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Side Stories: Human Dolls

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Side Stories: Human Dolls

"Hey, what's up everyone in Ben Kissel? And with Marcus parks. I then we're going to talk to you a little bit about Ebeling its top at it's the political show that Marcus, and I do it's a lot of fun. If you wanna get up to date on the weekly news of politics. Check out the show. You know, I think you'll like it. I think you'll like we're reasonable people or five people were five people. So that's good. So check it out because there is a lot to unpack. And hopefully, it helps you get through your week. So hail yourselves everyone. Thanks for listening. To escape tunes used the lost casts on the left side stories. That's one of the cannibalism started. Oh is that a bad warmer? What it was was interested. Hey, what's up everyone? Welcome to side stories. I have been kissed with Henry's Nebraska live from LA. We'll come. He was criticizing the coffee machine because it's a nicer, you don't have a coffee machine though, or no, we don't we have coffee. There's so much on a coffee store, you go to go to the coffee shop or you're gonna get the Starbucks in your frozen in the in the grenades grenades. She doing the right. First of all what you're doing is. You're you are a contributing to your carbon footprint that is true in debate. That is a problem. He's just shit. I've actually had a lot of issues with my carbon footprint lately, it's large. It would take five earths. Really? It would take five earths. If everyone consumed as much as I can do you put it into it. It's an algorithm you put in like how much plastic do you throw away? How much food do you consume? How much do you fart per day? And then they say it would take five earths. If everyone consumed as much as you consume. So I am part of the problem and then working on it. Do you just sit in your living room wrapped up in a pierced like old, Katie pool like a plastic? Kiddy pool is everything just made out of all the takeout containers in your house like what are you doing? You dislike just take a Starbucks? And you take a sip out of it and throw behind your shoulder. And then buffing goes new have her like, you feel them. Fool up in boy puffins is a boy number one. Are you one of those that gets mad about people who I don't care? I don't I don't because you never know. I'm not looking at it's pussy. No. You want me to go like Zola's things AUSSIE? No henry. I don't want you to do. Manners. Honestly, it would be problematic. If you demanded to see my dogs genitals, though, I would have to say like this is a big. Let's see you get hard. No. We don't have to do that. And I don't even like the conversation. I don't even like to entertain the conversation. I did have a question though. And this is a legitimate question for you Henry, and it starts with the sentence. Is it racist say is this racist yesterday? I was walking around downtown, Los Angeles. And I saw a black fellow with the exact same build and wait as Kevin Barnett. And I wanted to give them a hug is that racist? You just what you you're just making somebody somebody who they're not in order. It's more. It's not about race. It's about a weird deep longing. Sadness trying to create something out of nothing. Okay. Because I felt like if I go, and like technically, I would just be a costing this man with with with an affectionate hug, but he would just maybe not be like that happy about it. Thank you. I would put it on the same line as weird miscellaneous crime. As if you. Got from Josh Rabinowitz, some of Kevin's close, and you stuff them with pillows and stuff, and you'd like hug that I would say it's all that would be a massive problem. We are going to get to a story, similar dwell. Not really that Ciller to that. But we're going to be going to Russia here at a second. They also want to talk about how scared you are of just cars on the road. You come out here. You literally took an Uber from your hotel over to the studio because you're in town for the Kevin Burnett memorial show that stabbing tonight you this released tomorrow on Wednesday. So this debt, you didn't come home. I did come. And it was lovely to see rates you. But you were an Uber. And you're just like all these cars go, and so you live in New York City. This is actually what you're from blink Kester, Pennsylvania. No, go if you were in a fucking carriage wasn't lucky enough to be Amish. But I was. Amish. Are you kidding me? Too hard nothing. They don't work. They is weren't nobody really work make their no reds. They know they buy them. No. But I saw I saw the show the Amish mafia show. Did you see that reality show Natalie worked on it? Really? It's all fake. Oh, my of course. But it is fricken. Ho, Larry, I know how the Amish are. I know how the Amish don't even they cut corners they cut corners. I know. I know I know they're fuck. They can the thing is in my car. I was on the phone. We were doing a group called because this is so interesting for everyone to hear. But I said we're going to hundred and five miles per hour. We were going to hundred and five, but it was Kalaam. I don't know why her her speedometer was in Columbia. That's an illegal Chinese car. Will once I once she dropped me off. She's like this is kilometers, by the way. I heard you talking. So that's why I thought it was like we are really going fast here. And but because I'm like one hundred and five and then of course, we're passing us. I'm like, they must be one hundred and thirty. So it was a it was a it was. Obstacle allusion sleepworks. Yes. You wants to go. On audio. And I'm like why the hell anyway. So that is the massive. I think we were just doing their normal Spielman, but it's sixty bucks Mary who was producing here at sixty five miles per hour. That's we were going so impassable like seventy miles per hour, but seem and Astor because my head. I'm like that's a big number. Anyway, I was in tesla the other day. Oh, because the like we took it an Uber. Fucking tesla showed up and we got in it. And I will say it is kind of like that. What goes like you? Don't know you're going eighty five miles an hour. But you don't know it just tesla anything I want go faster, man. I know faster. I know you do Dave I'm gonna take I was driving a Jeep for poor KB's funeral on. When I got I got a Jeep. I tell you one science about a fucking Jeep. Honestly, it's the Yukon to everybody's afraid of you. That's what's nice you're on the road you're bringing than everybody else. There wants for you because you or the danger you're the lookout for because you got the horsepower fucking kill their whole. Family. If you want to say, my choice with psychology of being someone who is short is just it is honestly horrified. It's really scares me. 'cause I don't care. I think it's important for people to be afraid of me if they can be if they can be need to be able to drop that because I have a family to protect always looking at me, Wendy is for food and protection. Okay. So when he just points and wants me to kill somebody. I gotta be able to do it. I understand, thankfully, she can't point. And hopefully, the slime is getting figured out, by the way, slide use them. Yeah. I will see I'm gonna see tomorrow perhaps honestly while around there's a bit of a tour. I can do for you. And this is not even a joke. Like, oh, guys. Because there's also I want to talk about so. Yeah. Everyone tells me the film it I get it is. Can't sometime it would be. Honestly, if it is bonnet we need to talk about drinking in your neighborhood. That must be like are you in like an only Irish neighborhood like what has happened? No. This is not over stereotype the Irish, yes. Please protect them. Yes. But I don't understand the amount of vomit. And I know that I I I thought it was a junkie thing. And then maybe it's a dog based behavior as well. But I'm not sure, but if not if my streets are not covered with miscellaneous lime you most certainly covered with Pablo puddles a fucking vomit. And I don't live on bourbon street like I live in a normal neighbor. Right. No. I completely understand. All right. We'll speak of true horror. We have to do it update on Bruce MC. Arthur. Some new information has come to light regarding his arrest. Now, this is straight out of silence of the lambs. Evidently when he was arrested the cops roll up the banged down the door. There is a man in his bed tied up ready to. To be victim. Number nine. Yeah. I believe number nine. And he was God knows what do you think? Fifteen minutes away an hour away from being dead. But now he was being prepped. It seem preps. Yeah. We don't know. Because what we basically the police arrive the Cording to the statement when they picked him up. He had a victim of handcuffed to his bet. And next thing they found was a group of on his desktop, computer. When they were searching drills information, they found these files on his desk seem to have the first names of all of the men that ended up being his victims. Right. And there was a final file that I believe was just titled John, which is the name of the man handcuffed debt. Do that is. So fricking scary. Can this is like one of the times if you're a police officer this is like I can retire now. Oh, yes. Like the fucking crime story of your life. This it to rescue this guy. You now become a haunted person for sure rightfully so. Because this is you know, how Canadians are when they're haunted. Oh, oh my God. I tell you what I tell you ought to be all I see how your haunted over. But you know, how you gotta be you gotta be more haunted like me, and my buddy, Greg my body. Greg's haunted. He can't even gold by cemetery to visit his grandmother because next thing, you know, he's digging up looking for bolt cer- fucking awful person or is going to be a massive heavy hitter for us. Eventually he will be put what they found in fucking defiles were pictures of easy. The victims assume either unconscious or dead wrapped in they were completely shaved they were put in for coats and hats, and you would put little cigars in their limpets Mary. So he's just he's laughing, you're laughing. He wanted