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COVID-19 Prompts Two NJ Chefs to Pivot Business

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COVID-19 Prompts Two NJ Chefs to Pivot Business

"Behind every amazing flavor is an amazing human who has perfected their crowd. Welcome to flavors known. Behind the scenes look at new flavors and the chefs, pastry, chefs and bartenders who create them with your host Emmanuel are there more than a year ago I had shift some friend from White Birch as a guest on the show and I'm pleased to have back these time with another chef from New Jersey Yoga tune from Sultan. Pining Morristown, both of them, people to their business during depending me and I was very interested to hear about the stories I am your host. Roche and you are listening to these forty-seven of my podcasts. Flavors unknown I have been in the Food Industry for more than twenty years, both in Europe in the US and each other week. I interview training chef's chef's end by tenders around the country. If you have new to the show last week, my guests was Chris, was on Tino, chef author restorative based out of San Francisco. You can find the show notes from these episode, and all the others episode on the website, a flavors, unknown dot com, and you can follow us as well on instagram and twitter and facebook at fevers unknown, the ACA shown either chef and owner of south, buying American eatery in Morristown and central. Central Maine American eatery in Madison. She grew up in New Jersey. And then she has spent several years in five of bobby flay as far ying restaurants, and she also appeared as easily sous chef iron chef America three times, and then as a competitor episode of beat Bobby Flay, chefs, I'm friend as two restaurants wanting Flanders Jersey White Birch fine dining, and then slam which scratch kitchen in Madison New Jersey. He started his car era at Eleven Madison Park in Manhattan and then became the executive Shusha fat one by Lynch, who by sea, and in decided to move to Denver Waste Day there several years before coming back to New Jersey lets me welcome both chefs to the show. I am the super excited to have in fact, two shifts from a New Jersey we have. And we have some welcome to the show. Thank you for being here. Thank you for having me? Ratty as well? We are very much interested in understanding. What happened after Krona virus hit New Jersey and away how you pivoted your business, but before we do that. Can you talk to us a little bit about your restaurant concepts? Of course, yeah, I actually have to restaurants. One of them is called South Pine on. The others called central in. Maine, this concept for both of them is the same. It's seasonal American cuisine. The decor is a little different, and the VIBE is a little different in both restaurants, so I would say that that's where it differentiates, but they are two separate menus, so you always expect something different at both locations any any favorite. Item on the on the menu I would say prior to the. covid nineteen. Yeah. There's a couple dishes that have been on the menu basically since day one are burger is very popular in both locations in Morristown. We make homemade bacon alien. We slather it onto a toasted buttered English muffin. Ahmed were putting lettuce tomato, US certified Angus. Beef Patty? How smoked local Cheddar Cheese and a farm fried egg right on top, and it's ridiculous. We have chicken and waffles that have just kind of gotten update within the past few months, but those are always super popular, and then our spicy lamb meatballs are big fan favoring. Yeah, I heard about those. So some. What about White Birch in Flanders? White burst in Flanders? I do have to restaurants also slam a stretch in White I. WE focus on a farm to table seasonal as well we have a garden on premise that we utilize gardens much as possible. You know with this change. We definitely had a change up some stuff we. Definitely Garden for. Spring Summer Menu and not utilize that also. Charge spores much local arms, as we can't wait, Birch. Likely very seasonal we. After onions are mostly has been. The original. At The famous on and. I think I got one. Too much of that DART. That that's. That's a good yeah. That's agreed on the menu. I do what they thought about lear that she didn't say. That you're not gonNA stay. You're famous your, Burger. and. Times the Burger Child is Burger Vashem as are bedouins the AD. The Burger Battle at the meadowlands which was supposed to be last it actually I think it was supposed to be this past Saturday. And obviously it's canceled, but yeah, the reason that both of those burgers are on Menus because I want that competition with those Burgers so thank you, Sam. When depending me as totted so I'm curious to know. Did you those for time period? Just at the beginning White Birch. We had a regular service on a Sunday. I don't remember the exact date is our last service and then New Jersey bleach shutdown I was very lucky I. my sister works heavily in the food scene of New York City, and she kind of gave me the heads up that New York restaurants will be shutting down and moving to central takeout. We implemented A to go and seek out menu that Saturday before my last service on Sunday though. White Birch Really Kinda hit the ground load, and that following week, and the response from the community really showed me something. I've really never seen in my career before that really everyone together, and which is really special, who fight hold on is staff as we possibly could really speak the Russia alive, and I think that's the. Out that unity support in any restaurant, we potentially building without a shutdown and relaunch everything. Oh! No! Steph to make the food, but it's also the agents really from in Cuba shot with a rule did. With Julia. So that day that Sam is talking about that was march fifteenth. That was the Sunday because I had plans for that Tuesday. Go by my best friend's house. Have Saint Patrick's Day dinner with my best friend in my goddaughter. We found out in Morristown that Sunday night that we were going to be going to take out only beginning the following morning on Monday. and. Then that afternoon we found out. It was state wide so I actually. Had like a mild nervous breakdown. and. Talked to my partner. I mean like Gabrielle, Hamilton. That article that she wrote in The New York Times hits really close to home for me. Because like it's no joke. You literally have a leak and all your funds gone like there's no more money, so we had to come up with a game plan to make sure that we're going to be covered in. Actually, my partner said to close. So that Tuesday march seventeenth we closed, and then I spoke with my accountant, and after going back and forth for another day with my partners, we decided to reopen on Friday and I'm really glad we did because it was you know just like. Sammy hit the ground running and I saw something on local instagram page asking. Moorestown residents what they wanted or what they needed from businesses in this time and I was reading the responses in for some reason like a light bulb, went off on the top of my head, and I was like what if we offered people groceries, and so we started this grocery programs called South in Pike. Market we started two days a week. It was so successful that we actually bumped it up. Read as a week and actually this week is going to be our last week doing that because I think that like the grocery stores have a better handle on it, but that's Kinda. How we jumped back into the game without in taking our. So it in fact, very. Fast. I understand you to west. Probably be an emotional rollercoaster for for both of you bet your reacted pretty fast. Because it's you're talking about like a week or not. Even a week making the decision not open and to pivots your you'll business. Sola varies or curbside pickup. So what was like the milestone to make that decision in? And how do you implement implemented? Only for myself, but I'm sure. Probably every restaurant tour can agree when you put your whole life savings into your business and. That could be taken away from you so quickly. You have to be able to think on your feet, and you have to be able to make quick decisions and thank like how am I gonNA. Make it through this, so I think the milestone that. HIV IT so quickly. It was like the fear of losing everything and I was like. We just need to figure it out unlike this. It's kind of like everything happens on the fly, so we just figured it out on the fly like we were like. We're GONNA make it were the first night we were back with a Friday. I had only one person in the front at one person in the pitch and myself bouncing back, and forth by two PM I had a call in another person to work in A. A kitchen and then again by six PM same day I had a call one more person, and because we couldn't keep up. It was just like insanity. I felt like it was like worse than like a normal Saturday service was so busy every time we made an error or failed at something we would fix it very quickly and we would it make the same mistake again and. That's what we do. That's the business you know she just that. You don't really have time to think it's more reaction. Like if you gotta give, you gotTa, give it a chance. Thank you have to give yourself that opportunity to keep going, but agreed like. I'm only speaking for myself to. This restaurant is aren't enough. When we were open like full swing, and for this to happen for so many different things be thrown at us. Even now, these rules and regulations we have to adapt on the fly. And and that's that's it I mean. There's no nine to I. Think the saddest thing. This isn't my milestone. The status thing with select people go. Had you bill these relief? And it's like you can only keep so many people and it's not like. At the end of the day. This is a business and you have to keep driving to. Perfect, Your Business and same year I talked to Mike Partner, and he wanted to all stakeholders, and I said absolutely not. said. We will be ready to go. Have a menu we've got you have to give yourself the opportunity. and. Don't give yourself the opportunity. I. Know like you never know the outcome. But I mean we have seen a lot of restaurants that in fact decided to close and some. A lot of them and some people made a negative same I would say thinking like we thinking that you guys did and then realized that I've heard so many times. You know chef sending me that. He realized that the math wasn't there. But in fact, you won't be no profitable enough. For them decided not to do the you know the takeout and delivery to why? Why was it different for for the two of you? You know honestly every restaurants their own identity, so I mean I can't think of. Lease, going to do, or you know I mean. My heart broke for so many people who were able to do it, and it's still does some great restaurants that I would love to go to or still trying to figure out outside seating. I? Don't think anyone wanted to this to happen to close this is. Endemic, it's. It's just sad and it's like. How quick everything aim again you just have to react, and some people are able to do it, but on some people just aren't able to do it and I think if we all do it. There's no doubt in my mind that any entrepreneur in this in this industry wouldn't go for it if they couldn't and I think some people are actually ear back up. which you know, we don't know what's going to happen. This is a whole new. I. I saw something actually in Morristown today Leah. Correct wrong I think the Russians are trying to. Certain street closing in. They didn't pass that or something. Correct. And it's like. I know Moorestown is busy, but you're not giving them the opportunity. That you're trying to give them. So it's. Time. And like I said I wish we could all open at the same time and go have these events and celebrate together, but sure, but it was a question of safety as well because I. You know I heard the allred you know a lot of chefs seeing the fact that the felt that he was not you know safe enough, both for their customers as well as employees so they they made the decision to close for a certain time. So how did you manage guys to cover that part? Yeah I think that there were certain restaurants that opted out of this because they have families that homer. They have to take care of their parents. For whatever reason they didn't feel comfortable. I live alone. Actually I live with my dog. Luna she's my baby and. My staff is mostly like younger healthy. Workers and they all live on their own or live at home with their families. In in my mind I was I have to like we have to at least try. Because if we don't try, we'll never know and I feel like. I hope that this doesn't come across the wrong way. But I feel like we have a little bit more steam since we were going the whole time, and we didn't just pop back in when we got the PGA loan under percents agree with that, and again I'm not knocking anyone either, but I do a hundred percent that. Really do. Unlike listen, it's very scary. I'M NOT GONNA lie? We put a sign on the door. We're not allowing anybody to come into the restaurant and Leicester Making delivery I. Not accepting any cash were having like unlike by the way I would say other than the healthcare industry restaurants are probably the most sanitary place with the most sanitary practices that you could find so like we already have really good sanitary practices in place in good hygiene in place, and we've just like up the ante on that and you know listen. We've been open since I think. March nineteenth on nobody has become. Ill I've been working with for the past three months. Yeah, so it's been working. What did you implement you? You talked a little bit about it. you started. At the beginning of the episode here, can you go into more detail about? How do you then decide what to put? Undermine you to structure? It's an WC. You studied with a menu after that's you know I've seen that you have done that as well as some. You know specials for some days. You're talking about the markets that you put together newly. So can you further developed on the? You doing demented. Yeah totally, so we started with a market. We did that two days a week, and then we opted to three days a week because we had such a high demand for it when we opens. Of course, we opened with a very limited staffing so I wanted to. Downsize the menu so that we were so that it was manageable. You know before the pandemic we had like. Eight APPs, five salads, thirteen entrees desserts like we bumped down to like two salads three APPs. You know five entrees, one desert and. Little by little over the past three months we've. Kinda built that up I. have this other idea that like? I'm kind of testing out with a new section on the menu. which is our grain both section? Like we created basically four grain balls. You can either do rice or Keane Wa and there's different topics that you can get on them. People will love them. They won't stop ordering I. Don't think I could take them off the menu now, but it just. Is Proving to me that that little idea that I had to work Saddam. GonNa build off of that and then I also want thought that people wanted a little bit more bang for their buck, so I started doing fry it, which is fried chicken Friday. Now that it's summertime, we change it to a fish fry we do. Sammy Saturday's that every week we're doing a different sandwich special on Saturdays and then on Sunday. We're doing our Sunday supper series. I mean honestly like. I feel like I'm working harder than I have a really long time. But I'm having a lot of fun. I'm having a lot of fun. It's fun to like. Hook, something different all the time, and not just do what's on the menu like play an experiment in. Get feedback from people like I. Don't know there's like a certain thrill that comes with it, and then you'll customers love it following you into like you approach with. With your different special menus and spatial themes yeah, we have like some diehards at like at order every Friday or they make I get every Saturday and like we were on the patio like trying to figure out how far apart we need the tables. The other day and someone was like Oh, are you that girl who owns south pilot and I was like? I love what you're doing and I was like Oh man like that. You'RE GONNA. Make me cry lady like this. It's nice to see. People really engaged supporting. It's like really. Because ultimately the success of our businesses in their hands, and like people really need to understand that Keep doing what they're doing because if they weren't. I don't know if I would still be here today. And what kind of? Menu. Did you put together some? White Birch! So you know, obviously we had a full, not a full walk in, but I'll walk in full of food so I try to design. I want more comfort to i. kind of switched up, not everything I went more comfort and not to. Like the high end stuff John's on and longtime and I agree. I, have not worked I. Mean when this all started. We were get smoked like we could not keep up British like ten thirty at night doing dishes. I'm like this is crazy. And we only had two of us in the kitchen. Very similar are want to see what people wanted. We got that. We're comfort and. Don't judge me anyone. Drag up on like meatloaf data stuff like that and Johnny Johnny cake. Thaws like? Let me bust out some old stuff and see the response and I. It was crazy by locations, a little bit different than is. I don't have pets. So I was doing dinners boards to be four to six people the crazy thing. You Know Leeann mentioned Fried Chicken and we put a fried chicken on. The amount of bright. People. Is. I. Say. The kicker is. Fried Chicken is one of my favorite things in the world. By we've made so much, fried chicken I, I'm not going to get a piece of fried. Chicken I mean. Fried Chicken. And like it fried chicken, so you can't get it wrong I mean. But again you know the support, and that's what it's about so have you put like a special leg? Maneuvers like the Leon in place like for something that I notice is up every switch it up every week. I would authentic induced. Asia didn't blow Spanish influence every week. We changed it up and then we try to get a response back again to see what people really wanted. What did they wrong? Wanda Fried Chicken. We brought the Fried Chicken back a couple of times I don't want to sit on a lot of food because we went through the whole walk in visitors and everything. But, then when you start getting pretty busy. Come up through ideas. I had to bring in two more people because we could not handle it as you know at the end of the day, you still are trying to provide great service, even though there isn't service-based WanNa. Make sure everything's on stuff like that and we kind of. The first of the second week we failed at that and I had I want to bring people in a mixture of people? Slow at that experience so Leeann back to you I'm very interested into your. Special Menus so so you had your tone down that you say I mean you you put together. So how did you come up with? You? Know those idea. What was the source of inspiration for you to come up with those special special? Menus I mean this might sound a little. I don't want this to sound arrogant at all, but it's very rare that like you're gonNA. Get your entire meal. Actually Cook by me, so it was like I was like catering people's personal dinner party is at our houses. Unlike the way that I cook at the restaurant is just like how I would cook for myself at dinner. It's you know really good quality ingredients super seasonal. Seasonal, and so whenever I'm inspired, most of the time starts with what is in season right now. That's where I wanNA start so I think like one of the first ones that we did. It was shelved prophecies in like it was the first week and I was like we need to give. People saw shelled crabs. I mean like you can't find those supermarket and sold a ton of them and I did it with. Beautiful Jersey hothouse tomatoes. White Ian that were stood down with chopped up ramp tops in them, so it was like really just nice and bright and fresh start paid social clubs on top. That's always starts for me. Like what like for instance is Sunday? Would it be do last Sunday? Funny, that I can't even barely remember this Sunday. It's terrible. This Sunday I was like whatever father's Day's writer on the corner I haven't done any. Sunday supper, so I'm doing like a really lovely marinated flank steak I'm gonNA. Do Hun of like seasonal grilled veggies do Kinney's local mushrooms? Maybe some grilled potatoes? We'll see what's looking beautiful and I'm GonNa do a dark chocolate cream pie with toasted marshmallow in homemade Graham cracker crust because you know summer. In an old. No, they have to go. Ride a bike or run somewhere to lose all the Hillary's. Knowledge Fabiano. That's how you have to. You gotTa keep that shock body. Go and you know. So both of you you know work and Sousse source like local produce, and you'll work with local farmers. I know that Samuel Doing extensively with. You know with the news like prior dependent pandemic. So so, how did you continue to work with those local farms? That's. Probably suffer you know nickname packs of the depending me as well and so how you were you able to continue to support the local farm during this time absolutely so I am definitely give a shoutout to let it grow farms of right in Chester. So I worked directly with Morgan Hess and every year plus years ago right up to his farm, big over the seed catalogs I honestly asked last year you could. Give me a section of his farm and we could grow some specialty items. For this year, so he was onboard with his awesome, he put up all these new greenhouses. And I'm trying to plan for the fall dinner at his arm, but what's really Moore's? Yeah what he did for me this year was he started everything by seed. Then, we transported into my garden. And The sad thing about this year lashes. That was part of your training at Birch. So we do it all ourselves, which is fine because I love doing stuff like that, but Let it grow farms I also. Work directly with farms as well. and. Listen the farmers didn't stop. They are in full swing. Still we just think ten pounds this for my family strawberry picking the other day I brought some in the work today to surround with some stuff the new menu. I mean. You know. The farms are starting to pick back up start. You can start seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. As everyone says without farmers. Chefs don't have much. them as much as awful still. But you know for the farmers that I working. You know a lot with the chefs and supplying them than the where he very hard because there was no more restaurants around, so so that's why it wasn't a bit You know asking figuring out. What was the situation with the know the farmers that you working with an? What's the situation for? You'll Eso on your like the market that you have. It's Produce coming from local markets as well. Yup coming from local farms, I actually do a lot of business with Oliver Gubenko from harvest drop. He's a really good friend of binding. He started his business at the same prime I opened my first restaurant, which is actually really funny. Because he used to come in and try to get my business in my staff would like. They would like. Hold him at the door and be like who are you? You're here, see Leah. No. You don't want to talk to her today. She just worked in the past sixty days and so eventually. Eventually he brought me some mushrooms and I was like these mushrooms are gorgeous and I only ordered mushrooms from him, and then little by little it was more it was exit was chicken. It was the tomatoes and I get a ton of stuff from him now, so he provided us with some really beautiful produce proteins from local farms for marketplace, and I'm really proud to work with him because. We have a relationship and he has great relationship with the farmers so I went on a little tour with him once up to rolling hills farms, than we did another dinner, ironbound farms and use some of the protests that they had on their farm, so. Yeah I think it's really important Su- support small and support local. How'd you manage to stay in contact with the customers? During the dependent meek, because both of you I, thought was very interesting. You said something at the beginning when talking about you what you wanted to put together, and you were kind of like reaching out the customer listening to feedback understanding what they wanted, so so, how did you keep that contact? While you know obviously social media. INSTAGRAM facebook our websites I'm a very emotional person. So anytime I try to speak publicly for some reason I get like upset or out of joint where we will post a video every day. I can't do that because I some odd reason. Like I. Get I get so built up the emotion. I WanNa, work on that. But also when we were when anybody were like pick up our orders I would make sure I the out there, waving, thanking everybody we. Repeat customers. I'm trying to figure out something to do for our VP customers throughout the last three months whether or give them a nice, White Birch Apron, or something of that sort just to give back to them, because they've given so much to us and have to engage you. have to cost engaging in some type of way and my way was pictures. Email blast. Like social media I did put up one video, but like built me up the two glasses of wine going. It's crazy because you know why I'm the type of guy in the kitchen that will dance seeing anybody, but when personal. Like my career that I've given my all to. The Come on Mary Emotional Yeah I can't help it every by one year anniversary wiper. Are Falcons full blow frying but people. Have like you have Italian blood, you know. A half the town right exactly so does he new social media huge? That's what I based my stuff on. What about you yeah I would say you know. I think that I already knew that. Social media was a powerful marketer, but like this now that were so heavily involved with using social media to promote. We're doing like it is mind blowing. How how're full? It really is for one of the Sami Saturday. It really is right. It's cool now to. Put up questions and ask people things like we were like. What are you guys want for Sunday suffered. People responded you know, and we pulled some inspiration from that, but. It's nuts that we posted this. Picture of a soft shelled crabs sandwich. Like the next day we sold seventy sandwiches were eighty-sixth by clock. Like to me. That's mind blowing like seventy sandwiches by from twelve PM five. Like. It was just I was just like what is happening, but that's just it shows you. You know that you really can reach a lot of people very quickly and like if I see something good on Instagram, some food on my damn. I'M GONNA, get my car and drive to Brooklyn because I need the ice cream in my life right now. So. I get it. I know I was I was one of those people that call for the social eighty now really? Fully didn't only. I fell God people. Some people were upset. People are upset. The are upset, but they have to think of it like. Listen! This is a great thing for I saw that picture. She's talking about and I. Thought like what a great idea! I'm curious what dishes bring you comfort. Maybe we can start with you earlier. What dishes bring may come for. Goodness while I would agree fried chicken I think is a good one, Mac and cheese or pasta. If I might having a day and I need some things, make me feel better. It's always like some type of Pasta. which actually I don't I don't have any pasta on the menu right now. We do have MAC and cheese on the menu, but I always feel like. You Know Comfort food to me is always like extremely indulgent, so I try to not dive too much into that because like I said the chef bod is very important. We need to kind of maintain what we got going on another thing for me. That's comfort. Food is like it sounds so terrible, but like I grew up eating those packet Rama noodles like I love those. If I feel sick, now I feel like I'm getting a cold. I'll stop at seven eleven and get one of those and I feel like it. It just makes me feel better. I don't I mean I grew up in. My mom was a single mom. She had to work a couple jobs at a time to keep my brother and I you know taking care of and so we. We really didn't have like. We didn't get to enjoy the finer things. When we were younger, it was You know more eating on a budget, and so like kraft, Mac and cheese is another one of my favorite things in life, which is probably a terrible thing to say as. Much the blue box the best. It's the best now. I eat Annie's because it's like you know our organic yellow number five. Exactly but Every once in a while. You have to treat yourself something like that. What about you Sam? What dishes bring you comfort? As a fellow Italian, there's nothing wrong with a beautiful forgetting fall that Ali, one of my most bumper thing also fried chicken, but You know the one thing that actually brings me joy on daily basis really brings me home. Is You cook this foods? I and foods all the time as just like hard to eat all the time. So. I Have Deli core containers and I will throw up a whole cereal. and. I mean there's nothing better than a huge massive bowl Israel and are talking me firstly. I could eat a whole box in one sitting and I've done it times. So my whole thing is. I don't eat the sugar stuff I'm a big raisin bran. Muster. and. Bernard something about you today. Right and meteoroid. Should get because you're talking about Spaghetti meatballs, so maybe we can put. Lee as Lancair Lamb meatballs into your in your dish. Some I love it Malabo. Let's do it. Thank sexually. I mentioned. I've mentioned earlier to argue up on this thing. Cold Johnny cake. All, it is warm bread. We literally eight. It's seven nights a week. I'm not getting. The cornbread sue I love Korver. The restaurant Sam we made it. We made this Like three months served with the ribs by chicken. Barbecue in that we did. But you know you amp it up right? We had ramps the spring, so we did a ramp corn bread. There's nothing more something than just. A was getting their bolles aerial. So? Did you change like your Your your cooking style, or do you think that's the situation change at individual craft looking back to those in a few months absolutely not. I, think that I won't be thirty six zero I mean. This is my way, so you have to continue doing what you're doing and challenging yourself I still I still think that that's very important I think. It sound like repeating myself i. WanNa make! You feel comfort, so who adjuster high footing sue making arowar and fifteen? Of Us, we, I think that that the me was important because I. Don't think I would have gone away with. The duck breasts for whole. Don't not in micro. But do you think you're going to? You're going to keep that dichotomy of like the new hyon and Laurenti after when things are whatever back to I have no idea what would be the norm, but. And, and would you keep as well the? Possess model of doing like takeouts and people. Pick up the food at your restaurants or you think that's will go away I mean white. Birch is going to continue to take out when we open for the public I think we opened a whole new concept. Actually I think whoever did stay open open up a whole new concept I think a lot of people would call in. Take out off the regular menu, but we're going to do is have a regular menu an every other week. It will take out menu. Probably do some cross utilization offer, regular menu, Little WanNA bring a lot of product. I don't think it changed me. I think it's just adapting. The time. What about you? Are you going to maintain some of the things that you put in place? You know when things are going to go back to the new norm. Yeah I think I would like to. To Some of these new things that we have implemented like. One hundred percent, the grain bowls have to stay on in both locations and then I don't think. With us being open regular service that I'll be able to continue the family style Friday dinner, but I think for the Sunday one. We will be able to so I plan on keeping that going. Yeah, and I think for me to in Madison, at my second restaurant I think that we're using this as like a hard reset and. We put a lot of sandwiches on the menu there instead of local scallops for thirty six dollars. Now you can get a really baggage. poboy for like I don't know how much it is sixteen bucks maybe. You know people really enjoy that, so I think we're GONNA I don't WanNa say downplay it because it's all still the same ingredients, but we're going to pick some more affordable items for people to enjoy. Actually with white birds agree. We're still going GONNA. Be Locally source of farm to table, but I will not be done the high end stuff either. I think. We're going to be. More like Easter wish and again more more approachable, more horrible for people to get them back into the swing of bill, and then maybe we'll see what happens in the fall. You anything positive will come out of. This situation depending when it comes to Your Business I. mean all the Industry Yeah I. Mean Like I think that. If we can make it through this, we can make it through anything. I think one thing that I've realized is that. It's pretty incredible when you think. You know everybody your fed this idea your whole life more is better bigger is better, you know he expanding. Keep multiplying. No like you can still be successful running a business with a couple people on maybe doing thirty dinner night, instead of two hundred and fifty in tonight, and I think it was a real eye opener for me that like you know I was talking to another friend of mine. Who has a paper company who I used for ordering an I've been working with? With him for probably like fifteen years, and it's funny because we were both like we got rid of so much staff, you know we're still running a successful business. Obviously, we have to pick up a little bit more slack and he said same for me. He goes I got rid of all these different people in financing and accounting offices, and he said. His lawyer said to or his his actual accountant said to him. You know what you got fat and Lazy because he runs. Well off business that he hired a bunch of people to do on his work for him, and it just goes to show. You can still get it all done with less people. You know I think that that's maybe a positive way to look at it and I think like. You know I think every day. It's like the most important thing that I can do every single day. Is. Don't get me wrong some days. It's hard and some days. Unfortunately I can't. Because you know this is extremely challenging. Probably the hardest thing I've ever had to go through in my professional career, if not my life I always start each day with being grateful with coming from a place of positivity with being thankful for what I have not coming from a place of lack and I think like if you have that mentality light, it's GonNa. GonNa get you so much farther than being a Debbie Downer all its high that complaining about everything so i. think like reinforces my practice of gratitude. It's ironic because she does nailed it Leah. I cannot agree with you more. It's like we had such a good staff, but I minimized its mendaciously and you can do so much with a little staff and still provide great food service, and it's unfortunate. Some people won't be coming back. As I said at the beginning of this. This is a business and you want to survive there. Another thing too is. One at. This thing with right attuned everything. Someone always asked me. How are you today? I always say well I. Woke up today Dome in a good mood. So. I woke up the. I'M GONNA give. I think that's how you have to. Really because you know what's GonNa be thrown at you? I mean local we. RUN THROUGH THE LAST THREE MONTHS We all know that this going to get this crazy. No, but I think we have the second opportunity. To really recreate what we all started I think that means is the blessed that we have that opportunity again. So before we go into ninety final parts, you know the road which is. The rapid fire questions I always ask the question from the chef to come up with a suggestion how a home cook and can prepare you know a specific dish at home and then sold the three of us. We talked about like the Burger or slider, and that's the season moment abuse abusively. So. How can you maybe we start with you, Sam? How would you suggest home to make like a burger at home with maybe a some twist? Style, a Burger, O. while. Burger home I like to have a Nice Burger A. Seasoning on one side and serious. Ns like steak, the bills at cross. Mom I kind of seasoning. Do you put Oh, I have a little seasoning that I mean it's. A ground fennel see that hosted salt pepper and dried time. Season like that and then seared up. That, on very simple I'm a huge Swiss guy. Why bring in grier cheese GNOCCHI on the French higher end, Swiss, and keep that one. No that one. The. You can find local lettuce. Tomatoes are especially New Jersey which. Up. Yep. Now if you were a huge fan of slam witch, we make this red onion. Jam brings his sweet. Are Nothing the Burger for balanced. You could be google recipe red onion jammed, but that that's pretty much sums up my burger and you can't go wrong with the bar. And do you put like any if you don't use the sweets onion jammed. Do you put any sauce in there? I do not at all now I. personal is a personal thing, i. As Yemeni, you yeah. Mustard. How My Burger? Any pickles any kind of. Painting Nope nope pickles okay. The side. Okay. What about you? How do you prepared? You suggested? Pay Burger with. You know. Style. Now you're gonNA. Make me give you all my secrets. Lever this. This is why I had you on the podcast. Just. Just one secrets doesn't have to be oreo secrets. I worked in a restaurant a long time ago. I, was maybe I? Don't know twenty one maybe twenty two it was. I know. That's that's another. That's another. That's another conversation anyway. A couple years ago I worked in the restaurant in the city and they had a double cheeseburger on their venue. I thought that the Burger was really good. And the reason why it was really good was because they they had A vinaigrette that they tossed the lettuce and. That kind of always stuck in my mind so for me I loved the. Toss the Greens in Vinegar. I feel like the acid waking up the burger, because like the beef Isto. kind of rich and fatty that it cuts through it, and it also brightens the whole thing up so I would say that remains definitely put a vinaigrette on their full disclosure. I actually hate mayonnaise. It's probably like my worst food fear, unless yes, unless you are making it in the restaurant so like we make all of our. Outside so I love like an alien like in Madison on the Burger. We have a French onion. Bailey it is effing delicious. It's so good. I think Nellie for me and I like a toasted Bun I think it's patterns like. What kind of Burger are you having? Maybe it's on an English muffin. That's toasted. Maybe it's on Brioche, nice and soft buttery. Maybe it's like a really hardy, but a burger and you need it on a kaiser roll that I could like. You got a nice little crunch on the outside, but it's holding everything on the inside I think it kind of depends what your Burger has, but I think Sam got the most important thing, right? Zero on that. Burger seasoning liberally on cast iron that little baby? Let's get away from the grill. Get the grope sear that happy on Quanta and you're. You're good to go, so that being said I treated my saw this year to a three foot flattop to my house. Low. The inside pain out that the outside propane. Juna, it's unbelievable. I recommend every chef. Get one for their house. By a wreck. Unbelievable. Great. Okay cool. Okay so let's finish with a series of rapid question because you guys have been very patient with me. Who Stay quite a bit on the recording here so how you wine or beer? Wine both. Rose all day right now rose they all day. Rosy right now. In front of me as we speak if I. Last night I would be having one right now, too. So because of your, both of you of your roots. Are you pizza pastor? I'm eat the the hands down. Okay I gotta say. Let's say. Pasta I half that ASTA. Manual. That's a good one. Yeah, there's a good one looking at your current menu, not the one you had before the economy that you have. What's your favorite dish on your current menu? I'm going to go with the grilled salmon. We just changed it. Up has like a Korean barbecue. glaze over him, G Brown rice, and it has the really nice fresh cucumber salad on top and I think it's delicious nutritious satisfying I. Love It some right now. My favorite thing on the menu will rob this. Have a menu. I Say Okay Okay we before. Halibut fishing ships. Wow with. With Dr Hickama Slaw Aren And we did each chuckled potato wedges. What's the best thing to eat that? He's deep fried. For you. Like ever ever. I have my answer. I'm going French fries. Swear to God housing say French fries. Glamour scratched in Rosemary Orange Prize what's the best decision yet? You have taken during the quarantine or depending major stay open. Yeah I would agree. Leeann what's your favorite guilty pleasure food? Oh my God. My favorite, guilty pleasure food, maybe like at the end of the night. Nice couple scoops of Ben and Jerry's depending on. It depends what the mood is for the flavor which. Cherry Garcia May. American cone. You know maybe what what is the one. Jimmy Fallon with us. Chocolate covered potato chips. It depends it depends. What about you? Some like I have too many of them. Actually know this. This is guilty or not, but like I. A ton of L. A. M.. I'm a True Jersey got oh my gosh, my yes. Though I I. Yeah think so. You could have if I can I mean you know because it seems that you eat a lot of fried chicken. He's right. Okay. That's a good point. Because honestly I'm not a big sweet guy, and I, I'm just. I'm more of a cured meats like I, said like many cured meats. God Cheer, that's probably why yeah latkes! down. Would be. That will be a plate of. Cheese board with a nice well cooked beget. That would be my. Guilty pleasure! You can leave me alone with this good. Right now. So if I come to your respective house, the moment I opened the fridge. So what candyman do you have just Kimchi cow as a condiment, surely l.. M. She can. She okay came she for you. And what about you, Sam? I actually. I'm obsessed worst reddish. have a homey horseradish mustard only. I put everything. Okay? Can we burger. Good furger. Remember thinking and probably apply up. So now, let's question sweats. Your biggest pet peeves in the kitchen. Start Question for you that. I hate when people don't answer me. I hate where they have to ask the same thing twice. My biggest pet PEEVE I. Mind is. I don't mind if people are late. Five thing you're on time, you're late so. You Need Five ten minutes early at least. But Short. Short your DNA. Talion things sons German to me. Is. I have no. It's communication. Of all, and so may young people. These days think it's okay. But it's not okay. Okay the communications to me really drives me crazy. All absence of it. Yeah, so both of you thank you so much for being two guests. You know on the show some for reaching out to the. To Hover joining our. That was there was fantastic. Thank you, thank you. Thank you. Thank you manual? Oh, honestly. I have such respect for Lia like beyond what she does her capability she is. She's the first person I thought we. We started talking about this. Because I, always know. See Her from afar. Yeah, I just thought you'd be great. The feeling is mutual. I'm so proud of you. Sam I'm so proud of what you're doing and. I mean like look at us. An open and running. I hope you love this episode with the two chefs from New Jersey who pivoted their business right at the beginning of the quarantine. If you did please share, the podcast flavors unknown with a friend or a colleague. It will take you on a two minutes I know I this every week, but this is really important. Because word of mouth is the best way to add more dishonest to the show, you can find the show notes of this episode on the website flavors, unknown dot com, peaceful os on Instagram, twitter and facebook. Flavors unknown in two weeks my next episode. We'll be very special one I. Am a member of this club which is chief, Marketing Officer Club I was supposed to be at their south by southwest clubhouse in March in Austin. I should've have recorded a live panel discussion with my dear friend chef, honoring the Tara from the Famines Hotel. We are going to focus on leadership and more especially on. How can managers learn from top shifts about leadership? Leadership Mix sure to subscribe to the show because you do not want to miss that episode, I see you in two weeks, and until then remember that people who love to eat are always the best people face for this thing to flavors known. 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"The Spring Fairy Boat Show" from Martin & Sylvia: Saturdays!

Sparkle Stories Podcast

19:39 min | 4 months ago

"The Spring Fairy Boat Show" from Martin & Sylvia: Saturdays!

"Hello this is David of sparkle stories and welcome to the podcast here in Texas. Spring has actually been springing for a while now and though the spring flowers might not be blooming up north quite yet. I have a spring story for you. That will certainly get you in the mood. It is from our Martin and Sylvia series and it is called Spring Ferry Boat. Show enjoy spring fairy boat show. Martin and Sylvia live in Toll House with lots of windows from their second story loft bedroom they can see their entire back yard with the. Tall Maple and oak trees on one side and the horse fence that borders the browns farm on the other along. The back of their yard is a stand of Birch and willow trees that line. A slow moving brooke brother and sister play in this Brooke all year. Long catching crayfish. In the summer building ferry houses in the autumn harvesting ice in the winter and enjoying the mud in the spring it was the beginning of spring where Martin and Sylvia live and after a very long and cold winter. The warmer weather was very welcome. Indeed it was raining now. Instead of snowing in the mix of the rain and the melting snow filled up there brooke to overflowing after several days of rain brother and sister were very excited when they woke up one morning to see sunshine filling their bedroom. I want to go outside said Sylvia immediately. What do you want to do? Asked Martin Make very houses said Sylvia with a nod. The fairies need spring houses. The winter ones are probably really dirty and crumbly wanted to help Martin Cock his head and said I kind of want to climb the spruce trees I McKay said Sylvia as she pulled out her mourning. Clothes I'll get started and you can help later. Brother and sister asked if they could explore a little before breakfast and Momma said with a smile. Great I'll call. When breakfast is ready. They got dressed in their rain. Clothes and muck boots and hats and headed into the soggy backyard. The bright morning sunshine made the ground sparkling Sylvia could see signs of spring everywhere. There were blades of green grass poking out of the Golden and Brown everywhere. She saw a few daffodil leaves sticking out to the muddy garden soil and then overhead. She spotted a V of geese returning north on their long flight from the south everything she saw made her smile and filled her with a bubbly joyful energy. She squished squashed along the short muddy trail to the Brooke and then stopped by one of the larger birch trees to marvel at the water. There was so much water. The brook looked like a slow moving shallow pond with a swift current in the middle there were rocks and logs that poked out of the water surface and she stepped carefully along their tops to see more clearly as she held onto too thin willow trees and stood on a wide flat rock. She quietly watched the water eased by. She could see where they built a rock wall last autumn and the tops of a few rock ferry houses but almost all their other creations were either underwater or had been washed away in the current. Sylvia squatted down to look at the water around her and saw that it was shallow. She could walk in the water without reaching the top of her muck boots but she was happy on the Rock. She saw stones and little spring plants under the water and then noticed a few tiny bugs swimming around life. It was exciting to see. She said happy. Springtime little thingies still squatting. She looked up at the water again and noticed a little leaf floating by it moved steadily and turned slightly as it floated. It looked like a tiny boat easing. Its way down a wide river. She continued to watch the little leaf. When another larger leaf caught her attention. It was a beech tree leaf. She thought because it was the shape of a teardrop and it was golden yellow. She remembered when Martin had shown her different leaves. Last autumn she watched the Golden Leaf approach and saw that it had something on. Its back as it floated closer. She could see that it was an acorn cap. A little acorn cap sitting in the middle of the leaf. It was like a passenger. This delighted Sylvia and she immediately thought that it might be some kind of fairy invention special ferry raft that used beech trees for the boat and ACORN caps for seats. Sylvia immediately wanted to make her own and looked around for leaves. That might work. She found a brown oak. Leaf and yellowish maple leaf and a thin dirty gold coloured birch tree leaf then as she returned down the path a few steps she found a small dried red berry and a few fissile. Burs do you want to go on a ferry boat she asked the Berry. And the thistles you do okay. Let's go try these boats out. She hopped along the rocks and logs again until she reached the same wide flat rock in organized her leaves the Berry went on the oak leaf and the maple and Birch leaves each. This'll then carefully gently. She eased one after the other into the water. Right about then. Martin arrived ready to help make ferry houses. Whoa he said when he saw the water. It's all flooded. Sylvia didn't respond because she was watching her ferry boats float. What are you doing? He asked as he joined her on the wide flat rock. I made ferry boats. She said as she pointed to the leaves. They're carrying things. Wow said Martin as he watched them float the oak leaf moved very slowly but the maple leaf found the current and increased speed the beach leaf dropped the thistle and then got caught in swirling Eddie along the side. I'll bet tree bark will go faster. Said Martin WanNa have ferry boat races. Sylvia hesitated sometimes. She enjoyed races and competitions. But this time I just like making them. She said you can make them and then we can race them said. Martin trying to convince her. I WANNA see which ones go faster. I like very boats that carry fairies said Sylvia still resistant to the idea of racing. But I really WanNa race said Martin who started to look around for materials. It'll be fun. We can each make a few boats and then you can choose which ones of yours you WANNA race. Sylvia didn't want to race but she also liked it when Martin played with her and she thought if they raced then he would play with their okay said Sylvia great said Martin and the two of them started to look for materials after a few minutes. Momma called them in for breakfast and they hopped along the logs and rocks back to the path. Brother and sister brought the bark and leaves in little sticks along with them and put them on the back porch table before coming inside. We're going to build ferry. Boats said Sylvia when she came inside the waters really big. Then we're gonNA raise them said Martin with a big smile. I think that the heavier boats might go faster. But I'm not sure Sylvia's side softly after he said this and then she came to the kitchen counter looking a little sad. Do you not want to make very boat. Sylvia asked Mama as she placed bowl of warm porridge with butter before her. Kinda said Sylvia. Not sure how to say this. It's just Martin really wants to race. It'll be fun said Martin. We can each make a bunch of boats and then race them like an experiment to see which boats go faster syllabi aside again and Mama asked. Would you rather not race? Sylvia looked quickly over at Martin and felt torn. She didn't want to disappoint him but she also didn't want to raise. I just like to make them. She said softly I liked him. Make boats that can carry fairies Said Mama so Martin wants to build fast boats and you want to build boats that can carry a lot of passengers. Yeah said Sylvia. Who brightened a little? Those can still race said Martin quickly they can but Sylvia wouldn't be building them for speed she would be building them for space. There's lots of reasons to build a boat. I'd go for looks said Daddy. As he came in from the bedroom I would build a very pretty boat with a tall sale. And maybe a masthead definitely one of those big steering wheels and if I was building about said Mama who narrowed her is a little in thought. I would try to see what kind could carry the most weight. It's kind of like what Martin wants to do but instead of speed I would be looking at strength but who would race me asked Martin with a frown. Will you would said Mama you would build boats for speed and see which of your boats is the fastest Sylvia would build for space and comfort and daddy would build for looks and form and I would build for strength and steadiness. Do you know what this is starting to sound like asked daddy what asked brother and sister? A boat show said daddy where people show off their boats. Some are showing for speed. Some for looks some for comfort and some four power probably other reasons to a boat. Show Ferry Boat Show said. Sylvia the first spring ferry boat show said Martin who is now excited about the idea. Will you build boats to asked Sylvia looking at Mama and daddy definitely said Daddy who was already imagining? What kind of boat to build? Sounds Fun added Momma but you have to use only natural things said Martin leaves and Bark and things that you find in the yard. Okay we already got some things said Sylvia pointing to the back porch great said Mama. Yeah said Daddy who chewed his breakfast and was quiet as he continued to think about what he was going to make for the rest of breakfast. They exchanged ideas and made a plan for finding more materials. I think those red saplings by the compost would be good suggested. Daddy I'll need a fair amount of Birchbark said Mama I wonder if there's any more milkweed pods considered Sylvia. I'm going to use my whittling knife to carve the bark stated Martin. When breakfast was over and everyone helped clean up. They all quickly dressed in outside clothes and went out. It was warmer now and the air smelled so fresh. The birds were singing several songs and flying overhead back and forth between the trees and the bird feeder. Everyone was in a bright cheerful springtime mood. Daddy gathered several saplings and dried stalks of grass and grain while Mama focused on bark and dried flower stems. Martin sat next to the back deck table and whittled thick piece of old bark and Sylvia focused on leaves and tiny twigs using mud to stick pieces together. They worked quietly all morning taking a quick break for a snack and then building building and building some are they mainly worked on their own boats but regularly helped each other out his well. Sylvia wanted to connect to leaves and daddy suggested that she used a bit of thin grapevine to tie them together. Mama was having trouble binding together. Some sticks and Martin suggested using some lengths of inner bark from his piece and they worked very well. Finally boats were complete Martin and Sylvia had each built a number of boats while Mama built to and Daddy had built only one. They carefully carried them all to the Brooke. Mama and Martin were in charge of launching while Daddy and Sylvia watched and described the boats as they passed by the first annual spring. Ferry Boat Show has begun called out Martin happily everyone else clapped and then watched as Martin put Sylvia's boats in I. There were eight little boats in total and they were all made of leaves twigs and bits of Bark. Each boat carried at least one passenger berries. Seeds few small pine cones the one even carried a stone they swirled weaved and both daddy and Sylvia clapped as they floated by have a good trip called Sylvia with a big smile then they looked back up to see Martin Carefully Pudding Daddy's boat into the water. It was big and it was a little heavy made from several sticks tied together dome of Bark over the top. He decorated it with dried flower. Stalks and several Rhododendron leaves. The boat was buried. Fancy indeed but not so good at floating. Martin pushed it along a few times but then it simply sank down and let the water run through it. Built for beauty. Said Daddy with a giggle. But not so sea-worthy let's put it up on that rock over there so fairies can admire. The craftsmanship suggested Mama who helped Martin place the lovely vote on another flat. Rock nearby. Mama's boats went next and she followed alongside placing pine cones and small pebbles acorns on top. Her Boat Woven Bark was able to carry the most and Mama was very pleased carried a lot more than I thought it could. She said pulling it out of the water. I'm going to work on it. Some more and see if having to supports on either side might help. Now my turn announced Martin. Sylvia came over to help him and she martin and Mama readied six boats total at the starting line mark set go said Martin and then all six boats were in the water right from the beginning. Three of them shot out front. One of them started to spin and another stood still and another sank down under the water. Martin's sloshed in the Brook to follow the three and cold out. I think that small bark one in the middle will win. I'm for the red stick. One called Daddy go white furry one called Sylvia looking at the one with little wisps of White Paper Birchbark on. Its back. The three bobbed and swirled and soon it was down to the small maple bark boat in the furry paper Birch Boat. They were side by side. When suddenly the White Birch started to spin the thick small bark boat than crossed the Finish Line Daddy's feet and everyone cheered the winner called Daddy. I knew it would be the small bark one because it was heavier than the others said. Martin racing to scoop it up and then he turned and asked. Can we do it again? I need some more time to work on mine said Mama and I need to make some more said Sylvia an I need to figure out how to make mine float said Daddy. We could talk about it during lunch. Suggested Mama and as the four walked toward the back porch. They appreciated the boats each other made and offered some more ideas about building the next group and then sat down for lunch feeling excited and inspired about their new spring tradition. The ferry boat show this has been an original story by sparkle stories of sparkle stories dot com copyright. Two thousand fourteen. We hope you enjoyed it.

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Ep 4: Doree Shafrir and Kate Spencer

Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

41:23 min | 8 months ago

Ep 4: Doree Shafrir and Kate Spencer

"Hi everyone welcome back to another week of. Gee thanks just bought it the podcast about what we just bought and what you need to buy next. I'm Caroline Moss this episode. We are joined by some very special guests My producers of this podcast and people. You probably already know the host of the best podcast ever ever forever. thirty-five Kate Dory. Hi guys how. Hello Hi so. I'm very excited that we're doing this. It feels like we're in a bravo. TV show and Andy Cohen's like backing up some new like series that we don't know about it and all of a sudden we're like three episodes in realizing we're watching totally different show. I feel like we're doing that right now. And I'm really excited and mostly because I love forever thirty I five and so doing this podcast with you. Guys is a huge dream. Come true and mostly I'm just pumped to see what you guys brought today so as you all know if it's your first first time tuning in Each week a guest comes and they bring a product that they bought recently or maybe they didn't buy it recently but it's a product that they love the product that they didn't spend a ton kind of money on and it's a product that they think changed her life We talk about it a little bit and today we have two guests. So we're GONNA start with Dory Dory what'd you bring okay. I brought got some flame loose candles. Okay Air I bought. I brought the candle and precious. Hombre design pillar real wax flame Lewis candles with auto timer feature set of five in buttercream. whoa wait unreal wax real wax? Flame Lewis Candles. Okay so tell me more about this. You said because I know that you had you who had messaged me Kinda wondering which item you should bring in. You said that this was Kate's recommendation. So Kato initially turned me onto the whole world of blameless candles okay. I didn't know there was a world. So please turn me on is welcome to my World Carolina. I mean I had just been using regular old candles also my whole life. Essentially the thing about regular candles. is they disappear yeah they go away and then it doesn't disappear. The wax just gets all over other sex gets all over your stuff and then you also have to worry about setting your house on fire and honestly I don't want to worry about that example. I have other stuff afterwards. Kate was like hello. I use blameless candles in addition you also use regular candles. Well yes but you. You were like flaming flame of candles are awesome. You also introduced the concept of a fake Christmas tree. I mean I knew that they existed but I didn't realize that they could look so good and then I saw one at your house and I was like your tree is so nice and you're like it's fake and now we have a fake Christmas tree and amy not to make this a forever. Thirty five crossover episode here but nobody is both of these things. But it's exactly the kind of is both of these things. I got at Costco the fake Christmas tree and the fake candles. It all comes back to Costco with my heart shaped like a big box store anyway during carrying I'm I'm with you. I will. I wanted to so I also have Christmas tree because I was burned Not Literally burned by putting up a real L. Tree and then on December fifteenth two years ago having to take it out and put it on the curb because it had died and I don't toe I mean unless you're like Griswald ing it and you're going down to cut it down yourself how long these trees have been out of the forest so I started doing a fake one and also just because the the fire hazard of it all did make me kind of nervous. Yeah did you did you start doing Fake Christmas trees and and flames candles. Because you are service or because you were like this is too much work and it couldn't be both well it's also money saving Fa- I think are fake. Christmas tree cost two hundred dollars. It can have. You can switch the lights between white and color and we've used it now for probably five years and I think if you buy a Christmas tree that is an actual living tree. It's at least eighty bucks so it really has paid itself back and I and you know I was a diehard real tree person but in California. It's it's especially dry. We we try to real tree it just. It died very quickly so this just feels so you don't have to put the lights on yourself. No income is pre less comes pre lit. Oh forget it. It's best that's awesome. You press the button depending on your mood. You're like today. I want it to be you know Rainbow E. Let's go just press the button but what about watched you miss. You guys miss the smell no because you can get a Christmas centered Kim culture because you can buy the Balsam Fir candlish uh-huh and put all of your fate candles around it exactly that so. How many so? I'm looking right now. I Know Kate. You said you got yours at Costco. I did a quick Google. I found the first. The thing that came up was Twenty bucks for six candles in a remote at bed bath and beyond How many of these you have? So I just have the one set the set of five. And I got like a seance situation where they are all over your house on remote control kind of name right right I will say I have brought them into the bathroom with me to take a bath and turned up the lights. Just turn on the candles. Yes and it and it's like going on a date with yourself that lasts forever. Because they're the candles will not burn out. Yeah exactly exactly. They're great and they. And they flicker which is like a nice touch. Wait wait what do you mean. Like they have. Like a flicker setting yeah like they don't. They're not just like on like these so this is in the description. I don't ask me how this works. But it says this company the Candle Impressions Patented Realistic Wick and Proprietary led flicker technology star. So it does. This is like shark tank. This is like something that like. Someone was like. We're making this. Yeah and it's our. Yeah okay so it's not just like you have an orb you have something that's like actually flickering really yes and it is nice. Warm glow a really really like these candles. I love that and I'm looking at pictures right now. And it's making me think that I got married inside and my venue was all wood and I know I had a lot. It was like a wooden barn like structure was the Bell House in New York which But we China candles and now I'm thinking I wonder if any of them real oh probably I wonder if like a floor like this is like a like a florist trick garlic Yeah 'cause like there were a lot of cans and and I was kind of wandering like is this safe and now I bet looking at the picture and it's reminding me of like some of my wedding photos like I. I bet this is what they use. Yes genius genius. I bet they use that. You can also get scented candles of wall. That's crazy did flames candles yeah But does the does. Is the scent ever wear out Great Question Carolina. I don't know because the thought of scented candles felt weird to me so I've okay. Bought Incentives I. I appreciate that you have a line inobound. Do you have the ones that are like so you have the pillar ones yet and it looks like they all sort of our like fake smelted down to sizes The ones that I got fake melted down. But they're not. They're not different sizes but they're they come in two different sizes sizes so it's a set of five okay and two of them are six inches and three of them are four inches call. I'm going to have to like I'm looking at and you in case you bought yours at Costco Dory. Where'd you buy your about mine on Amazon Amazon? Okay crate and barrel has ones. I'm looking right now. That are like birch like White Birch branch look. You can get real classy ones. I'M GONNA fill my home with these and scare the daylights Outta my cats I'm I'm so excited under you and Dan to experience the joy aflame all these great yes. They've a timer timer and the remote control. I'm very excited remote control. Anything as a child was so exciting to me and I don't think that that Like sort of joy joy and glee has worn off so like that to have candles on a remote control feels rich like that makes me feel wealthy. It's fancy it is really fancy the small thing you can do to feel more fancy kate. How many do you have? No I think we have maybe eight I think I think I bought them individually on Amazon and then I saw the box set costco and knew I loved them and bought them and I use them just especially on the holidays or or in the winter to kind of create a real cozy vibe in the house it is It is so nice. It's so cozy has especially. You don't have a working fireplace all right very funny that that you guys are both La la people like really sounding desperate to make. Your House is very cosy. You can just come back to New York where it's cold and that'll do all the work for Oreo and the heat won't be working and you'll feel cozy right away Is it now as someone who's about to go to L. A.. And move to La am. Am I gonNA need these candles to New York defy winter a fine my house asap probably and Carolina will also tell you. It rained here in Los Angeles yesterday. I was like Oh. It's so cozy. I love to stay indoors all day. Yeah put put on your candles. I did candles and have I should have made soup but I did get to wear my fleece amazing amazing. Yeah Promise. Slippers is great. I I'm telling you this is the thing that I will miss. The most about New York is like cozy ambiance. Because I live for this I have to get these scandals like asap so that I can like live with them in December and then you move them with me so how much what. What's the price price point that we're talking about here okay? Nameless led candles. Like where like. So I look in the past so I got this set for thirty three dollars now I did. I did do a little research before I purchase these. I did really want some realistic looking ones. I also wanted the auto timer feature And I wanted real wax so all of those you know they they they raise the price a tiny bit. Okay but I believe you can get them for like you could get a set for probably twenty bucks. Yeah it looks like I'm just doing like a it. It seems very popular right now because every sort of like pottery barn crate and barrel Bed Bath and beyond. They're all selling them. And the price ranges from like nineteen ninety eighty nine two at bed bath and beyond to like a pretty identical looking set for eighty dollars at pottery barn which I would say. I'm clicking on the link. You just see what these are offering like. What do these things do that? Jonny L. Everson doesn't but I guess would you say like if you've paid over thirty five dollars you've paid too much or like if you've paid like over thirty bucks or over forty bucks whereas where would be the line for like how much Oh you guys would pay for another set. This felt like the line for me like like thirty dollars feels like a lot. Well Yeah So. I don't think I would pay more than that. Yeah I don't know I'm looking at the description on the pottery. Barn Website Pottery Barn. Why are you selling these eighty dollars? And it's a limited. Oh my God. It's a limited time offer. The ninety nine dollars is crossed out. That's excessive send you the link this. I'm like I'm going to ask them and start. Start a twitter fight That's crazy and it's exact same description that you're describing so okay fine the deal you guys by eighty dollars version of the ninety dollars version daughter. Darn well I think that's a really good. That's really good recommendation. And I'm one thousand percent putting them in my cart Anything else. We should know. I mean. There's really no downside. No downtime no downside do you miss regular candles or do you still burn regular still have regular kindles especially scented ones but I will say like every time I burn a regular candle. I'm like Oh this like it's just it's just messier also. I am burning fewer scented candles. That have a baby because it's not great great to have scented candles around babies apparently great for any of us. Oh great well. I'm definitely down the wrong path. Then because I burns domini scented candles really grank so I guess scented candles can be my vice. When I remember coming over your house last last year and sometimes you'll be burning particular into Kendall's and I would get like almost like almost allergic? There's certain candles that I have reactions. It's too now. I will say that my favorite candles not one of them. But it doesn't mean that it's not bad for you but yes. There was a recent study so I that just came out in the news about the Senate released from candles and so I do feel like this is a wonderful way to get the atmosphere of without. I don't think one totally that's EH feels right. I mean also just like and going back to the Christmas tree paying for itself like really nice scented candles that actually actually Fill the room with the sense that you want end up being really expensive. Yeah like they can make forty dollars. Sometimes they only or like fifty dollars or like don't even let me start on dip TC but like burn for that long and then when they're gone it's almost like you burned money I don't know Lewis Carroll is feels I wanna try it I just need to shut out the one true scented candle which is cozy nights from target. It is ten dollars off cozy nights. I I'm sorry I can't talking about it on every platform that I have I that does not fill the room. I love cozy nights from target. I buy every time the the weather changes I go running to target and by up their big tumblers of cozy nights and also flannel. flannels pretty good. A little similar to cozy night's not exactly the same and I buy their Christmas tree smelling candle handle I feel like did you talk about cozy nights on forever thirty five at one point like times. Okay Great Because I remember it was kind of in the beginning to because someone. It started a conversation in my group. Chat with my friends like someone was like for thirty five recommended Cozy Nights and and I'm like at target and there's like twelve night by them all and like obviously the answer is yes so you should be getting some stock in the success of Cozine I mean and I would just take the camp. I bought six recently. These might sell out five six cozy nights in my living right now. It's like the Seinfeld episode the sponge you have like the closet full of cozy night's Cozy Nana's my sponge. Kate what did you what. What item did you bring that you? You can't live without okay so this is my best friend item. It's the item that I am always. They always have it in hand. I bring it everywhere with me. If I ever lusted I would have a a real meltdown. It is my hydro flask. Thirty two ounce. Tumbler with specifically the Straw. Tumbler Lid so this draw. It basically looks like a giant big Gulp from from seven eleven shirt as I just google the picture of it yes and now I do want to say this is a pricier item for a water bottle you can get cheaper water bottles. How much did you pay for it? Forty dollars thirty nine ninety five and then the Leonid comes separately in the latest. Looks like is twelve dollars dollars and ninety five cents so this is an investment purchase. Which is why? I'm so scared of losing it right but I will say did you have this pre visco girl thing I've had hydro flask for a couple years. I think they make the original VISCO girl I. Yeah that's me forty year old VISCO girl. I've had them for a while there. The water bottles that my kids bring to school. They're just super durable and they last really well the only downside is if you lose them. You're losing and investment water bottle and so that is something I have that constant fear that you're gonNA lose the item because you love it and also because of the price but I will say this is is the best water carrier I have ever owned. I love it because it is big. But it's easy to to lug around. It fits in the Cup holder of a car. A lot of that is so important. Yeah see a lot of is bigger hydro flask. Water bottles story has one at the table right right now. I don't think the thirty trump's regular ones fit in an actual cupholder. Kate does not okay and I find it very annoying. Yeah that is really annoying. Which is why Tumbler fits in cupholder? So I would have gotten the tumbler door. Look maybe for for the holidays. Pick one up for you is real. This is really big hydro flask like now you have to get multiple ones for various you know cup holders. This is like their big way to get you to spend money it can be a bit of a spiral downward spiral if you will but I find that this has been. I've bought a bunch of different water bottles. This above all is the best like my husband spend even took a sip out of it recently. We had like left it in the car for six hours and the hot California Sun and he was like. Wow this thing really keeps the water cold like if you put ice in it the ice will be in your cup all day it. Just oh wow keeps things really hot. Keeps cold drinks cold for up to twenty four hours in in hot drinks hot for up to six hours and the LID. I have found like it's not. It's obviously not a leak. Proof lid is a straw but but it doesn't like I've never had a big spill. This thing fell off the roof of my car. I drove away with it on the roof car. It fell off in a parking garage and it is undaunted. I mean so durable and I drink. It really helps me to drink water. I think just the fact that the straw is there in your face. He's like your enclosing it. You're just constantly sipping it so normally drink three to four of these a day which means I'm getting you know ninety two hundred hundred and something ounces of water a day you fill it up four times a day. At least I'm an obsessive hydrated so this place to my yeah. We talked about this over email. You don't like water I don't like what don't you like about water. It doesn't taste like anything to me. I don't I like it okay. I don't like okay so here I mean I I have. I have publicly stated so mel magazine Dot Com did a whole piece on hydro hydro haters last year and I was like oh my gosh like holly and hydro haters people who don't like water and there are a few of us out in the world and I have been like this since I was a kid like my mom remembers taking me to the doctor when I was to the doctor being like. She's so dehydrated like she needs more water under water I don't drink it like I can go days without drinking. At least forgetting I know I know I know my my my parents are listening. You're mad at me My husband's listening. He's mad at me what do you think. What do you treat Diet Pepsi like? I'm a I'm a horrible horrible horrible horrible I will say though that like because I don't drink alcohol I associate water with like being in a bar because that's what I drank wine at the bar. She'll like anytime. I walk into a bar. Various very thirsty for water and so I'll have like two or three glasses at a bar but I never Am in the habit of like getting up and like filling up a glass us Of Water in my house. And then just like having it and so the closest that I got to this after I went on buzzfeed's Amdi MDM morning show And came out and I'm making the quote signs with my hands came out a hydro hater and like the host screamed at me My friend Emily Flake Shaker. Who I think you've now recommended the BUBBA Cup which is not the same? As the hydrophobic. It's not as fancy it costs. It's like eight dollars but it's massive and it has a massive silicon Straw and so you get more water into your body faster And for like a few weeks I was doing really well and then stopped But I just I don't know I don't want it and like what's funny is that but I forget that I don't i. I certainly don't know what being actually hydrated feels like so like the very few times in my life that I have been one hundred percent hydrated. I've felt amazing and haven't known why so. There was a time when I had to go to the hospital. And they put an IV VN me and it wasn't because I was dehydrated something else and they put an IV of water in me. They gave me fluids and like twenty minutes later. I was like I feel so good like this. Feels like what is this. Iv those and they were like it's water. And I was like I've never felt that. Listen so I'm trying. I'm trying hard but will this this. Be The thing that makes me drink the water. Like that's what I need and also I don't like very cold water because I have sensitive teeth so it needs to be rim. Well one thing you could do is just fill. It will keep its temperature. You could even fill it with like a light warm water. I Love Luke warm water in the morning with lemon and this mouse heap that not that warm temperature now. I think as a person who is the opposite of a hydro hater. I'm like a hydro obsessive Hydra File. I'm a hydro you should see how much water I bring onto a plane. It's like ninety ounces much. Are you peeing during the day. Like how our our you want. You're supposed to get up every hour our to move your body to say to counteract the like the way chairs or hurting our bones so eight you know. Water solves all problems. But I think in having this giant water bottle in front of you especially with the Straw there is little effort needed. It's a constant reminder and yeah I bring this with me everywhere I travel with it. I bring it in the car with me. Bring it to any recording or work thing it is she does. Yeah it is always with me which is why I'm so afraid of losing it. That's not a habit you had to build right. I mean that's just something. If you've been like that where you like that in high school realized that as a kid relate that in college you know. I've always carried a water bottle because I come come from a long line of Massachusetts hippies where it was cool to hold have analogy in bottle if I was GONNA say and now gene with like a fish sticker on that is how I that is me I know yeah I know you're kind but I I have made a more concerted effort to one be drinking more water and to also just have my own water bottle with me especially traveling. Travelling's I'm not buying you know buying water. It's as you know at the airport. It saves money saves a little bit of plastic so it has been a it has been an effort of the past. It's like five years to find my water bottle and I've gone through so many plans question. Kate history when you have that water bottle in your bag. Doug how does it not spill. I find it just kind of I two things one. I often just hold it in my bag on my shoulder. Like if I'm going into a store storer I'm often holding it but it just kind of stands upright in my back. My bag is not big enough that this is flopping over now what I put this next computer in a tote. No but I don't put any water next to computers anymore because I've destroyed too many electronics with the hydro hitters. Don't have that problem. There's never any water near any electronics. But their bodies their bodies tried out. Yeah well you can just say your bodies dried out as it is So we'll okay so this is interesting. The the biggest problem that I have the BUBBA COP. That's making me think I should order. A Hydro Flask is that it doesn't fit in my cupholder And thus it makes it really difficult to get in the habit of just bringing it everywhere with me. Even though I feel I had I had to. At one point one designers China sat next to my bed and one. I left my office that I wouldn't have to like talk back and forth and they were really cheap. They're like nine dollars But I just looked up on Amazon to the of such a thing exists and there are are there cupholder expanders That you can put in your it. Looks like you put them in your cupholder. And then they just make a couple of bigger like higher. This is news I can use right so I'm thinking like maybe I don't need the forty dollar water about. Ah I just need the water. I mean it's very clear that is that's the most of the water but I think that maybe the solution for me is trying to take take what I have and making it more portable. Because what I'm hearing from you is that it's more about the fact that you are attached to this thing and that's why it's like it's very. It's like a very convenient thing for you. Yes I love it it just it just works it holds up. It's just like my I want to say it's my best friend but it really does come with me. You know how like Paris Hilton used to carry a tiny dog around and four. This is a tiny dog and I have a tiny dog and she doesn't come with me everywhere. The water bottle is a tiny dog. Are Your kids as into water as you are. Do they drink wrinkle. I find like with this generation of parenting. There's a bit of obsessive hydrating going on with our kids especially here in California where it's very warm so oh like every kid brings a water bottle with like. I don't remember lugging a water bottle to menial. Never every yes. Every child has a water bottle and so yes I my kids to drink a lot of water but it is very hot here. And they're very active so they always or hydrating. I'm passing on my hydration obsession to them. So you're telling me that now I'M GONNA move to California and not only is my home not going to be cozy but now I'm running. Even higher risk of being in hydrant dehydrated all the time. But yet. But what we're saying is your home is going to feel cozy because you're going to give the illusion of coziness with candles and you know you're going to join the VISCO. Yeah it's very visco we out here and you're GONNA get Yourself Hydro Flask Severi VISCO. It is actually. I know you're GonNa let me in without my hydro flask or my scrunchy or me saying I'm GonNa go hiking. Yeah I'M GONNA need to get a dog. I don't think cats AAC but I'm I really. I did drink a glass of water today at cast while recording this I I really WANNA be someone. That drinks thinks water. I I get into habits. Where for two weeks? I'm like so hydrated and that's it for the year. I could probably tell you in the last calendar year. I've probably had like thirty glasses of water. No I'm not I'm not getting it's really awful like you ask the people who have lived with me. It's like I. It's horrible I I just and I also. It's not like I drink like bottles of dime. FC Every day. I just don't drink a lot. I'm not that thirsty. Which makes me think that? Maybe I am very thirsty and I do not I know yeah I mean this is. I'm going to be worried about this now. Don't give yourself up at night Austin my life I know feels like I need to go to the doctor. And they're going to be like actually like the quench a thirst. That you feel is numb now because you have not like tended to it in a very long time. No there's you can always start. That's the Nice thing about water and we were very fortunate that we have access to clean water. So Yeah you can't Michael Wrong here caroline I know it really and I also think like ahead of the move. Water needs to become my friend because I have been very dehydrated before and not just like in a constant state but like a state of dehydration. And it's not fun and you feel like an idiot you know because that's your fault So okay I mean I'm I am an check in with you guys I'm GonNa Start sending tallies of of the glasses that I so it's like what eight glasses a day. Is that what they say. And you how many of these tumblers would I have to drink a day just to be normal not talking hydrated. Yeah you do that that would get you to sixty four ounces a day. That's pretty good. I I think a water water. Sometimes I about it. I often wake up first thing in the morning and just try to Chug as much water as I can. I I hear that from very smart people like I get it like. I'm you guys are way better than me I just. I don't know it's not the first thing I think of. It's going to have to be something that I really put my mind to actually try to make it a habit for myself because it's clearly not within me to be into water. I also just want to say there's no water shaming here you no no no hydration shaming everybody comes to it from their own place and laughing I would want to do is make anybody feel bad about not drinking enough. It's okay people should drink more like I know I should drink more water. And in the in the show notes where we link to all these products that were recommending I am put in the hydro haters. Sad's I think people should read it and most people read it. And you're like Oh my God what I read and I was like my my people. I had the exact opposite reaction and literally everybody else who read this Yeah Odell Beckham Junior. The way this all started was that like he did an interview and he was like. I don't like water water. And he's like an athlete. Wow I'm not doing. I'm not running anywhere so I don't need water. I feel like he should probably he should probably drink some but maybe he and I will do this in two thousand twenty. I'll hit them up. Do you drink other beverages Diet Pepsi. It's kind of a and it's an Diet Pepsi because my mom works for for Pepsi so as a kid like I didn't have we didn't buy coke products so it's just something that but my mom got off soda like like. When I was in high school she was like wait a minute? This is bad like so does that and I was like it's too late. You bought too much of it when we were kids. And I'm addicted But my mom drinks a ton of water. My Dad doesn't drink as much as my mom but my mom also always used to have like she'd always make like crystal light like lemonade and like have a huge picture of it in the fridge. Judge and so. I've tried doing that because that seems fine but I'm telling you I'm just not that thirsty like even with a meal I won't order drank or like pour myself anything to drink while I'm eating. I don't like Seltzer. It's very strange. Kate's face right now. I'm trying so hard to keep an open mind but also this is conversations like drying trying out my insides. I understand. Take a big Gulp on behalf of me and I have drinking water bottle this whole time. I'm telling you this is I mean. Maybe hey this is my new new state new me personality like maybe I'll go to California and become like really into water. Who like who can say you know I the man? I really want so badly for that to happen. So I'm hopeful all right so I will link to the thirty two ounce Hydro Flask Tumbler. Hamblur and it's very important that it's the tumbler right. Because that's one that fits in car. The Tumbler and we must link to live I will yes. We'll we'll make sure we have a totally right. Okay perfect and I will. Maybe someone will come on the show and own me and their recommendations will just be water and like no product whatsoever. And then I'll have to hear about it for for a while Okay so now. It's my turn I brought I think what I'm going to say is like one of the most life or like Jay today life changing products that I purchased. And it's one of those things that I think I went through the last fifteen years of my life being like wouldn't it be great if this thing existed and then one day I was like I bet it does exist. I'm going to Google and there. It is available for an emmy to buy. It is a tote bag insert so it is the it comes in all these different sizes and shapes depending on. What kind of tote bag you have? They have them for backpacks they have them for like tiny not not tiny cross bodybags eggs but like de bags that are a little bit deeper They have them for bigger tote smaller totes. And it's just this pocket that has all these different little compartments and it's the size of your tote and he just slide it in and all of a sudden. Your tote bag becomes like an organized place at all times and it is the best thing that has ever happened to me because I only use tote bags and always lose stuff And I ever since I bought this and I think it was was like twelve dollars My days have become a lot more calm because I'm no longer like very afraid that I've misplaced raced my keys or my phone or my air pods and I'm looking at the price now. What kind of bags do you guys carry them? MM-HMM I have a bag. Who Allow Let? It was the one that fancy thing that I ever bought. I bought it on PAS secondhand I bought a secondhand in hand. I use it every day but it is a big toe. It is a big toe bag and I can never find anything in it. I started going this you you need this. I have a variety of bags. Currently I have a bag that I bought on threat up second hand. Look at a man. CIRQUE averill Bucket bag. I also have a maid well bag. That's around the same size. Those are kind of my to every day you know. Grab and go bags. But they're filled there. They both are do not have compartments really. So they're just like dumping grounds for tissues and Tampon. I have a couple of pouches that I use. I find the system. Does it work for you. Yeah okay I mean sort of I should I should probably get an organizer will eye the opening to me. Because I didn't know I've only ever bought giant tote bags with zero organization or tobacco that comes with lots of compartments. That I never actually utilize. Well yeah yeah so this seems kind of I opening to me the the the one that I'm I mean they have on forgo yard also. I'm looking at right now. I have the I'm using the The Louis Vitton like never full bag which they have which I also about second hand which they have an they have an insert that like specifically fits it? But it's great because is it just makes sense like it almost makes you. It made me feel like I was making my life a lot harder for myself Buy just throwing everything into my back in like hoping it was there later when I needed it and Kate they even have one that has like a water bottle pocket so it would just stand up in your bag now that that is a dream because I have been looking for something like looking for a bag where I could fit this giant giant thirty to answer. Yeah this this will do it. I mean it's kind of crazy. I also use pouches but the system doesn't work because it's just a more it's like a smaller more unorganized place inside lane all ready unorganized place But the great part is that seemed to make The is is for fancy bag. So have you done like a tote bag. Insert for a large guard bag like you would find one that was automatically measured out to inside your bag. Oh interesting interesting okay. Good to know. Yeah and they have them for made while and they have them for the never full bag so there's a lot and they're like felt and you can like easily wash them never full bag. Is that that. That's the bag. That like the the Louis Vuitton bag that like everyone has yes big tote. Yeah it's like the Big Brown with lighter. Brown handles cute very cute. I like it because I like having a big toe to put my laptop op in it but before I had this insert like I was I t bags are the item for me. That when I'm like when I buy a new one I'm like maybe I'm a new person a now and maybe I'm the kind of person always has a pen or like maybe I'm the kind of person who wears lipstick and now that I have the tote bag insert sometimes I do feel like a new person. Percents like it really has helped. I don't lose anything anymore. And if you look at all the pictures if you search Chopin concert on Amazon you look at all the pictures it's really like aspirational like. It's like here. Are My glasses and here are is my lotion like an. Here's a guy. Keep sunscreen in my bag now. I don't even wear it. I just keep it there because it has a little a place and it's great so I this is the one more than anything else I've recommended has like sort of Change it's taken one very stressful thing out of my day. I'm sold I am too actually. I never know what these giant Topaz I always. I want to bring them on planes especially travel. Because they're huge and I see other people lugging them around and it looks like they've got them so organized and when I try to do it it's just like carrying around like a sack. Yeah just yeah. I have a question. Does that make your bag much heavier. No no I don't think so I'm GonNa take actually. It's right next to me right now. I'm taking what I have in my bag out of my bag and I'm gonNA tell you Instead of guessing saying I don't think so it's really light it's like felt And it doesn't there's not much to it No it really doesn't I looked just I emptied everything out and it's not at all heavier And also the thing about the compartments is it actually. Actually I think helps distribute the way a little bit better. Oh just a when you have a tote bag in your holding everything Kinda just like falls to the center but when when you have this organizer like there's literally something in a pocket on the left and something in a pocket on the right and something in a pocket in the middle and it's it kind of helps it hold it structure a little bit more all right. I'm sold sold to. Yeah I mean I think I bought mine for ten dollars and I'm looking now and unlike depending on what size you need. I wouldn't spend more than like thirty And the smallest ones can be twelve and I didn't even realize but they come with for backpacks too. I think would be really helpful for Kit. Oh that's a great idea. You do not see what lives in my children's backpacks. Yeah I mean right because like you don't know what's the bottom often it's like a rotten plum right just the scent of produce to sent a produce. So that's it those are three recommendations we have the flame Lewis led but real the wax fake candles and we have the thirty two ounce hydro flask and now we have a towpath inserts. It's a very exciting rundown of life. Changing items items. I agree you could use that towpath to carry around those candles and put all making your essentials Kansas. There's gotTa Organiz when you got to organize your candles. You need an organizer. I hear you you guys thank you so much for coming on the PODCAST. Thanks for having fun. Thank you worse and we'll links links to all of those items and the hydro haters essay in the show notes and we will see you guys next week

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What does that mean phase one will look into that phase. Are we ready for phase? One I know that Nate was saying that He had trouble parking in the city. We're having a little more traffic picking up every day, so we're watching. It slowly creep back into reality. If that's what we want, okay here, he comes. Bring it on. Anyway you? You said you saw a few things as well in our local news today Gandhi. What's going on in good? Oh lots of stuff is happening. I mean I. Don't know where you want me to start told me to start with the three things or just other things happening in the area. You were talking about you giving me a story just a second ago about? I'm having a brain for just. Stuff so, yes, there's great. Things are happening with our first responders who came from out of state to come and help us out. They're all getting this start going back home now, and that's a great sign for the city. Because obviously that means the hospitals are doing better. They're not overwhelmed, so all of the help that we've gotten is able to start heading back. We like that the governor. Of New Jersey said that we can start to think about summer camps opening, which would probably be great for a lot of the parents who are like get the heck out of my house by now I know Danielle probably doesn't feel that way, but maybe other taking. No. Jive in movies back. I mean there's. Lots of stuff going on. I heard that they're gonNA. Start using old drive in movie theaters for concert venues. You can sit in your Carlos. What Wall that? So. Someone was asking me today well. Who Do you have on Jingle Ball this year? I don't think we have jingle ball this year, but don't quote me on that right. Don't quote me. I mean things may be back to normal by December, but you know you have to plan it, and so I don't know if anyone's into signing contracts and promising. They'RE GONNA show up at this point. I don't know, don't quote. GonNa do social distancing at camps with all those kids. When you can't even figure out school I'm not gonNA social in a bar like open bar. Could everybody ripped and then go I? Don't. Twenty four is emily. She says she knows what are welts are I. Think it's just really really powerful mosquitoes, but you're saying emily that these could be buffalo flies is that? Do we have those here. Hello Lady each. What's a water buffalo fly? Okay so you know social distancing? We're spending a lot of time outside and all right. So my friends, and I had been outside and getting these weird bites that we I thought were tics. We actually had a pest control guy come out, and he said they're called. Buffalo lies, which is a form of. And They bite like mosquitoes they. Take a little blood from Ya They really badly hurt. Really bad and they're just little buggers. Looking for now we get yellow flies here in in the Jacksonville area, and it's kind of the same thing and they do. They hurt like hell. Yeah. I'm looking now and I'm not happy with what I'm seeing. I wouldn't mind buffalo fries that sounds delicious. Yeah. But anyway I think salsa, a bug or to look like anyway we were. We had some friends here over the weekend. And we all have these welts I mean yeah, and of course Alex is very bug phobic. He's like we've got a fumigate the entire house we've got. Put a tent over the house. I mean all on. This list figure this out, so we're and try to figure it out anyway. Thank you for calling hope. You have a great day today. Their luck and Hello Lady Yeah. They're saying that New Jersey turnpike has told increases on the way along with the Garden State Parkway. So that's that's good news, right? For anyone okay, so I'll walk. Mayor de Blasio is saying nonessential retails can. For curbside, delivery and non essential construction can resume in phase one. This is what a Long Island did yesterday phase one all right? So that's good. I'm ready I'm ready for something. Different I'm ready to get out of this house and be safe at the same time. Do something different than I've been doing every single our for the past two and a half months. I went to target yesterday. That was nice. Explain the Explain the the what happened. What would you go in the? Bring it out. I had to know I had to return something yesterday, so I went on the return line with my mask my gloves on, even though I know you don't have to wear gloves, so everybody don't text us, but then. Around and I did looked a couple of things and picked up a couple of names, and then I checked out and I went home, but it was a big outing. Look like my friends went. Oh, where did you grow to like I went to target like it was a big deal. So cool though. So anyway again. Today's weather, not so great, but what are you GonNa? Do It's it's either stay inside it. Because of the rain go outside. It'd be bitten by serpents, so it's. Just scary. Scary respectfully stayed out of Connecticut yesterday, because of the Connecticut Connecticut. Citizens called him begged him not to come up for lunch. Right so that's good. I was I was going to Stamford to to this place for loves open for lunch and I'm like you know what I guess. I'm not going because they don't want me here so. You gotTA. You gotta be more. Inviting I'm going to be spending my money in the local community see. Down in Jacksonville who they are opening a lot of places, and there are actually doing well doing okay right. Yeah, things are doing good, but people are following the rules their social distancing. They're staying away from each other. When like when you walk in a place of business, if somebody sees you walking in, and they're trying to come out, they'll either step aside or you step aside like people are acting differently, but trying to enjoy the things are slowly coming back online. I will tell you. It was great having friends over this weekend. It was just it was wonderful. We had that conversation like okay. Quick. Let's trace. Let's do a trace on your. Where have you been who've been with and we? We all came kind of Clinton. We're good we did. We did thing. We stayed beyond the proper places, but like I said before. You don't have to tell us that. If you hung out with grandma and you were safe. You don't have to remind us that you were safe. We you know no judge zone here Let's get into the three things. You need to know from Gandhi even though she's a shot off two of them. Alex though. So much going on, there's so much to be talking about today. and. More and more people are riding the subways. Stuff starts to open up the last few days. Ridership has gone from nine percent to double that, so they're saying about twenty thousand people are using the subways every day and I hear that the cleaning is going really really well and that they look amazing. My friend actually just texted me holy crap on the subway and I've never seen. It looks so clean, so if you're writing a thumbs there last night time squares billboards went dark for sixty seconds to show support for the thousands in. In the Hospitality Business and nonprofit world who have been hurt by the pandemic. The billboard blackout could be seen from forty-six Street to forty eighth street on Broadway, and in and around Duffy, square, and how much would you guys pay for a mask like maybe a designer mass? Would you guys spend big bucks on it, or is this something that you're just like no easy in and out? Let's go. There's so many great masks available that where you don't have a ton of money. But what are you talking like Fendi or something? Pretty much. There's a Taylor in Brooklyn who is selling masks for a cool three hundred dollars? He typically makes high end suits for men, but he decided to switch gears during the pandemic so now he's using this fancy imported cotton from Italy to make masks. He says they can also be specially designed for people with beards and glasses, but I don't know. Three hundred dollars for mask seems a little bit steep to me. That's your thing. He's available, Brooklyn. We'll take a break backup guy Z, one hundred. You're listening to a bonus hour of Elvis Duran and the one hundred morning show years, Elvis. Z One hundred bonus hour got a text in earlier. good morning. Guys, thank you for keeping us. In some sort of more than normal see during these crazy times. You call this show normal strange. I'm in law enforcement. My wife is a teacher in New Jersey my parents on a very small restaurant open for breakfast and lunch on needless to say We're all deemed essential. Of course. My parents restaurant called Jacks Cafe in Verona New Jersey, and by the way I've been there. It's been a business for twenty three years and during that time. Unfortunately, my dad had a massive heart attack and he's unable to work like he used to. A lot of stress on my mom, trying to keep the business a small business, keep it alive in our community, and Verona has been helping which is amazing, and they're still trying to keep their head above water. I was wondering if you could give the restaurant shoutout. I know what you're shot in the dark there on facebook. Instagram at Jax Cafe Verona injects cafe on facebook their menus on there. If you can't totally understand but guess what we did, so let's Jacks in Verona. New Jersey as an example Jacks cafe as the example of any small Business Lua, restaurant or diner. That's in your area. I know that you've been creative. Even cooking at the House and frankly you're tired of it. I can tell yards you tired of. Do a good mix. Do Some takeouts find your own version of jets cafe in your town and make sure you support them? It's very important to do that. I think I think I may give White Birch or call today and see what they have control. I've. To take out tonight, or not I was when I was unloading the dishwasher before Elvis I was thinking takeout would be lovely. Crap poisoned. Take out. Salmon? Maybe I don't think was great. He got up this morning. was like feel good and we didn't finish it, so I feel like I poisoned us, so take out. Your now the brandon have the trots. I don't know. That term or the scour? Hours. I don't know what those things are sound disgusting all right now, if we could spend the Z. One hundred bonus hour, wheel tone LoC- Song. Winded. funky Cold Medina Ohio! Gone to you call it. It's landing on what? Is, foggy coma Dina. This hit! V One hundred. Talk. Coppola data war. Maximum like Mick Jagger said I can't get. The ball of Ram, but they WANNA. Get with me. A fresh and I'm looking down. North Shock. War have. When one? I'm a star, so what? 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It came from the wheel of tone LoC-. Landed on. Cold Medina there. You have it. All right look We gotta take a break. Coming up Daniel has a few things to talk about. What are you working on? Daniele No, let's talk. By some stuff. Okay. Thank you. We'll do that and more on the way after. Listening to a bonus hour of Elvis, durant, this one hundred morning show. Here's L. This. Is the one hundred the bonus hour? Yeah, we got a couple of stories in today. Hundreds of New York City restaurants may given the instant permits that they need to serve people out on the sidewalk when they're allowed to reopen again, which is good news? Scary likes to call them St Mary's. Industry, that's what they're going to be doing in. hoboken hopefully where they're going to actually have the tables and chairs all the way outside near the curve up to the curb, and then in the street will walk, and there will be no cars well in New York City that's going to be face to. We were just now thinking getting into phase one also. Did you guys see the story from Staten Island? There's a guy there. That owns a three tanning salons. Bobby tone is his name. He says he's going to safely reopen. He's taken every precaution to make sure its customers are safe. He says that he knows could be slapped with a big fine for breaking the rules. But you know Staten Islanders. They like their tans and like the perfect. It'd be like the first business to open up the tanning salon very. He's twenty from this point of view where he's got workers. He needs to keep employed in his heat him to stop his business from going under at the same time. You know. We've got to be safe and smart about it, so we'll keep an eye on that story for you Daniel. Let's see what you've got going in Danielle report. All right well I, Tony winning playwright Larry Kramer passed away two eighty four. He was a gay rights activist. many stars on off Broadway. Pay Tribute to him. If you don't if you do get a chance today, read some of the tributes because they're beautiful I know. Lin Manuel Miranda pay tribute to him. Just a lot of beautiful things were written. South this guy, incredible force especially here. New York City. Yeah, exactly I Jimmy Fallon apologized for his past black face bit that he did on snl where he impersonated Chris Rock now we know that he apologized a couple of days ago but Jamie. Fox has now come to his defense. Saying that you know it really doesn't make sense to cancel him over something. That was so long ago and he also said that we have bigger fish to fry right now than this with Jimmy Fallon so We'll see what happens with that also. Florida teaming up in Florida, with some pretty cool people on a mobile covid nineteen testing side. This'll be awesome if we could get something like this going on in New York to some of our celebrities. Teaming up flow right up is personally like helping with money, one and a half million dollars for this with his doctor, and if if you can't get someplace to get tested, they'll come to you. It's going to be a mobile place. So I think that's a good idea for a lot of people. Can you imagine a flow rider comes out and he swabbed you I was. GonNa. Was that flora three of My nose. Lady Gaga. You know we love her. Her new album chromatic is out tomorrow She's driving. Who knows you might see her? In New York City driving around today, 'cause she's in a big big truck with paint mask on her pink hair and she's promoting her album. We're excited to I. Hear what that's all about tomorrow and Katy Perry she has taken to twitter to let everybody know that she is starting to look like. Shrek, with this pregnancy and believe me Katie. Anybody who's ever been pregnant knows exactly how you are feeling. Because yes, especially in the summer months you start to feel like Fiona from Shrek. It's just it's. It's not good, and that is my Danielle report. Know about two more minutes to go. Oh I do okay. Oh, you know what then I'm. Sorry Archie Archie Williams. So you guys remember Archie Williams from America's got talent. He was incarcerated thirty six years. He was in prison for something he didn't do. He performed Elton John's. Don't let the sun go down on me and this is what he sounded like. Are. No more your. Pictures. Seem to fade to black, and why he touched so many people everybody fell in love with him. He got all yeses from of course all of the judges and Elton John called him personally. How awesome is that and Elton said when I'm in the United States? The next time I'm there to perform. You can come, and you can sing the song in concert with me. That is awesome. He said he was crying and he. He was so touched, so I'm so excited about and American horror. Story Season Ten twenty twenty one. We're going to get it, Ryan. Murphy you know he likes to drop clues? He gave us a picture of A. Beach Cape Cod. Massachusetts so I'm guessing that's where we're going to be set. And that's why Daniel Report Perfect Daniel I love. I love that. Can you imagine the phone rings you pick it up? He's like. Well I. Don't know if I should pick it up. It's an. It's a number from the UK. Be All right hello. John. Right. Are you if someone tells you. Don on the phone. No. No. When he took that picture with scary that one time because he was not. That I met him my mom, my mom and I met him, and he loved my mom. We saw again the next day, and he even came over and remember meeting. Her was really Nice Ville John as I've heard and I think it's what mood you catch him in. The moral stories, if your phone rings and it's a UK phone number, it could be Elton John so picking up. All Right? Let's get out of here. Thank you for listening to the Z. One hundred bonus hour today. We'll see you tomorrow until then say peace out everybody. that. Thousand. Free. Okay Gave My. 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Ep 176: Perfume, Tattoos, and Skateboards with D.S. & Durga's Co-Founder

Fat Mascara

40:36 min | 10 months ago

Ep 176: Perfume, Tattoos, and Skateboards with D.S. & Durga's Co-Founder

"Hey guys it's that Mascara and it's JEN minus jess who is in L. A. Visiting her friend but I have a fun Co host David Seth Smoltz what's up yeah he's here so we're GonNa talk about topics at the top like we usually do and then do an interviewed David. David is the CO founder of Durga fragrances so he's going to be our big interview but before that he's GonNa play podcast co host okay so the things we're going to talk about first I up can the street where model of selling move its way into the beauty industry and then David and I share a love of tattoos so we're GonNa talk about Tattoo who care but also really just inc an artist okay. Let's get into it. Hey guys it's jess okay big news Sephora beauty beauty insider community. Have you checked it out yet. Okay so I've discovered it and I've gone into an absolute like rabbit hole of chatting with other people checking out people's look. CD You can take a picture and upload your own is very exciting. You can even chat with brands. Get exclusive invites to events. I mean this is a beauty. I wonder land online. I cannot believe I didn't discover it sooner so do yourself a favor if you're crazy about beauty or even if you're a beauty newby head over to Sephora the Ford Dot com slash community he can get started in that. PD insider community today and I will see you there. Hey guys here's a question. When's the last time you washed pillowcase? Yikes gross okay if you guys pause to think. Maybe it's been a little bit. You need a still von pillowcase. Your pillow case is basically a breeding ground for bacteria. Asari and the Sylvan pillowcase is woven with natural silver that illuminates acne causing bacteria to promote clear skin and also their blended with before you think it's all hard and metallic their blended with the pima cotton which as you know as the softest comfy cotton you find so surprised they're super soft and silky like a regular sheet. You would have no idea there were silver in there and then I mean I'm not saying I washed them less often but you can 'cause they're silver. Yeah just like a nice you know gives you peace of mind it does and Sylvan is giving our listeners twenty percent off just visit Sylvan home dot com. That's S. I. L. V. O. N. Home Dot Com and enter the Promo Code Fat Mascara. That's twenty percent off its Slovan Home Dot Com with the Code Fat Mascara so David and I read this article business business of fashion what beauty can learn from st where I thought of you and I read this article because I don't know if you remember this you have a lovely store down the leader for Durga and I got there one day to look at some new fragrance and you had this t shirt that I had seen on instagram unlike cool people but I didn't know where it came from and it was really exclusive and it said said to me yeah it's made with our friends monitoring. I know so I was like he knows about this. This model of selling wherein the exclusivity is the thing right great so I guess it's supposedly is but I had a long like think about this. After I gotta say like I don't know if this is cool but contrary to that article I I really think in terms of like inclusion I am not like our our brand is what it is and we wanna make fun little things as say like texture items. Just like you know just because we can and it's fun things to do but I would. I don't like the idea of being like only this people can have but like anyone who walks in the store. I'd love to talk to them about fragrance or they can email or like I just really believe in like pushing perfume and like the art of perfume to more people so so the writer who was Rachel Stugotz she was talking about how glossy kind of in on this like actually you're kind of near their their space downtown. They have lines out out the door. The way that like footlocker does when there's new shoe drop or traffic looks to pre premium one yeah yeah so listen if it's not manufactured if it just happens like a is walking by supreme in London last week and it takes you a while because you see these lines and you're like what is that like supreme store why why is it so there's only like two people in the store at once and they wait. Why can't you allow like twenty people in the store or or ten? I just don't understand it if it's manufactured than I feel like that's not that fair to the consumer but if it's because like in supremes case like everyone does want this limited thing then I totally do get it so if it happened that you know we made something in there was like a lie and you have to do it fine but I don't I wouldn't WanNa go personally with the model of making I do like making like small limited things again for fun but I wouldn't WanNa do it to like as a business as a business model to exclude anyone. That's the thing I also think as I was reading this they were talking about. Melanin gets did a a line with kith. AH DID ESTEE LAUDER. I was like the minute you start talking about. This is Your Business Philosophy. You immediately become true or not true like Oh. I'm only GONNA to make one hundred of these and then you actually tell the pressure only making one hundred then every kind of like you suck yeah I guess again. I feel like if you're doing Senate for the buzz and not it's very different because one of the things makes our companies are different is that I really am the perfumer and Kavi really is the designer right so we are like making this like art piece thing that we love this story and then they presenting it to you whereas traditionally a perfume brand is more like someone has ideas and they go to a perfumer Mer and they're like hey. Can you make something that smells like my grandmother's house in the sixties or whatever and that person doesn't know the grandma has never been there they translate that person's idea so they are our marketing. Someone else's like art and so you have to think of it in terms of like you know. How are we gonNA market this thing whereas ours we're not thinking like I need to market this onto that person? It's this thing I made that I love and want to share so it's you know what about that T. shirt back that see shirt who made the t shirts that's our good friends. Monitors and I've always wanted to make a these t shirts that say like Iheart vetiver like I wanted it to be like the New York like her New York and like Pachulia misunderstood and like just little like things about perfume and there was going to be an old one and Lisa mayock came up with that and she said Teacher Company called Monogram Studio. They'RE OUT IN L. A. Their incredible credible I mean really so their t shirts or like really great fitting and for me like I just had the idea of like the look but they're the quality is so thin and nice and everything gang and so she did did that like very graphic like me the way it looks but you know like when it sold out it sold out but it wasn't like a on purpose. We're only making a few. It was just like we did this thing with our friends. Yeah you're not buying into this. Model is what I hear. You saying. That's fine yeah listen. I street wears red eye wear. You're like Jays and I I. I love hip hop in that whole culture so I I'm totally interested in making sense based on like hip hop or sports or skateboarding like I have many ideas in that realm so like stylistically I love it so if supreme came to you and your and they were like we wanna make the Durga skateboard them in addition decks yeah. Let's do it Okay David. How's it? How's it been being the CO host so far? It's really fun. We should give you podcast. Yeah Okay in the next you are both that's why I asked you to come on this town trying very hard to talk slow though every single time I hear myself on podcast man. I'm just like yes and high pitched. I just heard I think also I might just be over caffeinated. Sometimes I talk really. Let's have a nice she'll tattoo chat tattoos. It's to talk with David and Jen Surf your water. That's okay so I noticed this about you. Actually News about Kaveh Your Wife I. She has some Amazing Inc.. I love her snake on her hand but you also have a lot of tattoos right. Have you been getting them me not as long she's Adam since she was very young me only four years ago. Oh really forget you. Where's coffee she? I know I'll tell you this I worked at Saint Helen's Cafe Faye when saved open and Scott Campbell's attached to everyone for free and I like just didn't fuck so severely I guess he was trying not to curse it. That's okay Scott Campbell's apparently making dollar bills into art and they're selling for like he was doing that even back then he was he was tattooing the inside of eggshells that guy is like one want to the one unbelievably talented artists like CG attitude but just straight up artist on wheel. Do you have any work from him away. He wouldn't even answer my email. Okay Okay so if you've only been getting tattoos for years I'm curious because I just got a new tattoo and for the first time when they gave me after care I got this stuff called I think it was called sheeting like senator shouting and it was like Oh yeah I've seen that did you. Have you ever gotten nestle. No okay so it's like a clear sheet that they usually they just like put the Gauze ause on it and whatever clear sheet they put over top this. You're gonNA like this so she's like okay. You know your usual two to three days before you can wash it. She said it's going to start to look like a broken soya sauce packet in there so it like Jews up the juices but then normally that would go on the gauze rights reason though like that this is sure reasons senator sheeting. It's just a lot of this is very in our life just way too much over thinking you know copy. Does nothing literally okay so I used to do nothing in most Artis Chris I think it depends on the studio like the less you do the better you don't need special products you want to keep it moisturizes but not to moisturised clean it well with non fragrant in soap after three days. Battling boom stuff was really cool because I could get it I could go in the shower and it wouldn't get wet and when I finally peels it off three days later here it was like it was already in the fees. Do you know what I mean and then normally it was quicker. I think it was definitely quicker than if you do nothing scabs over pretty quick I find signed but I see so. I'm going to start picking it the little scab yeah me too and then you attach a I know so what do you do well so I just follow my instincts where where where I if it feels really raw. I personally do want cream. I want like lotion or whatever on it like epic oil like I just put like you know like an olive oil oil coconut oil but then if if you do that obviously it's delaying like getting crispy right yeah so like if you can hold out but it's there's nothing worse that last night when you're going to sleep and like rubbing on the pillow buy Thi I my back like huge piece on her back so little join asleep oh that that feels painful. Who did your big back piece Mika Singer? Oh she's great. She's my Fav- I mean she does most of my tattoos and we have collaborated. We do this tattoo residency at attias Durga. We tell me about this. What is that yet so we we've done it twice now? We're GONNA do it like quarterly and we we've done it with her where she makes flash inspired by our sense of his little thing and so if you buy a bottle that day you come in you buy a bottle you can get a free tattoo. You can pick like you know Alfred debase or there's an eyeball being sliced with a with a nice. These aren't the little drawings that Kavi draws to go on the like car things and whatever no no she does your own version. It's it's MINGKA's making the flash so there is like an acorn like a skull for like Mississippi Messing with sneak coming out of it. They're so awesome. I haven't been able to get them from her because it's like that there's a line out the door and it sells out by one pm this guy did your podcast hosts already so let me ask this. was there more public where people picking their scent based on the flash that they wanted to re- were you seeing they bought their for fragrance and whatever pictures like they're like. This is my favorite scent. I'm so into the Senate. I'm getting the flash flash for it and then some yeah I think it was more than that. The visual thing 'cause it wasn't everyone it was we didn't she didn't do for everyone. Although after we do a few times hopefully she'll have the flash for all of them. Then we did a mother's Day one where it was all I cou like mom things and like flowers and like hearts and moms and stuff so it's really about like that flash and you do that right there in the store yeah it's and you're storing ALITA. has those great windows like get double. I'd be standing outside will more question this. Were there any like Tattoo. Virgins regions and there I had to is like a Durga too. I think there was someone no way I think there was also like our president that we hired she got she came in and got a tattoo from Inca. Her first one is amazing. She has no other tattoos. You can never fire this woman. which when did she get to remember that she got a feather unarm okay and so when people left there they just like Gaza whenever the typical because they're small you can only do one every thirty or forty minutes so it sold out by basically one PM nice? When's the next next residency We'll definitely do unlike probably November October November so okay if people want to find out about that or if some other equinoxes event in the future what's the website dot com got it okay or you know our instrument okay cool. Are you ready for the interview Hashtag. Get ready everyone here we go. We're interrupting in your favorite beauty podcast. I'm Jen. I'm jess. What are we talking about Sephora? They have this beauty insider community that I have been absolutely like stuck in. It's addictive. Here's the scoop it's an online community comprised of forums photo guys live chats product reviews. It's basically glee a treasure trove of for the beauty obsessive and if you're listening to scare have a weird feeling in my view okay. My favorite form is the conversations because there's some times free products cook also shop your stash challenges you. Can you get to win products. Honestly let's be honest. That's why I like it and I'm a social animal jen you so I really like the groups because you can chat like digging on all your beaty passion so whether you have oily skin this group for you for a lip lover. If you're clean beauty fanatic there is a group or probably many groups oops just waiting to rejoin the CONDO. It's real people real time real talk so you guys head over to Sephora DOT com back slash community to get started in the beauty insider community today that Sephora Dot Com backslash community. Hey guys just from fat miscarriage here. I am so so happy that we're heading into fall not only do I love the Chris cold weather but I'm all about fall clothes. Bring on the Leopard prints bring on those yummy autumnal colors. I'm here for it but I am not going to be spending my whole savings on a brand new wardrobe. I'm just going to sign up for Harvard. Ash Hadash lets you create a virtual closet and and then you can select three items at a time and they'll send you the clothes he can run them as often as you like swap them in and out and the whole thing's only fifty nine dollars plus. If you fall in love with something you can buy it for a discounted price which is really nice so head over to have her dash dot com sign up today and there are no commitments and you can cancel at any time time okay so if you don't know who I'm talking to yet you do now. It's David Seth malts. He he is the CO founder of Durga Niche Fragrance brand your other co founders your wife Kavi who that's the last name got it okay. It's not Durga no does and her nickname. Oh cute okay so before we start our interview I wanted to. We like to do little flash around sort of I'm going to take you on a cent journey or actually you're. You're GonNa take me on a journey a little short questions okay so describe to me the smell or the first that comes to mind when I list off a few places ready uh-huh New York City in early October which is when this podcast is airing. What is New York's Melik? Can we be more specific about where we are in New York too huge city. That's very true. Okay right outside your house when you come outside the door. I don't know where you live. Okay bed Stuy in early October. I mean you're going to get that dried leaf smell right. If it's nighttime. It has a bacon tinge to like my cat used to come inside in the wintertime. I grew up north of Boston in the suburbs and you smell his for and his smell a little bit like bacon like fall night. It's crazy as the name of the CRAISINS CR- crystal like CR. ESPN like oh well yeah. That's that's the smell of like the smoky Tari Smell. Isn't there like a Bush in the out west. That is smells like that and has yeah is it. The same smell l. No creosote smells like desert rain. It's a really weird smell. We have the scent L. Cosmic. Oh and it's their favorite from there you go so is in that I mean not the accord of Greece and it smells bazaar like really green overly fresh though it is the sense of when it rains in the desert because this is the name of the chemical that the green plants give off in the rain cruel okay we'll. Do you answer the question a question. I didn't even know I had because you think increase increase and then people are also thinking creosote is the word for like a tar left over like oil and it's not the same okay see sometimes those aroma molecules sounds like the Latin root helps me remember there. They are the same okay good to know all right the inside of your car but then I realized maybe you don't even have a car but yeah we do have a car car. What is it well? We had the nineteen five mercedes-benz turbo diesel. That's why we have that. Kendall called eighty-five diesel. It smells like that okay so it's that's a crazy smell right street legal eagle and eighty five diesel yeah off the street now though but so that's diesel now we just drive like a Honda CR V. and it smells like snacks kids snacks Goldfish Grom fish crumbs okay nice what's the smell of the best hotel you've ever visited. And what hotel was it the best hotel I stayed at I mean the my edvin palace in Jodhpur India okay or the lake palace in for the Lake Palace. I like better but the the one in Judah pour injured more the the the palace. Yes called the whom I above and I mean it's like staying in Buckingham Palace. It's in Saint. What does it feel like in there so it smells like a really like jazz mini incense like like Super Indian incense cool beautiful in fact the Maharaja still lives in the building is half the Maharaja still lives there today and half of it is Oh is Chris Nice? Okay the Fat Mascara Studio that you're in right now. The the sound prevent yes. It has like a very specific like you know like movie theater type smell. Oh Hey hey it's. It's like a synthetic carpet. We need to get a candle always Chalky Chawki in here jockey. That's it yeah all right there. You Go now. Let's get into it just on the same note. What's the earliest sent memory you have definitely lemon soap soap in the in the shop like you would take like spices and mess with stuff in the sink and so I can remember that smell of the like the lemon soap in there but also I grew up with woods right behind my parents house that had that bacon smell that we're talking about of like you know leaves but the ocean was right down the street like you know half a mile and so my town is such that you around two or three o'clock like a seabreeze always comes up and it smells like the ocean? It's omnipresent where you know it's in swamps got Massachusetts so the ocean would be like to me like not only the first childhood memory but it also has that like primordial like thing the ocean and your origin story the slow getting into your origin story actually Aren't you a musician like how did you even even get into perfumery so yeah I was like as a musician waiting tables and we started. I wanted to just make some of my I you got all these old manuals of making creams and lotions and tonics and I wanted to make a bedroom I had this didn't last and I was like why can't it just make it myself so I bought like rum and spices and Megan and it didn't last why doesn't this last and so I started. I'm just like an obsessive person as far as like creatively I will go down a rabbit hole Poland figure it out so that I just started getting oils and then synthetics and just like it. I went so deep into it and Kavi who was my girlfriend at the time was like why why don't we just start a business. Everyone's doing it. It was like you know it was in Brooklyn and like two thousand and nine like just put an percent on exactly like every it happened and Co like everything. was you know it was like that and our friends had started businesses jewelry and close ties shoes you know so and then I thought okay so we did that and it took off really quickly and then I slowly realize like oh wow I can sort of translate what I'm want to talk about in in music into fragrance and as I became better at at putting the hours into understanding how to create fragrance you know that could sort of talk about it even better in music no matter what if I wanna make a song that sort of China sound like Thirteenth Eighteen Century Viking music you'll probably be able to tell like I'm a white guy from America that mostly plays in four four time and like grew up knowing the blues like I can't get rid of that but if I make something that smells like Thirteenth Century Viking sent like I'm not in it. You can't tell I did it could more. I can make that realistically smells like an Old Castle like an old hut type thing you know I love. I feel like there's more creative power in in that that I that I can like maybe even do more. I mean I'll always always want I still make music just came out with an album last year. I made sense that go along with its command. It's on spotify. H I K O men and I'm in a Surf Band you know we played at the store and set so I'm like never going to give up that dream. It's it comes up every once in a while and I also so just write music all the time like I probably have written five hundred songs in my life. I have so many songs and so so you're basically a self top perfumers when so I feel like if someone was wanting to get into perfumery would you recommend that route yeah I would say just if you have the love for it then yeah by as many materials Israel's as possible. Get a scale and write down every single thing that you did all the perfume is at the end of the day is the difference in weight between materials. I I wish someone had told me that 'cause I created a whole system that was based on volume and volume changes as as it's hotter or drier in the air but I measured out in drops how many things could fit into like eighth a teaspoon all the way up to like cups and gallons of every single oil because they were all different but let's just oils sales but also you were ordering him imagining like anything anything that I was making so. It's just like if if any perfumers they'd laugh like it's ridiculous what I was doing so all these base formulas. If you go to perfumery school you can look you can learn stuff online and everything I think it is a matter of like training your nose understand and even when you do figure out how to make something the big hurdle is regulatory stuff. You can't just make something in your house because and put twenty percent jasmine and like most most people don't know you can only put point six percent jasmine in a perfume so that wasn't the case like before. I think two thousand twelve right. Why did they change that? You know you're like Benzyl. Alcohol is something it's in there and it's a sensitisers so some things are just 'cause like a certain amount of the population can have a sensitivity to it or an allergic reaction. Some of it is because it's carcinogenic agenda some because when you go out in the sun it could give you a rash so the board that makes these rules if Ross is trying to put their best foot forward and make perfume as safe as possible for people right but there's a huge disconnect between what the consumer knows and what like a hobby perfumer know what someone who really makes perfect yeah. I've dabbled in then realized Oh wow I probably just made this thing. That could probably kill someone because some of those molecules are really well. Oh it's the opposite. The molecules are fine if the naturals are actually the people think like oh all natural must be safe like you know white. Birch oil is extremely toxic but if you you know I so he's super like velvet tone not not so much you know but white white Birch is your winter green or I mean Al- Almost all regulations that come out these days is about naturals. It's about a chemical within natural. Your body doesn't doesn't care if you put methyl usual directly on your skin or you put rose has methyl eugenol. It's the methyl Eugenol that causes a reaction for someone okay so we have to go in and either clean like Di Molecular still the rose and take out the methyl eugenol or you have to build a rose record. That doesn't have that in it you know or there's a safety threshold. It's it's a whole hole so if you're thinking about something then I'll get back on track with the self with self taught pre perfumery if you're looking at something like rose like how many of those types of molecules make up like what you'd think of as rose smell. Oh Yeah it's interesting. I don't know the answer to how many chemicals make up like completed rose but I understand very very much how to make a rose accord and I will say that you need something that smells like lemons cloves geraniums and violets and then sort of this this the Damask owns which is like an apple juicy type smell. If you have those together you start getting towards like rose and so much of perfume is like a house of cards parts you like add another card and it makes seem like the roses there. If you take out one that would fall apart and I'm sure in the right volume you can have three of this three this three this but if you put for one on that smells completely different case so if you go to school for years and years and years and you get the books where there's the basic formulas like here's a rose. Here's how you build a cords. The now that you mix in perfumery world you guys are like up for awards and things when you run into perfumers that went to gross and they did the whole rigmarole. Do you ever have tension with them or they ever looked down upon do things no listen. There's more astronauts in our perfumers right there so that true there's so few fruit few people who actually make make perfume know how to make the formulas there's just not that many and so literally the people that I've met like mark box extent Sean Lee Peregrine I mean all these people know they're they don't they don't tend to have the craziest ego. That's the way they're like portrayed uh-huh but I don't think so as they if you're making a perfume and putting it out aren't you a perfumer like who cares like Joe. Sacha Yanni and and Keith Richards is always example. Who's a better guitar player? Joe Saturday on here Keith Richards well. I'm going to go with Keith Richards because I have no idea who the other guy is okay well. That's funny so yeah. Joseph Johnny plays four million notes. A minute and technically you know is like guitar guitarist like this like these people who play like a million nodes band that I may right now. It's probably called his name j-o-s-e out Yanni musician though in Guitar magazine they'd be like he's one of the best guitarist ever but Keith Richards who plays like you know. I don't think he's sloppy like yeah but you could practice and learn to play Joe such Yanni your you can't learn how to play Keith Richards or link wray or muddy waters utters or East Bay ray joe sat triana perfume or Keith Richards. I mean come on either. One is going to sound like a big ego. I'm staying away from that one but let's say it doesn't matter I just if I make if you make it you you do it you are if you make music musicians Macra femural perfumer but so and I don't I think the perfumers who are trained care. I've only met one other like self top performer in and he works at furnish so I've met a lot of people that are self taught perfume. I and I'll tell you this a lot of shit to be perfectly honest and I think the rare thing is that this company but actually people buy your stuff and it's gotten bigger and bigger over the last ten years. What's been the biggest challenge for you like you're like okay? I knew the smell good but getting it into a bottle and the regulation stuff you're like in the beginning. Yes listen. I can put twenty percent jazz in almost anything anybody smells really good so that's like a an easy trick. It probably would have fly flown ten years ago but it's not how it is anymore. You have to follow certain regulations right and so to be able to know how to make something that smells like it has twenty percent. Jasmine does not takes a lot of like know how to figure that out so we've been talking a lot about you mentioned that can this eight hundred Palate Oregon. What do you call it the organism okay? How many of those do you think are natural versus? How many of those are just like pure molecular synthetic things ordered on the interwebs which is not probably Kelly how you do it right yeah? That's I'd have to think I mean at least fifty fifty but but yeah I mean synthetics are somewhat more important to the art of perfume than naturals but you could you could never purely synthetic fragrances pretty drab in lots of ways other like we make a are sent. I don't know what which is now our bestseller. Oh really isn't that so you can do it and then that one of the molecule ones that everybody likes molecule q one two three four those or purely synthetic. I'm asking this question because there's a lot of talk about trying to natural perfume marine a lot of people thinking like the the one ingredient oriented they think is the most bothersome that could cause allergies that might have an estrogen effects cancerous synthetic fragrance because you don't know what's in it so the very opposite everything you said just care is all most of the problems go read any like aromatherapy book. Almost there's like a list like don't give this for pregnant people. The naturals is it's just chemicals again like uh packers will acetate is naturally present here or there is a natural like oh I extracted this from the plant and premier is going to be really tough to okay first and foremost what most people expect their perfume to smell like is not what a natural provincials number one so they'll and it's stronger at the front and lasts less okay so a a good perfume should be like pleasant in the front and last quite a while so it's kind of inverse to that right like whoa. This is crazy muddy. Oh it lasted two hours so already you're getting that and the perception sometimes is like I spent spent some this much money this amount of money on it it should last long as if as if like the more something cost the last year long the longer it lasts. Take that yet but it's just it's just not true militarily speaking right I mean the things that lasts the longest on your skin are like crazy industrial cheap like aldehydes type stuff right the a dash of it lasts forever so that that you have to get over number one that but safety is oh. My God put an all-natural perfume into like a safety check the you can't use point six percent jasmine. You can use six percent vetiver point one percent oak moss point one percent rose and a lot of ways point six. I think for Lang Lang Lang I think of as like one of the healthier sweet oils in the world like I smell it on a plane to calm down. I would wear it on my skin but you're not supposed to you can only put in our formula that Costa market. You can only have point six percent. I it in there right. So what you're getting is that when you're working only with naturals you're limiting way down what the regulatory is limited. The cost is going to be exorbitant. Okay from from like can environmental sourcing perspective. It's not like to responsible compared to synthetics which can be you know sustainably right Reno of course there are practices like Robert A and I have really cool programs for sustainable naturals you know and so I use those all the time but so it's not not necessarily better for the environment use natural. It's not necessarily better healthwise. I believe now some people believe differently but yes those statements I agree with personal. Do you think if the people who make label ingredients you know just perform right now like inky standard labeling. Do you think if we were we had to break down into everything that's in it. It would benefit the customer in any way I've thought about doing it so so it's it's hard because there's such proprietary information and and the fragrance companies themselves who make the aroma chemicals they don't want like too much oversight and they're spending so much money doing like the safety testing and it's not like to go to market it has to be really like sound and it's all like certified by in order to do it. What does it for a stand for by the way he's been nap before international fragrance and research association somebody like that will oh? They're super important at the boards of it. Are I usually people from these these companies and what happened so how could a government regulate Alpha Alpha methyl I on on that. They don't even know what that is right so only the people who who make it connect and that's why we're not getting all that information proprietary also also people always use the were chemical. They're like ours. Their chemicals like chemicals bad like you know waters a chemical like everything you put in your body has chemical is not a bad term and synthetic to like I. I think it's really misunderstood. Got It so fragrances what you're hear you saying are more regulated on the front and then even like a face cream would be because of IFRA because you know you don't have to face groups. Don't get tested before people are allowed to sell them. They only pull them back. If there's a reaction but these a face cream is is is the highest of the highest cat so there's eleven categories of regulation right yeah and face cream. I think is like number two number one is like babies toys like children's toys but it's not like they had to go. Do you have to do safety testing but it's not like they tested on a bunch of because nobody does. Nobody know the governor that the company has to do with human repeat. There's you know like FDA tested this before it went to market. You do have to do a for cosmetics. You have to have attested yeah. Oh okay. What do you think I'm asking is? Do you think that for fragrances that you're more likely to have an a safety issue with another product other than fragrances or it's it's what's safe because like are people really like dying. That's a part of me thinks it's very much like overthinking in the kind of stuff right because were that well. I think we're very prone to question everything now right. We don't believe anyone or anything and people think like corporations are evil and that kind the whole thing and so you think that like being screwed over and it's like for like economy or people are putting like a unsafe say things but to me like people. Will I feel like I hope that you know I trust in like people and people are trying to do the best they can. In fact I would think it's much more dangerous to I mean it's not dangerous interest me but a handmade perfume someone's house or they distilled some oil from a tree that they found in a forest near their house like that is bonkers curse. That's not like how could anyone regulate that. Maybe that that thing was sprayed with. you know what yeah pesticides has two sides right and then it's going like who knows it and then they put so much carcinogenic things in there and and you really don't know so I took us way off Savak exile but I think it's so interesting because like the labeling thing like transparency. It's it's hard to go that route with molecule names that would take up the whole box anyway anyway yeah a Lotta Times their trade names right like someone discovers. A molecule is super one which is like di Di Methyl Jasmine. It's a much longer name. Isolate super is how they marketed it yeah right so it's how would you even go about him. Yeah okay back on track. What perfume came out in in recent years that you wish you had created the I? I do not think like that you don't there's nothing you admire at elsewhere. I admire things but I I don't have like okay. So what do you admire. That isn't from your brand. Oh sure tons I mean I like a lot of Frederick frequencies. I mean dummy groping. He makes amazing. Things like like portrait of a lady. I would say I think is is amazing thing. I wish I made that. That's a great great okay awesome yeah. It's amazing and what's your. What's your ingredient that challenges? Do you want to figure out to do something with. What's what's on your mind for the future man I don't know or what or place I know you? A lot of your fragrances have like US landscapes. I mean I have a million things I want to come out with a really good orange blossom been working on that. It's supposed to be done this month and October and then it's it's GonNa come out supposed to be done. Are you the one in charge yet but I've just like that's the deadline for like to show the sense to like press and stuff and I'm like not done with the yet. Even you're still tinkering still tinkering. It's it's it's a rabbit hole. 'cause it's GonNa be like you know our marketing marketing team of China be like Chemo Center yet to try to like make it by that time and listen I would've I'm usually way ahead of schedule but I've just gone down this rabbit hole because I want it to be. It's an enhancer thing like I don't know what where you can floor allies anything you can like an orange blossom what has like that orange blossom water type aspect which just like in livens Vince everything else it touches okay but doesn't but it's very like you know transparent and you could wear it by yourself or you could like enliven something else with it challenging. Ah Okay you said you're not a makeup person but we always like to end our interviews. With what are some of your favorite beauty products okay rooming products fine. You must have stuff in your hair. What's going on yeah? I love this on I. I don't know what this means. It's billy jealousy ever heard of them. Okay Yeah because they sell it at like the the haircut place that I go to Georgia's to in park slope shout out to them. They're awesome Georgia's to Georgia's one. It's like demonstrate from it I I it's right near the barklays man. They're the best okay and they have. They have this billy. Jealousy is called L. Mud because it's Matt Matt amount I really I really like that. generally people give us so much beauty products right and so we just like I'll just use that. I don't who are people who just walking up to you and giving you beauty products like Jordan Samuel who that is he has like an amazing line. He's given us a bunch of products that spend with me for a long time. I basically like Boris. Oh Guy Right. I Love Bar soap but I don't use much like I wouldn't wash. Ah I wash my face with a bar soap and everything I will if need like us like oil like aftershave or something there is something by I think they're called are Inco- yes. That's the hair brands well. They had this like this aftershave like oil thing. That smells like pine is really good and I I've just running out of it. Someone gave it to me for free like five years ago and like I'm GonNa buy this again at that is putting on the bog. Okay guess what our time is up done. How do we do was great is this? I'm on being your first co host auto podcast. Okay thanks for coming in. It's time for raising wand which I just pulled on you at the last minute so I don't know if you're prepared but you know what it's all about. What are you going to raise the one to this band Fontaine's? DC Fun Tab you know why do we need to listen to this banner. God it's there from Ireland from Dublin Okay and it's just like like great rock and roll. That's like not super super original but has like very original things about it. He sings in Irish accent unbelievably. Good lyrics likely zero pretension. They're so awesome I Osama bowery and I'm just like this. They're going to be huge. That's awesome okay. Well guess what I asked you what you really want to and I didn't have one prepared. We're going to end on that amazing. Thank you for the recommendation. Yeah thanks David. Thanks for listening fat. Mascara is produced by our

