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S2E3 Nightmare on Top of a Nightmare

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S2E3 Nightmare on Top of a Nightmare

"Don't want to wait for new episodes of cold. All thirteen episodes of cold season to justice for joyce are available right now on amazon music. You can listen to the entire season for free by going to amazon dot com slash cold podcast or by downloading the amazon music app and following cold. This podcast includes discussion of rape and sexual assault abuse murder and other criminal behavior listener discretion is advised clearfield police detective bill hold house had a search warrant for doug levels mazda. Rx seven the car sat in an impound lot where it had been for four days ever since bill had pulled dug out of it and arrested for the rape of joyce joost. Bill suspect that he might find a gun in the car or possibly bloodstains. He came up empty on both fronts. He did however locate six capsules containing an unidentified white powder. That wasn't all in the process of doing the car. We noticed the vin number. A car's vin number is a unique identifier. Like a serial number in. Police will tell you. There's more than one van on a car so the other also crawled underneath and found the chassis. Then it didn't match. The car had two different vin numbers. Bill ran both through. Nci the fbi national crime database. The chassis vin came back as stolen doug levels little red mazda was hot This is cold season two episode three nightmare on top of a nightmare from ksl podcasts. I'm dave collie we'll be right back. Where will twenty twenty one take you with. A degree from university of maryland global campus. It could take you far accredited state university you. Mdc has been online for more than twenty years helping working adults and servicemembers learn the skills they need for the careers they want and with no application fee through august thirty first. There's no better time to start you. Mdc offers career. Relevant programs no cost digital materials for most courses and ninety plus degrees specializations and certificates with virtual advising lifetime. Career services and scholarships for those who qualify you. Mdc is by your side gain. The practical knowledge needed for success with the flexibility to study. Wherever you are on your own schedule apply by august thirty first and have your application fee. Waived learn more about university of maryland. Global campus and the programs they offer at u. m. c. dot edu slash p. o. d. c. a. s. t. That's dot edu slash podcast. Bill hold house had some questions for doug level about his mazda. We had impounded his car. Of course i should say that like why did it have two different vin numbers. He confronted dug a few hours after making that discovery. According to police reports doug claimed a few months earlier he'd gone to a business in ogden called lincoln auto looking to buy an rx seven lincoln auto had connected him with a guy named marvin fluky girl who ran a shop called body. Beauty in the city of logan fluky had a blue are seven on his lot. The body was damaged beyond repair but the frame and engine were still good. Doug told bill he had initially planned to convert the wreck into a sand. Rail or dune buggy. He obtained a loan for the car through america first credit union. You've already heard part of this story from susan. The lone officer was to purchase in eighty two miles to our at seven and he wanted the check. Made out this marvin fluke kinder- i have a copy of this check which includes both doug and marvin's name's doug told bill he paid marvin to the wreck to a storage unit where he planned to do the conversion sometime later. Doug said he'd been shooting pool at a hole in the wall bar and pizza joint called the circle in when he met a mechanic. This guy doug said had offered to restore the wrecked mazda for the low low price of three grand. Doug gave this guy the keys to his storage unit and two weeks later went to claim his prize. The car which had been blue was now red. Make a long story short on that. The coastal as for the swapped vin number. Well doug didn't know anything about that. We found out later that he was partially involved in a stolen car ring. I will go deeper into this in just a bit first. Let's talk about how doug had managed to get out of jail following his arrest on suspicion of rape. Doug had told his family as well as his wife rhonda. It was a misunderstanding. Doug would later say his father told him something. Along the lines of no son of mine could commit rape. Doug didn't have the money to post bail himself. He convinced his dad to do it for him. If doug were to run his dad would be stuck paying the full twenty five thousand dollars but doug had no intention of running. Doug returned to the ogden main branch of america first credit union. After getting out of jail he needed to talk to his friend. Susan because he no longer had the car on which he was supposed to be making payments explained to him the normal situation when a car impounded. They notify the lien holder. And then we'll pick up. The car site explained all that to this raised the question. Why had police impounded the car. Doug told susan he'd been hustled by a woman. He had gone to the woman's apartment and spent the night with her. She was begging him not to leave and that he finally left went home to ease apartment cleaned up and was going to work. And please pick them up on the highway. Doug told susan the woman with whom he had slept was now making a phony accusation of rape. And he did tell me all about she going to prosecute me right and he asked me what what he should do and i told him he needed to get a good attorney. Doug had a different idea. He explained he had separated from his wife rhonda. He acts like he needed someone to talk to and asked me if he you know we could go have a cup of coffee or go to lunch. Susan felt no desire to interact with doug in any kind of social setting. She told him no. Doug had other friends with whom to speak one of them. Named william whiz well who was better known by his straightening. Billy jack was living in. Grand junction colorado. That's where he was when in late. April of nineteen eighty five. He received a phone call. Doug told billy jack he had a job for him and billy. Jack said he was gained. Doug made the five hour drive to grand junction that same day. Doug had i met william while in the utah state prison five years earlier. Billy jack wasn't a big man only standing about five foot three but he found doug ford pickup truck quite cramped as he slid onto the bench seat. He had to share space not only with doug but also rhonda and her little daughter lucia. Bill hold house told me doug and rhonda had been estranged at the time of the rape. He was at that time separated from his wife. He was living in the house. They're done in clearfield. She was living up in the apartment south but they had reconciled since rhonda had rented a place at the lake park apartments less than a mile and a half as the crow flies from joyce joost's apartment in south ogden. Doug abandoned his house in clearfield and moved in with rhonda there. That is where he was taking billy jack. They didn't talk much on this long drive. Doug only talked about the job. After alicia had dozed off saying he would pay five thousand dollars for billy jack to kill joyce joost bill hold house kept in touch with joy in the days and weeks following the rape i had two or three telephone conversations with her and once i went to her apartment spoke either and One time she came into the office she provided hair and blood samples for the crime lab during that office. Visit on may ninth. Nineteen eighty-five joyce's ex husband. Mel roberts told me she had discussed the rape with him as well at had tremendous emotional effect on mel had encouraged joyce to move forward with criminal charges. She did while also trying to shield her daughter and son from the details. She didn't let it define her. Why i can't imagine as a woman not letting that you'll live inside. Bill meantime kept busy chasing down leads. He learned doug's mazda had disappeared from dealership called carlson cadillac in salt lake city in may of eighty four. That case was still open and assigned to a salt lake city police. Detective named ron green leaf. It was my case to follow up on because it was on automobile. Like we call dealer role. Don't told ron he was investigating a rape. The suspect was douglas level and that he was in this red vehicle which was stolen. Ron headed up to clearfield to take a look at the mazda. Their seventeen digits event number and every one of them means something like wear and win. The car was built. What type of engine it came with and even what color it had been painted at the factory. Ron brought a large book. He called the svn bible. It contained the codes. Auto manufacturers used to generate vin numbers as well as the locations of secret. Vins we confirm that definitely. That was the car no doubt about. the detectives. Next turned their attention to lincoln. Auto lincoln is where he got the so. It's fan. ron told me he and many other utah detectives who investigated car-thefts back in the eighties. Harbored suspicions. About lincoln auto. Because a would go out of state and you could always see them on the freeway with car carriers taken damaged vehicles back and generally they were always high end vehicles. Those wrecked cars would then sit on the lincoln lot. Why would a junkyard and ogden. Utah the accumulating high end vehicles. Ron leaned on the folks at lincoln auto and learned doug level had been involved in the transfer of another salvaged vehicle. There's also a pickup truck. That was involved. It was off another lot. A white nine thousand nine hundred eighty five toyota. Sr five pickup truck stolen from dan's used cars in salt lake city in october of eighty four. This was another of ron. Green leaves open cases like the mazda. The toyota had gone through. Marvin fluker shop body beauty. Before receiving a new salvage. Title from lincoln auto. The detectives tracked down the toyota and discovered. It too. Had a mismatched vin. Somebody we didn't know was him. We persona was in that switched the dash vin number of vin number on dash. I have to be careful here. As marvin geico was never arrested or charged with any crime related to these vehicles nor the owners of lincoln auto but investigators did not believe doug had acted alone. The way they did it was they would go drive a car from a used car lot to test it while they had it copies of the keys made they would come back later and steal the car and that's how they got. The cars. stolen cars are tough to register since they can be traced by their vin numbers a moment ago. Ron posed a rhetorical question about why a junkyard would want to stockpile fancy but smashed up cars. One reason could be if they were running. What's known as a salvage switch or vince wop scam. In that case a thief would go to the junkyard. Seeking something very specific. I would tell you all what is the vehicle identification number the vin plates. And i won't the title. The thief could then graft the vin plates from the salvage car onto the stolen one presenting the stolen car. As if it's the wreck after a rebuild that way the stolen car gets a new title under the swap vin number which allows it to be legally sold and registered in other words. It's fraud. The shadow of ben lomond peak stretched out across the horse pastures of the ogden valley. The north fork of the ogden river babbled through the pastoral town of liberty on its way down toward pine view reservoir to the north the last light of day lifted from the slopes of the powder mountain ski resort and the mountains around it doug level had grown up hunting those hills so on this evening may fifth nineteen eighty five. He sat in familiar surroundings as the skies slid through the lavender hughes of twilight. Doug and his friend billy. Jack sat in a parked volkswagen. They were hunting but not for deer. Instead they watched as the lights came on in the windows of the farm houses. One house caught doug i it remained dark. The house belonged to cody and karen. Montgomery a couple with deep family roots in the ogden valley who had just built our home. And we'd been there maybe two years that afternoon. Cody and karen had taken their kids. Including jessica cody junior and chad to visit a relative. Were going to go down to cody's grandma's just down the road and get a haircut. Jessica was then six going on seven and wasn't all that interested in tagging along with her little brother's she just wanted to stay home and read reader book. That's karen by the way she convinced her daughter. It was better to come than stay home alone. And the montgomery's headed up the dirt road. It's just across the field. You can see it from the field. Just walking distance very close but far enough for doug he in village. Jack crept from the volkswagen toward the open garage door. We had left the garage door open. Because there's nobody happier and hit paydirt. Almost immediately cody senior had left a gun against the wall of the mud room. Doug snatched it. It's a four level split and the garage was opened the door that he went into came in from the garage and that was kind of a mud room and then next to the mud room was the washroom the laundry room and then there is a basement right there. Doug and billy. Jack spotted more guns in the basement. Cody senior was storing. His father-in-law ted hillstead collection of rifles and shotguns. There there was no door to the basement so you could just see right in the basement and they were just at the back to heart fine now. It wasn't the montgomerie family returned home around ten pm. As cody senior steered into the gravel driveway. His headlights swept across a shell. Built a piece of hunting gear that holds shotgun shells. Doug or maybe. Billy jacket dropped it on the way out of the house. You guys knew right when we got there. This off avenue was out toady senior. Put the car in park and told his children to stay. Put 'cause we had to stay in the car. I and then dad went through the whole house and crawl up in the attic and everything like check the whole every corner of the house out before he'd let us in. Karen followed her husband through the house she could see. Someone had ransacked the master bedroom. I went in my bedroom. When i could tell that my five gallon. Jarve change with gone and our drawers had been gone through far-flung and sparsely populated liberty was not one of the most active aries for crime in weaver county response. Times were slow. Cody and karen did a more detailed sweep. While they waited for sheriff's deputy to arrive. We start looking around and went downstairs and notice that the guns were gone and some other things were missing from downstairs. The deputy made a list of the missing guns there were seven in total four shotguns and three rifles after they told us. You probably won't see the guns again. Just we'll keep you formed. If there's anything that happens comes of it. Cody and karen. Montgomery wouldn't hear anything more about these missing guns for years. Doug and billy. Jack came away from that theft with more guns than they needed the following weekend over mother's day doug rhonda and billy jack made a road trip out to utah's west desert. They went out past kallio a small farming community along the old pony express trail to an old homesteaders cabin. Doug knew about from hunting trips to the deep creek mountains along the utah nevada border. They dug a hole just out of the cabin and buried several of the guns. They had left one at home. A winchester twelve hundred. They were driving back home. Where about half way back. When near the city of nathan. I dug pulled to the side of the highway to allow billy jack to empty his bladder. Utah highway patrol trooper. Took notice stopped and arrested doug on suspicion of driving under the influence. Billy jack ended up in the drunk tank as well leaving rhonda to bail them both out of jail word of this. Dui arrest did not get back to bill hold house nearby. Sits about one hundred miles to the south of clearfield and eighty-five even police agencies next door to one another in utah. Struggled to communicate at that time We couldn't talk to ogden. We could talk to any of those other places except on one frequency it was called state statewide. And you only ever used that for emergencies. Doug and billy. Jack returned to rhonda's apartment after she bailed them out and reunited with the stolen winchester. Billy jack took a hacksaw and chopped it to make the weapon easier to conceal and use at close range. Getting caught with that illegally modified short barrel shotgun would likely land billy jack in federal prison. He certainly could not just carry the winchester down the street to joyce's apartment. He needed to conceal it so he fished a long rectangular box which had originally held fluorescent light tubes out of a garbage. Can doug provided billy jack. With an outline of the plot. He would go visit his dad in the evening giving himself an alibi. Billy jack meantime would walk up washington boulevard with the winchester. They scouted out. Joyce's four plex. Doug showed billy jack where she parked at night. They even stalked her to work one day following her forty miles south into the salt lake valley. Doug bought a box of shotgun shells while down there. He gave billy jack a handful to take with him on the agreed upon night. Dusk was coming on. When billy jack set out with his florescent light box. He walked to joyce's apartment and took position behind some bushes across the street. He could see joyce wasn't home. Her oldsmobile was absent from the carport so he settled in and waited drinking beer after beer. The winchester close at hand. The hands of the clock spun round. Billy jack at last asked himself if it was worth it. He decided he couldn't do it. He grabbed box. Heavy with its payload of blue steel stood and started walking back the way he'd come. He'd gone about two blocks to the west. When in line of sight of south ogden police headquarters he ducked into a patch of trees. He found some soft ground beneath a large pine tree and dug into with his gloved hands. The winchester went into the hole along with the shotgun shells and the gloves. Doug was not happy when he came home from his dad's house and discovered the hit had not happened. Billy jack said it wasn't his fault. Joyce had never arrived home. Doug told billy jack he needed to try again. They scouted joyce's apartment once more. And doug gave billy jack fifty dollars a down payment on the five grand. That was to come billy. Jack told doug he would take care of it then. He used the money to get drunk and over memorial day weekend. He packed his things. Thumbed ride and hitchhiked his way out of town doug's arrest for dui on the way back from burying the guns put him in a bind. If word of it got back to his bosses at the ideal cement company. He would lose his job. Hardly a day had passed since billy. Jack's disappearing act at the end of may. Before doug came up with a plan he went to work and while they're claimed to have tweaked his back. The injury if there even was one was not serious. but doug filed for workers compensation. He went in for a medical exam and exaggerated the severity of his pain. The doctor prescribed muscle relaxers which he took doug then went to another doctor under the guise of seeking a second opinion and then another. He collected scripts for perkins. Dan percocet and valium. He took those two in fact so great was his phantom pain that he received more muscle relaxers and even halcion to help him sleep at night. Doug consumed those pills. At sometimes. Two to three times the prescribed dosage. Not because he was in pain but because he had become addicted at the start of june doug's mind turned to another man he believed capable of killing. Joyce tom peters doug had met tom at the utah state prison in seventy nine. Tom had had a reputation. There as a bruiser. Ah so called debt collector. He had done time in maximum security prisons in both california and colorado. Tom was also acquainted with doug's accomplices. From the robbery. At the you save market cheryl chestnut and ray dodge bersani route some own. I'm not celebrate. Can time her. Tom had lived with doug and rhonda four time after getting out of prison. Thomas actually had a wife then but wasn't welcome to live with her because he also had a series of girlfriends. Tom would later tell police he. And doug spent those weeks in eighty-three carrying out a string of petty burglaries. Somebody's porridge not pros. Grouts and by the spring of eighty five. Tom had moved in with becky. One of those girlfriends on the west side of the salt lake valley. Doug tom becky's place and told him he needed help. Taking care of a woman he was willing to pay to make it happen. Tom's ears perked up at the mention of money comes back. Don't be just don't monies. I handle hundreds and hundreds of dollars a schemes scams. Tom had a nasty heroin habit. Doug and rhonda drove down to visit tom. At becky's apartment could kind of person. I seen before as wrong. very sweet. Tom hadn't known doug to use drugs before but found him now. Angry and erotic chris. Seattle dries His house doug was due in court in just days on june twelfth for a preliminary hearing. He won't joys gone before she could testify. He had a fresh workers. Compensation check for eight hundred dollars. It was tom if he wanted it as down. Payment couch is track. I'm trying to make promises. Tom told doug he would do it. Tom didn't intend to carry out the hit though. He just saw it as an opportunity to secure his next fix. I don't be street anyway. Tom talked it over with his girlfriend. Becky after doug and rondo left they hatched a plan. Tom would take the money. Use half of it to buy heroin. And then take the other half to las vegas or wendover. He would gamble it double it back to the original amount. Then return the eight hundred dollars to doug and say sorry can't do it. Tom drove up to ogden. A few days later he met up with doug near the utah state employees credit union branch on forty second street and harrison boulevard. Where ron did her banking next. They rolled down fortieth street to scope out. Joyce's apartment duggan rhonda had already gone and cased joyce's apartment themselves on one of those trips. Doug had discovered the back window on the east side of joyce's unit did not latch tight. He could slide it open from the outside. Kara losada's longer often just know tom understood. Doug wanted him to make it appear as though she had skipped town. Doug said to take joyce up in the mountains. They agreed on a date. Doug knew his family would be gathered at his dad's cabin on this particular night. He arranged to be there with rhonda to provide an alibi. Once at the cabin. Doug kept flipping on a portable radio. So he could listen to the hourly news. He expected to hear something about a murder in south ogden. That news report never came. 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Joyce and bill were the only two witnesses called to testify at the pre limb by the prosecutor brian namba. It was pretty serious case or an attorney with his experiences. I had it was probably the most serious case that i'd had up to that point. Brian was just a few years out of law school. He only been at the davis county attorney's office for about a year. Doug also had an attorney one who was much more seasoned jon hutchison. John was very colorful guy hutch as people called him had a bit of a reputation. I think that his rough exterior was intimidating. Young attorneys when. I first met him you know. I was somewhat intimidated by him. John often showed up to court in moccasins and a nehru jacket. He had long hair. You know he was sort of a hippy. In the early years that he refused to wear necktie had were beaten. Things like that when when he went to court But excellent attorney an excellent lethal mind. He rarely advised his clients to waive their right to a preliminary hearing. The defense attorney can use the preliminary hearing as a tool of discovery to find out. What the witnesses going to say to limit what the witness can say when they get to the trial and to help them to be prepare. Some sort of a defense. That's how joyce came to sit on the witness stand on that june day. It was the first time she had seen doug. Since the night of the rape i went with her. I didn't go into the courtroom. Though that i was there with her. That's joyce's daughter. Kim salazar she and her husband randy had turned out to support. Joyce do you remember her saying she wanted. You understand because. I believe the told her if she told anybody he prompts he combat killer but i was just trying to tell her that i love or not and i stood behind her shoes. Frayed of joyce had not revealed the rape to her son. Greg roberts who was at the time attending dental school in virginia until the time of this court hearing. Maybe that's what she called me and told me joyce hadn't wanted what had happened to interfere with greg's studies. I think i got a muted story for sure from her. She didn't really let on much that everything that was going on surrounding it. Joyce had been more candid. With mel roberts her ex husband. She was concerned about going forward with charges. And i said you know. You're to yourself into kim and greco to hang that sub bitch. She had told mel she feared having her. Private life dissected in public in on she was prepared to be drug through the mud gushing other going to. And i said you just have to tell you what the great sauk and we you know. It's not true bill. Hold house listened to her testimony. Remember that had basically went to script. Brian ask the questions. There were in my police report. She portrayed a really nice image she. She was very likable. But i think she was embarrassed about the whole thing. She didn't really relish the thought of testifying and so she did leave some things out. He walked her step by step through the story. Her responses were not as detailed as they had been the night of but they were consistent. That is until. Brian asked if the assault had included anything other than quote normal sacks. Joyce said no. Brian had read the reports. He knew what doug had forced joyce to do when she wouldn't say voluntarily. The tiro visa prosecutor have to walk his that. You're not allowed to ask leading questions of your own witness. Joyce couldn't bring herself to talk about it in open court so when she didn't volunteered i try to figure out ways to ask the question using different words but without leading earned and that was kind of difficult. Brian tried to rephrase john objected but was overruled. The judge kept giving me a chance because he knew what was in. The problem caused even on the information. But she just wouldn't say This was a blow to the state's case but not a fatal one. John took his turn questioning. Joyce hadn't she offered to go have coffee with doug. How had she identified his car. If she hadn't seen its license plate. Mr levels attorney a chapter up on a couple. Three things didn't work to the point of greatest substance in john's questioning revolved around the medical exam. Joyce had undergone. What's known as a rape kit. The doctors and nurses notes along with the forensics gathered. During that exam had been passed to the police prosecution and defense they had become part of the record of the case. However that's not the same thing as being public. I will again acknowledge here. As i did last episode that joyce is not able to provide consent for release of this information. I have personally reviewed the rape kit records but em only revealing a sliver of what they say in this forum because they are factually relevant and were discussed in open court. Defense attorney jon. Hutchison asked joyce he knew whether or not the doctor had observed any vaginal tearing a possible indicator of forcible sex joyce replied. She didn't know the doctor's report didn't mention any vaginal tearing but then remember joyce had cooperated with her attacker following the initial barrage in her car. Because i was taking a certain amount of his focus law does and decided to cooperate so the absence of those other injuries was not unexpected. There was another issue with the rape kit evidence the crime lab tested oral and vaginal swabs collected from joyce the vaginal swab contained traces of seminal fluid. The oral however did not that meant the state had no physical evidence to support the sodomy charge. There's a good reason why that swab came back. Negative the doctor's notes stated wild. Joyce hadn't showered following her assault. She had taken a drink of water. These two factors joyce's reluctant to testify to the sodomy and the lack of supporting evidence led to the judge dismissing the sodomy count but she held up welder preliminary other than newer something. She didn't wanna talk about. joyce left. The hearing recognizing her reluctance had hurt the prosecution's case. She knew that there was things that she didn't say she probably should said but she was ashamed. And she wouldn't say it was her nightmare. Scenario like the scenes in that. Tv movie she had watched a case of rape yet she had faced it. Kim's husband randy said his mother-in-law had shown tremendous courage. This man had ruined her life and her kids life and and what. She wasn't scared anymore. She was telling the truth. And everything. You told me you're gonna kill me queue. You don't what you go to prison for. What you did to me. As for doug he would remain free on bond at least until his arraignment hearing on june twentieth. Jon hutchison showed up in court on june twentieth without his client. Doug he said was unavailable and incapacitated by a back injury. The story of the back injury had taken on a life of its own. Doug now had crutches and doctors notes. Plenty bill hold house. Thought it was all baloney never saw any indication. It was anything wrong with his health at all. He was thin to begin with. He wasn't heavy kit. Actually you know thought is being in pretty good shape. John asked the judge to postpone the arraignment. The judge agreed to a one week delay. Doug was not convalescing at home. He had taken rhonda's car that day driven to a mountain reservoir called east canyon and spent time drinking beer and boating. When doug returned home that evening rhonda had discovered. He had smashed up her car while driving. Intoxicated i'm going to kill joyce joost ronda would later say. He told her later that night police received a nine one. One call from a man who lived in the same apartment complex. Ask doug and rhonda. He had seen a blue pickup truck crashed into a parked flatbed in the parking lot of the lake park apartments. Those apartments sit on the west side of. Us highway eighty nine the road which also goes by the name. Washington boulevard is one of the primary north south arteries of utah's weber valley and it serves as the dividing line between the communities of south ogden to the east where joyce lived and washington terrace to the west because the nine one one call came from a location just two hundred or so feet on the west side of that dividing line. The dispatcher sent out an officer from washington terrace officer. Tj harper received the information at about eleven pm. He drove his patrol car over to the complex and spotted the blue ford pickup truck turning northbound onto washington boulevard. he radioed for backup and pulled. The truck over harper would write in his official report. He noted the smell of alcohol as he approached the truck. How much have you had to drink tonight. Harbor asked a couple of beers came the reply. Did you hit another vehicle back there at the lake park apartments. He asked now but some guy says i did. The driver said harper told the driver doug level he appeared to be intoxicated and would have to take a field sobriety test. A couple more patrol cars showed up about this time. They had come not from south ogden but instead from the city of riverdale even farther to the west officer harper put dug through a few quick tests which doug failed he then placed dug under arrest. The to riverdale officers began the process of impounding the pickup truck officer. Steve halliwell took a look inside the cab. He spotted a handgun under the driver's seat. A beretta model nine fifty. B s also known as the minks. This tiny semiautomatic pocket pistol fired. Twenty two caliber short rounds. What it lacked in punch it made up for in sheer sleekness. Hallo l. slid the magazine out of the gun. There were six rounds in the clip as well as one in the chamber. Ready to fire state and federal law prohibited doug from possessing firearms. Let alone a loaded. Concealed handgun wiling toxic aided and leaving the scene of an accident. This was at very least a violation of the terms of his pretrial. Release in the rape case. What none of the officers seemed to realize that night was doug had skipped court earlier that same day at that time there was very little communication between davis county county. We didn't have the same radio frequencies the washington terrace and riverdale officers apparently did not know doug stood accused of kidnapping and rape. They didn't piece together. He had been headed toward choices apartment when they had stopped him and found the little mouse gun and once again. No one bothered to tell clearfield police. Detective bill hold house. So i doubt they even really knew much about our case at that time and i didn't know anything about the dui there or more davis county prosecutor brian namba. You didn't have a lot of intelligence going on from one person to the other one agency to the other had someone with knowledge of the joyce joost case been involved in or informed of this. Dui arrest they might have realized he was on his way to joyce's apartment to kill her county. Sheriff they had enough cars that they would have briefings when they had shift change but smaller agencies is just one officer turning over the keys to the other officer and saying well. This is what happened tonight. It was after midnight when officer harper booked doug on suspicion of dui leaving the scene of an accident carrying a concealed weapon and illegal possession of a firearm by a restricted person prosecutors in we burke county filed formal charges later that same day again. No one bothered to communicate this to brian namba the prosecutor handling the rape case in neighboring davis county. You know they didn't have loved computer communication going on in those days just paper and they've probably never found out about so it was that doug level an ex-con with a history of violence who was out of jail on bond while awaiting trial for rape who police had caught with a loaded. Firearm was allowed to bail out of jail again. And joyce had no idea about any of it. One week later on june twenty sixth doug went before utah. Second district court judge rodney page for his arraignment in the rape case the purpose of ramos for the defendant declare whether he's guilty or not guilty. He pleaded not guilty to all charges. He would have heard what the evidence is against him. Preliminary hearing and when he declares that he's not guilty than that sets the stage for us set trial judge page scheduled. A trial for august twentieth. Brian namba asked the judge to compel doug to provide blood hair and saliva samples to be used in forensic tests. Doug's attorney objected but judge page issued an order to make it so judge. Page also signed. What's known as a hold order. I have a copy of this document. It reads quote. The defendant is ordered held until further notice of this court. Clear language from the judge. Saying keep this guy locked up until i say otherwise a week and a half later on july eighth. The situation with the stolen mazda came to a head salt lake city police. Detective ron greenleaf had obtained an arrest warrant possession of a stolen vehicle. There were two separate charges. One for the mazda. Seven and the other for the toyota pick-up ron drove up from salt. Lake late that afternoon and arrested doug. It was very talkative but not didn't give me one iota of information regarding this case or the stolen vehicles was just like you know. How's the weather. Gee this is fun. You know haven't been outside for well which in handcuffs. They arrived at the salt lake. County jail ron walked dug in through the sally port. He then hung around waiting and watching as doug went through the booking process. That didn't finish until a little after midnight. He just said. I guess i'll be seeing you in court. I said yes. You will run. Didn't see dug in court. Jail records show staff there. Let doug walk at one forty five. Am on july ninth a little over one hour after he was booked this even though the felony car theft charges would have been more than enough for judge to revoke his bail in the rape case. Meantime the davis county attorney's office was trying to find doug to serve the court order demanding. He provide blood and hair samples. He wasn't in the county jail. Where according to judge pages hold order. He was supposed to be detective. Bill holt house went to work tracking him down. Bill went to doug and rhonda's apartment in washington terrace on july seventeenth. He knocked on the door and was surprised when doug answered bill figured in that moment that the hold order must've been rescinded. He told doug needed to go to the hospital for the blood draw. Doug said wasn't a good time. He was babysitting his wife. Rhonda's then four year old daughter alicia. The mother was not there. Rhonda worked for the state at an office in downtown ogden and was gone during the day. Maybe bill could come back another time. Doug suggested. I was not willing to come back another time. So i told him that we can take. The daughter wins. Doug and alicia piled into bills police car. They drove around hill. Air force base to a hospital in the city of leighton for the blood. Draw on the drive back. Bill took a route that went past the bases southgate. At that time there was a large f one zero five on the stanchion which was their to see and the young girl made a comment about the airplane. Bill asked alicia to see the plane up close and offer. She eagerly accepted. This was not her fault. You know that we were in the situation. So i stopped to shore. The airplane as alicia looked wide. Eyed at the sleek jet dug into bill began to talk. We had a conversation about the case. and douglas said something about this isn't going to trial. And you know this is. Nothing's gonna come out of this. And i said i believe it is. We have the evidence for it to go to trial. He looked at me with an expression that got my attention. Bill did not startled easily. It just was like it froze the moment. The two men looked each other in the is. Bill saw an intensity in doug's expression that he still to this day struggles to put into words and He said this will not go to trial an odd thing for doug to say considering trial date had already been scheduled it was just a month away simply said you know with the girl. I didn't want to get into a shouting contest. I said i believe it. Will i let it go with the exchange left. Bill troubled that led me to believe that he could become violent. He reported this concern up his chain of command. I did mention that to the attorneys. Following that. And i did mention that the self ogden at that time. He told joyce about it as well and urged her to go stay someplace safe. I think she. She believed that she was able to take years. Joyce did not heed this advice. She declined urgent invitations to stay with her daughter. Kim and kim's husband randy she had to have some fear she had to have but she didn't ever let on she was afraid randy did not realize the latch. On one of joyce's apartment windows was broken. You could slighted open even from the outside. I would've known. I would've. I would've put that. I mean i never heard of it. Doug level was well aware the heat of the afternoon struck joyce joost as she followed her daughter kim to the parking lot outside. Royal studio a photography. Business inauguration where kim worked it was saturday august tenth nineteen eighty five. Joyce had just taken a job at the studio as well having quit her position selling for for the weinstocks department store the pay was better and her commute was only four miles instead of forty. Kim's shifted the photo studio ended earlier than her mother's on that hot summer saturday. I always got up early on saturdays. We only worked until like noon She stayed there all day so she walked me out and i remember i had actually thought about asking her if she would watch the kids that night because we were gonna go somewhere but then she told me that they were gonna go out to the base. Listen to steve play in the band. So i never you know asked her to babysit the kids. Steve was the adult son of joyce's close friends. Gordon and terry kaufman. Joyce also had made plans for the following day a guy friend she had been seeing john gibson was coming over to barbecue. Joyce finished her shift later that saturday afternoon and went out to her car. It wasn't the big oldsmobile anymore. She had sold that days earlier. And in its place purchased a white nineteen seventy-six chevy nova. She went home. Changed into a pink dress then drove the nova over to her sister. Dorothy house on fern street in clearfield. Dorothy later described the events of this night in a police. Interview dot com. Joyce told dorothy. She had sold the oldsmobile. The check she had received from the buyer was in her purse. Joyce and dorothy carpooled to the club together leaving the nova parked outside dorothy house student based differ. It's just easier to. They spent the next several hours socializing dancing and listening to the band. They liked this as long as we weren't too loud and people could get out and dance on the answer that have a good time. They dance on the most. Every song steve kaufman. The front man had put the group together years earlier in nineteen sixty four started in eighth grade. Mt ogden junior high school and basically was a way to get girls to like you. The band is still together today. Under the name outrageous. But in eighty-five they were called still rain. We open for everybody from the monkees. The jannine dean. Johnny rivers tommy. James and the shondells Three dog night all kinds of different. Different groups mamas. And the papas. Still rain had flirted with going big time in the mid seventies but here a decade later. They mostly just gigged on the weekends. The officers club hill was a regular venue. Is club had a big bar and those guys in the air force so these were all officers and their wives and their friends the o. Club often booked still rain on back to back nights friday and saturday for four hours each night. I don't know how did that. But i didn't know any better i mean you know that's all by was rock and roll guide. Music was everything. Joyce was only five years older than steve but he remembered thinking she must have been even older since she socialized with his parents. My parents lived at a place called the apartments which was over by the the old mckay dee hospital and it was kind of a big fancy new complex and had a wonderful outdoor pool in every sunday. That's where a lot of people had church at that tool for those who weren't going to one and joyce was always over there hanging out been wild since joyce had been over to the kaufman's terry kept hoping to catch up with her but they were seated on opposite ends of the table. They weren't able to chat from that distance over the noise of the band. Joycean dorothy danced their last dances as the clock approached midnight. They said their goodbyes. As the band wound down their final set. Then the two sisters went out to dorothy car and drove back across the freeway into clearfield. The weather had turned while they had been at. The club is very nice. Wall left owns about mid term. Real home joyce in her pink dress was not prepared to stand out in the icy wind chatting with her sister. We set at night often in the driveway uniter. She got all all mine. Joyce drove to her apartment where she parked the nova in the carport she went inside changed out of her dress flipped on the little. Tv on her dresser and settled down to bed. the kaufman's had remained at the officers club a little while longer to talk with their son because my parents were very supportive they would often bring friends and stuff to hear us would come come here. The band they liked carrying the band. Gordon and terry didn't leave the club until a bit after midnight. There route home took them past. Joyce's apartment sometime between twelve thirty. And one a m terry noticed. Light enjoys his kitchen window suggesting she might still be awake. She turned to her husband. Who was driving with a suggestion. Stop intact joyce it didn't get a chance to talk to a too much tonight. Issue sitting out the other initiative on that held senior. I or maybe a couple of months to talk to us and visit with her and find out how she's doing he lift us. Foster was i think around twelve food twenty after twelve. And it's kinda late. We were going into salt lake the next day so we said that that's the you do. 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Who probably think you're the dumbest person in the world Oh my God. It's so the the worst is when I ask a question and it's all amplified now because we're just around each other all the time but when you say something and they don't even correct you they just look at you like really. I'm just all yourself with that rope. Dad God I pride myself like scrambling to like to get credibility back. It's like you know like desire Is Is there Is there more almond milk in here? No I'm just saying because there wasn't any yesterday there it makes perfectly logical sense would ask that question. Yeah no colder here. Just like defense attorneys like four degrees and your kitchen match right in your home. It's not about my intelligence as much as just A. This is how I know what's going on like. They're not wrong like they. They're noticing when I'm slipping. I'm using them to kind of put myself in check and I. I don't wear a lot of shorts. I don't wear shorts that often. I'm always in jeans and yesterday was so hot in La. That I came up insurance in these. What I thought from my college days was cool. Yeah sure oh cool cargo shorts strap since and I came up in. My daughter's just looked at him. It was like So we're wearing those Dan Schwartz now. All Guide out. I swear to God. I went right back downstairs. Roll them up. Put them in the garbage Dan. That's just crazy high school. Well you have got a new book out. We're GONNA talk about it at the top of this next segment but I we are so happy that you're here and let's just dive into the stupidity because we need to make sense of it Right all right Dan. We gotta really ready. Yes this sent in by Dasche car the Great At dos car are actually says daas car the great at kind of half marathon training thanksgiving super. We appreciate it Just the headline alone is enough on guys because it is this sword wielding Medieval Knight. Vigilante takes on street gang. Aw My God yeah words that it'll never be used to describe me worte Tom. Baba's throwing his cargo shorts from college doesn't have swords around his house or or you would never take on a gang of people Tom. Oh God no way no way that. Is that like that level? There was one time when I played Grand theft auto for so many hours in a row that when I got my car driving around I thought I was in grand theft on assisted conception real guy. Yeah that's a guy that's been in some realm of fantasy way too long way too long at the run fair and now he's bringing it to the street. He thinks he can apply it in real life. They love they. Love me over there. A British medieval enthusiasts took the law into his own hands after being harassed by Yolk local youths or utes. If you love my by grabbing some medieval weaponry and taking them on a equipped with a sword and an axe so he's got Houston his neighborhood that harassment him for probably wearing cargo. Shorts isn't this the plot to Grande Torino? Yes this is the Medieval Times version of grant to me and I've never really wielded a sword. A sword and an axe doesn't that feel like too much like what is your dominant hit. And that's a hat on a hat. I who what gets the AX? What hand gets you dominant? Hand would be the source or cause acts is just back and forth motion axes. My left shoulders hurt. You got a picture than having like. They're all harassing he. One Minute yeah goes inside and comes back. If you were with your friends in some dude came out with this you would just fall out. Lags actually look. How long has these youths been bothering him? That it finally got to the point because it's either the first time or the eighty fifth time right. You know what I mean. No they can outrun this guy right. Yeah there's no chance of catching them. So he's GonNa be wildly swinging these things in the. How many times did he say? I'M GONNA get Medieval on your ass. Three times as he was putting everything on with a list. Worst Allan Powell A. L. U. N. I haven't seen that British ever heard Allen's spelled Ale. Un Alma Powell a father of four own the medieval armor and weapons for dressing up in battle reconstructions as and was reported. Maybe he's not taking it out on these kids with his kids are giving to him right. He's a father of four. He had the almond milk discussion with his kids. And was like GonNa tell me what I can and can't do so. How were they harassing him? In his daily life and this isn't there a statement like like it on twitter where like if someone system that's offend you and you're like hold my beer. Yes hold my almond milk. Whole my almond milk. I'm going to go fight this. Yes he has all this stuff for dressing up in battle reconstructions and was reported by the Sun. Newspaper to have used a fourteenth century soared to threaten a man. A COURT HAS HEARD IN MR Alan A. L. You Powell claimed to have been persecuted for years by antisocial including drugs. Smoking outside of his home and rubbish being pushed through his letterbox. So they're messing with they're small. Chechen his letter by starting to feel for Allah. You should've taken the sort out. What took you so long guys into rent fares I would. I would think you would spell. His Name A. L. O. N. Dot. The jury were told that Allan Powell who participates with the weapons for battle reenactments pulled the three foot blade and an axe from the boot of his car. After brandishing a knuckleduster. I do not know what I'm just on Buddha a car I know that's his trunk. So sure knuckleduster. Maybe brass knuckles would be knuckled brass knuckles. I'M GONNA look it up but also let's just the fact that he keeps these weapons in his car. Yeah Yeah I'm just picturing him going to these reenactment things and like going out to his car with his equipment and loading it looks in their. It's like seeing a party clown on his way to worse. Yes yes or to me. It's like you know I keep my golf clubs in the back of my car. In case like all of a sudden the day clears out. And someone's like hey play some golf and I'm like yeah. I should have in the car in case I'm out and I that's if someone calls me last minute and they're like hey there's a ren faire breaking out. Yeah he ready. There's a pickup or unfair happening anywhere going on M. I. Heady ready yes. I am three looked up. Knuckleduster is the nicest way to say brass knuckles okay. We he was accused of taking a fighting stance then smashing through a car window with the sword as a group of youths fled in terror. They don't even save their car or his own car or just a car. That happened to be there. You gotTA swing heart. That's a real weapon if you go through a car window but it isn't that jeff trick like I need you to see how real this is so he just starts like hitting things with. The accident soared to show them that. He's gone full. Michael Keaton Batman. Let's get nuts. Get ready to watch what I do in this mail but through a car like win that glass shatters through a car with like you know. This dude is your real. Yeah you're a hundred percent. But then they arrest him. I don't understand so. He never complained to a thorn trash through his mail slot. They're smoking on his lawn. Which is trespassing by the way Ron? Yeah if you picture. And so he has kids of his own right so kids are watching him. Get abused by other children. Yes you got time for this guy. I'm all for it if he didn't hurt. I mean he did hurt. Someone's property is going to have to pay for that car but still if this story doesn't end with. He chopped one of their heads off. I'm going to be very disciplined right. Processes British falling down the prosecutor said of Allen. He was clearly angry instead of calling police. He went outside and put himself in danger by arming himself. With A KNUCKLEDUSTER. I mean he wanted. Knuckleduster does sound like the cutest way to put on brass or area specific sexual maneuver. I put on the KNUCKLEDUSTER. And that's I'm your mother. You know me honey. I love a good knuckleduster. Come on it's my birthday your mother and I used to knuckle does all the time back when we twice in one night once. Sorry I love your mother after show. He's a knockout. After showing the KNUCKLEDUSTER to the crowd of Youths Alan. Wow was then said to have grabbed Camille Ahmed around the throat. Even though third been no threats towards him so he went for whoever was close he went for the throat. Boy He just went for whatever again as a father of kids. I'm going to assume that three out of the four. Those kids were daughters. Okay I have a picture here of Alan POW in his full regalia. You guys have and show it to Tom. Tom This guy. This guy starts getting into the trunk of his car. He's got a lot of gear. Oh man scary. He's a full night. Yes he's full. Game of thrones. Oh Man Delorean does kind of like. How many times is he like onto the supermarket? Just dress like back now. He has to because of covert actually would be smart. That actually would be having scattered the crowd. Alan then went to his car and got his sword and axe. So this was after got some scattered the crowd and said. I need to scatter the crowd. Some more right and like many people who participate in rent fairs. They don't know when to stop the fourth. What do you want to hear about the name? Morning showed up now. Only fourth wall is the one around your heart so he gets his car grab sort of acts about which he told police that is when he saw red he went full. I loved it out red after he dealt with it initially like seeing red caused you to want to put your hands on some kids throat but then like maybe comes out with the dusters and they don't listen so they pee on his house or something we ran. They ran a loved him going to his car and getting his weapons caused him to see red. This is where they say. Here this is where Allan Powell lost the plot and he told Mr Ahmed and another complaint that he was going to kill them. That's what these kids have been messing with this sum bitch for who knows and they are the ones who went to the cops like they're really took it too far man. We were just having fun just on garbage in your mail slot. Nice sucks to the accusers. Told the court that when they saw the weapons they left as quickly as possible. We're angels. The court was concerned with the immediate incident but made enquiries inquiries as into why exactly Powell own the sword to which he said he was a medieval sports enthusiasts. Which is the most professional way to say that? You're into blades. A Blade Guy. I'M A BLADE GUY. Murder murder enthusiasts. Goner I'm a Blade Guy. Living Life on the edge style and said he said he's a medieval sports enthusiast who fought at castles using blunt. Weapons including his replica. Fourteenth Century Blade by the way fought and castles probably entails. He did it and a lot of people there. Were like. Hey man you can't do that. He fight at White Castle right there. Believe at the end there are plenty of videos fighting white. Cama White Castle fight reenactor this battle that happened in the bulletproof glass in Queens but there is something interesting about the fact that Ren Fairs in England are probably closer to they probably look sorority on point. And also you look at your in a probably a place. That hasn't changed in five six hundred years not having an field in Oklahoma. You're probably right castle where you can see a billboard for like the good way over the back actually get your hands on a moat says. Mr Powell was permitted own the sword because exemptions were made in two thousand eight. That's when they banned long swords People only sorts but something Florida should look into two thousand eight thousand eight. That was that was a really got out of hand back. Thank God but the idea that you the idea that you can tell people that. You were grandfathered in with a sword right. That's another story. No one other story once a year and that is the reason why a lot of friendships ended with this guy for sure they made. They were exemptions were made in two thousand eight laws for quote swords. Which were were used for? Reenactments are Antique. Weapons kept on display by collectors. Well Mr Powell didn't own a Samurai Sword. I Dunno where that comes in. He did carry a sword in public and that is where he broke the law and it was a similar incident that span out of Control and twenty two thousand to that brought these new laws so in a recent sword incident. Easter Powell claimed he had represented Wales in the Sports World Cup and that one man had threatened his dad who recently had a stroke. So that's what I pushed him over the at one of these kids his dad who had recently had a stroke so red is our Adnan addiction with building. The defense lawyer said the Allens Powell held the weapons and downward position and did not intend to use them. Let me say this. This is like a checkoff gun. You've got US court. You'RE GONNA use if you have a gun right. When the ruling was declared the judge cleared Mr Paul. If you have a sword expected to go through a car window I love the pointing. Down is safe pointing up right because of that defense. Though the ruling was declared the judge said that he cleared Mr Powell of assault but found him guilty of possessing offensive weapons. I will ask my three friends who can hear me right now. How old do you believe Allan Powell is a L. U. N? Here's what we got four kids. She lives kids. He's GonNa put him. I'M GONNA put them at thirty eight thirty eight years okay. Jay Guess Forty. Six forty. Six guys are three fifty three. I think so I mean I just feel like his kids are teenagers. Don't Love Him Okay. They hate him. He's getting so much shit from life was like take you bring that sort in this house. Go put it in your in your trunk. I don't want to stay zome. I said these guys finally did one day. They like one. Apple Corps went through his mail. Slot yes. I don't know though a guy. I don't know a long time a long time to wait to use. That also depends on. How old the kids are they say. Father of four. He could have four little rolled. Kids who are like Dad. Okay Ready Allan Powell. We'll end for store in. This is thirty one years old Papa. You're that is there you go so you know. I guess getting out there on the fields and reenacting a young guy so angry. Thirty one with four kids. Why why? Why do you think so Tom? Because he's he's so thirty one so he's got about ten years in the game of parental marital life and he thought his life was going to be that of a warrior yet. 