to make them like Milton Berle like what did he what was he doing? He's like monopoly man murderer. Yeah. It really a mole little cartoon a little vaudeville performers. It is such a bizarre thing. I have never I've never heard of that before the oldest coz that we've covered has anyone like Jerry rodeos. What did oh did he dress them? You would do. The pictures of the of severed feet with with the feet, and in the high heels we had fifty K who did all the self portraiture that was self portraits though. But there are other people that have had because it depends on what your trophy was. And obviously, this is what your trophy is. And this is a part of where I people kept saying was a how like in modern day with the internet. We're never going to have like these big time mythology mythological serial killers anymore. But actually, I think that we're seeing that they actually have a lot more tools that they're supposed being able to take these pictures and not having to take them to a place to get developed like they used to be like not having to go into an eckerd's and winked at the guy and give them a five dollar Bill and pretend to we didn't see you it's on net role. And right that was old school. Yeah. Because I had that was time. You just saw grandma's in the bathroom. Tackle. Naked women on bathroom one of the hall. So I saw a woman with her vagina. She her her. It was a nice woman forties. And it was a series of pictures of her spread eagle with the vagina. She'd written in pen around her vagina wish you were here. Well, that's a strange Pink Floyd song. So anyway. Yeah. So we all know MC, Bruce MacArthur. He tormented the LGBT community in Toronto mostly Middle Eastern men. So it's it's great that he's been caught. And it is wonderful that he is going to go away. He's well he's going which is rare in Canadian prison terms. They don't do a lot of life sentences. It's pretty like that is their heaviest. Yeah. Their heaviest sentence. He is obvious madman. There are a lot of this up's going to come out about him. We're going to find out what it is. But it's fucked. How long he got to operate? It really is they didn't get him until December until two thousand seventeen they were able to link his dodge caravan. He had a red dodge caravan and were will to link him to that after his final victim kinsmen was getting into it or his last victim kinsman was getting into it. They had surveillance footage of that dodge caravan. They linked back to MacArthur in December of that year. Please searched MacArthur's home and found devices with more than one hundred. Photos of kinsman dating back to two thousand seven but eighteen of them were taken. Well, he was dead. Well, this is a long this dude was as Henry just mentioned was operating for a long time. And it was an under I investigated crime because of the nature of his victims number one because you have men of Middle Eastern origin that are and various Asian orange origins that were gay and that gay community, and they were they kind of left them to their own because they have these there, obviously, I'm not going to blame the police. I am going to blame the police with the fact that they didn't fully engage, but he's kind of believed that like, yeah. But he's guys are drifters. I mean, like, they're just. They're just like they live their normal lives. And you just kind of you probably would be nice. If maybe looked into it a little bit harder than you did. Oh, totally. And it was devastating for the family of these victims. Obviously, Karen, Kohl's a sister of kinsman said when he was missing I'd lie awake at night wondering where he was in what he might have suffered. And she says now I lie awake. And think about how he was murdered and dismembered by someone. He knew so MacArthur was such a sociopath. He was actually friends with these people, which I suppose explains how it was able to get them in such. You know, comfortable positions. I guess this is another comment because it basically from reading from this article, I'm reading from it's it's very interesting. So he obviously we now know that he dismembered the bodies and he hit much plan planners from where he was working right road. Go when he would disseminate the body parts. Now, the majority of the men's remains were hidden inside large outdoor planners at home where he worked filled the rest were buried in a ravine adjacent to the property owner of the home care and Frazier last week, eight trees, the city of Tronto has planted along the ravine to honor the men, which is very nice to whom she said she met when they accompany MacArthur as he worked on her property. She said the MacArthur who killed the victims is not the man she and her husband knew we call it. Bruce. A and Bruce b Bruce a was a man who seemed to have made decisions about his life. What was your you're happy with it? He enjoyed his job. He enjoyed his clients. He never got bored with the plants he ever got bored with the flavor bodies. That's what it says. Here this listen, okay? Where he was. Very talented at it. He was very fond of his children. He was a great grandfather. He was he was the best friend neighbor relative. That anyone go to that was Bruce a OK whose be who was that. I don't know. That's not it seems like they're really focusing on Bruce. A and the overshadows the be in this case, I think it's more like Bruce a as a raging sociopath who murders a bunch of people and puts them in planters. And the name is verse me. Yes, the same guy. But as forementioned when it comes to the LGBT community. This is a quote here for years members of the LGBT community in Toronto believed they were being targeted by a killer. And they were right. The prosecutor said MacArthur shaved victims after he killed them and kept some hair stored. The also held onto items belonging to the people. So this dude. Yeah, we are going to do a deep dive, I'm bruised MacArthur. Because when do you think this started, I mean, it seems like two thousand was when he started hanging around the gay scene in Toronto. Oh, and I'm assuming it started pretty soon at that point. We're gonna find out and we'll see what hit quote, we know very little about as is growing up yet. That could all those details will come out. And that's when we will be able to do our episode. Yeah. Absolutely. All right, man. That's fucked up. Now, it's it's crazy, man. I will tell you. You know, I found a bag a hair of my own. What do you mean? The last time. I shaved my beard. And it's true. Why did you keep your hair? You know, we're the bodies I wear are you hiding the bodies entry just have ideas. So hoping honestly you shave your beard when you were you were thirty four years old. You really thirty four did always shave it every once in a while. But this was in this last one, okay? This is my shave the beard the last time why on earth which and then you've got a sandwich bag. I put hair in it. Because I thought it was some fun. It was some bit. I was going to do with it. They're willing to do what bit. So I like a serial killer carrot top well bit. Are you going to do with a bag of here? What do you think would like for you to open up a bag? And then just like did you throw it like your LeBron James when he does it with the when with talcum powder, our audience loves would ever whatever is just love it when we give you're gonna throw your beard hair onto our audience. No. But it was through some bit. I forgot what we were doing. I wanna say it was from when. Oh, yes, it was when we were campaigning for the webby award. I had shaved off my beard hair. Because that was a thing I was going to do. I was going to say I was saying it was back here. But I was going to mail out bits of by beard hair. Because I won't make Natalie shave my back because it's all long thing where it's like, I wanna be itchy. It's disgusting. Yeah. Hair? Keep the hair that was going to shape. No, I through the hair out once I found the no I'm say on your back. Yes. You never should've had the heritage ziplock bag to begin with. And also, I don't think it's legal to just male hair. Someone like me. Like, a barber Yuna bomber Mary happening. Would you actually look that up if it actually is legal to mail? I show it is. I don't know if it's not we're not. But I seems like it's like body. It's like, I don't know. It just seems weird to male heir to people if I opened a package, and it was full of human hair. I would be extremely disturbed that wonder where is the toddler for is the baby that this belongs to they wanted it. Because a part of it was it was the drive. I said if you can convince me that you I believe I said five other people have oh, I for the webbie's. I will send you a patch of my back hair. I don't remember that Alpher one person say that they wanted it. Did you get the address from that person? No. I never go. I never knew that work there planting it all around their crimes freeze, and then how is Henry implored, Linda, Oregon and also in Los Angeles. And now we have a whole Noto would. But in real. But in roadies, a one of the skin walkers, a, yeah. Exactly next thing. You know, you're a crypt did. And everyone's hunting you down and trying to kill you. Mary believe it or not there's no rules about human hair. However, human corpses, human organs, or body parts or embryos or doesn't Terry human remains are prohibited. However, you might be interested that anything that's pornographic or obscene is prohibited. So maybe that counts to your show. So I can't send a nude picture of myself to my wife over the over the fucking. Yes. Postal service. But why wouldn't you wanna go Henry what world would Natalie want to go to the mailbox Doria sucks to have to do? And then she opens it up. She's oh, this is from Henry is maybe it's a nice postcard from Australia perhaps. And then it's just your. But is just a picture of you on a bed spread eagle Subba taking a silvery allow with the finger to the corner of the mouth beds new glass day of your marriage. What I would say is that it would be really nice. If like like if you were dying in a hospital, right? You're and hospice now think about this right right before we even get into. We were just talking