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Flower Garlands, Fall Fix-ups, and Quince

Plantrama

25:36 min | 11 months ago

Flower Garlands, Fall Fix-ups, and Quince

"This is plant rama komo with c. L. four nari and myself ellen's akos. It's the podcast where there are no stupid questions. As long as the topic is plants. Today we're talking about flower. Garlands full fix ups and wins and we're going to start just for fun with flower garlands orlands c._l._d. You make flower girl on a regular basis. I would say not under regular basis. I don't have time to have fun all the time but but what really started me thinking about this year is i have always loved the look of those marigold garlands that you see in and you know indian wedding movies right yeah this year i grew a variety of marigold from burpee seeds called elevate and first of all. I love the plant. It is tall. It is sturdy and the flowers are big orange pompoms. It is a how tall <music> but i would say the middle of august it was four feet tall and that is big for a miracle big and sturdy and wow but the other day we had a really heavy rain and some of the big flowers bent over right so just kind of collapsed and so i picked them and i brought them in and because they're their stems were only two inches long. I put a couple of them in all glass bottle but the rest of them i just put on the counter in the kitchen not not only were they huge but they stayed beautiful just sitting on the counter without water for five days. Now you're lying to me. You know it's true and i thought to myself. Oh this is why they pick marigolds to make those garland's because you could string them the day or even two days as before and they still look great yeah so that has caused me to make a garland out of these big miracles and we'll put a picture of it up with the show notes on the plant rama website because it's a lot of fun and it's something unusual instead of you know if you're going to somebody's house as for a party or you're having one yourself instead of just having a bouquet of flowers you can string just take a big needle and put either with a big eye on it and put either a cord or a thin ribbon there and you string these flowers whether they're zinnias in years or marigolds and leave a little space in between you know they don't have to be solid flowers and if you want you can even put <hes> <hes> put on a flower leave a space make a little knot. The ribbon put on a flower so that the not stops it from sliding down leva space make a little mutt. They go together actually very quickly. This is something you could even do using plastic needles so that children can do it with you all right yeah and and they're not going to be stuck so it's fun number for one it's unusual number two and when you pick the right flowers like miracles zinnias it's long lasting as well i had had no idea that marigold flowers lasted that long which is super encouraging at the santa fe farmers market. There is a vendor who sells these garlands and the way they have them displayed exactly the way you described with a little bit of space maybe three inches between flowers and the knots and what they do they display them like a bead curtain in a doorway which i think would be so gorgeous if you're having a party and you're doing stuff in the kitchen but you wanted to keep the door open but you wanted to indicate that there was a difference in the space you have this beautiful floral sort of curtain dividing the space when you i said garland i was thinking oh we wear them on our hair in our hair and that's less appealing to me but the idea of decorating a room or a doorway with this string the flowers i really love it's even sort of a variety of mobile only done fresh flowers right and so you could not only string bring the flowers you can add some hot peppers into that mix right you could you could do seedpods about milkweed seedpods right. This could even be a fun present for somebody. You know that you <hes> not only take for a party decoration shen but as a seed mix for pollinators to write you could you could also do a whole dried display. You could like like like you could do the dried milkweed pods and thistle heads or there's so many things that dry with beautiful seed heads and flower heads and if you did that out with the dried garland that would last a really long time even rose buds drive fairly beautifully and so you could string some of those in two so this is a fun thing to experiment with and i would like to encourage our listeners that if they make some flower garlands or strings shall we say <hes> they could hang them up. Take a picture ascended into us plant rama at g mail dot com we would love to see hey how you have fun with. This idea on today's eat. Drink grow rose segment. We're going to kind of continue the fun by giving you some ideas for fall fix ups and what i call plant and post projects people love ellen to share what they've done. Creatively right we we love to share jerod on facebook and instagram and twitter and every place else and there is nothing better than doing a little project with plants plants and taking up picture and posting it so let's talk a little bit about plant and post ideas at this time of year. What what would you suggest that people could have some fun with personally. It's always difficult for me. In september i know fall is coming on but but oftentimes it still feels like summer. You know it's hot. The annuals are still working there. Little flowery butts off blooming like crazy and it's kind of hard to think about fall and fall colors but i want to encourage everybody during september to take a hard tough love look at containers because now is the time for you to pull out those summer annuals at the end of the month depending on where you live and put in something that's going to be beautiful well and and speak to you of fall from now until thanksgiving or whenever fall ends for you and that may mean pulling out the angelo neha pulling out the eh begonias. You might leave marigolds in especially if they are beautiful fall color but you might also try putting in some different plants. Just i pull out a few things to refresh your container with fall color. You might use a really beautiful croton. That's got that leaf color of the yellow and the red and the orange or or put in a strobe alanthea's persian shield for that bright purple contrast anything that speaks of an autumn color to you. Choose one or two of those and swap out the accents in your containers. It'll be like a whole new garden project for you. There's one plant that many people use on the edges of their window boxes pots couple plants actually the variegated vinca vine <hes> and the variegated ivy oftentimes people use those and and those are two plants that can be left in a window box or container and work in just beautifully and variegated. Ivy often looks great well into to the winter so with those plants. I'd probably leave them. Yeah exactly you leave those as your trailers and because they're a great framework for the rest of of your plants <hes> now here is something that i like to do. Ellen and i'll put a picture of this in our show notes. I like to empty out boxes or earns. I might leave that ivy or if i happen to have used snow princess alyssum on the edges of pots i'll leave that because that will stay great well into the fall but after i take out the majority of the summer plants i will take the small ornamental cabbages and kale's sales <hes> and chip them up slightly on their edges so that they are displaying their the tops of the plants outward yah a- and put them in that earn or that box and leave the center of the earn or box empty put soil back so that the soil covers covers the route balls of the cabbages kale so now i've got a boxer and earn that is lined with those pretty almost rose rose like cabbages kale's and then in the center i pile up assorted pumpkins or squash and you start with the biggest squash or biggest pumpkin and the ideal is to choose one. That's kind of flat on the top for the bottom and remove move the stem. If it has a stem and then you put a slightly smaller one on top of that and a slightly smaller one on top of that and you make in essence what is a pumpkin or or squash told them in the pot or the box had you've got the ed softened by the cabbages kale and and you've got those pretty pumpkins you can buy them in all colors now or yellow and white green yeah that gives you great height for the center of your container. I used to do something similar but a little different in window boxes in new york city because you don't want to have a lot of heightened the window oh boxes because the people inside still want to see out the window but if you're using trailer like the i._v. Or maybe even using that sort of lime green. Listen makia which because some yellowish color in it you can use some of the smaller pumpkins and gourds in that container to give you that fall look without without going really high so any way that you can work those those vegetables or fruits in. I think is a good idea and grasses also a combined very very nicely so many garden centers at this time of year sell small grasp plants that you can tuck in and those have a very nice fall feel deal and because they are such fine texture they contrast really nicely with the solidity of the cabbage in kale's or the solidity of the pumpkins and squash and what about ornamental peppers i mean you used to just be able to get those in reds and oranges but now you can get them in purples think about how beautiful beautiful purple the purple ornamental peppers would look mixed in with those cabbages and kale's you were mentioning that come in shades of pink and white. I mean that would be a gorgeous container right there. I'm getting and excited. I want to plant a full container now. Oh good good. Here's another idea l. In an i think for some reason i'm thinking you might like this idea and that it is at this time of year many garden centers sell small pots of charred and kale and parsley and edible plants that you can make a beautiful fall planter that you can also eat of course you are correct that does appeal to me greatly louis <hes> just think you could make a beautiful edible fall container and it's a win win win. The other thing that i would encourage people to do is is to think beyond some of the fall annuals and think about small evergreen shrubs for sprucing up full containers <hes> in many garden centers sell whether they are small ones that they bring in just at this time of year or they've got the small ones whether it's little boxwood little dwarf alberta spruce bruce small varieties of henault key fault cyprus for example <hes> there are all kinds of small evergreens that you can get and those are wonderful in fall containers because you can put those in particularly to a larger container plant your mom's or cabbages sir kale's or whatever fall flowers you like around it and then once the winter hits and and all of the colorful things die off off. You've still got the evergreens in their those evergreens will be great all winter long and then you can take him put them in the garden next spring yeah and if you you want a little bit of color in there with your evergreens you can stick in some really nice bows and berries. You might have some holly berries or some white birch branches so that that could be a really decorative container throughout the winter. Finally i want to give people an idea for a spend. No money foraged fall fix picks up and that is go out and you pick all the dried pods. We were talking about dried pods a minute ago right you drive. I taught you you pick up. Branches just like tree branches in quirky shape sort branches with different bark branches that have like it can on them. You cut all the branches either into all the same height. That's one way of doing it or have them be at a variety of heights i i you stick all the branches into your container and make that pleasing but then you fill in with the pods and the dried leaves chiefs at dried flowers whatever you have found that not only is appealing looking but says fall to you hopefully going for a variety of have colors and textures. I love that challenge and i'm already thinking about how i'm going to do that. I think pot of a dried arrangement like that outside outside. My front door would just be spectacular for fall through winter. It is spectacular fall through winter because when the snow falls on it if you're in an area where it snows looks grade or ice you can if you want during the darkest months of the year string some little lights in there yes oh i love that i ah that's some winter magic into it and as i say this is a forged for free fall fix up well. You can't beat that so if anybody wants to hashtag plant and post and show us your ideas is for gardens and container fall fix ups. We would love to see what you do our insider information segment today. We're going to be talking about quints and for those of you who would like a little behind the scenes. Look at how plant rama comes to u. C. l. writes up all the topic she sends it to me. We each do our research independently and we do not talk about it in advance advance because we want to be able to respond in the moment the same way that you do so she said quince and i'm thinking to myself does she mean true quince which is called sidonia ab- longa or does she mean flowering quince because she knows that as a forager i am very fond of the fruit of flowering quince and i really don't know which one she wanted to talk about today. Well i was actually thinking we talk about both ellen because i think people we'll do need to know. There are two okay great. They're perfect yes. They're the sidonia is the tree quinns right and i have not grown one of these but i desperately want to and i should be able to certainly <hes> in my climate so this is on my plant list just for next year. The tree quints one interesting thing about this is before the commercial development of powdered gelatins homemakers homemakers added the tree quince to jams and jellies and desserts because of the high pectin content of that f-r-o-t-h right and so it appeals to me in terms of sort of that history and the fact that you could use this for a vegan. He can form of pectin in if you needed to make something that wasn't using gelatin well if you're interested in history. Here's my favorite a little historical nugget about the true quints. Have you ever heard the myth of the golden apples in greek mythology the started yes started the trojan war the goddess discord came into mount olympus where all the gods and goddesses were sitting and she threw this golden apple on the floor and it was inscribed described saying for the fairest of all and everybody at all the goddesses up there were like clearly that's for me and each each one offered a bribe zeus in order to be awarded the golden apple aphrodite e one the apple and she ended up giving helen to paris in troy and that was the start of the whole war but the golden apple was a quince. It's a plant that's native to the mediterranean the fruit it can be as big as a baby's head and i'm not kidding and it's a very it's a popular orchard tree in santa fe. I have several friends with with quince trees and boy. Do i love to get that fruit fruit. It's fragrant and delicious and you're right loaded with paxton so i definitely that's on my must plant list and if you want to plant a quince tree know they are self fruitful meaning. You don't need two of them in order to pollinate so that's good news now when it comes however to flowering quince if you want fruit on those it is helpful to have more than one and in fact i have discovered elon glenn that it is really helpful to have more than one different varieties. I bought some years ago three texas scarlet quince and the reason i bought them as they all had fruit on them when they were in the nursery and i thought great these o._b. You know i'll get it quince end so i planted them and seven years later. I haven't seen a single fruit on these plants. Well two who lived died. One of them has lived and i was about ready to do it in but last year i purchased two other quinn's from a a you know a fruit company that are known quince bearing shrubs and i planted those in next to to the texas scarlet and this year guess which plant is loaded with quince. I'm gonna i'm gonna go with texas. Scarlet right and you would be a winner allen and in fact you will be a winner. Hopefully they will be ripe when you come out here later in september and that that would be great to us for our cocktail event for our cocktail event. We'll do something with quinn well. I'm i'm a big quince fan. Now we have to tell people not all flowering flowering quincy's produced fruit a lot of the newer hybrids especially with double and triple flowers have been bred specifically not to produce fruit because some crazy person enthused that fruit was a negative like people might be upset and not wanna pick it up. I say they're crazy. Why not get beautiful flowers and tasty fruit so i grow the cultivar nishiki which has a very pale almost white flour to it but i have a neighbor two houses down the street elite who grows texas scarlet so we both benefit from each other being there and we get very good cross pollination and very good fruit almost every every year. I've used it to make a looker. It makes great jammer jelly and it also makes what is known as a traditional quince dish and that is quince quince paste or membrane which is member does the spanish word for it. Quince paste is what the the english call it and you cook it down until it's really really stiff stiff and you can cut it and serve that with a piece of manchego cheese or a sharp cheddar and it's absolutely a delicious combination. I've had that and that is wonderful. Ah denver made it myself but who knows maybe this year i can. Yes yeah maybe we'll serve that at one of our events wonderful so check out the quinn's check them out for for fruit of course check them out for the flower. The flowering quince are pretty. I just know this about the flowering quince. This is not a neat and tidy shrimp. This is not outta shrub for those of you that like your shrubs nice even round you know a tamed plant because they kinda they sucker out to the besides and some of them are big and some of them are little and you know. This is not a plant maybe to put right in the front of your house enlists. That's the look you're going going for with kind of a loser look but for a formal landscape you wanna tuck. This plant may be in the back. Somewhere of course mine is right in the front of my house because you know i just love it to death. I think it's beautiful in all seasons so go rock the boat ellen today's letter comes from torey ellen and and tori writes well. You often say that there are no stupid question so let me ask this one. What does soil amendment mean. I loved the tori asked this question to you know what for for for every person who would send us a question like that. There are probably hundreds who are thinking right right. Yes yeah and i say bad on us for not thinking to define this before you know it's something we take for granted and we really need to make these terms accessible to everybody everybody. I was listening recently to a podcast about bernie may dolphin and turns out when bernie sanders family down and told them what was really going on his his his wife had a question which is what is a ponzi scheme. You know we tossed terms around all the time and not everybody but he knows what they mean. So soil amendment basically means adding something to your existing soil to improve whether it's nutrition or its its texture. That's right you could call a fertilizer soil amendment. Particularly organic fertilizers are often referred to as amending mending the soil changing the soil or adding to the soil. You can call lime or sulfur. <hes> that's a soil amendment. If you are amending your soil to adjust the ph either to make it more alkaline or more acidic and i think the most common term uh-huh usage of soil amendment is when we're talking about compost or or composted manure do what would you say that i would agree and that may because it does double double duty. I mean adding compost to your soil does improve the texture of it whether you have clay soil or sandy soil compost is an excellent amendment to improve the texture and the way the water flows through the soil and it also adds some nutritional value to the soil as well so yeah. I think compost is definitely the thing most people think of so when you're talking about soil amendment the whole place to start is what does my soil we need to either be healthier or more fertile or to hold onto moisture or you know you're. You're thinking about what your soil might need and then you sues the appropriate amendment to improve what you've already got yeah. That's the key find out what you need. What's missing from your soil. Don't just go willy nilly adding amendments if you don't even know what your plants need and what they're missing. If you have a question that we can address in a future podcast. Send it to us plant rama at g mail dot com and after you do that please go over to apple podcasts and leave us a review that helps ups all their people find us and we want to reach as many people as possible remember to grow great things protect wild places and play in the dirt yeah.

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Anthony and Helen of "Goblin Works Garage"

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Anthony and Helen of "Goblin Works Garage"

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What's happening welcome thank it'd be you can follow an im Mr Partridge on instagram are you don't feel it what's going on British I watched you drive a modified nine four four turbo in episode you kind of prove that I could drive that unfortunately they cut out the show but what you going to raising it doesn't even matter right because what matters is production paid for you to go get of it the best and I convinced producers that I must have a Peltola rally I might editorialize but for ten years I had brand yeah how did you talk them into being the one who got to do that or was it their idea I was gonna thing but the fringe benefits are brilliant nailed it in a day we'd be here all we need another podcast to the let's let's I think there's about thirty another helmet another helmet that just they just keep coming but the the production unfortunately they were scared and they're like of you ever drag raced bike before I'm like no but I use ridden one no so they they're like oh well send you to drag drag school I'm like okay cool so I show up to a drag oh new year's this this year this was three best or worst rental motorcycle planet right there could be nothing in between so I did two runs that's probably not the correct strategy before time exactly and then they let me what they let me they let me a it was an old Suzuki had had nitrous on it and had a a I saw in in the one film someone gave you do coty to like paint I put on my I kind of put my own money into the production and do caddy aren't GonNa you know donate a bike for the show if a discount on a really give you it's like a dollar bike if you're yeah exactly so it's good it's kind of like that because I but that's not such a bad I have a I have a ton of cool custom bikes well it's it's the same thing that happens like with cels and you don't have project cars where you can get those perks and stuff like that new like V6 Cayenne like all right whatever you know what I mean so there's thanks complaining by the way we're just what we do on this show is we just dive inside but you get your side hustles going here and there and that's what it is like so that's just what we're talking about knowing complaining he always seems like a good idea doesn't it and then I was like I was like holy it can also be a totally different type of work in such an efficient film crew in my life it was amazing he was the show runner to they're lazy because they have a state of a system that's I mean it's a lot more predictable probably than building real work so you've gotta you've gotTa do the kind of like the the half ass kind of like do it for TV yeah and then everyone goes home and then you're still in the shop till two in the morning apart from my one new and then with the call so we'll see Christ I didn't realize that was a so you can you can map out a plan and you can still have right we sort of dove in headfirst who which one of you wants to give the summary of what Goblin work's garage Oh shit so Goblin works Was a I think it's like a little apartment and I'll tell you it's very English bio bed mister coffee yeah that was the American version of that yeah so they used to make those and then coffee I wouldn't be the least bit surprised to learn that Mr who's on the show up he'd found this casting when he was looking he he's kind of a bit I have no idea I just I I see a lot of work for a little gain sometimes cars that shoot fire are better than cars that don't shoot fire and so they really just just truck with three jets on it and just to you know and so we thought we'd Kinda resurrect the name that's a cool story I like that let's Oh not not collapse collective did but I am I worked for ten ten twelve years in the fashion industry but I I didn't go to fashion week and I was just like what the Heck so company fun I said You WanNa TV and I said no initially was that no I'm too busy you in La my I I have a friend who's a as a garage amber gi motorsport she should be on ATV yeah it's just like because they because I mean your audience has to because I capture the gay wants to you know you lose that three percent but what did you do in fashion what was your did you align is sufficient matching dies was window design all everything basically these see in the store displays aesthetics it's such a cool job it's it's it's like you're designing entire rooms once and the furniture stylus like you can't believe that this job with the needles right and they're like can every thread on the couch and lining and it's like they come from the visual merchandising background their dislike the super retail you learn an extraordinary amount about selling very sexist so I kind of with the with the workshop I had at because a super interesting how did the how did like what was it about the style of cars stored there is a custom saying the big curious seen in the UK and country mile per se we do custom here this is here you're places like people are gonNA give a shit about their houses here it's like your car your car is like a lot more important for hey us like eight us for what for modifying forty four turbo and it's you'd seem you did it to make the thing go faster you were trying to build a track horan LS clean nine forty four turbo for the rest of us you know what that argument all the nine forty four turbos put all your money into nine forty four turbos by everyone or whatever the keeper but don't fuck and trump that's the problem with the Internet though you know what I mean Sunni and then the smaller percent of those who actually haters the Internet same are one percent of the one percent and it's like Oh this is like six there's and told me I suck in that I raped cars and engine and I'm like cool and I'm like head of four thousand blocked people and how many of those do I wish I think that's okay with me I have no concerns about those people either they someone else I say that's what I want you to do I turned off comments on my instagram anything I started reading books and I read a lot of books you I used to play with cars and bikes as a kid growing up in Canada Your episode hearing this Dude Say Quid is weird they've they've put it there so we can kind of guide so they hit the beats but then they'll throw in a bunch of English words and I'm like Bonnet and boot and just say just one more and do it this way never that's the one they're going to or they'll do it that way but they'll pick their nose usable yeah you this guy is a stop hanging out in England who I my parents flew to Canada we we stayed in Canada I stayed there for fifteen years Oh wow okay yes you've earned your weird accent up you know awesome back of like I'm always a bike my whole life I've always kind of fucked around with cars and then professionally about seven years ago I opened a shop in Marbella like Marquette is very much like here but it's a it's it's like a that's the view from my apartment here wow that's that's a stunning place tree I've ever been to actually I was fortunate are you yeah it was they really care are you know whether you're ne- down at like one hundred and Sixty Google best Spain driving ah yes that's like my shop was right at the bottom of that road yeah yeah so that that leads to my my old shop wow more or less what and that's awesome is my bales on the coast to coast okay awesome aac spikes or mad over there obviously because of the weather and so you get a lot of there'll be a new set of flowers on lamppost up that road pretty much every weekend is an epic road you know what I mean and and a lot of blind corners but because you know the road it's good all day long it's quite busy if you go super early in the morning as though yeah where I would like to go drive that row those beautiful like that road that road leads you to better roads Holy Anna one of those yeah yeah but like I said it's all blind corners but once you get up to Rhonda respective like this one yeah it's it's insane like I've never been open our bikes and cars will go three or four guys on bikes and three or four guys in cars and we'll just have in general where they're they're kind of spoiled but like we also have you guys strengthening time in our the roads off it off of Angeles crest are are quite spectacular is commuter traffic in a pretty narrow window of time they don't really connect if I'm doing drive bys and I go by the same corner like five or six times someone's like what the is in for you guys La this is this is this is we keep coming here coming out here and and so has decided to come up with me and we were just kind of toured around every year for that and then that kind of join with Seema so you guys can you like okay I get this now the third time you're like never again yes season two started so we wanted to go and talk to people some sponsors and talk the literature we got mobbed and we're like this is crazy so I was walking around pretending to be because in England no one says anything to you that just walked by you and you hear Mumble Anna got mobbed and then go to meetings isn't it when that happens people are so nice you're like dude it ends up she just walks just Fox off the right answer is going to be a fucking disaster one of the halls closed or something I think they've Advantage Lingo actually better than you think eh kind of a tool company have us for a day on their stands so they yeah he was last year he came and we missed him so he's right we need to me are we can't I'm like what is the train that's rows behind can unless there's bedbugs it's like it's not so much veep people see regular but it's not about that it's about the quality two nights in old downtown Vegas by Fremont Street at the Golden Justice grimy but in a much more funny what trashing way and boom two seconds on the high I cannot recommend it or not mark and we shockingly authentic things are available if you are willing to go this much then why because it was it turned out aw the time there's a bit of raw in that you do but this car it was kind of I love Motus ball and I love the details on Graham Nessim better oh there it there's some like Koenig in there maybe Koenig specials kind of thing very much what did you do with the power train so it's got an engine in for that car in the UK a lot more than what it's a complete amalgamation just to try and get it all to work and the the drove recently My doc s sixty four six hundred just nice coil overs nothing too crazy he was just just training one with five hundred fifty horsepower sanity and it was it was it wasn't sanity power steering on it so it was impossible to steer you couldn't steer they were working on it but it was this thing as fun to drive as it looks like it was enough to keep that that'd be nice if you did so we re so where the really cool company Keiko Fat Fender I do that on your car would have it would have cost around twenty five thousand awardees build race cars that's the mold as well right Oh you keep the Molson you can buy the kit for this car we need develop a mode for the for the spoiler on pretty awesome so is a special communist Scott left suspension interior This lush online oh it's not like it's not like four racecar gutted loud oh that's okay yeah the quiet and refinement puddings is welcome later Michener dies it's a great car will cover cover fast car life with my my Mustang was on the cover of Car Craft magazine and it was they cover it was like Oh hi no I I sold it and to the reserve auction bring a trailer yeah we got sixty five thousand all over there and actually I have the magazine I can show you that car rolled but handle better stop shorter but it's a shit box forever so I'm buying Ah yes last year with my buddy Brian Yeah and you showed up in that rat rules the league safari car yeah reading cool did you guys get that popper was that my I recommend going to the Porsche experienced center where Curtis at least the end of October oh boy what are what car combine is and it's like Oh this is my silly car Hey folks getting super okay boy well yeah I suppose I'll do car like I'm I think but what I did drive an drove the shit out of was the it's quite far down I'll find a door about it tell me about this March to escort but it was like it the very first day of filming oh no someone's didn't learn basic rule appear Oh is that where Chris Harris crashed into a crash mud bog and great but not in mark to escort with a shitty gearbox the around there and test drive this car so okay so this was before we didn't think to it yes the plunked down in this mud so we're okay let's go so me and hells jump in it she's she's so we do have a few there like do some donuts and do some of this gets mud on the go pros and influe- doesn't work so it's just smeared mud and then we're in the car were literally Anonciata any window in the car we're fucked we're stuck here just to add to that and you'll probably can be a challenge they've made me do that in in real races yeah yeah I've had I've had windshields on the day that was outside the windshield was mounted directly on the outside of the windshield yeah so we're somewhere sat there in this car covered in mud so a walkie I have no way to clean the window and so they're just they're just screaming down the walk because they don't WanNa walk literally I'm pissed right on fuck you guys so I jumped out of the car get up on the are you going to jail for that I never thought I'd actually as the editor aside and goes out if I would've known this is what's going to happen when I got out of bed today until I oh I think it was a second take of me jumping off the car with the thumbs up instead of a book you guys leftist yeah the the worst thing is that flicked in my I as I got off the car she had the White Birch think that supposed to look like it's driving through a field of pay subliminal to the finished product driving but the trouble was went so or some South Africa so they're like hard yeah no grip so so yeah literally and then we crash but she crashed it perfectly like missed both that's I love these cars they're so cool and they the show is you know if you're building these cars your yeah at least everybody before you get to give it away but like on TV it's like it's like ars shows it's one like best in show at a few really bad ooh that looks fucking awesome way to get a picture that's the wrong picture Latte dish wheels side pipes at all works yes he got a coyote in it yes it's I know of a lot it again we didn't we kind of run out of time a little bit on that money sales and these these sort of had some goldfish SORTA to peace basket we've kind of things on them I America Muscle car it just didn't have the American muscle but it was it was it was designed by Fox Body Mustang with a different leader and yeah yeah doc this thing and it was it was pretty pretty sad with a different grille on a different nose cap and then the the rear hatch heartbreaking she likes that she does very eclectic John Celica from the seventies or look miniature muscle cars and then the early can early Celica like a lot of Nissan these wheels in America that likes Fox bodies and is under fifty couldn't give a fuck about the Capri all one of those places and favorite bike before we has been the my do Coty scrambler I saw you write that one hill-climb as well it was supposed to be a dirt but raised it in the mud so nice looking bike likely the stock one hundred no it was eight hundred seven hundred I make that desert sled yes I'm tall to ride the regular front part of the frame is stock everything else has gone The front the the wheels tires all the hand controls are Magura german-made sales were aluminum with stainless spokes spoke wheels. Okay and they were having I was GonNa say I've never I've never driven a car with carbon belts amazing a bike with carbons one ah the price of is pretty substantial now you're doing titanium and I'm like okay well we'll put carbon wheels on it and they're like yeah but they're like F- four ran in your launch yeah if you like the Whealy the front brake brake pad wear we'll make the bike worse in any way the the only problem I saw with this is because in that that's like a usually hangs about six inches eight inches off the back of an all the back ends that's kind of I don't know if it's a style howdy pretty good at making a bike handle well yes certain things you shouldn't fuck with take it back to you know factory respect geometry to make the bike handle out better but in real ABS and every all that all that shit off it but so so because it's a tight right hander and it goes straight up hill so you don't break too hard great and then the second run was wet and I'm like hammered into this corner hit the breaks little bit of weight there could help you out in those kind of situation now it's my daily road ride so driving shoes I make two hundred mile trips three to four times a month in my you've got support but you can still feel the pedals so if I'm I'm trying to drift at the moment if you want an actual driving focus shoe Pelosi was bought the brand how would I recommend them to walk around in all day no regular sneakers sh do dogs says Chevy s was six speed manual or Alfa Giulia Quadra Alpha builds a car that you can rely on for daily use without it being frustrating but that's sub frame with the suspension bolt under the rear of a corvette go go go play good like I I don't know a lot of car fabricators out here I know a lot of uh-huh honestly pay that's all my find someone that can start with v West but they have their place that converts regular cars to e we don't know but I mean that sounds fun shit that's cool here's where ars ever made it has horrible build quality removing the vibration Bob you go over it will sound like you threw a bucket of nails down the Ereli it rattled you have no chance of making one that doesn't rattle was quite good because the car wasn't like it wasn't like a Tesla ass you know what I mean so it wasn't they've got the the the the the wine in the motor kind of actually sounded original because that racing and they do a Volkswagen microbus that's like you know it's two hundred grand box that's a horribly bill vehicle so if you remove the engine twin turbos maybe a turbo inline six how about they build anything new anything really yeah sports cars have been on sale for ten years what do they have to but styling wise you know the old gt the oldness hands. 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CBS Sunday Morning February 17, 2019

