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A highlight from #424 No Monkey wrench in the engine. Today you will enjoy a smooth ride. Rich created the one and only way to make clean energy that works all the time, its free and has no exhaust except an occasional back fire here and there. RICH IS A GENIUS! Matt is a Head case and he knows it. $ 3000 can be a great investment for not making you smarter. Episode #424 August 25th. 2023
"And Divine is, as always, Small Saturday is on a Friday, we are beyond our lunchtime which turns Friday into Small Saturday, August 25th, and this episode is 4 .24 from This Mic Rich! And from This Mic Matt. Wow, yeah, that was good. Yeah, I liked that. Well I decided to concentrate this time and not be spacing out. Well that was a good idea because a lot of times, you know, I don't even know you here, sometimes you're sleeping. Well, that's true, but then there's other times that I might just throw you off and I just didn't feel like doing that today. Not today? No, you know, you're usually very professional when you start out and you have all the essentials and you know, things ready to go and then I start throwing monkey wrenches into the engine and it could start setting you off, so I decided I might just try to behave today. Yeah, you know what, by the way, listen up, this is something you need to know, okay? You can't believe everything you hear. Yeah, that's true, just like you can't believe what I just said. But let me just say it again, you can believe everything you hear. You can't believe it? No, no, but you can repeat it. Yeah, that's true. Like what you just did. Yeah, exactly what I did. You're playing mind games with me. No, I don't, I don't have to, you have, yesterday. You know, you keep playing these games. Well, two days ago you said you have army of brain cells gone. Yeah, what I think you're doing is trying to push me into having to lay down on a couch and get some counseling. Well, I don't think that would help. I'm starting to feel like with all these little innuendos and little things that you're saying is that you're trying to tell everybody that I'm a head case. Well, everybody knows by now that you are, so I don't have to do much of work. I mean, that's pretty clear. All right. By now, everybody knows that. All right, I'm fine with it. You've been working on it a very long time, you know, to be very clear that you are head case. Yeah, that's it. That doesn't take you too much work. I asked somebody one time, I said, you know, how much did you pay to get that stoop? He looked at me like, and he played along with it, he goes, about $30 ,000. 30? $3 ,000. Why? What did you pay for? I don't know, nothing. He just picked a number out of his you know what. So now every time I see him sometimes just joking around like we do, I ask him, yeah, how much you pay? He goes, about $3 ,000. Well, nice. Well, I mean, if somebody asked you that - It's kind of cheap for today. Yeah. I wonder what it'd be inflation wise. It's good investment. 30 ,000. Anyway. I mean, I kind of like it when I can look stupid and be stupid because - Yeah, no responsibility. Not just that, it's just nobody wants anything from you then. Oh, yeah. You're taking me along. Hey, he's stupid. Yeah, it works for me. It works for everything. That's good. I've been doing this for years. Yeah, you're an expert. My grandfather always told me, hey, listen, if your wife, if you're married and your wife asks you to vacuum the carpet, you need to play stupid. Yeah, really? How do you do that? He never explained that, but he says, if you don't, you're going to be vacuuming the rest of your life. He was so right. Yeah, I mean, you guys had electricity behind the Iron Curtain, didn't you? Oh, well, sometime. Well, you probably could have used the excuse of just walk around with the cord in his head pretending like he doesn't know where to plug it in. I think what they had, they had a central station somewhere where they put all these people that protested against the communists in jail and they were on the bicycles. Bicycles where else? Where else? Already echoed it. Four days ago. Oh, my gosh. And so if they just got tired and tuckered out, electricity no more, everybody's off their bicycle. So when they say here in the United States, they say, hey, we need to save the energy, solar and all this, and I go like, huh, just put the bicycles in the jail, you got so many skinny people. Oh, yeah. Yeah, right. That's good. Nobody thought about that yet. Keep them occupied. I think there's like just in the state of California that one state has 33 prisons. It's better than Windmill. I think it's anywhere between at any given time 120 ,000 to 160 ,000 inmates. I mean, how many bikes you get every one of them a bicycle? I would just like, listen, it's better than Windmill. Yeah. It works all the time. Yeah, it works all the time. Three shifts, right? And then just like, hey, Mary just turned on the oven, let's go, boys. She's baking cookies for police department. Don't let her disappointed. And it's kind of a way for them to give back to society, restitution. Yeah. Hey, you only got about 50 million more cycles to do. Imagine. Have a meter up there. How many watts did they create that give each prisoner a certain amount of money for every watt they create? It would be a problem if Mary was the lady put you in jail and you paddle a little faster to burn the cookies. I remember you. Or get aggression out instead of actually, you know, creating another crime and doing something horrible to Mary. You take it out on the bicycle and create more energy. Yeah. What is the company that, you know, they have this TV in front of that and it's like a stationary bag and you, they sell them, it's like $3 ,000 and membership and all this. That's a better thing. Look at you. You were far away from bicycle. I don't think they made bicycle for this weight limits. I think it would have been a better $3 ,000 to be spent on that bicycle than paid $3 ,000 to get stupid. Yeah, exactly. I have a friend and he proved to be stupid for $3 ,000 because he bought one. Yeah. He bought one for his wife. What was he trying to tell his wife? No. You need to, you need this thing. No, she wanted it. Oh yeah. She asked him. I thought he might've been saying, Hey, you need this cause I think you're getting a little fat. It's not a way to kind of send a message, but she wanted it, she wanted it for Christmas. It's this bicycle. I forget the name of it. Somebody would have figured it out later. And they sell it in the water side shop. They used to have this store there and, uh, uh, she, she Peloton is called Peloton. Oh yeah. You don't know. How would you know? So they had this store and you know, you pay membership and again, I give a paddle with people and the screen and you know, it's like a, almost like I think it was like a video game. You playing with other people. Yeah. And there's a person, you know, that looks like a real person, but it's recorded. And um, so she asked him to buy the bike right for Christmas. He was like, now I was doing the Fauci virus. Everything was shut down. Well, I'm home. I need to be moving on those. And he was like, now she told me big before the Christmas when I was supposed to get that right. So we ordered that and um, we were sitting here and he said, well, it's going to come within a month or whatever. So after Christmas and I said, I gave her two weeks and then like six months later, I forgot. He came here and he looked at me and says, it's, it's in the, uh, it's in the storage. I said, what is it? Well, that $3 ,000 bike. I said, why are you moving? No, it was not even two weeks. It was less than two weeks. She shoved it underneath of the bed, so I put it in the storage. You should have told them to put it in a garage sale. So then something happened. There was a recall or something like, uh, some, whatever it was, something wrong in the bike. So he read that somewhere in the newspaper that Peloton is offering a exchange or return the money. He immediately returned the money. That thing was out of the storage and back into the store and he got his money back. So he was stupid for $3 ,000 just for a little bit. Yeah. Not very long. And then he came back to his senses and took it back and got his $3 ,000 back. There you go. Let's go to officials. Why don't you go to officials? But we created now the perfect example, how to occupy people in jail. Maybe they can get a little money out of it. I mean, or at least pay restitution for all their bills. The court case, you know how much it costs to run court victims, you know, get repay victims for, I don't know anything about that, but I'm just saying instead of solo systems and all this, we can have, you know, them doing something, but you're, you're smart. It's killing two birds. Yeah, you are. It's killing two birds of one stone. You're genius. Thank you. And they're, they're, you're a genius and they're getting exercise. They're providing energy, a cheap source of energy that's not, you know, ruining the ozone layer. Unless they're farting. And then they can take whatever monies they're making from the kilowatts and whatever they pay an inmate when, you know, like in their industries and work and they could pay the people back. If somebody steals my idea, I'll sue them. We just said it here. Yeah. Right. Okay. It's recorded. Right. There's a timestamp. And I think it'd be good. It's just telling that you got the idea from, from, from your grandfather and living behind the iron curse. Yes, exactly. So, so it's 11 PM on 25th of what is it? Small Saturday. Friday. Yeah. Of August. Now that's the timestamp right here. If somebody dared to steal my idea, we'd have consultation. Right. What are we going to do to them? Just let it go. Do you get some shank? Yeah, don't shank them. Somebody will shank them. Right. Yeah. That's it. We don't know yet who. Yeah. You never know. Or they might, you know, you never know. Something, something that happened. Yeah. God will send somebody with sandpaper as a toilet paper or whatever. 50 grade. We are 50 grade. Instead of 220. Essentials of officials. Julian Bruce Traquita, Apache Music. Thank you for all the tunes. Divine Spa, official sponsor. Still, what, six days to go. Wellness Month. Booger massage in our spas. Couples massage. If there's rain or some, you know, just want to relax, do something for yourself. August is the Wellness Month. So, use it. Don't abuse it. Beachesos .com. That's the website that you need to know because weekend's coming. Whatever you need, we'll bring it to you from our website. 250 items. We do it quickly with style. With our mini truck and lights. Oh, yeah. Yeah, with a big red cut. What's the weather? Well, you know, the weather is, again, it's going to be 93, they say, today. And it's going to be a low of about 76, I believe I read. And it's clear as a bell all day today. Is it? Yeah. I like that. Very little clouds. Well, there's something coming, right? Yeah. I see there's X's on the maps. I don't know what that's supposed to mean. Well, we don't want to, yeah, I guess there's some tropical storms out in the Atlantic. Yeah? Yeah. That's X's. But once we, yeah, X's and O's. Oh, you know what? We're going to talk about X's and O's today. What have you been doing 452 on Thursday? That was yesterday afternoon. Have you been around airports sometime? Why? Because yesterday wasn't Tuesday. What's wrong with you? Thursday. Oh. That was yesterday. You said Tuesday, I think. No, I said Thursday. I know what I'm saying. I know what we'll do is we'll just listen to this. We're going to end up listening to this. All right. So what have you been doing? I've been... Nothing. Nothing. Okay. So just so you know, you missed the tornado. Oh, really? Was that up in Cape Coral? No, at the airport road. Oh, wow. One roof and nine cars. That's it. Oh, you know what? That's crazy. And you didn't report it as a weatherman. You didn't even say it. I did tell... Listen to me. Yes? When I gave the weather report for Thursday, I told you that it was going to storm... Let me see if I could be a sage. Oh, yeah. You said that. I said that it was going to have rain very bad at between five and six. Yes. You said that. I apologize. Yeah. You need to. Sincerely, categorically. Right. Sincerely, categorically, I apologize. Thank you. And I could... You know, I could probably... But it says five. This was 452. Okay. So I was... I take my apologies back. All right. You were wrong. You're an Indian giver. I heard it the other day. Yeah. All right. So University Hodge is closing in four miles. Did you know that? I did not know that. Yeah. So they're going to cease to exist. Operations are over. I don't know what happened, but that's the news. You can Google it and you can find out more about Hodge University. You wonder with everything consolidating and with the Fauci virus and all these types of things, how many of these institutions are going to be closed anyway just with technology? Everything is done by the computer. Well... I mean, why do you need the commercial space? You don't have students coming to the classroom, which I think is not the greatest thing. You know, you don't have that human interaction. It's important. So I mean, the social... I mean, we're social human beings. You know, like what I would do... Like monkeys? Yeah. If you don't show up here, what would I do? You tell me. I don't know. Well, I can tell you. Right. I'll be alone. Well, you'd be alone, but you wouldn't be... You wouldn't be doing nothing. Well, what I just found out is we cannot longer provide the quality educational program that we have provided over the past 33 years. And what was that? That's what the statement says in the university. That's what I'm saying. According to the university faculty, advisors are working to establish partnership and trying to reopen. But I don't... I mean, maybe the problem is also additional to that. You know... That's just financial challenges. But declining also number of the teachers. I mean, seriously, it's expensive for people to live here. Yeah. Yeah, it is. And not on a teacher's salary, but also just the total cost for education. Would it cost somebody to go into debt to... Yeah. You know, so in order to keep the institution going and paying your professors and all that, you need people to be signing up for classes and paying tuition. Yeah. Maybe it's just the whole kit and caboodle that's the problem. Maybe we have to start thinking as a society, you know, what's a better, more efficient, cheaper way to educate people? Does that make sense to you? I mean, listen, I've been asking a long time, what I mean, the education is one thing, but you know, what are you learning in the school? It's a lot of times, you know, some of the things are very old school books and you're learning something like which you're never going to use. So, I mean, that whole thing needs to be restructured. Yeah, I would think it needs to be more restructured. Remember when we were talking yesterday about the trades, right? Let me just give you a little bit of philosophy from my perspective. I like your philosophies. So what you have is that we kind of have this like cookie cutter thing. It actually comes from a Prussian educational system, believe it or not, out of Germany. And it kind of made its way here into the United States and we kind of made it like a factory type of industrial factory deal where everybody goes through the same thing and they get their little stamp of approval in this paper. You know, everybody, let me ask you this. You think everybody's called to be a doctor? No. Do you think everybody's called to be a pharmacist? No. Everybody called to be a lawyer? I think everybody would like to be. Well, especially you. Does everybody have the same intellect? Is everybody's IQ the same? Well, in this room I can tell no.
