in order for it to keep coming. Welcome to earn your happy podcast. I'm hi. I'm Laurie harder. Founder of the Bliss Project Three time fitness world champion fitness expert and cover model turned Self Love Junkie Lifestyle Entrepreneur and author author each week will bring you a guest or a thought that will help you bust through your fears connect to your soul and get focused and clear so you can elevate your life business and relationships. We don't wait until we're ready for someone to tell us. We're good enough. We take what we want and we anoint ourselves. Selves get ready to earn own and on apologetically rock your happiness every single day. Are you with me here. We go welcome back to the earn your happy podcast and it's time for another quick because there's there's always time to fit an inspiration and I was on my run this morning. listening to a podcast per usual sometimes uh-huh. I listen to two to three of them depending on the time line during my run and something triggered just this moment of remembering back to before I had stepped into doing speaking and events and sharing my message edge but I was out there doing fitness competitions and things like that. I think I may be head landed a couple of like layout so I hadn't I don't. I don't think I'd even yet had covers of magazines. which when I say landed I mean I hadn't yet pitched myself gotten rejected a million times? That's that's part of my story. I always like to share because I think it's important for people to know that every single one of those ten different covers that got was because I scratched my way okay into getting them literally. I wish I could say it was a graceful thing and I attracted it but I did not. I pitched every single one several times. He got rejected so many times so anyhow my run after being in the fitness world for a while but before being in the self development world and I was reading all the books and I was really looking at all of these different people and mentors that I wanted to be like looking at these different. AB- leveled groups of friends that but I didn't yet have and I was also still stuck in a lot of my old habits like a lot of old sabotaging habits because because I noticed that when I would start to sabotage my life the ways in which I would sabotage would be through my old ways of you've sabotaging my old bad habits which was binge eating which was isolating myself which was telling myself stories about why wasn't good enough which was going on social media and comparing myself and going down these rabbit holes in ending up on the couch just like in this mess of my own stories stories in my own pain like bawling my eyes out by myself going to the fridge eating a crapload of food making myself feel even worse trying to fill a void loyd that was unfilmable by external things in food and anything that was external and I remember having these pivotal evitable moments of like when your higher self comes in it's like you. You have to stop this. You have to be the person to stop this like. Nobody's nobody's coming for you. Oh and sometimes that's the hardest place to be in the worst place to be because here just like in your darkest hour and you realize nobody's coming in for you to take you out of that and that you have to save yourself and you just feel incapable of saving yourself. I don't even think I need to say. I don't know if you've ever have been there because I know that you've been there if you listen to this podcast. I know that it's because you're either in that place or you. Don't WanNA revisit that place or or you are revisiting that place but every time you revisit it. Maybe it's a little bit better. Maybe it's not because I think the place just changes like I think we remodel and redecorate but the place can still feel awfully similar and on my run today remember not only being in that place but having this moment of saying I can't ever have another Monday. Monday must have been a Monday that brought myself back to but I can't ever have another Monday like this again like I can't go on knowing that my Mondays and the rest of my weeks are going to look like this. This is not the life that I can keep showing going up for. It didn't even know what that meant but I just knew. I cannot do another Monday like this with these same thoughts in the same place doing the same thing now. How does that actually translate. It's like how do we pull ourselves from what feels like hell into a place that can look a little different than next. Monday and I think in that moment woman that was when I figured out what grace was like. It was like all right well. You can't do it all at once. But what can you do to get yourself out of the situation right now. And how did you get here. And what if you started putting something in your calendar during these times that you know you kind of go into this really triggered place like being alone in the afternoons. Younes and trying to get stuff done. This is not a good time for you like this is always when you slip back in here or maybe it's the evenings. Maybe you could put a walk here like how. Oh can you support yourself and then I started thinking. What can I do to get myself out of this massive anxiety and panic attacks in the sphere. I have around getting my message out and speaking being and it was like okay well. Can I do some sort of small event. Can I go to an event. Can I get help like who is in this arena. That could actually help me in and don't give up when you can't find it right away. Don't give up when you inbox everyone and they don't get back to you. That's a test. Don't give up start. Googling is invent is it. A coach is it. A book is it. Just walks with a friend is at walks by yourself is a walks with a podcast because sometimes was all your friends are going to say no because it means that you are required to get even stronger in that moment and that you're meant to just go for that walk alone. I thought this today because I was thinking about when I also decided to really step in as a speaker and it was a moment where I was out actually early on a walk and I got an email and I was looking at all of the women in my arena who was like at the time it was Gabby Bernstein and Daniela Port Marianne Williamson Zen and all of these Murray Four Leo all these people that I was like oh no. I meant to be doing something like that but I don't know how I do it. I'm not smart enough. I'm not good enough but there's something in me that during those moments of like maybe an amazing run or you know your favorite great song on the radio and you're in your car and you can just see who you're meant to be. You can feel it. You can feel that part of you. Come through and you're like I am meant for more. I can be great. I have greatness inside I to me but I don't know how to unlock it around people. I don't know what shape that would be in. I don't know what form that could take and I was out on this. Walker Walker run or whatever it was but it came on my an email came through on my phone and it was from Jack Canfield who I followed at the time and it said that he was running this three week train the trainer program and it was to help people who wanted to be speakers and teachers to to be able to speak and teach and lead and I was like this is exactly what I need and then I got to the bottom and I read the price and I was like Oh my God. This is exactly what I need but I can't afford this. This is more than I've ever paid for anything in my entire life like not only that my husband is definitely only. GonNa say no to this so I I also knew in the same same second that I had to do it so I went into the mode of figuring out a way instead of figuring out why can't and why I'm going to play victim on my answer came but I can't afford it so I decided I did that. I was going to make it happen no matter what and from there on out I did. I put it on credit card. I convince I convinced my husband. I put on a credit card and I knew that at that point that I was created so much pressure for myself and so much accountability but I was so uncomfortable. I knew I couldn't back down but I wanted to. I had so many days where I cried where he thought. What the hell am I doing like. I can't believe I did this like I'm GonNa fail again. I never complete anything. What was I thinking except I created the right amount of pressure for myself. Alf because pressure is a privilege right. There's a famous tennis player. That says that Oh what's her name. I can't remember but you guys you can look it up. Pressure is a privilege and oftentimes pressure is in the kind of pressure. That's GONNA actually motivate us to stick. Something isn't going to come unless we created ourselves so sometimes sometimes we're like. I'm so stressed out and I'm so pressured like don't look at it like that. Of course it's there but you can say wow. This is really pushing me to my next level like I put a lot on the align right. I always say put so much on the line that your higher self is forced to come out and that's exactly what I did. My higher self new to make that decision because I knew that I needed it. I I knew it was who I needed to become and I knew that that was going to be. I didn't have the tools I needed to go. Find somebody who had the tools so that's what I did. I showed up in that room. I was so freaked out. I didn't feel ready. I pretty much cried the entire time the night before I went on the airplane I told told Chris. I didn't know what I was doing. What was I thinking. This is insane and I showed up and I still showed up in the room. The first day in pretty much wanted to cry the whole day. I was so shy the entire first week hardly anyone met me. They didn't really know who I was because I just stood in the back and yes I do the exercise in yes I had to partner up but I tried to hide as much as it could even within that room and it wasn't until the second week that were like Oh my God. Why didn't you say like what you did or that. You were in fitness or you now. Why didn't you start sharing a partier story because you have a great story and I was like what story like my story sucks like I. I'm afraid I having -iety like I've panic. Attacks accessed from the small town. I have nothing to share and that's an amazing story and the power of what I'm saying is you don't know your the greatness and you don't know your capabilities until you test them out and testing them in a safe space is not how you test your capabilities and i. I don't want you to do this if you're not called to this if you're not called to leveling up if you're not called to reaching your highest purpose please take this podcast and just. I don't know you can chuck it in the ocean. 'cause it's definitely not speaking to you because I'm talking to the people who are ready to step into that next level of themselves. I'm talking to the people who are we're ready to level up because there are so many opportunities out there and my friend. I decided that since we have run events and since you know my team and I now do like fifteen events a year that's including Chris's masterminds as well we knew that we wanted to teach people how to step into their calling doing and how to run events if they want or how do masterminds or how to do small workshops or how to get your message out there or be profitable with it because if I didn't have that training and if I did not go to events I would never be doing what I was doing because I did not have the group of people who supported me yet and I didn't didn't realize I had to create that for myself until I realized it and I think a lot of you are realizing it right now and whether it's this event that I'm talking about that I've created. I'm not sure if you've heard of it yet but it's event love that's V. Dot Com event love DOT COM the reason I created it is because I know that my purpose is to teach the next generation ration- of Speakers Leaders Teachers people who want to create these safe spaces for people and these really connected experiential transformational experiences experiences and I don't know about you but I've gone to so many events where I leave and I'm like that was kind of not necessarily super awesome and a bit of a waste of my time because it was not facilitated in a way that was a connected events not that the event was bad and I'm sure I could have stepped in and a much bigger away and introduced myself to two people and made it a goal to do that and I do that a lot but for the average person who hasn't done a lot of self development work or hasn't put known to go with intention into events to go and meet people enforce themselves out of their comfort zone. They're not necessarily going to do it. They're going to get their car and they're gonNa go home afterward and what we want to create is events where people have to connect where people get dropped into their heart where people leave and feel more fulfilled and changed afterward and I fully believe that that can happen in that. You can also be completely monetarily supported. Doing this work in the world so Tom. Event Love was created from that place of knowing that we wanted to teach the teachers I am so so so excited to be in the room with people who know they're called to be a teacher a speaker a leader any sort of anything like that and when I first went to this event I did not have an event in mind. I didn't even really you have a business. I had a fitness business but I did not have a self development business yet. I was like I'm supposed to lead big events okay. What does that look like so so right. When I got done with this program my event was one week later and I can tell you that without it. It's still would have runoff. I'm sure it still would have been great but because I had the experience in the room where I got to actually step into it. I understood and I felt so much more prepared because of it so even if you've done events we're going to be going over so many things that Lindsay Schwartz and I have learned through through doing events lake right down to how do you protect your energy in the room. How do you walk through the hallways to the bathroom without you know getting getting involved in a conversation that could really drain you or that could really deeply affect you before you get back on stage or what does it look like to be really intentional with your event and create a theme for your events so people can understand exactly who is supposed to go to the event or what do you charge for your event. And how do you plan backwards awkward. And how do you plan to make a profit. And how do you know if your audience is even receptive to events so many questions that people do not realize how do you how do you treat your speakers speakers. How do you create speaker contracts. what does that look like. What are you supposed to cover. What are YOU WANNA do. what do you what do you want to do for them. I mean it. It's literally the endless that we have put this training on for one week. It's going to be a five day certification training program and it is going to would be like a boot camp for anyone that wants to do this. It's going to be really heavy on getting you into your zone of genius and figuring out how how to be authentically you and share that message from stage and we are going to make you share in the room. We're GONNA get you into groups. He'll be leading visualizations. You'll be speaking on stage. You'll be sharing your message. You'll be leading breakouts. You will actually be doing the work after we teach you how to do it. In after we put you through it and then the other half will also also be how to learn to market yourself how to manifest your own. Pr How to share on social how to get people involved towd do affiliates all of that fun stuff it goes on and on and on everything that we've done in order to make our events profitable and between my team and Lindsay's team mm-hmm we have over four million dollars profited not profited we have grossed over four million dollars in our events which is absolutely amazing so you can four sure support support yourself throughout your throughout your purpose throughout your desired calling thank you can absolutely do this. You can be fully fully supported because the message wants to be supported so something I want to mess it that I want to say is. If if that triggered you at all just the thought it'd been making money off of being able to do you're calling you are meant to be highly highly supported because without that message being supported. You cannot what do it so we'll also talk about that and getting really right with your mindset around all of that. We have so many amazing facilitators coming into this event. It's going to be mind and blowing. We have my team. we have guest speakers. I'm not sharing them yet. my amazing husband. Chris is going to be sharing on money mindset. Lindsey Schwartz and we have about about four or five other guest speakers coming into share. There's on genius. These are people who have been successful in this realm so you guys. I really pray that we can be in the room with you. It's going to be a more intimate group. We're capping off at about sixty people so it will be a group where we get to drop in with. Everyone talked to everyone here from everyone. Have everyone on stage. Get some epic stage shots for you. Guys get you used to and comfortable being onstage in facilitating and also answering every single question that you have. It's going to be some really hardcore intensive work and by the end you will feel like a completely different person because you will have a reference point. Wait for the rest of your life from practicing these skills in the room so I just WanNa. Send you so much. Love in whatever you're doing if this is not for you awesome amazing that's fantastic. There's so many other modalities for you that are going to come your way and I know it so. If there's something that you know that you want to do just keep your eyes and ears open because it's fricken crazy how staying wildly open actually brings that thing to you. I can't even tell you how much lately I have been like saying. I'm wildly open to the way this outcome is going to come to me and I'm like I had no idea that this was going to open up but you have to look for it and when you spotted spotted look up and say thank you God or thank you universe or whatever you believe because you have to spot it and think it in order for it to keep coming so I know that if this is not your time or your training or this is you know something that you can't do the data's not right for your life. Don't worry something is on its way away and that is a belief that you have to hold in your heart. There's so many things I'm like Oh. This date isn't working out and I try to force. It doesn't feel good. It's starting to feel crazy gene. I'm like you know what there are times when that's important to force it and make it happen and you know it in your heart because you're supposed to be there and then there are times where you just can't make it work and you feel sick and so sad and that is when you get to practice abundance and say you know what start the right time and it's because it's keeping me open for another time for something else and then you have to watch for something else and say. Oh that's why so that's a belief that always keeps me really grounded and keeps me feeling really safe and keeps me knowing that life his abundant and there's not just one chance there's going to be multiple multiple chances so he does. I'm sending you so much love. I really hope I get to be in that room with you. It is event love. Dot Com eve- e- E N T L U v DOT COM and if you guys have any questions at all you can actually book a call on the website. If you're like eighty eighty percent sure that you want to go you can book a call with Lindsay or on the event love website and I really really really cannot wait. Wait to get this room with you and right now. There is early bird going on until September thirtieth so the end of September is when the one thousand one dollars off goes away so right now it's one thousand dollars off plus a free ticket to the bliss project event and a free ticket to Lindsey Schwartz is is live event which is next fall so a free ticket to her powerhouse women as well so that is over a two thousand in dollar two thousand five hundred dollars value. If you purchase right now so one week it's going to be January seventh through the eleventh and how how cool you guys will be getting your certificate of graduation on one eleven. I think that's awesome because I love numbers and you will have made a group of women are people who are absolutely going to be on this journey with you. You'RE GONNA learn so many cool skills you guys we have so many awesome teachers coming to teach you incredible skills meditation visualization possibly some breath work manifesting your own. Pr All of that good stuff so many cool things things that are fantastic for any events any current business that you have anything any event that maybe you work in corporate America that you want to add events category to your. You're going to create a job for yourself a new position for yourself within the company that you're already and maybe you have like I said at a fitness business where you want to start doing retreats or maybe you're a coach where you want to start doing masterminds or maybe you're an artist. I know we have an artist already in the group who's GonNa Start Start. Doing small workshops and help artists do different workshops to help them get paid so they're. GonNa teach these skills and pay them forward. You guys it is endless. What what you can do with this and it's going to fill pretty fast so go to event l. UV DOT COM two thousand dollars offer that early bird price for just the short time by the time this comes out. You're only going to have a little bit of time left in order to do that and it is in Phoenix in January twenty twenty this January seventh through the eleven so I can't wait to be in the room with you for five days. We're all going to be best used by the time it's done. and I hope that I get to see you there and if you enjoy away this podcast learning about this and if you're GONNA go shout out on social media and let us know if you'll be in the room what you're excited about what you're nervous about. and what you WanNa do with your life. What is the end goal. How do you see yourself. Who Do you see yourself as so I WANNA start meeting everybody right now. we have an awesome group already who has joined in the facebook group you guys these women are like is exactly the people that I was praying would show up in the room and if the scares you if this pushes sued edge yup say hi swear you're supposed to be it should make you feel exactly like how. I felt when I signed up for my training so you guys I'm sending you so so much. Love and I can't wait to be in this room with you like it is my life's purpose. It's my life's calling so. I can't wait to meet you and I'll talk to you soon and you guys until next time. Earn your happy by everyone. Thank you guys so much for spending this time with me on the earn your happy podcast I am. I am so glad that you stopped by. If you could take one second to share this episode with someone you think would love it that would be absolutely amazing easing and we would be forever grateful also. Please leave us a review. 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Jack The Gripper & Fallen Star

Bad In The Boondocks

44:28 min | 1 year ago

Jack The Gripper & Fallen Star

"On today's episode we discuss the Cruel Murderer Colin Ireland and a tragic Berger of Judith Barsky. You're listening to that in the boondocks baby. No you've talked bad welcome to do that in the Boondocks as always I'm one of your hosts. Dan and I'm drew through and as always we are so glad that you're here. I would just like to remind everybody this one will like go to Himalayas download that Himalayas APP find us on Himalayan were bad in the boondocks on him away and from there you can dan become a premium member which will give you episodes extra episodes and that is you get a Minnesota every other week and you get a full episode once a month scrawl for only four ninety nine anima wait. Did you say four ninety nine a month. That's right but wait do it right now and guess what else you'll receive you will receive access to the community. Yes also from there. You don't want to do a month to month. 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I'm on blood pressure medicine extremely high cholesterol. Lhamo Cholesterol Paul Medicine low testosterone copy get shots for that sand if you think the thirty six when I don't think thirty seven you're thirty six six thirty seven thirty seven yeah. I know I just realized this the doctor bring ear though said thirty seven and I said Holy Shit raw gray grammar so call them little child but y'all y'all need to help me John. I'm a little depressed about all this shit and I'm thinking maybe I should retire from podcast and let droop ourself. You're full of Shit. I'll I'm not yeah right. You're only that much of any use on the podcast. You've got to be joking series yeah. I'm serious your bullshit. Get online or whatever all right so. That's all the news how you're the one he does name editon dumb ass. I guess I can sit. Mar Lift Chair has lived anyway apart from close to the store so he wouldn't after walk okay well. I think that you went I last time that yet to go first this time for US store before my throat gets parched. Don't do that with me. Mother is the little parts I need to take a SIP drink employees. Don't please don't criticize me for calling them and amass. It's not personal. It's just playing really smell it. You're so full of it you you WANNA well. Let me start if I may man. I don't know if you want to is a good. I think. All of them are oh good. I hope that it's good okay abuse. y'All can't see the abuse but to you. You are right. y'All we often say that people just don't choose to become addicts or killer she. I'm not hope not right you don't but you could be taught into two but then there is at least one killer that did he aspired to become an infamous serial killer and set out to reach his goal. Well whenever teacher say be what you won't be. I'm at t took who'll too personal night that man was named Colin in Ireland Dub dance the gay slayer or Jack. The ripper for through all of Collins victims were homosexual. Men Column was born in Nineteen fifty four and he he was raised by his mother and maternal grandparents in Dartford Kent as a child he was thin lanky and seemed to get the worst of what schoolyard bullies had to give out however by the time he was an adolescent. Colin began getting into trouble of his own making speaking at the age of sixteen he committed his first crime in order to run away to London. He stole four pounds but that he was caught and sent to finch manner schooling. Kent this school only accept two boys to have both intelligence and emotional problems. They could've took me. Colin was once again teased and bullied here for revenge he set fire to one of the boys belongings hud how mess with although he was not charged for this column was made to leave Finch to manner so he ran away to London in London. Colin was homeless and penniless. So what did you do well. He resorted to robbery at seventeen in years of age. Once again. Colin was called you now. Maybe robbery isn't the crime for he knew starter for teashop correct. Yes that'd be great brewing company and he was sentenced to harmlessly bay which was a borstal and borstal were notorious British reform schools that were infamous for their brutal and severe tacked as I know in Bristol Virginia. I supply in Virginia. I'm GONNA Sudanese yeah. No no no I follow bristles within the country. Were telling me that like talking to hospitals. Oh you might be now. Hong Holocene did offer therapy and vocational training. The college hated it and once more what to do. He ran away again. Call he was made to serve the remainder of the Senate's enforce stricter borstal finally in Nineteen nineteen seventy two ten years from birth year birth years eight to ten years from now. We always say yes. Taylor like wasn't around time. Colin turn eighteen and he was free not much more is known about his life until Nineteen Seventy Eighty five when Colin was twenty one he was found guilty of two counts of burglary wow he he won't give up John Steele in the know for this. He was sentenced to eighteen months in prison. Not Serving quite as whole sentence he was released in November from nineteen seventy six from prison. Colin went to live in swindon and it was here that he met his second girlfriend. You say these places like I know where they are. Oh don't you mm-hmm is. I wonder if it's all cloudy in England and rainy all the time. Let us know should snags lately. I just was never mind. I want want him get into it but as a weatherman okay well anyway here he met a second girlfriend she was five years older than him and already have four children twenty-three with her. He lost his bid version on they lived together a few months and plan to marry a but in nineteen seventy seventy was found guilty of demanding with menace and was once again sent to another eighteen months in prison in one thousand nine hundred eighty. He was again caught for robbery and sentenced two years in prison and again. You think that would get old go with that. Again was not made to serve his full time in nineteen eighty one he was out again at a Lecture Hall Survive Eliza Colin Matt Virginia Zammit. She was nine years older than him. At thirty six years old. She had a five year old daughter Audra and was confined to a wheelchair after being paralyzed in a car accident at the age twenty four how the audience that would the couple were married in nineteen eighty two members of the year and Colin. Absolutely adored his wife and stepdaughter but in nineteen eighty-five mccollum was sentenced for six months for deception Virginia also found out the caller had cheated on her so they were divorced in nineteen eighty seven. The column was married one more time but while this wife was away he cleared out her apartment apartment and knowing pin number completely cleared out her bank account. She never heard from him again and was forced to live in a homeless shelter. Colin Allen was no longer lanky at this time he was now burley and six foot two burly heaves almost like he just big Bam cellphone sort but muscular whatever he's a muscle man. Do you look giggle. I will not you've you've done. I don't know a half cute anyway anyway. twice Mary and twice divorced and Homeless Himself Colin next volunteer to manage a homeless shelter in London the very much luck with women does he women crime or anything really at this point however an explosive temper costumes estimates job a colleague at Shelter described Colin as troubled and not knowing what to do with his life but you know what Colin knew exactly what he wanted to do. He wanted to become a serial killer in Nineteen ninety-three Colin equipped with his moderate murder kit ear mother which was ropes gloves a knife and a change of clothes in case things got messy. Colin found the first victim it was Peter Walker a forty a five year old theater director Colin Madame at a London gay s embar and I know a lot of people say sem however the correct what is sem because it's not that I don't ran masochism it. Sado masochism so it's sem in there's a little tip for y'all guys has that are is not sem. 'cause it's not called. Saito and Masochism is called sado-masochism. Yes yes okay. I JUST WANNA to make sure if I knew that I never called it. S An of Tatum maca maca system okay. We'll column was posing as a top dominant and Walker was a submissive bottom. Colin went back to walkers flat with them when they got back to his flat. The first thing that Colin did was gagged Walker with a nod condom was I used now. This was just four play Walker then allow Colin to tie him to his four poster bed with cord. This was turning out to be a really fun night for Walker. Fun Yes until next when Colin pulled out his murder kit next he started to viciously beat the bound and gagged walker with a belt and his fists how can about Roof Sex after this Colin placed to paper bag a plastic bag of Walker's head and until he was close to suffocation then he removed while Walker recovered he would put it back on his head. He repeated this over and over and over the coming euphoric over his absolute control Colin Walker Walker. He was going to die then he did not remove the bag. Colin would later compare this feeling of killing with losing his virginity before leaving Colin jammed nodded condoms into walkers mouth and nostrils and then he arranged to teddy bears on top of the now deceased Walker and a sixty nine position wow Walker Walker had two dogs that Colin left shut in a room and when the body has still not been discovered two days later Colin called newspaper and said that he was worried about the dead man's dogs dogs he also said that it was his new year's resolution to murder a homosexual human being after this he he took money out of walkers account to reimburse himself for the clothing shoes and other items that he had disposed of after the murder remember he was homeless at this time and he couldn't afford to replace these things just two months later call and was thirsting to kill again so may twenty eighth nineteen ninety-three. He went back to the same board that he had met Walker up there. He met thirty-seven-year-old Christopher Dunn. who was a elaborate variation? You know those are really not. People Christopher another submissive and Colin went back to Christopher flat hat were they settled in and watch some. Sim Porn Afterwards Colin Todd up a willing Christopher's feet handcuffed his hands and and turned face down that is when he burned him with a lighter Christopher now realizing this was something bar sinister them what he signed up for told Colin His Pin Number Colin in response strangled him to death with a corn. Maas was just nodding tone in number. Colin cleaned up the scene meticulously after before he left now that was may twenty eighth run on June fourth nineteen ninety three just six days after killing Christopher done Ireland once again returned to the bar on this nine. You went home with thirty five year old Perry Bradley Payer Bradley. He was a closet. Homosexual was rather new to the scene. Perry was reluctant to being tied up. Colin had to persuade him. He told him that that was the only way he could get aroused. After tying period Colin began torturing him and octane his pin number also and they killed it was June seventh when authorities found Corp Superior Theory like the others the victim was naked and bound strangle his credit cards were missing this time a doll was placed on top the body and I Very Sexual Position Days later Colin phoned the police and told them that he had killed Perry he also told them that he planned on being a serial killer and that he had studied the FBI manual for details of technique and that he knew the required body count it was now that Colin on felt like he was losing control. He later told detectives that he had reached a point where he was just speeding up and getting worse with the impulses he said it was like a roller coaster he made another call to the police and it was almost like a plea for detectives to catch him in this. Kali said. Are you interested in the death of Peter Walker. Why have you stopped. The investigation doesn't the death of a homosexual mean anything to you I will do. I have always dreamed of doing the perfect murder still on June. Seventh Ireland went back to the barn picked up thirty three year old Andrew Collier when returning to Andrews fled Ireland handcuffed and tied him to the bed. He then strangled him to death he also. I choked the life from Andrus cat. He then arranged its lifeless carcass on top of colliers ears corpse with the tip of its tail covered in a condom in Andrews mouth. He attached the cat's mouth south onto the tip of his penis which also had a condom. Wow talk about a pussy own a penis that was so dirty anyway this time while cleaning up columnist one fingerprint on a window frame which was found. Oh Bob Police later on June fifteenth column at Emmanuel Sporadically. We actually did pretty really did a forty thirty. One year old chef they went back to a mainly wolves apartment on the premise of six once they're calling bound and strangling he then spent the night eating and watching television this time collins set fire to the apartment before he left but the flames went out only causing minor damage damage so the guy will right not leased it. You just said that he spent Colorado not shift against the night. Colin spent the night after killed him now. He was already dead. That's the shift was the man that he killed. He was a chef oh and that was occupation okay or his John Jay we the flames went out after only causing minor damage and Colin call the police the next day and informed them of the crime by this time authorities finally admitted that they had a serial zero killer on their hands before they can make the announcement though Colin bring them up again. I said I have read a lot of books on serial killer. I think it is for people that the FBI classify S. cereal so I may stop now now. I've done five. I just wanted to see if it could be done. I will probably never offend again the FBI main will actually stated that three killings made for both five zero killer but column was correct that he will never offend again this last killing prompt Scotland your to launch a mass publicity publicist campaign. A security camera yielded photos of Emanuel. Anyone with a heavyset man column was a little heavy set. The photos were released in several London. Gay Men reported having meetings with them. AM On July Nineteenth Nineteen ninety-three Colin approach to solicitor and admitted that he was the man in the photo he said that Emanuel was alive and well when he left his apartment but police soon matched the fingerprint that was left behind at the crime scene on August nineteenth nineteen ninety-three mccollum finally crumble and confessed all five homicides December twentieth after pleading guilty on all counts he was sentenced to five terms of life imprisonment awesome it this time Colin Ireland would never get out of prison for Colin Ireland the man who tortured five other human beings things in their last moments of life and had suffocated them all to death he died of natural causes in February of Twenty twelve. He was fifty seven years old. Wow that yeah and that is you. Don't have to have like an answer that was that was pretty. That was pretty good. I L I T force now mouth and throat really more it but before we get your story I gotTa Tell. You I will jot go. 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What a story for US yes. I've got a story and from what I hear e on okay. It's a goody woody vine. An I came across this and I was like okay. Let's do you told me it was good. Her name is Judith Farsi which I'm already told you. The Farsi seems like I've heard of that before. You told me that you hadn't heard of within. You told me she was of dinner. Oh get into uh-huh and I'll get into who she is. Okay okay now. That's what got you in trouble before. You just got into it. You've soldier you always need to know. I know what you're getting into this. Whatever went on in a saline cure a lot of stuff dondra go ahead. I bring bring you feel like I've. I may just not treated Shit Bitch. She did should of Calcutta clear my goodness. I told you about that from the beginning. You would say empowers. I've never said partial. Oh my gosh. I'm so thirsty so I have to take a sip of my drink. I and then client quite quite quite put it back now. Okay okay here. We go you anyways when you become a parent cherish. There's your child Willis. I hope that you will or do you hold their little body. When they're born you love them with all all of your heart and then they crush that heart then they just crush it make you feel sad. I never do that actually on the one actually trying to make you happier today after getting off nuts yes you were. Oh my God. I'm sorry for interrupting please last night so no one cares about about what were you about saying. It doesn't matter because because nobody cares with whispered to me just shut up dot told. Paul say that on there so precious to you as you watch them take their first footsteps setting example for your children and keeping them safe should be the main goal in their off to live their life on their own are not those of you still thirty. I should mom in the basement so our energy. You might thirty live with us. I will not be 'cause. I'm not doing that skin do it. Well thank you how I will whenever I've got thoughts. anyways due to foresee never got to experience the aspects of growing up and never got the low from her father. The stories heartbreaking. How could anyone do something so horrible to their own baby girl due to Farsi was beautiful a fourteen year old girl loved by everyone or almost everyone she was very talented young girl gaining success for being commercials and also movies her way to start them grew shoes child at sea star two movies like growing pains jaws for fatal auditions and all dogs go to heaven except think she actually made a cartoon four-way dishing but I don't think she actually Oh sean well. It was too like the name is his own Wednesday morning. In July farman found the gruesome sight of the murder bodies of Judith Farsi Z. and her mother Maria they have both been killed by Judas Father Joseph Bossi after committing the C- will act so weird last night Farsi yeah he set fire to the house went to the garage and killed himself out that there was just no love in Joseph's heart forest family his violence track back to when he was just a boy in Hungary who grew up without a father and in Hungary not having a father was really a crime people would costly make fun of him for not having a father other in no celtics name because being bullied when you sit there like a crack Cragg smiling at a spouse whatever the only Tommy Really Phil decent was whenever he was drinking. Oh feel you. He married his first wife and this was abusive relationship. He had a daughter with her renamed. Augie want named what Augie a- Augie yes ugliest name. I've ever heard and I'm sorry if anybody galler main Augie buttocks ugly day go ahead but this marriage ended so named child. Ali Get divorced fled communist Hungary in nineteen fifty six then he eventually relocated to New York in nineteen sixty seven not too sure of where them eight years went to yeah. I don't know but then he went to California he married. He married his second in funnel. Why Maria verify verify what fear vox vodka whatever when she was a child she suffered abuse abuse from her father and I guess she thought this was how relationships were supposed to be like so she entered she entered into an abusive relationship. So Dresser grew up in an environment with tormenting people and Maria was full agreed. Perhaps from the success us that Judith had brought footer you do what are you doing. Bob Thin. Kosh Bob is our as he is our our hair fees for bomb there it was a little place but Maria basically forced you within but to becoming an actress most likely for the money and to live the American dream alligator now even though the role on the movie fatal vision was whenever she was five and playing toddler that was enough to put her name out there superior to seventy commercials and played guest roles on TV. When she starred started the fourth grade she was making a hundred thousand dollars a year ear. WHOA which is five pounds which as can be famous in a fetish fashion show wants. No one hears here's okay while I won't go into what it was but won't tell you WANNA win. anyways that money was used to family a three bedroom house in West Hills. Los Angeles is finished fashion shows. Have you been to the for this was a pretty small girl. When she was ten years old. She was only three foot eight inches inches tall and rhianna sister. It never She's larger this. This attracted directors for her to play roles of seven and eight year old children. Judith succeeded and the bigger. She got the more abusive the jealous in paranoid. Joseph got seems though that he would be glad to have that money rolling. You would think that I mean it really would family said that he would threaten to kill himself. Maria and Judith Joseph was arrested three times times for drunk driving his drinking and a visa behavior worsen December nineteen eighty six Maria reported everything to the police and when police tried to find more on her body from the abuse they cannot find any so Maria decided not to press any charges this against him supposedly Joseph Stop Drinking after she reported him to police he stopped drinking but the the threats carried on one time he put a knife to Judas throat and threatened to cut her throat open. He did the same thing thing to. Maria said he was going to burn the house down. Judith became so afraid of her father his behaviors he exhibited carried over or from his first marriage he had in Hungary psych. He was so abusive but yet was so afraid that they would leave him him. Judith really had nowhere to go. Maria will not leave him for some reason and they had the money where they could have escaped this abuse anywhere that they wanted to go do tooth told a friend that her father three pots and pans at her hitting her in the face and resulting in nosebleed. She also told friends that she was so afraid of her father. Because this is beautiful she began putting on weight and was so messed so she began yanking out her own. I'll ashes gums. No you don't not like her. I do though not I like her though to see light and then you'll can wait. You'll then you'll look at it. If we do a live show you'll the looming. You'll do it the other time yeah. I'm really thinking about that. That would be really great. Let us know send us a message who also do a live show. I think it real cool axel. I don't think anybody would see us one on while they won't see you on Ferguson Hawk Mountie. What was your story. You got more likes own my picture. Did yes proves that people like you better whatever shallow but anyways she was basically just like actually pluck them out your yes like how did her eyelid not ripple. Why just like skits. That's why don't schizophrenics that do that. Whatever you call it. I oh you talking about to reds. Yes almost like that really and she. She began pulling out the cat's whiskers that is animal of us. She was messed up because of the father it was she still acting and stuff with no ashes soon. They grew back the town that she wasn't do movies. He's right and so. Maybe she's caught. Some movies were smaller than others right. She's yeah whatever do defend Maria a win on a trip to the Hamas to film for the movie jaw well. Let's see Joseph went into this room the night before and again put a knife to her throat threatening to kill her if rumor. Mer and if your finger throat parched a mother did not return okay motherfucker author I'm GonNa. Tonight can wait a second this. This is the reason look whenever they went to go shoot for the movie. Maria try to tell us many people as she could that she was scared ear for her life and Judas live because of Joseph no-one took her series they did and when Joseph called Judith over the phone threatening to slice her throat road open Maria return home. Can I say that is a problem that even today. I know this is not but it wasn't too long ago but people need to start taking children more seriously whenever they say something has gone on C. They don't take him see they've really really really we don't talk about what sexual abuse and anything they play it off like it's nothing and then as I am when they awesome Sofa and our last awesome new children out because nobody believes them and then they go to their parents and even tell their mother or something hey so and so's Atlema what forums a killer our then producer south. Yes killer tate what gnome saying like on you. You know a girl and thirteen reasons why she actually didn't try to tell him but I didn't watch they did anyway well. I found fascinating. We'll have you watched the second season the second season if I would have to watch. I know allowed to watch always rely finish it but I'm Maria never left Joe's of possibly because if she left Judith would have to end her acting career and go into hiding that just wasn't an option because she had no job up and the only income came in from Judith while additionally for the movie all dogs go to Heaven Judith broke down in tears and was sent to a child psychologist who identified severe severe physical and emotional abuse. The psychologist reported this stew child protective services. Maria told them that she was divorcing. Joseph Joseph and she and her daughter will moving to new Panorama city loss Angeles of course she never went through with this from the risk of losing her family and all that money that Judith was making not her little. Did she know that this would be the worst mistake of her our life the morning of July twenty fifth nineteen eighty-eight Judith was last seen riding her bike that night while she was sleeping Joseph went into her room and shot her. He then went into marinas room and saw her as well will the next night. Judas agent called and Joseph said that he was moving out for good but just needed needed a little bit of time to say goodbye to his baby girl. He spent the next two days. Ling lingering around the house he then pour. We're gasoline over the bodies and set them on fire. While the flames began to burn the house he made his way to the garage there. He shot himself yourself in the head with a thirty two caliber pistol on August ninth nineteen eighty-eight. The Funeral Service was held at force lawn memorial apart in Los Angeles remembering the loved Judith Maria her mother's greed in father's abuse totally impacted and destroyed. Judith in the solo got but what did he. Oh he shot himself all right well. That was pretty screwed up. If you ask me and he didn't thank you for your advice. The thing that pisses me off about stories like that who is if the guy or the person is gonNA kill theirself. Julius sell first before you kill others. You know supposed to move a killing yourself after you've after an ally sell for oh my gosh. I'm show and it's like you show when some sort of remorse i Taylor you do before you kill other people. Aren't you guys Bessemer Yeah. That's all that we have for you. Check out our twitter instagram. Look bad in the boondocks. You'll find this press that follow button. If you sort a little separate check going and just sin the little symbol chat or email email. It's a betty may dot com that in the boondocks at GBS dot com email us helped me bring up my spirits because they've mighty load east among NSA offer. I'm sorry listen to zoning listened to. I am or send some review so he'll quit bugging me about Appel Appel uselessness while just feel like I might be better off. quit me taking over the whole thing yeah so that's what. I won't let us Ma God okay well whatever duties as soon as many as you can tell him to be quiet please. We Love Y'all listen. 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Is the Plant-Based Meat Movement Bad for Veganism?

No Meat Athlete Radio

49:17 min | 1 year ago

Is the Plant-Based Meat Movement Bad for Veganism?

"This episode of nomadic radio is brought to you by four sigmatic. A natural superfood company that specializes in mushroom based drinks like coffee elixirs benefit your immunity energy and longevity eighty to learn more visit forcing matic dot com slash no meat and use discount code no meat at checkout for fifteen percents off your order. That's forcing dot com f. o. U. r. s. i g. m. a. t. i c. Dot com slash no meat and use code no meat to save fifteen percent hi. This is help hi. This is katie from washington attention d._c. And you're listening to the radio <music> matt. How long did did you take picking out your outfit today. Well that that was the least the problem that took a long. Time was the preping personal hygiene on that knows hair. Plucking all is all those things picks all that stuff up and i've been working on my voice doing some exercises good okay actually i'm. I'm not very prepared. What's happening for those. Which is everyone is c._n._n. Is coming today to my house not exactly sure why still just don't quite understand what is real purpose. They wanted us interview about an army to athlete pepsi's diet sort of trend right. I guess just sort of popular thing that news would do but it is funny to me that it is newsworthy. Vegas is because we just live in it all the time so it just seems like every day but i'm i'm excited about that. They're coming and i found out this morning that i out of coffee. That wasn't a very good start and i also did not see below. I was up for like four hours in the middle of the night worried about this not at all just just for some reason i don't know if it's still in jetlagged or still jet-lagged from the trip but that was causing me to wake up a lot of times around three thirty four in the morning because spain that would be ten a._m. So that's why i was waking up but haven't really shaken that yet so just just not not in my top four right now but that's okay well. Maybe this this conversation here. We'll get your juices. Flow on your you know your voice. Go in wiki up gets you excited. Have you smiling you know. I think this is good way to start to jump in with the interview always is that why would you well. I'm excited to an excited to hear the story here what they what they have to ask you yeah me too. I'm sort of looking forward to sort of not looking forward to seeing the i think he's been a million and a half long and they sent me like twenty five questions that they may ask so. I think think that's just how it is with news. Talk for hours and then then it gets down to the little snippet little soundbite well. Welcome welcome back. Thank you to you both back right now from a trip necessarily but from from well trip but also from our break a little break. We're starting a new season of radio five. Maybe something like that. I think it was maybe he's the season. Were you here. I <hes> i did a little running asking anything on on instagram last night and in a couple of questions what about when we were coming back with podcasts people excited. They're waiting good good. I'm glad to hear that people miss when we're going to anyway one thing one way to jump back into serious topics. Is that before we left. We issued a summer challenge. That's right. Which at least a few people have you've actually done. Are i met up with our buddy steven who was on the podcast. If you got a couple of months ago now he he met us in in valencia antea in spain and hang out with my family for a couple of days and he he was actually doing some some summer challenge things himself oh good yeah and that's at least one person who was taking it and and you and i both did our thing so i feel pretty good about that. Yeah i did both mine. I don't know if you remember what i had to everybody. Almost now another bike ride yes those does the bike ride in there was to make progress on <hes> finishing the office innovations. Okay good so both done well. It's not it's progress. Congress has been made but i actually i did something for the first time in six months so good good summer challenge with i think it was inspired by gretchen rubin urban thing i don't remember the exact phrasing but it was it was the idea that at the end of the summer you could fill in the blank and the blink that would be this summer. I did actually did some concrete. Finite finite thing. I guess making progress on the office would be considered a finite but whatever it doesn't matter you did the the bike that was that's a thing thing had beginning and end and you did it in the summer. That's right yes so had reminded us with that was and then i wonder how what yeah so the bike ride my. I buy big adventure for the summer. <hes> i wanted to push myself outside of my running comfort zone and do something that i've been talking about doing with a friend for a number of years years now and that was to ride from boone where appalachian state is where we both went to college <hes> to black mountain along the blue parkway and and which is the scenic parkway that runs from what georgia oh man. I dunno virginia. It's like yeah but yes so the one hundred ten miles. We decided to go from boone. Is our a favorite bar in june to town pump which is kind of local dive bar here in black mountain bear band plays. That's right yeah so i wouldn't call it the house band you know where we were and so both of us are in the band you in yup me in the frontier ride with and we actually didn't know each other and boone at all but we both frequented this bar on taco <unk> tuesday and we weren't there at the we were there for one year overlap <hes> so we likely were sitting next to each other many times right and just didn't <hes> so this kind of connection have been sloughed in this kind of connection back to back to town pomp and we wanted to ride our bikes back from from one to the other and it it was way out of my comfort zone and i realize about thirty miles in that i had no idea what i got myself into when my when my but fell asleep in my arms arms who were hurt. My neck was getting stiff and i was like only ash wurley only at third not even a third way into this. How far would you say it was total one hundred ten miles okay and with about i think it was like eleven or twelve thousand feet of elevation gain gain coast downhill from boom to hear a now. No it was not at all because you gotta you gotta go from boone which is higher. It's like thirty three thousand something feet <hes> so about about a thousand feet higher than back on but you go from there to the top of grandfather to near the top of the mountain and then you have this long coast this down which was like super easy we had done this this big climb for the first twenty miles and then it was just kind of rolling but net downhill but because it was rolling. You didn't didn't realize it was net downhill near cruising along like man i could do this for you know i could do this for days and then and then you got down to this little passing ask those little scientists like you're now at one thousand feet and i was like wait a minute. How do we drop that far because like grab your grandfather was somewhere around five thousand in i just had no idea to be dropped that far and then of course we have to climb all the way back up to to mount mitchell in the crags and all that so the near us the spend basically thirty miles climbing for several thousand feet so yeah knows it. It was not net downhill downhill from from being. It was quite a bit climbing but it was really fun. It was it took forever took like eleven eleven hours but we took our time and we stopped and had lunch and did all that kind of stuff so <hes> but it was it was an adventure man it his cool who says you know i got out for a couple of rides of about an hour in length. Okay gotcha yeah. I mean i i'm not unfamiliar with the by i'm unfamiliar with long rides for sure but but i used to do a lot of commuting on the bike i still get on on the bike a couple of times a week to ride into town and you know and i've done lots of like one hour. You know talk mile fifteen mile rides. Just not nothing like this before cool we did it did it yeah and so now you're gonna diving deciphering that you need you got me excited and i was actually what coming excited was this the prospect of like doing like writing to runs kind of going like riding twenty miles off to trail somewhere now you wanna run and running back on of doing this like more self propelled so powered adventures that got me like super excited thinking about and then our colleague matt tolman had a big bike accident this past weekend and now most freaked out to get back to the back. Yeah i know that is shame for here. I feel horrible for him but but man i i don't know if it's me or if it's just a coincidence but i feel like every single person i know it is inevitable aerobraking. You're going to have a major accident and if you just do it long enough that unfair to say i mean everyone i know has a car accident or horrible crash hospitalization position i mean i don't know i don't understand it not trying to bash by hanging. Just i would be afraid to do and i don't like my wife has rubik and i don't like her doing it because i just always he's here this yeah. I wouldn't have said that. I mean i know people who haven't been now like now that that has happened. Esther does all kinds of support for gnome athlete. She was saying that she had broken a bone and then are her boyfriend had gotten hit by car and had a brain injury and in an jerry who works over the compliment side of things his dad just got hospitalized for a brain injury on a bike and like all of a sudden. It's like whoa whoa hello. I was like getting all excited about this now. I'm gonna freaked out you know so. I mean that's not to say. I'm not going to do it at absolute. It's not gonna keep me from doing it but and i don't want it to keep anybody else from doing it either. I think it's just super cool thing but but it is it is kind of freak me out a little bit. I'm not gonna lie. I'm going to do it than be careful you and anyone else you super super careful anyway. Good glad to hear that doug exciting yeah so oh well i was doing that. You were gallivanting around spain globetrotting jet-setting <hes> password password popping having panda. It's the active <hes> going around and having tops. <hes> yondo is the active drinking. He removed either those words that's good yeah. They're just like the words that they have for deploying things so that kinda ask you like. I do wanna go get a stop here on. Do i want to now. Is that what you would use that use. That word kid his ear tap tap. Janda okay i. I think that's my that's my thing. I think each so you can use it as a verb interesting yeah cool yeah so anyway. Did that and nothing really very little. I think you or someone asked me what was the single most important and best mary the trip and like i didn't have there was no we didn't do any sightseeing when we walked around and they but nothing of historical significance like we had done the first few times some of these bigger cities we just we just kind of hung out. I think i said that the lion king in spanish was when my highly because they're just not summed up how our attitude which was that. We weren't trying to do a billion things you've just hanging out and it was nice to make time for that. The kids enjoyed it. Just <hes> it was. It was really good very relaxing. Fun beach did some eating any drinking yeah. It was good just accomplish exactly what i wanted to that. That was my summer. The summer was that drip everything was about planning for that and and making it happen and we did and now we're back and felt like a big success. Yeah i love that guy the travel where i mean i was like sightsee but when you are familiar with the place or you just don't have an agenda and you can kind of spin a couple of hours in a restaurant or data cafe with and not feel guilty about it because you didn't go to some museum or check some box like it's just the best yes exactly so i i actually did a good bit of running while i was there not not like every day thing but i probably did four or five interval workouts in an easy run or two and felt like good something i've never done the foreign spain made time for that so that was like progress in valencia the there's a river that used to run through the town and along the top of it and they totally diverted to irrigate this huge garden around there with like eight canals are now the whole riverbed is just dried up this massive thing that just runs through the city a park just turn it onto land that was great to run it. That's cool very cool so anyway. That was all good and end kind of kind of goes into what we wanted to talk about. Today that's right because one of the big differences and partly this was because it was valencia which i'd never been to before and i i think this that city just has this vegan friendly sort of vibe to it not that madrid and barcelona in which the places we were not that they don't have to begin from the vibe because they have plenty of stuff being big large cities but valenti. It seemed like every hamburger place that we walked by every like not just hamburger place but burger place <hes> sandwich place like lunch places. It seemed like there was a either vegan burger listed on there like chocolate outside benue or often beyond burger. Somebody's we'll be vegan. Burger was eight dollars eight euro and beyond burger would be twelve year old so everyone had had beyond murder and and also we several times like found we had done in madrid in the past was just happy calman ever find vegan restaurants go to them for some of the time is part of the fun also is kind of exploring trying to put together vegan food from atop menu or whatever but somehow we just kept ending up at places where we didn't realize realized it was going to be like but we would walk in the door and then it would be. It'd be like you were in. I don't know like a veggie veggie before doug. I have not okay. Probably a lot of our listeners have where it's just a whole lot of. It's all which is awesome but it's total junk food all fake meeting where i don't i don't know if they do french fries but lots of fast food he kind of restaurants that basically mimicking in american fast food but which is cool and there's a few with those in the u._s. As well and they're fun to go down then but we just kept ending up and then when we were trying to like find vegan's food and hope that there'd be some sort of spanish version or vegan versions of spanish food and we just kept. I started to get really frustrated emaciated. I'm not eating another burger because the kids were all into it. They loved it. They didn't have any concept of like. This isn't really very authentic experience order just eating this because it's vegan so i started to be like man. I this really makes you mad. I want to be like i want to have to work worked to get the food i want. You know what i mean like. The fun for me is doing that and i think you need to have that enjoyed that part of traveling the little bit of challenge and so i'm not complaining. It was really nice. Inconvenience be able to get a full meal but it also like. It's our thinking even change. I could tell it with aaron and the kids that it started to be like well. Let's let's make sure we built in time to go to that place again. Because we know no we can get a good feeling meal there and it was like we were starting to think of this as the health food the place where you can go and get the burger and fries because vegan because your stomach it gets full and you feel satisfied after so. I don't know how it was cool that it's really neat to see behind berger like popping popping up in spain all over the place just says a lot about what's happening with with veganism and the impact on veganism that that companies like beyond meat in others are having. What do you think most people would are. You is a good thing but we also. Have you told me yesterday the burki now has it on all the menus already yeah. I think it was the ninth or something last friday. I think that they <hes> they introduced the impossible burger. The impossible walker okay is impossible not not be on me to their competitors other add an impossible burger. I don't think i was thinking that that was the beyond burger i. I don't think i have either and i was. I was talking to somebody about this. The other day and it was kind of a tangent but i think the impossible is the one that has gotten into like white white castle and carl's junior and so i i wonder if they are going after the like mass produced fast food right market eh and beyond is going after the grocery store and like boutique restaurant roark perhaps because they know that the for this whopper are they spent a ton of money trying to develop a word of the walker not not just a another patty but like this has to has to cook in the same amount of time because they use it in the same like little conveyor belt thing back it has to fit the bun just right and taste just right ah they develop a walker a plant based walker and not not just another patty yeah so i think that is like at first. It's like oh my gosh. That's amazing because i've i've grown up tomorrow driving six hours in the car up to the golf thing that i do each year defend my title and actually won this year so that was a bit extra exciting for me this year and more more pressure to underplay well but anyway i thought well that's amazing now now like when i get hungry around lunchtime in southern virginia your old stomping grounds where you grew up which i it just that is like that's that's the hardest what's a food desert for me as far as trying to get food. It's just applebee's and stuff doesn't do it for you. I don't even consider those stops could good now and then i've gone to those when i'm at a hotel and that's the only thing nearby you're out something but yeah i mean just like for stopping like like the only option his his subway in gas station and just by being food of course there's plenty of other food if you not vegan but now there's going to be an impossible burden or obscene beyond burger but a vegan burger in burger king. You know the parts of this. Nothing has the whole state of union obviously but like but this is kind of the most rural part that i feel like i drive through on this trip and i feel like i'm kind of very much atom ailment and if i were to go put into like a gas station and say hey can get some vegan food nearby. I i have a lot of people would say you know what is that or like. You know if you don't meet disabled. There's chicken over here or you know maybe that's unfair but it seems like i just can't believe now that so many people will drive through through breaking n._c. Vegan burger on the menu and we'll start to wonder what it is understand. What veganism is and not to mention that when i drive through there i can now get a g- a vegan lunch. I know i think that <hes> you might be being a little unfair to southern virginia. It's not that unfair but i'm not talking about everybody talking about the whole area. I'm just saying that their pockets where i drive through there. It's it's country <hes> but no i like so i'm conflicted kind of like you are but generally speaking i think it's i it's amazing that there are suddenly going to be i mean there have to be thousands of of burger king restaurants in the u._s. and every single one is begin gimme carrying this this vegan walker and for the next couple of weeks anyway. They're probably going to be promoting it pretty heavily. I guess i don't know that for sure but <hes> that's that's. That's absolutely amazing to me that all these people will have access to that because even like right now like beyond burgers you can get they do care mingles angles now but for a while it was just a whole foods and you know and now they're kind of branching out but like you just don't see those types of of burgers everywhere <hes> and so now to have them in something like a burger king is just i mean it's it's really incredible in my opinion yeah. That's actually a good place for them because like everybody knows. This is about beyond burgers that they don't when they're cooked. They come out. They don't take a great gourmet hamburger to me. They taste. It's like a burger. That's a little bit too well done and they just like so. That's kind of i think what a whopper or a big mac. Is it right. It's a little bit a little bit too done yeah. It's not a it's not a burger that you'd have on the grill or fifteen bucks for it's it's a it's a little patty that is frozen rosen and then have that that it will do a perfect job replicating that so i mean just think how many people will see it as a new thing. Maybe they've heard about veganism somehow from twitter whatever never really considered giant but but now that there's this food here that can be made for them. Just as fast as cheaply i think as the walker could that notice riot and then having people will say that's actually not any different. I'm gonna keep getting that because i think it's healthier and then you know go on the path and who knows how many the income vegan. That's a huge huge win huge yeah so as a couple aspects here. I think it is one dollar more okay <hes> and if you just order the impossible walker it comes with cheese in mayo or whatever their sauces which is so you have to order of conversion at which yeah whether or not southern virginia will know what of the inversion of the opera is. I'm not sure but no cheese and then. I was told to get extra mustard. Dan rea to replace the yeah. Okay well good to know but yeah. I mean it's like i don't know i just think that's super the where i struggle with the whole thing and let me let me say here that we have multiple times. This summer gotten gotten beyond burgers and sausages for grilling out on the patio and there's a new restaurant in town that has like a huge burger menu. It's all kinds of different burgers. There's and then they have a vegan version of all of them so like my favorite as this roy our cheese which is beyond burger and play these cheese and grilled onions and plant-based thousand islands sauce and it's just it's so good <hes> i'm a big fan of these indulgent pampa asperger's but at the same time like you know we're introducing everybody to veganism here on <hes> through through burger king and <hes>. I don't know if like meat or plant meet the taste like real. Meat is the best way to it was like the introduction that that first they say the first thirty seconds is the most important introduction that you can have or whatever what nats and that's not what they say but you know what i'm talking about first impressions you know. Is that the first impression that we wanna get well. Here's the thing and and i will also argue that it's a bad thing i mean i. I'm not sure which which they come out on but i do think there are lots of downsize. I feel like any impression is better than known version yeah and so i think at least we are giving an impression and it's going to taste good and i think for the the people we are talking about the people who have not already dived into being and embraced it. I think i think something that tastes good very much like the other. The alternative is probably a really good start and then hopefully it will lead people down the path of learning more about it and then finding healthier foods and eventually realize that those who is actually the fake meets aren't the healthy part organism and that kind of takes a backseat to the healthy stuff and surely some people will have that exact path and that will be good you know what also is somebody in. Let's say rural virginia so then virginia some teen out there. We're who listens to this podcast or watch or things or whatever and wants to go wants to get doesn't feel like they can like now they at least have a meal that they can go with their friends to not feel like a total weirdo by ordering us out with chicken on it yeah right so so many good things in that way to me. I kind of see two downsides. One is i do worry about like just the people who are already vegan begin and this isn't this. This isn't just a burger king thing. This is the idea of these vegan meat options proliferating and they're everywhere and it's not like going to and say hey. Let's let's put a stop to this. Make this go away because there's not going to be more and more you can imagine that we're not five or ten years from every single food just having a vegan substitute. That's very very similar you can you can just like i. I'm instead of being a little more thought out with my road trip. I'm going to stop at burger king because that's now a fun thing to do and it is the first time and i'm just pointing to try it but i could see that becoming the thing every time i drive up here and what i wonder is how many people that becomes their thing they do on a saturday or even the thing that starts to become the convenient option you do for lunch instead of when you don't feel like going home and trying to cook something or going home and what we've said like when there's nothing to make you league. Perhaps the healthiest meal you eat all week or a month read where you make a smoothie into salad or whatever and you just don't eat that much but you just eat healthy food and raw fruits and vegetables and that's it's what you mostly eat how many how many place that now with fries coke and beyond impossible burger and say that that's just one thing and they don't do it right so it's okay. That's a good point. That's a really good point. How the oftentimes they're more. Convenient is the more likely we are to fit for the longest time that was the thing about and i wrote this twenty times on the blog in the early days which was like how that the inconvenience of this diet is part of what makes it so oh great forces you to have to think i think even aaa wasn't i guess it was a thing but we weren't thinking about it in the early days and we were always planning out our food and making food food ahead of time for road trips and i said that is so inconvenient but look at how meeting on the strip compared to how i otherwise would be eating same travel seen with everything else just same with when you're going like you said with the team going out with their friends like maybe a team wouldn't be doing this but like if i was going to be going out with my friends in the earlier days when there weren't begin options at bars that were any good it'd be like nachos and nothing else. Perhaps not just with no cheese on them. I would just eat food headed have make meal at home. Make sure eat so even when everyone else is eating out at the bar. All i'm doing is having some drinks. I'm not getting the dinner at the bar. Now that's changed so now you can get that so i think this will add up to be a whole lot of situations in a given week or month where that that inconvenience factor is gone and with it is gone the need to make this thing healthy healthy so that worries me a little a bit not not for my own sake and i think i can control that and i think most people listen to this probably can can see themselves moderating and doing a good job with it but you can imagine that a lot of people won't that it'll just sort of slide into unhealthy and that's that's not good then what does that keep them on on the vegan diet because now not giving a now. They have these ways to do it. Yeah so that's that's one of the potential downsides the other one is the one that we talk about up most often with respective fake meats and that is that like the vegan diet plays a holes. What did i say fake yeah well. They're fake news. Redefining what meet me yeah okay i want to do that though i still meet and these are substitutes anyway and the idea that when a plant based diet is studied in the future in ten years or twenty years or even sooner in that and they look at empirical studies populations and how how people who are vegan or identifies vegan how their health is comparing to those who don't and ten ten years ago fifteen years ago i think i think that's good. That's way different p._f. You identified vegan. You were pretty much eating healthy vegan food. If if you try really hard you could all the time fake cheese. It wouldn't be very good at all fifteen years ago and you could eat you know what you could find whatever the frozen options were for for these fake book burgers and you can find but for the most part they weren't very good so people didn't do it referred verdict their own things because it was better and so if you just simply identified as vegan then you would you were probably eating the healthier version of vegan diet and so it's quite easy to to look and and that's that's how i think a lot of that's responsible for a lot of the growth of the base and vegan movements in the past ten years because people were starting to realize that this actually was really healthy and and it was this great alternative that that seemingly produced odds of of cancers and heart disease and things like that so all that great now. There's this huge confusion if you just call yourself so vegan. That doesn't really imply anything about health anymore. It just says you don't animal products but you could eat all the beyond burgers and impossible because you wanted had and still be all the junk out. Those are all the other junk food that is now available that you and i eat the time time but <hes> <music> <hes> you know some people eat more of and even we aren't perhaps quite as healthy as you would be if those things weren't weren't options so so anyway. We've added pockets of bunch of times. He's the one who introduced me to this idea. He has pointed but he'd send a lot of nutrition studies. In food trend studies at through history he just kind of book nerd guy and he just reads that sort of stuff and he talks about the temperance movement and several other movements that kinda had an ideological basis to them and it was actually growing but they those is always burn out when when the tide shifts a little bit in terms of people's mindset so the idea that like we're doing something good for animals goofy environment. Hopefully that would be enough to kind of keep the vegan movement growing whether it's in a healthy form or not because as i've been held we all of us i think listening. I want it to grow even if it's not in healthiest form right because we want this other things happen but his argument is that it won't it won't for that ebel only what because people were kind of they want. What's in it for me and if it's if it's going to make me healthy in the long term then i will do it but those are the things that are secondary to that so that's how unfortunately most people are and i think if it starts coming out. The vegan isn't healthier actually than the alternative. You're going to start moving away from it and saying why am i doing this if it's not healthier after all. I'll just go back to what i was on before. So that's a concern. The whole super based movement is like the solution right that if you identify that something different from vegan then and that's what's studied as compared to the vegan diet which includes all the junk food hopefully see that hope within research studies things like that will show that people who eat hofu plant based truly are living longer and getting all these benefits but i don't know that needs a better name. We need to hold replant base because that's sort of a vague to me yeah. Well a lot of people get it. I guess right even though it's in some ways more descriptive <unk> descriptive than vian yet as plant basis ambiguous. It just could be a lot of things yeah. I think that that is that is real concern. I mean i think that like the the to help studies. I think is is is totally valid. You know i will say that i think as more and more i hope that as more and more sci comes out <hes> <hes> about the effects of culture on climate change that it will be more of a personal thing for people like that well i mean i think the i think we're gonna have to start carrying out that once are i think it might be landed care about i think i think maybe eventually the governments will step in and we won't be allowed not to not i mean it might be new food food laws and things like that i hope so or taxes or whatever yeah yeah well and and so that's one thing and then the other thing that i that i hope will happen and then i think we'll probably happen as technology continues to develop. My guess is is users can get cheaper and cheaper right now. You know you're paying a little bit more for that walker. You're paying <hes> you know. I think it's dollar add on for the beyond burger over the regular. Burgers is at this new restaurant shout native kitchen or northward kitchen kitchen editor at as like right now. There's a little bit but i think my guess is that the susil just get cheaper. Deeper as technology gets better and and become more companies more competitors and so then the animal base versions right. That's what i'm talking about like. It might be the that. It's actually when you talk about the this is better for me. Personally think like it might be that you know you can get frozen. Frozen burgers tastes. It's pretty good that are actually cheaper than burgers that you get yeah and that and that would be actually. I hope that happens because that would be that would be a way avoiding government laws and taxes on things that are bad for the environment. I'm a little bit less than you. They'd have government taxes and laws and things but i liked it like so yes if a pound of hamburger meat costs so much more to make because of all the water and all the other resources go into it then a pound of fake substitute meat then it would naturally be cheaper economic forces would push it to be cheaper and then we'd have that incentive to buy it so i i hope that sort of thing happens episode and it seems like it will should we take a second thing or sponsor before he continuing we should and then i don't have too much left after that either. I should've taken him in a few minutes ago all right well. Let's do it. This episode of no matthew radio is brought to you by four matic. 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I agree i agree and it does concern me to you without a doubt. It concerns me too but i am i am i think fully on board and and here's why because i think that what's going to happen is that a lot of people are never going to go vegan right. Let's just like people are just like certain. People are just never going to give you but the more we can normalize allies these types of things when someone does go to burger king or does go to a restaurant and wants a burger <hes> the more more likely they are to choose one of these options versus versus an animal product and that you know in general even if people aren't going to begin there will be less meat consumed. There will be more arguably healthier options being consumed and we'll just be normalizing analyzing. This kind of this type of food that is better for the planet and is better for health is better for the animals yup. I think that's right. I think i think that's i think you're right about that. It's not about people going vegan certain there will be like we talked about but i think i think you're right that is it is the people who three nights a week start eating beyond burger for instead of the meat they were gonna have like if that was a lot of people talking about a massive massive imaging and i know that they wanted to be either all or nothing or whatever i am not in that camp at all i think i think any little bit you can get is great and that's where the potential lever is more than getting people to go vegan because i don't think like you said i don't think that we're going to do it so yeah so that that's interesting because then what if what if the other side the part that i worry about but what if what if people start not viewing vegan again as that healthy anymore because it just starts including all these products that aren't that healthy and the movement of hardcore strong vegans what if it kinda does window or not die out but you know stop having the progress tab because people say wait a minute all this stuff we thought was healthy actually isn't look the isn't isn't leading to health benefits and then veganism as a movement starts to dwindle but now the whole rest of the population the other ninety seven percent of the population is eating half the the amount of meat. They were that that seems like a giant win. As far as number of animals getting hurt yeah right. That's interesting yeah right. I mean that's you know. I just don't think i don't think the moon is going to die. I'm not yeah i just i have more faith than us in that and and i think that like as as these things go i think that the hopefully plant based movement is gonna grow wpro. It'll just get might get nigger nigger in some ways but <hes> you know. I think that i think that that there will be there will be so many people who you're still arguing for whole plant foods as the healthiest way diet <hes> and so. I don't think that that's going to die and so if we can get the other ninety seven percent to eat less meat like that just seems like a huge win yep. I think that accurate i like that. It seems like a good conclusion somewhat happy about these. These fake meets now because this and i'm for one i was gonna do it on the day that it came out because i wanted like the support support ranking but i didn't. I didn't make it out there but i for one i'm going to i'm going to go to burger king and getting impossible oppor sin. Everyone should i think yeah did you try it out and you know if the first quarter of the impossible walker walker does really well for burger king like that. That'll just send sin signals. Everyone announce that they should do it. Good all right so. I have a new game at okay. What is it god things matt likely mist and so these are things that showed up in my in my news feed either twitter feed while you were gone and i think we could do this every couple of weeks because i think the probably miss things whether you're gone it but you might need some of these but but we'll see all right. This isn't vegan related but i think it was funny. Who who what popular running shoe brand. We'll probably rent shoe. Brand was bill clinton seen walking recently it seems like brooks guy brooks hocus user and a huge running joke which i got a kick out of and and and <hes> okay which who's the latest megastar promote the plant based diet and there isn't asterix they have predator before but received a bunch of news again this week. Oh i have no idea beyond say i think he was already in and well she she kinda gone but it was oliver like the today show and stuff that'd be because she apparently announced that she went vegan to trained for coachella last year and and then a funny enough her intro intro to the green print which we did a podcast on and was part of that whole new series okay so she said we all have a responsibility to give you an interesting. She's doing to train for something. That's kind of like an athlete yeah yeah exactly all right which was the latest state to ban the word burger from being from products without meat. Does that make sense yeah. It sounds like a texas move. Not texas close arkansas. Okay and two others have done the same in missouri not too arkansas. Missouri mississippi have a pass legislation being the word burger. I didn't know that crazy. I think thinks that that's a kind of a like. That's gonna be the push back that like derail things like if your name is beyond burger. Can you have that on the one word now almond milk and coconut milk. We have to be one word on milk packages. They don't say milk. I mean that's i know you're not allowed to have milk separate from another word in certain context now so that seems like it would be one way to get around it or does about with like an e or they put it. Yeah yeah all right so one for three days to texas so i. I want that one all right. Ah this is along the theme of the conversation we had today. This restaurant is introducing beyond meat balls to their menu in six hundred and eighty five locations. The meatballs beyond me boss behind meals are served meatballs garden no corrobos. It's a fast food restaurant subway yeah all right. Where do you go yeah so they're testing it out and six hundred eighty five locations micro nationwide. That'd be pretty cool. Oh yeah you can read another posted. Alec your subways vegan so i know i know the same thought they were testing. The like vegan subs like what was that maybe ten years ago yeah thirty five seven years ago went out and tested them all out and i was thinking that would go nationwide. It was like man we're going to be on it. They were like one of five locations testing using this when they go nationwide. We're going to be like blown up. You got a lot of search traffic. Some did it for a long time probably not anymore because they never they never did. You may have been a cause of this meatball thing. Maybe maybe i'll have to actually forget bamberger. Forget how often often how how many other places there you can put beyond meat into <hes> and great yeah all right and final finally and i think you might know someone who released last week a very important climate change report stating that more plants centered a and a more plant center diet would help reduce the cause of climate. How would i know that one does because because it was talked about on slack al gore now this is this is the u._n. The u._n. Big client they're big climate change report and <hes> talked a lot about plant centered diet good glad to hear that i missed album you did vis. I wonder i anti gotten if i had not been traveling. I don't maybe maybe one or two but i don't think most of those would hit my radar good. What do you think should do more games. Totally love games games all right all right good luck with c._n._n. Will thank you we'll talk. We'll see everybody next week. Take yes good to be back. Thanks for listening everyone and looking forward to next episode and the next and the next right all right <music> ah.