about Bruce MacArthur. You take a picture of your penis while you're in there because you just wanted to and then one last with you go, and you send out the picture, and it goes in. And if you pass you have a family member send that letter to your wife, and wouldn't it be nice? No one last math. No. I don't think that they would like that. I don't think that they would like that. I don't know if it is worse, although I will say your marriage for Kevin's funeral. It wasn't open casket, and I wanted open casket, but I just want the bottom half. I want the bottom half open. That's what I want no pan. Pants no pan. Just a nice little thong. Anyone can remember me as I am. I just need ten more years. Yes. Absolute. Well, no one's allowed a lot of in our family. No listeners are allowed to die. We got tenure. It's a ten year break. That's it. Well, speaking of well, I guess I kind of alluded to the death of a child, Casey, Anthony and nudity. Casey, Anthony is back in the news. Once again, anytime, she speaks she seems to get covered. And this is kind of interesting. She says she's open to reconciling with her father. But it will read the quote, it doesn't really sound like she is. And then she's also possibly considering taking five hundred K to pose nude. Magazine of all time hustler this Larry Flint's us flirt. But honestly hustler. I mean, Larry Flint was eight warrior for the first amendment. Jerry, fa what he did to Jerry Falwell who was a total scumbag evangelical conman was awesome. I like the people vs. Larry Flint is legitimately good movie gray moving Woody Harrelson. Fucking awesome Courtney. Love's awesome nails him. But I it's I think that obviously, it's her perogatives. I believe if you were going to if there was a career track for Casey Anthony's gotta you're on out. This is kind of how you gotta go. Look what happened with Tonya Harding got into boxing. That's right. She could do something like that. She gets kind of she pivot into that world. She could maybe put on sex tape years kind of money. So basically, whatever your crime is that got you like more famous. Tonya harding. The, you know, the beat down on the need for Nancy Kerrigan, not goodbye enemy, and certainly a horrible assault. So now, you have to be a boxer you kill your kid. Now, you have to actually posing nude is there's the wrong with posing. Or do it it? So it's not even a punishment at all it's up. You just get to make a lot more money doing that. A lot of people do to come to Hollywood for the first time five hundred K. So she kills her kids. This is why it's it's going to be well Henry, you should read some of these quotes we have. Oh, yeah. This is all a part of it. So so what we covered a little bit with that George Anthony got into a very bad car wreck. And he almost died. He almost died, and he was and so obviously, the idea of reconciliation comes to mind. So when in the on the hospital that George Anthony basically says he'd like to see his daughter again, and he forgave her for what she put the family through again. Sure. I mean, I don't know if I would ever be able to do that. Especially not only did you kill my granddaughter. But you also accused me of molesting you your child honestly in this quote. I don't even know if she did forgive him or take it back because now this quote, it's like she is she's such a sociopath. So that she did an interview for Daily Mail TV. And this is Casey Anthony, I'll thank that. I will always love. My down like Humphrey and time he can hail like we can heal from everything better to get together than apart. We'll say time we'll tell and I'll tell you what it will take more than one. Visit it would take more than one on. I love you. All right. He has to admit to things before he can heal until then he is not going to do anything but suffer is so fun. Horrible you DAT. Oh my God. So now, she literally is just like my dad's gonna do nothing but suffer and then when she says he's got to admit things before he can heal. Like all of that stuff was just made up by the defense. She admitted that he was a great father. If you remember the prison when they were they they taped prison conversations. She was she's like I'm going to go away. And she's like you were a great dad all of this stuff all of that is nonsense. So maybe she has just gone on now mentally to believe defense for him. So I think if you listening to dirtyjohn currently because I'm going through because Natalie was just like, oh, you're going to hear that. So I I'm into it. It's really really interesting. But a part of it is that if you are willing to go so deep deep deep on a lie, right? Where everyone oh that she could she has her. She had already. I mean when she walked them through the building that she didn't work at and then finally got to a tangible wall. There was just like, okay. Okay. She is a oh, yeah. You like, you know, now me bits fucking some basic. Vary. A cunning very dangerous person. Really is man to listen to this quote about her said that he says this is Casey Anthony describing her Casey on Casey describing herself it if obvious. I'm a strong minded person. I can move path thing not that they leave my mind. It's just that. I've I've always just been taught how to hide my suffering with a smile, and we are tough at it's hard to change it. I have a lot of things come up and twenty nine thousand nine that will probably make some heads spin only. Good is she fucking. This is Lindsay Lohan Mykonos, it really is man she is fully leaning in to the celebrity is this look I like to think I have what it takes to pose in a girly magazine. I work hard on keeping fit on. They take him up on his offer. So I think that's a yes, again, that's a five hundred thousand dollar offer from hustler and because she was found not guilty. She can take all of that money. She doesn't have to re doesn't have to pay anybody. There's no civil case against her. It's all going to be her cash. So she is going to be living a hell of a lot better than the vast majority of people because she murdered her daughter. Here's it is going to do that. To make it work. What does that say about our culture, though, the fact that she literally is now as time goes on we will as the pain sort of subsides a little bit. And it already has she is just going to become a mainstream person. I firmly believe it it's possible. Look at O J Simpson. He I mean, he's in the mix people taking southeast with them. Like, it's some cool guy walking around like he is just an expert ballplayer. But they we are kind raising. I think there's a lot of things currently that show sort of the true psychotic underbelly of certain businesses, like say, politics and show business. Yeah. You look at this stuff where truly it is whatever puts butts in seats all that matters with both of those industry. Absolutely never never mince words about being so don't they don't want you to think that there's some kind of meritocracy here, you just need to be able to put papers on the fucking screen and keep them there. That's that. Is it doesn't matter. Why they're there. You can you. I was born with three necks you'd like at least. You're a stone to sit your border five feet. Dude. You gotta do buddy to it. Absolutely. We get anybody lower. That's one of my one of my pet peeves while we're watching professional wrestling. And there's a little characters name is horrid swaddled, and he's a little person. And we was watching it with somebody. And they're were like, oh, it's not right. What they're doing to that. Man. I'm like he is just wrestling. Yeah. He's ready. Let him wrestle. I hate the. That's the flip side of that is I cannot believe they're exploiting that it's like no choice. And he's he's on WWE. He's frankly money that's a lot of money. He's he's a dream job. So anyway, that's my only issue with all that. Because now apparently in Florida they're thinking about banning dwarf tossing once again because I thought it was already banned. I'll tell you. I know I didn't know it was such a big thing that it deserved a ban. But evidently, it's quite a common. Bore gag. I guess you cut to me when I'm forty five and we're doing the last podcast cruises. Like, I don't know. What the hell they're doing that point? I mean like you can pay a couple of grand toss me. Oh, it'll tell you. Maybe we'll do people pay you. We split the money for you to toss me if you great, it'd be absolutely. And that's just all it is. That's what the VIP and greet. Slowly turns into this is tossing Henry bag beat like bald. I'd I'd pay you to do it. So Casey, Anthony predicted men and women would buy the issue with her in it. And she says my nudes will fly off the shelf. Even if it's soft porn, and I have to look inside of myself and ask would I buy that? Or what I look at it. And during a large section of my mind that is battling with another large section of my mind. And it's a I mean, it would be interesting. I definitely not going to pay for it. No. I don't think that would be appropriate will my fingers deepen keeping weakness because it's true. Because I don't blame my mind. My spirit is pure what it is. Spirit. He's pure my mind is pure little fuckers your hands who controls who controls your hands. Don't your brain does snow. It's your mind. It's somebody else comes the the the one within what did what did who did Bundy call? What was it that this or the entity to the entity into steps forward and all of a sudden, so it's just like poor entity. And you just look people who've killed their children, not all it's a strange. It's a strange new category on porn hub, just want it to be a up. But I don't want it to be category and borne out. But I'm just saying that sometimes it's a curiosity, and you don't want it still kills the cat. But right before it kills the cat cats. Having a lot of fun. I guess so I guess what it is. Yeah. I think it's honestly, I think that would definitely be a moment where you get notch down level like your morality like it's definitely like, it's a it's a hit to your morality. I think to look at it. But I'm not saying that it's also extremely is just booking best definitely hits your morale. You're definitely taking. It's