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"And so, you know, when we think about a liar, a lot of bells maybe go off in our head, right? Somebody who fabricates a fabulous, a fibber, a prevaricator, a storyteller. OK, right? It's a person who tells lies. OK, so why don't we look up this word? Because I know this is a little confusing. John, what is a lie? What's a lie? OK, so. Liar lies is basically something that is untrue, OK? And so you're not telling the truth. And when we think about this. A position or a situation where you're actually presenting another point than what the point should actually be. Lies are something that some people say it's OK to tell a white lie. We'll get into that a little bit later. But what I want you to understand is that people lie for a couple of reasons. One. Oh, I guess they're trying to save face because they did something that they they they don't want to admit that they didn't do. They lie because they want to get accepted. They lie for affection. They lie for appreciation, approval, attention. OK, these are just some of the reasons people lie. People lie basically for protection, personal gain. And those little white lies. So we have like three types. Right now. When we think about a lie, OK, the first thing that comes to mind is. Why is the person lying? Usually the person is lying because they're trying to impress upon you something. Maybe they park outside this building and it's a very lavish building, but they don't live in such a nice building or a home. And when somebody asked you live here and you say yes, kind of lied, you have lied. We lie to others, partners, spouses, because maybe when we lie, we feel that we're not going to get in trouble. You know, they're going to be happy with us. They're going to trust us. So lying will appear to build trust for the moment, but then it will be. Like this major tower, this bill, and it will become to a point where it crashes down. You see, the line may help you for a day, a week, a month, maybe no longer. But pretty soon. That lie you told, you need to tell another lie. To keep that lie, and then that lie has another lie, and then that lie has another lie. So here's the real big problem with lying, is it becomes a bookkeeper's nightmare. Because maybe you said something like, oh, where did you go last night? Oh, I was home. Okay, you were home. Now, a little bit later, somebody else comes over and asks you, oh, yeah, how was the game last night? Oh, I really didn't see it. I was actually at the bar. And then the person that you told a lie to walks in and says, what do you mean you were at the bar? You said you were home. I was. I went to the bar because I had to pick up something because we were out and then I came back home. So you like covered yourself on that, right? But sometimes it's not that easy. And people become what I call professional liars. Yeah, is that a word? Yes, it is. Professional liars. What the heck is a professional liar? Well, how do I put this nicely? It's someone who's able to make up a story and tell it in such a very creative way. To just add these false details to make listeners believe it's true and they get financial or monetary gain from that. Professional liars are really good because they do this pretty much for a living. They know how and when to lie. They won't lie in certain situations, but the professional liar knows how to lie and they lie big time. They also know when they can't lie. Usually a professional liar doesn't lie about their home life. They lie about things they're doing in their business or they lie about products or services. For example, maybe they're a salesperson and they're telling you that this is a great car. And he really knows that the car is not good. Maybe it's a lemon or maybe it's a brand new car and he tells you that it's going to be the best deal. But actually, his boss just told him that they're going to have a sale next week. Is that really lying? Well, the thing of it is this. If somebody asks you, is there going to be a sale and you don't know, that's fine. But now if you do know, you could say something like, oh, Jim, to be honest with you, there's going to be a sale coming up. I just am not allowed to tell you when. You see, now you stated that you can't share it. But you told why, as opposed to, I have no idea when there's going to be a sale. All I know is this is the price today. Do you want it? I only have one left. And salespeople do that a lot. They say, well, I only have one left or if you don't buy it today, the price is going to go up. Now, in truth of reality, if the price is really going to go up, no problem. If the person's been belaboring you and belaboring you and you use that as a sales tactic to get them to close, are you professionally lying? The price could go up tomorrow. It should go up. I don't know if it will. Now you come back to them and say the price has gone up. You made the price go up. If you say, look, if we don't have you here tomorrow, I know I can't hold this price anymore. You're not lying. You're telling them the truth. Why is it then that people have found lying to be like this comfort? Well, I think it kind of brings them into a certain state. A professional liar is a great storyteller. If a professional liar is caught in the act, they rarely have an alibi to back up their story. And at that time, they usually bail and they move on. These are the kind of people that if they live next door to you and somebody found them out and who they were, they would sell their home and move somewhere else because that would be their whole reputation. I know that sounds crazy, but it's the truth. Some politicians lie. So a professional liar shares tales. They basically say that they've received an interesting degree. It's called the BS degree. And people get so amazed. I'm going to give you an example. There was a YouTube video on that was not too long ago, maybe about six months or a year ago. And what they stayed in the video was that you can actually get this device to provide power to the light bulb. They used like a regular, let's say a light bulb, like 120 volt light bulb. It was 100 watts or so. And they had a little socket and they had it screwed in and then they had this little tiny magnet. And they were saying that you can save an electric by just using this little tiny magnet to light that bulb. So they started to spin the thing around and suppose the generator was going to actually cause this power, right? It was a little tiny generator. And as they started doing it, it started to come on and light up. But what you didn't know was that on the other side of the board, there was actually a wire going to something with a plug and a switch on the floor. So that when he started to move those things with his fingers, he just pushed that pedal down slowly. So it started to light and he pushed the light down and it lit up. That's a liar. And they had this video on being an engineer. I'm like, how are they lighting this bulb? This makes no sense. There's no proof that this can work. And so I was watching and watching because I was curious to know how are they doing this? This defies everything I've learned in school. And finally at the end, somebody busts them and said, this is just a gimmick. But he got so many views. Why is it that our public gets involved with something when they hear it's a lie? Or why do lies captivate people? I think it's because it creates an experience that no one's ever done. But when they learn that it's a lie, they're not too happy and then they don't follow anymore. There was a video on Facebook not too long ago. And it was this cake. Now I've baked cakes before. And this was an amazing cake. And what they were going to do, it was like, I don't know, maybe a six-layer cake or something like that. Or eight layers. And they had this funnel, they had the top, kind of like this little cone. And they just started filling this up with different things and different levels, like six, seven, eight layers. And they had like beads, like edible beads and stuff. So we're watching this thing. And they put this all up and said, oh, this is great. He says, let me tell you what's going to happen. So when I pull this out, all the cake, it's going to evenly glaze all the layers. Just like the red's going to go to the bottom. The yellow's going to go here. I'm like, oh, this is pretty neat. And you're watching this for like 10 minutes. He's like, oh, this is definitely going to happen. It's definitely going to happen. Okay, let me just, now this is how you pull it up. And finally, he's talking so much that he never ever does it. And the whole video keeps going and going. And he keeps talking. And he never gets to the point where it actually shows you that he does anything. Just that he's about to lift it. So that's somebody that's earning their reputation by lying. I believe the reason they're getting popular is because of what people think is going to happen. They think. But then, you know, you can only fool somebody so many times. And when they find out the truth, right? And you probably heard your friends say this before. You know, when I learn the truth, and if there is something different, there's going to be consequences. Or if I find out that this isn't the correct way, some heads are going to roll. I think people lie professionally when maybe they're living a double life. They're lying because they're trying to keep up an image. They're lying because the personality of who they are is not what they are. Huh. That's interesting. But how do you deal with a liar on a daily basis? Well, it's kind of like dealing with a difficult person or a difficult behavior. People lie because they need to protect themselves, an image, right? They also lie sometimes because they lie on autopilot. They don't even know they're lying. Their loved ones come and say, Jimmy, what are you doing? That's not true. Oh, yeah, you're right. I totally forgot. You're lying. Yeah, I just do that. And that's terrible. If somebody lies on a repetitive basis, how do you as a person know when to trust that person or not? You can't. You don't know if what they're telling you is the truth. You don't know if they'd go behind your back and proverbially stab you. And you're saying, oh, John, that'll never happen. He's my best friend. Okay, then if he's your best friend, why is he lying to you about things that are really not great for you, that put money in his pocket? We know smoking for many, many years. They lied to us. I never smoked, never will. I had one of my relatives, actually my grandfather, he actually was smoking quite a bit before I was born, and he gave up smoking about two years before I was born, but it was too late. By the time I got to, I think it was the end of second grade, going into third grade roughly, and it was Thanksgiving, and I still remember to this day that I wasn't allowed to go see him upstairs in the hospital, and he gave me a little trinket, which is from a cupcake. He loved chocolate just as much as I do. And he gave me that little trinket, which was a little turkey. And when I said to my grandmother, I'd like to go see grandpa, and she's like, oh, I don't think that's, you know, that's probably a good idea. And then they come down with this trinket, because I had asked her before she went up, and I said, well, can I go see grandpa to say thank you? He's like, oh, John, I'm sorry. He left. I said, okay, well, when's he coming back? And they were using all kinds of different things. Like, you know, he went to a farm, and I was like, all right, well, we'll just wait. I'm sure the farm's not going to be open that long. And again, I'm in third or fourth grade and not quite getting all this. And then I realized what they told me, that he left the world. He left the world. But the reason I bring this up is that the people that make cigarettes, even the vapes and stuff like that, they lie to people every day because it's putting money in their pocket. There's a lot of people in our world that will tell you one thing even if that one thing's not good for you. If it's putting money in their pocket, or it's giving them an upper hand. Now, that sounds crazy. But if you know of a liar, let's kind of wrap up here because I want to cover a lot more in the next few days. If you know a liar, okay, or suspect a liar, can you just approach them and say, hey, stop lying? No, they're going to be all accusatory, and they're going to attack you when you do that. Don't do that. If you suspect somebody is lying, you can play the good guy guard. Say, look, Mike, I appreciate you taking time with me and that you're taking the time to tell me the truth. I know a lot of guys wouldn't have the courage to tell me. And one of two things is going to happen. He's either going to tell you the truth, or he'll say, yeah, I got to go. Because he knows that he can't say face around you. If someone's lying to you, let's say, at work, what do you do? Well, it's not a thing about telling people. What are there? It's not a tattletale game. But when somebody lies, I think the biggest thing that I always tell people when I have a new project group that I'm working with, say, hey, everyone, it is such a pleasure to be with all you and meet all these great other talents, which I know are going to be amazing. And I know this year that we're going to work really well together. And that's why I know we're always going to be truthful. Now, it may hurt the other person's feelings, but I think it's more important that we're truthful and that we're tough skinned and that we work together and know that whatever is being said isn't personal. It's just to make our project better and to help us become better versions of ourselves. So what happens then if I get somebody that's lying? Like I assign a project and the next day, I'll say, did you work on the project? And if they said, no, fine. If they said, why not? I said, yes. Oh, okay, great. Why don't you bring in and show it to me tomorrow? Oh, tomorrow? Yeah, tomorrow. Why don't we go to lunch? Tomorrow's not going to work. Why not? Well, and you can see they're floundering. My girlfriend's mom, and they're stuttering, she needs to go to the doctor. Okay, why don't you have such and such take or whatever? Well, I can't because she's gone for surgery and we need to wait the whole time for her so we can take her home. So now he's built this whole story. So guess what happens? You being a nice guy decide to send this lady, Darlene, flowers after her surgery. Dear Darlene, expressing my deep warmest wishes that you get better as quick as possible. I hope you have a great and fast recovery. If there's anything else we can do for you, please reach out to me, Mike something, the bubble up team. And so you sign it, maybe you put your phone number on it, email. And all of a sudden, she picks up the phone, and she calls the other guy and says, Yeah, second, can you come over? Yeah, sure. Listen, I'm starting to get flowers. Oh, flowers are very nice. Yeah, from different people at your work and people at the church and all around. Oh, that's great. Yeah, they're saying they hope I get better real soon and recover. What are they talking about? Oh, you know, they probably just mean recover from being tired. Oh, well, here's one. I just got another one. A box of chocolates. Oh, from that new store. Oh, great to open up. Dear such and such, hope you get better soon. Hope the surgery was not very painful. Like, what is she talking about surgery? I don't know. Now she knows that you lie. Look, what did you tell these people? Well, I might have told them that, you know, see, I was working on this project in the office, and I didn't really start it yet. And I kind of told a little white lie that I had to take you for surgery, and I had to wait there with you. And so I'd be tied up the next couple days. The person's going to be really angry, because now not only did you lie, but you brought her into your games. See, it's one thing if you lie, which is still not a good thing, by the way, but when your lies encompass another person's life, now, if that person's playing along, now you've got to deal with your side, and you've got to deal with their side, and there can be multiple people that can be talking to each of you. And the story is going to have a lot of different variations, because remember, there is no story. You're making this whole thing up. Most people that lie don't spend hours. Okay, now if Mike says this to me or says this to me, now some people do this, but you're never going to be able to come up with every permeable possible combination of things that are said. So this gets back to an interesting point. Why do people lie? Protection. Maybe you lie and say, when you were younger, somebody calls you on the phone, and you say, oh, are you home alone? No, my mom is in the shower, or my dad's in the shower. Now, is that considered lying? Yes, it is. But that lie is there to protect yourself, okay? That's a stranger, right? So then, is it okay to lie to protect yourself? Well, that's what I'm going to call white lie. If you're not telling the truth, okay, and it's to protect yourself, like your life, that's not a lie that I'm talking about. I'm talking about the lies that cause you to come off as this amazing person when suddenly you're not.