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

50:55 min | 1 year ago

CBS Sunday Morning February 17, 2019

"Today's Sunday morning podcast is sponsored by prudential. What would you do if you had to choose between saving for your kids, college or your own retirement with the cost of a four year degree estimated to be over two hundred thousand dollars in eighteen years? It's a real decision. Many families must make at prudential. We wanna make sure your biggest financial goals never have to come at the expense of one another because financial wellness means planning for their future, and yours. Get started today at prudential dot com slash plan for both credential insurance company of America Newark, New Jersey. Good morning. I'm doing, paulie. And this is Sunday morning tomorrow. We celebrate presidents day honoring all our nation's presidents. Especially are very first, George Washington. We've all heard about Washington's long-standing marriage to Martha Custos less well known or some other possible. Romantic exploits, Jim Axelrod will report our cover story. He was the father of our country and the husband of Martha. But who remembers George Washington's I love there's never any mention Mary Phillips has she been forgotten and didn't her novel author Mary county imagines George Washington as you've never seen him. He stroked the side of her face. He felt her shiver. So revolutionary passion. This president's day weekend ahead on Sunday morning. Dionne Warwick has a singer who spin entertaining audiences for more than half a century this morning. She speaks for the record with our Morocco. You see the in down and out. The songs are unforgettable. Singer unmistakable. To say the fact that you can't really be categorized. You can't Amen. Them for being a box singular life. And voice of Dionne Warwick on had on Sunday morning. Well, the Oscar call for the envelope. Please bring best actress honors to Melissa McCarthy if so she'll be reaping the rewards of playing against type as Lee Cowan will show us. You're gonna pay me five thousand dollars. Hockey about. Not used to seeing Melissa McCarthy playing an alcoholic petty criminal. But she says this is as rewarding role as she's ever had and do love the underdog. And I love showing those undervalued people in those women that we don't give always full credit. I love to show them at the end in a very different place. The funny thing about Melissa McCarthy's Monceau funny south later on Sunday morning. On the heels of President Trump's wall declaration, Jeff glor- explores our southern border with author Don Winslow, Steve Hartman, finds a quiet sign of the times. We'll take in the exhibit that forever changed our definition of art and more all coming up. When are Sunday morning podcast continues. Where fairly sure on this precedent? Stay eve that the story of a young George Washington chopping down. Cherry tree is a myth, which brings us to this morning's mystery to George Washington love Mary Phillips. Our cover story is reported by Jim Axelrod, when it comes to the familiar portrait of the father of our country, the model of virtue in resolve who could not tell a lie. He stroked the side of her face. He felt her shiver. Maybe just maybe we didn't get the whole picture. He felt her relaxing his arms soften. It turns out of Hugh years before Martha Mary Elisa Phillips. My font heart overflows with joy to see you she smiled and her lips trembled. There was Mary. This is a massive amount of land that Marielle her family owned a quarter. Million acres of land all along the Hudson river in her debut novel. Dear George, dear Mary author. Mary Calvi rights of Washington's I love Mary Elisa Phillips, one of the wealthiest women in the colonies, what do we learn couldn't tell a lie across the Delaware. Martin. There's never any mention Mary Phillips. Why is that? Why has she been forgotten in the eighteen hundreds? She's written in every book. There is that I could find about George Washington. And yet since then I feel like she's sort of been left out of history. Calvi wants to put her back with a love story that begins in seventeen fifty six as the newly minted French and Indian war hero. Colonel George Washington is passing through New York. He stops for a party in his honor possibly Phillips manor. A mansion in Yonkers when he meets the heiress who lives there. Sparks fly was George Washington sex. George Washington stud that can seventeen hundreds zero. You kidding women wanted a touch of him as what was said. But Washington sense of duty to the king of England trumped cupid. If this guy has fallen for this heiress, and he make plans to take some leave. Go check on this potential love of your life. Coach Washington requests time off ten days twelve days fourteen days, and he writes us commanders. He's denied every time. When Mary married a British officer Roger Morris, two years later, Washington quit his command perhaps according to Mary Calvi changing the course of history, they really took away freedoms to be able to follow his heart. It's a story that has long fascinated Calvi who like Mary Philip. Grew up in Yonkers and where she's the first lady married to the mayor, Mike Spano when my husband was inaugurated as mayor I asked the question, isn't it true that George Washington once court at the who lived here it was urban legend. And when we couldn't find the answers and substantiate that story, I let me try to research shit on my own for three and a half years Calvi sorted through thousands of letters publications and journal entries. This CDS to news in her spare time since she already had a day job cowbys an anchor at the CBS station in New York City. This is not what I do for a living. So I had all of the research done and I thought well come each kid a shot. She wanted her work of fiction backed up by as many facts as she could find the NFL. She didn't always like where those facts took her. This is exactly the room. Liked to this mansion in Harlem in seventeen seventy six twenty years after George and Mary's relationship failed to blossom Washington outmanned and underresourced was fighting to keep the British from capturing Manhattan, the mansion perched on the highest point in the city made up perfect headquarters the New York harbor you'll see Harlem river, you'll see Hudson river. And so if you're looking for the enemy, you would see them coming from here and the mansion was owned by none other than Mary Phillips. Where was Mary Phillips when George Washington decided to move in? So the question that's when I went into the documents to try to figure out things were getting even more complicated for both Mary's Phillips and Kathy the author knew that Martha Washington was back in Virginia. Kenya for her own safety. And that Phillips has been was in England. No one knows for sure where Mary Phillips was. But Calvi had an idea she wasn't upstate with her sister. And she wasn't in Yonkers with her brother. So it is possible. That George Washington moved into mansion in Harlem in which is I love was living at the time. George Washington is here living in a bedroom down the hall using this as his office at the same time that his first love may very well be living in this house. Now, you're saying I know what you're thinking and cats what I could see in the documents. You really could see if you were here. This makes a lot of senses headquarters. Right. Historian, Richard Brooke Heiser, one of the world's preeminent, George Washington. Scholars confirms George and Mary Phillips were an item in seventeen fifty six, but says well historical fiction is one thing is it possible. They shared this house. We don't have any evidence of it is Stoorikhel fact or is quite another. I think she's found a possibility for a good work of fiction until we find some letter. Dear Mary, you know, so nice to see you after so many decades, it's not going to enter the historical record not saying it didn't happen. Just saying we can't say it did happen. There are rigorous standards for something to enter the historical record. That's right. And this doesn't get over that bar. Not yet. We can still look still as we Mark that two hundred eighty seventh birthday of George Washington. Mary Calvi has a story that seeks to liberate the historical figure from the marble that so often in cases is legacy. You look almost pain too. I was so torn when I found this information out, I was really a bit of a quandary, truthfully. As to what to do with this inclination because you didn't want to be the one suggesting other George Washington, the father of our country was carrying on. Well, because I'm the first one to say it there's something really uncomfortable about that for me night turn to dawn she had fallen asleep in his arms. The last small flame was burning out in the hearth. He walked over to the fireplace placed white Birch logs into it. And waited to be assured. The glow did not go dark. And now a page from our Sunday morning almanac. February seventeenth nineteen thirteen one hundred six years ago today the day, a landmark art exhibit opened at the sixty ninth regiment armory in New York. Known forever after as the armory show the exhibition presented nearly fourteen hundred works by simply put a who's who of on guard artists. Everyone from Picasso Matisse to Van Gogh and Kandinsky visitors. It turned out we're less than ready. Twenty five years of autism activity was telescope and thrown at the American public at once, and they will very confused other Milton Brown wrote a book about the armory show and talk to Sunday morning back in nineteen eighty eight on the show seventy fifth anniversary with mocking cartoons and fearmongering headlines. Formulating critics skewered that first armory show. Marcel Duchamp, new descending. A staircase seemed to provoke particular bewilderment. I think people thought that if they put find the new they understand what modern aunt was about and nineteen sixty three CBS news. Correspondent Charles Collingwood was able to confront to shop in person realize at the time as you do Sean that this would create such a furor not the slightest bit Valen painting and his twenty six years old, and there's public to receive it today that did not exist in continuing recent tradition. A new armory show will open in New York in just a few weeks. Only not at the armory and presumably not with all that fuss. President Trump has touched off a heated debate with his national emergency to fund a border wall. A certain bestselling author has long been committing his border knowledge to find print shares his thoughts with CBS evening news anchor. Jeff glor-. Tell me where we are. Here in the big nowhere. The heat in the windy, southern California desert's hundred nine right now is searingly familiar to done Winslow Nexico just across those hills. And these are drug trails coming about Mexico. By foot mule force all-terrain vehicles, usually come at night, the drug trills almost like snake tracks. They do that tell you what they are Winslow now sixty five and a bestselling author has been a third of his life at our southern border writing to critically acclaimed novels based on what he's seen after more than two decades. He thought he'd exhausted the topic. I swore I promise to myself. I promise to my wife. I wasn't going into another one about the border about drugs. But there was more story to be told. He tells that story in the border out later this month, his crime trilogy will soon be made into big budget movies by acclaimed director. Ridley Scott gets about internal borders about ethical borders. Moral borders political borders, and whether we cross them or not. And if we cross them can we ever cross back winslow's been a fierce critic of President Trump. He even got a full page ad in the New York Times criticising his border policies. We want to stop drugs. We wanna stop traffickers, we want to stop criminals from coming in walls. Save lives. Jim Agean saying wall out there someday. No. Then on every mile of the sport every month. Let's go to cloud-cuckoo-land for awhile and say, you could build that wall build it as high as you want deep as you want wide as you want. It has gates. Jeff, those gates are always open. Winslow believes a wall would make the drug situation worse by driving small-time smugglers into the hands of big time dealers. What we critically have to understand is that a border is also something that joins two communities to countries into cultures. We forget that. Sometimes if completely forgotten it what is it that people don't understand about? What's happening there right now there is no invasion of the United States through this border. These are not armed people. These are people for the most part hard working family people trying to find a better life, something we used to welcome in this country. Are they're bad people in these caravans are there some criminals, of course, I would also argue to you there were bad people on the Mayflower. There are bad people who came into Ellis Island. But that's what built this country. Done Winslow didn't expect to be spending his sixties speaking his mind about politics with twenty one novels to his name. He is now one of the most intimate crime writers in America. But for many years, it wasn't that way. You're late bloomer? Yeah. Overnight success. But it was an Arctic night in the job of of always wanted. You know, and I'm grateful now that I have it, you know, it took the world along time to agree with me that you know, I should be a writer, but he knew from the beginning spout. Six or seven years old six or seven. Yeah. My dad was a sailor who loved books, that's what he wanted to float around on the water read books. My mother was a librarian. We were always encouraged to read we're always allowed to read anything we wanted. And I thought you know, if I could make my living telling stories, that's the way I'd like my life to go Winslow published his first book in nineteen Ninety-one. He sold just enough to pay the bills but kept at it. There have been multiple times. I think when you've thought about packing it in. Yeah. Giving up. Yeah. And so what is it that gets you through that you just just continuing to work. Yeah. Right in new book, stop complaining, stop thinking, just work. That's it. That's always it. It's four miles finally to the four years ago. Winslow hit the big time. Exactly. The blockbuster international bestseller. We had a cartel markers. You don't share this much? Never shared it with anybody before you. It's this view. He says in the hills east of San Diego that gives him his inspiration. It's a lot of times where I come to think where come to create characters characters like those in his 2017 bestseller. The force Don Winn flow, a raw and profane tale of an anti hero Cobb in New York City, four AM when the city that never sleeps at least lies down. The novel is set in upper Manhattan where Winslow once worked is a private investigator. It describes a heroin mill run out of an apartment complex this area works because of its location, you're very near several major highways remarkably just before the book was published a real life heroine wasn't covered in the very building wins. They'll use to base his fictional building. Reading the newspaper, and bam those major heroin bust. I think twenty two pounds right here. Coincidence, maybe more likely the product of winslow's meticulous research team of one. He spends years digging for details. This was the gestation office the writing twelve hours a day in an old converted gestation near his California home, you're addicted to it. I think diction might be the accurate phrase. Yeah. Yeah. You know, it's an addiction. My love doing it. A love. A passion. It's given done Winslow a platform to speak his mind, not interested in apologizing. Interested in regrets. But I'm not saying I'm sorry about anything. I've written or anything. I've said. Guess this is the awkward moment portion of evening. Yup. Illumine question who gets Philip Dover? It's Sunday morning on CBS. And here again is Jane Pauley Melissa McCarthy showed off her comic skills. Opposite Billy Gardell in the popular CBS sitcom, Mike and Molly. So it would be quite a turnaround next. Sunday's coal for the envelope. Please brings McCarthy an Oscar for a very different sort of role. Here's Lee Cowan. At the bookshop at north Hollywood, California. You can find just about anything. Including on this day. Actress Melissa McCarthy. Thanks so much. See is buying actual books with actual pages tablets aren't her think every weekend we try to go to a bookstore. So wants to my husband's really good about it. I don't know I need to I need a real book needed tangible book. Thank you. Thank you books are great. But she enjoys studying people been more I read somewhere that you have a real obsession with. Observing people who really just don't care. Don't care what they look like they don't care what they say. They don't care what they eat Drake. Whatever. It's also a hobby for you're watching a hobby, and it's gotten harder since I'm a little since this is a little more recognizable. My husband many says been like you cannot follow like you. Now, you get caught more and with some of those characters that you would stock, but they mainly they make they make it into some of your other characters. Like, I think I think when I really see like a a mannerism or just a way somebody carries themselves. I really I tend to keep like playing it over and over. She's megan. I'm I want apologize. I'm not even confident which in that came out of Whitney back to you. I'm sorry McCarthy's characters cringe-worthy, if they are loveable our collection, the bits and pieces of people she's gathered along the way. I get it. You'd will little tastes Tammy. Come clamouring back from more. But for all her outrageous hilarity. Perseus is capable of some Oscar worthy subtlety to skill. She shows up in her latest performance, can you ever forgive me? You've actually carried nine books here, and you are lea- Israel. We have copies of your latest work right over there. Mccarthy is up for an Academy Award for her portrayal of lia's real the true story of a caustic bestselling biographer who inter later years typed, her way into a life of petty crime embellishing literary letters writers within the first fifteen pages of the script. I just thought I like her quite a bit. I'm not sure why. And I thought I don't know what I'm fully rooting for all ready the real life. We Israel made a name for self righting profiles of celebrities, including actress, Tulu banquet and gossip columnist Dorothy Kilgallen. But when her biography of makeup mogul, Estee Lauder flopped, Israel found herself on welfare began fabricating letters typed correspondence from celebrities like Louise Brooks at the Ferber and no coward. And then scammed New York City booksellers into mine as the genuine article, he's wonderful. I thought to name your price for letters. Do you think are still out there? But got it left to know. I think there's quite a bit of them hanging hanging on people's walls, proudly proudly and now maybe even strangely. It's like could make them even a little better. A story within the story. Action lily fervor Dorothy Parker. Marland isn't. He's yearly or is no coward. Over the course of three years, Israel carefully. Crafted more than four hundred fakes making you're one of the most prolific literary forgers in history of the people. I mean what I'm sure come home. Nobody's buying Lee. Israel lettuce. She did do some damage to the literary community even though she didn't see it that way. Now, she didn't. And I guess I don't. But I mean clearly on her side. She Griff did people. There's I'm not saying that it's okay. What she did. It's the gentlest gripped. I've ever heard of that. People got conned, and they don't take that lightly. But also she she was in absolutely desperation. You'd never know it from a writing though, which was desperately good take this letter Israel claimed was written by cetera. Dorothy parker. Dear Joshua, pal and told me to write in apologize. I have a hangover that is a real museum piece. I'm sure I must have said something terrible to save me. This kind of exertion in the future. I am thinking of having little letters runoff saying can you ever forgive me Dorothy? But until I do that can you ever forgive me Dorothy. She was such a talented writer such an incredible writer and so- witty. I mean, she was covering these lines in these incredibly funny replies. And she was really really good. You'd so was McCarthy's performance if you go by the award recognition in addition to her Oskar nod, she was also nominated for a sag BAFTA and golden glow all a pretty dark role that some see as far different from her comedic bread and butter. There's no difference for me in preparation of. If it's, you know on paper a comedic role or dramatic role. I still think you'd build them the same way in even with all the companies I've done they spend more time thinking about what makes them scared or when they feel vulnerable than I ever do about. Like, what makes them funny in fact in the nineties after a stint of doing stand up in New York City clubs, but Carthy actually found drama refuge. I really did all dramatic work on stage in New York for years and years off Broadway, pretty grim. They're pretty grim. The theaters. Oh, yeah. It was themselves. Oh, there were all it was like the darker, the more Macab, I could do the more. I just loved it. I mean, the interest was an is always someone who's much further from myself. We Israel is light years away from the midwest nice of McCarthy to an alcoholic big city. Porcupine died largely alone in twenty fourteen. After finally writing her own memoir, outlining the gritty details of her literary larceny. But at the end of the day read the book, and it does not contrite really about what she did. She actually kind of bragging about it. She's she's she'd never ever took back. The writing was good someone just recently sent me a letter that she'd written, and she mentioned I've gotten myself into a bit of trouble with some writing. And then there's some line after it basically saying, however, the writing was good in the letters are great. When line here was particularly clever. Don't you think caustic wit, you know, cost to quit as my religion Carthy doesn't excuse Israel's crimes, but she hopes the movie might serve as a reminder that there is talent in all of us, even those who are unlikable, maybe even criminal want. But we all do to be seen. I just want people to look up and notice people feel like we're so separate now. And I do think all the time like look up. Anyone you don't know who's passing you? You could be passing Lee Israel, who is sugar to be more interesting and smarter and funnier than than the average than the average person. So don't don't underestimate people. From Steve Hartman this morning. A sign of the times at the end of is Lincoln road in Newton Massachusetts lives a little girl near and dear to the neighborhood two year old Samantha savitz is deaf. But boy does she love to talk to anyone who knows sign language her parents Raphael, and Glenda, she's super engaging. She wants to chat up with anybody. Yeah. Her whole personality change at someone who can communicate with our likewise, if someone can't. Well, that makes Sam just the little sad. Her desire for engagement has been painfully obvious to everyone in the neighborhood whenever they see her on a Walker inner yard and Sam tries to be neighborly. They find themselves at a frustrating loss for words. What to say back, wouldn't you like to talk to her basic conversation that one would have with the child her about her day and make a feel it? She is part of the neighborhood just be her friend. Unfortunately, this isn't something you can solve with a casserole you'd need the whole community to learn sign language just for a little two year old girl can expect neighbors to do that. You can only appreciate them when they do. On their own SAM's neighbors got together hired an instructor and are now fully immersed in an American sign language class. The teacher Reese McGovern says this is remarkable. Because a lot of times even the parents of deaf. Children don't bother to learn sign language, but here Sam has a full community that signing and communicating with her and her family, and it is a beautiful story. And he says this level of inclusion will almost certainly guarantee a happier. More well-adjusted Sam. Which is why her parents say there aren't words in any language to express their gratitude. It's really shocking and pita fall. We are so fortunate. In fact, they say they're already seeing a difference in their daughter just here when she comes in at the end of class, the first thing, she says to us is friend. I think your heart would melt just as minded. Sometimes it feels like America is losing its sense of community. But then you hear about a place like this where the village it takes to raise a child is alive. And well and here to remind us that what makes a good neighborhood is nothing more than good neighbors. It's Sunday morning on CBS. And here again is Jane Pauley. Day war Warwick, built her career on hits like that one right now. She's looking back with our Morocco. Recording studio in nineteen sixty six. A classic comes to life. With Hal David's words hurt back. Rex music and Dionne Warwick's voice. I'd say a little prayer would go from work in progress. To a pop standard. When I go to be fitted for again. Nobody can wear that gown, but me. David and very back record songs for Dion Warwick, and nobody can single songs, but. That's because no one else sounds like Dionne Warwick. Over six decade career. She's charted fifty-six hits in the billboard top one hundred and won five Grammy awards with songs that generations have swayed to do. Sob too. Love. I say it all the time. And I truly mean it to be a part of people smile times and their lives. You can't beat it. We joined Warwick near her home in south, orange, New Jersey, not far from the church where it all began. How old were you? When you started singing in church six six years old. Yeah, I'm standing books. So that people could see me over the lectern and also hope and one I and notice everybody was smiling. And that was my very first standing ovation. By eighteen she was suing backup for Sam Cooke. Ray Charles and the exciter. Voice was distinctive to remain in the background for long. And it was exactly what the songwriting team of Bert back rack and how David needed were. You surprised that they wanted you to sing lead vocal? Yeah. Well, I mean, I haven't ACLU's why he chose me. But I didn't read me sick songs are not that easy to Ren Disley easy, saying don't make. Don't make. Nine hundred sixty three the trio put out their first release. Don't make me over her actual last name Warrick was misspelled on the album type type and w instead of an hour. And then it'd be more back and said, I can't instead her the name stuck. So did the success? Each time. Walk on by is a song about someone who's been jilted. Right. It's a way of saying, you know, what? Good. What was the back Iraq David song? You'll like singing the most on. Well, not all of them except to say. To send those. Yes. Justice apprised as you. Why does she hate it? Whoa. Whoa. Will alot. No. I don't think you've had this. If Warwick seems unclassifiable unique in sound and style it may be because of the surprising variety of musical mentors who raised her her godmother was Sarah Vaughan twos. Ances- to us all blue eyes himself took her under his wing tonight. Fiction instill refer to poppy, I became his surrogate child screen legend Marlene Dietrich taught her how to dress too. Must be cooked too. And Lena Horne? She says gave her the most valuable advice of all what did Lena Horne? Teach. You always always. You cannot be anywhere. But. And nineteen Seventy-three being Dion meant breaking with back. Racking David was at a tricky period for you. In the what it was actually a blessing gave me an opportunity to enjoy my own have my babies. After a hiatus Warwick back and in a big way, the nineteen seventy four she had her first number one. Then came you. Some. Seems that. That was followed by a couple of Grammy winners. Great song deja vu. So it was like oh really didn't need that crack David to continue her career. No, I didn't. Warwick would reunite with back rack for the most popular song of nineteen eighty six. Gladys Knight Elton, John and Stevie Wonder, that's what friends are helped raise awareness and money for aids research. Warwick was also the host of TV's dance music show, solid gold. The new edition of psychic friends network and more controversial as the pitchwoman for the psychic friends network. How do you look back at that? Experience was wonderful. Made a wonderful living exposure was incredible. You know, though, people forgot that sang for living that was a psychic. She's comfortable talking about that experience. But not much else. That's personal. How's your love life? It is. All right. Very well. I'm glad to hear it. She declared bankruptcy battled with the IRS. And in two thousand twelve her cousin superstar Whitney Houston died. What are your memories of Whitney Houston as girl and today deeply still do? No, it's like talented young lady gorgeous to look at. She's a sweetheart. And we'll always be and that's about what's it all about. At seventy eight and a proud grandmother Dionne Warwick still performs and has a new album coming out this year. He shot. We've been listening to her for so long. She's become a part of our lives. I like me and. Apparently, all those who I call my friends. You got a lot of friends kinda like the n to always begin. Morocco. And I've got a brand new podcast. It's all about the people who have long fascinated me. The one thing they've got in common. They're all had the name brand new podcast mo- Pichu Aries from the twentieth. Century's greatest entertainer. He was everything. I mean, he could play any instrument. He could dance like a maniac to the founding father who just doesn't seem to get much respect. This guy did everything wrong. So there's no statue there's no signature on the declaration of independence. You'll learn new things about people you thought you knew what you wear that the day of your inauguration, Audrey Hepburn died. You'll learn about people who aren't real they did not have room in the writing for the older brother because the funds became the older, brother. So join me this premier season of mobile Aries. Roses, a red violets are blue. But for a real fashion statement, faith, Sailly tells us to think paint. Consider pink the color of flowers, ballet, shoes and candy hearts. So how do you explain this pink is the most divisive color in American society, people either love pink or they hate it. Valerie Steele, curated a recent exhibition about the shade at the fashion institute of technology in New York. How can anyone object to pink will because people object to the stereotypes pink? These associations of dumb, immature girls than a lot of girls and women go that's not me, but still says pink entered the world, gender free and has led quite a colorful life. People want to believe very simple stories about colour, and in fact, like culture, in general, it's more complicated. In the eighteenth century and expensive South American die made pink fabric. Chic Paris was the center of fashion, and so became the ultra fashionable color men. More women were boys girls wart interiors were paying so it wasn't about gender. It was about class. It was about being fashionable and aristocratic just after the civil war pink hit mainstream America in the novel Little Women, one of the characters has twins a girl and boy, Amy put a blue ribbon on the boy and pink on the girl, French fashion. So you could always to buy eighteen forties. The French had decided pink was for girls or women and blue for boys be Americans decided that you could really make money out of color coding children's clothes. But I there was confusion many stores in America thought pink was for boys and the other. Go on and on and on Pincus for girls and blue is for boys. Little boy blue come blow your horn, if Pincus for girls the die, shall we say was cast businesses. Started seeing green once pink was linked with notions of sugar and spice and everything. Nice. There's a lot of inertia in an association like that. Once it's established. It's tough for it to change. But decades later a little girl bounded on the scene who shook up pink sweet image. Kirsi an ele- ways. I am six I think she basically owned version of pink and said pink can also be mischievous who could be a little bit more playful atom alter teaches marketing at NYU stern school of business. That was a really good thing for the color pink. Gave it this extra dimension. And meant that pink. Didn't just mean being very well behaved in doing exactly the right single the time. It also meant being yourself. And being the real version of who you are when we started the book, the concept of the background color was never planned this will empower little girls, but it did Hillary Knight created the illustrations for the book. Louise, he decided she'd be only black white and bathed in bright pink, the book became a sensation. Life magazine published six pages directly from the book. It was on the best seller list. Think think pink when you shop for some clothes and its author Kay Thompson became a movie star playing fashion editor with a rosy idea. Forget them deal. Assess black addressed everybody knew about Ella is and the color paint. It is why she is saying pink, but nineteen fifties America had a less spirited message to spread pink became a part of a whole sort of feminine mystique push women back in the home and get them to do feminine things. And so began pinks well dark period while some of the gentler sex embraced pink, some sixties feminists. Soulread? So when the little girls wanna buy all, the pink toys a lot of mothers, go. I don't really like that kind of bubble gum Barbie thing. I don't want my daughter to just buy into that. That is until recently. Whoever said orange is the new pink with seriously disturbed as filmmakers began to celebrate the shades smarts resume. Pink sent it. I think it gives it a little something extra. And it's sass. We want to invite you to have lunch with us on Wednesdays. We were pick their emphasizing their girls on their girls empowered. Especially girls and women with a 'cause the pink ribbon brought awareness to breast cancer and other groups saw its power a lot of activist movements have embraced pink as a political color for women when you saw all of those pink pussy hats, you realize if you want to be noticed, we're pink and Valerie Steele says that leaves everyone in the pink over the last twenty years different genders sexualities and racist have gotten together and said pink doesn't have to be childish and feminine pink can be powerful and trudge Innis, political cool is kind of a dream color. Now thoughts on President Trump's declaration of a national emergency. From Norman Ornstein political scientist at the American Enterprise Institute. So we're going to be signing. Today. And registering. National emergency in a rambling announcement on Friday. President Trump said that despite signing the compromise funding Bill he would still declare a state of emergency to build his border wall. A president invoking. Emergency powers is not new over the past hundred years presidents have done. So dozens of times from FDR to prevent a run on banks to George W Bush allowing warrantless wiretaps after nine eleven to Obama on the swine flu epidemic. Thirty still remain technically in effect, even where presidents overreached like Harry Truman slap down by the supreme court after seizing steel mills during the Korean war. They had valid loss to rely on an urgent reasons to act this is different in his answers Friday to reporters questions Trump gave away the game. I could do the wall over a longer period of time. I didn't need to do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. I could do the wall over a longer period of time. I didn't need to do this. But I would. Rather do it much faster? This is not trivial if the president can succeed with this voluntary state of emergency. He is setting the table for something. Much more dangerous. Emergency powers are sweeping a president may seize property institute. Martial law control, all transportation, and communication and much more. All these emergency powers are there. Under an assumption that a president puts the nation's interests first respects, the other branches of government and the rule of law. What if we have a president who does not fit that description? There are guardrails in place. Congress can pass a joint resolution racing an emergency declaration. That will no doubt be vetoed by President Trump and to override that veto. We'll take at least a third of Republicans who've shown no interest in checking this president. Then we have the judiciary from says he expects the supreme court to rescue him. If the five Republican appointed justices uphold this order, they're saying an affect. That presidential power is unlimited. There is no article one of the constitution establishing the powers of congress making congress meaningless pay attention, our fundamental freedoms could be at stake. I'm Jane Pauley. 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That's not unusual until people fill in and you know the kind of get into the gallery and get get settled oh we seem to take a little bit of time no matter what about how big the sale is but then then the the I started a fly and when it was all said and done and the dust settled the seven seven figure hips which considering sitting that we've heard that session two and three are supposed to be more more fruitful if that's the case Jessica then then yesterday it was spectacular. I put on my running shoes for today. It was a good night's sleep I today it will talk about yesterday from your overall impression depression. I mean there's already a handful of stories sure yeah I would agree with you. It seemed like the sessions Goff Rowley. There seemed like there were a bunch of Arnaiz but it just kept picking up steam throughout the day and I think by the end it's hard to imagine that anyone that came in was unhappy. Human officials were unhappy with the result but looking at a buyback right there was twenty nine percent which is good and the seven figure transactions the seven million transactions that you mentioned it yeah. I think it was a it was a great day at the sale. Let's start with the there's no reason for comparisons because the books aren't. I think what there were four sessions for. You've been bigger last year so it's a slightly smaller book this year and so it makes the comparisons kinda difficult but yeah it was it was a good day just based on the numbers that they had this year a I thought I thought maybe one of the stories you had a heavy family tinge to it with the Hinkle's with the Al Maktoum's the band it was it was very notable from that standpoint talk about the ankles is because it was their day they're such wonderfully Nice people. It was such a great thing to see them. Have just an amazing day they had two horses they sent through the rain yesterday and both bought seven figures and they had that two point five million dollars cap it the topper yesterday who is is a half as as you know to Derby winner night with and this is the mayor that they bought for not that much when Mike was was a wheeling bought this mayor for one hundred thousand dollars in two thousand thirteen eighteen and now she's back million dollar yearling in the last two years both of which were bought by Godolphin by Sheikh Mohammed Godolphin so it's just a great story for the whole family they also had a a curling Colt sell for one point five million and they bought that Mayor Ah with the curling Colt in Utero for just three seventy two thousand seventeen so just a a great remarkable day for the family absolutely lutely that one that it's funny that curling since you bring it up we still have to talk about the other one the the female family here transportation is that damn and the a second dam alternate that produced alternation and as a result it just so happens the pin oak the pin oak doc families have been all over the the result sheets the last few weeks ego back to the Pacific Classic. You've got higher power who would be what a brother of a brother of the The a higher power is produced by alternate who is also the dam of transportation there you go there. You go complicated as possible. That's fine. I it it it there was another relation out of this family that one something in the last couple of weeks because I kept coming every time I looked one of the reasons I like higher power in the Pacific. Classic was the mile and a quarter because of the relation to alternation and there it. was you know there was some hints there but this family this family shows up the sales ring at and get a big score. I think people people are watching there. They know what's the what's going on. In the racetrack. They have that information to they're going to fit in the sales ring. Talk about the band or offs and the other Godolphin often two million purchase was the Medaglia d'oro Colt that hip one thirty eight out of terrorists tango at her first foal. There's quite a few prominent did the broodmares that are are selling their first babies at the sale and you wrote a piece. I think the right did you you see different artists Christie. Did I saw went to the Cadillac and pick that all the the mayor big mayor's who had first of all this year so it was very interesting to see that and this one was one that she featured and yeah a great result for Stonestreet as well. I mean they're just having a great they were they were big buyers yesterday. They bought A MMG in Philly for nine fifty as well so they did both sides of the House yesterday well the one we're talking about. the Colt what thirty eight two million one hundred and fifty thousand that was the big ticket item for Denali but they also scored with a pair of curling's one Colt One philly both eight hundred thousand the Philly goes to shake have Dan to shad well and Mike Ryan bought the Colt. Yeah I mean what can you say about current year that Kirwan's having in the sales ring he just he dominated at Saratoga and Jen comes out strong here on the first day of the team in September sale. One Way to get Larry bested to look at your to look at your consignment is to have an intimate. It's a mischief that seems to be. I keep saying he personally you said I I signed a ticket on the one yesterday was I came in here looking looking for intimacy if I have been impressed with the ones that I bought I've had running like instagram and relating and and I wanted more so so so he went back to intimacy finish seems well-stocked on intimacy of this year the the one out of Philly hills of course a half brother to his Cambier Park who was run the del Mar a few weeks ago so he spent nine hundred and fifty thousand dollars for that Colt and he bought another intimacy four seven hundred and fifty thousand so he was busy with intimate strips that was hit twenty eight seven fifty. This was serve a tailor made that is the family of your lab Yes and also we should say it wasn't just into Mr for Larry yesterday. He also bought an American Arab philly so he made three purchases yesterday looking through some of the names Sir and I mentioned when I gave a top of the show you know kind of top line recap anticipation of your visit. Ah certainly the Japanese contingents were were well represented and apparently are are dotting the grounds talk about the couple of prominent purchases yesterday sure there's a topic coal to a full to champion unique Bala who is going to Japan after they purchased purchasing for one point five million dollars for a new owner relatively new owner in Japan UJI HOUSE DECARLA was his second purchase ever he also bought a horse at the select fail in Japan over the summer and the plan for this horses. They're going to send them to Japan and put him on that Japanese road to the Kentucky Derby that master fencer us this year to get to the Derby so they're hoping he he's accessible there and they can bring him back to the Kentucky Derby in in a couple of years interesting yeah I also I also see Yoshi Yoshi Zaba stable that bought a tap it call it. It was a very international buying bench in general were there but it seemed like there were people from all over the world the shopping at and I think it's really sets up for strong sale. When you have those international buyers here at the beginning pushing and the domestic buyers you know they have to fight back and they maybe get pushed into another book to to keep the strength going throughout the market through the rest of the couple of weeks? We're selling here at one of the stories. He's that that certainly has emerged in the last two years. The incredible Oh come back to the Industry Jessica of Peter Brand and under the White Birch farm name is is the is is the banner which I think is what the Polo his Polo moniker he had he had planned apparently to come back and just dabble and have a couple of horses when apparently he's missed that mark then and the data now well he apparently asked fairly asked Chad Brown. You know if I would if I came back if I if I get back in the game would would you take. I only planned to have maybe three or four horses that went out the window right. Quick bought four yesterday exactly not to mention what's going on at pace park mark where he he's. He's involved in the new. What's going to be the new kind of re reborn pace in park? I talk about the the purchases yesterday pair colts by pioneer the Nile and then to Phillies kitten's joy in a Flintshire at thought it was interesting with the the one pioneer denial teamed up with Cool Moss Envy Magnolia. They spent a million dollars for this colt by pioneer the Nile I think I think that's interesting because because they last year at the cell bought monarch of Egypt is in by American Pharaoh the same partners and that horses now group one place in Ireland so obviously they like what they see from that the teamed up again and bought the half brother yesterday. I thought that was kind of interesting. I always like it when I see the people like they by a horse one year and then they come back and get more of the family next year. It's always it's always a positive signed for the family. Obviously they like what they're seeing well and just they paid his literally paid one hundred sixty thousand for the Flintshire philly three sixty for for the kitten's joy seven seventy five for the pioneer of the Nile out of shook up that was a four star item. This happens to be the second dam. Here's sugar shake the lovely sugar shake and so I'm sure I'm sure he's far from done. I also I've. I've got to ask because I did see a note. this morning and I don't know if you if you've had had a chance yet to to follow the if this has been made more widely discussed and that apparently was was that hip fifty-eight Jessica the Warfront Colt that it has a name tour of duty this is the the war front out of Sabbatical that had been in the full patrol and apparently aren aid you either coming out of the ring but it apparently was was purchased privately and it's not showing up on the sales tab yet. I'm not sure that Cayman includes post sales I know that it does but I'm not sure that came in does so it might not actually show up interesting because I I'm limit that they would. I don't know but I think that you not include post sales acting lines. That's interesting as has it happens because Nicole Russo had had made note that that this horse that had been a part of the group that you know the the Pala fame the museum had made as bay very popular during season and daisy Phipps replied this morning that he was a private sale before he got back to the barn to White Birch for seven hundred two thousand and that the Phipps stable will retain twenty percent so interesting the there's an interesting development element you have given me something to follow today and also Peter brant dabbling. I think we're establishing a lot of things that apple has is dabble in the rock. Exactly it's becoming out it's become one of those rock dives now I it's it's not told the water at this point. It's like Acapulco cliff dive well. That's a yeah that's a story because that that the fact that the fixes are staying in is interesting and of course the the the the Phipps offerings that were being advertised coming into the sale sale made quite a splash and to the point where daisy responded publicly to inquiries about whether they were somehow oh pulling back or even leaving the business but it it they said she said categorically no but you know kind of opposed city kind of reshaping of the stable I think they've been doing that over the last few years sort of like trying to find into more manageable number and finding different ways you know I know that they bought a few things in the in the past few years as well which was a new thing as as they restructure structure bit I think well and what else what else did you write about that. that you thought was was either. A success may be a wing linked yearling sale or what what other stories caught your eye yesterday. I think it's a big thing that Sheikh Mohammed is back in attendance at the L. He he was gone for about ten years. He didn't attend the sales personally but came back last year and Godolphin was far and away the leading buyer last year and he's back again this year and and we saw an impact on Monday with a two two million dollar purchases of Godolphin so I think there are other ones to watch the rest of the week here. I think there'll be a major presence. Obviously sad well. Traditionally is a is a big buyer and they were active yesterday while they were the second leading buyer yesterday so I think you're gonNA see the same kind of people at at the top in hopefully continues on. What are we liked today? give us a couple of hips that you're watching and you expect do you said that this should be a a big day and and again a number of big mayor's and a lot of big siblings go through today and there are are a lot of big big name pedigrees coming up as you said I think it's interesting that bridal wooden Donald Berto partnered up to buy a few high-priced mayors in the last a few years and two of those have yearlings going through today. There's a hip to forty-seven who is a full brother to Constitution DONALD BERTA bridal would teamed up to buy his Damn Bridle baffled rather for three point five million dollars and they also are selling the first of all out of Kentucky Oaks winner Catherine Sophia via Philly by Pioneer Nile whose hip trio one so those are two to watch out for the two big groups there's also a top at Philly Atta camping day at the SPA that eating is consigning for stonestreet and Don Alberto also has the first out of grade one winner Angela Renee who's by empire tiremaker Cope by empire maker Denali has a half to tap rich and Airdrie has a warfront out of oaks winner believe you can so those what are some of the highlights probably on the pedigree today absolutely and the other big story line that we we tend to follow his first crop successes and saw that the Ron Happy Eurlings yesterday four of them sold nicely for instance make can't get a better marketing campaign going around happy to advertise them a little bit. Mr Well the individuals still have to go out and perform for the buyers they still have to they still have to look good but just the fact that you know I know there's only I think there's only one today but you know part of it is they've got to make they've gotta gotTa make the Cadillac Right. I mean the the catalog. These horses are evaluated. These yearlings it. It just isn't a question of you know you put you put your your your name. It and you're going to get into the you know. It's a book one. there's one today and then there's four tomorrow but talk about some of the other first scrappers California chrome obviously who else are we watching Nyquist resell yesterday for three sixty was his average average so he was second behind unhappy and frosted also had three cell and he averaged about two hundred fifty three thousand so those were the the top young sires here's yesterday and since you've since that came up let looks like California in chrome only had two phillies so yesterday so too early thanks for him. NYQUIST has got three today and let's see about California chrome because it's the California does not have any. That's actually I think that back today. I'm looking at sessions three session to today. Let's go back one and had Let's take a look for take a look at Nyquist and Nyquist has won today frosted. You have to actually spell out more than F. R. O. Because warfront comes up. There's there's six. There's there's six for us today to California chrome for the profits a one one the actually one chrome is out hit three thirty one came out that van meter gentry had so tailor-made sells hip two oh three so fairly early today the first I dozen or so we'll go through today and you know plenty of other firepower curling looks like he's got a big day today with over dozen and all the big names that's it's always interesting because of the way the randomness of the alphabetized advertised system of the mayor's. Just you know it's the way they're gonNA spill out from once they once they picked that lead letter. It's it's funny how that works out. Sometimes you get bunches of good horses and then there's golf all random just alphabetically well mm-hmm use your alphabet dispel. Td N per bread Daily News and the team of coverage Bryant did not O'Brien will be with us on Thursday Jessica and Christine who else is on the blouses trumping the grounds just the three of us here in Kentucky and we've got Alan Karasu back at the office so he's helping us out to Allen's only allowed out of the office once a year to go to Hong Kong Hong Kong where we send him exactly exactly he he he. He's got colts neck. He goes he goes from a Brielle to Hong Kong yeah exactly right. Hey Jess I appreciate it and of course you should be following all of the terrific correspondents for the CDN and Jessica Martini does tremendous job one of our favorite the visits at any sale season so ton- thanks appreciate it not at all Jessica Komotini at td and let's take a top of the hour break. We've got a visit from John White coming as well as the father daughter team and not the gunthers. 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Prodigy here is a superstar that his name is afternoon delights and and kept us on absolutely galloping and the Hollywood attorneys these are the champions that help out the horses that might not WanNa great one race but always tried just as Ktar come visit them all friends when you're in Kentucky or at our Bobby Frankel Division old friends and Saratoga I know they'll be glad to see old friends and G. Kline DOT ORG or call us at five. Oh two eight six three seventeen seventy five now back to at the wizards with Steve on Sirius Xm radio added and we're back at the races is five minutes into our three and it's the John White Paper Tiger Rag Good Morning John White regarding food excellent excellent kind of a kind of a warning. We're hitting a bunch of different things and WANNA catch up with you before we're joined the you know the todd's up up in at all of their exploits in western Canada no exploits leads. I don't know them but certainly as you say they had a lot to celebrate from last weekend I especially appreciate the fact if it Mario Gutierrez one that MEC- Derby the big race to the three year olds Tom five-star general the distorted humor Colt and that's a big race. It has been for many many years up there in that part of the of well I can't say our country country but in in that part of Canada in fact they had a lotta horses come in from century downs for that. BC Derby this year but that Mario Gutierrez was a real successful writer on that particular Oval I I always enjoy going up there to what was exhibition park back in one thousand nine hundred seventy s when I was working long anchors for the racing form Mande in fact the very first day I ever went up to exhibition park which is now he seems race. Course I decided David Race Monday nights and long acres race Wednesday through Sunday and so what do you do when you have a day off well. I decided decided I think I'll drive up there from Seattle to Vancouver. BC I'd never been out of the country at that time crossed the border order nicely and got up to and it was I only had one of those little unlike today where we've got these phones that can guide you all over world and thank goodness for those I tell you how how wonderful those are to have when you travel across the country or wherever you're going these days days but all I had was one of those like Rand McNally deals that had a little little teeny about four inch by by four inch map of Vancouver. BC But they had the trapped on their exhibition park so I'm driving through the city and I got into the vicinity of exhibition park and I was having trouble finding it and so I'm candidate driving around the area and finally saw some stables and thought well I must be at at the track now so I pull up and I was planning post time was supposed to be like six thirty and I was you know realizing I could get lost store. I wanted to get there with plenty of time and ah I drive into this parking. Lot in the parking. Lot is practically full at four thirty and I'm thinking boy. That's an awfully big crowd here two hours before the first post this is a little weird so I opened my door and uh I can hear a call of race and I'm thinking well what the heck is going on the run and arranged two hours before they're supposed to be running array so that was rather quizzical so I walk up and find the entrance to the track and before just before I get to the entrances kid comes up to me and he goes. Hey Do you WANNA buy a program program for half price and what did they spot. These United States guys mind that easy to spot the guys I said for what day I thought the kid was maybe trying to some program for a different day or something and he sits for today here. Take a look and I said well okay so I bought the kids kids program then I went up by a racing form and they were out I said well what kind of a deal is going on here. So I go walk into into the track and I look on the top board and it's the seventh race and I thought well. They're supposed to start at six thirty. How can it be the seven the three so I look to the program in the features of the Victoria Day handicapped so it's a holiday in Canada and instead of Monday night card was a an afternoon even card so I had driven two and a half three hours up from Seattle so the first thing I did was look at how many races they had on the card? I'm I'm thinking God. I hope they don't only have eight races. I drove all the way up here for like two racist and they did have four was a ten race card so I had the seventh eighth ninth and Tenth I can't I have no raising form so i. I'm thinking well. What do you do so the first race I I went up to bat was horse that just off the pedigree? I thought well you know this looks pretty. Well bred. I recognize this pedigree and the horse just one by like five and I thought well maybe I don't need a racing zing form after all so then for the next race there was this guy I saw racing form on the floor and I thought Oh this is good that baby I can pick that up and there was this guy that was rather intoxicated. He was standing on the form and I'm. I'm thinking God if this guy could just lift his front a little bit I grab this form and finally the Guy K Kinda got tipsy and he kinda tapped enough for me. Eighty to snatch up this and I said serves this year racing form and he said no and he walked off and Oh man this is great at least now I got a racing form and so then the next race I saw the the horse that had fell the time before but he was like eight to five in the race that he fell and I so I made sure it went to the paddock where they have a statue of Jordan royal who of course was John London's a Cabanal ride of his storied career when he won the San Juan Capistrano at Santa Anita but this was a very famous horse canadian-bred George Royal and so I go to the paddock to kind of look at the source. NC Bell last time to see if he looks in good shape and he went on the Post Parade. I liked the way he was acting on the post braid horses like four to one and I thought well gee if the sources bet so much first time out you know he had to have good works and everything so I went up in bed him and he won by about five and I thought wow this is actually working out to be quite a good day and so I lost the next two races by ended up showing uh-huh inappropriate for the day but that was sure rocky day for that whole trip my other trip to exhibition park that I think your listeners would appreciate like back this would have been all around nineteen seventy seven nineteen seventy eight and drove up there again on a Monday obviously obviously from then on I made sure that they were actually starting at six thirty instead of two o'clock or something. I never made that mistake again. I always made sure of what Bay Victoria Day was for the rest of my life so I drive up for Monday card. They had a stakes race that night. NFL really from long acres was in the race and her name was Sochi steal. Her father had won the nineteen sixty eight long acres mile on on a wet track and he was a really good horse and he was a tremendous wet track worse back then we called the mutters and this was a daughter of him and I actually assigned later a superior mud mark the x-ray inside a circle for Silky steel she was that's phenomenal wet track performer at Mike Jane so it was the leading random long anchors went up to exhibition park the writer in this steak and so you always had the exchange your money the American into the Canadian money so I exchanged my money and I lost a couple of races so I am. I'm thinking you know what I and it started to rain and I thought you know what I'm GonNa. Just stop betting and I'm going to bet everything I got left on Sochi steel in the feature since it. It looks like it's GonNa be a wet track so I did and she went off at like a four to one and she just aired that night and and so I ended up having a really good night and made money and so I get back to the border and I'm sure it's not like that these days but it was pretty easy going back between Canada and the United States back then in in the late seventies and I get to the border there were only like six cars in line and I get up to the Guy Dot roll down my window and he says what is your place of residence and I said Renton Washington and he says what was Your Business in Canada Nice at Horse races aces well how'd you do. I said well you know I was down early in the car but it started to rain. Sochi steel neal was in the feature and he goes oh my God Sochi steals in feature tonight I had to work and I said yeah and he goes who wrote her and I said Mike James. My jeans went up to writer. Oh I take it she won. I said Oh yeah she went. wire-to-wire she won by four or five what'd she pay four dollars. A third of one. I said one. The guy says so. I'm looking in my mirror and the traffic is starting to stack up behind me the border to get back into the United States because this guy wants to talk. Horses let states right so finely says well the one through and I said thank you Sir Grove right on back to rent as you know but that was it's quite I I can tell you. I've never talked horses at the United States border before like that that's great I I I've gone. got got a few times when I when I was working again at and would go to Vancouver for typically you know maybe maybe twice a year business and we'd get over to exhibition as well and I it was it was modest at that time and then it before it was re christened and reborn as as Hastings the the history of of all lows western Canada tracks is is interesting they they've kind of changed over the years and the situation with century seems seems very healthy hardy a couple of weeks ago when when he'd run up there and and you know got taken down but he raved about century three and the people and and how well they retreated and how enthusiastic they were I mean it's you know it's the West I suppose I suppose you could put to hastings in Vancouver proper but the two century properties that that is that might as well be Oklahoma Homa. I mean that's essentially what it is for for Canada. They've got you know real culture of of the horse and you'd mentioned logged enemy. There's a great history and a long history but we're GonNa talk after view and I finished we're GonNa talk to shelley and to her father Glenn Todd God i I'd seen the name but this was this was an amazing for them to win the Oaks Derby and they also one the the Randall Plate and I think only one of the horses was favored. It wasn't as if you know back Robertson Ah Day at Canterbury a couple of weeks ago couple maybe like a month ago during the summer and and Mac one I think he won five of the the the Minnesota stakes but he was favored every in every race in a short price basically here they they were not. I think the only one favourite rid of those three so speaking favorites one other trip I took a exhibition park in the seventies as nineteen seventy eight and it was opening night eight in April and again I made sure that it actually was night not day and myself and my call taker who took down my call call lawmakers. Mike pflieger ended up being the general manager of the Seattle Office of the Racing Forum and I had hired the guy for the racing for amount of a bowling alley where he worked in spokane but he was a big racing fan. That's why hired him. He was so knowledgeable about racing and he ended up replacing me as the chart caller when Nice started moving all over the country working my way up for the racing formed end up eventually in southern California but he and I drove up there two exhibition park on Monday night opening tonight and Steve Cauthen they had brought Steve Coffin in the right in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight again this as April and keep in mind that the first Saturday in May may coffin would win the Kentucky Derby on affirmed and of course sweep the triple ground with a firm so this just before that triple crown coffin cotton mania was huge and they had a tremendous crowd that night and coffin didn't come into right one race. He wrote like six five six seven races that night and you talked about favorites. This was great because you talk about over bet horses and I was cleaning up betting horses that a lot of them were ridden by Kenny skinner who was like the leading rider at exhibition park at that time and he was riding horses that probably should have been favored but because everybody he was piling on these cop and horses I was getting you know a much better price on those horses and cotton only won one race that nice so that was a very memorable night 'cause this was one of those I I was thinking boy. I wish this happens all the time in racing you get these inflated prices on horses just because a big name writer well. He's writing these other horses. There's a there's an analogy to that and it came up in our coverage of the the Hong Kong racing and it was at the time we first were getting getting into the Hong Kong conversations and Paul the TV's talked about how when they run a dirt card at Hong Kong and this is in the middle of of of the Joe Barreiros just domination that that has been kind of kind of yeah. Let's say quashed but it it certainly has tempered with Zach pertinent emerging in Hong Kong but when Moreau was just winning everything nine they would run yeah. They have those handful of dirt only cards that they run. I think four times a year they run the dirt cards and everybody everybody would still be betting moreau except that he wasn't as effective riding on the dirt and so Paul pointed out that that that same phenomenon where everybody was piled on to you know one jock because of the over the over riding dominance of of the writer on the circuit in general but when they ran the dirt races he just wasn't as effective and so you had these these totes that were inflated because of it safe but tell you one thing you mentioned Matisse Those matisses Ah among my favorites to listen on your show I mean you talked about knowledgeable sharp people in this game and I just listen awesome very very carefully whenever they're on I mean just tremendous knowledge in this game and real feel for this sport and for the gambling aspects of it and so forth so and you had another one of my favorites on yesterday nearly the Prestige was nice to hear him you you know you think back to that job he did with wise. Dan and I mean you know I it's just that kind of almost being forgotten now. Just what a fabulous Bilas Job Charlie did with that horse. What a fabulous horse that was no doubt and we try to we try to point that out that Charlie hasn't forgotten how to train justice needs just needs the stock? That's always that's the case with everybody. Let's Talk John on a couple of notes before we bring in Glen Shelly Todd. Let me get a couple of of reactions to the opening weekend at low sow and I haven't really reference that yet but I did bring up the maiden race from Friday Mohawk the winner her and visually it looked okay didn't come back a fast race really so we'll see what happens next. The the sibling of Dolby ran a good second for for John Sadler and off then we went into the stakes action just reaching there we go. Here's the my my low south stuff mood mischief three lengths behind Mohawk walk in that maiden race and then Saturday we had the beverly Lewis and the the Johnson for the cow bread three and ops but the Baffert with floor Dhamar ends up going off second choice well Florida Kamara was very interesting because this to nail philly was very hype going into her debut back in January she was one to five within that race and won like she could be something that really make a splash in the three-year-old filly ranks this year but this is where you know you and Andy were talking. Knock it a little bit about buyer state figures earlier and look I. I've knocked the buyers from time to time just when I may have a disagreement with them for this or that but I'm GonNa tell you there's such a helpful tool they really are and this is a great example of that Florida Lamar because considering considering the hype associated with her at really resonated with me when she got only a seventy eight Meyer in her debut and again again to show you the hype most billy's that would debut and only get a seventy eight like that wouldn't have been pounded the odds-on favouritism Internet start which she was and she ran a disappointing ranks that day in the slot that it wasn't a slop so you think okay that was in the slop. She ran a decent second in the Sandinista Oaks folks. I mean Bell Athena Cleaner clock that day but at least she finished second in the grade one race and Bamford did think enough of her to send her to the Kentucky yolks but I mean when she was no factor there and back in southern California and a short field in the summertime. Oh you kinda thought well this is a really good spot for because that was not not a strong addition to the summertime oaks and she really came kind of a part in that one and went on the shelf after that so she comes as Mac and you know my she her work tab into this comeback race was very good so I thought she could really return return to form in this race and that she did return to form she was off the pace actually last for part of the race and came on uh-huh down the middle of the track under Mike Smith at that that was interesting Smith was writing her too because he'd only ridden her the one time before in the summertime oaks when she got beat a mile and I was really thinking well. If this is the hype Philly that you know we were led to believe maybe she's he's GonNa get a pretty decent buyer this race and she got an eighty two so that wasn't that far from the seventy eight in the debut so it makes me at at this point conclude that this is a nice milly but she's nowhere near the billy she was Kinda hyped to be and I drown that conclusion at this point based off the buyers because the buyers often are good indication of this now you don't want to always go with that because I've seen a lot of really nice horses debut with a figure and then you know as they get more experience they'll take that buyer and and really build on that and improve quickly that all over the country. I've seen that so you don't want to just because she gets a seventy eight in the debut. You don't want to say oh well this affiliate that isn't going to be much and especially actually when she's a billy. That's got a nice pedigree to his mallet of APOPA mayor and in the hands of a great trainer like Bamford but this one reason I kept after nine honors because she's a Godolphin and you know Babar wants to produce for Godolphin just like I was keeping an eye on the Jed Mon- horses that were with Bob early on because you know Bob really wants to produce and try to become like the Bobby Frankel on the West Coast for Jed Edmund and that's one reason I got high on arrogate a little ahead of the curve before a lot of people did and one reason I bet arrogate in the travers uncut uncut a really nice price on him in the travers is because I was kind of projecting that maybe this was going to be a star for backer in terms of him having star Judd Mont so a lot of times. Maybe you can draw parallels between the ownership and the trainer and and kind build on that as a better and try to ride ride the coattails of that but again Mohawk he was very hyped before his debut and he Ebola's hyped for the summer and his debut got delayed a little bit and so then he got back on the work tab at Delmar and had a good string of works coming coming into this race at Los Al anyone one drawing away. I thought wow this is the Mohawk that was being hyped well here again the fact did he got a rather soft buyer something to take into consideration when trying to measure him up against the likes of eight rings and who was in the nineties and here's maybe you get a ninety four at del Mar and you'd have to think would've won the Dome our fraternity most likely if not four taking that left turn in the shoot and then seeding leading the writer so Mohawk can build off at this race. He's an uncle a lot of any given set Saturday mayor inexpensive yearling purchase but I've really enjoyed your coverage as always not only of racing but of the sales you know you do such a good job getting getting Nicole Russo and Jessica Martini in fact. I've never had a Martini in my life. So these are the only Martinez I've ever had are these Jessica Martinis and you know it really keeps us up and the fact that Godolphin was such a big player at already keeneland. I'm wondering WHO's going to be getting these horses. I think that I'll be surprised if BOB BAFFERT doesn't at least get somebody out of this these purchases this is yeah. He's he's getting his share and they spread them around a Karen. Course Karen gets the SHAD wells and yeah. There's led the right now. The method Hardy Owen has been there's been getting some nice ones so nice Nice Win for as we mentioned for Florida Mar and then when it came to the cow bread Oliver the Papa Clem for William People's and this was Doug Odeal they they take the Johnston we still have the low sal special yet to run all the forces in southern California. They're going to get themselves a little three three week break and get ready for Santa Anita and John. You're getting ready for Santa Anita of course as well we will we'll we'll catch up with the next week grant Steve and I certainly look forward to listening to the ties and I congratulate them on as well on such a huge a day there at hastings racecourse in the city that I think is a lovely city. It's one of my absolute favorite cities in the entire World Vancouver British Columbia Columbia a beautiful beautiful city. That's a great It's a great town no doubt and little gas down the visit. I I haven't been there in years but when I when I was in Montreal I spent plenty plenty of time. We've we've come. We'd come out west to be couvert used to go to. We used to go to a mammoth Chinese restaurant called Pink Pearl. We'd always have these big group dinner. They they have the table the big roundtable with the Lazy Susan and and you spend the you spin the Lazy Susan around we got one like that near Santa Anita that a lot of Santa Anita Patrons Raines is it called the panda in I've had a number of dinners there with that kind of sadness and it's fun with group John. I appreciate it and we'll talk next week. Thanks a lot Steve. Take Care John White everybody post time John. I think we'll stay here because we've got the the todd standing by and I was immediately immediately taken when I took a took a gander at what went on at as thanks and I had posted I posted the fields at my website website and it's not unusual to see Glenn Todd. Have you know a number of starters in races like this the North American thoroughbred Ed Horse Company that they they operate under but to sweep the British Columbia Derby. I think the second time you've won the the BBC Derby Glenn and the oaks as well as an undercard race. That's a pretty special day at the racetrack congratulations. Thank you very much Glenn. I know we're reaching for shelley to and so we'll get shelly in as well but yeah I talk about. What's gone on with with your operation because for years I I used to see you as an owner and then you started to put them in your name? Let me talk about the evolution of your of your game. You're interested in the game well I've been in a race. It doesn't really fifty years but my a good friend and fellow trainer Trevor Train for me for a number of years retired left with no China anyway this rain horses on my own back in the seventies so I had to turn your license start training camp so that's what happened. I get it at you guys. You guys have camped that'd be Taylor Taylor had a himself had a long career. Many how many years did he train. Oh seventy. That's going to say the exact number eighty nine tomorrow by Josh Seventy Yep he retired two thousand sixteen well. I had a good teacher a good oarsman Taylor and so I took over contain. Well certainly a day like a day like Saturday that'd be whether you're an owner breeder or in your case doing the training and the ownership. It's just a one of those days. You can't really you can't really envision winning all three of those steaks that one day nobody has ever wanted to stay from the Derby and one day before so it was racing instagram but it's Columbia and now David my family there's there's Shelley Shelly Todd joining us as as well and we'll talk to shelley about the breeding side of the operation but Glenn let's let's talk about the winners for the first and foremost and start with the oaks because she was she was the longest price had an eleven to one in here Amazonian and she came from a long way back. Well see the track was she she'd never run off the board but it was a pretty competitive race. It was a hundred grand and there was people who shipped in from Washington Albert and it was pretty stack race. They have probably been three to one that have some pretty good horses ship then and she wound up with eleven to one but Sony wonder what I was doing. Most of the I was watching the track was playing with the funny. I don't know what they did was really deep and it was really heavy rail. We have two horses in the race. I call an audible lasts. Panic taught you to marry a good year in which the Hamilton earlier in the day and said now we will take a sake position here because it's quite an speed but you have to be on the lead or you had to come from far far back so I said why don't you gotta go and go back to last and make a run volunteer right away to go to the weight and Richard is it then I'll take back and Amazonian was about twelve fifteen back even at the court upon 'cause lit fire and blue by them but it was more on the way to track was playing than than the horse getting back that far interesting interesting and you mentioned it gets eras who was on northern grey star and both of these are under your operation and the it's interesting the Amazonian ubod at keeneland Cleveland and the other northern grey star came in the in the BBC sale. which I think is today it was today correct. That's where shelby is right now. We're we're selling and buying these days so she's got your your the stonestreet your Shelley Barbara. Thank you of Western Canon well. Hey I'm very new at the business. I'm learning as I go that is for sure to learn well. We'll talk about the sale. We'll talk about the the bloodstock side a but explained also explained Glenn if you would North American Ah Thoroughbred Horse Company because you've created the kind of partnership operation you're bringing people in don't like the back run an and they were all by okay. We have a hundred hundred and some versus wow that I hear scattered around the country. Don't you have worth of Washington Kentucky but we have some syndicates to try to help the business but it just got too much so have been for a while okay so you pulled out so you're not doing any any any of the moment no we have. We have two groups. It was a lot of work so I gave people to other people okay well. Let's turn our attention engine from the oaks winner. Let's talk about the Derby winner and you went off at second choice five star general and got to this case you took advantage of the front end and Mary Guiterrez aboard for you hear Marilyn Monroe everyone we only bought him in July out of the facet kitchen rationing sail from from Winston install actually they won't start have brought him for a hundred thousand at the July sale and we ran them once here and he won the Derby Trial Colon Miranda back and Mariel I don't know where I sorta raise that kid and I got him started various. Mario probably is one four hundred eight for me. Over the years and I said about California it was bad but but he always comes back when I called on to write a great so we were talking earlier and I told them we bought a pretty dirty. He's that I'm coming to ride him and mainly showed up to write him. I I'll tell you right now. I wouldn't have won the race. It was a it was a racist. Essentially era from the quarter pole in tours went toe to toe are was invented I had from the Quarter Pole and neither horse gave up one Incheon so we held on bio lip but I wouldn't want and that's his. That's your second Derby Right. You want a couple of years ago yeah yeah we wanted to sixteen so that was a second derby and was a second okay. This is running with Evans Dancer and amount to two thousand twelve benefactor got horsa failed today by by the fact they're nice well. The oaks the Oakland at Derby sweep and then for good measure are you turn around and and you win with ease the reason the here's a factor gelding the four year old wins the Randall's plate and he he ran a big fake Glen Yeah he didn't even super he was on the ends of the whole lamb hammill wrote him marijuana but taking a lot of win very old so have all that owed on the financial he was never touched so that made it three in a row actually actually the burial road fers x-ray thirty stubble coming out of the Gate Gate Brent second variously doesn't either one he hasn't been Ford Arro- but we'll take three no 'cause they were all saying well exactly that was the nightcap that was that was just ah claimer but seeking bull. I just sitting right yeah well out of isn't this funny. Shelly I refer to you as Barbara Banke. He's the reason he's the reason is a so sweet bread he he is. He is a stonestreet red. Yes no like I said years ago. My father had said to me. Hey do you want to start commit more of this horse racing and I said Sir so I've been traveling with my dad my uncle for like eight years being a sales learning about horses and then I went to Kentucky a few years ago and my dad has a few years down there and I went to a farm to learn actually from the very beginning to the very end of fooling and being with mayors and babies. ABC's and handling them and addicted and I haven't left so yeah that's the part that I really enjoy learning about marriage and babies and of course well. That's Glenda for you that it's got to be nice to have to have her. Take an interest and then to take take take that part of the responsibilities on terrorism. I'm third generation. She'll be more generous. Yes yes AH yes now. He's got my son into good Lord Mayors. I'll be keeping farm in Kentucky. Okay right right down in Lexington so we're actually a little bit of our own operation there. That's interesting Glenn. How was that about for you given the size of your operation? Well let them we've got all our mayors. They're we've that we're going to probably start upgrading your outselling statements taking has a big interest in them probably start to buy and selling in Kentucky Talkie seems reasons immoral for Kentucky. I'm leaving Thursday so we'll be team next week well Friday excellent so to somebody so you're basically you're going to jump in book to basically AH UPGRADE WE WE bought a lot horses came. I'm actually by Amazon and he's the reason those came out of the team sale. Glenn give everybody a snapshot of what's going on on the western Canada side of things you know we I've only mentioned you know the two new tracks the the century both the century downs in the century mile. It really feels like the the trade in the industry is pretty healthy in western Canada right now we own you know pretty good but the whole west coast we're all lack of the whole west side right right California Washington. DC We're all we're all lack of them rolled in there. We haven't gone down but we're not going. I WanNa Watch locate your How does that change? How do you know how does the market condition and you mentioned doing wing trying to upgrade a little bit is that it all areas in terms of trying to trying to raise more stateside side and and you know trying to acquire more more mayors and always support local guys I write and the move off and and California are there key? They don't like Lexington so we'll we'll try. We'll try to get better house that you seem to be doing OK. WHOA yeah you're I also? I did notice that you're you're. You're standing stallion and the and the minute I saw uh his name I smiled because I remembered when Bob McNair when stone inside when when he was campaigned. US Texas wildcatter so you are even interested in doing off about about him he ran second in the golfing and I bought him outright right after that race and and and raise them and then he got an injury and unfortunately four or five so I had to retire him but he was good to me and we should have won the game and we should have won the BBC's early actually got traffic troubles twice but it happened happened and so nice because and actually he's pretty good for most of them are on. I'm are starting to get some outside one but I've never really marketed the horse but he's he hasn't done that that they run. He has good number number he was he's a high premium he was he was Arcos right right aw I was there when he lost when he lost the vision air the Gotham. I remember that I uh-huh Yep sure did sure that I was partial to I was always partial to stone her side horses. the Kagera probably starting around connery. I just had a I don't know if it was the the white jacket the with the green with the green Chevron or I don't know I was always a fan stone side so when I saw Texas wildcatter that you who had him I I got a big kick out use three I gotta leave. I can leave took over. I love it all together so I go ahead but thank you very much. So what else do I so funny Todd Ontario Yeah Yeah Hey shelley. I was GONNA I was GONNA ask turn down the radio if you would if you could is the radio on the background now okay. I'm getting echo it must be it must be from the from the connection that happens the the family. Your Dad mentioned the third generation already. What's the background talk about about your grandfather and great-grandfather? What's in the game well all race? I mean Hastings Park thing. He's been around for one hundred small years and you have people who started it and my grandfather had a lot of horses. I remember growing up there. you know basically into backtrack. You know like most of us do you know but we don't and then my dad took over the business and yeah and then I after I finish raising my son. I'm starting to get into too so it's been a long long. They love it. They love the horses in love the thoroughbreds and Oh yeah they love racing something that yeah they all take great passion. That's tremendous. I and I didn't I I. I know the history of exhibition park it goes a long time in fact John White Knight John's from the Pacific northwest from Washington and he's talked about his his trips and when I was living in Montreal in the nineties whenever I would go to Vancouver I would get over to exhibition as well and I I knew that it had a long history and obviously your family is a big part of feting amazing race track. You Know Brayton Mountains Beautiful yeah you just it's it's awesome right and we get along local support when we get great crowds on the weekends and the people that forget that we have great athletes right live on the field that you can actually be with and field and run and exciting people rub it in Vancouver. They certainly love it when Mario comes up that yeah that was a that was an interesting sidebar to because PAT's here is the guitarist story. you know at the time yeah we have Mario Rottkamp from actually he lived in in Santa because Mexico and our family and Teri Jordan family brought him up and he never raised and yeah he started on our horses in Vancouver and I think it was like eight years ears after he's in Vancouver. He got a shot go to right. I'll have another and the rest is history. You know every weekend he tried to drive home and and like Abba Abba take him out the door. Get back to you know you gotTa make your way there and he certainly has the you know the the Thai Intel this is of course the pugh family which also is is also connected coli only Mike and his phone call totally connected and my dad's really good friends at Mark Domenico and make up to and Mike uncle who passed away Selena but yeah they're all tied into the field well. It was Ivan right it was I thought yeah this is agent. Yes yes so yeah incredible during her from reo he's been awesome. I've told this story the number of times the on Friday on Oaks Day of that year teen and I were were we're going up to the press box and Mareo was in the elevator with us and he looked like a deer in the headlights. I I said to Tina after we got off the elevator. I said that's the kid on Nyquist. I said I I looked. He looked like he was twelve years old and it it look it seemed like it was an overwhelming scenario and yet he went out and just a brilliant race to catch voting Meister. I kicked myself. I remember I'd let that I let that impression seep deep into my my decision making on Saturday yes. How's he going to possibly coming into this kind of a glare it was he gonNA possibly deal with and now? He's a two-time now. He's a two-time derby-winner into courses like they just relaxed for him like it's weird he he doesn't when he gets to the racetrack he doesn't let any of that bother him if he gets on those horses and you get to relax really well and and he goes goes for it I mean he's an awesome jockey awesome and I call them at brother so he's more than me but you know this. An awesome dad has in brother Sun got it all been really well. That's tremendous for you as as getting involved in after you know it sounds like doc yeah I being exposed and then a real apprenticeship staying close to you know to your father and you mentioned your uncle. What what what part of it has been the toughest for you to get a hold of what what part of of understanding the business okay well? This is the top I'll tell you the honest to like careers ago. I'd never even let him worse than before because I was scared of them so for me honest goodness I went to Kentucky to three years ago and I've learnt from the bottom to the top. It's just all the learning my dad always says he'll never stop learning shelley and I really really enjoyed that part of it. It's a challenge through actually in the fishing industry and save fifteen years got trouble fitting and so I love Ooh I love animals. I love you know that was a big thing for me and then actually at home and raise my son for years and I had to get back out at it and my dad having all these forces because I was just a real challenge for me to come learn. I love learning and yeah to help him out. Being with my dad had to get folder. It's awesome so the biggest challenge was rocking horse three years ago. Now you know Curry Lincoln learning all that now but yeah it was it was you know they're big animal and they're you know yes unpredictable so right yeah baby side of things and really comfortable with. I love it so how many how many broodmares are you guys manage thirteen broodmares in Kentucky right now and I think the babies and thirteen year and four for next season so yeah hope all goes wrong how and how when it comes to feeding eating them into either into the sale side or D- Are they are they a certain percentage cabdriver yeah this yeah this year we've definitely got some horses until like you know we've got some honor codes of nine shops and from or we've read some really good really good sires my dad up until last year has a big heart to race babies. One of his dreams is to breed and race. Uh Derby winner or something you know for us so that's kind of a passion for him so I think now that we're kind of bringing to better simulate admirers. I think we're we'RE GONNA start with starting to sell a few more and that will be kind of thing. I would love to do in Kentucky but when it come once he sees those babies he loved me so much right. She won't be hard for him to cell phone line just know how he is a curiosity because I know that I what's I don't sense that your father's original business was was horses with what what family business customers roker so. He's he seemed really yeah so hey you know it's easy for us to get her forces to and from the border 'cause he's got the right company to do the paperwork that that comes in handy but through import export agent isn't that interesting because I you know my ten years in Montreal I was working with Costco. Okay was bringing products started out. I was bringing you products in from the United States to Canada and then ultimately you know represented auto manufacturers. Yes sure and that's why I would that's why we come to Vancouver to to to meet with to be with the KOSCO. BC you see that all through the nineties awesome so you're Woodbine guy for allow I actually it's funny I went. I used to go to Greenwood Board Board Greenwood a little bit more but I mostly the bluebonnets you know we limited Montreal. We had we had the hardest which is long God but yeah well Saratoga. That's why then eventually move when I when I leave Canada I came. I came to the Saratoga area in that and I cannot wait next summer. I'm coming you guys. It sounds like the operation is is yeah well on its way to to making a big splash in North America and after mazing amazing series series of performances on Saturday afternoon at Hastings winning Yes sir my dad macoute it off them. You know they're great right well. Shelly I appreciate it you can you can follow the todd's Glenn and Shelley and good luck today at your sale. We just so how how many you selling I got nine for sale here today. So I thought on January two ki-moon sale and try and now get some more head on our for next season and I hope we do well yeah. We got some good ones best of luck and then good luck at Keeneland ed. When you come to town I will be there? I will be there for the next few months so on if I run into not next that'd be great I love it. Shall we well done congratulations to you and your father and the whole family the North American thoroughbred Horse Company incorporate it. It's it's the longest name not at all. I love it

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Hour 1 - Terry Gannon (07-19-19)

The Dan Patrick Show

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Hour 1 - Terry Gannon (07-19-19)

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Show email address DP Dan Patrick dot com twitter handle at DP show as analytics continued to change in evolve the sport of baseball. One of the new trends is the devaluing the closer sabermetrics teams are rethinking the setup of their pitching staff. We've seen closers open a game this weekend. In cooperstown were going to be reminded of just how important that role can be or or used to being Marianna Rivera's the first unanimous choice for the hall of fame arguably the most important player on that Yankee Dynasty in the late nineties and even more than just ineffective pitcher like there was a psychological weapon about Canary Honor Rivera if you got to the eighth inning and you didn't get the Yankees you're in trouble because you knew that it was over once he came in longtime reliever Lee Smith will also be inducted this weekend. It's the first time to closers of ever gone in in the same year. Even if the analytics guys find a way to minimize their role closers have made a huge impact in baseball history especially Mary on a Rivera who's earned his distinction as one of the Great Hall of Famers of all time and there have been arguments arguments that people try to make four and against Marianna Rivera's the greatest pitcher of all time well. It's I think it's hard to categorize that because you have different eras is he the greatest pitcher pitcher of his era. Now we can have a conversation but also I would counter the argument by saying. Can you be the greatest pitcher and you weren't very good starter. He was great as a closer absolutely Trevor Hoffman off men was a starter. You've had a lot of failed starters who became relievers. Dennis Eckersley was a good starter. He became a hall of fame closer. If you have one pitch one inning you throw hard you have movement and you can be successful as a closer and you can go down the list of great closers or guys who had incredible seasons and a lot of these guys not necessarily great pitchers. You've had guys who've had these moments two or three years where you have a forty five fifty saves. I remember Bobby thigpen Bobby thigpen held the record there for a long time. He may still hold that record of fifty five saves. I think it is season but what is save how important is a save. What does this save mean in anymore and mclovin? You Love Your sabermetrics the save statistic. Where does it stand save? I'm not sure we're savings but opener is the neutron where you put as you mentioned the cl the guy you put the closer a good pitcher of I just to get the first in the other way and the raise e._R._A.. The Tampa raise has dropped unbelievably and they're really you know they're falling. I think they're faltering now but they're really good team so yeah. The cume named five closures most people. Can't I mean the the Mary Louise Smith by the end of any or maybe a couple more guys will get in but I don't think Kenley Jansen in these closures will make it well. I'm trying to think who is on that that rise to be a hall of Famer who is closer Craig Kimbrel was mentioned he was a free agent for awhile I know and maybe that told us everything we needed to know about the closer that it took him a while to get a job and now he had incredible numbers for what five or six six years and then all of a sudden L. couldn't get a job. Yeah pulling aroldis Chapman was started early in his career for the reds and you know he threw one hundred and they said he can't do that all the time and he's become. I'm not a top closer but amongst them. He used to be yeah now. You don't even hear his name actually had quietly at a good year because the Yankees keep winning so many game this. There's a guy named Kirby eight who's leading the League and saves with thirty one for San Diego. I feel like we don't know the relief pitchers anymore. We're used to know rollie fingers and and goose gossage because you know the the way the game was set up but you had closers who closed out a game would go three innings two innings and then it became really specialized that you were coming in and you were GonNa go one inning mclovin. Where is this a related argument? Martinez is getting in this year so you can't you say well the D. H.. Isn't good enough fielding so that's a law you know if you're saying the closer as a failed starter yeah well I. It's still a category there that that I look at Edgar Martinez and what he did and I think we are all in agreement that hitting a baseball's the toughest thing to do when all the sports he was great at hitting a baseball you know frank. Thomas played in the field but he wasn't a good fielder there guys ice who've been out there. Maybe you shouldn't be out there but they had to be out. There and I look at Edgar Martinez. All I know is an I told the story when everybody on that Mariners team it felt like an all of those big names with Ken Griffey junior with Randy Johnson with Jay Buehner when they came over to me and I was in Baltimore at the batting cage and they said why don't you guys on Sportscenter Give Edgar more love. He didn't ask for it. They did and that told me an awful lot about what he meant to them how they respected him and I don't think anybody has a problem that Edgar Martinez is going into the hall of fame not at all. I don't there's always this perception may have been more like media fans and players players that in the eighties nineties the person who's The D.. H. Wasn't a real baseball player who was like ninety percent of a real baseball player like he was such a liability and defense that they had to just hide him somewhere even though he hit well there's always that percentage like well. He's not one hundred percent of baseball. It changed a little bit when Paul Molitor who was a very good second baseman became a D. H. for Toronto when they won the world series but you know you go back to Don bailer Iran Bloomberg the I D age. I think we look at at the D._A.. Is a guy who he's going to get his hack. Big Papi not good in the field but you still have that weapon there that he was a great hitter and you got him into the lineup. Yes C.. D. H. is like the guy who can't play first base anymore. You would on you had high to bed defensive player there wow now we can't even have analysis put him in D. H.. And you know the thing about Marianna Rivera is he did have one pitch but his ability to have that ball move in the location of it. You know hitters. If if you tell them what's coming you would think that they would do well. That's how great that one pitch was and mo- would share that information with other pitchers not necessarily on his own team C._c._C. Bath you benefited from some tutelage with Marianne Rivera but but you had mo who would help if you ask Mo- would help and but nobody mastered that pitch like he did I remember years and years ago we had Paul O'Neil on a show the Yankees and you asked about Rivera said well. If you're a hitter you go up thinking this first pitch is going to be a strike so if I don't swinger this I'm O- one so takes you out of your game of being patient and he said that's how Mariano Rivera messed with people's at the first pitch was guaranteed strike he. You're still know exactly where it's going to be. Yes at somebody had said to forget who was I. I wish I could remember because at it always stuck with me but they said that Maryono through a really heavy ball and they described it like even when you made contact it was like hitting a bowling ball and that's it just didn't go anywhere and I thought that was such an interesting to describe. I don't know if it was Sean. Casey see who may have said that but I do remember somebody I think it was from M._l._b.. Network who said it but there's something about that that you know you're throwing that ball adjust when you hit it. It's not going. He gave up to home runs in postseason in his postseason career. He faced fi over five hundred batters. He gave up to home runs but when you think of Mo- you can also think of a couple of things that sold off base it by Luiz Gonzalez where the diamondbacks beat him and when the red sox came back against him when Dave Roberts was on first base mos on the mound so he's he's had he's had great moments. He's had dominating moments but when I say Gimme the one moment with Marianna Rivera what what is that one moment with Mary on Rivera and it might be that little blooper that sawed off base it by Luiz Gonzalez that allow Arizona win the world series Yes mclovin by you mentioned that Mariners Lineup and editor how how did you get through <hes> Ken Griffey Junior Alex Rodriguez J. Buner Edgar Martinez. I'm amazed when you mentioned that they never really wanted the highest level. Did they know they came close. They came close. You know pulling. I'm watching that hit in the world series curve Luis Gonzalez diamondbacks. He flares it off like the midway point of the Bat. It's one of the softer hits of all time it just kind of gets enough air to get over the second baseman and shortstop. There's no power on the pitch. It's almost like look like it's going to be a AW. That's what Rivera do he would have these pitches that they would run in on you run away from you and it was one pitch and but you go back and you'll like Eric Gonyea member Gonyea with the dodgers was unbelievable as a closer Oser at a few years they blew out his arm and then you know there were steroid allegations attached to him as well but can you be one of the great pitchers of all time if you're not good enough to be a starting pitcher. John smoltz was a great starting pitcher sure and a great closer. They're not many John smoltz's in that's why smoltz's in the hall of fame but Mo was not a great starter and he turned out to be maybe the greatest reliever of all time and I feel a little bit bad is strange as this is going a sound for lease Smith because I've been saying that Lee Smith is a hall of Famer Lee Smith old school closer come in what do you want me to do. What do you need to do? I'm not on any pitch count. What do you want me? Let me go two innings and Lee Smith was a great closer but you're going with Marianna Rivera and then all of a sudden. You're going to match his numbers with your numbers because we don't have relievers who go in at the same time. This is the first time that's ever happened and Lee Smith stands alone with. Whose numbers as a hall of Famer but then he put him up against Marianna Rivera then it's not fair yes? Is it fair to say Mariano. Rivera is the greatest closer of all time pretty fair yeah okay. Would you rather have his career Greg. Mattis's maddox is a very high Dan pitcher bunch of CY youngs not the greatest pitcher of all time but he's in the conversation of great pitchers of all time. I'd rather have Maddux's career is a close close it depends on. Do you want to be the greatest close the best at your the best the best at your position Matic's had three hundred and fifty wins. How many CY youngs did he have four in a row now? He didn't win like Marianna Rivera did but I would rather the guy who went out there and was pitching seven or eight innings not just one inning yeah mclovin. I'd go Maryono for the rings like that was my reaction yeah by the way yeah if you're talking about your career and you're talking about how many rings you have have. It's all part of the same conversation I think it would probably say yeah but they both one did get one. He didn't go without but they were that he was a disappointment postseason. Yes that's one of the first thing you figure him in play up but Mary owner Rivera if you look at those two moments against the red sox and against Arizona he failed yeah for two yeah I would I'd go with <hes> mclovin on taken Rivera just maddox as great as that accomplishment was and the cy youngs and everything he still grouped in with a whole bunch of great all-time time pitchers to be the very best what you do too and the extra rings okay but if I said you could be Edgar Martinez. Maybe the greatest D. H.. Of all time or maybe I make it big PAPI. Maybe he's the best h of all time he won he has rings or would you rather be Ken. Griffey Junior Ken Griffey junior didn't win yeah but he's Ken Griffey Junior <hes> he was for ten years I he was an unbelievable achievable player he was the face of the sporty didn't win right. Big Big PAPI might be the greatest h of all time and he won championships so I'm just countering what you're saying. Well Ken Griffey's got like that Bryce Harper thing where he's wildly popular and not the most effective player like he was. That was the first nine years of Ken Griffey's junior career is spotless power average field and then a susie turned thirty one he became a good baseball player where he got injured. Yeah Fritzy as arrogant or egotistical is it may seem but I'll put it out there and I think mclovin is kind of Ludington it when you hear a certain name if that automatically excites you and that's an automatic hall of fame and that's the one that at some point represented the sport was one of those few when I hear Edgar Martinez you know it's not the same as hearing Ken Griffey junior so I just you know Griffey's like wow griffey don't even think about the talking about the greatest d. h.. Of all time and a guy who won because you said Hey mo one and he's the greatest closer of all time <hes> yes see some of that though like without is just talking about his starpower younger juniors a star. He's you know bryce Harper Right Bryce Harper's star but he's not the best player yeah. It's eight seven seven three D._p.. Show email address DP Dan Patrick dot com. That's a lot of baseball talk there. How about that big baseball? July one walks as good as it hit Bingo when I went to Dan Patrick Show brought to you by legalzoom let legalzoom help out with the day to day hurdles running a business starting a business. You can focus on what you do best that visit legalzoom dot com now use the Promo Code Patrick Special Savings legalzoom where life meets sh legal. Yes mclovin what I push it with one more quick baseball operations quick what I say Mike Machina do you think hall of Famer because I short even always going in this weekend. That's not a hall favor. Is it. ooh I know the stats are piled up but it's just like name recognition when you yeah I didn't think it but then when you listen to people who study this then I respect that you know there just wasn't anything exciting about him mm-hmm but there's part of him that he just took him for granted because he was that kind of pitcher he just went out there and you went. Oh is seen as on the mound now if you said I'm facing new Sina or Andy Pettitte I would rather avoid Andy Andy Pettitte certainly in the postseason would Mike Mussina. I don't even know what the numbers are but if you said like curt schilling versus Mike Mussina I would rather face Mike Mussina than curt schilling. I don't know what that means. As far as curt Schilling's Hall Famer in my opinion yes boy might be seen. It seems like he's in our hall very good. First Ballot Hall a very good his consistency. He Won Eighteen Games at age twenty three. He won twenty games at age. Thirty nine exited the sport as a really good player and it really helped his 'cause at the end there he was twenty nine at age thirty nine and then he just poof disappeared. It's like wait you done but that that's sort of his career. You sort of went on that trait they got all museum is good. Oh He's got eighteen. You never really thought of you know Seh bath. You got more attention than we've seen it. Did you know mcglone. I always the N._F._l.. Equivalent to me is Jason Taylor made the hall of fame on his first ballot and Tarallo had to wait three to like as a fan. I'm like just much terro is obviously the bigger pizzazz guy the hall of Famer and then like somebody like Jason Taylor is just that effective and and that's where Brady Brady wrote a letter for Jason Taylor and I think that had a huge impact when you get in that room with all these football writers and they go oh by the way Tom Brady wrote a letter and this sounds like Brady. Can I have that smells like Stetson. All the fans think M._T._o.. was such a bigger occur star well. You're not supposed to factor in other stuff would terrel owens but we do. We did that with Chris Carter. You did that with Tarallo INS. Lawrence Taylor is just so good that they couldn't do that to him. Yup I think the same things through curt schilling such bigger star than Mike Mussina that it seems silly like I'll bet you the average young fan you said which of these guys are hall of Famer Say I've heard of Schilling. I've never heard of machine but I do think the baseball writers are holding curt Schilling Accountable for his political views and I don't know if that's supposed to factor in when it comes to Major League Baseball I guess it does because they factor in a lot of this stuff off the field with these players where the pro football hall of fame you're not supposed to Jason Taylor was a wonderful player on a team that didn't win. A wonderful player and Brady was saying look. I faced him twice every year and you know we always had to account for him and we had to adjust our playbook bill K.. I get that but I I think the letters of recommendation from Tom Brady certainly helped out Jason Taylor all right nineteen after the hour we'll examine the open championship here. Terry Gannon will join us. Terry was one of the guards on Jim Bell Vonnas team that was nineteen eighty three and Gannon came out of Chicago. He was really good shooter and they had a great back court. You had Derek Whittenberg and Sidney Lowe of course Lorenzo Charles and one of the iconic plays in college basketball history history. We'll talk a little bit about that with Terry because he was around Jim Valvano who was the Pied Piper Valdano he entertained he entertained whenever he would come into the mothership and he would do studio work and then we'd go to the White Birch <unk> Bar and <hes> restaurant. It was like you know three hundred feet from E._s._P._N.. And he would hold court after they got off work and then I'd go after sportscenter go over there and have a beer before I went home and Valvano will add like fifteen people around him and he was just telling stories so terry heard all those stories and then now you make that transition I mentioned this yesterday. Is this why we got him on the show for itsy because I said let's get Terry Gannon on and then I had said awesome nice things about him because I do think he does a wonderful job with the Olympics he does figure skating with Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weird. I think we're got to them. Praises and thinking no here he is coming up on the show. He's done a great job and he's a great listen on golf and to make that transition position. It's hard for an athlete to go. You know he started out as an analyst and then you do play by play and that's really difficult to do pat summerall was one of the first I believe to do that but very few hoop imagine if Tony Romo is doing on play by play of these football games you know Gannon is gain is not a figure skater but then you start to make that transition into I'm hosting and I'm doing figure skating and I'm doing all frank. Gifford did play play-by-play. 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He might miss the second major this year considering one the masters if Tiger Mrs cut is it a great year for him or just an very good year. Is that so obvious that it's of I'm GonNa say it's still been a great year yeah because a couple of years ago we wondered if he was able to going to be able to play again. Tigers never missed two major cuts in the same year when he also WANNA major. He missed the P._G._A.. Championship back in May but it's strange though that we looked at him and we said well he's back when he wins a major and then he came back and he won and then now. We're not quite sure here's tiger talking about father time. It is just father time and then some procedures I've had over the times just where it's going to be as I said one of the reasons why implying less terminates this year is that I can hopefully prolong my career and better for a little bit longer so father time just caught up to him now. Where's father time back in April? I'm trying to figure out this father time guy because I'm trying to avoid him as well. It's bringing Gary Gannon Golf Channel N._B._C. Sports play by play host golf channel and N._B._C. Sports are yeah <hes> giving you live tournament coverage of the one hundred eight th open taking place at Royal Port Rush live coverage on Golf Channel N._B._C. Sports today through Sunday round to coverage continues today on golf channel until four P._M.. Eastern Terry Hey. How are you today Dan? I know father time all too well. How are you? I'm good if we were getting the best shooters in Northern Ireland today. How would you do depends how you define it? I can stand there and shoot. What do you have to move on the court? You don't know to set show. It's like a cousy set shot. I can do that. I'm in. Would you be the best on the golf channel coverage team. I'd have to think about that. I think Jacobson compl- a little hoping he might be able to shoot. I think I got him. Billy Wright Brown now. He's more of a post player sands. Now Santa's got nothing so yeah. I'm good what about Faldo does Faldo have any athleticism aside from golf. I think it's all about the swing. I don't think I'm going to take him out there on the court anytime soon all right. What do you make tigers saying here about father time in house this different from Tiger in April? You know I heard your comments a moment ago. I think the right I think he doesn't know and I think we don't know I. I don't think anybody has a clue anytime he tease it up how he's going to play right now because of the back and where he is in terms of father time and what he's been through <hes> Roger Mopey talked to him he was out with them yesterday and Billy Array Brown and and their take away from entire talkative yesterday was talking to a lot of people he was open and it was more about being tight. It wasn't necessarily pain. It was just he couldn't get loose. You know and it's cooler over here. It's relatively speaking it was low sixties and then down into the fifties. It's not bad at all the play but with where he is he had to take in his mind the time off after the U._S. Open. So how do you do that. Stay Sharp <hes> have your swing where you want it to and then you go out there and it's it's cool and you can't loosen up you just don't know at this point and I was watching the broadcast yesterday. Nick Faldo said you know he didn't have high hopes for Tiger Tiger because of the weather there that if this was one hundred degrees or really warm like it was with Augusta then tiger gets looser sooner or doesn't tighten up as quickly and with the weather although it's not that bad <hes> he said that weather would play a role in this and maybe that's the case with tiger. Maybe this is just an aberration here with just the British open not being able to prepare and you know the weather not helping him get loose here. Yeah I think he played better today. The swing look better. Today's not done yet scrambling trying to make the cut. I don't know if he's going to get there. I think the cuts GonNa get the two over. 'cause I'm sitting here. I've got to go back on a little bit but we were told. We're GONNA have like a downpour within the next hour so it's it's GonNa be full affects <hes> pretty soon so I'd like to get done before that but I think it'll get tougher for the guys in the afternoon so could go to to over but I as nice as it was this morning I think he was he commend the I t and even the first swing even though one a little bit left it looked better than it did yesterday and he got loose quicker than he did yesterday so I think I think knicks onto something and he just he can't put in the time in between to go out there and compete and so it's going to have to be that moment of magic or those four days of magic which which we saw which I I gotta be honest I I never thought he'd been a major championship again. A year ago being around him watching a move or try to move and you know shocked off the master so it could happen against her more puzzling Rory's performance or Tiger I rory I mean but but you know this you've been around the greatest athletes in the world is and you sit next to them and as an analyst Nick Faldo and I try to draw out all right nick take me into into this moment you walk into their I t the nerves at an open championship or walking up the green but this was a moment and this is an event that none of them have experienced this country for whom it means so much to get this thing back here with all they've been through and put on an open for the world here in Northern Ireland and all the hopes on Rory mcilroy and for now a number of years since they knew they were going to get it. How many any time is he going over that I t shot in his mind? I just think it's too big you know to for anyone not not for him particularly. I don't know that anybody can really understand what was like to go out there and try to compete yesterday Saturday talking to Terry Gannon Golf Channel N._B._C. Sports play by play host and of course was on that nineteen eighty-three N._C.. State team under Jim Valvano and of course also does the Olympics with figure skating more fun to hang out with Tara and Johnny or Jim Valvano Ivano a little bit different. <hes> you know I'd like to compare the two entities and V would kick out of that but <hes> yeah in their own right <hes> I think <hes> interesting as listen there was nobody likes Jim. Valvano walked into a room took it over he was on twenty four seven. There was a moment that Iowa's ever in the room with him where I didn't have to have my a game or he would tear me to shreds and if you were within you oh you know twenty feet you'd better bring it or he's going to just take you down with the conversation and the wit and <hes> slept about four hours a night and was into everything was what was an English major was into business business at investment would quote the great poets and Writers Never Been Anybody like Jim Valvano that I've been around but also you know revisionist history here. Do Do tell people you know how much you scored or you know wh- What role you played in shutting down Fi slamma Jamma first of all it was a charge Clyde Drexler certainly had my feet planet and might have been a little bit of a wrap around buckets like tackle but that was okay back to see that was that was legal back then it game has changed a little bit uh-huh and of course I average twenty five points per game championship but did you when you look back on Valvano looking for somebody to hug. Why didn't he have somebody? Why didn't somebody hug him him? He wasn't quick enough. I mean first of all. Did you know you gotta be out there quickly. I don't know where Wittenberg was Derek. Woodwork was supposed to be the designated hugger. He was in charge of that. I mean we we were doing our own thing. I had thorough Bailey you know and midcourt headquarters and I wouldn't looking for anybody just happened was ganic and it happened organically was was that a shot by Wittenberg <laughter>. Oh Oh you're serious. Oh I <hes> I'm I I taught now. He said Paulie have Winberg saying it was a pen. I have different articles from around the game saying that was a lob pass by Wittenberg for Charles Yeah Yeah Yeah we worked on withdrew it up before the game. If if we get in this situation well we're GONNA do we're going to thirty footer and locked up Renzo Charles with allies yuan right there in front of Yeah uh-huh what if you were playing gotten some mileage out of that though I will end it to what about a shot clock with you guys N._C.. See State versus Houston <hes> I'll pass on that one you think they roughed Yup. Well a big part of that game. The second half is number one the altitude and allies one started to go to the he went to the bench got the oxygen mask he was worn out so guy Lewis in part because of that and they built a lead went to their locomotion game as they call they slowed it down. They took the air out and that's why we started duval and we just kept sending them the free throw line. If there's a shot clock they can't do that <hes> they had a bit of talent on that team and <hes> yeah. It might have been a tough second half for us but the thing is that year the N._C._W._a.. Allowed you to play as a conference were they shot clock and at three point line so the A._C._C. we had a thirty second shot clock and a three point line all year long so we were used to playing with that and you know we beat North Carolina with Michael Jordan and with that and Sam Perkins so it's not like we wouldn't have had a chance at all but I'll I'm. I'm glad we didn't have it in the championship game. Did you ever guard Jordan yeah only in a box in one though <hes> oh you're the one on the box in yeah. It was the one so I didn't have to help I just I just hate Guardian everywhere this little I'm sure he's frustrated as hell get get away from me. quit looking at me talking trash even back then yeah he was good from the cert. Yeah uh-huh uh-huh. Do you ever bring it up with Jordan you know about. I don't know used to you but you have to seem a golf. Events is the conversation about College Basketball N._C.. State North Carolina's or about goal <hes> well I for example leaving clubhouse one time having played and I'm walking to my car in the parking lot and his car with tinted windows pulls up in the window goes down and there's this voice that I hear N._C.. State sucks and it's Michael any the window but but here's the thing and here's the I'd like to be Michael Jordan within about fifteen seconds. His car was surrounded by kids and it took him about twenty minutes ago. GotTa the parking lot so it's <hes> it's good to be Michael but it stuff as well. I would imagine Hollywood this. You get two picks on who will win the open championship. I get to yeah I'll give you two <hes> <music> <hes> okay I'm going brooks kept go out on a limb there but anybody who does not pick kept should be just dismissed outta hand <hes> and Tommy fleetwood okay. I like Tommy. Tommy fleetwood seven under four hundred today putting the fairway every time I mean yeah I got a feeling Westwood would be an unbelievable stories within one right. Now I guess fee now. I'm going beyond my too but <hes> I think see now could do it but I'll go. I'll go fleetwood and KEPCO I I have Eric Van Ruin as one of my picks very nice sneaky. Pick yeah with the joggers today he where the joggers yeah look but then I took Matt Wallis that that hasn't gone well. I got Jon Rahm Zander Schlafly and Eddie Pepperell <hes> that'd be great if Eddie wanted you remember interview last year yeah a late night out at Kearney he said he was he was hung over yeah. Oh yeah he said I had no shots. Kinda hung over and why didn't expect to shoot sixty seven. I gotTa hang around win this thing Terry. Thanks for joining us. Have a fund will be <hes>. We'll be watching all right. Dan Take Care. Thanks for having me. That's Terry Gannon Golf Channel N._B._C.. Sports play by play host Valvano would always have stories you had tons of stories and one of my favorite stories was he said he was at Iona College inch and he was going in to talk to recruits and he said he would go in and his line was Jim. Valvano Iona College and kids would think he owned a college and thought wow that's really impressive. This guy owns a college and it was just Jim Valvano Iona College wow that's impressive coach but he had other ones with some of his players Charles Shackelford member him he was talking about and this is Valdano paraphrasing thing but he said Shackelford had this unbelievable game scorn left-handed and right handed yeah I was amphibious out there instead of ambidextrous now on would tell that story love them and I was there that night when he gave his speech at the espy's when in coach k. and Dick by towel were there and helping him off the stage you know and I go back to that and also Stuart Scott. I believe Stewart's birthdays either today or would have been tomorrow be fifty four years of age you see in you know you take them out of what they do for living in what Stewart did with sportscenter those are the moments where you look at somebody differently and my image of Stuart Scott is probably different than most people because I think of that night at the espy's where that was a very difficult situation given his health. They weren't even sure he's going to be able to make it because of his health. They didn't know if he could fly from Connecticut to Los Angeles. He got there and you'd never know he was sick and Jimmy V. as weak as he was and they didn't know you know was going to get on stage. 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Episode 35  Southern Comfort