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Barstool Rundown - February 3, 2020

Barstool Rundown

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Barstool Rundown - February 3, 2020

"The rundown back from Miami time to turn right back around and head back down to Florida. Today's rundown honest presented by NASCAR They'RE GONNA head down to Daytona Daytona. Five hundred we're kicking off the NASCAR RACE NASCAR RACE season by heading down to Daytona. What Dave doing Dave and Debbie Freak from his. She's a review buber driver so so I mean listen. Madison Avenue. Is Iran today porno in some way. Right like what happened to me. I mean we're gonNA talk about it. I'M GONNA sit down with you and do a whole interview. Like like the serendipity that's involved and just just riding in that week man so if you're free of any kind find portnoy because you'll get hired you'll get sent down to Daytona. It's it's Sunday February sixteenth two thirty. PM Eastern Oregon experience lie when they special barstool ticket package so if you're down at Daytona Daytona five hundred dot com slash bar soil. Dave will be there will be there at the bar. Gang will be there For the biggest one of the biggest races of the season so check it out Daytona Daytona five hundred dot com slash barstool. Dan and Dave. They've fancy schmancy meanings fights and be walked in a apropos. Ran Walker in this though because my man has the Huck handwrite now. That was crazy using from Miami to the best to to everything I mean but you're still looking. I thought I needed to put it unbelievable. I'm sorry thank you so Miami. Never see them like it was really been fixed. It's fine I mean you're based on the more famous than Mark Cuban now. I am more famous than mark. Cuban yes you You soaked it all up in Miami you come home and hit. What like every bad right? I hit four out of my best last night on the chiefs shit. Talking a lot of people are was in Mahomes that when he lost the one was in constant I just took a bunch of flyers on. MVP's like some long odds MVP's took so many of them that it was a little bit more money. I feel it's hard to remember which away was very easy to remember. Because you're a father of four and you pick to retail retail. Crazy is for him and actually bad that US thirty two hundred. I'm not supposed to convict the guy. Listen you're a god fearing man and the father of four maybe have some respect for the institution of the family and and I. I don't think I don't think it's a good. I don't think there's any chance you could have one. He we need to have like a thousand yards receiving mahomes through honestly think that that was any any numbers. He has a home going. So if he would've had taken like a reverse eighty yards or maybe had a punt return got in there could have one plus thirty. Two hundred is crazy odds for him. Yeah I hear what you're saying but it really wasn't no shot anyway. You win when four or five. Maybe a couple unflattering pictures during the stream but whatever that happens to the I I actually think that happens to me every time Jake died number. One is the gambling cave. Please place your bets right. Now what do you think is the fate of the gambling cave. I think that it's going to get knocked out. I think I think Dave ultimately probably tears are down and starts over over your gambling case. I think that what he declared pete the worst to ever do it and he said we might have to tear this thing down and I started laughing to myself. 'cause that's what's going to happen and it's just going to be a wall. TV's and chairs. And that's fine by the way. I don't know why we need walls. Ninety percent of gambling cave was good last night though. I think Dave was happy happy and they were all happy except for the fact that we all wanted to die previews for a pretty big. He finally declared it the worst gaming worst. There's a few experiences ever had that's largely due to me. That was like I had Miami seeping into my pores. I not happy. I was thank lost. All of every single one went over for it was not. It wasn't great. The gambling paid cave was a minimal part of that. I I listen I would not have guessed that was gonna be ventilation. Nightmares two doors and windows. I thought that's not. It's not a fucking death box temperature have been livable. It would've been a great at night. It was a good. That's a good deal. Yeah it's fun to hang out but I don't know if you need the walls around you I think the ultimate irony or perfect partial storyline will be after eighteen months. There is no walls march. Madness is going to tell the two. I think March Madison's the next time if you need to do that and that's not changed you'll die. Paramedic visas fucking highly gambling. I March madness is an all day affair right. The last night was three and a half hour time for doing all day and puts us in an oven Dave. We thought that there might have been a chance that we had like a designated aided survivors situation. Where if you that room got wiped out you're wiping out a lot of the important players and who's left to inherit the fucking Earth P.? Eh Can I just say one more thing. I during halfway during the show I got up and stood outside the gambling haven watched what prevented everybody else from just leaving the cave and watching the stood up on your feet. Yeah that's it. There's a very cool out. I was a lot closer to lay down the floor that I wasn't standing up on my feet. Tell you that right now. So the game itself chiefs pull off a yet another comeback. Thanks to playoff dame hands off. Moselle they've been in the plan all never once. I mean there was a stat today. He's played in six playoff games James. He's eleven touch right. Six someone's got public name. Joe Mock said you know what this guy is eleven. I've been touchdowns he's playoff Damian. He goes like everybody calls him Plano. Nobody except Joe Bucket. Ever called him Damian Williams had never call them now it is now now is there any arguably should have been the MVP. The problem people were very upset about that. Last night I follow a few of the guys they were they where furious because they were like there has to be a because the votes have to be in so early. Bright where I think within three minutes left game. Oh okay that's some the thing for the big run yes so game clinching run so that might iced it. I think though. Here's the reason why I will mahomes. Like he was in his hands every single play. I mean they barely round the ball. He grinded through it and then I think he was perfect on the game like the lean taking that drive us at five five or six yards. He wanted you know what I mean. They had great numbers. Patrick Mahomes just grinding that out and overcoming overcoming like a shady game and overcoming defense. That was the reason I want. The most important play of the game was third and fifteen with six minutes left. Patrick mahomes through a dime to tyreek hill. His forty we are dying that turned everything then they they scored and eventually ran out but that was the biggest play of the game. He made the biggest play of the game so I can handle him. We never surprised how upset people were shooting team. Yeah I mean if he was if it was like a backup quarterback bigger. I know name or something like that. And maybe but they're always used to be like most outstanding and most value or something that biggest numbers of the game play Damian. The Most Valuable Player on the field was nobody really grabbed that game by the balls and said this is my game. Patrick Mahomes by the end of the fourth quarter was playing well Damien Williams had the big run at the end to make is numbers. Look even even better but nobody just stood up and said get on my back. We're winning the Super Bowl right and I feel like you know nine times out of ten closest out of that win that manages the Super Bowl. Winning quarterback is going to be the game itself like first three-quarters Kinda Blah obviously the comeback ratchets things up. I The guy that was just slip through their hands. After that second interception it was like. That's it felt like and then they just didn't put it a light really well. Shanahan has now blown to to fourth quarter leads offense coordinator for one of the head coach for the other. But I- morning forty six. It's about it's about Andy Reid. One of the most likeable guys in sports. Yeah he gets a super bowl. That makes me feel good. You don't get a lot of feel good stories and football all the time it but seeing Andy Reid announcing Patrick Mahomes. He is unquestionably the quarterback. WHO's sitting on top of the sport? There's no question that and well Walker I was in of all time is still shouldn't versus forty two year old. Who's in a Hulu Atlas v P? No I mean if you if you want to say like most talented a quarterback in the game yes is still. 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Moulin is true but that was like three Freeman started on the room buzzing gotta be bucking that last night pete. Seriously Eh The Tom Brady commercial first of all kind of confirming. That was just the picture from is And then I mean who who's got. This racking firming that he's coming back to the Patriots it's like I'm not going anywhere confirmed it or not but I'm just GonNa go and tell you he's coming back. He's not applying for their word. That was also a big report yesterday. Saying he thinks like his money would be on Tennessee and like there are still people who no no the sport and know that franchise. Well were saying not. They are willing to pay him over thirty million dollars and I think he just wanted to know that they would do that. Report came out with my jar. The Patriots are willing to came out might already was like I'll be honest. I know Brady's not even asking for that. So the Patriots are putting out there. We will pay him over. Thirty million dollars might say. He doesn't even want it doesn't have just wants to know that they were willing. He the more I I want you to want to do. The problems just to get attention. Thirty unreal the. He said that the more important part of it is the Patriots having willingness to get get players around him so Greg Olsen congratulations patriots weapons because his arms and and Patrick Mahomes is on the topic support. I mean how are you going to dethrone the King Patrick Mahomes now especially home sport. That's what it is tight. End was great Cindy Eh career in stolley central like funk if all right let's make a deal right now with Gregg Olson you're allowed. We will allow you to come to the Patriots. If you finally just embrace being Third Greg and talk about the questions anymore you can't beat it you just have to be put like third leg on the back of just that's it What was the other the other commercial that stole? I can't remember what was up with. The commercials all have like mixed casts. Yeah everybody every other Commercial Charlie was never commercialized. Had A big night cleaning commercial where it was just like every cleaning company. Apparently he's all in by proctor and gamble and then the baby had kool aid. Had Mister clean physically and someone else. Why are all the brands one? Did the like like all the alien movies and shows so that had a bunch of different actors and but at least that link. That's the thing this is a commercial for planters. PEANUTS WHY MR clean and I feel like we. We know our Guy Gary V was behind it and I wonder if they were just like who are the other big memorable pop culture like I like like logo is like just throw them in there and fuck it. 'cause that's that seems to be the recipe now is just to try to to try to just have like the most wacky shit. Yes Brandon Hashtag baby. Not Not that seems problematic way. More in the halftime show was which also I mean brand walker. Didn't even watch it up to his wife. Sold him he was is not allowed to know. Do you believe that Mrs Walker Texas new grown men are not allowed to watch the halftime show and he got up and walked out the didn't happen. Be If she he did I would honor her and I would go over here and I would not watch because I'm a good person. See I didn't watch it because I knew the cameras were on and Horny Brandon. welker take one thing at army forever so are you. Are you also realize now your official nickname now. I do not be double. That have been trying to do I but also be fair to you. You're if I have heard. I didn't read quotes correctly. You're a boob guy big pook that's an ass show that was an asset show. That was a Miami New York and La show. Oh you're in the middle. America stayed over here and I'm just waiting when there's that's what I say. Sophia regar- halftime show not J.. Lo correct yeah run cities. I'm Horny Brandon's in I can show it is I mean those are those are titans of the asking him. I'm from the early two. Thousands that are still doing it in twenty twenty Technically still do that was very good. Eddie me but she still puts out songs secures. The latest most recent song that she played was like ten years old. It feels like she wants to hear it. Yeah Yeah Yeah. But but they don't do marry for the halftime show usually But usually like you have Bruno. Mars was like in the middle of his prized metal. Usually it's a little more of a a lifetime achievement thing but Shaquille That was like an ass achievement lifetime achievement and that was smart little mad about that though like we said that they all know middle. Americans don't have a problem with that polls tongues and assets but the tongs. No people are mad. People are meaning it because it is actually oversubscribing. I believe it's an Arabic Arabic celebration chant. I'm not sure I don't mean this important cultural. It's like come on. Come on. She's tired we get along and that was not an Arabic funky religious that. move all right if yeah. You're probably right. Tell me they can't do it. We can't do anything teams. Don't mean it yourself who do you think Was The star of that halftime. Show Djalo Brennan. I didn't watch song. I feel like it was Jaylo has the bigger hits and she had much more of the production action. But I think I'm giving the actual edge to secure the actual dancing. Ask shaking her Jalen. to-to-to there in the middle of the ring just like and later just throwing haymakers. That Shakira was noticeably. Better that was she. Jaylo should not have agreed to that secure on that stage. Yeah that was like a rocket picking up the ball against the white sox should just listen. I'm already regarded as the goat. I don't need to show you anything because toe to toe with secure the top one Really see that's that's kind of infants zero right as I maybe not goes to do you think that they thought they like. I feel like it's so easy to play like. You're still talking about me card tag and kind of miss the mark but everyone is still talking about it so they win but not real commercial ends with the baby and the picture of him and they don't do the Hashtag. Yeah and then they did. Emerge line up periscope right away wait you are copying baby. Every brand Iran is going to have a baby now because this was not like people were like thought that that's not so maybe not maybe not some baby TESCO have after that. You can't do it but I dunno Gary V's a madman maybe maybe it was all part of his master plan. What else do you guys? You said Yeah. I mean that was really the gambling. Hamlin Cave Dave winning. Dave won the Super Bowl squares boxes. Donate CNN last night to take out a one hundred dollars to give today Portnoy Roy and that was about as low a moment on the stream. He likes that someone said like. Do you still get juice from winning the money. And he said it was not about got the money it was about taking it off of people he goes he wanted to actually stab in the second half. Hey Brandon Walker papers informant that club to Walker Walker. They call horny pretty pretty. Tastefully prepped. Takes up all right in the rundown around here.

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Episode 22-9 Your Positive Jams

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

1:21:09 hr | 1 year ago

Episode 22-9 Your Positive Jams

"Hello and welcome to rhythm and pixels. If video game music podcasts episode. Twenty two dash nine. We're your hosts. My Name is Rob Nichols. I'm pernille every week. We listen to great video game music from all consoles and all generations. If we like it we're going to play it and this week is a special live streamed episode for our Patriot members so this week. We're actually going to listen to tracks submitted by. Patriarch members and by our listeners. So I think we got some good stuff cornell we got way too much. Good stuff actually. It's it's almost like you mentioned earlier. It's was either feast or famine. Yeah and admittedly always preference to feast because spam is not good when you have to pick tracks you wanna you know. Have some selection to gift for people but what is happening this month was it was famine for the whole month and then within like three days it was like the store Gates Open in music just blew through them. It was amazing. Yeah I think everyone has got you know everyone. Everyone has some time. Maybe maybe some extra time to think about stuff or maybe just more excited about the show because it's kind a normal kind of normal. I mean you're kind of here movie. Can we do a high five? Can we try High five other other way other way. No you got one another man of the bucks to close. Oh remember amount of delay over here. I'm looking at to the street. So that's how it works. I mean important. Parties feeling of five high is present. Yes that's and that's really what matters here. So yes we got that going on. I know you're playing through vom. Lana one again except that you're playing through. Lana one with no sub weapons and you read the curse tablet which which turned the game on super hard mode. Yes so that is wild to me. It results in some fun checks too because We're all still having our group. Chat over the game was happening. Is that? It's almost like that thing. I talked about before when people talk about gays on easy mode. But that doesn't apply here only because this game only normal or hard and like for example cavern will be like. I just beat this bus when my call man? He gave me a lot of trouble like can't I think he's pretty easy? I'm like Oh yeah more hardened make it a little bit easier than I just can't do right now. and I'm getting I'm getting through it. I finished two of the bosses and others. What six more to go right? Yes well more than that. Just no split a little bit more. But I think it's funny though due to the fact that This mortgage offered this scenario. But do the fact. I'm playing on heart. Bosses are much tougher which means that I didn't want to fight them when I normally would because I don't survive them more health which means I spent more time avoiding boss fights and looking for health items across different atmosphere different areas which resulted me doing a weird form of sequence breaking because I couldn't access areas that normally could because I wasn't beating the bosses. Unlock them so obvious. Fighting back actresses and forgetting up that I needed to do because like. Why isn't this door? Oh yeah they beat. The boss resulted in store opening up. Br I forgot that much spent more time looking for what the next thing was as realizing it was time to give up and just go fight the bosses and get it over with it was it was interesting. It's been interesting we can. We can keep talking. We can talk about law. Alana like this whole episode again because it's so compelling yes it is I I actually spent way too long in the mausoleum the giants because I thought that the puzzle was way harder than it was like I was I was. I'm like oh I have to do a sequence of this thing in this thing has to happen but no you just just run back. So much of the game is just sort of like. Oh No no you're stupid. You just have to go back back little bit. And then something changed. Yeah it's only for the mausoleum isn't much thought he's like me out and I'm like all great. It's going to be rough. It's going to get weird. I had a thing happened the other day which I can't say on here because Cameron. We'll hear with him but It's an unexpected thing. I tried my best to not use the Internet for help this time to see how much I could do without the Internet. I needed it two times two times. Which for me is really good. Because I'm positive way more times than that on the last time. I play through Two Times and this last week I did. I almost just kind of want you guys to get there. Because I don't think either of you are going to prepare for it. Like even Cameron and Cameron is taking pictures of everything he sees. He won't be prepared for promise you that but if he is I oh you guys Coxon but aside from Milana I try to get back into POKEMON. I got put my gym leader duties for way too long and grind. Judges are getting restless. Got To come back into that next week. Most likely also polk. Amman teams coming up Back in the cold steel trails. Problem haven't that now is that I still love the game but I'm slower moments in the game. The happens where it's just like. Hey you're having a free day off from school finding fishing in help that kid find her cat. I don't due to the story but complete is too so I can't just ignore that stuff. I kind of trapped stuck in the loop but as I it's this stuff like colorful. Weirdness Daljit moments right. Buddha polar gains. Because now for some reason I'm just starting to want to pick up old gains. Yeah I understand that. I understand that feeling. I get that every once in a while but now is like a really good time to do that so that goes to our listeners. To like explore some of the rhetoric stuff but the stuff that you really loved maybe from a certain time in your life because it's nice to remind yourself how you felt of the scams and that's honestly a part of what lawn is doing now one last thing about the game and I'll stop rambling so my facebook memories. I came across an interview that I did with actually with Daryl whatever the pier where his podcast and he was running at the time was doing like interviews with various Jimmy. The only interviewed me. This was in two thousand fourteen or fifteen and long interview but it turns. What are your favorite gays priority? Play right now short enough in there in two thousand fifteen like. I'm all about Islam a lot of gay. I can't put it down of course Saito read that I had a lot on Paula. How Weird is that love? A Lotta here La Their Mama WanNa everywhere hot negative day. I want to give a shoutout again to Carlos for coming on the show last week. That was a of fun. He was on Just about every type Fiji on podcast at the time including he was on the Super Marcado. Brothers right yes right which was on doing a world tour of Castle Marcado Brothers. They just finished like four hundred episodes and they got a big write up in Publication Technica shot up to like ten or eleven in like the music. Podcasts like Apple List which is amazing. And that's awesome and then a game that tune. If you listen to that they just finished their two hundred episode. They're catching up to us. So that's really cool so that's big great milestones for everybody Alex Messenger. He had a special guest intro on his last show. Really Yeah I forget who it is. But he was there. I remember it was Kevin Conroy. Voice actor it was the Batman Concern. It was Batman it Batman. So that's really cool. You know like these little things can sorta like reach out and people will get interested in stuff So I've been playing some. Lana I got back in the street fighter. Five and so. I'm grinding on that to get a little bit better to start challenging more players again. I've been playing a lot of. Dr You can catch me on. Twitch Dot TV Slash Rob Uhrmann with two BS. Are You n? Except I play in the mornings so it's better for timezones and towards the Europe location rather than their North American locations Some doing a lot of that. And I'm doing a Lotta guys game development so I have a top down twin stick shooter. I've been working on that today. I finished up Ai For some of the enemies. I got the actual game pat controls like working real smooth and so there's a lot of stuff I got finished camera motions and zooming in and doing but it's only it's only using virtual boy colors like just for three rides and a black so it's very very interesting looking. I'm Christie has always like are you working on that read game again. It's all ready. All you got to challenge streetfighter. Oh someone's coming in. A new challenger has been accepted. Ooh Daryl challenging fact here. He is a trash talker. So just warning you in advance. But he has offered the challenge. That's okay I don't play. I don't play with a headset. So you can say whatever. He wants now. Xbox three sixty. I have a headset and Friday. Night was drunk fighter. Four and that's all we did. Yeah so let's get into some music and then let's talk about some of these tracks so we asked our Patriot listeners and our listeners general to to come up with some positive jams we had a positive jam episode ourselves and we wanted to open it up to everybody for the month. I think is funny. Enough worth noting. No we were doing our positive jams episode but right before we originally aired it the suggestion as he came from the dude. Which was an interesting coincidence. Because we're doing a positive jams episode tomorrow. These suggests you know what yes and we talked about. It was like yes. It's like it's just it's just right and it's nice just to share the one thing like hey guys. Here's some positives that we think you want to hear us another thing also in the listeners of like this was giving me through this. I mean it makes me feel good and I think it's going to be funny when I go through my mic picks because it is those pick this objection that came through ridiculously ankeny. And we'll talk about it when it gets to those points out. Okay Yeah I was shocked. All right. Well let's Let's go with your your first track down okay. My first pick comes from David cakes and the track is from Phoenix. Right as attorney is called. Congratulations Everybody Gi. Maury Maas Zaku. I gotTA save a lot not a lot but often play tracks. It'll be played before on these Patriot episode. Just because they're they're suggested we'll do with guests that we have on the show but it's it's so worth it to hear like songs like this again because I'm reminded of how much I love this music. So let's listen to this one. Welcome back you're listening to congratulations everybody from the game. Inex- right turney composed by Sukey Maury Muslims Accou- submitted by listeners. Data cakes now. This one was one of a no brainer. I'll make this kind of cheating in that regard for me anyway but this track is a positive vibes track for me personally. I wouldn't have picked it onto our episode because I've already picked the ring tos episode way back in the day right because this was my first ringtone that was ever done for me customized because I love this track so much back then I didn't know what the actual name of the track was so I just called in April may because of the name of the character on three when they first played in Phoenix right one and then later on of course I got. The real name was congratulates. Everybody and then there you had it. I still listen to this day. Bottom what I wanna feel good about something. It's a gym but enough about my testimony best. We David Testimony. Semaine this short and sweet song from a series I feel is rated and underplayed. Honestly it really is. If you haven't played these games what the heck are you doing? Now is the perfect opportunity. Get on it funny tree. Hugging little baffling in parts but ultimately just a great time and they are just a great time to and my backlog. I still need to play through which was like spirit of justice and do destinies on three D. S. What everyone I have played. They always end up with the same thing where I'll play bit by bit here and there but we'll get to the last chapter that lasts case will keep you up all night. Every time without fail never fails because that gripping that good that dramatic congratulations. Everybody game suggestion now. Yeah it's a really good suggestion Something about like that that the the first part. It just sounds like you know. There's a lot of symbols being played. Live like everyone's like pumping their fists up in the air. It's like back up so it's so it's so happy you know you can't get over that kind of happiness. It's a truly joyous. Track really is one that I can. I'll never tyrel like it's a short loop but I could I had played for upwards like fifteen minutes straight with not without batting an eye because it's just a frigging good good this care bears. Happy is super super scared. Me Happy it is well. That's speaking of bedrock. The next track comes from bedrock. We're going to listen to another really pleasant to this is from Super Mario RPG for the Super Nintendo composed by Yoko Shimomura bedrock picked. Hello Happy Kingdom. We're GONNA listen to that. One next WOAH. Look and you are listening to. Hello happy. Kingdom from Super Mario RPG for the super ness composed by Yoko Shimomura. And Yeah. I like this. This is really fun is really dynamic. It's very loud and sections very quiet and other sections. I think it's really interesting choice because it's like coming from a classical background you know. We're all the instruments are spaced. And how loud they are. And then I'll have how it builds to the end with us like it's tickets ticket to take bump bomb. It's it's nice. I like it. I like you please in the Mushroom Kingdom area actually. Enough pretty cool. Well let's listen to bedrocks testimonial he says I like to contribute a song. That always brings a smile to my face both for the memories of the game that inspires and for the pure Johnny Bliss of the tune itself. I mean it's right there in the title. I like to hear Hello Happy Kingdom from Super Mario RPG which plays in the mushroom kingdom town area of the Game Yoka Memoria. Yoko Shimomura provided a great introduction to the soundtrack in his early area perfectly blending the sensibilities of Koji Kondo's established Mario Music specifically from the Super Era with squares signature. Rpg sounds such a great soon from a classic soundtrack and then he says I've got a question for y'all as well. I know that Cornell has mentioned several times how much he loves lonely rolling STAR FROM CATAMARAN democracy. Yeah what about you rob when you think about your favorite video game tunes? Are there any songs at spring immediately to mind? Aside from lowly lonely rolling star. I have to say it's happy. Birthday Gimmick from Gimmick that that's like perfect picked torn between a vampire killer or bloody tears like those are teams that can just never get on my head Licensed track like I was really into wipe out for the playstation and there was a track from Sasha called expanders that like when I had that game he can actually choose. The music played on this on the levels. Would just I would de-select every track except for that one just listened to it over and over again because it's the perfect song for that video game. Christopher sorry could relate to what you just said don't so Christopher mentions that he like you is a huge fan of gimmick happy birthday from Gimmick. That's WANNA make chance to say. Well I don't know I think we may have played on the show before but if we did it was so long ago. That's worth mentioning it again. Checkout still samurais rendition of that song because it is stupid good happy. I thought they just did Strange memories of death. Sorry that was when it was thought. It was rolled index. Also that song rules so being doesn't amazing tune that doesn't even like in the game proper. I think it's a hidden track or unused track on the cartridge. But it's because the knife and learn. What Gimmick was as far as GEICO GEICO gimmicky or like? Yeah it's awesome what? What's unique about it before me a lot of great game? Great like I mean like the original castle Venus Earth specifically the music from castle to is what really Mike when I was really young That that music really got stuck in my head. Also the theme to Solstice by By Tim Fallen. I used to listen to that all the time. When I was younger I would just leave it on the on the title screen and just listen to music is so good and it was so amazing. How long it was so yeah. That's up there for me. Game Music is an interesting piece for me. And the fact that it's up there like when people suggest. Hey can you name your top five board games of your top five video game. It's hard to narrow it down. I really can't I'll be like here are the most come to mind for me. But that's always subject to change like you know there's holders of power and Salomon shrine theme es and he mentioned Lonely Rolling Star. It's hard because like you want to think of those iconic tunes but lonely rolling star is so I mean like the lyrics. You know really. It's got such a good hook to it. There's there's there's not much compared to. Yeah but there's even like weird days like wearing a tracks that will come to minor stays fee from the rocketeer or Stacey from India Superman game both of which are that. No one talks about a music incredible crisis a lot. The TENEO dance fever from the first stage. I'll I'll just be sitting around. I'll working on my mind. All Years Bernard or whether it just. I think it's good like struck. You got struck to that tune. Whenever I think of incredible crisis is up picking up picking up forever forever endeavors kicking up. It's always on the ground and he always get always get keep dropping. You pick it up. What's your next tune all right so my track of choice for the next. Shebang is from great. Fran Listener Dan Loughton. Yeah from the Game Krono Cross and it is the army village home theme who I only playstation game. Of course yeah I love the off. And I love the soundtrack so much in composed by Yasunori Mitsuda yes. It is Welcome back you're listening to the village. Hopi the gate pro cross Sony playstation couples by Yasunori Mitsu composed by Dan. Loudon and eight to stop. Laughing is fun dancing fun. I loved the. And this is another pickup of UNCANNY. Nece because this is also another attract that I don't know if he played on the show proper or not but I don't think so I don't think so we'd be played a couple of a couple of songs from the soundtrack but definitely not this one. Is this over forever like forever has been one of my so I here you feel like crap. Pernille will make you feel really good and relaxed this track like I'll booted up L. again. I'll just running at my desk and I'll just put the chair back till Tibet but just get absorbed of the song like if feel so good to listen to this track at the scenic. Come up as a suggested track for positive. These bows upon millions literally. Millions of traffic could have come through. This was one of them is like I have to pick it this is. This is copacetic right here. Same Waverley but what did they have to actually say about? It says this is my second most listened to O. S. T. ever and this is my most listen to track from it. This complete endlessly and I would only get happier more than I listened to it. Something about that guitar hits me hard fields. Every single coin absolutely. It's a beautiful track. I hope everyone else agrees with me on that. If you don't you're dead inside so good. It's so did that guitar. Got Some soul to it you know and all the like that that that base thumping bass sound behind it. It's just it's beautiful. This whole soundtrack is beautiful. Especially these these slower like contemplative songs are amazing agreed. And there's something say like as a lot of talk people bring up. Proto craw in more of people dog it a little bit. Yeah but a lot of time I think dogging stems from them China because it's like a direct relation to criminal trigger and my take on is that I feel like it got the short end of the stick because of that relationship because as a game itself Games. Great Music is spectacular. Their character varieties. Superb are like the world crowd the whole parallel world. There's an English dominant characters can play that game tons and tons and tons of character. It's a hidden throughout the game. Which is here. It's like you play you play however you want to you know and that's really fun. You can be a drunken bartender. Yeah amazing and she just like Drunken Kung Fu. Yeah was always my party. You play the Cook and the Cook's daughter like the fight with frying pans. Yeah that's right. Them is a ladle girls ladle and is named like his name by the chemical compounds that makes some materials. Epi Too because like Oh. You're you'll get ironed pay that's right the MVP. And Mike makes a good point. He goes at least ain't call it chronic trigger to. Oh man out blemish on trouble. That would have been some tough stuff. There was an animated came out called Kernel Crusade which just had to work rhino in the name. That's all that has nothing to do with any of these caves. Nothing at all. Those Great Rick. Great anime I didn't read much of the mango but the anime was really good. I feel like I remember. The anime coming out and eight to see was even written like the courtesy and crowd sugar which got more people off. It's gotta be it's gotta be but it's it's not it's just so different and it really really odd world that they put it in with them like these really like like hard like Catholic religious elements. But they're all equipped with with all the weapons to fight demons. It's so strange. I will say one thing about chrome trigger. They'll like this talk going on in the threat about it like this talk about whether it's over rated or how fun it is and what not but I will say is regardless of a person's personal. Take on the game itself is fun. One thing that I will always praise for that. I think really really got right. Was they nailed the time travel for a video game perspective down to the letter like he did a great job with it and it was very rare. Only get ever. I can't think of going back in that. Game like wow. What a major loophole. The major loophole screwed this up. It doesn't work when they do. This is like they did time travel right in that game which just adds to the joy that I felt playing through and going back into old time period of calm. I wonder how that affected the future. You go to the future and you see it a lot of gangs. Don't mail that lot of media doesn't mail that effect time travel and media is one of my biggest biggest foods moving but that drives me crazy. Gears really grise my gears to say that he's so close to saint grinding my gears it's GonNa Happen it's GonNa Happen on the show goes like what do you make pet peeves and the reason being is because I love time travel yes. I know that you can go wrong with it. Like the Star Trek. Does all this crazy stuff in superman. Like flies around the earth backwards like stuff like big. There's always something wrong with it. So but the game like corona trigger. It's like they let you can't really worried about. There's something magical about the whole experience so you're just trying to deal with the situation rather than contemplate with time travel is really like like fun fact. this was maybe two thousand ten or nine or something years ago before. I moved to the apartment even but I was at a friend's house we're hanging out and we got the wild idea to watch the back to the future movies. I'd never seen the third one at the time. Okay only the first and second marathon all three movies. Everyone's like stupid fun. But here's the GIG so as you're watching the first movie and then just about the start second couldn't not. I could not avoid complaining about time. Travel shut the whole process an hour and we are back and forth about why the future doesn't work what it would take for it to work and I was like they were taught telling me no the way it works is like no the only way time travel can work in this possible in any way that they're splitting off in the multiple timelines and whenever they go back to go back to a starting central point that they never affects but if the ever doing the changes that point in time you can never go back to the original time s. The always can make any sense. Sure enough in third film Third Field Doc. Brown does the exactly the time travel. Wrong Marty how it actually works and he does. He doesn't there you go. You argue with me for nothing. Even Brown agrees with me. Tie Travel Stupid. He watched so one of the early Star Trek. Voyager episodes is all of these famous people in History in American history are actually abducted by aliens and kept in Cryogenic Sleep on another planet and then be all them out. They that void the crew. Voyager thaws them out and it's like Amelia earhart. You're alive you know like it's so cheesy and I just finished watching this to episode where they actually go back to present day by accident which is nine hundred ninety six and they go back into nineteen ninety. Six and like technology has been stolen from like two thousand nine hundred something. It's weird because voyagers from twenty six hundred so it's like so many centuries ahead of them but anyway. It was so cheesy like the clothes and like the Hawaiian shirts there in L. A. It's like they're all like it's so it's so bad it was good and they were just like at one point. One character looks the other. Just you know. It's just so confusing trying to think about it too much and they just keep going on with the show like the Star Trek thing. I've ever heard of him. I view you want some really bad star trek time travel. You're done this episode of Video Episode Webster travels into the future. Is there that with worth? Really? Yes okay everybody. Everybody stop everybody stop. There was an episode of the old eighty show called webster where webster gets beamed from his bedroom into the future. Onto the starship. Enterprise since the budget was cheap or low the only had like two cast members of the show. Star Trek on the episode. It was just him and wharf talking and doing flashback. Commentary for the Webster Series. It was it was frigging Larry's to say the least because I can't them who thought that Webster in Star Trek made a great combination for the record. Those who don't know webster with an old show on the eighty starring guy who was actually like thirty. Who looked like a child and he played a child as a result. It was a heartwarming. Great cartoons. Live action show back in the day dancing on the bridge. It was something to say the least to watch the butterfly effect. Remember seeing the butterfly. That's a great movie with Ashton Kutcher. very remember hearing people say that was like the thing that no one expected him to do. Well in was that was that I know I saw it. Looks like a crazy movie. Then he go see it and it's it's it's bonkers a lot of weird time travel stuff but it's it's it's more along the lines. It has a feeling of Donnie Darko. If you've ever seen that I did. I did like meter. It's closer to that but with a little bit more narrative going on anyway aside away from the dark stuff. Let's get into the talks of webster on the cast of Star Trek the next generation. No more Donnie Darko. How about Lonnie Light? Oh this is This is a track that was suggested by Johann Perez and this track is called the gallant girl blowing the gallon girl or blowing wind that blows from the sky and it is a non non essays theme from the Game Under night in birth E. X. E. late. I'll never understand what that name comes from. I think the game knows that name cages found some like words and they put them together and is composed by the artist and his righto. Our Ito does not have credited as a composer name. So that's all we have is an alias and we're gonNA CHECK US out. Now this is the gallant track from under night in Dash Birth Dash. Late changed concerns. This is so good feeling characters fighting. All right we're back. You're listening to gallant. Girl or blowing wind that flows from the sky is NAS theme from the game under night in birth. Ese late composed by Righto R. A. I. T. O. And this was selected by Listener Johan Perez and Johann says around the time. I started to really get fighting games with guilty gears X. IRDS reserves release. I always saw the super cool can game called under night in birth colon. Emc that was Japanese. Only at the time. I didn't really have the money at the time to import it but I had seriously been considering it for months. Once I heard under night way under night I was coming to the states. Anyway coming to the states I took the plunge and it became one of my favorite games at the time the game play with slick. Musical is incredible. Every character I played felt awesome. This song is usually seen as a meam in the community but I really do. Love how fun and happy it sounds. I don't play as much anymore but you better believe. I'll pick her song in the Grand Finals. And Yeah this is A. It's it's not just an anime song. It sounds like a like a Sitcom theme song. This would've worked in our episode with a couple of weeks ago. Yeah it's so it's got that feel to it It's not what I expected like when that the opening piano kicks like. Oh it's building up. Its building of expecting like shredding guitar like this were guilty like basic which but no. It's not working half cheesy organ. It makes you want to go back. And by that game only ever played at my friend Francis House they were playing the heck does he gave and we were playing. It and I was using a ridiculously long electric went. Which of course couldn't change. She has a wit care people up. But I have one enemy fighter over here that I purchased by never really sat down and play a ton of but I need to call aqua positive or something where you get the girl from Comic Party for some reason. Yeah I think this game mixed up with Aqua Pasta or some other ones Cabin the titles are so bizarre in these enemy. Fighters are just like the Combo systems are so unique in every character plays in a very specific way to me it's a little daunting but they look. I mean especially now. They look of measor like they've they've got these games to look so good. It's easy Mickey think those kinds of games won't be one of the place where I can hold my own against you because you're used to street fighter. Yeah it's slow methodical not to say the game itself is slow but it's slow were typical enemy fighter whereas I'm with rush down and fast paced game so funny like character in street fighter. Five was Cammie because I liked her rush down style but the game is slower. The game is is probably more successful. You're more successful playing that game. If you play slow Lauren. The chat actually recommended you. Try Grand Blue fantasy versus. Yeah there is that on playstation. I think so. A bunch of people have suggested that to me saying it's it's really fun And that's where a lot of like a lot of streetfighter five players when they've got bored of that Gandhi either went to that game or they want to drag a ball fighters because that's a lot like the marble tecom type Games but now this is a great so thank you Johann. I believe Johansen newer Patriot number new newish Patriot show. I will say you mentioned. Dragon Ball fighter that one surprised in the living daylights out of me. I will say I'm not a big fighting game gun but what I do know about Dragon. Ball Z. is that up until the tournament. Power became a thing. Most of the fights showing both key. Bless fast punches fast kicks basically just the show what I was thinking about like. We're going to make a fighting game built around. Dragon Ball Mike. The all do borderline to save stuff. What can he possibly do to make the characters different and they they really not out of the park the characters absolutely play differently from each other and they it doesn't feel like basic typical dragon ball. Battles goes a bit beyond. Actually I was a fan of seeing action. It's exciting to watch the commas. Go for a really long time though last week. Carlos actually said I'd be prepared to just hold block for a long time because your opponent will just keep running through it over and over again. Marble Capcom is a lot like like marvel. Conti is a lot like that where it's this you expect. Here's going to have to block A and block well. But that's the thing like you you you practice combos new practice offense so much these games that it becomes kind of a habit like second nature you can just you can do the condos but you never practice defense you know so you never heard never prepared to block things. Yes my biggest problem. I suck in defending in these. I'm like go just brush the guy and if I get tired there's the match juggle by never bought. These games blocking is not fun of people would say but I mean that's half the fun I think it's attack counterattack. So is a good track. I really like it So we are onto your third tune. This one actually came as a real surprise to me and very recently and by recent I mean. They showed up late today but it adds he came from listeners. Solar Sanctuary it is from the game trials of Mono- and this called swivel which up until now they even know. The name of the track was composed by Hiroki Khuda. Ps Four PC. Switch a lot of game system trick is so good so I love welcome back. You're listening to swell from the game trousers of Mono- composed by Hiroki Kakuta on the. Ps four is switch submitted by listeners. Soloist Sanctuary and this is another track that hits me in the holy cow. I did not see this coming but then it did. I kind of should have says because trials of modest been poem in palm pilot like bread and butter lately. This is their jam but even before this is the thing I love this track. Warsaw the specific the original back in like late nineties. I played a bit of the fan translated site concession. Three and this track plays if I'm not mistaken on the Golden Road Section of the game. It's fairly early but you. You stay on their area for a little while. We'll filling various missions and this track was very lively very upbeat and it was like the first point in the game was this feels very much like us to secretive monitors back then no one. None of us knew what it's like in the session. We're like Oh secret Ramona too. But if felt very much like secretive monitor at that point and I love this track until you get poisoned by those stupid bees and cobol shoot shoot with arrows because they do on the Golden Road. They shoot you. They're all jerks. Love this track. It was it felt nice to see a pop in the feet and brought back a lot of good memories. And then I was like this has to be on the frigging show It's just dangerous to admit that like episode like here's to transfer. The shows like Winter Games but I should read the testimony of Akashi. She wrote a good one for. Yeah so we see. I've always noticed an accepted that I am most likely a huge fan of needs title. Not sure why. But there's something about that feels more personally connected to me then. Yeah typical mainstream title so imagine myself crying and yelling with my brother while playing descend three which is now trials of Mon. And when that may surprise remake reveal for release. If I am more honest this news made me way. More hyped. As seven remake. Forty nine was my first year. Pg instill my most favorite found fancy title. In fact I replaying and loving this game back when I was in high school and when emulators were thing now I they're still going nowhere baby. I was listening to but now that I'm playing. It still felt familiar with that Nice Cotopaxi in a refreshing game. Play this track. I picked as one of the most memorable tracks from his. Snes incarnation me. The sound President Swivel Sounds House shows. Just how whimsical the world? Mono- actually is. Maybe this is why. I'm so drawn to the game itself. Seems a lot of niche things. I like are just then. Whimsical makes me smile. Like a little kid all over again and that's a good testimony has really. I like that. Just just hearing. That song can bring up as memory. Make you smile here just this. Just the song on its own makes me smile. I really love it. It's just it's a gym like I will say his heroic Kunas Mono- compositions. There's not a doubt among them and they generally well almost like joey because there's traffic. They're freaking spooky spooky like crypt being that plays monitoring just sticking the monitor's spooky cryptic breaking up but His upbeat tracks are really upbeat. Like this Golden Road for me. The news that one like relaxing track that place North town on secretive monitor. That always hits me. Feel something fierce. It's a number of traffic. I think of that. He's compose that. All into the list of these tracks want to have access to I was stuck on a deserted island in the entertain myself until help shoot. Yeah they're not just emotional. There's something there's something deeper going on there right so our last song. Proper comes from Nick Walker that Nick Walker Walker that Nick Walker. We know where he will. And when you when you know where he's walking and this is called the. Song of Silence From Harvest Moon Life for the Nintendo Gamecube composed by Nakajima Pleasant downright pleasant here listening to Song of Silence From Harvest Moon a wonderful life for the Nintendo Gamecube composed by Diet Nakajima and this was chosen by our listener Nick Walker which Nick Walker that that won the won the won won the one Walker says. Hey guys hope you're staying safe and well equipped with teepee positive. Vibes is a wonderful theme for this month because I know we could all use some. This is the song. Silence Tuned From Harvest Moon. A wonderful life. The only game from the series. I've played I don't know why but the song is has all the right notes in my head to help me slow down. Take a deep breath and relax like a gentle rain of game. Cube sound fought. Yes Nice I like all the little little linke sounds it's it's it's a really good. Slow Tempo Really Nice. I'm really into this morning. White wise here like I. I wasn't expecting it to be down tempo especially coming from the trash even plan throughout the show. But it's a very. It feels very nice spot in this lineup force. I like it very much. So yeah it's more at home with the current across track that we played earlier. Actually the the guitar from that would be really good with this. It's kind of although it's got more of like a Ukulele kind of thing going on that'd be kind of cool. Have you ever played them? Harvest Moon game percent. No I haven't. I've always been intrigued by it. I used to. I worked at electron expertise. I we used to sell it and I'd be like and parents would come in and ask me like. Hey what's this game about? Tell them like. Oh it's about farming and you know being cool on a thing you know. It's not like a sports game and you're not shooting people so they were confused because he's so I always had a lot of respect for these Games Because I thought they were really interesting and they were very pleasant but I never played them. It was my very first experience with chores. The game currently being filmed by animal crossing but back when Horace Moon on SAS was a thing. I kind of I mean. I'm almost ashamed in mix. I don't do this anymore but I got a mock. The games like who the heck waste and we're on a stupid farming games and he makes sense just makes no sense but for those who were around back then you might remember that harvest moon didn't get a large print. It became rare and the value of the game went up even for you know ninety time it was a very valuable game so at that point my interest. Pete. We're this. What do people seeing a stupid farming? I don't get it so fast. Forward a few more years game with car became a thing. I was taking the bus back of course to. Kb Toys for Work and harvest moon. Gameboy became a thing so I was like you know I take the bus every day. Asthma Gameboy just by this and see was put the fusses. And even though harvest moon gameboy had less features than the SDS game. I was hooked. I was obsessed with the idea of growing the perfect set of tomato crops milking cows and everything every day on the way to work. I was obsessed with getting everything right. My father was on point. You hear me profits. Were being made. Ferries were being discovered for special tools. I was on board and the weirdest thing about it is. I couldn't quite explain why I was enjoying it. Because it didn't even have the slice of life elements that harvest moon became. No four was literally grow crops. Harvest Animals get paid endured again. And I was on four I was in like flint and now I know I still play harvest moon gain and rune factory games. And then there's four which is not quite harvest smooth but it still took some of the boxes. We gotta get these. Things doesn't get money out of this machine is doing a gig crops grow. It's a it's a victim. You mentioned. forager a few times on the show. Now you asked forgeries a jail. It's not like it's not a farming game per se but it ticks. The boxes of person that a person could get from harvest moon which is crafting involve at the crapping host from stuff that grows on the islands. So you grow the stuff in the building facilities allied to mass produce things you want so the crops quote unquote are facilities that you build facilities produce which you want or snake can be used to make more things that you've my find more islands to expand onto now eventually. If you really good you can create this auto running like Shane of production. That just makes the stuff you want. It's Oh my God. He's sounds like a board game. You know what I mean those no j you WanNa have the optimal play like you don't have to because the game isn't really timed or anything but you're building that engine you know like you know what you mean. And that's the that's the. This is the kinds of games that you're good at. Because I have a hard time like around creating the perfect engine to do what I needed to do. So I'M GONNA turn this super chill track down and we're GONNA get into the part of the show that we call the bonus round bonus round bonus round the bonus round has a replay covers and remixes arrangements and we got some really. Nice really nice tracks to pick from so cornell where you going with everybody time to saddle up because we got long one coming in so funny thing when this episode was going to be done. I really thought well. I hope hope do submit something good because I feel weird. If I didn't pick something from concern that he suggested the track are the topic but luckily you submitted a great track and I have no qualms with tickets. I like it very much. And hopefully you guys do to. This is the jazz video game. Mentally Movement won the joy of gaming by insane in the rain music and it is a Banger. So hope you all enjoy spending time with all right John Do Hey Is Time with trump. Taupe sort That was great. Those good as s got a funny says. Well you know me picking to many emissions. He's good at it but this time it played into his style because this joy of Gaming Medley was on point posed by insane. The rain music never disappoints. I have to say I was please. You sound like you're please. Our looks like from the chat. Everyone was yeah. There's so much like there's so much in that medley and I just I love the way it all flow together. That was fun. That was a lot of fun. So he's really good we have a testimonial in saying the rain is a great composer. Where love listening to? I had another remix in mind for this episode until I heard this is literally the joy of gaming. It's perfect for this episode and on top of that features many songs. I wanted to suggest for this very episode. So this is like a bunch of my many suggestions and should count as many tracks being played. Were Me Anyway? Thanks for going with my suggestion and I can't wait to hear everyone else's tracks. Well I loved it. I loved it. It was a good suggestion. Camera says celery should have bitten smash. It might have been. Yeah that was funny. Oh my so my track comes from electric Blue Bugaku and this is from the Game Jazz Jackrabbit to for the PC windows and this track is the diamond disc remix so it's arena of the state's diamond. Dis DIAMOND DIAMOND IS. Oh you got dissed. Yeah that's what it is. It's composed by Robert a Alan in. He got dissed by the Arranger Alexander Brandon and I'll say that the only testimonial that electric blue has is that I read the arranger. Because I always feel the do it. So the arranger is Alexander Brandon and this is a diss track on Robert a Allen's composition. Die Mundus Remix from Jazz Jack. Rabbit partout for the PC windows entertainment system food and Song is so cool. This is from jazz jackrabbit part to Windows. This is the Die Mundus remix composed by Robert Allen and arranged by Alexander Brandon and this was suggested by electric blue blue. And I love this man. This is like a mix of what's mix of it. Kinda reminds me a crash bandicoot a little bit like that kind of sound. But it's it's so much funkier. I love it. Man got a great beat. It's got a great beat. What do you think I've been? I've been really enjoying these because they're fantastic. Traffic is somehow for some reason. They've done their job of kind of being late their music. You want to have conversations to like. I felt more compelled to what a talk in the check for the group while the music played because it bit the scene so well. It's it's great while we when this is over. We're going to have a barbecue party in the backyard and we're just gonNA play all these tunes. This is going to be a playlist. I like the sound of that. The positive bbq yeah. I would say we can lie but it'd be really boring. Lives trickles be sitting there moving pieces on a board. What's up the turntables? And maybe we can like alive. Tj session and you and I can play Dj for part of the night. I'll be doing that thing where you get the glass shades on all the. Dj's do just GonNa leave or closure. I look you're just kind of scratching the beat. Yeah Man I'll teach you the scratch. It'd be fun go up this really bad H. Drive me crazy I stay out. GotTa stay out of the The Poison Oak Professor Poison Oak professor poisoned or love it. That's Professor Oak. That's his rap. Name see professor poison for more information on her bonus round good rhythm and PIXELS DOT com. We'll have links to the sound clouds and bang camps and everywhere where you can buy the music and support all of these artists. Thanks for joining us on episode. Twenty two dash nine of rhythm in pixels. This is our our Patriot on recorded episode. It's a live streamed recording of the episode for our Patriot numbers. And it's all of your positive jams. Your your favorite tracks that make you feel good make you feel maybe a little nostalgic but I feel like I I have lately been really wanting music. That's put me in a in a good mood. Angry music or like some dark and more like mopey stuff. I'm really I really loved that but like I can't I just can't do it now. I feel like I have like this low level like anxiety as just constant and I can usually ignore it and if I if I listen to something crazy or the wrong thing at the wrong time. It's just it's just. I can't do it. I got out. I'm a huge sucker for now only uplifting tracks even if it's not an uplifting track just attracting listeners positive thoughts yeah so we were talking about going back to the topic. Love Alana's we're of course and how I like the music game. Some of the tracks net game. They're not particularly happy or beaten or just good music but they take me back to a place I his happy feeling lost in thought and contemplation and as a result those traffic very good. Listen to have a positive association for and the more the better just because looking back on my tastes in music. In general over the years I started listening to whatever other my all my friends listen to Nirvana and row. Celli peppers last. Then I got into metal because Myers got me into metal when he realized that if Perot likes music from east clearly he would like metal music he was right and he was wrong but then after that I kind of did my own weird diversion because of like jet set radio with this and I discover twee pop and cuddle core shoe gays in iconic stopped there and never left like. That's my happy place. Even though she gazes isn't necessarily always happy lots zesty pootie like low wouldn't like Mellow Moody. But it just works and now with the current state of mind. Things at gravitate more towards the tweets. Stuff the cuddle Costa I was listening to freaking heavenly the other day trophy girlfriend by heavily. Like that's eighty stuff fair that I had forgotten about paying me. Entire sewn every song I play that all the lyrics still by having heard them in like ten years in the house like like in the morning. We've been listening to Mixes of ninety s pop music. All the pop hits from like the early nineties just in the house and like other like nineties. Not One hit wonders but Popstars from the nineties like This morning was all about jewel from ritual remember jaw- Similan more sets in there and Fiona apple kind of moody morning. But let's fun that time like. Yeah this is really good and there was a darn good music during that time. I love the and everybody in the chat right. Now if you're listening you're listening because the dough What are some of your favorite Like happy non vija music that you listen to music makes you feel good stuff curious. Some Mike Myers. What was the description of Scott Music? The music of being thirteen in your mom says she's making Spaghetti Man. When I was a kid I did not associate spaghetti being for dinner as a good thing. I got tired of very fads. Goto Chris Murray says post hardcore makes me feel really happy. Yeah a lot of people are all people I know are really into that lake. The Post Hardcore Post punk rock pop punk The scene that was really really really good. I've never understood the post part like music genre or something like well more than can name them. But I'm like what the heck is post any host like punk music. But it's Kinda poppy but it's not like punk music from like punk. Music was defined as punk music so they host whatever so intriguing. It's usually defined by the by the group or the Genre daily cakes shoe gaze Funk Scott and Retro Wave. I've been listening to a lot of chill wave a lot work to keep going to have to recommend some shoe gaze to me as I'm all about when people like shoe games. It doesn't happen often enough. You're listening to the show on the podcast and you'll have some suggestions for us and if you have any like nice things to say. Nice music that you're listening to that you'd like for us to listen to the best way to do. It is to send us an e Mail Raymond pixels at Hotmail Dot Com. 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9 - I See Dead People Part 1