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We talk about We try to take your mind off the pandemic. That's we're trying to do everyday Thirty minutes we just try to say. Hey we're not gonNA talk about planning curves we're not gonNA talk about you know death stock market going down. We're going to try and talk about Grimes and Elon Musk's new baby their new baby. Then a dash twelve eighty x a dash a dash twelve which was inspired by their favourite aircraft. Right so we'll get into that for a little bit. That's what we do and I just started a youtube page. Scarborough country Subscribe to that. Get on that It helps us and it's really cold. We put a bunch of old cheap seats up there which is so much fun Tom Pop our guest. And he's one of our favorite comics out. There a brilliant writer and you have a new book. Please tell these people about it because people ask us all the time. Hey I need new material during this in it drops today. The book is available to day when this is dropping so tell us yeah very exciting. It's my second book it's called you're doing great and other reasons to stay alive and it was written before all of the The pandemic I but But it was about looking at your life and realizing that you actually doing great no matter where you are in your life with expectation of what life is supposed to be right and it's really just an added space the joy of the simple things so I just in a very comedic way. Part memoir part just Just comedy just kind of tackle all the elements of our life and trying to give a little perspective. I think that life needs a little perspective and I didn't realize how relevant it is now. Unbelievable this to read right now when you don't want to. All the most people are writing right now but won't come out for another year years out right now and it's relevant right now. Yeah it's pretty crazy. There was one part in the book in one of the essays. I actually talk about You know you guys traveling around as comedian. Yeah I talk about a coughing epidemic. Yom like is it me or is everybody on the flight coffee. Yes all this and then you know two months later. Bluey but yeah but I really do I kind of. I'm very optimistic and I try and be a little less cynical in my comedy in my life in this book is just kind of an extension of that and just give yourself a break in realize EIB is hardest. Things are which is a perspective. I got from my grandparents who went through the depression through World War Two and all the rest of it and they never stopped believing life and in making other people. Happy and So I just kind of went in that direction. Where were you where your grandparents upper live when you were? They were in Clifton New Jersey which is Kinda near giant stadium so east coast and they were they immigrants. Who were they. Yes came over. They were Italian and they came over Like a one was before the war was after. That's amazing yeah and you know they have nothing. They have nothing and they had. They had the huge families. And you know a lot of heartache and a lot of really crazy things that happened in the in the culture like no money and living like in one little apartment with eight brothers and sisters and they had every reason to complain and to that life was something that was was taking the stuffing out of them and they. They almost felt the opposite. That if you were to if you did not appreciate every single day that you're alive. It was an insult it was more than that. It was a sin. Yeah it was not to be tolerated and you should not only. Should you be grateful for what you have? You should be spreading that with your your brothers and sisters in your parents and your neighbors and it was their duty to live a good life. It's great it's did they ever get to see you? Do Stand up. Were they alive when you did that? One yeah they did. They got really a big kick out of it. I think a one grandmother. I once did this job. It was in the beginning. When you don't know what you're doing right. I was a little dirty. Yeah and I and I looked over. She was at a club over and she looked at me and shook her to say she's probably holding her purse. You'RE NOT GONNA do that. But saddest exactly. Oh my God. That's what you're doing with this book and with your comedy what a wonderful what a wonderful tribute to what they said. Which is what is the thing you can do. That can really make people appreciate life and you can make them laugh. And that's what it is the title of the book so people get it right now from this thing is you're doing great and other reasons to stay alive. Okay in the time of the pandemic Tom Papa. You're doing great and other reasons to stay alive. This is it. I want you to pick that book up now and Let's go see yeah. I'm sorry I'm GonNa put one more quick plug in return because today is also the day that my new podcast. Tom Pop breaking bread with Tom. Papa Great Oh hell yeah where because I you know before all these trendy sour dough makers got your the game with a court. I've been doing it for years. Yes and so I wanted. I wanted to new podcast to just be a celebration. You sit down break bread with people you feed them enjoy wine and all this kind of stuff and I started with Tom. Saga and Alonzo Boden. And I'm telling you it's so great you guys have to do it. Which is well if you if you just ask somebody if you ask somebody tell me about. Who Fed you and you were a child gone. Sit Back and just have this great time. Thank visceral it's so like it is you know it's time and place like the AFI. Add a smell can like immediately back to your eight years old. And your grandma your. It's so good they they just did a big thing on. Cbs Sunday morning this past week. I love that show and it was all about like what people are eating now and why they're eating like what's selling a lot more people trying to reconnect to the stories that I'm sure gonNA come out of breaking bad. Yeah Papa Yell at you realize is like people were making food in our era. It was like a foodie thing. And they're getting trendy to like. I'm GonNa make the back then. It was just. That's how you feed your family. Take out there was no. He has cranked stuff out all the time. Yeah amazing in the BREAD ASPECT OF IT. Too is soak. My wife has been making in making sour dough and giving out part of the starter to other friends to get them so. It's like a coaching tree. Now your starter sitting over here and then they get a little bit here and then it's just such a cool thing so I appreciate cool breaking Tom Papa. And again the book. Please pick that up now. Should we jump in another starts to do it okay in this time of pandemic and everything Feeling out of sorts. This is probably the story I've been sent the most okay. I mean it just clogged up. My twitter twitter. Mentions I thank everybody for it because it is perfect for dumb people town. I'm GonNa read you. The headline Mankato camping. On Disney's Discovery Island says it was tropical paradise as essentially invite Adam Poulton at Polskie P. O. U. L. SDS's seventy five who is ever referred to Disney as a tropical paradise. No it is a hell on earth go to Disneyworld began man. I want to go to the new star wars experience though the right here as yeah and the Avatar won the Avatar ride is one of the greatest rides I've ever been on so there's this you can get on your an APP on your phone like the wait times at what they are so like. If you have the Disney app you can just anywhere. You are be like what are the. What's the wait time for the Avatar and I looked at it? We looked at it one time I. They're like thirteen hours. Mike there is no way. I'm waiting hours and forty five minutes. The last time I went but the first time we had We were staying on property so I had like in Florida. Yeah so fast. Whoa you get like magic hours. And so there's a part where only if you're saying property. Are you allowed to still be in the park so it was only like an hour wait? She's one of the coolest rides I've ever been on. It's like if you like Soren or if you know what that is soaring California or store in the world. It's like personal sore and you're riding one of those benches and Avatar and it's insane but this was goal to. Yeah it's all amazing. All the stuff is great. If if if it wasn't for all those other people like this giant. You don't have to worry about that. If you decide to go live in Disneyworld right now like this guy did an idiot. Orange the Orange County Florida. A man is facing trespassing. Charges after security found him camping on Walt Disney world's discovery island according to the Orange County sheriff's. Try like I like Tom. Tom Hanks and castaway our friends with a volleyball. It's not easy to get there. I know where this is. He's near the magic kingdom. It's on the same Lake area where the Grand Floridian. I think it's calling and that alligator he'll kill that little kid home so I don't know how you got out to the island. He had swim through alligator infested waters to get out there. Is it worth the end? He's camping does he have his own his on discovery. You knew what they discovered. He's a dummy deputies. Say they were called to forty three zero one north world drive. I love that they give the address for Disneyworld. Nobody's ever liked pulled over halfway like outside of Rajon shop with their family and the station wagon being like Kim told me how to get to forty three o one north. I need the forty three hundred block of world away. A Main Street visits happy shot. It's be a barbershop quartet on last crying. Four year old. Ob quite a few of those once you get past them. Y- said they were called to Walt Disneyworld. After Richard McGuire was spotted on the Disney owned property. Which is currently closed to the public dickey MCGUIRE? How is he spotted? They must have people just maintenance people still they probably have every probably sweeping through at this point. You keep a skeleton crew so to speak. Orange County deputy searched Maguire on foot by helicopter and by boat before finally making contacts. That's out here. No Orange or Florida. Okay Yeah Yeah. It always gets confused before finally making contact with. That's a lot of overkill for one. If by land two if I don't have tranquilizer darts that you can just fire from plane. Just take him out. Were if no one's there just like dropped napalm on the whole park or just like Captain Hook handle it. Got a hook in the eye. This guy when deputies told McGuire they had been using a loudspeaker to address him which means I guess they were like through the park. Being like Sir Amana on Discovery Island which I hope he get some other guy. They're not telling me like you sometimes here in analogy like did they just say sklar. Are they taking me when I hope to is the preamble to all this? Is Him being a fight with some like off again lover? Dan where you go. What are you GONNA do? He said Oh. I got a plan. I'm going to Disneyworld Disneyland to win the Super Bowl and I get to say that it's gone at Disney. Is The white trash version of a super bowl champion? Where are you going to go after this legal separation? I'm going to Disney world? When deputies told McGuire they've been using a loudspeaker to address him. He said he didn't hear them because he was sleeping inside one of the buildings on the island which he referred to as a tropical paradise. How Tropical Paradise has buildings building? That's one of the greatest things about tropical paradises all of their buildings all those mandates being inside of the Tiki hut with all those birds. What floor of the TIKI building? Where you just WANNA know like I? Okay well here we go. According to a restaurant it says it here acquire told deputies. He was not aware that the property was off limits. What world are you living on? It was all boarded up and it said no trespass fences in a bar when you were climbing the fence right. I was just unaware of a simple climbing of offend dive over barbed wire know there was no one there to sell you a balloon inside of another balloon. You thought that this place was open so I never understand the people who get roped into by the Mickey balloon inside the larger balloons front door was open and he just wandered in life. There is no world in which you're like. I'm you are walking in saying I got in. I snuck it if you're paying attention to the news for one second. You're assuming it's closed National Lampoon's vacation parks close. Mussa frontier told you. I just watched that with my eleven year. Old Son really he loved. I can't break lodge skating very bad infection. Shoot ending the National Lampoon's vacation. That's why Anthony Alcohol's like so much tall they had to go back and reshoot that whole thing with candy Okay Discovery Island was a zeal zoological attraction before Disney's animal kingdom so it must be where they had all the analysts for they opened up which also is like one of the coolest parts that have been there. It's been closed since nineteen ninety nine. He's in building. That's been closed since one thousand nine hundred nine on an island yes to me. That is the most terrifying thing in the world. We go ahead Tom Terrifying because all the animals are talking. Yes that's haunted. It is haunted by the ghosts of God. If heard anything like a rustling of anything I'd be like I'm GonNa die. This is how I house right. All of Disney's Orlando area. Theme Parks are also currently closed. I loved it in Orlando in Florida. That pro wrestling is deemed more essential to their economy than the fact that half their state is built off the money from theme parks now. I'm not saying that. They should open theme parks. I understand why they can't no but but they're more essential to their economy than professional writing. Win It's been closed closing ninety nine. This made me like like Disneyworld has an entire island that they used to have all these attractions on that they now just don't even they haven't used in over twenty years and I remembered unemployed told me when I was there the last time at Disneyworld they have only used all those parts all. They've only used a third of the property that Walt Disney bought. That's how much land is unreal. Main to just waiting for new movie franchises to come to they. Can I remember? I remember going to Disneyworld before Epcot. I remember prep. God must have gone there when you were a kid like. Yeah we went there. I think the first time I went was when Epcot Open Yep so we went pre epcot. Remember what caught open. It was the biggest thing the best thing the best time ever Wendy Nice we went for. Espn the weekend. This is back when we were doing. The WHO fifteen years ago. We're doing cheese. And they gave us a personal guide which walked us to the front of every single line. That's because we were doing shows for Espn live shows of cheap seats and whatnot. Are and I mean it was amazing and we stayed in the Animal Park. So you'd go you was this. This was in two thousand and six maybe animal kingdom at just just open and Sola staying in the hotel and you'd lookout Tomase your hotel and there's like giraffe there. Durant is unreal. It's gorgeous probably had to go through that stuff because that's a whole different. Yeah he's over he's over by magic. All you find this place is beyond gravy and no but this is what this guy at night and he thought to himself. I`Ma go into this crazy like place and I'm GonNa live off the land. I'm going to move off the fake land in the faking. Their that is a great question. It says here that he had been camping there since Monday. Or Tuesday and doesn't give us any other point of reference. This came out on a date right here. That says here that this came out looking candidates. Say Oh this came on the on Monday the first so I may Friday was a Friday. So He'd been there about four days four or five days days now. I wonder where you go. Originally that he was like you know what this doesn't feel like tropical Paradise Harry Potter Universal Hogwarts here and. It's not feeling very trout but I understand. Why all the scrape from Green Guts? I don't want to stay then. He goes down to the Bahamas. He's like this isn't really a tropical paradise. Let me get up get up and Discovery Island and see how that is He he had planned on staying there for about a week. Don't let us ruin your plans. Sir He was arrested and charged with trespassing and on posted property and was also ordered not to return to any additional Walt disneyworld properties. Let this show or just an from the time of you ever trespassed anywhere in your life as a kid or whatever. Gone somewhere where you shouldn't have gone. Yeah Yeah Yeah but we used to break into like the pool like the the town pool. Yeah at night when we were kids. And it's there's a feeling okay so you only probably jump one fence or whatever. It was under the fence under the fence. There is a feeling though like the second as your body is going onto that fence. You're like I'm doing something wrong. But it's so exciting riding but whatever crazy ass security Disney has. It can't be just one. You're not going under a local pool over so much stuff. Yeah Tom you just blew my mind because we have a little swimming area called Spring Lake. But it's a it's next spring like the call it spring like it's like the pool the pool. Yeah he paid like a dollar a. I didn't go there and it never crossed. My mind wants to school to break into that. Swimming is now we we? We used to we call pool hopping where you would make a list of all the kids who had pools at their houses and we would run and jump in their pool and maybe throw some of their pool furniture into it and run outside. This whole area never never going into Spring Lake because it's like it was the next summer I get to go home as a grown man. I might as you Dan. You have to get arrested. We used to break into the not break in but we would sneak into the football field and ring the victory bell. Which was the football team would ring after a game and I mean it was so loud and all these house so we we went to when we were in. I'm sure you've done this club. Tom The In Bloom attended Indiana the comedy attic. Have you ever done that now? You have you would love it. It's a wonderful salary and I hope it survives. I really diversity of Indiana's. Iu is such a great school. And of course we're huge of the movie breaking away and they have the quarries where they were swimming at no way for Dreyer and So we were like wintertime. We're like we gotta go see the core. Let's go try and find the corey where they shot this thing and recording this for this scars and stripes going around doing comedy all over the country and we're recording US walking out there with our Buddy Scott and we start walking out there and it's like Nokia here. The terror in are you hear us because that says no trespassing and we're like do this. We keep walking in and says seriously no trespassing and we keep walking. We keep going through this. Then it's like no trespassing some trucks working we're like we're gonNA get shot increasingly worse and we're like the further we go into this. The more we can't get out of it takes person conscience to think they can camp on this Guy Damn Island We'll get out of here on this. How old do you guys think? Richard McGuire the man who found his tropical paradise dickey MC Janet's plan to live there for about a week got about four or five days willing to admit that he thought he was going to probably fall in love with and marry a mermaid who lived there. That'd be part of the plan. All Right Tom. Do you think This dude is this students. Forty one okay. Which by the way sound old but to you me and Jason. That's using eight years younger than got his whole life. He's he's got some skills right he's I think he's obviously delusion rain is I'm GONNA say thirty seven thirty seven. I think he's twenty eight twenty eight years old okay. One of you is one year. Aw Fun one of US only one year off because we will get out of here before we had the third story. Close out the second story with this. Richard McGuire little dicky MIC. Asked me tried to live in? Walt Disneyworld found. His paradise was there for almost a whole week. Is Forty two years old stuff point very good assessment of who? This dude was all right. Give us a little taste. Work Ready here everyone while it is a nightmare for parents okay repairs. We'll all know the top here. We've got a short story on the other side of this break. So stay with US more on. A my partner. Adamant I tape our podcast. Nobody listens to Paula. Poundstone in a little studio where we can only fit one instrument for a house band although we once fit in a Yak Dayak. It's a comedy advice. Show experts talk about things we all need to know. We had a mortician. Explain a better way to die. Urban Chicken farmer told us how to raise poultry in your backyard casting agent coach me on how to get the RAW. A constitutional expert explained the bill of Rights. Maybe we can get the White House to listen to that episode. Also an astronaut told us how to astronaut we have hand puppets for its trump and vocabulary. Words like nugatory find out what nugatory means listen to nobody listens to Paula. Poundstone guys welcome back to dumb people town. Dan Take US home all right here. We go this. One has also been sent to me a lot because it is perfect for dump people town. I will read you. The headline that was sent in by big fan at f. y f. y you rock. Thanks so much big Fan. Five year old boy driving parents car to head to California. We talked about this on our daily but. Jeez it's okay. Let's do it because I want to hear what What Tom has said Weber County? Utah according to troopers with the UTAH. Highway Patrol's Weeber Weaver. Weaver says it's we. We were stay a five year. Old Boy was pulled over driving his parents car on the freeway on Monday. Have you teach your kids how to drive yet any of your kids? Yeah Yeah I was. How's that process gone? She's good now but it's it's scary beginnings and that and she was age appropriate. You Clean Right. She did when she was. But if you give it to them when they're five and you aren't there to worry about it. There's out of sight out of out of anxiety. Autism five. Hi How to do it. How does a five year old understand how to start a car and drive it? You can't how does he reach the peddles back up and go for? I don't understand the panels he got onto the HP set a trooper in Weaver County initiated a traffic stop. What he thought was an impaired driver. It was an unprepared driver out. It was a five year old child. Ups said he told Jan. I'm serious. How do you think this kid was driving this car? How do you think he could is either like a five foot orders inch kid doing it? Again grandma shrunken great. You're so you're not even standing. Maybe push the seat back through the wheel looking through the power seat you can get those really close and I mean there are like all little men and women like still try. There's all these old people here's the other thing. A lot of people have said that there is a big negative and a big positive to screen time in our life. The first is is it so many kids are writing in cars on their having screen time that they are not paying attention to how their parents drive so when they go to learn any sort of like curve. They already started to climb that we all had. Because you just you can do anything other than sit there and watch your drive. They don't have any of that so they're not all kids. Don't want your daughter Uber. They're like oh we'll just take an uber to the party. Yeah I know I know but yet being on your phone all the time and manipulate the hand eye coordination positive side of it. They said play. Those games have a very vance understanding of how to drive if five Dan. This kids five my. I can't even get my six year old to take her plate to the sink but added driving high. What we've heard stories of people who have landed planes because they were they were obsessed with like simulators and they knew what to do if a kid is weighing like there are kids. Who Understand stickshift. Just by playing racing games. Yeah that's true. There might have been some sort of knowledge there that would put in twelve five case by got pulled over but he also wrote a like a like a tractor stood up yet to Castellano. Poet pulled over so he knew to pull over him. That credit got on the freeway and the full over. He unless the cops like forced the car. Maybe I don't know but that's just assuming that he was going quickly. Yes I think-i we probably weaving a little bit for sure. Said he thought he was. Unimpaired driver troopers. He told troopers that he left home after an argument with his mom in which he told she told him she would not buy him a Lamborghini. Yeah well that's right. You don't get a Lamborghini to take the car and go to California and get one himself first of all I. This is five years old where you think this is pretty great. Only in California lamborghinis earn in California. Hey Tommy there's a Lamborghini dealership a mile from your house. You Stupid Heart City Baby Jay Leno. Any another store from this. It turns out that after the argument he was being watched by his older sister older cousin. She decided to take a nap and while she was asleep he took the car Ke. She said she will never leave the keys out again. She's Never GonNa Babysit that kid. I guess this kid in a cage at the border. He drove from miles from his home before being. How many miles doesn't say oh my God but he did have money with him to buy a Lamborghini. Hope it was a good nap but how we're putting money. I feel like this kid had a wallet with money in a condom in it. It was like looking guy. He's got a roth. Ira got a lot of stuff area advant. He's the Doogie Howser of poor car by. It's okay if you guys already know you can recruit recused yourself. This is Justin. But how much money do you think he had in his wallet? What what Tom has say how? Much money two dollars two dollars. Okay now play a long time wherever you are with US. Play in place of the sklar because this five year old boy to buy a Lamborghini after a fight with his mom and they say you make rash decisions when you're upset it was either this or driving that or cut his hair and did banks but he was gonna do something drive angry if I don't go to bed angry Lamborghini in his wallet on his way to California in the car that he stole. He had three dollars Tom. Papa voice working on it alternated and Utah to California by the way. This kid couldn't get a Lamborghini dro if he got onto the highway which means he had burge onto a highway. He shows Lamborghini dealership. Can't handle his way into a three dollar CECCHINI and the guys like look. These are two hundred seventy five thousand dollar cars. I can't play kids three dollars now and he never sits down. The kids stands up and literally kid produces a wall. It might have a wallet also is and then the guy looks to your manager and the guy goes. Let me see what I can do. I am sixty five years to pay it off three dollars down three dollars now and I'll pay it. I'm those are stories friends. Those are unbelievable stories on the name of the Book Warmer Times. They can go out and get it. You're doing great and other reasons to stay alive. God we need it more than ever in your pod that is out today and your podcast breaking bread with Tom. Papa subscribed to that. We're going to do it when we can all get back together again. We're going to force you to have us on. Oh please I can't wait double town. You're so smart and you're so great and you understand it so well. I have a good one top. Thank you I love you all love you shit. We gotta get back to work. Dum Dum Dum. Dum Dum dog around starving podcast network.

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Gaining a higher perspective and making the impossible possible with Terry & Michelle

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Gaining a higher perspective and making the impossible possible with Terry & Michelle

"Welcome to the Biz for good show where we highlight misfits outcasts and renegades for that being good at doing good movement we spotlight people that are changing the world by having integrity and honesty and creating an environment of connection the showing the true secrets is excess and creating a life of greater impact so come on board and create your own phys for good life. Well do well to your host body Bobby James Along with Roy Bill Ladies and Gentlemen Right House. I'm I'm on fire today. We just got up are jumping episode. I'm on fire. I'm an entrepreneur. No is that legal. Can I even say that don't entrepreneur on we'll pay on fire and then I was running around. You would have to say dude. He's an entrepreneur off by Iraq. That's True Ryan. Tell us the show yeah buckle up and joined the ride when for another exciting episode Meles's out after it apparently I can't say episode not at this moment his wearing of assigning mode but join us for this great awesome sit down with some amazing awesome people go with his for good show and <hes> episode Captain House captain since we all in with he's going to go with it. This is great. We're not doing we lost guard. We're we're not doing a number but captain because we're not sure we decided to boat cares. What number is on cares cares. We've been doing this forever three three years so it's like our hundred thousand evidence any okay we have totally these ladies are going. Oh my gosh. These guys have no idea what they're doing well. They're they're in the studio making it up. That's right. We're run episode. Captain Egos Captain Eos episode gaining a higher perspective in making the impossible possible with -Tarian Michelle. Shell tell us a little bit about show we had. This is my favorite all right. Gerry Murphy is a chairperson of the artery burr fees. Sorry terrible never make your past. Terry aw I won't do it again. Have that website do Terry. Murphy Dot Co pays awesome okay. I'm sorry right right. You're terrible. You are on fire. I will let you on fire ch go ahead so apparently she is the chairperson of the Ogden Valley hot air balloon loon festival apparently she. It's twenty is twenty for sure going on twenty years and it's an it's a five oh one C. brand by the one C three three three the nonprofit and it's a multiple philanthropy endeavor philanthropic. Thank you really say that word traffic. I didn't even know it was a word and so she said it really philanthropic. You've never heard them news anytime you hear about it okay awesome. Michelle Michelle back and speaking Michelle Michelle Robinson's most recently claim to fame aiming Forbes with digital currency and is helping bring awareness and also with the world's first balloon festival in digital currency symposium zip by that really it's Forbes. Do that's a big deal so you know I'm supposed to go world claim to fame with full four. That's why Forbes magazine. We've just we've already been having so much fun but these guys that I think we it's kind of bled over and now they're all quiet it so much fun and now they're all sitting there nice agreement with ask. US questions well. We're doing the GONNA to do business all right. That's right. We got business right business okay. She's also an ambassador for bitcoin digital currency share major major producer of the World Crypto con in Vegas yes right right here last year and she does consultant work for Bitcoin and just think tank and the world with blocks. You're right yeah got out. That was all right very good. We will get to get really well. It's been a blast already so <hes> they're already good friends. We've we've known best going boating right now. Actually we're GONNA yeah yeah after we did the all right now on the boat. It doesn't take it away. Yes Sir yes Sir Ladies and gentlemen. No Not Ladies and gentlemen you out there in podcast podcast land you. That's right you guys land. The best frigate show is a fun and powerful podcast experience sharing stories of hope passion and the true. Oh secret to success the connections we make by loving that's right. I said loving and being good. There is so much bad noise in the world. It is time to rise against the noise and flooded with the good. The bids for good show is not just a podcast. It is a move thing. Follow us on all your favorite media things twitter twists in this instance. Feis facees Book Fate Nazis Book but that's a different one. We just had we had lighting issues is. God was bobby's on the show. That's bad. Don't stay here all right. It's time it truly on the Biz. Forget show you can ask the first question you would overall with him and I was out. It'll be so much fun. You ask the question. Well okay. We're GONNA go into the Internet interview section so so is this is a fun show today because you guys are you guys. Are I asked Ryan to ask the question now taking over yeah. That's sorry give you permission here. We we have two different folks that are doing different things but doing it together so that's why you guys are on the show together and it's really kind of interesting. I love it when we first started talking. Hogmanay like Balloon Festival bitcoin yeah <hes> CRYPTO currency blockchain balloon festival. I love it that these two are together other just because it's so rain not normal. It's not it's never. GonNa pop. Blockchain is going to change the world. We know that and we get a different perspective when we fly up in the air absolutely when we're <hes> in a hot air balloon and year rising up there and you're looking down on the world. I seriously you get a whole different perspective. <hes> your mind looks at things from a different point of view and as you're looking gene at things from a higher place you get better oversight and when when he would form incorrect. I went to this think tank that Michelle is putting on because I was really trying to figure out blockchain what is blockchain whenever I mentioned that my friends would glaze over so I thought okay have to learn more about this uh-huh and I kind of saw Michelle's brilliance and then I saw we went to lunch and within twenty minutes. We decided we're doing this. This is just no no-brainer. I have the event that has it's free people can come to this event. They don't pay for parking. They don't pay for the shuttle. They don't pay to get in how many folks we usually have their shuttle. There's a shuttle bus. I'm their powder. Mountain is one of my sponsors and they bring down shuttle buses and we have different parking. Lots of people drive up to the valley beautiful scenic valley. They park in a parking lot. The shuttle bus comes by picks them up. Take some right to the event and and how many thirteen thousand that's what you're expecting this year or maybe more it gets a little bit scary when it gets more but facebook says the balloons up facebook says we can possibly have over thirty thousand but all linked callaway that might be a little crazy h that's going to be really greatly yeah so I wanNA know how does blockchain and the the balloon festival connect and and how did you guys connect. I'm curious. It's either of you have. It's the perfect Petri dish for this experiment so basically what we decided as I have attendees and I have vendors and my attendees are spending money with the vendors all the time they're exchanging in different ways credit cards checks cash trade however however so why not introduce them to another form of exchange so we brought on a sponsor. Calla is an <hes> upcoming cryptocurrency that said hey guess what we'll do. We're going to give you free crypto currency for your attendees and we're going to give you free carefully cryptocurrency for are your vendors. We want them to exchange so it's the perfect area for people to come up and learn how to do exchange with cryptocurrency and it's a a utility coins so they're not buying the cryptocurrency they're just creating the wallet getting the Free Cryptocurrency and then they're going to the vendors that have created the the coupons and making an exchange so whoa you know when you take a look at that when we I wondered how this was working yes so literally I mean seriously blockchain is something that is so unknown when you mentioned it to people they they have no idea what it is so imagine this have a blockchain event and see how many people show up understanding what blockchain releases infelicity fats yeah understanding yeah where we can actually take people and educate them res Michelle. This is okay okay. I saw Michelle stunningly brilliant idea here okay and I went okay. This has got to happen so like I said we went out. We got some sponsors that bitter specific in the cryptocurrency rolled along with beakers from some museum along with all of my other sponsors said actually make this event happen happen and I'm. I'm GonNa take a quick second just to give them a shout out because again. Just kidding can okay 'cause we <hes> ramp. If you will crypto sure yeah okay cramp my ramp grant. If you live in the Weaver County you know that <hes> every dollar spent in the tourist industry a portion of that goes back into the community for the arts. They give us a nice chunk of money to put this event on Ogden regional bless you of Jose of they wrote me a ten thousand dollar. Check in the first time we without even knowing me now. We've continued this relationship in they have grown with the event and they've allowed the the event to grow <hes> powder mountain. I couldn't do this without them. They provide the shuttle buses in the parking. <hes> mountain luxury is also <music> a really nice real estate agency up there that also helps promotes this event and then we're also doing some other really cool things with the event like a we're getting rid of plastic bottles. I guess so water wellness is bringing in pure alkaline water all the time. I guess other one of my sponsors and so this is the cool part about this okay so for the balloon fest you know I have to jump into this cryptocurrency world you know I you know you gotta. Watch your talk right if I'm going to do this. I'm going to do this so so water. Wellness is providing us with the water now I.. I'm trying to eliminate plastic bottles right. We know what they do the ocean we know what they did yeah okay so my goal for the the balloon fence was to reduce getting rid of that. I saw my mic glow for the balloon. Fest was to reduce news or petroleum intake. Okay so plastic bottles was one of them so water. Wellness is bringing in the water and then the Autumn Valley Balloon Fest has was purchased religious. Go under the tap and you just suck the TAT now. It's better than that okay so it's better than that much better know. That sounds kind of fun so the kicker on this one is the balloon festival purchase water bottles that you can purchase using cryptocurrency okay so if you want a momentum something special from the event you can actually get a callow wallet. You can purchase the water bottle with your cryptocurrency. CRYPTOCURRENCY so basically you're who'll this is cool. We're stunningly brilliant here. You know we got up because because I ever since bitcoin has been out. It's been that I've been aware of it for the last three years for years. Whatever it's been I keep going well. How do we how do we get get awareness because nobody understands what to do here. Okay keep hearing about this bitcoin thing. But what do I do with it. You Save it you you experience experience. It and that's what it is is his right now. We're definitely in a saving mode yeah fifth but with the utility quite like what we're using. You're you're actually getting the experience of exactly what you would do with bitcoin but you're not buying the bitcoin. You're using a utility point so you're getting the wallet. You're getting being the free. Crypto your coupon. You're making the exchange okay so <hes> and we were. GonNa have <hes> buse at the event. Ain't that are actually going to be there. Educating Michelle has a great lineup of people that are gonNA come in to present the so that's how Michelle and I came together <music> but the actual balloon fest is it's huge we have yeah. We started you thirty thousand well. We start Friday morning running with seventeen hundred balloons being launched and one of the other sponsors that I have is remax coat. My goal with this event was making it so that everybody could attend without financial worry so we actually have a tethered balloon that comes in and everybody can ride that tether balloon for free. Aw Yes no no listen. We have twenty bucks to get free books. We get a free shuttle. We have free entrance. They have free music. Okay and the lines going to send the supposed seems free. Yes it's free so they'll be there. Be Square were the only time you'll spend money at this event is when you go to the vendors and you really find something really cool and you want to buy it or have really a big philanthropic endeavor okay so food dodd and rescue mission runs a drug. Rehab Program Okay and they actually Ashley come in with a whole team of people and they put on a community breakfast now that all of your money's going in to support the Ogden rescue mission and we do not touch a dime of that but we we support the event we provide them with the space we provide them with some of the things that they need to make this happen and so when we take a look at the philanthropic endeavor in the three days this mission makes over ten thousand dollars and that funds a good portion of their drug sure agree how programs for down the Fed and come by food because that goes right back into the community and it goes right back into helping others so you know when we take a look at doing business. That's good for everyone. You know. This event has so many good philly things behind it that the sponsors love it and they want everybody to attend. That's why it's free. It's free you know you're going to. You're going suspend your gas to get up there. I mean I would say throw. Fifteen people in the car strapped onto the roof drive up there. It's a wish we haven't heard from Sir. Let let's say let's up. So how does how. Where are you at connected with that example and I'm. I'm just curious how this is put together from on your end yeah absolutely so. I've been wanting to do something like this for a while like I so I'm pretty involved with at the blockchain community here in Utah and I've been to several conferences. <hes> elsewhere deal very very soft well. I've been working out. She needs a bigger ego bigger. We set forms you can you can own it us a little bit <hes> so my you know what I've wanted to do. I love doing events and creating experiences for people <hes> and so I really wanted to <hes> do something like this but I didn't want to start from the ground up so that it's been about since I've been in the crypto space which has been about two years. I've been wanting to do something similar to this and <hes> but I didn't. I knew I didn't need it to be. I didn't need to make it from the ground up right so this was perfect perfect to just have something that we've that's already been created and then we just kind of like infiltrate into it and make it happen so last year we actually did something similar with with a cryptocurrency called Dash. It was a small a smaller event here in Salt Lake and it worked really well. We have a couple of food trucks. That were accepting dash and dash thing do you were you there. Did you know I remember hearing all right. Yeah Yeah so <hes> so you know full circle. We were showing. Maybe that's what I was thinking so. Dash is actually a type of crypto. Yeah exactly yeah decentralized yeah so <hes> so it worked really well. We're really swimmingly so why not keep it going and so putting in the the speakers of of you know making it <hes> as as basic as possible as far as you know. I've really tailored the subject matter so that <hes> <hes> you know it's for easily understood for the general public and showing full like okay what's going on with like a lot of the fear of of losing crypto what if it gets hacked or what if the Internet you know shuts down and things like that so really trying to say okay well. These are things that you do to to prevent those things like you. You really should be keeping your wallet on your person or in your paper. Don't keep it on an exchange things like that so I she probably go run home and take your teaching so there's a lot going on. There's <hes> I also really passionate about <hes> you know finding people that aren't even involved or even have heard of Bitcoin that you know they might have problems in their industry with what they do this and that they're geniuses in their industry and all they need is just to be educated on how this technology is helpful for them. The industry survey interrupt you. How did you get this <hes>. Wouldn't it the passion for this bitcoin start with yours for good question junior <hes> so it's pretty common that you know we say we fall down the rabbit hole and there's there's always like inception layers of like oh my minds blown. Oh now I get it. Now I get I think one of the biggest ones for me was <hes> just understanding the decentralized nature of <hes> Bitcoin and it's <hes> it's not going anywhere as much as you say decentralized. Could you explain that to because I get it. I understand where you're going going at but yeah you lost me well. It's the coolest. Slow your mind right now. It is the coolest part. This is the coolest. This is what makes bitcoin or crypto currency so cool. Yeah Bank doesn't control it country yeah so basically if I can put the simple terms of we have several million <hes> servers that <hes> that work together to make bitcoin happen <hes> and it's open source and open source meaning. Anybody and everybody can do it if they want yeah so. That's what we call a fork. <hes> we can go into your uh-huh anyway. You may be going to know what you're GONNA go. That's fine but there's others that will I don't know what the hell no worries <hes> so <hes> it just means that it's controlled by people that that make it happen. <hes> you know so oh by the people for the people yeah and <hes> it's. Kinda the same idea like you know. I hear a lot of people. Ask Me what you know what happens if if the Internet get something happens to the Internet and it's going to have to worry about a lot more than what I say. That's what I always say is your. We've got bigger problems so much screwed and it's all know. Abbas yeah so does that help to. I think so yeah yeah absolutely different ways to kind of explain. What made you think Oh my gosh. This is good for the world <hes> well well. You know okay so we can get into like the the you know a lot of controversy with banks and let's go go go. Do this okay so you know. It's just really relax. It's really bank works. You'll know that yeah so and truthfully. The funniest thing is banks have been doing you know crypto currency in a form for one hundred years. I mean they as paper anyway. It's it's funny than we talk like. This is a new thing but the the technology is new but the concept is not a concept is many millions old so oh a cleaner exchange now any more balanced now too. I think that <hes> there's there's like a distribution of <hes> you know it. We we have an opportunity to kind of take control back because the banks rage against the machine's the banks are Kinda like the House wins wins right kind of like the casino when it comes to make Jones and stuff like that they they don't do things that don't work in their favor and that's she just works instead of what what's the best for everybody or if we all are kind of <hes> watching each other <hes> <music> people that don't really understand this bitcoin thing. That aren't aren't there yet. They just need people like you guys. It's a good thing I wanNA throw a weird question yeah part in my head. What's up the dark web darkwa in conjunction with Bitcoin the dark web <unk> dibble dabbled well. I mean so you could compare the dark web and it's you know everybody's always taste bad. It's it's made for bad things and it's like well so was other currencies in history like same thing with cash like when people will do bad things. Don't they usually pay for it in cash. What exactly they say currency. You can't keep track of it. You can't keep travel money either pay. It's I guess what I'm trying to secure. Wi security honoring dark web secure well. That's the beauty of the the blockchain well. That's the thing is you know. There's there's different. I don't have an answer for that. Sure 'cause I mean because there's so many hard core sign my hail for the dark web no you can't you can't stop. I mean there's got to be. It's just like the name we're GonNa have