A highlight from #424 No Monkey wrench in the engine. Today you will enjoy a smooth ride. Rich created the one and only way to make clean energy that works all the time, its free and has no exhaust except an occasional back fire here and there. RICH IS A GENIUS! Matt is a Head case and he knows it. $ 3000 can be a great investment for not making you smarter. Episode #424 August 25th. 2023
"And Divine is, as always, Small Saturday is on a Friday, we are beyond our lunchtime which turns Friday into Small Saturday, August 25th, and this episode is 4 .24 from This Mic Rich! And from This Mic Matt. Wow, yeah, that was good. Yeah, I liked that. Well I decided to concentrate this time and not be spacing out. Well that was a good idea because a lot of times, you know, I don't even know you here, sometimes you're sleeping. Well, that's true, but then there's other times that I might just throw you off and I just didn't feel like doing that today. Not today? No, you know, you're usually very professional when you start out and you have all the essentials and you know, things ready to go and then I start throwing monkey wrenches into the engine and it could start setting you off, so I decided I might just try to behave today. Yeah, you know what, by the way, listen up, this is something you need to know, okay? You can't believe everything you hear. Yeah, that's true, just like you can't believe what I just said. But let me just say it again, you can believe everything you hear. You can't believe it? No, no, but you can repeat it. Yeah, that's true. Like what you just did. Yeah, exactly what I did. You're playing mind games with me. No, I don't, I don't have to, you have, yesterday. You know, you keep playing these games. Well, two days ago you said you have army of brain cells gone. Yeah, what I think you're doing is trying to push me into having to lay down on a couch and get some counseling. Well, I don't think that would help. I'm starting to feel like with all these little innuendos and little things that you're saying is that you're trying to tell everybody that I'm a head case. Well, everybody knows by now that you are, so I don't have to do much of work. I mean, that's pretty clear. All right. By now, everybody knows that. All right, I'm fine with it. You've been working on it a very long time, you know, to be very clear that you are head case. Yeah, that's it. That doesn't take you too much work. I asked somebody one time, I said, you know, how much did you pay to get that stoop? He looked at me like, and he played along with it, he goes, about $30 ,000. 30? $3 ,000. Why? What did you pay for? I don't know, nothing. He just picked a number out of his you know what. So now every time I see him sometimes just joking around like we do, I ask him, yeah, how much you pay? He goes, about $3 ,000. Well, nice. Well, I mean, if somebody asked you that - It's kind of cheap for today. Yeah. I wonder what it'd be inflation wise. It's good investment. 30 ,000. Anyway. I mean, I kind of like it when I can look stupid and be stupid because - Yeah, no responsibility. Not just that, it's just nobody wants anything from you then. Oh, yeah. You're taking me along. Hey, he's stupid. Yeah, it works for me. It works for everything. That's good. I've been doing this for years. Yeah, you're an expert. My grandfather always told me, hey, listen, if your wife, if you're married and your wife asks you to vacuum the carpet, you need to play stupid. Yeah, really? How do you do that? He never explained that, but he says, if you don't, you're going to be vacuuming the rest of your life. He was so right. Yeah, I mean, you guys had electricity behind the Iron Curtain, didn't you? Oh, well, sometime. Well, you probably could have used the excuse of just walk around with the cord in his head pretending like he doesn't know where to plug it in. I think what they had, they had a central station somewhere where they put all these people that protested against the communists in jail and they were on the bicycles. Bicycles where else? Where else? Already echoed it. Four days ago. Oh, my gosh. And so if they just got tired and tuckered out, electricity no more, everybody's off their bicycle. So when they say here in the United States, they say, hey, we need to save the energy, solar and all this, and I go like, huh, just put the bicycles in the jail, you got so many skinny people. Oh, yeah. Yeah, right. That's good. Nobody thought about that yet. Keep them occupied. I think there's like just in the state of California that one state has 33 prisons. It's better than Windmill. I think it's anywhere between at any given time 120 ,000 to 160 ,000 inmates. I mean, how many bikes you get every one of them a bicycle? I would just like, listen, it's better than Windmill. Yeah. It works all the time. Yeah, it works all the time. Three shifts, right? And then just like, hey, Mary just turned on the oven, let's go, boys. She's baking cookies for police department. Don't let her disappointed. And it's kind of a way for them to give back to society, restitution. Yeah. Hey, you only got about 50 million more cycles to do. Imagine. Have a meter up there. How many watts did they create that give each prisoner a certain amount of money for every watt they create? It would be a problem if Mary was the lady put you in jail and you paddle a little faster to burn the cookies. I remember you. Or get aggression out instead of actually, you know, creating another crime and doing something horrible to Mary. You take it out on the bicycle and create more energy. Yeah. What is the company that, you know, they have this TV in front of that and it's like a stationary bag and you, they sell them, it's like $3 ,000 and membership and all this. That's a better thing. Look at you. You were far away from bicycle. I don't think they made bicycle for this weight limits. I think it would have been a better $3 ,000 to be spent on that bicycle than paid $3 ,000 to get stupid. Yeah, exactly. I have a friend and he proved to be stupid for $3 ,000 because he bought one. Yeah. He bought one for his wife. What was he trying to tell his wife? No. You need to, you need this thing. No, she wanted it. Oh yeah. She asked him. I thought he might've been saying, Hey, you need this cause I think you're getting a little fat. It's not a way to kind of send a message, but she wanted it, she wanted it for Christmas. It's this bicycle. I forget the name of it. Somebody would have figured it out later. And they sell it in the water side shop. They used to have this store there and, uh, uh, she, she Peloton is called Peloton. Oh yeah. You don't know. How would you know? So they had this store and you know, you pay membership and again, I give a paddle with people and the screen and you know, it's like a, almost like I think it was like a video game. You playing with other people. Yeah. And there's a person, you know, that looks like a real person, but it's recorded. And um, so she asked him to buy the bike right for Christmas. He was like, now I was doing the Fauci virus. Everything was shut down. Well, I'm home. I need to be moving on those. And he was like, now she told me big before the Christmas when I was supposed to get that right. So we ordered that and um, we were sitting here and he said, well, it's going to come within a month or whatever. So after Christmas and I said, I gave her two weeks and then like six months later, I forgot. He came here and he looked at me and says, it's, it's in the, uh, it's in the storage. I said, what is it? Well, that $3 ,000 bike.
Fresh update on "watt" discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
"Okay, that's a little complicated for me. But I understand the 200. And 200 is past that, probably don't want to tread, even though human models, or there are no human models. And volvic is 70 or something, right? Or 100. It's not quite as much. Volvic is closer to, yeah, it's 50 or 60 in that territory. So do you exclusively drink silicate yourself, which is your name for your prepared silica water? That's right, I do. And you don't try to drink cord a day, you just drink exclusively. All your needs are silicate. Yeah, silicate, right? What I do is actually I drink a cup of silicate in the morning with tea and a cup of pure silicate in the evening with tea. During the day, I drink about 50-50 tap water silicate. And so I take it a little more dilute. And is the response as dramatic as this animal study seemed to indicate? I mean, this is, what do they say, two months, five weeks? Oh, that's a good question. And my wife and I decided we would answer the question. We've both been taking silicate since 2014. So that's a lot of years. We're almost coming up on now 10 years in 2024. So we took about two years ago, we took what's called a total urine test, which is a 24-hour urine test where you collect your urine for 24 hours, take it to a test lab, and they'll test and tell you how many micrograms of aluminum you have per liter in that solution. And they can convert that to micro moles easily mathematically and get how many micro moles of aluminum you've excreted that 24-hour period. And it turns out that's really a useful measure of how much your body burden of aluminum is. So it's a 24-hour urine test. It's done by several labs here in the States that I talk about in my fourth book. And it allowed us then to compare our aluminum level with a table that I got from the literature of people's total 24-hour aluminum levels in their urine in different age groups and with and without Alzheimer's. So and that table's in my fourth book. We found out that both of us have levels equal to those of a 20-year-old. And we're both right around 70. I'm 77. My wife is 68. So we're in that territory. But to have levels of a 20-year-old, we were quite impressed. So yes, the answer to the question, yes, it works. It lowers your body burden of aluminum. So a lot of the studies I mentioned in my second book were rat studies. Some of those were rat studies done in Spain. And they showed of course the rats lost almost all their aluminum in certain globes of their brain. And even in their bones, they lost aluminum, which really, that amazed me. Just by drinking silica water, I think in that case, six weeks of silica water, these rats lost almost all the aluminum from their bodies. And that was even, they even did that with them, take ingesting aluminum every day. So you lose it, whether you're ingested or not. But we're all ingesting it after all. Well, I feel like I'm in an oral exam with my professor and I just established myself at about 75%, which is passing, but I've got to read the other book. So is silica fertilizer a thing? In other words, is that commercially available? Are there people that use it? No, it's not nothing. I don't think in that regard is a valuable, although it's been studied, as I mentioned, I think my second book, it's been studied in South America to add silica to crops. And it benefits both the crop and the person who eats the crop. So it should be done on a wider scale because first we're robbing the soil of silica every time we grow a crop and not putting it back. We're using those fertilizers, the nitrogen and potassium and what's the other element that, but no silica. Phosphorus. The three things that we put back are not, silica is not one of them. So if you've got a reverse osmosis water filter, do you need to bother with a Brita filter step when you're manufacturing your version of silica water? Well, the one variable that you're putting into the water is the sodium bisulfate, which is 99.5% pure. So that 0.5% impurity concerns me. I don't want basically to be taking, putting into my body, something that may have aluminum in it or mercury or anything like that. So I always put everything through my Brita filter before I ingest it. So. Okay. Well, that makes sense. Thank you. All right. So here's another anecdote. For four years, as I wrote my books, I drank water from one of the, or I drank coffee from one of those darn things with aluminum heating element, with an aluminum heating element. So I was sticking 300 parts per million or what parts per billion of aluminum into my body acutely. Is that correct? Yes, it depends on the age of your device. It turns out as these drip style coffee makers work, they heat aluminum tube underneath the heating platform there to drive the water up over into the coffee grounds and to extract the coffee. And that heating process is very, very hot because people don't want to wait around forever for their coffee. They want it quick. And so the number of watts are put into that piece of aluminum, almost heating it to its melting point. But as it gets older, the aluminum even gets more and more surface areas. So it tends to bleed more and more aluminum, oxidized aluminum into solution, even though it's just, I know a single pass sounds like, well, that's probably quick exposure, but it's very, very hot. So you are putting aluminum from that tube into coffee more so as the ages, but even brand new units I've checked and they still put a reasonable amount of aluminum in even when they're brand new. So the bottom line is get rid of those and get a unit that doesn't have an aluminum heated tube. They do exist. I've got one here in the house made by Jura, J-U-R-A. I talk about a few others there in my first book. One of them is no longer, I think, on the market, but there's still Jura is still out there. But they say right on the box, your coffee never touches aluminum. Well, my tremor dramatically worsened after I drank my coffee over the last several years. So do you think that was the aluminum or the caffeine? Who knows, right? Who knows? I'm not going to comment on that. Yeah, I don't know. So the silica water does not force excretion of any other toxins besides aluminum. It doesn't do anything for lead or anything else, does it? No, no, it doesn't. No, it doesn't. That's why I wrote in my third book, I talk about what you should do for lead, arsenic. I've got two more books I have to read. They aren't that painful. No, the painful thing is realizing what you've been hoodwinked for years. Does any oatmeal sold in the United States have high silica, like Quaker real oats oatmeal or whatever? My wife eats that stuff, but occasionally she'll eat the instant. Yeah, it's a good question, because obviously oats have a high in silica. But the question is, can you get the silica out of the oats in time to use it by your body before the oats get excreted? So that's really the question. I talk about in the book of how swolens is made, and it's made by fermentation. And a lot of third world countries, they use fermentation to treat vegetables and they drink the fermented liquid that comes off. The word fermentation doesn't mean creating alcohol from things. Fermentation is actually just the soaking of a grain or vegetable in water. And then if you want to drink it, the fermented liquid that results. And that liquid, if there is silica present, it is a good chance that maybe in the form of OSA, and you'll get that for water soluble OSA in the ferment. And do oats have enough of it? Well, I can only say that people who took those oats, the swolens, which were made mostly from oat husks, which you can't get out of a OSA, but could you get the husks? And I think I found them on Amazon a few years ago. If you could get the husks and soak the husks overnight, you might well have a pretty good drink. There's probably a good amount of OSA in the husks. All right, I've tested your patience, but I just have a couple other questions. Have you had any experiences with people having a side effect from starting too much silica water too fast? And I noted that you said that it was possible, but have you ever seen or heard of anyone having problems? Oh yeah, yeah, we have and more anecdotal information on that subject. Yes, indeed. When we recommended that children start taking it to maybe get rid of the seizures, a lower seizure frequency, a lot of kids took the water and immediately had other problems with it. And we recommend always if you start taking it, you do develop a problem, take less and work your way up slowly. But obviously, we're all different. We all have different amounts of aluminum in our body. The only thing silica is doing is taking out aluminum. So you have to believe that whatever they see going on is the effect of a large amount aluminum influx in their body. So the last question is, I read somewhere in your body of work that silica has a half-life of 11 hours. If that's the case, you could almost drink it all at once in the morning, couldn't you? Yeah, if you're into drinking lots, it actually did that and he published that information. It's in a graph in my second book there. He did it twice in a row at about a week apart and noticed that if he took it all at once, a whole liter at once, he indeed got a large bolus of aluminum out of his body within a few hours of that. So that's one way to do it. You don't have to do it that way. My wife and I spread it out during the day and obviously we have very low aluminum loads because of that. But it's up to you however you want to take it. Is there anything we missed or that you would like to emphasize? Because I feel like I dominated the conversation here because I had all my personal questions. Well, I'd just like to say that I've spent a lot of time on this project, obviously. Some people wonder why I did that. I don't own any company or have interest in companies that sell any of the products I talk about or recommend. So I have no financial interest at all in this. I make a little money selling books through my royalty, but I assure you it's only covered testing that I've done so far. So I'm not rolling in dough because of that either. So it's purely, I just wanted to make certain that what I found out, I spread around a bit so other people can read about and become aware of and think about if they want to change their lifestyles to accommodate what I recommend. Great. If not, I've at least given them some food for thought. Doctor actually said that the only conflict he had was Fiji gave him a bunch of water to use for testing. And so that's a good thing on his part too. He sells that stuff like he's an investor though. I mean, he really, he's very persuasive.