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9 - I See Dead People Part 1

"Welcome to fours talk or we're not really horse. We just like word word play. Hello Welcome to Horace talk for I'm Sharon. I'm Melinda all right so today. We have very very the exciting interview we have Tatyana and Adriana who are are going to be telling us some of their personal paranormal experiences and while into the show ladies thinking you inviting us. Thank you so much for coming. We're excited to have you and so why why don't you tell us whoever wants to start a little bit about the background of your family because you have a long history of having paranormal experiences in your family so tell a little bit about that <hes> becomes as far as I know from my grandmother. She is a Indian by by birth in South America Colombia so she taught us how to pray and their language all of those grandkids so he knew <hes> and she would <hes> <hes> do and say things when we were little you know how to protect us against the evil spirits and all this stuff and she would have us talk to our dolls calls and say make sure you tell them they can't stay in there so I grew up not knowing that that was a normal so so <hes> and I I only had one doll really when I was growing up and my my grandma was the one that got it for me and she would dress it up and everything but she just made sure that don't let anything get in it and I was like you know sticks things in life but she protected and so that it wouldn't be vessel aw so and I didn't know that my mom knew but she didn't tell me I was little little little and there's obviously a lot of hormones stories that are based on that but I didn't know that there is any sort of actual cultural historical significance and that so is this <hes> Sunday that in the Colombian culture they believed that dolls can be vessels spirits or the thing that that I won't be able to say anything about this because I was brought here to the United States when I was six so all that was left behind so I didn't really come to see my grandmother mother until I was ten years old and that was the last time I saw her and she passed on but she was very in tune with the with nature she would tell you. It's GonNa rain tomorrow and she would be like <hes> the you see those ants going over there. They're getting ready and it was just and and she was so loving and all the dogs and cats would follow her everywhere and birds and everything she was just a really beautiful beautiful being and <hes> my mom's the same anyway. My mother is <hes> very in tune with spirituality and <hes> always uses the Pentagram symbol to attacked the way she explained it to me when I was little at the Pentagram is like a person standing up and doing the star here the head the hands and the legs is and that is the universe trying to protect their fire waters Bagley so it's a little less than what we were you know brought to known and then all all of a sudden I grow up and it was like Pentagram again doesn't have an ICE Pentagram jewelry and high school and college and <hes> <hes> yeah to me it was always about the spirit you know Earth fire water spirit and my connection to nature as well. It had nothing to do with the devil you know I'm not sure sure how the Pentagram became this evil symbol because it's really a pagan example well probably and the scares in the eighties all the satanism and all that kind of stuff but I was just going to say that like a lot of horror movies to your point earlier. Do you use dolls and they say that like fiction comes from the truth place somewhere but I never heard of anyone or would have thought to do any sort of protection caption on a child's doll. I think that is like the smartest thing ever. That's awesome so I have a friend that <hes> <hes> is from Haiti and she told me about dolls and how in their culture they used to put like evil spirits in the dolls to prevent them from harming anyone to trap to trap the soul inside the doll to prevent it from harming any wine nine dolls verizon. Oh that makes sense yeah interesting so maybe that's where that came from. I I don't know but that's a good theory. I'M GONNA have to do some research on this later. 'cause yeah sure there's many cultures that have this belief. Ni- just was never aware of it abiding. It's it's really fascinating on Adriana. This is dirty tricks you. Do you have a timing life. Were you remember experiencing in your first paranormal experience funny you say. I didn't know that that you know they didn't exist down yeah. It's natural <hes> I do. Remember that when my mother's grand my mother's great aunt passed away I was very little if I must have been six years old and <hes> we had gone and because I was little they didn't let me in. They didn't let me in. I was sitting there and everything and my aunt my great aunt came came and sat next to me and I was like you know. I don't know why we're doing over here. You know this is my first time but I didn't know that she was the one that we were there to see but I saw her there but I didn't go inside and know that she was not there anymore. And so at and I didn't realize it until until like I was an adult almost because I didn't say anything to my mom or my grandmother or anything because you know it's family. You know you sitting down there. They are you know hey how you doing. In how are you able to distinguish between using a spirit and then a real person. Is there a difference between you know how they look. Are they more like transparent or you museum in the movies or no out to me when I was little that's how I I just saw him and didn't know that they were as you're looking at me or we was just there but as I got older like I guess the your powers on our or not power but the gifts is not there anymore because you're so involved with materialistic stuff and all that say you kind of lose all that so nowadays it I do see him the corner of my eyes and stuff but they communicate who knocks me and stuff like that or <hes> in my dreams. I'll I'll tell her my daughter you know. Hey you know watch out. I drive this. This is going on and stuff like that but as I was growing up it was different events and different things. It really isn't one way of pinpointing. You know. This is going to happen missed or not miss or I can feel the president's. You know like I was explaining if you walk around and also oh so you feel this and you're feeling in the back of your neck. You know something's there and I'm like okay. I don't have time for you right now. I'm busy and that's how I dealt with it but I love that you're yet was like I wanted to say hi to you win so she was just like you know awesome here what you what you do on your L. Typing and all that stuff and my brother was with me. I don't know if he saw him or not but he was there. We were sitting out here doing in their her conversation with her. She was just there and Tana. When did you first start learning about your your family's history with you know seeing <hes> well just like my mother was raised knowing and being like protected and all that thing all those things by Migrate Grandmother <hes> I was raised the same way by my grandmother and my mom and and so to me it was all all those things were pretty normal and natural. I mean ever since I was little. My mother and I would watch scary movies together so it was it was pretty much a norm where you know my father's side of the family. The kids were not really allowed to cease movies because they would get you know they'd have nightmares nightmares and my mom was like I'm watching a scary movie with me. You know I would explain to her there. It's it's not real. I met and the way it is for us. It's nothing like that so I would laugh. I'd be the one in the movie theaters in all the way back and watching them screaming. So when was your first paranormal experience I it was when I was younger. I honestly can't really pinpoint the exact age I want to say. I was like maybe eleven or something like that. We had just moved into a house in in Wisconsin because we still have here in Chicago and we moved into a house in Wisconsin and <hes> and just like out of the blue one day. Mom asked me to go get her glasses from the bathroom and the way that her room was set up was that you have to go through her room to get to the bathroom and when you go through the room on your left hand side was her bad on the right hand side was her dresser and there is a mirror on the dresser sir and so back then my uncle he used to be a ghost hunter but the reason why bring that up is because he had advised me that if I ever wanted to see a ghost that to keep in mind that you see them in your parole parole vision and to try not to blink and just kind of turn and that you'll see them and and so when I was walking through my mom's bedroom to go get her glasses and she was downstairs and walk through and I noticed that there was something out of place on the it was on the bed and I could see the reflection of it in the mirror at the same time so I saw them on both sides and I kept walking through because I I was like okay. That was not normal. I I get to the bathroom and I pick up my mom's glasses. I was like there shouldn't have been anything other and so I remember what my uncle had told me and I decided to going back out to go. Give my mom her glasses. I stopped right where it was in between the bed and a dresser and I decided not to blame because I could still see it in my personal vision and I turned to look at my mom's bed and I saw a little girl sitting on my mom's is bad and she was all in white. She had dark hair. It was <hes> it was like an old kind of like an old fashioned style like haircut coppee yet and well she had bangs and her hair was like shoulder length and she was wearing all white and she had like. I can't remember if I think they were either white. I wonder white shoes with little black socks or black shoes little white sox one of those two and <hes> but when I looked at her she was like a almost like she was holding onto a bear or stuffed animal or something and there was a stuffed animal that my mom would always having her bed and and but her is when I looked at through her is it was like very hollow like there was nothing there there was no spirit you know like when you look at somebody they're alive alive but you you know when you when you like when you see somebody that's passing away or something and you know it's like they fade away you know and there was nothing there like her is almost transparent this parent like and it was really creepy and then all of a sudden. I hear my mom go but we gotta go within improve. You know I just turned around to run out now and I didn't. I didn't bother to look back or anything. I just remembered like kind of being in shock at like like what is this girl doing here like I was like okay I went down and then ever since then I kept seeing her in the the house and it was for years for years I kept seeing her and it would be like I would be changing or my dresser in my bedroom would be facing the door which was like in a corner and I'd be getting ready and I would see her in the reflection of the mirror behind me and she just be standing there watching me you no or <hes> I just be walking down the hall and she'd be by my mom's door. It was always between like my remember mom's room and the thing is that my everyone was right next to my mom's room one day like not when I was like fourteen my parents had thrown me like a birthday party hardy and got me this huge balloon and I mean like one of those big like <hes> inflatable like balloons like the big ones you know and and <hes> it I would always have it away from my bed and my bed because I was young I had like a canopy the round ones and over the bed and I would sleep in it so in order for you to get in it. You have to Kinda like duck down and move that canape then it right so I went to sleep at I one night and I had a crazy dream that I woke up because I heard the tea kettle going in the kitchen downstairs and I wake up in my dream and I go downstairs to turn it off and it was daylight in my dream and I go downstairs. Turn it off and all of a sudden I turn around to go back upstairs and this woman was there and and she she was like maybe entertains or something and chilly demisch like what are you doing here but it was the same little girl just grown up yeah and she's like what are you are doing here. And what do you mean I just you. You're not supposed to be here. You have to go. You can't be here. You GotTa go you gotTa go and I'm like what I didn't know where to go liberty media. We're going to go you know and so I just I just ran upstairs to my room and I close the door and I like went under my covers in my dream and I still have the canopy and everything everything's who seem very real and I'm under there and I had the covers under me and I was set in like in my dream. The balloon was still in there. I'm looking in the corner where the doors and the balloon is there and I see it floating getting closer and closer to me and and the canopy was slightly open and it went down down in under the canopy and it was floating above me and I'm just looking at it just watching it. Do its thing what is it doing as it gets. Closer closer starts getting closer and it comes down it comes right to my face and it's right at my face and trance transforms into the girls fares face the little girl's face and she goes boop and she woke me up from my dream. It was so scary like it scared me so much in my dream that it woke me up and all of a sudden ally here is laughing and my balloon floating inside my canopy. Oh my gosh was not there before no no no because it was out by the door and it was like it happened in real life like weird like thing. Do you think that was the summer net live in the house. Prior News person was while I can come into that one. We had that house built. Oh so it was completely lately nothing and <hes> well. She told me about her drink and so what happened was that I know exactly who she was <hes> and to nineteen ninety there's just ninety two nine thousand nine hundred. I had a pregnancy and that pregnancy had to be terminated because they told me that the fetus had died inside of me and so it was really really a hard for me to accept that you know that does because it was my second child. It's seven years between the two so <hes> I. I always had this well before everytime pregnant. I know what I want. I'm going to have because it comes in my dream. I found her in a garbage can in in in an alley and I knew it was a girl this beautiful little girl cat all right so with this one thought also and it was one that walked to me inhale dom to me and it was on my leg like hanging onto me it was a little girl with black hair and lower the banks and stuff misuse hanging around so I was going to be a girl when that happened. I went through a lot of depression because I had that and everything but I had done in August. I had to do the DNC MD <hes> when it was my birthday I got pregnant again and the doctor told me not to have you know not to get pregnant because I had gone through so much trauma but it happened so that baby was born was supposed to be born. April fourteenth still remember this April fourteenth so in in my by myself I bought a little stuffed animal and that was her to me all these years and personally yeah. I was celebrate her birthday and that was the best the one I go ahead. I still have it but I haven't put away but it's a little bunny and she's really cute and everything and so I had it on my bed and I knew that it happened and I knew someone was going to happen because the whole family was so excited to have our first home home and it was exactly how I wanted it and I wanted to my kids and my youngest daughter was three years old so that baby would have been five years old okay so that maybe would have been five years old and so I was so happy but I was so upset and depressed that I couldn't give this baby this this beautiful a brand new house revenue everything and all this so. I was kind of happy sad at the same time. I always kept it with me well. After we moved in it was a two storey we home so I was doing laundry at night and in the basement first floor second floor so the basement I was was doing laundry and I was in the first floor folding clothes in a here this laughter he like so. I thought it was my youngest one. You know oh coming down because she was so excited doing the stairs. She never done the stairs up and down. Turn the lights upstairs during the lifetimes so I thought it was hers so I went up the stairs arison. She was sleeping and wearing my my room and I asked my husband. Hey did you hear anything he's like. No when I went down as I was going down a here coming from the garage from the basement I went to the basement. I could hear it clearly. He what the heck is that so I went downstairs in. Did it again in it was I saw it and we have boxes because we're just moving in and I saw this little dawn. Oh if you guys remember it was a doll inside a walker in there with a remote control. They would walk well. That was it going for their hitting hitting the wall. Coming back hit the wall in the bedroom what somebody left though the battery on what the Heck So. I opened up and I found founded went through boxes to find the control in took out that in his stilted wow so I had to take the thing apart so I took the out of the Walker Walker and all this stuff but inside. I know what who was. She wanted to enjoy this too. She wanted to enjoy this too and then I started seeing in her two. I started seeing my bed and everything and I didn't know the he's chicken. We would have had a move. Apparently she loved the dog. She loved the doll. I don't know why well maybe because she could control it. Remote control hold it so when she told me about it. I said well I think maybe four and a half to let her go because she didn't tell me about it and I didn't anything happened for years. It came and gone it came on she would be here and also nice year in the kitchen on the side and I would just talk to him my mind. I would talk to her and say there. You know I'm so glad you're here to to be with US another. I would say that so I was walking welcoming her so but then she she was doing that and what I taught. My kids was that if you ever feel frayed in someone you feel someone say boot you you scare them. I yeah so when she did that in her dream. I knew it was her. I knew it was her so the little girl using was the one who was afraid yet. Ship is probably afraid that I would always feel that going up the stairs because I would always feel entity behind going up the stairs so I would always turn around and go boo but you know what I never put the two together. I always always taught my kids always because I know that that there's so many things we don't know where we're going. And what am I and that's I say that to you guys to scare them. I and they'll leave you alone. I've never heard that tastic so anyways and I told my daughter. I say you know what we're going to have to. I told her I did your sister. I told her it's just sister and she's here and we need to let it go. I need to let it go because I've had her since before she was born and so I love babies ladies and you know and anyway so I had to let it go and I had to tell her to leave. I said you know you want to be here but you have an opportunity to come back. Maybe another in the other life and all this stuff and I'll be here with you and I'll be always we always be your mother and all this stuff so I had to let it go but I still have my my daughter stood at the house. I haven't other burnden now and it sounds like there wasn't anything with make no no no no. She was just a little girl. She was growing knowing with my old with my youngest daughter. She was growing with her and I don't know if my little ones seen her. I don't know because she's also you know. It's normal family. It sounds like not on your husband's. Oh no they're scared of and everything your dad never experience. Any of this stuff never saw things or he has but he doesn't like talk about he's more of like we don't talk readings just talking about it. Pretends I'll never be able to sleep again. Yes thank you before. We started recording. We were talking a little bit about shadow figures and you told me something that I do not know. Do you want to explain what exactly a shadow figure is well from what I was told and I could please if I'm if I'm mistaken. Please correct me but I was told that. Shadow figures are different than spirits parts. They're from different Rome. They're different entity. I seriously believe that spirits are a form of like US passing right and we want to communicate and we want to be able to <hes> to be there to like you know not necessarily cause any harm arm but I feel that shadow people are. They're kind of like deviant or I guess you could say in a way. Is that the right word. I want to say oh Tom. I honestly don't I've never really done the research I just in one of art pass autism. I talked about when I was little. I saw shadow figure in my room. I never really knew what it was so I this is another thing I'm GonNa have to research the size of the Donald thing but so were they ever look people or the more just kind of like a bunch of like negative energy that is I think it's more like negative energy together. What happens is and this is my belief and everything from what I've seen allow those entities of of become demons because they wanNA control anyone to be in this in this world the physical world trying to see the week people and trying to get into a more children and stuff like that and that's why by a soul is trying to S- to keep with the living their loved ones. They've won attached to the loved ones. It's not gonNA hurt him or not but they're there because they don't know where to go and they're used to it and they know they're dead. You know that kind of stuff if you don't teach some people when they're going to die how you GonNa you have to let go once you once you stop being in this world but those are shallow people <hes> they're just trying to see because they're envy us being here <hes> yeah so yeah wish they were assault exactly okay and inside us like and I absolutely agree with that because I had an experience with a shadow person actually numerous times but <hes> the one in particular that really sow is my friend Karla. She's a medium she helps communicate with the spirits and help help them cross over and she yeah and she had asked me if I wanted to move in with her and she lived in this House with like a bunch of people like seven of us and and I said yeah that'd be great. I want him by my house and I was like. Yes <hes> so I moved in and within like the first week or two I came home and it was late and were her room was there. There's a big like street light that would shine through the window like in front of her room right. There's like a like a space in front of her door that the window would be all the time because of the of the light outside and I came home and I saw this person standing outside of her door and it and I was like I couldn't see who it is because of the Sun. The Sun is shining behind you. You become like a silhouette so it look like a silhouette of somebody and I went like kind of walking towards them and I was like hey you know you waiting for Karla. Are you looking for her. You know whatever and and all of a sudden like this person was like facing the door and this person turned around and faced me and just started chasing me started just running towards me and that was like it was freaking out and I just started running towards my my room and I go into my room and and I always like my like I said my grandmother. My mother has always told me to protect my room. You know do like sage all sorts of different things so that nothing comes into my room so I brought into my room and I close the door and all of a sudden was banging on the doors. I boom boom just banging trying in to get in to my room and I was screaming. I face when they turned around it. was you know it was so dark at the person had a hat on and it was so it was like an old like old figure like antique what my shadow figure here was a wide brim hat and also had like a long code. I'm so glad I only saw this once. When I was a kid and I'm so glad that I I was I wanted to scream for my parents. I was so scared that like if I screamed it would come at me so I just am I probably live and it's funny because my friends from California friends from California and I told him about the story and apparently they're very well known in California say if you look online there's also blogs about West with the guy with the hat like it's Ed. There's also also there's also <hes> shadow people there are dressed in cloaks so I've seen those too and and my friends in California. They told me that those are demons because when I would see those they would have like red eyes or something like a different color is like beaming meaning you know and and I'm not just saying this from myself. I was with my friend Tina and Alicia and we were walking in the forest one time in in Wisconsin and the three of us saw the exact same figure and it was a shadow person in a cloak like with their hands like like on top of each other. You know like a cloak thing like a cult you know and and we're like what the hell is that who is that and we'd get closer and then all of a sudden like these beaming red lights are on is like is and we are rotting and the more we ran we would see like more like on the side of a peripheral vision and we were just like excrete like a trap. That's how the cult's get people at kids expert by any stretch. I undress always been interested in the subject in lake read about it again. Since I was a kid. My Mom showed me first scary movie actually while you were talking about the shadow figure in your house and the being being on the do I don't know if you saw your mom held up her hand and said that they knock three times which I heard supposed to be like mocking the trinity as I yeah I don't know about that but if you open the door you let them in if they'd knock three times and I have great story about that but we share well in. I Live Antonio now and we have a new house. It was brand new so we we built it and everything and <hes> my husband and I we were there about three day three or four days and we're a really good notes on. I hear knocking on the door one-two-three like so I look through the it's a it's. It's a glass door so you could see and I'm like there's nothing there and I told my husband don't open the door. Do not open the door you know because a lot of people when they're envy of you and we just got this they accidentally without knowing. Sin Sen that five to you send it becomes something and you have to be very careful and I keep telling her and my my daughter if people are envy and day they have something that's that's not right about them. It's something that falls them. They send it out so I heard three hundred so we went in my room in our room with the door closed and guess what they came knocking in my in my home my husband to this day won't open the door unless I open it. He's that scared. It makes you and I said I said look. You're not welcome here. I didn't invite you need to leave now. That's that's it and you sound very structure you. I've heard that you have to be has asked to be very. I'm not scared because they're dead or they're not here but they they feed off of your fear. They feed off of your fear in my little dogs were barking brain bringing outside the door. They were working so whatever it was I 'cause. I didn't have the in this my fault old. I was so busy doing other hands stage yet. You have to do that once it's empty and after it's not because whatever you bring stuff you always have to clean you always have to do. You don't do it to be mean but it's it just happens stuff like that happens. They send that for my husband. This tape take open. I love you do it. He's like I'm never heard of this and this is really really bizarre. It's I have another husband not her dad different ones so it's it that that one really scared him and I was like yeah three times yearly. Bom Bom Bom and very a distinct and really quick you both are very very brave ladies because like I walked into a house and saw someone seeing in at the top of the stairs in a shadow and they they weren't supposed to be there. I would not have walked towards them. We'll see and that's the thing like well our house <hes> where I used to live with my roommate make Carla. It was a community home so we always had people coming in and out in now and it was just like open to anybody so I didn't think anything of it and but the thing is is that after I called her she came by and she say are you okay what's wrong and I told her. I said there was something there and she was like. I'm sorry that was my fault fault. I should have told you that I I basically like she's. She's an open like open for business. Basically you know like yet to just you know and she's like she's like when I'm done helping people I tell them that they have to wait outside my my room. Oh my God. This person was no. I don't think so but but I mean it was a shadow person so I don't know I don't know she works. People are not. I have no idea I've never asked her. I don't want to know and the thing is this to that. You you have to understand it when when it comes to a medium in a medium it invites people were souls. They actually sold the invite souls. The sold get scared. If they see someone they can actually that person sees them because they're like so they're gonna go and see. Can you help me yeah so <music>. You're looking for help from her and she's like and that's another thing too. Is that like I was always told by. My Mom and my grandma like won't mainly my mom. Is that the moment you acknowledge them and they know that you acknowledge them. That's it you become this open radar. You know because one one spirit sees you and they know that you see them. Then the other spirits are like why are you. Why are you following that person. That person can see you. Oh then all these other spirits are around you and everything so for me. If I see something I ignore it because I I don't want to be that vessel. I don't want to have to have all these spirits around because it makes me unease also customer service for two no no no yes. I can see you but I don't want to deal with and actually it was funny. We were just talking about it this morning with my grandmother because my grandmother was saying that she doesn't like to work in in silence. I she doesn't like the House to sign so she had the TV on or the radio on. We're all like that. I'm like that even being here like like any place that if it's too quiet it freaks me out and and my my conclusion is were so sensitive to <hes> <hes> we had that ability to here to see you know the spirits that if we if it's too quiet our natural senses is to hear okay. Where's that sound coming from right so if we have a TV on the radio on we know it's that if all of a sudden we hear somebody talking. It's quiet your your radar opens up and you're like Oh what does that and then they're like. Oh you heard me exactly you heard me or you. uh-huh you saw me. You know like if you stop like I did. When I saw my first ghost you know the little girl on the bed and I stopped and I saw her. She's now I would see her almost all the time. 'cause yeah yea so so that's why. I I cannot work in islands. I cannot be anywhere. The only time I really do. It is when I'm meditating meaning but when I'm meditating you're different zone. You're in a different realm. You're focusing on yourself. You're not trying to pay attention to anything else around you right so that that's what's the difference between being in silence and meditation and being in science on a regular daily basis. I agree. I forgot to tell you guys I used to live in northbrook and that's where I grew up and we went to live in this house. The House the parents I bought us and the owner of the House had built it. T- built it well when we moved there <hes> like six months later he passed away in the room that I had was his <hes>. What do you call it a done where he had all his stuff stuff on there and everything and I had this lamp in the lab was an antique. You had to turn it yeah so I go. He goes like three o'clock in the morning that lab return on her hurricane lamp. You have to turn up the lab with a KNOB and a six o'clock in the morning. They wake me up every single day every single day now by what the heck and they were wake me up in the morning every day every Saturday Sunday I'm like Oh. It's okay for the school day on weekends and come to find out from our farms door neighbor that he had passed away. Hey and he came back came back to the first place that he was at and he was mischief in our house. Yeah the door cabinets would open up in the the the cancer roll off the refrigerator door. I don't know how they did that. One refrigerator door were open up. We'd come out and more in the morning for jury door was wide open quite what the heck so we my mom and another friend they had a really do an intensive cleaning and we were just you need to go. Thank you so much for allowing us to stay in in this house and everything like that but for years he kept waking me up at that time six o'clock in the morning me and high school. Did he die in the house. No he died in Florida. I I wonder if he maybe he died at like six o'clock or something like that. No I think he just wanted me up and gone for school. It was just like a school thing it was it was just like I knew I had to go oh and then because he a teacher or something with no he was he was an architect but he was a real strict guy. Real strict. Miami built the built when I was living in the house. No he welcomed. He was welcoming because she didn't scare heroes. He was just still living there. I get up and go to school and then if I was late let me tell you so I they had to on. The corner of my house was the bus would come in and I have naturally curly here is you guys can see high school. Straight was in you know Air Faucet log the thing I and I was an hour an hour just doing it and then when it was time that the bus was gonNA come. My Blow Dryer was stop working. It would always stop working blessed you know and there was always the same time. I mean he was there. He was just on my butt all all the time every day or my and I knew it was him. I knew it was him kinda sweet no way like he didn't. He didn't hurt me or nothing and I knew he was is. I knew it was him I could I could sense it. I just knew it might come on me sleeping. I go like this and the light would turn on. Oh my gosh have kids. Maybe he had a girl say gone been like he had no. He never had kids so he kind of thought of you. You know nobody he had a daughter so maybe she was always on the mirror in your heart on his daughter and so he we knew this because of <hes> Marian Tom they became their grandma grandpa too because there are always there was so sweet the neighbors and they they they were there also that same man built their house so they knew everything about him and they knew he was over there at the door making sure she got on the bus every morning before he went off to work and I'm like well yeah. You still doing that with me so that was a good a good. I pretty pretty much have had always good things I think because I don't let the bad ones come in. I I tell them leave. Leave you need to go. You're not allowed here. You're you're you need. That's how I tell everybody to be that way. You know because it's just like a little kid. They don't know what's right was wrong or anything thing and don't touch that they touch. They're going to burn themselves. Don't touch it the task of it. You have a story about a week the VEGGIE board okay so I had two incidents veggie boards the first one our first communion of other night got <hes> our diverse community and I. I don't know who the heck gave us a first communion. Even my mom was like you know who does that. You know especially Catholics so anyways my brother and I didn't know we were little parker brothers. Yeah it was like he was there at toys. R is house you know I'm the Isle of all the the game stuff so we were starting to play around and stuff with it and all that and then it would just kinda. Do this US you know. What are we putting just move it would move on. We'll like my brother's. You're doing that and you know so. My mom walked in and she's not the burn it. We got a brand new thing. We're not signing. She tried to burn in the thing would not burn. I've read. That's the worst thing to do with G. Boards is home mm-hmm because it releases whatever is not supposed to throw away. I don't know what you're supposed to. I don't know what just your domain so. We're now is in high school. I don't know what happened to it to tell you the truth. Maybe mom just throw it away in the garbage. Someone else got that look but <hes> my the second one was in high school. I went to north one of our friends. <hes> his name was Charlie. Brown and Charlie Brown got into big accident he climbed one of the transformers and the thing blew up and they blew up it Charlie Brown down and then John on my friend when running to get help and the there was a train and he didn't even notice he and the train just grabbed him. Oh my gosh I took them all well. I was devastated devastated. I was a freshman sophomore year. Those I'm like that so anyways I was devastated. I went through a lot of hardship. Hardship is like I knew that he was dead and I knew that and I'm like where's he going to go and how we had so many dreams and hopes like the first person I actually knew you and that is no longer with me and my age so I went and they didn't even have an open casket or anything because they couldn't find all of them and so the brother was there and I could see the brother and the brother was like he was in the military. He came in and he was devastated. Today's layer. He blew his head so this was all like right. There and I was like what the heck you know so much in this lady came to visit my mom and she came from Columbia and she had a registered as she told me in my mom had told her about it as she without my mom knowing that the war Gore with me and I was like so eager to find out where that I wish I wouldn't have done it to tell you the truth because it even made my son says more <hes> and we did it a he told me my name is other Yana okay he audie and on there came audie and that so I was like freaking out and then I asked him will. Where are you and you said? It was really cold. It was really dark and and I said what and he told me you have to pay the thirteen commandments. I'm sorry what exactly did you look it up. Thirteen thirteen thirteen commandments see he's not afraid to the ten commandments from the Bible. It's thirteen commandments. He told me that I had a look at woah thirteen dolls. I won't forget that dolls and shadow figures so. He told me that he he was stuck. He was stuck purgatory. He was stock. She didn't see the light. He didn't know anything he was stuck. He was stuck. There and I'm like so now. What do you do and then <hes> and that's when I started like I'm not going to find out this stuff. Because what do I do. How do I let him go. How do how do I help Albert the White House and he followed me for a while. He followed me for a while until I told him look. You need to go you need to and I was like thirteen fourteen years Salaam I supposed to do I was in high school like freshmen. I was working thirteen years old and <hes> but he followed me and he followed me to the school because hi book. What were we used to dry. My Book would flare my hand and go down on the floor so he was there and like you need to go. You need to go. Oh you need to go and I think he did go because then I stopped feeling him around me but because of the WEDGIE board I found out that if you don't no you're dead your dog like he went. He went to save them because that was he was so focused on my friend. My friend now he went to save on didn't know he was my age. I mean anyone that age are they prepared prepared. I know because I've died and on that note all right so I think this is a good place to end the conversation. Join US next week when we hear how how Tatyana and Adriana both died and a lot of other <hes> stories so this is definitely going to be a multi part interview and as always thanks were getting greedy US goodbye <music>.

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111819 Part 1

Ace and TJ

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111819 Part 1

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So tell us about the Guy Kinder- okay do you think this is the one ours just a fun thing or what not sure yet I kinda get. I mean we have a lot in common and I mean I'm just happy. He's taller than six foot. Okay interesting so that now. That's that's kind of a plus for me. So are you always single divorced. How you might ask how old you are party? Thirty Okay and so I always single the divorce getting back in the game single. I've been single for a long time now. I've been focused on work and in my education and what I WANNA do next and now is around now is what you want to do next this guy. Yeah that's what it sounds like. He what does he look like other than being tall. I mean the only requirement you got. No that's not the only requirement but I'm six foot one so it kind of a requirement to be in a six foot tall. He's he's older than what I normally date But he's he's very attractive but how. How much older seven years? That's not grossing up. No I'm I'm asking me doesn't look at all good things. How long have you been talking In making these plans about any job we are we matt. Ah last weekend and have been talking on the APP up until Monday Monday. We exchanged phone numbers and so we decided added Wednesday that we wanted to link up Friday and this will be the first time you've seen each other in person yes Nervous Hate Lucy. Have there been any photos exchange or are they not why that okay. I just just curious. I didn't know where I'm trying to. I'm trying to form a basis for everybody of exactly what we're dealing with here so tonight for the first time you've ever tonight's the first night you've met in person but you've actually only connected for less than a week now right okay. Interesting is southern gentleman. Kind of Type well he originally from Michigan. He moved Florida and is now in South Carolina Michigan. He was he exactly raised in Florida. Though he lasts he left Michigan. I believe when he said he was like seven or eight time-saving aren't yeah going to a fancy kind of place or casual. Probably I probably more casual. I'm a I'm a casual. Kinda Kinda Guy Yeah now. What are the possibilities? Everything goes well. y'All are really digging each other and it's is going even better than you imagined going What percentage of chances at the end up spending the night together sharing yourselves with one another I mean? I don't want to answer that but I don't really know I'm GonNa say that one hundred naked funny this is the Ason Tj show. Things are a little little foggy this morning. And I don't mean out of doors as a weather thing I mean in my head. I don't I don't know why it's Monday. Yeah it takes twenty minutes to get into the swing of things but I've been up for four hours okay. We'll get it together. I mean I know maybe not just need to clean leaned my glasses old man reading less. Maybe that's the foggy nece literal foggy vision coming out of my old man reading lists that are falling apart for two weeks in like A. Dj Can't have anything Nice. 'cause braise aren't nice. These these are not nice. I ordered some Nice ones the other day and They'll be here from that day. They would be here seven to ten days okay. So so. That hasn't even been a week yet so does Likud. Oh got thanks. Little Red. Detailing on them MHM Fire Fire. Fire I think like fourteen dollars. Wow that's that's it but I thought you wear readers at the tip of your nose. You don't look through them. Well that's if if you want to look as old as possible. No the only your super. Oh no the point where you have to look old the point of now see but you don't have to use them because readers aren't uh-huh that I'd take him on and off all the time you like. I would rather take them on and off then to put them down on the end of the nose like We'll must champ. The coach love of the South Carolina. gamecocks I don't know how his are holding own. Sometimes you'll put his so far down on the end of his nose. It looks like That they can just slip away any time handling Hongliang because they will be pinching noses so far down there and he can swing his head around and keep it right there on the tip of his nose. Like I I'd be slinging them mouth coach of the of the Eagles has some way down on his nose reading glasses to does. Does he ever noticed. That never noticed yesterday in the game. But I didn't have that need for reading glasses until I had lasix. A traded far offer up not traded up. Close for far off ahead an astigmatism. And so as soon as I got that fixed I can see a a mile away at great distance but I can't see up close a blur in hate when people. Are you farsighted or nearsighted I don. I just can't see far away. I don't know which one is which I don't know. Does that mean you're nearsighted. Because you can see better close up. I have no idea I still don't I've always asked that. Keep them straight. It's the same talk about blood pressure and cholesterol in your blood pressure's Blah Blah Blah and always have to ask so. I figured out now I know where mine always usually is say. Oh okay that's good. It's usually in the excellent range so I'm good with that chauvel shocks. I have really good. Blood Pressure nearsighted farsighted. I come views. which by the way is a phrase that you never use? When you're young get great or bad blood pressure you never even mm consider my cholesterol? Yeah but Cholesterol is is a genetic thing a lot of times it does have to do with diet but it can also be genetic. ooh That's good medically fat right my my fault. It doesn't always mean fat. He doesn't no no. No no you can have high cholesterol fat just like you can have cellulite. NBC Skinny. It's genetic skin condition cursed I to be skinny and have cellulite. You can never get rid of it. It's terrible I think they can now the SAS they have procedures. Oh Okay yes yes. There was an advertisement for one on. TV that they'll go in and take out the bad fat sales or some kind of the the the fat cells. You can't get rid of from exercise exercise. Some they freeze them and break them up and stuff Yeah sounds painful. Yeah but you're in the right spot if you ever need it. Yeah Yeah you know. Radio personalities go have procedures done and no time flat. We've you go see Dr who over here. All you gotta do. Sales just announced I think about whatever I know. Somebody come up any think I got lacing Lisa exactly TJ. There's a lot going on over the weekend. The Colin Kaepernick Saga has an incredible audio. My Man Harry Styles tore the house down on Saturday. Night live Saturday. He was also awesome. Awesome so want to get to delicious audio covered next. 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But he also debuted his brand new song It is called called watermelon. Sugar Food Waterman. Should everybody the Harry style train the expressway ready to go. You don't bore people you know the I will admit that. That's a little better than the other stuff that he's done at least. It's Kinda catchy. It come on. It's not it's not too cool for the room kind of thing but yes that's okay you gotta get more minutes to get your tickets to get onboard. The Harry Styles Love Express Express. Love it the other big thing dominating yesterday or the weekend God I'm sick of hearing about it to to be honest with you. Colin Cameron was everywhere the former. NFL quarterback was supposed to work out. The Atlanta Falcons facility an hour before the workout he moved moved it to an Atlanta high school saying it was a whole big deal about because the NFL wasn't going to allow cameras and he wanNA total transparency wanted it filmed and back and fourth and Both sides are saying the other side is trying to be shady so a Colin Kaepernick showed up wearing a t shirt. That said Kunti Kim Tae on it which is the name. Some of a slave character from the movie roots. These slave character from the movie roots the Star of the show. He addressed the media pool after the work was asked. You know what the movie routes is. Now you do okay all right but that name kind of stout to me for a second I was like where have I heard that which a lot of people would say me being one of them. Hey Look Doc. If you're trying to get back in the league why do you show this is. You're you're you're a true attempt to get back in the league. Why do you show up wearing an inflammatory t shirt? You're showing up creating a problem. Several teams have already said the reason. We're not interested in him is because of of the chaos that goes with it. He's going to be a backup quarterback. Nobody wants a backup quarterback who brings chaos and divisiveness but anyway. Here's one of his statement yesterday part. I'll be ready for three years. I've been denied for three years. We all know why came out here. showed it today for everybody if we have nothing to hide so we're waiting for thirty two owners. The thirty two teams Roger Goodell of them to stop running shop. Running from the truth stopped running from people. I mean. Okay he does. Ah I've said this for a long time. Not just this but he does not want a job in the NFL because that takes away his His protester her status. He's making a fortune right now. Being a protester in a martyr and a victim as soon as somebody gives them a chance to to get out on the field and be a quarterback again and he can't cut it then he loses all credibility on all of the stuff that he's he's built this you know persona on. I mean the. He can't do anything that's going to jeopardize that martyr status that he has and that's why I. In my opinion he changed. It lasts me. He was sabotaging Tajuddin he he just he doesn't want the legitimate chance for some might ago. Okay that was fair and you just didn't cut it. After they made the change change. There were eight teams representatives workout. His agent said I saw this morning that four of the eight have reached out to him regarding guarding availability. And when he might be able to play if he's ready to go and remember in the very thing he walked away from a contract that was offered to him years ago and their how's he was blackballed and there was practically a deal in place for him to play for the Baltimore Ravens and after he met with them literally on his way out of town his girlfriend posted something nasty about Ray Lewis and the owner and the owner of the owner was like. Oh if y'all we're going to do to contract you've lost your mind you're going to ask S. T. about me. You better get it in check. Yeah he can't risk. We'll see. I'd be curious risk so four teams are interested. We certainly haven't heard the last the N.. T. J. All right ladies. We know that Y'all love free stuff you say well who doesn't love free stuff. Hey everybody does but ladies especially love free stuff free food free drinks. 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Am Eastern if you hear your name. You'll have fifteen minutes to call in to eight eight eight four one as TJ a download. The Papa John's eysenck. TJ APP Today here the show twenty four seven at instant stood access the as at TJ on demand at all our podcast and enter to win cash from the act to stay connected funny on the act. J. APP available available at I tunes and Google play for a cash like an hour got a chance to win. Five hundred dollars downloaded that APP to come on now Abdu Abdu work. Make that APP talk to me. A a real clue cler when you walk for me. Okay ladies so we know you'll do S- I won't say anything but you really do like Putting a lot of importance on something free such as A free snack a free little treat in the kitchen at work mark. Free drink whatever. Well there's a place called fusion club and it's only a a short drive from wherever you are to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. They've got this new special women drink free based on how much they weigh the Chubby. You are the Chubbier you are the more free drinks you get. Every pound a woman ways she gets around twelve point three cents worth of free drink credits so if a woman weighs one hundred ten pound. How'd you get roughly thirteen dollars? And fifty cents worth of free drinks. A woman who as two hundred gets about twenty four dollars and sixty cents worth so it just goes up to ah if she spent fifty dollars the twenty four sixty s deducted and so her bill is essentially half are the guys in Dubai more attracted to larger women. I don't know But the women have the option to step on a scale at the entrance of the bar just share their own weight they get you they can show it to the bartender discreetly or they don't have to publicly reveal it. Oh okay the owner of the club. Who says they're running the promotion through the end of the year because quote we one of the ladies to surprise their partners and friends Than that. It's good to gain weight so surprise. It's good to gain weight. Maybe that's what they're saying. Maybe the Dubai women are too skinny and they're trying to trying to you amino make them a little bit more with a thickness Come on come on now. Nobody else has to know. Somebody has to be accountable like a bartender. Hey here's my here's my thing. Just take that off the tab you know. I get thirteen dollars worth of free drinks because of my weight right right yeah so there. Nobody's embarrassed after worry about it. Nothing like that they don't want to. You don't have to reveal anything they don't want to. It's good but I wonder what it would take to get. Get Women in the United States of America to be okay with a A public way in you know what I mean. What are you going to get out of the deal? That's good enough for you to say all right I'll step on the scale and let everybody see what I way it's funny. What's the baseline it would take like new car bags? You know those those prayers. Oh Yeah if you're If if you think you know you're when you say Self conscious about your weight ladies and they were going to say give you the Designer bag that you've had your eye on and you can have it free but you just have to get on one of those big scales and let everybody that's gathered around there. See how much you weigh. Like a like a boxer way in or or something would you do it at a Neiman Marcus bean and then there's also a chance that could go viral. Whatever you just up public scale? I wonder what that would do it for like. What would you price beat the ladies? If you have something that you would do that only reason I would do that is if I were giving blank out of the deal. It's going to have to be big. Yeah but what if it's not. I mean what it is doing. We'll we'll see you then good for them without the as in Tj show would like to thank everyone who helped with ace and TJ's grandkids charity. 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And we don't know anything about it other than the fact that he said it would be good to talk about on the radios. Trust them and go with that so Israel bad one one. That's never dog. Walked for you before four. Yes she has but something happened after we met and I like even thinking about it makes me start sweating like that's how panicked I was. It is bad. It's bad okay. Well that'll be fun. Yeah looking forward to that. Thank you for for being here this morning. Brother Reagan's you got it. So we were talking about this. This bar and Dubai that gives women Discounts on their alcohol depending on how much they waive the more they way the more The more or of a discount you get so We just ask your specific Need what would you weigh end for publicly. Do a public way in if you were going to get something like a free purse or Free food or whatever it would be Windy said I would weigh in for everyone to see four hundred bucks since my husband's mistress called me a money piano. PNO player after. She was trying to get my house. Car In dog L. O. L.. Say My name on the radio all right so just for the hundred bucks. Yeah sounds like I'll show her this is my favorite one. I would do the way in for the free drinks. Everyone can see my size. So what's the difference. If they see a number you get an get on a scale I like donahue says I would weigh in for a fancy Italian dinner if it would help with the discount weight and way me after take place in downtown Las Vegas the heart attack grill place and they have a big scale that you get get on there and if you read you know so you get a certain number on the scale you eat for your something like that but you gotta be over three hundred something right MHM panel student. Debt is one. That's come up a couple of times ooh Let's see pink hot pink alligator or MS Birkin working bag. ooh Yeah that's a go on is is a is high in designer stuff for the ladies eighties expansive. It's higher in than Louis Vuitton Latonya for poor appeal for an all expenses paid trip to the highest land Austrailia or New Zealand high. Slant what was the other one the Australian Australia or New Zealand. Yeah the Australia New Zealand Cool Iceland. I've heard it's beautiful. Yeah people people love it I not not the people I would want to hang out with that a lot. Other people love you know three day cruise ships but not my kind of it's not. TJ's kind of people each. I'm joking of course had way into not go to Iceland and My visit you don't have to go to Iceland. You can kill my family to take the scale and hold it over their head and it just just pummel me with. If I didn't have coming up on now trending with Regan. Lot of stuff happening this weekend. The Colin Kaepernick workout account and all of the top trending topics less than ten minutes. And now trending the Asia. 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I'm GonNa make as so jealous here in a second but first high kids. What's Mickey Mouse's Burstein steamboat? Willie was the movie. That was the first Jeff steamboat Willie. And then Mickey mouse originally called Mortimer Mortimer. Yes your wife told him. E E e need something more fun she suggested Mickey Mouse else. Yeah Wall twice not mortimer's wife. Who des Steamboat? Willie right the mortimer mortimer. The old steamboat. Willie whatever. That's terrible. Happy Birthday Mickey Mouse. We're GONNA see Mickey in a couple of weeks uh-huh real excited about Ason grandkids trip twenty twenty that masses sweet man. He's the only mouse I like. It's the rest of my kill onsite. Yeah I love telling people though it's one of the things that we do go to Disneyworld. The first thing we do. The very first morning is before the park opens were in the magic kingdom and and making surprise as the kids at breakfast and everybody nice to meet Mickey Mouse. And the first time we ever did that. It's that realization of mid site the greatest rockstar ever just walked in the room because they go berserk their screaming screaming and shouting and losing their minds when they see a big mouse. Surprising like that. So you hear that the grand kids that have been selected for this year's. Here's trip that we've talked to on the radio and everything. It's going to be a huge surprise for you when you talk about the haste that it's going to be a great big surprise adverse I may have forgotten by the time course surprise. It's your job. Tell them it's not true. Ruining whatever dude. This would have been great right so fries so seriously of any of your parents. WanNa send The things that Santa's bringing your kids this this year to go ahead and do that care. He'll announce it before Christmas. We'll take care of joy. Stealing it was speaking about ace. Loves all like you like below deck. You like southern charm real housewives Vadim pump up rules your way into Blow dex okay. I find them. It'd be kind of annoying y'all sometimes but for the most part yeah like most of those and sas into all of them. I'm indoor real house. What did you see? They're having a real housewives of Salt Lake City. That's the newest franchise really can't wait so good. You WanNa do much for me. How many housewives in one situate in one house? That's what I'm talking about a d a Baker's does a but who threw this party in Beverly Hills with with all the biggest reality TV stars from vendor from Southern Charm real housewives and below deck. And if you find one out what really happened at the party you can check it out on Hulu you you can sign up with a free thirty day. Trial Dot Com. See all the behind the scenes stuff because Bravo con was happening this past weekend and that dominated the Internet Sas came in talking about it reading all the tweets and stuff. The things that happened at Bravo that's happening in New York and happened Friday Saturday Sunday. All the tons of pictures all over twitter the people on the streets saw all of the Bravo Star. Yeah it's crazy it's crazy and in case you missed it Colin Kaepernick did have his weekend workout in Atlanta Lanna. He was supposed to be working out at the Atlanta Falcons complex but about an hour and a half before it was scheduled to take place. He and his team decided to move it to a I think a nearby high high school and a lot of the teams were scheduled to be. There did not show up at the new location then the NFL sent out this very lengthy statement about things that they didn't agree on and the fact that they had just found out a couple of hours before his scheduled to start clearly both sides not happy with the other one but the footage has been sent out now according to Collins agent to all of the teams so now it's on up to them whether or not they have any interest in in which case he would then go to the teams workout which is traditionally what happened. I would probably say he's In my opinion a self saboteur a good term for him. Yeah the clown. And they another one and Eric read the place for the Carolina. Panthers is a clown to I think every team that every team sent a rep but in the confusion as to where it was I guess. A lot of the teams still most of the teams still showed up at the Falcons. Training Camp Falcons training site only to find. It's not here her and then like only eight people somehow got it and got over there. There are eight teams in attendance. I said four of them have reached out to somebody they gotTA hold a Jay Z. And he said it's a shame that a legitimate workout with the NFL. Turned into a publicity stunt which I thought was pretty shocking to hear Jay Z.. Say that he's certain supporter of Collins for a long time so all those things are now trending. Okay riggins wins Had An awkward meeting with someone who's going to be considered new in his life a fixture of his life. What was their first meeting like? It was awkward enough for him him to want to come in and tell an interesting story about it. We'll get it next. There's more of the TJ show coming up. That can't wait it presents a moment. With Reagan's I can't do bar class like I can barely do plank. I can't even sit up now. A sit up. I can't sit up all morning. RIGGINS What has happened when you met your new dog Walker? All we know is that you met your new dog Walker and you said it did not go well. What happened went so poorly that my stomach hurts the thought of telling this story? Everybody followed the saga. I had my dog Walker for a long time. Got A new one About a month ago she's been great she's always always on time and she does really go with my dog so I had met her a couple of months ago. One time very briefly she asked me she recognize the my dog so she goes Oh walked him before and for the purposes of this story. Let's call her Katie. That's not her real name. But I'm you'll understand what happened to use a fake name for the dog Walker. It's that bad. Yes so use a service. That's how she walked dog and you're not physically met her exactly okay so but now she has been walking him every day for two months and on Saturday on Friday night. I am walking the dog in the evening and I walk past the vet. That's near me. He he stops at the door because the vet techs and the veterinarian will come out and give them a treat so he knows like stop at the doors of the vet because he loves it so he sits down and a girl world not the vet tech comes running out with the treating her hand to give them one and she goes hi. I'm Katie. I'm your dog Walker and I went. Oh It's good to see. I didn't recognize her. She's real cute like knockout. And we're talking about the dog and she's petting him and he's loving her and all that stuff my great she she says Also write my number down so you can text me in case you ever need somebody in the blink of an eye or if you need to house sit or whatever so my okay so type in Katie put a number in and she goes in just text me later so I'll have your number because through the gap. It works differently so my great. This is perfect. I get upstairs. Go to type out a text message I type in Katie Eighty at the center type in the message. Hey Katie good to meet you again. Ha Ha I appreciate. You always take good care of my dog dog I'll see you soon. Ten minutes goes by fifteen minutes goes by being I get the text message back and it says hey. Hey mother blinker good to hear from you again. Lose my number UH two years ago on the row in different. Katie I hooked up with a girl named Katie on from tender. It was a week long intense relationship that ended very poorly with me. Ah Her calling me and cussing me out like so bad a fly woodland on me right. Cuss me out to the to the Hilt I. I'm shaking telling you the story now so what I read this message and at first I'm confused and I threw my phone across. I'll like throw it out like that. Like you were hot like he was I. I'm like like my hands are shaking right now thinking about it. 'cause I'm like really freaking out. I ended it so not oh cool and she was a little crazy. Which Kinda? That's why so intense for like a week We were seeing each other every day. Like you know going out and stuff and and doing all that kind of stuff but for some reason my phone did not distinguish the two different. Katie's that I had and and I would never even knew never even knew so. I did not respond. Of course I didn't respond but it was just the most horrible thing that's ever happened to me with somebody that I don't see any more okay. So Katie today. The let's say X.. Just for the purposes of the story here yeah Chances are listening in our knowing that you're talking about this is on the radio right now. What would you say twenty percent Okinawa? So didn't want to respond. Didn't want to get into that. Whatever now now did you then text the Real Katie? The new Katie. Arao were you so distraught. You didn't even go back and text the dog Walker Walker. Katie didn't even respond to the Rio. Katie when you got to do that I will. I will. But that was like she was like just hit me up so I can have your number so if if you ever need anything but I I'm telling you like it took me a good ten seconds to think. Like what is she talking about. And she's calling me a blank blank lose my number and I just seen Katie ten minutes ago and at the moment hit me I want. That's the girl did. Did you delete her number. So you don't make that mistake again. Yeah we'll good. Hey good to hear from you again lose my my number blank blank blank blank. And she's not wrong. I can create like she wild wild would did you do. She started getting a little too much for you and then you go stir at all like I couldn't have we had hung out for a week like every day lunch and dinner during the week. You know how crazy that is for me but it was intense. She was doing saying crazy things that I never heard from any other girl for doing when things that you were doing so I was like Gaga for and then one day I couldn't make dinner for with her and she lit me up on the way out of work. I was driving down the interstate and she lit me up so I was like. I'm not messing with that anymore. which I don't know I could handle handled a lot better? But she was crazy right and I was like you know nots for so anyway. That's my story will. That's all thank you. Yeah it was people's guys right now we're going to start dns going. Hey man get that number back. I'll take track raising of Jesus Making TJ all right so in a lot of people have been in this situation where you had to put it into a relationship because the other person just put too much emphasis too much importance on one thing. Thank you we're GonNa find out what that was coming up next every weekday morning at seven eight and nine eastern. Regan's hosts out friend get the latest this from what's going on around the world live on the Act J. Show on the act. Jay have available at I tunes and Google play as at TJ coming up this is the act's you show. We had a story the other day about this clown in Indianapolis or as my wife's family from Indiana pronounce it Indianapolis Indianapolis this clown was in the news because he had been arrested For threatening to or actually trying to blow up a script club because the script club had asked him to leave he had gotten According to the story he had gotten out of control inside. Said Um uh-huh script club and they kicked him out so you don't do that to a strip club obsessed patriot. That's what their lives. Are you know a lot of lot. OUGHTA guys their life is in that script glow. That's what that's their friends. That's their their Existence outside of the things in life that they have to do to survive and always said That if you are lady and you have a boyfriend and he is So so into going to script Cla bit causes he any kind of riff in your relationship. Then he's not somebody not that you should plan on spending a lot of time with forever you know he somebody that you if you want a future with somebody and they put that much importance in in their lives on a script club. Then that's not the person for you most of the time if this guy had a girlfriend and she said it is that important to you to be inside that cloud they kicked you out for being disorderly. The YOU'RE GONNA go back and threatened to blow the place ace up in Indianapolis you need to get your priorities. Straight released Jason. Yeah so what was it that your significant other found way more important than they should have and you had to end the relationship. Now Video Games I know is going to be one of the top answers So we can just go ahead and take that one out because that's kinda become the norm. Is that if women get tired of their significant others being obsessed with playing video games nonstop can we also rule out his girlfriend or other women or something like valley if he was cheating on shirt kaffee. He's way into like bikini models or something that's interest but if he puts too much importance on his mom yes that counts or if he puts too much importance on his wardrobe or SAS The working out a good one if you put so much importance on working working out anything because it is big to women guys. You need to know this that you are attentive to them. Women Love Attention Incheon. And it doesn't mean just you know watch them put on a show or whatever it means in a make them them understand that they are number one when it comes to being important in your life if you want them to be that way if you want to have a relationship ship with so the relationship ended because he put too much importance on blank. DMS Text us the numbers. Nine six eight nine three. Just put a T. J. than the message to that or you can call one triple eight forty one as TJ. Let's go when you want to hear the show any time remember you can stream the Tj show replay all day every weekday after the show. Download the show with the ACE and TJ show on demand stay connected funny on the act. J. APP available at itunes soup play. TJ coming up coming up on the ace and TJ show Friday. We met a lady who was going on her first date or the guy that she met on is it was facebook dating thing. We're GONNA check back and see how that turned out. She was very very excited about it to tell us her story. So we're looking for defying network down. And if you are a member of the ACE and TJ radio family who entered the contest through Our APP that we're having this week. It's your chance to win. Five hundred dollars. You are listening for a name. We will announce that name sometime in the next few minutes or so. So when we say your name you'll have fifteen minutes to call and if you call them fifty minutes you win five hundred dollars very simple and the contest was into our APP. You don't have our APP Pinella free in your APP store sponsored by Papa. John's own. What did your ex put too much importance? You had to end it because he put too much importance on this. This and not enough attention to you. not cheating or anything like that for this is This is a good example of what we're talking about meg. Egg says the dog too much importance on the dog. He now lives with his dog alone. that that's a that's a good one. It's also a touchy when people go no dare say anything bad about a dog but I know Vlada dogs that have ruined relate. Not The dog. Didn't ruin the relationship. The person who couldn't control their attention they gave to the dog ruined. The relationship is the Goodwin drinking. He would be wasted on Tuesday night at the age of thirty the judge in that one. Yeah okay. There's is one here though. That is so weird. She said She caught him watching Piano playing xrays. Yep WH- what piano playing looks like if if it were an X-ray Yeah I honestly had never heard of that before. Haven't either but was he. Is that any worse than catching watching regular P.. I don't think so I I don't think so either I think it's worse. Really yeah out there. So you know this lady says He put too much importance on me. gave her too much attention. Oh there ain't no thang. That means that she was just must have been up to no good. No I'm kidding. That could be all kinds of stuff like he. He didn't want to go anywhere he wanted to know her. Whereabouts outs at all time? Who you talking to? Who you this or you that you know that honest? The he put too much attention on his mom Tom. I dated for a while. He was Super Nice. Had everything going for him. I moved into my new apart when I asked him. If you wanted to come stay the night. He told me he'd have to ask his mom. I was like What he said he always involved his mom and everything we'd go out to dinner? He called his mom and let her know where we're going ahead of time. We would meet after work and hang out. He'd call his mom. We decide on the spur at the moment. Go to the movies. He had Kovner. Who's going to the movies? Oh no this is a really good one. He put too much attention on his ex facebook stocking not ignoring her drama clearly. He wasn't over her. You put too much importance on whatever your ex is doing then. Yeah you'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA end up losing the one that you dating even if you're looking at your ex and talking crap about arm how much glad you're over her and and rid of her. It's still Lego. Those are fascinating. That's crazy because if you want to lose the woman's interest in a hurry hurry stopped paying attention to her point. Get a new dog right. The wait I'm sorry. Your boyfriend did that. But you're still forget you're still on the line. He hasn't stopped paying attention to you. You know on the nights he wants to all right so oh coming up on now. Trending with Regan's officers that cocaine is not mind. That cocaine is not mind. My window was open and I was draft listened. The best. The story of the day is in now trending in less than ten minutes. This is the ACE and T._J. Show.