good things. We're going to have bad things things like that so you know as far as security goes. You know we're working. You know there are companies that are working on infrastructure security different and things like that a lot of things like that. Since since we've already went there we went completely off track because this is so fricking interesting and and you mentioned the dark web. I'm going to mention the dark web facebook. What's going on. What's going on with. Iran can't avoid keeps going up because isn't like Chase Jason. Everybody else connected with that <hes> well I.. I don't know to be completely honest. I don't I mean I've kind of been keeping up on a a little bit of the libra thing but completely honest to be completely honest. It's just it's not bitcoin it so I don't. I don't keep that was what whatever's going on with that drama to be honest. I should but I the movement at all or because talk. There's a lot of there's kind of you know. There's some people that believe that will it will kind of like help to at least gain the awareness fairness and Kinda give us a push in to what's going on but then the way that it is structured is definitely nothing like bitcoin force take control of it well well they <hes> they still have like a <hes> open source <hes> association and so but but in order to be a part of like a node or someone that's important in this association. You have to pay into it so that's typically yeah so. That's kind of what we're kind and like. It's all about the mood yeah so then. We kind of end up. Are we going to be in the same situation as before with just like a banks trip currency. Lindsay stamp on it. I don't know so go to Forbes. They wrote up a great article about it. What do you look for that. We should put that on facebook and stuff look. I'll have to simply yeah. That's cool. Let's do that. This is this is this is deep. I mean we don't usually get this deep yeah. This is cool man because I'm a bitcoin fan. I'm a blockchain fan. I've read up on so much stuff. I <hes> I been doing it. Since you know the guy put out what's his name wasn't in the Japanese guy. Oh A and yes. She told she yes the Tofu yeah and and I've I've watched been curious about it. Forever had buddy that had thousands and thousands of because he was mining back in the day and he was giving it to a charity. Oh he added going straight to a charity because he was cool he was just doing it was thousands and thou- that's charity must be pretty well right now. How did anything with it anyway what you should ask him what you're anyway. We're going to <hes> turn. The Boat Captain Eos to question number one. We not we roundabout. Lee Did question number number one. I mean you see both of them are talking about the good in the world and why you're doing it right while the question so there are no in perspective. Edward Okay go ahead go ahead to Ryan keeps us on track as much much better when I mean it's definitely the Biz for good good. Do Good Realm right now so I'm totally billing yes. You said you had a good story. Oh Yeah <hes> when when I I did this event with the balloon fest. People don't realize it's a huge endeavor to to put on a lot of work on little teeny. Events kills me for two weeks. We didn't Utah podcast festival. There was two hundred people there and it was a frigging awesome but yeah it's great right. UTAH podcast summit not festival but anyway. We totally disrupted you again. No problem no problem. I see we kind of have like a gunshot. Yes yes a shotgun approach listener. We'll get something in between all of the craziness so the the I mean the first time I remember doing something good. <hes> it was a long time ago. It's always been my desire that anytime I encounter with somebody or sure. I do some sort of exchange that there's a expansion that there's something that really benefits everybody in the process so when I take a look at the balloon fest the first time I did this. I was exhausted. I actually ended up in hospital after my first event with a kidney stone because dehydrated myself and I didn't know if I ever wanted to do this again and I was twenty years ago now. I've I've only been the chair for six years but I've been in involved with the event for twenty years but you know it had a hiatus for six years. We didn't have an event and I talked to sponsor into Nordic Valley. <hes> God bless you <hes> they wrote the first big check to bring the event back and I had never ran an event this big so I'm I'm like looking at this kind of gone. Okay cool here we go. Let's leap into the darkness and just do it and that's what happened and so <hes> nobody nobody really had a lot of information on a lot of the event and I dug through a lot of things and I figured out how to recreate the event and bring it back and it was a totally eighty per phase but <hes> really what made the difference for me is when I saw the people that we helped <hes> you know this is a nonprofit so oh it's not like I'm making millions of dollars doing this waiver go but the people that benefit from this you know they really they benefit it from this you know and it's it's more than just the Ogden rescue mission. There's so many things linked to this event and it just has such a feel-good event. You know we also work with young artists and performers musicians and artists and <hes> we have a small stage where we bring in New People that are just just learning to perform in front of people and giving them a really nice little performance area for them to actually see what it's like to perform in front of twenty thirty people then we have the big stage. It's forty five feet and oh it's massive. I love this. It's like it's like this trailer that just comes in and just pops up and <hes> so then we take again other performers have performed more but they're really ready to just jump out into the world and we put him on that stage h so the event does a lot besides just the hundred and one hundred balloons or the drop. How often do you get a chance to actually go up in touch hutter Berlin especially when it looks like an hour oh the our once great or even you know if if you wanted to volunteer and this is really cool because we get about got seventy five volunteers to come up and help crew the balloons so when you crew the balloon you get yeah. It's not like about the out so when you get to be a hot air balloon crew you actually help inflate the balloon and get the balloon up then you chase the balloon you hold onto the rope. Ah let me tell you on the ground that you can do that for the balloon gloves yeah oh the holding onto the rope is the balloon is coming up looking excellent idea. It's like okay. That sounds like it was does. She love your leg. Okay perfect so let me float away Ryan. Doing good is slow down exactly what this event does everything. You know that we do what we're talking about. You know we have at the end of the event. We have the good bad and ugly list okay everything of the event gets measured by the the good bad and ugly and I go back to my sponsors and I have to own my uglies okay and we've we've had though yeah also yeah and so we try to really strive each year to have a lot of goods you know like <hes> one example. We have these dance performers performers. They're amazing they dance they perform on Saturday night and they're all the performers are on the stage and the first time they did this. They scared me okay because they're all there dancing a lot of sun performance or coming off the stage and grabbing kids and taking them up on the stage the next thing I know the stage has been taken taken over by the audience and all the performers are the dancers for in the audience and this. I've you know as we were done. I was getting ready to walk. Walk up to the stage to make announcements and this young little autistic grow came up and hugged me and just said this was the best day ever and I went okay. That's it. That's why Oy I do this. That's why put myself through this is so that we can have young children perform on a stage. That would never have a chance to do it and it's just it's such an crate event and now we've got Michelle Dillon. You know something that's so leading edge just going to blow people's minds Tom. So when win on away tells the story well well. I you know I think I'm going to shift a little bit. I I really WANNA. Tell people people because you know I'm a connector. That's something that I enjoy. I feel like I do good with that and you know I do. I don't know yeah <hes> but that part. You gotta be really feel like I should talk about the think tank <hes>. It's something that we just started <hes> about five months on S- ago or something like that so we have once a month and we just meet up and we it's. It's a more engaging environment. We right you you know different ideas on the board and things like that and then we just go into just really fun brainstorming. It's Possum I love it. I love it. I love it so much and and you know we've had a couple people that have have come and they actually have projects that they're working on and things like that and we actually have solved problems for them. You know so much like and we go all over the place like you're you should come sometime. I think you really really enjoy as a matter of fact. Give a really cool even to do a podcast like. I figured it'd be fascinating. We're there because we like. We have so many different every month the same time it's the third Tuesday of the month and then you know <hes> we we usually capita about we usually have about fifteen people there Max and so I make sure <hes> evening around yeah we we start at six thirty and it's just it's fascinating fascinating and the only thing that I ask is that it has something to do with disruptive technology or some tile like so we got you know we talk about aliens or a the I this and that and it's just so much fun that that to me is you know von sits really cool next mind expanding yeah but we know I mean you don't have to whisper land. Lynn Lynn Lynn Co Burn Ladies and gentlemen is the think think-tank is a higher perspective. The first time I went I walked out of there and just oh these are really brilliant thoughts you know and some of the solutions that they were coming up with it was like Oh wow I one of my favorites actually was <hes> so it's <hes> <hes> so in the blockchain we have what's called a seven twenty. One else sits a non fungible token basically what it means is. It's <hes> a way to write contracts wchs and and put it on the blockchain. Okay so it with me. I guess you can't go there. I'm kind of their contracts. Drink not quite the same as the contract with the lawyer but it's similar it could be it could be could be so very good <hes> so we came up with an idea to do like like a donation base where where <hes> like for example one of the things that I thought of after we had the think tank was because I ran into this lady that does <hes> <hes> coral reef restoration or you know she helps with the coral reefs and so I thought Oh that would be brilliant to have you know an adoption a AH blockchain adoption <hes> system or protocol where somebody can adopt a coral reef and then we just <hes> keep people updated through the <HES> <hes> through the contract and then that way we can see the growth of the of the <hes> coral reef anyway anyway. I know it's really it's really really really fun so that's that was. I think that is the that is the essence of this. Show is taking the technology that we have in making it for a better. Eh that is used for a better world beautiful yen betterman signing up for the world yeah you guys definitely social weaponary and when when we have the next one sure absolutely it's August Twentieth Twentieth August twentieth. Were there were there Ryan. We got market down the calendar impact hub no <hes> sumner. I don't think so sumner sumner don't know is that that's like a name linked prince right okay. Let's get this is so fun. We're kind of running out of time. <hes> let's just jump straight to what's a what's something you could give our listeners to that. They can take take away and do or an action items in something that our listeners can our listener listener the peop-. The person that is listening out there that needs to hear what you're fixing to tell them weeks for that really work on we started out with the topic you know gaining perspective and making the impossible possible and and so I think a lot of people are really asking how do you make the impossible possible right and so I was in this yoga class and that's exactly what it was. Yes <hes> do those. Yoga instructor sat me down and said listen. You'RE NOT GONNA do it all at once. You'RE GONNA take small small steps and you're going to practice and you're going to have a discipline and each day. You're going to get closer and closer to making. And what was impossible today possible in several months and so when we take a look at you know it was impossible at one time time for this balloon festival comeback. Nobody thought we would ever have this event back in the valley and we made it possible and you know it was just really getting kidding really clear about what division was and what my hurdles were and to go through each hurdle and you say okay. Here's the hurdle and you don't do it alone. You do it with the team and that team is so strong that you have no choice but to succeed so you build a team around you and can you make the impossible possible. I love it. I love it love it that is so cool and going with the thing with balloons I I lived in Albuquerque for a little bit albuquerque small little bitty by farm right and <hes> one morning I woke up and I heard there was like ten balloons fried chest like it. Oh Yeah you're pretty good do that next to see what it does so anyways my window what does that and there's this blue Bam acid rain on my window and it was just amazing so and I I had a chance to go on a balloon was little tied or tethered and I was grateful for that because of ways though okay anyways so the experience is it you're you're providing is amazing is really all inspired by the balloon so frazier L. It is there's just nothing like it again. I just love this connection. Connection of Youtube is this disruptive new technology and taking something so unique and different from that world and meshing them mm together for awareness that you guys I'm telling you it's pure genius thank you that is amazing. It's cool. I thank you I love it. Can can you tell them excited thinking so cool here thinking for years. How do we get this out? There haven't had people to see that. It's not really that hard hard to do it. It's not that hard now. You're the have your bitcoin on a piece of paper. People don't realize it it can be a little piece of paper is the anyway we don't want him but it's about education and awareness you know. Where do they get the education? Where did they get the awareness? Where do they get the the knowledge of how so so why not make it real life? Yes exactly coolest part of what your mission is to make it more. You know I just want people to be more comfortable with it. Being around you know and it's you know it's not going anywhere so I think to answer the all answer the question <hes> real quick to <hes> so that not in the way. I'll sorry we're having some lighting leading issues yeah all right so I think that might my challenge for the listener would be <hes> you know have an open mind <hes> like I said you know things are changing quickly. This isn't going anywhere. 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#257 Exploring the galaxy with the fastest supercomputer, Python, and radio astronomy

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#257 Exploring the galaxy with the fastest supercomputer, Python, and radio astronomy

"With radio astronomy. We can look across many light years of distance. Nc incredible detail such is the chemical makeup of a given region. Kevin Vincent and Rodriguez Tobar from icy are a are are using the world's fastest supercomputer along with some sweet python to process the equivalent. One thousand six hundred hours of standard definition youtube video or second. This is talk by me episode. Two hundred fifty seven recorded March twenty. Six Two thousand twenty nine. Welcome to talk by a weekly podcast. On Python the language the libraries the ecosystem in the personalities. This is your host Michael Kennedy. Follow me on twitter. I'm at Kennedy. Keep up with the show and listen to past episodes at Talk Python Dot. Fm and follow the show on twitter at talk by on this episode is brought to you by Leonod and clubhouse. Please check out whether offering during their segments. It really helps support the show. Kevin Rigo Welcome to talk by thunder me thanks. I Hey have you guys. Both on the show. This topic is something that I'm both faceted with and actually not very knowledgeable about so it's awesome and it has a really cool bunch of python going on as well so I think we're GONNA have a lot of fun talking about radio telescopes in just processing ridiculous amounts of data. I think we're talking coming this the other day that kind of the site of how big this number sound because if you aren't always this realm you don- you don't realize that this is actually pregnant. Yeah that's an understatement. So we'll definitely dig into all the data and everything that's going on. It's pretty impressive. It's certainly well. I'll leave until we get to you but it's some crazy crazy numbers that y'all all are doing but before we get into that stuff. Let's just start up briefly with how you got into programming python. Maybe Kevin you go. I did my degree in physics back in the UK and then stayed around doing very languages. I programmed in C C plus plus prologue less small talk and from by. You can tell them quite old when I came to join it Carter in two thousand nine parthenogenesis of defense language for a little astronomy. So I learned. Yeah what was that? Learning Python experience like much easier Golfer and C. Plus plus the syntax. She's just so much cleaner it is and it sounds like you have experience with a lot of different languages right like scheme lisp. Small Talk C. Plus plus there's a lot of different examples and so you know you come to python and you're like Oh this is a weird language. It doesn't have any line breaks or it doesn't really love the Senate like a lot of syntactical elements in there. But Somehow Title I do find it funny that you can still write them. If you just feel the need you know. Just put him at the end. It's okay for probably between tell each. I apply challenge. Because it tells you you don't really need. Yeah exactly if you really need that comfort blanket. I suspect you could turn off. That Code Texan Code rule and chairman. Just just put this cold but you may not be accepted by your fellow. Pie Them Program. It's right it's right Rodrigo. Have I always liked computers so I decided to go on? I agree without really knowing exactly what competing wasn't doing. Learning design become became evil to be a stormy we have students who are doing honoration Sweden some observers I'm originally from Chile jillion around many observatories because conditions are so good for something. So there was this group of students. Equal rations wigs solve several. Tracy Taylor you go basically into business Latini. I moved into the European Southern Observatory Florida's in Germany. I worked for years and then moved here to e. cry you know spreading out to continue working in particular study doing some more by down hearing Show done capital basic scripts before by nothing much to it really got into their wits now. Weaver County using Python Well that sounds really fun. And certainly Chili's is one of those places where astronomy especially radio astronomy right is that where contact was filmed. No conflict was filmed the. Us in New Mexico south of Albuquerque. It was set though in like in that area right. In general I definitely South America somewhere. It'd be awesome CBO. Maybe I think so. Oh Yeah Yeah. Shelter to number civilian. Does he reco effort. Okay Yeah Yeah. Yeah okay. Puerto Rico okay. So it's not exactly the same one but there's definitely with the mountains there there's a bunch of observatories right yes yes very on the optical science will so for Optical Andrei destroy me you different set of requirements if you want for optical one lights super super clear skies whereas you can have clouds so delay in the north of tillers huge which is very very high perfect for right right right right so yeah. I hadn't really thought about that. Of course for optical stuff the higher the better but what are the requirements for Radio Telescopes? Ben's on on the frequency that the rate of frequency that you're serving is you are in. The high frequencies is basically amount of water in the skull Piombo or P. B. B. I forgot the time for altius. Romi is sorry for the lower. Prices of raiders for me is are fine. The radio frequency interference any Meeting Radio Frequency Wise. So you want very isolated places from us. Okay I see as will learn. You can measure things like water and stuff very far away with radio. Telescopes right just suspect having like water in the air as a problem. That's interesting microwave agitated Walter. It's the same basic principle. That's the Alma telescope. Which is in the desert is number. Bigamous thing has to be high that there is no moisture that the stuff we tend to work on generally convey down and a little bit higher. Okay interesting and what do you guys do day to day? Are you both doing Strana me basically day-to-day or code for astronomy me. Pretty much I mean. Most of my work is helping. Mohawk or storm is do things faster so every time for a group who were doing some multiple web it was taking full t two days to do something they then pasta over to us. We go down to eighteen hours. That's awesome that means you can do so much more science right. But as a classic divide and conquer problem at paralyzed line matt talks embarrassingly parallel and we Scott Shaw. We don't really do gathering till the very end Bassett. I see so. It's almost like you can almost do individual computation on a per pixel basis maybe the equivalent of a per pixel basis. We tench Wilkin Frequency Channel. Molden GAY but yes so. We would just purchase one particular or one of frequencies on one machine depend on another number on another world. Do quite a bit of machine learning. What Tech Team are affi- application wage doing corrections actually now moving? Some of our struggle me work into oceanwave investigations and transit or whether we can correct the swell so there's no way there's going to be a good idea right. Okay now. That would be a really unexpected consequence or outcome or capability from studying. Gravitational waves is better surf. Predictions obligation state has different quicken small. Yeah I guess so. Yeah the whole gravitational wave detection stuff is some pretty cutting edge science and it's really interesting and it's cool that you're using machine learning to try to understand that we have a smoke group working on it. We've got ten inches in the pump detectors. This is a very active area of research. There's a lot of groups around the world working on. Yeah I think it's kind of amazing. There's a Lotta stuff with gravity oriented things in astronomy right now. We have the gravitational wave detection for the Clintons Black Holes. We have the first picture of black holes in the last year and a half or so whenever that was going on around their medical field teaching. Sure I guess. If you're already university eventually you might end up. Interacting with a student or two very cool. All right Rodriguez. What about you got kind of similar? I on personal rights became evolving stormy. So I help a summer through the software in different languages for different purposes. Sunil only for me but also for Analysts form we also am theoretical group so people who simulations formation such so all over the place on we only me about all the people in the group we specialize comes kind of in this area of killing. Romans? Lloyd's mice also. On how much do you end up helping them with? Standard Software Engineering. Things like Hey. I need to teach you source control. This is get hub. Let spend an hour talking about that or are they pretty much. Good to go. The generation older durations. Aw It'd be harder to kind of move to sign a newer people like Jonker people come with all those concepts. Serie Computing Rights. They never give ray there so do help to push that. Far East most multi on their Meghan this offer the same side of thanks Entitled Opportune Opponent. How you organize it. Codes optimize things for the particular architecture on someone Okay cool and you're also working on this S. K. A. Construction the square kilometer array. Just this whole topic. I guess we'll talk more audits later. By one of the main institutions that are working on the square kilometer array yet. So it's interesting. I don't know if it's works for light. But it does for radio that if you put multiple detectors and sort of densely but not actually connected at one giant and tanner something you can put that together like a bigger detector right bigger lens in the radio world. So that's the idea right. Just that's exactly Gaskell interferometry you basically if you got three on tennis. Abc Do you do. Is You take measurements in the from from BSE. And then you correlate every repair so to correlate the from be from being from Do that correlates are. Which is the one voice doing all this mixing signals and out goes one correlated thing though which is as if you have one big content. So that's what happens in Vegas for me. I think I'm not sure by up to college. You can also from A to B. But I'm not sure how the kind of work in the science cool so this. Esca project is the square kilometer array which is International Project. That you all are working. On involving thirteen countries that are full members of the project in the Or others who are just participating right. Yeah that's right is the collecting. Because you know we're we're starting to run out of things off the screen. Where do we generally collecting area system is now missing in spite of the fun telescope which means belting countries so the life frequency components coming up to Western Australia and the Frequencies Gang South Africa? So they'll be speaking meat dishes in South Africa. I'm one hundred. One hundred and seventy two and ten is Western Australia so called Com fifty million euros just for the the first one. I don't know a hundred and thirty one thousand antennas bringing all this data. That is a huge amount of antennas. And it's your Joe decombis second five hundred fifty gigabytes a second. I don't really have a great way to understand that number. Honestly like you gotTa think of large cloud services like youtube or Netflix. Or something like that right and we say no orange them. Visualize it if you take your you know your how drives your five hundred heart ripe under throw it and you throw one of those second right. Yeah that's a lot of data also takes a lot of power right. Yeah that's one of the the the key things because we we would like Green as possible but we go cap on the moment to make a wall system on the planet. So that's still a challenge. We have to address. Yeah you almost need your own power plant. Tell me how much somebody call the ready down. Okay is it the blades that generate? Rfi Or is it the generators that generate. Yeah yeah this portion of talk python is brought to you by Leonod whether you're working on a personal project or managing your enterprises infrastructure. Leonard has the pricing support in scale that you need to take your project to the next level with eleven data centers worldwide including their newest data center in Sydney Australia. Enterprise Grade Hardware S. three compatible storage in the next generation network. Leno delivers the performance. That you expect at a price that you don't get started on the road today with a twenty dollar credit and you get access to native. Ssd Storage Forty gigabit network. Industry-leading processors they're revamped cloud manager at cloud DOT Llano dot com root access to your server along with their newest. Api and a python. Cli just visit Talk Python Jonathan Slash on the node when creating a new LAGNOTA count. You automatically get twenty dollars credit for your next project. Oh and one last thing. They're hiring GOTO LENO DOT com slash to find out more. Let them know that we sent you. You know one of the things I think before we dive into the python side of this. That might be fun to talk about a little bit is. There's a website for the way that has six amazing facts. Maybe I could just throw those out really quick if you guys could just comment on them. I don't want these facts about point system so this is right okay. So yeah you're only we're only really working on stage one now and there's GonNa be some beyond that Rameau. Yeah awesome so the next one. The next amazing facts is that the central computer will have the processing power of one hundred million. Pc's Rodriguez because there's a bunch of GPS or they're like really just a lot of these. Both final design Author Computer Full Fully decided buys definitely going to be a mixture of both right and so all of this is based on the way we calculate how many computations we will need to do therefore that's suited size while the next one is. The dishes will produce ten times as much data traffic as the global Internet. Yes that's crazy that's nuts because you have so many issues right right. This is before. He goes to the correlates foods. Like what comes off the coordinator getting Siamese about half terabyte per second which is obviously not. The glittering is what comes out of the individual antennas on the Internet. There's a bunch of fiber optic that brings it back to these leaders in like average elaine. Yeah yeah crazy and then finally the aperture raise could produce up to one hundred times the Global Internet. Traffic so yeah. There's I think this is a pretty interesting honestly. The one that's most exciting to me is the one about the airport radar on on the planet. Ten tens of lightyears. Everyone is ready to planet that we know about the moment with the fake within that could potentially hold life. Though I mean on nearest neighbors Alpha senator processing so I go to planets around it but it's a red dwarf which means that current St with lots of friends so as we know it would probably struggle to mold that you really do want to get like a cleansing radiation spray every ten years. Or whatever yeah. That's right and proper mounting sunscreen. That like help you with that one. Yeah that's that's one of the sad things for me about all of this stuff. I really wish is just so big that it's just really challenging to actually explore interact with it. Measure it like even if you do get measurements back. It's like well. That was one hundred years ago. Another hundred to like cinemas we wait. I mean I'm less. Let's get you before I took up. Primary schools gives the European. I'm lending we sent messages supposed to essential for about six years. Yeah that's not too bad. Actually not too bad cool so I guess maybe the next thing that's interesting to to dig into before we get like fully into the program inside of things just like what kind of questions are you guys trying to answer. I mean it's super cool to have this giant radio telescope with one hundred thirty one thousand antennas together in this giant array but you get some measurements of it then what think Oh. Nothing's a radio telescope. Won'the hundred so find common model because and now look I start looking at the Constellation Orion Nikola in that has these coming way. Oh Yeah Yeah. That's and if that those gases and small particles coalesce into planets those planets have got to have those things or asteroids that crash into planets. Right message don't know much about one of the phone. Things and Mike in the bill of reorganizing often be. We had everything being home town. Kids became you. Smugly season plays on began to realize things stall so much going to start to appear until about thirty years ago. When everything's five become transparent got so we want to go back and have a look at that time huge clipping area? Because I'm talking about sometimes right so you gotta have something incredibly sensitive to go far enough back in time like you're right. Yeah these measurements that allow you to see. Things like hydrogen in water and carbon monoxide and so on each molecule has its own signature in the radio wave and so we can look at the spectrum and say you know the pig about cooking being sold by something something making skull x Ray ultraviolet incorrect radio. We'll okay yeah so it's like an Mr far away because the richest to see how far away expanded the rainy way stretch got compensated as well we can then look for it and Well it's really amazing that you can just send out radio waves and then get all this. Yeah yes okay thank you. But it's like that you can measure these radio waves and adjust. You can basically see it right. It's almost like as if your you've got an optical telescope but your computing of visual representation for humans right speaking of all the computation stuff. Let's dig into it so I know Rodrigue. You're working a lot on this project in so you guys have got your hands on this pretty serious computer right so on the worth of that. We did last year while some Running simulation lobbies are not. Only you know I want to get us out of various counts the biggest Kale possible that we could achieve now trying to to come up with what system will look like in ten years when we actually had to run it up that right so we teamed up with the original naps in the US and they own at the moment the biggest not the biggest fastest supercomputer in the world is gold summit so summit casts over four thousand six hundred announced on each no defined seeks to abuse six V. One hundred and bearcats plus something like hundred sixty cores is like each north on itself is based and you've got four thousand six hundred of them right to win over age. We wanted to run a simulation on their computer. Of course this they also wanted something back rights. The free lunch and helping collaborating event for a number of years and one area of which have been working on is just seeing their aid us to library. I can take into the second by specifically an I. O Framework for Disobedience programs so that was you got. Some time is summit. We have an expedition these student of ours. Who is working right now over there? So she was our mangled point. His name is Jason. One that will decide to run a couple of different experiments to dessel. -sego parts so the first experience while. Stews humilate an actual observation offense. Gay Like Telescope on. That was the whole nation. We use almost all the notes. And all that you've used in all of these notes to simulate what the core later whip reviews one serving right so we're normally individual where the stimulating the ALP with the Koreans. Bright Vision that we decided to simulate is exactly that epoch over a on session. Which is one of this big discusses Okay. So we decided to simulate that we simulators that output of Corre later as if it was correlating as many antennas as the as the only aspect. Publish tuned down a little bit is number frequency channel subway though oppose ulcer assimilation in. You can start out to sixty four thousand some towns we simulated all twenty eight twenty nine thousand one tunnel. Yeah so you had twenty seven thousand. Gpa WHO's running power for six hours to generate a portion no sorry for three hours simulating six hours of observation. Young to generate all this data talk about the computing writing goes in and this data just comes screaming into the supercomputer and you have to distributed out and basically do all this processing. Is it like image processing or is it by time-series processing what like what are you doing? In this first experiments. We first of all with generator in the supercomputer right. So we don't have to bring anything from any Saas we just generate the data on the abuse streaming out of the US in the views on each individual note with its some some data action basically to invade from different China's on our Together so we did out of the other local. No Levers I the sixty years we call us into a single and then every six dollars with again. Another further reduction. This is something that would be similar to what you would be doing on the ESPN. And basically Bruce on I guess scientific reasons of when when you don't want to this kind of our bod for the puck over ancestrally something that you would do so with these two steps. I'm writing on them. We wrote the data immediately to this and that was the first experiment. Iran on its own. There was no further competition. Yeah so one of the things. That's interesting is you guys are getting so much data. You can't write the raw data to disk. You've got a process it and filter it down and do this. Averaging then you can finally save that bit which is probably still a lot of data yes so for example the data generated of the dupuis during those three hours plus two point six times what we ended up on this was about one hundred ten zero. Wow so your hours yeah. That doesn't three hours. Yeah Yeah in three hours so we decided to our particular case but on the real thing and you may actually need to write all the data into this. And that's why waited some other experiencing in those directions. So when I think of what I'm visualizing is there's just like you're saving so much data. I have a power plant that runs on coal. There's like everyday giant trained brings in coal and it just is continuously going. I can almost like you almost like constantly shipping in hard drives and plugging them in like. How do you deal with that truck of hard drives here? Well the there will be a buffer basically so as you do feel one of your buffers with all the incoming data whilst you're also wretched fishes you swap the buffers next submission the during this later processing again reviews amount of time by again or this to us about this. I was talking before about the first experiments with a second third in the second experiment which took the output of the first effectively reduced even further. So they all of the first which is a a significant reduction of Later gives you the colleague Seromi visibilities arrest them also excels on images directly Visibilities that lecture undercut to actually image you got to pray that image from them and takes much longer scamming much complicated process. So that's why you can't beat aflame. And without during the second experiment took all Halloran Ten terabytes of visibilities on we created images for each of the channels. So if you have many images for each of the towns who found your image cube that the south our interests army or if you wanted to complain as a movie as you go across the different channels Aldo image cube. It turned out to be three point three something again. Massive reduction of data. Yeah that starts to get to the level. You can write that down no problem. Yeah Yeah exactly. That's what you can also distribute across the world through interests and again investigating thin. There will be something like that will be the main computer that do the man for actions on after the main elections. Don't they sent over to Markel the escape regional centers and does work a final signs. Yeah it sounds a little bit. Like the large Hadron collider which does a ton of computation and filtering and averaging and whatnot of the data but then it streams a bunch out to probably places like Oak Ridge and other places where it's further processed and further process. It sounds like you might be doing something similar here in the comfort with using them until they decisively daytime depending on doors scientists Chris and then distributed so. Let me ask you as something. You're running the simulation on summit in Oakridge which is the fastest supercomputer the world or nearly. So what are you GonNa do when the real like? You're going to build one of the largest supercomputers in Australia and then another one in South Africa is pretty much what you have to do. Time won't be the fastest right share compared to current style. Iphones by everyone will know it was the plan for dealing with this because it sounds like you've got to move a like a a serious bit of compute next to the system planning effectively. Run something on endure that. If I'M NOT MISTAKEN HUNGRY. Pepple PEPPLE SOCIETAL. The supercomputer that should be viewed which is kind of compelled to summit. 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It'd be fun to dig into some of the Python Code and architecture that you guys had to put in place to make this happen right so a lot of these types of systems. They have a lot of C. Plus PLUS IN PLACE. They also have a lot of interesting python going on. I'm sure in the data science visualization side but also maybe more in the core of the system for such pro. You mentioned the Framework we use for this so instead of running things with MPI wakeup inducing unexcusable framework done we the Our institutes Comfortable to pronounce even more difficult to write. But I will. I will give you a link to the ASS. Super Execution Framework is so big slide. Dusk which people are more familiar with in the sense that you build a graph with your computations and then you execute the growth in a number of workers right now. The big difference between the legion. Our Execution Framework is south. Dusk is very dynamic in central Yukon. Bring you can't bring workers up and down on the discredited will dynamically just load to coury level right. Frat in whereas more sign for the escape case in particular Brazil President Eric. One of the main design decision was to work with us the so instead of trying to be by nominations and try to you know talk from here to their starting positions here. What are we tried to be very studied because moving they tougher? Lump this on. Hillary saw very expensive operation. If the compute is what's expensive and the data is not that bad. Move it around to balance the compute and getting that to happen is really important but when you have so much that it's more than the Internet you're moving around Internet you're already out of probably near a limit of moving around just to get it somewhere so like you'll combinatorial. Passing around is is not really what you're after your instead of focusing on dynamism that gives you we focus on having very good schedule. Upfront of your computations. So you're not exactly how long each one's going to take the next likely how much this going to be? Where and you keep it laying on specifically. That sounds very cool. That doesn't mean difference being though. Ping this brookside fashion but now use anything real-life world as well when justice for this summit demonstration. So all the things that we run this big simulation all the processes that we have this poll announced one or this or thousand six hundred notes in our extremely giving a very pre overlook we execution primaries using using ceramic. You to send messages between befriends entity send Dhakal. Maya's not yours so we send events closely with US zero. Rv seat which is on more field d'appel Syracuse. We sell to also do a couple of promote coast between different nominees. All the kettering. Don't buy them. There is some interfacing with the Medicine Library. Rinsing other rapper. For OTHER RATE RIGHT. Orissa's old is all zero. Q looks really interesting. I haven't done anything with it but it has a Nice Python Library Q. Right and this is the I. It seems like something that would be really useful if you're sitting a Lotta messages around and whatnot. And then something I had not even heard of which you had brought up is zero. Rpc which basically sends messages out over zero Q and then waits for a response or something like that kind of come back as another message. Yes you would expect from Arkansas Framework Ryan you can get a confide referenced on a remote object anew. Pope methods on gets replies parameter. Some doubt then travels through serum Q. I think it's using message. Pack for them also relation then serum careful for the actual networking on on that I think our BC has bindings for different languages of also do Inter language or visit with okay wealth. That looks really interesting to me. One of the big challenges. It sounds like programming. The system is it's just so big in so distributed though. Really need these layers. You know you talk to this sort of okay. I'm GonNa Talk to the zero. Rpc talks desire acuity. Which then might talk to this distributed scheduling service. That then figures out how Steph Right like there's just layer after layer. Is that a big challenge to fight to keep on us. You're saying older layers screens possible before we even says he will ask also tried other. Obviously frameworks like pyro. Four the remote. Which else on. Top of layer onto layer with house for different ones at the same time. I think we still have this. They'RE GONNA turn it on is not really what we issues throughout the Asher. Another interesting library at that. You guys have any actually maintain as I jason. Just we'd use contain Jason. Crc through so. I just briefly described his way to Utah over very long Jason's three data without coming up a big memory. Consumption says you bus are Jason territory and you get kind of arcing events or that or that. There aren't different arcing levels. My food objects wary. You want to get from your phone and one of that is on territory so you get like any to return version three point zero and in that one gets a synchronous digital as well if you are in the real world and we go into this we were again dealing with very big competition. Mcgrath's which we express this Jason Contents. Sweep this from Moslem. Yeah in the last thing you WanNa do like load gigabytes of Jason and DC. Realize it. I just want these items here and then the wrath of Khan I don't care about or maybe I just want the first one like oh I. It'd be fine even if there's ten million just give me the first. Yeah I on a super bowl and I think people. There's probably a lot of people who could take that and use it. I was just. I had someone in the office hours for my online courses saying I'm working with something. That's a huge amount of data. Something like Google big query or something like that it was like it's too hard to load up all of this at once so. I gotTa take a little bits and loaded and like well you know. Have you thought about is Jason Right? That'd be really cool and you'll process like that or some light now. You know the other thing I kind of touched on it just a minute ago but maybe you could speak a little bit more to it. You guys something that just amazes me in general but this is such a big scale of it. I think it's even more interesting. Is a lot of times how we develop code in the small and then deploy to somewhere in the cloud in a much much bigger more complex system than maybe were you still work on so the example that comes to mind for me is like there's some developer at a coffee shop. They're working on your macbook air or something completely week like that right. And they're running a single instance of like a Dev server and then they push something to get hub. It automatically gets picked up by CIC IT pushed over and it kicks off you know like a whole new version of some giant APP running in a cougar. Netease cluster across who knows ten servers. A bunch of nodes in pods and so on it. Just the mismatch of I work in this little tiny thing and then like it's scaled out to this huge system for you guys like. How does that work right? How do you debugged this thing? How do you reason about like its little algorithms? That are running. Can you celebrate anything right? Is that like a thing that you can do or is that like just literally too much. It's a possible. Can You? Give like a Kunitz. Cluster locally allows you to kind of simulate this or do you have to program on the giant thing to run on the done thing. So for all these experiments we recite retain like on the small on our own. Lots of computers. I also different phones. I usually run on the expansion Bob Some Soak our to Austin minority. Juice Max yeah we. We started small. You offer that you have to make sure that on the very small-scale do you know exactly what's going on. You know that everything is working expect. So you don't have unexpected errors. Unexpected troubles in the future. Right right on top of Have very discouraged for older Kobes. We run the tests without Internet connection on because of the scale. The commission working. Everything's working fine. I'm from then on do stunt kind of escalating the more complex things like out to how very foundation thus reform for the ornaments Before the moments of the co- that we using summit demonstration Not Than we went into View than our small cluster with two three knows. I have a couple of views on each summit system which is our nine system is not on insistent again. We re before jumping jumping into During the US offers powered machines we mentioned about everything there in a single note little bit. Would you stop talking problem as as they come before even the much? Yeah and I guess for you guys. It's there's another level of challenging where the machine itself. You can't just go to it. It's not like I could go to the cloud. Now and ask for Cooper Netease Cluster. If I'm willing to pay for a little bit of it and I could just do that whenever I want but I suspect this large computer is pretty much booked out. And you can't get it whenever you want to make it. Go full power right. Yeah well first of all all the paperwork in both doing gave permission insist on they have to send your physical key for the Semio's physical from the Houston to us win and look into computer. It's not your everyday and once all the system scored way with us so you some meet your digestion to acute and then accused ghetto. This is wealth runs. You're competing in how many resources you're asking. You will be laid or not if I if somebody at subway also started scanning laden with Irish finance. Six dollars Tana's sixty dollars data. We again started finding more and more. Cronin's things that you never really think about or very very transient Ariza. Only and when you are funding thousands of process on one of them files on before because you didn't spawn before he had those are those are tricky to catch control. At that point your whole was up and running. Everything's fine now runs right. I really want to find those areas that you can start to reason about them. And this is a very difficult rice Do you just go on to yourself. To processes at the same time counts for them to point out on something. You have to know a little stuff on then recent very heavily walkability cost so we call it out and then the final the final of stress on the system so all of this classes they usually have a central five system. The sheriff Obviously as you use more notes you're putting more stress into the central system when reading and writing data right. Yeah yeah so what was it like when you basically hit inter to the job for the eleven thousand like La we better get it right and we all move into a room with the account and we D- we basically have one shots during the full relation because we were giving up time allocation of twenty thousand note hours. You knew that in the big fifty thousand so it was either going to work or not. It's so so all the gradual scaling up all the testing and all of it paid off. Yeah did you get like a weird news? Report in Tennessee. That was suddenly hotter a little bit that day than they expected. I wouldn't be surprised. A warm breeze coming a must have been really screaming. That's that's quite something all right so I guess we could probably wrap it up in terms of of time. But it's super interesting. Maybe you guys could just tell us. Maybe some of the lessons learned Kind of touched on a little bit right. This like scaled up a bit at a time. Bet What are some of the lessons? Y'All learn for me while the full process mostly I learned to beats also making about the process of US getting all this exercise. What's happening? I distressing both of having very sawyer nations before you'd think the Stop Casale wise if you are giving steps in Newark. New Module containing walls chair. Kevin Have I. I'm I'm you. Try to arrange a mall of the early work with the low GIO PONTI BECAUSE COME. Kelly's which is very deep sedation. Lescoe Pincer Cora before we were you think that we would start to train gang what we want out so much now. Compare out okay. Very cool now I guess. Let's wrap it up with the final two questions for you guys. You're welcome to throughout some of your own that you're maintaining or pick a different one but how about yeah notable pipe package will start with that one all right awesome. Yeah that's I'm sure. That's a foundation of a huge amount of the work. The doing we'll do some some more on Jason just because I'm entitled to them because there's this new version coming so yeah go outs- fryatt these bruegel. Yeah it looks really really useful. Whenever you have a ton of very large Jason or you need to not loaded to marry from other. Podcast is quite beautiful religion. How yes hyper is great? I think we covered it on python bites. That's right yeah thank you. You're welcome us all right now when you all right in some python code or really any code what editor are using pie chart I use eclipsed just an eclipse for the NAS led fifteen years for writing Johnson Python. So it keeps by coming with comes with which is that right you can find out on that adds it adds it in. Ma'am bye-bye but on the other way around. Yeah it does yeah. It's a pretty easy transition from intelligence charm. Are you guys. That's probably a good place to leave it or short on time but thank you for sharing the superstring final call to action. 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Embarrassing Dates!