Minnesota Experiences Record Exodus As Crime Rates Soar
"And when you look at what the FBI classifies as part one crimes, which are the most serious crimes for murder through arson, Minnesota now for the very first time in its history has a worse than average per CAPiTA rate of serious part one crimes. So the idea that Tim walls is somehow maintained a low crime rate is pure fiction. And in fact, it's like saying that the evil fruits of liberal policies in Minnesota just as we're seeing them in places like California and New York. And the thing I want to turn to now, John feeling is something that you have been studying closely now for some years and that is migration patterns into and out of the state of Minnesota because what we're seeing is Minnesota is just like California and New York. Instead of moving into the state, people are moving out of the state. Absolutely. And one thing that's notable is you talked about Minnesota's economic growth earlier. It was kind of lagged since the turn of the century. It's also true that all through the 90s in a net inflows of domestic migrants. That kind of flipped around the turn of the century and you start to see the outflows. But what's really notable is the massive acceleration in the exodus of people from the state of Minnesota since 2019. Funnily enough. We've seen we had about 14,000 people on net. I thought maybe it was 16,000. I think leave in the year 2019 to 2020. The figures got revised up subsequently. So I think it's about 16,000. That's on net loss. And that was a record for going back to at least 1991. Records stood for one year because we smashed it in the most recent year when we lost 19,400 residents on net to other parts of the United States. So whenever someone tries to hold Minnesota and Tim watts up and say, this is the guy, this is the model that works. I always say to people if it's so great, why is everyone to get out?
"watt" Discussed on Hay House Meditations
"Feel, smell, and taste. Deepen your attention to your breath. Think and repeat to yourself. In breath, out, breath. In unison to your natural breathing pattern. Mindful breathing quiets our internal chatter or the noise in our head. The more you focus on your present act of breathing in and out, the more a sense of calm will be cultivated and your body will relax. Continue your mindful breathing until you feel completely calm and receptive to the next step. Acknowledge the birds you hear all around you. Far, far in the distance, mid range away on buildings and lawns, and in gardens, and finally, nearest you. With curiosity ask, how many birds are there far away? At a mid distance. And near. What are they doing and why? What else peaks your curiosity? Choose one bird to focus on and deepen your mindfulness meditation. Try and do this with as little self analysis or discernment about the process as possible and rely on your natural internal compass to guide your decision. Accept the birds as they are, intended for you here and now. Winged gifts to offer you what you need at this precise moment. Nothing more, nothing less. Allow the bird to select you too. You will just know. Sit and be with your chosen bird, keeping your eyes gently closed. Give inner voice to breathing in, breathing out as you hear the bird. In time, you will experience a synchronistic convergence between your mindful breath and the bird's song. The natural world shares rhythms and patterns that permit magical connections. It is that which we aim to join in on to restore ourselves to a more elemental level. Step three, use the same steps as before, except this time you are now able to further deepen your mindfulness meditation by keeping your eyes closed. With your eyes closed, C. With your ears, listen. With your nose, inhale. With your skin absorb. With your mouth saver. See, see the bird through your mind's eye, perceive the bird and envision it swarm in your mind. Focus your thoughts about what the bird looks like, and what it is doing in the center of your forehead between your eyes. As though you are looking from within your mind facing outward. The way in which you see the bird in this way strengthens your spiritual connection to it, the space you are currently in and to yourself. Your perception is unique just to you and offer sacred connection from within. What do you see? Listen, as your attention drifts off to other sounds, and it inevitably will, simply acknowledge this process and gently direct yourself back to your bird and the layers of sound it makes using your focused attention. Inhale, unlike the act of naturally smelling what is in your environment, I invite you to breathe in slower and more fully from the bottom of your lungs upward. A yogic breath. If you are able, if not, then try to inhale slower than you would normally breathe. But not in a way that causes you discomfort. As you inhale, acknowledge all that you can and envision the sense floating along on your inhaled breath, and entering your lungs and diffusing through your bloodstream into different body parts and organs. Absorb, give purposeful notice to the sensations your mind and body experience. Right now at the precise moment as you share space with your bird. Is what you observe, shared by your bird, what are the sensations you are absorbing. Savor, savor the flavors of your mouth as it is, and try to differentiate them. Just as you did when choosing your bird to spend time with. What are you savoring? Flavors can be unabashedly straightforward and other instances layered with complexities. Are they simple? Or complex? Your internally channeled senses to see listen, inhale, absorb, and savor, are guided by the birds movements, sounds, and its own senses. Once it departs, sit and be with your experience. Some gifts are brief and fleeting, while others remain an accompany you for a while. However long it may be, it is what you need for now. The process of accepting how birds present themselves to you without preconceived expectations is your gateway to self acceptance. As you continue to practice mindfully assessing your senses with birds to harness their harmonious balance, you will nurture understanding about them and you. By going beyond marveling at the bird's plumage and practicing mindful meditation with them, you commune with the birds and compassion and loving kindness, which will in turn give you the capacity to experience the same with yourself and others. By creating the sacred space to be present in your life, you claim mastery of your mind and body, and now dear friend. You soar.
Sebastian Welcomes the Iconic Joe Piscopo to the Show
"Brother from another mother, Joe Piscopo. Welcome to America first one on one. It's great to see you, doctor. Yeah, we did. It's amazing. We met. We first met the hallways of a.m. 9 70. I think we just kind of had to click. You're a fun guy. I mean, you know, there's so much crazy, serious news, but it's nice to see you on a great sense of humor, my friend. Right, I had to do that. That was just too irresistible, but you know, I'm a regular guest on your show. I don't usually have radio hosts for a radio host for our one on one deep dive, but there's so much that you can share with our millions of listeners across the nation. I think we had to do this. So first things first, let's find out a little bit about this man. I can tell you who doesn't know how to spell Jersey. He spells it with a Z so follow him on Twitter at JR ZY Jersey Joe Piscopo. His website is Joe Piscopo U.S., but you haven't always been a radio guy. So for those who are unfamiliar with your Hollywood years and then your comedic stardom on SNL, would you give us a kind of encapsulated life to date? How did you get to being on a.m. 9 70 in New York? And what did you do before that, Joe? You know, when I went to college, I went to a little school in Jacksonville, said I couldn't get in anywhere else. I was the worst student in the state of New Jersey, you know. So my father, God rest his soul, said, look, there's a school that will accept you as the Jacksonville Florida is a little school called Jones college and they had radio stations. They had four radio stations and right then I fell in love with radio. There was an a.m.. There was a 100,000 watt FM station where I did and this is when I was in college. I was the disc jockey 6 to midnight doing beautiful music. The last 15 minutes you've heard about the body and raindrops keep falling on my head. That was that was my hang on, hang on, you had a 6 hour shift, Joe. Oh man, I'll tell you what. They used to put us into 8 hour shifts. 7 hour shifts, you know? So yes, it was a 6 it was 6 to midnight at go to school all day and I'd hang right there in the studio and we had turntables that we had turntable. So I used to. I'm far too young. What is this turntable you speak of, mister Pope?
Newsmax's John Bachman Shares a Memory of R.E.M.
"High school, Aryan was just getting started in Athens. Okay, the B-52s, you know, Ariana would just get started. And Michael saw it and the rest of them would play and you brought up this and I want you to emphasize this a little bit. 40 watt club. Georgia club. I mean, the not owl, which used to be out for country out there off of full 41 north. We're seeing and there's still all those scenes today. These new bands, these new, you know, that new music is coming out of. But Michael sobbing and they would do a buddy of mine, Steve McNeil, he used to go down and to Athens and they would play a set and then they'd sit out in the bar and just hang out with everybody. And that was another cool thing too about it is, you know, I never got the chance to see REM play at the 40 watt and one of those impromptu sets. But what I did see is a lot of members of REM and other bands, David schools, or Mike Mills, or maryam, just hanging out at the bars. And when I would go, I mean, I remember there was a brief period of time and I believe it was the summer of 2000 spring of 2000. I had gone to see a band called the old 97s at the 40 watt, and I was going up to the bar to grab a beer and I looked over and it's Mike Mills next to me and I kind of gave him a nod and a knowledge we was, he obviously had no idea who I was. And then a little while later, radiohead played a concert at Stone Mountain in a very small venue. It was amazing to be there. And I saw Mike Mills again, he kind of bumped into each other, and it was that sign, again, he didn't know who I was, but he knew that I knew who he was and we had both been too amazing concerts and brief period of time and he kind of gave me that sign of acknowledgment like, all right, kid. You obviously have good choice in music.