like DND points. Like, you're going to get you're gonna lose constitute right doing it. I don't know if asked me. You would never do it in this office. And I would never do it my own, but you know, where it's gonna fucking happen in a hotel room. Yeah. Well, was L rooms are a little different. That's win. The reality all changes, you know, that you go into hotel room road. And what that person that man that is alone in that bed in there because I would never I love my wife. I love all kind of just the stupid the the pornography, you sound like Jerry Falwell. All right. So that's a update on Casey Anthony who knows this world is so fricking crazy right now. I would not be surprised do thousand nineteen Casey Anthony becomes mainstream. And honestly, I wouldn't be surprised at some point. If she has a show, I I truly it's not that they won't try. I don't think the I don't think human beings would allow it to happen. But Rb shirt, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg. She wore she's a she's a who are j everything's flip for me. He's a hero. I know. Oh. To be save on. But you know, what? I mean. I don't think that people will watch it. I think that people will protest and we'll be upset. Yeah. Newbies. Would they will allow her to fully under that? I'm surprised hustler has five hundred keta dole out. I can't believe that they are doing anything as far as sales. Go making pisses, really cheap. You just need a lot of water. It's not our overhead over, I guess. So all right. Well, let's go to Russia here they still pee on their ankles and hustler magazine hustler goes wild. I mean, there have always hustler Cheri is it slow. The pennant penetration to do is at art cores. It's off quite think. It's I don't think hustler shit. I haven't honestly looked at a hustler in forever. Your pretty face is going to hell had an interview in hustler magazine like two cycles ago. So you've been in hustler Anfinn gorriak. Yes. Nice. Not. None of our interviews. You're on the children's section. That's for sure. The story is my truth. The story is my only happiness I believe the story. I praised the story st-. Our bodies are already dead. The story must be told. Hi. And welcome to the story must be told. I'm brother read, I'm pastor Andrew. And I'm sister Callisto reshare stories every stories of our congregation of life of punishment of insanity. We are now your family and your family is now nothing. Our bodies are already dead. I I have to say again story take all breaks off. And then raises us look puppies eager for the stories milky tree. Mike. Raise us to be old eager for the milk. The story must be told. The story must be it's. The story must be told every Tuesday on the last podcast network. All right. Well, let's move on here. Speaking of kids, I guess this dude. Let's do this Russian story. This you see you cover this story. Now. This was a guy I believe this came on a bunch of years ago. They he was like this. He's a weirdo. So this is a Russian psychopath who dug up girls bodies and turn them into dulls could walk free a deranged, dude, he dug up the bodies of twenty six so this is like egging on steroids. Twenty-six any kind of looks like Ed gain a little bit a little bit. He did dug up twenty six girls and turn them into quote, human Dole's. He could walk free from psychiatric unit to spite the fury of his victims. This dude is a Natalie Maas, given he's a fifty two year old guy. They say fifty two year old historian. But I don't think that that's accurate. I mean historian. View that all of the graveyards are like, libraries, I guess. So from the Russian city of MS Nina, knob, Garad he was arrested and sentenced to compulsory psychiatric treatment. After two dozen mummified bodies were discovered at his apartment in two thousand eleven so the guy actually didn't even two thousand eleven but heels Madden that long of a time. She didn't ceres people, right? No. He didn't kill them psychiatrists claimed that they had cured the man and recommended that he continue receiving treatment as an outpatient. However, they recently reversed their decision and demanded that his that his treatment be extended indefinitely, but the body snatcher could now walk free on a technicality as as the order keeping him in the secure hospital expired in December. So I don't this is like such a strange story to me because the guy obviously has deep psychological issues. What would he would he ever cross over and actually start taking lives to my main meals? I did. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. That's true. Did do it wasn't very often. But he definitely did do it. I like this concept right here. What it said? According to a BBB age, a Natalie Moskovitz in when his parents to come over who shared the apartment with him. Oh my God. How do you know, you got you gotta know your kids into this? He said they had mistaken the mummies for large dolls. Well. Yeah. I mean, the kids go ahead. The six were three to twelve years old. So I don't know if that's a pretty big frigging large doll a twelve year old. No, most explained is interesting the dead attributed to a childhood incident during which he witnessed a funeral procession for an eleven year old girl mosque than alleged at the participants forced him to kiss the dead girl's face writing that an adult push my face down onto the waxy forehead of the girl in an embroidered cap. And there was nothing. I could do but kiss her as ordered. Oh my goodness. I don't know what Russian funeral is like, but that doesn't I hope that's not normal zone. He would dry the bodies out as you do for can beef jerky. He would wrap their limbs in strips of cloth or with stuff them with Padden, sometimes adding wax masks decorated with nail polish over their faces. He within dress them in brightly colored children's clothes and wigs. Some also had music boxes inside of their ribcages. Yeah. That is going to tell you do. That's that. I never heard of that before. I guess I don't know. I've never done before. And that of crafty guide. Oh, really do the last thing I'd ever did. I don't really do the plaster pal Paris or none of that sort of paper machine kinda worked there. So I guess you do that. Yeah. This guy. I don't think he's a heavy hitter. Because to this point he hasn't actually murdered anyone. But he is. So he we used to host tea parties four the Dole's in these sing children's songs together. And they weren't singing this. No, I think they were pretty quiet and he turned on cartoons. When he worked at a computer. So take what the just have a family. Maybe he just wanted a fan on that's such a fucking Astle. Look, how cute cute the Dole's are though that is going to vomit that is the dog that so precious who's this and Bradley only, that's my mom. Does my mom does a lot of doll work. Like a look at her own look at her cute little lip. Raise horrified. Wow. That is just great. It looks like a music professor. He was a he was a historian. Indeed, it was that make them like this is how I imagine the real professor poem lived. Yeah. It was like this look at all of these. You don't want to tell you what? Because I remember the story came up quite a bit ago because his twenty seven I remember people talking about this back in the day, especially early on the internet to talking about this story, and it was always deep kind of on four Chan of these stories here. Yeah. These dolls, and I really haven't looked at him since. And now that I'm looking again, you're going to try to buy one purchase. If I go to your house, and you have the hustler with Casey Anthony, and one of these dolls I'm gonna really we're gonna have to. I'm gonna have to find you going to have to find Christ. I imagine I'm going to bless you. I am going to force. You will have goals you church with, you know, telling people, I'm a historian historian all of this archive. Barely yet. His mom is Henry said he said, his mom said we saw the dolls, but we did not suspect there were dead bodies inside. They are dead bodies. Number one. He says we thought it was his hobby. And I guess they were right about that. It was sort of his hobby into your fucking, son. Oh, live in crow your parents living with the child that has human sized dolls position all over the house. He makes sing every single day. Maybe check in and check. Hey, this is a reach out. Hey, here's a here's just kind of trying to have a nice normal the evening for once. But we're going to all I mean, just ask if their corpses. Say elephant in the room, just dead body said buddies and then just like see if he's like, let's get rid of those. If he has a Tate's is, you know, what you can do those look, by the way, the also look like dead bodies because no stores selling those they're horrifying. Absolutely not. I it's just you don't have to put a bunch of judgement on my, you know mean. You mean, you don't have to go and tell them he's gross or any sick. Or you can as a family Murphy. Like, hey, listen, you seem to be really tired from job of being a story. You seem to be really stressed out. Whatever it is. I I know that you have these hobbies. Yeah. Yeah. Right rave robbing and then dressing up the Cordell ever, say the words out loud ever again. We'll we're going to do this. We're going to take these dolls because Rolling Stones. Okay. Great. We're going to get rid of them. And then we're going to do is we're going to get used some new hobbies. And maybe just maybe put you on an extended vacation a place where they pump youth all full forcing just a couple of years because honestly nice. Would it be to be an insane asylum for like a little bit? It's great that I can go to the graveyard and rub some graves. I love I love it. Mentally, maybe handle it and be like, let's just go, Saul and honestly, by Russian standards. They didn't throw the book at him. He wasn't in rate in a America. He would be in federal prison for sure because those people would have kind of probably need to be in a concrete square, but he was really his job at being historian. Yeah. Russian historian, and you know, they don't they don't mess around with their history whatsoever. But the truth, but he said this mosque in cave. Detectives conflicting explanations for his actions. He said initially said that he was lonely and wanted to communicate with the girls but later claimed he had tried to find ways to resurrect them. He also said he wanted to become a mum vacation expert. We need to watch Marcus Marcus, a lot of time working alone in that little room. Well, he's in love. He's got engaged. He doesn't live with his parents. We just need to speak with caroliina make sure every once in awhile like it's not an invasion of trust. Just look at his e mails. Yes. You're just kind of follow him once. Well, you say like when he goes if he ever leaves in the middle of the night for some reason after hours and hours of work and just finished jokingly say stuff like going to kill someone. And then just see how he react. 