Frankie and Jess

1:48:53 hr | 11 months ago

Embarrassing Dates!

"Sanel tallest not the same thing I've seen it at the Fisher House. The Fisher House. I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just having that assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson that someone would be there to take care of us. Took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help good fisherhouse Dot Org HT's Franken just show podcast here on iheartradio. got a girlfriend. She's cool I'm surprised she's still with me because I always say the wrong thing like on our first date she was like you know I feel very brave tonight I was like why is that? Because I'm not wearing makeup how's that brain because? I'm being my true self being the real me I was like, okay she's should be brave again maybe I will. She's like what are you going to do I'm going to stop pretending this is interesting. She was like, wow, I can't believe he just said that I was like it took guts. But it's good to be with somebody because I was dating APPs. Those aren't fun. You know ever-growing always asked me how tall it was. You ladies are all a bunch of filthy heights supremicist. Over six feet over six feet you ever sixty I feel bad i. feel like I've come up with something I was like well, no, but it helps them still growing a person. Didn't know gas physical stuff out of the gate I was like, how much do you weigh? She was like Whoa that's body shaming. It's hard for me to lose weight. Well, it's hard for me to gain height. His name is Mark Norman. Yeah, it's pretty funny. So. He was on Conan I. Guess Rate Is right before the pandemic rampant up. So he was able to do it. You know live on the show, but I'm going to start another little piece of This guy he's pretty funny. Gay Guy he's obsessed with straight dudes thing. He's like I love flip and a Hetero he's like hard. That is hard to go out there every night see bunch people you want to have sex with WHO don't have sex with you I was like that's exactly it's like we destroy. The hell. He I would argue it's just hard for me to sleep with a woman. Is The a Hetero? He was like, no no. No. You gotTa take him out for hours. Convince them. Yes. Same here. Even, if you do Paul which like a miracle, they feel horrible after. Yeah. Same thing. We went back and forth hours argument this all night back and forth eventually I woke up at his place. That's pretty funny. We'll get his name is mark? Norman I'd never heard of before. Six twelve it's ninety seven one HD salt. Lake's number one hit music station with Frankie and just welcome to Tuesday was exactly a week ago that that storm whipped through. Yeah. Yeah. I WanNa say there is I think about sixteen hundred people still without power. Saying. That you know they could be through tomorrow. So. We're over week independent who who's yeah still doesn't have power and they might not be able to get it up today but they're trying so I mean, this is pretty good but it's it sucks I mean we were without power until Friday at three fifteen and I feel for the people that went through the weekend where it was hot and it was hot yesterday, we're going to be in the nineties today same thing for tomorrow. Same thing for Thursday's sixties you get up right now a lot of things to get to on the show for a Tuesday. So at seven o'clock, Kylie past this over think about like if you're in the dating world and I know it's a little. Different right now or something back when you were on a date but embarrassing things that you've you've done on a date or maybe the date did with you but it was something that was embarrassing. That's worth a text at eight to nine, four, five So we'll get into those coming up at seven o'clock this morning Let's see in about twenty, five, thirty minutes giving you something to talk about is coming up for your Tuesday. We're GONNA come back into the early edition of Hollywood headlines. So what are we starting with what we're certain with? So it was the premiere I didn't watch it. Did you watch it and watch the dance with the stars and while we're GONNA talk about? People that were dancing especially hero bask in the commercial that ran that had to do with Carol Baskin that she had no idea was gonNA run. So this ran down in Florida and like the Tampa Saint Pete area. So this is where she's from a were she lives and where the family of her ex who's been missing. Yeah. But they 'cause they weren't divorced were they they? Were on the verge of Yeah and so it wasn't going well for her and then he disappeared. So yeah, you're right. They did some local they got some ad space and did a commercial and I saw the clip this morning of that and I was like, oh my gosh. But yeah, we'll talk about it has been stars tires the new host hurt she's not that great. We'll talk about it. Okay. You've been listening to the ninety seven one. Frankie and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. Fifty nine as you get up right now, we've got a lot of things that we're going to get to giving you something to talk about about twenty minutes here forty minutes away from this. Maybe I'll share the thing that you passed over from this girl who was on the date. So she's on a date with her Starting to take the text right now. But while watching a movie who were their boyfriend's family, this chick fell asleep and I guess there's a silent part of the movie. where she? Pass Gas. Yeah she. She far in his. Woke up everybody heard it. But the guy that she was with claimed it as his own and apparently she knew at that point, it was loving up marrying the dude they just celebrated thirteen years together. That is a good dude man. So embarrassing things that you've done or maybe had you know on the date that happened while you're on the date so maybe it was the other person maybe it was you be better if it's you but if you've got something we. Can think back to your dating days or maybe you're in those date and those right now where you're dating might be a little different for twenty twenty whenever that looks like but something embarrassing that happened on the date. So if you WANNA Texas try to keep it a shortage, you can't eight to nine four, five Z hd in front of that message, we're going to jump into the early edition of Hollywood headlines For your Tuesday we're starting off with dancing with the stars. So was it a two hour premiere of course, it could have been an hour and a half. For an hour I was thinking about but I was like, okay just to be like, okay, they could have shaved off thirty minutes for sure. So tyra banks newhouse. Yeah she looks fabulous. She's very confident. She's been a host of different shows for years, but it was just kind of a lot of her old cliche go to you know you've got this and let you just I it just felt a little cheesy. She looks like I said she looked awesome. She did great. The ballroom is different. Obviously they don't have a live studio audience but they had piped in like. Really. Come on. Yeah. Kidding. You could tell it was. Can I really where the hell are the people and she's like Oh yeah the crowd's not have crowd was so weird. No, she wish you pointing that out trying to be funny you know what I mean like the the fact now legit or she was trying to really yeah. Do. People like there's a crowd. DO THEY HAVE CAR? They should have like cardboard cutouts like some of the NBA yeah. Some of the sports teams are doing. So I don't know how I don't know if they had like people watching on zoom and that's how they got some audio because it was it didn't sound is cameras, canned laughter and boos, and cheers but. I didn't know where the people working, where were these people it was just very bizarre. So then you have the judges, they're all six feet apart len couldn't come from the UK because he's older and that's high risk for him. It was a monitor somewhere he said, hey, and he's watching the dancer. So I mean he's not really a part of the season, but he's a part of the season. So he's keeping up but the only go to maybe once show. Okay. So you've got. You know Kerry who looks great and then you've got Derek hough fits this first year for him for judging and he's I think won six trophies. He's, and then you've got the other Guy Bruno Bruno drives me nuts. He's always gotTA stand up. He's always going to have the longest like Blah. Blah Blah it's like, okay please stop so. I don't know it was it wasn't terrible, but it wasn't. To me. Everything. You're saying sounds horrific the first night. It's not terrible but it wasn't like I can't wait till next week. It wasn't like Oh. Wow that was great. So one one episode per week as opposed to to right when they in the past. So did they get through everybody as far as introducing the dancers they did. So she said next Tuesday, join us and I was like Tuesday that doesn't work for me so I don't know. Why they're going to move into Tuesday next week. So I'll have to have to see because sometimes the back in the day they would do Mondays and Tuesdays, which is so much. It'd be like two hours on a Monday at one hour on a Tuesday I'm like that's three hours a week of the stars. So how many people again I mean I know it's a it's a list of people. Do Summer did they dance they dance as well? Okay Carol Baskin you called it was effing horrible never seen somebody so bad so bad and then at the end you know they get the scores, you had the score by the way. To the end. I was GONNA say if people want to see her so they're not gonNA put her up front now know that crazy cat lady was last. So yeah, she has two feet. She loved pause she. Does. He does and it was awkward because and I were talking about this in the office before the show. So it was like you great. You know she was trying to pump her up and carol she didn't say anything. I. Don't know if she has is hard of hearing. She might be a little bit older. She might be hard of hearing but it was just awkward. It was like a cat and headlights. stagefright or something. Rugby could be stagefright but and the promos because they were trying to keep you like you said, and they would like show little spotlight Carrollton as you're capping I'm like this is terrible and I'm this bad I'm a terrible person. She widened her smile before the season started she should have wind her smile like she's had too much kitty cat food and I mean, it's bad. It's like and she chewed a stick of butter. Noticeable Oh. Carol and then that commercial have audio from that I, do I've got a little clip of audio. So this ran down in FLORIDA DOWN IN TAMPA ON THEIR ABC affiliate down there and I think it was a shock to everybody. So it was her missing husband or ex husband from ninety seven from ninety seven. So this is the one that if you don't know for the few people that might not know the story. Like with Tiger King and the whole thing we're joe exotic he's coming at Carroll Baskin saying that she killed this guy what was his name Don Don Yeah Kill Don and so that's been kind of like the cloud of suspicion over her. So the family of dawn took out this ad and it ran last night Donna Tampa, Saint Pete on their ABC affiliate. Here you go. Here's a little snippet of that. Disappeared, in one thousand, nine, hundred seven is family answers. Baser justice. Do you know who did this Carol Basson was involved? Hundred Thousand Dollar reward has been funded. You can call the tip line. And just see what people say Carol. Basket I mean, it's just a I know. Now it's like a parody of itself. It is. So yeah, it was Let's Don's three adult daughters and his former assistant who also was on Tiger King saying Yeah Carol was at our office taking things when I wasn't there and I got there and she and you know somebody else took off. And that attorney you heard in the spot but you're right one, hundred, thousand, dollar reward they want information of his disappearance they were like our dad just didn't walk away. You know he didn't just leave us and so yeah, Oh man. Oh, man. So they are. They're definitely putting it out there and she had no idea that was going to run and like you said they have a few billboards up in that area to where they're offering a reward and. Who knows I mean? Seriously, they ended up finding out that she killed him and then what if what if JOE EXOTIC GETS PARDONED BAND What happened you gotta find the body I. Wish circumstantial case but it's a lot harder if they don't have any any body or anything like that and I gotta say though there were some good dancers Nelly I was smiling the whole time Nellie can move and so good to see him. I miss him. I. Love His music i. just think he's a cool dude. So nellie was great. Oh, who was it was Charles Oakley? The NBA star so he was shocked because usually you know the athletes really well I would say the football players do well than the basketball stars you better him be definitely but he was feeling his moves. He definitely was Steph in nervous and stuff and I ask Kevin like so you know coming here because Cav knows all the sports guys and he's like he's fiery he's like. He's like one of those that you don't want to go up against him an NBA. He's very fiery dude he kept a school last night. You know it's not like I saw I was the first episode. The first one of the season who knows how it's GonNa get. But he is a beautiful man I was like telling Kevin. He is he's accused beautiful. Gorgeous yeah. It was just a fun show last night, Chris Sheldon really well from I'm selling set on Netflix. So she's that multimillion dollar real estate agent and she just went through a really public divorce. Her Man is on the show. This is US and he's super hot and he broke up with her basically over text message. What about Aj from backstreet boys. Pretty good. He was the first one out of the gate is one of the game was funny because his partner even said he's sinker back-street. She's like well, I was like, oh no, that's not good. The comeback with well, we know that instinct then. In sequenced I would say you guys were the better dancers and he and she goes, but I do have encino CDs and all that. But yeah, it was the professional dancers are awesome. So great to see them back and Yeah, it'll. It'll be good. I mean was it Kaitlyn Bristowe so she was the former Bachelorette she ended up dancing. She was okay she was pretty good. I think she danced as a kid. So it was neat to Kinda see people that you haven't seen in a while me. I've got some pictures posted others crucial she stunning. Stunning. FREAKING DOT COM keyword Hollywood headlines Derek huff. So yeah a lot of good stuff up there and then coming up next hour. Let's do this because we know these two had a beef for many years Taylor swift and Katy Perry but they have since patch things out probably within the past year they decided to be friends again, and of course, Katy Perry had her baby girl not too long ago tae sent her a really sweet gift and then Chris. Evans. We talked about this. that. He accidentally well thought it was accidental that he showed his package and I wonder because I heard the reason or what was said because there was there was silence for a day with this. If you missed the story, obviously we'll get to it at seven twenty this morning. But I was wondering if this was by design or if this was his way of just making something good out of something bad that happened. Okay. You know what I mean if this was planned was this plant I mean who? It's true. No the motive behind this one, but he definitely know the motive. Here you're going to know the boat. I. Said like what is it? True. So yeah, that's coming up and then there was obviously keeping up with the Kardashians. This is so funny i. saw me last night and I don't even know who it was, but it was like. Guys we did it. We kept with. Carter. Non Everybody. Everybody. There last season's GonNa Air Early Twenty, twenty one but It looks like Kendall and Courtney were on a podcast yesterday with this is cool Kate Hudson and her brother Oliver. podcast sibling rivalry. So they had those two on there talking about siblings and family dynamics which I think is cool. So they kind of let some secrets out that people don't know even from the show. So I thought that was fine. We'll talk about that a seven twenty. Right on the spot, they admitted it McKenna asked the question and. I do have the audio. Stuff it's. Ridiculous the crash love can't get rid of them. We won't even when that show goes away they're always gonNA be here in some way shape or form going anywhere they're going to be on your lips. Everywhere. Let's see six, thirty two. So if you've got a story that you can think of maybe back in your dating days an embarrassing thing that happened while on the date. Ninety seven one DHT's Franken show podcast here on iheartradio. Is, give them. Something to. Talk about these stories in the news good conversation starter sometimes their stats are surveys and sometimes they're just stories like this. So I'm going to start off with it was a week ago that we had that bad weather come through the wind and everything that knocked out power knocked down trees all around northern Utah just Kinda. You know certain parts of northern. Utah Look like a war. Zone still the the cleanup. So we got this text, it was the day after. So on that Wednesday, one of our listeners was freaking out and rightfully. So a friend of hers that went on a hike on that Tuesday and has since been missing. So I've got a clip here in this aired on Fox thirteen. So it has been a week a week to week ago today. That she went hiking. So she's been missing for a week So this is a clip that ran on Fox believe yesterday or the day before search crews are still searching for a missing hiker who hasn't been seen for almost a week twenty, nine year old shelby Campbell set out last Tuesday but never came back home crews founder car at the North Ogden. Divide, but no sign of her search crews are now on the trails in the area at this point. Shelby's friends and family simply want answers. The hardest thing for everybody is just the not knowing you know everybody's pulled together. There's been a lot of support and love if you do have any information on missing shelby Campbell, please contact the Weaver County Sheriff's Office If that friend there that was a part of that piece I. Think Her name was Anne if she was one texted us. But somebody that was a friend of of shelby did text us and was worried. So keep us posted on that like if you want I wasn't sure where that story was until yesterday, her Jeff McCartney mentioned it right after he took over for us I was like, oh, my gosh because I was wondering like I wonder if they found her and they just didn't make the news because. You know. But but yeah, she's still missing. So this is a horrific came in imagine what the family and the friends are going through. Let's see I. Did you hear it last night? So I I know you hear you live up Layton but they they're testing for the next I. think starting last night going through Thursday, as far as Hill Air Force Base. With their fighter jets. Them did you. Later night yeah I'm going to one a M. And you guys normally here it's of this. But at nighttime, they're talking about their nighttime exercises. So if you're wondering what the sound was or you know I would think if you live up that way, you know exactly what it is, but they're testing through Thursday, they started last night with that. Funny comforting. Do you like that? Used to it? I mean I I'm used to it. Now in the beginning I was like I we you have a conversational people outside and you have to like you have to stop and. and. Until they like Kinda fly. Oh, fly away. We we lived in outside of Detroit we lived about. Eight miles from Detroit Metro and we we were in the flight path. So we would you know as they were coming in on approach. It was pretty it was a loud but I think back I don't know I. Think it might have been loud but we were just so used to it and sometimes they would change. You know what depending on what runway they were coming in. But for the most part they were flying I, mean directly over our house. And you know so you just Kinda. Get used to it to extend I. Don't know if it was bad or if it was just something that we were so used to that it wasn't that bad I. Don't know we'll think about I mean people that live in like busy New York or la like the noises. Yeah. If you live close to an airport, but that's a little different than what those fighter jets no kidding allowed. Good news yesterday we were talking about. Jobs and that sort of thing on the show yesterday. But Amazon, they're gonNA add fifteen, hundred full time and part time jobs here in Utah. The DC's right by my house man is it right out there off a? Massive This is Kinda neat. Pass this over giving you something to talk about according to this study. So when an owner says, I love you to their dog the dog's heart rate immediately skyrockets almost fifty percent forty, six percent. And you know if you remember. So it was a little CAESARS, Commercial Nah, I don't know if it was just in the Detroit area it was back before I had moved and got gotten the radio career started. So it was probably in the late eighties they and again, it might have been a national spot, but it was a little German shepherd. It wasn't like a small puppy, but it wasn't full grown. In the whole part of this this this this campaign for little caesars was the dog could say I love you like the guy would say I love you and the dog run. Run. Do you remember that because you've said that story or General Dynamics has supported our nation's exploration of space for the last sixty years. Now, GDI t combining the latest technology innovations to deliver enterprise scale IT systems spur new era of space missions. We secure today imbedding resilient cyber solutions into every aspect of the mission, and we prepare for tomorrow to preempt future risk digital modernization networks, cyber shared services, and artificial intelligence GD it propelling the art of the possible visit Gd t dot com slash space. Tallest. Not the same thing out at the Fisher House the Fisher House know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just having that assurance that no matter what is long as we were there, for Anson, that someone would be there to take care of us. Took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help go to fisherhouse dot org if because we had it in Phoenix Okay because I I don't know if it was a national little caesars I know at that point they were national. They were all across the country but I I'm not sure if that was just something was a regional spot. Go. One knows that that was two thousand nut so that from the early ninety s where it was like the was here. Let's see if we can bring it. I thought it was I. thought it was eighty. Nine. Ninety nine. That's impossible. Anything's possible distinct jump on the head of a pin. To Peters Cantabrian for nine, hundred, nine that's possible. Anything's possible. I taught my dog to say I love you. Little CAESARS has. So I think that's actually from the. That was posted in two thousand nine. That's just what that looks like. It was in the eight a pizza. Yeah. So there you go. You remember that. this is a study that it doesn't surprise me. So this study says the phone calls actually creates stronger bonds as opposed to text messaging Oh for sure Kylie's all about it. She's an old soul she loves to call people. See a phone call Montgomery. Leave a message it'll texts you. Frankie that's funny. Crazy stories here with the Corona Virus Twenty, seven percent of people say they'd they'd be willing to wear a mask, a face mask that is during. According to the survey and thirty five percent would be willing to wear one. I'd go to a strip club. If it meant, you know where they opened back up Let's see. Somebody said there's so many straight out. Oh, this is crazy. So there's the strange side effects that we've heard from krona virus genome seems like we're still hearing more and more of those another new one for some people it's. Making, coffee you the smell of coffee to them smell rotten meat. So certain smells that they want. It's almost like when a woman's pregnant and you hear that they get the, you know the like my mom that was a good example like when she was pregnant with my brother, she said that she loves coffee but she would make it for my dad every morning but she couldn't made her throw up. During. That when you're pregnant yeah you're. An. Or some of the new side effects with coronavirus, and then this year since you're getting the Louis Vuitton purse. Coming up in October apparently, Louis Vitton has created luxury face shield that's reportedly going on sale next month for about a thousand bucks and some people won't allow you to have the facials you got to have a mask on where you go. You know they want to buy that and then be turned away. This zero is bizarre. So I wanNA share this and I and I heard about this before and apparently right now, this is the oldest snake that they know in its history. To do this. So this is that the Saint Louis Zoo and this kind of weird animal story, but they're trying to figure out how this sixty two year old ball python laid seven eggs despite not being near a male and almost twenty years you're kidding So this is something that is it's it's unusual, but it's not like rare for these ball pythons to reproduce asexually Yeah. So they they they basically, the snakes sometimes store sperm for delayed fertilization. So this is what they're saying probably happened, but they're saying right now the in in the history they know that this is the oldest snake to do that. The they're in their sixties and twenty years has been around a male that gives me hope man. My baby's. Six, fifty, two and? You've been listening to the ninety seven one HD. Frankie and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. All right. So here's what we're talking about why we're talking about it. Kylie past this over it was a story about somebody who posted this and we're talking about when they were on a date and it's kind of a little ending of the story. They were on a date. With the friends. So on a date with the family and they were watching a movie and she fell asleep during the movie and all they're watching it together. And she. Let one go. Apparently was it was a quiet part of the movie. So everybody heard it. But then the boyfriend he claimed it as his own and at that point she was like that was I knew it was love woke her up. Right, and then he claimed like ye did it to take away the embarrassment for her. But she said, I married him and then to this is like the other day they celebrate it thirteen years together. So we WANNA know. Can you think of I mean I know it was a while ago but like On a date, maybe don't have anything now maybe can think of it while we're going through some of these eight to nine, zero five but an embarrassing moment on the date whether it was something that you did your date did at eight to nine, four, five, zero T in front of that message if you've got something just let us know. Okay sure currently has got to think about it. Okay. So many dates I know for real dated a lot before. Danny. That's you know he's the one kiss a lot frogs. We've got a lot of stories here. These are funny. So it might be something twenty years ago and it might be something just recent. So if you're in the dating world at eight, two, nine, four, five when on a date and I'm really clumsy dropped my Napkin hit my head on the table coming up and you'll ball's. Already. Funny. I love it loud on the date I came out of the bathroom of the huge long string of toilet paper just like in the movies stuck to my shoe I had no idea he's like, Hey. Pointed out. Yeah. Wonder how many dates you went on was was that it? Or did you go on anymore days after that? Second Day and now my boyfriend of six years. But second time we went out embarrassed me. So I guess his drink went down the wrong tube and consob choking and then spit his drink out everywhere. So it was in a restaurant and just very yeah, it's like, oh, great. Okay you know really. Second. Day. Accident happens we've all been there I went to the state fair with his family new dating him got motion sick really bad and we all drove together. So his mom dad sister brother-in-law stuck in the back row the car you know told the boyfriend I felt like I was going to be sick while I. was all over their car all over their car and you know that smell man, you can't get that out you need to sell it. Pointed to burn. Sick so that so that was the boyfriend. Did they did they stay together? It was an early relationship I. Don't know. Yeah. But nobody's giving us an update. While saying good night and lifted my hand because I talk with my hands. I guess and at the same time he turned I fell on slapped him. I felt so bad. Let's see a girl was over I was in the shower I came out got dressed went downstairs. My Bro- yanked down my shorts and my undies in front of her he's like well hello. Bean. Brothers band. Your. was. that it was a little brother well, my could have been an older brother could have been like the kind of a brother from weird science. Oh, my God that's so bad at the end of the date I thought I had locked, but he's in my car. nope I left running the entire time. So they were so nervous about getting to the date. Hopefully wasn't environmentalist. What are you doing for the environment? Car on the whole time we were in the restaurant, oh I. Went to high school dance right after I had knee surgery. So on crutches tried to do the dramatic walk down the stairs when my date got, they're totally slipped fell down five stairs to the loud thud while I tried to catch myself. So that didn't go over. Well, let's see was on a first date with my wife. Now you know twenty years we've been together but meeting the parents kind of sitting around chatting the data farted like. Her head, oh my God i. thought she would never talk to me again because she was mortified I'm lucky she did. But Yeah, that was his dad know her. So. She was like. Mortified He was like I that she was so embarrassed you'd never talk to me again. Let's say he picked me up paid for entry. To, go dancing had a really good time. They took me home as about to get out of the car and I was like, thanks for the fun date. He's like wasn't a date I have a girlfriend one situation happened to me twice. So embarrassing way what Me Up pay for the answer to go to answering had a good time. Took me home. Cars. What yeah he replied that wasn't a date I have a girlfriend. So that's weird. But the fact that it happened to her twice with Jennifer guys what the ask. So that tells me that the dude just wasn't into you. That's. Yeah? But. He probably that's so weird I don't know you were on a date. Yeah. He just wasn't and that was his jerk way of saying you know whether he did have a girlfriend IDA which. was, his way out. On a date like well, what was it? Then why toolbag I know I know those bad ten years ago in Cedar City and after dinner I started for a little off we are in the girls dorm and I could feel my dinner coming back up who ended up with projectile vomiting all over the upper kitchen cabinets this sink, the window deathly embarrassing. All. Right. If we get any more and I'm sure they're coming in here just talking to funny story that Kylie share here. So we're talking about something embarrassing that happened on the date what was it at eight to nine four, five, ninety, several ones hd Josh six, eight, five and Jason Derulo now. Ninety seven one ht's frank in just show podcast here on iheartradio. About Twenty minutes we'll get into passive aggressive Tuesday maybe share some more of these embarrassing things that you've done or have happened on a date. So these are funny. So coming in so we're going to jump into the middle edition of Hollywood headlines for your Tuesday. Okay. So we talked about this Q. Gift that Tae ended up sending to Katy Perry so Katy Perry in Orlando Bloom had a baby girl named daisy and Taylor sent her this hand. embroider blankets and it says baby bloom and it's got a cute flower on it and it was sweet because Katie ended up posting about that and said, Miss, daisy, adores her hand embroider blinky from Miss Taylor swift and I hope it's the one that she drags around for years until it becomes unrecognizable and like just a little shred that she keeps in her pocket as a teenager. So I thought that was cute but turns out to be her we'll be. Good call. So it was very sweet because those two definitely had a beef for a while. was over backup dancers was over backup dancers they were fighting because they shared some backup dancers and one of them didn't want to share, and so it turned into a big feud because then when the other one was getting ready to go back on the road, her backup dancers were with the other artist, and so that was definitely not going to sit well, and they didn't talk for a while years and then I think it was was Taylor that sent the olive branch or was it Katie because? Katie, Katie. I, think it was. Pretty. Sure. She was trying to reach out to Taylor Yeah Yeah and men men what had happened. So yeah. So they they have been ever since not like besties but definitely buddies and then I think you have the audios who Kate Hudson under brother Oliver have a podcast called sibling rivalry and on their latest episode had Kendall Jenner and they had her sister Courtney Kardashian. So of course, they wanted to know some extra dirt because they share a lot on their show but there's still some stuff we don't know. Here's the clip if there was a stone or who would be Kendall had a-list donor. Really. No one knows. That's the first time I've ever really take. CARE. Totally Pot hat and no one cares. burry. One cares. Money. So they're asking all these questions and they said, okay, who's the most laid back sister and they're like, oh, definitely Kylie Kylie super laid back. If you get any more back Jed. Yeah. ooh. Well Kim is more like you know she's wound tight. She's more chemist high strung. Oh Yeah. Compared to. Run the show just lazy. California. You know that enough. So they said Kim is the worst keeping secrets. So they said they never told him any secrets about like holidays or birthday gifts because them and then yeah, Kendall's this donor Kylie super laid back and then I had heard this morning because we talked about keeping up with the Kardashians is you know no longer they've one more season left in two twenty one and then they're calling it quits. But it was Scott disick and chloe that were begging the rest of the family to keep it going because they really don't have much going on I know Khloe has perfumes and she's starting to get her different lines. She got her denim line and stuff like that and Scott got like some home improvement show he works on C. still doing that I think it was maybe one season I haven't heard more about that but they were the two that were like please let's keep it going. This is good money the rest of the family I, mean it. took. About came down to a vote and they were like, no, we're all. We're all done here. Think we're all fine financial. You guys are going to have to figure something out. WHO which they do. They have a ton of money. They make a lot of money and they sell a lot of stuff like what is that for breeze that she slept it on her social media page Khloe she slept in for breeze Yasser Breezes, the Chevron Line, and you're like, oh, my Gosh bedazzled can you? Wait how do I get one of those? Sheba. Dazzling them herself no doubt it. Let's be real GREIG. Oh Man I want that I really want that look at all those playing you want because it's so pretty a pretty. Underneath the cover like you know the smells cut though. She sit it out in front like is that going to be in place of where the flowers would be on your table? It's A. Bottle of breeze dazzled keep it under the comer. That's true. I wouldn't put it out but man that's really pretty right. How much is it? That's a good question. Look how hot she looks whatever her Khloe. Nothing. Real all fall into this you click look how beautiful like Hurt it's all like filters doctored and everything else back in the day. Wow Yeah that that was when Kris Jenner Kris Jenner, I got a lover Hater. She gives the most amazing birthday shout outs and I've said that before but like she is so sweet and genuine and heartfelt like I. Love Chris Birthday shout outs, I live for them and she does it for her best ease her kids grandbabies, man, she looks. Amazing that's Khloe. So yeah, you realize you're looking at the garden ashes saying that they look amazing and you're not looking at reality. I just want to know that you reality for. Younger people out there. It's not real. They don't even they don't even care rather courtesy and look how longer legs photo that's totally doctor. It's a weird in call. Man Oh man this is good stuff. Chris. Evans I wonder why someone that for? Breezy. Spray. Me Out of my misery so you don't have to see it spray my eyes. Please, do not try that at home kids. It's toxic. Okay. So Chris, Evans. So Chris, Evans ended up showing a picture of his Dong it was accidental. So he showed the pick and it was him. He made sure that people knew it was having his face in it and everything will hot. It got ripped down because somehow like what happened with that? What's the story behind it? He didn't just post it. Something happened where got someone somehow parts of his phone as far as photos got released? Yes. Allegedly his camera roll got released and I don't know how it went into instagram story. So beware that can happen I guess So all of his photos in his camera roll. Okay. We're like boom on stories and he has millions of followers. So some people saw that took a screen shot as soon as he realized. There's people are somebody he was gone pulled it down right. So then like you said earlier, he went silent the next andsocial he wasn't around people like wait what you were showing off your privates. So then he came back and he tweeted and he said now that I have your attention make sure to vote on November third so that was his excuse to be like okay well says talking about me then I'm. GonNa or was it plan I? Don't know it was every single photo in his camera roll. So I don't know if that was where they you know the real fun. I mean it might not have been it might have been something that was you know this because there are a lot of people that are pushing celebs are pushing people to vote maybe that was his way of you know cutting through the clutter. Brilliant if that was the case sure but I, mean all the other photos that were on there that were like personal besides like his private parts or whatever. So I, don't know maybe he was met meaning to do just the one the whole roll was on there but it's funny because all of his buddies were giving him crap and they're like, wait what did I miss you know his brother and Mark Ruffalo who's been a movies with him before yeah it's just funny Captain America Wow whoo and then Robert Pattinson Mr Batman. So he's recovered from covid nineteen. So that's good news I guess he is doing well, and of course, the hopefully get back to the set because they had to delay filming because of his illness. And then let's talk about so much stuff I want to squeeze in Oh, we talked about it. You've got to check out the early edition of Hollywood headlines. We just talked about this. Let's see it's six twenty and you can actually go to Frankie and just dot com and there's a Hollywood headlines banner that you can click on and it has all the. Different podcasts of Hollywood headlines because I know a lot of people are like, Oh, I love to Hollywood stuff and I talked to my co workers about it or my spouse about it. So we talked about the new season of dance with stars last hour. So tyra banks is the host she did okay. Great at hosting, but it was like she did very well. Trying to be PC sounds like she's pretty bad but I didn't see it. I. Was watching ABC before that I don't even know what was on. It was on ABC and they were hitting hidden like you know I just I mean one promo after the next for dancing. Oh Yeah. Oh I bet leading up to IT I. I'm not staying up for this. Well. So yes, Tyrez the new host, and then they don't have a studio audience land could not come over from the UK. So Derek huff is a host this year Carol Baskin was the last one to dance. She was horrific. She got the the lowest score she was so bad would dance to Oh, you remember the tiger was she likes. came out to that. Dance to Jeez she death-row owner and I just realized in this photo that is literally the dress i. Yesterday. The one that you were. Surprised if you Katie candidate you are. So. Yes. So you know who did really well as naive from MTV Catfish Oh. Yeah. He did good. He did really good and it was so cute. He was talking about you know the premise I didn't realize that catfish got started because he was catfish and it was his idea because he thought he was with this woman and she was beautiful and they had this connection that he shows up and he's like why so it was his story the ended up like kicking off that show in that premise, it was actually a movie. So they did a Monday first and then it became a series. Based on that his his life though it's incredible but he did good. It was like a documentary. Was it okay. So yeah, he did awesome. Awesome. Now he's married with two kids and he's like you know obviously the show came out of my hurt and I'm married with two wonderful children. He did awesome. He Looks Long I. Love his smile. So. Were they all dancing that style? Right? There are no they had all the different Fox Trot cha-cha. She's pretty Oh. She's so pretty he's doing great. Yeah. He did really good. They liked him. Oh, so it was it was. It was a terrible kickoff and it's new for tyrod. Like. I said no studio audience different. Ballroom completely but I mean, it was good. It was I would give it a seven point five out of ten I. I'll give us some point by, but it wasn't too bad. I'm excited to see kind of what what happens if they keep Carol Baskin. Just to call, they're on, they're going to I now it's rigged. Yeah. That's true. Is They do because? They're going to keep. On. Improve, oh we'LL SEE PEOPLE They probably vote more for dancing with the stars than the election. Love me real walking America coming up. Let's see at eight, twenty, one a stick around because I'm sure you have audio but drew bear more her talk show debuted yesterday and then there's Kanye News. Of course, it's been a couple of days I've got some for you, and then if you watched the show cheer on Netflix people like that show actually the coach from that show is on dancing with the stars who is the coach she did pretty good. What's her name? Kelly or something. Is. One of the contestants she says, and it's funny because she's won so many championships and she's always been the coach and now she's being trained and so that's hard for her because you're usually in the director chair right now the contestant. But yeah somebody from the show cheers is under investigation. So there's a lot of general dynamics. Information Technology combines the latest technology innovations to deliver enterprise scale IT systems for a new era of space missions, digital modernization networks, cyber shared services, and artificial intelligence GD, propelling the art of the possible visit. Dot Com slash space. Santana not the same thing I say out at the Fisher. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that, their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them. So they can concentrate on their therapies just having that assurance that no matter what is long as we were there for Anson, that someone would be there to take care of us. It took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help go to fisherhouse dot org coming up next our? Carol. Sad. Know My. Gosh. She's fighting this guy. Can you post. Yeah. If. She's not the first to go. Then this show is. People vote and they keep. On there I can't see anybody being worse than that last night. She had eleven thirty. Thirty. tyrants she she looked awesome. She did great. So yeah. Okay. I am getting more excited now than it talk about it, you're talking yourself into what you're doing because last hour you were like she didn't do that great and then now. It's funny if you want to listen to the Hollywood headlines and how you go from one side of the. You're so funny benefit of the Dow. Let's post that. So people can watch the if you miss it last night if you WANNA watch it again Carol Baskin, and dancing with the stars in Sky Jackson was really goes. She was on Jesse the show Jesse forever. She's a Disney girl. Okay and she's had a lot of different like you know things. She's been a part of, but she's just a small girl or she. Tiny she looks like she's twelve. Little, little thing look at her at tango she she killed it last night. She got some high look at that. Yeah. High scores Oh. Okay. So it was fun now that I'm seeing it again. Here we go. You've been listening to the ninety, seven, One v Frankie, and just show podcast right here on Iheartradio. All right. So here's what we're talking. It's I know. I figured that I as I said it I'm like jeeze. Welcome to eighth grade. Aggressive. It's passive aggressive Tuesday. So it's a chance for you to get it off your chest instead of actually saying that the person texting email or a phone call or God forbid you don't want to say to a stranger. During twenty twenty who knows what can happen when that could be really really bad. It could be road rage or some kind of other rage coming up. So called what's that or the cops called? Exactly. So eight to nine, four, five try to keep it really short. So we can get to as many of these as we can, and Z. HD in front of your message said, you're marrying the wrong person I wish I could tell you but I wanNA 'cause fights with the family. That's the worst dude when you're like oh you. Just watching your loved ones a huge mistake nut it it sucks. It does it sucks sex bad sucks. When you`re In that. Yeah, and it sucks when you when you know that when you're in it yourself. And then you know how just blows because the whole love is blind thing. There is truth to that. We don't see things or maybe you do and your snoring some of the red flags but then the people around you see it, and then what do you do at that point? It's tough I. Just pray about I do I do I'm just like when I see the situation like hookup, please take the wheel just take the word because this is not a good situation. You can see what needs to be done at this house in our house. Get off your button help us. Let's go back to driving school learn how to use this simple stop sign. It's not rocket science the text eight to nine five. I don't WanNa Watch your kids don't care what you pay. Don't care how much help you need. They're driving me crazy and their trash in my house. Wonder whose kids there I, wonder if it's family or daycare. Daycare wonder the fact that you have to ask why your son won't speak to. You shows how clueless you really are and nothing I say we'll ever help you this text said celebs, pro athletes and quote unquote influencers. Please stop trying to shove your political views down everyone's throat I'll have the right. Have an opinion point of view continues to prove how much you're not needed. To the people that send eight, one line tax instead of one just large text message you drive me crazy. I already know from how many times my phone rings in a row. If it's one of those people I'm angry before you even look at the tax and remember back in the day, the certain that carriers that would do that. So we all have well, it currently just switched over to Android, but we've all had apple, but I would have people that were a different like android and come in and all these different texts. It was never really chunk. I would have a thing because of the they had a different operating system or. And it was just if you're in a group text without, oh, it's a so they're yan or the person that like this is like saying, it's just one thought. Here's the message instead of just putting that all those thoughts and one chats. Deter just turn your phone on silent man. Always you know as it's knowing this, the the noises that the phones make. My nerves. Triggering Man mom for the love of everything please clean your house. You say it's just because you know you're lazy but how could you be comfortable living like that? Honestly, it's a health hazard at this point, nobody likes to be there please clean it up on sounds like quarters teachers, some of the remote learning stuff as new. Please give us instructions about where to go what to do with remote learning. Don't assume me or the child remembers how to log onto twenty different apps that they have because none of us do. Yeah that would be really rough I'm thankful that coupes not younger because he's thirteen junior high and he knows what to do but he did say yesterday said you know. As the pandemic started earlier this year he was in elementary school, who's a sixth grader and kind of had already had that pass behind him any kind of new the flow of the classes and what what expected of him. But now that he's in a new school with new teachers and different subjects and different things that he has to do is it's confusing to be at home so and he's really independent. So if he's saying that it's got to be tough that sucks. This one said as an administrator, you say my kid is falling behind but don't offer any solutions and you don't even know if there's an after school program, we could have access to this just because I work at a craft store does not mean in this isn't all caps this person's very angry I took out the name of the craft store. It doesn't mean I know how to do every single craft. That's what youtube is four don't treat us like we're idiots when you're the biggest idiot out there and I'm thinking okay with that and only because I know like I worked retail for just a little bit in high school. So about maybe two and a half three years were retail. Maybe. Three three years. And I knew at that just wasn't for me. Obviously, I was going into radio and it was through at that I switched over throwing bags at the airport in. Retail is tough so that my point is maybe it's time and I know this is a bad time, but maybe it's time to start looking for something else because that's why because I remember having thoughts like that like I remember like thinking I'm Gonna I'm Gonna I'm GonNa Punch this person this dude who's like in his thirties and my in his throat because of I'm so just not wanting to deal with this anymore. So you just maybe hit a limit. I think in that profession probably maybe you know with that because there are people that stupid people I know question. Hats off to the people that love working you know and just, and you thrive in that but I get it man maybe it's time to do something from home or. You're not dealing with people because people can drive you crazy big time man big time. Love it especially when they're just give me crap like said, retail is tough. How many more texts do you Let's do maybe a couple more and then we'll get into the break. We'll come back with the late edition of Hollywood headlines. This one said stopped shoving Kobe down our throats this would send my ex Let's see won't have the kids. Do Homework while at his house or have them even on resume calls and they have to. So now they're gonNA fall behind our son already struggles I'm so annoyed that blows when you're divorced and you've got remote learning and you're not on the same page or because I have a friend and her ex spouses the same way it's it always falls on her to help them with homework and everything else, and then they fall behind and she's got to. Get Him caught up. He's again they're fine and now they're not fine Dr Burton therapy Monday from Aspirin counseling. He said there's nothing you can do about it. I think other than have a conversation with your ex and God that they get on the same page some of them just how do you raise your kids? Yeah. That just blows this unsaid stop arguing with us at retail stores about a damn mask where it or shop online like it's that. Simple. Those are the rules right now where it or shop online right listen said you're in a bad relationship but you keep going back. You told me to get out of mind now you're staying with the abuser. Sorry not sorry and this one said been there for you and your kids Let's see. Get upset Oh and you get upset at me for taking care of mine. Oh. That sucks. So it's not a two way street not relationship Ninety seven one. Frank in Jess show podcast here on iheartradio. Address. Loves it's passive aggressive Tuesday. So it's a chance for you to get it off your chest and said I actually saying that the person? Email or a phone call or God forbid you don't want to say to a stranger during twenty twenty who knows what can happen when that could be really really bad. It could be road-rage or some kind of other rage coming out. So called what's that or the cops the cops called exactly. So eight to nine, four, five try to keep it really short. So he can get to as many of these as we can hd in front of your message. This one said you're marrying the wrong person I. Wish I could tell you but I wanNA 'cause fights with the family. That's the worst when you're like Oh, you know. Just watching your loved ones make a huge mistake it it sucks. It does it sucks ex-pat sex when you're. In that. Yeah, and it sucks when you when you know that when you're in it yourself. And then you know just blows. Because the whole love is blind thing, there is truth to that we don't see things or maybe you do and your ignoring some red flags but then the people around you see it, and then what do you do at that point? It's it's a tough. I just pray about it I. I do I'm just like when I see those situations I'm like, please take the wheel just take the way. This is not a good situation. You. Can See what needs to be done at this house in our house. Get off your button help us. Go to driving school learn how to use this simple stop sign. It's not rocket science this Teke tonight for five I don't WanNa Watch your kids don't care what you pay. Don't care how much help you need. They're driving me crazy and their trash in my house. Wonder whose kids there. I wonder if it's family daycare or if it's a daycare I, wonder the fact that you have to ask why your son won't speak to you how clueless you really are and nothing I say will ever help you this text said celebs, pro athletes and quote unquote influencers please stop trying to shove your political views down everyone's throat. I'll have the right to have an opinion. Point of view continues to prove how much your not needed Dang to the people that send eight, one line tax instead of one. Just larger text message you drive me crazy. I already know from how many times my phone dings in a row. If it's one of those people, I'm angry before you even look at the tax and remember back in the day there were certain that carriers that would do that. So we all have well Kylie just switched over to Android, but we've all had apple but I would have people that were a different like android and it'll come in all these different texts. It was never really chunk I would have A. Choice because of they had a different operating system or different file and it was just yeah and if you're in a group text with that Oh, it's a mess. So the yen or the person like this is like they're saying just one thought here's the message instead of just putting that you know all those thoughts in one tax. Yeah. Yeah. Deter just turn your phone on. Silent Man. You know it's a knowingness. The noises of the phones make. Gets on my nerves, it's triggering man mom for the love of everything. Please clean your house. You say it's just because you know you're lazy but how could you be comfortable living like that? Honestly, it's a health hazard at this point nobody likes to be there please clean it up on sounds like quarters, teachers, some of the remote learning stuff new please. Give us instructions about where to go and what to do with remote learning. Don't assume me or the child remembers how to log onto twenty different APPS that they have. 