"watt" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"You just articulate for new viewers. What role does football soccer Premier League soccer in particular play in the JJ watt life, especially now you retired? Oh, it's massive. And like I told you last time, it started with fee fund playing with Ivory Coast and then I followed with a Chelsea and then I became a Chelsea fan. The Premier League overall has taken on a massive role in my life. I mean, I'm sitting down tomorrow morning to watch the primarily slate. I'm watching championship games that I'm loving it and I'm looking at it at a much deeper level and I'm looking at it from a level of involvement that I dreamed about in the past, but is becoming closer to reality is too. You are now deeply obsessed. There is no doubt about it. You dropped a lovely tweet last month when you were trying to watch multiple games, including one in the championship. I think it was how this feel versus Burnley. And you comment was NFL fans from overseas who try to stream our games, I understand your struggle, explain to us what was happening here so we can gain a sense of the what matchday experience the heart of the struggle. So I have a room with a few TVs in it that I like to sit there for Premier League days. For one reason or another, I wasn't allowed in that room on that day. So I was in my main I was in the main room of the house. And we had, I wanted to put up a certain game. And so I just logging on my iPad, and I was trying to get it beamed up to the TV, but then the TV wasn't having it. And then at the end of it all, when I finally got it up there, it only showed up on like a tiny little part of the screen, so I was still watching on a small screen, and then my iPad battery died. So it all went to zero, so I had nothing. JJ watt having every day human being problems, we have all been there. But let's talk about the Premier League. Because last time we were on, we talked about your deep affection for Chelsea football club and JJ. I don't like to bring up old hot takes. That is not my style. But let's just say you had a lot of faith in Thomas Tuchel. Last time you came on, you boldly predicted that Chelsea would be competing for the title in one year's time. It is not gone so well. I have faith in two. I still have faith in tuple. That's the problem. It's the problem. That's the problem. Everybody does. There's one person that didn't. And that's the problem. What has happened since and how do you understand it? This is delicate situation roger. This is delicate to discuss. Because I'm very interested in soccer ownership. I'm going to say that at the beginning of this just because I've been looking at opportunities and different things and I've spoken publicly about it for a long time. I'm very interested in it. So am I speaking to a man that who's current dream is to have 50,000 people in a stadium chanting, what out? What out? Out of my glove. Exactly. I'm foreshadowing to that at some point in my life. And you're going to flash back to this interview and be like, he would look at him talk crap about these other owners and he couldn't even do it himself. But I will say, I think if I look at that situation, I'm objectively looking at it. Let's say as a Chelsea fan. You're looking at a guy coming in from overseas. You have a club that's been very successful. You had the owner had to leave, obviously, for a reason. You know, out of the club's control. And that owner had a certain way of doing things for a very long time, but he put people in place at the highest levels of the game. Tuch was one of the best managers, Petter check, Marina. I mean, the system in place was working very well. So somebody comes in and removes that manager, removes that director, removes that scouting department. That's not a job that you just feel with nobody, and you say you're going to do it yourself. Like if I come over there and I'm an owner of a Premier League team, I know for a fact that I am not the best person to be deciding on transfers and to be deciding on sporting direction. You have to put the right person in place and I think that that's kind of where it got awry was somebody without the proper knowledge thinking that they had. Cherry Jones makes it look so easy to do all the jobs. It's not so easy. And by the way, people who are listening to this are already trying to get to the end of the big reveal, and I'll just say it now, yes, JJ what I are both buying Everton together, but we're getting to that. They're going to be a lot cheaper in about 6 months watch. Don't do me like that, JJ, what? Don't think that darkness into my house. Let me at least. Are we getting into that at some point? I mean, you guys are going to have the most beautiful stadium in the championship. It's going to be incredible. JJ, what? The one thing I know about is you've sat more quarterbacks than most human beings and you can recognize that depreciating asset when you see one. But back to Chelsea for a second, I'll talk about evidence with it. I want you advice. I got to tell you. Last January, all these shiny new players arriving, you know, Enzo, 140 million mudrik, 106 million, how Felix and arrest. Did it feel like NFL Draft day where the team you played on had all the first round picks? So it feels good in a sense that your club is purchasing players and there's that ambition there to be great. I will say that it also didn't feel great from a standpoint that it almost felt like we didn't know our own team because you're bringing in so many new players and you don't know any of them and that identity is kind of gone. Whereas you come up with teams and there's guys that are through lines. I mean, as people look at through line content, like there's guys that you know when you love and it feels like when there's a brand new squad, the connection is lost. And I don't like when the connection is lost. Now that Chelsea scored is now bigger than the Cardinals roster and that includes the cards practice squad and you've been on a lot of teams JJ, you understand chemistry from the inside. You understand also chaos. When you look at this Chelsea squad, do you see like a process that order and one that does it feel like a Star Wars cantina that's always going to be just dimly lit, strong drinks, random outbreaks of violence. I don't know of anybody sees like, I mean, the first wave of signings was like $500 million of defenders. And yet Thiago Silva is still like our best guy back there. You know what I mean? We got like a 38 year old just running shot back there. Obviously we got Reese who's incredible and you love having respect there. But no, I to your point. I don't fully see the vision of, okay, where is this going? So poor Graham Potter and you've played for many coaches in your time in the NFL. What do you see when you watch him? I see a guy in an extremely tough position. I mean, he's been handed the keys to one of the best organizations in the world.
Ride Along in Watts
"Good morning, everybody. I'm your sitting host omelet and obie. I had to take some time today to talk about an issue that is near and dear to my heart. And that is law enforcement. Here in LA, I've had some very interesting run ins with law enforcement in my support of the work that they do. And this is not to negate the real instances of police brutality or police malpractice, but to say that that is not the majority of police officers in law enforcement. These are amazing men and women who are choosing to take on the job of protecting the people around them and working within their communities. And the police officers that I know, I will say, are wonderful men and women who are not only police officers, but they are teachers. They are parents. They are social workers in the work that they're doing, and they really are just doing amazing work day in and day out and working to shine the best light on their profession. Now, one of the craziest stories that I've ever been through, one of the craziest experience that I've ever had is doing a ride along in watts here in south central LA. I've done many of these now in the past couple of years because I'm well acquainted with police and talk about the work that they do quite often. But one time I was on a ride along late at night and driving down a residential area in watts when all of a sudden we noticed a car had been crashed straight into a tree. Of course, the police officers had to get out and respond in a woman ran into the streets screaming about how they needed paramedics. She was covered in blood, wearing gloves, little did we know that she was a nurse who was not working at the time. And as the police officers ran over to the car, they found that behind it was a young man who had been shot to death. By a gang in the area and in the neighborhood. And when I tell you that so many of the people living in these areas are desensitized to gun violence, there were young kids sitting outside watching as this man passed away right on the street. And who's there to respond to it? None other than your LAPD police officers who are seeing violence like this and death and destruction far too often in far more than any human should ever have to. Now
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Manafort Owns up to Passing 'Campaign Data' to Suspected Russian Agent
"Here's Dan ladden hall Daily yeast Manafort owns up to passing campaign data to a suspected Russian agent Notice how Adam Schiff and Clint watts never mention a name Now the yeast mentions the name here Donald Trump's 2016 campaign chairman Paul Manafort on Monday publicly admitted he gave polling data to Constantine kilimnik a suspected Russian intelligence asset What Wow That sounds really bad Now that did happen Paul Manafort did admit to that But who's Constantine kilimnik He gave him polling data Well I like the same polling of data that already appeared in The Washington Post and stuff So I'm not apologizing for Paul Manafort I'm just telling you the truth Who's Constantine kilimnik Because it seems like someone else gave Constantine kilimnik a whole lot more access Wouldn't you know it It's the freaking Obama administration Again what What's that stuff on your face Oh I was cleaning the chimney We don't have a chimney
Winter Warning to Biden Administration, Energy Shortages Ahead
"I want to underscore this we touched on it earlier but now there's more information From our Friends at what watts up with that It's a great sight Winter warning to Biden administration New England energy shortages ahead By Robert Bradley junior natural gas shortages and reliability concerns in New England on either short term nor unanticipated ISO New England and the federal energy regulatory commission have for many months called attention to the very real reliability issues that are likely to face the region in the coming winter months due to insufficient supply of natural gas The New England power plants generated an estimated 4.18 million metric tons of CO2 and January 2022 up from 2.77 metric tons With a region's heavier reliance on oil accounting for most of the difference In other words because they're not getting enough natural gas Government intervention creates emergencies and shortages unlike self interested transactions when a true free market This was true a century ago where World War I planning and it remains true today
Liberal Pundits React to the Redacted Mar-a-Lago Affidavit
"Neil Catalog Former acting U.S. lister general Under Obama of course on MS LSD of course The affidavit shows Trump didn't declassify any documents No it doesn't show that at all Affidavit shows that FBI DoJ think that Donald Trump is a liar Maybe but who cares Jeff pegues if that is his name CBS News correspondent On redacted affidavit the government saying there is evidence of obstruction Hey what do you have like a 15 watt lightbulb up there brother That was in the documents they released two and a half weeks ago or whatever it was Frank fig luzi if that is his name former FBI assistant director also an MS LSD We won't be able to recruit our allies to work for us because Trump was storing their documents What else What else Sure there's more Trump should be charged with treason Corinne Jean Pierre on the constipated news when that work Well The White House didn't know about the search warrant White House knowing awful lot you've been working with the archives To get rid of executive privilege We're not going to get involved on that but if they are cars does that okay Wink wink wink wink
The Media Obsessed Over Ivanka Trump's Testimony Video
"But there were two videotapes in particular That the media fawned all over Of course they would have found all over a pencil eraser at that point but nonetheless Ivanka Trump Why was Ivanka Trump called the testify at all She wasn't involved at The White House at that point She had nothing to do with January 6th and any respect Why would she call the testify Anybody know Because they were videotaping her And they wanted to get a sentence out of hours and hours of testimony That they could use To try and embarrass her her father and the family Did you notice the background with Ivanka Trump was testifying mister producer Look like one of those old East German interrogations She was sitting up against a wall The camera had focused into her very close under I thought to myself where's the 25 watt bulb hanging from a long wire in the ceiling
Depp's Lawsuit Is Misguided but It Can Be Hard to Walk Away
"Listen, this lawsuit is so misguided, there are some details I haven't really pinned down and paid really a lot of attention to, so forgive me if I'm wrong, but these lawsuits can't be one sometimes. Regardless of fault or who initiated watt, who goaded whom only to film them, they were both messy, intoxicated, violent, volatile messes of people. You listen to those tapes and you get sick, you want to turn them off, but you can't. It's like hearing your next door neighbors just threatening to kill each other. Some people say Johnny should elect this slide. But here we are. And in a lot of ways, he is imitating his idol Marlon Brando. Not only in what he says and acts, but actually how he looks. Let's say for argument's sake, amber started fights to watch the fireworks go off and then film it for leverage if the relationship ended. And Johnny still went nuts. I see his point. Some people say there's no winning in this situation. The best outcome would be to minimize the damage to walk away, to know when to fold them. He's going scorched earth. But I believe and I know that she instigated these dramas and I don't think he should have walked away sooner. I don't. I think sometimes you got to fight for what's right. Do I think he has mental health issues, not particularly, but she certainly licked the match to the alcohol soap read that he's become. People say, well, walk away. That's easier said than done, guys. If someone's mentally ill, or if someone has issues like Johnny has, but it's just not violent. He's non physical when it comes to these things. I don't know how you can't see that. Yes, I think he should have put this in the rearview mirror and try to get away from it. But maybe he's compulsive and couldn't let it go. It's very sad either way.
"watt" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"I mean you can force a fumble but not recover it for instance and thus it's not a takeaway right so if things even out over time you still have to have the good core defensive principles but i think you make a really good point gary that if you're a defense that's going through a transition like the cowboys are i mean. They had a historically bad defense last year. They've been a lot better so far under dan. Quinn but it always takes a while to get used to a new scheme and get really comfortable in ed's oftentimes taking the ball away can kind of bolster you as you go through that transition period it do. They have multiple takeaways in all six of their games so far that season they had. They had a total of six games with multiple takeaways last year. And they didn't get their first one until november first. So it's just it's a new day here for the cowboys. Dak prescott is back And yeah this is. You gotta be feeling good if you're down in dallas right now yeah one of the things that came up when we reported the t. J. watt story last year that was kind of cheesy but in an endearing way and that has always stuck with me is that mike tomlin likes to refer to the ball as his team's hopes and dreams and it basically reinforces to your players. How important the ball is so if you are carrying the ball you have the hopes and dreams in your your arm and your grasp. You can't let them go and if you're on defense you're trying very hard to get the hopes and dreams back and certainly that situation with at the end of the game. I mean the steelers had their backs up against the wall. They're worried the season is slipping away on their way to a tie with the seahawks without russell wilson and tj. Watts disabled to snatch the hopes and dreams back for his team. So i think it's pretty apt analogy..