'cause if he goes like currently to stop messing with my business. I know that he's I was joking. You can actually find a lot about people just with a little joke. React. Yes. Because people was really evident to what they really feel. Yeah. Absolutely. So that is a little tale from the wonderful land of mother Russia, and I don't know maybe the guy 'cause it doesn't seem like he has plans to stop. As a matter of fact, he's just going to continue. A. No. So we have some when I love I love our listeners got it much. And we check the side stories Email every day, we love getting love getting emails from you guys. And this is a fun little story, again, if you ever wanted to send us a story big I to cover or is there. Anything you're interested in it's always side stories L P, OT, L G, mail dot com. So this dude, I'll just his name is Tim he lives by Dwayne Johnson for those the Dover. Call Dwayne Johnson was the due to through the meth party for his dying wife in a strange way. It was kinda sweet kind of weirdly romantic. I actually had someone said Twitter message being like, you could tell my emotional state. But the fact that I just teared up at the romance of the meth. Really would like he went all out, and he really risked his freedom to show his wife one last good time. So this is the Email coming in from Tim. He says I live two blocks down from Duane in the tiny house of Searle's. I met him in early two thousand eighteen I was walking around town. And when I walked by his place, he was jamming to the ride the lightning album of Metallica. This dude is like nonstop rock. He says my favorite band and album, then stroke up a conversation with him. He struck up a conversation with them. It led him to telling me story about how he got -ducted by aliens fucking. That's what his paranoia began. We're so he says I say, it's the meth, and I think Tim you might be onto something I could be the methods. Well, introduced him to your podcast. I listen to I I it's just amazing that this dude, maybe listened to av service. We have a couple of celebrities that listened to us. But for some reason, I was like like Henry wrote back and in Texas. I think we made it. Yeah. I can't imagine a wreath. Like, we we got. Searle's? Honestly makes me it because it's something it was like the guy that got a shot by his dad that didn't did the interview on national television with the last pot gusty sherline nothing. This is our legacy. So what have you listened to? Well, he says I listened to the Betty embargo hill episodes with this man looking wave loved and continue to listen to last podcast. I wanted to so fricking funny. I want to thank you guys for the show. I got into a bad car accident. Oh, well, anyway, but he he broke his ankle and his foot while I'm happy that you're feeling better. Now spent four months in a wheelchair. Thank you so much for listening to him that story. So Dwayne Johnson. Listens to the show. We've officially made it we didn't if we can keep the meth, and we rock that's not that Renault. We don't even I don't the rock is just going to criticize busy busy in. Honestly, he's just gonna Marcus. And I don't need all of that. And I'm a stone cold mankind guy anyway. And quite frankly. Like him. I I don't hate there. I'm talking about wrestling not doing Johnson as a person because I interviewed Mick Foley. And he said the only match that he doesn't ever talk about nor does he like, and he says, no one should watch. It is the I quit match with the rock when he's his arms are handcuffed behind his back. His hands are handcuffed behind his back, and he took like thirty straight chair shots to the head shit and his family was crying in the front row. Anyway, that's, but that's not the Rockville that was they they agreed. That was the agreed to pay agreed on that the the mankind was so crazy. So anyway, thank you for the Email fascinated and just so fricking funny to know that this to listen to our Betty and Barney hill episodes, and I hope you like them if we can keep someone with a brain full of meth entertained. Hey, I actually think that's hard to do. I think so because I mean, honestly talk about short attention span being able to lock into those are two hour and a half episodes. There were thick with details about aliens and touch os. We're doing our job at the speed. We need to do her job. And we have to keep it going fat matter of fact, we're all running on Dunkin right all the time. So. Already a light level of speed. Absolutely. All right. So fine. Just the final story. This is I'm going to say, it's it's rare that we see a person who was on trial accused of a crime make it to hear hero of the week, which we don't do every week. But we'll just do it this week when we basically just do whatever we lost. So whenever we would like to do it. So maybe you guys know this, dude. It's sportscaster Warner wolf he was arrested for allegedly removing assign with racist connotations. So he's longtime. Sportscaster Warner wolf has been arrested for allegedly taking down a sign that spelled out the words plantation at his gated community in Florida multiple outlets reported that this dude is eighty one years old found the name of his private community. It's called the classic plantation estate in Naples offensive and one of the words removed. So he went to like their little whatever council. He's like, let's get these words out of there. And of course, they're old Christians, and you try to get someone retiree in Florida to do something fucking truly him. Engage. He's eighty one years old. He's. We had a couple over imagine. And finally, he's just like take down that fuck and signed down, brother. I'm taking down that sign right now. What are they going do Ning arisen eighty one year old, man? I wonder what the struggle physically was for him to take off the sign. I mean, honestly, Jim in the middle of the Admiral removing the removing the sign they said, so please recall to the gated community December fifteenth after residents complained about the vandalized sign when they arrived at thirties. Found a damage sign. They found a damaged sign was in a water fountain. So I love it. The individual letters spelling out plantation appear to have been intentionally broken off of both sides of the sign wolf who is famous for the catchphrase. Let's go to the videotape also allegedly captured on surveillance footage sign off the communities front gate. I love this guy. And I love honestly this. This is me eighty one years old we used to we used to do bad things when we were kids taking signs and stuff. This is a good use. Absolutely. Your ability to just say fuck the law, and I was just like eighteen or the rules. You just at eighty. You're eighty one years old, right? You're out there. You know what you can do? You can still make the choice to say to yourself. Let's go fuck shit up tonight. Let's get a little let's let's have some fun. Let's turn up the volume tonight. So you figure he probably had. I don't know what you drink at eighty one. Probably like, maybe some Scott hope sales. I imagine. It's a sports sportscaster, Bob. Glenn live at twelve years is probably his cash Scotty. Yeah. He said twelve. Yeah. Thank clink clink standing out there looking out there looking at the plantation. About the plantation house. Don't even know if he was close to it. I think you lived on the estate. Oh, yes. So his thought about or maybe he's tooling around in a golf cart could be because that's what I would be anyone in his wife if he's married he she is heard about this plan for twenty years. To dig it down. I'm digging that sign she's like you see it every day. Seems like Michelle Carter woman. We're gonna talk and did the texts about the suicide. She did that to him. But she but in a positive way, right? Absolutely. So Warner Wolfe hero of the week. Good job, buddy. And there's no reason I understand I would not feel comfortable living in a plantation. I get where he's coming from. If there is the bad symbol. It's a beautiful looking house. They bad symbol of the past. And all of that needs to sort of be thrown onto it needs to be thrown into a phone be radically, and you just build a new nice house. Part bet part of town. You could save a chunk of that wall. If you want or is your grand pappy as old farm, I keep the house just call it. A villa Avila. Villa random ranch hone in style homes, really good alternative plantation. So we have got to wrap it up here. But next week we're going to do more of a deeper dive on Michelle Carter. I mean because you wanted us Scott. She just got convicted of fifteen months for. Convincing her boyfriend in highschool essentially to commit suicide. Yes. In news. This story is fucked. She's a very intense looking young woman she is in. So we'll talk about this just the concept. You've got fifteen months. They appealed a she was convicted last year they appealed and the appeal has been not that didn't they did not win. But her. One of those things where it's like people want shot in your arm of like just like wanna be upset or being raged Rory to these tax 'cause it's fucking brutal. And yeah, so we'll talk about that next week. Just like should she be sentenced is so over the top. This isn't just like you're an asshole, and they're like you caused that person to commit suicide. This is straight up the get back in the car. Go do it. Why you why haven't you done