'cause none of us do boy that would be really rough. I'm thankful that coupes not younger know because he's thirteen and in junior high he knows what to do but he did say yesterday said. As. The pandemic started earlier this year he was in elementary school, who's a sixth grader any kind of had already had that pass behind him and he kind of knew the flow of the classes and what it, what was expected of him. But now that he's in a new school with new teachers and different subjects and different things that he has to do is it's confusing to be at home so and he's really independent. So he saying that right it's got to be tough that sucks. You know This one said as an administrator. You say my kid is falling behind but don't offer any solutions and you don't even know if there's an after school program we have access to this one said just because I work at a craft store does not mean and this is all caps. This person's very angry I took out the name of the craft store. It doesn't mean I know how to do every single craft that's what youtube is for. Don't treat us like we're idiots when you're the biggest idiot out there. I'm thinking okay with that and only because I know like I worked retail for just a little bit in high school. So about maybe two and a half three years, I, worked retail maybe three about three years. And I knew at that it just wasn't for me. You know obviously, I was going into radio and I was through at that I switched over was throwing bags at the airport in. It retail is tough so that my point is maybe it's time and I know this is a bad time but maybe it's time to start looking for something else 'cause that's w- 'cause I remember having thoughts like that like I remember like I'm Gonna I'm Gonna I'm GonNa Punch this person this dude who's like in his thirties and my in his throat because of I'm. So, just not wanting to deal with this anymore. So you just maybe hit a limit I think in that profession probably. So maybe with that because there are people that stupid people question and I am hats off to the people that love working you know and just in you thrive in that but I get it man maybe it's time to to do something from homer. Where you're not dealing with people because people can drive you crazy big time man big time I love it, and especially when they're just giving you crap retail is is tough. How many more text? Let's do maybe a couple more and then we'll get into the break. We'll come back with a late edition of Hollywood headline one said stop shoving Kobe down our throats. This would send my ex Let's see won't have the kids do homework while. At his house or have them even get on their zoom calls and they have to. So now they're gonNA fall behind our son already struggles I'm so annoyed that and that blows when you're divorced and you've got remote learning and you're not on the same page or because I have a friend and her ex spouse is the same way it's it always falls on her to help them with homework and everything else, and then they fall behind it she's got. To get him caught up again they're fine and now they're not fine Dr Burton therapy Monday from Aspirin counseling. You said, there's nothing you can do about it I other than have a conversation with your ex and hope to God that they get on the same page some of them just out to raise your kids. Yeah. That just blows this one said stop arguing with us at retail stores about a damn mask where it or shop online like it's that. Simple. Those are the rules right now where it or shop online right now this one said you're in a bad relationship, but you keep going back. You told me to get out mind now you're staying with the abuser. Sorry, not sorry and this one said I've been there for you and your kids Let's see. Get upset Oh and you get upset at me for taking care of mine that sucks. So it's a two way street in that relationship You've been listening to the ninety seven One v HD Frankie and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. Almost, twenty one, it's ninety civil onesie hd Salt Lake's number one hit music station with Frankie Ingest it's Tuesday September fifteenth and it's GonNa be another day about ninety to ninety three for the high at sixty three you get right now twenty minutes away from this confessions of professions little different twist to it this morning. So we're GONNA talk real estate agents or realtors, but we're looking for crazier bizarre stories that you've seen doing this job. So and there's a reason for that. So we'll get into that about twenty minutes from right now we're going to get into the late addition of Hollywood. Headlines it's brought to you by skins pulp this morning. All righty. So Bachelor Star Colton, he ended up picking cassie and he was On the bachelor a couple of seasons ago he's the one that jumped the fence. He was the guy that the Virgin Yeah he's the Virgin, Guy and he's from Colorado and Sports Guy, and I mean just beefcake man like nice body blonde he's hot, but he's Kuku. So he ended up picking Cassie they've been dating for a while he was one of the first public figures to get Cova back when this all kind of started in the spring. And he holed up in his you know well I thought it'd be future in-laws home but not anymore. So Kassy's parents house funding. You thought that the future in-laws that's what's funny. I did they nursed him back to health they had a bond and then that you remember when they when they moved out and then it was the was on the wall and you know no no, he's just moving like and it was like, okay, they're breaking up Jess. You. Remember that. He went to go visit. From Colorado. Quarantine together he got sick and then it was time to go and it sounds like they broke out sounds like they did they're having a rough patch and she I mean, if you watched the show and obviously editing is everything, we don't really know what happens but she just didn't seem very interested in him at all and he was relentless about being with her and he passed all the other girls that were all about him man and wanted to be with him and do whatever he wanted, and he was just want wanting cassie and so like I said, they hooked up, they've been together for a little while and he then. Relocated to L. A. to be with her and be by her family because she's super close to her sister and her parents, and now that they've broken up, he can't handle that. So he put a tracking device on her vehicle. He will go in her complex and just stay there and circle around, and he's virtually stalking her you know and physically stalking her and he'll. Go by her parents house. I mean he's like obsessed with her at this point. So she had to get a restraining order and I guess the judge did sign off on it. So it's a temporary one but he's got a say one hundred yards from her for a little while here until she gets one that's longer. So he can't be by her her home, her work his. future in-laws just kidding not anymore her family he can't be by any of them. So he does get a shot though to plead his case in front of the judge. So he has that option to do that. But until then you know he has to stay away. So I'm like, Oh, I never saw that in Colton look like this a bad look dude. So it's bad. Look Right. So what does this do do for a living? Well, what did he do? He went into route reality TV he wasn't. He was in. Let's see. He was a football played football but I, think I wanna say he said he went pro fermented but he got hurt that that's what happened. He has written a book ever since he's been the bachelor I mean he's a trying different things but he's trying famous famous he really is. So that's those two and then we've been talking about all morning and getting the dances posted a Franken dot com because it's great with Youtube you can just watch the dance all the talking and everything in between I'm talking about you know dancing with stars tyra banks kicked it off the new season she's the new host and. It was last night I was kind of like a weird head space and I was trying to get through it and fast forward through the commercials and get through the show. So we can talk about it this morning and kind of watching some of the clips back the this morning I'm like, okay, this is this wasn't you know terrible like I said I give it a seven point five out of ten. It was the first you know first episode it was Tyra as the new host where there was a lot of new stuff. There was no studio audience somebody was saying that whatever she hosted, what was it the model top model? Horrible of that, that was her show forever it was like a high rated show high rated but someone just said, she wasn't the best host really is I'm here in other people saying that you just is not a good host and wasn't very good low they were they were talking about her being on The. America's got talent. So is that what it was? Top model thing. She did both she was only on there for like a year as a host. Okay. Wasn't. That's a bummer. But yeah. So I was going to get the dances posted because we take care baskin did horribly and she she came in last but you got Nellie who rocked it. You had sky who was awesome. Yeah. General. Dynamics supported our nation's exploration of space for the last sixty years. Now, GTI combining the latest technology innovations to deliver enterprise scale IT systems for a new era of space missions. 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So did get me excited for the new season. I'm not like Oh we can't wait till next week but not yet but the bonus edition, you'll be that way. Because if you listen to the start of the show this morning from where it started to. Now, in the bonus edition, you'll be like. That's how he's going to be. All the shows. Keep poured more. Of An. I love it. But Erin Andrews I feel bad for her because it's been always Tom Bergeron hosted the show for years ever since the beginning and then a little while ago they ended up adding Erin Andrews and I thought they were a great team but obviously, they wanted to shake things up at ABC and so Aaron said she felt like a total loser when dancing with the stars ditched her. And at that that'd be hard. You know I mean that's a good topic to what big role did you have at your career what what career was your identity and then it was no longer I mean that's a big deal ended So yeah, she's just like really feeling the pain from that and then drew. Barrymore. So I didn't have a chance to see her show yesterday we had a busy day but her talk show kicked off and of course, she had her girlfriends on their Lucy Liu and cameras and she wasn't Charlie's angels with the two of them. So did they do like just from home I think probably. If, she's got a she might have been in studio and has her own studio and then Adam Sandler her best he she talked to him I guess too and I love 'cause they've at least three movies together and they they are really well like they just they're. They're a good match always wanted them to hook up in real life before he was with his wife of course, can they do something I did see something they didn't grab as far as audio that they did like a fifty states thing again or something. Like the real reunion with that I think thought read something. So makes sense it was part of that show I. Love It. Yeah. They've done fifty states wedding singer blended. I mean those are just the three off the top of my head. I can think of that they did together and just I don't know their team for sure. So he you would think that you know the first episode you don't want to get rid of every like you got Lucy Liu. Adam, Sandler I like spread it out over the week. It's two month. It's true. She went all in man I episode. You got to get people hooked and then cheer I'm going to watch this on. Netflix when my best he's watched and she said it was so good just behind the scenes of like cheerleading squads in competitions and the cost of the did you watch I did yeah I, didn't finish it but. All the drama and stuff that goes along with it is that what it is or what makes it good yeah, and like it Kinda shows like their injuries. So I I kinda got like anxious watching it because it's really like intense as in like a kind of like shows like what it's like to be on like a really really good cheer. Yeah, and so like all the different. Pressures that takes high school I think it's like I don't know exactly what it is I think college. All, that's crazy. One of the coaches are the coach she's on dancing with the stars. So she said it was so different to be on the other side of me and a different role. She's usually coaching and controlling, and then she's now like the feeling very vulnerable. But if you watch cheer like a ton of People Watch this, I'm not flakes, Jerry, Harris I guess is under investigation for allegedly soliciting minors, and so as of this morning, they were saying that he was a teen when all of this went down because we're trying to get more info who is he on the show his name's Joel Berry Harris. What is? The now, he's one of the. He's one of the cheerleader chillers. Yes. They're saying all this kind of went down when he was a teen and it wasn't like he's an adult now and Yeah. So there's like. With this this morning and it's just kind of breaking let's say you scroll down. Weird early twenties, maybe some more info coming out about that. So I'll keep you posted as that kind of unfolds and then Kanye West, he refuses to release any more music until his contract with Sony and universal expires. And the latest this week he says that he's the new Moses so now. Just keeps getting better with this guy and there was something I had pulled up where was offshoot I had it pulled up here guy. That's Oh. Here we go. he said Drake he went on to rant about how DRAKO's him in apology J. Cole needs to apologize for what I don't know man and he also was asking for a meeting with Jay Z I mean there's never a reason with the county itself. We know that he speaks fragments there's never a complete thought. So he just said I'm not putting any more music out there until my contract is up drake owes me an apology J. Cole owes me an apology and he said I want to talk to Jay Z he wants to speak to the manager he's the Karen. Jeez. And Jay's I feel bad for Jay Z. it's like you were you guys were tight tight. You were boys man others. Yeah. I know and then. You do. What did didn't he pulled the same thing that he pulled with who was it that he? He did a couple of people were he he took a screen shot of their text. Canyon, who though who'd he did that to do it to legend John Legend? J Two thought he did or that's a punk move something I mean yeah. Enough to to to the to the point where you're like, okay you know as Dr be says Foundries Yup Yeah. remember we talked about that kind you has to get cortisone shots in his thumbs he's got multiple phones and that's all he does his head is in his phone twenty four hours a day he's he's just checked out man he's either working on music for himself on. Can you blame I mean again I don't well. Yes I mean, and you look at all the dudes that were like involved with the Kardashians all look all of them. All of them are like you know either turn into drugs or. Alcohol you know. All this stuff and I'm sure that. All. They're not all to blame. No, there are you. You are part of the problem. It's tremendous part of the county problem credit. So I can't blame him for being in his phone all the time especially when you bet your life, but you do you made your bed yeah. That's true. That is true I. Now, they got four kids with him but speaking of we're talking about this briefly yesterday that Kris Jenner now that they're not doing keeping up with the Kardashians, the last season will air early twenty, twenty one but they're saying that maybe she could join the real housewives cast I, think they're trying to lure her in Beverly Hills. Hills, and then I heard this morning that they're trying to lure snooky and to be on Jersey housewives they were like, okay. If you'RE NOT GONNA DO Jersey shore anymore or maybe you can be Jersey. How does a need that three kids NATO vivas? They don't that's like one of the highest rated real housewives. True. Do, it we'll have to see big has she was totally jersey, 'cause they were traveling a lot and her hubby was cool. You know when she would go away and film when they have the two kids now that they have the threes like, Hey, I love you I know it's good money you're not going anywhere. This is too much on our family. So we'll have to see how that shakes out with the housewives and coming up next hour. Oh, won't there everyone's linked to the Kardashians do so Kim's. Kim's do that. Put Her on the map Ray j there's some news with him and he does me an apology radio. Everybody off. To do as topic who who I mean in like for real who owes you an apology like? Who Do you think owes you? Haven't apologized. That's genius man. We gotta do that but Yeah Ray j news about him and his wife and their two kids We've got celebrity real estate which I loved to talk about a lot of other good separate experience news coming up at nine twenty. Ninety seven one. 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A crazy or bizarre story that you've had a real estate agent or maybe it's your spouse or somebody close to you. That's just like, oh my gosh and it comes from this. It was a story that happened right here in draper here in Salt Lake, it was in draper and it was Let's see. When did this go down last week right? Right? Yeah and I don't know when it went down but yeah, it sounds like it was. So because sometimes you know you hear the stories or they've gone through like maybe the courts or something like that then the story breaks. But yeah, this just recently went down they did arrest the guy. So it was a real estate agent, her client. And they were in the basement of this house and she went to unlock the door. So she had the key to it cheese to this place to show it. And went to unlock the door and there on the other side of the door was this dude with a rifle pointing it at them and said, you needed to get off the property. So she called the cops, the cops tried to make contact with this guy and as they're setting up the perimeter of the house because there's a guy in there with a gun he ended up somehow making contact with the cop and it sounds like it was a peaceful kind of arrests. But just a weird, can you imagine being the real estate agent or the the client? That's so scary to have somebody pointing a gun at you opening up the door behind this door. Getting what the? Yeah. So we WANNA know with that story just tell us some bazaar crazy story that you've seen like again if this is something that you do or have done or somebody close to you at eight to nine hundred. Ninety, seven one. Frank in just show podcast here on iheartradio. The last Tuesday, we had crazy weather whipping through, and it was that following Wednesday that we got a text from one of our listeners So we can put the word out there. If you wanted to help at the trail head in and look for the friends listener Andre has posted this this morning to So he's a friend of shelby who's been missing for a week play a little clip here from Fox thirteen. So we played this a little earlier on the show and giving you something to talk about. So it's been a week today this ran I think yesterday or the day before. So they're saying almost a week it has been a week that she's missing search crews. are still searching for a missing hiker who hasn't been seen for almost a week twenty, nine year old shelby Campbell's set out last Tuesday. But never came back home crews founder car at the North Ogden divide. But no sign of her search crews are now on the trails in the area at this point, shelby friends and family simply want answers the. Hardest thing for everybody is just the not knowing everybody's pulled together. There's been a lot of support and love if you do have any information on missing shelby Campbell, please contact the Weaver County sheriff's Office. Can't even imagine if your family or friends you know what you're going through. So hopefully, hope to God she'll be okay you know and maybe she's Hurt and they'll find hurting but they're looking yeah they're looking. So if anybody knows anything obviously called the we were was that we were coming sheriffs. Or contact us a two, nine, four five. If you're a friend of the family or a family member and you want us to to get the word out about something maybe you know something else that has to do with this please get in touch with US eighty, two, nine, four five or you can text us or email us that Franken just dot com. So, we're talking about confessions professions, this morning, and a little different twist to it, and we want to know real estate agents. Instead of you know, tell us something about your profession that nobody knows tell us a crazy bizarre story that you've seen. You know doing this job selling home showing homes that sort of thing this real estate agent that was surprised in draper. It made the news ye last week we talked about it. was showing a home on your point of the mountain was a door that was locked and she had the key to it, and she went to open it in front of the client and they're on the other side of the doors that do with a rifle pointing the gun at them, telling them to get the F. off the property said that but he was pointing a gun on him told him to get you know get out. So. Cops were called. eventually dude was arrested. Don't really know anything else with the story. That's all that was reported but feared crazy like did he live there as a squatter was the ex spouse that would leave you know Who knows so we? And and it's just dangerous like you know like we've heard some of the stories and there was a I know there was a story in the news years ago about a real turn I want to say it was somewhere like Alabama or something like that where she was showing house and the guy ended up you know yeah. Yeah I was just horrible. So you hear these stories of people that you whether you're female or male carrying. See Cabin, there CW and carrying a weapon because you never know what you're GonNa get never know. It could be a bizarre just a nutty story. So what is it that you've got that you want to share with us at eight to nine, four, five confessions and professions. So this said I did real estate in California like for fifteen years and I scheduled a showing with the client back in the mid two thousand. So we walk into the House or TV cameras a whole crew, a people it was to catch a predator. It was all set up and I met Chris Hanson Oh my God have a seat. That wow crazy story what a story? No My husband's a real estate went with him to a showing because afterwards we're going to dinner. So we walked into the house before his clients arrived to turn on the lights and get everything ready. There was another agent there with his mistress doing stuff. Yeah. Awkward. and. You know that kind of thing happens all the time you know like real estate agents using the house no, and Bucks Yeah I watch modern family I. saw that one episodes right All the whole family was using the house. Let's see had cleared a time with the seller to be out of the House for showing. So the seller forgot to set the alarm and overslept. So many times I heard him running out of his bedroom and yell real her. Once he realized what was happening. He ran back into his room just enough time for me and the buyers to a three sixty view of him wearing only slippers that happened. With my buddy Terry con analysis, he's my friend and he in realtors. Well. So I've known them for as long as I've lived here. But one of the years ago when we were walking through a house, it was the same thing. It was somebody that you know supposed to be out and they weren't they slept and we saw yeah, we saw the dude like you know. Like we're coming down the hall and all of a sudden, we kinda caught a glimpse of running into the bedroom or the bathroom rather. Funny. Because usually I don't know how like I just remember going to see homes with him and you'd walk in and if it looks lived in, you know like somebody's living there. Obviously there's but they were he'd be like low making sure. So nobody answer. Yeah. Low and then we heard some like rustling or whatever, and then realize that this dude and then we could hear him from the bathroom like sorry overslept oh no. Naked or maybe it wasn't overslept the yet you just obviously they were still sleeping. So that's funny. This man said I rapped show a home with my clients knocked on the door to make sure nobody was home you know double knocked just to be sure I unlocked the door open it immediately saw guy sitting on the couch his underwear. Giant smoking tool in between his legs and the whole room was filled with smoke helix, various, apprised, and shut the door I told my clients we should see the yard first. Couple of minutes later he came out and said, we could go in and apologized profusely it was definitely something I'll never forget and that. So I can't say too much. But I've got friends and family that have done real estate for years here and other cities. And it was one of those where and sometimes not always not count at the renters because we've all been renter's right we've all been renters, but a lot of the renters are like I have to move a lot of them don't WanNa get out they don't own the property. So I swear one time I had a family member that walked in he was like, okay. Is this like woodstock? People get out just smoke. You know that they had just party and it was just. It was lingering so bad and just all the decor was very like sixties and just like what's happening so funny and the dude that she walked it on that was smoking. So he probably was thinking man, this stuff is good. He's price so high so high it was that real did that just happen? Did the front door just open with me sitting here in my underwear funny. By looking out, you know looking out the window like, Oh, my Gosh, was here happened to let's see my best friend a few years ago she met some potential client at his house, and so he was looking to sell his house and she's a female agent and he's a man, and so they go to the basement because her around and then he's like, hey, like that and so asked her for a sexual favor. She's like an out she took off like a bat out of hell. Let see found a squatter and I carry concealed carry. So announced who I was and that was carrying and please announce yourself and the squatter got up and left. Crazy Joe. Let's see showed a house that was foreclosed on people trashed it before they left not. You know not unusual but they drew lots of murals, murals of men's private parts some with some without some. Yes. This I can't say too much but they said any kind of Weiner you could think of was on the wall, the magic markers like a twelve year old. But really just thinking back when I was. In high school like thirteen, we would array certain General Dynamics has supported our nation's exploration of space for the last sixty years. Now, GDP combining the latest technology innovations to deliver enterprise scale IT systems for a new era of space missions. We secure today imbedding resilient cyber solutions into every aspect of the mission, and we prepare for tomorrow to preempt future risk digital modernisation networks, cyber shared services, and artificial intelligence GD it propelling the art of the possible visit. GD It. Dot Com slash space. Santo is not the same thing I say at the Fisher. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just having that assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson that someone would be there to take care of us. You took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help go to fisherhouse dot org things in the book and then you draw a P P Thirteen. Fourteen you were drawn PP's, and maybe maybe it was a thirteen or fourteen year old that didn't WanNa move but it's an could have been. You know I'm GonNa jaw piece on the wall. We're not. We're not selling this house the mural I. wonder if they got a picture, I would love to see. Ninety, seven one. Frank in show podcast here on iheartradio. So coming up in twenty minutes here. It's navy. Week. Yeah, we're going to talk about that and find out what exactly that is. kind of cool. I'm excited to talk to does guests coming up and twenty minutes from right now weather today is going to be hot upper night actually lower nineties we're looking for for ninety s for the next three days, and then around Friday as we get into the weekend, it should be cooling off I think into the seventies. So if you're without power one of. The as of last night's sixteen, hundred people still a roughly sixteen hundred people still without power. Hopefully, the numbers are lower this morning, but they're saying there could be people that don't get it until tomorrow. So over week without power, which just blows staff with the hot temp. So Ninety two, I think today and then smoke is going to be probably in the skies for a bit at least for the next few days through you want open the windows. Never Mind Yeah just kind of blows it is I mean even if you're not smelling that that smoke, it's it's affecting you. Obviously sensitive to it's affecting you. Even the people that means she's kind of can tell them. My throat's scratchy is not good for you. Yeah. Let's get into the bonus edition of Hollywood headlines. This morning so were starting off with since we're talking real estate is that were starting off with yeah. This is cool and then I have some kind of local Hollywood headlines for real housewives of salt. Lake City okay. We'll. Staff really cool stuff but Chris Pratt and Ferris. So they got divorced almost two years ago but they still co owned this house that they lived in as a married couple with their son Jack and they finally just sold it. It's in the Hollywood hills they put it on the market for five mill and it looks like it's taken two years for them to get the deal done so. The ended up settling at four point seven, five, million. So they ended up buying it less six with six years ago and up six years ago for three point three, million, its Mediterranean style which I love four bedrooms three and a half bath pool SPA Steam Room Tennis Court Outdoor Gym Really Cool Property I was checking out on teams dot Com and what's neat about Chris and ANA as. They have a really good relationships Chris now married to Katherine Schwarzenegger. They just had their first child together. They had a girl and then on a Ferris's engaged to a guy that she worked with on the movie overboard, which was Kinda scandalous because she was still married to Chris when she went to film that movie it was a remake of overboard the first one was Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell. And then she ends up with this guy who was hurt of that cash still with them no. Yeah they're engaged. So what's the deal with the TV show for for Mother Mama. She up and left, and so the latest that I had heard she's in a contract. They didn't know she was leaving. She's one of the main characters on that show that shows actually doing really well especially for network, TV and dollars network dollars, which can be hard to come by with everything else that people are viewing a CBS show. Yeah and so they're not very happy with her and they're scrambling to figure out there getting ready to go back to the studio. To film, and now they're like our main one of our main people is gone. So she's not in good standing like they're upset you know which I can understand it. You you gotta give people notice launch. She's in breach I mean she's under contract. So I wonder how that's GonNa play yeah. That's a good question that is a good question Chris and ANA are very very tight. Great Co parents, I Jackie said is what seven or eight now something like that seven. Maybe but they've agreed to live within a five mile radius of each other at least for the first five years. This is in their divorce decree a you know just to help their son Jack with the whole transition. So they're gonNA live close with you know like I said within five mile. Radius, for five years and then you know as he gets older and his more adjusted than if they want to move, they can when I know people that have had kids and gotten divorced in did something similar or one point is were you know the the father was living there in the house there was no relationship as far as romantic relationship with mom and dad, it was just. To, yeah just to give you know It's my nephew, Sam so to give him some stabilization you know and he it's you 'cause they split up when he was young, he's like twenty one now twenty two Kim. He's a pretty grounded kid consider. Can divorce especially if it's a Can Really Jack up a kid right and he had a pretty good situation with that where they were both you know they had their stuff with each other but they didn't involve hand they tried to make it a stable as they could. And at one point like I said, you know. So he was living there in the house and it wasn't anything. You know an Sam knew that he knew that it wasn't you know mom and dad aren't but they're at least they respected each other and they were good friends and it was just all about raising him at that point. That's cool. I'm did they do that? Did it for years? Okay. For probably ten years do they have like a basement or like an upstairs and they just had their own bedrooms and? They had like separate bedrooms. Yeah. No basement but it was separate bedrooms a decent size house where they could but it wasn't anything crazy. It was like a massive house or anything. That's pretty cool. Ma'am and then this house is for sale. So if you guys Edward Scissorhands I think I'm sure frankly I never saw that movie. Kinda cool. Did you see it? I love that movie. So Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder were in that and that was years and years ago. That was like one, thousand, nine hundred, and so the Florida home that they used for the exterior and the Interior I, it was on the market. So few you know a little bit of new paint some renovations but not totally gutted it ended up going. It's this little cute starter home kind of like around the size of my house at three bedroom two, bath fourteen, hundred square feet they did remodel Let's see bathroom the master bath and then it looks like the cabinets countertops. Ninety Jeez I'm not kidding like crazy right. So where where in Florida? City where it was the world's filmed but it went on the market for two, hundred, twenty, four, thousand and this family ended up getting it. They paid six thousand above asking and so the guy that wanted to buy it with his family he grew up in the area he loved the movie. So they ended up getting it. So I thought that was pretty cool Yeah. It's a good deal to really good deal and I found out some local Hollywood had lions real housewives staff. Now, let me just play this first because Andy Cohen posted this. Video yesterday and the real housewives of salt. Lake City on their instagram. So if you didn't hear, we were talking about this at the start of the show and the six o'clock hour yesterday giving you something to talk about. So apparently, the trailer for real housewives of Salt Lake. City when it was released last week a lot of the fans of real housewives not a fan of this trailer saying it was a mediocre at best. So I'm GonNa play a just the this clip here down the line here from my phone. So this is Andy Cohen real sea. Divers show people are going to be really interested in Mary Crosby and. In Heather, they're all really interesting the women and I'm glad they're so there you go. That's Kinda of all he said Yeah. So next. Yeah. So Heather, we're going to talk about she's the one that owns beauty lab laser. Okay. So Big Med spa in town, and she's divorced with three kids and They said it's so funny because when they kind of break down the women on the show, they'll say their religion. So they said Mormon Ish. But she is so nice and friend of hers told me a little bit about her in this friends known her for a long time. She is so charitable if there's anything that needs to be done as far as charity or helping people out organizations, how the first one in there Awesome. Single Mom. Just, really positive person very driven and had nothing but nice things to say about her just a really cool check and then There's something else she had said about her. Oh so people thought when all of the trailers came out and all of their professional headshots came out and just all there because they get ready for the show and everything starts getting released. People were like, Oh thank you for being a an ambassador for the Lgbtq community because you know it's nice to have somebody trans on the housewives. So they were saying that she was transgender. Okay and so she was like, oh And they were saying just how awesome and graceful she was and she said Oh my gosh thank you so much for things thinking that I'm trans because like hello, they're beautiful and she just said I'm not transgender. But yeah, I would love to be an ambassador for the Lgbtq community and just the way she handled that and they're just like she's a cool chick. So my friend that knows her is like Oh man we know it's a scripted show more nervous to see how they're going to portray her or set her up for different situations but know that heather is the bomb twos. Awesome. So. It makes it way left and I'm just laughing because it's like this sounds great. But I mean as far as what makes a good. Housewives show. Yeah I don't know. Like people are wanting to see the drama. It's true. That's kind of what those shows are all about. It's true and what Andy was talking about with Mary because Mary this, there had a wine and cheese night mink have did on Saturday night we were in the backyard and around the fire pit and so the thing about Mary is that she's married to her late grandmother second husband. So hold on. So late grandmother's second husband Okay that's bizarre. It's very bizarre. Allegedly and I don't know if this is true or not. But we had heard that she had to marry within the family. To keep money in the family. So unlike a lot of money was at stake and so you had to like she had to do this in order to keep the money in the family straight it's going to be interesting for sure. So that kicks off November eleventh. That's a Wednesday night on Bravo. Eight, o'clock our time. Crazy stuff, and then they're on today's Hollywood headlines page a Franken just dot com it's Ray J and Princess Love. So they are going to call it quits after all who cares. That's Great. How long have we been talking about these to go back and forth living? and. He's the one that of course you know he and Kim Kardashian had the sex tape back in the day got released. Kim became famous Ray j you know he is isn't he brandies brother I think it right brands brother is a monitor now brands brandy either. So I mean, he comes from a famous family and then he's with Kim Kim, gets. You know she blows up she's larger than life and he's like I want a piece of that was ours sex a piece of that. and. Then now is wife you know everybody's coming at him because he definitely has a tight, but she looks a lot like him K and so he and his wife have two kids together little bitty kids and we talked about this. They had a fight in Vegas, and of course, the very the Cliche tagline happens the biggest vegas not with these two because he left his wife in pregnant but. See Pregnant wife and kid in Vegas took off after a blow up fight and she's like really you deserted your family we are done here. So then they were separated, they tried to get back together. They were back together for a little bit because they ended up having another kid in the meantime and now they're official getting divorced. So they're done a good thing because they sound like they're toxic. Well. He's drama man he so proudly to yeah, true it's. True they tied the knot Let's see in two, thousand, sixteen like I said, they have two kids together and he's brand is the right yes. I in on your head. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. Oh, real housewives. Oh no I have some more dirt and I forgot to put it in with Salt Lake. So this is Mak. Right? No tomek. Potomac. Gosh just killing me. Yet, no, it's. River, that's kind of weird. Okay but anyhow. Actually on there. So do you know who actually is from that season? I never watched it. Okay. Never watched, right that's very hot AMAC. Own Book. Bunny. So this is nasty. So if you're easily offended if you have little ones around and I actually know people that have done this but she Wants to make sure her man doesn't cheat on her so I don't know if he's cheated before but she will go through his underwear pile though she's his yeah used underwear pile have known people that have gone kind of similar length like that where have heard stuff and Yeah just. Anyway, that's crazy. Nasty crazy. Well, it's just oh yeah that's that's a nice right healthy relationship. Yeah. So and I do I have a? Friend that I knew in. So friends with her, not friends with him and they divorced and he would do that to her until their divorce. Oh, that's surprising. Thank God. She was with them for a long time. Thing really the other married had three kids. He was the one the ironic part, which is now ironic because when you break down, he was the cheater he was I mean. I yeah. craigslist chicks. He was all about it and he would blame her and do stuff with her underwear and things. She's like you're crazy. Thank God finally come ready to handle this. This chick Ashley does this to remand and goes through his underwear. She got to make sure Maha only Gosh. The in a relationship like that? No Oh no. Oh now. So bad and Britney Spears. So she filed court documents again to fight off her father's wishes for her conservator ship and she also said she's not interested in performing at the moment because they think it sounds like the people that are in charge of her at this point want to try and get her back out on the road because she doesn't have a lot going on and they think it'd be good for her mentally deaf something to focus on. She's like no I don't want to do it. I don't Wanna be your puppet anymore. I'm done with this so she's actually starting to like fighting back. VR and stand on her own two feet, which is great but check out all the Hollywood headlines. Picks I've gotten posted Franken just dot Com we've got Lauren Cadre Conrad. So she and her Hubby, you're celebrating six years of marriage. That's Justin. And Haley Bieber are celebrating two years of marriage who years already too. I know in that crazy really because remember they got married and didn't have a ceremony until a year later. So they've been married two years total I. We've got dancing with the stars stuff. It kicked off last night the new season new host. We, were just talking about Jay and his wife Princess, they're on their Paul Walker has been gone. Oh Gosh. How many years ago now seven years nine years was on the show to love him right him down on the list. Sad keeping a list here people that I've forgotten. Never. Started keeping a list until about what two weeks ago. Yeah that's true. So he would have been forty-seven this week and he's been gone for a while and then we've got Alec Baldwin and his wife, and just all of their five children how exhausted they look there's some good stuff up there L. C.. So she's the one that was on the hills. Yeah, and the one that was like almost too good to be a part of the hills right offer she went to fashion school is that the one that went to fashion? School. Did yes. With the F. I. D. M. and then she ended up having a fashion line that's at Kohl's that it's really good stuff. Yeah and then she's written multiple books and yes, she lives a quiet life Turner man and they've got two kiddos. So what does her do? What does he do famous now like a financial guy but yeah, they seem like they're they're really happy they do really well, and they just kind of do their own thing which is nice to stay away from that rump. It's true. GET STUFF BREAKING DOT com. You've been listening to the ninety seven one. Frankie Judge Show podcast right here on iheartradio. Had mentioned that so my father in law kit so he was in the Navy and NAM. My cousin Jimmy who is out in Reno or just outside? Of Reno. So he started winning and eighteen retired with the navy. He was a mechanic for these F. sixteens USS Kittyhawk. So he did that and I forgot my other cousin Kenny Kenny was in the navy as well. Yeah so cool. We've got guess Lieutenant Cornell on the show with us. Hi, doing we you. Can you hear? US. Okay. I can I'm doing great. Can you hear me? We can hear you loud and clear. So it's it's Salt Lake City Navy Week. So when you think of branches of the service here in Utah Navy isn't one that you know POPs up because of where we are but that's the point of this, right? Well. Exactly and you know Salt Lake City just like every state in the country has a deeper relationship with the navy. Then many folks will realize not only do you have a lot of Salt Lake City Natives, Utah Natives, who you know have joined and are serving around the globe but you've got sailors right there in Salt Lake. City there's a reserve naval operations support center right there in Salt Lake City. you know. So it's fantastic and that's that's part of what Navy weeks coming do is to help help engage with the public and teach them about the navy at large and also help celebrate that That relationship between your city and and the Navy I. Love It. So tell us your story lieutenant as far as you like when did you enlist when you were eighteen and kind of where you've been in you know tell us your story well, so I enlisted when I was in my mid twenties I was it was nineteen ninety five and actually joined the Air Force I, and it was in the Air Force for a couple years and then switched over to the navy in the late nineties. And Yeah I was enlisted for fourteen years and then became an officer in two thousand eleven. Okay. And what parts of the world have you seen because I used to live in Jacksonville and that's a big navy tell. That is a big navy town but I haven't been stationed there. Yet I haven't had that that opportunity but I've spent a total about seven years stationed over in Europe. I started off in Norfolk Virginia. So he spent a little time in Millington Tennessee where we have a base and San. Diego and then right now I'm up here on the KITSAP peninsula just across the water from Seattle Washington Nice Oh. Yeah. So this week here in Salt Lake City you said it's a chance for people to. I mean. So what can I mean is it everything virtual this year because of coded or are there things that people can physically come and see? Well everything is virtual. Yeah. Okay. But the good news about virtual event like this is you know if people can't come to a specific event that a specific time, they will be able to go see it all online and it will be stored up there. I can't even plug in at the exact time something's happening. You'll be able to check it all out. What they need to do is go to facebook dot com slash navy outreach all one word or search for navy outreach on facebook. And you know they'll be able to see everything that has happened. You know up to that point they're checking in You know yesterday we had a great tour tour or onboard the US Constitution the oldest commissioned warship It was one of our first six frigates from seventeen ninety four it's still us. Navy worship How's that a Boston? They do public tours that this online tour even folks have been to Boston and then on the public tour, the virtual tour they get to go on with the with the virtual maybe week, we'll take them through areas that the public does not get to go to. which is pretty cool. That's on the ship. So and they've actually they've done another one of those tours today that that went down about an hour and a half ago in just a few at ten o'clock governor Herbert's GonNa be pro presenting a proclamation declaring it maybe we can Salt Lake City to Rear Admiral Price. and then later on in the day, let's see we got at at two o'clock this afternoon, the leapfrogs, which is the navy's parachute team is going to be doing a drop zone video that ought to be really cool. So that'll be like Evening at five o'clock maybe ban North West. There's going to be doing performance. Yeah. So check out the time because we've got a different time than you as far as time zones but yeah, this looks awesome. A lot of things. Hey. So we were talking about and they'll there'll be a slide up on facebook page each day. Tell Him Tell me events for the day to. Okay. So when you guys decommission like aircraft carriers. Where do you just kind of keep them part you know uncertain or take him to certain places and open them up to the public. How does that work because I was mentioning before we went into the break and got you on the show here that my cousin I've got a cousin out in Reno he Enlisted eighteen and his so how whatever? Twenty? Twenty five years he was an F. sixteen mechanic on the USS Kittyhawk and I. Know They decommissioned that? What? Like two? Thousand, nine, two, thousand, ten, where like what do you do with the ships? Then they just kind of go around. So the Publican Siham. Well, it definitely varies from ship to ship but you know. Yeah. Often they wind up as as museum. So like San Diego has has the US midway. you know New York has a carrier setup as a as a museum as well and you get a lot of You know since submarines and other naval vessels wind up museums absolutely. Yeah. That's cool. I. I had a for a second and then it fell through but there was because I I did work in radio prior you know years ago out in Jacksonville Florida. And there was somebody that listened and they were trying to work it out as media. So I was going to go on a nuclear sub for how many days in the Out there with him. Yeah. But it kind of fell through man this is like But yeah, this is cool. So It's The two Hundred Fiftieth Navy Week. So it's Salt Lake City Navy weaken and we're talking to Lieutenant Cornell right now on the show. So if you want to check out the list like there's a laundry list of things that are on for for today. So if you want to check it out and then for for the week. Yeah. So if you WANNA, take it out we're GONNA link up to Frankie and. Jesse. Dot Com. So, thanks for taking time out Lieutenant Chorale and thanks for serving. We appreciate you and your family. Awesome. Thank your family for their service and and thank you guys for the time. Have a great day. We're going to wrap up the show here in about three minutes. Turn things over to Jeff. McCarthy will tell you what's coming up tomorrow morning on the show. Ninety seven one. Frankie and just show podcast here on iheartradio. So Salt Lake City Navy Week going on right now for the weekend, we're about five minutes six minutes away. The Governor of Utah is going to do alive navy week, proclamation which is really cool and we just talked to Lieutenant Cornell from the navy talking about some of the things, but it's all virtual and we're checking out the schedule. So just know when you're looking at the schedule, it's central central time. So it's an hour ahead. So it'll show like you know the governor's GonNa, do the presentation at eleven, but that's a ten So if you want to check out the schedule. There's a lot of things going on today tomorrow, Thursday. That's cool. Yeah and it's pretty neat and there's something today about the the Salt Lake City naval base, which you don't realize you just don't think and that's one of the points that they're going around to certain cities that don't have like a bigger naval naval presence. So they're know taking it to cities like solid city but there there is you know the navy's here it's just not like maybe a Norfolk or something like Jacksonville. Florida San Diego exactly So that's kind of the point of navy weekend. It's like the two hundred fiftieth? Navy Week. Is. Huge in Raleigh. Just thank you. You know view serve in any branch your family does and sounds like Lieutenant Cornell was we said what the Air Force. So He's you know back when I think he said he went into the navy then air force in the back to the navy or I? Think it was knitting. An air force and navy switch the navy, and then he went into like what does that mean? What management? Now what do they call that Lieutenant Yeah He's a Senate twenty eleven when he went into that that's cool guy and it was cool interview. So Yeah. If you WANNA check out the the website with all the list of events that are coming up today tomorrow and Thursday, and then ensure stuff on Friday as well, and maybe even through the weekend you can check it out of Franken just dot com. So before we go and turn things over Jeff McCartney tomorrow at. Seven o'clock. We've got Laurie on for one break talk and pandemic dreams. Laurie. From the Dream Zone DOT com and then about eight forty a little later on the show we're going to do this. We haven't done this in a while somebody in your life was hard on you to the point where maybe you know you didn't like it at the time they were really pushing you. But you look back now and you know that they were hard on you because they could see the potential. So it was actually a good thing. But time was like, why are you singling me out your route? So we're GonNa talk about tomorrow eight Ford. So have a great Tuesday Jeff's coming up next we'll talk to tomorrow at six.