"watt" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"The air had been sucked out of the heinz field crowd. The steelers faithful about six thousand strong had just watched their listless offense go three and out on the second possession of overtime against the seahawks forcing rookie presley harbin. The thirds seventh punt of the night with seattle taking over and only four twenty seven left on the clock. Even forcing a three and out would leave little time to mount a game. Winning drive no at this moment. A tie with the gino smith led underdog. Seahawks seemed like a best case scenario for the steelers for every nfl team. The quarterback is the most important and impactful player on the roster. The one capable of singlehandedly carrying a team to victory. You can count on one. Hand the number of non quarterbacks who do the same. Tj watt is one of them on the first play of that seahawks. Dr smith stepped up in the pocket looking for a running lane. What did what he does. Best the most valuable thing any defensive player can do in the modern nfl. He's zeroed in on the ball and got it back. Hello and welcome to the m the nfl podcasts. I'm gary gramling. And i'm brenda and jenny. Of course we know the rest of the story now at least from sunday night. Tj watt forces. The fumble on gino smith devon bush falls on it the steelers instead of trying to hold on for a tie or maybe a desperation last second field goal they end up getting a short kick to win it and hold on for that victory against the seahawks. But that t. J. watt play is what we're here to talk about and sort of the broader art of forcing the turnover in the modern. Nfl when right now it is more difficult than ever to take the ball away. Yeah and last year. Gary you had a great idea to delve into this issue. Basically turnovers have been on a steady decline since the high water. Mark in nineteen fifty. And at that point there was an average of about seven and a half turnovers per game both teams combined. And they have just plunged. There are actually now just seven seasons that featured an average of fewer than three takeaways per game the seven most recent seasons and despite the fact that it seems like turnovers have been really common this year. Gary it's still a low rate and right now there have been two hundred thirty five takeaways..
"watt" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"We'll just make a mistake. A quarterback Fires high and wide on a throw or misreads. A defense or or maybe. Just a fumbled snap that sort of leads to chaos. You know pass rushes can can do a lot to to cause takeaways in in the nfl right now but when you're talking about what it's just so unique because he's one of the few guys who he literally takes the ball away he is. He is elevated this thing to to almost the science and art the ability to force these fumbles. Yeah and a really great point you made. When we did the story last year that stuck in my mind is just how impactful a strip sack is or any kind of forced fumble. Because you're getting the ball where it happens versus an interception. Oftentimes the quarterback is throwing it down field so there is a little bit of a flip in field position but when you force the ball out you get it right there and it can really set up score or obviously in the case of the steelers game it was the game clinching play but a lot of times. It happens in the in the flow of a game. Defenses trying to get an edge. You put your offense in a really great position to score for what this skill of his really started taking off as did his career in his second season. And that's when mike tomlin had him switched sides so he and bud duprey who is in his teammates. Swaps watt headlined. Up mostly on the right side are almost exclusively on the right side as a rookie. But they thought he would be a mismatch against the league's right tackles and the part of that was that he could see. The quarterbacks is better because of the way that quarterbacks drop when they're right handers and he could bat passes down and he could see the football. When was rushing which allowed him to go after the ball a little bit more. He also which i think is interesting in this. Larger conversation about turnovers used to be an offensive player..
"watt" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"Had been sucked out of the heinz field crowd. The steelers faithful about sixty thousand strong had watched their listless offense go three and out on the second possession of overtime against the seahawks forcing rookie presley harvard. The thirds seventh punt of the night with seattle taking over and only four twenty seven left on the clock. Even forcing a three and out would leave little time to mount a game. Winning drive no at this moment. A tie with the gino smith led underdog. Seahawks seemed like a best case scenario for the steelers for every nfl team. The quarterback is the most important and impactful player on the roster. The one capable of singlehandedly carrying a team to victory. You can count on one hand. The number of non quarterbacks who do the same. Tj watt one of them on the first play of that seahawks. Dr smith stepped up in the pocket looking for a running lane. What did what he does. Best the most valuable thing any defensive player can do in the modern nfl. He's zeroed in on the ball and got it back. Hello and welcome to the m. Qb nfl podcasts. I'm gary gramling. And i'm denny brenda and jenny. Of course we know the rest of the story now at least from sunday night. T. j. watt forces the fumble on gino smith devon bush falls on it the steelers instead of trying to hold on for a tie or maybe a desperation last-second vehicle. They end up getting a short kick to win it and hold on for that victory against the seahawks but that t. j. watt play is what we're here to talk about and sort of the broader art of forcing turnover in the modern. Nfl win right now. It is more difficult than ever to take the ball away. Yeah and last year. Gary you had a great idea to delve into this issue. Basically turnovers have been on a steady decline since the high water. Mark in nineteen fifty. And at that point there was an average of about seven and a half turnovers per game both teams combined and they have just plunged and they're just six seasons that have featured an average of fewer than three takeaways per games. A shit seven. I'm just gonna say that sentence again. Three to one are actually now just seven seasons that featured an average of fewer than three takeaways per game the seven most recent seasons and despite the fact that it seems like turnovers have been really common this year..
Steelers Rally to Beat Bills 23-16 to Open Season
"Defense and special teams helping Pittsburgh to an opening day win in buffalo twenty three sixteen was the final Pittsburgh over coming at ten halftime deficit Ulysses Gilbert scoring on a blocked punt defensive end T. J. watt had two sacks in the bills offense could only muster one touchdown Pittsburgh other touchdown came off a Ben Roethlisberger to Deonte Johnson touchdown pass a longtime Steeler quarterback says everyone had a hand in this this was a team win offense defense special teams and that's one thing I'm most proud about Steelers home the week two against Las Vegas well buffalo will be heading to Miami G. Matanga orchard park New York
Pittsburgh Steelers' T.J. Watt Agrees to a 4-Year, $112 Million Extension
"Get news that a deal has been agreed to in principle. Not sign but agreed to between. T. j. watt and the pittsburgh steelers. This was first broken by ian rapoport of the nfl network was also adam schefter. Espn that they have the deal in principle. I think they just have to put pen to paper. But it's agreed moving forward. Here's the deal. It's a four year extension worth just over our right around just over one hundred and twelve million dollars for tj. What would this has him as the highest paid defensive player in football now you can manipulate the numbers one way or the other to say how much it is per year. We'll get there all right. It's basically he's just over twenty eight million dollars per year from that extension and there's also eighty million dollars fully guaranteed at signing. Now we'll get into that in just a second but first i want to understand that. This is an extension so this goes on top of the deal that he already had for this year which was playing under the fifth year option where he was set to make ten points. I'm going from memory. I'm pretty sure it's ten point. Oh eight nine million dollars this
"watt" Discussed on NFL Live
"Dot com slash. Espn that's forums dot com slash espn restrictions apply see website for full details and important safety information. Thousands affected by hurricane ida. They urgently need support. Donate at redcross. Dot org slash. Espn to help the red cross respond to and help people recover from this disaster. The saints certainly can relate to that and they now face the packers to open the season. Of course this in jacksonville because the game got moved due to hurricane ida the mvp aaron rodgers looking to start your seventeen often a better note then the offseason. Here's rogers just a short while ago. I think we have to be a little more creative with the as the team gets into This third year in the system to kind of keep guys Dialed in every every week in practice. you can only imagine how that is when you have guys and seventy nine tenth year in the systems as we mike. We're always trying to reinvent things to kind of keep guys doubt into what we're doing. I think matin hack. It did a good job of that during training camp really working on some out of the box ideas throughout drinking out of the box. Interesting out of the next time roger steps to the podium though the season will officially started. Do you expect his future with the team to be a story. That just hangs over this team all year long. We'll be hang in over the team in the public sphere. But i think the fact of the matter is i think everybody within organization knows that. That topic is tabled until after the season. Nothing's going to change their continue to work with him to see if they could make him want to stay long term. He set it up to be able to add the ability to leave after the season if he wants. But we don't know that you will exercise that code opt to be traded. He could opt to stay. Rotten depend on how this year goes. I don't think you're gonna hear much conversation from anyone with metal renovation about that of the seasons unfolding they focus in on one thing winning as many games as possible to have their season last as long as possible. Maybe that takes care of some of the aaron rodgers stuff as well key. Let's take it onto the field for our draftkings predictions of the day. Devante atoms score a touchdown sunday against the saints absolutely laureate eighteen of them last year. He's there go-to guy. They wanna feed him the rock. We know what they are when he puts they put the ball in his hand clearly. He's the number one guy i looked he makes. He makes two or three touchdowns in his game just to show that he's the number one guy and all of the national football league davante adams according to rob mosque's twitter talking about if he would get a contract extension done before the season opener. He says no no chance. And then they're moving on okay then So he also said. This is the hungriest team. They've been around just because we've been so close we'll see if that translates to the field. All right let's get to a little more of a line of scrimmage conversation. Keep talking about all these quarterbacks and his dan loss says the pretty boys. Let's talk about those guys that really affect the game pretty boys by the land night. I don't know we want to talk about the five. Most important matchups scrimmage one weekend. I'm gonna start with number five. I think he's going to be in. The washington charging sam potts me is gonna be the starting right tackle for the washington university. Joey votto absolutely okay is by the way and listen. You guys have talked about watching the football teams offense and the weapons that they added. This is a very important piece of this football team that not a lot of people are paying attention to play whale. Joey bosa going to be a different animal picasso. Okay number four. We're going to go with canada. Jones versus the kevin joe since two thousand twelve. Leave the nfl. Jack underwrite super super underwriting. When when you talk about technique ability to get to the pass game record we were unfortunate not to have chandler jones in atlanta last year. But him and jj a problem. I think coming back from injury to coming got huge conversation. Both those teams need their guys to play ball number. Three your guy. I why tell first of all why he did. This is the class of the titans right here. Big delivers big belly but the bottom line is krista super athletic defensive end now okay casey cheese but he'll move around he'll find matchups. That's very interesting matchup. Though you got physical wire taylor against crystal with strong and likes to pool rush but also has a pool snatched move that gets guys off balance. Now we gotta talk about the cowboys. We don't enough so we're gonna go demarcus lawrence versus tristen works. I think this is a cute. If the cowboys any chance this chance to win this game this we like the mortgage. Morris has the play like a superstar. Contracts is get. Tom brady off the all right. Good is we're gonna go to big fella. We're going go garrett. My twin physically versus june hard to pick up in the physicality of orlando brown. Obviously myles garrett would not only strength speed the power miles. Gary use a plethora of move. Yeah but more importantly it's about his off and being able to get around tax what to go around orlando brown you go around the world so physical play on the i feel like i move you off an on screen. Zahn scrimmage on your bones okay. Dan just broke both. Which is. I don't know what he's going do now dan now. You can't tweet because your thumbs are broken quarterback scare at. You're this sweat it in the studio. We're trying to do that. That we'll just keep it right here. Old fat okay. That's enough weight. nfl live. We're going to keep beating each other up in your co goes mac. 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John has more of an arm and i thought i thought he looked a bit out of all. The rookie quarterback back jones is going to be the future of this franchise. Jones era has begun rifles. What are the goal. Talk for a touchdown told me too.