it yet? Right. You keep saying again gambling. Why why are you still alive? Oh, my great up because it's like keep thinking that you're going to do these things. But then you don't do them. Right. Like like, they are like it's about finally booking that vacation that they've been talking going, right? That kind of weird boyfriend girlfriend fight, but it's fucking not. Absolutely. So Email us at side stories L P O T L gmaiLcom with your thoughts on that. Because I am actually really that's that's a fun discussion. I think I think so because it's just slippery slope to because I don't want to be blamed for someone's death. Because don't tell them we commit suicide. Well, that's a good point. Hey, I love you. Don't. Hey, don't. Hey, don't. Hey, stop. That's another good thing. Do that. That's true too. Hey, hey, why don't we just do it in the? But oh my goodness. Well, I think that can get you a whole nother kind of Trump. Why not I don't because maybe that's not what they wanted to hear at that time. And then they do commit suicide next thing. You know, you're guilty of them committed suicide because you requested that they have intercourse with your Buttle. Well, I mean, it's just it's just a slippery slope. You're like you're saying it is a very difficult. It is. So let's not hash out the gover- station now because we have to talk about something next week. All right, everyone. Thank you, all so much relisted. First of all only make sure you're out there you live by the words, Mary unready things are under control going fast enough relays. You've got to get out there the volume this week. Yep. Yep. Make sure your neighbors know your home. That's a good idea this week. I don't know what that means. But smoking banks, Pat pots and pans around. And may come around they say, hey, please be quiet. You're like bil- bang mop of billions at demons are going to come and kill your family o- on them. You put right on them. Yeah. They didn't happy to hear it. Yeah. Absolutely. That makes all the sense in the world. That's right. That's not going to get you in trouble. All right. If it went live your life like you got one of them. I remember that. Because you do you only got one on one? You only want you to love your significant other of your alone. I'm sorry. That's fine. You'll find someone or just enjoy being alone. But you love that significant other like you could end up like the other dregs of the earth with no one. Well, also people like to be alone. Sure. It's good to be alone for I know, I agree with that. Sure. Yeah. But it's better to not be. It's it's hard to say it's hard to sick. It's hard to say and laugh laugh laugh laugh if you're ever feeling sad. It's a good thing to do. Just go. Yeah. But you can't do it in a funeral. He came back. And then it kind of sounds like a crime. That's good. Don't do it or funeral or don't do it in a court date because the judge will take offense to it in judges a very egomania, and they fucking don't let anything sly earns. Judges are intense. They got there on a power trip. Yeah. They are. All right, everyone. Thank you. For listening ale yourself, Satan Magoo's relations. He'll me. Thank you. Mary. Thank you. Mary. Oh, well, I'm sorry. Okay. 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Top 5 Tips to Help Kids Succeed in Sport Today | IMPACT Q&A Ep 35

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

30:54 min | 1 year ago

Top 5 Tips to Help Kids Succeed in Sport Today | IMPACT Q&A Ep 35

"Listen Sport is about failure. Sport is about learning how to win but more importantly how to persevere and overcome failure when you don't win when things don't go your away when you face him adversity and all of a sudden you get benched or the the coach chooses someone over your daughter or your son. Oh no what's going to happen. That's that's called light. You who yup back. That's right I hope you are feeling great. Sporting could right now I am super fired. The mind is right. The energy is flow. And and you're about to get him bartered with some wisdom baby baby who's fired up all pick it on up and get ready to rock and roll. Today's episode impact. You in a is going to be a fun one. Yes it's it's one of the common questions. I get one of the most frequent questions I get. It deals with parenting deals with coaching deals. With how do you help your kids be the best that they can possibly. We be when they're when they're when they're young athlete and as a father as a coach as a trainer I understand all aspects so so today. This is a cuny from Laurie. Sawyer yes old high school friend Brick New Jersey is in the house she now owns. It's clean cut fit nutrition back in New Jersey. Clean cut fit nutrition. And you can check her out at Laurie. Laurie Sawyer fitness at. Laurie's an at clean. Cut Fit Nutrition Middletown New Jersey so Laurie asked a question. Hey Todd what are your thoughts on. Today's Youth Sports Verse Youth Sports. That's when we grew up having three boys now being all in with them and running a business that folks MOMS ages thirty five to fifty. I see it all I. I see the hardcore crazies. I see the parents pushing kids over the limit. I see amazing balance. I see victory and heartbreak and travel sports and also love in recreation sports. It's high school combines rankings showcasing. These are very real. I see kids driving over an hour to a different high school. In hopes to be recruited there are also parents spending thousands upon thousands of dollars traveling all summer to these showcases to exposure. I would love to hear how you felt about the new youth sports versity versity old. And how you handle it with your kids great question Laurie Sawyer because when we were growing up back on the Jersey shore at Brick New Jersey. Yes it was a different time. And now I've got three kids out in San Diego Lucas Sixteen Brady's fourteen and McKenna is eleven so for all you parents out there that have young kids. Kids in high schooler. Kids who are in college or beyond you can certainly relate to this topic because I could probably spend hours talking about it but I'm not it's going to be rapid fire about then and about now and my true feelings about man. How do we deal with the craziness of all the sporting world today? Because I'm in the middle of it on all levels as a parent as a coach and as as a trainer. So I'm in in all regards first off you ask you about. Then what was it like then take a deep breath and I smile back then because boy. Oh boy did we play a lot. They don't remember just playing backyard after after school all the time time like I remember literally every single day in elementary school go into the backyard body woods and playing football in Ice Hockey and street hockey and baseball. You name it. We played it. We just played all the time and that doesn't happen nowadays also so back. Then kids played multiple sports. I mean I didn't play three sports. I think played five sports and then as I grew up into high school it was three sports foodball basketball and baseball and and now that's unheard of playing multiple sports and I am adamantly against that by the way of the specialization specializations at young ages. I'm GonNa talk about that today. I do not like the specialization of youth. Athletes at these young ages for multiple notable reasons which I'll talk about. And then you know what the big thing is now to recruiting. Now I'm I'm laughing because recruiting then then was so different than recruiting now when you were good back then in high school. And then there was no such thing as a middle school or a freshman get getting offered by Stanford Hanford back then and believe it or not it happens now. Some of these division one schools are offering. Kids preteens scholarships crazy Z.. Cray cray cray coaches. That's crazy I'm gonNA tell you right. Act Crazy back then recruiting men. It was like we had the sixteen millimeter. Ah Tape let's go to the videotape says Warner Wolfe. Now that's not Warren Wolf my high school at Warner Wolfe. I if any you back on the East Coast Remember Warner Wolf. Let's go to the videotape rolling. The tape man. We would watch film every Sunday night at coach Warren Wolves House and it was sixteen millimeter tape and sometimes that tape would actually split and up to spice it together which took time and then and then advanced a vhs tape can I get an amen anyone remember vhs vhs cassette tapes on that stuff because guess what that was. My High School highlight tape was my dad with his VHS camera up in the stands high up on the forty would take the tape and would make a highlight tape and those tapes would physically get sent in the mail maginness edginess sending a VHS cassette tape physically into the mail of the colleges who would like to recruit you now. Maybe that's a lot of maybe it's not but I know when I was growing up in high school I was getting recruited to play football at a lot of colleges that was a lot of mailing back then and and then the colleges lodges they'd Actually Send Recruiters all the time to see you in high school so several times a week in the fall and in the spring there'd be college recruiters orders going to the guidance counselor saying up. We got coats Susan from Bucknell. And we'd have you know buddy evens from Dartmouth and and so by the way. One of those coaches are still coaching by. I still remember a lot of the Coaches Naval Academy James Madison Rutgers. His Army Navy and then of course we mary wind up going They would be in the guidance room. And you go down there. You'd meet with them and they were sizing you up. They were Is You watch the other way. Those high heels man. 