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"This is free talk. Live telephone number for you to call in six zero three two eight three six one six zero we do have calls holding. We're in mid call so if you get a busy signal please keep trying if you wanna be on the air with us here tonight in the studio. It's myself. The reverend captain kick ass joining me mountaineer. And melanie and let's go ahead and bring the atlanta and back on the line mark by the way mark. I've i've reinstituted facsimile mark here in the studio and pointed the camera at it and i realized looking at this facsimile mark that from the perspective. When i'm looking at this photo you seem to lean a little bit right but from your perspective you lean a little left or is it the other way around from my perspective way around you laid left from yours. You lean right. So am i bet mixer. Yeah yeah. I think I think that would be hard for people to hard to convince anyone that i'm a democrat Well what are we saying was regarding banking. And i think that we have a false dichotomy. Put in place is that when it comes to spanking children There's sort of spanking or non thanking camp that is often brought up on free talk live when in fact what we should talk be talking about is good parents versus bad parents and i understand why harder to observe to observe but the results. Speak for themselves You know like good people. Good well adjusted. People are the result of good parenting. How do you measure parents. Glass argument how do you measure who is a good parent. His long time to get their circular argument though. Because you wouldn't define someone as a good parent if the outcome of their child is bad correct. So that's a circular argument. Good parents have arguments that it's difficult to To just to sort of make it clear. And i think that libertarians often rush to does it. does it violate the non aggression principle or doesn't it and. I think that you can't do that with children. And here's the reason because they choose they. They've barely have a choice to live in your house or not like you know if the rule to enter my house was i punched in the nose. I would clearly be a lunatic way and probably a bad person. We wouldn't violate the non aggression principle. Are you saying mark that you're okay with violating the non aggression principle. As long as it's a child know what i'm saying is it doesn't violate the thanking doesn't violate the mount aggression principle. Because it's my house and i pay the mortgage You know my house my rules if you don't like them go live elsewhere and that's hard for three zero two and but you put you also put them in a position where they are dependent on you so if you run somebody over with your car in okay. I'll take you the hospital. But but i will only agree to take you to the hospital. If i punch you in the face that is still in that violation or you put them in that position or if you have a quadriplegic in your house and you say well everyone in the house. At certain time of day i get to punch in the face and wept. They didn't leave. I understand your point. I'm just saying that it's not a violation of the map. How can i don't understand how you how you hear. Another human being and that is not a violation of the non aggression principle you are addressing on another human being. I don't care how old they are. You're not yeah it's your house and rules can be what they are and it's weird but that's what it is I would say that you explain it to me in a long way we go further. Let me ask this question if spanking your child. One time between the ages of one in five resulted in them. It's a -sarily in one hundred percent of the time being a good person and not thanking them between one and five resulted in them. Being a bad person would you choose to spank. you're focusing and if the ends justify the means. And i would say you're invoking another universe because i've also been asked if flicking someone on the nose would cure all cancer. Would i do it. Yes but it doesn't. That's not the result in this universe and so in this universe still violate reason that we'd like the non aggression principle is because this is how things behave in the real world that we inhabit if we find out that the non aggression principle is in fact. Detrimental to our long term. Outcomes will probably have to pick a new position. Oftentimes people who refused to spank are bad bad parents because they don't understand discipline at all. They know disappointed at all their children. That's true and the is not only not sufficient to raise a child. It's not sufficient to grab operate as a human being. The problem is this is like the lower spanked the majority of people who are spanked as children turn out to be well adjusted adult majority of children turn out to be well adjusted adults. Yeah so i mean normal. I mean you're implying causation. That doesn't exist. I don't know that we have a big enough sample group of kids who aren't hits to make that comparison. Well we do there's plenty of them and it will be jordi children who are spanked drink water. What do they do what i'm telling you. Is this your responsible science because what it suggests that spanking is what makes people You know bad and psychotic when in fact. It's terrorizing your children. Whether you do it by corporal punishment or not is what makes people back your kid and never lay your hands on them. And that's what. I wish that these articles would talk about defending spanking. Definitely rare circumstances okay. I see what you're saying. You're saying that that spanking may have some impact on a dysfunctional child becoming a dysfunctional adult. But the greater problem here as parents terrorizing their children and that could include spanking. It doesn't necessarily always include spanking. Is that am. I understanding what i'm saying is is the parent. Parents that terrorize their children. I understand that if you can give you a very specific example. I i would argue that while not all parents that terrorize their children's. Spank certainly all. I would argue that. At least to some extent every parent who spanks their child terrorizes them now. It can be a small amount of raising them. But it's still ruled by fear. Let me use an example When was young he was by one one and a half years old. he ran down my driveway. Which time was you know. Went out to a major highway. You've got about three quarters of the way down with dogs my to as we Ran ran after yelling and trying to get him to come back and he disappeared a couple of times. Obviously the thing. The terrorists young parents opposed is. What if my child is debt. You know like and so this is the this is crazy the going down. The driveway finally stops about three quarters. The way down. And you know. I get and We do a timeout here. He's probably had eight timeouts in like okay This is how rarely we've had implement. That's because talking to jack works most of the time You know had to do punishments with it's rare so i implemented one and what we did was a min- it was a minute for every year that he was was now what. I decided that night. If you did that again he was going to get real live spanking and because he could die as a result the worst case scenario really did happen. And so that would be the only circumstance under which i would think and i would forgive a parent who chose to use spanking. Say once per year between the ages of two and seven so i better battles to fight somebody who hits their kid once a year because great european because cold cold. You're kind of responsible journalism. It said everybody who spent their kid is a terrorist. Did you read the actual site. That was linked. Read these studies before and they compared kind of three different groups. But a really. Yeah so it's always too. Yeah it was. It was never it was never spanked spanked without any further abuse and then further abuse which they classified a lot of spankings further abuse as far as i would understand it because they included hitting your kid with objects and hitting them in other places as abuse but not making but the kind of the problem is so a one and a half year old doesn't necessarily or doesn't have they don't understand death. 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Well pick one for well with a ride back in Up until the time of the civil war it was legal. You've heard of the rule of thumb right. It was legal to beat. Your wife with a rod provided was no thicker than the width of your thumb. Now myself i got a phone nail about the size of a quarter. She's my girl would be in trouble and I know girl that wouldn't stay in the air. Do you the jump the fence. And i busted her. You know jeopardize my. You had that kept in the yard who had jumped the fence. Well you know what i'm saying. She wasn't faithful. Okay you're got being a fan. I'm sorry i thought you never held captive in your backyard in a fenced area. Or something and i don't believe in beating my wife. I don't believe in being children. You're speaking Some sometimes things matters they have to be taken into hands and my marriage might have been saved by the actually slapped her once and made her behave though. I never did marriage my hand and saved. What did you say your marriage might have been saved if you slapped. Your wife might have if i may realize what she was doing. She was jeopardizing. The families feel different times after separations family was torn apart four different times in less than ten years. Every i'd put something together key. Tear it apart. It was horrible. Somebody who's totally dramatized forever. Mrs never the same. She left and took all the vehicles on christmas eve. So you think she would have wanted to stay with you if you hit her. I don't know if it might have made her. Think twice as my only point. Okay i have no idea how you control. She was from broke. He was from broken home. I don't know if it was fixable right right. I don't think she would have increased her value of your relationship. If you'd hit her probably not. I never did somebody who's kudos to me. I went through all that hail and never did somebody who's willing to cheat on their spouse and destroy their family and screw up their kids. Lives is not going to be deterred by slapping. They have deeper issues and about what kind of person they are right right right. Okay now. Back on mark's point there's a difference between a spanking and beating okay and and what the problem is the beating and physically abused you know and mentally abused and you stole their piece of trash and whatnot. And why are you here. you know. They'll both scare the crap out of you. Yeah a spanking. Or and that's and that's the thing i don't object to all i do object to the physical damage but i even more object to scaring the crap out of your children. That's not helping them. No dramatization is more horrible than the beaten to beatings over. Quit traumatize but it's not forever. It's well it is our wait wait. Let's let's let's go back. A spanking is wack and it's over. My old man used to walk around the block two or three times when he was kicked me before he lashed me and i was a rambunctious child you know. Sometimes i deserved it. Yeah three inch. wide bill. Brennan pointed that things they. My daddy beats me with that. You may don't know all reminded me. Don't do that. Daddy going to beat you that relate to me very often but you know every now and then every now and then i'm sorry he did. That wasn't real. No i i could have ended up worse than i am. Hell states beat me. Daddy beat me. And i'm still standing tall but all right. Thanks for the call today. Major pain we appreciate it. I i'm with you lee. you know. It's terrorism one way or the other the because if it's acts as a deterrent like how can you say something is deterrent. But also the people on the receiving end of it aren't terrorized or something like that like that makes no sense. It's bad enough to work. Then it's bad enough to have the other effects that come with that the so the question in my mind and i'm trying to remember how this goes it's something like does your child understand rationalization if so then rationalize with your child. Does the child understand. If the child does not understand rationalization then hitting them isn't going to make them understand what they did wrong any better so either way. You're in the wrong stand. You need to communicate if they don't understand they need to not have access to whatever it is correct they're doing right and speaking of rationalizing in a different sense of the word he meant it you can. You can see how he's trying to Make sense of the fact that he was hit as a kid. He's trying to make his parents less bad than they were in those action. I have yet to encounter a human being. And if you're out there six zero three two eight three six one. Six zero human being that was raised and never spanked who now advocates spanking. Usually the people who advocate spanking. We'll say something similar to what major pain our previous caller just said like well. Daddy spanked me to give me weapons. All the time and i turned out just fine no. I'm sorry you didn't deserve to live. I would say okay to do to someone like if you've been mugged and you're like well fine okay. Does that make okay among people. Because that's that's the argument you're making. Yeah well and i mean they're they're stuck at this point of cognitive dissonance where they don't want to see their parents having done something wrong to them so they're like no. It was good. I deserved it. It made me a better person when none of that stream six zero. Three two eight three six one six zero. This is free talk live. We've got more coming up. The terrain federation attaran league have been killing each other for decades sheltered wealthy and light years from the threat. 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There don't have much experience or personal knowledge of banking about i. I was oldest of five boys born in a row in my family. You get a bunch of boys together. it don't use. Words are controlled by words. Young girls are so until eleven or twelve. We did get spankings not a lot. You know very specific kind of thing was really a a family justice system where boundaries rules were find warnings were given when it was violated. The kept on would turn to a spanking and by then everyone of us knew that you were justly being spanked. Wasn't we weren't traumatized it was Unpleasant experience but it wasn't horrible. Rub you realize terrifying robbed. You realize that this is what every female domestic abuse victim says about their husbands. Who abused them. Well you know. I did do wrong. And the beating was justified and it was just sort of his way of telling me. I did wrong. That is not not Very sensitive to thanking it stings. That's about all it does okay. So you wouldn't consider spousal abuse. Sorry go ahead take list so you wouldn't consider it spousal abuse if they hit them in the but i don't think spanking is appropriate about the age where where they really have judgment developed. Would that be who gets to decide for us. Like eleven or twelve eleven or twelve. Which is it having physical deterrence for people who don't have the ability to use judgment like what does that work we would. We would down in front of our parents and they don't do it and as soon as they turned around we would go do it. But if you're if you're saying if your argument is that you don't have judgment and so that's why you have to use hitting instead. How were they supposed to control themselves. Quits jo and it's not painful. Doesn't leave any permanent. If it's not painful what are you. What are you deterring you you. You talked about getting attention. You misinterpreted out getting attention. You have to say it in a language that the person who understand. Okay let let me let me ask you this. You say that it's justified because they don't have That they don't have reason basically right so but they don't they don't make good decisions and so if my the process by you think punishment okay so our two great if they just play flat won't do it right. hang on. I'm going to take this okay. So if If someone's grandmother starts to get dementia starts to make bad decisions to be less rational and essentially behaves in a way that you don't want them to is it okay to hit them on the but I don't. I've never heard of anyone guesting such things that i don't know if it would do any good. I doubt it saying very similar. But i see in your discussion. You're you're making these analogies that aren't aren't they up will. You're saying a person without these faculties needs to be hell. I'm saying that someone that understands this wrong and knows that you don't want them to do it but they still do it. I think you're just for your parents because they want to. I think you're just making excuses for your parents. Doing a bad job of they were my my neither. My mother rarely spanked us. She likes it to my dad and it was sold as always at the end of the day and he never raised his hand against any of us with any kind of anger he was fi and feel like. Why do i have to do this again. And and it works. I mean i react and go. Why do i have to hit my grandma again gently on the bus. Thanks for the colorado. We appreciate it. That's how the state operates. I'm going to use violence unless you do. I want and you don't do what i want. I use violence. Because i mean why would i but cognitive stunt home dissonance syndrome folks. It's all one phrase now it's not stockholm syndrome. It's not cognitive dissonance. It's all of those things wrapped into one. Apparently because i'm with you pay klis. I think that this guy's just attempting to justify the abuse shuffles. I just i just don't believe the i was just common rational and not angry at all and completely detached and a control and i only use violence in a controlled manner. When i'm home and bs that's not what happens. Nobody dad spanks their their sons without a little bit of anger in there. I and even if that were true even if it was only used rationally well you know i don't want to hit you but i just have to hit you in order for you to do what i want you to do. I'm i'm unique in that. I've had as many as five sets of pants in my life. And i can say that it is different for every set of parents as to what type of the guy called it. A family justice system they would use. I've seen everything from the hit on the bought. Two straight up. Beatings in my life. And i am. I can't defend these people anymore. Nor have i ever tried to but this is certainly still defending the abuse that he suffered absolutely. I mean to lot of people. It is much easier to refuse logic then to cope with the emotional trauma of going. I was abused green. And you know. I know you wanna you wanna hold your parents on this pedestal and especially for those of you. Who or older than me. I guess pre internet pre having your libraries. You could go read. Studies pre the fact that somebody screwed up if they had if they didn't have enough knowledge. You don't have to continue to defend the behavior. You could just make the argument. We didn't know that or it wasn't accessible quote. They did know it. These particular people did it. Nope because they didn't have. They didn't have libraries of journal articles or didn't have anything of that nature and also to like just because everybody else's pants are doing it doesn't mean it's okay for you to to your children. More free talk live coming up. 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Big list mountaineer. And melanie and talk about all sorts of fun things. What was the last little. Yeah we were talking about spanking and abuse of children One other thing before we go to more of your calls is children. that is to say illegal miners. Am i n o. R s are at least in the united states possibly worldwide the last minority group to gain rights in some way shape or form at least recognized by states for example governments and the most important minority to protect agreed. So it comes to you know human rights. I believe all humans should be treated the same. As far as the rights are concerned. I would if there were such thing as extra rights i would grant them to children right right. I know that there's no such thing that all humans are the same and we all have the same right so but if there were i would into the because and on the subject of What we were talking about earlier with responsibilities so what you have as an adult in order to maintain the rights of children. If you see a child being spanked you have to speak out. You have to say something. It is your responsibility to refuse to condone. That behavior is how. How do you see that going down. Like what age will peak mountain. Nears pretty tall and burly looking dude. I'm pretty sure if he said something to somebody smaller. They might just be okay. What everybody in that kind of a thing and frequently. It doesn't even take a speech like most people will simply avert their gaze they will actively ignore this occurring whereas if you look if you look at them with a horrified look that is frequently enough to get them to stop. I mean we were talking at the break about About when you give someone a look of horror about them having to hit their kid and they eventually Later in the conversation came back. Yeah i guess. I wasn't later in the conversation that was later in life. Well and i was surprised to hear that from this particular individual but so we aren't not interfere we module we modifier behavior based on the emotional input that we receive from each other about taking their kids especially somebody who has no problem hitting their kids in the light of day in public. You like you telling them anything. All that's gonna i'm like i'm trying to come up with scenario in which you don't think that that's just gonna make it worse for the kid later when they get home. You know what. I don't see in the public. I don't see people spanking their kids very often. I i don't think i've ever seen in new hampshire like if it was okay to hit your kids in such a way if society as a whole sort of or majority sort of thought it was. Okay then wouldn't you think you'd see more of it in public. I mean i did down there I i mean. I used to see more of it than i do. Now there's a total evidence. I have no studies of it. So i don't know if it's occurring lesson public or not well according to the study from the article it's occurring in general which is a beautiful to hear. I mean it's very. I mean we're in new hampshire but there's the rest of the country which contains several different cultures and there's other countries. Let's table this for just a minute. And let's go to david in new mexico. David you're on free talk. Live listening to you. One k. I. v. a. albuquerque new mexico. The rock of talk with eddie aragon and So our children's rights would that include the right to say like actually know their mother and their father do have a right to know their biological parents Kind of knicks adoption. And i don't know if i want to do that. I actually don't believe in way way. Why why why. Why if there's an adoption does that absolutely mean automatically that the child is adopted. That means they will never know their biological parents before the age of eighteen. Why is that a necessity. So do you ask. Do the children have that right and so if the parents what to give them up for adoption and don't want to be contacted before then you're making assumptions. Call a counselor objection calls for speculation. Okay let's let's get back to the question. Do they have a right to know their parents. They have no positive rights they have only negative rights so think it with kids because if you create someone helpless you have an if you call someone to help us. Which is what you do by creating a baby. You have an obligation to meet the needs that you 'cause from that helplessness true. Let me let me let me go back to what i was originally call mug who's going off in I mean i. It's a great conversation but we'll take an hour to sort through it so today is mother's day today is mother's day right so i'm doing right now. Oh and you had called earlier. Jet called early jet right. Yup jet doesn't want us referring to the government and such. He wants us to name names. So in the spirit. The honor of jet Judge john zero junior traffic my children illegally. I proved it at the new mexico. Court of appeals with unanimous. Three judge decision in my favor. Saying the judge and monica zamora illegally traffic to my children and they reversed monica zamora's illegal decision and The the that ties into mother's day. Because i'm calling on behalf nobody gives in f- about david olson david brent olson. Nobody gives an f. about me or my kids. You're sick of hearing about me so let's talk about somebody else. There's a i called in to k. K. o b radio this morning duty. Eric strauss show New occasion of mother's day because they were taking mother's day calls so i called in. And guess what. Eric strauss on k. k. o. b. radio did he took my call and left it. Sit on hold for forty minutes as all the other callers passed by me and then let let the the call die at the end of his program. because why did eric strauss on. Koa do that. He did it because he knew that david olson would bring up something about mothers day and parents being separated wrongly from their children. And so with that. Let me point you to youtube. Everybody knows youtube. And if you search too damn words everybody can do that. Parental alienation and two weeks ago on sunday before this mother's day There was a day dedicated. Fifteen years called parental alienation awareness state. Because all know about it until it hit you you don't yeah. I remember parental alienation awareness. Day and to your point Like i was saying about Negative rights they do have the right not to be trafficked. Okay they they have the right to not be trying to finish up the part of that. Say and then i'll shut up is that that went in the in the whistle blowing. Spirit that if you obstruct me cancel me. Silence me me. Shut me down and kick me to the curb. I don't allow me to talk to you. Then i'll talk about you somewhere else. And so that's what i'm doing so it's mother's day and there's a whole bunch of mothers out there that don't have access to their children and and if you go to youtube and search parental alienation. You can see video after video. After video after video. I scrolled for thirty five minutes to get to the bottom of how many videos there were these people that have been alienated from their children. Youtube parental alienation. That's what i had to say. Thanks david we appreciate it. It certainly something. I did not hear about until david had mentioned. I did not know that there was a parental alienation awareness day. I have experienced parental alienation as child multiple times. So i do sympathize. And i know what he's talking about. I'm profoundly grateful that when my parents divorced they didn't try to alienate us from each other. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero and that is very often the case of what parents will do particularly in a divorce. 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I'm gonna call and talk you about the youngest of rights that would be the right to life but This time i was just gonna refer to voting rights and there's a some people there's a moving especially one party in politics encouraging younger and younger To the point of saying hey we think you know sixteen year old should be voting and we want to get them registered in high school and and I'm curious as to what your thoughts on. That is my personal thoughts. Are that if we're talking about voting for president is that it is a complete and total waste of anybody's time. That's my personal. But i'll let the other host also pipe in so i think that moving the voting age downward i mean you've got to problems. That are where okay so for one. The reason that we had voting in the first place was so that people who were going to potentially fight and die if we get in a war would hypothetically be able to do something to prevent unnecessary wars now. Obviously that's not what happened. And the reason. I if i were an evil world manipulating person the reason i would want to move the voting age downward is because they're easier to manipulate so i don't care about voting rights. I care about results i would. I mean i would straight up. Utilitarian lee how do how does this demographic votes and their decision i am hesitant to give voting rights to people who are legally property which is what sixteen and seventeen year olds are and they shouldn't be but they that is their legal status because then you now own property that can vote and that's awkward. I would vote for. I would lower the those people still gonna vote counted in the census which was wild but insane. I would lower the age of majority to at least sixteen and allow them to get regular jobs. Open businesses move out if they are in one of these abusive. How houses that were also is that we're talking about. They could just leave. That's got a. I went to the grocery store and got a job. When i was sixteen to pay for my car and my gas ltd jobs that minors can have but you cannot have every job that eighteen year old can have. You can't even work fulltime and a lot of states. you can't work after an hour is a lot of times. you can't work during school. So no they can't they don't really have a right to get illegal right to get a regular job. Well i was just gonna say my take had been I'm completely against the idea of making the voting younger. In fact if i was going to vote yes for anything and i'm talking to all voting basically I i would be making it actually older because in my opinion i believe that you should have life experiences before you start voting on things like taxes and where money should go. You have to have some realization of what those things mean and when you're living under your parents roof or you're living in partying college like i did. You don't have a really a reality on life in general living out in the real world so to speak outside your parents house had of and just paying for bills going to work all the rest that i think everyone should have some degree of that in their backpack backpack before. They're starting to vote on things. So i i would rather be like maybe twenty two of Which everybody said. Wow you're why would you wanna raise it twenty two And i was in the military to get the idea of you know. Hey maybe they should be able to vote. If you can go to war you should vote. But i mean yes. That's argument just just real quick on that So would you also be in favor of raising the draft. Age twenty two. Sure i'd be fine with that. I think that'd be a positive direction movement to make. I think to make it. You know equalised out. That'd be fine but but it just fundamentally think that when you're voting on things like property taxes and those if you don't own property and pay taxes on it it's hard for you to it's easy to just vote for other people to pay for things And i fundamentally think you have sort of skin in the game when you're voting. I also think it should be voting to right but you should have to want to vote. You know so me going to register to vote. I don't see any problem with that. I don't think. I should be automatically registered forced to opt out if i run up about voting. I should go and register to me. Taxes were most annoying. I mean there and they've never been annoying. Most when i was sixteen and seventeen because they were taking this money to do things that i wasn't allowed to access or not that it's then it's not a payment for service gig but that's what they president as and you're not allowed to drive past a certain time and you're not allowed to someone else owns you can tell you not to go to the library or the park. And but they're taking my money and then giving it to whoever that that see. I mean that seemed the most screwed up to me. And then you know when you're sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen hopefully. You don't have kids. You're not getting all these tax deductions but you have incomes. You're being taxed at the highest rate possible. You're probably not married yet. Maybe i'm just weird but that seems to me when you would be the most upset about paying ten years at the lowest income bracket and probably not paying any income taxes. Because you don't make enough to really after the standard deduction you're not really making that much as in the in the lowest income groups you sound like you are educated and can speak fluently. What is a right. Can you define that a right. What is the right. You talk about voting as a right. So what is a right. If voting anything that you should be allowed to do without asking permission from someone else you know things that just in general life liberty and pursuit of happiness you know you have the right to pursue things in your life without government overreach into everything you do is voting right. i'm asking internally here to my co host. I wanted to mention that. I do think this entire conversation is discussing rearranging the furniture on the titanic. Agreed so i mean. Do you have a right to put your suggestions in the box for they are going to threaten people anyway. Maybe do you have a right to tell them how to threaten. People definitely not so my the reason that i said my answer. Which is i. Don't think you know voting. I mean i think voting is a complete waste of time when it comes to presidential voting the larger the group you get. The less. Effective voting is voting might be effective in a group of ten. But when you get to ten thousand or one hundred thousand or millions of people there is no one that is more dumb than all of us trying to make decisions together and we're seeing the results of that. I'm forty eight years old and president after president. After president all of the laws keep growing in number they keep growing in stupidity and none of them ever get repealed when it. When is there enough loss. I don't understand this and voting doesn't seem to help at all i. I agree that it doesn't change the way things work. But i do think it is an effective way of expressing your perspective on. What's going on. So i think that. For example trump protest vote like he was a way of saying especially like when they were voting for him in nomination. He was a way of saying we are dissatisfied with the status. Thanks for the call dave. Now it didn't change anything that he got elected where right where we were anyway but it was an effective way of saying. Hey we don't like the way things go. We are out of time. This has been free talk. Live the sunday night edition. If you missed any of it. Go visit freetalklive dot com and view archives and listen to their thanks piece recruited search and rescue officer. Marshall hunter was resigned to a life of rescuing wayward space fares and derelict satellites. But when a billionaire couple goes missing his own ship is disabled during the rescue with communication satellites suddenly failing and lunar mineral shipments disappearing transit the crew suspects. It's more than a coincidence. And hunter must choose between salvation and sacrifice to save his crewmates man. 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Then i sat down to read it and i said oh my god the editor and we had john acres on this show a few times. This is the last edition basketball times. We already know that. Espn sport magazine is no longer with us. We know sports illustrated is now once a month instead of once a week. I think that's the future of sports. I think it's future of news. Everybody going through the internet and companies like. At and t. Stealing from you so mark. What do you think. I like the feel of the magazine Even if the internet was free. I like the feel of the magazine. I'm very disappointed. Here in los angeles mark knows and already knows the los angeles times only has two days a week sunday and monday where they have. Its own sports section and the other five days. It's in what is called the california's second so mark your thoughts about sport magazine's going by the wayside with you. I like the feel of it to you. Know in now you get it on the internet read it. I understand all that but just to go to the newsstand. Pick it up you know. It's it's an obsolete tradition. Now our source you were into publishing published with your dad. Many a magazine Your comments about twenty twenty one and their future sport. Magazine's i'm bummed out about it to be honest with you. I mean i. I still have you. Don't my litany magazines. I love him tons. Occasionally when you're one hundred and twenty four years old you know something might slip your mind. You can always check on the internet. I gotta tell you the internet it's so intercepting and and there's a lot of things on the internet. That aren't true was someone puts something input and it's on your coffee table or on your desk like a newspaper. You'll have a better feeling of you know the what's really going into the editorial that's my opinion anyway. Art rumors habit that chicago bears. Maybe leaving soldiers soldiers field in chicago to arlington about twenty five thirty miles away and again so many memories get gale sayers got the last years of george halas You've got the brian picolo. You've got the eighty five bears. Your thoughts are as a former. Nfl player maybe losing soldiers field. Well you know i. I actually got to plan soldier field a couple of times in preseason over the years and it was a special place to play football because of what you just talked about tradition. I mean you go back. Even i go back to the bears when they played in wrigley field. Yeah you know. So i mean i look at it from a dollars and cents standpoint and i think the mccaskey's realist position or they see what's happened in los angeles. They see what happened in dallas next on the list. You know to get that money from the nfl for the stadium commission and build themselves. You know beautiful stadium. I personally say they spent three or four hundred million dollars about eight to ten years ago to put the spacecraft on top of repeal is really bizarre what you see it in person. It's a pretty nice stadium and it has great tradition. You know. I just can't argue with the fact that the nfl is always trying to to move up and bring in more revenue and maybe this is a way to get out of the inner city of chicago. Which is pretty scary. Fred mark mancini. Your comments You know two hundred and twenty four is of course art source happens to be only fifty nine so your comments about maybe the history losing the history of all the great things and gale sayers six touchdowns against the forty niners something. I'll never forget it was able to watch it down here in los angeles. What about losing soldier field another historic site in the national football. Funny you say. That weren't a t shirt. Now with three rivers stadium on it. That's another icon but yeah never been in chicago but a lot of history there. It's funny when you when you started wearing these t shirts with the nostalgia behind it. Nice on a guy. A couple years ago warned one that had milwaukee county stadium. Bring back the icons man you know this month. Starting last month in fact on a and they are doing a documentary on the wwf and the superstars of that time period and we're talking rowdy roddy piper ric flair hulk hogan and all the rest. No mark i know down in san diego you were big time into wrestling your thoughts about the great ric flair. Roddy roddy piper. Who is my all time favorite. Talk about the wwf. And i don't know if he called sports thing or not. But i started going. I was like eight. My grandfather would take the olympic auditorium here in southern california but talk about wrestling and and you're part of it Down in san diego. Yeah i'll tell you it was big ud up and down california doing in ring announcer for the xp w and stuff and When you look at wrestling it's been there through the childhood. Didn't even till now. I sit there and watch raw and smackdown and built an empire there man. The only thing that i don't like about wrestling is sometimes markets reform guys and you have a stable alike twenty. You're going to really be able to bring everybody to the forefront but yeah matter of fact earlier Before i did this show today. I was watching a confrontation between ravishing rick. Rude and the honky tom. Yeah r again. I don't know if you call. Wwf sports or not. But i do read the documentaries were two hours in two and a half hours long. I watched him all. They've got more to read. You know i remember john. Tolosa golden greek freddie blassie with that beautiful blonde hair meal monstrous with the mask on you know and and it was just the with those glasses and look like coke bottles. I mean it was. There was an era that was really exciting. And and of course we also had roller derby which i thought was pretty bizarre kid but Bowling for dollars chick hearn. Those were those were on days. And you know i gotta say as a kid when they started slapping the mat you know and always out of a tag team matches. It was great fun you know. I think that was. That was something that. I'll never forget as long as i live. I'll never forget mrs live. Lissouba th Who unfortunately passed away early. married to ric flair and Acted as his manager already. Remember that part of the wwf in the ninety s when shows up and she's actually is the married wife of ric flair and the point. I miss the ninety. Six traveling around the world changed little white golf ball around mark. You remember miss elizabeth. She's married to randy savage the mago randy savage. Excuse me of course to randy savage. You remember yeah. I remember that and you know i. I think back in those days of wrestling with something as he had the confrontation with the ravishing rick. Rude who came out and made it passes on all the women. I remember jake the snake wife and then they had a thing where they were fighting each other and stuff but for yet for when you grew up the great pro wrestler. Cima tino there you go. That's my wife. All time favorite. She grew up. He hasn't always talks about brutal again. Money in those days I got to work with the they. Call them the pittsburgh. Plunge it was shane douglas. He was from pittsburgh. I love it. You know it folks if you're twenty or thirty or forty may not realize this but at some point one point most the time there were different champions in different parts of the country here in los angeles we had ours in new york they had theirs and now of course they're just one or two champions Around the country and in the nineties it was the wwf. Now the wwe and then it was the the ric flair's roddy roddy piper's mr pa. Oh the savages of course clip the very very weird voice. Indeed all right. We'll take a break and we'll come back and play some barron sports trivia and we'd love your emails. We'd love your thoughts folks. What do you think about internet Reading your sports Daily instead of magazines and newspapers. You have any comments about that. Sports fretted dot com sports. Fred at a. l. l. dotcom any thoughts about Our house being released by the angels on thursday of this week I was upset. I don't think he'd do it like that. I don't think he'd bring him into an office and say you're being released. He's all time hall of famer first time hall of famer. Hope the cardinals sign him. I will come back with more on sports overnight. America right after this. This is sports that america attention to anyone. That's written a book a wants to write a book. The process is not that complicated. Take a first step. 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One eight forty eighty six paid for by the law group now more of sports overnight america with fred wallet. Hey folks back to u. s. Four seven nine america with the guys. The world's worst handicapper remark manzini art source former kicker for the rams and the trojans and we liked to embarrass the guys on sports overnight. America with Playing some barons. Sports trivia and lisa barron my cousins back east. We started playing sports trivia. And now we've extended to sports overnight america and you seem guys and gals seemed to enjoy it. So that's go from here in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. This guy came the first southpaw. I left handed pitcher ever to win. Two hundred games without ever a twenty game season in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight and he played for the dodgers at one point not win there in one thousand nine hundred seventy played for the dodgers at one point for a southpaw win. Two hundred games without a twenty game. Season mr marc manzini. Your comments tom. Browning tom browning why would you say tom browning man. It's about time we just you just guessing. Yeah i think it was tom. Brownie right. art source on the awaken or focus factor. Southpaw ever to win. Two hundred games without a twenty game season and one point he he pitched for the dodgers first. Southpaw winter andy penn. It's not a bad guess either. However it's incorrect. Did it for the white sox. I don't know if that helps or hurts. He had like red hair. I think if i remember correctly southpaw red here was he had no through pretty hard again. He played for the dodgers at one point. Jerry rice is the answer. I don't think lewis through. I saw a dodger card. He's a former pirate to all right. Let's talk about pitchers in as talk about another southpaw. Steve carlton one. Four cy. young awards in that same era. How many did a great nolan ryan win fewer than four or more than four art source steve. Carlton had four nolan ryan more than four or fewer than four one. I don't know what your answer i say. The way lesson for way less than four. He played twenty seven years way. Less than four at your answer. I guess it is mark. Manzini steve carlton one. Four nolan ryan fewer than four or more than four. He won more than four one. Six or seven. Why do you say that. Because he was he was unbelievable through their scratches. And yeah with the astros angels. I'm going over on this one brother all right. So if i tell you he'd ever want any would you agree with. Would you be upset. Would you be shocked. Yeah i. I'd be hard to believe. He didn't win any he didn't win any hard. How did you how did you know them no hitters. You're looking at seven headers. Honestly because he's the most underrated pitcher in the history of baseball media for whatever reason whoever gave those awards out Maybe one guy had a career year but for him to pitch as many games and is bending innings and throw the no hitter. See-through in the number with young award is the greatest travesty in major league baseball history. Some rule changes in the last year. Folks i sort of agree with art pay. I think it's almost impossible. He win one. Email us at sports fred at aol dot com sports fratto dot com so had three no hitters so far and the very young twenty twenty one season. How about the first no hitter in toronto. Blue jay history. It wasn't the ninety s rush. No hitter in blue jay. History mark mancini. Who might that be. It should have been four years this year. They took it away from mad bump but gave feed through the toronto blue jays. I believe in seventy federal no guests. Dave steve wright played all right arch source. Dave steve is marks. The answer to our sports part right and part. Wrong is dave st but i think it was in one thousand. Nine hundred ninety. I think i think he came up in your credit on this. What do you guys remember. Dave steve okay. But they're things about him. That were a little bit off base of quirky. Yeah i mean again i remember. I'm doing died. You're talking the late eighties. So i'm talking to you with a lot of dodger players and players and things like that he through with people you. There was no question about that but be he was a kind of pitcher humaid. An air behind him. He'd screaming yeah he'd be. Take it out so okay let me ask you. Art is a former nfl player. You can sort of relate to this. How would you feel if you missed a field goal. And your teammates sorta booming. You're calling you names or things like that. What i'm saying is all happen. Fred blew me off the kickers. You gotta you gotta really have a thank god because you're only two or three less kicked away from some down the road voters okay. So so mark manzini if you're playing behind gave steve. And he's a fine pitcher. He wants sixty percent of his games. I'm just saying let's say you make two or three really good place in centerfield forum and then maybe a bobble something and guy moves up a base and he screams at you in front of people in front of fans and in front of teammates. How would you feel about that mark. Nancy you've got to bite your tongue. And when i looked at. You know two pitchers today. That really are marquee and you know. I'm not a big dodger. Got the clayton. Kershaw has a classic but the other guys just right there. What's jacob to craw anybody who's gonna complain and say hey guys come on man. It's to be jacob degrom. He doesn't get no run support. He should have won three cy youngs in a row. Folks were playing board. Barron sports trivia. Right here on sports america. Do you have any questions or comments. Email us it Sports frederick dot com sports fred at a. o. dot com. There are three holidays playing in the national basketball association. They're justin there's aaron there's drew art. Where do they go to school. I'm gonna have to say. Ucla crab you're saying to ucla offering different colleges saying there's justin there's error so arts answers. Everybody went to ucla mark. You have any thoughts about Justin erin andrews halladay playing now in the nba where they may have matriculated. College wise. don't have no thoughts and just in an errand. But i'll tell you one thing drew's gonna lead the bucks to the nba. Title through went to ucla erin. Went to ucla. Justin went to washington. Saw not to give you x. for that So are you on focus factor. Are you on awakened tonight here. On june of awaken rights got a call from. At and t. and they wanna sports overnight america. i wouldn't take them they're crooks they're beyond belief. My wife and i on thursday spent two and a half hours and the manager at the local store was very nice. He was having the same problems. I was having trying to get the right department. You can't ever get to the right department at. At and t. Folks going any other direction again if you have direct tv remember. That direct tv for twenty years was not owned by. At and t. And you had many more sports channels many more. They've taken away four or five of the sports that you're paying extra for taking your trivia right. No not okay. Why they're going to get this one you. I the almost manager in major league baseball history. I mean way back when all time. Who was it you scandal. Wasn't casey couldn't have in case you maybe could have been. I don't think so. I think it's the old guy the twenties stadium named after mercer. Connie mack stadium. Go baby all right. Who was second trader jack mckeon. How old is trying to listen. All seventy eight seventy five. We're gonna talk. We're going to go to a bubble ball in bengal over and they were going to come back to you guys and talking about a manager and i like tony larussa. But he has to know the rules and first of all ever came up with these rules. Insane rob manfred. You're out of your mind. And i hate the extra inning rule but Tony larussa has shown ready. He doesn't even know the rules as they are now played in major league baseball so we will come back with that. You can email us at sports. For editor dot com sports. Fred at aol dot com. And i'd love your comments about again. Something that really bugs me. I love reading magazines. I love them in my hands. My wife will vouch for the fact. That our garages. Totally full of sports magazines political magazines. We can't have a second car because we wouldn't fit in the garage. Your thoughts about going to the internet and letting like companies like. At and t. Steal from you. We'll come back with more on sports overnight america right after this. 