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Barstool Rundown - November 18, 2019

Barstool Rundown

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Barstool Rundown - November 18, 2019

"Everything's all right rundown. Join flu game. What is the day today? Eight hundred thirteen th November eighteenth brought to you by point spat points bet. Part of the rundown presented presented by sport does run House presented by points. Bet sportsbook if you're a new during flu game. Yup It's not often Versus Utah if in New Jersey South appointment with Code Barstool. Where yet your deposit your first ten? You'll get one hundred in bonus points bet as awesome promos for matching this season once once per night if you place a spread bet on a mid week matching game. Get your wager matching bonus bets. That's up to fifty bucks. Must Be Twenty one in New Jersey terms and conditions apply gambling problem. Call one eight hundred gambler art. NFL Ravens are hot I thought you said we'll give them a game. They didn't that pass fearance callings everything. Now look what. Even the point of this rule rule at this point. I'm so sick of it. Dave happy you asked him so sick of it and you know what it affects people's lives. I the first half over at the game over both those things change inch the Ravens are going to win that game no matter what but God damn it that is exactly to play that. Is there for the past interference. Shell they they obviously put it in at the end of the Vikings playoff game the same thing rams S.. Yeah close. They're both teams. The question would be. I don't even know they were they reverse that one at this point. What Oh yeah yeah? They'd be like well. He got there right when the ball. It's it's like what would they didn't then leader in the in the afternoon. The cardinals and forty niners. There was almost the identical play. The exact exact same spot of the field and IT WASN egregious and they reversed It makes sense question is does the NFL the NFL. Okay with the officials adjudicating like this or is it just some rogue officials who are not going mm to know. They don't want to undermine themselves they don't want to say to their buddy like hey you got that wrong and eventually what's going to happen is the NFL. The offseason is going to say we've reviewed it and we're taking this away way and next time complain just remember we tried but you complain more about the fixing you screwed up. I would prefer it not to be able to be reviewed. I just don't know why they don't. I have one guy who sits in New York or wherever and watches every game and he has the fucking like a huge red button comically size red button. Where if the rams saints thing happens you can just go stop the game? ARE THEY GONNA being reviewed as fine if they would use the rubric. But they're not right. If they use the rule correctly it would be a good rule biggest biggest. They don't give a shit and it's always the sand. Where is it clear and obvious that was one? They didn't do it. I'd rather get rid of it Patriots Garbage Eagles thank their offense struggling but but nine one shout Kramer for the invite mad money and he is a legit real deal eagles fan so that was fun What else do I all? I mean maybe waiting for this. I'm surprised you didn't start with this. Where we are raiders or make the playoffs? No Oh no I was going to say no. The best does go to the hottest bad beat of all time. Oh for united surviving. Doing what I know what he was doing. You know what he was doing. Well he's like if the balls dead here. The game's over so you pay. Here's a better question. Because we've we've seen this a million times now now that. Yeah that exact one. We're just throws backwards. How much would you pay to have insurance against that play a like? Would you pay. I don't know like point. For our firewall touchdown lead. Would you feel like minus Dennis Ward Eleven instead of ten to be off a lateral fail. I think the defensive touchdown into Insurance if you if you're delivering offering minute yeah. If you're covering in you give up a defensive touchdown it ask your insurance you pay. Would you pay minus one eleven. I don't know then that adds up. Yep I they should offer because the books would win that happened last. You know what it should be. You should be able to buy it for like a grand for the whole season. I just I have always said that. My one of my first acts as president would be to force overtime insurance that to me makes sense offered I guess. Nowadays you can't do regulation only can do and you can do the. I'm not trained to bet LANISTA legal ever because the other fix here is that you would probably do the cash out. The back right and insurance only is fine. I don't unwanted because I guess it would only favorite but yeah. That was crazy. That was at the game. I had the forty niners by accident but I didn't ask them. I don't know what the spread was. Because when you're not aware what Pro Walker who I'm explaining okay. I that so much. I wasn't in Jersey if you're are not in Jersey you can't check your pets. You can check no one hundred thousand percent of already all week. I couldn't it's an act of it didn't you couldn't bet on points bet and check wasn't on points but there's MHM game itself so I don't know if I had for ten I think I nine and a half because my balance was it was pretty hot which caused me to twenty grand on Louisville and win the national title at Thirteen One guy. Yeah let's go bears. Yeah they're getting to the back. They stay in. Monday's a Castle Matt. Nagy shoes He benches Mitch Trubisky in the lies about it lies about it. And so there's two there's two possible euro liar for life now so there's two bustle. SNER is one is. He's just a straight up liar and he basically was like I'm GonNa Bench Mitch to push all the blame and be like it's his fault not mine. which makes him an asshole and coward to the thinking? Is Mitch actually was hurt but Mitch. Mitch went up after Matinee. I was hurt and they looked at me at halftime and they decided it was fun to play Matt. Nagy said we found out that Mitch was hurt with two who drives left in the game. So all alternate scenario is that the head coach doesn't know his fucking quarterback is her which is almost worse right. Yeah like to be that. Not In control troll your team. I'm going straight with lions. He's he's he may be banged up. But let's this way if the score was twenty eight twenty five and there were points in the bear's weren't the worst offense maybe says modern football. He's dead under was easy. He's he's a straight line that Nagy your nose higher liar. The third the third scenario is that he wanted to get a story line. That was not going to be about the kicker or because the Kicker Matt Nagy does kicks from forty seven then four thousand nine says. NO WE'RE NOT GONNA kick. I have no trust in you then the very next drive forty seventy. Go back doc out there Mrs All. You're saying he created a quarterback issue to wash over his mission. Yeah he's basically vertiginous Bernie madoff. He's you just gotTa keep piling on the other flip side is in. This'll be give him credit he created a storyline with him on a wire. That changes a little bit for Mitch. Because I was like. You're a liar in an asshole baggy. Some more bitch almost comes across as sympathetic. Did this poor little. Because he's trying right he's not like a F- oh no he's as is bad right he's just not a good he's just I don't know it's tough for me and I I know there's people want killed and say I don't know it's his best friend the guy I wouldn't be able to bash my best friend. Though is there a scenario where they keep mitts one more year and give it a magazine or amount amount of fire. Fire everyone. Everyone's to my saw this graphic which makes it worse. But you know what. Don't do me a graphic wouldn't talk about It's it's the quarterbacks drafted before trubisky and it's the kid on Kansas City in the kid on Houston. Here's the worst also traffic now. Now people like Watson Patrick both quality seemed to be really good or not as good. He's pretty pretty bad though. The Internet because Mitch was is now such a universally terrible. Pick like one of the worst picks ever the Internet's now just confusing. Every year I saw some viral viral tweet. That showed the Shawn Watson Lamar playing in college and the guy was like. Could you imagine taking Mitch Trubisky as the first quarterback over these guys. Yeah well the mart. What was going on? Everyone's in every drive Marino elway draft right. So it's it's literally like you're like people were like. Oh Yeah could you manage taking Mitchell. Aaron Rodgers a law. It was one of the worst draft. I mean they're showing right pays. He's going to be fired right. He is he like he knew upstairs. He was getting fired he has to. You know it's crazy to this is a little people. Might I never understood why. GM's traveled to road games. You can't watch TV what you learn. I think it'd be around the team. Yeah talk to talk to everybody. I I write back in the right back in the lab scouting and they do some scouting. The young whippersnappers driving around like nine hundred ninety eight Corolla marijuana use the second. Pick another drafts on them forever. Trying kickers anyway might as well be there. Yeah Ah Dude. You can't even just relax. I would see angry. I don't know if you do this David when when my team loses I'd like to just read every article off aww get angry and you know the old saying don't go to bed mad. I go to bed furious honestly the. Here's the patriotism is so great for so long when they lose because I don't WanNa hear anyone say you know here s were like bathe in the ballot. You search on twitter. What are your Fred? Was your friend job her energy would you a little Good oh I was so happy. I didn't forget came in either of you came. Yeah as I. I was just so happy said that it was pretty funny. Yeah in Lane was hurt. And when he got hurt at thunder or evolving door could block nervous it although about the allegations that were well we gotta get better. But it's still early like San Francisco is now they're coming down Baltimore's too early. It's too early to what they're doing to the bare summit chance well there there Mr Bisky graphic that's take the beginning of a new. I started graphic say Haskins that last clip video white sox Dave story this weekend video. He started started the darvish. Oh Yeah Christian. Yelich need video. This new line need video. Yeah whenever you need proof something video yeah What about houses begin video? Oh okay it took. The begging is offensive line to block being like. What can I do to help? And they're just kind of silence redskins. They're the they're the most like the bengals at least fight. The battles are competitive. The Russians are the worst team they have. I did not out of principle. Take the jets because the reds can't be favored anybody. It was the easiest. Bet Moving to college Baylor Baylor Minnesota lost which I do stand to believe. We'll get through it on the pig on Wednesday but ever since you gave them a pep talk. This guy was good to twenty units at a couple of money lines. Texas money line. That could've hit. Did you see them. Off Sides Capital Field Goal. Even they hit it. There's too many give me. Ucla what was another by tried to get I mon.. UCLA UTAH very well. Bad well even without is fourteen three. They're going into score. That's crazy different coins. Big League not as big as twenty eight three hundred twenty three Patriots Atlanta Super Bowl. I remember that Baylor Played Oklahoma. Yeah and you were happy because I had money light and game so I thought I was GonNa win like hundred grand. I had a little money in the second half blew a big lead. You could kind of see it starting to unravel but it was a great game and EPA call for ball game and I knew it would. It was fun because is doubt all my kids did not get beat that night long. How how can walk a brand walker big lease law? Mississippi was stupid Mississippi. Heck's I watch for with two I don't be a kid's because don't beat them up. I'll take child services there okay. You're taking that as like. That was me looking out for an employee who has it's like you're embarrassed on national. I don't have a temper problem. I mean you do the facts I used to watch. It was twenty eight three leads to go ahead and gloat about so you of all people were up. Twenty eight three Brag about activity to my defense I was I sending you tweets bragging well before twenty four but the video through it. Over the top twenty Baylor Touchdown Baylor. And then the next with one extra touchdown because I had bad service and Paul was next to me and he he did it from mine and so it. I actually twenty applebee's twenty-one nothing athlete bar okay. No I know that's all you have where you're from but there are don't hit. Britain deserves his moment right. But but do you deserve the moment do trapped in say Dave you were right I was wrong please. What that's out there on the Internet forever? Tired you kit it stand on your platform when you've admitted you can see. You gave the platform conceited election. You lose I put the video Out like sick of this shit. I'm going to bed and then you to the video and I'm watching the video. Might we'll fuck back in the arena now and here Oklahoma Star score called contents. Thank you for giving giving me love dumped it. All of the college football debate order called football show. I was clearly not right. Said Baylor was going to beat Oklahoma. I don't Ashley said You said that. The bed Baylor. I'd better both you were listen you just prove my point. Last August August George is going to be on brand who ran walker just blew my point. They bring us out of it. They would beat him. I would on forty on the money. Why Not Twenty one? You Bet you over to me on Saturday twenty proves that he wasn't that complicated to happen. I knew he was gonNA everybody saw your everyone saw you. Can I ask a question. Here's a simple request. All right I I was right. You said I was right. Did I ever say you're right. You don't have to say but you said you are not table. Everybody knows it use Homa beat Baylor by thirty points out and said you're right no days when he's wrong he won't be appro like five years after he yes he has a close game. You sit in front. They were it was a very very close game. Came around and I was dead wrong about Baylor Dave. You're right that's a story from you. said they are well video and change the game. You put me back injury Arista right dave the name. Listen Day okay. I've been getting Shit on on the Gospel show for like six weeks. You've been leading up to. This is your big night and you fucking blew it you blew in twenty eight to three late you hysterectomies Baylor you fucking any O.. J. was up nope DOC classy guy. I'm not just a more from Mississippi. Hey I'm not gonNA take this and they're not going to brag about. Yes yes I am. You know man you send a video and said Oh no go beat. Your kids will not want my kids to bed. Oklahoma one Baylor Lost Monroe. This woke up. She's taller than you already fucked you. Oh thanks for the job I love you. I said you were wrong. You said you were wrong. Nobody said you you were right except you. Everybody says I'm Russia. She was right. The scoreboard says you've said what's going to be said. I was right the skew more. You said well you set. Did you practice this house. He said this is stuff that no change changed. What wild up? I'M NOT GONNA wind up around. Okay all right sorry. This is what does even. If you actually a right he will take tapis ready to death. semantics attempting to Samantha made it a stranglehold of semantics said I was working -gratulations nations. Take you on your semantics. Bring to the Chinese. Nobody saw it. Everybody thought no yup you struggle. I think I stopped. You know you're right. I was right. You said I was right. I never said you were right. You just keep saying you just said I was right. uh-huh missed mobilisation. Yeah but you said Samantha said game. You said I was right. I said it was right. That's a thousand what's happening. We have videos doing videos. Fine wine you want from me and this one did that to that I. I always thought the game was GONNA be close. Close was twenty three and then nothing quite for depressed i. It was a tough loss. But I didn't see your videos and stuff. Oh wait the same as an aside. Hey Hank has been a sharp better all year. I don't know what he's just like he's like rainman out there. He Baylor money line as as well and after it lost. I think that twenty three is worse than the Patriots. Because on the right side of this but you guys the hang off the vikings as brutal the cardinals and Baylor bill or brute fourth and five. They called a defensive penalty that was the game. Yeah I knew that kept the game. How by the way can we just at least give shout out to Matt Rule and the sad bear paw was? You had to go to the ends on the whole whole team and they all had to put up their little bear paws for Baylor. They said they were live abandoned Ohio they lose their bear paws. It was so fucking funny actually picture you doing Saturday night you have. I was sad. Yeah I mean I brought dominated by brain. But that's just fucking Brandon fucking didn't fucking Walker said. Hey hand up. I'm wrong you're right. And then you said no brain will come back in the arena. No congratulations not all fist-bump me. No they'll fist. Chevy sought. I mean you you're Samantha. I I should warn you about the semantics but how was that semantics when he literally tweet out I video right. You do the video after. I tweeted that out. You brought it back up. You brought everything back back into place so I came back and it doesn't change. You need the election. Show remember that scene in what was the was the chick with the Big Booty who. who was Sean Connery? Movie things underneath the Lasers James Bond now. What the fuck was that movie? The Rock Air Force One air force. No the booty. Yeah what's the name rule woman so Cabinet met Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas. Oh you did yeah. They're both very good looking lescot Kids for meetings too much pussy fact but I'm pretty sure it is hate to see that happen anyway anyway risk anyway so in fact. Check that for me. Tommy please factor that so I can make sure might. Do you WanNa know or if you can get it. No he got it and I pretty ratio usually. Yeah just need much. Catherine Zeta Jones when she does that thinks that could very attractive fight with Dave. That's what you have to do. You can't make any mistakes. You can't screw up at all that one tweet. If you've got a big mistake wasn't a mistake so admitting mistake that was before you can see. Isn't that what I just WanNa make sure exactly a big thing to say. And I don't want Victor Thirty two please to up. I got hurt all right out. There of real let us take for throat. Cancer was the result of an HP infection that he got from oral sex to that sucks. What do you think is GonNa have draft? I've been impressed with his easier. To begin with. That's fair he's still not it'll go top ten fifteen though ACQU team. That didn't think they were in the market will let him fall to them. And they'll get a nice little bonus but I will say this I think state of Alabama Alabama fans have been acting ridiculous after this he is not dead. He got a football injury. He's hurt I mean he was he was doing the Lombardo in in the hospital. tweet was as dawn breaks in America. are tragic tragic Watson. That's why like five bucks into hope does survive but no he's plays little Ukulele Janssen then have a good time all the. Oh Good Ball John Trump. She's a porn star She Fox somebody on the thunder. Just tweeted I understand the approximate for flights and for sex. And they haven't and she's basically threatening them. She just tweeted at the thunder. Like you're mad. Better pay you better pay and she's not saying Buddhist not yet. What do you think is Chris? Paul Nicholson Stone Nicole. I know but that'd be fun. If it was Chris Chris Paul I mean he's he's moved to Oklahoma. You'd probably knows no one. He's probably gonNA fly some things in there. I really don't know too many people for a long time. The two so she thinks she's a porn star. Aren't they all in La. I don't think so I think our biggest The Internet here thinking one of Valley Silicon Valley. No that's not true. Show the different valley they do Lavallee the Valley Fresno Valley anytime anyplace anywhere any help in that whole WanNa put it. That's I'm Pat L.. Guy He would be a mastermind of porn company without moustache and just goes anywhere. Yeah this this kid went viral couple of days ago. You know fried taken a sandwich. Well I'm here in the freezing cold getting free chicken sandwiches because the food tastes great. I mean it's chicken. It's Fried Chicken Fried Chicken. I like Fried Chicken. Looks like he's a steel worker. who was like forty eighty years old ways talking? I love this Giddy so Buffalo Fried Chicken Fried Chicken got a simple philosophy about life. Old Old kids who are or like have traits of old people hilarious always always and then the other viral video. We have this leaves couple. I think they're down six one. The girl makes them take like in star. Dr Photo he does the fake smile back to instant And that's just you know. He went viral and he looked. I felt bad from six one. He can't be taking pictures not down six not on your fan. They're huge fans so I think everyone kind of felt for the skit. Yeah no I felt for them. I've been there many times in my life about though not today he'll state the state guys told me he did see. Just see the shrugged off misquoted. The video Guys doing the guy that clip. What those from at Brandon Walker Walker? SEC okay. I give up you win at stole President Day. I was wrong about Baylor. eller jalen hurts. Sucks the Georgia win. Kept my man. I was Oh that's what we call in show business most saving the election beating ship Everyone the way I wanted to. Okay this from Brian Walker. Okay I give up you just read. I don't want him to well. But you gotta right. He's he's a flu game. Current barstool champion overuse. Okay thank you you win and I was wrong about Ballard. Jalen hurts sucks during my man. You're never going to do that ever you would if I don't need impaler by Bela. Whatever bailing young Russian company Marquee didn't get beat the night no dowry that's wrong that's wrong brand? I said don't be your kids. I was working for you now. Here's the thing. If Baylor did not cover in got blown out you would be right. I'd be the first one here it'd be my pleasure. You said Baylor was going to win on the College Football Team USA. Baylor's thought they would win but it was wrong your it was there fraud team they lost by three are fraud. Did you see how Outta gas they were. Oklahoma outgained him six hundred to three hundred lot flute. Jason be hit the shot from Brandon Walker. Okay I give up you win. President Day I was wrong about Baylor. jalen hurts sucks. The Georgia win kept my consumer APP breezes blowing if you don't stay if you stay there were two second Baylor stinks second-day great over to get Outta ever said you right. You said I was right. You're never going to use a world. It was right so what he said. Exactly okay I give up you win day. Also about Jalen hurts timeshare era. I was getting. That was an adjustment that was a physical. Adjust out. Lose your the salaries of just your okay fight with words here not our fists and I want this. Is the time travel. It's great seeing this people. Always say Shit Tommy back in the arena. Okay I I the Georgia that tweets from Brenda Walker. Yes it is ended that debate AH.

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BONUS: 4 Things with Amy Brown - Walker & Laney Hayes: The Best Love Song. Blessing Others. Grieving the Loss of a Child. Practicing Gratitude.

The Bobby Bones Show

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BONUS: 4 Things with Amy Brown - Walker & Laney Hayes: The Best Love Song. Blessing Others. Grieving the Loss of a Child. Practicing Gratitude.

"Hey it's amy thanks for checking out. The bobby show replay podcast. I wanted to tell you about my podcast four things with amy brown and share special episode with you now my podcast always share tier four different things health lifestyle faith family stuff like that and on this episode i interviewed walker hayes and his wife laney and they did all four things with me. There's laughter tears inspiration. Hopi love it as much as i do. Subscribe on apple podcasts. Listen on iheartradio or wherever you get your podcasts and here is talker hayes who never ak ak. Thanks for life always pretty ready but he was pretty beautiful little mouth with amy brown ladies forty by the way. I'm looking smoking hot for yeah well. What walker does know is that i've started recording. I know that's awesome but he's brought it up is in she is so fine we farm for twenty crazy out so <hes> i've got walker hayes and laney hayes on the podcast today so they are going to. You do all four things with us which is awesome. We're going to cover <hes> just some of walker's music which is amazing. I feel like he is a talented allenton. Songwriter like so talented he will forever have a special place in my heart will for one you may recognize his voice because he does the theme song to this podcast just in case you don't know but this is walker walker do you do you remember seeing this nafta n._f._l. It was pretty beautiful jeff walker when i asked him because walker night developed a relationship because because walker is also the guy that gave my mom a theme song like my mom was battling cancer. We would talk about her on the bobby bones show from that the pimp enjoy movement was born and you know then next thing you know walker busts out with the song titled joy like judy and then dan walker wait. You don't know is that song. I probably have told you before seem may no but i'm just now gonna tell. Everybody and i'm sure i've told everybody before but i'll say it again. Is that the song and is such a gift like to me and my sister my family and friends and <hes> my mom's grandkids my kids who didn't get to know her because use n._s. The song like i feel like we at least recorded. The video in march of two thousand fourteen not sure when you sent the song but once my mom had a theme song joy judy. I was like whoa we got a mom. You need to do a music video and she was so hesitant. It was like being on videos not her thing hang but she rolled with it and she was such a good sport and now you know y'all can watch it on youtube but we'll put it at radio dot com if if you wanna check it out but this is my first connection walker and why he and his family will forever be special to me because like this is a video that will forever forever be there for my family to watch this is walker's evening my mom choosing joy pope and it's definitely something if you listen to the podcast and you don't know much about enjoy that i encourage you to go check out because of the videos like just super special to me because it's my but i hope that you'll be touched by two because and that's why when another reason why i'll be forever grateful for walker but he has <unk> his so many other amazing songs and bobby has always praised dear songwriting skills and is a big fan of you and we're such a huge fan of laney amy to and y'all just have an amazing life with some stories the ups and the downs and y'all are willing to be vulnerable and share erin. That's we're all about here on this podcast so think we're going to cover some of those some of those ups and downs so i appreciate y'all coming in to do it for having <music> jinx kinship you your brainwave here. Is that what you do the charleston i think so that goes back to seventeen so and y'all do have six kids so this probably probably happened with them to do you feel like they keep you pretty young kids. Oh yeah absolutely not do not look like you have six six kids. I gotta tell you all if y'all don't know to what walker and laney look like. They're like nashville most beautiful people right and then lady you said walkers been. When did you start your working out journey walker stars so i quit drinking four years ago and that's dabbled and then i became you know it becomes a little bit of an session and so yes so that's kinda when i started carrying i guess visiting the gym frequently i mean because i don't no no you. You can tell me if i'm wrong with him. He was not in bad shape but he went from like walker workouts. I don't know like men's health magazine cover right. He's always been in great shape and there were seasons seasons. Tell them that's not good that we can really now but but yeah it became his thing on the road for he always either ran or worked out. He always was in good shape but definitely now it's not yeah it's up in uh-huh okay. He's crazy sorry. You can't take him anywhere. It's fine. We'll go ahead and get in your favorite parts like i'm sorry kick them. All okay but always be like doesn't check. It looks the same. I mean i'm. I'm terrible affirmation because he always looks the same to me so i'm like i don't know you look the same as you years ago and he's like no. That's not the right answer well. I don't see the fluctuations walker. I i know that you're used to kind of being out out there in in sharing lot in your an artist musician songwriter. You're out there that laney. Thank you for being here with us and i know that y'all are both going to open up about some hard stuff and <hes> again we'll talk about kind of the highs and lows of life and what we like to be here with podcast is relatable and touch somebody and i know that your story about oakley and <hes> losing her and then even like walker you having to deal with that in almost losing laney. I feel like <hes> that's something we're going to get into as well which i hope will be comforting somebody. We're all experienced loss at some level but you you know that's definitely another level to me like i can't even imagine but even i've appreciated you being open and talking about it so <hes> that said we'll just just and then to i want to get at the end or sometimes what we do with guests is find out things that you're grateful for and guess how many things we do four more so while we're recording be thinking of the four things that you're grateful for they can be serious or fun or whatever and then we'll kind of close with that and with that set walker do you want. Are you going to sing us to the last eight k. so i just sent walker the four things <hes> the four things joy seeker which that's what that is called the <unk> cake. It's something we've had on a shirt and a tote and we call it the joy seeker and i was like hey would you mind doing my theme song and you're like no problem and then you're like over in the u._k. Or something walk in the streets of london just spitting out rhymes. I was so excited to do it for you but i didn't have any gear there to like. Lay it down and so yeah one day. I remember you being like what needed by certain date and i was like oh crap and <hes> so yeah just kinda wrote it. I texted it to my. That's gonna on how right stuff texts myself. I remember walking around and i was like i gotta find a alley where i can sit and sing like castle well and so send dan you a voice memo and i remember being glad when i sent you that and you were like yeah. That's the that's great perfect. Yes you have the little like the casserole role and how you tied in like yeah. We share recipes on here because i kind of told you i think we're going to do like it'll be all the things like recipes and serious stuff and so you your brain came up with casserole food food for your soul things so that tied in it's not just about food but food soul minor creative genius that was fun. Sarah put some using the <hes> yeah but the lawns cake. I mean that's that's the jam like you needed. It is a hat that says just eat cake. Good idea yeah okay. All the houses coming soon to walker hatestock off emerged. Don't worry other people do it. It's taboo. We're going to go ahead and start with the romantic song tease because i feel like this song walker i i. It's it's so i mean it's it's probably everything every woman wanna hear and i know laney that you bet a lot of his songs for him and do you get tired of doing that or is like i get tired of doing now. Uh-huh be honest in this interviewed on law yes for sure. I wish i was like perfect wife. Who was like oh bring me all all your song lines. I love to hear him but that's not really the reality at our house <hes> when he comes home with a song idea like the day he steps off the bus and he's home for a couple of days. We're like you have a new song idea right. Now like couldn't have just waited a couple of days until you go back on the road because he gets in song land. It's hard to bring him back like anybody in the creative world kind of knows that you you drift off and even though you're there you're not really there. You're kind of living in your head and creative land dan so <hes> yeah oftentimes we go. Hey come come back to us like out of creative world but but when he sent me lyrics to the song i'd definitely it was different. It was different from the others okay and several people that haven't heard it. I'm gonna play a little clip here. We can only listen to a little bit of it or then. We might get sued by walker awesome podcast so let's we can listen quietly for a little bit and then we may have to start to talk over so here is a little bit of don't let her she she down. Give is little coffee johnny she home as a taste better pace letter you batasuna. She is the letter okay so now what people are probably like. Okay the cute lyrics but i don't really get it but it's the concept behind it that makes the song so fabulous so so explain the concept walker a million different things into one <hes> i was i was actually i wrote this on the same week. I wrote your theme song the mike in one week i had the most fun creative week and i was missing laney and you know this was last year so i was still you know we're fresh off the loss of oakley most losing laney which you know i'ma lenny would agree. I'm the emotional a person of the family and i have trouble. I don't know what you'd call it. Just digesting emotions like it takes almost slow rebound from any emotional optional stimulus and so <hes> my head when i miss laney over there i was in the in the u._k. For two weeks i i am one hundred percent myself and recharging. My batteries would laney in the kids when i'm away from them. Things begin to just go south. I'm just lost and i just started writing specifics about laney and really it was just a love song like look how much know about you because i think that's flattering when laney's like when when you smell like that i know it means this. I know how you eat with your elbow up or you know like little quirks. Semi knows that about you. You feel like ah notice me right and so like honey and that's why i started to do. I was like you know. She loves the sleep late and you know she didn't like you. If if you're drunk and you know and it just all the specifics about laney story and then i accidentally was like n._f._c. missing me don't and then and i was like well what what i want you to do if she misses me because honestly selfishly. I'm like letter a little bit you know but then then maker feel better but i was like now now i want you to you know help her move on and then it then that's. That's the line that became. That's what made it that almost morbid red concept was that question was like hey you know we're not promised tomorrow and that actually happens to a lot of people and i've i've noticed noticed that from from the reactions of this song so many people react and say hey that is my spouse. <hes> you know i lost them and <hes> i needed to hear that now when i go out i'm going to get back out there into the world so yeah that song is you know obviously completely about the lady i really enjoyed enjoyed <unk> sifting through the specifics of her and i knew when i texted her and by the way she she does not like to always listen to lyrics like there's there's i. I almost cringe when i'm like hey. Will you listen to launch because i know she's like <hes> so anyway. Ah when i sent her this. I knew i was like this is going to get her on. No this is about to get her and it did so laney. What was your when he sent you like i might one of my favorite line is home is a favorite restaurant so good. No i really this one struck me differently than and the other songs i you know sometimes he comes with the sweet love song and he's like wrote a song about you today and i hear it and i'm like no that wasn't really about me but this one obviously it that's not real but this one was so genuine and it was sweet to think oh you do you just know oh all the little intricate details of me and who i really am and it's it's fun to feel really known for who you are good and bad and loved anyway and so this song did i i think i sent him bacteria face and was like oh my goodness. That's so suite now on the other hand. I was thinking. I don't know why anybody would want to listen to a song about me but i'm thankful that it really does other people. You're the inspiration. I think it's just for me listening. I mean yeah. I don't like all home is my favorite averroes raw too. I feel you on that one but it's just like you can feel. It's so cute. It's cute. It's a cute love song. That's deep and sweet has so many layers to it. It's not just surface the surface cute. It's deep cue. Thank thank you is that that even when i listened to myself i found myself like i'm confused emotionally unlike emma sad or happy or laugh you know the the mom lan <hes> that makes me laugh and then i love the little section of them online the best advice i can give you brother don't ever say he's acting just like her mother. Oh yeah i know she does sometimes by the way door mom and it sparked a whole lot of like like mykola my mom mom. You're going to get a complex over this song. It said that was a really funny. Well other little interlude and i'll end mama sweet. I was like my kids are gonna say that one day that's just life life right. We all say that. I loved my mom as well but when i mean when she was alive my husband definitely compare me to her and in fact even since she passed away five years now so it's like in that territory territory where it's okay to bring her up again he will compare. You and i still get mad. I'm like i don't do that clearly do that but it's just people that you're close things about people or you're like ooh and you know i'll call him out like your acting like your dad right now. He's like yes. It is not one. That's the fun goto. When you're married doesn't easy ammo you know right. We'll we'll. I wouldn't say that i was like they were in the room right that no offensive anything bad are y'all close with. Y'all have a healthy in law i mean. I don't think your in laws are listening unless they are but i mean yeah. We don't get to see him a whole lot. You know our life stays busy and they don't they come to visit some but we try to. We try to make the around visit everybody at least a couple times a year. Why because y'all are schools. I think that's pretty good high school sweetheart so your friends iva. No no i mean our parents were once. We started dating in eleventh grade. They kind of began to get to know each other but you know i feel like maybe since our relationship was so early and an immature age and then you combine that with my career choice i can definitely <hes> even though at times i may stress or not appreciate my relationship with my in laws i can as as a father i can see how difficult kind of watching us must have have been you know me like blaney meeting me obviously not being on her level like she was completely out of my league as she a press of everything like beautiful i i was kind of a i was a poor student a little more of a wild card and then you know a couple of months in newark are engagement. I'm like hey oh by the way i'm not going to sell real estate. I want to move to nashville. You know be a rock star and then turn around. She's popping out. Kids like tic tac so and you know i'm sure her parents. I can definitely see if there's any animosity or was ever any like oh my god. What are y'all doing and i. I can completely understand where that would come from. When i tell our story a lot of times i'm like what were we thinking. What age were you when you got engaged. We were married at twenty four so engaged at twenty three dating long relationship. I think our life has just never made sense and the things that we love. The most in life are all the things that were really silly to go into. I mean we we couldn't afford the well. This dream was crazy to chase and then we couldn't afford kids but we kept having them and all the things that we love the most about our journey in life. You know have been the things that don't really make sense. We still can't afford kids and we we we wanna like we wish someone would just drop quadruplets on on our door. You know i mean we've learned. Everyone should go download. Don't let her if we can is there. Don't let her merch. Oh yeah we just came out with the don't ever watch the office without me shirt yeah so yeah i mean we <hes> <hes> yeah. We never we. We sometimes sometimes we're like. We we selfish like that. We want more kids are and stuff and we're but we're both the babies of the family and so if i think if you walk in our house you you realize that i feel like we're lazy at times but we're just there's. There's things that were not concerned with. Perhaps the yard. I don't care like our yard looks like jumanji always and i don't care. I don't fix it until i get a notice from the neighborhood. Hey you got to mike frill pretty weeds weeds. You know we see rob problems going on. I mean we skateboard. We throw the ball in the house. We we just we live in on like a different planet and we always have. I think when you have a bunch of kids though you have to learn to let a lot of things go a whole lot of things go just to show oh this to. Y'all have six still life with kids you now you have to you. Don't enjoy your kids and you don't enjoy what you have have exactly. I used to be way more uptight about or i don't know what kind of mom laney you thought you're going to be but i thought i was going to never give my kids cereal. Yeah i from these smooth for breakfast every morning. I and i get a great with our first kid. Laney always had like a mini bag of fresh carrots pureed asparagus now now we only start raining lucky charms now. It is interesting how you change your. It's just you know it's like wait. Why am i so stressed. I mean i feel like we still have aspirations and goals of like keeping them healthy and getting them interested in like things that are going to be good for them but at the end of the day like a bowl of cereal isn't going to hurt anybody but i mean i i used to be pretty an even like a little judgy and i take it all all back not judgy but i remember i would see. I was like i mean because my mom had me that. I eat sugary cereals. I will say we don't have we know of lucky charms uh-huh say no. I know that's what i'm saying. If i'm out i'm mike grow that route but now it's like even even the convenience sometimes of i think on saturday morning like stevenson got up and i was like hey buddy. He's like what's for breakfast and and i was like can you just pour yourself both and it was amazing. I was like right. Yes can you imagine just ideal like way up here. In the clouds and then there's real life and it doesn't always know though of sugar cereal i will say it is has an immediate effect on our kids attitudes the tubes so then selfishly. I'm like i eat a banana right mouse because i just don't want to deal. Sometimes it's the way you're going to act after you right. That's true that's a real say in that struggle is real with the dietary stuff is for real. Oh yeah i can see it too and my kids but then sometimes it well. Sometimes it's like you. Were saying leaning like you just you don't wanna miss out on experiences with your kids like you. Don't waste time doing the yard. If you're missing out on stuff with your kids like for me. I felt like i was sort of going to be the same way about like <unk> is creamer different things and then there's times got as a family and we all get it together and it's like if i was trying to be uptight about it. We'd miss out on those moments like kids. Love treats like that and you know. I don't wanna be like so uptight. I can't even enjoy ice cream with my kids but <hes> okay so before we again back to don't let her which you should be downloading now on i i to support walker and laney and they're six kids but let's listen to a few more lyrics see where we are. I kind of like let me turn it up. Not a professional here behold on get it understood favorite. David flower don't ever want office without after t shirts available favorite season spoke. Oh i do down august thirty first. Oh yeah no i know see. I'm not that into all that my husband yeah. He's on the countdown like gosh. I'm very lucky. Lady ladies like avid sports like if if i was like hey we're gonna have a special date tonight. I have a surprise for you if i was like hey i got tickets to cardinals game <hes> braves game or football game. She would lose her mind like that's. That's that's where she likes to hang and again. I'm i'm a lucky lucky dude <hes>. She knows more about pro baseball than i do right now. I'm on the road singing. I don't really know you know get to watch every game and she'll be like do the red sox lost by this much and this is how this was crazy and she'll just watch it by herself. I i don't think it's probably been since getting since having boys and they've gotten older and kim at baseball and then just kind of getting into it and then watching some games with them. You know it's kind of been a process also. I can't say i was always like that but it is a fun thing to do as a family and we're kind of obsessed with playing the show on the playstation walker comes home so we've gotten a lot of baseball knowledge knowledge that way to football not do like four of our kids were august baby this show as baseball game. Oh okay he goes to the red sox. I usually play with the dodgers she so could speaking that right now and i'm just hearing a song. She likes red sox. I like dodgers right. Put it on a shirt just getting but i know we mentioned the the merchant and the stuff about walker. I just wanna say to you can go to walker hayes dot com right walker. Yes ma'am. I mean get it. Get it. Check it out some monkey. Though the second day walker for next i wanna talk about the craig fund which is a really amazing story also to you create a song from that it's got to be i think probably probably therapeutic for you to be able to use just like you gave us the gift of joy like judy and you know even the podcast theme song that may resonate with some people in some way but this is like on another level because you know you met the sky crag and he had a major impact on your life if which will get into but then you're able to write a song about him and then you played him the song and then it's created a whole movement and so i'm going to play a little bit of the craig song and then we'll talk about it because the craig fund. I think is something that people i mean. They may want to see how they can get involved or they may just inspired by like wow like you can make a difference and you can bless people bigger small and crag happened to go. I mean he went big for y'all and we'll get into exactly how but here here is craig by walker hayes. He sounds cool right from sunday's. Go right stealing figured out search mcrae. I k walk started body audie so obviously barrier implying crack is like if you ask jesus like he's tight with jesus 'cause he. Has you know a relationship you met him at church but you kinda like this guy is different than maybe other yeah had experienced so walker. You take yeah craig <hes>. There's two massive like there's two large things that i that <hes> struck me about craig is one i can be very judgmental person especially upon like a christian community because i've a lot the times i find myself picking them up apart because they are proclaiming one thing but then acting a certain way and that's that's my problem that's wrong of me <hes> but crags cragg's relationship laney and our was so unconditionally loving and we never felt if i felt preached at or even even taught i would probably have backed off. I'm just that type of person but he just loved us and so that was definitely alluring quality that he he possessed and he's his relationship with us was so <hes> had no agenda just just they just wanted to. They just loved us a you know and then also i was beyond inspired obviously by by by craig giving us a car and and there's there's many reasons but one was because do didn't ask you know the i found myself a lot of talk backup. People might be wanna know a little bit more baxter story so y'all y'all started in laney. I don't even know that. I know this part. Bill like who found the church is going to be was started going where you going and then walker started started going and then what was what was going on yells life around that time and then boom now craig is in the picture so i originally met lara craig's wife <hes> through a mutual friend just kind of nice to meet you and that was it and then saw her later at basketball at a basketball games and just started talking to her. She told us they had just moved. Here had had started a church and i was like oh yeah yeah great. That's nice and then they invited us and i was like i don't know so i kind of got online and i was like what kind of church is this. What do they believe you know what's going on here and <hes> she struck me of course as supercontinent friendly from the very beginning and we certainly clicked and then i'd drug my family family there and it was in the winter so it was pitch black dark it was at night they were meeting at night and we were driving to the middle of the country in our guys. I don't know what we're about ought to drive up to like. I was kind of a little bit flipping out about. I don't know where i'm taking my family. <hes> and then we walked into this church at night and every it was just it was amazing. People were so kind and welcoming and loving and kids everywhere and running around and it was just the most come exactly house you are in. We love you sort of place that we had walked into so that was kind of how it started and then we did develop a very close friendship with greg and laura and their kids it's over the course of time and you can go from here well yeah and at that time in our lives <hes> i was. I was drinking heavily <hes> probably when we rolled into that church. I'm sure i'll i've been drinking all day. <hes> we had we were about to have whereabouts actually be pregnant with our sixth. We adjust had number five number. Folly you know things were going downhill fast like money wise <hes> job wise. I had not gotten on the job yet at costco was what was about to and <hes> but yeah laura bombing honestly lauren crag <hes> they they just they adopted us is what they did. I mean they they. They called us. There's they open their house to us. <hes> he showed up you know to my shows. It was like a father figure would and sat in the back and anytime i saw craig in the back chat and somebody's ear off on knew that he was like dude good good like have you ever heard of this guy. He seems like he would always <hes> every night like after a show he'd be like you need to be playing arenas man and i can't believe you're playing you know and i and i'll just like it was so kind and and and genuine and <hes> and then yeah a relationship just ah can continue to grow and then about three years later we had had our six kid <hes> everley and we we were down to one car we we i had hidden the fact that i got dropped from the label from an endorsement deal that i had because i knew that as soon as this volkswagen agan dealership found out that nothing was going on musically that they probably take that van back in all we had was this old honda <hes> the laney brought in and when we got married and so the the van got taken away i remember i remember watching the truck. Take it in the kids. Were like that's awesome. You know how how they put it up on the truck and i was like they didn't have but at the same time and so things got rough you know and and <hes> <hes> you know i acted like i got you know i got it figured out and we shared a car for about six weeks and one night craig shows up unannounced now we had invited he showed up after becket's <hes> baseball game and <hes> got out of his own minivan and laura his wife wife drove in in in another car and he had this big grin on his face and and we argued you know he was he was like take take take the car. You know just take it on. I know you you know you need it. All you got to assign had the title handed. The song is exactly what what went down and <hes> i was like nah united because honestly i was genuinely embarrassing. Just proud and didn't wanna accept help. 'cause you know accepting being helped. Just felt like i was saying that i couldn't do it. You know on my own and i remember my daughter. I remember her saying dads is take the car and then i remember craig saying he actually him and his brother were like really good wrestlers in high school and at one point he said i'm gonna wrestle. You've you know go for it and i was like nah. No thanks i don't wanna wrestle and so i just took i took the car and we drove it home and <hes> and i immediately fell fell a burden lifted. <hes> i felt the ability to focus on other things and not be so stressed out about you know the vehicle situation nations and obviously the kids were much safer riding in a car that they all fit in you know we had been driving everywhere in the honda would lanee ninety nine six kids and so it was definitely illegal <hes> and you know we. We weren't like proud of that but that's all we had but yeah mean dude showed up and he didn't ask like i said i mean he saw a need and he just i think him and laura probably spoke like hey can. We do this and and and you know. I think a lot of people feel like he just hands out cars and can do that. I mean he i think after he gave us the car he went and bought himself himself. Something used like for five or six grade. It's not it's not like he was like. I'm going to get a tesla c._e._o. No that was a that was definitely definitely a financial push for them. That was not really something they could necessarily afford to do. People think oh they must be well the n._b._a. Would just do that. They really couldn't they were stepping out in faith. Just seeing a need that we had and how can we help. They're just those people you know. It wasn't that that was an easy thing for them. They were they were really just stepping out and the kids right now. I have goose phone. They didn't have a bank account of money that they could rely on. If something happened i mean they were really really they. Were going out on a limb for us for sure. That was impossible. Don't you and and walker her to you like he. He proved to you that like yes there. Are there can be people that maybe aren't necessarily they are walking the walk and talking the talk and that goes to you so that's why will that's what the song is is all about and then you from that. The craig fund was born his his unreal. <hes> i get teary eyed every time we we do something just because of how just for circle it is but we we have <hes> we have a craig find <hes> we sell shirts where the those those shirts every shirt that we sell the proceeds go to the crack fun and then people just drop huge installments installments like people will just when we lost oakley the crag fine filled up that was kind of people's way of <hes> you know saying they love us and and and <hes> in honor of oakley and stuff and and what what we do is we it was a lot of logistics in hoops and loopholes to jump through at first but we we we gave our first car away <hes> to a single mother and again it was just an emotion is such an emotional moment and <hes> we're going to continue needed to do those things and find ways that the craig fine can be used but it's all about exactly what crack did for me. It's what we do. Is we take submissions. Submissions of who you can like nominate for the craig thing and people will send us you know we had about fifty submissions narrowed down for us us and then me and lenny and the kids sat down and we went through like fifty one night and and it was like okay who are your is so hard to hard but <hes> you know we'll keep all those and do it again and again and again and it's my favorite part of of being a you. You know whatever you call me. You know singer songwriter recording artists or whatever i mean that's to me. That's the dow's the most fulfilling moment i think i've experienced in in this in this job is when when we showed up in town and i was able to give this lady a hug and <hes> her kids had written me you know letters and i sat in the car and it was so clean and and you know from from my experience with craig i remembered how nice that would like to sit in a car that started when you turn the key you know and you push the button and the window works and you're hot in the air makes you cold. There's just this like those the things. I think you know now lay narrow k. financially right now and we it's funny how fast you take those things for granted but i know where those people aren't. I love reading the submissions and the people that write the submissions. Are there crags themselves like just to to sit down and write essays about someone they love love and why they need a car or need assistance so it's it's a really really gratifying fulfilling fun part of what i'm able they do now and that craig fun stuff can be found at walker. Hatestock cost all over the pallbearer bobby craig shirt you know those were everywhere and and <hes> i didn't steal that from miami team set up the fun but it's all the people out there that are filling it yeah the money. It's my the the fans. I mean they're. They're the most i know. It is an amazing. It is an amazing feeling and you you know walker. You're an awesome hampshire like no. He you know people ask you to sign like pimp and joy stuff like you're one of the original joy tempers because of the theme song. It's like that's something to where i i know exactly what you're feeling like watching people rally together for a cause and reason in a movement and it's so cool to see people react and they want to be part of something bigger and better because that's what convinced me. It's what the cregg funds y'all and the salat similar similar to your mom. I'm sure you're you're like to to me. It also like that elevator thing. She grabbed me see you must have been you're listening to the bobby bones show her okay so maybe read maybe heard you talking about her and then read something and in something in written about you talking about her you said she she i mean she was choosing joy and at the hospital in the anderson when she would be like having a rough day like going to get treatment and it's just like <hes> but she knew everyone else at m._d. Anderson was probably having really rough days to sushi would make an effort to talk to people on the elevator like such a cute sweater or or whatever and i'd like who talks on the elevator but she did and i guess you picked up on that and then. I don't know that we've ever talked about how you decided it. That was the the spark and you have to like. That's the thing that's that's what i feel about. Craig is like just the way he spoke to me that first night and now full circle were just dropping cars on people because other people are doing and then that happens outside of us like but you know we'll meet people in line and they'll they'll say hey i donated. I just gave some money car because i heard about your friendship but you have to fill the you know the same same way about. That's just a cool thing how small to me something can be in a couple of years ago by and it's a firkin franchise like it's it's just happening and it's all it was literally because of love it was was because one person just wasn't in love with himself. They were actually in love with everybody else. Just for a second and then bone mississippi. I know craig was when you talked about releasing the song in it being public like oh. It was like oh always still does it was uncomfortable for him because he wasn't doing it for any sort of he didn't want praise or recognition he just wanted to again just bless y'all and so but but for him and because his wife they felt it was put on their heart this what they needed to do and they were obedient with that at like. This is the domino effect like oh. This is the the blessing plum blessings and blessing and it's multiplying and y'all are keeping it going and walker with your platform form like an y'all's fans together. I mean hello you'll do have these are the haze of our lives basically our own soap opera affreux thing but y'all are y'all are using y'all are doing good with it and i think that's what's important. Some people like i don't really wanna talk about it but when you do it's it's not like for bragging because you know that it's possible because of everyone and also to inspire yeah it is craig didn't even wanna play the song for his kids. That's how you know humble. He is about kind of recognition and then on a yellow and a funny. We know one songwriter came up to me and he was like do that. Same thing happened to me. Somebody gave us a car and onsite shiro's song was originally a thank you for for him and then it was never meant as an album addition yeah. Let's listen to this hook one last time in case craigslist thing craig. If you're listening this goes out to you sound cool right not from salako stealing figured out church again i jazz with a man but <music> tight with them a lyrical genius you know he will listen driving leaving awesome. Hey laura hey so. That's another song to walkers trying to shut up but you can go download. Yes you do so walker. I have tattoos that are super personal to me like i have joy tattooed on my mom's handwriting on my wrist and then i have awesome s. spa right below that which means hope in grill and that was just for me like our adoption process took five years so obviously having lost my mom having joy wait in writing on my wrist is a big deal and then spa. Is there as everyday reminder as we were going through that process of like don't lose hope this is going to happen. Even though there there were days where i thought okay this might not happen but that was my reminder and so i know that you have oakley's footprint on your arm and so i know like even getting into this right now. I think it is something i know. It's so personal for y'all. I appreciate you sharing but even something thing like that every day having to look down. I'm sure it has sometimes like for me. Sing my mom's handwriting. It's like so special but then sometimes it's also hard yeah and so how how long has it been since she was and she would be one year in about two months now. Okay gene six asking uh yeah and <hes> you know you just talk about. I <hes> lesnar kinda decided together sure <hes> to not be private about this and i think one of the reasons we did is because there were a couple people that were not private about their own experiences that showed up for us literally. The day of like i'm talking about wilde leaning was in this in in the operating room and i was there alone by myself. <hes> what was the girl's name michelle. Her name was michelle. I remember name. I've only seen her once in my life and that was that that was that day and she showed up and she began to just talk and walk me through her experience of losing a child and <hes> had she been private or never reached out to any organization that cared about that happening to someone else. We would have been completely lost that day. I didn't know you know this sounds silly but when when when you you know laney had a stillborn she she carried oakley nine months that morning. We thought we were going to have a home birth. We are so excited. I was supposed to play on the cit awards that night like i tv he anything just a lot of excitement and happiness and then you know she goes into labor. Her uterus ruptures an hour and a half later. A doctor walks in to to me in a room and says hey you had a little girl. We tried to resuscitate but we could and so. I'm just sitting there alone alone. I don't know like i wa obviously wanna get to my wife. I don't know if i'm supposed to meet. Do you do you do you do you hold a dead kid. Do ah that's just a that's like one question in my head like. Do you hold her. What do you do like what are we about. If we're going to have a funeral like do you get rid of them. At the i mean i'm clueless listen. You know what i'm saying. I i had no idea and then in the meantime <hes> emotionally. I'm never experienced an enlightening arg arg. We go through this together. You know i look at this tattoo still on my arm and it reminds me. I had a bay. Ida kid a baby. I held a kid of mine a real life child in my hands foot and another foot and hands in and and hair and a face that lead. There's look like another one of our our kids and so yeah. I don't really know what question i'm answering but i think start off by saying we would be vocal about it because it's not just us you know people lose people all the time and it is a shocking lonely emotion emotion and people grieve differently. I needed that girl michelle. They're more than anything <hes> she walked us through getting pictures of oakley and <hes> she helped us find the cemetery where we would eventually go look and bury our daughter next to hers which which was our are shattering just like kind of of that that was just like a. I don't know what what you call it. It just lays very we fell in tears. Here's you know when we when we saw lucy is her name. When we saw her name laney nine literally broke down in just shambles and then then a dog came up and peed on grave and we we laughed. We just laugh laugh so hard and we needed that dog two p._m. Great we were like this. Is the perfect spot. We're like it's just like a house dogs everywhere and there's you know lucy here but it's just the world when you know we still are in like i said i still look at her footprint and i go that happen to us and it the happens to a lot of people <hes> and you know i'm tom miscarriages to mt sits and then people people just lose people lose grown up kids. You know something about it. Being the other way around. I feel like yeah. I lost and she she died too who young and she had cancer but it was sort of in the right order of like at some point. I was probably hopefully going to say goodbye to my mom and i will to my dad because that's what we consider to be the natural progression of life so with y'all having to experience especially after you've got six kids. It's like well. We're giving bursts of this verdict on this before route to meet our new baby and then to do a one eighty and then not like that's. That's a whole different yeah territory even to where i'm just like i would know what do you do do you do you hold them and do yeah. Do you take pictures sue ya i mean and michelle what a blessing that that she was there and then lane he's not you're in surgery right so i i mean he went through a lot of it alone because i was in surgery for what a couple of hours and <hes> and at this moment after that. Do you hear her state. I i wasn't really honestly it. Just was such a blur. Wasn't i realized later. I guess how close you know. Laney was to dying <hes> i. I was assist oblivious again. I'm concerned with you know with oakley. 'cause you're look on it you. You know you're looking at minutes. You're like fifteen minutes ago. There was a heartbeat heartbeat or you. Can't you know can't be done now. Like are you sure you sure and you and you're just like no no way this is that this is happening and then i could i could sense distress in the doctor as he continued to visit me and say hey. We're trying to stop the bleeding. We're doing everything we can and they would vanish and then i'd be like what did they say to me. Like does it sound. It doesn't sound like it's over yet you know and so yeah yeah i mean that was freaky and then the the the worst part of it all was <hes> was when laney came to and and she was she was she added to her mouth so she couldn't talk to me and she was very very drugged and sedated and <hes> she lost a ton of blood. <hes> during surgery associates zoo was coming out and awake from that and and she would look at me and i'd be like oh she's going to you know she going to say something about got it and she would touch her stomach and i knew she was like trying to say like what you know. She wanted me to say we had the girl. You know whatever and then i would tell her. I say you know as a girl. She didn't make it and then i could just see lenny's body physically just convulse just go like i thought she was gonna have a heart attack because she couldn't couldn't talk or say anything she could just cry and i would just see tears in tears and then she would kind of pass out and then fifteen minutes later. We do it all again like she wake up like like i never told her anything and so over and over you know i've i've continually felt i had to answer learned and so you know that completely sucked and then and you know laney leaning on we it's like we're some somebody explain it some. You may not like a therapist but a dear friend said psyche are both in the in a car wreck at the same time like exactly the same time and then forever will always always be telling each other what happened in our wrecks like it was the same rack but differ wrecks and and you know i i feel so bad you know for for laney because when she woke up she lose just a kid we're done. We can't have you she she. She woke up and got told where you're done. You're not have you can't we're not having any kid would be irresponsible of yuda to to to become you know pregnant again and that is so hard you know for for me to watch. Laney is just this what she was born to do. I swear to god that is is just she. She was suppod and know that when i met her eleventh grade i didn't know she was just she was made to raise raise and love and nurture and care. You know for kids but that is <hes>. That's where she belongs. She's she's supposed she's gifted at that next level <hes> gifted and so she's been struggling with that <hes> truth you know that she's you know what do you call it. You're not like birth control but she we have what use the wall come on. Somebody help me the goalie. The eternal goalie never never goes away. You're eighty are you she. She does that birth control now. I'm just saying she's on that but we she and i laugh and we're like i hope i still hope like i still hope you know like i hope i hope you get pregnant and that's like maybe god's way of saying. You can't stop this train. I mean it's crazy. How big those desires are you know. Yeah like walker said not only did. I wake up and realize that we had lost. We didn't know she was a girl so we find out it. It was a girl we lost her <hes> and then they say you know they were able they. They wanted to do a hysterectomy but they couldn't because has of how much blood loss and they didn't think i could survive it and all of that so <hes> anyway they did not do a hysterectomy so for walker. May we're going. We'll maybe ether still a chance. You know like that's how badly we love having kids like that. Is you know his his only dream is not music but that is that is my dream dreamlike. I love having kids and just pouring everything. I have into them like <hes>. I don't know so yeah to wake up and to realize we were done and that you know that wasn't our plan. You know that was our plans. Just getting completely halted in told. You know you're doing one eighty from this. Actually you know <hes> is hard is so many layers to process to taken so many levels of grief grieving oakley after losing her. I'm my body has a hard time healing and then it's the things like your milk still comes in you know a day or two later and it's such a harsh reminder that you don't have a baby baby <hes> and so you have these physical things you're dealing with the emotional toll <hes> you know you're almost still in so much shock. It's kind of the lord's way of protecting you. You can't take it in. It's hard to even grasp. It's a process of grieving because you can't you can't really understand the weight of of it immediately <hes> and yeah we had so many people therefore uh-huh <hes> the people at the hospital the steph. We didn't know i mean holder older spend time with her hugger. Love what you can <hes> trying to memorize are features. You know you just look at our toes and you ages like studier up looking at her because you're not you won't. You're not gonna see her again. A photographer name kelly showed up and did pictures for us and you know then i said leila's our only child that met her and held her but i said you know don't take pictures on your cell phone because i don't know that you want that in your camera camera roll and i regret that i mean you know i didn't know i it's not you're not taught on how to do this and so we didn't take snapshots of her but thankfully aac kelly was there and did pictures of her and that's all we have and so <hes> i am so thankful because i mean what i what i do things differently in in some ways yes but in other ways i'm so thankful that these people all showed up because they helped us grieve in the healthiest way that we possibly could going through something like that and we wouldn't have known how to do that <hes> how to walk through losing her and and then you know it's the things you're not expected for. You know you're holding you're holding you're dead baby and you just it is the weirdest thing they look just like every other newborn than we ever had and you are. You're physically staring at them going. Please just breath like there's you know you just think oh. They're gonna gonna start breathing. You know this isn't true. You know they're going to breath the you know it's just hard to it's hard to take it in because you you really are and the other thing and this is you know maybe a lot of information but she was cold and so the mom and you just keeps kind of wanting to snuggle her up and hold holder close and rapper up because you know she's cold and <hes> you know spiritually. I'm going. She's not here you know. This is just her shell. She's not here. She's very much alive. Just not right here with me but the mom of you can't get past the this is her physical physical body that you want to care for <hes> even though you know she's not there but it's it is traumatic and traumatizing zinc and we do want to share her story because if it can help somebody like you said not feel alone if it can you know if we can help somebody grieving even the healthiest way that they can you know we wanna. We wanna do that also therapeutic. I mean selfishly just to relive it. <hes> i can stowe just as we talk about it. There's there's still shock here. I mean it really is there. Her picture is at the it's. It's in our room. It's in our room where it all went down and <hes> i mean some nights we just sit there and talk you know and and look at her picture and still absorbed. It's like this happen to us. You know like you said is probably a miracle that you can't if you could if you could feel it all at one time you'd probably just explode you know your your heart would stop or something but yeah <hes> we we were so lucky the the commute this community <hes> not gonna lie like artists. We're so competitive like we just compare each other to each other and we wanna. We wanna be friends but we want to be sell more albums than the other one or i do speaking personally but i'm gonna tell you something when something like this happens or when it did to us <hes> <hes> we had a meal that day from russell dickerson's <hes> family him and his wife that day <hes>. I know they were busy. <hes> seem t stuff and she she laughed and homemade. The most incredible lasagna's ensued buckets filming we. I don't think we paid aid for a meal or fixed a meal. She you know oakley. We lost ugly in june on june sixth and i promise you we have food till september mo- more food that we could eat you know an and for us to be you know we felt it took us a while like just get back out into life so you know and so the last thing you wanted to do was was why worry about where we gonna eat tonight and and so yeah i mean it was we were so well. <hes> <hes> taking care of craig and laura showed up. They met they met oakley. They held her that he actually officiated like a little a funeral service service. Mama boys and i buried her. I we've filled it the whole up with dirt and you know craig and laura were there and we were. We're just surrounded by. We had a lot of family and friends. Show up that day and you know it's. It's a tricky situation for all of us to navigate. Nobody knows what what to do and you know. Death is awkward. It can be awkward for all of us. We don't know how to walk through it really nobody i mean people talk about it but <hes> well. I think y'all being willing to share your story and then kind of also to it is that that's an accurate statement. Death is is awkward <hes> so it's like just people should just show up. I mean it's a reminder for me to hear that to and i think other people listening like if you know someone's gone through something. Sometimes you just don't wanna be in the way or you don't wanna like you. Don't really know well. Whoa i'm not that close to them but i mean i i've sympathy for them. I empathize or whatever the case may be like. I hurt for them right now. Because i know that they're hurting and this has got to be painful info like but what do i do and so i don't know like sometimes we do nothing yeah but it's i think the spotlight reminder that just just do if it's on your heart like don't ignore that just do and i know probably the people that sent meals and you you know publishing companies and labels and you know so many people were providing food for us and that might seem silly and small to them but it really did people wolf feeding us through august it was i mean it really was such a blessing because physically i couldn't for a while and then after that you just trying to pick up the pieces i mean you just are trying to your best to maintain some sort of let's get back into life light. We can't just hole up in our house forever <hes> and and to have that taken care of and provided for us it really was that was huge that was so huge and that was maybe people saw that a small just okay. I'm going to send them a gift. If card for ubereats or whatever people might have done. I mean it it what you're saying amy. That's like to me the us us experience in that and and the people that did show up <hes>. It's it's to me like the right answer in that case that you're talking about. I feel the same way like. I only know that guy that will like it's going to be weird. You know if i show up and i feel like the right answer takes the most courage orig- in and like craig humanity how scary it would be to drive up to a dude son base- baseball baseball game son's baseball game and be like take this car like. I can't imagine a more frightening thing to do and the same thing about michelle showing up for me that day. I'm not like i'm i'm. I'm pretty angry person in amid psych emotions like that so i can't imagine being on her side of that waiting room and talking to a completely silent man whose wife isn't even out and okay yeah and just start black and just start telling my story you know that's just not had that required some serious bravery <hes> <hes> so yeah. What i'm saying is probably like it's good just yeah i mean that's what i'm receiving from this now and even a reminder to myself and then sometimes when you're hesitant on sharing your story and sometimes it may hurt but i think about it too is it's therapeutic <hes> and then also oh like michelle. It probably was painful. It probably walked her through her entire thing and she's having to relive it but somewhat therapeutic but also now it gives not that you want to give you have to find. It's almost like you wanna find the reasons why things go bad. It's not like there's a whole that will everything happens for reason or like okay well. This is what happens that we can better prepare me but for me i think if you look at it like <hes> we had this really crappy situation like this sucked but in order to make the best of it. I have to look for the ways to make this better league. You can choose to live in the crap and make it crappy and it be a horrible situation relation like the whole like my mom's gains losing her to that could have been like we could have just lived in the crap. It sucked it was brutal. The things i saw i will never unsee unsee and it was horrible and nobody should have to die that way like it just was not right and you know there till her last breath i even laid with her dead body for like an hour with my sister and thought it was awkward but it's like my sister. I made a choice like okay. What are we going to do from here on out. What's the legacy arena you know. Just sit in this yuck or we gonna like look for how we can help others with this you know and so then now. That's what we've done and i feel like to y'all sharing your story. That's what you can do is look for the reasons for michelle. Yeah i mean she went through it but then choose able to help you and she was set. She was like your angel that day. Walker i mean like a huge blessing and then now y'all are going to be that for somebody else because it the stuff is going to happen in life life it is but when you put yourself out there and you open up like you have an opportunity to be that angel for somebody else like a guarantee you somebody listening right now like it is ben or god forbid like somebody listening and then you know something like a year or two later. Something may happen with this podcast may right and they may remember oh. Oh gosh like they know what you're saying in that things like remember to how to how to grieve and everybody grieves differently but <hes> and not that you went into necessarily exactly how you grieve the process but just for y'all being open and sharing. I'm so thankful and i i appreciate you opening up for my listeners to hang with amy okay so now it's gratitude time and i want to hear the fourth thing so technically because it's time to today. We're going to get eight eight eight. Things yeah well walker. You get four in lane yuga four and it's just something fun to do because you know with with gratitude when you practice that that's what brings true joy and so that's where all about on the podcast so we want to encourage that and maybe it'll get other people to be thinking about their grateful for today. Okay what me on the spot here well. Obviously i mean i'm not just saying that but i'll tell aleni ninety this all the time and <hes> i mean i. It's it's so cheesy but i'm grateful for her. You know who i. I never would have thought you know i mean. I guess i'm halfway through life here and i'm just really glad you know that i have. I'm glad i found her so early. <hes> <hes> my best friend just just somebody i wanted just the whole whole mahan through everything you know and even the worst stuff you know i i've. I feel like i've experimented holding lenny's hand through all things and <hes> she's. There's no one else i'd rather like get old with. I'm obviously grateful for her. I'm so grateful for all of my children living and gone <hes> they are unreal. I learned so much from my kids. <hes> about my own broken nece and i don't know they make me laugh but they also just make me love life <hes> even more. I'm grateful for <hes>. I'm grateful for music. You know music. <hes> brought us together. <hes> it is <hes> always tell laney this she she makes fun of me because i'm so emotionally attached to all music but it it truly is. I can't imagine a life without it. I can't imagine a life without being able to make it <hes> for therapeutic reasons <hes> it has saved my life a billion times and <hes> <hes> it's it's given me <hes> purpose and then <hes> and then my last no but not least grateful and i don't really know how to say this but <hes> right now. I'm i'm. I'm grateful eight for the bible. I'm grateful for that book <hes>. I don't know everything in it. <hes> i don't know how to apply you know verse after verse but i'm grateful that that is a resource for me at this time in my life as i kinda add up all my experiences and try to move forward as an old man <hes> i'm glad it's there for me and the man and it is in their <hes> with me so i love those four things you walker. I'm going to try to not jump all over the things he's souza's so i can't ask wish i'd gone. I this is super generic and it's kind of a you know wonderful like miss. America can answer but <hes> i know right. Ms alabama doesn't really suit me very well but <hes> but i'm going to just go generic with love on the first one. I mean walker spin more. Tom than you know so just talking about love just how you know. How do we love each other better. How do we live our kids better. How do we love other people. <hes> obviously veasley. We have a handful of people in our life that have really impacted us in that have taught us shown us <hes> you you know craig other friends reading about jesus whatever i mean. It's we an another book. We're both kind of reading right right now. I mean we are constantly talking about. How can we just love other. People better <hes> so that's just kind of generic a little bit <hes> second one. I want to say laughter because that gets us. Through a whole a ho ho ho lot yeah and you know i'm sure soon as walker feels like the gesture of the family but unlike we laugh so much when he's home and i'm so grateful for that <hes> it gets you through anything using. It's like us trying to pick out a burial plot for oakley in it's the worst experience you can even imagine walking through and then he makes me laugh. He makes comments and we just giggle and i'm like golly. I'm so thankful for moments of laughter <hes> whether it's in the hard times or the super happy times and then the third i'm going and i have to say all of my living family. I mean at an walkers already touched on that and i can't say anything but kind of repeat what he says <hes> walker our kids living <hes> it's they are just such a joy in my life they because of all them it makes it harder to yearn for heaven because i love being here with all of them so so so much <hes> that they they are just my everything it's hard to not make them idols in my life because i love them that much <hes> i always always want to be with him and i just i don't know everything in my life. Just wants to revolve around them and then the fourth win. I'm gonna say oakley we <hes> because i can see the big picture of her and what the lord is doing with us having her and losing her and i'm so grateful it's it's a stretch to say. I'm grateful for that experience because it is more painful than i can even express but i'm so grateful for what the lord is teaching us and how he's using her life <hes> to change us and to reach out to others and just to make us more <music> outwardly focused and <hes> just i think a lot of the changes that he is working on us would not have happened without having having lost her and i wish those were lessons. We have learned without losing her but i'm not sure we were in a place to do that. So <hes> i'm very grateful for her and what her life even though it was just nine months in euro what that is really teaching us continues to teach us yeah well. I just love and adore you all so much so locker laney. Thank you for coming on value l. Everything's fine all end with a boom all four things and you know yes through the i can't even tell you how many times it got goosebumps when you are talking and and sharing and <hes> you know i yeah i'm. I'm grateful that y'all came on yeah. Do you feel famous. You're rocking it ain't but also you know you know the laws that technolog- no i'm killing now just stuff. I learned from bobby's yeah it is different though because i've been doing this a long time like thirteen years but with bobby so now to kind of be on my my own like a little bit we're looking forward to it and we've listened to a couple of them. You do a great job. I listen to him while i'm working out. Recipes sure yes on the first one even thinking stevenson came on in shared her yet so cute. That was his podcast debut. You don't thanks we all are great. <hes> and i will sales senior ought to bring all the kids over. I mean we talk about this all the time and it's happening. We're all getting together together. We'll just come over to your house because it doesn't matter about the yard of the house can't mess up anything here crooked and dangerous. It's awesome rusty. We're square court again. Well everybody go to walker hayes dot dot com. I don't know i just kissed like that but longer as dot com download all of his music walker really really quick. What is your favorite song. You've ever ever put out ever put out noggin ally. It's just don't let her. I know that's yeah. That's my favorite one. I me too but i just. I didn't know if there was some like you know obscure. Yes halloween is so good does it. I'm just trying to encourage people if they ever heard your music like how lean leyla louis stars or sorry leela star data on my money. Favorites loves that yeah but i mean this is the fun little coffee. David come on jimin fully end on this maternity. Thanks glitter you bet as roma's plea jam okay so that's walker and laney hayes. If you weren't familiar with them before today's episode will you are now and i hope you love them as much as i do. I appreciate them coming onto all four things with me and opening up about different parts of their life like they're so amazing you can follow walker on instagram graham out walker hayes and then on youtube. You got to check out these are the haze of our lives there little youtube show. Get it like these are. The days of our lives business or last name is hayes. He's so yeah. Give them a follow. Tell them how much you you loved them being on the podcast if you did i mean i'm not telling you all to just like lie but if you liked it never never hurts to reach out to someone and say hey thank you for sharing part of your life with us and <hes> thank you for doing these theme song like i love it. I personally love it behind us. Joy la la eke which that was our joy seeker. I mean we talked about it in the interview that already existed but the way walker turn it into my theme song. I love of it then of course pinton joy which the note i got for my email shout out. Today has to do with pimping joy so it's a perfect tie-in. I thought this was a great email to wrap up. The walker in laney hayes four things podcasts so this email comes from suzanne and suzanne. I love this. Thank you for sharing this email with me. Amy i just had to share the story story with you because it brought so much joy to me and i know it will bring the same to you. I recently made a big move into dc to live by myself for the first time i was absolutely terrified ride but i've faced that fear head on especially with the help of your podcast of you weeks ago. I was crossing a street with my dog and spotted a driver's license. I watched as tons of people stepped upped on or over it. It only took a second time but i picked it up and took it home with me. I send it back to the owner with a quick note. That said hope this reaches you in time. Just just a quick kind thing i could do for you. Hashtag pimping joy long story short after a very stressful week. I returned home to my little apartment to find a card in the mail with with a message that said you give me hope for humanity in this world <hes> suzanne great story. Yes you saw a license. You took the time to pick it up. You checked out the address. You mailed the person. They probably thought their license was gone. Forever which i recently lost my license and i still haven't gotten back and i still need to go figure out how to get a new one one. I don't know what i need to call and renew or go to the d._m._v. but the d._m._v. dislikes saying it right now. Sorta stresses me out but i'm sure that this person was obviously obviously so thankful and yes you gave them hope for humanity in this world by your little kind act and that is what tim enjoy is all about. I mean first of all susan eludes lose the fact that i think she's choose enjoy herself even though she was terrified moving to d._c. But then she decided to spread joy to others and pinton joy in a nutshell l. is about that choose joy stretch spread joy be joy. I know that i can't talk but somehow i had this podcast so choose joy spread joy be ajoy all things joy so shout suzanne and shout out to all of you out there that are pimp enjoy you can always post stuff on instagram instagram use the hashtag. If you want to get any pimp enjoy swag for yourself. Just go to radio amy dot com and that's where you can find a link pimping joy stuff same link that will take you to pinton joy. We'll also get you to a spa things which is our line that supports haiti and just a quick note on that we have launched the teacher for things tote bags and there's a code. There's a discount code for teachers and it's apple. Actually actually there's two codes that will work. You're only going to get still ten percent either way but two coats you can type in apple or west rock because we're doing whole thing on the bobby bones show with western awestruck coffee. That's like we're big west coffee fans and they do a lot of really amazing good things in this world. They even are delivering. I think right now like as i speak some four things tote bags to rwanda. Like how cool is that that teachers in rwanda or going to have tote bags four bags like it's amazing so if you are a teacher you can get the teacher toe which the four things on our already made teacher tote say caffeinate educate sleep repeat pretty cute if you i know we went back and forth on what the four things are going to be for our teacher tote and i know he didn't make everybody happy with that one but overall. It's been a great response but if we didn't make one the way you like it. That's the beauty of the four things so you can also customize your own own so that is super cool. You can just think of the four things you wish to our on your detail or art teacher dough and make your own so that's that's the fun part or make kit for a teacher in your life or maybe you're not a teacher but you've got kids and you wanna get your teacher gift. Well then order them. The teacher told pretty much every teacher can relate to caffeinate educate sleep repeat and what else there was one more thing associated. Oh yeah we are still working on a think around on september is when we will launch the sponsored teacher tote where we want to have you guys come alongside and sponsor some totes and then we're trying to get donations nations and maybe even people sponsoring like you know with funds like when you buy a tote you could check out and say like oh want to donate an extra five or ten or fifteen eighteen dollars or maybe you can't even afford to buy toby you can do the five dollars it'll go towards what we're going to fill the tote with to kinda bless teachers and then people are going to be able to nominate teachers and then we'll pick them and then we'll just mail them surprise tote full of all kinds of amazing goodies inside in that fun okay. We hope that y'all will join. We'd like need this is where though we need to rally the troops and spread the word. Y'all are amazing at that like i feel like we've got a great little community going here but this will be one where we've gotta just spread the word on facebook on instagram instagram. Tell your friends send emails. Maybe just tell your book club your mom's grew your. I don't know how you spread the word but word of mouth is is what we've got so that's what we've got to us which we can have same. Hey same way for this podcast word of mouth. Tell your people and subscribe that would be huge really just subscribing and rating reviewing is amazing. Maybe you don't have time to rate and review. Just click subscribe boom. Tell your friends go in your husband's phone. Click subscribe type. Maybe he'll start listening then. We got another male listener. I feel like every time we get a male. Listener and angel gets swings so okay. Y'all are amazing and again a shout walker laney hayes for never got never <music> little. We resell lifing pretty. It was pretty beautiful back instead. 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MK224: We Got Cabin Fevah! (Madame CJ Walker Quizlet, COVID19 Check-In, Tips For Surviving Quarantine, Digital Divide, Stimulus Package, Gen Z, Mandalorian 2)