'cause you gotta go from six foot six to wear those those big less than you're in your shoes. Does anyone remember that. Ah Yes I'm laughing because it's bringing back fond memories of the old days nowadays. It's completely different Specialization at young ages for the kids in the C- in the coaches and again even at fitness question my gym their specialization for kids. Who are coming in for four-speed training? At a young age we started at about nine years old. But we got you know parents who want to start their kids at six years older they're coming out of the womb and they want to get there like limbs Liam is moving faster and work on the forty yard dash across time on that stuff but seriously as it gets as as kids get older. You got specialization. Coaches in. You know quarterbacks pitchers hitting shooting you name the movement there are coaches that are specific just for those movements and and as I travel there's clubs there's big fees these these are these clubs is astronomical and then recruiting recruiting recruiting. Today is completely different recruiting. Today there's something called Huddle Huddle now. If you're a high school athlete or you've you've been a high school athlete recently not huddle is and huddle is where you keep all of your game tape and all your highlight tapes and coaches from around the country could go onto your huddle tape and they could see your your game tapes. Or your highlight highlight tapes and and It's very simple because nowadays When you're interested in a school the teams don't always come and see you you have to recruit yourself to the school limited? Repeat if you're a high school athlete who wants to play sport in any sport. You now have to go onto onto the school where you're interested in attending you have to go fill out a questionnaire you thought the questionnaire which is very in depth and then you post your highlight tapes On that and you start a connection with the coach or the recruiting coordinator depending on the male or female sport and you then are going to start a relationship in your sophomore junior or maybe senior year to potentially go to school there. So that's how it works now. Much different far are different nowadays now. Do some college coaches go visit some recruits. Yes but they find them through. Typically the recruit now goes was to a camp they go to a combine. Go to a clinic or they use a recruiting service and now all of a sudden that kid or that athlete athlete is now involved with that school much different than years ago. Also nowadays. The technology is so far beyond what it was as I look at Luke and look at Brady especially Luke right now. He's a junior quarterback also plays Lacrosse but look at the technology and the film that we watch latch. We can watch you know five or six different games in a matter of forty minutes pull all the all the different analytics and reports of what when winter earth throwing what down in distance are is the defense were opposing. What are they doing? What are their tendencies run reports ourselves for any any different tendencies? That were showing doing and also on the sideline of any game. You see the quarterbacks at any level including the pros go to silent and look at this little tablet. They're called echoes. The ECHO tablet is when you look at the previous series right away the immediate feedback that a player or an athlete can get is instantaneous. So you could see what we're running or a warning against or what we need to do based on the defense far different. So how does all that relate to today and to answer lords question about then and now much different aren't much different. I'm gonNA offer five different things for parents coaches athletes and trainers as well on on how you can help kids today and even parents you know in the pressure to be the best number one. We've lost the emphasis this on the process and now so often it's about the product which ultimately does what we don't want to do to the kids. We heard him. We put pressure on the kids because the process. It's about the end result. It's how many yards you throw for. How how many stats did you get rolling up the stats? And what's your highlight tape. Look look like and longer about the process. And and and all of the things that bring about joy and falling in love with the actual process of the preparation. And and what happens is the kid ends up resenting the process because the product isn't typically the way it wants because mom or dad. Yes possible you who listening or her coach puts way too much pressure on the kid. And it's backfiring. Why because we're not focusing on the process? which if the if we reverse psychology and go the other way invoked in the process then the end result is gonNA take care of itself and the kids going to end up where they're supposed to end up but we're ending up putting too much pressure on the kids and they end up hating the sport and quitting or they just don't enjoy or the pressure's too much and they get too much anxiety Zayed's or they don't like it and they quit because of the pressure they feel from mom or dad or even from the coach we've gotta get back to emphasizing the process? Kids listening in today. Remember this. It's about the process at the time you put in the weight room. The time that you're watching tape the study the preparation all all of these are going to help you in your preparation for success on the Gridiron on the pitch on the on the die in the diamond in the pool on the court. Whatever you do whatever? Sport is and more importantly the characteristics you're learning about the process are going to transcend some day. When you're in the boardroom when you're working for a company and what it takes to grind and to have that grit of what it's GonNa take to be successful and to to make the kind of money that you WanNa make or to have the success that you WanNa make? It's it's about the work ethic that you bring to the table every day because if we just focus on hey how much money am I making. How much money making? Oh my God don't have enough money. Guess what you're you're you're focusing on the end product and the end product is the result of the hard work and the grit determination the discipline the sacrifice the things about the process focus on the process that is numero uno number two parents parents. Listen I'm talking to you or not mate eight or maybe not you. But some of your comrades on the sidelines are often but problems. Know what I mean by that Every parent including myself including my wife. Melanie wants the best for their kids. They don't want their kids to fail. That's a problem. That's a problem Listen Sport is about failure. Sport is about learning how to win but more importantly how to persevere and overcome failure when you don't win when things don't go your way when you face adversity and all of a sudden you get benched or they. The coach chooses someone over your daughter or your son. Oh no what's going to happen happened. That's called life that's called Sometimes you have to deal with a little bit. versity and parents sometimes overprotect their kids with it's ends up ultimately hurting their child. Listen as a father. We don't love to see our kids fail but listen every every setback. Every time I kid has failed. I'm okay with the fact if he fails or she fails and how they respond to that. Hey earlier this football ball season. Luke threw an interception and it was return for a touchdown. Oh my gosh. I'm sure that publicly. Yes because last I checked every. NFL NFL quarterback threw a six. And that's what I'd say on the sideline is hey luke. What happened is not how what happens when you throw a pick six this next drive? You've is everything. And the fact that Luke came out after that pick six and the next drive drove the team down through a thirty five yard touchdown that to me me is more important than oh my gosh. Let's not throw the ball anymore. Let's get so protective to protect that we might make steak. No the message to our kids is go out and make mistakes take risk and fail more. It's okay get your booty up dust yourself off. Don't feel feel sorry for yourself. If you make a mistake you make an error or if you cost your team a game. I cost my team a game once when I was in high school. I missed the extra point that will after wrote driving the team down US brands down to win the game. Through a touchdown I missed the extra point which would've tied us up which ultimately hurt the team. It killed me. It also drove robe all off season. The train like never trained before so that following year that senior year I came back like a madman because of that you gotTa Dutch yourself off. If you just got injured did you got hurt. You had a setback. Something happened coach. Doesn't doesn't see the talent and yet he has no the gifts in you yet boys and girls listening in make sure. Oh you know that you continue to fight like mad parents lift up more lift up more and as a as a as my good friend As my good friend and mentor and Client Passer David. Jeremiah has told me many times before a coach and as a parent. You got a dial up your affirmations your motivations to your kids but you gotTa dial down anything that you're not happy with dial it down if if you don't want to find the the fault in wrong why Johnny or Mary didn't execute the soccer penalty kick and they lost the game winning game winning kick or threw an interception or made a mistake. Listen they know they made a mistake. The kids know that parents we need the Dow up the affirmation. When you dial up the positivity causative and dial down the negativity dial down the pessimism? Dial that down kids are smart. They know when they didn't do well they don't need parents. That didn't do well. So we gotta loosen up parents and make sure we support we embrace and we love. That's an important aspect so parents don't be the problem kids. Can I get an amen on a also on that. It's important to realize that you continue to persevere at all costs number. Three kids nowadays must recruit themselves that they want to go to school. Oh I talked about this earlier on but kids if you're in high school or even if you're middle school and you WanNa you WanNa go to college some day play. Sports number one is grades. You GotTa have the grades gotTa have the academics and if you can earn even a three point six three point six. GPA THAT'S GONNA help hope you get into some good schools and potentially get academic money. You don't always have to have an athletic. Scholarship and athletic scholarships hard to come by. And it's great to dream and and desire that but if you've got three point six doors will open wide if you can get that three point six and you do well in school school and you do well in your sport so desire great grades and desire to be a great teammate and the rest is going to take care of itself if you continue Tinu to work hard on that so focus on that and if you WanNa play in college someday fantastic. Continue to work hard but continue to once again. Enjoy -joy the process number four his. Who are the great coaches in your area? And why are they the great coaches in your area area. who were the great coaches? I'm even talking to your youth soccer in recreation soccer. 