"watt" Discussed on NFL Live
"It's just. How can i get us and not do that. You could be the fourth. Qb in history to go to three consecutive super bowls. Yeah i think it would just show that we had wasted The greatness that we have in this locker room see the full interview ahead of the chiefs opener against the browns tune into the season premiere. Sunday countdown on sunday morning. Ten am eastern on espn. can't wait. see alex sniffing action. Art can josh allen. Follow of last year's conversation be once again talked about is a potential. Mvp brian cabell offensive coordinator still around. They'll have to take on the steelers and that steelers defense a week one test that a lot of people will be talking about ahead of this one got try our espn steelers reporter live in pittsburgh. Brooke t. j. watt finally back on the field today in team period of practice. What his teammates have to say about his return yellow rookie center kendrick green. I asked him i said. Hey this is the first time you've ever seen t. J. watt across from you. What did you think. And he said man. I could really feel his presence out there and you could feel from the second. He stepped on the field during the team period for the first time since the steel steelers reported in twenty twenty one he was fist bumping guys stepping up some other guys in a guy who has known him for a long time. Joe schober who played with him at wisconsin. They're from the same hometown. That's just classic. Tj he brings that energy everywhere he goes and he would play football parking lot if you let him. But his steeler teammates were talking about him before practice to ben. Roethlisberger was incredibly adamant and firm sending a message to the front office when it comes to their negotiations with tj. What i think they should get. Whatever the heck he wants He's arguably the best football football football player in the game right now. Not just on defense in general You know i've been through a few negotiations here contracts You know one of the reasons. I took less. Money was for guys like him to get paid and he needs to get paid Deserves every penny that he wants and ask for and so You know to what is is that guy that should get whatever he wants like. If it were up to have been rothlisburger the steelers would have paid. Tj what they would have paid him yesterday. But until then we're all kind of sitting around here waiting for that white smoke to come from the steelers to let us know that they finally got something done. Broke your t. j. watt contract. Watch big time there. It is an interesting jerry. Strong statement By ben rothlisberger. What are they any closer though to an actual deal here not right now laura. They're not any closer today than they were yesterday or last week. Despite the fact that was back at practice as far as the buffalo bills are concerned the steelers. they'd be happy to j. Watt decided not to fly on sunday and decided to get his new deal done next week. A right now. The two sides of continued talk don't appear to be close but look this should be incense. We we see a rush to get deals on before the store the regular season we saw the minnesota vikings day brian. O'neill starting right tackle. The steelers would not want to get a deal. Done wants to get done in time. Listen man this. This is more than just football right like we understand that. Tj and his ability and the way he plays the game but the bottom line is his influence impact on the rest of the guys on this team and not only that face of the franchise killer alone. Cham- haywood they'll be other guys young guys emeka fitzpatrick that's going to watch how this process plays out for wanted. A young budding stars defensively in pittsburgh. So it's not just about one the field about him being a pillar in this franchise and the face of it. Yeah you know even as we were watching what brooke was saying and listening to her. Say that he's a guy that would go play in a parking lot. You you've said that's just a football player. No doubt no doubt and listen is hard to get. All of. It is is hard to get all of it. A great guy a leader as the best player in your football team. It's tough to get all of that. it really is. Let's get to some more news items today with a pair of running backs. Atoms starting with former steeler levy on bell. What's the latest or sunny with the the baltimore. Ravens practice squad when he's ready. The chainsaw is gonna be promoted to the active roster so that is the plan now the baltimore. Ravens did sign trittin cannon. Another running back to their The bill now is with the ravens practice squad and he is expected to be added to the fifty three man roster at some point in time gives them added depth with the loss of j. dobbins and just distill the other running back in the news forces latavius murray former since running back with the team released yesterday. The team asked him to take a pay. Cut you decline. They released him and obviously so right for his contract. Would it become guarantee. So there's one more free agent running back available to any team in need latavius more productive for the saints last year but they obviously are going a different direction at alvin kamara and a young back. Tony jones that they also like key a lot of players upset by this. What's your reaction to the saints. Situation with murray. You know it's very interesting. Because sean. Payton and mickey loomis clearly know something because much like adam. Santa got tony jones and dewayne washington combined with those guys they got living carey twenty eight yards in their career so they better be sure that they wanted to move on from the murray because he was a healthy insurance policies but a new orleans. Think yeah when you think about this saints offense and one of the look like really thought what's tvs. Murray was going to be a part of that mix. Let's go to the forty niners kyle. Shanahan has always said. Jimmy g. is the starting quarterback this week against the lions but garoppolo is listed at the top of the team's depth chart. Here's shanahan a just a few moments ago asked about it I'm not getting into that. Because i feel like all you gotta do is look. I've talked since july twenty seven. Th i think it was opening day press conference and also being hard headed with it. But i feel like it gives me a little hard headed. Keep asking i'd feel like i've already answered it so We'll keep it at that. Keeps dancing around it dan. But what is jimmy. G. need to do to stay listed as qb one as he is right now. Make sure it doesn't play with. I or is behind his back overlooking ch- shoulder so to speak with. Okay here comes trae lance and the interesting thing bridge robin. I'm gonna pay attention to is. He doesn't throw the ball lockdown build but he throws a ton of interceptions given how many times he does throw the ball. Is he gonna play with kind of an aggressive mindset. Thinking i've got to push the ball downfield more but also the ability. Not kinda give it away. Because if he continues to throw the amount of interceptions that has at some point trae trailing is going to become their starting quarterback. Because of that i was not at the health so i just wanna see like is he still going to be willing to be somewhat aggressive with their offense doesn't throw downfield a ton but somewhat aggressive with the football and not be cautious because of quarterback. That's a lot of interceptions with the team. That just drafted the first round. I think i don't want to be too careless with the football. Because if i throw interceptions yeah it'd be really interesting to watch with him. The mental situation. There is fascinating to your point. Has the third worst interception rate or in the nfl over the last two seasons including not good. Not very good all right. We got more coming your way on. Nfl live now that the venue is set between the packers and saints for week. One what can we expect for. Aaron rodgers in that after his offense was diving into the packers next..
Saints Release Latavius Murray After He Reportedly Refused to Take Pay Cut
"The other running back in the news forces latavius murray former since running back with the team released yesterday. The team asked him to take a pay. Cut you decline. They released him and obviously so right for his contract. Would it become guarantee. So there's one more free agent running back available to any team in need latavius more productive for the saints last year but they obviously are going a different direction at alvin kamara and a young back. Tony jones that they also
"watt" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"People are starting to worry is tj walking to play. Is he gonna be available week one. When's he gonna play what's gonna happen is you're gonna sign this deal like what's going on. I thought i want to bring out. Is the steelers. When they cut down the fifty three man roster and as of today have four outside linebackers on this roster including t. j. watt. They kept six inside linebackers. They kept four outside linebackers. Didn't sign any of the cuts. They didn't go into the waiver. Wire and put in a waiver priority. You know saying For to pick up outside linebacker that someone else cut. They are if tj doesn't play. They are rolling to the season with three outside linebackers on their roster. The steelers would not put themselves in that position if they did not believe that. T. j. watt is playing week one so understand that the dealers who are involved in this. Believe t. j. watt will be playing week one. That's the first thing. I want to focus on second of all. I'm hearing a lot of people talk about. You know what let's just tagging. We plan this year making play out the fifth year. The last year was rookie fifth year. Twenty thousand eighteen nineteen twenty fifth year of his deal. Make him play that out franchise tag for two years and then let him go. We t. j. watt for three more years had and we'd get him for an incredible bargain just like we've already had him for four and it's been an incredible bargain every single season. There's a problem with that. Right i off. Tj wide is a great player. He has shown he deserves a bigger contract. Does does anyone listening to this. Sitting there looking at tj white saying yeah but can teach you what a great player right. Continue wiping great player two years in a row. He was a top candidate for an fell defensive player of the year yet. We know he's great this. This isn't a. Let's wait and see if you're great in. Let's say if you develop. Tj maybe maybe you'll become a player that's worth a bigger contract. No he's already worth a bigger contract. Don't be stupid are you. Don't be silly. Tj watt already deserves a contract if he wants to be the highest paid defensive player in the nfl. Yeah he's in that category of guy until until unless aaron donald to signing the contract right now as well then he should be the highest paid player in the nfl. I don't. I don't have a problem with that. He definitely deserves to get more than myles. Garrett everyone in pittsburgh talking about how tj. What's the player that myers gary. And then say oh. Yeah but he's not worth. What miles guarantor. Well that doesn't make any sense. Second point i want to make is this. Isn't a player you mess around with tj. What knows his value. he knows it. he's not going to play games. The man has pride. He's not a sucker. He's not going to sit here. And say oh well still me to play for significantly less than i should get on the open market than my than my production is worth than. I'm worth as a player okay. I mean there's contracts and those deals the nfl and the nfl pa. sign this. i'll just go along with. That's not gonna happen. I mean really think about this. I want you to think about this has tj. What not delivered a clear message here. Has he failed to deliver a message. He is under contract right now. The steelers have him under contract right now. He is not practicing with the team. he's doing it in a nice way. He's like shown up. I'm still practicing just now team like you're gonna pay me. You want me to be a part of this team. You want me to play nice. You want me to be that leader you want me to be the hardest working person in the foot and the nfl. I'm there. I'm with you but you're gonna pay me. i am. Yeah he's worth it. If j. watt plays for less than he's worth he's dumb america's a capitalist country we're not communism we don't believe all. Nfl players are equal. Tj is more valuable so pay him more that simple also the franchise tag people act like tj has no leverage. And i want this up. I want to talk about the levy on bell situation. We're gonna talk about two thousand eighteen. Two thousand eighteen levy on bell had fifteen million dollar cap it. For the franchise tag fifteen million dollars right. He doesn't play. He doesn't signed his tag and he doesn't play. The pittsburgh steelers still had a cap hit of over fifteen million dollars locked up into le on bell. The season started the steelers still had fifteen million dollars of their cap. Hit locked up in levy on belt. They got just under one million back every single game. They played now. They got to roll that over the next year. But i want you to think about the two thousand eighteen season because you didn't have levy on belt but yet your salary cap had fifteen million dollars dedicated to lebanon bell. There was one free agent signing in two thousand eighteen where the two thousand eighteen cap it was. More than fifteen million dollars and that was kirk. Cousins signed that ridiculous big big..
Steelers LB T.J. Watt Still Not Practicing With Team as Week 1 Approaches
"Have sneaky big news coming out of pittsburgh. This is bad and it. Serious steelers superstar linebacker. Tj what is declining to practice. This has been getting very little attention. He's been sitting out since the start of camp wants to contract the steelers having given him one and it's almost impossible to quantify just how good this guy is. He comes off a season in which he led the league with fifteen sacks he had the best pass rush win rate sport meaning. He beat his blocker within two and a half seconds. So he's a superstar. This is a guy. many people are being. It'd be the defensive. Mvp and jeff. Can you explain because again. This is not getting as much attention as i think it should be. Exactly what it is going on there will let me explain why to you just mentioned. Tj watt has been sitting out. he actually hasn't and that's what makes this. Such a weird scenario. Is that because of the fines that players face for a holdout now mandated by the players or not sitting in essentially so he's been going through practices in individual drills but then sitting out team drills and there was sort of. I think there's lingering expectation that that would change once the regular season arrived. It hasn't now mike. Tomlin is scheduled to address the media today. Maybe we'll get some more clarity on what it would take if the team perhaps plans to suit them up anyway on sunday even though he's in team but no doubt a fascinating situation with this added layer the steelers on the fact. They do new deals with players during the regular season. So this doesn't get done before sunday. We're in new territory when it comes to the pittsburgh steelers and negotiations with players.
Playing Jazz With Charlie Watts, on Nights off From the Rolling Stones
"The rolling stones have often been described as the greatest rock and roll band in the history of rock and roll. We're talking over years about mick jagger. Brian jones keith. Richards bill wyman mick taylor and ronnie wood and the drummer charlie watts who was described in a recent new york times headline as the serene drummer who kept the stones rolling. That times article went on to say that while mr richards guitar. Riff defined the band's most famous single satisfaction. Mr watts drum pattern was just as essential. And that he charlie watts was quote relentless on painted black and supple on ruby tuesday and the master of funky groove on honky. Tonk woman not surprising since jazz was his. I love indeed stones guitarist. Keith richards road. The charlie watts has always been the bed that i lie on musically music including songs lyrics and performance. They are a powerful form of free speech protected by the first amendment and the rolling stones have helped us celebrate that freedom. Their drummer charlie. Watts gave us the satisfaction of music. That sustained us. He died in late august at the age of eighty
The 'Secrets of Playboy' Documentary Is Going to 'Me Too' Hugh Hefner
"I warned you about any networks releasing this secrets of Playboy early in 2022. It's gonna be a documentary about the hidden truths behind the Playboy empire. Viewed through these, well, the younger generation who haven't picked that the carcass of you hefner. And the quote from the vice president of programming is the fantasy world of Playboy has been shrouded in secrecy for decades and we're proud to lift the veil of these long hidden stories. It's a masterful example of brave storytelling that takes an unflinching look at the personal effects of you have this empire, but also exploring his legacy's larger influence on our society. But that's a bunch of shit. They're going to go after them. They're going to try to meet to him after he's dead. They're going to say all sorts of bad shit. They're going to turn the microphone on to a couple of girls who want to save bad shit because whatever reason, they fell out of favor the mansion. And I'll tell you in a second why a lot of girls fall out of favor at the mansion. It's not because you have to a meme wasn't mean man. Because he had principle principles of certain things and some of those girls broke those pencils. Some of those girls had cost them the playmate of the year. I'll get to that in a second. But this past girlfriends are on the show. Holly Madison Bridget Mark watt, Sandra Theodore, his personal secretary, and this chick that lived there a long time ago, Jennifer Saginaw. She's going to have a bad thing to say. I think she's the daughter of one of the best Friends. I think that was the doctor friend, doctor Mark Saginaw, maybe. I could be wrong. And I think that was have doctor. And this is his daughter. Either way. A lot of playmates are going bananas. They don't want to see this happen to have especially with his legacy being what it is and him being dead.