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MK224: We Got Cabin Fevah! (Madame CJ Walker Quizlet, COVID19 Check-In, Tips For Surviving Quarantine, Digital Divide, Stimulus Package, Gen Z, Mandalorian 2)

"Welcome to minority corner where we take an introspective. Look at the world through an Intersectional Lens. I'm James he him. His I may queer political actor. Activists Comedian can Syrian self-proclaimed sexy blurred. That's a Buck nerd and each week. I'm joined in the corner by another fabulous minority where we tackled the news. Pop Culture Politics Media History and more all with a little self-care and south loves sprinkled throughout this week. I'm joined by faith. Folk some Bruce also known as Bj. he him his black tech professional video game enthusiast. Entrepreneur virtual reality envangelist and a bit obsessive about Comic Book. In sci-fi media also love animation both foreign and domestic Had this unique opportunity to travel the world for work and also for pleasure and I'm thrilled to be able to share my passions with you. The minority corner pockets where we have a packed show for you all to day we unpacked how we are surviving this current pandemic this corona virus our first pans AMAC. We do a quick check in of how it's going with our survival tips and experiences interested overall check in Fox. News has finally caught on board that this is not a Democrat Cokes. And they seem to be blaming millennials. But who are lentils really? We LOOK INTO WHY. It seems to generalize a single generation. I'm get on my soapbox because I am just so upset with so many things that are happening right now and it really comes down to something that went down in two thousand sixteen. I am not happy with a certain group of people and let's say rhymes with they should have motorhead. We also talk about. What is it GONNA take to get everybody on board to realize the seriousness of what is going on the only really beat this By coming together. Also how is this affecting? Lgbt Homeless Youth and during quarantine twenty twenty some celebrities tried to get involved in lift people's spirits and the Internet got mad because that's what the Internet does. The Democrats agreed on a stimulus package. And we're going to dive into what is coming at. Ya like Cleopatra and what's missing and the timetable for all that good stuff. Also some good pop culture L- news. Guess who's coming to the Mendon Laurien season two. I'll give you guess she's kind of connected to politics. We also talk about the digital. Divide with all this stuff. That's going on with corona virus. We look at how it's going to impact those who don't have access to Internet in rural areas quiz. It corner is coming back with a vengeance this week. Netflix has a series starring Octavia Spencer about Madame CJ Walker and. We're not talk about Madame. Cj Walker we're going to give Bj a quiz about Madame CJ Walker. How well do you know her? As we unpacked though wonderful four part series that is inspired by Madame Cj Walker Net flicks and. There's so much going on involving the Rona and what I'm GonNa do later on in the show we're going to break down. I have daily questions and activities and service things that you can do to sort of channel this energy. This is going to be an opportunity. We're GONNA make some lemonade here. Daily Quarantine Questionnaire essentially helping you to survive this corn team. This lockdown this social distancing south isolating so many names for this thing and different things that you can be doing if you're feeling helpless. I've got some tips for us. So you can take. You are getting involved in the action in cure because it is all hands on deck. This is not a drill. This is our moment what we've got all this and so much more. Get ready to learn laugh and play right here on minority corner and pay happy singing and we're colored. Yes we get same Quarantine High Five O. B. Well few well if you all were in the studio we're in the studio today studio we in the studio I come into you live. I don't know why they say that I'm podcast because it's not. I guess it's live for the listener because they're like I'm alive. Yeah Yeah I hope you're alive. There's a lot going on these days a lot happening out there. They're it's IT'S A it's a. It's a hard life four. Pm You know what? I bet. It's really hard for pimps right now Social distancing does not want this. Do you think that is going to be in this stimulus package saw? I care more about the Mississippi I care more about the sex workers. The ones who are paying they do. What percentage of that is the GDP Well if we really want to get a we go in a brass tacks on MSNBC we want to get to. The acts of SEX WORKERS SHOULD BE PAYING TAXES. Your tax money me bill my roads. Let's go how we build these schools sidewalks coming after us. Today we have Sex Work is weird wild. We both in the way. Yes you know the government views. Although there's definitely lots more combat can happen there is yeah some of the. Yeah who knows what's going on with them are like you know escaped from their countries. They have stories. I don't know their stories but they have So Pozniak forgive everything that happens on this. Today we are probably experiencing cabin fever your experiencing cabin fever. You're listening to this meal like is this a fever dream so we are now into. I had hadn't started counting the weeks or the days by know that we are in the middle of April at lockdown. But it's like a shelter in place here in California during the whole thing Released you know just two and a half weeks ago. We had Super Tuesday. Doesn't that feel like it was oh man feels like forever ago right a long time ago? Wow we yeah. Let's that happened. Like two thousand twenty or thirty foot. Long Year I've ever experienced my life with this year. just two weeks ago the NBA cancelled Basketball yeah that feels like a long time ago and then every other major sport followed suit yet. So how are you doing how? How's grown virus going for you? Not You don't have it no thankfully Krona Ville going for you. It is just surreal Part of it is you know. I'm definitely taking everything seriously. You know You know all the neighborhood. Block party no wonderfully Nantz of course while there is nine going on here in California not here anyway but I mean there are definitely. There's a sentiment out there that you know. There's just some people and I think partially because just mixed messages coming from all types of levels of government decide. Well there's all these messes I know what to believe. So it's probably not that big of a deal yeah You know part of it is just anxiety and concern for you. Know My mom and dad my parents which is you know. They're at risk Various families family members have are like in that at risk population with pre existing conditions Hate that term. We call it in medical history in Europe Yeah but we have to talk call preexisting conditions in America because of insurance. It's so expensive. But yes he's things that are just happening here so it's part of that anxiety And just kind of being careful trying to follow the recommendations of people that know what they're talking about Like the president of the United States Unfortunately not okay. Yeah Jackie. I see the governors of California New York The doctor that contradicts the president of the United States. Oh He's the hero story name so much first of all I think the man's accent things. Yes he oh. And here's the thing. Here's the gossip and we'll just say you know knowing. This chicken headed president. You know like 'cause the last week he was leading out she talk right like everybody else talk and his approval ratings of the highest that. They've been his entire presidency. It's at forty nine percent which is alarming to me. I don't understand how it's that high. I think he's had an so done with us. Human being again. I'm GonNa you know what I'm on my soapbox later getting get it on. Give you bring by soapbox can online it. Okay this. I'm so it's almost like every week. Something has gone down and reminded to say this is why you've oh all those people who didn't vote because they didn't like Hillary Clinton for some reason they decided not to vote. You know what fuck you is your far. Whatever you thought about Hillary. She wouldn't have fired the pandemic response team to three and a half years ago. We wouldn't be taking it seriously. It would have been take into shutdown. We'd be working with other countries like right now. We should be working with other countries. Like part of the Ebola response was sopping it in Africa so it didn't get over to here Malaria and SARS and Murray. Oh none of this happened in our bottom among administration. Um well yeah that's right. That's sort of the thing. Is that people so I mean this is. This is my first time I I So but I think like because no one's experience anything like this so they're just thinking like oh it's not not everybody but some. I'm trying to get into the mindset. Instilling actors get into this role. I don't I don't really think this is a real thing. The media's blowing it up. I've never seen this happen before. Because there were responses in place you take care of it so it never showed up to your doorstep. There were people who did this for A. Oh that's the garage sound. That's the garage. Oh we have his own studio special visitors. This is classic films live on an amazing live. Man. Y'All just a Kuwaiti taken out the carpet unbiased and unbothered this purveyor of the quarantine cafe. It's still hard at work so well man loved my dad. I'm Travis mcelroy. I'm Courtney Enloe I'm Brent Black and we're the hosts of trends like these. These is an internet news. Show where we take. The stories trending on social media and go beyond the headlines. We'll give you the actual facts of the story and not just the knee jerk reactions. Plus we end every episode with the ray of hope that we call the Wifi of the week. Join US every Friday on maximum fund. Or wherever you get your podcast trends like these real life friends talking Internet trends here back. Yes positive interruption from a garage door is not a problem in studio or no here in wouldn't studios some snacks were recording this. We're going to eat some snacks this happening not Asmar Guidance Paulsen and vans just remember. We got cabin fever. You got cabin fever. We got cabin fever venting. Ooh So I guess I'm going to get off. I got pushed off my car myself pockets by garage door anyways like go and vote because all these different things are are are happening. And they're They're they're so avoidable Also too I just want to point this out. This is not generation. This is not the millennials fault. I you know we so. I love to directory of like what like a Fox. News in general are going to die in Fox. News should be obsolete held accountable. I hope there was lawsuits You know they say like certain people are at risk. I mean honestly everybody's at risk because everybody has potential to carry it and if you are walking around with it even if you don't have any symptoms you're a carrier which means you're highly contagious. Which means you're putting everybody else out harm. So you're at risk your risk being a danger to other people Here somewhere a the fact that later. But I think like if you are knowingly walking around with it or something like you can be labeled forgot censor to some there was one guy charged The terrorist for terrorist threat. Yeah he Idiot I guess he was GonNa Positive and was in a walmart or something like licking stuff and he got charged and arrested for essentially terrorist threat. But does she think sense? That's just what Wa wow man I mean. Just the lack of just empathy decent. That's there which is unfortunate yom well. That's the thing is so well first of all I. I was GONNA say a baggage labeled as a terrorist but I can get the KKK liberal as a terrorist fighters member licking things suggests. He is absolutely terrorizing people domestic terrorists. Please put him away because he he's losses privileges of like being around everybody else Go sit in the corner and think about what you've done did oh back to Fox News so versus the directory of Fox News I. They're like this is a democratic hoax. And then that's when the guy in the White House says because he just watches Fox News and it's all of his marching orders from Fox News and then an democratic hoax and then when they did start believing it then they were blaming on the fucking millennials and they're showing millennials partying at spring break. And then you brought this to my attention millennials casts The youngest of them have graduated college. Probably a few years ago. They asked doing break. Loretta millennial you're at spring break. Get Spring break is not for you. Use most a bit out of spring break. We're not ten degrees. You Grad suited. Keep studying. I know you ain't got no money for spring break because I know the parents are not paying for at this point. Spring break is not for you. I keep in your this. This thing that keeps getting had like millennials. Keep getting blamed for a lot of shed and now I'm realizing I'm like oh I just I just take it like I guess that's is you know it's like well. I don't you know that's not me. I'm not that kind of a millennial I'm like you know An older millennial you know barely a millennial five years into it but then I realize hold up no generation Z. Is Pretty fucking old GAL fucking? We're getting trouble for the middle child of generations right now and like it's not is yeah. Yeah it's generation Z. Who you're talking about this like the it's weird because on the one and they're they're marching for like you know I about the the guns in school and then Lima chains like there's this wonderful kind of ground swell from these like junior high school high school early college students. I'm Mike Man. How encouraging this is you. Have this really politically active Kind of mindful young people that are coming up their seniors issues. And they're like no this. Is You know not right. This not the world we want left to us. We see how much are older? Brothers and sisters are struggling. And that's not what we want for Ding Ding. Dang spring break. We're like my way those rotavirus. We don't care all people Lewis goes to show you. Can't just generalize any generations activity necessarily right. There's those same kids that are. Maybe that's the same generation but a different group that are out and basically disregarding social distancing and flattening the curve and all those wonderful things are supposed to be doing right now be video. The video of the kids have an outdoor party. Wvu Yeah and the sad thing is like you know I. It's not until he doesn't saying we have to wait till our rock Hudson. It was with Rock Hudson. That put a name. To the face of AIDS in immed- people able to relate and connect to it and see the realities of it. They're like oh I know him and brought it home. So maybe that's what folks are needing something like that. I think we're a lot of people to become a real until they just really see it. You know and unfortunately like it shouldn't have to take to take it to that level Because there's so many preventative things that you can be doing to me. It's like I. Italy was my wakeup call. Like seeing what's happening in Italy and it was like I've been here macron virus since like November. I actually cut. I cut a segment from Avi Who is on? Who's talking about Corona Virus Back November? And I was like what is this Nope next got ed and I feel terrible. 'cause Avi was here sounding the alarm some like you crazy but I think like Salt Lake with AIDS. It wasn't a rock. Hudson died that people saw. Oh you know face. They put a face to it and hopefully like. I think that's what it's GonNa take us. You know someone like this is what's going to happen people around you are going and not trying to be like you know it's common. I'm not going to be a fearmongering but just being very realistic about. It is about fifty percent of people are probably. GonNa get it at some point. We do want to like like make it so not all that people are getting sick at once because the hospital system cannot take care of it. As we're sitting seeing an Italy it's the system is crashing. There's there's they're having to then make drastic decisions of. Who's getting you know why? And it's like our just have to be kind of uncomfortable right now. Though he was so the worst part so club was on. Msnbc unreachable motto. And I felt so Rachel. Her husband contracted coronavirus. Ivo Bags I like dragged him overture for later. You know weeks on end about politics. Not About her personally leaguers her as a person she find. It was pretty to fees to what was happening. I think one of the most tragic things is like she doesn't have a husband dies and he's like coughing up blood and she can't go to the hospital to be with him and I think that's one of the hardest things about this station. Is that like you can't go. Be With that person who needs that help gray. I mean that's just such a hard thing to deal with when you're you know a A. Interestingly it's like this comparison climate change where we have this. Existential threats It's out there and there's like these subtle signs that are coming into all the sudden. It's like oh now we're GONNA have the most powerful floods and the most powerful hurricanes and the worst fire season and all these things like getting worse and worse and breaking record after record But you know until it gets like your house is in the flood. Your House in a hurricane people aren't carrying as much and it's like the same thing you have this invisible enemy in everyone's passing around this misinformation while some people don't have symptoms bureau to flu and you know and You know just get this stuff. That's just going around and people just figure well. Hey if it's not happening to me or anyone I know then. It must not be that bad but it's literally leave is coming. It's tolerant to it. It's like you're supposed to feel like you're doing this for nothing because that means that nothing happened which is like when people I I never seen. No he swine flu. Lloyd good working around the clock to make sure that that shit to you. Do you want to talk to? The congress is finally able to pass these newest package so he just went to like give a little update for what's going to be in that because I the other Republicans try to pass Mitch. Mcconnell who Mitch McConnell go into a room and create a bell and what did he think we were like? Oh yeah that's and luckily this bill needs. I think like sixty voting ma'am. He doesn't have the votes to pass so good jobs doesn't eighteen. You showed up. You voted Luay Wave. Also there's like four Republicans who are at home sick with a corona virus and they can't vote I it's so dumb that we haven't made precautions that why are these people still voting in person? Like there's no backup plan. They all touch the same machine all from stay stand together closely when they're doing a press conference Sorry come on man when they're in meaning in Congress like it's the only does them. It's their staffers. And they're all talking to each other Rand Paul. Who when he has while he was waiting for. His test was using the gym facilities. Go into work talking to people go into meetings while he was waiting the results of his tests and even is a doctor. Oh man he's a libertarian. He's like I don't need no government. We just just not so stimulus package. Here's what's going down in the nuts and bolts. Here's some quick nuts and bolts of it so two hundred fifty billion are for direct payments off individuals and families. I'll talk about what that is specific little bit later sooner. Fifty billion an unemployment insurance five hundred billion for distress companies three hundred and sixty seven billion for small businesses a hundred and thirty billion for hospitals one hundred fifty billion for state and local governments and they had to fight tooth and nail to get that one hundred and thirty billion for hospitals. I'm quitting the original. Bill was like everything businesses. Here's some Cubans so essentially one hundred thirty six billion Are You One hundred thirty six billion are for the hospitals am businesses are getting five hundred billions so hospitals are getting a fraction of that Someone kind of made the same equivalent. It's sort of like sending people off to war without the right so I mean they don't have enough P P P E. Yeah you know me you wreck yourself. And they got whacked all the personal protection equipment Hang out enough. They just they don't have enough and governor Cuomo Who's pretty much surprised? The United States right. Now there's people who are like. He's not my. He's not my governor but I listened to his press conferences. 'cause they bring me reassuring exactly he's the one that's making the most soothing exactly is on the ground front doors On the front door gotta go home so But it's like yeah like sending people off to war without the right armor. Essentially you know or the right equipment. So that's insane Yeah so under this plan. That was being negotiated. Single Americans will receive if you're single all missing ladies auto simulator. You GotTa get twelve hundred dollars married couples. You'RE GONNA get two thousand four hundred dollars which is just twelve hundred times. I did the math. I was like wait a minute. It's the same thing that's different parents are. You will get five hundred dollars for each kid. So yeah if you had. A bunch of kids lists arrived yet and then checks. Here's these payments are going to phase out so if you have seventy five thousand dollars or more phases out around there and if you have a makeup ninety nine thousand dollars or more you get in you find an okay Donate about ninety percent of Americans are going to be eligible to receive full or partial payments according to estimates by the Tax Policy Center I think also too for some of these businesses. The idea is that these businesses will hopefully not want the fire so many people are building temporary layoffs or be able to have the money to be able to the whole thing. They're putting on a lot of provisions that the Democrats are fighting for to make sure that companies weren't going to get this money and what sorry we saw to let everybody go. Here's money for the CEO's Stock Buybacks they put a lot of provisions a Lotta oversight into this. That was not originally in there. So Man Democrats are doing it for them so. I'm very happy that that's happening. I've talked to a couple of friends that actually you know. Own Small businesses our entrepreneurs venture capital For instance for the California like business and economic development stuff that's around covert nineteen like. He basically told me that. Like all funds that you have to be guaranteed against your personal home or assets of management so if you have vce investment and investors in startup that means you're basically getting the stimulus package but you having offer up your house as collateral. That's a catch. Twenty two right like one hell of a thing where you're like you're trying to innovate. You're on the edge. You've got this investor funding. They're probably going to open their pockets to give you any more in this time of uncertainty. So you go to the government for some small business help and find out that well unless you're willing to put your house on line or your and hopefully you have a house or yeah if you have a house or four one K. or kids college fund or whatever it is even if you have those things right so yeah yeah it's it's the devils in the details are also is You know One of my former roommates was talking to you about lake. They're having their living in New York. I'm so glad I laughed just in the nick of time And I there's a bit of class warfare happening too because not everywhere. There's anything it depends on. What your city your area but we also need to make sure this provision in there for people because a lot of things that like. So I like In California newsome's pushing to make sure that Mortgages and everything is so fast paced changing so like Google everything that we're saying because it could be completely different or could be. Everything is changing at such a fast rate So I'm but like something about like whole holding freeze on like having to pay your mortgage is right and that you won't be asked to pay those back mortgage payments that you had missed right. What are people are also does renting because my room ex-roommate is lake? There's nothing being you know. There's a provision for for them because they're renters and things happen just because they don't own a home. That shouldn't be penalized for that. Yeah yeah absolutely agree. Oh so this stimulus package. I feel like it needs a song less known it'd be like a more of an upbeat working on it. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA JAM STIMULUS PUTT again. Make an rains in Mulas Monterey. So here's the thing you can't play that. Song until Mick. Oh no that's the thing. The money might not be here until may whatever you fucking April. Yeah the here's the thing. The thing is banana has not considered this for. You should has bananas and even Chuck Schumer was like this. Bill is not perfect. I mean that's also the way that politics had to work like you don't always get everything that you want like you want. It's it's not just you know and I think people are not really recognizing their also fustrated because they're not getting everything they want. But you gotTa Play. GotTa play game. You don't play ball. I mean I get definitely the political by play. You know playing ball going through the process But also I mean I feel that there's very there's a few things up in national government out right hike. They should be good at supporting all of the states in the nation when it comes to national crises like we got you point of having a federation yes. That's the big. It's the big mom and you're late loops the I need. How am I supposed to be there to protect your? It comes to cutting checks. They should be able to come faster. Nat. Yeah No. You're so right. Because here's the thing that's estimation his I but they're looking at it took The IRS six weeks to send out those rebate checks With the Bush tax cut which I think everyone two dollars in two thousand eight the great recession. It took three months. So yeah you celebrate technology in direct deposit and apparently if you just file your taxes in two thousand nineteen you might see who into your direct deposit faster You just pay your taxes so nothing to the I was looking at because I used to work with the LGBT homeless youth. I knew forty percents Forty percent of homeless user. Lgbt now he just had this thought I was like fuck. How are they being rocked by this and especially the organization is in New York and it is it's not it's not good You know even some of the kids who are in some of these programs in New York City they. You know were unschooled. scholarships schools have been closed There's still like one of the folks who was running this origin. New Alternatives said that they just got four new clients youth who had just been kicked out of their homes in the middle of all. This you know how I don't know how you do that. And so they're also like you know Son homeless shelters are really not safe. Lgbtq people but they depending on their age have to go to the regular centers until it's team. That's not safe for them to go there to then come to the LGBTQ LGBTQ centers so yeah and like right now there is New York currently still up and running the LA foreign aid. There's still up and running. They haven't had any cases yet but they're making provision for F. Ing Wen on that does calm so it just made me really like really really side is think about you know homeless people. Lgbtq homeless youth homeless youth in General People in prisons. It just like fuck. Yeah I mean it's such a such a serious situation and I I think I'd saw one tweet. Someone put out like this epidemic is basically showing the weakness in every single system that we have an institution that we have in this country like. It's showing the cracks in the weak spots and literally from military to prisons to education too. You know this is safety. Net like everything is showing like. Yeah this is the economy businesses. Yeah businesses shouldn't I feel very fortunate because I like. My company is a pretty much ran by a nine. We have backing of a non American company Do they care about their workers? Because I don't think a lot of American companies do it's about the bottom line and you know they have a Rainy Day Fund. They are prepared for situations like this every company not every company but most companies could have if they stopped giving you know. Look at the. Ceo's how much do they show like how much the CEO's are making now compared to like you know a few decades ago where that money could have been going into preparing for you know if and when something like this does go down to be able to support the systems a healthcare system. This is why you need a government options because a private ties you know. Health Industry is going to be looking to cut corners. They're not going to have a surplus of beds. They don't want a surplus beds. There's no redundancy. There's you know everything's just you know to maximize profit and minimize people. And I mean you know. Certain things that are non-negotiable things like childcare healthcare grocery stores. We're finding out who are the essential workers of this economy totally and we need to increase their wages when we get back to normal right. Nurses Teachers Yeah everybody WHO's out there working today. The sanitation garbage like mail packages in truck drivers little out there pretty much risking their lives. So you can get your new Amazon equipment workout equipment that you just order and I'm talking about myself. Thank you Amazon. I keep working out because you know what summer whispered nobody. You don't care that you've got. The Ronan is running around. Do Yes sir off so doing it for you all at Instagram. And be like Oh. This is great so something just a few quick points We're we're talking about to just again like this reflecting on lake. I think it's a lot of time for reflection and we'll get into this in my corner by reaching for snacks would be like a Ninja. Getting them snacks. Get away from the microphone. I it's a very funky situation. I think oftentimes we can sort of go in and think about like. Oh my God business zone. Terrible for me and I don't want to negate it probably has again. This is my first pandemic too long this together but I think people who like you know the the digital divide out there to a lot of us have the luxury not a lot of us. But many I don't know this is a six. I'm not a scientist Dr Germ. I doubt now but many have the luxury of like the Internet Ray. I'm in so a lot of these. Students are being asked to go home and do work off the Internet. It's not the case for everybody. I mean it's such an issue I mean you know so fortunate per Lucia. You know I'm in a in a field and have a job where a still jobbins you get a paycheck coming in and be able to take care of those needs but You know there's so many situations out there where you know there's either jobs or you can't work from home. You have education where depending on where that person is situated in our social life. You know they won't have that when they go home and psych. You know their statistics already indicate that you know about sixty sixty. Five percent of educational outcomes for children in school are not based on the teacher. Or what's going on in school is based on. What's going on at home is you know. Is it a a single parent household? Is is money tides What's the mental health situation there? What's the nutritional health situation like at home Does that kid have access to internet or not And so when we talk about the digital divide. That's a big piece of it where you have all of these factors that are affecting the building for a child to get an education or a person to lift themselves up and you know there's always political talk about bootstraps and the whole point about traps. You gotTa have boots. I got boots. Dan Got Stripes has been burnt down given straps barefoot. People we only got no boots man like give gift make sure people have boots. I you know and and psych it's so I mean that's You know I did hear really uplifting story about the some of the school buses I forget what city was but their position school buses in neighborhoods with a new. Those kids wouldn't have Internet and they're basically getting the Wifi off the school bus mainly in the neighborhood. So that's like I said of just having the school buses parked somewhere while schools out bright to. I don't know who I don't know if this was Microsoft. Some something Internet your digital computer They're going to try to get like routers to Some of the youth who don't have Internet Internet access and things like that. They love like gotten like like times like this. Show the true character of not only the individual but the communities and the societies and. I think you're seeing some really really beautiful things happen out there On a positive note. We're going to switch into some pop culture so in good news guess who's coming amend Laurean who was REO DASA. Dr Dario Dario for Diode Dasa. And are your dose. She owned my goodness. I can't even say words words words all my goodness okay. She's coming yes she's GONNA play Shoka. Tato and I finally was like. Oh my God there were like. Finally we're talking about star wars for some years relate. We were virus in what? Now we're talking about Former potential first girlfriend Desire Dawson. Watch whiplash. That's what I call her. As it had cory booker wine she would have been the first girlfriend because to me so Yeah so she'll play Shumpert Tano. Who was in Star Wars Ride Service? Clone wars and. Then there's a spoiler some cover your ears see that is in Star Wars rebels. And if you don't know what I'm talking about it's fine that's the Google is for it but this is exciting. I'm because for one Hundred Austin. We love her and it just also check Shoko Shoka. Tano is a fan favourite. Who's only been in the animated series and the fact that she's now coming to the big screen or coming to like the live action world which is connected to the screen the big screen world. It's amazing yeah super exciting. Her voice was actually one of the voices In the latest Star Wars Film Yes New End raise being. She's Pat not passed out but she's laying on the ground fire. Okay from the other side way. You better get up and again out gone to a full. Your Ray Look at ranks. Use-of-force girl that's not Atanas Online. But that is what Gendai Djeddai. Cindy's a that. Cindy she's like go. Get out get up and go snatch the emperor's we've off go get him no he did not know he did not go. Slap your GRANDPA come out here part of a diet and talk about you can do it. You Bet you do it unless Cindy hoping that Cindy also makes an appearance someday for anybody. Who's who probably think that this is a real jet is and it is. So that's exciting. Oh you also have A. You saw something pop culture. All that happened I did So people are at home and their board and that includes celebrities and several people to and I get the bone got the Ronan Alba nine Adrian. No no what that girlfriend or wife of his not doing it right. How should I let her man get that move out of the way and let me go help him? He's Jealousy Odom. Yeah lots out What's interesting hey I mean people always find something to be mad about so but a bunch of bunch of shoes on my goodness like are you the theme of the. Let's say when it come back to you your say but you know. Oh you're so right you literally have hit it on the. I thought that when this thing. That's corona virus was happening. I thought it would be the. Irs like this is going to bring us together as Americans there will be no Democrat and Republican and then you see that like the Democrats are concerned that it's like eighty five percent of the Democrats are concerned about corona virus into like fifty one percent of Republicans. And that's like now growing. It was far letter. It's GonNa be a bipartisan thing. But you have Fox News or you know saying their things and then like even like within the Democrats were still fighting amongst ourselves. And I'm like we need. I'm tired. We need a row touch my face. Now I'm Dr Fallacy and trump is saying the mess you got me touching my face. Oh my goodness we can't even rally together right now. Like everyone is like it's it's upsetting. I understand you want Joe. Biden's do more we just. I'm tired I'm tired. There's more things to focus on right now. Right yeah how many how. How does it have to get before? We really look ourselves in the mirror as a society and be like all right. This is what we need to do. Not like not like a small portion of us. But I'm talking about urban. Everybody everybody everybody you know you. A person All right let's go. You're you on this earth to go. The maybe the problem is here. Everyone's voices are amplified and there's a lot of noise happening yeah I feel like if aliens were to attack even then. Oh It'd be a mess because of aliens were to show up and we don't something Oh we got to attack him. Oh No don't you attack them and then when they start attacking well. Why are you leading? You need to and you know what would be be. Twenty percent of the people will be like these ailing videos of fake Baden deep state. Jonathan like Oh my God for reals like yeah I do feel like there's this Yeah there's a combination of a lot of things in our society partially with this. You know we've had this great growth in the information age more anyone. Everyone can have this voice to put themselves out there which is like this beautiful kind of Utopian Vision but also before that you had to have some sort of sense of credential generals and accomplishments of the vetting process. Free to kind of get to where you are. Yeah and now we have a world where if you see posts on your news feed. They could be side by side one could be from a PhD. That's worked their entire lives on The scientific principle and one can be a speculator that is in the middle of Montana with their shotgun. And those two articles side-by-side on your computer screen look exactly the same. Take the exact amount of area in space on your screen Depp. And there's no way to vet will what's making this article better than that article right. And then they both get like equal time in the media anyways. Not Everything you read on the Internet a stroke. This is absolutely true wise over the celebrities doing so these celebrities you know I guess. A group got together Out of good intention what I'm assuming And they you know decide to song you know. Imagine all the people that type song I wanted to watch it to get some hope I got busy. See that's sad well D- be glad to wash it because you might have been outraged because they're talking about imagine the world without possessions and they're like what you and your house Joe Manchin. I just lost my job and it's like well. Hey you have a point but also these adjusts celebrities trying to spread some goodwill a little bit. But Hey maybe it was a little bit of bad taste but we got bigger problems. Aw I'm tired. That is so true. We got bigger problems just like everybody needs to stop the petty things like even within the everywhere. Like if this isn't helping the the broader humanity thing dropping. Pick and choose your battles. We're not dealing with US right now. We got a building on fire and the firemen are on the street arguing about the uniforms badges and like turn on the hoses turned it on and just turn. I don't care what badge where I don't care about the socks turn on the. I mean the badge. Oh anyway. So that's that's you know it's kind of a side thing but it's an interesting kind of even with things the way they are because this pandemic is not equally distributed yet me coming but it's like I literally look at the news and if it's not there think of this as a coming attraction you know trailer coming this spring because you know it's not coming this spring black widow fast and furious. Why on my any of those movies you're planning on seeing. That's not coming breaks. My heart I was. I was so excited rex heart. Oh Gosh we're in the middle of a marvel movie marathon re watching it and timeline order. I just keep thinking they it's gotta be fucked up because black widows not going to be in it's rightful place. It's GonNa be all wild. This is so crazy how some industries are just impacted just just done and some industries are just seeing a huge boon right now. you know like The streaming services video games paper also. I- i- cartoons. They're able to like so the Fox animations or running full steam ahead. They've found creative ways to do. They were already had for their season. Because they Dr- start so much earlier But they're able to re the do re records or record new episodes from like their homes and there's a new system where animators are able to work from their own homes as well. And so. Yeah you're GONNA like big mouth by the Simpsons Family Guy. They're all running full steam ahead so you might see her lot more animation coming your way. Oh man something else yum alright. Well we're going to jump into one of our corners when we come back C. J. Walker Walking down the street with her mill gins her bill against Zillions. Ibm looks good. Not Two hundred she make and all the money and living right next door to doing it for herself madame. Cj Walker feeling that should be a new animated series coming to you on ABC's Saturday morning. Kids does that slap in never did great. It's coming on to you on Bt Morning Cartoon Show Cartoon Does V. Saturday morning cartoons slot. It's going to be on their this. Go Not in C. J. Walker away bt never had a morning cartoon show never did oh well we'll keep shopping around see we can do tv one. Okay so there is a Netflix. Mini series. Happening live on your television screen. And it's live when you press play. That's the great thing about how these things work. So it is a series. I as I do point out the make a point. That is madame. Cj Walker story that is inspired by her life so it's not necessarily the liberties they got an atom the drama Got To so we talked about Madame. Cj Walker years ago on this podcast. I'm so we watch the NETFLIX series. It's a four part series Amazing just It was inspiring story. So Stein Octavia Spencer. Law She She just knocked out of the party. That would a wonderful wonderful job. Spicer daughter Lend Tiffany Haddish. Showed me all sorts of emotions on her face that I was not prepared to see and I absolutely loved and Bill. Bellamy he from MTV he's Vj he back and he is back and sexy has Blair underwood is by you net. He and their two daughters thing takes his shirt off. I saw him recently on a soldier story on Broadway Back when the Broadway was still up and running not so sad like it's things like this. That's right happening right now. In Razi anyways Madame. Cj Walker on net flicks for part series. People really should watch it. It's inspiring cheese. The first female. Oh wait before you start saying things. He's so good. I WanNa give you an madame. Cj Walker pop quiz. Oh okay member there. Is that thing that it says it's going to happen and I'm not gonNa tell you what his law wasn't ready. It's a minority corner quisling own. No we used to have these on this show now. They're back back right now. Because I don't want to just talk about Madame. Cj Walker. I WanNa test the knowledge also because I do that. We did an episode about Madame. Cj Walker. I don't really re- I didn't Google it myself so we're just going to do a quiz about it to learn about her follow along. Let's see. Who WAS MADAME CJ Walker? Hey the first female African American self-made millionaire uh-huh be the first female African American business owner. See the first female African American Lawyer D the first female African American leader of the NWC P or e. A different answer won't technically a is correct. Which is why I so. I stole some of this quiz from some teacher online. Thank you you guys on the front lines on stealing your homework Man but I just realize yet a but why is kind of not the full truth? Yeah it's not full because not only is she? The first self made African American female millionaire She's the first female the self-made millionaire period L. Stop that's it. Yeah but she dead so this teacher teacher I'll see you after class. Okay so yes. That's what she did so. What was Madame? Cj Walkers birth name. Louis came late to the movie on this one option. There's got to be rough okay Cynthia Walker okay. B. Sarah Breedlove See Maria Martin okay. D- Sarala Laleh Jones lawn. I have one more of Boo boo. Jeffrey we just pretend they answer. Serb re love has got to be syrupy loved. Come on now la La Boob Ave our years. Jeffries it is. It's Sarah breedlove. Yes the Madame. Cj Walker Walker was her second husband's name Underwood in the serious Like takes on so they so then see his name is CJ Walker Reading something wasn't in the four-part series but she took our madams. That way white people weren't gonNA call on T- Ads On yeah in the series she takes on to like stand up to her arch rival nemesis. Forget that hose name was not good awesome. It's really great shows. Talk about like just color ISM. I think what's interesting too? We've talked about so much on the show about just like especially black women. Tear Black People's hair in general is so political. I mean you've got folks who in California they had to sign the Crown Act. So you can't get fired because you have because you're black and you have air in your own style. You know how to be passed for that Yes I just think it is a lot about just like about black hair and you're just seeing. I've never seen a show that took place. I've never seen a movie that I've seen like black slavery stories and I've seen civil rights stories but this one is not spa like nineteen. Oh wait to like nineteen eighteen and it was just really fascinating to see like was award of black life that I had never seen before. Yeah it's Really Interesting Look. At how the essentially black motivated and black servicing economy came to be right like if If people are out there wondering why is there a bt Why is there a black card section in your your grocery store? Why is there you know all of these businesses that are aimed and built for black people is because you know because of the history of this country you had a period where blacks were increasingly being educated? Pull themselves up working building skills building wealth But at the same time Because of the racism bigotry in segregation. They just were not able to even spend their money. And the pre existing shops and Amir money wasn't even accepted. And so what you have is a whole society. That's basically develops within the society that is to Take care and cater to those needs. If you have enterprising entrepreneurial spirits out there like hey these people got money. I'll figure out how I can offer some goods and services to get it And that's kind of what has happened so it's just kind of this very interesting story about Madame. Cj Walker recognizing a need and black haircare providing that product marketing well And taking advantage of that you know That rising tide of black people and Black Woman's nations specifically that have that disposable incomes spent yeah and it's You're right it's just. I wish we would have more stories at focus on that part of history And again it's not just you know it was kind of great that it was this four part series because it lets it breathe and yeah it was a movie or had been so rushed to see like you know. I you see through the four parts. I mean I just you eventually because you said like you know. She had entrepreneurship and she worked away. And just to get into C. N. like Nineteen Eighteen. Rich Black people never released on the like that. Is that look like doing the answers. I mean just like different. The soul train lines connecting with like. Wd Boy it's Booker T. Washington. Oh you got me all distracted back to the quiz bowl. You are being home schooled right now in the Corwin seen today as Madame. Cj Walker shot. I felt really bad for like you know. I've been very fortunate because I've been in a very wonderful quarantine house and I just feel bad like there's some kids stuck at home and it's just not a good space for them. What a what a time. I mean even even households are great. I mean I got hormones agent like get me out of there. Give me out of this house so you come on over here to minority. We got little seventeen year old ricky. Come and listen rookie. Ricky Madison Walker was the daughter of a sharecropper's be bankers. See Dentists de Barbers e dancers. I've millionaires g slaves. Oh my goodness A believer sharecroppers day whereas Elec- even you didn't see the first part you'd be now in sharecroppers she also I am not a fun fact just a facts. That'd be fun. No she was born two years after the emancipation. Let's just seeing like hard journey in lake. Her Blair underwood his dad. He was a slave so just he talks about a lot about on the plantation. And stuff like that. It's Bo Y.`all to just sort of see the stone's throw away of slavery. What a transition. What a time that have to be to be so close. I mean there's also speaking of like that view of time. I mean you had these older figures GRANDPA's grandma's uncles and stuff like that that were basically former slaves that were given their advice from the viewpoint of being a former slave and now wearing a suit you know and it's like it's just if you thought. Johnson an iphone with we was crazy for grandparents by that that's a Helluva transition. What Causes Madame? Cj Walker to start with hair care products A she wanted to be a blonde be. She thought can make her rich see. Her husband started going. Bald d. She was inspired while tending Dermatology School e. She began having problems with her own. Scalp F. She wants to feel beautiful. Gee She does need a change in her life. These are too many answers. I don't even know what her motivation was. I WANNA say a lot of massage from the first part choral. Onc- is because the issues with their own hair. You're doing so out for not having all. These questions are from the first part of the movie which I did not see all excellence Yes her hair is falling out. And then she met this other woman and the Who was her rival essentially always. That's no good against her And then at the end like her rivals she what she used to wash clothes. And then they would trade off like she'd wash arrivals click will before there was a rival was her hair care lady and She wanted to go into business with her and sell her product and the woman was like no one's going to buy from you because it was a ism thing she's like you know you're not you're not attractive. Essentially black and ugly and the this lady was lighter skinned and it's interesting too because even there's a scene with the woman who's supposed to be like arrival I'm her mother was also a slave and share. Mother makes a joke about something like something about like. Ooh The Lord may have the curse me when the like when the master like me with Got You and just interesting. Is like touching on like how she came to be like. There's a lot of romanticizing of what happened when you see these sort of mixed race folks coming out of that time like it was products of rape. Yeah yeah absolutely. You know it's like you know who do you think you'd he's light skinned folks in America. You know psych. Someone's grandma got right. Yeah like I mean. That's that's kind of the bold truth of this like you know when you kind of like I like these type of films that focus on these type of errors because it helps kind of connect the dots you know. You know drops the pebbles from the line from slavery to the some of the things that were still you know feeling and experiencing today now Which you know it's like Hey yes. Things have improved. There's a lot of things have changed. Technology has advanced There's so many things that have happened but You know that when you have that effects and have that built-in societal treatment to a entire race of people for decades and decades and centuries and yeah there's a lasting effect Three more questions. I'll do it. Where did Madame Walker build her? First Manufacturing plant that was way apple as be New York City See. Pittsburgh de Tallahassee left E. Portland Oregon cosby not town right Indianapolis Jazz Nap L. With that. Yeah Ding Ding Ding because Portland. She kinda she would not allow in Portland Portland legal for black people to own property until like the sixties. There were even allowed across the borders and Portland in that time period Also she this wasn't including the movie but she used to travel like all over the place in like Central America like she was managed. You Walk was doing it for herself because she was doing she was like having like she was traveling all over the place and like making connections because again like you know the African. The asper is so large like we're everywhere. We're in central and South America. She was really connecting her product. With like all over the place There was a question on here that didn't and making in. Oh I'll make it up. Let's see what we yet. Okay Madame. Cj Walker Sold her products by a sailing. It into the stores be Telling the latest to go to restore for what C. C. You sales associates D- She blackmailed J. D. Rockefeller made him salad alley. Come on now. Tell me what he was. Hey She went to the the bazaars and she gave a big show she did a big dance number and then at the end she would sell her products. Kind of like a beyond say t shirt. She saw air hair care products while The last one sounds fabulous. It has to be the sales associates was the big deal. She was Basically had Cells associates because a big part of what he was doing was empowering other black woman that had entrepreneurial spirit saw one of the most beautiful things that she was doing and had the her top sales associate go out to different cities open salons where they were not only doing the hair but selling the product within the salon. Yeah and I guess that was going on up into the seventies. Yeah Yeah that started the ripple effect that has sort of created for these women and laying. I mean I would love to see. I mean. We don't even know where all of them sort of ended up. How many women that were black like learned you know from the ground up how to start and run a business from one of the Madame? Cj Walker you know salons and went off to make their own salon. Make their own type of business You know just just go often Man Just on that. That was really awesome that they highlight that in the series as well like you know how the the sense of the impact in a ripple throughout history that you know was That she was able to you know. Start the that's what she did Last two questions to what Lassou Ortho Skjei? Let's go falls madame. Cj Walker loved to make sandwiches false. She is not here to make sandwiches next. She makes a point in the show notes. He is not here to make sandwiches to are false madame. Cj Walker was stingy with her many That is also fall. She was not stingy at all. She was a known philanthropist She made the biggest donation to the end. It was like five thousand dollars in nineteen nineteen. She was really working with like anti anti lynching legislation with the W. c. p. wild at the thing that she had to spend time doing but she dead sponsor of the Arts Theatre. Just really really bad so I just wanted to get some supports a madame. Cj Walker since you got a hundred percent on your quiz. Do you now get to perform your mountains do Walker monologue excellent? I hope we're ready. Okay everyone this is madame. Cj Walker After she's gone up and sandwiches. Who's not making those sandwiches? She was in the back with the wives You know who's the what's a and she came up to the all male businessman and this is what she had to say. Okay she was. I am liquor. Wives look item. They're learning the beautiful. The why is Dan with me? I'll pull out this deal. Thank you thank you. Vga additioning for the part of Octavia Spencer playing Madame CJ Walker. Yes yes it was At least three and incredible inspirational alley racial series of speeches in that series. Almost like I think there's like two per per episode lease eight at the slightest out of that already beautiful. Thank you for taking that quiz Bj Look at grades. Look at your gray else. He's learned you beautiful and wise getting press. All right Adam Maximum Fun wants us to record like a Promo to tell people that they should listen to the greatest generation. You WanNa do that. No I am tired of all the extra work. I just WanNa talk about star Trek with my friend. I think it would be good to try and get some new listeners. By appealing to the audiences weather shows like this only take a minute or two. It could be good for us. We sit down for an hour if we can talk about a star trek episode. Make a bunch of idiotic jokes about it. It's embarrassing if it got out that we made this show. I think it would make us unemployable bad news for you. We have tens of thousands of listeners at maximum fund dot Org. God I think I'm GonNA throw up the greatest generation a star Trek podcast by a couple of guys who are a little bit embarrassed to have a star Trek podcast every Monday on maximum fund dot. Org I'm really going to be sick. Woven Dean quote quote. Coca coca-cola Wendy what to do when you're fucking stuck so that's okay so I don't even know it was Corentin as the appropriate term. 