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If you owe the irs five thousand or more in back taxes call now for a free consultation call. Eight hundred seven three two nine six three five eight hundred seven three two nine six three five eight hundred seven three two nine six three five. That's eight hundred seven three to ninety six thirty five. Everybody welcome back to sports overnight. America you can email us at sports fred at. Aol dot com sports. Fred at a. o. L. dot com so as Franklin roosevelt said december seventh nineteen forty one was a day of infamy for this world. Certainly for this country march eleven twenty twenty a day of infamy i believe for the nba in the world of sports and then deliver author and the guy for the washington post who follows the nba about closely as anybody who's written bubble ball abrahams press new york and get an amazon dot com. It's a book definitely worth reading and Ben welcome to the show. I'll it's my pleasure. I couldn't agree more. I mean march. Eleventh is pretty much the beginning of the timeline of the book. It was a day where my life got turned upside down. I know a lot of people's lives turned upside down with their bare positive tests and the nba suspending play and you. This book covers from march eleventh right up until the lakers championship celebration. In the bubble. You know what eight months later about the day before. Maybe two days before go bear was having a good time with the media way just heard about the pandemic although Trump tried to certainly eliminate the scary parts of it. But anyways go bear. Some fun touching microphones and doing that when he was up on the podium and then ironically day or two later that night he tested positive and as you said the whole world change upside down so you certainly had enough time to write this book because you had that four month period when they weren't playing in that obviously gave you the inspiration for the book but had to also be so deep had to be depressing. I think in my opinion. Ben take it from there. What was it very challenging when the league shutdown. I actually do decide to to write the book. Until i got to the bubble after i was there for a couple of weeks and there was so much excitement from basketball fans. Once the bubble started that. I think that was You everybody had just been sort of waiting and waiting and waiting for sports to come back. And so that was really the impetus for the book. Now in terms of rudy bears positive tennessee. You're right. I mean he was kinda face. He was Patient zero kind of public enemy number one during the pandemic. everybody waived him for being so careless and For not really minding his ps and qs in the run-up to his positive tests. I will point out. I interviewed him for the book. Once we got to the bubble. And i'll tell you what he learned his lesson. I mean when. I watched him eat lunch. And he used the disinfecting wipes wipe down the chair very carefully. Wipe down its silverware. Afterwards and everything i mean. He was a completely changed man. He had quite the battle with that disease And it was a comeback story for him to get back on the court and you look at utah this year. Best record in the league number one seed in the west and it's been a real turnaround for both him personally and for the The country at large but I was in the bubble for ninety three days. Maybe two nights it was a very challenging experience. One of the toughest things i've ever done. I would just vouch for what the player said in terms of how difficult it was. I put on weight You know i. I was not sleeping very well. I think my anxiety was up. I was feeling isolated. Provide family three thousand miles away. I mean it was. It was a lot of big brother stuff. You know surveillance You know law enforcement all over the place all these tracking devices that kind of followed our movements and and made sure that we stayed apart and socially distance from each other. There was a law that went into that bubble experience and thankfully it kept everybody safe. You know now. A single person tested positive and they succeeded in crowning the champion. However the other side of that is some of the players didn't take all that seriously obviously They were found outside the bubble. And things like that so you wonder sometimes do they ever learn well. That was a real test for the nba. Right you knew the players were going to be getting a little stir crazy in their own. How closely would they follow the rules. And if you're the decision makers are you prepared to punish people who break the rules. And in this case they did. Look you've got thrown back into your hotel room for seven to ten day quarantine period if you broke any of the rules so if you tried to pick up a post delivery like one guy did go back to your hotel room if you try to go to a gentlemen's club like lou williams did when he was on a family trip for a funeral when he got kicked back into his isolation as well and we saw that a number of times. You know daniel house for the houston. Rockets tried to have an unauthorized visitor female acquaintance in his hotel room. I was completely against the rules. He wound up getting kicked out of the bubble entirely and he left so The mba took these seriously. I can't stress that enough. I mean there was dizzy security. Nba security local police law enforcement video surveillance all over the place. I actually wore device around my neck. That would be like a smoke detector. If i got too close to other people they want us to stay spread out and of course we had electric bracelets that tracked our movements in out of hotel rooms and gyms and and things like that all around campus so the nba was not messing around and for the rule. Breakers you know they. They got in trouble. They got plenty. There's no question our guest ben. Gulliver the book bubble ball inside the nba's fight to save a season right here. On sports overnight. America you can pick it up at abrahams press in new york amazon dot com host lou of hardcore bookstores. If there were many many Still when existence in the united states of america knowing the middle of the bubble ball we had the blake shooting in the state of wisconsin discussed that and and what it meant and black lives matter and take it from there. Well that was the most I think important moment of the entire experienced milwaukee bucks with the protests essentially a striker a boycott shutting down the entire experience for three days. It really caught everybody. By surprise i was at that game. I was one of three reports to show up before tip off. And i sat down and i looked up in a long wait a minute. There's only one team here. Where are the milwaukee bucks and. We started kind of going on reconnaissance mission looking around the arena. Can refined these guys. Did they already lead. They just not show up and it was clear that it was impromptu protest. The players just weren't comfortable playing You know falling down shooting in kenosha that you mentioned so it was a good old fashioned stakeout. We were outside that locker for about three or four hours waiting for them to come out and deliver their speech and it became the center of the political universe. I mean obviously. It was a political election year. Not presidential and you know you've got people weighing on everybody weighing in from to trump. jared. Kushner i mean. Everybody wanted to get in on You know this discussion. Barack obama joe biden. You know really the center of the world detention and ultimately i. I'm not sure it's going to be remembered quite like that. Nineteen sixty eight protests. You know with the the the fist raised during the. But it's gonna be right up there. In the history books in terms of the most important athlete protests. I believe in. So i walk through that kind of almost minute by minute very very close detail so you guys know what it was like As it happened as unfolded and how the nba had to respond to it. Benny mentioned jared kushner and wasn't gonna bring this up but now i will born into crooked money married into more crooked money. And he's making comments about these. Athletes should know better and they should take advantage of the fact that they're making money and not really worry about the shootings that we have around this country. I mean it. Made me nauseous when i heard kushner say that you wrote about in the book. I didn't make you feel well. You know as a reporter. You have to keep as unbiased and detached possible right. I'll just say that my heart went to these players. They were in an incredibly stressful situation trying to play playoff games where their reputations are at stake and there's a lot of stuff going on off the court that they wanted to be involved with that they wanted to go protests out and they were stuck in this bubble environment and there's a number of players including kyrie irving who said from the start. I don't even want to go down there because you know we're here protesting the george floyd killing by police and we want to be active in the streets and and protesting that. And so you could just tell. These guys were really disturbed and really in pain and not only about the jacob. Blake shooting by the way. But also the briana taylor They didn't they didn't they. Didn't charge police officers situation for her that there was some really tough intense moments of for those players. Just kind of on a human basis human-to-human knowing the kinds of sacrifices they were making to be down in the bubble away from their family away from their home comforts of being millionaires. Living simple hotel rooms like anybody You know to me. I thought those comments were probably a little off base. I mean i. They weren't necessarily the most empathetic. I was talking to ben gulliver author of bubble ball inside the nba's fight to save season com and abrahams. Press out of new york. What about the owners. You got more cuban certainly on one side. But based on what. I've read in certainly in your book. I mean many of the owners were on the other side as far as the The bucks doing what they were doing as far as black lives matter and things like this so maybe discuss mark cuban versus some of the other owners. Why would you say it was a really sensitive situation right because ultimately like there's billions of dollars at stake like the could not afford to have the bubble bursts great. Everybody just went home. They had spent two hundred million dollars to build out bubble. They're going to be missing out on almost a billion of television revenue if they can't finish off the playoffs and the finals right so i think really what happened was it was a pragmatic solution. The owners put aside whatever political leading opinions. They might have had and they talked face to face with the players in very quick order Michael jordan helped broker those conversations. Barack obama was actually giving advice to the players during this time period and it was really more of a compromise and a solution oriented approach rather than some sort of a political battle. And i think that just tells you. I mean alternately money is makes the world go round and money's what made the bubble work right. I mean they they really have to preserve protect this thing and so the owners actually gave the players a lot of leeway during the bubble to protest right so you saw the kneeling protests before the game. you saw the t shirt slogans these jersey slogans as well you saw signs of the you people vote and i think that they sort of said look we we understand. We're asking a lot of the players. We're going to meet them halfway on these issues and allow them to express their opinions now. If you fast forward to this season is much more business like usual right. All the teams are back in their home arena. Pretty much everybody has been standing for the national anthem before the game on. You're not seeing the same jersey slogans and you know business kind of picked up you know in a normal situation so that's just one more reason. Why this bubble is going to be remembered as a once in a lifetime experience for myself but also for the players who are playing there. I mean it was very different in. Look and feel from your typical. Mba experience Talking about on the court experience it seemed to me that you're sort of like an nba all star game. Nobody was playing defense. And i think it's gone over to twenty twenty one. Your thoughts ben gollar. Well i would actually say. The quality of play in the bubble to me was higher than. It's been this season for a couple of reasons. First of all it was the play offs and got. Try harder right of all. There was no no injured players. There were no guys who were in the lineup with contact tracing positive tests or any of that stuff. And that's been a real problem for this season. I think the quality of play in the effort level. You're talking about defense has been particularly noticeable this year. Because there's just so many guys in and out of the lineup and You know it's been a really condenser where it's hard to play art every single night when they're sweet so many games that you are short period of time and you had such an off a short off season to prepare so To me i actually think I went into the bubble expecting really ugly really choppy basketball after four months off and i was actually pleasantly surprised. Mean sitting courtside for all those games. There was a lot of scoring. There's no question. You're right about that. But i actually thought it was pretty high pretty intense basketball especially considering there was no crowd. I mean these guys were really going after it and we saw some great performances from stars. Right i mean lebron. Anthony davis jimmy butler. Jason tatum Nikolay yokich jamal murray. I mean a lot of those guys are really stepped up big at the playoffs and i actually found it to be one of the most compelling options i've ever covered i'm gonna put you on the spot and gulliver in her last minute or so I think ten teams in each conference making the playoffs to too many. What are your thoughts. Well it sounds like you're a traditionalist. I would agree with you. In general i venit traditionalist. But i'm starting to to buy into this plan concept a little bit just because this last month of the season has been a little bit more compelling that it might have been if they didn't have it you know like the golden state warriors for example. If there's only eight play in a playoff team. They just plugged their season. And decide to shutdown steph curry. They don't really try too hard. They got this plane to go for. We just an amazing month of basketball from steph down the stretch So i think that. I've been converted over slightly i think ultimately the nba. Against gonna come back some money. And according to one of the league executives told me recently tv ratings were up twenty five percent from march to april in large part because of the play success in the golden state warriors being so popular and and steph curry playing so well that tells me this ideas probably here to stay so i think traditional like us. We're going have to start to get a little bit more flexible in our thinking i think is one in thirty seconds. I i've got to put you on the spot again. You got westbrook. You got lillard. You got curry you got you. Got one choice ben gulliver. Who's your pick. I'm still taking curry. I'm a very different player. I admire the range from him. The unbelievable shooting ability. And i think he's been surrounded by a really short handed. Cast this year but not a lot of talent if you gave him an average mba rosser. They'd be waiting a lot more games than the golden state warriors. Take him. I then probably You know probably launched then lillard followed by westbrook. Wow i'm a bruin guy. Four for westbrook. That's okay it's okay bo. Bo's the book written by ben. Gulliver ben stay. Well stay healthy. Were a mask and we shall talk again. sounds great. Thank you very much ben. Gulliver with us on sports overnight. America you love. Your dog is something bothering him or her. And you can't figure out what it is. Maybe they seem slow or lethargic and maybe they just don't have energy wouldn't you like your dog to be leading their very best life. Pedroia offers a money back guarantee on all of its products. If your dog won't eat it or you don't see the results you want. Just let us know. And we'll make it right totally risk-free what are you have to lose. You can't buy peg joy multivitamins in a store. 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Any comments about a manager doesn't know the rules the new late ridiculous tenth inning roles. But he's got to know the role of done he. He might need a weekend and sponsor it to you. Look at tony Yeah you gotta learn the rules. You got to study at ease. Old school turned around to organizations in saint louis in oakland as doing a good job with the white sox you gotta give them credit art Art if you're a player for him and as mark says they started the season find. There's no question. But if you're a player for him and you figure out that your manager doesn't know rural and and folks comp sorta complicated. But i guess it's really not the last out of the inning before you start at second base in the extra innings and if it happens to be a pitcher then you can go back to. They hit before him. And tony didn't know that at hendrix was on second base and then he goes to third as he doesn't score and he goes out and pitches the next inning and gives up the winning run and the question is if he wasn't on base would have given up the winning run. Art what do you think about. A manager doesn't know the rules to wonder who is dead coaches to very quickly art and then mark fifteen seconds of peace who wins the nba championship in the end. The odds To various super books are very very interesting finishing get somewhere between fourteen and eighteen to one depending on the book one one team. Who do you like all right. Mark likes milwaukee. To i think right more i like the bucks all right to come back with a whole lot more on sports overnight. America stay tuned all night long back with more where the rubber always meets the road. Actually i'm not even sure what that means. Speed radio network life at heart. News feeds dot com. 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It's not related to putin and any of these other people in all but but the point is is that They send you guys are sending me requests for autographs and stuff. He's some black to do. But here's what you have to make sure you. Do you know when you send an envelope. You gotta put right here in that empty space holding up a little higher so he can get on camera there you go. What is it You've got you've got a you've got stamps and stuff on it but Sometimes you put you put requests for for For a an autograph and you you leave the envelope blank. There's no way. I have to go down to the post office. Someone here at c. r. n. has to go down to the postal personally drove will no. Well i go. Frederick does yeah ok. Salt and ghosts right. Sultan is there. I got two separate mailboxes. Went for salt and one for federal okay but I would request that. You send self addressed stamp envelopes already to go so i can sign it lick it. Put it in the mail and you get your request otherwise. I don't know how your we're going to battle. This was just No No envelopes with no postage on it. Yeah postage self addressed stamped envelope so he can thank you very much by the way for for for wanting you know. It's interesting as life goes on. And i know a lot of people who don't get requests for male and story. You're looking right here. You can hold stuff you got this week. Was this posted today. Received a posted has to start my hand. Fumbles green look at that. It's like it's an amazing. It's a magic posted. I can blot my mouth. I won't talk. And then i can go ahead and talk again anyway. This is a phone number for dr luiz rivera. So it's all. I got was a phone call species. That's it one posted since we've been doing the show walk it's terrible. It's really good so anyway. I'm glad you're is very important to address wish to ramble on about it but I keep getting these stuff and i. I don't want it sitting here staring at me. I wanted to get signed so help me get it signed. Thanks okay now. We're pam centers and let's lead off with some fan mail here because you can always email fred at Fred dryer at c. r. n. talk dot com f. r. e. d. fred dryer d. r. y. e. r. at crn like in the competition radio network. See our talk dot com and He gets the fan meals. And so pam said this is known. It's a sad note. This guy doesn't live too far from me in southern didn't live too far for me. Said very pam says very sorry to hear about the passing of years. Actor musician johnny crawford last week at the age of seventy five. I didn't know he had passed away. Mr totally yup johnny. I've known johnny since probably nineteen seventy. Two terrific guy is actor musician. Not a lot of people knew. I can't say that maybe but not a lot of people knew that he was a terrific musician. You was right. And it had loved the roaring twenties big spider beck et cetera et cetera. And of course we all know is a lucas yeah mccain. I know that from the old rifleman series right Opposite chuck connors in that series. Yeah it's it's it's tough trying to capsulize someone's career but you talk about the person and there was nobody better than johnny who was very loved very respected and he's just gonna be missed terribly and We love him and let us family. Yeah we really do enda. He was a longtime friend over. Forty years and you love the songs to cindy's birthday remember. That was one of the big tunes that he had there. So condolences from pam start mccain mark mccain lucas mark lucas and mark. There you go and there's we have a picture here if you're on the video feed will posted at our website at cr talk dot com or actually here on the sports lounge. I'm sorry with their site is and there's a picture there of johnny crawford in his younger days as he was on the rifleman series. Mark mckay young mark mark. And there's a picture of him as The great musician an older later in his life he was right around the corner on off of la tuna canyon. I believe yeah. It's a nice area up there and he cycling california folks for you. People who are interested in the topography of southern california. Good stuff over there all right so sad note but we have to play tribute to good friend there and thank you pam forgetting that into us now. Nikki is sent something into said. Alfred dryer k. Makes you answer. Hope you're doing well and she says thank you for putting on your show on cr end digital talk. I enjoy watching it your commentaries entertaining to listen to. I try to catch show. And i can have been watching. Hunter episodes on amazon prime great show. I also recently came across your story that you shared on the show. Celebrity ghost stories was very chilling and intriguing. Thank you for sharing your experience. We couldn't get you to tell that story. Because i think i remember a little bit. It's it's very complicated. It takes it literally takes about a half hour to show when you talk about really. Yeah can you kind of paraphrase it force. Well it's it's you know a not really otherwise you're just joining on. It's kind of boring unless you really get it right. You know but the the hold iowa the one i'm thinking of is you and your daughter. Were involved in this. All yes we. We were back in connecticut. We took her to school to look at to see if she'd like to go that high school and once we once we got there. We realized that the swimming pool that they showed us was haunted and I saw things that that i thought. Only i saw and then i got back to the or bed and breakfast where we were staying in washington connecticut and I mentioned a couple of things in my daughter and she broke out a sweat. She saw exactly the same thing as i saw exactly. She described him to me. And you're with a group group. Didn't see it but you when you looked in the room saw things and she saw the same stuff you saw. Well i don't know and i don't. I don't know if the if the other parents and students who were with us in the tour saw anything like that but the thing to really captain office the next morning we got up to go get breakfast and get our pack our bags and checkout hop in the car and take off back to boston The The crazy thing was before i left. The headmaster's office. I said oh by the way somebody mentioned when we were taking a tour of the the pool area over there that there had been like a tragedy over there and he says oh. Yes that that that that happened a long time ago in the twenties. Wow and i said well what happened there. And he said well. There was a couple of drownings there and Which is one of the things. That i saw and so i didn't tell him about that but as again you know it's you have to be there as a strange thing dad. She didn't go to that. School did she. You didn't not because of that. That was a good school because of that. But because wow drownings happen there you guys happened to see things in the water and stuff we have to. Have you tell that whole story. Maybe kate on the show sometimes well she could do a good job of the too because When i told her that we had a lot of fun with it. We just couldn't believe he couldn't believe it was happening as they say. And you told that on those stories on television told that on ghost overnight. I mentioned that to the producer of the show. Who was out here in time. I met him matter epitaph nurse and she just said i want you to tell the story your story on tv straight ahead. We'll have more most of us like to be out in the sun. That's my sunscreen. And other safety measures are key to protect your skin from aging and cancer. 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Maybe we should do a spin off series of you and your daughter. Kate doing ghost stories. That's a scary one there when you tell that whole story about your daughter going to check out schools for educational purposes and then going into this room whether as a pool and he could feel the chill and you saw things that other people didn't see and it's pretty amazing. This was a gigantic who swimming pool and it was inside had bleachers around one one quadrant of the pool itself and there were some real eerie things when i went in there and i i To be honest with you. When i started seeing the stuff it was confusing And so i went outside to clear my head a little bit. You stepped away. I stepped outside into the sun. Came back and saw more of it. Yeah it was still there on. Oh it was there and it was so it. Was you know the kids that were in the pool from the twenty s. Yeah you could fits in in in their one piece. Black bathing suits from the era unbelievable. What kind of shift out when we get back into things now baseball news just maybe a scary. Maybe not quite. Here's the. I'm watching a toronto blue. Jay blue jays game really on the season. I look wait a second. What happened to their stadium and they have like a hotel and everything where you could see the women and the guy's going at it in the rooms there one year and all that stuff. This look like an old run rundown place and hit come to find out. They've been playing their games in florida. They're kind of vagabond team. The toronto blue jays because canada won't allow him to play. They're they're afraid to canadian. Government has restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic. You think we've got some weird government officials and let's face it. They're pretty strange there in the white house communist socialists at the very least condo book in canada. They're not even letting the blue jays play in their own stadium so They were playing In in florida and now they've left us sale field in In florida and they've gone to Buffalo new york and they're gonna be playing their games there and that's the home of the buffalo bisons so i saw and that's a pretty good feel i guess so. the The the boots as last year plate at salem field and played in in florida now they're up at the you know with the buffalo bisons. Here's the thing minor league baseball and by the way there's a related story here. Minor league baseball did not play at all last year for a dryer because there was canceled out and now they started to play this year and their opponents in pretty good crowds here if i can find the story. My gosh this is like a dossier of stuff. You're they have drawn. A hundred and three thousand four hundred and eighty three fans will maybe is not that great for forty seven games but still They've got the fans back in the park. They try to bring fans with some very big deal. Promotions that's what's great about the minor leagues and here's the toronto blue jays. Playing their games here at the buffalo bisons parks. So i understand. They do a lot of things with buffalo. You know i it's barnstorming. It's a whole lot of america out there. That doesn't have professional sports from a standpoint of you know your major. You made your car of baseball football basketball hockey. And whatever a lot lot at a lot of towns out there have Homespun baseball and this is one of them. So they also have. They also have buffalo. This is the buffalo bisons and some of their promotions actually involve real life buffalo. And and. so there's just like to to really like to decide close game if you holiday today buffalo wrestle celebrities in there that wrestling with the buffalo buffalo you jump off the buffalo onto another buffalo and try to bring it down and if you can do that in faster than your phone then you guys somebody should take it and i'm just wondering there must be some conflicts there because minor league baseball's going on so the buffalo bisons baseball team and say that i quickly buffalo bisons baseball. That's why they keep changing their announcers. Dark your welcome to the buffalo bisons by ball drunk by the third inning blast. I blast brings you buffalo bisons baseball. What are you know. I talked to you last this remember. I know at this dodger game. I i got the impression i talked to nobody to and i hung up But a one shot. I i not know i did not know see right now. I miss my rim shot. what happened. keep this studio. He moved into a new for today. Show what was i saying. Probably nothing important a second. There's your shots as go ahead so go ahead. You were talking about talking last night. You were talking to me. Yeah and you said well. Gee what it's gonna it's three. It's three two three in the seventh inning. Losing an and they tied at they tied to the point. Was that the at the end of seven innings. I said what's the difference in seven innings. He said well You're you're gonna have to only play seven innings if you're a double header and that's true but what i didn't know is Here's the extra innings so they played nine innings yesterday in chicago the other day a play nine innings and They They got beat Five three i think three games. They play a doubleheader now. In major league baseball. I tanya that when they play a doubleheader. It's only seven innings. And so fred thought that because the game was tied three two three. It'd be a tie at the end. The game was i surprise after i hung up with you to see them go into extra innings in a seven inning game. They played the eighth and they started like they do extra innings regular game in the tenth. They put a runner on second base. And then try to bring. They don't understand major league baseball at all. I really don't confusing. They have really. The leadership is is not their major league baseball all star game out of atlanta with all those people ready to go and so many things to discuss if he really wanted to devote an hour of the show yes to griping about a major league baseball team full pau is terrible and goes back to stealing signs and houston and punishing the owner of the team and then and then the dodger players not caring about it. Yeah well some dead. Some spoke a lot of it. They were told not to talk about. Don't say about. Hey you got the cheater. They were cheating. You had talk about it for the. I'm still talk about. I'm not clear those astros were cheaters. How can you make a living as a professional athlete and allow the league to cheat. You and your teammates hold on saying they were getting a message from the houston. Astros koerbel said. Sos side out. sid. So here's the deal last the this week's game here the doubleheader with the dodgers his to seventy games clayton kershaw. I'm thinking they lost the first game seven to one. This was one of the. This was the first game of a doubleheader ended clayton was in chicago pulled. After only throwing thirty nine pitches which is a lot of pitches in the first thing he was in the first thing through thirty nine pitches gave up. What four runs or something short. His career start was ending in a third which came on also may fourth in two twenty ten. This was under an inning. He was pulled out in the first inning. The doubleheader dave roberts guy pulled him out he gave up four hits and two walks while striking out too so he had some strike as but he was just clayton to get. This guy is a pro but he said quantum. It's embarrassing no excuses. I was horrible. I put our team in a really bad spot. Chalk it up to a really bad start and get ready for the next one. That's the second time by the way that kershaw in his three hundred and sixty one career starts allowed four runs in the first inning. So well i'm gonna make a. That's that's one thing because he'll he'll remedy that we're not worried about that But here's what i i noticed yesterday. Yes as long as he stays in the dugout sulking and pouty with his head down shaking his head and the cameras gonna stay on. of course. he's gotta stop that. I mean i mean anybody who she of course you don't you don't want people seeing you like that you gotta get in. Take put the towel. grabbed a child. Go into the into the Into the runway down and up into the locker room. And do what you're going to do there and then a half inning later you can come back out and join the team looking like Euro teammate out of soda hotdog or whatever it is you might not true but you can't you cannot go and so confront of empowered and have the manager put his arm around you. You can't do that. Especially i think he knows better than the. I knows that he said a little. More sustainable have continued to to go and try to be better. He says but when you're that bad you really can't stand up for yourself too much so there you had it. He want to stay in but And he's had a couple of these tough games this year and he's also had some incredible games that he's brought the team back from losing streak or whatever so he hasn't the team. The team has not lost That was the seventh time. They've lost in nine games well. They announced out thirteen. There you go. That's pretty bad for the defending world champions so Kershaw said everything was bad. I'm not going to try and analyze it too much. If everything was pitching isn't their problems starting pitching and bullpen. Pitching has been excellent. What's bad is the people that they brought up from oklahoma and aaa to fill in for kiki hernandez who's been traded to the red sox sir and and also right there in chicago. Jock peterson. Those guys the people there that the dodgers let go and brought in are not doing the job for them and so They put one of those guys down. matt Beatty went down and came back and he was pitched hidden pretty well. It's guys need to be shoved around little bit order. They need at bats hitting coaches on the dodgers. You know well. Some of them are just staring at their world. Series rings beautiful. I what they break. Come back with more. Fred dryer with the in the sports lounge. I'm michael horn. Thanks so much for joining us. 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Truly michael of the one and only all pro defensive. End the acting. Legend mr fred dryer but to have you all with us. Don't forget you can email fred fred dryer at cr talk dot com fred dryer at cr and talk dot com follow him on facebook facebook dot com forward slash. Surreal fred dryer and. Check them out on twitter. Fred f. r. e. d. underscore dryer d. r. y. e. r. and. Get some stuff going. Fred's got some interesting news to tell you about. He's going to be doing a special. You got a special event coming up We should tell everybody where you're going to be sort of one on one with an audience where people can just especially alive Interview event with with the audience live interview event with the audience. And anybody. that wants to grab tickets. We're gonna probably could tell them where they can do that. But but it's gonna be on. This may twenty seventh At six o'clock pacific time live and evening with yours truly and we're going to talk about anything and everything life in general sports anything. It's in my background. What my opinions might be about. What the hell's happening with our country xactly now we pre-take racial earlier for those of you. That in this stuff. We did it a little earlier in the day because of a little conflict i have to attend a funeral today for the wonderful barry. Farber that great dare talk show hosts that passed away here A little over a month or two ago and We're gonna pay tribute to him so we'll be doing that. But this event. That fred's talking about if fred will be with you one on one where you can call in your questions and ask them to fred. And we'll talk about them and then after the show this going to be like a backstage event where you can literally you'll see a very. This is very important. I'm glad you're mentioned. You can literally go one on one with fred. that's like a zoom call. It's gonna be setup said you get locked in and you watch the event and then you can go and get a pass to the backstage area when you do. You can be there with fred and personally do an interview talk one on one back and forth ask some questions and you guys can have a little back and forth together and i believe a pictures taken of you guys together on that on your video screens or whatever and you just amazing to me. But it's going to be amazing so we'll be telling you more about that. That's coming up with the twenty seven th right at twenty seventh at six. Pm pacific time eastern on the twenty seventh of may. Yeah and and it's It's i'm looking forward to it because it's it's you could say it's the cutting edge of of The technology we all deal with today and by the way those of you like to watch hunter. Because you know i got the outstanding football career but equally as important and larry elder and other great talk show host number larry fred. He was like john dropping. Was you know. He's the most amazing thing he says. You are amazing. Because and i'll i'll don't wanna bear she here fred. But you've had two incredible careers that are tough to do. You've been a sports professional. The all pro defensive in for the new york giants and the rams and he had a little breath of fresh air there on the patriots and then he also had your acting career. Doing things like hunter and lands end and Agent accent crisis in all those different things. So you've had to challenging careers and those are gonna be a lot of questions to talk about so our tip of the hat to you thank you. Do you have a star on the walk of fame. See we won't be but just a second i. I always qualify it by saying so that you either do you. Don't but it you know that that they'll ask you johnny grant who time In nineteen ninety. Three asked me if i wanted to have my star on the on the sidewalk and i just said well you know i. I don't know. I your shot no i. It's just. I tried to put it with into into perspective. I've tried to figure out how it will project out. you know. it's just a good thing. I want to have happen. If it's not is is it Do i feel strongly about it. Because there's a lot of people on the sidewalk do and i know many of those people who are on the sidewalk there. Well they put on the on the on the star the walk of fame. It's a star and they have your name and then there's one person who is five tool player only one on the hollywood walk of fame. 'cause if you're like in tv there's a little tv set in there but you can have like a tv set. You could have a the film the movie camera going. You can have radio. you can have music. You can have stage if you're a stage actor. Do you know who that person is. I don't have any kind of a wild guess. That michael jackson. You probably knew this guy. I would think and he was my dad's favorite of all time actors. Not that you weren't in there. But this john wayne was it. You're getting kind of close pilgrim gene. Autry oh gene autry tv radio radio show stage film and music with all of his. You know rudolph the red nosed reindeer. So i was thinking about this. You have the new category sports which doesn't really count in this thing. But you got the sports thing you got the film you got the tv. You got the radio if we can get you to cut a song that you've been on stage avalanche done. Some stage plays. I've tapped danced At some point in time in my life. I'm sure this film could baby rival if we can cut a couple of You know acetates here with you singing. Then definitely we get your right next to gene. Autry thing because you'd have tv radio film stage because of your tap dancing and makes you got those shoes there and then singing. Yeah no. I don't disagree. I may have to reconsider and football. I made do. I may have to reconsider. So my point was. Is that johnny system. E says i'm gonna come over and talk to you as we had an awesome heading office over at paramount studios tat time and he came over here and it was johnny grant city the mayor of hollywood sitting in or is it. What are you doing over here. He's trying to get you to say yes and We'll put your name there. You should come on over a bio lunch and then we'll take a walk around. See all the spaces that are available. When did you do it. I said i said thanks but no thanks. Wow so how would i'm going to do now is Is going gonna get out to the chisel. Let's do our own for you. I mean you and great robert conrad who was also at this network. Robert was more impressed that he had a star that he didn't have to pay for. Because you got to pay a lot of money for you gotta call costs twenty five grand so because i helped art lebow get one and it cost. I think around seventeen eighteen thou- so usually what happens every well. You know it's amazing. Somebody gets a star on the walk of fame when they're movie comes out or whatever 'cause they have a movie they want to promote the movie. They have a star ceremony. Yeah but we have a lot of our good friends. Like bob miller vin. Scully's some of these guys have the voice of the kings. Where's the dodgers there. And it's amazing. And i think you should have a star in the hot walk. I really do. I'm serious about this fans should right in and let me know what you think none. You just go over to the chamber of commerce and see if the mayor's who's the mayor now. I don't know that we're going to get football on there because as we all know you're on that campaign for football lives matter and i think we can go ahead make us know. Football lives matter and we can get that as one of the categories nfl. Yes donna says. I enjoy watching your tv series. Hunter thank you. And here's the thing on that. I told you was on peacock. I told you is on to be and we just had another caller here saying that i think it was nikki. Said she watches it on amazon. You probably have one of the series we're talking about one hundred series that's running on more of these platforms platforms than anybody platform. King saul to assault as scary starting to think like you'd actually. I'll beat in a hamburger over the ramp. Oh wow like that. Oh yes really. Good now Also cal cal said. It's been a long time. I'm about halfway through season. Seven talking about hunter is a definitely an email. You could actually tell. The show changed in season five but season six head highlights with marquis pinter and robert newman. Episodes t. What's he talking about here is it was her change. Sort of in the in season five and also in seasons on season six Actually after season six was oil stephanie's last year she she left the show right so season seven. We came back with another actress in her place. A couple of actresses and it didn't work out. The chemistry wasn't right and it seems forced. And i felt i felt bad. The actresses the came in you know they really wanted to do well and they did a good job but it just it didn't work didn't as they say photograph so We we're gonna come back with a revamped hunter of franchise on the eighth season but brandon tartikoff left the network went to paramount studios and then asked me to come over there and do tv over him over development. Yeah what'd you do. Well i mean i. I a wound up developing lands and over. So you did but good thing was if any idea that you get in you flower out you know you you have to realize it belongs to paramount. So i didn't say anything developed it and worked on it and didn't tell anybody so that show why you said to yourself why syndicate little devil. You look some tips of the trade. You're learning this stuff right here on the sports lounge fred dryer anyways. Thank you cal. Cal cal cal. Cal i believe is the name. Bruce says a demonstra dryer. I love you and hunter. I was wondering if you like an idea For a to make a movie with you playing you like hunter but being a private eye that bends the rules a little like you did. He said we lost many of our actors doing that. I don't know what he means. But the idea you've lost because there there's a bad idea that the deal we let you see hunter because you were such a rotten actor. Okay so there. We have that any way. You can email fred. Fred dryer at cr. Talk dot com. Fred dryer sierra talk dot com. Don't forget we're here every week at this time on this radio station on sirius. Xm channel to seventeen zero three annex. Sam nine sixty seven online. He can check in tune it out and sports byline radio and crn digital talkradio. Check it all out and listen to us wherever you can't so and email them cal l. I sure appreciate your interest and your good wishes i appreciate. Yeah if we can. I don't know if we have time in this segment here is almost through here this time but if we get your comment breadth fav you know i say five you say five ross. Brett is talking. He's not optimistic about aaron rodgers. Coming back to play for green bay. I would like to see aaron coming back for green bay but why is you just. Because he's been there. And i'm a fan. You know some cheese yet. Because i got the cheese head and all that but anyway. Apparently there's a little bad blood there with the management of the team so brett farve hopes that aaron can come back and win a another super bowl with green bay. But he's not optimistic he was on. Espn radio show. And he said give him what he knows about aaron rodgers he said he he detailed his a text conversation he had that breadth ahead with aaron and he made comparisons to his own departure bread zone departure from the packers in two thousand eighties. But was most striking was his prediction for how it will play out. He says it's a good question. A million dollar question. Here's what brett says quoting. I think i know aaron fairly well and honestly i just don't see him coming back and just saying all right. Let's bury the hatchet. Whatever caused the rip. And i'm just gonna come back and play because i love the guys. I love the green bay fans. Brett goes on and says i assume he does love the fans but his rift isn't with the fans or the players with the front office. Will he just swallow his pride and come in. Maybe but i don't see that happening. If there's not a trade my gut tells me that he'd rather sit out and play. What do you think for a drier. Well i don't know the situation. But i can always remember. Every time i hear aaron rodgers and brett farr put together. I remember what aaron rodgers said his rookie season when he was asking to for information. How to the position. And who's asking for help from brett farve and five stiffen. Whoa now. they're talking buddy stiffed at that. That was the story. I don't know if that happened or not. But that was the story that You know was a little stinky because you know. he had to coach his replacement. Ask and so i. I think that maybe the aaron rodgers is kind of a p owed that This guy jordan love from utah state now is taking his place and he has to kind of suffer through it okay. I don't know we'll continue straight ahead. Stay with us. More coming up in the sports loungers. Truly michael warned the one and only bread dryer. Stay with us. Hello and welcome back to the ronnie defeats tax program on the line. Is paul from california. Hi paul what's your tax problem today. Irony ronnie love. Your show listen. I've got a big problem. You see my paycheck was gorgeous last week and only get half the normal amount to make matters worse. The irs froze my bank account. Listen embarrassed and scared. I need some help. Listen paul you don't need to feel embarrassed. 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That's going to be happening where people can get involved with you on a special may. Twenty seven may twenty seventh. We're having we're gonna be all be together and we're going to get you the The means in the ways to get tickets for this event. Because it's going to be a lot of fun. I'm going to be sitting side by side with you. Mike i think you're going to be your moderator. I'll be looking at some of the questions and getting them out you his house going gonna work. You'll look at the screen. You'll see people come up and you'll say jim from philadelphia wants to know as any way you could help me out of philadelphia and then we can. We can talk a lot about anything you wanted to discuss. It's gonna be a lot of fun and you know what it's like in a way it's like the the the circus around carey grant went all dying days. So he died on the road and backstage preparing for one of these one man shows. Okay but but we're doing this virtual because of home. You're in good health. 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And so i wanna send my very best out to them so again. Thank you for everything. That stations of done sirius. Xm has done c. r. n. digital. Talk radio which is twenty. Five million homes has done and especially you listeners around the country as well mitch. Richmond is with us this hour. Fourteen years in the nba started out with the warriors and then went to sacramento for seven years after three with the warriors washington for three and he finally picked up that championship ring at the end of his career when he came off the bench with the los angeles lakers. He averaged twenty one points a game. He was chosen in the first round. Fifth overall by the warriors out of kansas state. He was the nba rookie of the year. And he really is recognized as one of basketball's all time best pure shooters and of course he was a key part of dodd. Nelson's fast paced offense after nelson drafted him which was dubbed run. T. mc after the first names of its three main components. Which was tim hardaway. Mitch richmond and chris mullin and being here in the san francisco bay area and being able to watch them. I don't know that i've ever seen three players. That complimented each other so thoroughly. Those three did so we will spend the hour talking some basketball with mitch richmond as we continue across the country and around the world with you on sports byline. Hi this is ron bar. And i've got great news for anyone suffering from ongoing pain. Due to aging overexertion and the effects of everyday living relief factor is a one hundred percent research base formula that was created to combat the root causes of inflammation. Relief factor is designed to address sore muscles. Stiff joints aches and the general discomfort. You may feel. There are four key ingredients in each approach is the body's natural inflammatory response function from different metabolic pathway. And they've got something special for sports byline network listeners. 