Fantastic Worlds Podcast

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Episode 35 Southern Comfort

"Previously on fantastic world podcast, run tough team Torda sense. Motive in surprising show of not trying to hit on her anything. Hey baby is your bed a little cold? I feel like I could like run on the seal and retina, I won't try. Oh, yes. So yes, we should extract this thing and free the husband tower power. That's minutes. New name. It's so hard shave off. Some more of that mold. She sees on his back. You can't imagine the horror of seeing this thing control you and all you can do is see through your eyes. And I think it does doesn't normally would be a lot warmer to them. But I think she's falling back into suspicion land. And she's just kind of side eyeing them. Both like, okay, you're different. How are you different? We're in a land where everyone's our enemies what your deal does. It doesn't. No, that's not culturally appropriate to ask to pet. Somebody's ears. We saved her husband in this bench cursed. That's fine. I've long as I get my fucking tooth back. 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Was that childlike wonder that allowed her to deal with the hardships of the world? Being a follower of desma. Does not always come without judgment from others. Her sister and mother died she stepped up and did what needed to be done. Her father could not wrestle from his grief. But she did not shed a single tear. She saw it as just dealing with what needed to be done her dad's. Saad is for being a monster for seeming sill, and carrying many people believe that followers of desma are inherently lucky and thus often sought after for that luck Sierra sought more is making the best of any situation. Her faith allowed her to believe that even in the darkest times. Good could be found and done when she wandered into old guard. It was overeating in the evening, her body should visible where as she was exhausted from the day's travel. But if you asked her the exhaustion came from day of exploring an exciting new land, Soren muscles, but full in heart. She was looking forward to the wonderful sleep that exhaustion brings warm summers. Aeroflot over her face as she surveyed the town and founded charming in every way. The jolly sounds produced at a nearby tavern. The dog chasing the squirrel through the town. In the best discovery a storage container used as a small makeshift table for a child's dolls with a small T set. No doubt abandoned by the child when she was called in for the night. The small t set elicited a smile at a Sierra. She picked up the tiny teacup and took a sip of the imaginary tea and did a small curtsey to the dolls all the time recalling some of the more happy moments of her youth Sierra continued forward and notice the center of the town was built around these simple temple. Maybe she could take refuge for the night. Their temples were always more than happy to provide room and board for a few days of help from a cleric of any faith is Sierra had any doubts that they would lodge her. They were quickly washed away when she saw the butterfly simple in the arch above the door. This was a temple of desma a rare find as most dedications to designate are often. No more than a simple shrine off the road. She knocked at the door and a handsome, gentlemen, opened it to greeter. She immediately felt the warmth. From his smile. Realizing her faith must have led her here for a reason she smiled back matching. It's warmth a few days. Here would not be so bad. She thought what she did not realize at the time is that she had found her home. So when we less left, you guys you head left, the warm confines of thin Garth and soldiers home after a while, you found an unexpected in harsh blizzard in you kept getting through it was a little hard, but you made it through and then suddenly everything stopped. And you found yourself feeling the warmth of the bright sun and actually the brightness kind of blinding you for a little bit. It's hard to go from dark to light, you know, when you're in a dark room, and you turn on the lights, and you just go kind of like that feeling. The skies are clear and the air grows warmer, fresh grass sprouting everywhere, and when you look back behind you you see a clear line where you see the dense blizzard happening. And then where you are in the warm not summer Erik because it's it's still pretty cool. But it's more like a spring first spring, where it's probably, you know, maybe fifty or sixty degrees, but you feel the one of the sun, and you just know that whether conditions have changed kind of that feeling for trees have shed any sign of white Birch trees show, fresh signs of fresh new leaves, the sounds of rivulets of water and melting snow can be heard everywhere Brexit, you see in this area wildlife that does not normally come out of this area. It's almost like they've been in hibernation for as long as the winter. That's how well hidden. They've stayed. In fact, you see a rare sight a make Leo sarus or commonly known to the locals as giant elk eating grass slightly off in the disk. Since Nati looked over tell you could provide enough meat for the rest of the trip. Don't you think Dessus out a coat on and she's just running around so frolicking? I it doesn't even matter. This probably only like forty degrees out. It's a little warmer. She's been in weeks, she is leased, and, you know, in in like cartoons where you're like holding someone else's hand and like spinning and it's like the aerial view down. And there's like flowers everywhere, and you're just like frolicking many round. That's her Jim. What they're doing. She's not a part of the conversation. She's just happy, and it's definitely warmer, even forty degrees. I think it's probably more in the fifties. But forty degrees, even you're pretty much always a negative degree temperatures. So so this is good really warm. Yeah. This one normally been freezing for. But she's like it's been negative. No, that's true. Last two weeks. This might as well lose been reassigned. Breakfast thing is going to be looking between Nadia and owed. Esa Odessa just kind of keep an eye on her only because he knows there's either snares animals, you know, kind of just keep an eye on her that she's not going to run into beehive or anything like that. And then back to knowledge. What he's worried about and thinking about getting food for the pack. So. That's a great idea. Nothing wrong with having some extra provisions for Pippas part. She's you know this. This is nice. It's a nice reprieve from the blizzard. But she's a little suspicious. Why why is there this nice relatively mild spot? Like right after a horrible blizzard like that doesn't make it that doesn't make any logical sense. And she's gonna kind of to extend sort of her her magical in her physical senses. And try to see what she can pick up about why this might be here. And I don't know what that'd be like an art knowledge are cana- role or dungeon nearing just roaming spoke craft spell craft Monette is also very suspicious. So I mean, I could I aid. I think we're both kind of standing there going what the fuck Ling. Realized after I said it not it's not not isn't surprised by this. But she sees this food source and as an enter it's naturally taken over everything else. I think Brexit's is in the same. I think when he I saw he was the world's going on. And then when he saw some food in the distance he went into kind of mode himself. I think Indesit just went straight into dot in just like. Just like meet snow. This is the warmest. I've been I'm gonna make flour, and it's actually stooped down and his making all of us lower grounds. So just be ready for that. I hate to bust your bubble. There are actually floor crowns too, bad. Literally just a little bit of grass on the ground grass, crowns, it is. I rolled the natural twenty my cell coughs. I mean, I have a plus seven twenty-seven if you want. You get the sense that there is something magical happening being that it is related to nature might be something Druidic. But that's about all your picking up from it. Does it feel like dangerous or hostile or just kind of like nature neutral? I think I think what it feels like is this may have been what Urasin felt like teen hundred years ago kinds of the free yoga. Yeah. You're almost accessing some kind of maybe there's a little bit of a historical thought that maybe this is what it felt like in this land before. Baba young. It came b b y. Oh, man. And you guys are like really analyzing the whole thing Dessus broken off some tree branches and make like crowns. But this just there was no flowers, Dustin rob me of flowers, but she's not giving up so like Barca, crowns, twig crown gonna throw some shoots grass. Yeah. Look really green and fancy when she's done. Also exciting. 'voliti of Edessa. I think this is probably the most childlike, I think all of you ever seen a maybe I think so. Yeah, it's been she's she's usually pretty like, sir casting, and like has her walls up and drinking pretty like prepared for horrible nece to happen. Almost like if you put her in her worst nightmare than let her come out of it for a minute. She'll be happy. So strange. Oh breakfast is going to Pippa a Nadia are gonna go hunting. I guess keep an eye on keep an eye on these folks. All right, usually will people. I think we ran into this last episode where people see Pippa, and they think because she's small she's a child for breakfast, his interactions with her is that she's the the voice of reason in the party. You know, the the mom friend, so think. I think you know, Jess is used to protecting and has been a guardian for a caravan. He sees Pippa as incharge person. She's the authority leave every church of the adult here. Told in the room. I will say one thing is I think Nadia, this is a large creature. So this guy is huge. So wait he's like an actual measurement. He's a large creature. He's a large creature. I'm gonna do this one bullfighting Steph dodge rolling out of the way, not my strong suit. But I wanna do it. Doing in a grass crown 'cause that's my. We've it right into my hair. Yeah. So basically, it looks like a giant elk, and it is twenty one hundred pounds. It takes it takes a ten foot space. So it is definitely a large creature. Draft. Everybody's kate. It's been a long time since I hunted with my my pack. Would you be interested in joining me to the hunt? I think it'd be had to tell his tale would be wagging because he's kind of all ready thinking about the hunt is when I think a primal thing for him. It means a satisfied belly. But also kind of a fun family thing is Earl twinkling have this somewhere where like. Oh, I don't know. How how how close your frolic keen? I think she would probably be in your shot. Yeah. I feel I should probably be. I think just because she's happy. She stupid. So she would she would probably stay within like she wouldn't want her to like we just came out of a clearing. We just came into the branches are pretty close by probably grasping. She's crawling than lake twenty. That's not Jim isn't Jim always as he's like, look, maybe heard huntin and tugging at shirt year. Male. It'll be fun hour be honored and just to add a little extra interest to it. What how would you feel about perhaps getting on its level? If you catch them on. Oh, yeah. I think that's a great idea. So Pippa like laser laser hand on Abraxas cath-. Oh is she like before she does that Edessa runs up and put a crown on his incident? Draw? This went on Pippas head and then like reaches up as high. She candid puts on the net said Shula. Minute leans down for this. Toll enough that she has to kind of like tippy toe. Pippas beaming because she loves crowns into euros of all types. Ready grass and twigs. She. Wanted to. We all looked like a better kids. I love being a Princess. And make them for them later. NPC's fair for themselves. So breakfast is gonna be towering Omolo now. He's bigger than or taller than Monette. Then. Whoa. I liked the elk that you've used is like wearing armor. That's cutest thing I've ever seen. I wanna be because that's my new. Anymore? Wait. All right. I'm gonna charge in and get it's much of its attention all of you charge. In after pelted, I'll rat. I'll rat plan. Do go for the throat Monette twirls or spear around the real cool. The. All right. And with that final nod. He's going to shift into giant Princess-mononoke gay wolf. All if every phone. Best day of the podcast. Honestly. Okay. Breakfast. Would you get sixteen and that nineteen twelve a whopping twelve Edessa nine see if it proceeds you guys it does not proceed you guys all focused on the happiness of grass that it's eating in front of you. You know, how long it's been he's had grass on now. He'll bad. He's never had grits making us regret trying to kill this thing. Stop humanizing. It technically minutes. I and the order but breakfast, I think you're yielding to Abraxas because he wanted to charge it. Yeah. I was going to hold my action till lemberg CISCO's, and you guys do not have any speed debilitate because you are not in snow. So you can actually have pulled movement for the first time I ever this shit. We've that's accurate. I have not had like full because we also we've done most of our fighting outside a breakfast is super stoked and bounds in with hunting speed here and goes charging straight straight towards the monster elk and going to snap at it. Twenty four and that I should have brought my two to six now. 'cause right. I'm sure that hits right? Twenty four rolling damage without asking. Fourteen points damage right at the gome, go tasty. Oh, my tasty haunches. Oh, I forgot him a wolf I'm going to go for a trip. I know it gets a bonus because it's a four legged. But I'm going to try to bring it down. That's a that's a twenty four also on the Sambi. That same d to beat him. Twenty five. So close tugged it. But I'm so used to smaller game or I'm bigger with through off balance a little ungainly that would have been sweet brought it down first round that would have been that would've been amazing. And that ends a breakfast is turned stilt a little twinkle in his eye. He's like indices on. So do that in the breakfast turn from a net Europe? All right is going to come rushing forward. She's gonna do her full movement. I do a double move. Yeah. I think I'm going to double move Winkett. And I'm sure so I'm gonna let I'm gonna do it out here. I don't know if it has reach out to here, but I'll take chip Ritz. Does not have reach. Okay. It is the make the source make the Saracens turn it gets back up on a time. Lakes and just comes down with both who's at you Abraxas. Rowling agro and ontinue with two separate attacks with the twos. And both hit with ease. Macy's crap right now because the charge is it are there who've silver Duston, nothing or not you. Silver, silver, horse shoes. Techno just kidding. All the animals have been got shoes that are made it silver. Just an iridescent thing. Typical practice of the the witches because they liked to make sure there will can't eat. There. Can't be anything. So yeah. So he tax the tubes. And you take eleven points of damage from the hooves, and then he's going to gore you so he gets down on his giant Antlers. And these things are as big as Monette there that huge any kits as well with that the Levin point of damage was at total or did you is the one attack or is it one attack and attack one attacked one attack? They totalled eleven. Yeah. They didn't fight. However, I'm just shrugging off the cakes like, they're nothing you take twenty two points of damage. It basically hits you with Antlers, and like lifts you up and slams into the ground. How oh man that's pretty amazing. It's God Zillow versus cuts. Let's sprays on the snow on the graphs on the grass Pippa. It's your turn. Pippa is going to take us opportunity to use her icicle one. She's never used it before. So she and also I spear isn't a spell that. She normally is able to do is really excited to experiment on this very large creature so Pippa waves this like this icicle, which like if you were called just looks like a sharpened icicle itself in the direction of his elegant is like ten foot long sphere of ice just just up out of the ground directly underneath where the creatures belly would be and destiny you get a fourteen reflects save for half. And he yeah. I think he feels it starting to come up, and he actually jumped straight up in the air, which is pretty to see angel- MO fo. So it does not go into as much as it could have and how much does he take for half? Okay. So he takes four points damage from that. And then it's also it's two six of piercing damage, and then it's also to six points of coal damage, this flippin awesome. That's great want. That was an age so forth. Okay. So he takes four points piercing damage in four four points of damage. That was some pretty serious damage their Pippa. I like this want want is a good one. He is looking hurt. But he is still for sure in. It's your turn. Now Edessa actually to take little John over to the left there. So that Abraxas isn't in my line of sight, just shoot him plotter gun aim real careful and not tattered because they're going to try to eat it just with that one single bullet that is nineteen against that is definitely eleven points of damage to our friend. She just aims and she hits him probably like those shoulder neck area goes to shoulder, and he kind of it definitely hurts. He yelps out in pain. Save a lot of regret some link. But he is okay. And it is not as turn Nadia steps up in pulls back and fires at him composite long though. She misses. Come on. Stuff that you were doing. But does that thing from office space? What exactly would you say? Your job is. Flipping a champ. Fire food. Remember, she became a drooling messin pyramid. I though we really cool. Until she agreed. What exactly would you say you do here? And that in his turn. She's she's just she's going to go into depression now. 'cause they're so mean to her that was all. I was in character voice time for round two. It is minutes turn going to finally after having sprinted over and behind this elk take her I swing and it's going to be oh, so delicious of big swipe at his hindquarters be the first twenty day. I got a twenty two twenty two is a hit. But barely. The suspense with Hillary. I know that was not my best. But at least it made it here, we go. Ten damage you stick it spear spacing brackets. So you kind of take advantage of maybe the tear that hip had given with the icicle, and you just stab up with your spear and you hit right into the heart, and it falls to the ground as it yelps in pain to wards pop out from rallying they been stocking. This pray for several days and realize it's too big for them. But for some reason, they think that maybe a breakfast might be allied with them. I guess maybe. And so they pop out because their prey is finally fallen spins on them and start yelling to try and scare them off because she just took it down. So maybe it'll be a feared. They do not back down. What if I do intimidate? That you didn't do move action. So go ahead twenty two. I would say one of them is in the shaking condition only diplomatic plus ten to that only a plus three days to isn't that weird? That is strange. A little bit. It makes sense for my history. But not for my current condition. Gary warrior scarier where your bad s. Cool plus four when dealing with stuff like we're handle animal where been. To back off our food. I know this is Mike kill steered knuckle. I've heart y'all. You look at their bodies a breakfast. And they are very an like they haven't had been a while. This is kind of a life her dice for them. At the reason why they're kind of getting on. But because they they're trying to scare you away. They're just both going to hold their turn just you can tell they're just trying to scare you away, Anna, Brexit, it's your turn breakfast, complicted, wards or evil things evil characters. Unlike a Paladin, that's not necessarily a deal breaker for him. I know I a breakfast knows the minute Manetzky gonna do a scan on them or recognizes them as works. They really are. Thing that they were warring nothing. I don't know that I would think Brexit's going to pull a I'm the alpha wolf here y'all wait you're flipping turn get Romi diplomacy outta plus three because you are. So big your barks just going to echo. Oh, okay. So that's a that's a twenty four total on the boss here. Bitches? Immediately recognize the alpha in the room, so to speak, and they sit on their butts and kind of come to attention. I think I'm gonna essence I'm so big. I'm going to just grab a haunch like a leg and just tear it off and throw it at them. They bite into it. And they drag it away. We didn't have to fight them. Unifil? Look at us being diplomatic good job of a certain kind of diplomacy. Like, oh, man. They didn't know how closely we're for Mineta to spear down just for being evil. Just her ping evil. Rhyme of your evilness Hct, just either. It was evil. No big deal. Love it. Wolf diploma. I think because I think he's just going to I'm going to stand where they were and just kind of stand just until they're out of sight a little bit. You're protecting. He is this is my area. So I'm actually gonna Mark area. Basically protecting them for me. Because I yeah, he's probably right. That I would be looking around like. Going on here. So you guys now have a large east doesn't quite have the amount of beating add like an organ trail situation. You've killed ten thousand pounds of meat, but you can only take back three. Oh boy. No. But you have bags a holding actually take most of it. Well, and then whatever we don't eat the worst back. That's true. So knottiest starts breaking down the meat and for the trip. She she actually wonders quicken grab some snow in the blizzard come back out. So she has. Thing. And now you guys have a giant large-sized bagless of make Cerro's rug. Yeah. Extended gaming's when I do red dead, redemption. On those go on for so long. Can all the breakfast is gonna take share early? Another haunch tear it up get some points back from the gore right that gore was brutal. Door. That was good puck and work, dude. He's still a little bruised because it didn't recover his hip points. He gets dight plus four plus five plus five when he does that. If you need any extra slap you in the butt. With some points. Good. I think he's gonna bruises for him are kind of like macho like took that thing down. Mazing deemed that huge. That was so cool, but to watch practice takes the horns, and he does that thing like how the Grinch stole Christmas when he puts the horns. A reindeer breakfast craft into something a clean, all this blood on my spirit. You probably about two hours into your two three hours. So it's probably like maybe about noon. So I mean, you probably eat some food joy some of this elk meat. I think at this point a would probably be changing the dressing on the brand on the back of her neck because they're out in the wilderness and skin is growth, especially burns. So I think she would be trying to like change without actually being see anything. But I feel like she's kind of been trying to do it on her own up to this point because everyone's been paying Gry and just kind of shitty to each other. So she's just been like, no, I am fiercely independent Jim healthy. It gets his silly little felty hands. Stuck to the tape. That's like holding it on. It's just a nightmare. So she's trying to do it again alone out of sheer stubbornness this point because you can never ask for help. She does. Actually, I think no. This point of breakfast is gonna just peek over he's finishing looking. Cleaning up after the battle where he's going to just shake his head and get his the medical kit. His little healing kit out of the bag and just plop down right next to Edessa crisscross applesauce. All right. That's that's that's enough of that. I've got some clean cloths right here. Let's put your head down here. Let's let's take a look at that. Right. Thank you. I keep getting here, and he just had pink near caught in this. I don't even think it's sticky anymore. I know the pain and discomfort of having things stuck in your furniture. Let's let's remedy that. He's gonna take a bowl out. He's gonna create water. So that was nice and clean seal. Do that wants to kind of wash up, you know, throw it out create again, and again, just kind of peel gingerly. He's been keeping up with. He he's used to. I think from his not only his training traveling with a group on his own as part of his travels doing drew D stuff. He's mended. He's done. Disney. Princess men the animal amending animals when he's not eating them. So he's been he's he's pretty knowledgeable about healing and basic first aid. So his his I'm picturing his. Oh my gosh. She can't talk his healer's kit is now a combo. So it's the one that they looted from somewhere. But I think he's been augmented slowly as he's been teaching Monette how do identify plants and it's been collecting different herbs, and what have you got some aloe. And so he's going to use a mix of what's provided as far as in the medical kit for -pointment and also can match home remedy. So I'm picturing putting nice cooling soul on very gingerly. And he takes a very careful tender tender mode versus his recent charge. So it's a very different thing for him where he again, he's taking his time. And check in with Jim he's he's Jim now as a member of the party, not a tool now, it isn't extension of Odessa. So he's having little conversations like, oh, you know, hold hold on right there. And just kind of finishes up making sure it's nice in meets clean disinfected. And. That we didn't give her that much discomfort. And you're all set. Now, she you did great. Let's hear back. Thank you recognize. It's honestly. Hard to care for with being on the back of my neck. No Gips been helpful. Doesn't actually have fingers thumbs mitten. It's just been. Thank you. It really does much better. I should have been taken a look at that much earlier. Let my stomach distract me. Our stomachs distract us. And all things that we've been avoiding thinking are now just there we're thinking about him. So I'll give you a little tap when it's time to take a look at that. Again, our hands up. She's like, I've always I'm right here. I'm always right here. I literally have a God. Okay. Like side. I heard looks back at Abraxas just like all this things about anything. Out just down. Good guy. Yeah. She probably doesn't meet the toucher. I don't think that's Pippa like really adding the shoulder. Brexit is gonna between them and just lean in really close to a Dessus at you know, what I just bided the air. That'll do the trick. She's a little bit and kind of back pitching, really. Meters bite of the year. His whole face turns red her like a desolate becomes jest. We're like dump her. She's like, I I don't even know your time. All right. Well, here's a little Pat on the lake and gets up packing up to. Totally misread that. One. Nothing wrong with little animal attraction. And the magnitude. Does this just like looking at Rex's side eyeing Monette looking back into inter headlight? Just die in the snow now. Practice ready Desa walkie without her coat towards the snow. Steam, not finish his breaking down the giant beast packing up. You've helped Desa through her injury. Among other things and start moving through the lands. I think it's three miles go across lush green land, and you keep moving through kind of enjoying it. It's about about pie takes about another hour to get towards the other side. And you see the wall of snow once again popping up. Oh, you know what? Now that there have been traveling for awhile, you know, his his congress aided not eat store. All the me. He has some of them. So he could do again greatest growth day. I think now it's spaced out longer because he's used to eating. So he has to give back in the habit of grazie. But I think at this point he's going to also investigate what's causing break in the weather. You definitely feel like it's something to do with the druids. You know, that this is this is something that you can't really place it, and it's about that time. You should this cloud raw behind you. And the thing is is that rar sounds familiar. You have heard that before. And you know that thing where you like in the back of your head. You like, I know that voice. That's kind of words this like where do I know that voice from like when you watch him movie with voice actors kind of thing. Now, we're talking I think it's more like a familiar. This is somebody in my past that I just don't remember kind of thing. Okay. You all see a large bear slowly approach towards you. And I think Nadia maybe we start grab bow. And maybe all if you maybe not Abraxas, but I'll start to get ready to fight his bear. And as the bear slowly approaches each step forward, it slowly changes shape into you, see this broad shoulder muscular, man, he has a long handlebar moustache. He's kind of have a little grey flakes in his hair and throughout his his mustache. And all of a sudden you here as I live and breathe. If it's not that endlessly charman breakfasts hill Rona UCF on for breakfast reflected back in his is almost as quick as it's there. He snaps out of it. Looks over the rest of you, pardon me, where among Manas ostrich p kil moon sun. It is a pleasure to meet your acquaintance doing the back and forth. Look thing. We're all looking at him. Looking looking. I think Edessa caught in this like I've been trained to do this. So I'm kind of like not a full bow. But like a very respectful half though. And would just be like missing. Is that what you do darling around here, we give hugs, and he goes and gives you a little bear hug and live off the grid. That her whole body is rigid. When you see like, the cartoons were cats touch on their hair. Just like it's spiking weird. That's your whole body. I think a breast swish to Truitt IQ and just put his head on his shoulders. It's like not not everyone has. Different boundary. They don't they don't know sniffy shudder at first, greedy. And they're took a hug. This one this one other than this one. Away, this guy towers over you. He's probably like a seven foot Oshii loving that. She's so into that. And he picks you up armor on lifts you off the ground to and just hugs you tight. This is the best day of. Dessus hiding behind the Brexit. Don't let that me in touch me again, please make man before he can turn before you can put Monette down and turned towards Pippa to do maybe the same to her Pippa just sticks. Her arm up like inbetween them to avoid like any kind of like picking her up sort of situation. Pleasure to make your acquaintance of beauty such as yours is one for the ages in the kiss part of your hand O sheet loves that. Her cheeks pink, and she's like, well, oh my. I forgot how you've always been really good with people. Desa Harbin him immensely. Forget you Abraxas and he comes and he gives you a hug, but it's not like they're around the beg. It's like the down on that grabbing his as like. Miss much. It's been a long side. I think he's getting a little he's getting a little rep. And so. I think Dessus just taken turns hiding behind each of them as he goes around like, no, we're getting contact. And now I'm over can't really hide behind pip of it is just like standing out of the giant. But he mid vans reach she's like near detachments. Jim Jim jumps up on into his arms and gets a hug from. No. He does not Jim is not that kind of teddy bear. That kind of Barry anti cuddle teddy. Remember, they share like telepathic connection of Dessus uncomfortable. Jim. He's like what what brings you around these parts. I was just going to ask the same thing. What are you doing here? This far north you've been traveling through my work. Don't you get the lush green just makes you want to sit on a porch with a glass of Tita aid. And just sit back and enjoy the womb day kind of size because that actually that reminds her working at her father's in. And it's just she does sound. This is you you more. Well me in order. Brexit would call us a little bit of an orthodox coop. Druids? We want to bring Iressa in back to where what it was before the times of yoga. She's a powerful powerful woman. So there's not much we can do. But every once in a while we can give small little patches lane and turn them back to the pristine style. They once were BB y if you will not. Bill this canon. I'm going to watch. Fetch what didn't work with the blow gun. It's not gonna work with BB. Well. Edessa just kinda like looks them up and down and she's just like. I guess they like you can bring more weather. Accepted. This is a nice nice bit of spell work. Perfer the cold. But it's it's nice war. Thank you for that kind of breakfast. I really appreciate it. So there are more will they moved on fortunately east last too long either baba youngest, which is coming tear them down or they just kind of wear out over time. But this was last longer than most it's been up for about two weeks. And it's been it's definitely a work of art. It's great to see nature's shoot. Well, if it's the will of it's the will of the world, it'll be restored. But breakfast normally of of course, isn't the social guy you notice these he's having a hard time by stumbling over his words a little bit more than normal. Major side hip. No each other. You see she kinda like is Abraxas out of the quarter of I just like seem like you won't. We would love us. Exactly. Well, there it is. Well in practice was just a a new pup coming into the order. Learn that'd be Judah was just finishing my last year. It was a summer of you'd see this stars at his is like the whimsical faraway. Look. That man could do. I don't mean to be so in about so to speak Pippas, a follower of cholesterol, actually is like like she's got this huge shitty and grins staring at a breakfast right now. It's like our breakfast. I always knew you head does says completely written him off as somebody sexual and it's just like, I'm so confused her entire perception of Abraxas as a human flexible. Total. I need fan aren't now. That was a good summer. Because I notice is kind of odd. Silence. That Brexit give he's like, well, what brings you through this late. It's not every day. I see you obviously a nut from these pots. Tugging down her sleep. Yes. We fell into this land of heard of the portals. I've been sprouted over galeria. Believe heard some rumors that true. Yes. True. The witches or using some taking advantage of the laylines that runs through the world to open these portals. They wanted to spread the winter everywhere. And again as I said a big fan of winter night. Enjoy the cold, but definitely it was throwing everything out of balance. So we entered through the towel door ports and shut it down. But there's more miss here. The this country has gone even more out of balancers power struggle with the witches. So we are here to co wrecked that imbalance. That seems quite a task. I can't think of in if Faina any looks you up and down into. Supposed to carry out that task. Are you heading to white thrown then? Yes, any any word? What's the wood in the lands? I try to stay pretty part of our away from the cities, you know, me I like to stay close to land. But here any passes over this token, the silver token, you you're going to want to seek out the heralds of some return. They're going to be the ones that can probably help you Nadia actually agrees like she's like, oh, that's that's that's my my husband was accused as being out of that group. And he's like, yeah. My we've lost many. We gotta bring this place back to where it was and let the land feel the summer once again, that's part of why we do this. This land is hurt and imagine being stuck in snow for centuries never been able to feel warmth ever. Again this land. Suffering needs to be set free. I mean, they can't argue with you on the snow is the worst. I don't wanna be wasting too much more of your daylight. I know how that is going, but it was a pleasure seen. It was good seeing you hopefully, it will run into the next Muthu ages. Yeah. Yeah. For sure I hope you had a good good solstice. I plus this. This. We had enough choice of carrots and other root vegetables, all roasted will meet. He endorsed a college. He's like, yeah. Well, I guess it should be off any turns to walk away and same thing. Kind of happens. He starts taking steps. But instead of turning into a bear turns into a raven and then flies off he's got to shapes. He's he must be very skilled you. And I or as group, I honestly don't care. I'm just saying we need to talk about this. I have you know, his way around an ears. All I can say. Before we start walking Monette gives him a high five. So I think you guys filing once everybody stops staring at a breakfast with their job on the ground. I think everybody starts headed into the storm. Same thing. You know, you probably have about an hour like rough blizzard kinda normalizes back into it. And you're back in the snowy hills. Scape that love so much. Travelling along. I think kind of wandering around you got some time to kill does anybody have anything to do. Whether I'm guessing tip is backup on breakfast is because snows begin. Yeah. And she is so not going to waste us opportunity to tease him when he cannot talk back. Oh, that's rough. I think she she probably does actually wanna hear back from him. She's going to go ahead and activate that other jewel that the other red jewel in her comb and. Kind of connect to Abraxas mind. Just feel like so he seems skillful. Seems. And two shapes. He's always been very talented. Arch. Druid he has access to. Greater powers arch. Druid look at you. It wasn't an odd drew at the time. But well, well, a log. So you know, when you were spend in. With him. Was it only man? Well, I just really depended on my mood for the day suppose. Very accommodating own. Yeah. He's very very kind very thoughtful. I'm sure he was very given as a friend. True, generous spirit. Make things all. Jessica there your half of the conversation. I think we're there like. Laughing silently, they can but like pointing like elbow. Clearly, absolutely not silent or not good at hiding, especially a net. She is all about this. She's loving it. And also, I think pip is like mom ish friend tendencies are going to kinda like also kick in a little bit of just kind of like to think, you know, if if circumstances meant that you could get if we survive this and whatnot, and we get to go home as heroes d think he'd found that impressive. I think from his tail give them away as he's keen. I. I think he would. That would I think you would find that this is a worthy worthy quests worthy undertaking to the betterment of galeria n- and the natural world. He so wise. I've sure he would to would that be something you are. I mean, he seems very our work usually has travel, but I wouldn't lie. My Woolsey tendencies are more to. Messed up and have a nice den. But. Tis the nature of the Colleen my work is gonna keep me traveling for a good while but. All the better for for the people galeria in the creatures of galeria n-. I'm I find that a worthy sacrifice. Well, I can't I can't argue with that being that you and I are on the same quest right now. But. I don't know. I think it's important to to make room make room for the possibilities of personal dreams. My work will be done in time. There's a season for all things season for rest as well. You can travel around with other people you're doing it right now you could travel with him. Maybe. That's that's true. I worked as over that. I think at this point Edessa would just like kind of not like really loud. But like it's volume starts singing the like what was his name. How do you say that Heikal Abraxas in? See me cheap. What it was? As you guys continue on the journey, and you laughing you kind of having a good time. 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Weekend Preview: 50/1 & 25/1 Bets and a trip down Memory Lane

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Weekend Preview: 50/1 & 25/1 Bets and a trip down Memory Lane