'cause accordions really for people who are guests. Are you know sick with the Rona You're probably on lockdown life is slowing down For those who are out there in the workforce you're doing thank you for helping the wheels turning on this earth and landed some of you lost your jobs and our heart going out to you. Don't worry that stimulus package is the come in. But in the meantime for those of you who are also just you know working at home and your guy. What do I do so I wanted to create just Some tips for things that you can do to sort of keep yourself sane and healthy and how to come out of the other side difference in a way. I feel like we can't come out of this. I think like you can't come out. We can't come out of this the same. We can't come to the other side the same as individuals as communities as a culture as a country as a society as human beings like Shit went down and it is going down all over the place and he ever like has ever happened to you before. When you're like you're going going going and all of a sudden you just get like sick and it's usually your body just telling you like you gotta down. You gotTA stop Lifelike that's literally. What's happening right now? I think the earth is like y'all chill the fuck out. Y'All go to your rooms. I'm hot dollar. Heaton me up. Y'All fucking arguing all the time. Go to your fucking rooms and you stay right there. That's what I'd like. The earth is literally doing because you look at like the canals clear right now and Venice clear the pollution levels are going down and I just think like we we look at like the REC rehabbing. And it just was so it was so fast. And if we're being asked to slow down take a pause and jess recalibrate and yes so I have I cannot take credit for this Not all of this. Some of this is mine. I saw someone had posted this on facebook and the daily quarantine questionnaire so you'd WanNa go through some of this daily and it says what am I grateful for every day. Just taken a leg. Why am I gonNA for a few slow? Got Your health. If you're able to lake asked that question what a gift you know something that I have been doing when I've been having a lot of fear or anxiety creep up I then just do five things. I'm grateful for right there. In that moment because gratitude and fear cannot exist in the same place they just can't I can't and it can be simple it can be ungrateful that have these is. I'm grateful I'm listening to minority corner right now. I'm grateful that if you have a job or I'm grateful that I have at least stay like whatever it is Also recommended gratitude journal before you go to bed five things that you're four. It will help when you wake up the next day. Also the daily quite a quarantine questionnaire so what am I grew four? Who Am I checking in on or connecting today so I also really think about like? Who are the elderly? Perhaps in your life that you can check in on. I'm even just or people who you know are stuck by themselves like friends that you know are living by themselves working from home by themselves like there might begin Kuku Bananas. I've been very fortunate. I am Stand and game movie. Giggle House Hut right now with the movies and video games and giggles be abounding. But you know what honestly sometimes they do have my moments where just sort of like the weight of it kind of comes crashing down on you like in. It's okay to feel sad. There's a lot that is happening right now and you can feel the energy. It's in the air You see the you know. The people who are dying in so much of this was possibly prevented. And you know it's just GonNa be more of course like your human of course you're going to feel that like sadness and and down this from it But you don't have to stay there feel. It's and connect with someone if you're feeling sad. There's probably someone else's feeling sad so connect with Tom. There's a great things you can do. People are doing Digital Happy Hours on the zoom digital dance parties. You can have a party We're just get creative in this. It's an opportunity for creativity also on your daily questionnaire. What expectations of normal am I letting go today? Yeah like the things that you thought you were going to do. And that's why people there's a lot of sadness the topic because it's like we all make plans and you you have no control over your plans or done not happening right now. completely so there can be a bit of a morning to that and a lot of us like to be in control of things. This is showing his how we're not in control and there's very little you actually do have control over so really focusing on those things that you do You can still find creative ways to work out You can you know work out my mind as I was. GonNa work out. It makes it figured it out but yeah and a lot of it just sort of adjusting and it's a new way of life. It's a new normal that we're going to now create for ourselves. How am I getting outside today? Is this so someone like again. People love being angry. What was the phrase people? Love finding them to be angry about Someone got angry at this one on the list got posted on facebook. They're like love and protect your doctors and nurses. There's not going to not like you can go outside but don't go to the ten thousand neighborhood block party Like you can go for a walk in fact you should and you know what that person who wrote. This probably haven't been outside in a while when they're like don't go outside because they're probably going crazy. Get some fresh air to go out and get some fresh air. You can keep your social distancing still outside. How am I going to move my bad day today? Keep Movin I. Yeah keep moving my concern. Is that like when we come out of this. Like there's gotTa be other possible health issues that people are gonna now how because they weren't staying active they may be. Were eating healthy stress eating. And you're also just not. You're not getting two steps in. It's definitely a big risk. Yeah so and then. What beauty am I creating cultivating or inventing today and I can even just like it like how might contribute going to contribute to society today? I think it's an opportunity for all of us like it's all hands on deck like how whatever it is that you're going to they. Maybe you're going to dance class or you gotTa Sosa Mask or like. I think it's it's literally if our Woodward to moment right now everyone is being asked to participate in some way You know if you're a comedian. Maybe you're doing an online new show debra looking for humor and entertainment not finding that humor here where serious and just about the facts the facts. I'm also like to remind folks to take media breaks I again even before this was happening. I don't do. I try to do social media and news on the weekends name Rick Permits GotTa give yourself a break. It's a lot even like even just during the day is talking to a former guest co host been randall. And even just doing like no like if you're like no news past like five. Pm OR CAVACO OFF TIMER. No social media pass a certain time like look at it as a job. It's like a nine to five thing and then dime because it can just be a lot Manager anxiety manager anxiety. Yeah old also encouraged everybody to stay informed again. Balancing a healthy amount You know after. Listen to the news like all day but you definitely want you a check in every day because like we saw. It's changing so fast and you want to be looking at your local officials And seeing what they're saying because everything is changing so fast and it is important for us to like you gotTa Zantop because there are people probably your life or not and they're going to be tempted upon you to stay informed this is real in here's some other things that you can do. I make sure that you're getting some exercise. Youtube is really great. You can literally Google any kind of exercise that you think that you may WanNa do if you want to do some I've a lot of kickboxing lately which has been very help fall garage just punch it out. Some cardio kickboxing I. also just by a body boss. I do not work for them house. There's about a perfect push-up. They're really great at home. Jim You can do. I just staying healthy and fitness. In some way you can take a cardio. Dance class all kinds of meditation. I always stressed meditation. They think even now having some sort of meditative practice some sort of mourning ritual for yourself higher to start the day. There's a lot of nuttiness happening. And so it's GonNa be on you to keep yourself grounded through this and also grounded an open because there is an opportunity. I know it seems like there's a lot of like tunes of the fuck you're talking about but this is an opportunity. Some business has got to be created out of this. It's going to be really beneficial to all humankind you know. There's an opportunity. And if you're clear you'll see what that opportunity is for you and how you're GONNA be of service through that business idea or how you're going to be a better neighbour help people Also checking in what earlier on your daily check in on the older people in your neighborhood Reaching out to them seeing if you can the shopping for them or what they might need because they need to be staying indoors Area mentioned the Graduate Journal Haute Donate Donate. You can be donating to so many organizations. Think about people normally would go to as well and you're not going to be able to where the person does your hair. Lehrer Fox right now right and so if you have if you're able to throw them the money that you normally would for that month. I of for that haircut or whatnot They would really appreciate the personal trainer. Those people that you normally would go and seeing you're not going to be able to and they're really impacted If you have artists friends who are go fund me pages literally. As this moment of us it takes a village I'm very fortunate that I am able to work in an looking at this as like I am helping to help push this economy to keep going and running and help support village. There's all kinds of organizations that you can be donating to feeding America. Nationwide Network of more than two hundred food banks that more than forty six million people to food pantries meals on wheels. They delivered nutritious meals to seniors. Who are especially at risk for cope in nineteen. No Kid hungry. They aim to ensure that the twenty two million low income kids who rely on the free and reduced price meals receive At school are Fed while schools are closed. Also in the industry the National Domestic Workers Alliance these support in Home Care Workers Nannies and housecleaners during this crisis who encouraged to stay home. Restaurant Workers Community Foundation. So restaurants are closed. This is an organization that supporting restaurant workers are facing these hardships One Fair wage. They provide cash assistance to tipped workers. I don't know why just thought of Kogo dancers but they are tipped workers drag Queens Back to my life in the twenty s and Mites Wendy's and other service workers. Oh yes service work. Let's see who else is tipped worker. Everybody who where being fired seeing shifts Clo- kites who are having to stay home the CDC foundation they also need your help Direct relief they mobilize and provide essential. Medical Resources. Need to help. And all fifty states and pl- eighty-five countries around the world. And there's in. So here's the great thing. I just listed a lot of organizations right and you're like how would they possibly donate? I can't do them all if you go to. Crooked DOT COM SLASH CORONA VIRUS. And you donate through their page up. They're going to evenly. Distribute everything that you donate all these organizations you can be a part of all of that Growing cool also just two last thing to leave you with as I said this is a time for reflection and I would say take a moment and reflect on when we come out of this cave. It's kind of like we're iron man right now. Go to Ireland doesn't eight and we're building our iron man. Su Who do you WanNa be when we come out of the cave you know? What is your suit? Look like who are you when we come out of this so I really taking that time to reflect on Stephen Things of lake. What is that thing that you've been meaning to do and you just happen done because you may have a little bit more time. What does that project or that thing? So I feel like it's a great time to reflect and take a moment of like who do you. Who are you going to be when you come out of this because none of us can be the same same person like how are you going to contribute to your communities your families to society to yourself Are you going to the end of this? Have a fitness plan or meditation plan. Or you're going to be. You know making sure that you call so and so every week. Or what is it that you're GonNa be when you come out on the other side And also too. There's many ways that you can contribute also on top of donating Sewing mask if you can teach in dance. Classes organizing happy hour viewings of movies. There's so many creative. I think tapping into that creativity is going to help you not go bananas And that is this episode. It's weird I find myself getting a little bit more in use to this new way of life again. I definitely have my moments when it is not all right but I definitely do find those five moments of gratitude incredibly helpful so hope you all are doing well. I hope for staying indoors. I hope you are being healthy of your being safe in the. I hope you're making some lemonade like well. It's up beyond say would do. Let's jump into the fact. Check not much to fact. Check here this week because we were just so perfect. So I didn't mention something about I was aghast at trump's forty-nine percent approval rating and a really smart historian had pointed out. I was listening to some a podcast had pointed out that in times of crisis the leader the United States always seeing sees a bomb in their approval rating and that like nine eleven Bush's went up to like eighty percents Bush senior he. His even went up during his crisis that he was handling. So that is typical and in fact the fact that for nine percent is the highest that trump is has gotten yet and actually comparatively. It's actually really not that high. So anything as people start listening to his gibberish on his. You know essentially televise rallies press conferences to let the scientists doctors speak the more people will hear them with. They'll see what that is really about so also to point out that President Cuomo Governor Cuomo had mentioned about the money that is being allocated to New York City which the US jess today as surpass China For number of cases. We're number one. We're number widen not the way we WANNA be number one. Are we great now? Did is this how he made his great again anyways. The money being allocated to New York City is a drop in the bucket in terms of four For medical for the medical needs. They need Cuomo said so again. If there's any way that you feel inspired to get involved to help out donate to so mass to make some poetry whatever. It is all hands on deck our hearts out there with you New York City. My old my old city raised to live but big props to Democrats to be able to hold the Republicans feet to the fire in terms of the things that are coming in for that stimulus package. It's not perfect but again perhaps the Democrats because they put a lot of provisions to make sure it's not just gonNA be some slash fine for trump and his crony friends and Steve Mnuchin Secretary Treasurer Steven Mnuchin and his friends and Mitch. Mcconnell and his rich friends Elgar rich out spans. Two they're looking out for so thank you. Democrats for being there for the people be had mentioned about school buses and Internet and while they couldn't find the exact I- cases where that's happening right now. I do know that in two thousand sixteen. The Rule Coachella Valley Unified School district in California equipped in school buses with solar powered. Wi Fi. Routers provide Internet while in transit. And then the park these outfitted buses in underserved neighborhoods to offer twenty four seven online access. Because what else were the buses do not even so coined? Wi Fi on wheels projects students have been able to access broadband where they live to reduce barriers to learning. So that's fantastic so there are things that are happening in please again. Community stepping in or even Some businesses stepping in when our government seems to be falling short so these students were already kind of behind and disadvantage or not being further left behind that digital divide. It also talked about Madame. Cj Walker first of all show on Netflix is called South made inspired by the life of Madame Cj Walker. Notice it says inspire so we were talking about her arch nemesis and in the show. It's her name is called. Her name. Is Abby Monroe? And she is based on the real life anima loan see what they did there and any. Malone was quite the entrepreneur herself and at the age of thirty one. She began experimenting with Hair. Care which ultimately led to her creating reading her signature product. The wonderful hair grower her products along with Walker contributed greatly to the healthcare system overall and further advanced the means of Bach Haircare Malone's Clayton to Fem- came from her revise method of straightening hair her new technique. Figured out a way to straighten black women's hair without damaging it selling products door to door malone belt her wealth in created a successful business so very similar to Miss Madame. Cj Walker well. That's this week's show. I know it's a lot but we have a lot to say. That's what happens when you get all cooped up here. I feel so fortunate because I am currently and a very wonderful funding quarantine setup in situation home also brought props in my aunt and uncle who were watching the Madame Cj Walker. And there's a lesbian love story in there and they did not even bat an eyelash. I'll how the times they have grown. It made me feel very excited to be able to share the story my but clinched a little bit when I saw. It was developing an happening and they were rooting for it. Said it just really beautiful beautiful moments in quarantine but how are you all doing checking with us tweet at US at minority corner? We are here for you. The minority corner kids playground. I'd love to hear from The corner kids on facebook. What are you all getting into? What are you need help with. What are your anxieties? What are your fears? What are your hopes? What are your dreams? Let's come together in this moment and yeah I would also lead to hear from you. All about how how. This has been impacting you. I'd love to hear some voicemail messages from you. 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"Are we ready yeah so when we do our cards don't say your mortal lock will then do the morlocks afterwards <hes> <hes> all right. Let's do it three to one talking yeah. Welcome back. There's a lot of tension in the air. Nope no tension. There's a lot of tension in texas. Seventy seven years of the same panels one of the longest running podcasts in the country seven years well. He has a caller and and he's been doing it co host five years tops loosely added his attention. I walked in here and you guys. Were just sitting here staring tearing each other well. It was clearly some tension yet a death in the family yes did day. Dave say you a condolence. Did how quickly too quick a how it was quicker than using today well. I can't tax now. Thank me on public radio so some nothing they don't want it. I like we're gonna get along is going to be good year. We always get along yeah. Okay well one of the longest running podcast and the comfort. That's true welcome to pick him. We got hank thank here. It is college football. Pick and we are back for another season. There was a lot of talk around the office around twitter. I'm taking these headphones off. You guys aren't aware there's a lot of talk around the office. Talk around twitter. That rico is not going to be back on this show. Most of that talk started from rico himself. He decided to start rumors all summer. You're basically the boy who cried wolf and then when we do the peter luger's thing <hes> with with the singing cowboy. You got upset that hurt. I mean i've i've been set my place. I've been saying that for months and years. I should say but <hes> hey no listened like dan said oh. You don't sell tickets to the regular show you saw him to the comeback too so so that's what we always do. July is a lot of clouds in the can't see and son paul cloud spot sunset all the way through september to december. That's how we did way to put it. It's great so we're back together as there was one thing i do want to give oh here. We go okay. I don't know i think i was definitely on a vacation with my wife. When i saw this video feature probably was my could've been my honeymoon but either way it was <hes> you know vacation that earns money from obviously working here. <hes> you provide a lot of opportunities but everybody here the guy who was watching the video feature provided opportunities for this company <hes> and he had a god given ability to throw the ball but i also think you would have been one of those guys at the bachelor party. Guys met him and i don't know with this. I don't know if this but <hes>. I think it's a fitting that's great. It is a jared lorenzen twenty two kentucky jersey framed yeah <hes> uh show i was watching that i was like you know we just a great guy and and how do you know i don't know i have a friend yeah definitely a friend of a friend's what he's he's provided the honeymoon i was. I was watching a video feature on him. Struggling <hes> l. ed lorenzen left. His wife was talking. It was just a again. It was a vacation paid for working through here. That opportunity is not around the studios not around. You're not watching with jared lorenzen exactly yeah so he's provided a lot of people opportunities great guides. Dave both okay yeah yeah. Damn i vote so we always say. I'd say thank you but lorenzen. You never thought about selling. It's you know six degrees of separation all worked out so oh i like to hang out we will hang that somewhere probably in ara absolutely thank you one of the nicest guys who ever lived which which i'm on and and one of those guys if you spend i mean we spent one weekend with them. We obviously saw him other times but spending that one weekend with him felt like you know for your life because sabih guy was so i appreciate that roughly some things some some things <hes> where we wanna go from here because we have our picks. We're going to talk about week one rico. I'm sure you have all your futures. You came with a bunch of sheets of paper. Are you not worried at all. The amazon is burning. You are printing out now awesome in pieces of paper. I keep one open for the. I don't lose the notebook. I keep it. Okay so double sided. Do we wanna do maybe a quick airing of grievances before we get to our picks. I know maybe some topics that should be discussed that i feel like the last time we were together. I have a list to it's all right. Why are you harassing a nice old man indica v. I don't like dick though why he's an idiot. Why because these contradictory right but this is a guy who he's one i dick. He can't see he got the u._n._c. Duke game taken away from it has he shows on a game and and you really in a little bit. Are you asked to do play by play. Try to do play by play like bill. Bill is the best. He just caught him off. He's brutal so addict. We just don't like. I don't like i would love to challenge publicly boss. I told him any time he wants to debate me on boston radio. We can't vote wow anything out defendants tino calipari grave and you're like man. You're just walking over like every time i get on twitter rico's because like in the walmart parking lot just banging on an old man's head on blocked from his periscopes good yeah. I've found that out good. I don't like dick vitelle. You can mediate eighty eight. I think he'd be a fair mediator grievances. He's he's a legend of. The game took that shit. I have no grievances at the force us us next doug gottlieb commend you on that. I don't know if you've heard but we've had a buck cash researcher. We've had a bunch of cats saying that for years the saying that for years future we've been getting a bunch of callers calling in love doug gottlieb stories about how he's let's just i'd say he's got some sticky fingers. Love it yeah so he's doing the right thing when no one's looking i go to sleep at night. Though can you all right. Peter luger's retouched touched on it was tough that was tough. Delicious goes the bacon greats at your informant. <hes> tell you that blackjack. Was there explain this explain how this works the other aside because we actually got the video you saw the video gave blackjack and i went out to dinner and we got a note which obviously we had to create it. Get that no oh. I knew you were they. I figured you were there. Whatever i was going to end around the drinks with peter luger's is a strictly cash only thing so you can't. They can't take a cord obviously unless you have people credit card sized size like all right. Just give them the credit. I don't know louis carter kono. Wow you should get one dave surprising. You should get one okay all right <hes> yes. I just sent them a meal. Who'd you call the maitre d' so it wasn't like someone a friend not is he put it up. He's like i'm there. All right. Cool enjoys meal scraped gripe. I've been telling him he is glad you went. I just you know i don't know how you went. You know guys that. Don't take the hats off yeah. That's on my list. The cowboy will tough. What do you think about the cowboy making his return to barstool sports. I read great author on <hes> boston. Sports in a blog wants is referenced a great leader that said when i burn and bridges day stay burnt. I don't know i just it's none of my business. This is my. I do it once a week. I don't get involved in anything like that. I just thought you know wants. What's that bridge was burned over. Who's a bridge bernrath the cowboy you who burns verges who are you saying. I had a burn bridge with him. I thought he left no. I never he was never fulton. No problem with what about the guy who tweets the wire like who was that brian and walker now philly who the new <hes>. I don't know if we've announced it but big man on campus. Oh yeah yeah yeah. This is the most cryptic conversation. I love fan but that's your business. I don't get involved right. David dressed the tweet tweets them. Oh yeah that go. He stood by me said yeah. I made him tweets bad. Thanks whatever i was trying to get attention. Shania helped get my name out there count ability. Our snacks are on the third floor. When you stock up <hes> okay my next mo- navis and little league world series you bet on little league world series this yeah we at three two one okay and you think monet davis's a fraud years old yeah and you just think that i think to me i mean listen since you went to and to thousands of kids teams went into got drilled in a a major game in tune in a third innings people you talk about that more yeah okay. I'll know if you hey you wanna bring your kid cast then. Go find the kid from texas three years ago. That steam went to got shelled accountability fairness wally. This kid had elite league-record. We'll never hear from them again in yeah i'm drafted. I'm not sure on my minor league team. Thousands okay all right. It's rounding up. We talked about winks. Wom scott dr brown nose. Don't brown us. That's gross we talked about you not texting dave after stella past i don i. I can't physically can't text them. Well no you didn't you could have you could it because you're like you. Just didn't know you could email donald carr. It was is whatever you could attack him and then i tried to not no. That's fine right you you didn't that was offensive as okay okay and last one k. marco took your blog access away now. It's back oh it is. Why do you take it away. I was renegade who that boy. What were you doing. Who gave you that back. Who who who who got you they're back know about. You might have i don't have. I don't know what you said. You're you're back. You got it back. I did you to ex. You're welcome all right am i do. I left here because i have to go like his here back. You got you back. What am i allowed it just yes. You're welcome. I do whatever i want again. Yes you're welcome nice. What was your renegade blog. <hes> there was a bunch that he was like look like like francesa like three o'clock in the afternoon like after i call him mostly about the little world series on yourself and then right at twelve o'clock it was tiffany embassy since birthday and he's like dude this right at all. I can't have this and i was like well you my intellectual property and my steakhouse blog which is still on the back end seoul. Is that ever coming out and definitely so. It's a remind people who don't know it is years of episodes of saved by the bell ranked in tears of steakhouses. It is only one rico okay all right so we cleared everything. That was my last <hes>. Let's go to college. Football always go go to college won't be in back dave. I ask you this all the time but we need a status update live bullets. It's actually something i've been asking you for seventy. I'm currently not live bullets. I'm down eighty four units. <hes> i gotta jump to a different lily pad as we've discussed before. I got a clear with my current guy. There's no point in betting when you down eighty four units so currently as of now. It's a fluid situation right now. I am not live bullets. I will let you know if that changes. I will tweet out universally if i'm liable is right now. I'm not able you know you're going twelve one opening weekend and right now. I always saw what the hoops round. Oh that was like two thousand fifteen. We're talking about the other day. He went like eighty three and three in january he had to buy an entire limb set yeah to stash the money <hes> are are you making an attempt to get live both before saturday yeah. I'm not gonna sit idly by right. He watched the week one. Go buy yes. I'm making moves right okay rico. Why don't you just go from wherever you i mean. I'm sure you have some fucking like marshall future that we all gotta take and then foreign i i must you can still grab the futures in my newsletter. I'll give you a couple that i really like. I like memphis to win the a. c. k. favorite the dow. They're still plus three hundred or they know that they're not u._c._f. Sorry no it's <hes> yeah a._c. A uh-huh c._f. Is still out. There and a lot of people like cincinnati to floating around. Okay <hes> i gave out hawaii at one unit went to thirty thirty to win the mountain west lou. I know i didn't like that that kid before picks as you can see the light up the scoreboard. If you stay up to watch the game <hes> that's a long shot but the team. I think i texted you this. Actually we'll touch on this real quick so early. I grabbed that early bamut a win. The s._e._c. was like minus one fifty when i gave it out okay i don't know how you didn't take that at that price based on the fact that they were minus six hundred to get into the playoff or something ridiculous and like minded. What are they now. They're now. It's like minus two hundred to win the s._e._c. Give it up. Give it out. I gave it out early july so we i looked at it was if the predictive lines have even georgia why thanks very good. They're going to be seven point. Dog money line on that is at least two to one one. You're getting a discount if you just take alabama right now minus one fifty in that it's gonna come down that assisi championship game right. There's nobody you know what i'm saying like. I just think that that's smart meth. I could see see a world where that game is is not like i i could see world war georges like field goal underdog fair enough. I if georgia plays well this year. I think i think people will also i mean alabama is alabama so but they do have don't turn on the line with bam anything on there then a touchdown. Everybody would be hammering it yeah. Probably i mean you see how the season goes exactly both those ankle. I don't think so. I thought it was just screws in. I think who's at two quarterback of alabama yeah. He's probably the heisman favorite trevor lawrence. Maybe you should read your phil. Steele should already feel still okay. <hes> i don't know you know. I just thought that was good math okay. It's i guess the lord scape things is play football too predictable now like we got a three team team race <hes> cyclical well. I think michigan's in there. I think you just did michigan dirty. No there listen there on my list as well then in eighteen now you said three instead of alabama georgia so submission you said no. No you said yes but then you said three days so it was a three or four it's forced for someone or the big. Ten is well okay so for you said it the other day on radio. I think <hes> i wouldn't necessarily say that there's pressure on horrible because like i said he's the guy and michigan was really bad like you said before but to take that next step like eventually has to win the big ten well. I gotta get there. I'd actually actually disagree because i don't think there's ever gonna be pressure on harbaugh. Because what is michigan you're going to do. This is your guy. This is the end of the road like this. Is your prodigal son coming home you can't i don't think the same aww firing brady hoke. It's not the same as firing rich rod when harbach comes home. He's there until he wants to be absolutely so. It's not a situation where people be mad. I'm sure dave you'd be mad if you lost so how state this year but what's the alternative there is not yet i that's what i said said he has improved team. They will win eventually but there's no pressure job pressure. That's crazy. Not all jobs for life is is there. He eventually has to get take the next step but that's my point is i don't i don't let's just that's internal pressure. That's you have fired if he personally has to. I think jim harbaugh could lose to ohio state another three years in a row and would still have a job if he wanted it. I think you will eventually go to the n._f._l. You'll ever go until he beats them right but my point is. He will never have true hotseat at michigan because you can't michigan box themselves in no. I'm jim harbaugh. Guy put when you bring that guy back back. It's not the same as these other guys that they had before harb no he's. He's the guy he is going to be good for. Culpable of michigan gets in there. We've already seen notre dame very really seen state ohio. We've seen a pack twelve team. Good of michigan gets there for sure i. I'm hoping he makes the move. You know they make the next step yeah or so what else what other big pictures you got. Uh uh what are we thinking about the pac twelve washington utah oregon kenny sneaking a guy in or are they just the guy looking at every time of course they can seek to men. Who do you like who has his win the pac twelve oregon okay i think utah do you worry that it's almost everybody's on. I do worry about that. It is lose week one but they don't have to pay stanford. It's crazy 'cause i there over win. Total is plus money so i was like all right. I'll take that that like great team. Come off injuries. Obviously is a question mark but and then you look at week one like fuck. I gotta go. I could definitely see that happening. I told you do they live in mormon mormon country right but they're going into home utah's playing in but you can't say how oh you just said that. They're going into more country when they live in be live in a bowl b._y._u. Is the o._j. B._y._u. is the o. g. mormon country i. I don't think the moments would say that when salt lake city stuff environment okay i could. You're right i i it's it's a tough environment. It's morning listeners. It's a tough environment but you can't be like alexa. If the bears a plane the packers the mill december be like all going to cold weather yeah fair live in it all right so they're going to play the play pro v._r. Just big arizona going to wait it. Does b._y._u. Was more than utah. I would say so i don't know i think they're both got a lot more. <hes> young obviously b._y._u. I think you have to be the mormon. You have to be so to answer your question. Though rico i would take utah. I agree with you that everyone taking utah scares me. They don't halfway athle- stanford or oregon they also get the pac twelve schedule where it's five and four the five home games for road but to answer your question i only the pac twelve is is gonna be back until larry scott's fired as the pac twelve commissioner because i don't know if you've read into it. You should read into it. I'll send you some articles nine win games awesome. No that's not even it. He's ruined that entire conference he basically he his budget is so out of whack he treats it like a startup. They like to offices. They have these high tech offices in san francisco whereas every other conference has like bare bones budget he uses the money instead of giving it back to the programs and someone will read this whole article whereas basically like five five hundred thousand dollars to a school is actually the difference between like three or four recruits high level recruits at when you actually get out there and recruit so it's either larry's guy gets fired or margot's s. u._s._c. effort margot's u._s._c. u._s._c. wouldn't national title within five years yeah but urban is retired. Oh no he's not retired. I know he's retired but he's not until you don't say on this show. We're not an urban meyer is retired show. I know making fun of the right but we weren't ever it takes retiree to know retired right arm resided it. I'll be back me and her have been your one to pass comparison every summer but he's on violence disputes. Have you covered up none. Don't say that something's you said that your like meyer in retiring not in morals whorls got it. Okay <hes> what other big picture. I don't know what do you got. I think u._c._l._a.'s sleeper team this really. I don't think chip's got his guys. How many guys yeah how many it's a second year second guys yet well at one full recruiter. I think u._c._l._a. Will be total win over under half. I believe yeah that's this. Is the money okay. I like that taking a shot. I don't agree with it but i like taking a shot there. You got it pac twelve. That pac twelve is weak besides right a couple of teams they go in. They're gonna beat cincinnati one six and a half. I don't want to give away yeah like the oversight. I don't want to give away my picks. What six over six and a half yeah. I like giving away. My game plan might pick sheep before you to the pex. Beieve of giving a couple like used to be cincinnati. They might start in three if they don't want to leave. I think it's twelve o'clock twelve o'clock. She they might game. You might start four. Don't beat cincinnati all noon. Start on thursday come on. I don't know which one year watch college football they might start own for dave just said they're gonna beat cincinnati. We isolated start one in three the the next <hes> san diego state tough game win oklahoma lose washington state at washington state tutu okay. What do you think about oklahoma. I think houston beats them week. One dave put that money line pick plus twenty two yeah. I don't know i don't know how you get lightning in a bottle for the third straight quarterback lincoln riley jalen hurts. We've watched alien hurts. He was good yeah but i don't know he wasn't dynamic like baker and kyla murray but lincoln riley makes it easy. That's that's the whole point is all system makes it easy for the guys and i'm not saying i agree with you. Color marion baker mayfield better quarterbacks in jalen hurts but if there's any guy in the the country that i would put my money on to duplicate it time and time again with the quarterback gets lincoln riley less fair. I'm not drinking the lincoln riley kuwait. You haven't been no <hes> right any other ones before we do some picks in <hes>. Do you have any <hes> any guys that you're looking at. You like this. You you know any heisman won't do heisman dark horses <hes> nah okay. You gotta know heisman well you. Why are you smirking. We're gonna make up people. That's what he was smirking at. You make it up ruin. The show you the two guys i would take a look at listen to or fucking trevor is gonna win this assignment right but i don't wanna take the horse raargh. Give give make do couple makeup name from jake from one unit win twenty and and travis n._t._n. Yeah yeah to win thirty. I like them as long as you know fake nothing. You have some on the show. Oh you drew a line in the sand. The grew grew bowl was what is a lie good vibes coming here to pass the valdemar baldo truck on the way. Oh yeah yeah <hes> that's it. That's a new it's new season dave. We'll find some new okay all right so she would. You picks all right. Let's do it through the big. Royalist goes through the beginnings by batmobile got the show yeah. I forgot the show dave said by the way when he started to look at his card is heart started race and that then made my heart just campbell's. It gets the juices going. Can you text me a nod. If you live bullets now i never gonna unblock you because it's the way you gamble and like when you win and cheap game game that i am on the opposite side you scream and yell and do emojis. I want no part of that. It'll make me hate you okay. We're better off yeah right now. We're french as relationship ship. Never detects megan are all right. Let's do the big games. I just go through dan. That's fine yeah yeah. Paulie paulie talks with three people. I talked to just don't talk. That's fine. Would you like more good fellers godfather goodfellas. I know i like it. You can say whatever you want. You like what you like. <hes> all right. Let's start. Let's do a few of these games we will do. Let's start with <hes> utah utah b._y._u. Which we talked about so you guys both like b._y._u. I i y you put i like b._y._u. Plus half i like b._y._u. Money wanted think b._y._u. Beats utah's <hes> utah's a now grants a holy war. It is tight utah's a much different team on the road. There's home at home stayed. Malls looks like had fireworks. Go off reasons like cloud loud. Everyone's got like black face paint yeah but i think b._y._u. I i haven't looked it up. I know that kid take over quarterback the second part of the season last cheer who's very good wilson. He's an eighteen of big name no for three seventeen in four t._v.'s in that bowl win. That's probably what you watch. No i watched the second half of the season rico what i just said he's very good. He's nursing a shoulder. What was i if i don't know if you go look at it. I know they beat wisconsin early. He turned the season around. They're going to beat utah. Talk market down. They're going to beat utah week one. I could see it happening. I think happened to think utah is legit. I think it's going to be a a war. I think it might be the most antezana dana game of the weekend but if you're legit and with that defensive line you gotta figure out a way to win. They probably won't cover. That's not type of games. I bet but i would lean utah. They figure it out but you're right. It's going to be a fucking war litter asshole eating b._y._u. I respect your opinion. I yeah i'm not asking you're taking the point. I would take the points or there's no no. That's what i said. I said i think find a way utah. You're betting on if you're betting what is this show. You just just said you don't b._y._u. They'll come see like b._y._u. Because utah county utah is gonna win while you covers okay so you like b._y._u. For the purpose the show yes for the show got it. This is the first time i've done this show. We do porto. No we do versus spread though right. Don't give out utah's. You pick when you like why you this e._s._p._n. Spion game day. You're not desmond howard and he picked up. You picked utah but you actually have. I always say who's going to win but you're taking the time they won't cover took both sides. No parlay likes b._y._u. Tom money line and b._y._u. Plus the points <hes> he was that pay you that the same side we correct on this show. This counts just took b._y._u. Got it jesus. You should actually tease b._y._u. Minus a half asari utah minus half b._y._u. plus twelve or thirteen. You should yeah you should 'cause. That's where i think you can't put it the other no. I know but that's what you still i saw. I think they're right on with this okay. I like utah in that game. I'm buying the utah hype. I know that's probably an idiotic thing because they aren't coming in. It's moving. I just yesterday. I want to touch on wisconsin south florida. I don't know about this wisconsin team this year. They're anywhere from seven to ten wins. Jack blackcomb is a placeholder for graham mertz. Jonathan taylor is he on your list. Heisman <hes> off of wisconsin okay magic on your list. No here's those who know okay. Here's the thing mission makes the playoffs like you said with him not to make the playoff. Do you think they do know no. I think it's going to be somebody from packed well. <hes> here's the only thing i'll say in defense of wisconsin this year. They're back to you like ranked the rank nineteenth right. Now people aren't expecting a lot. This is one wisconsin rattled off ten and two year and you're like what the hell that come from last year. They were ranked four. It was all it was a big problem. They don't do well as that team. You need the expectations as low as possible going to be a huge game for pretty much. The season michigan's september twenty four and wisconsin's game last year. I do it every year. I think they generally role early like we talked about earlier dan in college football show they didn't last year. They ate a lot of money actually but i think they go back to the beating these fifty points wisconsin <hes>. I like that as well all right so let's talk a little saturday dugue alabama. You're gonna take album. I'm first half. I don't have it on my book which is offshore abbvie seen. What's out if if it's under three okay to mav i've what'd you say implicating yourself podcast. Just you know okay yeah. That's what pays for you are. Points back point spat a better points. Where do you live what happened with that guy who got wacked. I dunno third. It was just a whack job. Yeah sure that's juice. Just the mob boss randomly got wacked act on mill street. I'm sure that's how that went down. Real kid was crazy right. Just ran coincidence family not family. He knows someone who knew the family. You have a guy who knew the film. I i like alabama in this game is the first i think duke and i am a dental jones guy. I've said that i think he hit a lot of problems for do committing in competitive when they shouldn't have been without him. I think they owe ten steps back. I don't think they can score think there's a fifty point win for bama coach though easily yeah cut cliff the manning whisper yeah true but i mean yeah all right so you would imagine this is going to open what alabama minus twenty one first half yourself that i yeah. I'm probably probably will still take it last year. There's no way you can talk yourself into taking duke with the points right like whoa you don't know who who they might take the over the best quarterback ever get drafted and leaf. I feel like i obviously going to take a step back. Really alabam also scores a lot in this is all just off got in the first few weeks and then they start doing this see schedule where you'll you'll get them scoring forty points in the first half and seven in the second <hes> northwestern stanford. I love this game just because i love these two teams is just terrible. Brandon render football and i fucking love at four o'clock fox probably going to beep tend to seven. I'm taking northwestern. I'm also northwestern here. Plus the points points. I think it stays closed. We've talked about that guy david whatever his name is what's shots. David shaw is the king of not putting away teams. He'll punt for you. The death will try to point you to every fourth and one at the twenty five yard line and i'll try to opinion deep kick into the end zone. He gained five yards. Was this guy doing so even when they're on all cylinders they keep a close eye like northwestern. He basically just plays the field position battle until he can walk into the end zone of do they still have the quarterback fellow. Yes the exact same name is keller chris and the exact same as kevin hogan. I would lean awesome okay plus six and a half seems like we all agree on that. That's probably a problem yup. <hes> <hes> <hes> wanted you quickly <hes> michigan's minus thirty four and a half against middle tennessee and he's in love michigan by fifty yeah. This does feel like destruction. Rush harbaugh is going to beef up against this destruction. Yeah <hes> oregon auburn the big game on saturday night. Your ducks rico quack quack plus three and a half half in dallas over fifty six. I love your ducts dave does not i liked oregon win. The pac twelve is like you don't don't like the pac twelve game s._e. Or how are the question. Here is really what it comes down to so. <hes> justin herbert obviously came back. He's his <hes> either junior senior pretty senior. <hes> wanted to play with his brother. He's after i mean that is some things he's obviously proven. Auburn auburn has a huge recruit everywhere from e._s._p._n. Twenty four seven next scouting everybody has him as a top recruit bonex bonex so really would it comes down to is herbert versus knicks. I'm leaning with the proven guy. I'll take the ducks. I got a ton of offensive line starts coming back. They look improved on the defense. They've been in these games last year. They went on that run. We talked about with the balloon. Every week was a gauntlet of of the game. The air comes out of the balloon week one. I could see how alan s._c._c. team can be like. Hey you're humbled but i lean the ducks so everybody that i've heard i was game says they like oregon every shatskikh absolutely and the fact that the kid the quarterback who's picking the draft come back everything the fact that despite all that auburn in his three and a half point favorite is strictly. I was on oregon to begin with but i haven't heard one person besides me say like auburn's taken auburn. Yeah i mean this is one of those ones wants. I love oregon but it feels like i'm gonna feel like such an idiot because of what you just said dave i mean everyone talking off and oregon's an obvious obvious team to be on because of the quarterback. He's the number one broad best is him and tour the two faces a college football. Do we know what uniforms or wearing no oh by the way did you you hear about the cedric benson game. I have that on my list. Yeah we'll get to that. <hes> nov textures should be injury. Yes yes awesome. Find these yunos view angles while you given a right nothing. I'm waiting right now. I got a twenty five game carl. <hes> okay so last up. Let's do our sunday night so sunday night oklahoma houston houston going oklahoma coach dana. The houston beats them. Who dave i love that houston quarterback yeah d- <hes> great king eric k. derek can sounds last year combined love. He's done. He's bringing in dana hoga's stunt i don. I called you on your card money line. No no aw i like him. I like him gone in your direction to it opened the twenty six now down to twenty two doesn't matter take the money line twenty three and a half source are less important. He's but i yeah i i think this goes down to the wire and i think you'll be able to get out of it with live beds if you want but i think houston will have a chance to win this game in the fourth quarter i absolutely do. I don't think i'd only oklahoma's going to think about stopping this team. I really don't you know it's going to be like it's going to be like texas texas oklahoma where you're going to have a lead. You're gonna ambient holding you nuts the entire time now texas. That was almost my best bet of the year last year texas tech money line against oklahoma. The quarterback ought heart yes i i remember watching that game with you in the court back hurt and they didn't they they lost at the end because they brought a kid who couldn't do it but before he got hurt there was scoring every time hewson's gonna score every time and so what do you think about the total eighty two nominee i don't. I don't deal with totals in the neighborhood because it's like fifty to forty barely win right right. Yeah i mean me. Fifty forty is needed to touch on the fourth book. Would you see anybody. Could you talk yourself into ever taken the under on this over a no plan yeah right yeah the the under. I'm not touching the totals over eighty the the opposite of the <hes>. If you take the under in this you're never safe. We have not minutes left in overtime the college. Oh yeah yeah yeah. I think given dana especially over that key number of twenty-one even if xenophon ball number twenty one zero four refresh everyone on who's new to the podcast yes all through it. Oh you know you do all the football numbers for ski numbers that you look out for new gamblers out there to gamble is key football numbers. It will be referenced all year twenty one ten thirty five seven forty two twenty back in twenty one three seven twenty eight forty two thirty five four four t war sevens evans. How how's four football number you can win. What are you talking about yeah. You're right twenty four hours of football number right twenty four fours football numbers in twenty eight thirty eight u._c._l._a. Giving the forty five to fifty nine. What about e what eight no rates on it or goes for two. You don't think there's a difference between eight and a half and seven and a half with these question neuro. Let me ask you this question. If a team name is up nine and a team is up eight. There's no difference big difference okay but as far as like where i'm willing to put the juice on buying appoint a plan for point ten one hundred percent i listed that to do i think thirteen thirteen not as much as fourteen what my number aw how many how many points do you think in the entire season. You're going to buy seventh. That's such a lie. I'm not a point guy. I point you by seventeen points a weekend. Yeah you do no way yeah you do get him. The key numbers okay notre dame louisville no interest okay okay. I'm gonna watch it. I i think i'm gonna take louisville. I don't like the game. I just going into papa john opening. <hes> gave me the season i think he'll be live loud and by the way it's called cardinal stadium now because the kentucky now louisville quit quit on the other things he did but yeah but louisville. I actually don't think it's probably talk wearing kentucky is probably actually what did you do anything up up in the second row at fucking rupp arena awareness kentucky shirt. That's lose the name the stadium but we like kentucky. Yes dave is the number one kentucky to say. He was the one one guy who who in the media who routinely ten or preseason top ten this year so shut up rico. They'll tell me about kentucky. Hang yeah well. I we're talking football football right now so just let me get likes cow party to here's the thing i think louisville quit on pacino last year. I refuse to believe leave. There's bad they ha they. They've been recruiting pretty good night game twenty points as a ton so that's i don't love it but that's the way i would go with okay. I kind of agree with you there. I'm on the owner of notre tames season win total so i don't think was it. I got a nine and a half. They're gonna lose those two to michigan and not notice. Steve is what you know college football's back when when rico's starts with i got it at everything is started with i got it at. That's one of the all time all the time like say what's the line. It builds in his safety net when he gives out that tips is a why god it at this point that beila newsletter aw i try newsletter i have never opened the newsletter cannot one. That's what's upsetting is that originally when i i was you would anybody who comes like new in your taking picks yeah so for the last two years. What do you think the amount amount. What do you think happened to change that rica out a big grill and fifty patties maddy's auto pixel. Here's the thing about that famous fifty burger. I have no problem reserve forget. You can't take other people's loses notes. You've taken other. No i can't take it when somebody leaves a fifty burger on the grill and grill real as flaming fire and i look who's man the grill is not even went dark. Dr disappeared that fifty burger months. That was my lab thirty the last two and i want a who's cooking those burgers the burn burn nobody there that's when i saw offs jeff's had by bernard address highly highly chef's hat and rico's nowhere to be found non burgers just sitting there ready to be eaten no yeah well. You don't have that day so why not so. You've now seeing us no twenty nine point seven. Why don't we start you know because when you lose you doc. I can't can't have it. All rico appeared africa for six months disappear every saturday when you eat the bird if you have a baths burgers on the menu on saturday rico campy found i know you find me a man yeah right exactly and then when oregon wins quack quack quack. You won't pay eilly face well. It's not consistent talking to them highs and lows right. I don't that's why i don't take any of my picks ever. You're saying i mean if you make sense. It's on this show. Maybe maybe but i'm not opening that newsletter ever. What if i faxed. They all know i'm. I don't maybe i'll do people joking at your sure i bought you've been blocked. Nothing you do gets through to me except right here in this room all in that twitter. You're blocked texting your blog. You talked him on twitter. No you don't exist to me except in this like forty five minutes to an hour of my life that's it why is that because the fifty burger and how you ran away all right but you still like me though right yeah you're that i like this is my i._r._a. That's how we work between. I wanna give you though that's that's my thing. I wanna run okay. I would just what you have. No one if you make sense to me on a pick today maybe we'll arcelor the go. Give you a picks. Did you do this last year where it was like whatever you get fifty percent of whatever going back to you know. I just want my envelope. I won't tell us a ten percent you so you would be up to one hundred ninety grand okay but then are you going to pay ten percent on fifty. I get lost that you can't afford or to pay ten percent of his fifty burgers. You do not have five burgers to pay. I know i got all years. Here's the fucking picks in. What do you want to show for free. Let's do a picture. We're going to do a special. We have a special sponsor for for locks. The week is brought to you by points bet for all of our listeners who haven't signed up yet. They're giving you one hundred dollars for free. You can sign up with the code barstool to get started and if you deposit fifty dollars they'll give you a one hundred dollars in bonus in with no turnover requirement. You need to do some points but right now. There's also a little special thing they're doing. If you place a spread line wind bet on four college football games that we select here at barstool for every touchdown your team scores you get six dollars in bonus sign up right now with the code barstool and deposit fifty dollars. I get hundred bonus bets again promo code barstool and if you're not new jersey you can play points beck's pick six game online where they're giving away up to twenty five thousand dollars a week. I'll pick six football games. <hes> teams that you think will win that. We bet pick six dot com with the number six to play right now. Terms and conditions apply void where prohibited must be twenty eight and twenty one or older gambling problem. Call what number not talk. It's hot. It's fucking. This is off one hundred five three two four seven zero zero point right now use code bar so you get a hundred dollars for free when he's deposit. Is it fifty dollars okay. Let's do it. We're going to do our cards. In our locks. Point spent locks. Go re no dave dave dave how many i say the number of twenty five games twenty five. We should've that the over on on how many ads every year we go on through and i have a big card hard for myself and i knew that i was going to be like half of. I think i have ten one before. He came in <hes> u._c._l._a. Plus three against since an. I told you think u._c._l._a. Is going to be a little bit of a surprise chip. Kelly's a college coach. He's got his gaza get an minus thirty three and a half against texas state like it. I like the over in that game fifty eighty six and a half. I think scores that by themselves mon- big year i like arizona state at home on his twenty four and a half against kent state that blowout city they. I'm going to leave it on the grass right there. What are you doing forks. Maybe could pick on need you to tell me a good pick. Give it correct. I got b._y._u. Plus six and a half at home against utah. I think they could win that game. Umass was one of the few teams i was on the right side of every week this this last year plus fifteen and a half over fifty five against rutgers like mississippi state minus twenty against lafayette. That's brandon walker walker walk. The line guarantee commits me jobs online. I like bama minus thirty three and a half at home against the quarterbacks gone. You won't bring walker gone. I just like that guy. He is but you like that jobs on people yeah you go all in i think that's pathway to your job was on line two hundred sixty so you don't bet things you can't afford to lose imagine. If you've done sixteen i got at the burger tennessee. Twenty six at home against georgia state is at tennessee in in knoxville couple of weeks ago. The room is the trees though whispering feels like ninety eight around here. That's what they're saying. They expected in a big year to say it was it was like ninety eight around different. Georgia eight must be t martin tennessee really saying feels like this t shirts feels like ninety eight around here yeah but can you afford to put up with the guy. I'm not gonna say his name if they saw making a run where he likes likes vanderbilt. Oh he does yeah typical likes me mandy guy i think he goes back and forth that makes sense. I like the northwest north west and plus six and a half against stanford. I think they eat beckham close now. Here's somebody who called me. I start on this game. I went back and forth but i keep he is open and i'll listen information but somebody called the radio the other day. Tell me liberty was a great play. Plus nineteen at home against syracuse is a season line hugh freeze. I'm will die the other day from staph infection freeze back yeah at liberty to speak so he almost died yeah staph infection last week fake. I don't know they don't know yet those post also what's that number nineteen on. That's on my list of look. Ahead hasn't livestock here. They've maryland cannot get good tech all right. Well okay. I'm not talking like i'm not done talking after talking about the game. You're more than welcome to add you to send you guys let me finish. They have a quarterback liberty was broken every record in the book for them and and he's coming back for his senior year so thinking that put points liberty plus nineteen coming out of staff vision rico now you may speak syracuse maryland so even if liberty doesn't keep it really really really close. You'll have the opportunity for which i think. Syracuse takes for the guests at the end of the game okay so there's no real or fake. The staff i think is real because that's the problem with faking being funerals then you're the fake funeral but the true but take this quarterback with that offense and him coming off of staph infection listen. F._s._u. was the worst teams in the year last year that plane boise state. I can't let boise state get away. They're fundamentally sound team. I'll take the points plus four and a half yes. I also liked the film korea. I didn't take it but i would say no. Other team in the country needs to win this game on florida's dave. I'm i'm with you on that because that's a bet you make based solely on last year and if i lose i lose i also liked the under fifty one and a half freshman quarterback for boise and the kid blackman who's going to be ugly. Berkey beat out hornibrook. It's not that hard. Forty ca is like the third third best wisconsin quarterback of all time. I have national fifty typically. I've michigan minus thirty four at home against middle tennessee state. I also what is michigan right now win the natty. I think that's i always get the worst lines in my book. Yes yeah mine. I meant i meant lemme check points but <hes> yeah i'm checking right now. Points bet dot com michigan begin to win the natty. Keep going. You have points. That's college basketball anyway. Just fourteen to one it dude got jesus christ keiko. This is how you get paid. I got l._s._u. Minus twenty seven and a half at home against georgia the southern <hes> just under the lights l._s._u. Always good bet. I got auburn mice three and a half. I like the over fifty five and a half in that game as well. I think think patrick nix his younger brother cousin or whatever he's gonna have used game in their everyone's taken fucking like we said everyone taking oregon so i'll be an auburn missouri my a seventeen and a half at wyoming you've heard about brian injury noam not i like texas minus twenty and a half at home against law tech pay attention now rico all texas plays. We'll have the number twenty six in the back of their helmet the cedric benson who died tragically so that'll be a die game which you know i love <hes> and then i got houston to beat oklahoma the money line. I got him plus twenty three and a half. They don't stop scoring the whole game and that's my week one card no out no word on live bullets yet. Let's go that was good. <hes> the line for michigan to win it all is let's see championship fifteen to one but they boosted it on points back to eighteen one eighteen one eight hundred nine one. I bet you can't get better odds than that. No it's boosted. Its looking pinpoints. Bet michigan michigan them says misfit missions and make the playoffs. I dunno daily i do. I just said it. I i'll ask you the same question again. It is the fourth quarter with four minutes left is josh gad is calling plays jim. Harper harmony is horrible that michigan's making the playoffs. That's okay. I'll do my card real quick so have a couple that are same as david. I like him minus minus thirty three and a half over fifty six and a half utah minus five and a half. I like rice plus twenty two and a half. I think army's got a lot of hype yeah. You can get ready for the triple option when you have a whole whole fucking nine months dude okay okay. Okay okay okay. We'll talk to him. Okay ohio state f._a._u. Over sixty three and a half that's the easiest bit of my life. Lane kiffin good pick come on how state doesn't have defense. I mean they will. They do have a defense goud. That's going to be a shootout actually got put that in right now bama first half love virginia tech minus four at bbc don't like that at all. I love it boy. You you say plus five hundred four and a half at you houston plus twenty three the money one what lock of the week. I don't know probably like fifteen one more than that might points. What does the money line what houston houston houston houston money line they probably won't they won't have that points checkpoints pets.com my lock of the week fresno state plus at u._s._o. Like that that coach is a walking dead man. He's dead clay. Helton is dead and fresno state fresno state class. Has he'll still there you know but he he is he isn't but he model oh and he plays anywhere valley. No no older than you know anytime anyplace anywhere got it so we moved valley valley the valley. They got that began but that wasn't the model. The model is anytime anyways anyways anyway. I like it plus nine. Thirty points bet wa- ooh. I thought it'd be more than that. It'd be higher my opinion to in. I will get that higher. We'll talk to points but we'll get higher fresno state quarterback. I was on last year west coast rico. I don't care that is a fundamentally sound football team playing against a team that is not fundamentally sound in u._s._c. Fresno estate also traditionally and everything about them is still the year. They gave you a see that game in pat hill anytime anyplace anywhere but they come to the valley. That's just make stuff. We know that at this point but i will say fresno state always schedules really hard and gets worn out at the end of the season so i like him early got. I'm putting liberty right now. I love that ohio state over for people like that too. I'm surprised nobody gave this out ole miss. Are you surprised yeah. Memphis over sixty six and a half is actually my lock in college. Football show wants to watch show. It's not it's not. I don't know what is not. Thanks but he's not my lock yeah. It was okay so you copy my luck clay travis me apathy hurt you. It did pass it apps. They east tennessee state over fifty one and a half. I love app state. This year. Lov app state in their two games against f._c._s. teams last year scored fifty four and seventy two. They got a quarterback zach act thomas. They've got a great running back. I love this team. I think they cover the fifty one and a half by themselves. We said about the forks minus twenty four and a half also take. I minus fourteen point five. They got this quarterback named jaden daniels who everything i'm reading on him. They love him. They also have a thousand. I think fifteen hundred yard rusher in the kid you know benjamin he's great. We touched on the state ohio f._a._u. Over i like houston plus twenty two i like army minus twenty and a half get down to the football number by that point and the lock unlock the week. Our guy had on me. I have rice is last year. It was what's your first half line twelve. Is that points. I got it because there's no way that the first half line is twelve commend with my nine is twenty two and a half. I had two and a half as of last when i was when i got it. I'll numbers as you nano on the real number yeah. That's why i spent numbers what you got him now. I know the real number well yeah. We always shop for dance. You shop for the best number but we you just go once when i got bosco. Just make a festival company strong of twelve points but that's what i have. I said what we got. Twelve twelve go twelve dollars rice's when i got it off my twelve rice bryson thirty. One offensive line starts contact anthony doing financially. He's good but he's fat to right he. He's he's heavy. He's working on. He's a good guy great guy. Army army plays one game every two years. I love this one. I think they're gonna be jazzed up nike mosher home night games once it's every two years home night games once every two years rice's projected dead scoring dead last in scoring and total offense according to phil steele. I love army. I think that that option just gonna keep running even when they pull the starters it's system the next kid in boom boom boom faked. I've runs around the end. Ninety five year old starts out law me. I said that's the lock of the week via. Uh pointsman points bet. I do my points but my point spat lock louise semi michigan their mission leo and this game by sixty. I like that. I'm actually input michigan right now all right <hes> hank do you have your point spent lock of the week reminder. If you go to points bet right now you put it in code barsha. You get hundred dollars free. They've sold me my guy dana. I'm all over houston. I love. I love that the worry the four guys in the room all of houston no no because we're a pro. I'm not i tell you something that drives me nuts. When you ask questions question someone starts answering you cut it off before they can answer it. God well you like dick vitelle learning a little bitel so maybe you hate yourself. You ask a question. I saw you worry that houston on my actually no because you just cut off. The answer is no because it's a prime where like dana holds in house so people always go on him to begin with. He's literally hangs best friend so if you let me answer the question that with a answered it. I don't think this is a normal like we don't view houston in that t- normal to the rest of the world there. I finished with the movie peck real quick. <hes> just saw good boys. Those very funny sad had no no no. That was the little kids. Skip school has comedy once upon a time yeah. I didn't like it really. I really didn't and i also your smirk didn't know anything about <hes> the factual thing that would who's that guy manson manson. I didn't know anything about him. So the whole time. I was like when they were hinting at it. It was right on it. I know it again. You're not smart enough. I thought it was a great ending. <hes> spoil it g baby does but <hes> they thought it was a great ending but <hes> i thought the first two and a half hours was a wasted storyline that never really fully entangled. Is it always that this the last thing we gotta go but one last thing is there. One team greg group of kids. We have an eye on anyone yeah upstate absolute scrape love kids why they're good. They're just like someone have officer like no yeah. We'll find that you're i don't want to jump on that. Okay absolutes my team but i will find it. Should we get like an award or something on there too. Yeah sure like maybe a statute will. Maybe it'd be just a real with awesome yeah ah.