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He played fourteen years in the nba drafted by the warriors then off the sacramento where he played seven years washington and the los angeles lakers and he averaged twenty one points a game after being chosen in the first round by the warriors out of kansas state and he was the nba rookie of the year and is recognized. As one of the basketball's all time best pure shooters. I was looking at some bio information on you. Mitch and i see that you grew up around fort lauderdale you. What the three high schools. What was your early. Like a lifeline. You anyone florida. Sports is When i was born i mean football was was throwing my creative right away and You know if you're from florida you know gonna play football at a young age. That was my sport. You know playing football playing lily and doing all of those things. And i. I think uh around the tenth grade. I started getting a little taller. Started playing basketball on the playgrounds and wanted to try to give it a shot and Try to try to try for the basketball team. High school and Well i my my ninth where you are trying to try out for the basketball team. And i when i was going to school called deerfield beach high school and and the rest is history trial for the team. Didn't make that team Because all my grades. So i decided at that particular time that i wanted to play basketball and i wanted to to to to try that sport and i had to get myself Right in in school. Also i can move on the playground. Game has always been a defining time for most young basketball players. What was it like for you. I was great. I think it was a lot of competition on on the courts. All thank god in my time. It wasn't wasn't really a lot of things that you can do inside the home as far as watching. Tv video games or anything like that. So you know you wrote around in different Different little cities in places where we were going to play and we were gonna place We're trying to play anywhere in my childhood. Friends was was michael irving who was a really good basketball player but it was a great football player. And we have now the guy by vincent parish and and we would go to every little city. Play your best. Three guys didn't matter who it was We were trying to play off you know. Kansas sodas sandwiches or whatever. It is We played and we tried to try to compete everywhere we went. Is there ever a better day or a better moment in basketball than say a hot sultry type of summer day. Got five guys shirts and skins and you're just going at it on the play you're laughing but you know what i'm talking about the no question about it. I mean You know the gyms in florida are there was so hot and and even playing outside it was just it was scorching but as nothing better than plan outside. And just enjoy yourself. Scans shirt and and really competing. No question about it. Who was it. The nickname smooth When my high school who What am i high school teammates. At that time they called me smooth j. I didn't shoot too many days back there. I was trying to dunk everything but They gave him into names food. Because i was so quiet and Just just went up under the radar and Nick mainly smooth. Is there something about being a kid and and really making a reputation. When you're young that can be ego boosting that can really take a kid who made is just developing with his personality and all of a sudden he gets accepted spy you know his peers and everything is that experience a real positive one for somebody and was it that way for you may. There's always a positive. I think for me. What kind of killed me going. As i did. play football and i was always a competitive guy. I think That really kinda got me through Some tough times. Because i just relied on Just playing hard and playing aggressive. And that's what you learn in football. And when i went to basketball i just thought that. Hey man if. I could continue just to play our and to play aggressive. In this sport i think i can be pretty successful and And that's what i feel on. And then i started getting you know nicknames and people start recognizing me as a late bloomer around around south florida and and and the rest is history. One of the things. That i found very interesting. Mitch was that your childhood idol was doctor. Jay and most people would think well. It's probably because he could saw You know in the air but that wasn't it you said he's just a great person off the court. He has a great sense of humor. And he's great man. When did he impress you. At what point did you see him in. What was it that impressed you the most about him. Where i impress me was was his play When i not i made is on dr j. at high play And really kasmin matic. We was when he had interviews and And it's the mean on the court you know. He wasn't a cocky got You know you can tell. He was confident in his ability. you know before game. He shakes every one hand he was a gentleman. And i think off the call. I start looking at the commercials and and listening to his interviews. And how well. He spoke in high spoke about his teammates and how still spoke about others. I mean that much more impressed me. So when i had an opportunity to meet him I remember when i had a chance to go to the nba. Have an opportunity to go to the nba. Retired thinking he was eighty four. Yes so sad. That i i want to have a chance to really get on the court with him at the same time So when i met him. And actually i just saw dr j actually at the derby and we sat and chattan and talk a little bit more and i'm a one more. I mean. always thing that. I'm really pretty really proud of that. I got dr j. In my phone book we only. I can call dr j. anytime i wanted. I think that's the most impressive thing that that i can take right now as a human being and and as a as an older or the player you had to go to a was it a community college or jc college in missouri. I went to a junior college In moberly missouri and then you transferred to kansas state at by going to the small junior college. What did that do for your game. And also for you as a person because i mean you are a heck of a player coming out of the florida area and your you kind of had to take a step back before you hit the big time college game. Yeah i mean. I think it was a time where i really enjoy just playing and and if i wanted to compete. Continue playing This was the path that i had to take. Because i was i was short of that To point out So i had to not to make sure. I was really good in school. But i think my freshman year i had to come up so much to to to reach To get a get eligible. I was working hard and just missed having gone long syracuse and all these other big schools that was recruited me out out of high school but Junior college was really and truly a stepping stone for me It really helped me develop my game and me as a person As a student as a player. All of those things that i had to accomplish to get to the next level i can remember art. University of arkansas was was really on me. And i i went to a An arkansas game they were playing fly. Slamma jamma and Logic one and clyde drexler and these guys came out They came out. And i'm looking at these guys. And i say there is no way i can play division one basketball right now because i played four in the five and high school. And i'm saying i would have to go up against allows you want so. I needed that time and judy collins to really kind of developed my car skills and i had a great coach in dana. Hallman who coaches are oregon right now. Who every day you know. We worked on my ball handling work on my jump shot. We worked on all the skiers that was done. Make my transition much. He changed my shot over summer on. It took me about three or four months to kind of really kinda. Get it down But that was the steady you stole from me that i had to grow and so many areas to get to the next level. How did you end up. A case state then what taste and there was a lot of schools after me and Lon kruger a great coach. That i had opportunity to play with our to play for No just came into that. I have you know. Oklahoma university of florida Mel and all these schools after me and and coach prove of candidates say. Hey this is opportunity for you to come step right in and we're gonna build a whole program around you. You're not gonna go to a program at that time university. Florida had the moten boys. He said you're not gonna go into a situation where they already got their players. We're going to build everything around you. You're gonna be our guy now we're gonna put the players around you. And how can i turn that down. You know coming from junior college and probably would thank you another year to kind of get developing someone system. And then you're senior. You have time time to jail But this time. I was stepping in and they were tweaking everything to my abilities and and i couldn't turn it down mitch. Richmond is with us on sports byline played fourteen years in the nba with the warriors drafted him sacramento washington and also the lakers. He was the rookie of the year in the nba. And when we come back we'll talk a little bit more about his college career and then his transfer into the nba where he was a fifth overall. Pick in that first round. We do that as we continue across the country and around the world. We've got you on america's sports talk show. Most of us like to be out in the sun. That's my sunscreen and other safety measures are key to protect your skin from aging and cancer. 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Usa mitch aside for being an outstanding athlete and basketball player. You were also someone that a lot of people thought a lot of the way you handled yourself off the court the way you interacted and i have a quote from lon kruger here. He says he's just a delight to be around every day highly respected by his teammates and his instructors on campus. He was always considerate of others. Tell me where those routes came from my mom. No question my mom and dad might. My dad was in the service at at the time. When i was growing up i godfather that was their Robert my house and He was just a pleasant guy to be around in. My mom always tried to up to steal things just be considered others My dad came after got out of the service and he was just such a delight to be around. Also but i think over the course of the time You know having coaches that really really respected what they their job with. Respect respected how they treat one another. I think all of that came into play when i was just with my mom. So i had filed a figures That i looked upon as coaches that really kinda instill those things on me and And i've always been like solomon A male quiet guy. People not say. I won't be quiet but you know when you get to know me you know i can open up a there but i think brought up that way and then also looking at you know doctor jay and how he cared himself and how. He was respected with his teammates and stuff like that. All of that came into play. When i got to got an opportunity to to to be around a different people and i think this game has has helped me to grow that because you know rather you. Black white green purple. You know you have to have if you you're fighting for one goal you have to be a team and i think that's what you know really kind of molded me and the way i am. I've been around a lot of people who had a great influences mitch. One of the things that i know in all the years that i've interviewed athletes particularly with the black athlete. Is it at some point. In the conversation they bring up the name of their mother and the influence that they had on them. Now i know that you had a dream. And you told this dana altman. You said that you wanted to build a house for your mother. Talk to me a little bit about her. In your life. Think you know it was just me and my mom and also it was me my mom and my my grandmother. My grandmother passing. I think ninety three and you know my grandmother never missed the game and my mom never missed a game so those was the the people that was in my life every day. Driving me the basketball practice. Picking me up basketball practice you know. Wanna give me my my nike shoes or whatever shoes that i need it you know my mom was always there and encouraging me to just keep moving all when i had some bad days and felt like i couldn't go on and sly users keep you keep playing you know keep you keep working hard so those are the things that i you know. I always wanted to give back to her. Because she sacrificed so much Taking care of me And my grandmother the same way. So i wanted to make sure when i had an opportunity even if it wasn't plan basketball about wanted to build my mom house and and and take her and the other thing of course that was very important to you and you certainly did Do that is that you got your degree Much pride you feeling that. A lot of pride because i was. I was a good student. I had a a little sloppy in the road where my mom moved from hammond. Time different places in had to you know their relationships again. And i wasn't doing so well in school because my relationships outside of their friendship wasn't good so i follow school so i had to just kind of focus on that and i think Dana allman is is one of the guys that i you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio art man. Newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's. Here's a look at weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center saturday a chance of showers and thunderstorms otherwise mostly. Cloudy with a high near fifty. Six saturday night showers and thunderstorms with a low around forty nine sunday showers and thunderstorms early with a high near sixty. That's the latest weather. Check out more news and weather on our website at heartland newsfeed dot com. Hello and thanks for joining us. Here on pastor rick daily hope the audio broadcast ministry of pastor. Rick warren today we continue with a series called shaped to make a difference in these teachings. Pastor rick uses the acrostic shape your spiritual gifts heart abilities personality and experiences to talk about the way god wired you and why you need to not just know your shape but use it to do the things god you to do in just a few minutes. We're going to tell you how you can get the. Dvd workbook studied kit for this life. Changing series. this extremely popular shaped to make a different study. Kid is a great way to be a blessing to your family friends or small group. You can find out more by going to pass direct dot com or by texting the word daily two eight hundred six hundred five thousand four. That's pastor rick dot com with two hours in the middle or the word daily two eight hundred six hundred five thousand four right now. Here's pastor rick with the final part of a message called the purpose of your personality. Now are there any weaknesses to this personality. Well of course just like their weaknesses talkers and weaknesses to feelers. There to weaknesses of fingers. Number one is pride pride because thinkers who have the ability to think fast or are educated. Tend to look down on people who don't think the way they do. And you're not sophisticated. You're not educated or you don't know what i know. And they tend to devalue everybody else not realizing that we now know there at least nine different kinds of intelligence not just one first corinthians eight one says this it says pride puffs up knowledge makes people arrogant but love them up king. James says knowledge puffs up love builds. Up if you're going to be smart. Great user smarts but you must temper it with love otherwise. You're going to be egotistical. Let me take a little secret. Don't tell anybody told you this last couple of years. I've had the opportunity to speak at and meet with some of the most brilliant minds in the world in congresses and conferences and seminars. Very bright people and you know what some of them are. Just flat out stuck up there. Snooty they're snotty there. I won't tell you what they are. But they're smart. They know they're smart and they'll be happy to tell you they're smart and they're proud of their smarts and what they don't realize is everybody's ignorant just on different subjects. Okay you know. Some things physicist doesn't know and the person next to you know some things you don't know and they know some things i don't everybody's ignorant just on different subjects. Nobody knows everything. So the bible says don't be proud of your wisdom. Be proud that you know the lord. Now if you're a thinker you ought to use your intelligence but temperate with love because otherwise you can become egotistical about. The other problem of thinkers is indecision. Some people use study as excuse to never act. Some of the most scholarly people i know are also the most vacillating wimpy indecisive people. I know they're always stay. Well it could be this and it could be that it could be. This can and they never come to conclusion. The bible talks about them like this always studying but never able to recognize the truth and some people use study as an excuse as a barrier. Never act to never really do anything. So the bible gives warnings two fingers just like it does talkers and the feelers. The first one is practiced humility. The bible says don't be impressed with your own wisdom. Why because god is god and you're not he's a lot. Wiser humility is a choice. By the way. Never pray for god to humble you in the first place not once in the bible or you ever told pray that prayer it never says. Ask god humble you so not ever say god. Please let me know in the bible. It says humble yourself before the lord. It's a choice. Humility is something you do to yourself. Nobody else can do it to you. They can humiliate you but they can't make you humble humble is something you do to yourself. It's a choice to say. God you know what in essence humility is total dependence on god. God i'm depending on you. I'm trusting you in this moment with the gifts and talents and abilities that you've given me i'm trusting you and you not denying your strength. It's being honest about your weaknesses. The other warning to thinkers is to practice what you know practice what you know if you know what then do it. James one twenty two says do not merely listen to the word and so deceive yourselves do what it says you could come to saddleback church for twenty years. Take notes on every single sermon ever preached here and still never really do it. Would you write this down in your outline. I only believe the parts of the bible. I actually do. I only believe the parts. I actually do. You believe we ought to give the port. Yeah do you do it now. Do you believe that people are need christ to go to heaven. You tell them about it. No you believe in tithing you had you know you only believe the parts you do. You may write it down. Be kind to my wife. If you're not kind your wife you don't believe it. You only believe the parts that you do doers. Love god with their strength. This is the fourth personality the doerr. These are the energetic activists of life. They're the get it done. People there. The cheever's the accomplishes the workers the people that push things forward that make things happen in the practical sense of life. Someone sixteen says this. This is an inverse of a doer. Oh god here. I am your servant your faithful servant. Set me three for your service. He's saying god put me in coach. I wanna be in the game. Don't leave me on the sideline. I want to be involved in this. I don't wanna watch history happened. I wanna make history. Put me in the game. Let me in their lead. Me had a shot at it. I'm ready to go to work. Lord i'm obedient a mac and i'm ready to go to work. I'm ready to serve you. Now what is the purpose of doers in the world. Well the world needs contribution. We don't just feed communication. We don't just need compassion. We just need consideration. We gotta get the app. Get to work and do it. We need contribution. We need people of action. We need as pastor kerry calls. Gator done people people with initiative with energy with action with a bias for achievement with a bias for starting things growing things and building things in developing things hands and feet. People go getters. The bible says in romans. Twelve verse offer your bodies to him as a living sacrifice. Pure and pleasing. That's the most sensible practical way to serve. God says off your body. Why because that's the only way you can serve god even if you're using your mind or your mouth or your heart or your emotions it's part of your body you can't serve that out of your body so be practice has given your body's they got. Here's my body for you to use in this world in any way you want to be used and of course. It takes thinkers and talkers and feelers and doers. About a fourth of this earn each of those categories and gossip. Now wants you to love me all ways. But in the way that you're primarily shaped that's the way i expect your primary worship your primary love and your primary service to come by talking by thinking by feeling by doing and we're all necessary in the body of christ. Now justice talkers and feelers thinkers have the weaknesses. What are the weakness. What are the weaknesses of doers. Well i in one word overwork. Overwork doers are always working workforce. Work work work work work work and they never stopped to think. They certainly don't stop to feel and they wouldn't spend a second stopping the talk. Let's just get it done. let's get it done. And so they're always busy busy busy and god says there's some twenty seven. It is senseless for you to work so hard from early until late at night. Fearing you're gonna starve to death for god wants his loved ones to get their proper rest. That would be a good verse to put up on the mirror in your bathroom. God wants his loved ones to get their proper rest this week. And my personal quiet time. I was reading through the book of jeremiah. God gave me a verse that i hadn't seen before in the message paraphrase. It says this on the screen slowdown. Take a deep breath. What's the hurry. Why wear yourself out just jusqu'a but you say i can't help put. I'm addicted alien. I mean false gods phony. God's fake gods it means not the true god. I'm addicted to something else. Other than the one true god and i can't quit. Let me read it again. Slowdown take a deep breath. Everybody just take a deep breath right now. Slowdown take a deep breath. What's the hurry. Why wear yourself out just what you after. Anyway that you say i can't help it. I'm addicted alien gods. I can't quit question. What alien gods are you addicted to the approval of other people money status. Are you addicted to praise to sex to making a name for yourself. Are you addicted to adrenaline. He just like the rush of working fast. Why can't you slow down. Why can't you stop and take a break. What do you really after. You need to know that particularly. If you're a doer why do you do what you do. When you know the why god show you how but if you don't know why you're doing what you're doing you're in a cycle slow it down. If you're a doer you need to slow it down. Some of you need to do less. Not less for god but less than other areas. So you've got more time to do what matters. Most the bible says that when you become a believer that god makes you a new person inside. Second corinthians five chapter verse verse seventeen says when anyone becomes a christian if any man being christ. You are a new person inside. The oldest passed away the newest come. What is actually new in your life when you become a believer well. We've talked about many times past forgiven purpose for living home in heaven. Let me tell you something. That doesn't change when you come to christ. Your personality doesn't change if you were a talker before you knew the lord you're still a talker if you were a feeler before you knew the lord you're still a feeling if you are a a thinker before you knew the lord you're still thinker and if you're a doer before your lord your before lord you still are a doer. God doesn't slow you down when you come to. He just changes your direction. In fact he says. I want empowered. Remember you got your personality from him. And god didn't wanna make you a clone of everybody else in the way that you worship and serve and love. God no he says. I want you to worship and love and serve me the way i made you to be with your personality through talking through feeling thanking through doing and i want you to do it all four ways even though i primarily put you in one category but he says not only that i will strengthen your personality not dampen it. I'm not gonna turn you into a religious nut. 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Up with bobby like us with today's carpenter admit it can't transform a sows ear into a silk sixty six sixty six forty your future lies in sixty six forty sixty six books by authors and yet we now discover gets an integrated message system from outside our time domain. Welcome to sixty six forty the ministry outreach of cornelia house and clini institute. Today's bible teacher is dr check. Mesler connecting the bible to your life and the world around you in today's study. Dr mesler continues his teaching on the book. I kings chapters fifteen and sixteen. Archaeologists have unearthed evidence. That samaria was built by very skillful craftsmen. And it's dominated the north south to trade routes and also is apparently almost impregnable stronghold against alien attacks because elevated position and so probably the strongest ruler of the northern kingdom up to this time. Let's move on cavers princess. And he walked in the way all the way of jerusalem the senate about and in his sin wherewith he made israel to send to provoke the lord god of israel to anger with their vanities. It's amazing how their material wealth and prosperity their military successes blind them to the predicament spiritually. And we got to think very hard about that. In terms rome country prosperous were strong powerful the. where are we spiritually. That's a scary issue. Really come to terms with the rest of the acts of armory. Did what you did. And they might that he showed. Are they not written in the book. Chronicles of the king of israel omri slept with his father's was buried in samaria and ahab. His son reigned in his stead. Now a cab and his exploits are going to occupy us for a number of chapters forthcoming in the thirty eighth year of the king of judah began ahab the son of omri to rain over israel and they had the son of army ranger. Israel in samaria twenty. Two years of army did evil in the sight of the lord above all that were before him. Each one of these guys sets a new record. How can you get got. I don't know jomie show. You can't pass if it had been a light thing for him to walk in. The sense of bom backed that he took to wife jazz. Abell the daughter of fbi the king of the site and he went and served and went and stood bail and worshiped him and he wrote up an altar for bail in the house of bail which he built in scenario. This is going to be a very very major element in history of israel worst at all before as military political leader. He gets pretty good. Marks is effective in defeating israel's syrian enemies he joined in a coalition army that halted the invasion of the greatest syrian. Four hundred shamanee's. You're the third and he maintained the borders of his own land. The records tells abe was able to contribute two thousand chariots. There's tanks in the ancient refer to me as well as some ten thousand foot soldiers economically. The also prospered the finishing alliance because he married a jesuit also worth a memphis sea trade routes were open to landlocked israel and the great ivory house. That from self second frisking. Twenty talking about that testifies to his prosperity but at the same time this alliance with venetians and marrying the adjustable brings she was. She wasn't just a bail. Worshiper committed to get everybody to worship mail and she really is extremely aggressive extremely powerful in her own right so this is a. She's not satisfied with coexistence. She wants to. She wants beore ship to replace any worship. Then of joma are ya you over. How your pronounce it in. She always slaughtered the Hebrew prophets that'll be current chapter eighteen also imported hundreds of prophets of bail to establish worship centers for this pagan deity. And so it's a it's going to be. It is such a major event that jesus himself makes reference to it in the letter divided tyra in revelation chapter two. And you won't understand that letter unless you really understand. What's going to transpire later with jess bell. And they have been nabobs vineyard and all that business which will get to of course but so jazzy. Belle and king ahab go about imposing this entire system on israel and aggressively seek to block out any worship of jehovah. So you can. You can tell what's coming here and they have made a grove. It's these these. These pagan census worship regions and added more to provoke the lord. God of israel to anger all the kings of israel that way before him. That's a bunch gone. Through each one of these it gets worse and worse and worse ahab. Setting is going to new ground here in his days. Did the beth. Light bill jericho. He laid the foundation there of bairam his firstborn and set up the gates there of his young son segorbe according to the word of the lord which he staked by josh from the son of none that he's a little interpretation here hailed. The bethlehem went to bill jericho but to understand that you have to remember that had been it had been predicted that i of jericho is specifically forbidden by joshua. After god's supernatural destroyed it and joshua chapter six verse twenty six so although the city had been occupying joshua's day reconstruction seemed to have been the first serious attempt to restore to its original condition so joshua's prophecy is fulfilled. When hyatt's two sons get buried in the process. But you got understand here is. That's what saying you laid the foundation urban and biram his firstborn the gates there of and his youngest son ziga. It cost him his two sons to do this. You wonder why is it is inserted here. I think the it seems. As if the writer the chronicler here is is Inserting this here to do not as an overtone of what's going to happen to have a should be learning from these issues. And of course he doesn't. We're going to talk a lot about the reign of king happen in in the next two sessions but It might be a good point. This point just to summarize southern the southern kingdom if i may the dreary portrait of the northern kingdom under pasta kings is not nearly as bad as the is. You would think that if a lot worse than the southern kingdom. You'd think that it would serve as an example. The southern king does better but not by much politically. The southern who's gonna have its ups and downs. As as conflicts with israel it within the northern kingdom israel and egypt and other surrounding states bring sometimes victory some defeats but but spiritually that southern kingdom the house of judah is blessed with several godly kings. But she also had pasta kings that followed solomon's example permitted pagan worship in the land. Strangely enough one of them is a queen gonna count later on. We're going to count queen thalia about eight forty one. Bc she she's going to introduce the cult of bail worship in judah. Because guess mother was just about you got it but there's a succession of god approved kings. Joash shoe jonathan. That kept the extension of evil tennessee to minimum. Great revivals under kings acer juhasz. Fat joash that help purify the land. A lot of local autonomy was retained but the piety of the king did not guarantee the holiness of his people has a kai is going to come along one of the most godly kings. You'll guide judah critical time visuals destruction. In the north he will institute drastic reforms to correct the idolatry of his father. A has now got here and thoroughly cleanse the land and you have the benefit of too great prophets isaiah and mica during his his reign but his son manasseh. Who will rule for fifty five years is is the worst of the worst king of the line of judah and he supported paying washington. He went around and tried to limit it. Every copy of the tory could find everything that had to do with mosaic. Judaism and apparently is at that. Time that the levi's take the arkansas out of the area for its own protection he He recognized the sacrifice of children. To the allan god molik and he killed anyone that protested. We also tradition tells us that he was the one that Saud is an half wouldn't saw but after him comes desiigner there's a great revival desire and he had the benefit of havoc as a prophet and also jeremiah. Zeki are starting to show up at this stage. And he's a great religious moral revival. He's the one that asked to return the arc due to the holy of holies. There's no evidence that they did but then we he just killed when he goes against egypt going after the architecture but join ezekiel graphically described the way of life for god's people in judgements that has to come but it gets worse than so judgment does come as he. As predicted a series of deportations of i the surviving kingdom was wrenched from land and the temple of the holy city were raised and after this agonizing chastisement were gods people are then in captivity of babylon that they did come to repent in the foreign land purified adultery and finally a remnant returns from babylon to restart the jewish homeland and to await the messiah. It's interesting that the babylonian captivity seems to have pretty well purged the jewish leaning towards adultery. So huge problem until the babylonian captivity or they come back from got other problems but daltry. They seem to have been cured. It's too bad. The southern kingdom wasn't paying more attention to what was going on in the northern kingdom and and learning lessons because the northern kingdom is just a tragic chronicle. We've only gone through part of it. In coming sessions be going through the other kings and it gets. It gets pretty messy. We are almost through the book of i. It hasn't focused entirely the northern kingdom. One of the things both kingdoms after took the kingdom from south salomon passed away. Who's been a civil war. And the and they split the northern kingdom under jerem bombs so he can array ray-ban and the the northern kingdom went from bad to worse. It's an unbroken chain of losers. Bad news guys now. If you write the report cards. Ms secular point of view. Several of them were outstanding leaders very prosperous very successful militarily very successful economically and that's masked if you will in the scripture because the scriptures focusing on its spiritual condition and it goes from bad doors and because it goes so bad ultimately becomes disastrous and all the other areas too but the root problem there is idolatry so we have political separation on the one hand the theme that goes all the way through both kingdoms is this issue of idolatry and the northern kingdom goes from bad to worse and after finding seven twenty two see gets obliterated from history by the assyrians you would think the southern kingdom now they also had a string of bad kings they did have a few of four to sixty penny how you wanna kinda few but they were considered good kings. They had a few exceptions in other words. But in general it went from bad to worse and also went into captivity to return. Because of god's promise to david. Now so i want to just pause in our burst by verse but journey through. I kings to stop and try to summarize what's going on. You think. I could leave this to the end but by doing it. Sort of in the middle. You'll get you'll get a chance to sort of see it unfold by understanding where we're going. We're take two topics. Here's sort of a little commentary. I is the political separation took place and some of the myths that have surrounded this strange era and then the second thing the cost of idolatry there is a very popular myth the so called lost ten tribes and the concept behind. This is that the these That the northern tribes that go into captivity in this series ultimately meander off to europe and wherever and are presently all over the world the lost ten tribes. Where are they kind of thing. And there's also the basis for he's a particular variation of all that that sometimes called british israelites. I won't go into any of that. Except the point out these myths very popular literature are not biblical. The they derive from a misunderstanding of the texts. And i thought it would be useful to take a look at this now. The first point is the people in the northern kingdom. The north gerbil takes the northern kingdom and in order to maintain control among other things. He invents his own religion. Go into idolatry. People who are in the northern kingdom in each of the tribes that wanted to be faithful to the temple worship in jerusalem voted with their feet. They picked up and moved substantial numbers from the northern tribes. Identify themselves with the house of david and i kings twelve and second chronicles eleven. This is emphasized the lee bites explicitly migrated south expect that they were priest. They're not gonna stay where that priesthood is politically incorrect. They're gonna go where there where they can practice what they've been called to do down to the jerusalem temple and in other words in the southern kingdom and that's expressly out and second chronicles eleven. Don't put any other notes in there. Put that chapter and study it carefully. See the only place where god considered acceptably worship was in the temple. Mount mariah in in the torah deuteronomy twelve sixteen and emphasized by the team. Now by the way many in the south repudiated temple worship and they went to north and those in the north winds in other words. Don't confuse the geography that's labeled by tribes with the people of those tribes because the faithful move south. The dodgers moved north. And we need to understand that even later on under issa a large company migrated south from the north and so you've got members of all twelve tribes in the south in fact the important ones the faithful ones do the torah and the worship now after the capital the northern kingdom finally falls to the assyrian. Find some things. King has a kaya. This comes much later. Calls all israel to come to worship in jerusalem celebrate the passover is in second chronicles thirty nine many chapters later eighty years later king ziya issues a call and offering for the temple it says from the scripture from manasseh from all the remnant of israel. And so you've got faithful from the entire nation representing themselves before the temple and second chronicles of and eventually all twelve tribes are represented in the south. In fact god addresses the twelve tribes in the south speak unto ray-ban the son of solomon the king of judah and all israel in judah and benjamin israel being the north but that are resident in the south though now in the assyrians do take over. They have very very notorious policy when they took a captive group. They would take portions of them and transplant them to avoid rebellion also take captives from other areas and bring them there and they did that. So the israelite captains were mixed with persians and others that they had conquered and strangers from far off lands or resettled in samaria or not just the talent but scenarios idiomatic for i in washington. Dc idiomatic america samaria for the northern kingdom is capital northern kingdom. Now the result of that was co mingling was a the offspring. Were considered half jew. They were jewish populations. They were known as what samaritans because of their capital basis. That's where it comes from from samaria being the capital of the northern kingdom and that's You find the losers that in john chapter four when the woman with a well and so forth and of course second king seventy but by the way when you speak up to being deported less than five percent where deported according to archaeological discoveries about less than thirty thousand twenty seven thousand two hundred ninety people about fifty chariots are what they deported. So it's not not a big deal in that sense now. Seven twenty two bc about us little recentered. We later the babylonians rise to power and conquer the assyrians so they inherit the captives of the assyrians their own captives and so the northern captivity went into captivity even then all twelve tribes represented in the geography. The south eight eighty six. We have the babylonians took the southern kingdom into captivity and included members of all twelve tribes by the way and very likely to assume they call mingo captives. but we don't know that but it's interesting isaiah. Prophesying judah refers to them as the house of jacob which are called by the name israel. So you see from the scripture from god's own voice. he's viewing them as integrated now in the post captivity terminology. This may surprise you. The word jew. Israel jimmy's judah and israelite means northern kingdom. They argue well. That sounds colorful. But it's just not true. The terms are used interchangeably in the holly taxed as recalls the returning remnant disaster in captivity to come back to the land. He calls them. Jews eight times in israel forty times he also speaks all israel in many many places nehemiah using the term july eleven times israel twenty two times and also speaks of all israel being back in the land and chapter twelve. And so the remnant this return from babylon is represented as the nation in malachi one and elsewhere so and in the new testament by the way our lord is said to have offered himself to the nation to the law sheep of the house of israel and tribes other than judah are mentioned specifically in the new testament as represented in the land in matthew four and look to for olympians three and so on in fact the twelve tribes specifically does call in twenty six and yacht 's letter to the twelve tribes. We know is the book of james opens up to the twelve tribes. And so forth and anna. Anna knew her tribal and end is being tribe of asher. That's from the north in luke. Two and on it goes so paul knew that he was the tribe of benjamin jew and an israelite. He calls himself in romans one. And so he's using those terms ineffective synonyms the new testament. Use the word israel. Seventy five times in seventy three different versus in the ju- hundred and seventy four times in all through the acne pistols and at the feast of passer. This is interesting in acts chapter two at the feast of pentecost. Peter cries in tuber swart teen ye men of judah and he says again a couple coupla versus later out of israel and before the chapters ovaries is all the house of israel. So the point. I want to make this idea that. Somehow there's ten. Tribes lost is very popular myth. But it happens to fly in the face of the biblical record so those of you. They're serious about the scripture. I want to make you sensitive to that and at the same time. There's another reason. I want to get into this. That's by the way in the end times. It's very they're going to be regathered as one and isaiah thirty six and thirty seven dry bones and so forth at the same time. As you'd recognizing romans chapter nine them size The physical descendants of israel are not the ones whom the promises remains to the faithful subset of those but one another thing derives from this. And i won't spend a lot of time on tonight. But i want to alert you to the possibility this idea. The lost ten tribes of israel strangely enough becomes the basis for anti-semitism. It's not obvious how you get to that link and won't take the time now. Just recognize that we start talking about the lost ten tribes as you'll discover interesting enough. It leads to various forms of british israel ism and other forms of antisemitic doctrines and because it denies the jewish people their proper place in the plan of god. And let's remember the justice twelve verse three has never been replay it. We had never been repealed. Bless them that bless. The curse cursed the and so on and of course there is an event that is going to be used by god. The god of abram Talking yaakob to bring them together in the faith and that's the invasion the middle east by magog and his band zico eight and thirty nine and let's remember how germain this is. She recognize every christmas when we were when we celebrate. The lord's birth in luke chapter one verse three two. Gabriel promises. mary that her son. David will assume the throne of david. The throne of david was overjoyed. Houses lost tribes there. So but there's another issue here. I want to get into. That is under girding this whole historical area in the divided kingdom and following. And that's the cost of idolatry. We probably have noticed that All the way through we have north of certain kings. They allowed the worship of idols and by the way of trying to emphasize. It's not that they worshipped ideals. In stead of god they did but but even worshipping idols. In in addition guy didn't count guide washington. He wants to be number one on the list of one you see not only number one and whatever and so where did idolatry begin. It may surprise you. You're gonna study idolatry work. I begins and it's actually hidden behind a mistranslation and justice for hours. Twenty six at the end of chapter four it says and assaf to him also was born as son remember. We had cain and abel cain kills abel has another son by newsouth. Seth has a son by the name of nausea. And the way it reads in your english bible it says then began men to call upon the name of the lord that sounds pretty good. Acceptance mistranslated and many scholars don't realize unless they've been a little bit of homework in the target of articles which in the hebrew world is considered the translations and ancient one. What had actually translated. They desisted from praying in the name of god is with hebrew. Actually says and in the target jonathan. They surnamed their idols. In the name of god in the it happens they want us as well known but transfer translation problem but many casual readers. The bible at don't be behind. This is that this is where idolatry really began from nash. There are people that have doctrines at say. Seth were the good guys and canaanites with bad. Guys no. It's not that simple. Cain mentioned labeled all his children after after l. the god of the violent. Yes he killed his brother but from that point on he walked a a good line. Apparently but Seth son was bad news. And who's most venerated of the. The rabbinical community is commentary on the mishna publicly published in eleven. Sixty eight ascribes the origin of adultery the days of nausea. And so do all the other. Kimchi rations of the other rabbinical vienna and jerome in the early church. And so this idolatry gets it center in babble under nimrod which becomes babylon and all through the scripture. You'll discover that all forms of idolatry can trace the roots back to babylon and that is gonna ha. That's going to have a profound implication even in the end times you're gonna want to understand that as we go forward now there's something about what really is idolatry and idolatry consists in reviewing the created thing rather than a creator and worship of the sun the moon stars. Whatever all these. Things are in effect. Become idioms in place of demons on the one hand. An idol is nothing. The scripture makes that very clear whatever and yet. The worship of them are also create supernatural entries for the demonic around. You need to understand that. You've been listening to sixty six forty the ministry outreach of clinton house and coordinate institute. Today's bible teacher was dr chuck mesler teaching through the book of i kings for complete listing of resources available. Please visit k house dot. Org you can also call us on one. Eight hundred k house. One to learn more about quantity institute visit clinton institute dot. Org thank you for listening to sixty six forty and for your continued. Prayerful support of this ministry until next time as we continue this series. May god bless you with the knowledge of son. Jesus christ as you study his word today from chuck swindle all of us regardless of the year in which we live or to be real not phony. Were to be free of hypocrisy suffer without complaining. It is very easy to be a fate in ministry. And i don't know if anything that turns the message off quicker than a full knee who is found out those who serve in full time ministry understand the weight of responsibility that comes with the role. These are heavy times and issues facing our churches. Feel more complicated and more ominous than ever before today on insight for living. Chuck's wendell reminds us that. God intended the ministry to become unwieldy and burdensome. In fact he called his disciples to lead a life of simplicity. Authenticity and integrity are studying the book of matthew continues now and chapters nine and ten chuck title. Today's message listen. Well think right. Talk straight travel light. Something happens in this narrative. Very interesting. I want you to think clearly now. Is we read these next words when he saw the crowds the he is jesus. Look at what he felt. He felt compassion on them. He had this deep feeling for the crowds. Why look at what it says. Because they were confused and helpless. Now keep reading. He said here. They are stepping out of the shadows he said to the disciples. The harvest is great. The workers are few did. He gives them a command. Pray pray to the lord of the harvest that he would send more workers into his harvest fields. The very ones he asked to pray he wound up sending in the way it is. Jesus called his twelve disciples together. Notice what he did. He enabled them for that particular era to be one of his workmen. He gave them a foreign to cast out evil spirits he jay vim afar t to heal every kind of disease. He gave him a forty over the illnesses here. The names of the twelve. Now i know i know. Centuries have passed since this occurred. And we've had enough time to put them all in plaster paris or stone and give them the main saint or originally please. there were none of the above. they were just ordinary man. Force yourself to believe that. Matthew simon simon's always listed first and then andrew peter's brother james and his brother john just ordinary guys. These guys are fishermen. Worked for their father zebedee. Then there's fill up bart bartholomew thomas and matthew the tax collector james that is and then simon and finally judas wonder how they felt when he said. I'm going to send you fact. He gave him specific instructions. Verse five jesus sent out the twelve. The differences a number of centuries a pass between. He chose those individuals in today's world. And i think there are many who hold back from being one of the workers in the harvest because so many are overwhelmed with her own unworthiness. We're all unworthy where all unqualified we're all inadequate. Still spirit of god empowers us with calling giftedness and then over time begins to shape ass- into one who would be a worker in the harvest. He still is asking us to pray. Because the harvest is enormous and the workers are so few. So let's look at how we instructed them. Jesus set out the twelve with these instructions. Let me pause and have you think very clearly. Don't let your mind wander now. Because some have taken the words that follow literally and attempted to carry out these things while these things were never written to them or to. You were me. They are written and spoken to apostles. Would you notice the change from disciple to apostle apostle among other things they are those who had seen the risen. Christ you haven't i haven't. There are those who have been invested with miraculous sign gifts and the miraculous acts that they performed authenticated their authority. It is for them understand while all the bible is certainly and revered and studied but not all the verses of the bible or for you or me we must read with discernment when we come to an apostolic destruction or description. We need to realize in the context. It's for them. We'll show you what i mean. Verse five don't go to the gentiles or the samaritans. That sounds great commission today. The great commission. I read in matthew twenty eight just the other day said to go into all the world and preach the gospel to the most part of the earth. Acts one eight tells us we are to go to gentles samaritans europeans americans. Those are the islands of the see. All over they weren't they were to go. Only the jews in this initial thrust into the harvest was the apostolic method message to the apostles. Go to god's people his lost sheep not to do verse nine. Don't take any money in your money. Belts gold silver or even copper coins. You know there are those who take it literally and believe that you're more spiritual if you allowed with no money. There are those who don't carry a travelers bag or a change of clothing or sandals a walking stick. they don't hesitate to accept hospitality because those who work deserved to be fed and on and on this is for the apostles. This is for that era. In fact one man makes clear. Listen to douglas sean. O'donnell is ryton his work on matthew. There's a difference between the apostolic age of christianity and our age difference between the apostles powers and hours. A difference between the signs of a true apostle mighty works of healing signs and wonders and the permanent qualification for christian leadership listed in the pastoral epistles for elders and deacons so the first difference between them and us is that they had apostolic a foreign powers. They preached and healed the second differences. Perhaps more obvious the scope and severity of their mission meaning. What only to the house of israel. Only to the zoo to the jew. I in this case to the jew only so when their initial mission they were to meet up with and minister to jews. Only and you will observe the details. Look this verse. Seven analysis within the kingdom of heaven is near keep reading heal the sick raise the dead cleanse the leper cast out. Demons gave as freely as you ever see. Be careful when you read. The scriptures not every line of scripture is for you by application. Or i should say by interpretation it all has application but interpreted correctly. We must read it with discernment. He says certain things in certain ear rose or dispensations that are met for a certain period and a certain need but it is not meant for all times as the gospel is revealed and as it is received or rejected the lord broadens the message and then speaks to all of us especially in the letters of the bible. Now i i love the list. Because it's very clear for them and they could take notes on it and do exactly what he told him to do. You and i cannot heal the sick. You are not able to raise the dead. We've not been empowered to do that so understand that. I'm not taking away from scripture. I'm trying to keep you from being confused very helpful. When all of this began to make sense in my own life this is written to the apostles who were given apostolic authority and then sent on an apostolic mission now apply. Let's let's go there before. I before i finish here are some important principles for them and for us remember this. We have similar motives and methods we to our mood with compassion. We too are to pray to the lord of the harvest. We are to have compassion for those who are harassed and beaten down. Our method begins with prayer. Everything starts their second. Please remember the reaping the harvest is done by the same two groups. There are those who were called to be gorce. And then there are those who were called to be givers. Gore's need the givers. If you're not called to be one of the workmen in the field we would call it. Vocational christian service. Then you are to give that there might be the carrying out of the ministry but let me camp on one other if i may what we model. That's the character and commitment of christ our to boil it down. I could put it in three words. Authenticity simplicity integrity authenticity. All of us regardless of the year in which we live or to be real not phony. Were to be free of hypocrisy. We're suffer without complaining to serve with a pure motive. all of that is intent. is authenticity. Simplicity there is to be a lack of greed. We make out of it. There is to be an absence of pride. We don't do what we do to make ourselves known or famous and there's not to be an agenda. Simplicity is living a life without agendas and third there is to be integrity trustworthiness unselfishness morally ethically pure. Let me say this through the words of another group. It is very easy to fake christianity. It is very easy to be a fake in ministry. And i don't know of anything that turns the message off quicker than a phony who is found out. Eugene peterson in a work titled working. The angles puts the cookies on the lower shelf. Three pastoral acts are so basic so critical that they determine the shape of everything else. They are praying reading scripture and giving spiritual direction besides being basic these three acts or quiet they do not call attention to themselves and so are often not attended to in the clamorous world of pastoral work. Nobody yells at us to engage in these acts. It is possible to do pastoral work to the satisfaction of the people who judge our competence and pay our salaries without being either diligent or skilled in them since almost never. Does anyone notice whether we do these things or not and only occasionally the. Someone asked that we do them. These three acts of ministry suffer widespread neglect. None of these acts is public. Which means that. No one knows for sure whether or not we are doing any of them. People heroes pray and worship. They listened to preach and teach from the scriptures.

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