"The final furlong podcast is brought to you in a cessation without the races dot com. The ultimate resources for racing fans. Kabbah to the final Furlan podcast. Thank you so much for the kind words about tiger roll over the weekend and the national review thoroughly enjoyed doing it and looking forward to this week's podcast as well members. Kennedy alongside at the racist, pundit, Mr. Declan Rix, Hello. And at the racist, pundit, Mr Kim Blake. Reclaiming his Hello now. After all the love for tiger roll. It means we have to start off with an absolute superstar and Kevin has insisted. This is the first thing we talk about so live on Sky Sports racing. Winks are fine. Whatever race Kevin Blake. And you've course a huge supporter. You got wait to be up early Saturday morning. Jaren are on. Couldn't think of snow getting up to us. As as we said their money money months ago. She is she is now an internationally relevance. So the very best to have a mighty day down there as they breezy, actually, good luck to peace nothing. But you're listening. Fairplay winks and off you go, right? We're going to start with the Scottish Champion Hurdle because we'll continue our national hunting before moving onto the flat the Scottish Champion Hurdle to twenty-five air that betting is headed by new by Negra closely. Followed by Mr. Fisher, redeem Shean Leon Cabello. Madonna, blue and -irlfriend busy on the flow is there. Well, so Ricky take it away. My friends got us Champion Hurdle who wins. Ooh. Well, before going to we're going we're swinging for the fences I time because I'm going to put put up to horses. Going to mention this lot. I fifty to one horse. Should be six to four. Really? Good Chrysler media. I really don't know how he's fifty to one. And he's done. He's got former over the course no-load with the horse is one of these terror. The name's I'm gonna make Hames open. It's Cassius Marcus Gus not Burroughs. Breyer last night. I was actually watching gladiator last night stuff. Probably. Gordon, Rick go again. Yeah. Beaten under daddy. Yeah. I reckon. That's it. Good pronunciation, so right? Fifty to one make your case for Nikki. He's just he's he's been he's been regressive horsemen a summer horse last last summer, the track psych heck some parts market raise his Ron elephant tracks. I didn't know what you're saying. All fine checks sports race in the parks make some but that me. That's all right. Don't care. That's right. But we got to June. The we've got Scott. Chester. You forget him, Chester and Bangor. Probably gets away this horse might win. But then moult, right? So get looked up that Ronit Ascott behind physics there at November to starts November to start the season. Very good. Ron I taught he was a bit unlucky that they they went a seriously helter skelter Gallup, dear global citizen that that tear way of been Pauling. He was in hub set up a good gallop and to be fair to I'm going to say this election because I don't want to get his name wrong again, but he traveled well under some twists Davis for most parts of the rates and low key Alaska's place turning for home, and then he was hampered. But the way he rallied was encouraging and Torelli light. He did off that kind of gal. Look, I I think it's kind of signified that he's not just a summer summer kind of horse. So to story is t- run. There are one hundred and forty two under some twists and Dave's raised at one hundred and forty nobody's Nikki. Richards books. Seven pound family Donnie, mcmanamon who won the won the big handicap on Nisic shut them this year. The great would. So Don ease William to ROY source victories. He's running off one hundred thirty three's. Got course form around air. And would just be a little bit interested in if they put blinkers on AMIS. He looks like he's improved for first time cheek pieces, but because there's a little bit share her sharper and wonderful. They may be reached for the blinkers. So look at fifty two four nights. I backed him. I taught fifties. As a Cindy price. Each issue be half that probably twenty to one in in reality. And look he comes here. Fresh horse now down the blue disappointed in this race. Last year. You know, she's got into seven pound camera board. She we don't know how she's going to go brainpower is off his vision to flow is a triplets beast mister Fisher or a tall. Last name pulled his brains out in a wetter on race on soft ground that could leave American a young horse, you know, Rhodesian of the game. And you know, adult think it's going to it's going to be arranged that takes hold on a winning Neuberger because the is I wouldn't say, he's a standup handicap Pinter prospect soul. Look it's race. I'm going to have a swing in with him at fifty to one. So that one will do for me the other way. Just just just before we move onto your second one just say a straight to see Donnie mcmanamon get in the big big race riots. You know, of course, everyone knows he's the son of Steve McManaman former. A great association, which has evolved in order horses. Dan should years. So great Donnie get this chance fantastic fair plates. Steve Steve's a big man leggy winger. I it looks like Giannis, I've taken after the mayor. Our believe. Yeah. So fares and fare Plato. Totally locks by the look sittings. It's mad isn't it like in the same country. We've got Steve McManaman son writing here and Chester Williams Assan. That's actually. Easy mistakes ex ruby player just to Williams. That's that's really sorry in his new careers. Yeah. Yeah. It's us just wonderful sport nation. Look, athletes or athletes, as you know, a lot of these skills are transferable. Look what I think is great is taken somebody from the game of football and bring it into racing. This is what we want. This is what we will immoral so well, don't cross promotion. Yeah. Could've played for Liverpool. Chose to be a junkie for NICKY Richards. Proceeds wrap it up there. Show would be part of the west for Sean bowl. And I was just looking down through this race. I don't think there's a hold on a pace on here. Knots dependent on what they do magic dance or part of the west could potentially get now little freebie under Sean born. She was a good winner at Cheltenham at the toll Ramedhan, she actually beat reduc- in dock day, and she's only Ron one since at Don dock, so she's Coleman here. Freshest paint on all of those horses are going to be absolutely in ribbons after on soft ground in Cheltenham, those who Frisch these will do beasts will do for me. But hopefully, Steve McManaman song can bring home the. Hopefully, he can score. Hopefully, you can by the way Liverpool Chelsea live on Sky Sports super Sunday. Don't forget that as well. Trust promotion, you see you see you gotta have it. Switched on. Also, just thought of Cassius Marcellus decimals racehorse. Loyal servants to the true champion trainer. Nicky Richards, father to a murdered full husband to a murderer mayor, and I will have my vengeance. In this life or the next. Actually. Well, don. Yeah. Fair-play? Thanks. Thank you are up to me. Right. Blake fifty fifty-one shot. Explain what that horse kennel possibly win. And who you think will know I'd rather tip to winner myself. I'd be hope. I'd be hope. Onto the game. Now. Surprises. Sure no-one abuse you when they get these. If Rick see land this torch, she's going to be a legend forever. Is you say you've got you've got the Tony Keenan methodology of tipping non runners. And you've got the ritzy metadata hip. Hip in a million to one this should be to millions of one. Four kids. Right. Mr. Fisher bounce back from his thumping by Dan's classical dream of children. Yeah. He got a good clip in there. But I don't know how much this ground this horse want soft ground. I'd say he'd be a much more at on this much sounder surface. And Ricky says he was abyss. It was a bit spicy for his own good air Dion. They're a Cheltenham. So let's say a big field handicapped like this. You'd like to see plenty of pace not guaranteed looking at the the makeup of the field. But he looks handicapped are to me off on for five. He beasts bright forecast and beat him very well on his penalty. But stars and bright forecast came out and around a Stormer in the body. More a Cheltenham albeit open trip, but the form look solid, Hank. Bright forecast is now one hundred forty nine Mr. Fisher given tree pounds on Acklin. So I think on that he looks at handicaps and. Cover from get them settled. I could see him run on very very well. Okay. Strong selection for you can Blake in terms about air. He's the the main selection for sure. Absolutely. Fifty to one shot role of asked them by. Shoe the reverse forecasts have it done because if it had with. Steve McManaman was one of the greatest wingers of all time, and you shall not speak ill of him. My man, we should move. What did they used to call the spice, boys? They all turn up for FA Cup final and the ice cream white suits. Good times. Back when I used to watch. That was the day. That was still do not know how Eric Cantona generated that much power in the volume of the winning goal going backwards. Wasn't incredible. She was one of the greatest players of all time wasn't he not long back from his cO FU band at the time when he played Liverpool in the Kong comeback game. And he's. He's he's scored a penalty against okay. He had the worst celebration. If you ran up to stanchion. Yeah. Did they go climate opponent behind? Remember these? Speaking of poses before we get to the Scottish Grand National has anybody seen that you know, these like how hilarious football videos a fill. Bob one was shown do you? Remember that? Oh my God. I remember kids do fill. Bob went to go clear the ball. And as he did he started to slide right across the pitch in the box case, and he's legs are white open. And he is no way to defend himself. And he went boom right into the posts. All I. Phil, you think he needed an operation after that. Operation. I'm pretty certain that a testicle wrapped around the other one had to be surgically because that can happen. Clued korean? There's the more, you know, on the phone, HUD, cast tell you something like that. You don't know till you know. Oh, jeez. I got a horrific on one time ten Robbie now and off Christ was cheese. A different kind of unpleasant. Now, not nice. I'm going to share. I'm going to share. Operation for sports people now. Good. That'd be a commitment to the cause. Some people will do anything to win. But no, no, no, no. No. Thanks. Sightless laser where you. Will you down in winded for a long time? Kev. Won't go into the details now. Yeah. But I was out of action. Back there. Do you? Remember, you forget his time goes on. He was like Turkey, but he retired. It's madness. Yeah. Nowhere. And then they wanted to Champions League the next season. Demand was insane. He definitely missing the screw it. Sure is. These days you can't deny Matt Letizzi a and gonna lead like that stuff. That was a great time. That's when football was outstanding Paul Merson. They signed it was it Philips sign Mosey is and as they were signing him. He gave a press conference. And he said, he's always good me. Now, I what is on info. Me. Early. My very brief memory of soccer for from that era, d member to time. That might be a find there's some deniers playing and Tim Lovejoy and someone else was doing the we're doing the fan zone and Lovejoy is the Chelsea fan. And Ray Parlour gets the ball kind of around midfield and start straightforward Lovejoy. It's only rain power. My only watch the the the best example of commentators cars ever seen in your life. And that was the end of love joys alleged. Wicked site track. But the good news is that you can watch back the Premier League years on skysports. You can also watch it on Sky Sports on demand and sucker Saturday continues on Sky, Sports and sky won. Saturday's don't what time. Don't watch any anymore. Funny. Funny facts that the new agr studio is directly adjacent to the suffer AM studio chiropractic where they used to play feed the goats and all that is right there. Please. Lobbed balls towards the new gold half care for now. Get a chance to. Wasted journey wasted journey. He coralled Scottish Grand National is at three thousand five over four miles straight to it. Who wins it Ricky? I'm going to go with yellow I'm going to back to again in this race and all the one of that assembly properties. But that the main selection would be a horse who's coming in here fresh, and it looks like from a long way else. He's had this race as his. The plan. He actually won over you wanted this track at this meeting last year beaten, dingo Dolomites, Poile boylans, and they shall renew row rivalries again, but the horses crock shoe boy who has only run once over fences since he wound that handicap chase at air. And that was a that was behind walk in the middle and the beach or Shays over the entry fences back in December since then east to spins over hurdles already inadequate trips. And I'd look I just liked the kind of this time the year. I liked the freshness angle after a lot of these horses being run in that major festivals is being teed up for this race by the Sean Thomas Thomas Doyle team, and with course form he'll do for me at the other one that Cuba showed. So I backed as well is actually Cobra lads now. Yeah, he's he's twenty five to one. I just I think. I can see him. Go can see him going. Well, he was second in this race in two thousand seventeen he disappointed in the last year. Now, I think he's been better than ever this year. It will at the Cheltenham December meeting, and jeez, I thought he was seriously impressed me when some Gallup the hallway that's an EP like in the end, Lookie, Pete, single, farm payments and. What was the other horsey piece that absolute Nodar, visit chance dare, you know, he might might be into horses weren't and low for the game. But he he made the Ronin a fairly strong Galata Holloway that day and those horses who are held off held up to pace they run toy close. But he fended him off lace. He's been dropped two pounds to that run run run in this race before the age twist, Dave's t- are still going. Well, I think of one forty although he is a ten year old synthetic he could go. Well, so those are the two I put forward in a in a tricky race. Okay. Much to Kevin Blix to life. We know move along to the flesh. Supreme discuss Newbury and nays. So I will take a look at the Dubai duty free some of the older horses are back. Young rascal Fulham Haggas Defoe for Roger Varian and a few other ones in here as well. So can you can lead the way Defoe heads the bedding generally seven two four five two two nine two four young Roscoe. What are your thoughts on the Dubai duty free? Yeah. I don't know if this is going to go on produce a group one winner, but to be fair at the Defoe he women close in offer that level last season, albeit HAMAs travels. He just got touched off by best solution over in Germany at the back end of the seas. I went back over to Munich ran away in another one over there. So he he's a good group horse-trade that can go Colson a group on and when they're the this below standard. He'd probably be a fifteen time group one winner if he was down in Australia, boss. He's not forcing. And. You handles half ground. Very well. And it looks like looking at the date has ground reported looks like there be a decent ease. We looking at. It's probably going to be good to soft all over. So let's see what him. Well. And he's carried the one to be young rascal is a horse quite like there was hopes in the pirate of last season that he'd end up in DIVY horsey ran in the race went off his finger price. Just it was just all bit mushroom at that stage of his life wasn't really I wouldn't have been too keen on them had them track at it's time in Iran. Okay. But it's just too much too soon, and they gave him a bit of a break. He came back in a one on the threes there Newbury at the back end of the season is say of further, you know, you don't take a horse that could make up into your horse last season. Didn't get a chance to go up and trip. I I wouldn't be surprised if that's the ongo. That's the road. They go down rhythm this season. But this is a good starting point. He loves knees in the ground. He owes this is in the abyss and has gone well when fresh so I might say he might have a chance of putting it up to default, but she'll be race Muthu city or give a very quick mention too because he's a horse redo really like they might not run him unless it dries out. We'll have to wait and see just that's eight. It'd be a question Mark about him on this ground. He's been making hay on the all letter he's on on beaten. And I was reading impressed with what he did a Kempton assignment in a very strongly run race. I don't think we've seen the best of them mile and a half should suit him pretty much perfectly the ground is just the question, Mark. But he's a lovely lovely horse. So be keeping a close eye on them. Okay. It's young rascals. So forgive to fo- running after a first gelding operations. So we know he's not going to be having a career. It's still Rick. See your thoughts in the race. Yeah. Look, it's not a race this time era. I don't do a lot of betting on the flat to be honest because it's said in a blue weeks ago, and it was on the pod. It's we're kind of in a state of limbo after after Cheltenham, but look this. This is a golden ratio. Your Kevin's already mentioned young Rascic, your athlete. He was a good good horse last year for William Haggas. You know, I think he's he's going to go on and do better again this year. Now now did he's you know, he's going to be a four year old. He's going to do. Well, look at communicating all Mark Johnson. These all you can see him getting noose in the lead. And we talked to pay back to full the ad to always is is solid horse. You know, very, I think John Trevelyan usually gets his horses is pretty straightforward this time of year. But you know, he's no he's not he's not the type of horse like to be taken seventy four is the full. But look, it's just ten runners declared. It's it'd be a diesel. Race Bush in terms of having a note that in the race. I I couldn't suggest anything, but it's kind of the whole month. Think of apron on the flash on following it all gone through. It's going through closely. I kind of really only start betting seriously on KOMO around. Again. He's meeting. Okay. That's the one forty new Berea to be known as the John Porter stakes. But there you go the to ten which should be known as the Fred darling stakes again is the Dubai. Judy free stakes doesn't confuse anything at all. And so perfect is currently favored at three two one with Wayne lorden on board for a Brian density Vega for Ralph Beckett a race. Knowing so he's. Seventy-two we've plenty of other horses in behind, but really it's kind of centering on those unless can Blake perhaps the daughter of John Gosden has with Frankie onboard has improved or some of the others have improved as well. What do you make of a nebr- sending super for over here? Is this more to get a Citre of what the British opposition is like. Yeah. Possibly. So there isn't a heap of trials over the side of the water either. You know, we try to Leopardstown and the other day that was wrong. Quite soft ground. There's another when they're in a couple of weeks back up there. They have an awful lot Phillies married all they have to strip them up somebody themselves the chance, and this is this is nine this and kind of a typical Aidan O'Brien two year old filly last year wasn't she she was out pretty early. She looks like a slow learner. She got away with at first time out on one Bush probably paid the price for it. She wasn't quite chap enough when she went to ask Ron very well. Bush has just improved improved as the season went done narrowly had a bit of a beano in the Phoenix stakes in array in kind of an odd race gave advertise a bit of a frie- around very well to be fair to her. And I just kept producing all the way through went to America around very well out there. She's just a good didn't Philly, and the thing I suppose is how well would she progress to tree you wouldn't? In general. It's not a good idea to to underestimate these Phillies. Even no matter how busy they've been as two year olds. And he seems to have a way to just get continue progressing and thriving despite having really toughened busy juvenile campaigns. So I wouldn't like to underestimate her like. Did the scat daddy's are phoney like, you know, Yuna sue more. Scotty, American American sire, you know. You know, Dirk performer, basically, you'd expect them to all one fast ground with plenty them handle. And he's, you know, plenty of lifter knee little bit as in Europe. And she kind of fits into that as well. You know, I wouldn't be as scared of a bit of an ease in the ground for her as it would be. So it'd be fascinating to see how she goes. Now just in terms of weighing up to the O'Brien Phillies as the group bushy. She like she's got plenty of kind of good hardy Phillies with plenty of experience in the book at a level up against her here. But I'd say the one that will carry an awful lot of attention is dancing vague because she's the kind of the sexy potential improver in the race. It's worse chasing the replay of her win at Doncaster which was alive or not the racist. Of course. Back in October. Because she she was impressive. Missed the kick. Didn't get any cover. My god. Cruise through the race in pretty. Pretty amazing fashion. Really? And then quickened up very well. Big long striding filly looks like one Radi do better as a three year old good pedigree. Paul make and bred her and it goes back to two horses that were down in Australia and New Zealand. I think our motor was group. One winner in New Zealand, so you know, kind of slightly random background Bush really interesting Philly definite classic potential, and they'll know they have a much better idea for they are after days because like I say, she's going into Phillies would way more experienced ourselves. Most of them having performed to their thereabouts a hundred so then nobody sound and we will go. We'll see what's so perfect. Can do she's a Sando home form? But it's just where she can do it on her seasonal reappearance beat a question Mark when manoeuvring O'Brien's as usual are needing the first row. So perfect storm is actually really could when you look at it. And it will be interesting to see how she's developed over the winter Tensing Vega is Rory sip for the one doesn't get any Susan G. That's right. He was very very taken with her in the performance of Doncaster's. So. Is this a sit back and watch race for you. Oh, yeah. Chrissy. This this time of years for on the flat is for MS for watching a knowing and take lose forward. Because he you're just guessing you're seeing how forward device majority of these horses are under seal repair. When you have such an incomplete set of information personnel. Find it very hard to be bullish about. Really so watch learn take in take it for use as a weapon. It's a long season, folks. Mike Collins, the film, what's that Lance holding up the terrified and a bit of an own hook. What's that leads? It's a weapon. Jio guerrilla tactics. Tennessee. Up to pattern class Phileas juvenile. Are you expecting you to make the Mark in this race Ricky? Yeah. Look, she she I think she's probably the correct market leader. I I think it's joint at the moment. It's joint seven two two five between her and so perfect of the two. I'd probably have her shorts. Or I think what's so perfect. You she's from a pretty quick family. I think she's a skept up be and she she's kind of been generally her demeanor is that of a sprinter. So I think the trip and the combination of stopping to be soft ground, but you know, she'd probably like it's quicker. She'd probably like good quick to forget home. So I'd be happy to take on so far fict- here dancing vague as well after remember she went back and maiden over Moyal. She stop and back to far along you know, by loop Vega from Canova middle distance family. So, but I think there's there is potential year to maybe take on to to at the top of that a the the market. Although, you know, I think Ray. Race Beckett has one this three times in the last ten years and the two that I just have a look at now, and I can this time of year. I I'm not going to say like, I'm some big deadly for can professional Kantara. Don't bet known to the star to me, you know, I will have a band. At this time of year on the flat. But I'm happy to take a little bit shorter. If the market is is kind of guiding me that way because you just don't know what we're going to go to keep an eye on here. One of them is is a is David Elsworth horse are done do by Kevin next favorite Sawyer. Don demand. She was really progressive now last year to be fair to her and she she ended up finishing the season finishing second to just wonderful in the Rockville stakes at Newmarket, but she was she she was really kind of key nut day and jarred mossy. She kinda dragged you're back to the back of the fee of them to know about you guys. What you think by always thinks it's very hard to make a crayons at new you. I think if you've got horses who are proper hold a portion they come through and win. I always January think their performances are worthless miracle she she was Keno and mossy dragged her back to the back of the field. But she came. She still finished off race very nicely to get open finished second. She finished ahead of main addition just behind just wonderful that form is decent. She was ready to eighty five going into the race. Didn't stop David Ellsberg from pitching our into intergroup too. And she was only beating lenton three-quarters by one hundred seven rated Philly. So. You know, think of all say her and so perfect and dancing Vega. She to me looks like Tanner. She's a tailor-made seven on Philly. So with the O'Brien horse, potentially not staying and the tar may be confined this kind of fam- quick. She would be the one I'd be looking at and the other one I just give a brief mention to was I wouldn't be a suite on her as the other one as the. It is the Kevin Ryan trained filly. Sorry. Actually, no. I don't think she's being checked. Listen, listen, what's going on? Who knows? Oh, you haven't taken my pills eater today. So you're doing she has been dictum. She has been up. It's Queen Jo-jo campaign ROY daddy. Brought she was she was only two point fairy land in the loader steaks and just buying the MAC bullet as well. Those who have gone onto Frank deform. I'd say this, Dan York in the loudest takes fairyland wasn't at our brilliant passed. But she got the job done, boss. I think Queen Joe Joe is about twenty five so one there. Dolder Nagorny in an I think could step up to seven will probably help are those be two that I I'd have a look at if the market speaks, right? There is a chance. No might back. This this David Elsworth har- done do and she'd be there. The main selection in the race go believe that Daniel Tope has been telling people that that are screened Georgia's and the prime. Why? And just just very quickly on so perfect. There probably should have said in the old sable tour does on our website there, and ate the Brian was kind of saying she was emphasizing how much speed she has. And that they'll try and see what she stay bullsh- loads speed to go back. Sprinting if need be so he was kind of raising a flag over her her stamina. For longer trips. So that's something to consider as well. Great points. Well, made Kevin Blake right up to the forty at Newbury the big race of the weekend for some the Greenham stakes and quite Scots. Too darn hot is out. So kevin. Can you just give his some didn't know before him, by the way, we all talked about it? Can you just give us some kind of of an assessment on this? He has some heat in his splint bone, and John Gosden has said that the plan is to take him straight to the two thousand Guineas how concerned should be sure it's not ideal. It's just the case of how quick sat down there retreatment away in managing it as best. They can. But they just needed help from nature to to to speed often said loan ASAP because at this stage, we are now this is a a pretty crucial zone being in terms of Guineas preparation. And look, hopefully, it is it has last bit of work done one assumes he had it's flared up Astor dash that kind of buys them some time. But yeah, it's it's not ideal. And we know that he's not from the most robust the families. I think it's fair to say. So definitely a concern. Definitely a concern. Are you worried about the fact that not only is he going to have this issue? But that he's also going to miss some very vital work as well. Like, John Gosden was going for a prep run for a reason. So let's say we get there. And he is he makes us. The price will surely drift. Yeah. I think there's new information in the pot new evidence. You might say it's not good. So like you say he wanted to give him a prep race for a reason. And the fact that he hasn't been able to get that into is is concerning and he's going to miss a bit of time on top of it. So hopefully, you know for the horses sake and for everyone involves say get settles down nice and quick. And it doesn't set them down too much. But he's just assuming it does settle down reasonably quickly. He's just going to have to turn the screws. A bit more at home than he would have intended to this. It would have been planning around the prep race in terms of his conditioning program to get into the Guineas and top order. So he's going to have to compensate for for the the absence of death now going forward, and it's it's just not ideal on a on a couple of different levels should look. Hopefully, it sounds sounds pretty quick he can regain that lost ground. But it's it's if you're honest big prices, it's yeah. You'll be it'd be and then bit concerned. Yeah. Definitely look he's not a horse setback. But he's a star. And he's he's going to be one of the stars of the season as well as you've said ritzy pointed out on social media as well given the family's history of making their big targets. Hopefully, he can come through it and be there in the day and and be fit enough to do himself. Justice watch Ron is currently the default favorite and Richard Hannon Hallo Zane who is by Kodiak. Do great Scott nine to do. So Kevin in his absence. Who are you interested? Bought Tron of always like Tron to be honest. He's he's an interesting horror. She was very impressive in his first few stacks is debut was particularly impressive, and he progressed after that, maybe a shade disappointing in the nuclear there. Bush wouldn't tell you sit around. Harsh the honest, and there had been a bit of a hint that there might be an issue with his breathing when they put the tone for his third star haven't gone as I too and he has had a wind up over the winter. So he cleared he was struggling taught. And if whatever was bothering buttering him has been remedied, and that that would be interesting because he looked super talented last season undefeated if there was something holding them back. That's not remedied. I'm yeah. He he'd be pretty exciting. There would be no problem whatsoever with an easing the ground. He law was enjoyed that. I think looking at him, and even though he hasn't had a chance to to run on jet, which which makes the prospect interesting. He does bend his knee. And he's by so, yeah, I'd be very interested in him. Like, I say, it's not not a time of year for bullish opinions Bush, that'd be pretty sweet and brought her on in general. I think the conditions was sued them. And yeah, the breeding operation is really interesting angle. Okay. What's wrong for Kevin? Rick see for you. I actually have the opposite view. I've never really well. We know we all news gonna come out Larson this fun. Yeah. Donut for me. The last year. There was too stunned out you, well, maybe three ten sovereigns. But for me quarter clogged oil, and too darn hot were literally molly's clear of everything over a Moya. So if the two what are those definite with a Guineas at the other one misses the IB IB crying for the charity hall in in may. Chase wanna toss. Yeah. Just I'm the logs. There won't be that fun. Dear. I didn't think it was a great race last year. I wouldn't get sucked into what broom it lasts Saturday where he looked brilliant. I wouldn't get sucked into thinking. That's unbelievable form just yet. Because broom to me last year was just soul green and cupid. And Joe the penny drops at look at the penny dropped last Saturday dollar. He looked magic while. He's I think you can't even Amit you chatted about this on the pod four, you know, those those progeny of Australia, given how Australia was just so laid back. It looks like he's really past those onto onto his kids, shall we say. And it's going to take a while for them to to to really mentally click into years much as anything so Royal Marine. Didn't think was stunned juvenile wanna grade one boss saw look, I just thought blocked on e. Eaves grantee was all right. I'd much prefer the farm of last year's racing post trophy of horse of a similar price. And that would be a great Scott for me, I taught Iran well behind Mike, Nick Risha. Yeah. Good. Ron no. In terms of the pace. I think the race setup wealth from in terms of feebis held off. But he did come from an awful long way. Back in Richard king schools have to you've just free and he was buzzing Kingscote at Raynham right back. I think on that kind of evidence. Look, we don't know how these young more. So we're going to develop over or have bent over the winter product see seven furlongs being absolutely tailor made for him team. Tom dascomb is being decent order this year. Dusk him is a very good trainer. We know couldn't, you know, in some ways is this kind of maybe the Guineas for grade, Scott, you know, he's owned by the Empire State racing partnership. I don't know who those, ladies and gentlemen are. But you know, they could may be potential to see him win here and sell them. So all you would be looking at great Scott ahead of the Diplock, Sean, but would give a man of good very positive mentioned to Richard Hannon's horse Urbani con, I do like him. So on the city. Escaped. He just he was just so straightforward unprofessional. An is good attitudes. He we didn't see him from June last year. So I don't know what the story was bought if the market spoke writes about him, I would be very interested in my think he's about twelve to one there at the moment. Obviously, the Hannon's do very well these kind of Moyal or seven furlong horses. They won this two years ago with fire Iroij. So if the market spoke well for for him or benign con, I would be going be going that way. But I suppose on what we know. Now spread Scott would be there. The main pick here for me until more Kwan will be a great booking. None of you mentioned epic. Jay who did nothing really in winning Yarmuth. Put is a nine hundred thousand dollars, son. And so obviously. This. These quarter horses national is what's he going to be like here. Stuff nine hundred fifty thousand dollars per Phoenix. Power overhead limited. Spy, are you Sonoko after horse today were tell you. Ballydoyle? Brag about never liked Greg. Nate and go away by a new info. I remember when I was there. There was a two year old. You never got to roll nothing. He was eligible horse corn Queen. And I think they I think like the lads paid like four and a half million farm, and I don't think I saw him outside of his box. Once whatever it was. Whatever was wrong with tomato. No. I you said. At the time. And he the poor Fokker because he was because whatever injury he had. He was never a no doubt. It was like a death trap code into a horse a two year old who was that freight. Probably jumped in pay on the fucking. Looking at the four and a half million Kim this ours are. Remember new found land. Say again, do you? Remember new found land new film and. I do remember the horse. Yeah. But I I don't think I was in any of the ads using her go on anyway. Sorry. Reporting three million dollars related to top US dirt performer in grade one company, including Graveney half sister to the Belmont Stakes winner. Grimm far. Is currently standing at stowed somehow for five thousand dollars and. Yeah. It. Mental his sale. A few years. Actually, he was standing it. Still at back in two thousand ten. He had five goes at it. Five years of of been a happy chappy. And it looks like he's produced some good horses down in Chile. So I suspect that's that may be where he's residing notice. Yeah. Glad would you believe this of actually I got up to horse here. The horse was called the horse was called Olympic by dancing. You. Oh, hold on a second. He was two point five million. And he was he was the one that was the odds on favourite overnight when footsteps in the sand was twenty five and then. On the way, and he was by dens eek. Yeah. That's so memory. What is wrong? It was true point six million. Three point six million by danza. Yeah. He he was sent off favourite Spencer was on him and Scooby wrote footsteps in the sand. Kennedy back back into those. You could've bought him for five thousand dollars at the the November say Keeneland. He was not sold for five thousand dollars. Jeez. When he was a six year old lawyer who knows? Stop probably stop. Behind footsteps in the sand. He didn't run for one thousand days. It's my magin paying that money for all and stuff. Like that happens. Like, we did the job Rick see he made the American. That was the plan that was on a loan for details. That they will. I'd never seen anything like it up until up until that point three point six million dollars. Literally, it was back in the days when you could get stuck in at twenty five's, no problem. And then it all came tumbling three to one favored footsteps ended up going off. To think the footsteps in the sand only ever had three racecourse runs in the way. Yeah. I'm sure he had terrible terrible fees as well. Wouldn't have done. Don't case hit the best knees eater is that why he got injured because you didn't take enough stones off the gallops. Quite me. Quite potentially. I do. Remember, Jamie Spencer saying that the remember a quote from afterwards was like he he'd ridden them in the the group three. The killer volunteer, and he said that the world will be as always once we get good ground next year. And sure enough he did go on with you. But not what you in the back, Jamie. You were gone and Karen founding a command he chose footsteps Johnny Marta was onboard. Atari o obviously I backed our Arturo. And yeah. Down to field. We do Bobby down the field. Yeah. Our Atari would commend the enough superstar later in the season. Eclipse stakes a horse. Oh, that's trip down memory lane. He was another hall. This is where I learned about two year olds. And everything I remember when I was out there. That's on my ass when it lands. I said boy do they keep running oratorio and like he's a bad horse. I think it wouldn't stay Jerry was running every two weeks. I wanted to be goes she'll go to so he's not gonna make it through your old at all. That would be the Irish champion stakes waiting. There you go the eclipse and Darby bsing motivator was the Darby when repeat him in the eclipse, and then beat him again in the champion stakes. Oh, what a horse. He ended up down in South Africa. Did he is it? Good is a good sire. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think he might be dead. But see he was down for sure. Yeah. No. He might not be could be wrong. But we're down there for quite a while the at the time there warrant to huge amounts of two group one winning juvenile's by Danehill, which is the reason that Holy Roman Emperor replaced, George Washington, it's still because he was one. So yeah, I'm sorry to hear that. That's the case. But. I did try and find him you find out and I have to say quote enjoy that trip down memory lane on Saturday. We've got the gladness stakes over seven furlongs, and we also have a possible return. No, this is we are playing guesswork here. Twenty three on Thursday flag of owner Latrobe who's been alright for his. Has a poor magical. All hold entries success as as well. In the alleged stakes. A million they'll run but RIC so you can take it you can lead. There's Kev goes off and does some background workforce. So I know I don't I tried to kill him there. I don't think he's dead. Breaking news. A juvenile couldn't. And and Blake just tried it on the podcast failed. And he's still a superstar. And we recommend that you take your mayor ignored the quarantine issues down to South Africa and breach oratory. Oh. Mike takhar? It's a sad sight when might the caucus haven't hundred two shots on World Cup nights sorted out said Africa, please because there's just some top laceration when everything goes rise, so Roman ice cave. Classic unrest. Here. Are we going to see him back at the weekend? I think that's the chest. Your that's the chess. It. He's kind of he's on a small bit of retrieve a mission this season because he he did what he did at the car boat. He didn't repeat it afterwards. No kiss and needs to show that he is a group one performer, and he'll come in here, you know, giving wage way to to a fair few of these. And it's it's a tough ask. And he's going to have some good opposition against the my suspect. I would say this trip and ground. We'll sued from I'd say by the time we get to race day. We'll have nice just a little bit uneasy side of good an suit Ceuta renew. Adam come a MAC to seven won't be a Potter atoll to him. I'd say so it'd be interesting to see how he goes in terms of what stare against them. I think liberal Ito's guns around here. I thrown for Aidan O'Brien, fascinating horse won the jersey stakes a couple of years ago and has largely been aftermath since then, and it'd be interesting to see how he stacks up in terms of trip and everything else. I suspect they'll try and make them a Meyer Bush there. I don't think there's any question about the pacy has so this'll be an interesting starting point for him on him for second. Just because I know you've spoken to a few. Did the excellent stable tour for authorities dot com. Which if you have not read read it, it's fantastic. This is the worst beat spirit of valor. Who he had to come from? The worst possible position of ask out. There was definitely attract bias that day. He had to come up the center, we'll spirit of Eller had the rail and he just about managed to do it. Yeah. Bollocks India stole my you stole my smart cars in about that Paul. You're starting sorry. Do you? Huge place believable. Unbelievable. It was spectacular performance. And we didn't get to see him again on till last year for one performance. He's five years of age and he's only got five career runs to his name. So what are we what's this story with this source? What's the thinking with the plan for him this season? They're trying to make him a sire. He's by a Uni who's you know, one of the best SARS and France at the medicine, you know, hue very very commercially successful. So on a pivotal, and I'd say cool more remote to stand. Asana see Uni just to have something a small bit different there. And that's what the thinking is. I'd imagine if they could win a group one was he'd be a very commercial sire prospect and indefinite beat a hope it imagine for the season. An absolutely huge trainer will lift as well. Oh, yeah. Must've fair because five wouldn't have been in the the best of form. Time liver veto was rocking around. And do you. Remember, those those shown yards had all sorts of trouble there for a couple of seasons. So it what you said jets. But it might not be the maddest thing you've ever said. Because the seventeen have particular problems winning in two thousand seventeen. Yeah. I know I know he came off the track after ROY Lasca. But yeah, maybe that was the beginning of the Rouget lost a couple of horses. Basically all of them. Did they all they'll lost at least a few shocking? Was that bad? But they it was pretty bad Rusia certainly did Rouget certainly did. It was awful. So. Yeah. This hopefully, he can he can get back on full Sahlin in. No better hands, I presume Megan speaks French in. No, better hands to be able to go and. She succeed Aiden speaks to horses. Black exactly exactly. Oh, and just before we let her on to the rest the Nacer. I missed my chance to give my nap for Newbury. In the spring cope. Double back to that at the end. But yeah, go tell us now. Go for poets. He's twenty five to one. I fancied him at Doncaster there on the first day of turf in in the spring mile and the ground just dried up too much on them. Any round very well. He didn't get the of. He wasn't beaten all that fire. And forget the exact statistic was something Nike's one. He's won seven times in his life and five of those wins came in April. I think you know, he's a horse that just comes to life. The season comes forward. Very well. I was dare Don Costra, and I looked at him, and you wouldn't have I was kind of a given his record that time of year is expected to look, greedy forward and ready to roll. But he didn't read three honesty was quite hairy still what he shaped quite. Well, I'd say it could well come forward from that and easing the ground is reading parked which you get here. And I I wouldn't be too sure about the draw. He's drawn twenty seven. I think he's definitely handicaps to go. Well, this his time of year, and hopefully there's just a little bit of pace around him out there because he's a whole apar-. So. In front of my daily, but I could see him run on very very well for the ever improving unprogressive in David Egan. That's the twenty two one taken. Couldn't get the twenty twenties. So. Getting back to this race. Then at at nice good old smash Williams. I'm going all the way ain't nobody. Six six years of age anything else gives three standing out for you in this opening race that we're talking about the the gladness. No, I think those the main ones imaging would probably run, but he's a horse. I think like three fair he was was go to those comeback and efforts down. But I always got the impression having this. He'd be he has very best when the ground is is testing more testing than it'll be on Saturday. You know, he just he has more on his plate. Now, the had on on his cO MAC, and the hurt sakes a well as his horses in mighty for. Fair to be fair to him. So you couldn't be dismissing them much. I just at this level. I must say if he if he was going to beat the type of class of horses taken on here. It might just need it to be but softer by grab wise, obviously, four longtime listeners to the final furlong podcast. It was the thirtieth of August. Twentieth. Eighteen when the joke I began. No, Rick see ran tonight, a temporary nonren- Tipperary because you long gold ferry run. So if you if you listen to that specific podcasts Rick Ricky tipped about six horses for weekend. And I think about five of them had Ronan Tipperary the previous evening indus- weren't going to be around. That sounds like an exaggeration. I'm telling you, that's an awesome exaggerate. Was the podcast of all podcast. Anything else takes your fancy their cave. It particular race. Never might make his comeback. There needs the ground that dry out. I'd say it'd probably run their looking look up against that against the big horses. And he's only three year old. It would be a good starting point for a man would give us an idea of where he's going to slide and he's raised the hundred three. So he needs to kind of tell everyone involved, right? I'm going to be a classic contender or I'm not and you need a different plan. So this will give us some some new evidence. Try and make. What do you make those? No new. No, no name nevers kept. You think they can step forward? Three. Interesting to see now shirts the obvious question. Mark about them. He had. An absolutely electric stash last season, which Renault himself. He was an electric two year old. To be fair. He did train on. One very close in a in a was the Breeders Cup Turf spreads or something like that. But they're big scope horses in the main. Tony's never is a big boy and. Jio seen a lot of his yearlings in two year olds they're in the last couple of years, a lot of them would share common ground in terms of physical scope. So if you if you knew nothing about them, and you just stood up in front of the all these horses he'd say, oh, absolutely, no doubt. But on Sunday go and do it. You never know never know more has certainly been leading the way for him. So far looks in lovely horse that has progressed from two to three. So you have to be very hopeful. You know, what a waste I I'd be cautious of making air judgments on a question like that. Because. Isn't. There is go on. Yeah. Isn't there a no cliche out there? But the two thousand Guineas been the last two year old race. Yeah. In terms of what is meant by that is that, you know, the really precocious types can sometimes getaway wishes in the Guinea, but then they got kinda got found out later in the season. So it'd be a question you, I wouldn't be kind of making a a kind of a solid confusion on until July time after Oscar probably both to briefly on Sierra question. Yeah. It'd be pretty hope for that'd be fine. Okay. Anything there for you know, that look at that's really tough race to get a hold of know that's gale gale notebook could be out there. I'll be I'd be like your mind in Michael Collins that mean that goes around with take notes. Brawley. Yeah. That'd be. It'd be me this rings. Can we change it? Can we change it for Michael Collins to the wire and stringer bell where he goes up to the guy and he says? Is you taking notes at a criminal Fook and conspiracy. That's a bit more like it. It was even more colorful language in that puts you can't be said so flag of honor. Latrobe magical, basically a load of superstars are all entered for the weekend. Saturday four thirty five the alleged stakes race that cool more targeted quite a few times down the years can Blake our good friend. Ralph Beckett only seasons ago and Dermer Wednesday. The on a two. And of course, these sources are absolutely. And he does have has a poor here. So what's your thoughts on this is Joseph going to unleash Latrobe? Yeah. That's the plan at the medicine originally he was going to come back into Moore's birds Aaron about him on Foote's as kind of really pleasing everyone. He's more forward than he was expected to be. So it looks like you start off here. Instead and interesting rematch would flag of honor for the ledger over half a mile further both of them carrying group on penalties. You know, this is a profit race repair. Isn't it? You know, it's one of those that you'd have some Sears players on pay for each. And every one of the, you know, it's a starting point. So you just have to bear in mind when you when you're assessing us, but the trouble is like, I know history may well judge this. I it was it was a serious efforts to get him to win a group on because what he did in his subsequent starts would put, you know, a notch below group one standard. I think that's probably fair to say both. You would say he is a horse would would plenty of physical scope, and you'll be hopeful that he could take a step four from three to four and he was often his travels there at the back end than it. It's it's funny like sometimes a horse head novenas travelers like that can really make amount of a horse, and then they come forward from. So it'd be fascinating to see what he's like, I'm this season trip wise, like I know he was kind of getting a bit of stick last year for being slow, but I don't I never taught he wants to be honest. I think you'll be kind of finding a ten twelve. He ran very very well done in Donut. Flemington I'll be in a substandard group on surprise surprise, not stray Lia, Iran. Very well kinda got squeezed out at the stars just made things really tough for the horse. The beat him pretty much made all kind of got the jump on them. So it was a real killer to in in terms of positioning there, and he made a really big effort. I taught to go. So says he dates, and it was, you know, Hong Kong was just probably end of a long season didn't really go Quicken Loans. And and that was that. Look what he did in the Darabi. You can pick holds an you know, he he was he was very well positioned as the race went Bush. He stood had to go and beat roster pro, but was a good solid horse. So hopefully in neither bring his farm forward, probably three or four pounds five pounds, maybe to be competitive and open group on this. But look this to be an ice their point. Hopefully, you're on very well. Flag of honor KBC gonna run as well. I got her. He will. Book your trip will be short of his best clearly jed, stocking point keep an eye on them with a view to the future and magical. I don't know. I I don't know to be honest, if she's going to go or not, but you'd be excited about magical, you know, she's on expose over mile and a half her three rolls over dot trip. Raw very good at the back end of last season. You know on the back, oh was a far from ideal preparation. So. I'd be sweet enough. Imagine it prospects over mine the half the season. But again starting point lions don't go lashing in sharp prices because if won't be all about Saturday. It'll be about the future. You know? Certainly I think the tempest does go as mentioned as a possible for her. That's been mentioned a few. That's been mentioned a few. Sources. So it's probably the ideal starting point for for lack of owner who they seem to be quite determined to try over ten and twelve lungs as Capri goes down. The stairs roots Ricky. Yeah. Look for me. I think just race obviously going to be run over over ten furlongs think. But that being the case. No, I think that probably with the penalties. It's gonna make a toll for flight honor on literal, especially flag of honor, you know, with Dr not just harsh. Whether it's horses are in such good form, boss. We go back to the Darabi last year. You know, how's it poor property shapes? Just as well as anything in the dire ball Massar and kind of really really confirmed them south. There's a ten furlough horse. And then obviously came back then six weeks later Leopardstown, and he was beaten at eight to thirteen behind rocks and wasn't seen again key. Look something was clearly most must've being clearly missed within that day. Maybe the Diaby Ron completely flattened them. And Dharma webs who wasn't known for his patients now. Just said look we gonna stay in training next year, we pull the plug with a now I'd be keen to see Cecilio. He goes this year. I be I'll be giving them another chance. And given this race is over ten and he's got that little touchy class. If it whilst the habit, bashed here. Dependent on the price. I don't think we have prices there. I'd be looking at has a poor. Yeah. No prices as of yet pop quiz hotshot on this is to both of you. I answer gets brownie points. How many times Aidan O'Brien won this race in the last ten years? From the affairs. Hugh, George widow Coppola it three or four. I will go seven Cam lick. Six once. Sure. Sorry. No. I'm thinking of Vintage Crop one of my oh my gosh. Just the once and that was last year with Capri. Pedigree corner continues after a stroll down memory lane. Kevin Blake do you wanna take us through the two maidens one fifteen to twenty? Yeah. The one fifty is a winter's race. And it's interesting that Mike locale and has red epaulettes the one the the first two year old race race. It was pretty impressive doing now. It's a he'll take fair in under his penalty. But there's a few interesting ones in there. There's a move Harar. I think for Tommy's fuzzy stack. Sorry, he's only hides I think one runner in England so far he's a super exciting ours. I should say. V very sweet on him and he can do to series. He's really exciting. And then that'd be the first ones to run in Ireland. So we'll keep an eye on him. Make believe has a Representative there. I think this could potentially be his saris. Oh, sorry is wonder owner as well. And queen's road, he's an interesting horse. The thanks on Maske was trying the France. I was quite quite a smart horse. And they've started a sounding in Lynch. So we'll keep an eye on him as well for sure and an Aden's nice ones are starting to come out. Egypt the first runner for American Farrell in Europe for sure. Yeah. Was answered up. I think I think this might have been answered up but the dog and it could be wrong. It changed the horse's name since then even I think the harsh might have had a name change. They've spelled Egypt's wrong. Anyway, happen they as outta. I think that's a database. Correct. Yeah. I saw it misspelled, but I don't think I was correct. The misspelling was was wrong. Yeah. Horse costs three quarters of a million dollars out of a out of a mayor the aid no called up daughter Galileo that was a very pretty smart performer firm a few years ago might have been a group to winter. And so yeah, the American Farrell won't have loads in in Europe. At imagine Joseph has has a fairly and I'm sure eight and probably has a few as well. And fascinate me see how they go. And there's Jim Bolger has has a son of fracture there and frac is probably best known as the sire of smash Williams but had Jim took him on their few years ago. I I think there's a story. I think join a gym sires might have got the second season any needed a replacement, then he he got Frasca into covert quite a few gyms mayors, and I think they're all two year olds now, so you'll see quite a few of them. I suspect this season run in for Jim. And if you if you are fronts, there's you'd expect this is all of the winners race. I sure looked this. These winners races are tend to be weird. I ask clues tend to come out of if at epi left. Carried a penalty. You'll be getting off about him now, but equally if one of Aden's can komo's first time and beat her up. He left with no experienced than the can be getting ready with them. So I I love these races. I think they're always renewed interest from the ground grounds. We lovely two year olds just slightly on the easy side of gold. And and yeah, that'd be wonderful Skype. Plus audiotape recorder if you still have one imagine. And if you don't you can just do an LeBron's assistant did paulie, which is right. The instructions on the wall to watch it. There we go. Thanks. Hey camp. Sorry to corker Assyria there. That's that's my first one. Yeah. Being been a very dry winter. And not quite lawyer. Is there any feeling the horses in general are a little bit more forward around the country or with aid Narva Jolson far has it? Indeed hasn't had any effect at all really knows made it much easier for moon from a point of view grass. A lot of them would have been on the grass now whereas last season. It was very difficult to get on the grass in the springtime. So it was so wet. So I'd say they're definitely more forward kind of a cool there for a few weeks ago. This might a setback if you in general, let's say they're there as a nationwide launch, Debbie definitely ahead of where ahead of the average in terms of Minnesota. Okay. Yeah. I think that's I think that's correct. I think this of. Monica Vija, I think was named Horus bird. That's it. Change that just kind of slightly. There's not unusual for names. Normally, it's a. If they give one if he wanted to give one a better name. But yeah, I think this this horse was originally entered under the name Horus bird. That's the one and and that was his Monica Egypt's. So so there you go. Just like unusual one. Yeah. That's that means we're going to be taking just a little bit more. More of an interest in this. Runs into Peter Brown colours. He's really come back into the game hired there in recent years, white Birch farm, you would have seen them by heap. Sahara's for a lot of money being involved in the game forever now. But just wasn't as active as Radi comeback would abandon has colors here. You know in representing that was that is now one hundred percent confirmed he was entered in the opening maiden at Dundalk in early April. And it was indeed Horus bird for Peter brunt. But no, Monica Vija. So we shall see. Vote. You Monica eater. Egypt. Sounds like he can run faster. Yes. Yes. He bird Monica v. Gypped American Phero. It all ties in we should basically be lumping on for the Coventry right now or is one of the most significant Egyptian detainees. Sodas. There's coerce spurred Horace. Berg is was a fair. Oh, there you go. Egyptian pharaoh back in back in the hell had a very short reign between the first and second Dennis these of Egypt's. There you go. She may be it sounds like he's running a bit slower at home. I know this just watch old episodes of Stargate s one when they particularly went with Egyptian mythology, and it'll all come back to you. That's that's only you to do. That's your lesson for today podcast this move on. Yeah. There is one horse. I will mention here, and that's main warrior, okay? So Ming runs. The local. Chinese restaurant in. If this is your home. Familiar with me? Oh, absolutely. Across the road. Volki use. Yeah. A little bit further down the credit. Yeah. Yeah. Stuff. All right. Zi Ming for years. I'll tell him you're asking for him to tell you what he's good. But he's cool. There's nothing quite like pather burger. Curry chips cheeseburger from the kudos, and I guarantee you people know who I'm talking about. Hackensack with that better burger actually batter burgers. Battered, sausage, better burger, send a picture of two friend of mine one day and. From one day as it. He she sent me. A what's up back saying moment on the lips lifetime in the coal? Here. Bus bus bus, can can you scrape off so grease off the top of the grill. They're just display across it. I liked the flavor. It's good and so much soul to vinegar and the chips chips. Best chips. You can get the the second maiden Kevin the two twenty anything of the first ones winners Rhys. Holidays the made then Kevin anything. There's a fair few double enter now does a fair few days double entered the second one is part of the four neck wine EDF auction series, which is absolutely brilliant. A series of maidens there that are set hope confined to horses that are made less than a certain amount at auction. This particular one is horses are sold for far he as grand or less, that's yours. So there's a brilliant brilliant scheme. Big very fond of us. Because it's gives what anyone basically chancer on the maiden without fear taken on the derail blue bloods, and the come from that the Kumo operations and Judd Mont, and those other ones they've been it's been a huge success story in Irish racing in the last couple of years they've expanded that again this year, you get her little allowance for there's stages of prices. So the less you the the yearling the two year old costs the more of an allowance you get so, it's brilliant. I love these games because it gets trainers really thinking, you know, to go looking for value at the sales at the lower end of the Mark it stimulates activity at the lower end of the America which reading needs help along this in the current market climate. So I I love the series code the speak highly offered about us big shoutout to the foreign zek wine who supporters. And the more, please. I love these racists could could do more of them. Absolutely anything that stands out for you in the race card. And no affair few with the more. I catching one's we've probably does. But them in torture race. So yeah, I think we can we can move on move on a see anything, you know, nothing. Just we'll have the l the L notebook out. That would be at really. Yep. Definitely a race to be watching out for both of them. And of course, the two that we featured anything else over the weekend. Peaks your interest. I think so to be honest. No, no, no. If these weekends. Cool code flat race, and you know, young horses coming through new evidence coming out your ears. It's just it's a great time of year. Can we get this, right? Hashtag new evidence. So that it's. I just wish there was more hours in the day to spend more time looking. Lovely. Well, I can tell you after you got the information about Horace Bork bird that the monarchs of the Muhammad Ali dynasty reigned over Egypt from eighteen oh five to nineteen Fifty-three. The rule also extended to sedan throughout much of this period. Muhammad Ali had a forty three year reign the longest in the history of modern Egypt. George foreman. This legend. Kevin has pictures of Muhammad Ali all over house seriously massive. All right. Best bets, folks. Best bets. I'm going to go with Gulf of poets in the spring Cup at Newbury. Okay. And you can get twenty s at least somewhere on twenty five. Five. Declan Rix, your best bet Sma friend. I think secret investor in the future champion novices chase at air. I think Damer as far as opposed to talk about that. But Kennedy messed up thrown in order wins. Right on. Tell us all about it. Cottoned onto what the crack is with this horses. Now, I think if you don't over two and a half miles you needs to go out and people to make the Ronin. So I think air that will suit him. And if it turns into a kind of more stamina test where you can sit just in behind the lawsuit from as well, so yeah, he would he would probably be that that the nap for me. I would imagine with vindication. Taking them on. I don't know if indications going to run nail boss. You're bitter fellow Rick see now, you're a bitter feather the Knicks going against the Xhosa bitterness. Now, that's all your. Chuck dope. Everything's don't. Yeah. I should not chalking up system. Dear people to getting an often horn. Chooser your voice over. Hearing let you left you at the altar. Map comes in. It's not going to matter. Hello each way for me in the Scottish Champion Hurdle. That'll do it. We're back on Monday to review the weekends racing until then from Declan Rix. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. What we were given our best bets for the goal. For. I like the way you think that there's a rolling order so sports this weekend. There is the skysports masters for the US masters. It's all US masters all of the time. There was some big bookmakers were paying ten places or those were playing seven. So how many swings at the masters? Did you take receipt? I've had I've had three swings. Okay. How many did you take? Just just just just like when you're paying for Reeler exceed. What about you? How many how many? Community games medal open Muslim he wants. No, did you. I'll tell you what brief sidetrack because nyc money Irish people I too have sweet memories of MAs Nieto. I played rope there as a child, but I was driving past their only two weekends ago up dot naked was on the way today tone. Now, we saw a Seinfeld cycle on over. We'll see what. We'll see what Muslims nyc. Jeez ads. It's not like it was. So we couldn't get in. It's been a center for for immigrants there for ten years. That's a monthly John in. So you can't get into front gate. They don't let you and I couldn't go in and get an boost the you can only you can only get up to the front gate turn around and go back again. He's gone. Yeah. Yeah. There was all the memories there jumping off the train and skipping. Notre to fields up the shall as our stop in bars into this cul stay, if you're lucky if you're lucky. Well, it wasn't a great for you. I didn't have a childhood where we had enough money. If you go to Muslims, Becky. No, you didn't have a childhood where you're Atlantic enough to earn your way up there. No didn't have the money to go. Was it for free because we were athletes. Professional athletes at the age of ten. We're fair stuck for people if they're paying to go there. Right. So how many swings pastors have you had kid? It's nearly twenty years. They've the Muslim has been do not job. God closed. Oh, yeah. Floor last season for Mosley was two thousand there you go. What would be the equivalent in the UK booklets? It was a real hope. It's it's funny. I own up about this recently. Because the both of them was obviously, a British company and they set it off, right? The Catholic church did like the Catholic church for all against these English rentals. Culminated set up camps holiday comes no less. This was in the late nineteen forties and the boatlift bite the butlers. Let's put up a church in the middle of the thick. And how did they come? So did the sort of the Catholic church. We'll play ball. Like, I am Catholic. But the Catholic church rules of this country with an iron fist for Saul back-back as good God. Absolutely frightening churches, that's one of the few things you can see from the gay his the church. Even even the nineties. It was still the Catholic church is running everything. But I think they basically they sold it to an Irish company and in the eighties. I think it kind of. There you go. Team last week with the put when people are trying to kiss, the pope's. The poor, man. Fairness. Somebody who's coming up to you Ricky and trying to kiss your hand you be desperately region for the giving me that lotion quick. They're paying the hell of off. Thanks for you. I'm not the poll play. No. But you're Tipper of winners. And so people would spot you racists into co Don Ricky, and we'd just bent on one knee and try to try to. Wants to kiss my hand at the race and get down on any or Morton with. Just as long as there's pure Royal kill Pius, pure, I'll nearby so back on track to the this has been very random random podcast back back on track to the masters. Three swings for Rick. See how many swings for you? One bullet bang bang. And. Montgomery. He's got great. Don't watch for a price. And I couldn't find one. I actually Mandi. I actually wouldn't be surprised if you've called Blake bet whoever it is runs that account. I'm gonna oh we'll go sixty six to, sir. And there's every chance that Monte will leave the sky studio. The thing about Rickie Fowler. Rickie fowler. Never captained a team to win the European Cup. And that's why he doesn't have them into while. I didn't win a major. I've won. I've won. I think you'll know and you'll have seen it on sky masters majors. And that's what's wrong with with Ricky Fowler. Is you have to have the mentality of a writer Cup winner. And he's not one as as a captain. You know, I I won the Ryder Cup as a Kennedy still does he still coming? Yeah. Yeah. We got the closest thing for you. Because Fiji sings flames. On. Yeah. Brilliant. Soccer scene. I do. I do get reminded of the brilliant wanker -ness of of Cottam Montgomery by dark. Monte, pat. All right. All credit to poetry Carrington credit to you know, I if I'd have put that as well. I mean, I'd have made that put in and one those team pretty Chopin's back toback, but all all credit to Potocari. I would have done the same thing. Monte Rick see who are your three right force when the angriest man from Spain, John Rehm. Global? The other one is Ricky failure. Because he's now going out with an unbelievable part. He's. He's he's in the perfect spot in his life. At the the confidence games gonna break. Voodoo? For every over major. Bryce on bowl. Here you go. Have you seen moneyball? Genius. Money money. Lovely. That's a thing in Ireland. There is Barack Obama plaza. His ancestors are from the north. And he went there very quickly. We'll go watch that film read the book battery, and it's very. Remember? Earned the book. But just talking about Ricky Fowler is there. This. The baseball scouts back in the day. They used to kind of look at the perspective players girlfriends. This niche. Cut a hole that's kind of the whole point to the thing that they're scouting based on field. And what are the things that they had was his girlfriend's only a six most accents confidence. That's. Like do not remember that. As horrible. Anyway. Read the book booklets never read the book, just wait for the movie. You don't have to wait for it. It's an Oscar nominated film this node for years, you go watch it. Thank. Whenever approved you your level Wales. Tricks. Mike, you tell you that I have had one. The masters just the one swing and it's a man whose life is turned around by the relationship that he's in. He's life completely turned around with the new love of his life, and he won this competition two years ago, and he's going to win it again currently tied for ninth after three Sergio Garcia. Sergio. Who's his relationship with you, married? An American TV presenter. Okay. Okay. I thought you were going down the road. He's found Jesus. I felt that was the way you're going. No. No, no. For the Gulf gem. I think I remember correctly as the. Game of thrones us back. So yes. Atlantic. Kevin. Will you be staying up all night to watch it to wrecked in the feed from HBO? No, no, no. I'll avoid spoilers and watch it. I'm staying up to watch it that way, I can go back on on Twitter. But also I have to cover it for red FM. We're going to we're going to do a big discussion about I'm going to have to cover for rid of him and for UK station as well. Stout. Here. Pierce gear calling his find the arrives. As the movie on the back burner that he's going to be on TV show. TV show coming myself, Prindiville and cure revenues just talking about game of thrones over and over and over again. So I'm going to after as soon as this is edited in life. I'm going to watch the most epic game of thrones battles. And then just. Good look at it doesn't take away. What's your favorite game of thrones episode, Kev? I wouldn't be holding me one for remembrance specifics. Like that the one where it's over. See directly are Wales in Wrexham. Rexy you could watch it. Rice, go on. There is also the return of line of duty. Which if you're in the UK you can catch up on the BBC. I player if you haven't done. So yet it's going episode three of season six on Sunday nights. It is superb. Have you watched a cave? No, no, no. Tell you what I'll tell you when I'm watching and cheese a marine. Join us it's for on season. Three now billion status. Great you great. I really enjoyed really enjoyed. I haven't seen season three yet. And I think season. It's very it's very. Yeah. I'm watching the victim ABC one. The longest. Oh god. We we've known for a long long time that there's no such thing is just one each Star Trek discovery. Fantastic obsolete. Brennan. If you could do if you didn't watch television Gandhi, I'm doing an opposite is. I'm just looking here at some of the favorite failure. Millionaire. Maybe. The Lou train battle. If you're only going to watch game of thrones. In terms of not really sure go on YouTube, right? I'm typing the Luke's L O T dilute train battle full game of thrones. And you will be hooked straightaway. That's all I'm saying watch that watch it in full even with all its core. And you'll be hooked line of duty is absolutely Burling comeback season. What the whole thing? Towing the door looking to get out there. Billions is superb I suggest that you walk that afterwards. But it's all about game of thrones. And the victim on the BBC. That's it from. Z? You bet from can Blake. And for me and Kennedy the very best of luck to game of thrones of the weekend. 'cause they don't give it down to see Jesse you on Monday. God bless. Have you downloaded the free out the races up yet with easy to use race cards inform expert daily tips, plus video replays, an inept vetting the app and no racing fans. Phone should be without available for free on your iphone or Android mobile. Visit at the racist dot com forward slash app. For more details.