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Walker & Laney Hayes: The Best Love Song. Blessing Others. Grieving the Loss of a Child. Practicing Gratitude. (#39)

4 Things with Amy Brown

1:28:26 hr | 1 year ago

Walker & Laney Hayes: The Best Love Song. Blessing Others. Grieving the Loss of a Child. Practicing Gratitude. (#39)

"I am so excited about this new hulu original series of four weddings and a funeral from executive producer mindy kaley. If follows the lives of four american friends who whether array tumultuous year of romance and heartbreak in london relationships are forged and broken and of course there are four weddings and a funeral this show is filled with let drama and surprises. Oh it's so relatable catch the premiere of the new rom com series four weddings and a funeral july thirty first only on hulu take a little life hours thirty. I i was pretty beautiful. Little mouth exciting kick with four with amy brown. Laney's forty by the way long looking smoking hot for yeah. Yeah well walker does know is that i've started recording. That's awesome but he's brought it up is gone and she is so fine farm for twenty crazy yeah so i've got walker hayes and laney hayes on the podcast today so they are going to do all all four things with us which is awesome. We're going to cover <hes> just some of walker's music which is amazing. I feel like he is a talented songwriter like so talented. He will forever have a special place in my heart will for one you may recognize his voice because he does the theme song to this podcast <hes> in case you don't know but this is walker walker do you do you remember seeing this in your headphones sandra the life beautiful yeah so i had sent walker when i asked him because walker night developed a relationship because walker is also the guy that gave my mom a theme song like my mom was battling cancer. We would talk about her on the bobby bones show from that the pimp enjoy joy movement was born and you know then next thing you know walker busts out with this song titled joy like judy and then walker wait you don't know is that song well. I probably have told you before seem may no but i'm just now going to tell everybody. I'm sure i've told everybody before but i'll say it again is that the song is such gift like to me and my sister my family and friends and <hes> my mom's grandkids my kids who didn't get to know her her because you since the song like i feel like we at least concorded the video in march of two thousand fourteen not sure when you sent the song but once it's my mom had a theme song joy judy. I was like whoa we gotta mom. You need to do a music video and she was so hesitant. It was like being on videos not her thing but that she rolled with it and she was such a good sport and now you know y'all can watch it. It's a it's on youtube but will put it at radio dot com if you wanna check it out but this is my first connection walker and why he and his family will forever be special to me because like this is a video that will forever either for my family to watch this is walker's seeing about my mom choosing joy and it's definitely something if you listen to the podcast and you don't know much about pimp enjoy. I encourage you to go check out because i don't know if the videos it was like just super special to me because it's my but i hope that you'll be touched by two because and that's why when another reason why i'll be forever grateful for walker but he has his his so many other amazing songs and bobby has always praised your songwriting skills and is a big fan of you and we're such a huge fan of laney to two and y'all just have an amazing life with some stories the ups and the downs and y'all are willing to be vulnerable and share and that's we're all about here on this podcast so think we're gonna cover some of those some of those ups and downs so i appreciate y'all coming in to do it for having never sir <music> jinx. You sound brainwave here really fast. Is that what oh you do. That thing can't stand. I think so that goes back to seventeen so and y'all do have six kids so that probably happens thins with them to do you feel like they keep you pretty young kids. Oh yeah absolutely not do not look like you have six kids kids. I gotta tell you all if y'all don't know to walker and laney look like they're like nashville most beautiful people right and then lady you said walkers been when we know you start your working out journey walker. I'll start so i quit drinking four years ago and that's i dabbled and then i became you know it becomes a little bit out of in session and so yes. That's kinda wanna started caring. I guess visiting the gym frequently. I mean because you can tell me if i'm wrong but i mean he was not in bad shape but he went from like walker heya workout. I don't know like men's health magazine cover. He's right. He's always been in great shape and there were seasons uh-huh. Tell them that's not good. <hes> you know we can go deep really now but yeah it became his thing on the road for sure he always either ran or worked out. He always was in good shape but definitely now. It's not yeah it's up the house okay. He's crazy sorry. You can't take him anywhere. It's fine. We'll go ahead and get in your favorite parts it. I'm sorry kick them all but always be like doesn't check seems like it looks the same. I mean i'm i'm terrible affirmation because he always looks the same to me so i'm like. I don't know you look the same as you years ago. Oh and he's like no. That's not the right answer well my. I don't see the fluctuations yeah walker i. I know that you're used to kind of being out there in in sharing latin meaning. You're an artist musician songwriter. You're out there that laney. Thank you for being here with us and i know that y'all are both going to open up about some hard stuff and <hes> again we'll talk about kind of the highs and lows of life and what we like to be here at the podcast is relatable in touch. Somebody and i know that your story about oakley and <hes> losing her and then even like walker you having to deal with that in almost losing laney. I feel like <hes> that's something. We're going to get into as well which i hope. Will you know be comforting. Somebody were all experienced lost at some level but you know the <unk> another level to me like i can't even imagine but even i have appreciated you being open and talking about it so <hes> that said we'll just and and then to i want to get at the end or sometimes what we do with gas to find out things that you're grateful for guess how many things we do for very so while recording be thinking of the four things that you're grateful for they can be serious or fun or whatever and then we'll kind of close with that but with with that set walker do you want or are you gonna sing us to the big sur la for eight k. so i just sent walker occur the four things <hes> the four things <hes> joy seeker which that's what that is called the behind us soil cake. It's something we've had on a shirt and a tote and we called it the ajoy speaker and i was like hey would you mind doing theme song and you're like no problem and then you're like over in the u._k. Or something walk in the streets of london then just spitting out rhymes also excited to do it for you but i didn't have any gear there to like lay down and so yeah one day i remember you being like why needed by certain date and i was like oh crap and <hes> so yeah. I just kinda wrote it. I texted it to my. That's kind of how right right stuff takes myself but yeah i remember walking around and i was like i gotta find a alley where i can sit and sing kasa well. Thanks and so send you you of voice memo and i remember being glad when i sent you that and you're like yeah. That's the that's great perfect. Yes you had the little like the casserole and and how you tied in like yeah we share recipes on here because i told you i think we're gonna be like it'll be all the things like recipes and serious stuff and so you your brain came up with casserole things food food for your soul things so that tied in it's not just about food but food soul mine uh-huh sarah on put some using the <hes> but the fa- my favorite lines cake i mean that's the jam like you need a a hat. Just eat cake. Oh good idea yeah okay. I mean soon to walker. His coffee merged. Yeah don't worry other people do it. We're going to go ahead and start art with the romantic song teased because i feel like this song walker i it's it's so i mean it's it's probably everything every woman don't wanna hear it. I know laney that you that a lot of his songs for him and do you get tired of doing that or is like i get tired of doing talk. Be honest in this interviewed on law yes for sure. I wish i was perfect wife who was like oh bring me all your song online's. I love to hear him but that's not really the reality at our house <hes> when he comes home with a song idea like the day he steps off the bus and he's he's home for a couple of days. We're like you have a new song idea right. Now like couldn't have just waited a couple of days until you go back on the road because he gets in song land and it's hard hard to bring him back like anybody in the creative world kind of knows that you drift off and even though you're there. You're not really there. You're kind of living in your head and creative land so <hes> <hes> yeah oftentimes go. Hey come come back to us like out of creative world but but when he sent me the lyrics to the song i definitely it was different. It was different for it from the others okay and several people that haven't heard it. I'm going to play a little clip here. We can only listen to a little bit of it. Then we might get sued by walker the podcast so let's we can listen quietly for a little bit and then we may have to start to talk over so here is a little bit of don't let her august is little coffee home as strong turn down. You better watch out any she loves. Thanks glitter you battiston and she is a ladder okay so she's insecure. What people probably like okay the cute lyrics but i don't really get it but it's the concept behind that makes the song so fabulous so explain the concept walker a million different things into one <hes> ours is i was actually i wrote this on the same week. I wrote your theme song crazy crazy. I can one week. I had the most fun creative week and <hes> i was miscellany and you know this was last year so i was still you know we're fresh. Shaw the loss of oakley almost losing laney which you know i'm. I'm a i'm leaning would agree. I'm the emotional person person of the family and i have trouble. I don't know what you call it. Just digesting emotions like it takes me. I'm a slow rebound from any emotional the stimulus and so <hes> my hair you know when i miss laney over there i was in the in the u._k. For two weeks i am eh one hundred percent myself and recharging. My batteries would laney in the kids when i'm away from them. Things begin to just go south. I'm just lost and and i just started writing specifics about laney and really it was just a love song like look how much i know about you because i think that's flattering when laney's like when you smell i like that i know it means that when you know how you eat with your elbow upper like little quirks semi knows that about you. You feel like in notice me right and so like honey and that's why i started to do. I was like you know. She loves to sleep late and you know she didn't like you. If you're drunk <hes> and you know and it just all the specifics about lane united story and then i accidentally was like and if she misses me don't and then i was like what what i want you to do if she misses me because honestly selfishly. I'm like letter a little bit you know but then then microphone better but i was i now i want you to you know you know help her move on and then then that's. That's the line that mccain. That's what made it that almost morbid concept answer. That question was like hey you know we're not promised tomorrow and that actually happens to a lot of people and i've i've noticed that ah from from the reactions of this song so many people react and say hey that is mass bows. <hes> you know i lost them and <hes> i needed to hear that phnom. I wanna go out. I'm going to get back out there into the world so yeah. That song is obviously completely about the laney. I really enjoyed it kind of sifting through the specifics of her and i knew when i texted her and by the way she she does not like to always listen to lyrics rex like there's there's. I almost cringe when i'm like. Hey listen praised lonzo because i know she's like so anyway when i sent her this. I knew i was like this is going to get her on. No this is about to get her and it did so laney. What was your when he i sent you like i mean i might. One of my favorite line is home is a favorite restaurant so good. No i really this. One struck me differently than a a lot of other songs. I you know sometimes he comes with a sweet love song wrote a song about you today and i hear it and i'm like no that wasn't really about me but this one obviously yeah yeah <hes> but this one was so genuine and it was it was sweet to think oh you do you just know all the little intricate details of me and who i really am and it's it's fun to feel really known for who you are good and bad and loved anyway and so this song did i kind of i think i am 'bacterial face and was like oh my goodness. That's so suite now on the other hand. I was thinking. I don't know why anybody would want to listen to a song about me <music> but you know i'm thankful that it really does touch other people. You're the inspiration. I think it's just for me listening. I mean yeah. I don't like all home is my favorite restaurant brought by the way too. I feel you on that one but it's just like you can feel. It's so cute. It's cute. It's a cute love song. That's the deep and sweet has so many layers to it. It's not just surface the surface cute. It's deep cue that is that not even when i listened to myself i found myself like i'm confused emotionally unlike in my sad bad or happy or when i laugh you know the the mom line that makes me laugh and then i love the little section of them online the best passive izhak can give you brother don't ever say she's acting just like her mother. Oh yeah i know she does sometimes by the way door mom and it sparked a whole lot of like me. Call him on mom. You're going to get a complex over this song. It said that was a really funny. Well other little interlude and i'll end my mom was so sweet. I was like my kids are going to say that one day that's just life we also that i loved my mom as well but when i mean when she was alive my husband definitely compared to her and in fact even she spent five years now so it's like in that territory where it's okay to bring her up again he will compare. I still get mad. I'm like i don't do that but i mean clearly do that but it's like little people that you're close things about people four. You're like ooh and you know all out like your acting like your dad right now and he's like a one time. That's the fun go-to when you're married. That's just easy. Ammo you know right and then you're like oh. I wouldn't say that i was like they were in the room right but no offensive. The only thing that i might get are y'all close with joe have a healthy in law i mean. I don't think your in laws are listening unless they are but i mean we're yeah. We don't get to see them a whole lot. You know our life stays busy. They don't you know they they come to visit some but we try to. We try to make around. The visit visit everybody at least a couple times a year. Why because y'all schools. I think that's pretty good high school sweethearts so your friends iva no no yeah i mean our parents were once we we started dating in eleventh grade. The economy began to get to know each other but you know i feel like maybe since our our our relationship was so early and an immature age and then you combine that with my career choice you know i can definitely <hes> even though at times i may stress or not appreciate my relationship with my in laws. I can <unk> as a father. I can see how difficult kind of watching us must have have been. You know me like lenny meeting me obviously not being on her level like she was completely out of my league associated press of everything like beautiful. I was kind of a poor student a little more of a wild card and then you know a couple months our engagement. I'm like hey by the way i'm not going to sell real estate. I wanna move to nashville you. Know be a rock star and then turn around. She's popping out. Kids like tic tacs in your life and you know i'm sure her parents. I can definitely see if there's any animosity or was ever any like oh my god. What are y'all doing. I can completely understand where that would come from when i tell our story a lot of times i'm like what were we thinking at. What age were you when you got engaged. Engaged married at twenty four so engaged at twenty three the lone dating long relationship. I think our our life is just never made sense and the things that we love. The most in life are all the things that were really silly to go into. I mean we couldn't afford for this. Dream was crazy chase and then we couldn't afford kids but we kept having them and all the things that we love the most about our journey in life you we now have been the things that don't really make sense. We still can't afford kids and we want to like. We wish someone would just drop quadruplets on our door or you know. I mean we've struggle. Everyone should go download. Don't let her is there. Don't let her merch. Oh yeah. We just came out with the don't ever watch the office without me shirt because that's one of the things yeah so yeah i mean we yeah we never we. We sometimes sometimes we're like are we. We selfish like that. We want you know more kids or and stuff and we're but we're both the davies of the family and so if i think if you walk in our house you you realize that life i i feel like we're lazy at times but we're just there's there's. There's things that were not concerned with. I perhaps like the yard. I don't care like our yard looks like jumanji always and i don't care. I don't fix it until i get a notice notice from the neighborhood. Hey got to mike frill pretty. We the problems going on. I mean we skateboard. We throw the ball in the house. We we just we live in a diff- on mike kind of a different planet and we always have. I think when you have a bunch of kids though you have to learn to let a lot of things go a whole lot of things go just to talk to. Y'all have six still life with kids yeah you now you have to or you don't enjoy your kids and you don't enjoy what you have exactly exactly. I used to be way more uptight about. I don't know what kind of mom laney you thought you're going to be but i thought i was going to never give my kids cereal <music> from that these smooth for breakfast every morning and when i get it with our first kid laney always had like a mini bag of fresh carrots pureed asparagus now. We started avocado lucky charms. It is interesting how you change your. It's just you know it's like wait eight. Why am i so stressed. I mean i feel like we still have aspirations and goals of keeping them healthy and getting them interested in like things that are going to be good for them but but at the end of the day like a bowl of cereal isn't going to hurt anybody but i mean i used to be pretty an even like a little judgy and i take it all back. I don't. I'm not judgy but i remember i would see. I was like i mean because my mom had me that. I eat sugary cereals. I will say we don't have we know of lucky charms. I know yes. I know that's what i'm saying. If i'm out a more i might go oh that route but now it's like even even the convenience sometimes of i think on every morning like stevenson got up and i was like hey buddy. He's what's for breakfast and i was like. Can you just pour yourself bowl and it was amazing. I was like this is the life right. Yes i can't even imagine ideal way up here in the clouds and then there's real life and it doesn't always know though of sugar cereal i will say it has an immediate effect on our kids attitudes so then selfishly like eat a banana right mouse because i just don't want to deal with the way you're going to act after you leave right got serial saying that struggle is real with the dietary stuff is for real. Oh yeah i can see it too and my kids but then sometimes well sometimes kim's. It's like you're saying leaning like you. Just you don't wanna miss out on experiences with your kids like you don't waste. I'm doing the yard if you're missing out on stuff with your kids like for me. I felt like i was sorta going to be the same way about like ice cream creamer different things and then there's times you got a family and we all get it together and it's like if i was trying to be up tight about it. We'd miss out on those moments like kids. Love treats like that and construe you know. I don't want to be like so uptight. I can't even enjoy ice cream with my kids but <hes> okay simple four we again back to don't let her which you should be downloading now on itunes support report walker and laney and they're six kids but let's listen to a few more lyrics to see where we are kind of like. Let me turn it up not a professional here but hold on ever seen her favorite flower lower. Don't ever watch the office without after shirts available in your favorite season spoke. Oh i do down august thirty first yeah. No i now see i'm not that into all that my husband aena he's on the countdown and i'm like gosh. I'm very lucky. Laney laney's like avid sports like if i was like hey we're going to have a special vessel date tonight. I have a surprise for you if i was like hey i got tickets to cardinals game or braves game or a football game. She would lose her mind like that's. That's where where she likes to hang and again. I'm i'm a lucky lucky dude. She knows more about pro baseball than i do right now. I'm on the road singing. I i don't really know you get to watch every game and she'll be like do the red sox lost by this much and this is how this was crazy and just watch it by herself like after i think it's probably been since getting since having boys and they've gotten older and them at baseball and then just kind of getting into it and then watching some games with them. You know it's kind of been a process i i can't say i was always like that but it is a fun thing to do as a family and we're kind of obsessed with playing the show on the playstation welcome so we've gotten a lot of baseball knowledge that way too. I do love football not wake up. Four of our kids were august baby. This show as they say oh okay he goes to the red sox play with the dodgers she so could talk speaking that right now and i'm just hearing a song. She lags red doc. I like dodgers right. Put it on a shirt just getting but i know we mentioned the the merchant i and this stuff about walker. I just want to say to you can go to walker hayes dot com right walker now because i mean you get get it. Check it out and use a monkey it so healthy plant based nontoxic cleaning products. They do work and believe me. I'm one tough customer customer. So if you're like me you only want the best. But where do you start then. 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They may want to see how they can get involved or they may just be inspired expired by like wow like you can make a difference and you can bless people big or small and crag happened to go. I mean he went big for y'all and we'll get into exactly how but here is craig by walker. Hayes sounds cool right not from go right stealing figured out churches coach. K. started so obviously they're here. Applying crack is like you <hes> jesus like he's tight with jesus 'cause he. Has you know a relationship you met him at church but you kinda like this guy is different than maybe other alley had had experienced so walker. Let you take yeah craig. <hes> there's two massive like there's two two large things that i that <hes> struck me about craig is one i i can be very judgmental person especially upon like a christian community because i've a lot of times sounds i found myself picking them up apart because they are proclaiming one thing but then acting a certain way and that's that's my problem that's wrong of me <hes> but crags eggs relationship with lane and i was so unconditionally loving and we never felt if felt preach stat or even taught i would probably have backed off from just that type of person but he just loved us and so that was definitely a luring <hes> quality that he possessed asan. He's his relationship with us was so <hes> had no agenda just just they just wanted to. They just loved us you know and and then also i was beyond inspired obviously by by by crag giving us a car and and there's there's many reasons sins but one was because do didn't ask you know the i found myself. A lot of hold on. I'm gonna backup might be wanna know baxter story so y'all all started in laney. I don't even know that. I know this bill like who like found the churchill going to start going to be was started going where you going and then walker started going and then what was what was going on ios life around that time and then boom now craig is in the picture so i originally met lara craig's wife through a mutual friend just kinda nice to meet you and that was it and then saw her later at basketball at arcades basketball games and just started talking to her. She told us they had just moved here. Had started carded a church and i was like oh yeah yeah great. That's nice and then they invited us and i was like i don't know so i kinda got online and i was like what kind of churches this. What do they believe you know what's going on here and <hes> she struck me of course as super conned and friendly from the very beginning and we certainly clicked and then i drug my family there and it was in the winter so it was pitch black dark it was at night they were meeting at night and we were driving to the middle of the country in our guys. I don't know what we're about to drive up to like. I was kind of a little bit flipping out about. I don't know where i'm taking my family. <hes> and then we walked into this church at night and every it was was just it was amazing. People were so kind and welcoming and loving and kids everywhere and running around and it was just the most come come exactly how you are and we love you sort of place that we had walked into so that was kind of how it started and then we did develop a very close friendship with craig and laura and their kids over the course of time and you can go from here well yeah and at that time in our lives <hes> i was. I was drinking heavily <hes> probably when we rolled into that church church. I'm sure i'll i've been drinking all day. <hes> we had we were about to have whereabouts actually be pregnant with our sixth. We adjust had add number five number five k. You know things were going downhill fast like money wise <hes> job wise. I had not gotten a job job yet. At costco was was about to and <hes> but yeah laura. I mean honestly lauren crag <hes> they they just just they adopted us is what they did. I mean they they. They called us. There's they open their house to us. He showed up. You know tamasha shows like a father figure would and sat in the back and anytime i saw craig in the back chat in somebody's ear off on knew that he was like dude good you'd like have you ever heard of this guy. He seems like he would always tell every night like after a show he'd be like you need to be playing arenas man i can't i can't believe you're playing and i'll just like it was so calm and and and and genuine and and then yeah a relationship just you you can continue to grow and then about three years later. We had our six kid <hes> everley and we were. We're down to one car. We we had hidden the fact that i got dropped from the label from an endorsement deal that i had because i knew that as soon as this volkswagen dealership dealership found out that nothing was going on musically that they probably take that van back in all we had was this old honda <hes> the laney brought in when when we got married and so the van got taken away i remember i remember watching the truck. Take it and the kids were like that's awesome. You know how they put it up on the truck and i was like stand but at the same time and so things got rough you know and and <hes> you know i acted like oh i got you know i got it figured out and we shared a car for about six weeks and one night craig shows up unannounced. What's we had invited. He showed up after becket's <hes> baseball game and <hes> got out of his own minivan and laura his wife life drove in in in another car and he had this big grin on his face and and we argued you know he was he was like take take the car car. You know just take it. I know you you know you need it. All you got to sign. He had the title handed the song is exactly what what went down and and <hes> i was like nah because honestly i was genuinely embarrassing. Just proud and didn't wanna accept help because you know accepting help just felt like i was saying that i couldn't do it. You know on my own and i remember my daughter. I remember her saying dads is take the car and then i remember craig saying he actually him and his brother were like really good wrestlers in high school and at one point he said i'm going to wrestle. You've you know afford it and i was like nah. No thanks i don't wanna wrestle and so i just took i took the car and we drove it home and <hes> and i immediately fell a burden just lifted <hes> i felt the ability to focus on other things and not be so stressed out about you know the vehicle situation a an obviously the kids were much safer riding in a car that they often driving everywhere in the honda would laney nine six kids and so it was definitely illegal <hes> and you know we. We weren't like proud of that. That's all we had but yeah. I mean and do showed up and he didn't ask like said i mean he saw a need and he just i think him and laura probably spoke like hey can. We do this and end end end craig. You know i think a lot of people feel like he just hands out cars and can do that. I mean he i think after he gave us the car he went and bought himself. Love something used like for five or six grade. It's not it's not like he was like. I'm going to get a tesla c._e._o. No that was a that was definitely the <hes> financial push for them. That was not really something they could necessarily afford to do. People think oh they must be well the n._b._a. Would just do that. They really couldn't they were stepping <music> out in faith just seeing a need that we had and how can we help. They're just those people you know. It wasn't that that was an easy thing for them. They were they were really just stepping out four kids right yeah. No i have goose phone. They didn't have like a bank account of money that they could rely on. If something happened i mean they were really you. They were going out on a limb for us for sure that was they went out to bless you and and walker. What do you like he. He proved to you that like yes there. Are there can be people that maybe aren't necessarily they are walking the walk and talking the talk and that's you craig wasiyu so that's why i will. That's what the song is is all about and then you from that. The craig fund was born. His is unreal. <hes> i get teary eyed every time we do something just because of how just for circle it is but we have <hes> we have a craig fund and <hes> we sell shirts where the those those shirts every shirt that we sell the proceeds go to crack font and then people just drop huge installments dominance like people were just like when we lost oakley the crag fine filled up that was kind of people's way of <hes> you know saying they love us and and <hes> in honor of oakley and stuff and and what what we do is we it was a lot of logistics in hoops and loopholes to jump through at first but we we gave our first car away <hes> to a single mother and again it was just an emotion is such an emotional moment and <hes> we're going to continue to to do those things and find ways that the craig fine can be used but it's all about exactly what greg did for me. It's what we do. Is we take some missions nations of who you can like nominate for the craig thing and people send us you know we had about fifty submissions narrowed down for us and then me and laney and the kids sat down and we went through like fifty one night and and it was like okay who is so hard but <hes> you know we'll keep all those and do it again and again and again and it's my favorite part of of being a you know whatever whatever you call me you know singer songwriter recording artists or whatever i mean that's it to me. That's the dow's the most fulfilling moment i think i've experienced in this us in this job is when when we showed up in town and i was able to give this lady a hug and <hes> her kids written me you know letters and i sat in the car and it was so clean and and you know from from my experience crag. I remembered how nice that were like to sit in a car that just started started. When you turn the key you know and you push the button and the window works and you're hot in the air makes you cold out very this is like the those things things. I think you know now. Leaning are okay financially right now and we it's funny how fast you take those things for granted but i know where those people are karen. I love reading the submissions and the people that write the submissions or they're they're craig's in themselves like just to to sit down and write essays about someone they love and why they need a car. They need assistance so it's a it's a really really gratifying fulfilling fun part of what i'm able to do do now and that craig fun stuff can be found at walker. Hatestock cost all over the pa yeah so be craig shirt you know those were everywhere and <hes> <hes> from amy. This team set up the fun but it's all the people out there that are filling it ties. The money is mice the the fans. I mean there there. I know it's it is an amazing. It is an amazing feeling and you know walker walker your i know sometimes you know. People ask you to sign like pimp and joy stuff like you're one of the original joy tempers because of the theme song and it's it's like that's something to where i i. I know exactly what you're feeling like watching people rally together for a cause and a reason a movement and it's so cool to see people react react and they wanna be a part of something bigger and better because that's what kim joy is to me. It's what the craig funds. Y'all and this a lot similar honor to your mom. I'm sure you're like to to me. It also like that elevator thing. She taught that's what grabbed me see. You must have been relisting seem to the bobby bones show her dad or maybe read maybe heard about you talking about her and then read something in in something written written about you talking about her you said she was she was choosing joy and at the hospital in the anderson when she would be like having a rough day like going to get treatment. It was just like <hes> but she knew everyone else at m._d. Anderson was probably having really rough days too so she would make an effort to talk to people on the elevator like such a cute sweater or whatever uh-huh and i'd like who talks if on the elevator but she did and i guess you picked up on that and then i i don't know that we've ever talked about how you decided the rhino. That was the the spark and you have to like. That's i think that's that's what i feel about. Craig is like just the way he spoke doc to me that first night and now full circle were just dropping cars on people because other people are doing and then that happens outside of us like but you know we'll meet people in line and they'll they'll say hey i donate. I just gave some money car because i heard about your friendship but you have to fill the you know the same i'm way about that's just a cool thing how small to me something can be and then a couple of years go by and it's a firkin franchise like it's just is happening and it's all it was literally because of love it was was because one person just wasn't in love with himself. They were actually in love <hes> with everybody else just for a second and then bone this is red. I know craig was kind of when you talk about releasing the song in it being public like i was like oh always still does it was uncomfortable for him because he wasn't doing it for any sort of he didn't want praise or recognition he just wanted to again. I'm just blessed y'all and so but but for him and because him and his wife they felt it was put on their heart this what they needed to do and they were obedient with that like nick. This is the domino effect this is the the blessing upon blessing blessing and it's multiplying and y'all are keeping it going and walker with your platform orm like an y'all fans together. I mean hello you'll do have these are the heads of our lives basically our own soap opera <hes> housing but y'all are y'all are using y'all are doing good with it and i think that that's what's important some people. I don't really wanna talk about it but when you do it's not not like for bragging because you know that it's possible because of everyone and it's also to inspire yeah it is craig didn't even wanna to play the song for his kids. That's how you know humble. He is about kind of recognition and then on a year on a funny note. One songwriter came up to me and he was like do that. Same thing happened to me. Somebody gave us a car now. Sykes shiro's song was originally just meant as a thank you for him home and then it was never meant as an album edition yeah. Let's listen to this hook one last time in case craigslist thing craig if you're you're listening this goes out to you sounds cool right not just go right. I still figure it out church. Okay auto body jasmine ask tied with a man. He's not but just beat with a lyrical genius. You know he will listen yeah living being offered awesome. Hey laura hey so that's another song to walker shrouding any like shut up but you can download do good. You won't do it so walker. I have tattoos that are super personal to me. Yes like i have joy tattoo my mom's handwriting on my wrist and then i have s. bois right below that which means hope in grill and that was just for me like our adoption process took five years so obviously having lost my mom having joy in writing on my wrist is a big deal and then spa. Is there as everyday reminder as we were going through. That process of you know like don't lose hope this is going to happen. Even though there were days days where i thought okay this might not happen but that was my reminder and so i know that you have oakley's footprint on your arm and and so i know like even getting into this right now. I think it is something. I know it's so personal for y'all and i appreciate you sharing but even something like like that every day having to look down. I'm sure it has sometimes like for me. Seeing my mom's handwriting. It's like so special but then sometimes it's also hard yeah yeah and so how how long has it been since she would. She would be one year in about two months now. Okay gene six point roy yeah and <hes> you know you just talk about i <hes> lane i kind of decided together <hes> to not be private about this and i think one of the reasons we did is because there were a couple of people that were nine private about their own experiences that showed up for us literally. The day of like i'm talking about wilde gaining was in this in in the operating berating room and i was there alone by myself. <hes> what was the girl's name michelle. Her name was michelle. I remember name. I've only seen her once in my life and that was that how's that day and she showed up and she began to just talk and walk me through her experience of losing a child and had she been private or never reached out to any organization that cared about that happening to someone else. We would have been completely lost that day. I didn't know you know this sounds silly but when when you when you you know laney had a stillborn. She carried oakland nine months that morning. We thought we're going to have a home birth. We're so excited. I was supposed to play on the t. awards that night like i tv anything just a lot of excitement and happiness and then you know she goes into labor. Her uterus ruptures an hour and a half later. A doctor doctor walks in to to me in a room and says hey you had a little girl. We tried to resuscitate but we could and so. I'm just sitting there alone. <hes> i don't know like i'm obviously want to get to my wife. I don't know if i'm supposed to meet the do you. Do you hold a dead kid do like did that's just a that's like one question my head like do you. Do you hold her. What do you do like what are we bout. If we're going to have a funeral like do you get rid of him at the. I mean i'm clueless. You know what i'm saying. I i had absolutely no idea and then in the meantime emotionally. I'm never experienced an enlightening. Are we go through this together. You know i look at this tattoo still on my arm and it reminds me. I had a bay. I had a kid a baby. I held a kid of mine a real life child in my hands you know they had a foot and another foot and hands in and in hair and a face that there's look like another one of our our kids and so yeah. I don't really know what question i'm answering but i think start off by saying san we would be vocal about it because it's not just us you know this people lose people all the time and it is a shocking lonely emotion ocean and people grieve differently. I needed that girl michelle. There're more than anything she walked us through getting pictures of oakley and and <hes> she she helped us on the cemetery where we would eventually go look and bury our daughter next to hers which which was our shattering shattering just like kind of of that that was just like a. I don't know what what you call it. It just lays we fell in tears. I you know when we when we saw lucy is her name. When we saw her name lane i literally broke down in just shambles and then then a dog came up and peed on grave and we we laughed. We just laughs. We laughed so hard and we needed that dog two p._m. Craig we were like this. Is the perfect spot. We're like it's just like a house dogs everywhere and there's you know lucy here but it's just a whirlwind world win. You know we still are in like i said i still look at at her footprint and i go that happen to us and it happens happens to a lot of people <hes> and you know i'm tom miscarriages to mt sits and then people people just lose people lose grown up kids. You know something about it. Being the other way around. I feel like yeah. I lost my and she she died too young and she had cancer but it was sort of in the right order of like at some point. I was probably hopefully going to say goodbye to my mom and i will to my dad because that's that's what we consider to be the natural progression of life so with y'all having to experience especially after you've got six kids. It's like we'll we're giving giving bursts of this verdict on this before route to meet our new baby and then to do a one eighty and then not like that's. That's a whole different territory even to where i'm just like. I would know what do you do. Do you do hold them and do yeah. Do you take pictures sue ya. I mean michelle shall what a blessing that that she was there and then laney's spot. You're in surgery right so i i mean he went through a lot of it alone because i was in surgery for what a couple of hours and <hes> and at this after that do you hear her state. I wouldn't really honestly it just was such a blur. Wasn't i realized later. I guess how close laney was that to dying <hes> i. I was just oblivious again. I'm concerned with you know with oakley 'cause you're. You're look on it you. You know you're looking at minutes. You're like fifteen minutes ago. There was a heartbeat beat or you and you're like no it. Can't it can't be done now. Like are you sure and you and you're just like no no way this is that this is happening and then i could i could sense distress in the doctor as he continued to visit me and say hey. We're trying to stop the bleeding. We're doing everything we can and then they it would vanish and then i'd be like what did they say to me like. Does it sound it doesn't sound like it's over yet you know and so yeah i mean that was freaky and then the the the worst part of it all was <hes> was when lady came to and and she was she was she added to her mouth so she couldn't talk to me and she was very very drugged and sedated and <hes> she lost a ton of blood <hes> <hes> during surgery and soci- zoo was coming out and awake from that and and she would look at me and i'd be like oh she's going to you know she's going to say something about it and she would touch her stomach and i. I knew she was like trying to say like what you know. She wanted me to say we had a girl or or you know whatever and then i would tell her. I say you know as a girl. She didn't make it and then i could just see lenny's body physically just convulse just go like i thought she's going to have a heart attack because she couldn't couldn't talk or say anything she could just cry and i'll just see tears and tears and then she would kind of pass out and then fifteen minutes later. We'll just do it all again like she wake up like i never told her anything and so over and over you know i've i've continually felt i had to answer and and so you know that completely sucked and then and you know laney leaning on we it's like we're at some somebody explain it to me not like a therapist but a dear friend said psyche are both in the in a car wreck at the same time like exactly the same time and then forever will always is be telling each other what happened in our wrecks like it was the same but differ racks and and you know i i feel so bad you know for for laney because when she woke up she just a kid we're done. We can't have she she. She woke up and got told where you're done. You're not have you can't. We're not having any case it would be irresponsible of yuda to to to become you know pregnant again and that is so hard you know for for me to watch. Laney is just decide what she was born to do. I swear to god awed. That is is just she. She was pot and know that when i met her you know what i meant <unk> eleventh grade. I didn't know she was just she was made to just raise as and love and nurture and care you know for kids but that is <hes> that's where she belongs. She's supposed she's gifted that like like next level <hes> gifted and so's you know she's been struggling with that <hes> truth. You know that she sees you. Whoa you're not like birth control but she we have what a us the wall come on. Somebody help me the goalie the eternal goalie the never goes the way you are you she. She does that thing into birth control. Nah i'm just saying she's on that but when she and i laugh and we're like i hope i still hope like i still hope you know like i hope. I hope you get pregnant in. That's like maybe god's way of saying you can't stop. This train like it's crazy. How big those desires are you know. Yeah like walker said not only did i wake up and realize that we lost. We didn't know she was a girl. So we found out it was girl. You know we lost her <hes> and then they say you know they were able they. They wanted to do a hysterectomy but they couldn't because of you've how much blood loss and they didn't think i could survive it and all of that so <hes> anyway they did not do a hysterectomy so for walker me. We're going we'll. Maybe they're still still a chance. You know like that's how badly we love. Having kids like that is his only dream is not music but that that is my dream mike. I love having kids and just pouring everything i have into them like <hes>. I don't know so yeah to wake up to realize we've done and that you know that wasn't our plan. You know that was our plans. Just getting completely halted and told you know you're doing one eighty from this actually you you know <hes> is hard is so many layers to process to take in so many levels of grief grieving oakley you know after losing her you know <hes> <hes> ma body has a hard time healing and then it's the things like your milk still comes then you know a day or two later and it such a harsh reminder that you don't have a baby <hes> and so you have these physical things you're dealing with the emotional toll <hes> you know you're almost still in so much shock. It's kind of the lord's way of protecting you. You can't take it in. It's hard to even grasp. It's a process of grieving because you can't you can't really understand the weight of it immediately <hes> and we had so many people there for us <hes> the people at the hospital the stuff. We didn't know i mean holder or spend time with her hugger. Love what you can. <hes> try to memorize are features. You know you just look at our toes studier looking at her because you're not you won't. You're not gonna see her again. <hes> a photographer named kelly showed up and did pictures for us and you you know then i said. Leila is our only child that met her and held her but i said you know. Don't take pictures on your cell phone because i don't know that you want that in your camera roll and i regret that i mean you know i didn't know i it's not you're not taught on how to do this and so we didn't take snapshots of her but thankfully kelly was there and did pictures ever and that's all we have and so <hes> i am so thankful because i mean what i what i do things differently in some some ways yes but in other ways i'm so thankful that these people showed up because they helped us grieve in the healthiest way that we possibly could going through something like that and we wouldn't have known how to do that <hes> how to walk through losing her and and then you know it's the things you're not expected for. You know you're holding. You're you're holding. You're dead baby and you just it is the weirdest thing they look just like every other newborn we ever had and you are. You're physically staring at them going. Please just breathe like there's you know you just think oh. They're going to start art breathing even if they're not this isn't true. You know they're going to breath. You know it's just hard to it's hard to take it in because you really we are and the other thing and this you know maybe a lot of information but she was cold and so the mom and you just keeps kind of wanting to snuggle her up and hold her closed and rapper up because you know she's cold and <hes> you know spiritually. I'm going. She's not here you know. This is just her shell. She's not here. She's very much alive. Just not right here with me but the mom of you can't get past the this is her physical. Oh body that you want to care for <hes>. Even though you know she's not there but it's it is traumatic and traumatizing and we do want to share her story because if it can help somebody like you said not feel alone if it can you know if we can help somebody grieving the healthiest way that they can. You know we wanna we wanna do that. It's also therapeutic. I mean selfishly just to relive it. <hes> i can still oh just as we talk about it. There's there's still shock here. I mean really is there. Her picture is at the it's. It's in our room. It's in our room where it all went down and <hes> i mean some nights we just sit there and talk you know and and look at her picture and still absorb like this happened to us. You know like you said is probably a miracle that you can't if you could if you could feel it all at one time. You probably just explode blowed. You know your heart would stop or something but yeah <hes> we we were so lucky. The the commute this community munity <hes> not gonna lie like artists were so competitive like we just compare each other to each other and we wanna. We wanna be friends iran's but we wanna be sell more albums than the other one or i do. Speak in personally but i'm gonna tell you something when something like this happens or when it did to us <hes> we had a meal that day from russell dickerson's <hes> family him and his wife that day <hes> i. I know they were busy. <hes> seem t stuff and she left laughed and homemade the most incredible lasagnas and <hes> just a buckets filming we. I don't think we paid for a meal or fixed a meal. She you know oakley. We loss oakley in june on june sixth and i promise you we have food till september more food that when you could eat you know and for us to be you know we felt. It took us a while. Just get back out into life you we know and so the last thing you wanted to do was was why worry about where we gonna eat tonight and and so yeah i mean it was we were so well. Taking care of craig and laura showed up. They met they met oakley. They older that he actually officiated like a little funeral service service. Mama boys and i buried her. I we've we've filled it. The whole up with dirt and cracking law were there and we were just surrounded by. We had a lot of family and friends. Show up that day and you know it's. It's a tricky situation for all of us to navigate. Nobody knows what to do. Do you know death is awkward. It can be awkward for all of us. We don't know how to walk through it really nobody i mean people talk about it but <hes> well. I think y'all being willing to share your story and then kind of also to it is that that's an accurate statement. Meant death is is awkward so it's like just people should just show up. I mean it's a reminder for me to hear that too. You and i think other people listening like if if you know someone's gone through something. Sometimes you just don't want to be in the way or you don't wanna like you don't really know well komo that close to them but i mean i i've sympathy for them. I empathize or whatever the case may be like. I i hurt for them right now. Because i know that they're hurting and this has gotta be painful but like but what do i do and so i don't know like sometimes we do nothing yeah but it's <hes> i think that this is probably a reminder that just just do if it's put on your heart like don't ignore that just do and i know probably the people that sent meals publishing publishing companies and labels and you know so many people were providing food for us and that might seem silly and small to them but it really did people feeding eating us through august it was i mean it really was such a blessing because physically i couldn't for awhile and then after that you just trying to pick up up the pieces i mean you just are trying to your best to maintain some sort of let's get back into life light. We can't just hole up in our house forever <hes> and to have have that taken care of and provided for us it really was that was huge. That was so huge and that was you know. Maybe people saw that a small just okay. I'm going to send them a gift card hard for ubereats or whatever people might have done. I mean it it what you're saying amy that's like to me the us experience experience in that and and the people that did show up <hes>. It's it's to me like the right answer in that case that you're talking about. I feel the same way like i know that guy that will like it's gonna be weird. You know if i show up and i feel like the right answer takes the most courage and like craig humanity how scary it would be to drive up to a dude son base- baseball the game son's baseball game and be like take this car like. I can't imagine a more frightening thing to do and the same thing you talk about michelle. Shell showing up for me that day. I'm not like i'm i'm pretty angry person in amid psych emotions like that so i can't imagine being on on her side of that waiting room and talking to a completely silent man whose wife isn't even out in in an okay yet and just start blah and just start telling my story you know that's just not had that required some serious bravery so yeah. What i'm saying is probably like it's good to yeah. I mean that's what i'm receiving from this now and even a reminder to myself and then sometimes when you're hesitant tin on sharing your story and sometimes it may hurt but i think we all learned for its therapeutic <hes> and then also it like michelle. It probably was painful. It probably walked her through her entire thing and she's having to relive it but somewhat therapeutic but also now now it gives not that you wanna give you have to find. It's almost like you wanna find the reasons why things go bad. It's not like there's the whole that everything happens for a reason season or like okay well. This is why that happens that we can better prepare me but for me i think if you look at it like <hes> we had this really crappy situation like this <music> sucked but in order to make the best of it. I have to look for the ways to make this better league. You can choose to live in the crap and make it crappy and it be a horrible situation. Shen like the whole like my mom's gains rattled losing her to that could have been like we could have just lived in the crap. It sucked it was brutal. The things i saw i will never unsee it was horrible and nobody should have to die that way like it just was not right and you know there till her last breath i even laid with her dead body for like an hour with my sister and thought it was awkward but it's like my sister. I made a choice like okay. What are we going to do from here on out. What's the legacy gonna be arena you. You just sit in this yuck or are we gonna like look for how we can help others with this and so then now. That's what we've done and i feel like to y'all sharing your story. That's what you can do is look for the reasons for michelle. Yeah i mean she went through it but then she was able to help you and she she was such he was like your angel that day walker i mean like a huge blessing and then now y'all are going to be that for somebody else because it the stuff is going to happen in life it is but when you put yourself out there and you open up like you have an opportunity to be that angel for somebody else like a year until you somebody listening right now like it has ben or god forbid like somebody listening and then you know something like a year or two later something may happen with this podcast may right and they may remember oh gosh like they know what you're saying in that things like remember to how to how to grieve and everybody grieves differently but but <hes> and not that y'all went into necessarily exactly how you grieve the process but just for y'all being open in sharing. I'm so thankful and i appreciate. She ate you opening up for my listeners to uh okay now. It's gratitude time and i want to hear the fourth thing so technically because it's time to today we're going to get eight eight two eight eight things yeah well walker yuga foreign lane yougov four and it's just something fun to do because you know with gratitude when you practice that that's what brings true joy and so that's where all about on the podcast so we want to encourage that and maybe it'll get other people to be thinking about what they're grateful for today. Okay put me on the spot here. Well obviously i mean. I'm not just saying that but i'll tell you this all the time and <hes> i mean i i it's. It's so cheesy but i'm grateful for her. You know who i. I never would have thought you know just i mean. I guess i'm halfway through life here and i'm just really glad that i have. I'm glad i found her so early. <hes> <hes> my best friend just just somebody i wanted just the whole whole my hand through everything you know and even the worst stuff you know i i've. I feel like i've experimented holding lenny's hand through all things and <hes> she's. There's no one else i'd rather like get old with him. Obviously grateful for for her. I'm so grateful for all of my children living and gone <hes> they are unreal. I learned so much from my kids about my own broken. This and i don't know they make me laugh but they also just make me love life <hes> even more i'm grateful for i'm grateful for music. You you know music. <hes> brought us together. <hes> it is <hes> you know always tell any this and she makes makes fun of me because i'm so emotionally attached to all music but it it truly is. I can't imagine a life without it. I can't imagine agean a life without <hes> being able to make it <hes> for therapeutic reasons <hes> it has saved my life a billion times and <hes> it's it's given me <hes> purpose and then <hes> and then my last but but not least grateful and i don't really know how to say this but i'm right now. I'm greg. I'm grateful for the bible. I'm grateful for that book <hes>. I don't know everything in it. <hes> i don't know how to apply you know verse after verse but i'm grateful that that is a resource for me this time in my life as i kinda add up all my experiences and try to move forward as an old man. I'm glad it's there for me and the man it is in their <hes> with me. I think so. I love those four things. I want to try to not jump all over the things he's so. I can't i got no. I don i <hes> this is super super generic and it's kind of a wonderful miss. America can answer but <hes> i know right miss. Alabama doesn't really suit me very well but <hes> but i'm gonna just go generic with love on the first one. I mean walker and <hes> spin more tom than you know you just talking about love. Just how you know. How do we love each other better. How do we love our kids better. How do we love other people. <hes> obviously flee. We have a handful of people in our life that have really impacted us in that have taught us shown us <hes> you now craig other friends reading about jesus whatever i mean it's we an another book. We're both reading right now coming. We are constantly talking about. How can we just love other. People better <hes> so that's just kind of generic a little bit of the second one. I want to say laughter because that gets us through a whole. Oh ho ho lot yeah and you know i'm sure soon as walker feels like the gesture yesterday the family but unlike we laugh so much when he's home and i'm so grateful for that <hes> it gets you through anything. It's like us trying to pick out a burial plot for oakley and it's the worst experience you can even imagine walking through and then he makes me laugh. He makes comments and we just giggle goal and i'm like golly. I'm so thankful for moments of laughter <hes> whether it's in the hard times or the super happy times and then the third. I'm going to have to just say all of my my living family. I mean <hes> an walkers touch on that and i can't say anything but kind of repeat. What he says has <hes> walker our kids living <hes> it's they are just such a joy in my life they a a because of all them it makes it harder to yearn for heaven because i love being here with all of them so so so much <hes> that they they are just my everything it's hard to not make them idols in my life because i love them that much <hes> i always i wanna be with them and i just i don't know everything in my life. Just wants to revolve around them. <hes> and then the fourth win. I'm gonna say oakley <hes> <hes> because i can see the big picture of her and and what the lord is doing with us having her and losing her and i'm so grateful. It's a stretch stretch to say. I'm grateful for that experience because it is more painful than i can't even express but i'm so grateful for what the lord award is teaching us and how he's using her life <hes> to change us and to reach out to others and just to make us more outwardly outwardly focused and <hes> just i think a lot of the changes that he is working on us would not have happened without having lost lost her and i wish those were lessons. We have learned without losing her but i'm not sure we were in place to do that. So <hes> i'm very grateful for her and what her life even though it was just nine months in utero what that is really teaching us and continues continues to teach us yeah well. I just love and adore all so much so locker laney. Thank you for coming on value meal l. boom all four things and now yes through the i can't even tell you how many times i got goosebumps when you are talking and sharing sharing and <hes> you know i yeah i'm. I'm grateful that y'all came on yeah. You feel famous now. You're rocking it amen awesome. Oh yeah you know the laws technology no. I'm killing now just stuff. I learned from bobby's yeah. It is different though because i've been you know doing this a long time like thirteen years but with bobby so now to kind of be on my own don't like a little bit looking forward to it and we've listened to a couple of 'em you do a great job. I listen to him while i'm working out. Recipes sure yes on the first one even in congress stevenson came on and shared her. Yes so cute. That was his podcast debut. He's funny yeah. Thanks we all are great. <hes> and i will sail soon. You ought to bring all the kids over. I mean we talk about this all the time and it's happening. We're all getting are we should. We'll just come over to your house. Especially it doesn't matter about the yard of the house can't mess and dangerous. It's awesome rusty square court love it again. Okay well. Everybody goes to walker hayes dot com <hes> i don't know i just kissed like that but log raised dot com download all of his music walker really really quick. What is your favorite song. You've ever or put out ooh noggin ally <hes>. It's just don't let her. I don't know i know that's i mean. That's my favorite one. I me too but i just i didn't know if there it was some like you know oh yes halloween so does training courage people ever heard your music like halloween. Leyla stars stars or leila's. Sorry we start as a money. Favorites loves that yeah but i mean this is the jam radio little coffee. She favored yeah. Come on jimin fully end on this maternity face glitter you better for you ever since me plea jail jam okay so that's walker and laney hayes if you weren't familiar with them before today's episode where you are now and i hope beloved them as much as i do. I appreciate them coming onto all four things with me and opening up about different parts of their life like they're so amazing you can follow walker on instagram <music> out walker hayes and then on youtube. You gotta check out. These are the haze of our lives there little youtube show get like these are the days of our lives business or last name is hayes uh-huh so yeah give them follow. Tell them how much you you loved them being on the podcast if you did i mean i'm not telling you all to just like lie but if you liked it never hurts to reach out to someone and say hey thank you for sharing part of your life with us and thank you for doing <unk> theme song like i love it. I personally love it because he kind tuesday la la cake which that was our joy seeker. I mean we talked about it in the interview that already existed but the way walker turn it into my theme song i love it and then of course pimping joy which the note i got for my email shout out today has to do with pimp enjoy so it's a perfect tie-in thought this was a great email to wrap up. The walker in laney hayes four things podcast so this email comes from suzanne suzanne. I love this. Thank you for sharing this email with me. Amy i just had to share the story with with you because it brought so much joy to me and i know it will bring the same to you. I recently made a big move into dc to live by myself for the first time i was absolutely terrified but i face that fear head on especially with the help of your podcast a few weeks ago. I was crossing a street with my dog and spotted a driver's license. I watched tons of people stepped honor honor over it. It only took a second time but i picked it up and took it home with me. I send it back to the owner with a quick note. That said hope this reaches you in time just a quick thing i could do for you hashtag pimping joy long story short after a very stressful week i returned home to my little apartment to find a card in the mail with a message that said you give me hope for humanity in this world suzanne great story. Yes you saw license. You took the time to pick it up you. You check out the address. You mailed is the person they probably thought their license was gone. Forever which i recently lost my license and i still haven't gotten back and i still need to go figure out how to get a new one. I don't know what i need to call and renew or go to the d._m._v. but the d._m._v. dislikes even saying it right now sort of stresses me out but i'm sure that this person was obviously veasley so thankful and yes you gave them hope for humanity in this world by your little kind act and that is what kim joy is all about. I mean first of all susan alluded is the fact that i think she's choosing joy herself even though she was terrified moving to d._c. But then she decided to spread joy to others and pimp and join a nutshell is about that choose joy stride spread joy be joy. I know that i can't talk but somehow i have this podcast so choose joy spread joy b._j. A all things joy so shout suzanne and shout out to all of you out there that are pimping joy. You can always post stuff on instagram. Graham use the hashtag. If you want to get any pimp enjoy swag for yourself. Just go to radio amy dot com and that's where you can find a link to pimp pimp enjoy stuff same link that will take you to pimping joy. We'll also get you to a spa things which is our line that supports haiti and just a a quick no on that we have launched the teacher for things tote bags and there's a code. There's a discount code for teachers and it's apple. Actually there's two codes that will work. You're only going to get still ten percent either way but two coats you can type in apple or west rock because we're doing whole thing on the bobby bones show with west rock not coffee. That's like we're big west coffee fans and they do a lot of really amazing good things in this world. They even are delivering. I think right now like as i speak some <hes> four things tote bags to rwanda like how cool is that that teachers rwanda or going to have tote bags four bags like it's amazing so so if you are a teacher you can get the teacher toe which the four things on our already made teacher tote say caffeinate educate indicate sleep repeat pretty cute if you i know we went back and forth on what the four things are going to be for our teacher tote and i know he didn't make everybody everybody happy with that one but it's been a great response but if we didn't make one the way you like it. That's the beauty of the four things so you can also customize your own so that is super cool. 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Barstool Rundown - December 4, 2019

Barstool Rundown

31:14 min | 1 year ago

Barstool Rundown - December 4, 2019

"Hey you know what guys foggier should be legends the rundown the Holy Shit fuck it. Let's just be legends. Will Watch fucking legend. You gotta you gotTa get on the movement train. Do Yeah Sean. We all have been glasses watches for a while. Now it's It's a great gift to give. You should give it to like everyone in Mississippi and they'll be like fancy pants walk five hundred dollar watching just gonNA give like applebee's applebees gift certificate to five hundred dollars. Sorry for just ninety. Five people have money down in Mississippi. Aren't now Siebel. Iran around with but people have money. I'm I'm saying that's a flex you give it out and just like. Hey Okay so you know what like a celebrity gives Turkeys at Thanksgiving instead of movement. Can you please send Brandon Walker Walker. Ten watches a dozen watches. He will write a blog about it. He will not tweet it and he will give it to daily. The government stopped. Stocking stuffers watches this year de. That'd be crazy team runnings. They got an all that minimalistic. animalistic look you can walk around telling people minimalistic with the Puck your dog. My Dad's ankle bracelet. That's how funny because it's true. I wasn't the joke. No it wasn't a joke even funnier even dress. That was one of those jokes. That was a little too on the no. Don't do math half but he is also. Yeah oh no he's everything. He said his US more dealing or you know. I'm not comfortable right. Yeah okay okay. We'll give comfortable What was talking about? I mean you brought it up so it's just it's dad joy. The house arrest moving. Wait got a big house was on deals written after his dead. Yes what. Let's bring bad except for the teacher. Party never tweeted anything. Oh okay all right well get yourself and we watch. This is where we were. We were kind of struggling topics. It's like we'll be fine. Good Start I have a feeling that will be just just fine. You're welcome go get your shit. Go get moving watch envy. EMT DOT COM slash run down. Get fifteen percent off plus free shipping and returns. NBA Dot com slash rundown. We'll start off with James Harden James O'Keefe got I don't know how you review that dunk and not count it. It clearly goes through. I didn't understand that I thought they didn't review it and they should have reviewed but they did review. I think so. I'm pretty sure they like besides that I can understand easy yeah career. We'll realtime even still. I was like that was very away at circle around it. Actually James Harden didn't react the way he reacted. I think you would never have been around. 'cause he started running the rebound right. If the wrong way Yeah Ayud dunk on. That's true but still watching that and being like we and the rockets went onto lose fifty right. Yeah yeah he and Russell one set now he and Russell Westbrook combined to mess fifty shots. Last night. They went eighteen. The first team to do do that since a couple of Celtics and nineteen sixty five but they had thirteen point lead so it says that hearted dunk clearly went through the hoop play that they told. The rockets was is not reviewable which apparently isn't true reps just decided not to review it or okay because you got questions for why are you got review in a sport. If you have certain places are starting to. I believe Dan Tony was like you have to review it within like thirty seconds spent. That thirty seconds is like arguing with them and then they were like you missed your chance anyway. Yeah but I do do what you were saying. Britain is right like there are times in football where like place not review its review it. All you got the cameras just review but I do have. I don't have a problem with the timing like if that will bog things down too much where it's like. You only have a certain amount of time to do this now. And they saved that thirty seconds. That's great but now they're talking about maybe playing the Gas Hanover. I Want No. That's not crazy for a fucking. This is a December game. Listen you you can hate hate the rockets you can say I don't care. They lost I. Don't care to December game what's at stake here. Is that the next time. They play where they planned in San Antonio the game wasn't San Antonio yes the next time they play in San Antonio they have to start the game over seven and a half minutes left and then play another game. That's that's awesome. It's like what. Why was there that Baltimore game where no one was allowed in the protests in Baltimore? Okay so that's a bad example. Jorge Zambrano through no hitter in Milwaukee against the Astros covering astros because of her cat does weird sporting events that are like we it was in Milwaukee in the Br- the birds were implying. Like those kind of things are so cool and sport as you do a seven minute game like like basically like that's what it would be a member. The red sox royals plead started a game in the eleventh inning. Because I remember I lost that bet like it just sat there in the world series stories. Yeah raising the phillies right restarted. That game with like an ending fun. A world series are fun things and chat out to that rain delay. Give you a world series man. That was totally that was literally board from heaven. It was a it was A. What do they call those the quick cells my brain still toast pulp? NOPE not pope off storm cells. Quick on the the little the spouts Michael. I Know I love you guys times faster. The night did but we both start seeing eye dogs for my brain. We'll get you there at this point What Else Greg Xiang? Oh is back in Jersey. You gotta be pissed the age I know specifically down with pizza too. That's what I was going to do but it's actually a good thing. That didn't do that. I've done it several times. How does he react on ironically? Now he's doing it. Ironic Ron O'Brien. It's funny. It makes me mercilessly. Greg's Yano what was was it. What was he got here versus? Tennessee famously got hired Tennessee. The Fan base revolted. They were pushed back up of media members. They got him out of there now. He's been hired tired at rutgers. He was asked today once it lying. What's the reception like at Rutgers as opposed to the way it was Tennessee? And he said and I'm paraphrasing. The People in Jersey Z are much sharper than the people in Tennessee. I liked this fucking love. Ice Wars implications but Tennessee's different their sir. That fan base there stupid well fucking that is ridiculous and I also love the idea of gratiot she just lean into rutgers and Jersey on the whole. He's you become the most Pro Jersey guy ever correct. I mean what do you get like thirty million from them. I mean like that is strictly because of Rutgers Jersey some needs to just like dedicated his life to that state. Yeah well he's also going to be and this is a football thing but he has also going to be kind of replenished and everything and reinvigorated because Tennessee did run out of town on a rail. He didn't do shit to them right. They mainly character. Assassination they just made it up because they didn't want to coach a football team right and that was embarrassing. That's two years. He's had to sit on that for two years now. I guess chance to run his program again. East come home home. It's a great story. What do you think about The media members who did lead that revolt was disgusting absolutely disgusting embarrassing pursing and they should be ashamed of it. Do you have any history with certain media members that were part of that. I do not have any history with any members that were part of that. I feel like that's actually something you would do who though that's a very sec. Story I would probably do it right. Ever done it right but you never had to. Do you have your back. Yes he is the one place where had I- they let's say how a great show would you have done perks. Yano there's coach. There's a coach out there. Liberty Mississippi State Guy that tried to hire to freeze because he was calling. Hookers I would I would. I would run him out of town. which already right Brandon Walker the AMMO to run out of shark like mcelwain No? I don't think that was name. Oh I I doubt okay but I have noticed you freeze. Don't even think about going. I don't even think about what if what if I told you that. Hugh freeze would get you in the next five years a date the SEC championship. That'd be shipping Atlanta. I would burn my Mississippi state year if he got higher. Did you hear what I said before. That has never going to sniff Atlanta. We've already been there wait. Why what year was that it was? It was recently as nineteen ninety eight over every talking about playing like a preseason game it was sec championship game. We lost the Tennessee in ninety it does. Yeah why why do you care what if you if you if you can guarantee you magically like a win or like you know why do you care sports come on other not by the way another non. That's there's no chance within sports right now Kevin you will be in the NFL guaranteed Lena. Dunham's the manager. Yeah would kill your mother for national yes but I I just thought I would kill my mother. I said I would have my mother kill for National Shape Children's national original championship winning coach. And you're guaranteed in Nassau too far. Now you're in a pickle rather killer mother. Hugh freeze the head coach three three national titles in a row hugh coach Greasy band. You're crazy either lying or or or I can't trust you. You know who is. He's only okay. He's list when you're the man. I actually no actually hold on. You guys might be Spiderman meaning each other right now because you two are the type of sports fans hate is stronger than you love. Yes that's true. You're he might be stronger than how does that apply yearly really. Yeah I mean I'm agreeing with you but I also will do almost anything for a mets a mets world series to fine okay that actually we'd be the best would be about it. Okay I guess but I'm so own right now I'm just going to say no shake my But you could go to people all the rest of q freeze one US title. Then we'll be incredible. He's you should want him. You should be a populous. You should be the populist. We don't need a coach right now. Anyway I would. Do I tell you I thought you texting Joe Moorhead until Pakistan bags I did. I did. Text Him and he didn't touch me back. I definitely judge the media members at Ranchi auto out of town. They shouldn't have done it and I would do it but I haven't. I don't know if I really if I thought I actually had the power to do so I don't know if it would really don't you see all the time for the mets owners. That's different owners is different. This is different than like fire. A because those guys because we're going to get something out of selling the team. I just want them to get something you just want to go away. But I'm saying that it's different. They would get educate their got so like if if something bad could happen to them I would be okay with that but I do think it's different when you're like like rallying rallying for someone to get fired when you are when you have risen to a level where you might actually do that it's Kinda fucked up. Yeah but even little things ray. Ramirez the mets trainer will use to suck and like they they were always injured and people were like make fire Ramirez shirt and I was like rally against this guy who was just a normal last dude. Yeah no I can't say I've gone to anyone fire. I mean I was very mean to mark Trestman so much so that like every now and then family members members of his will pop up. It'd be like you're so mean. Your Dad rushed. I feel bad about that. Yeah I I I really liked the blog game back when it was like you could just like a true fan like leading a rip and you don't have to be responsible for what you were saying. I don't like now it's I like I like being an anonymous fucking troll. Basically I get it. I understand why they comment. There's love to do it What else we got here? Second run down is brought to you by simply safe safe. Now you're living in the big city. Now you gotta be careful Brennan Brennan Wasco Cook Yeah. I've only only paid rasual shape. But he did go from owning rental. I'm all in on renting by the way I'm backing on renting because it's the best I don't know how long okay I'm GONNA be here. I can buy a five hundred thousand socks okay. So here's the best thing in the world no is not. Here's a house that you love that that you can afford is a great thing if you are overextending yourself or you have to like settle fresh in your house all the time like I. I sell them for a house. And then it was like the the bane of my existence because it was out of twenty miles a circle around this place. You can find a house that you love for pretty easy. We're talking about go down to Mississippi would be by all cash three years. I'M GONNA go to Mississippi by one house. What is doing but with Africa? He's carrying. I said we're a white Tuxedo. And we'll just go trump. Give us a house Zaas at his numbers two hundred K.. Once he's a mass two hundred K.. He's going back to Africa. That's pretty good. What's your you're number to go back home some two hundred K.? I bet either way. It was sad because what Brandon Walker paying rent again. I paid rent my whole life but I have a direct deposit Brennan Walker. I watched him walk out with a check in his hand. got a male to the man. Resemblance is aren't always. Forget it and it's like in the hassle you whole shit whether you're in a house or department you've got to keep it safe you gotta keep your whole slew kids kids and puppy safe. You GotTa make sure your belongings. I'm sure you've got a bunch of memorabilia and shit. Yup You gotTa make sure all that stays safe from the burglars and the bad guys in the world from the WHO freezes of the world. They might come inter-arab you so it's simply safe especially on the holidays home along taught us that which by the way what I miss on that first of all what is it's like Christmas vacation movie and you like home alone. Great Glove homeless worth. There's so many just first. Obscene that are wrong with Brandon. Yeah I mean it's not the most movie I understand. I like them. Both he says brand. We're wrestling fans. I understand. Come on fucking holes in this I mean I mean what he didn't care care about Kevin and really watched the NBA. It's it's fucking fake. Uncle Frank would have had his ass beat and two minutes brandon. Nobody's letting in your own fucking care about the kids who doesn't care about the Chit Brandon. We can't just keep Donald Jerk family care about that. It actually makes perfect sense with the plot that parents who would would not notice their kid missing also wouldn't care about the uncle talking shit left us get the home and then let us wife fly transatlantic flight by ourselves to get them back. Well someone's got to stay with the other kids shitload of kid got brothers. Unsolvable Franken go for it. That's not the brother. The brother in pairs that has the house. Yeah that guy is into some shady ship is. They're all the whole family. Yeah you got this apartment sitting there in New York. That's why it's deep man. There's levels from this shit just rely. And what are you gonNa tell me about Chris. I love whatever says well. What about that party says hitters full? Yeah my God that is so fucking funny because he's standing there in his robes a real nice by their own. That's that's that's why it's really pissed my pants thirty. Where where did this Chevy funny? He's funny I just don't like his not liking home and then say Chevy Chase is not funny Jason and his wife Disagree craigslist. Read about chases. Bill Murray said that when you become famous you you have one year to become an APP to be an Astle and then you've got to adjust engender jas never he ever just terrific. Ever seen terrific is a strong word. Let's just terrific dot com slash rundown. Save the big. Protect Your House or your apartment here renting like a cock you still got simplisafe simply with an eye we are. It's more direct the direct deposits. Got You gotta get that under X.. POSIT SIMPLISAFE DOT COM slash rundown quick mets update from Ken Rosenthal. Five five minutes ago breaking the sterling partners and Steve Cohen negotiated an agreement in which Cohen would increase his investment. And that's per source. Fred Wilpon will remain control person. I mean CEO for five years will remain CEELO for five year period as five years at least not yet seems like and something that was nothing that something five. You're increasing your stake. That guy is wanted to own this team for a long time. These stupid fucking owner wilpon will relinquish it if there's enough. The ball is rolling brand. Yeah the ball motion just broke this story. Five years you've reached could be out. We're going national title title from Mississippi State. I feel like after five years that maybe maybe something's changing that would be you. Keep if I will I will. We've tears of Joy Kabuki dramas and cry. If the Wilpon is go I WANNA see that will change ownership. I mean that's that's been the Yes yes it does they are the problem with everything. Remember one thing I love most in this life is ruined by those people if they disappear true heavy. Weren't you just saying that I say what were you were. You said you want somebody to disappear from Earth. Yeah I I got caught in that by the way on Sunday morning when I was doing my cute a on twitter and so as Woodson meeting of life and I said there is none insult replied as a pretty fucked up say after you had a son and I was like why forgotten forgo over. Everybody was like the best day of my life has pretty cool day. We can I cried. I cried but I also have the mets won the world series and all the Wilpon. Get the fuck out of town so one of the one of the World Lazy. I know what it's like. All my teams so oh to live in fucking big market like this to assholes run it like a fucking Mickey Mouse Rinky. Look at that. Don't they don't spend money they don't ever go forward looking biggest losers in the world can't come back for like five hundred this year. It's not like you you you want four games to the middle of the pack. Push they they have a middle of the pack payroll that there. They they run their franchise through the fucking Tampa Bay rays. They still claim poor from the fucking made off scandal. They don't know what the fuck they're doing they medal and everything they never go for. Art Book You Brandon will offer you you break Walker. I cannot believe you've done this okay the day. My son was born Best in my life. But I'M GONNA someday show him murdy much his face and be like this is the guy who texted me a hot tip on the WNBA game. That I lost on like as you were coming into this world as I was on the way for the hospital for Shady born Michael could I got that was deal too and I I wiped out the computer and I started blogging. She's getting do so. It wasn't like a rush to the hospital thing but she was like bags ready. She was ready to go. And I'm sitting there trying to put a male listen. Could I just retired out of money coming off. The books aren't ice. Kelly drove my wife to the hospital fragrance because the science deliveries. Oh and that's not. That's not a joke. That's not a good joke for woman at the time was WANNA frame and nobody was there to tell us wrong so we were just a standing in front of a big door. Wanted to see what the wilpon what the Wilpon to do to me. I'm just saying I just this guy cutting off your story to get back to the here. Something is brewing. Yeah I'd agree. You don't just do that at nowhere. Steven Cohen is a is a is a good like he'll just spend money to get control of it. He'll just go reckless abandon. But I really need Basil's in Egypt Basil's by Knicks. He's a Weirdo. But he's got the money the only person the world over the money to buy it from Dolan seriously like who else can afford to buy the Bill Gates Garden. Yeah you need like one of those guys buffet. Maybe maybe Brandon Walker in the next two Mississippi. Manning's going to start with the mets. Got A hundred million dollars. That's crazy. He's not worth. But then Whoa from the mets now from he took lane android Dan. One hundred million from the white sox offer more money in the village legit. I don't know what they offered but philly signing for one eighteen. Apparently his wife is from Jersey therefore he wanted to be close. Yeah I respect that I would like to see how he turned down from. The White Sox phillies half by the way I mean that they're going for. That's what you should be doing. Well barely better than the mets. I know but at least they're like we're going to spend our way through this and try to see it through doesn't seem to be working. Well it's been one year. I mean spending money usually works pretty tried and true at least being being contentioned He throws hard and whatever. But that's about one hundred million dollars. Give me a fucking break. Eli Manning is going to start dinner. Jones hurt maybe maybe a little little sendoff maybe a little so excited capturing lightning bottle maybe he gets a couple starts. Maybe who knows many causes out the season your statman. He's one hundred and sixty one hundred sixteen lose his. He's losing quarterback that sucks. I think I would get hurt. I think I'd fake can injury. We'll we'll faked an injury. Archie probably like in the parking lot he loses. Is You gotta give them a second start exactly. So basically if he lose his ex like seventy you open that door to that is such a bad like like for a guy whose legacy is kind of weird to have that be done against haters and I don't count myself one of them because I've always enjoyed. Eli I think he's is great for the League. You lie haters will stick to that hundred much ally in the NFL. He is like I'm sorry. I say nothing but arch manning's going to be so probably not probably have you seen him unless he's like Peyton smart enough to go somewhere like Tennessee that have you seen him no. UMC's highlights not seeing a fifteen year old highlights from New Orleans. Yeah they're gonNA watch the next manning. Hate Watch that. No I'm GonNa Watch arched manning manning and hugh free go to Mississippi State. Just die then. They win a national title. So arts man. L. Hugh freeze not only leads us to what he does it with arch manning as a quarterback correct flags fly forever. Here's what flag fucking Jenner talk about. Mississippi Oh yeah right of past not used specifically right just a sensitive subject okay. It's still alley. Yeah I'm trying to get it taken down work a little harder now. I can't believe that you wouldn't signed for championship because of a guy says says all hypothetical right sure. I'll sign for the hypothetical championship. Yeah congratulations thank you. Thank you have a hypothetical. Happy that you sold all your morals for fucking win grow. Never not me here last topic Happy Birthday to Jay Z. His entire catalog is finally back on that one. Wow ooh that was dangerous What a power move Ba- the throw or the no the the birthday spotify drop? Yeah I mean also not really powerful when you pretty much admitting that like your platform didn't work but you did it with the birthday. So let's say you could also by the way when we say failure you probably made like tens of millions of dollars year. After year after year. He is one of the He's like the most all successful doing the world. It's unbelievable yeah. He's got a billion dollars and he went from like being a drug dealer too late hanging out with Obama. He's got an unbelievable catalog. He's got liquor he's got close. He's got hot sports agencies. He's gone pieces of sports teams. It's unreal New Jersey Fan. I really know what kind of music you like. I like Late nineties rap. Legal it right in his wheel. But you know. It's funny to say like nineties. Early offs rap out of New York works city. Energy's Not New York City. I like ludicrous. Those guys because you're southern racist towards like the south you by yourself because is I'm an ludicrous and outcasts fan. I'm racist towards you hate northerners. Okay Yeah we put your pickle this yeah. I think you need a nap. After this. There was a pre existing condition. You need one of those cinnabar. You've been much God. I'm sure those are those are like the when they show you the ads of like what you put in your body that is. That's the at six federally rack. Like a problem is when they cannot. They didn't they can survive a nuclear holocaust. Yup whenever he gets high and then does the snack order. That's when there's full king-size with that when she's not that's when you get like you know fucking son pita chips or some of a big ship. We'll Sun. Chips are good. What sun chips? I as far as chips go bottom of the barrel garage dorito or a regular chip dorito. Yes what's a regular chips. Chips are good regularly potato Chip Lake plane. That's rather do like even like a fancy chip kettle corn sea salt and cracked pepper. Done some very good and they they they like have the illusion of health. Well I'm not going on. That's not going to sell me. Well I think that that's always nice when you can be like. Oh it's just a son chip the justice man. Oh just had some lays. Everyone's like greasy some ship. I just Chris Chris my way through the through the day. That's a guy that cares about about tomorrow. Yeah I only do son ships. I'm just honest with myself. Sun Chips their shady in their bad for you my movies I take the sunshine bag and I take a big handful and then I threw out the last two to sell myself. I didn't eat the whole bag. You only like half a bag of ninety percent right like I'll get a bag goldfish and I'll give like five to stella like well. I don't great about Goldfish by the way serving size. How many how? Many go fittings in the serving size. Fifteen fifteen fifty five really got shit. I just noticed You say at home you give your dog ten percent of your goldfish tax. Yes and the last night you were here on stream. Yeah and you kept handing me Goldfish. Yeah actually throwing them right so I was your dog harassed but maybe she got a leash walking around go fisher. Great Dog snap because you get because your dog can catch him and you get the crunch you hear them. Crunch rewarding you do this. I don't know what you just. I am spending a pan you can't you can't. You're spending a pen. No we had developed remember. You had like he has some NASA Penn speech pattern most important whatever you can write upside down almost close given me. I'll do it. It's just like Zimmerman