"watt" Discussed on Westward
"watt" Discussed on The Investigation Guru
"Support from people all over and they became part of our family in quote. The funeral janin's in the children's funeral was held at the sacred heart catholic church in pinehurst north carolina. Hundreds of mourners gathered in person thousands. More watch the livestream on facebook bother john. Forbes told mourners quote shannon was a woman of love she loved god her family and her friends she was a woman of determination and dreams to be fulfilled and she worked towards those dreams. She wanted to make a difference. She wanted to be an exceptional wife and mother. No one mentioned chris. So that is the story of chris. Watts inchon the two little girls. Bill in celeste. And what happened. In frederick's colorado is a very sad very shocking case because again two little children died in addition to a pregnant woman. Hope you enjoyed this episode. join us again next week. We are going to be discussing. The case of laurie. Valo or laurie debacle and impending or the subsequent disappearance murder of her two children who another one with children. So please be on. Look for that. We're going to try in post to quite a bit more frequently We're averaging about a week to ten days between episodes now and that's a pretty good schedule. I'd like to to keep that schedule going. So you can expect a new episode depending on a re really again on how much research is involved Some cases take a little bit longer to research than others during this time. We you know we took a little bit more time between our last episode in this one. Because we're we we were rebranding. You might have noticed some new music new voice actor new music so we got some new equipment so hopefully i. I sound a little bit better. I i've learned quite a bit more on on how to edit so Head to read. Door investigations dot com. And you'll be able to see all of the show notes you you can go to the red door investigations dot com slash behind the door. And you'll be able to find out exactly all of the stuff that we have. We're going to post the show notes. All post the police report from the chris. Watts case on there. And you'll also be able to listen to a lot of are other past episodes But starting with this episode and moving forward We're going to be focusing almost exclusively on true crime. We might throw in. You know private investigation episode here or there may be an interview section but again the vast majority of these episodes will be true crime cases like the one. We just went over today so again. Stay tuned Please scribe wherever you get your podcast. We're on all of the major platforms so week. Laurie value louis. Debacle hope to see you. Then take care. Sean how this has been the investigation. Guru hosted by sean and dana a presentation of red door investigations in the dfw metroplex texas specializing and infidelity fraud. Child custody missing persons and more check out our website at red door investigations dot com or on social media at red door for more fascinating deep dives into real true crime. Subscribe to the show today. Many elements of an investigation to remain secret. But not this podcast. Our best advertising has always been word of mouth. Please share the feed with a friend today. And if you'd like to support the show we offer some goodies on our patriot on at patriae on dot com slash. I envy guru pod. Thank you so much for listening and we'll see you next time..
"watt" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"Who hasn't kissed or guy for a long time a great leader to build around and a team a person that dead. The roster in Philadelphia rallied around Jalen hurts. They like him. He's their guy he went over that locker room and I'm very very excited for the future of Gala hurts whether or not that coach works out. I don't know but if the coach page will not be because Jalen hurts is not the right guy to be your starting quarterback in Philadelphia. Okay. Let's shift gears. Let me drink some water real quick first. Now I am late to this news. I think it's totally fine. But a while back the Texans did release JJ Watt their defensive tackle. I was so happy for the guy the dude is getting out of home in thank goodness. Good for JJ Watt number. He's a three-time former NFL defensive player of the year. He tweeted recently free agency. It's wild thoughts and every team in the NFL has made an offer or try to contact the guy. I'm very excited to see where JJ Watt is going to go, you know, even if he's not the same player he was five years ago in 2015 or I guess six years ago. Now time has flown by JJ Watt is still a study is a great player at the minimum a good player. But he's also a great leader in your locker room is viewed as a helpful. You can be a positive leader and a positive presence for young guys in your locker room. That's very attractive for games like the Arizona Cardinals or the Buffalo Bills. They're like, yes, we will take them. Leadership happily plus is good player. A lot of teams want JJ Watt. Now. My number one assumption is and I guess I would love to see JJ Watt bulb with the Pittsburgh Steelers because his brother TJ watt is there whose brother Derek Waters? They're both of his brothers are the Steelers went to the playoffs last year. They are they got I think a mediocre quarterback Big Bend, that would be it would make me pause. If I was JJ Watt. I don't want to go to a team with a better quarterback in my opinion Hall of Fame had a great career the great career appears to be over four big then he's declining but again, the brothers gave it a likely fit that Pittsburgh is the place where JJ.
"watt" Discussed on One and Dunne Radio
"Lhasa goes on this episode. Opened the show talking about the eagles and carson wentz and how they need to just basically take what they get and then tell the. Jj watt release. And what it means for the houston texans and probably. Why didn't want to release the shawn watson that point and then finally closing show talking about upset cinderella stories jeremy lin and the fcc you eagles.
"watt" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Superstar JJ Watt. What? After he and the team mutually agreed to part of the bet is the best apart. Waste. Where do you think J J Watt will wind up now? He is. I'm glad you asked that Gary played very much. Yes. Thank you points, bet dot com Odds were JJ Watt will end up Number one place where they say is going to end up. Yeah, with his brother and the Pittsburgh Steelers. G. So job, Earl comes both You girls gonna have a lot brother coming from his left, and it is right. He comes off a major injury and major surgery and has to face the Watt Brothers two games a year. Bingo. Until JJ Watt gets hurt, because that's been the pattern and then They say Pittsburgh? He could've number one is Pittsburgh number two is Green Bay. Number three is with Tampa Bay. The fourth best place he could end up is with the Ravens. And that's not good. Even the fifth place is the bears. So let's let's pray. It's not the Steelers of the Ravens. He's a 10 year run with the Texas Three time NFL Defensive player of the year five times. First teen all Pro five time pro Bowler Walter Payton, Man of the Year winner 101 sacks. Yeah, pretty impressive when he's when he's on the field detection problem. Texans will save $17.5 Million in cash and the salary cap space Bingo like to drizzle my caramel over my ice cream. It's all about the Jack. It's all about the drizzle, According to Brantley, yes engineer usually is college basketball coach this basketball tonight? Cincinnati Bear Cats have their first home game since January. 2nd amazing No fans can go there, but the temple out You're in town. 6 35 after an extended sports talk with Lance, He's working hard tonight and Kay, you winners. A six in a row, My beloved North face, Green Bay. The action and 4 30 on ESPN, 15, 30, Milwaukee and right state Tonight in Akron takes on Miami. Now, tomorrow, Big East play Xavier's back in action and sent to center 11 30 against a Yukon Right here on 700 wlw. That wasn't it Feels good is NK you doing the Same thing again this weekend where they play the Yes. Well, that's team that's a horizon Horizon League, right? I was talking more about this. You know how how many games they've missed? Hardly none at all. Correct because they set it up the right way. It played double headers and its limits the travel, you know, they, you know the team's air in one city playing their their back to back that's correct. It's a sport that was that was pretty good plan. The Horizon League.
"watt" Discussed on Tipsy Tales
"I think the most compelling evidence as easy as the vp's almasy. Yeah they go. Yeah and the the mommy is very faint. I don't i don't remember exactly what it said. It was like this is our house. Yeah so this house. Yeah and i list see see and our yeah and super cruel to me as like why did he put them in separate tanks. They asked him that he didn't have a response. It was just like he. S tank for you. And i appreciate him really know why he thought either exactly But i mean i oh and to this day i think to this day They haven't been able to sell the house. Nobody wants to buy it. They've even cut down the price they've it's went on for auction. It is definitely going to be haunted by it. You it's beautiful house. I think i would take him down and her kids. Happy birthday commented on was like how nice neighborhood house was like. Yeah this whole picture. Perfect like the neighbors think that they should just knock it down. Put a little park there. Something either but yeah it's I think it's a pretty house. So i mean i would take shinhan and her kids as ghosts. I'd be okay with that as long as you know. 'cause they wanna stay with us energy. That was how i cleanse. Shut up a minute. Yeah it's only gonna be good energy after. Yeah yeah. i'm trying to see if i missed anything to make sure that I think to me the most compelling evidence that would cause it's just like you can see how caught by surprise the the cops with the dogs are looking What was that. What was the and then. She was also on that blue thing and see if it makes it sound. It's an no day heard a bunket themselves. Yeah what was that. Yeah yeah and it was clearly like. Oh it's loud and it is a and i'm probably gonna put it right here. Yes unity.
"watt" Discussed on Tipsy Tales
"Rate is constantly. That's interesting so i just wonder if that had something to do with his brain to but snow responsibility thing. That comes into play here sometimes. There's other things too though right but anyway okay paranormal. Go okay you go okay. Well i'm going to stay so on the police cameras on their footage there are. I watched it clean out without parole. People saying this and that and then the first initial there are some things that when i went watched i was like okay. Dad's ball shit. There's nothing there right so sometimes people just like to make you think there some there when there isn't okay but that one but it of when they're in there with a dog came when they take the dogs so the very first time they go in and they have the dogs sniffing around the house they go into shannon's closet and after entering her closet. Did you hear the army and it says here. Yeah mommy and later on the mommies very faint. And then you have to you hear me. Does it talks only heard it once and then you hear okay. Here's something did you know. Oh my god. It was so spooky crazy. They didn't even know about this part until she mentioned that there was a paranormal part. And i went back. And i was like. Oh my god they win. Yeah they paired up the you know the video where they have at. Nicole is like doing this tonight. i guess she had left him a voicemail or something also and in the voicemail it she giggles it's sounds. It's exactly like that giggle. They the two giggles three other. We call nicole the bad one okay the mistress and so they put that nicole was she was leaving him a message. She's like oh can't. Is that giggle. Because like the giggle when they're like the dogs are going through the clock. No i'm saying that's legit giggle. I'm saying they took the giggle from the voicemail. If and they it sounds just like the ghosts could be. Yeah but anyway okay. So that aside even the police or the investigators when they have the dogs. They heard the giggle with their own. Years was loud enough to hear and they thought maybe they stepped on a toy or something they were like. Did you hear that you heard that right. Yes sound like a kid's toy. Tempt like a giggle right. And so they heard it so that just acknowledges that's real and it really happened and it's not somebody making sure that just because okay then The police are called when by neighbors. They the houses empty it's vacant. He's arrested the family's dead. The neighbors see the garage lights. Go on and they also see a woman go into the house and they're like now. Nobody's in there so they call the police. The police go when they get into the house. And you clearly here. Vp's that are like that. Say this house or things like that. And so i'm pretty sure that's when they were doing. Is that when they went into. Check the house or is that when they were originally were there. The dogs were there. Yeah that's when the dogs were there but anyway there's a whole bunch of lay outside the sound. Yeah and there's a whole bunch of vp's dowling frequent Sounded like this cease. all right. am. I dropped those here. Here's a picture of her shorts. Walk.
"watt" Discussed on Tipsy Tales
"How many he less giving and say when i think when you're close to people and you realize that all sinners demeanor that can things up there. I mean the footage of them in the house even the husband's lakes. Oh her phone's right here. In half off or he was trying to play it off but i'm sure infernally he's like. Oh shit you know on these people that know the wife in them the best. They're picking up all unlike. I dunno since kind of fishy. Sometimes when you're to calm you give away. Yeah right definitely okay. Also weird is a fact that when the cops wanted access to sh- nans and banking details like just to see if there was like some unusual withdrawals or yeah exactly 'cause they're trying to figure out you know okay. She's not here if she left you. Like what is she doing all right. So chris watt says. He had the password for the bank. Couldn't remember the username. Dan when he said he doesn't know the password for shannon's follow nicole. Accesses it she's. I don't even know the password password sane. I don't even know if there was a password. Like she probably just opened thousand. Say i think they just unlocked it. Yeah i remember. Maybe it wasn't password. I don't remember picking up on that so she allows officers to see what's in there. There had been zero activity on our phones and she arrived home at one forty eight. Incidentally this further supports the contention that she was murdered immediately upon arriving except for he was very calculated in sending her a lot of texts. Right are you okay. Where are you. what's going on. he's trying to cover his ass. Oh yeah. I was concerned. Why wasn't she texted me right right. But isn't it weird. Did you watch some of the footage be of Would he gets to the house like how he just kinda just going through the house hold me is just like nothing. I mean you could tell. He seemed like a little bit like excitable. Like like nervous to me. That's kind of what i had picked up on. And he's walking around and he was like. Oh well her phones just right here on your your daughters. I haven't been wearing my kids. Yeah yeah well get to it. Okay i get. It just comes to that like where you're trying to play off like year overplaying off yet. He definitely not nervous. Yeah i mean if there was like if they were having marital strife or whatever you think he would been like. She better not took my kids. You know what. I mean like even saying i don't know she kidnapped my kids right. Yeah okay we're was my first thing. If i was the husband. I'd be like she kidnapped my kids because we were talking about getting. I told her. I don't love her anymore. And i wanna get separated and she said i'd never see my kids get so. She probably went back home to her parents that she took my kid. Okay so now that you said that when i was remembering the footage were nicole's for stocking the officer and she tells the officer that apparently like he's planning on leaving her and that's something she did it now. Oh i am because she hadn't talked to her friend about that right because she would have had she known. That's amazing right rennie. Oh back to the footage of the frank that the neighbor caught max his car. He never backs up his track. That's when he kept saying occasionally. I'll back up my truck and loaded..