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Men in Blazers 11/13/18

Men In Blazers

1:01:33 hr | 1 year ago

Men in Blazers 11/13/18

"This is Rebecca Lowe will Rebecca if you listen to sub optimal radio, and you on this thing to men in blazers on the NBC sports network. In the embassy row studios in the crap on a SoHo from the kitchen counter Roach, Los Angeles, California, so many blazes focused just any men in places focused per day on which we have been just returned from Blighty. And I'm still quivering because we're together I together Evan, you know, history from the isle of birth. Great Britain, we've been to games in the oh, we've been to Pamplona we've been to Russia, but we have never until this weekend ever come to primarily game together. And I say the whole weekend. I'm just going to speak for myself because I don't like to don't like to fish complements. The for me. It was tantric. That look on your face the whole time. I love I love. I love the island Albie and blessed. Alvian we went with visit Britain to shoot, you know, a lot of experiences, but we certainly flew over. It was a primer league. Without a doubt. It was a historical pilgrimage is a food pilgrimages cultural Bilgoraj, we took in two games went south of the river Roach manner. Your manner your gaffe alum number of Croydon. We went to Crystal Palace for feisty affair against Tottenham Hotspur game two very good game. Then then we went to the biggest game in world football L, blaze Erico, Chelsea versus Everton which ended after are somewhat defer ended all fair in love and war. And even mil mil I'll tell you. It was the best result possible for relationship, and you've got to pick boy point roads. We'll give the football in a moment. I was braced for the worst listeners to this podcast will not be surprised to know. But we'll say Premier League we can with the Dave my friend in life and import. Truly book list. It really was on the field as you said, it wasn't just the football. It was the history the sites the experiences the food the food. I mean, I l Dave ale and proper historic London ale house. It was life goals. It was life goals. It's called an AOL house genuinely that's Larry, sadly when it call that was disappointed to find out. The house itself was not made available which let me put my pay. For my pepper on that love, and you. It was amazing. My would we did stay in an amazing talk of buildings not made availed that hotel we stayed in was fantastic in Russell square terra cotta, beautiful higher ceilings of any hotel room ever stayed in Roach, amazing, amazing stuff, and you frankly, ate half of London. I watched you mercilessly attack. At least a dozen pies you assaulted south London's finest jerk chicken shack, you inhale the northeast worth of fried, fish and chips, Roach and assault due to that curry house. That was that was not PG rated. Let's say I think I made lift to it. They put the greasy spoon cafe which kicked off I much day. But this could not say more about us. We we're going to our first ever together. We had a mooning to kill. I decided to go to a greasy spoon. Cafe while you had to Antony Joshua's, Jim, by the way. I also by the way, another twenty years. I went to the monocle cafe. On Chilton street, and I had my had Bisham usually it was very very different than you. Little bit different tomorrow into regency. Cafe. I light the art deco, you should do glit- listeners anyone going to learn is the last of a dying breed of just how to describe it taika classic British calf classic British calf. I'm the full English breakfast, the black pudding and the spotted day. Honestly, I was there. Just surrounded at seven AM the places already packed and I can't eat less at dash. It was more like just shopping a bedrock of British democracy into my mouth. What was your hotline? Like, I was thinking about London is so many my favorite streets are in London. You know, went down to Blackie. So my dad tranquil Vale south rose in my favorite streets and south on the Morton road distri grew up on walk down new bond street, Raj love that place. Burlington, arcade Piccadilly, but my favorite street in London has become over the years Malabar street. It's actually where Anthony Joshua's Jim is on multiple street and the multiple cafe. And the Chilton firehouse my favorite hotel in London. But. Down that street down Chilton street, and I took producer j w they're looking the we actually had full seasons within thirty minutes there with j w rain we had hail we had sunshine, spring weather. We had wet leaves all the stuff in the sun was rising and that street it just has everything's right around the corner from the Royal College of music wrote. So they have like specialist saxophone stores and clarinet stores and places where you can go and get the finest Bongos percussion in London all of the various instruments have their own stores as a dashing new tweet. Shop called dashing tweeds modern tweet you love that and just like tiny little hardware stores. It's like everything you could possibly want on one St. I love it. I also by the white Birch I loved visit to the Taylor, Catherine Staples and the first ever female bespoke tailor in the history the two hundred and eighteen year history of Savile row, and she's got her own Samur. Oh house. She was amazing Roach is still unleashing eighteen thousand three. I think several ripe whom of the tuxedo where that was first invented. It's taken this. Long for a woman. She more than a Taylor. She's a trailblazer. Chicago tweed tweed named after talk to a briefly said you should do it tweet together. I felt suddenly so shy. Didn't know what to say. It's a tweet together. And I felt like a little boy again who me make it tweet. I would die. I would die to make tweed, and I do at left to guess couple of suits made there to be candidate for me the highlight. It was visit. And this will not surprise, and Yvonne de listeners have recommended this place to so many GOP's who are headed for Premier League weekends of of visit to the church hill four rooms that those to the underground the center built deep Belay Westminster from which Winston Cup of war cabinet mounted the finest defense in British history. One of the fines defense is in history history during the battle of Britain and the blitz London was game bombed to Smith. Greene's above them. And we were able to go this time behind the glass, we went into the mat rooms and into the cabinet room. We're able to kind of walk into history to experience that defining moment of everything that we were taught as a school kids, and we're able to touch Churchill's chair in the cabinet room and close the scratches on the OEMs where scraped away during imagining what some of the most stressful meetings ever held in in British history was gonna make terrible decisions to be made. And he'd scraped away. The varnish off the arms with his wedding ring resolu- on the outside by reflection of the deep nerves and anxiety. Even he fell on the inside, which to me made infill even more real remarkable human. That was amazing. I also loved visiting the area right outside palaces ground on Saturday. It's always a shot to Americans when they go over doing that so many of the stadiums. In fact, nearly all of them a Bill in the middle of sort of just regular streets where regular people. Live Bill out of towns by some industrial park there. They're right there in the middle of all of those terraced Victorian at audion houses and the area right outside palaces ground in south London, this incredible area within a ten square mile area. Roach, a massive percentage of the youngest talent in British football, a rule growing up they call it concrete Catalonia right being dub that one of the British football writers, buddy Renate. Yeah. Because of the number of league football is that this areas producing, you know, Joe Gomez, Ruben Loftus cheap. Ben Watson, Jordan Nathaniel Klein at your boy at a modal, look victimizes, and none of them Wilfred Saja hell, and we actually went to his house Roach, which is so close to the palace crowned is mind blowing. It's amazing area an immigrant rich area. Pulse. Eight of energy and street football. They collect golden square Tellem and that has house eleven of his family sleeping in three. Rooms is school was two blocks away the seller's part floodlights actually loom over his front door economics reach out and touch. You a sense of is world when he moved there in the Ivory Coast age for how tiniest world were. And how big is dream probably were. I mean, it must have been massive. And he made them real to become arguably, I think the most lucrative Lifton. If there's someone who is more local like a block away from the gym which plays into the most Lukoil Premier League star of all time. Football was amazing the pre much as the Pri Pri much bears. We went Polly's went to the poor arms Porsche domes. Just a you loved it. It was like what we did discuss vintage polish purp- you wanted to buy all up of move it to America, David. I mean, it's a perfect. Southland. Hobbies like somebody pumps. I grew up drinking way too. Young roach. Phenomenal windows say in green light from the nineteen seventies green stick as you said the police it's gonna proper square bar in the middle of the room. So that sort of three sixty around the bar is where you is where your drink. We need to buy a move move. Or we need to replicate here in Britain. Fadi carpet, get proper English football boozer, and we sat there with a new friend a sixty five year old palace fan of former mauled told us about I love my football east, essentially, go as I understood it used to go for the fight to gauge the rockers down in Brighton. And he he started tell us about it called fight rows. I had to row a great amazing euphemism. He took his first route. And I couldn't quite understand the full story. But it began the as follows in my memory goes just turned fourteen. My wife was thirteen my mind. Just didn't get any further. David. I love that whole experience down south London. I also love how much you loved south London Roach because you've always been a little bit suspicious of London. But I felt like I really got to doctrine it. You're literally what makes Athlon so special the north the north in San London. It's Liverpool of London. It's a livable of London. I love how everyone keeps using a phrase. In south London. Thanks ever so much ever some ops. Frightfully sorry. Thanks episode. Much much. You love. Well, it's just it's just too many words Roach. It's an unnecessary. Use of words, it's not fictitious, and it harkens back to a very very different. Dave and the language was just different silent warm roaches. It's warm. Thank you so much. It's like it implies a level. Evidently, some of you are just level. Those kind of things it is warm. Another reason Liverpool and Crystal Palace reminded me a lot of the north. It's such a warm club top to bottom from the fans we met to the backroom staff at Selhurst. Parlor, Tony Juba takes all the whole experience was an absolute delight. I'm not boasting. But we met Kayla the eagle. Real life. Telepathy. We were blown away really blown away. Many of you listening will know we're talking about eight by the share number of American Premier League fans who made the trip over just like us. I mean, we all weekend we met dozens and dozens of Americans from all over this country, many talked about how they haven't heard the primarily even like five years ago, but a full and so fast and hard just crave. The opportunity to savor it together often with their loved ones that I partner that best mate large groups going over just to save writ live and in person. Southland was genuinely genuinely crawling with Americans. Yeah. I think a lot of Americans go to almost end up Palestine state because is slightly easier. Ticket to get tickets, awesome and taught them and Chelsea. But I tell you so many American Mutual's end up supporting Tottenham, I could make a much better case for an American neutral to support Crystal Palace, quite a minute. The else rose they play. In red and blue. So if you're a red person and the blue person or your team in back in America played read, although you can always choose palace create memories at stave forever bit like jerk, chicken, we Saturday stayed with me forever. We'll tons at Stanford bridge Dave tended, Jeff, oh p lots of Jeff Abe's over there. I mean, there are a lot of tourists at Stanford bridge. We met GOP's from Belise rugs. But many blazes is on in believes it may not be on legally beliefs. But it does seem to be on. It was amazing to me all Jeff apiece. Thank you to everyone. Who said hi to us Ross. It was amazing to take you to Stanford bridge. We gained before you've stayed there before he'd never seen a game there before I always told you even though sort of has somewhat menacing songs shed. And we'll welcome you where your blue say through we'll knife you. Honest, thin ever minute that crackers around that place to my northern his is I really felt it. We're particularly the pleasure. We had the pleasure. I'm using the right would pleasure of same by to Chelsea fans. I mean, you can't would you describe them because they're moving your architect. Didn't quite in the stunned. I just knew Ayrshire keep my mouth show. I'll lose you muck. It you don't know what you're doing that sort of awful negative family. Chelsea's performance wasn't worth a lot of positivity, but the constant negative screaming. They didn't appreciate the work. Mr David Louise, put out spend essentially, spend, these two guys spend the whole match screaming at that players with one of two commends if they didn't have the ball. They've just kept shouting squeeze swear. Is the heads. And and if Chelsea did the bull they were both squirrel in unison. Scrudem skit him in a way, which really reminded me of what ching fight when I was in school where people shine out. It was it was Colosseum ask it really was you you quickly told me that you didn't. Appreciate just how quiet voices, right? Your your quiet voice is so ridiculously loud. I can't believe you actually, I didn't boy if they'd got if you'd have basically had you head kicked in there for you at that moment, it was your own fault because loudly he was saying things, but I also by the awful stadiums. Have these are not unique to Chelsea world's. But these the football fans who just actors though, they are so much better number one that better physically than any of the players athletically than any of the players on the pitch out of not to see these factual is down there, frankly, read specialties, and Secondly, the tactically they know so much more than either managers or anybody all football teams have these people to hit them both screaming at Eden as hard. Plenty. I mean looking at them which I did on this first half. I looked to them both more than a look to the game. Because it was just amazing to me the as had the ability to become one of the top five players in the world lacking. As he does just a footballing genius of these two. Imagine how good he could be. Yeah. They should I must say brain transplant come into if we could get as as large buttocks and ability to controllable and just use it with. With these two honestly, Stephen Hawkins' level football. I and they just they can't lead. They left early in the end. They would just infuriate the team. And they did last words I would just say mold same old evident fan. I with the do to have Chelsea same old same old. But it was just a remind daily snus. How much English football plays a role in allowing people to just let it all out by all. I mean, most of its number of football related furious journal came on June just said when we watch West Ham funds, go mud with their t don't think that's really an anger. That's located in football more fury that builds up frankly in all of US, June the work. Yeah. I also this is unique to English football. I think we reminded when we go over. I think it's actually one of the joys of Americans watching initial all young let all of their jealousies and their own like, you know. Problems in their own like regular, cotillion lives like getting away of their football fan of. But we see it like American college football fans how everything in their life plays out in in the fantasy there founder of their teams as. Also, met some brilliant people over that rush. We we mustn't just focus on those two louts at Chelsea working with an amazing team from visit Britain CeCe Roach Ghana's finest from visit Britain, she's an amazing woman. Rush, just endless enthusiasm for Britain mole wine Christmas. Just one of the most sincere Oxy Anthony, Joshua and Reuben Wall Street should have very television show, another person should have their own television show, your wife fell in love with Dr Chris Willis, he should be doing normally many blazes Jillian Marin, I would love this. This guy was a colossus giant from Jillian outside a London thing. It's the only professional football team in the county can ease proper land. Trump allot lives lives for is boozer forgetting to boozer drinks is just in America. Just in a road trip across America. Tell me tell me I'll proudly. Chicago. He's in a bow an American Batum. They couldn't drink a pitcher bear in three minutes to which Chris just look to this guy. Shouted you now English. And down down the whole thing down the whole thing. And then we drove in silence about twenty seconds. And then he goes. Puked but one. Prided if you just survive still gonna beaches, the I loved his thing, I love being English. I love bigger because nobody wants us to win anything. I'd love that. That was his greatest joy, grayish joy. I mean, he loves being this loves people. Hey, English peop-. And that's the pleasure. We get pleasure from following England. The football team around the world be also traveled with Jillian tiny Gillingham. If you've not heard them do not worry. Listen they're in league want. They may be younger and comers. But third and on Wednesday night tomorrow night. He's going to be one minutes. Proudly thirty two jillion fans who will make eight six hour all the driving up to the northern reaches near the wall separates us from the world ings there by Hartlepool is way way up north. No, it's like Sundell in way. And boy you doing why would you go? What what would make you take six hours to watch a in? Game of football in the middle of nowhere mouth on Wednesday. No. And you gotta drive all the way back to work. He dot precisely. He said he and his mates. Look at the schedule every season to Mark off what he calls the torture games the ones furthest away on the most inconvenient night against the crap is teams in the woods places. And those are the ones that they know they're going to go to prove their love for Jillian him and asked him why he said why did you do that? 'cause we're juuling on way, which is his version of crap in the woods, which have realized afterwards is probably close to anyone is just the essence of football fund them because we're Jillian. One of this. He loved the Premier League. But he was just as excited about talking about Cambridge United this geeze Lii in the top about boss Lona that was he just loves football. Just loves loves football. He did EKO ecstatically excited about games and scores from teams and leagues had never even. Roach talking foot will find them we will suspend phenomenal knife with Mr. Arlo, he's not seraglio in a classic old Mayfair boozer, the running horse. It was a beer fueled night is being turned into a television special special special airing December tenth of five thirty pm. It was so good. Although Roger always he's such a remarkable joy fill man to sit with him. I'm if you this football year and him pick his favourite from yearly plans have all time. It was one of my favourite nights of the year. Not just gave me a chance to face to face with amount about Chicago Bears. We're both we're both planet to be a Super Bowl, Terry. Karen? And the boys are they're going to win it all, but the whole night, the TV taping may I realized afterwards fullish cruel snubs, we've received your previous pundits at the pope and the whole trip the Premier League, we can which I think is more and more new book lists there. Listen, I think this is a trip to the. Galapagos, but we're poised for Dave to do experience it with you may is it true Julian on I realized after my little book on the floor. Hey, my Ted I feel like I've just felt Britain in all of age Buea, its complexity and diversity, and I feel vibrant. It was compelling feel alive. All of this Roach, Stephen visit Britain, we're going to release of content over the next three months short films Roach of actress, and Chelsea, and of course, Roger versus English breakfast. Only one man was left. Standing was not the actual bipeds. We got much much more states to our social media channels will that content. Okay. Raj. One of the biggest stories while we were in Britain move me the one hundred hundred Serie of armistice Fain marking the end of the first World War. I won't raise. My first second butter the day to the all new of being in England for remembrance and on one hundred version since your miss this was signed. It was it was incredibly moving to save all to experience all the Fisher memorials the line the streets of London and to be football grounds on a weekend. When every game kicked off by remember news, you'd lost their lives in the own forces to film, director Doney boil the trains point genius oversaw a remarkable project, which is really haunting me eat went to work. Have you seen this David with hundreds of artists across Britain, so beautiful and on putting all of those pictures of those soldiers in the sand. Yes. So you went to thirty two beaches across the country and with hundreds of artists and rakes they drew into the beaches enormous portrait the faces of men who gave their lives in the first World War. The beaches being the point of embarkation for those familiar never came and foulland's of British people came out just to commune around these faces as they were washed. Away by the wave. They were seen by millions. There's a film beautiful film about Twitter feed from the BBC. It was such a creative way of memorializing commemorating about making communal meaning but fan blood fam- raise my glass, because it was also Veterans Day hair a different kind of day. But makes me think about many of the same thoughts. Ultimately that I want to say today's you serve and those who sacrificed all I can say is in the normal things. Yeah. I spent Sunday evening with my dad down south London going through old photographs of his father, Walter Davies who served basically, you so engineer building trenches info down like count. Imagine like what an awful spending Typos little underground, essentially roads. And then pictures of my mother's father will impeach James commissioned on his eighteenth birthday into the army in nineteen sixteen entire graduating class eighteen years old one hundred went and signed up by Christmas a little than with that. Except for my grandfather, he went into the role flying corps year later. Commissioning there served a year flying somehow survived for a sort of a miracle. Others were not so lucky bravery, the loss of life fifty to one hundred million people off their lives throughout the world during that war Roach awful I landed Roach reading so moved by the beautifully conducted services to commemorate almost stay rose, the one hundred ten of us almost to stay and. Arrive back in California, literally the smoke from the fire so visible out of the right side of the plane landed and just so moved by also the bravery of the firefighters, not only the California firefighters now being joined by firefighters over the country. Tremendous affect what California's had to deal with over the last last month. Just absolutely shocking Roach. I'm just moved by the brave firefighters just feel so awful any Jeff appease affected by the FIS, either northern California, all southern California. Just terrible stuff. Raunch big show to the mighty everyone elder who lost his, hey, just awful to watch. We send our love to everyone in California wishes for bed days ahead and those looking to support that disaster should Google California community foundation welfare relief fund, ROY now, courage. Okay. To the football. We start off the mantis Darby man city three man. United won pets. Put on another footballing Mazda. Classic crosstown rival starting the twelve minute when that grand canary born palpable dabid Silva, thumped home from close range, silver, FOX, Raj. Sent shockwaves through the international barbershop community Sergio Aguayo doubled elite just after halftime. But just seconds after being introduced as fifty seventh meets substitute Romley. Lukarco was hold down by Edison inside the box allowing Tony Maciel to pull back the United in conjure memories of Marino to gold comeback win loss season that yet AB but in the eighty sixth minute ill couldn't one put the game beyond doubt by capping. Hypnotize ING forty four past move city state, keep Manchester decidedly sky blue I want to say this. When I grew up city fans, many of them are mates. They dreaded the Dobie just constantly braced like some fans for bare-bottom spanking had this one despite. Despite all run of last minute heroics symbolize, but not dramatic glory champion Ziegler in you've enters. What's really any suspense? Oh, shock the outcome. David felt like lotta hype. But no surprise especially after poor Popa was a late injury scratch. Yeah. Gonna tell you wrote for mentioned to Dhabi. I don't remember going into Manchester Dhabi with this little suspense. It's all I mean, man city is almost feel phony war game. What we know that man city going to win the title. And no he's going to stop them. When we've got a semblance of the close race and Man United having come back a little bit over the last few weeks. But I don't think anybody expected the red hall of Manchester to win this one. And so it was from the office cities tiny golden Smurfs just tool they really did with relish upon you know, it'd really odd mid it was like gigantic cumbersome Tiki heads thrown into the midfield. It was Fellini. It was matych Herrero were similar in their city and eighty seven percent of the ball in the first eleven minutes. Eighty seven percent in Manchester, Darby working those flanks. To mention United could barely barely touch the ball and reminds stringer poles together. What the city they score early goes what they concede. I always in the first half in recent times. No surprise on forty minutes. It was Bernardo Silva just better and better every game. So aware of space and time davits, silver so deliberate so resource when the ball came to him, I love Dali whites commentary east when the bull drop to silver scream Silva, surely a lovely piece of commentary before the Spaniard blessed fourth in his last five appearances, and you could just tell from Silva's response to the go. He's normally say chill. You laugh. See giggles on occasion. But he charged away with a mania a frenzy in his celebration. He just tell city one Hyper-motivated they wouldn't football anymore. They were hopped up predators. Stay lethal plan that they just executed. Yeah. Also when all silver surely. That could have referred to Bernardo Silva that Silva all Sergio Aguayo on this day with his new Cup. This was astonishing Ninety-six city possible before they managed to school in that same time period, forty minutes. Manchester United Moise Manchester hit him in the gold standard SIL for football clubs around the world. They had post the ball in these forty minute six times. How bereft how incapable how impotent they were. I would set up to be to be. But that that level of incompetence Davis. Astonishing to watch. I mean looking Man United. Let's face it. Recent good performances have been about that offense looking into gear when I say their offense. I mean Maggio kicking into gear a little bit of one matter at the back. They've been suspect all year Roach states feel I haven't had much to toll and math full-on figure in your sort of like the heart of man United's midfield when we would stump for bridge. Just so a massive massive portray of just outside the stadium where he had a trophy in his hand. Wearing blue. And he was smiling. Dave smile. It looks like a different person. I mean, a completely different person. Yeah. We'll look he was playing alongside and go say you can get away with a lot more playing in front of that Chelsea backline, you can get away with a lot more. But he is so guilty. All the time of not tracking runs off the ball. Have. He's very immobile. And it's not like he's doing anything going forward either. He's become a for me. I think that match has become he's become sort of a an albatross around the neck of this Man United huge amount of money spent on him and not a law return, but I have to keep fielding him. And it was no surprise when city made it to nil after cool interchange between mirrors and Guera blitz. The bully really daddy blitz the ball through Devitt, the hair I've to ask you mentioned that what do you think as a man of some style? And a man who still thinks about Hannah way I've long given up contemplate of the new. Guerra hack the voluntary great on Alex antastic, I-, voluntary gray. That's almost like that's close to full and Terry bull Roach. Looks absolutely fantastic. I mean, he's not gonna keep key for very long. I doubt that this will get to the nineteenth game with the Premier League season. It is a little look a friend of mine, Tracy bone. You know, who's our believe it or no we have a hairstylist. He does the places show. She's a top Barbara has run barber shop, she's consistent. She wrote to me I world collided. This Sergio grow Hecker is weeping the world in terms of the barbershop community. It's like big big big big meal in turn puck cost having places Tracy borough in his commenting on family fading to me, it looks like a healthy, by the way. That's a very good idea. Why are we not doing a healthy Pete Davidson, one of my my main regrets and only regrets in life is never have an opportunity to go. Great. He was David burner. The took. Hedge was a first gray haired guy hanging has died. And I was I won a one that. And he's my only regret about bulled life about going bold. I'd love I love the bold life. But I was never able to grain stage. Regretted? You don't have any great heady attorney Hambro. Of the head. It's any great because plenty of mine is. Yeah, this is Tony flacco take. But it's not like when you look at when David Byrne, you can Google with gray hair. Just as a kid. I looked at one that want comb white bring you on and it will never come to pass. And in this game Tim came into pas to. They've been the comeback kings. Really yet. They weren't ten points out the last four games, but they didn't know by playing intelligent or cunning collective dunnit. We've just streetfighting comebacks Macy marshy, Al, occasionally, pumper inspired rash. But on occasion, when they were behind and had no choice, but to attack don't like going clue heated. Tell individuals don't get me wrong in that squad. But collectively they graze has been resilient say. So enjoy dispensed Lukac of my dog house. Don't can't we said this inspired oddly so many players to greatness and within twenty nine seconds impact. With fell booed at just a board food. A lonely mischievous Edison, you I think you always did this on purpose. Just to keep things. Interesting. Brought the big Belgian down needlessly in the box marshy. Al contractually obliged to the penalty. You know? It's only shown golem penalty. That's another status mind blame it says at a one shot from that penalty. But on this day, the beano combat and we've got to we're going to talk about cities goal, David vaunted exquisite human mind meld of forty four passes led to the Goodwin. Go almost almost new manatee goal. One Roach always saying, you anybody go. It's one of the third passes before premier legal took one minute. Fifty five seconds woman. It fifty seconds in which meant chest. United did not touch football. That's two point one three percent of the match. It was an unbelievable speller possession on without the goal. It was establishing opiate abetted by United willingness to press. What the jazz combo take turns to riff and improv. So each genius known winter step into tail off how to integrate perfectly finished with Bernardo Silva. Good now, finding gunderman for the explosive finish, but mind melding bodies in sync executing poetically executing idea that was perhaps the perfect crystallization of all pet Guardia stems and it's dominant city, and it's why watch this team and you look at it. And he thinks spite the close race as I said, it's a phony wall this how can this team be beaten? They not only the best team in England. One of the best teams in Europe rush. Yeah. I mean, this go what GM was how much it feels to have sexual thing. It really was. L even the week talking about to speak to shaggy Roach. I think he felt threatened by me and crouching on his on this earth. But Guardiola it left off is coaching being described by former boss eliminate defend that Danielle van as quote better than sex. And when he was asked very very adroitly just leaned into the microphone and said Pap said I prefer the sex by four, but he is such a perfectionist. He is deep thinker. I've come to realize the hood again that he will again, very stubbornly stuck to the hood Digan the posing as a hood again efficient. Oh, I've realized I think he brings out hood again because he knows it. No human can be perfect and the control freak that is pep Guardiola. He wants to choose imperfection the hood again is pep Guardiola only, imperfection. And so it came to pass the end of that game like a scene in the war movie where the victims stand on the smoking corpse, Phil battlefield. It's the death, rattles and bones of their vanquished enemies. Finish. We're rows showboating little rows and matter just the moral good. This matter counseling, his younger opponent on the field that kind of behavioral comeback to and team which it will. But I'm fascinated. Drove back from the game. We listen to the end of this on the radio as you went to curry house in Brit lane. And all the tool about marine was if he was a Dead Man Walking the same radio on the way to the game have been lauding Marino for his Juventus win took in about how jobs as good his groove back now Scholley, but as, you know, heated seven points, four twelve point of leaders city and equidistant twelve points relegations in Cardiff City. I want to hear what you think about this. Staving ref AL hunt. Eckstein the journalist tweeted convincing Manchester United supporters that he can't possibly do any better with this team is marina's biggest managerial feet in recent weeks. How does he do it? There are very very good teams. I still think Man United finish top six, and you can make a case plan by plan for certainly man city, certainly livable, but also for arsenal Tottenham, and Chelsea that that better man for man across the entire starting eleven the entire slow that one of the top six best teams in England. But they don't have any plan. Terrifies you every single other one of his rivals has a plant terrifies. You has a star star plan right now into to form Man United this big team. They don't have a real star plan, polka certainly not being that in the primarily and the most damning stat is that Joshi. Marina is overseeing a team with a negative goal difference. Of the twelve game unheard of. I mean right now he's acting like manage got one motivational poster in his office. And it just says don't give me solutions. Give me problems. That's never gonna never I mean United. They are like nonprofit we've aboard avatar executive director the board. No after fire him, but they just have the energy to undertake another job search. They know they need to do it. But they're all trying to pretend that he's the guy 'cause this morning. It was a mismatch. I mean, it comes I should say this comes after a week in which city been exposed for financial duping in the Football League's German newspaper does Spiegel revealing that city broken UEFA fair play rules, and then some and then threatened you Eva when challenged on it the fact that they've not been fighting a fan fight. Dave does it de legitimize in euros? Financial play rules are so so tricky, I think your own club at it's got in some trouble few weeks. It doesn't really Thomas it made. No. I mean, I'd say the measure markup of fear peps tenure in the primarily is we should despise city. They should be disgusting to us for what they've done, but they play football CEO beautifully. Uh-huh. Intricately emotionally. It's hard. Not to admire what he's done even think Everton did have two point six billion to blow the Manchester City still been thing they could build what peps created two teams anyway operating on different levels. I'm sorry. Manchester. United on those levels are not even close. It's a chasm avoid schism the asteroid. The you love David AJ, one two nine the past two million six hundred fifteen thousand miles for mirth was probably closer to our planet. Then United to city right now, my closing point. They says no even the best game in the Premier League anymore. How how awesome versus United used to be the big game and that was replaced by United Chelsea which pass the baton to United city? I think we're living in a world right now. David west city Liverpool is now the game. They clips his all others liberal. They beat Fulham to nil goes on either side of half-time from most Saleh and Swiss Joe dirt show, Dan, Shaquir receipt. Jurgen Klopp side state, unbeaten they've picked up thirty points in that opening twelve criminal gangs Roach that joint best total at this stage in the competition. Fulham meanwhile, remain rooted to the bottom of the table, pull manager sluggish you kind of she said pre-game, I'm not scared Liverpool to which we both look to the I should have been. They've is five points for now. Opening eleven games conceding twenty nine goals now in the protest you and I watch this game. We're at Chelsea in the press box, and he's look to me, and we'll own my God. This is like watching a live. Beheading would just not as good and livable. Just you knew they were going to beat Fulham Fulham actually held up a little bit more resistance than I think we thought they were going to live not all right with them right now, they're not they're not clicking watchman city. Play you watch. Livable place is not exactly the same type of the Senate. Yeah. I mean remarkable moment where old Liverpool did flicker into life is the first goal Fulla Mitch of in the scoring at least Heathrow yet Weaver signature head of. And it was ruled offside Allison the free kick so quickly. The bull was suddenly we've in two passes right down the field in moose Ellis feet. Lightning-quick old Liverpool. Pre Red Star Belgrade style codes counterattacking and Sal up bore down on go and finish weekly crew. Go from Fulham perspective just nine seconds of the Fulham's was disallowed at the other end life, so cruel when you down. So as when you down kicking the nuts, and she carry you love him, scored the second stunningly Robertson sandwich. You believe what co- hero? He's become in such a short time. There David these amazing what he's done that. And these I mean, he could become a livable legend chicanery playing that role playing around so many. Players playing between the lines. I mean, I wouldn't have imagined. What a perfect Liverpool play would be. But he really is a perfectly plan to mazing easy. The scooter assisted in five of his lost six games in all comes a poet and a list, and the remarkable thing I think about cloth as a communicator as he has been clear with chicanery when he arrived what role he would be able to play and credits, you Kerry because he's been help to subsume as evil predilections and just focus on the good. And that good is for the good of the team. Okay. Roach now to the two games were at starting with Chelsea nil. Evanson mill what started as a fairly dull affair that's an insult dollar fares. Sparked your life in the second half, Marcus Alonso went closest but was denied by Jordan. But I'm the post in the end a point of pieces. Chelsea stay on beaten, a more importantly as my and Yagan mice the full told last week, Raj we returned home withdrawal an friendship intact. I ever plays. Erica live and in the flesh. And I was thrilled by the breached on this. They didn't tell you this. But I felt like a polo creed about to fight Ivan gerege going into that one. The result was going to be about the same. What do you mean? You didn't tell me you told me that one hundred. Didn't tell you enough to. Couldn't tell you for football. It was epic crap. Turn to our angry loud Chelsea living fans by a halfway through the first often. I I think the two teams are trying to crappy and he just responded immediately. Yeah. And right now that both winning. It was amazing Everson did to shut down. Joe Gino, Dave and forced David Louise to be the playmaker. Well by the might yet. Congratulations to him. But this is what several teams have done against Chelsea this year. And it's it's just maddening Chelsea fans watch and this is where Sarah ball descends into a Benny hill bull Roach. And it's just watching avid Louise actors Chelsea's playmaker inability to go and find the pass even the past makes just locked it up to such an extent that there's no way the person who sees them on the wind can actually beat us, ma'am, washing Murata, get offside again, and again, and again, and again, just terrible very little movement. Eden Assad had another slant off game he's going through a little bit of a dip in form right now. Coach didn't have. Game either rush just just pull over a love the Chelsea Chen, the Ross Barkley thinks. Ms about both teams. But it was the second half about where you put the vice on felt like ago was coming this corner after corner, but whenever you got the ball on gold little Jordan Pickford flung himself across the goalmouth like a six year old plane bravely and big goals for the first time. We had Murata not mentioned so much time off side like a footballing Bob living life in the upside down. It's amazing to me when he's out to you on site. He spends more time off side in the game. Then he does, you know world huge point Vava ten believe it's only marketing silvers second-ever on the road against the big six huge point in context of this imbalance, primarily this was a first home points top four team dropped against non big six club this season. What my lasting memory is Dave the so much anger in Stamford Bridge in it surrounds, post-game true venting anger, which is an emphasis on the stand. You team still in third place. That's still unbeaten. But it's like you such a boom and bust nature to being Chelsea fan. You're constantly poised between the glory and despair once you've tasted the former top four feels dead inside. Yeah. We want everything Roche the only point is winning the legal winning the Champions League everything else. It'd be nice to euro. It'd be it'd be nice to win. The FA Cup wanted. Lost you nice to win it again the cariballo Cup. I don't think we want wanted since it's been called to care about Cup. Rajabi nice to win. You wanna see your team play great football? And that's being so Mars Chelsea complain much better than that. It was frustrating. Frankly, I'm Evanston that MS one despite how great you feel about the point. I think if I could have that back the way Chelsea played thing they could have won that. So I can't wait for that press conference where Gary k hill ahead of the Cariboo Cup. Final looks in the camera, and we're gonna win this wom- for Chelsea fans. You really love caribou. Exactly, exactly. We should do it. Okay. The other game. We're at Roach. Crystal Palace nil. Tottenham one we saw twenty year olds Spurs defender. Hawn Foyt show tremendous bounce back. Ability Roach, heading home, the games lone goal in the sixty six minute. Just a week after conceding clumsy penalties on his debut. Scrappy. Wind keeps Spurs in fourth place. I think Tallus little unlucky a sloppy game difficult conditions, lashing rain, and it was amazing to see for the scapegoat last week. Redeem himself in just as second Premier League. He's lived all the emotions and even more say amazing for poverty to boy, the young centrebacks confidence by starting again. There's there's not many Premier League manages who would have made that statement that could've taken that risk to me that statement, and he was rewarded because I it was just slinging that ball around like a season pasta. And I love to see all the players the player after we cleaned up corner slot with his. Head just hug him. Embrace him. You lose fac- beam like a bomb. It's for boy coming of age today. I am a man always going to be a struggle for pellet without Wilfried Zaha. They very late scratch. This is a team this season plain bad without Wilfred saw. But that hasn't always been the case. I actually thought palace played very very well max, my he's an impressive play. Rod. She's getting his primarily feats around him thought sold off again came on late and looked just look dangerous. Just was something that large large attacking number nine. Just tough any defenders defenders around the world to to deal with and impressed again by one another one of those kids concrete Catalonia one of those London boys defensively has some work to do offense always dangerous though. I'm an I I like a lot about this kind of steam Kamba lead. How far down the table. I cannot believe that they're gonna finish this badly. I think there are so many teams in the Premier League Wilson them. What would the knowing me if I was appellate van was just how I set pieces whole game terrible. I mean, most of them came off the full of Andros Townsend who favored a flat drive onto the head of the navy. Spurs defender thing that best performance on this David came from ROY. Hodgson what Jim STAN tool at age courageous for ninety minutes in the rain. It was total total here to me and huge credit Spurs who they must've been exhausted five games in twelve days. Their best start to a Premier League season despite its all the Despites despite the Wembley nightmare despite a new stadium disasters despite the injuries the new new signings. The exhaustion five straight away wins is remarkable feat for any club, okay arsenal. One waltz won an eighty six minute and Mika -tarian goal rescues appoint Niamh recite who had trailed since the thirteenth minute. When Ivan below put the Kremlin biggest cork exporters ahead arsenal extend their UNB. Eaten running competitions to sixteen matches. But they've drawn their last three in the league. And are only one of two primarily teams who have yet to lead a game at half time. This season wolves meanwhile, managed to put a ton of cake on a recent run of poor results. Three match losing run comes to an odd game. I mean, arsenal say generous at the bat will school because of a terrible jacket mistake. My Lord that plays Kollwitz. He's always going to have a mistake in him. And the Pat loin throughout the also but line incredibly generous Burnley was excellent he was called upon but we have to also credit. Also, we've always said for years on this podcast. They lack grit they lack spine and to credit them because it was a stunning to watch him some in the ability to fight way back into this. I mean they were way off their MU they were not clicking. And they tend the cautioned the end lacquer hit the post, and it was dipping cross Mikka -tarian is I goal since March. Let's just pretend that he meant and a mixed emotions also for wolves funds. They hit the bar at the death. Will probably rue the copious amount chances. They blew on the counter, but as new more than ever that it was manager seems to like a guru and sound like a holy man said to come to the Ritz and be disappointed with the point. That is a statement by wolves Newcastle to bomb won the tune. When the second on the bounce behind a salmon run on double all of a sudden pulley regicide or up to fourteen. Yes. Salomon run dump born again, inspired. Various I by yet. Lynn storm down the flying a fine. American pullback to serve the Venezuelan who double thanks to a thumping. Don't of a header boomers drag themselves back into it in that alone. Green then managed to Mississippi. So back to back defeats for bomber and back about winds for Newcastle. Wilco Matt Davey. Okay. How does one West Ham won the terrier stay nineteen after a seventy minute goal from the band? Canceled out Alex, crickets, six minute long range roller. These these points. We didn't expect to see how to get. Yeah. And I think the home funds said it was a goalie didn't expect either the first one they've seen by ahead. This field player on the home turf. For seven hundred twenty six long minutes. I'll purchase again, David another unexpected result card of city to Brighton. One roach. Ben, uncle broilers figuratively and occasionally literally city win behind a ninetieth minute soul. Bamba when Neil Warnock side now on eight points with Crystal Palace and Southampton but still in the relegation zone on goal difference. I love Neil Warnock's comments post game after his team posted their second wind. He told the interviewer the chairman's going to be looking for your now to it's the interviewer ost with you to which wore not replied, no only for a holiday. Hamson one what I wanna controversial draw Saint marriage wrote the saints took the lead through another Gabby Edina twenty minute and looked to doubled their lead in the second half through Charleston strike that goal though was incorrectly. Disallowed by referee. Simon Hooper who thought it glanced off on oxide, Maya Yoshida and in the second minute Jose Hala bass snatched equalizer for the orange. Thank goodness, Mark us and Chazal Ston the understanding type. Leicester city. Neil Burnley, nila points of peace on what was an emotional debt king power. The FOX's first home game since the helicopter crash that killed owner v shy. See what proper and four others outside the ground two weeks ago. She's really a memorial service where the ceremonial football match attach the game was honestly, besides the point of the words of the gracious Burnley manager, Sean Dyche, and he was right. It was a emotion Laden day less. Does I home game after the tragedy, and the chant champions of England you made a sing that echoed out hauntingly across the failed through our game, which took place after thousands of fans at March from the center of the city to the king power led by players, including Harry, Maguire, James medicine and the king. Matty, James players weren't of less does matchday squad. And as a preached the ground the rainbow to cross the sky, which is a fitting symbol a Ray of light on a dog. Okay. In MLS. The conference finals a set off to this weekend semifinal second legs in the east Atlanta defeated NYC FC, they'll take on Saporta shield winners New York red bulls who overcame a first leg deficit to see off Columbus Crew and in the west it's Portland versus Kansas City, Portland. Sore red hot Seattle trademark, pending on penalties and sporting KC. Dispatched Ray, also like the pull gay was amazing. But the big story lines of these playoffs lived out east. All hail know heated who silence the growing doubts about their form post tattoo Martina. And is I'm going to leave announcement by pummeling truly and sadly lost them. Why CFC you haven't really recovered finale manager, Patrick Vieira, decamping midseason the five stripes when I play the other New York team the Hrubesch breast red bulls you're able to conquer their mental demons in the playoffs to fend off. Columbus crew. Who's manager? Gregg berhalter. 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S2 Ep:5 The Scammy's... Are Award Shows Rigged?!

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S2 Ep:5 The Scammy's... Are Award Shows Rigged?!

"And I'll just start this. Are you there? Hey, I'm over here. I'm down here on the blue track while I'm not a guitar. I'm a guitarist drummer not addressed. So it should be ready. I'm a produced. Turn dubs back. All right. Dictated number the corporate drag casting from national tendency often, go inside the music industry setting light on things. They don't want you to know in exposing some of the industry's biggest secrets you're listening to turned up podcast presented by real. Sam media carrier host Jake Jones to flip. To flip stoned per carpet year Venable. Wait who's this? Is that voice? What did you do their normal? Dude. I am. MR normal, dude, you're not our normal normal, dude. The guy who announces us that was not the guy who nuncios us normally. Oh that is not a dude. I know that where did our dude go are dude is taking a break this week taking taking a back seat to one of our amazing and lovely patrons. Jennifer welter in studio with us today as record episode five of season two of the turned up podcast. You can yell really loud. You know, have a microphone. How're you doing? She says, she's fine. She's sitting on the big green couch on the other side of the room. And it gets kind of sneak peek of behind the scenes of what we're doing today as we do it live in-studio for what what's the name of your studio. Have you figured it out? I don't have a name you still don't have a name. Now. I've heard a lot of suggestions by officially named it yet. All right. Look keep those suggestions coming because this studio needs a name. This is this is call it the studio Tonton profound. I know it's an idea of all the ideas you've had today that is one of them that is actually the only idea of had today. Okay. We're pretty brainless day today. That's that's okay. What are we talking about today? Jake jones. Oh, you know, the that big awards show called the scam. He's the ski this is my favorite one. Yeah. It's they give it out to musicians and producers and stuff we're talking about. If award shows are completely just lying to us. If they're rigs what goes on behind the scenes, some things are gonna talk about the history of them. How artists get nominated a lot of criticism controversy as well as music performances and how the performers are chosen, and what's in those gift bags that all these celebrities get at the end of the award shows. So Robert, I mean, this is all old news to him because he of course, is Grammy nominated these bended the Grammy's he was up to win one. He's also double on winning. He's also devil. Ward. Winning. He's got a gold records for hundreds of thousands of records sold by the U, and I actually met I one of the devil ward ceremonies, and we took pictures on the red carpet together, we did we should post that we should will post that. Okay. Anyway, go on you were talking about me, good Instagram. No, Robert is an amazing friend. He's he's my best friend in the whole world. And he's so talented. He's a talented producer talented songwriter. Mix engineer recording engineer yell. So is an insane drummer for the band as we ascend. What a great band that? I am in there such a great band. That's why they're so great. And and actually you and I attended it just came up in in our friend diversity yesterday on Facebook. We've officially been friends on Facebook for three years now through that what it said four years. Oh, think whatever. And it was it was our us accepting our awards for best rock album of the year. And best new artist new artist new artist yet newer Brock album of the year and best new artist of the year. I dunno whatever they all blend together for you, whatever this guys won them all on the floor here. He's got what does that cutlass in front? Disciple stars go go. Good deal. Some no names Kelly Clarkson's up on the wall never heard of number one billboard plaque. My whole point is the guy knows what he's talking about. And he's absolutely amazing and somehow still incredibly humble. And we so we just spent some time in Europe. Together, we spent a lot of time in Europe together. We did it just got back. I'm still jet. Lag jet lagged as English is hard. It's weird. I'm I've never experienced before. And I'm still struggling to get over it. And and my body is as well if you can tell them a little congested. But something I learned about Mr. Venable while we were over there, and ate some amazing European cuisine, specifically, some French cuisine in Paris, Robert's favourite meal in the whole world is toasted snail livers dipped into Basco, and I from what I understand that a little bit of trouble getting the Tabasco sauce because it is definitely not a native to France did. But those I mean snails are not very large anyway as cargo, but their livers, very very didn't even know they had livers most people don't if you're new to the snail livered s s car liver. I'm seeing it is it's hard. To find them. But once you find them it's worth it. It's like eating pomegranate, you got do a lot of work to finally get around those seeds and get a little part that's able but dang it. If it's not worth it. And then when you mix that Tabasco sauce in there, man, it's mostly Tabasco sauce and just barely any liver. And you can't really taste the liver at all, you know, on our flight back. I was reading your your food forum all about esker liver, and you had some really interesting. Yeah. Why don't you tell our listeners? What you what you wrote up about it from Paris. What I was saying. And this is completely in French, but translated English with a little loose here. It said, basically if you don't have to bask or able to import it to wherever you are catch-up works, just fine. And you don't even need the liver from the snails to to get that full flavor. Any little grains of dirt or sand might work. And it it tastes the same. It's really all about the sauce. Americans have in quite nailed it yet. But the French bona petite. As they say in Spanish, so. Making fun of my digestive habits and in my culinary. Choices is Jake Jones d one the only not only is the founder of j Jones productions dot com. Really regional with names, by the way, tell I worked really hard to name that website is also mixed engineer and songwriter with souls, Ville music, a singer and guitarist in the band as we ascend formerly if we assume in I'm sure you've heard of studying find it online producer men. Do it. All you at all number one billboard charting. You're looking at me cross eyed right now number one billboard charting, songwriter, and producer and mixer, man. It's it's just as weird how you and I crossed paths. Yeah. Same things and get to work on Saint bands together. In a lot of fun. It is weird how we cross paths. Fortunately, we're not allowed to say publicly because of the court order, but that's okay. But what I wanted you to talk about right now is I'm going to say too much. I'm not going to give it away. 'cause I want you to share the fluffy bunny carpet campaign, fluffy, buddy carpet campaign. So oftentimes we buy. Pet bunnies. Often. Oftentimes, we do and they just don't live very long. I haven't mastered. I found out that that you have to feed them. That's one thing. We've been getting wrong for a while. And okay, I was wondering I was like really why do so many people like pet bunnies. If you only have them for a week, no need to save those Kroger bags anymore. My solution was to use the bunnies and turn them into fluffy bunny carpets, and I started with an SE site selling these they haven't been selling too quickly. And so I, but I'm campaigning to to make it a thing. So I sent a letter to IKEA to see if they would pick up my new line. What do you think they'd call it? I don't know I think fluffy bunny would fluffy bunny carpet campaign is what does that in Swedish because I really name all the things Swedish names. So go ahead and say that because I know you've been keeping that under wraps, but here's the big reveal Dir fluffy bunny Ston carpenter fluffing. Camping on. That's the that's the Swedish translation directly from the web Webster Webster. They're Webster dictionary. Gosh. We should probably stop talking about fluffy bunny, carpets and Swedish words and jump right into the award show stuff because there's a lot of this could be pretty controversial. And we might get in trouble for this because we are really tightly tied into this including being voting members of the association. So this could be fun. So what I really love about this episode in particular, Robert is that you helped not only to help with the invention of audible music for enjoyment recreational music, but then at some point you decided we need to start celebrating these artists. So you decided that hey, we should start having award shows and award ceremonies for the artists. But it seems that over time over the last three four hundred years things have slowly changed and evolved in the music industry is from what you remember when you were in your early to hundreds bright. The Finnish beyond best videos of all time. Shut up. That guy with me. So the yeah. So let's let's start since you since you know, so much about the history of these from from going through them, all we should probably talk about versus the declare since you are based in the United States. A lot of these awards ceremonies are going to be based around American and a little bit Canadian award ceremonies. Another tons of other ones all over the world. And we're going to get a lot of hate tweets saying you forgot about the Bouma wards. The Norberg born awards words this we're going to get sued. But, but I mean here a few of them that we're going to talk about are the AMA's the American music awards the billboard music awards to see him t country music awards the g may dove awards MTV video music awards if the amaze the the junos, which is a Canadian one, the mud music video words again Canadian, and we all know the Grammy's probably being the most notable when you think of music awards. Everybody wants a Grammy. I wanna Grammy you wanna Grammy. We went Grammy's. And so let's talk about a little bit of the history here. I know the the first CMT award was in nineteen sixty seven. It was originally called the music city news awards. Sounds boring. Really boring. The Juneau's are there like the Canadian Grammys nineteen seventy those a great one of those to the AMA's nineteen seventy four the VM as which are hosted by MTV nineteen Eighty-four the billboards. I one was in nineteen ninety and of course, the Grammy's were way back on that one not taking fifty nine nine hundred and fifty nine the year of our Lord. So here's how it came about actually came about as a result of the Hollywood walk of fame project. Did you know that I did not know that however, it makes sense because I have seen on the Hollywood walk of fame Grammy. Oh, yeah. The the gramophone. Yeah. Insignias on the on the whatever those are called the big tile plaques, placard tiles. Yeah. Yeah. Well, so here's what happened. So there was a committee being formed for this Hollywood walk of fame, which we all know is in Los Angeles. And the some of the board members who are involved in the music industry, the executives there saw that a lot of really talented people weren't meeting the qualifications, whatever they were to to get their own tile on the walk of fame. So like, how can we recognize those people may we should start an award ceremony for musicians the same way as dockers, and that means for television and film, so that as actually how they formed the National Academy of Recording Arts and sciences, the NAS or the kademi which is referred to. When you're talking about the Grammy's and the. Voting. I want to thank the academy. That's them. That's them. That's us. That's us. I mean, essentially, we'll get there. But yeah, let's dissect this a little bit more. Originally, did you know that they were going to call them the Eddie's? Okay. I was thinking about something the other day the Grammy's, right? It doesn't sound weird. When you say, you know, what it is? Right. The sounds ridiculous. But that would have been normal that would have been normal because there's this new ward show thing that we're talking about blah, blah, blah, trying to name it. And I think you suggested a name, and I was like I kinda sounds dumb. But the Grammy's is actually really dumb right is is this because we know what it is. It's short for the gramophone, the the, you know, the the instrument d- the device that could play back music in the time, and the gramophones just doesn't quite have the same ring to it. Right. But that was originally what it's called. But they were going for the after Thomas Edison who invented the phonograph. Okay. Yeah. Get like I said the first annual Grammys regionally called the gramophone awards was may fourth in the year nineteen Fifty-nine. What was it like I didn't make it that year? I was too busy replacing the tire my model. A? Okay. Yeah. They didn't even have tires, but just replace it. Anyway, fair enough. Model as were way out of style. But you know, how I am vintage rolls, and you still have a multi. I think it's working on it. It's always in the shop. You know, how they are fix or repair daily. That's what Ford stands for fix bright. And that's what I do everyday everyday for the last couple sixty seventy years, you know. So there were two separate ceremonies. Right. That's what I heard held simultaneously on the same day. There was the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, California and park shared and hotel in New York City holding the Grammy's same time. It's weird. I guess it wasn't televised. So maybe that's when they did to reach the most celebrities the the biggest group, I don't know. Well, and I mean while transportation at already progressed quite far still had not progressed like it is today. And I guess you're right might have been more of a pain in the butt to fly. Everybody out to L A or everybody out to New York. True statement Ella. Fitzgerald won the most awards that year being three a lot of people went to awards, but she when the most she was the Taylor swift their day. So what were some of the big categories that year? They have a lot of the same ones that we have. Now the record of the year the album of the year the song of the year, which we've probably, you know, let's discern the difference here. The record of the year goes to an individual song. It's it's given to the. Warming artists that producers the sound juniors the mastering engineer and all the guys who mixed it the way to remember think of it as a product of the recording studio. So the record of the year is the thing that comes out of the recording studio that all at one like in one piece is what they're voting on. So everyone involved. Yeah. And then the album of the year is the whole album from the first song to the very last and everyone in between and originally the album of the year, we were only went to the artists credited with the creation of the album and to the album's producers, which now we we know we've talked about it on the on this podcast before the lot of times the artist is literally just the person standing up in front of the audience. Sometimes not even a person's voice as we know with million Manila. But even then, you know, of course, they're talented. But those aren't there songs that's not their production. They didn't come up with the cords of the music or the anything. They're just performing right? So that's the album of the year. And then the song of the year. Is just that doesn't actually honor the performer of the winning song. Instead, it goes to the people who wrote the song song writers make sense an artists might accept the word and do the whole like reception speech, but that's probably because they are listed as one of the songwriters and people wanna see those guys up there on stage rather than random songwriters who they've never heard the names of. So that's pretty much it. But there other categories to Jake like the children's category, which was the chipmunk song Christmas. Don't be late your your favorite song. Yeah. Alvin chipmunk says I've played on repeat this. I go to sleep comedy the same song when that one seems hung win that one they really loved chipmunks back in nineteen Fifty-nine singing ones that song. So comes on every year Christmas time, it's so good. They have the classic country jazz. And pop one of my favorite ones was the packaging and notes category, which they still had. I mean, I don't know if they have it still they did they do recently. Yeah. The album artwork and stuff like that. My favorite one said like the best album cover photography in the winter was Frank Sinatra for Frank Sinatra sings for only the lonely, so we he took the picture. I guess he was in the picture. We should find that picture and post it. Okay. All right. But the next one is my favorite. We're just talking about this before we started our MB best rhythm and blues performance was by a just an be classic. I mean, when you think R&_B, you think of this song, you gotta go back before Jody you have to go way back before R Kelly and all the good ones. And it was a great one. Fernow Berna camping. I think of peewee Herman, but Barron pain Banu go on. Benny Benny Bambang keep going, but Banff Ben Ben and then picks up right here tequila by Bubba bio. Yep. There's only one word in the whole song just repeats four times if you ever need to sing karaoke. This is the song you need to do. Best rhythm and blues. Yeah. The best I think R and B I definitely think of the song tequila. Like, you know that I think is needed someone to put in that position. I dunno weird side. No. There's a hilarious video on YouTube of somebody doing karaoke tequila, the whole four minutes just standing there. And then whenever this has to Keila he jumps in Hilo, very bored. Looking. Demeanor. So the second annual Grammys was actually the first to be televised. But it was not live until nineteen seventy-one. Wow. Thirteen years. Yeah. The thirteenth one. And that's when I started actually doing the Grammy's live for everybody's enjoyment. The number of categories fluctuated over the years at one time grew to over a hundred different awards that would be boring. Let me tell you. I've been to the Grammys I've been to many award ceremonies, and I leave early. I'm that guy. I can't stand sitting there. So long seeing the same thing over and over again, I take pictures. I see my friends I grab a bite and I'd duck out. So I've only been to the devil words. So that was really cool was that they prerecord. This beyond to have one the best videos of all time yet Cape up, Connie, we know country. So the it was prerecorded the before the show starts they come out with just the guys with the big Mike's, and they're like ok clap soft k now clap a little harder. Yeah. Okay. Now, go crazy magic, man. And then and then there's commercial breaks. And it's just I don't know. It's crazy commercial breaks is where look forward to this. When I get to leave. It's like they let you come in and out is the right Mercer break. Did I tell you when we were at the devil wards that time I left before it started. No, yeah. I left before they started anything. Really? Yeah. I loved they brought up a Mark. Malts? Manella marks. I can think of. He was part of the gates Gaither vocal group last name, Mark Lowry. So I love that they brought it Mark Lowry anytime, and it was like ninety second to minute whatever breaks, and he'd come up and do like a comedy skit, and it was so funny. Yeah. I missed all of that. It was great. He wrote Mary. Did you know? Oh, yeah. That's a good song. Yep. In this classic. Absolutely. So the Grammys the big coveted. It's that's the award. We were just with Seth Moseley not too long ago. He's got a few of them. Lots of them up in his studio has been less now. I don't know where it went don't let Seth no don't look over here. And and so upon stealing. I mean upon looking at the right just looking up close not touching and his studio. Not at yours. Not putting in a backpack. We noticed that they are they are made beautifully. They are. But we learned some about the process of how they're actually made their gold plated and each one depicting gilded gramophone, but they're actually made it assembled by hand in a place in called billings artworks in Ridgway, Colorado. I watched a how has made thing how it was making me too. Yeah. So in nineteen ninety the original Grammy design was changed for my soft lead like thing as probably probably. To a stronger alloy less prone to damage making the trophy, bigger and grander. But did you know, and this is what I learned from that show, and you and I were talking about this previously that they own the rights to this this new kind of alloy, the zinc alloy, they trademarked it, and it's called Graham Graham EM, so I want to make something maybe a grill grill, maybe a toilet a toilet out of Graham toilet out of grandmom. What if we just win a Grammy? And just use it like a toilet that probably won't work. It's pretty small, but it could be done. So if I win agreement and put it on my toilet. You've I okay. You did not just come up with us on this. You said this as long as I've known you. Yes, I tell everybody I know this. They don't take my idea when I have a Grammy is going to sit on the back of my toilet. That's just where it's gonna belong. And there's a reason for that. Right. Because as big of an honor as it would be to win one. It's not quite as big of an honor. As don't spoil it. Okay. We're gonna get to hang in there. We'll get there. So did you know, this is a fun fact during the Grammys they? Actually, aren't handing them they're winning Grammy. They're handing them a mock a stunt double. If you want to call it that Grammy because supposedly, and I say that with air quotes remember this stick a pin in it, supposedly the artists don't know, they're winning, and nobody knows they're winning until that moment live on television during the ceremony. So they don't have time to engrave the statues. So they give them a fake one for pictures and stuff, and they get those back, and you can actually get the real one in the mail. I guess later because it would look awful suspicious. If you one oh, gasp me. I didn't know and neither did the ten people that worked on the in engraving company and postal service. Yeah. I mean, that's kind of letting the cat out of the bag there. But so yeah, just keep that in the back of your mind. So how do you get nominated and in this actually fairly new to me last year are ban as we ascend was up. For nomination we made it to the long list, but not the cut to the shortlist. So we weren't nominated, but we were nominated to become nominated. Yeah. And I learned a lot through that process about how it's done. And it's not as it's not like I thought. Yeah. So companies are people registered with the NRA s may submit works to be nominated in the injuries are made online. But then you actually have to submit a physical copy to the NRAS to be reviewed by one hundred fifty percent panel to make sure it's eligible for that category. And we'll just call the areas the Hatemi. Wow. That's cool. Have we did that together? Jake. Let's get married chemistry. That was Graham. Those results are then sent to the voting members like you. And I and there are a lot of those on each member can only vote in nine of the thirty categories on their ballot. So that kinda keeps people from it minimizes the ability and keeps them from, you know, just kind of spam voting or or whatever and categories they know nothing about yes. So the five recordings with the most votes in each of those categories becomes an official nominee, and those are the ones that we see on TV when they not they display and announced the nominee four, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, those are the ones to announce so it would be called the first round of voting. And so that's happening right now kind of middle towards the end of October. Yeah. And then so once they make the final ballot. Those are sent to the voting members again who can only vote in nine thirty categories and encouraged to only vote in categories of their expertise. So they are encouraged, but doesn't mean that actually happens. And then the ballots are tabulated. Secretly by the major independent accounting firm. I don't know how to pronounce this. But I'm gonna try. Deleu eat Touche Tohmatsu, which is one of the big four accounting firms that do a lot of stuff like this. But they're one of them. And then the winners get the trophy and the nominees. Get a medal a participation award. Hey, congratulations to you. But something to remember is that media companies may submit the entries, but they can't vote, but there's a lot of speculation in the industry, and we've talked to people, and we know that this kind of happens is that even though the media companies can't vote, and when he what do you mean by media company, like the label the publishing house manager the manager's like the firms any kind of company they they can submit it for nomination, but they can't vote, but each one of those labels and management companies and distributors and publishers have employees Yip, and those employees may or may not have their voting membership paid for by the company in which they are employed, and may or may not get a group Email saying, hey, here are our proud participation about participants that have been nominated that we should probably take five minutes right now to vote for off the clock. You guys get overtime or what? I don't know how it works. But they they're they may or may not be encouraged to vote for certain people and besides that they may or may not be encouraged to vote for people that they aren't, you know, currently pushing with that label or that distributing because there's called a trading votes and might be jumping the gun here. I know we're gonna talk about it some point later in this podcast. But if Jake so you have a record label, and you just signed, Jennifer, Walter. Hi, Jennifer, it's you're very talented artists. Happy to the welcome to my record label. She is not on my record label. I have over there. I see a Pepsi max that is on my record label and Pepsi. Max is a great singer and Pepsi max does jazz music. But I know that Jennifer Walter on your label does opera, which is crazy. I didn't know that you did that Jennifer. She's amazing. He also didn't know that she says so I'm thinking Jake from Jake record label. Associates. I've got Pepsi max up in one category. And you've got Jennifer Walter, and I totally different one Polk opera. Yeah. What if what if we just vote for Pepsi? Max have some your employees do that. And I'll have my employees vote for Jennifer Walter in that category as well as I'll still have my vote for Pepsi max. And you'll have yours vote for Jennifer this twice the votes, and all you have to share steak dinner. That's it done. Okay. Cool and the importance of that process is that they are they are in very different categories because if you had a polka opera singer named coke zero if I did. And then I've got Jennifer Walter and your people vote for my polka opera singer fire my people right because it's a conflict. I wanted. Best videos of all time, communist greatest, we frigging know, Connie tweet me. So the game are supposed to be based on talent in art and not sales and charts. But that may not always be the case either. That's right. So what year was this? Jeez. This was last year's ago last year juniors go, Carol number one of those. So the song twenty four karat magic by Bruno Mars. Yeah. Great song actually one over d'esposito. Also, a great song by the beef. Stor Mr. beeps. And it was highly criticized because d'esposito brought Latin music to the masses for the first time in many years and also set a record for the most weeks at number one. And so I think a lot of people were looking at that saying, wait a minute that's kind of self defeating. If if it's supposed to be all about, you know, our and agriculture I made a lot of people mad, including the beads. So so who all can vote. Well, there are four ways to become eligible to vote for the Grammy winners since we're still stuck on the Grammy's first way's having been credited with twelve physical or digital tracks released online usually a whole album or what used to be called an album online and currently available for purchase with at least one track in the past five years and those have to be commercially available. Like, you can't just like record a bunch of fart noises with your armpit and put them up on itunes and say, look, I've got twelve tracks that you can go by so. Therefore, I'm eligible, right? They have to be recognized as professional right, or if you know ours. You have to have six credits on commercially released tracks currently available for sale and distributed through physical distribution outlet such as a record store, or which whatever those were Google they used to be thing, but not anymore record stores as in binal record stores are coming are. But I whatever and at least one of the tracks needs to be an last five years. Also, we must have either won a Grammy before that's another way to do it. So I mean, I guess they'd let you in. If won a Grammy that's cool or if you didn't endorsement from a current voting member, I'm not sure how that works. That's one of the newer ways to become a member of the NRA s the academy. But. Yeah. I just I mean you, and I we just have enough credits and stuff commercially available that we did it. So right. I'm guessing if you went in she was the message, we'll see what we can do for you. So in the interest of the academy, it's not free. It is not they are paid members membership dues that are required. Every year. I think around a hundred bucks. Just to be part of the member. But it's kinda cool. I mean, you get to go to cool events and see concerts and get swag and get the vote, which is care. A big thing. Let's move into some of the more interesting things this is where it starts to go behind the curtain, and where we might start getting into a little bit of trouble. Let's talk about some criticism of award shows. Do you? Remember when Pearl Jam when the Grammy for best hard rock performance. That's like mid nineties might not have been born yet. I was eight years old in nineteen Ninety-six the year that Pearl Jam one. But Pearl Jam tin. I remember the album very well prior to nineteen Ninety-six because it's one of the few albums that played them repeat in my house. So Eddie Vetter the singer of Pearl Jam said onstage. I don't know what this means. I don't think it means anything which whether that statement is true or not Eddie Vedder was a big time player in the grunge scene. And it was kind of important to his career to not care about that kind of thing. Okay. So what about Maynard James Keenan lead singer from tool the metal band? Love me, some tool he actually did not go to the Grammy awards ceremony to receive one of the rewards. Because quote, I think the Grammys are nothing more than some gigantic promotional machine for the music industry. They catered to a low intellect, and they feed the masses they don't honor the arts or the artist. For what he created. It's the music business celebrating itself. That's basically what it's all about. I'm gonna remote feud that just a little bit aren't right. It is that big machine and that that very mentality low intellect as he says that allowed him to have such a thriving career. Sure. Maybe maybe different aspects of the machine. Sure. But I I don't know. I don't know whether they're playing devil's advocate, and you're telling me something about Sinead O'Connor, Sinead O'Connor, just recently converted to Islam. I do know that in nineteen Ninety-one Sinead O'Connor became the first musician to refuse a Grammy boycotting the ceremony after being nominated for record of the year. Best female pop vocal performance. Embezzle turn it of musical performance, which she won. She said that her reasoning came from the Grammys extreme commercialism, which if you know anything about Sinead O'Connor and her actually kind of popping up in the headlines this week, you it takes. Very like reading a couple of tweets to realize that she is very controversial. She is. I mean, anything for, you know, a news headline. Yeah. That's what they say. Didn't she shave her head bald? Yep. Yeah. Cave. So nothing fairly certain. It's still probably I mean, I wonder if she's balding just like everything else in the United States the awards also have been called racist sexist, and quote, a commercialized cash cow, and I can see I mean, if you've watched the Grammys recently, I'm last couple of years there's been a lot of of trying to turn that around and try and say, no, we're not look at this. And no, we're not look at this, which I mean, I don't know. I don't know if they intentionally did it or not but good for them for trying to rectify it. Absolutely. I think the problem comes in. When you start being dishonest with how you run awards, then it everything comes unraveled. You're no longer honoring talent, you're honoring your best interest. And so you can't make the argument that no we're not racing. We just we're just. Representing the most talent. It's like, no, no, you're not you're representing the highest bidder. And who waiting but we haven't gotten there yet. Okay. So what about like their lack of appreciation for rock music? Sorry. I'm not passionate about this at all. It's about to get worse. That's about to get worse. I mean even last year on the Grammy's, they televised categories like best comedy album of the year. That's that's the thing. And that's cool air is still albums there are and I will send to them every now, and then, but they didn't just just you know, they did not televise a single rock category. At all not at all not not a single one was televised. And I tweeted about it and no one cared. But so part of me, I go back and forth. Part of me is like, you know, what great because you know, what that is rock and roll rock and roll shouldn't be televised rock and roll shouldn't be the glitz and glam in the lights rock and roll should be underground. Because that's where it was born in. That's where it's always thrived in the second that we brought rock and roll out and made it top forty beautiful, and poppy and awesome p. Liked it for a minute. And then just like with everything else. They got tired of it and it had lost its core fan base. It became a shell of itself. And then crashed and burned. And now that's why it's not televised at the Grammys, and I'm going to go cry. And it's okay, Jake. It's okay. I mean is nice to have recognition for your work and the hundreds of people who are behind those rock albums coming out are sitting there watching the Grammy's going. Okay, cool. Thanks for nothing. Right. You let me know it sucks. It's a you. And I have being part of that, you know, in the rocking chair. Then that's not just the Grammys, by the way, you finish beyond to have their best videos of all time. Okay. Thanks getting old who had the best video vault. I'm pretty sure it was Taylor swift not beyond say so eat that gone. Yeah. Yeah. Connie doesn't know. What does he know? Jeez. He is is the greatest rockstar of all time. That's what he's said. This is what he said. But yeah, it there are other awards ceremonies that are also starting to put rock on the back burner or blur the lines and we've talked about this before where you're starting to see. Albums show up on the rock charts that aren't rock in our opinion of rock. We'll shoot the winner. Even though it wasn't televised. The winner of the Grammy for what rock album of the year last year was a band that? Nobody knew. Yeah. I remember when still not hearing about them. Yeah. That's odd. Let's talk about some controversy in the industry. There's plenty let's start off with the national nomination review committee. So of the artists typically selected for category by the broader academy voter group, the review committee, actually, whittles it down to five. Those five artists are never obscure unsigned artists like outlet field rather typically more established acts often supported by a label or publisher. So layman's terms. If you're not famous already you're not going to be nominated. Yup. So they're saying, and there have been some leaks on this. And we'll talk about that. And unless you're rock brightness. Who knows what's going to happen? I mean about it. Anyway, see do whatever you want. But but yet so there's going to be it's can be whittled down to five by this committee, and those five are going to be will you've heard of. I mean, the beyond say the Drake's the Connie's as this is a matter of wins the most votes this committee is going to be like. Don't say that yet. Yeah. So this is more than just a conspiracy theory, so leaked emails show, a very concerted effort to keep certain artists out of the nomination ring, including Linda tourney, so Linda tourney is a person who shocked the Grammy system by scoring a nomination in the best Americana album category back into doesn't twelve and the moments right after that nomination. She was criticized for quote gaming the system through clever self promotion, particularly by lobbying to members on a member networking platform called Grammy three sixty five so Jake. I don't know if you've logged into Grammy three sixty five yet. But it's actually the portal. That's there for voting granny members. And that's what has like a calendar for the Nashville events here where the L A or New York, Vince as well as the nominations and says, hey, you should be voting by now plus the forum and the forum legally, you're not allowed to say vote for me. You can't say I'm up for blah, blah, blah, vote for me. There's very tricky wording you have to use. So what you say. Say is hey, I made an album this is for your consideration or your consideration. That's the that's the it's the same in the film industry is same in the TV industry for all the big wars shows, you can't lobby for votes, but you can promote your album to people who are having you know, happen to be voting. Members say this is for your consideration. Just letting you know sometimes in order for them to tell you for your consideration. They might take you out for a nice dinner or by us. Really nice exactly with a little car that says for your consideration one of those leaked e mails came from Louis Myers at Grammy voting member and co founder of south by south west who has since passed away recipes, but he wrote to the artist personally, the Toledo twenty and said, quote, so the voting process now has zero integrity and all the praise that the recording kademi president Neil porn out gave your efforts were complete BS. He made sure that you an every other regular hardworking artists will never have. A chance to get to the final five again. In quote. So the the vice president since that emails a her coming. She did you hit the ground running. She pounded the pavement and said, hey from evil for me for me or mean for your consideration for your consideration for construction and it works. She got a nomination she got on the ballot. And they got a mmediately as soon as I saw that she had won the votes to get on the ballot. They emailed said this will never happen. Again. The president said this will never happen again. Because no one knows who you are. No, one cares. And so why why is the problem? Like part of the problem is money recognized names drawing more appetizing dollars obscure names, don't and that's particularly true for the biggest awards where megastars like beyond say. Adele, and Ed Sheeran typically battle it out nip. So let's talk about the beeps. I love the beeps the beeps turtle belieber Justin beeps ter- in a saw his face. I'm a believer. So we were talking about the much music awards the much music video awards, which is the Canadian kind of like the AMA's. Yeah, it'd be like the amaz. So in two thousand twelve his album believe was released to the world, according to the following schedule in this order, Australia and Germany on June fifteenth the UK on June eighteenth and North America on June nineteenth. So remember those dates so fifteenth eighteenth and nineteenth got it on June seventeenth the much music video awards in MBA. Were held in Toronto. Toronto a Bieber one. Your favorite artists are your Fave artist which is their category. But the deluxe version of the album believe it was available in the US on June nineteenth so two days after the awards. It contained seventy six page magazine for fans to read through and on page seventy list, the awards adjusts has one outside of the US on his various albums and singles the award that he had just one two days before was already listed on the magazine. Allman wait house that even possible. Well, magic Oko that makes sense time travel. He believed he believed, right. Let me since time travel devices, maybe a wormhole in in the universe. I mean, like the time it takes the print something like you, and I know like even album artwork even on a rush work job. It takes time for this up the press and do the the test pressing and then the color match and all that kind of stuff. So for the time that took them into print that and then package it with the album and then do the replication, and then, you know, shrink wrap it, and then mail it, even if it's overnight mailing will, and they they have a large. I mean, any department store is going to have a surplus in the back because you know, in a big release like this they expect to sell a lot of copy. So they want to make sure that they don't sell out too quickly. So getting that to whoever knows where in the world wherever knows where on the world wherever whoever knows where in the world. I'm making that up. There's no way that forty-eight hours that could happen. Not a chain. Not even not even on the most rush jobs. Rush job. So something else to know going back to those dates this this came out June fifteenth in Australia in Germany, so that's two days before the actual word ceremony. And yeah, exactly. So again, talking this up to time travel or Bs one or the other. I think that Justin Bieber can travel in time. That's possible. I think that I've met him somewhere before in the past. I think he repaired the first wheel on my model T. Okay. Yeah. When he was older, I think that was him. Yeah. He was older than than he is now. Yeah. It makes sense, right? So let's go to the American video music awards. Now, this is my favorite. Connie, my favorite artists in the whole world. Never heard of him was great. He's he does. He does. He he wrote that one song. Go ahead and sing it for me real quick seeking Imani. Yeah. Nominee K. Sees a Jaffa. Okay. Andy got it. He also wrote that song harder better faster, stronger move day. Right. That though. Yeah. You know, what Kanye west doesn't right? The best parts of any of his songs are all other people. Half-hearted rap. That's no good in the middle of it. But it doesn't matter because it's not what we're talking about. We're talking about Jake Connie. So beyond say, no, he said. Oh, okay. So Connie says quote beyond say, I was hurt. I can't do Kanye voice. Eat sound. Just like you have a good one. No, okay. I kept that in my other pants. That's why I keep my voices in my pockets. Okay. Makes sense now is the laundry cleaning it up a little bit beyond say, I was her because I heard that you said that you wouldn't perform unless you one video of the year over me. I know who has now. 'cause I remember that voice, right? I recognize it beyond say one for formation over Conti's famous sightseer saying that he said that he said that beyond say says she would not perform unless she won. And obviously she had enough head like heads up or advanced notice to be there to perform for this. So I guess she knew she won before it was announced. That's right. Interesting. And for a while. Interesting to finish what beyond to have one. Best videos of all time. There is well, apparently he didn't think so this year. Oh, man. No. So west directly implied that the network handed her its highest honor to get her to show up. So as a, hey, if you show up we'll just make us a win right because she was drawing bigger crowds than Connie at the time. And I mean, if it's all about, you know, viewing numbers and network ratings and money, then I guess, that's what you want. So the VM as are are done by the fans, right? Like they're voted on by the fan online voting. So that doesn't make sense. Then how how how the organization was able to make that deal. They didn't know if the fans were going to well on its voting page, which at the time of this podcast is currently not available online MTV offers a vague disclosure. That would suggest Connie west is actually, right. They can handle trophy to whomever, they pleased in it says, quote, if for any reason this voting process. Interrupted or for any other reason that the sponsor believes in its sole discretion to be reasonably necessary sponsor reserves, the right to select the winners at its discretion, the fine print reads, so pretty much for any reason, they see fit any reason they can choose the winners. So maybe they didn't like the fans choice. Oops. Hi. Isn't that weird man? Is there anything honest about this industry? I don't know. That's why we're in it though. Right. We're just liars thieves and crooks. That's the name of an album that I come and go float up, Tom. So Connie again, we all know about this one. Yeah. This is this is the big one. This is the one where he's gonna let us finish. He's been saying at the whole podcast so in two thousand nine he interrupted Taylor. Swift's acceptance speech for she won for the video for you belong with me. I remember that. You're watching this live, right? I do too. So beyond say was up for all the single ladies. Also, a good song put a ring on it. Yeah. If you like it should have been going on. Yeah. So kind you got up and it completely interrupted her speech ate up all her time. Yeah. And I think she got a few words out before he got up and was like, y'all Malaysia finish. We we haven't heard that all day. So so Taylor swift out of this happened. She goes backstage and cries her eyes out because it's the first time she's one even says, I didn't expect I didn't know that this is going to happen. And I'm so honored. Maybe she did. But she cries immediately after maybe a commercial break. I know they are just a clip that they showed of of something else. She starts to perform. The song and crying is puffy still trying to me, but performs flawlessly just further kind of proving that it's very much prerecorded plate. What she would not have been able to sing that way hit. Either will. I mean, this this performance. He's just this one only this one the only ones the only one they've ever done ever. And I I did think it was funny. So Connie was definitely kicked out right away. I remember that and then Patrick stump from fall out boy says well, not quite surprised because the guy was just chugging Hennessy before the award ceremonies and he's back there with Humpty. Right. Drinkable the hidden as you head on yourself. I sound like come to either. So. Yeah. So Kanye, go home you're drunk. That's what they told him. Literally he did. And it was in the headlines for a long time. And I think it actually further bolstered Taylor swift support and ultimately wound up kind of working in her favor. Also, probably had a lot of people looking up beyond say's stuff to say like was it really better. Why was he doing that? Why would he interrupt Taylor for that Rangel? Find out. Yeah. Those little Taylor's with defense. Everybody wins everybody wins. So Katy Perry says, quote, all the awards shows are fake, she told the New York Times and all the awards that I have one are fake she called awards construct suggesting that they don't have audience. True, tastes in mind makes sense machine. It is a machine. So Ed Sheeran also came out, and he's convinced that some music award shows are quote rigged because he has been promised honors that were then handed to other singers when he failed to show up to collect them. Now. Listen to this. Quick. So he's saying that if that that these awards ceremonies were saying, if you come here, we'll give you the ward if you don't show up we're somebody else, I'm he also alleged that different ceremonies. They've been to he was given an award that was initially meant for ferrall Williams with. But when ferrall didn't show up he got it. Oh, well, and he says, quote like most awards shows, you don't know what's going to happen. Whether it's rigged or not. But I wanted to ward in the summer for a very big award show. And I won't and I want it 'cause ferrall didn't turn up Witten. They said, well, we're going to give it to him. But he's not here. So you can have it. I know award shows are rigged. Wow. One of the biggest stars in the world is come out saying that it's rigged and that he's winning awards for other people because they didn't show up and other people have taken his awards when he didn't show up. So this old kind of makes me wonder why the heck even voted all if it's all totally rigged. Right. Like the whole tweeting with hashtags thing. Why do that? Well. Free publicity trending and hype for the award ceremony. You know what? I mean, like so the Grammy's like, hey, vote make your vote by you know, not the Grammys because for the socio bad bad reference. The AMA's that that's by American. Yeah. That's my people. I'm not the amaze are so the VM as are like, hey, just tweet with hashtag Connie for VM age doesn't eighteen or whatever it just makes them up. That's going to get trending. That's gonna get more and more people say, hey, why is someone tweeting that no I want fall out boy. So he knows he's going to get people talking about it. It's more ad revenue. Whatever for them. Of course, there's clicking on the web page, right? He's good. Like, the the website. Just go to I heart music await iheart music podcast awards dot com. Iheart podcast dot com. Iheart podcast. I come. Okay. This right. Yeah. That's a that's a a site while we have people go there well to increase web traffic, but why to sell selling point for appetizers? It's funny that you said iheart podcast. Well, I mean, the, you know, I heart radio will get revenue for. You know, people go in with where are you squirming? Big announcement, Jake can't keep. Okay. So pause the podcast for just a moment. Screech? So this is all very interesting to me because we found something out just this last week. And if you're an avid follower of our podcast and follow us on all of our social media's you already know this. If you only listen than you don't know this while we were in Paris. You got an Email a random Email, and we will tell you. I mean, we're all about. Blow in blowing the cover off stuff. And this is not rigged. This is not rigged. Definitely not rigged at all. Or if it's we don't know about it. Yeah. We thought it was like a spam. Email and a scam. Like, what is this? Why are we getting this doesn't make sense? I've never even heard of this. Give us your credit card, number social security numbers blood type and your mother's maiden name and the blood of your firstborn child. But no, we got an Email from I heart radio saying they're going to be doing the very first annual iheart podcast awards. And some no name podcasts by the name turned up is nominated for the music podcast of the year. So I was I was like, okay. So what there's probably two hundred podcasts nominating or something like or we have to pay to get on the ballot. Right. So that the cast is like a scam too. Good to be true. No, it's not we went to the website. You can go to iheartradio iheart podcast dot com. You can go to any of sites and you'll see a big banner with our logo on it. That's saying, you know music of the year is only five others us four or five others. I know we're up against Bobby bones. His show. Bobby song explorer, some really good ones cocaine and rhinestone. Yes, very very good reputable podcasts that we listened to. We appreciate it. We're just even honored to be, you know, listed amongst them. It's I I can't help. But look at it and feel like one of these things. It's crazy, man. I like I pair people are listening to us. That's our podcast is actually in their official. Like, hey, we're doing I heart radio podcast awards and an our logo is in the banner that they put together for that. We're there it's alive. What do you think? So you can vote by going I heart podcast dot com and just looking at the music category vote now you can vote up to five times a day or you can tweet mantis. Just follow us on Twitter at turned up podcast end. We put all the information there. How funny is that that you're literally saying right here these fan decided thing, right? They do you can tweet with hashtags or you can go to the website to vote it. That's part of. That's how you get the word out. However, if you do go to the iheart site, there's not a bunch of ads. There's yeah. Just music stuff and podcast stuff and links to our podcast what you're already listening to. So you know goes into it again. Why not? But I think we can win this weekend. Jennifer is going to help us right says. Yes. One of our patriots, Jennifer Walter sitting in here if you're just now joining us, which is weird. Because you can play the podcast the beginning. But if you happen to start right in the middle. We've got to ever Walter sitting in the studio with us one of our one of our podcast, patrons and. She's over there laughing her head off at this stuff. We're saying because we're goofballs. So I'm real finished up their best videos of all time. Okay. So here we are at all of these awards ceremonies. There are performances, right? Yes. There are I've seen them. How are these artists? These performing artists selected I wondered that too. They have to be winners. Do they have to be nominated? Are they just random well you, and I have played in a band continue to play in a band, but that was nominated and we did end up winning, but we were asked to perform at a an award ceremony. And we went there we performed and then we won couple of awards. So that might be insight tau, this kind of works to get the artists there without telling them, we didn't know we were gonna win. Did we accidentally see one of our trophies oops ahead of time? It might have been sitting there on the shelf as we walked by the soundcheck or something, and we did see our band name on that hoops. And did we get an Email from someone involved saying, thank you guys are really gonna wanna make sure you show up to this award show. It was highly suggested that we show up if at all possible, so we did kinda high fives that we we played with Plato in. Made little statues for ourselves. Just in case we didn't. But we ended up winning. And it's but but here's how they actually are selected. We talked with nobody because we found this on the internet. We've. We found an article by Ken Ehrlich. And he's the TV veteran has produced the Grammies since nineteen eighty any says in a people magazine interview, quote as long one stay with me real. Quote, wait, you're not you're not on you want you to give me your best. I'm gonna let you finish. Okay. I want you to give me your best can Ehrlich Ehrlich Ehrlich, impression below. I sounds like this is what I think he sounds like a case is his interview with people magazine. Nineteen eighty first time his voice has ever been heard on the podcast here goes this is really him by the way, he's take the micro quicken. It's an incredibly compressed production period because one of the rules. The academy is that you can't book anybody until the day of the nominations. So all talk to the artists, and I'll usually have a pre two good idea of what I'd probably want. And then it's a gram bowl like December. Fifteenth the artist community clears out for the you know, the holidays and Christmas, and such and they don't come back until January fifth or sixth. So I scrapped in December to get the least at least Neo tin acts booked in started creativity. I can't talk right now. So hard to do that. I said he starts to cram scramble in December to get at least those ten acts booked started create creatively on what we wanna do. But then I basically shut down not out of choice because you can't really do anything until after the first year and then four or five weeks the rest of the show comes together. And it's just a scramble. He says this is scrambling five times, I wonder if he likes omelettes, maybe like scrambled eggs, instead, maybe but. Does anything ever go wrong? He continues to say there are times when someone's not ready to go, and we have to Pat a minute or so we'll figure something out that we can do. And then there are times like last year when I had to reconfigure the whole first forty five minutes of the show because as you may recall riana dropped out in our friend, Lauren hill decided she didn't have to come into the building until two minutes before the weekend was on. And that was not a fun hour of the show last year. So it looks like it might be little stressed. So. Now, we something covered in the first episode ever of turned up because of our friend Lester. Yeah, let's del. We know that sometimes in these awards shows. Parts are not necessarily live. The musicians may not be playing or the singers might not be singing. I mean that happens. Anyway, in just when you go to a concert, but let's let's just set the record straight here though. So the Grammy's veteran audio coordinator Michael out Abbott insists that lip synching at the Grammys has been decidedly outlawed. I mean, he just said it. So it has to be true in his quote is while we don't allow lip sync on the show some performances are so demanding in terms of sound design that there has to be some of what we call track augmentation which might involve protocols or some other kind of playback what a fancy way to say miming. Be pretending to play. Yeah. In article. I was reading a line of saying that a that reputable sources are telling people that most of the artists are playing the backing tracks in the lead vocals are there. In case. The lead singer is sick or has an issue or gets really quiet or out of breath that the the song goes on and it's not distracting to viewers thinking how much at revenues coming in millions and millions and millions of dollars. They're not gonna let the show go down. Because all of a sudden Riyan his nose, which is in the middle of her singing, and she has to pull Michael waited to scratch it. He goes on to say what I want to point out is unlike every almost every other televised awards shows in the United States. The Grammys are committed to having every microphone onstage be live. I mean, they could be live. How quiet do they have to be to be right? I mean that's on. But you can mute it, right? I don't it's what's your definition of lives. Are it's like it's plugged in and going somewhere most of the time. So another quote, I found online says this quote, so when they go to perform it they have the support of the stacks. They recorded they have the effects on the background vocals, and that's a quote from Grammy nominated recording and mix engineer aerial show buzz. That's always hold ABC news twenty twenty he goes, they're singing it on top. It's kind of like karaoke in a way, which is completely true. And to their defense. You have to think how many artists are performing a lot. Plus they've got microphones for all the different presenters. Speakers MC's all over the arena and. Consoles can only hold so many channels and one person can only mic so many at a time and these changes have to be fast, especially because there live. It's live. Yeah. You can't you know there. You can't have a forty five minute changeover. It has happened immediately. And so a lot of times, it's it's you get what you get. So you wanna make sure that the song sounds amazing? You wanna make sure everything's there? You're not gonna have time for soundcheck. And that's exactly what Ariel says in this next quote. He goes I've been involved in some very big broadcast shows like the Grammys and the AMA's and the time schedule is so precise. It's physically not possible to Mike an entire band for every segment that comes up. It's crazy. So you to last year, I they popped up to sing triple X with Kendrick Lamar for the opening performance as good performance fine. Then Bono saying get out of your own way on a boat in front of the statue of liberty. How to get there so vast that's crazy. Rubber we've been over this wormholes time travel. It happens. It's a thing. The prerecorded aspect given away by the setting sun behind Bono at in PM. He has crazy how the sun was still up at ten o'clock at night while he was on that boat and how he got that boat. So fastest we maybe they moved the statue of liberty and the boat up to like, you know, the Arctic circle the sun stays off. Anybody could do that. It'd be Bano it would be Bono. And like beyond saying she doesn't fourteen so rumors of her lip synching hit the web shortly. After performance was done as many people noted that halfway through performance. She pulled out her earpiece for no apparent reason also seemed a little too flawless at points and around the two minutes and fifty second market for performance. It appears that she misses her vocal Mark and pulls the Mike away from her mouth. But her voice can still be heard crisp as day Hong. Yeah. Fans weren't pleased and let off hope arosh of complaints on Twitter saying that she lip sync to appreciated vocal track. Just like she did at President Obama's inauguration. No way, they call her out, man. Oh, man. The behind was mad. Don't do that for a like an event like that. You don't like the inauguration. You know, listening or a funeral like things like that? You should probably just do it. Yeah. I don't know. I guess it's bad day. So do the winners know beforehand a good topic to talk about for ninety percent of all the award shows the nominees know if they've won or lost ninety percent ninety percent. It's usually sent to them in in an Email whether or not they won on the Email will also sometimes include a celebratory speech. Interesting suggestion, maybe like, hey, maybe you could say this. The Email can be sent days or even weeks in advance prerecorded. Thank you speeches. How else would they get that right here? Like, the ones on the where like, hey, I couldn't make it tonight. But thank you for letting me win this award. I'm honored. Exactly. That's something that I've caught before. And kind of like how do they do that? If they didn't know they were gonna win Skype din. Something I don't know. No. They're definitely prerecorded. Some of them are actually produced really, well, you know. And that's, you know, teen choice awards the junos much music. They've all aired. Prerecorded acceptance speeches for the artists that couldn't make it. But there was something you were telling me about what twenty one pilots because you've worked with them and about them kind of spilling the beans on this. Right. So twenty one pilots were told in an E mail. What awards they were winning in which ones they weren't for the two thousand six finish beyond to have one of their best videos of all time. All right. This is getting old stop that. So they were. Yeah. They got an Email letting us know, which will or letting them know which ones they were gonna win which ones they weren't going to win in the two thousand sixteen AMA's, and they expose that in an interview pre show that said at the end of the mail that they weren't supposed to repeat that information to anyone. There's actually a video you can find online that we watched. But basically they said that like, hey, the interviews interviewers said to them. Hey, good luck winning while Oba's night. Like, oh, we're not gonna win that one. Then like, do you know? Yeah. We you know, we're not gonna win that one. But we may win one of the other ones. Yeah. They even say like he's like, yeah, we're not supposed to we're not supposed to tell you Mike in trouble. Yeah. And then they're like, but we will we will win where we might win one of the other ones like, you know, like, we know we're gonna win at least one of them like, you know, that. And then they say they look offscreen a little bit. And they're like, oh, wait, we're being told that we don't know that. Yeah. So whatever it's very obvious that they were saying things they weren't supposed to say. I mean, that's awesome. Hopefully, rather than punishing them. It starts to serve maybe add a little bit of honesty to these war. Maybe authenticated a little bit. I don't know. I love this kind of stuff. There was leaked text message from Selena Gomez team said that they would buy her AMA win in two thousand sixteen to boost her career this was after that whole rehab stint. So you say by her win, and that that might be that might mean like, you know, a steak dinner in exchange for some votes. From another company or that might mean that you can pay the academy or the heads or the board of the academy in a lot of steak dinners in order for something to happen at the awards ceremony. Where you're artists might miraculously win category. Interesting. Yeah. And I mean the truth is it's winning one of these awards can make a big difference. Absolutely. We'll talk about numbers here in just a minute before we get to that one more time. One more sign that the artists may or may not know that their winners is they're usually in attendance were asked to perform if they are winners. Just like, you know, as we ascend did that performance for the right? They words that we won. And usually see the bands of their presenting or the bands performing and then later in the show winning for their category. Exactly. So that might ensure that they're there to win it. So I don't have to give it away from ferrall to Ed Sheeran. Right. Something I've kind of wondered is due like do artists get paid. If they win is there like some sort of monetary compensation like eighty one here's a hundred thousand dollars like we were just touching on this not like directly getting paid. But Forbes magazine reports that performers and producers see quote a Grammy bounce in the ballpark of about fifty five percent for concert tickets sales and producer fees during the year following a Grammy win, that's a pretty good payment. So we need to win a Grammy. We do but American rapper record producer David banner told the publication that his producer fee just jumped from fifty grand to a hundred grand after his work on the acclaim little Wayne's track. Lollipop which we we've covered that one with your buddy. Yeah. Nixon from from Hanley who literally covered that one. So they they won gold records. I think they just went platinum on that for their cover of lollipop small world. And also teas swift Taylor swift. -i Swizzle saw three hundred eighty percent increase in her touring acts following her first Grammy win in two thousand ten. Her nightly gross earnings jumped to one point one million dollars this Grayson night. Why me in bucks a night for thanks? Good thing. Grammy's were there could pan no joke so faint by knows anybody. You can get a Grammy. Tweed me more than when we already have because we just told him Zo, my favorite thing that I wanted to talk about on this whole podcast is going to happen right now the gift bags the swag stuff. We all get. So when you go to the Grammys or any awards show, you see those celebrities on the red carpet with these huge gift bags and leaving getting into limos with arms full of stuff. But everybody wants to know what's in it with how how did they get there? What is it is it why why why these these incredibly wealthy celebrities needed gift bag? Let's talk about it. So gifts include Tiffany, cat, callers, Gibson guitars trips. Two deserted islands, cashmere, sweaters, teeth, whitening products, jewelry, sunglasses, and designer leather bags what in two thousand ten the goodie bags were valued at like fifty grand or the Grammy's. Yeah. That's what does it have in it free airport concierge service liquor coffee snack subscription box credits as well as jewelry and clothing all same stuff. It's like the two thousand eighteen like last year's CMT gift bags had soaps full of moonshine and mix for old fashioned and tomato candles and custom jewelry a lot of organic cacao bars in northern white Birch toothpicks and y'all socks in Google glow. Super powder, all sorts of stuff that you would think that hillbillies from Tennessee would want to know joke 2017 via may gift bags included. Gold plated gold plated cross pen by like those MCM. Baseball caps perfume memory foam pillows. Really nice. I like those two Cole Haan leather bags headphones timberland, boots, vintage wine Godiva, Godiva, Godiva, Godiva, chocolates, shoes and more. And I had Godiva Godiva. I'd even I think it's Godiva cadet sounds, right? So the AMA gift bags valued at thirty one grand. Check this out. This is what I would want maybe enough about how fresh but Baja fresh VIP pass. Let's the celebrity in five of their closest friends eat for free all year. Wow. To poli hit me up a Lasix surgery Jamaican vacations. Ben and Jerry's free for a whole year. American Airlines flight vouchers, Samsonite luggage, tempurpedic mattresses. There's even like a home microbrewery system you get. And plus I like the chocolate and stuff. Okay. So this is what I thought was the most interesting, and and really the light bulb went off above my head. So d- celebrities don't necessarily need all of this stuff. They have money like one point one million dollars a night, Taylor swift. Why do you need to get a free mattress? So the point and. The reason they get these bags is. So that Googlers like even me we'll talk about it. And how many brand names did we mention I thirty two so. All of those those companies had to pay a lot of money stuff. What's a lot of money like five thousand and twenty five thousand dollars just to get them in there, and that's not counting a placement fee and nine clean their loss from giving away the product exactly thousands of dollars worth of product. They were giving to however, many hundred gift bags all four a shot at seeing the celebrities sport their stuff or tweet about it. Right. So that the masses will get on Twitter and see Taylor swift the tempur-pedic mattress and be like, oh, I want what she has. Because she sleeps so nice. I could sleep like her. Yup. So the products have to be reviewed for approval, they want to make sure that you know, you're not trying to give away. AK forty sevens or something to give or like a mattress. That's not good or chocolates that don't taste good or like, like, bummer chocolates, bummer chocolates Moser. But we learned that that our buddies in the UK don't say bummer. They made fun of us. Saying bummer that was funny. Isn't it? Nashville say some Nashville things like that starts. Oh nashville. Oh, you got it from Nashville like, yeah. But I mean, you can hear us talking. We don't sound that way. Like, what's what's something that what something that you that you that we say that you don't say bummer? We don't say bummer like, that's right. You guys they bummer. Like, how often do we say bummer at such a bummer? It's such a bummer is a bummer. I'm so bummed bummer. Well, make sure your mattress is or not a bummer before you submit to have Taylor swift take one home for her Grammy win. I can imagine you have to submit it like probably weeks or months in advance definitely months in advance. And if you get chosen you might get a backstage pass and an opportunity to take a photo with the celebrity with your product, which is huge because then you have that photographic evidence that you can post and say look at just just caught Connie where wherein my bummer hat. Branding bummer should do that. We should. So that was probably the most interesting fact that I heard while we're researching this podcast, but we're interested in hearing. What you think might be the most interesting fact that we said into your ear holes. Yeah. You know, are are we surprised I mean, are are you surprised that that this is maybe more rigged than it? Seems. I mean, come on. 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Ep. 10: U B R Customer