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155 Author Amy Trueblood

What Book Hooked You?

29:46 min | 1 year ago

155 Author Amy Trueblood

"This is what Book Cook You. I'm Brock Shelley and thanks for listening on today's episode. I have author Amy Trueba and WHO's newest book across the broken shore is out now and this is like her debut. Nothing sky a historical fiction. this one revolving around the building of the Golden Gate Bridge so we really dive. Into what goes into writing custodial fiction great conversations so listening so Sumi what book hooked you. I started reading very early. I am the youngest five kids and so my mom was always trying to keep fizzy and one way she did that with take to the library and I was always noticing kind of what my mom was taking out. My mom was an avid reader. And she always mysteries Agatha Christie's and things like that so one day I think I was probably about eight or nine. I asked her if I could read mysteries too. And she kind of said that the book she was reading were too old that she asked the librarian. The children's librarian at the time and she picked out encyclopedia Brown so I kind of fell in love of with books and what hooked me was starting to read Encyclopedia Brown and I love his adventures and I really love the fact that the book will take a break and in kind of say. How do you think encyclopedia figures this out? or how did he solve the mystery and tell my mom and I would read them together and we kind of come up with our own little game and try to guess how he figured it out and then of course we return to the end of the book and find the solution and see either was either of us were right and usually we were wrong but it was a fun game. And that's that's what really got me hooked into writing and just loving books and I I. I'm right there with you. I and Cyclope Brown was a series that I also I grew up with. I used to always be very mad when I looked for the answer and it was some something the mystery being solved with some nitpicky little thing then I ooh come on same way. I was thinking about like one of the first ones I read and I think it was. What about like a stolen violins and the main kid had stolen the violin and the way that he figured it out with something about the way? This girl climbs up or climbs down a tree. The and I was like really. You would've never even know unless you would actually like look in jokingly enough then it's like the PD so some of them were fun and some of them. I thought were great. Then in some I agree with you somewhere like totally out there. Absolutely and these are are great books because they're small little bite size pieces for kids And so from there. If that's sort of like you're jumping off point For books that you could really kind of consider your own And really take ownership of love as you got older then. Let's say you moved into more adolescence. teenage years. What books and UH were you into? And what role they play in your life whereas you know as you are you have to you and your junior high and high school you have to read you. Know all of the classics and and things like that but During the summer when I didn't have required reading Again back to the library and I found myself at that time. I think my mom was just thrilled. was writing and I was spending my time reading during this upper Mi- totally activities. When I had downtime so I was actually still kind of like mystery thriller kind of I've been so I read a lot of even gang which probably was a little bit too young for I read a lot of V. C Andrews like flowers in the attic again way too young for that series and then I think I was somewhere I can't remember where but I thought the Dean Koontz Book and then of course I was totally hooked and at that time you know he had like. He's such a plethora of books out at that time. I think he had like six or seven books out so I just like veraciously just we read through those again content probably way too mature for me at the time I was probably about thirteen fourteen or fifteen but just relayed loved the page Turner kind of the creepy paranormal. You don't quite know what's going on kind of books right and so when then kind of in your time line was it was. Was it early enough at this point that you had any thoughts of your own at you know writing stories I did I I. I didn't really write stories. I kinda did little vignette. My mom my mom as she wants to do after having five kids he knew having a teenager especially a girl and Al little during that time so my mom Really encouraged me to journal so I was about thirteen or fourteen when she gave me like my I you know like just upholstered little material covered journal and I would right in there but more would be more about like stories and things that come up with so I always had a love of writing and you would go on and go to college and do something with writing and I did go to college and graduated with a journalism degree so in some aspects role always part of my life but I unlike a lot of people out of my peers. Who I've met at conferences We have a big writing group in the town where I live and everybody always we say oh. I knew from a very early age that I wanted to be a writer. I didn't really come to wanting to rent section until I was much older. I always decided with a fun. Little thing I have more interested in wanting to be a journalist and traveling the world and seeing great things but I never really thought about writing fiction until I was older so yes I was writing small little vignettes small little stories ever really thought about writing section until I got older so you mentioned about being a journalism major adjourn and you know the thought about traveling world. So is that sort of when it came to seen yourself at that age grownup And being a journalist what type of journalism did you sort of. Imagine for yourself. I've really when I was late in high school and early in college. I took a photography class. I really loved photography so I really tweeted with the idea of marrying photography with journalism and maybe wanting it could be a photo journalist and I wasn't so much I had a lot of years in college. You really wanted to do That far traveling traveling to the Middle East and in covering awards and things like that it was more about like capturing cultures and stuff like that so I'd more interested about traveling abroad and capturing cultures and things like that but then in what ended up happening was that I got more into learning about journalism. Had some really great ethics per oppressors and Where I went to college at at the University of Arizona Before you graduate you actually have to Be Part of actually putting a newspaper together. There was a newspaper that was put on jest just through the Senior Class At Him in my level at journalism but it was a really cool thing to be able to. Oh you know figure out story and stuff like that but what I learned very quickly was is that story especially journalism it has all black and white back acts and I was always writing these colorful stories. You know and all this kind of stuff. My journals unprecedented. We're like you can add all those superfluous emails. So I think they knew very early age that probably it wasn't GonNa be a hardcore journalist and the summer before I graduated from college. I actually got an internship at NBC and Los Angeles and ended up going to las. Listen sending the summer in Los Angeles so actually my first job out of college was nothing having to do journalism I actually worked at NBC And worked as an embassy page funny enough so totally different from journalism but that entertainment nonetheless and I really loved it. So your post Host Highschool can of young adult life. Word there were you still sort of actively reading an an and can you think of any maybe books that kind of stand out for you during that time. Yeah at that time. I was so hard to read but I do remember you know in in the small hours that I had adver downtime. I I go to the beach Living in southern California and you know just land on a towel and read whatever paperback I could get my hands on I. We still very much interested in reading the thrillers and the fast paced ways and things like that And then as I got older I started to read Gore nonfiction and then I started falling in love with with historical fiction and and things that I felt like it was reading about stories that had not been covered the general affection and I think that kind of started to lay the path for me you know thinking about wanting to write but not only to right but maybe a hint of of of historical tinge wants to be your neck and so then what was sort of the event the moment The time in your life that you really I kind. I've got the idea to Become a writer and start pursuing that well I. I knew that I wanted to do something saying that was created. By kinda crossroads at my in my life I I kinda fallen into the world of advertising and public relations and again back to this having some discordant aspect of writing in my life so it was writing a lot of copy editing a lot of copying around a lot of press releases but they knew we wanted to do. I wanted to something else. That was going to be get creative outlet so I just kind of had a big birthday coming up and I said Hey I'm gonNA give myself an early birthday present. I'm GONNA give myself a year just to write a book and it was very very much on a lark and it was not anything that will ever see the light of day but it started getting me to think about wanting to do this seriously as a career so I wrote that book and it went in a drawer. I wrote another book which went in a drawer and it was getting kind of frustrated. You know my ideas weren't really solidifying. It was basically like seventy thousand words of no less than story but no real plot no real pacing and it was getting pressure and I thought well maybe I don't want to write any more I don't know and then I made a trip to Chicago and they went to the Chicago Liam of Science and Industry. I don't know if you've ever been there or not but it's just an amazing place a lot of people end up going to the field but I really wanted to go to the science and interesting. We see 'em just because it just sounded fascinating and I walked in the door. Four and the first thing I saw was this biplane hanging from the ceiling and immediately caught my attention so we have stairs and when I got a closer look at the biplane they actually had a mannequin hanging off of it. That was actually tethered to one of the wings and it was hanging off of it and next to the display the biplane I mean there was this plaque and it said the name of the top. I fell dare. And it outlines a slice of this amazing women who was a way Walker and in the early nineteen twenties after World War One Basically all the planes that were used in the first aerial battles in the war were basically turned out a surplus and pilots who still wanted to pilot basically bought these planes for like two hundred dollars and then they continue to fly and what would become At the time considered barnstorming which is basically like a circus in the area where I pilot and Acrobat or a plane Wing Walker Walker basically hang off the wings planes and entertain crowds and all these small towns for enough dollars to get them to the next town and right then and there. After after I read about Ethel I was like. Oh there's a story here so I went back to the hotel that night and started researching weaned walkers and the idea for my first. I think the guy came to me and I thought Oh this podcast reading and so I started working on basically right there in the hotel room that night just doing research and things like that so you you mentioned Before this that you had some other books are some other stories that you were trying and you kind of failed her Cannes Shelf. What kind of Genre in category were those stories? Well anyways like a light sci fi time travel story which now I think back and I look at. It doesn't make any any sensitive would never fly. And I think I said it to an agent they would laugh at me but It was kind of quirky and didn't really make any sense And then at the other story that I worked on was like a was a contemporary story. that was kind of based on a little bit of a of incident that happened in my own life but again again with more. The ideas for the stories were more based around like a certain circumstance and really didn't have the full fledged kind of plot plot and pacing and ideas. That would actually make for a good book. So I like to call those my stargate books And then I kind of came to the to the book or nothing but sky just like I said merely by coincidence and And I just started to get a feeling as I did more and more research about these women because they were they were many any of them in the early nineteen twenties who were wing walkers. Who did this for a living? The more research I did the more I realized that like these women didn't get more than like a line You know in Wikipedia or along with that might be part of their obituary that I found or something like that so there wasn't a lot of history about these women so the more I researched about about them the war fervent. I got about one or stories to light and so from that visit to the museum to The the Eventually getting nothing but sky published. What was the journey like? Did you really try to Implant yourself and find like others to kind of bounce off. If you're writing for did you. How did you go about sort of Pursuing the craft also. I'm really lucky where I live in the Phoenix area. There we have a big huge group of young adult and middle grade writers and so we have a group that needs my points a month then in that group I have a couple of people who are my critique partners and so they really were helpful reading the early stories in the early drafts and telling me what working what wasn't working And so that kind of really helped me craft you know what would definitely be the book that I would end up querying. which was you the what would be the first kind of real drafted nothing but sky and then after that once I got an agent and went through quite a few more drafts before it got to the place where it could go on submission so but I do have you know? Critique partners Somebody at one of my friends That just happened to meet through this writing group who I meet with now like once a week league and we walk work and she's really become a good friend and a confidante and I really trust her judgment when she gets me notes on on my work because they always seem to be spot. Got On your meeting with why in Middle Grade Writer. So was it always sort of your intention when you were writing to Right the white category or did it sort of Seem that you're writing was already sort of veering into that direction before you actually did that. Within with the intention of writing in that space you know. I really didn't start with that intention but the more people trusted who I let read my work I kept telling me you know you you have that. Why a voice? And you're writing tends to lean. Why even when I was thinking ideas? We're more adult my friends and other writers that I really trusted said you really need to be writing. Why a when you write your waist naturally comes out as ask that and I know that sound probably will sound weird writers but you know some people listening who maybe not understand that but just I had that voice that that spoke to some of the topics in elementary? That you know are very prevalent in. Why a struggle with family and struggle with finding identity? And things like that you you know that that. Lend itself more to to the white category than it would be to the adult category. So then I knew once I had all these trusted people who were telling me that I they had that that was probably going to be that natural category for derided Great and so Another guy was your debut. You know heavier so off more release Across a broken shore. So let's start talking about then and kind of pitches book from me. What's this book about? Dick I get another WII historical book. I tend my brand tends to start being now young girls who crushed societal boundaries so in across the the broken shore It takes place in nineteen thirty six San Francisco It's about eighteen year olds McCarthy who is has just graduated and is expected ask ask family tradition dictates that she will become a nun but through a series of events. She meets the local doctor in the neighborhood. Who happens to be female and on the sly You know not telling her parents. She actually starts to work For the doctor and falls in love with medicine and as as the doctor is teaching her she takes her on. You know several of her calls and things like that and one of the things that the doctor does she takes care of the men men who building the Golden Gate Bridge. So what I do is I tell the story but I also believe in details of you know the final year of the bridge being built in with the story right and it's kind of a nice analogy of the bridge you know being built in coming to its final place and then we'll having you know the changes going on in her life as well so So it it did interesting story. It's an interesting part of time that I don't think he's covered a lot. The Post World War One and kind of depression era and it was really fascinating to be able to weed the details of Brady being built in with well story. It was very fun so with another another guy. You had that visit to museum that Kinda got you started on that book. What was what got you started on across the broken shore? It was weird. I was looking confirm my next idea. to pitch to my publisher and I went. I follow this account on twitter called history and pictures and and they post all these really kind of you know random photos about different things. In different periods of time they posted a picture of the One original pictures that was taken of the bridge being built in nineteen thirty six and I started thinking about San Francisco during that time period. I Love San Francisco. I've been traveling there. You now back and forth there you know most of my life To see family and friends and things like that and so I knew that the bridge was something that was incredibly Important and I hadn't seen anything like that being tackled in Y.. A. Until I started thinking about that idea and literally not more than five minutes later I had another picture in my feet. I twitter feed. And it was this picture of this woman named Lucy Windsor and she was actually the first woman in west of the Rockies to get her medical degree and she graduated from what would become the university. The University of California at San Francisco Medical School in Eighteen. Seventy seventy six so I was like okay. Two things about San Francisco too. It's like the you know the universe was telling me okay. There's something here so I started to research hurt Dr Windsor and found out that she practiced in a little neighborhoods Oliver San Francisco up until her death in nineteen thirty and I thought Oh my gosh. Gosh here's my story female doctor and she's going to answer this girl and And we're going to learn more about you know the life of being a female physician. The Early Nineteen Thirties and kind of weed. That in with the history of the bridge and it kind of just kind of all came together and like a five minute period. One morning when I was trying to figure out what it it's GonNa right next and because you're doing historical fiction and doing the research for that do you know yet When you have have done enough research to be able to start writing when do you think you can get that sense that okay I know and now I can start kind of crafting a story out of all this information? I think the first thing I had to do is ahead to think about if other thin include the bridge how to figure out how one could almost become an element or a character in the story and so I started out with research about the structure of the bridge. I and then I started you to research. They the history of physician At the college. And what really I knew I had to do is I had hi to actually get to San Francisco and so I took a research trip to San Francisco and really walk the bridge and and started to do more. Research brought the bridge and luckily enough through a series of happenstances happened to find a gentleman who was historian in San Francisco and I just written the structure of the outline for the book and he was kind enough to meet me while I was there for my research trip and I actually sat in his house that he had grown. Grown up with in the Richmond district which is a district where my character lives in the book and I told him idea for this story and I ran back all my ideas past him him and he told me what will work. And what wouldn't work and then after three hours of just you know sharing back and forth ideas and things like that. He just basically looked at me and said I want to do this. I think it'll work. And so that really was my jumping off point to things okay. I'M GONNA write this story. And so he was actually very very critical. You're calling my process When I came about struggles about things about placement or the movement of a character I would send him an email and say what about this or this and and he actually read to drafts of the Finnish book to make sure all my historical details were correct and things like that so he was really the one I think that at the and gave me the final push to let me know that I could actually make the story? Works was really helpful and so with writing historical fiction do you. How married do you feel to the facts? When it comes to create creating this made up story? Is there any time that you're willing to kind of fudge. The the details are our Muslim together in a way that that works for you or do you try to stay within the structure of what you know to be true. I I married the two to be quite honest. I just try to work through. The realistic framework of what would have been realistic for that time period. I'm really big about visceral senses and period detail so both my books. I talk a lot about clothing. And an actual things that happened actual characters go to actual places that existed in that time period that type of thing but if I come up against something that I feel like can be fictionalized allies and it and it works then. I will go ahead and do that but I'm always very clear. An author's note at the end of the book. Because I know a lot of people read historical fiction or big history three bus and they wanNA make sure that I've got my facts straight to so I always know the fact where I kinda fudged things a little bit or you know One of the big things is that there's a part of the book. Where and I don't think this spoiler but there is a part of the book? Where will it has to go up on the bridges? It's being built and of course in real life you know in nineteen thirty six. I mean it was. The whole. Construction site was run by men and there would be no way that a woman came up on the bridge even if it was done secretly so things like that I gave gave an given to him my authors note. I realized that this would have never happened. But for the fictionalization of the story. This is how I pictured it happening. So I I. I know that there are parts that I really wanNA stay to historically. But they're also parts that I play with From a standpoint as well but I'm always very open about that my authors note to to his history know that I know that you know in real life that we wouldn't have been a realistic move to make Sean and so when when is there sort of a list or just things that on time periods and places that You kind of have have that. You really are waiting to kind of dive into and research To kind of mind to see if there is a narrative story you can tell from these historic events. I do we have one other story then. I'm kind of playing with right now. it is It has a little bit of of titanic background to it We always a really difficult thing popular And that is a require. You know a ton more research. So I'm kind of playing with that idea right now but I have right now. I'm working on two different other books. Temporary book an in a way thriller. So I'm kind of kind of getting outside of the historical elements right now but I have a feeling that you know it somehow. History and and historical historical books always kind of seemed to lure me back. I swore after I wore worked worked on nothing but sky which is a really long process. I'm it took me about a year and a half to the two years to just research that book that I was like. Oh I'm done with history. I'm done with historical. They WanNa write something else and then the whole thing with cross. The broken shore came to me. So I always say I'm GONNA put history on the back burner but somehow always ideas seem to come back in so we'll see let's one down and as as we do I'll ask you a few questions. The first one being. What is your favorite movie? That's based on a book. I know a lot of people. Have disagreements about this but I I still. I'm a huge Harry Potter Fan I Ivan Weird connection to Harry Potter. I used to work in book distribution and I actually got an An arc of prisoner badge van before it came out And this was even before Harry Potter was big in the states of the first book had been released until I had a very a really acidity for Harry Potter. So I really think that The the people who put together the books and brought them to the agreed. I think that they just vividly brought that world to life and I was really happy to see that I know people don't don't like it too much but I'm a huge fan and I think that they I feel it feels sometimes they climbed inside of jk rollings brain just kind of brought setting to life so I would definitely say that those are my favorites. Do still have that arc. I ACTU- I my brother. My older brother actually on our end of an idea to get it back for him because I. It's pretty valuable arguable. Yes I think so I think so next question. Is there a book or a series that you're willing to admit you've either never read or never finished i. Well I have to sing that. Everybody in my life has watched. Or seen. Game of thrones and I will admit I'm a baby and I watched the first episode and I couldn't get past the first episode so I know people love doing the throne then maybe one one day I'll be eligible to actually watch that series Maybe it'd be nice to read the book but I I would definitely say I have not done that yet. And then finally what is the last great book that you've read. I have to say I just finished Kim. The LIGGETT's the grace year ear and And I think in fact I think it hit the New York Times list. This week But it's a beautiful beautiful really well. Oh really I consider it a way thriller I'm not sure if it's for either but it doesn't really brilliantly told story about The bonds of sisterhood the bonds of female friendship and how being kind of put in this really really dire situation really brings out the good and the bad and human nature is really well done well. I mean Across the broken shore is your book on. We're excited to read it and see what other stories you have force in the future. Thank you so much for having me and that wraps up this episode I WanNa thank amy troop will join me again. Her newest book across passed a broken. Shore is out now. Hope you'll check it out. Hope you'll also if you haven't already subscribe so you can listen to a lot of great episodes so I have with people in the way world coming out real soon. I'm Brock Shelley and until next time keep reading

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Lakers Fast Break- Can The Lakers-Celtics Be Reborn? with Skip Sherman

Pop Culture Cosmos

41:49 min | 1 year ago

Lakers Fast Break- Can The Lakers-Celtics Be Reborn? with Skip Sherman

"Breath thanks for joining us. Once again the Lakers fast-break podcast is Gerald coming. Right back back out here from pop. Culture Cosmos the Lakers fast-break inside sports. Fantasy football game source truly appreciate listening to all of our programs got special treat once again today. Not What is just great to have him back. Because we're GONNA be talking about two teams that were part very much a part art. I should say of the story past the NBA. And that's the Boston Celtics. And of course the Los Angeles Lakers the rivalry was just truly you know part part of the landscape of the basketball era in the nineteen eighty s something that a lot of fans romanticize about constantly even to this day. And wouldn't you know it. It's it's the year twenty twenty and both teams are actually doing very well for themselves at this point in time so with me today to talk about that is going to be another the rivalry in hand. And what's the future landscape for everything going on for the Boston Celtics and also swell. The Eastern conference is a good man. Indeed you gotTA check out his. Show the skipping Josh. PODCAST day wherever you get your podcast. Whether it's apple podcasts. spotify or the fifteen thousand podcast apps that are out there is a good man deed at skip. I just cannot thank you enough for joining me once again. Although Laker's fastbreak podcast as always it is a pleasure to to be with you Gerald and especially talk. NBA macos Josh not such an MBA guy. Soya happy to come on your show. Absolutely I will always great to have you on and if you ever need event or just like let us. NBA Steam. You know you can always call upon me. I'll pop on there. You can pop on here basketball to us. I knows is great sports in you know as a general rule your show I enjoy so much because the fact that you cover and blanket the entire sports landscape. You talk a lot of hockey lucky right. Yeah here in Vegas I will tell you. There's been a lot of things going on especially in the news because we fired our head coach. Yeah we We recorded an episode this morning and we talked about Dr Galant and Vegas was a good move no matter how terrible thing was a huge part of their success excess but right now the team is just underperforming. They can't win at home. They were in the midst of four game losing streak. They have the talent as as we talked. What about before previous time that you have the talent to be in the Stanley Cup finals? You do not perform well. Sometimes the coaching change will give you that bump. I guess that's what they're hoping for. You're not going to be a job for long. No no no he. Here's the reason why he guided them to disband the cup finals in the first place and such a successful we'll inaugural season in the first place. Absolutely if you want to hear more gray sports sock you gotta check out the skit. Josh podcasts where they cover baseball hockey you the name it. They cover the world of sports in detail. And it's so great to have you here talking basketball with me when it comes to the Boston. Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers. I'll start off the get go. What has gone so right with the Boston? Celtics this season there. I believe in third place in Eastern Conference as we speak on that a pretty darn good record occurred so far and very impressive despite the fact that they lost Al Horford a loss Terry Rozier who are both performing well for Charlotte and Ed Philadelphia respectively. So tell me about some of the things that have gone so right for the Boston Celtics so far this season. Well I mean it's a balanced team right. So Oh they're actually the only team in the league that has three players averaging twenty points a game right towards Jalen Brown Jason Tatum and the new Guy Kemba Walker Walker right so that right off the bat you have scoring from different outlets. And then when you throw in Gordon Hayward I can get into that in a second because he has been a little that up and down day definitely miss out Horford. Don't get me wrong. I was a huge fan of Al Horford. He brought a lot to the team. The weakness of the team is is definitely size. But they're able to have twenty seven thirteen record and be placed in you know definitely into playoff spot because of just all the balanced scoring the they share the ball. That's that's Brad Stevens way of playing and this group has embraced that and I tell you what right now. That's something that they've really done. Well I mean Brad. Stevens has been a very good coach for the Boston Celtics. Since he's come into the League I think a lot of people have given him such high praise and he's always made the team team. Whatever team that they've rolled out there very competitive? I will say that in the past couple of weeks. I've noticed some cracks when it comes for sure you know the Boston Celtics takes. I mean Kemba Walker is just outstanding fit. I mean he's so much better to me on that team. That Co than Kyrie Irving and of course you have tate number tatum at Brown. I'm so glad that they decided to stick with the youth movement and let them develop as players. Because you know been part of so many trade talk over the past couple of seasons seasons you know. There was the temptation by Danny H upshur. Go ahead trade him for Anthony Davis or for some some other top of the line player and then also also Gordon Hayward to see him being effective after the injury. And now you've got Daniel ties a little bit undersized but he is a nice shot blocker in their could roll man and whatnot. But after that it's it I think that's where the problems for me. Lie is the it's similar to what we have. The Lakers questionable as far far as up and down inconsistent when it comes to the players that are coming off the bench and with Boston in the past two three years this beforehand. They were known for their depth. They were known because seven eight nine deep. Now I'm not so sure when. See The lineup. You guys pull out there. Once you go go to the bench that should be an area of concern right now. which is kind of hard for me to figure out because Danny ainge has still even to this day that treasure trove of picks and assets set state could still utilize in order shore of the team to make sure? They're even better for a long playoff run. He's always so cautious book. Giving those picks up he just never does. And and you're right. Jaylen Brown's been mentioned in every room like for the last three years and then he's developed into a star now. He's he's really quite a complete player. But you're right. They're very thin with size. And you mentioned Daniel ties and they also have this cancer but he's also has trouble staying on the court he's constantly battling injuries. He's shoulder problems and they don't have much of a bench I think they had high hopes on Carson Edwards who hasn't played that much I mean you have the sky wanamaker. Could you see him playing all the time. And he's a player that played all over Europe and right has caught on with the Celtics. He seems okay but again. It's not like the. He's not the spark. They need off the bench. They also haven't been fully healthy right because that guy off the bench that they should have should be Marcus smart. And he's been thrust into the starting role now because Jalen Brown is injured and they haven't had everybody sort of healthy all the same time for an extended period. Don't get me wrong young. Even and when everybody's healthy the benches thin and I mean they recently played Milwaukee and Milwaukee show them why they were the best team in the league even though the Celtics six kept the game quite close. There's no answer for Jaanus like well. No team has answers for Janas anyways but specially the Celtics who are so small right the physically. They can't match up to him. That's what I noticed as well. That's something I wanted to talk to you about. Because the sheer size you don't have the hype hype at most of the positions than you would like. I mean they're very skilled players. But in let's say against you're going with the Milwaukee Bucks one of the reasons why they're so good outside the fact that they're tall at almost every position for their size. That's where I see where the it comes in play as far as facing off the Celtics antics I mean. Do you see tweaks and changes. That might be needed in the not too distant future for the Celtics that they might have to go ahead and correct that because that seems to be an area area of weakness for them while I mean if they're not actively looking to acquire size at the trade deadline and I think Danny ages sort of doing doing a disservice to to the group. They know they need help in the middle they need. They need someone. WHO's the presence in terms of blocking shots? And just just just bigger. I mean you can't he's not gonNA acquire five guys but there's there's usually at least one or two competent big men out there that he should be able to at least look at at at the trade deadline once again talking to skip from these DIPA. Josh podcasts you gotta go ahead check it out today wherever you get your podcast but that leads me into a bigger requested comes to Boston in the Eastern Conference. I mean we're right now as we're speaking sitting third in the Eastern Conference still very much a part what's going going on in the mix right there. I guess we could say you. PUT THEM MIAMI Toronto and even Indiana and I guess you could throw in the sixers when Joel because back in that mix between second and six so at the end of the season you could see one team going all the way up to second you could see them. Maybe fall down the six either way. They're all bunched up right there. RIGHT BEHIND MILWAUKEE. Because I think at this point you can pretty much count it for Milwaukee as far as winning the Eastern Conference during the regular season. Definitely do you see any major factors in the eastern conference competing against each other along with Milwaukee when it comes to Miami Toronto which which team stands out the most Indiana or could resurgence of Philadelphia when they finally seem to get their act together which may or may not happen that this morning time in the year. What do you really see something as far as a threat to? Maybe you know that that Boston really fears outside of the Milwaukee Bucks most funny all those teams you just mentioned are aw thinking the same thing. They've gotTA finish second. You know Milwaukee's finishing first at this point that's given so that number two spot in the East is so important you know right now. It's Miami who kind of came. I don't WanNa came out of nowhere because they were definitely an improved move team last year. But I don't think people thought that they were going to be you know as good as they were. Although you know Jimmy Butler and then justice winslow is fabulous player. And they've gotten contributions from you. Know Tyler Hero. So they are Robertson can yeah. They're scary scary team. I I don't like I wouldn't like playing them. They defend Jimmy. Butler is difficult to play against. But I really feel like getting adding to that number. Two spot is is important as a Celtics fan joy. Fear any of those teams that you just mentioned no. I don't fear any of them. Except for maybe the sixers. If embiid is back healthy healthy healthy but I mean look sixers or sitting six right now right so are they areva going to really be a factor. I'm not I'm not. I'm not sold on them at all. You know but certainly embiid is a scary proposition for a team. Like the Celtics 'cause who can guard him no one. Will you know when it comes to the playoffs. It comes down to matchups Philadelphia so far this season. They've been somewhat somewhat of a disappointment because they haven't jelled as unit as you know as much as we thought they would because yeah defensively looked like we're going to be a juggernaut when you have You know Orford at a beat on the frontline. You've got Simmons back there who plays very good defense still can't shoot. Where the darn but you know as as far as the the you had Josh Richardson and you also had You know other players that that could go ahead and make this yet. Tobias Harris from the clippers the absolutely tobias why is Harris who was supposed to be your three man shooting. All those three pointers. Just hasn't materialized yet but then again in a in a playoff series especially facing facing off against Milwaukee Bucks that could be an issue because of any of the teams that I see facing up against Milwaukee in eastern conference. I still think that that Philadelphia could be that team that faces off against them the best because I think they match up against Seanez. Yes I agree with that. I agree with that but so much much. Hinges on. NBC being healthy. I know he's supposed to be coming back soon. I read that. He's cleared for contact now in practice. So I mean I don't think it's long term but you don't you're sixers you don't WanNa fall any further down the standings right and and they have been able to win consistently with embiid out like like you're saying it's a game of matchup so last year as a celtics fan that if you're the sixers not so much because we had the one guy in the league that could guard hard embiid and that was Al Horford and the sixers went ahead and said we're GONNA take the one guy in the league that gives him be trouble. We're going to sign him. Rogina get them on. You know you can't beat them join them you know. They're they took him and the Celtics are should be worried about that. You know and that's something that again that you you touched upon his Danny Ainge is going to have to make some choices. I mean the Celtics are doing very well for themselves in third place but when it comes right down to it you know they're gonNA have to bolster that frontline and also provides depth. I think at least you know I understand the the the rotation get shortened in the playoffs but still I would be concerned if you're a celtics fan and you've got number six number seven and number eight player which usually short new rotation to still coming out there and the players coming out. They're off the bench not really able to get it done. That's true that's definitely true. We'll be back with more of the Lakers fast-break podcasts. They took what's been going on with the pop culture cosmo show and the PC multi the better that these marvel films do the higher the standards are going to be for not just other films in general but other marvel films also. I think it's really hard to end a show with this money. Fans and the satisfying way pop culture cosmos show and the PCC multi-diverse playing worldwide on radio. Seven days a week. And wherever you get your podcasts. But right now it's still a good time for the Celtics although Indiana because victory depot. It's coming back very soon. And that could really give them a charge even more and like you said they're just just a couple of games out of second place so I know that there's something that that you know. The Eastern Conference needs to be wary of as well Indiana's a team that no one talks about and they just keep winning even them whatever who they throw out there and like you said their best players not there'll depot certainly it's in a real breakout season for SA- bonus. He's just handful right. He's all over the court. Hustle plays under the basket. He's improved his shooting. He's he's he's he's actually like quite complete. I don't WANNA say power forward but you don't know where to remember the days in Oklahoma City in his rookie year that Oklahoma City decided to go ahead and just stick him out at three point line and just shoot three pointers at thirty percent rate and I was thinking about what a waste right waste waist as in college was such a tremendous rebounder. Exactly and I didn't get it. I didn't understand it then. He goes to Indiana and you see game developed. He's now an all star. He's not an all star this year. I think that's a crime. But Him Brogden. I mean they have a really nice setup like you said Indiana and they don't get the luxury of bringing being in the high tier free agents reizo their team that that really has to go ahead and build within get lucky on some traits at nature. We did so. I'd be wary of them. But you know it's just right now. There's a nice mix between second and six and a nice little dog fight going on there. What do you think Boston in reality? Real do go ahead and and see what they can do to make some tweaks to get the job done. Is there anyone. You think that Boston's should target while you know what they say whether a smoke there's fire and there's been like consistent trade rumors for two years about Stephen Adams. The problem is okay see is in a playoff have spot so I think if they were if they were really having a lousy season. They'd get rid of Steven Adams but Chris Paul's planned out of his mind for Oklahoma Home City and they're actually I mean they're not a juggernaut anyplace by any sense of the word. They're in seventh place but they are in a playoff spot so it's hard to believe that they they just give up on him. But that's the guy I'd like to see because he's tough as nails that guy true but would you take him over. Someone like Andre Drummond. Who caused right around the same Andre Drummond rumors to actually the Celtics play Detroit? This past week the Pistons beat them. Celtics are coming off some terrible losses. They've lost the wizards words and then they lost to Detroit. Well and then your Lakers lost to Orlando. Yeah that I I gained that. They lost the team under five. Hundred sub lead me. They've been hearing about it from the Lakers twitter out there. But you know it's just there's so many variables right now when it comes to what's going on the in the season. Let me ask you this when finally when it comes to the eastern conference as a whole. Do you see anybody matching up against the Milwaukee Bucks in the playoffs. I still I don't think there's there's the team you know that could have a different mindset or kick it up a notch in the eastern conference playoffs because they're usually is t- that does like we saw with Toronto Ronna last year and they found a formula to go ahead and stop jaundice machi box. Do you think do you think one of these teams can find the magic to do it again. I don't think so I. I think I think the formula that the rap rebound last year was called Kawhi Leonard and that guy is in the West now so and and the NBA has a strong history of you. Know you gotTA lose. You gotta take your defeats to learn how to win. And I think that was Milwaukee. Last year you know. L. They were. They were thrust into the eastern Iranian Eastern Conference finals. A spotlight was on genesis you know. MVP and all this and and you know they lost so so what happens when you lose you come back stronger the next year and I think this this might be their year. You know it definitely is starting to look like it. I mean they're very strong and team. I saw them yesterday the day I should say and you know the way they they can fill it up from three point over the way they focused on having that three point offsets geared roud. Jonathan Ball it has all a matter of can you force Janice to shoot those jumpers. Can you force him or maybe to the line instead of going ahead and and having him dominate so much inside. Can you force genres to make those mistakes in a playoff format. I think that's the key because once you see John is going to the free throw line and you know he doesn't have enough confidence there. Once you see his streaky. Three point shooting. Those are his weaknesses. But he's improving to the point. Where two three years down the line? That may not be an issue but for right now you can go ahead and possibly focus in on that during the course of a five seven game playoff run. I mean right now it is an issue because I like at the end of the Celtics game against the bucks last game the Celtics made a little little bit of a comeback that just fell short in the fourth quarter and basically they were playing five feet. Awesome telling him go ahead and shoot guy and that's what's going to happen again Dan. You know what's going to happen again. I mean that's not the first time we'll see a star that you know you you have to gain plan around him. It's going to really come up. You know he's GonNa put up his his points twenty ten days. It's going to be there. It's like can Eric Bledsoe make a shot can dont. They've given Chen Zoe. Is He gonNA come off the bench and do something. Big For one game is a child. They're going to shoot fifty percent point line ray. Now he's out of his mind shooting three pointers owners George Hill right at easy. The leading the league in three point percentage or close right so That's WHO's GonNa that's who's going to win the games for that's someone's going to have to come up. Big and your Lakers are in the same situation right. You're in the same situation. 'cause we know that that we know what Lebron's going to do. Do we know what he's GonNa do Sumit's healthy so who's going to step up. WHO's GonNa hit that big shot you know? Think of the Bulls. Think of Michael Jordan Scottie. Pippen who hit the shot shot in the corner to win the game. Steve Kerr Jim Paxson you know. Like where's that guy right but still there's always the question here on the West Coast when it comes to Lakers acres with the clippers looming overhead. Having two games up on the Lakers head to head that that still gets the Lakers and the Lakers fans here Each and every time but you know thirty three and eight going into as we record this. You know. Halfway in the season done going out into the grammy trip. Houston Boston coming up here on Monday. Which is why I'm talking to you today? Right it's just such a great to see that the Lakers and the Celtics are both playing. Hang out of very good level at a very constructive level overall and. It's good to see you know the league loves to see the Celtics and the Lakers back. You know in prominence overall overall in the in each of their conferences. So it's great to see for both of them but I wanna ask this with both now playing at a high level now again I understand stand. You can't recreate the eighties. I understand you can't recreate the nostalgia and the love. Many people have for that in fact I have I still have you know right right over here right above my head over here. The eighty seven world champion. Back to back over here on the other side here. The TNC just off camera shirt. That's right there I want to ask. Let's get this though. Is there a new rivalry that can be created because it's just so hard for these days for these rivalries to continue for a long period of time. I mean we're seeing it now in L. A.. With the clippers the Lakers. But how long that will allow for Free Agency and player flocks. Your situations things like that always is susceptible to change but when it comes to in East West rivalry. Is there a chance that the Lakers Celtics recovery can be reborn again for sure. Could it's always going to be there. You know burden magic set the stage right. That was it. That was the rivalry and then it came back for a little bit there. The two thousand Sinoe with Paul Pearson Koby and those teams teams and I mean. Unfortunately they're not in the same conference. Oh what is it gonNA take to get the rivalry going. They both got to make it to the finals. That's it they gotta make it to the finals. And I mean though I love the Celtics do I think they can make the finals. This year. not so much. That's you know like the they've gotta Juggernaut go through Milwaukee whereas the Lakers. I think our Laker fans should be realistically thinking the the team should be in the finals. That's all right. That's the goal I mean. Can they beat the clippers. They're going to have to find out. CAN THEY DENVER. I think so you know oh well. There's a finite window because you have Lebron James for only at you know at this period of time. How much longer is gonNA play like this? You know he's he's you know. Oh thirty five seventeenth year. You don't know how much longer he can stay and maintain this level of excellence. AD here but you don't know if if he's GonNa go ahead and a free agency at go at sign with Chicago his hometown Chicago or or anywhere else GonNa ask you about that. Because they said he's wanted to renegotiate. They want want to renegotiate. He says he wants to concentrate. And seasoned among okay as a formality opener well when the deadline for offering a player era of his stature. A new contract came up. You have to do as a formality. But the way was structured under the current salary cap. You can only sign them for X. amount when he's a free agent he can be resigned but the Lakers for a larger amount. So obviously he's as a formality he he said. No we I know raises some conjecture but I think it was just a formality. The both sides had to go ahead and deal with but there is the point that he has mentioned he'd love to plant his hometown Chicago at some point in time it's career and you know he. He is a free agent but it would be hard for him to leave a team where he could be on the verge like you said a playing in the NBA finals if everything falls right so I don't know it's just just right now. The T- the Lakers have to have a win now mentality and you know their their window a short they don't have any assets they don't have much to bring for the a future they need to go ahead and play for now and with the with the prospect next year of the warriors get back healthy of so many other teams making changes ages. Twenty twenty one happens. Got John US as a free agent. Who could cite anywhere or reassignment with Milwaukee? You don't know the variables so right now you have the play for it and I think the Lakers have to have that mentality going forward and they can be either them the clippers the representative. Because I don't see anyone else Denver. Utah Houston either those teams. I don't see them. Beating the Lakers or the clippers in a seven game series You know I just I just don't see it it happened. I'd love Denver. I think they're great but I agree with you. They can't beat the Lakers clippers. I I th. I think they're fun. To Watch thing. Djokovic is amazing to watch coach and but no they can't and same thing Houston's proven to us time and time again that they can't You know like we've seen Houston what their plan of attack is is and it's fallen short and if you're looking ahead well like you said the Lakers gave up so much to get a D.. So they have to win now. They gave up so much wjr so we have no choice. They have no choice and not only did a double whammy because they gave up so much. And Lebron getting older and I respect Lebron James so much like. He's reinvented himself like he's reinvented himself. As a he's eating leading assist right so by over an assistant game which is incredible. It's amazing using A. He's he's a fabulous player but he's he's getting older right and last year was the first time ever that we saw Lebron sidelined because of an injury and knock on wood for you guys. Hopefully that doesn't happen again this year. But you know that's that could be where it's trending to or he has to watch out. They gotTa Watch minutes and they got to be careful about you. Know the back to backs and stuff like the clippers are doing with with Kawhi Leonard Right so so and then if you're thinking about looking ahead to twenty twenty one and beyond how will the Dallas Mavericks Right. Because they certainly have of franchise player to build around and there were already a playoff team with him magic if they get another piece to come and play with him absolutely they'll really be something special. If that's the case because Luca Danni yeah he is a real deal and even if it before in the past Dallas was not the Stop for free agent destinations nations. They are now with Luca because type of player everyone likes to play with. He makes the game a lot more fun. Just like Lebron is now in Los Angeles so so I could definitely see that happening down the road and again like I mentioned Golden State is GonNa get healthier at next year next season. They're going to get everybody back. Plus they're going to have a high draft choice whether they can either pick or they can trade for even more assets so they're going to be something special again going going forward with the what you could say. Probably maybe their final run together as a group for maybe one or two more championships. I'll tell you what the interesting to see what they're going to do later this year. You and I got to have a conversation about that. As state has a decision about what they're gonNA do that. Pick it's going to be made Russell know where it's going. Well Yeah I guess yes. That's two assets. The top pick right their top three pick top five pick whatever falls on and the annual Russell so they have not one but two assets sets. They can really go ahead and utilize to make their team even they want to they want to go for more championships and make a big trade or do they want to plan for the future and pick. I don't know who's going to be that big pick this year on. You don't have williamson out there this year like you did last year right. Yeah so I'm saying utilize that for more assets that are win now assets because curry. He is not getting any younger. Green is not getting any younger. So you have that core you have that mix you might as well go ahead take advantage shove it while you can. Who would have thought that the Golden State Warriors have nine wins this season? I didn't think of that's for sure. I mean even even with all their injuries. I still thought the win the game here and there but it's ugly ugly indeed. We're signalling the REP for a quick time melt. But we'll be back with more of the Lakers fast-break podcast listener Dutch here from voice from the underground the the podcast michaels and I want to invite you to check out our little corner of the podcast verse at Voice from the underground we talk about all the crazy happening around us us and try to make a little bit of sense are the nonsense with little to no results. If the idea of hearing three semi intelligent outspoken nerds talk about politics social issues issues current events sports movies pretty much anything that we decide to talk about because well. It's our show appeals to you. Grab your shoveling. Come on down in the underground and then consult a qualified qualified psychotherapist finest wherever you get your podcast. Just not where you buy your weed from the underground tell you what is just been so great to talk to you. One last thing on the Celtics. That's one ask because this. Let's say John is out of the picture You know I hope not. I don't I don't wish any injury or anything bad for the Milwaukee Bucks or anything anything like that. But let's let's take the Milwaukee Bucks out of the equation Snack. Something happens that they cannot go ahead and get that title. As far as the playoff runs far sons. Who Do you see coming out of the east of? That's the case because like you said from second the six it's kind of like a mixed mash teams that everybody on any given day seems it'd be looking better than the others. Why think the Celtics are the second best team in the in the east for sure Milwaukee aside I think they can not scared of any of the other teams okay? That's that's what I wanted to ask because you have those three players the key three right there and I don't think any money other teams have Three players that can all all go off and and have dominant type performance as Jalen Brown Jason Tatum. And also you know. Yeah exactly so Kemba Walker is just. It's such a you know underrated player. And he's been such a great team addition by subtraction. I think is probably what the cases as far as the Combo's fit right in the Gordon Hayward is is the one that really has to get going his season is how he goes is sort of how the Celtics go up and down yeah area but now you know when they when they lose is to Detroit and Washington it's hayward is sort of you know one for ten from the field and then there's other games where they can sort of look like they can beat anybody the and it's because Hayward is contributing to you know what they're paying him for at Has Been a source of a lot of angst for a lot of Celtics fans over the past issue. Yours sincerely signed on understand. He's not healthy and he just when he was getting back you heard broke his hand but you know it happens fortunately but he also has a big time trade asset as well that that is not the feeling so basically after what happened with Isaiah Thomas whereas they you know they we had him and then they traded him before he signed his big contract. It's caused like Celtics. SORTA took a few hits among the NBA players in that regard. And then I the the feeling is that they don't WanNa Trade Gordon Hayward they don't want to beat a team like we trade the Guy After we signed him you know. Because that's it's sort of like unattractive attractive for other free agents to come there like. Oh why would I sign. They're they're going to trade in two years you know so. I don't know if I put a lot of credence in that thing when it comes to Gordon Hayward but I'm just telling you that's that's out there you know I agree with you on that it's out there and if something should happen to Milwaukee Bucks for one reason there's another that they're not able to go ahead and go all the way in the Eastern conference definitely a celtics should be a team highly regarded as possibly taking that that spot fought in their place and you know it all depends on matchups in the playoffs. It all hundred percent a hundred percent and I think I'm going to get my Canadian passport revoked. I hardly hardly talked about the rap. There's a reason mentioned the Mexican dinner but while the raptors should be considered because they have a balanced team as well but like doc champions coming out of the East not so much right not so much I think is great is really just a great find and obviously a great story there and somebody who is really really going to help the team long-term and you have vanfleet. Who's done a job? Yeah it definitely. The future is bright for them whether or not they can go ahead this year and say they're going to go ahead and repeat. I'm not so sure because not having Kurai and Danny Green there defensively is ultimately. I think it's got to be a killer for them once again. I asked Sherman from the skip and Josh podcast. If you WANNA check it out today there's a lot of great things going on with their show. The cover the world of sports detail before we had on out skip. I want you to go ahead. Let everybody know what is going on with all the stuff at the skit. Josh podcast. We record an episode. This morning. I should be posting that later today. We went for almost a half an hour. Big Heat's coming from Josh and myself about this whole business with the signs stealing in Major League Baseball and people getting fired and suspended and we pretty much did a whole show just about that and in the end we touched on a few other. Things is going on like you said with Vegas firing their coach and hockey and and a few other little details about for about twenty five minutes. We really talked about the baseball's Einstein scandal and you know what it means means for the League. Where did the teams go from there? Did the punishment fit the crime that type of stuff. And that's something I want to check out because I do want to hear your thoughts on it because because it is a. It's a larger issue because as you know with baseball there's been a visibility issue. Yeah sure three million fans go out on average to many the of the teams out there still to this day to the ballparks but as far as the TV entity as far as you know the whole landscape or where baseball fits since the turn of the century is become more more okay. That's your dad's sneeze or that's your GRANDPA's for now. That's how it is in my house. Family family my son doesn't watch baseball now. My family doesn't As well they could care less about it. I tried to get them to go to game live and whatnot. That's still something that that you would rather not do. And it's terrible because the experience has always been for me live can be very enjoyable the actual sport itself. It's just it's not aged aged with the Times it's not modernized in the ways that should have I mean. NFL that blew up here within the you know the recent decade You know an MBA obviously has reached out to so many different patterns Obviously made the game more sexy to look at that as far as that's concerned so they've gone other way. NFL It's the same thing. Baseball really hasn't done that. Although the trend towards home runs yeah yeah to me you would think actually be more attractive now than ever for me. It should be because of the fact I love home runs. I don't love pitching contest. I don't love two due to one games. I love ten to seven homerun slug fest and things of that nature. Where at any point time anyone could hit out of the park but then you have on the other end you have players earning tens of millions of dollars that hit to twenty? I know I don't know it's kind of weird. How we're at these days Nathan? WHO strike out every other bad so I don't know it's it's kind of weird how you know where baseball's I've definitely going to check out your show especially with the fact that right now baseball itself has a black eye back that the sign stealing whole scandal for two years essentially. I mean you have what Houston Astros it but then you also talk about what outscore may have done for the Boston Red Sox and any punishment we going down there. I mean it's already cost not one stupid. Three managers and a general manager their jobs and what manager of never even managed the game. I got exactly and the players. Get off scot-free. So uh-huh we delve into the reason why the players didn't get touched on all this. And that's what I wanna hear and also want to hear your thoughts. Should they been vacated. The Title L.. Should we talked about the exactly the same things you gotta check it out. The vacating stuff is a big big part of a we talked about today. Should you have given the the the trophy to the dodgers or or what have you so. I don't know there's just a lot of things you could say there but I know a lot of things did get said on your show definitely if you really WANNA know more sign stealing scandal at some great opinions on it. You need to check out the skipping Josh. PODCAST and all their their shows when it concerns the world is sports You know it's a great show. Every time I listened to it so I am going to check it out after this broadcast wouldn't airs and if you're listening to this airs this week on the Lakers respirate. PODCAST ask. Please please give it. Listen it's the skipping Josh podcast terrel. You're so kind thank you so much. I'll no worries noise. You GotTa send me a promo though. I don't have a good one. Yeah right the every skipper. Josh podcast. The best sports show on podcast. But we just don't have a problem. Yeah I'll make Rollo. Yeah well I have to get one for you. Got To be a pro bowl. The Best Sport Show. That doesn't have a program there you go there you got a date well tell you what scripture of it is just so great to have you on the program today. Any last thoughts on the way out on the Celtics Laker rivalry or what's coming up ahead for the NBA. In the second half well. It's down the stretch now. It's battling for playoff positions. I think I think the citizens are mostly decided so it's shocking position and like I said that race for number two in the East is huge and in the West. I also think that race for number two is big. Clippers are are in third right now but I think they they wanNA play the Lakers in the conference finals. Not In the semi's so like now we. We talked about this before you started the broadcast. Tonight's SORTA like when the season starts you know soon as the Super Bowl and the NBA is going to be on her face. And and and I think we're going to have some very exciting races and into the playoffs absolutely and also very interesting trade deadline. I know a lot of analysts have said out there that that you know. It's not going to be as active this year. A lot of consideration that every year they say every air look what happens after that. But I'm very intrigued to see what goes on there plus like you said what happens to the rest of the season cannot wait for it cannot thank you for being a part of today's show by the way the trading deadline the biggest ship out there right Bradley. Beal there you you go. He gets traded. All bets are off all right. Because he's he's out there and if some he's a game changer for a team that will get him absolutely. You never know could be wearing that Boston. Celtics think they've got enough. Suitors Are Eddie. Can't hurt to have more shooting. Yeah there you go well if you want to go ahead and send us any questions for skip or myself. 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