'cause last roamed the sidelines. There's a lot of quote coach's slash volunteer parents who are yelling and screaming at the little eight year old. WHO's clumping up? And Berating the kid or or his son or daughter or or her daughter or son and the kid is out there in tears feeling like garbage because doing a great job. Parents parents coaches. We must step up our game and empower the spirit inside of our kids. My good friend. Andrew Simpson one of the leading coaches in youth sports. Today he's got a new book coming out. It's called the truth. The Truth and all truth is about is how many times it's coaches and parents at the youth level who are killing our kids confidence and and and it's ultimately hurting our kids ability to blossom as human beings as as positive role models. So once again. We're hurting our kids and we want to help them. We need more positivist. Let's not focus and finding what's wrong with performance folks on right. And how can you be a better coach. How can you better coach in positively versus coaching in fear? If you don't do this job you're GONNA get benched. Oh well that's real smart smart. No it's not coach. Fear don't use negative reinforcement to motivate your kid because it's not going to work kids need affirmation affirmation. They need coaching. Coaching means giving very specific corrective instructive feedback. Let me repeat kids and athletes of all all ages levels. N Sizes need specific corrective and instructive feedback. So you don't have to look far on the coaches as you see on the screen on TV whether it's a at college football Dabo Sweeney or in college basketball. The women's level like a Muffin McGraw at Notre Dame Man. You could look down the youth level and heck I even look at someone like my coaches right here at ten look at the cure using berries in debt. Jesse Dietrich's I I look at the Leslie Trujillo's in the Meghan Ritchie's of the world and like you know what there's a lot of great youth coaches out there. You got to study them. You gotta read them and and Parents Lawrence I implore you. I implore you to if you're going to volunteer coach round of applause. Clap fantastic great. But it's all about that experience. Is that you offer to the kids. And really emphasizing and focusing on the positivity lastly number five number five when it comes to use sports Hey Kiddos I'm talking to you what are you love. What are you love to do and why do you love it? What do you love to do? I want you to search this out and I want you to tell your mom and your dad what you love to do and why you love soccer why you love football or why you love the cross or water polo or or or dance. It doesn't have to be sport. Whatever that activity is that you love to do? What is it that you love to do and do more of what what you love to do? And stay away from the naysayers. The people who were rob you of that in their coaches who are knocking you down and taking away your self esteem. mm-hmm never let 'em another man or woman make you feel inadequate. Never let another man or woman or coach. Make you feel inadequate adequate. So when you think about that what's it going to be because sport or drama or acting. Whatever you're involved with whatever your activity is vis vis builds up your self esteem and when I look at sport as an athlete myself it builds up all of the things like hard work and and overcoming adversity versity in how to be a leader? And how how also be a follower and how to lose and how to win. What is your body language? Say because your language speaks volumes. How do you control your emotions? And because it's so important in sport activities. How do you set big lofty goals? But have the miniscule micro focus to do what you need to do. How do you work your tail off to have the grit and determination to be the best that you can possibly be? How do you win and lose with class? How do you lose win with dignity How do you a sacrifice? How do you overcome because after all team stands for together everyone achieves more and whether you play for a big team or you're an individual sport you learn what your strengths and weaknesses? Are you learn what you have to do but most importantly learn about yourself so that when some day when you move on from from sport whether it be high school whether it be if you have the ability and you may be at some time in college or maybe some that you get to go beyond Collagen you have the opportunity to maybe play at a higher level at an Olympic level or professional level. Realize this that sport is still only going to represent represent probably ten to twenty percent of your overall life it does not define you. It gives you characteristics that will we'll build you and if you overcome some adversity and you have some negative coaches like. I have not all the coach I've ever played for. have been the most positive coaches and I learned how I don't want to be a coach. Sometimes from some of those coaches as well. So thank you some of those coaches who weren't always great because I learned how I don't want to coach so now when I'm coaching my kids or other our kids what I can emphasize focus because again only ten to twenty percent of your overall light is probably going to be from that Athletic World or that Drama Rama world or that band world but used these lessons so I thank you Laurie Sawyer for that question because man in just a little over twenty minutes I could he could have been two hours. I gave you twenty minutes of of where I'm at of what it was like. Then what it's like now and I encourage you. If you have more questions wants to reach out to me because listen. I am a trainer. I am a coach. I am a parent. I've got all angles and when someone comes in here to train at Venice Quest West ten who wants to be a pro athlete in twelve years old I want them to focus on having fun and learning what it takes to be successful and all those things but also want to make sure they enjoy that process assistant dream big but the realize is you do great in school. You GotTa do the little things that it takes but don't get so caught up in where you're going to be in five or ten years from now that you lose the joy in the happiness of what's going on right in front of your face every time you show but a tournament on that and if you desire to go beyond that fantastic continue to draw draw on that but never lose sight of of the opportunities and the blessings. You have to participate in Youth Sports Middle School High School College or beyond so there you have it my friends great question. Laura sure her keep the questions coming impact. QNA is from you. If you go to Toddrick DOT COM slash podcast. You can just fire away your questions and I'll take your questions. And throughout our Thursdays we'll keep them rapid fire and have some fun and as always if you know a parent who needs to hear this message. Please share it with them or maybe a coach. Perhaps a coach need to hear this message. Please share this on your social media or share via email to your your team emails. Because I I know when coach sends out an email. y'All get them on your phone. You're scrolling what. The coach has to say immediately of whether practices on or off so coaches. Thank you for what you do coaches trainers. Thank you for what you do. I know that you make an impact and no we want nothing but the best for our kids just remember that everyone is fragile feelings and emotions and if we can dial up the affirmation and dial down some of the negativities sometimes. It's really going to help a kid and be a coach. Don't be a yeller and a screamer just to be out there and yelling and screaming coach coach. Give them feedback. Don't just yell and scream coach. Your tail off. Are you getting them better. Her sixty percent constructive instructive feedback sixty percent constructive constructive feedback forty percent general. Praise if I was to go out and look in charge you am. I hearing this specific feedback whether or watching taper watching practice or a game. Are You coaching your kid on how to perform perform better and parents remember ultimately your number one responsibilities it'd be a great parent and to love your kid unconditionally. Not to break them they. I don't WANNA do wrong. They don't want to make mistakes and let me tell you what they make mistakes and they feel horrible and they hate going in the car knowing that you're going to rip them up and down because of the mistake they made or the lack of hustle. They're picking the dandelions out in left field because they're in T.. Ball and you wanted them to hit the first home run all of these things for real I get it. I've been there but I want you to know that as a parent nothing's more important than mom hat and dad hat. We gotTA love our kid. Who's we only got one or two or three of we're having kids you have? We gotTa Love Him and the end of the day kids athletes. Just keep working hard. Know that everything that you do matters and when you find and a great coach as a mentor for life use those lessons for life and when you find a coach that maybe you don't love as much maybe you can learn some lessons from them as well so the someday if you ever go into coaching those are all things that you're putting in your toolbox. They if you go into coaching you can impact young boys and girls and young men and women just like you someday because coaching a great and noble profession and the world needs more great coaches on all levels in business in leadership and in sport. Thanks so much thanks for listening. Today's episode and Remember Train Heart Right and live in spire have half fun guys. 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