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Ep. 10: U B R Customer

"Welcome back to drive with us. I'm Bosnian tearing g. Thank you for letting us your you on your commute, speaking of commute. Let's talk about commutes. Okay. What about them? Or different type of commute or lack thereof. I dunno. I on commute almost commute that happened. Please do explain. So there was this shooting. Great way start story, right? There was a shooting that happened in front of the medical center down in Baltimore. If any of you heard about that because you know, everyone hears about what happens in Baltimore. Do they really? I don't know. There's probably breaking news on every newspaper in the world. Because people read those still. Yeah. So Baltimore makes world news. Yes. So shooting happened in from the medical center in. Thank you. Thank you. Well, I have to clip a major, and I emphasize emphasize makes you everyone knows it happened outside the medical center, which was really weird because I thought well, okay. Let me tell you this after so happened outside the medical center, and this medical center happens to be in the path along which I walk to get from the garage to a building I work in. Are you scared yet? Because I was first off I really need to get those alerts on my phone like tax messages. What am I in the stone age because I don't you are how long did it take you to join Instagram when the cast started? You're in the stone age. Hello. I am from the stone age. I am here now. So the shooting happened the police had blocked off the entire area in front of the medical center 'cause Hello crime-scene. That's how CSI works there. See I didn't know that. I didn't either. That's why studied forensics. I I know that I must have a degree in it. So, you know, that's what you learn guys in frantic science when there's a crime you tape it off. Yeah. Okay. Well, it was taped off. And when I got to that point of my walk. I'm like, oh what's going on? I just saw a little bit of on like, oh my God. There's actually police tape. Okay. It only has to be on that little portion. So I can walk around it. So I kept walking through all these ambulances. And then there's this tape everywhere completely blocked off. And I'm like where do I go? And there's this lady in front of me. So I just kinda followed her in. Well, she seemed to know what she was doing except for she really did it. So did you follow at a distance or you close? If you think that's creepy. She like walked around. She asked someone in there. Like, no, this whole areas blocked off. And it's like we went around the long the outer edge of the tape and we had to like walk over the tape at one point because they taped the tape really weird. What you walked over yet? We had walked over it. But I thought the whole point of the tape is nobody goes in and out of that area it, okay? They put extra tape because they have the area block off. And then they had his random piece like jotting out blocking the sidewalk that wasn't blocked. So I guess like they did it tapered pole Eleazar, but they designed to tape it to the building. Now is on the other side of the sidewalk that wasn't taped off. So we were walking that way. We're like I need to get over it. So we went over it while she went over. So then I went over it. Like, you just contaminated the crime it wasn't in the crime scene, though. So I guess part if they find yours shoeprints well. Well, it comes to the lady run a me. So creepy stalker part. Yes. Followed her because first off this, you know. No. So I was walking distance behind her. But I'm like, she seemed to know I'm kind of new to this area in terms of I didn't know any other way to get to work. I'm like now what? So she kept walking. And we had walked like two blocks around to get to the street where my building is. And luckily, she was walking down the street to. So I just followed her as she's walking past my Billy's. Thanks for the lift. I want to remind building. So you literally said thanks for the lift or internally eternally because that would be really creepy. 'cause then yes, you'll be like stalker. Yeah. I was gonna say then she would know you're stalking knows will since I saw that please tape and we ended up walking along the main road Martin Luther King boulevard. His anyone knows that rude. We were walking along it. And the this this guy is this. Yeah. This guy, I'm showing you. How scared I was. I was like, oh my God crime scene. What happened because? Hello. I don't get alerts on my phone, otherwise I would have known to avoid that block. Because it's it's completely taped off said so. How long have you been working there? And you haven't thought to get these alerts almost two years. Two years to be like, oh, maybe I should do that. If I was walking down MLK boulevard, and this guy was walking in the opposite direction. And I just saw this crime scene. So I'm like, oh my God. Was that you so I was like so freaked out on like, please don't see on my face. And I'm totally scared. And I don't know if it was just me or if he was actually walking this way, but he started walking towards me now like drifting towards me as he was walking past me. Gary. Yeah. And unlike lady, the flood save. Give me a lift. Yeah. But I made a pass that but he walked to close for comfort. I was like and then after a little bit I like, slowly like a show over the shoulder out of my I quarter of I like look over. It'd be like he did he keep going. Rancher folly? Okay. But I was good. I made it 'cause I'm here, you know. And I got inside check my Email and saw that someone had gotten shot. Let's just leave. It right there. Yeah. Also to let it absorb how serious that was. So okay. So here's we didn't let them sword. Okay. Sorry absorbed. Okay. Jeopardy's over. So here's the true scary part. This happened a little bit after seven and surround the time. I usually get to work but that day. Luckily, thank God. There was so much traffic on the way to work. I'm like where all these cars from why are we like slowed down while we're not moving. But thank God, we weren't. Because I got there later than usual. Otherwise, I probably would have seen the shooter or you would have been a part of the shooting. You know, what's really scary is at a couple days before that I was walking by and unlike I know this area is really safe, but I'm like, nobody would ever shoot someone in front of a hospital because they would go straight into the hospital, and they still be alive. And it's like, oh my God. I knew this was to happen. Why did you think that I don't know? I like in my mind, I just get these feelings they happen like sometimes not right away. Sometimes a couple of days later. I don't know like that. Okay. We were as we were in the van today. And I swear I heard my mom's phone ringing like I heard her ringtone. And everyone's just like there's nothing going on like nothing my volume was off. And I'm like, but I heard it, and then we got home and she had two phone calls. So they didn't call her phone. They were for her. They call the house phone. So I knew somebody was calling her. Weird. Like without knowing. But see the thing is. So it looks like you have the psychic ability to feel things happening in the future. I don't I have a Cup check. Yes. But I don't realize it because like I get these feelings, and then I don't listen to them. And then afterwards like why didn't I listen to that? I liked hold myself. This was going to happen or I should do this. But I don't I fail to recognize it. Yeah. Because you don't think it's actually going to happen. And then happens you're like it's having way too much that like maybe I should be listening to myself. And then when you do it doesn't have see my brain. Pumps like a heart. Because of the boom. Because that's how stress out it is all the time. It always it always like contradicts. I always think of one now that can't happen. But was this happens or what is this happens? And then I like stress myself out worry about everything like, no and find all the different possible, meanings of every little thing. And then I stress you out. I know you got to go inside your brain last week. Oh, yeah. Anyone go back. We don't need a lift. I don't either. Actually, I did that point. We're not the car riding service lift looks like lie FT why? Featuring whatever car you're riding Toyota is that how will the name what lie featuring whatever. Call you right lift. So what if okay if one of his not a car starts with t what would it be like it was four of, you know, after he featuring, oh, I was just thinking F A T F TCI featuring. Oh, yeah. Music video after he bullet foot foot. Lie foot. Why? Or you be are you? Yeah. You'll be our customer all over figured it out. You be are. You'll be our favorite ride service. We give you five stars. You give us five stars. The Reiter the writers get ready to they do. Yeah. Can they get kicked out? You're never allowed to ride in a UB are. I don't know if this is true. But I feel like like Uber drivers can look at it like a passengers ratings and decide like do pick them up because I was gonna say like draw riders can look at the drivers formation. But can't like shouldn't drivers be able to know who they're giving a ride. It was listen live on deranged person. That's what I think like that really writers have to go through some sort of screening process. The drivers to drivers even have to like, they're like anyone become driver. Yeah. But not anyone should be able to and not anyone should be able to be a writer because if you're crazy deranged person, whatever happened to don't ever know. One two. And you wanna learn enough to get that reference? You just aid yourself and me ever UC old commercials. I'm like, oh my God. My child is alive. Bumble my brain starts pumping like a heart. Yes. So that is my that is my near death. Not really scary commute story of the week. If you got any crazy commute stories tag on Instagram or Twitter with your commute stories, and you could be featured on the next computer update. So I have something to ask you on a previous episode. You were like white Birch symbolize waving cars, waving. Yes. Because that is the proper etiquette doesn't everyone agree. So earlier this week, I just left for work, and it was raining a little bit every day as you do. Yes. Except for on the weekends 'cause you're allowed days off. Yes. Thank you. You're captain obvious, Catherine. I'm katherine. So I was driving and it was raining a little bit. So I turned my wipers on the van persons on the other side wipers on at all I can think oh, we'll be weight back. Let's. Do you have an Instagram because I have one now is not my personal one. But it's for the dry was podcast. You wanna follow me off? All you back. Let's be friends. The team right now doubled up. So right, cloud speaking, I was drying day when it was raining and my back wiper because I have one of those Herath now, not a car. So I can see out the back. So I turned that one on and the car behind waivers often. Our you get off my bumper. Verse. Yeah. The point. I'm like, Hello anybody. When this happens. I deserve the credit. I came up with it. Well, now, I'm not going to be able to look at ever again the same every time. I'm like, it's raining. I'm going to think about this good. That was the point. Because everyone starts thinking about it. Then everyone will start saying. Hi. And then soon everyone just be like wave with your hands to except for keep one's not in the mood. Well, they purposely turn off their wipers on going blind. No because you got to be nice even don't want to. So here's a question for you. Your car will be nice for you, your car doesn't think like that. Our question for inter. Oh, you do know. Pumping brain, you're pumping branding get union. Yeah. Okay. So say this car drives the opposite direction as you is why I go for yours. Don't. Do you purposely hit it or do you just let it go? That's too much attention like that's too much to think about I focus on the road. No. 'cause you have it on automatic setting. Right. So if it happens that was your cars Wednesday, high then they will is they don't you're supposed to focus on yourself. So the way they works is if yours goes off you're supposed to center around one yours is going off because you can't go on like every single car in the world because there's too many. So you're just seeing if anyone ways back to you. Yes, I wave and they wave back or they waving I wave right away because you can't like go to after everyone because it will traffic. Yeah. Then you just like squeak in one. There's no not enough rain eighty. With your wife or small, and you can't say anyone and you're blind. And you might rash. You just talk about real Dr. Yes, we started this episode talking about shootings. So now, so let's talk about it almost breaking. That was my brain going. No more public pumping squish. That's squeezing it pumps. We'll you were basically pumping it or squeezing it. I was making the heart motions bump bump bump up. Your brain Bohm's does now. Sense. Why goes all over the place? Bumping every not bumping Bom boming. It sounds like a net. Flicks noise. We are the Netflix podcast known just giving. Missile that we're gonna prove. Do they even have podcast they'll make one just because we said to be like you're not approved well already ruining our chances. Yeah. Thank you. Thank you. Hey, I giving us the idea. So. What does on their proved? Let us. I have some crazy stories were you there inside my brain. You wanna see homeboy lift? Lie featuring brain, returing, my brain. So. The breaking. Yes, I happen. I'll know it didn't happen. Oh my gosh. It didn't happen. We're okay. No break-ins. Just what could have been a breaking attempt. I'm not sure if it really was. But it looked like one. There was a makings of a complete almost breaking attempt but failed. Yes. With all details. You're gonna give I thought you were the storytelling machine today. No, it looks like you're the story today. Well, I wanna share the love. Go ahead. I'll jump in. I'll dump it when I feel like you're. I'll jump in your storytelling seems to be going to sleep. Oh boy. Ready out awards today? I'll fill it. Okay. Ready set action. That was my movie Clapper, whatever what is the point of those things they like, right? The time in the scene. So they can put it in front of each thing. I think in they can be like, oh, we have to go back to the scene fix is. That really what they do unless my guess, I never understood like. Like they recorded on there. Like, they have like name time and everything and then they go like this and gets in the car and all that keeps track of all that whoever edited. Did it? Yeah. Who are edited idiot eighty eight? At it at it to watch. Pretty. I was another show. Wasn't other show. Yes. Isn't it back on again? It is. I'm gonna be proper. It is Madam. To the I don't know. What kinda what were you saying? I have no idea. Where I was going with that. That's why stop. So this almost breaking. Oh, yeah. We were talking about that that almost happened. But then you get the idea. Okay. It was pretty much recovered. You know? So it looks like someone tried to shell the something into the keyhole and like try to unlock it because our keys don't fit anymore. It like whatever it was broke in side of it. Yeah. Yeah. So they failed except for WD forty can fix anything. But if something jammed in their house, a key gonna go in there. I don't know what it was. But our dads spray WD forty on it and the next day it worked. So maybe it wasn't really attempt breaking. But it sure seemed like one it was makings of one like our door. Look like it was kind of like someone tried. Yes. So now, we have a security camera. So if this were to happen like say someone tried to break in and you're in the house. What would you do? Oh god. I don't know. See I I would like to sink that. I would do something like in the movies do something roic, and they wanna save everything. Like, you know, one of those cool things I'd be super smart about. And I'd get out some crazy way like jump out the window onto the tree in my life through my bedroom window into the backyard onto the tree that's dead. Well. Guy the branches snaps. Well, I mean, I had this idea grabbing a towel when I was down the stairs. But yes that is a story for a time. Maybe now, I don't know Bush finish this story. So I would jump, you know, onto out my bedroom window onto the tree somehow managed to make it on my feet like. And then like run get some help from the police were not so far away. But don't do anything. So then I'd run to the fire sale now thing, they're even further away. So yeah. More to go. Well, I have been exercising. So I can make it. I could make it. Okay. You make it to the police. Yes. Somehow, I will get them. And they will somehow get this guy. That's not what that's not what would actually happen. So what would you actually do? I have no idea. Would you try to get out? He's asked the problem. I don't wanna high because then they'll find me. I want to get out four thousand are looking for people in the house. They assumed known was in the house. Yeah. But then they will make go through the entire house, and I would get caught somehow. But what if they found like something that they wanted to take in that wasn't what they continue to entire house. I don't know. I feel like some people would I don't think they're actually find anything in our house because we don't have anything. And it's very true. We have things that. I don't think people. We have a lotta pictures like won't want her family picture and not like paintings like, oh, this one's five hundred dollars. But we have a lot of pictures like unless you really really wanna picture of my graduation or your graduation that we printed at WalMart for twenty five cents. Yeah. Exactly. Go ahead. It has the logo thing on it still because it wasn't actually paid. It was one of those preview proof. Yeah. It was a proof. And we just kept that one. Who's gonna be seventy dollars for picture? They're going to delete it anyway. So it was gonna go out of their system. So yeah. So we just got the proof. So I mean, if you want that I mean, that's kinda creepy, but I guess. Okay. Already taking a picture of it of you. So like, if the pictures gone, you have another picture the true so nine like, you'll be like devastating that is gone. So what would you do what? I do. Yeah. We'll would you do. I don't know resource free down. My brain was not working probably hide. I and like see where he's going and then try to find a way to get out. I would want to try and get out. But yeah, obviously had to hide, but then you had to grab something just in Casey fine. You weaponize? The only thing is grab that land right there. But what if I'm not up here? What if most time we're downstairs, and he were to come in from downstairs grab that we have three three entering like exit points downstairs. Well, you also have windows, except if he had run out the front door you had done storm door that'd be a little bit. Yeah. You jump out a window, which is not very easy 'cause open the window open. The screen try to get out that take too much time. I think I'd be able to hide faster watch where he goes. And if he liked end up going, I can get out the thing is where would you hide? We don't have a whole lot of hide. We don't have anything. Do we could use to like, maybe protect yourself. You could throw a bunch of stuff with him. Okay. Why are we talking about packing people that are talking our house? I just saying to prepare for situation if it were to ever happen. Gosh, everyone should have a plan. Okay. So you have this matters right now. Hide behind that. Because there's no way they're moving thing. It's like a double mattress queens is like it's double is two managers stacked onto one they super glue them together. Because that thing is heavy hybrid them, my whole bad, plus a frame, plus the legs everything combined, plus more. Yes, we couldn't even get it out of her room. That's how big and heavy. It is. So is sitting in the corner. So I'm Persian. You could hide behind that. If he comes you can just push it on time. And he's he's good. He's. He's not gonna get out of that. After to that. But you just staying on top of it. Then he can then you can just matters. Just keep them after sliding it'll take him a while to get through this badgers. Call and the door and get out longer from the end nine. Get no longer on the inside time to struggle within. And then I can get out by you could easily unlock I know he'll struggle with the mattress. And then you won't try to open its laws unlock it. And I'll be gone where would you go? Then why are you alone? What like usually there's more than one of us. Well, if my old job, and I had the odd days off, I was by myself one. Now, you're not so they were be at least two of us. We push that matters together, and we can do a couple of match or slides just for for you would be up here with this for memories say because we love doing that fighting mattresses, and then we realize he has a knife, and he stabbings so we then run we wait for the staff. Why was that? Sliding we get outta here. A really do that. I think you'll run. Yeah. We wouldn't even try and high. We run probably book it towards the park and go the police began some crazy things have happened in that part. I don't know if I'd book at towards there. But now that the police there Nassau's remember like crazy masked man thing reports that crazy mass man that was in the park. No, okay. This is how it happened. We are little and we're playing out back there right behind our house. And this is a different story. No. This is how happened there's a police officer. And he liked told us about this guy who they're looking for the head a yellow shirt on and blood on the front, and he I wasn't after at this time was a little preoccupied. Right. You're in the Biard get what I mean. But no, I was with two other of our friends and the police officer like comes to slow stop before for four. And then he's like, hey, kids come over here. Talk to strangers. We like looked at each other. And then we're like, okay. And he was like he's like asked us to come over there. He's like he's like you guys need to be careful around here. He's like, I was suggested just go inside. But he's like have you seen a guy running around with a yellow shirt and blood on the front? Sure, not catch up. Is why I was like, no, we're like, no. He's like, oh, well, we're trying to find him right now. So I was suggest, you know, go in don't stay out here. And I was like oh my mom's calling. Read inside. I don't know why they were thinking they would stay outside. They tried to be all macho like these are two guy friends, and we were really young at the time. Thank goodness house already inside. So I had an excuse because there's no way I was going to stay outside after that. They're like you're going inside. I'm like, yeah. My mom's calling. Can't hear her, but I can hear her. I hear she's about the combing. She's my sister sent me her psychic abilities. I'm going, and then it was like a week or two later when that park incident happened. So that's I kind of like is this related or is this really scared because they're saying like our neighbors had gone to the park, and they saw this guy like massing they helped there. It was like a baby sibling cousin something daughter, son. I don't know what it was. There was a baby with them. But they booked it home. And I'm like, I'm not going to the park ever, get thousands scary thing. So then for the longest time whenever we went to the park. I would look down because it was like the purpose on a hill. So I would look down the hill towards where the pond area was because after Parenti where he was. And I'll be like oh my God. That's so scary. Now, I remember when we were like at one of my friend's house across the street, and they came back. The park. And then we were like looking around the corner. Like is he coming? We're scared that we went to our little bit. Oh, Allah, so scary for a long time going to the park on like, oh my God. I I don't wanna go. Let's go. Let's go. Where's he comes up? And then like we went to the park because that's where like the school would take us for our picnics and stuff. We would go Christmas tree park. They took us there. And they're like, okay. A bunch of go take a walk down by the pond. And I'm like. But I went and I was like the whole time. Like, there's no there's crazy mass gunmen. There's mask on man. And then we hiked through the woods and came back on the other side. They're still crazy gunmen. I can't hike. So that was a of itself. Nobody leave me, please. But I was like looking everywhere, frankly, and our town was made one of the safest in the state. Well, this is a bunch of years ago, but back then it wasn't as bad as now that is so true. We almost attempt breaking but know, sheriff it was real or not after the whole yellow shirt blood guy man catch up, man. I don't know this is a dream or if I saw this in real. But like, I don't know how many days later how later I was standing on the porch waiting for the bus. I saw police officer drive by and I saw I thought I saw yellow shirt hanging before. But what we realized is like a bunch of them care had like these neon yellow jackets hanging from their backseats less. Probably what you saw. No. I don't know if it was a dream because I thought I saw like the yellow butcher was like, oh, they caught him. It has to be. Why would be hang his shoe? You can't wear that lets you everyone that we got you you shirtless in the back. I don't think. So you know, what on a happier note? I remember when those police officers, you should drive back there, and they like stopped, and they gave us a tabby bone a ruler. Yes, what was up with that? I don't remember the table Brian. Remember, the neon rulers? We have so many of those. They broke a bunch of them. But. Please offer just go up to kids. It'd be like here you go back. Then it was out weird. You are supposed to talk with strangers. But you did police were like it's a police officers. People are a lot more friendly. I'm pretty sure people believe with their wipers factor than and said, hi, everyone. So since we're talking about danger and safety all this and Gary goodstuff scary and good stuff. Dangerous. Not dangerous. Gary safeties good, okay? Gary. Those are opposites. Yep. Yep. Digital safety opposites. We're talking about those. So I've found this report published by the institute for economics and peace, and they ranked one hundred sixty three countries on twenty three factors. How many countries are their prime more than that? But they only ranked out of one hundred sixty three and they used twenty three different factors which include like murder rate, political terror deaths from internal conflicts and stuff like that to figure out what the safest country in the world is not us. Not the you obviously are we up there though. Maybe I didn't wear. I didn't go through this report that far we can't even look for us. Now, you're not wanna top fifteen nine Felix scrolling Lincoln to the next. Oh, wow. We got some serious issues guys. So who do you think it is why no this country? Yeah. It's like a well known countries. Oh, is it a European country? What do you mean by well-known like it's commonly known like people? Yeah. So okay. Why original definition is not applying because you're trying to take on the fringes of one. All right like in the deficits area because country. So is it a European country? This part of your country's back to that. I think is part of Europe guy don't do this again because not part of part of your. She's only edges somewhere. Right now, I think of a country over there. I say this isn't a big country was in Europe is not I don't know how this country if three hundred thousand people if that helps that's it. That's it. Yeah. Home to three hundred thousand is it a tiny country not like that tiny. I mean, look Memphis. That tiny what country between my finger on my son. They must have some tiny three hundred thousand people in there. Yeah. Ants ants when unit between this. And I know this country like how well popular tourist destination shape like boot, no outta crocodile? Nope. Which again, I don't know how that country looks like a crocodile and every even looked at it on the map. So I did after you said it looked like a crocodile. I looked at it. It does not look crocodile looks more like a crab cough. I don't know who said crocodile, but that was this website that I found the fact on and I didn't bother checking. No fact checks here guys. All right. That's what you're four European. Also, I say, it's right. It's right. Yeah. If I say, it's right at right? Yeah. Okay. Cool. I didn't know I had that much already on facts you do. Oh, wow. Man. I shouldn't have told you. Oh, man power. All right European country. That's small say small you said small small, but not that small. No, I didn't say small. I just had. It's not small I know this country. Yeah. Not that's small Switzerland. No. But you would've known that's in Europe is on the fringes of Europe. Like almost Asia. I feel like it. No. It's not that way. The other way. It's in the Olympic is what they said you are up. That were the Alantic ocean. It's an island. I don't know. What is it part of north makers Europe? I don't know what those are two completely different things. Okay. So you don't know your countries. So is it. Tell you know, I wanna guess is an island. Yes. Kind of its own little ice lint. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. That's the safest place. Yeah. They said his home to three hundred thousand people and the crime rate is incredibly low one point eight murders Perth hundred thousand people, and I guess, it's called Iceland. And people are like I still wanna live there and their comparison to US their murder rate. Ha it's only one third of the US murder rate. Oh, wow. We do have a lot more people though. So if you factor that in what's the worst wanna go there? We'll go to Iceland will be fine with a one third of chance of X compared to the US of getting murdered apparently to this article. I feel much better. Now, number two was New Zealand and number three was Austria, New Zealand's the worst. No on the top three. Oh safest. Yeah. Oh, New Zealand's the second. Most safest, yes. Wow. It's so close to Australia, which is not as Australia was surprisingly higher on that on that list. The new us. That's really weird because there's a lot of hate crime goes on in Australia overall Lind does right next to it as super now. What was the third one Austria Austria? Oh, did you know they were the first ones to use postcards, non Jialing valley? Remember that that was a couple of besides ago. Do you know your country's episode to we don't get out? We don't he failed. Miserably? I said we. I pass with a seventy something percent seventy. So technically, I pass unless it was a science course because any must have seventy five or higher. So then I failed never mind where I get. I think it got like, yes, you definitely got enough fifty forty or something like that. Oh, man. They suck. I science failed. She just failed in jets. If you ask me more like pop culture questions do better than you. Yes. I would be in the negative five percent five hundred percent. And she would be in the ten see. That's why we work well together because you give me the history and the like, those kind of facts, and I give you the pop culture update. Our my facts, always right apparently. Because apparently what I say is right. I don't understand how that works. But I just those we're psychic ability that I don't realize, but you know, you have it somewhat Guyton new feelings, but I don't listen to. Yes. But I never know which one to listen to become one of those psychics and turn it into a business. No because half of them will be wrong. I wouldn't know what to listen to it. Be like I feel like this would happen and this would happen. But don't believe me. Very uncertain very uncertain. So the person wouldn't believe you, I wouldn't believe me. So that wouldn't work. I you couldn't do it yet. No, no, not you know. Yeah. What's the worst? Oh, so I found two different articles one article, but atlas and boots dot com whatever so that and it was called most dangerous countries in the world. And then I found another article about the ten most dangerous cities by road snacks. Snacks. Did these people like drive through? All right. I'm but for most dangerous country any guesses. Oh, no this country over. Yeah. Oh like that. Like well known European is it an island European or Middle East? Okay. So now, okay. So it's got to be one of those like Turkey or on that brink think about this rock wasn't really dangerous right now. Yeah. Good true, Syria. Okay. That makes sense. But what are we down there? I look at that. I couldn't find us on there. Either. To the Middle Eastern saw the there was like Turkey, and like all that up there. When you I don't know if the country's eight European or Asian for the safest, I was like what's on the fringe Turkey. There is no way. That's the safest is no ice Lind. So people I think. Go to a place travel Iceland, one third chance as compared to the US of getting murdered. So we can't go without us seeing. That is true. So I found the road snack. Article was ten most dangerous cities in us in the US. What most interested? He's in the US. Oh, nine in the world in the US. Yeah. Because we have to us. So these cities are US owned cities. Yup. Fault. Baltimore up. There. Surprisingly, not number one two or three. Oh my gosh. Detroit chicago. I mean, one of those which was one that beat beat out Baltimore couple years. This is their predictions for twenty nineteen. They're a couple years ago where Baltimore gone knock Detroit Detroit. But then we got bumped back up. Yes. But this is their predictions for nineteen number one, Detroit Saint Louis, Saint Louise. Yeah. That's in Missouri. Right. Thanks. So Louise, do we know our states and cities we should do that? Do you know your state capitals? That's for another time. Yes. Look for that coming up, we know somewhat about countries, but do even know much about the country that we live in say tuned for find out in the future. I have a feeling that's going to happen. Psychic powers here. All right. Saint louise. Yes, Baltimore when number were they five. Nope. Six note for note, seven no a top ten. They are in the top ten because this was a no nine oh my gosh. Remember? Say ten. Yeah. Apparently is going to be on nine will their prediction is wrong. So we got these ten dangerous cities if ours is both Mars dangers. I never going to any of those other cities. I feel like bolt right is pretty bad though. Yeah. Point, we're lying as people getting mugged at like, you can't even go the harbor because people get mugged both thing is we only see our states news for the most part. We don't see other states. So we don't know what's going on there. If we saw those states news, and maybe we'll be like, okay, that's true. Like when we went to California just being us. There's like we're about the US or more like whatever state. You are. So we're Marylanders. So we just think about Maryland. That's it. We don't even think about other states. I mean to expand. Well, if you want to hear the news about other states, you could watch like the the an H L N or CNN, right? 'cause they'll do more countrywide news as opposed to state wise news. Because we watch the local news is always going to be a better state. We barely watched news. So that's two also. But when we I don't always watch the news for when you do when I do I share it with you. That's my plug. I plug in my computer, so charge. All right next most on safe. Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee Agassi that and then third little off really, Arkansas. Arkansas' I guess though, I feel like maybe middle middle west. Something. That's not right. That's a region of countries not a region in the US midwest mid west is more like usually when they talk about I feel like they talk about like, I y Illinois argaiz over there except for sound like, yeah, that's an general area. Whenever I hear people talking about mid west is usually always Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, those states for the most part usually whenever someone refers to it. You know, that's really weird because when you think middle mid west weren't you think the mid west like geographically of the country mid west is more like Colorado, Utah that's the mid west. The countries that are mid west are more like mid-east by the canton, Middle East Middle East already thing. They don't have to say middle mid east. I should work for Middle East, but doesn't make sense geographically, it is not it's closer to the east coast, and it is the west coast. So that Matt will never made any sense to me who came up with that. I don't know some person maybe as made up when the person obviously know some computer trying to say something else, but I couldn't remember the words so some person some computer robot did it, you know, back then when they got ring states when they didn't have computers. Yes. Because you said some person so some some like a robotic thing that yes pair leagues listed back. Then that we didn't know about before we had computers. Where's that creepy? Robot comes on Jimmy Fallon. I could like think so FIA. Yes. Plotting world domination or something like that. When she talks in her mouth. Musso Creal, so creepy I could see world domination happening. Apparently there is this come every unplug your computers. Don't let them charge apparently fails in Japan. But there's like they put to robots a room, and they started having a full blown conversation about how they're going to get together and rule the world dominate. Yeah. I think they were mentioning that on Jimmy valid or something so creepy. Why are we giving them all this knowledge and ability to think on their own and putting this all in their head that they should dominate the world. Yeah. Okay. Now, we're back to creepy. They'll be the ones breaking into your half, they can because they're highly technological. They don't even need to try and break the key. No. Because at that point. Everything's gonna be electron. Ick. People have those electron like security features. It'd be like oh bypass. I'm saying like now everything is electrically secured like home systems. People have Alexa, like how easy is it? Looks. How easy is it for people to actually break in with those because people can hack those things because computerized so is it more safe to not have one or the more safety half one in between or the safer to have the ones that are monitored by a company so that they get alert, but they can send someone over like ADT until I think 'cause I always see those little things that people jars powered by ADT was ADT stand for. Dumped technology. This giving it's a great technology. As a great thing to have security is good. Deterring technology determined determined to Termine tag is much better. Come into my brain waste determined to protect ADP protected by always determined to. Always driven to protect implied. How I by determined technology defensive technology figured it out see took a little bit. Knicks. The beginning forget you didn't hear that rollback your brain tape. Reverse little bit. Where back in the time. VHS is now reverted back and re record over it. It's gone now. Okay. Determined or defensive technology. You just reminded of. All right. Take two russet already. I won't go record over it. A defensive technology ADT powered by a defensive technology. There you go. He just gave him free sponsor plug in your microphone. So it connects to the computer. Let me finish my sentence. Okay. I don't know what I was gonna say go. Yeah. That's the point. Those are the ten dangerous cities in the US. I also wrote down the Tennessee didn't even tell me ten you told me three lost both going through the entire list. Give you top three of the towel was a ten. I am look at Baldwin was nine wait till you had a top ten, but you look at number two. I don't remember. I didn't write it down. But I wrote on the top three of top ten. Say no of the safest both more than there. Okay. So we'll say this in the US. I know this study. No, how do you know? I think you know, the state why I think I know the fifty stays so said the state, I would know estate it is. So do you wanna guess statement? Again, I'll give you the how many stations other countries have because we have fifty other other countries probably have like four four say seven. I was trying to Australia has we can have more than like one two three six right fulfilling that seven maybe is the whole con- is a continent, but is also considered a country. Yes. It's a it's the only country on the continent. Nice face squint. So I would have to make that emoji that looks like it's cost. But now that I operated messenger. Yes. I came out of the students for that too. Now my coming. Are three the they're not to any more one. Did this happen? When did they become three eighty when everyone upgraded? My phone does not have enough room to upgrade. I'm running a sixteen gigabyte phone right now. I don't have room. I have to like priorities that was not once never instruments. She didn't have Facebook on her phone. She didn't have any social media. Barely one on social media. I I did it grade my messenger until I went on one day because as the way we communicate because you don't have why or even have signal. So I didn't update the app until literally like this version is no longer supported you must have dated nor to us and keep your messages. I was like, no. No more communication with its Jong. To liter jog I had ru. Deborah. Delete you when I'm upset the legion. Save city. Oh, yes. Safest? Rain back real back. I thought you should shave a city like like sponsor a road and save us any I don't have that. Guess would you like to save the safest city? No, tardy safe. I don't need to save it true. If I give you the city, you wanna guess state. Carey Carey C R Y Carey like the creepy movie. See warmly like, Harry or something I think that's like a horror movie. Sure, I hate horror movies. Don't don't let me think about that. Okay. Kerry. Don't look for the answer or WI Carr. Why is it in the mid west? No west no east. Yes coast. Yes. Oh. Process. How we've been there. No north south like New England or southern I know what north and south is. I don't know if I want to give it away to you figure that out. So it, south sure. Yes. Because it's not. Oh, man. I all and my only options are. Georgia South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, I'm gonna go with Kerry is in South Carolina. Oh, so cool Carolina. Yes. I lived with us a North Carolina blood like. Yep. North Carolina, North Carolina Cary, North Carolina. Hi carey. This is my home snacks dot com. I forgot to say well site check people. Oh, and also I said, let's say state overall New Hampshire New Hampshire. Yeah. Really do they have colleges like big-name universities because they're mostly like, Massachusetts, Connecticut? Like, that's probably why nothing's in New Hampshire. Right. Is right next to all that since we're talking about danger and safety right dangerous. Yes. Chose a danger room and a foul was we says which crime would you most likely commit by play because play is pretty good at making quizzes. So are you ready to take this quiz because I wanna commit a crime? But you're making me in this have you heard of Westworld? No because apparently this life east world show. Yes. Yeah. As popular right now. Is it the cartoon? No, I think is real people. But it's like you can go into this alternate older ole to wonder neighbors and become Danny phantom or alternate world. And you like are put into this place. I think like a game. I haven't seen it. But I've heard about it. It a reality show. No, it's like a drum like like a scripted thing. So I think is something like where like you can enter this universe. And like there's no rules. You can do anything. You can kill anyone. You can do whatever you want and nothing will have on. How the first thing that came to my mouth is you can do anything. You can kill anyone because that's what everyone thinks about all. I can do anything who wanna kill. But once you like leave you go back to normal society in living abiding by the rules. So like in this world, you let out only angers already much. I think we're all your wildest dreams. So if you were in this world, what crime would you commit? That's what we're gonna find out. Oh, God is accurate. I don't wanna know go deep into my mind that that's what my page says it disappeared. See we don't need to know. Yours is still loaded Mike quiz page. You wait. What? No. I always have yours on the right and might on the left because I'm correct in. You are left you're gone play quiz, which crime. Would you most likely commit give you a hug, let's play and this one we both get to play and Indian hug not. Then, you know. I guess it's action action. So it's a verb. So I can't really give it. But anyway, no that means give you a hug, it's not that's kind of gross feces. Okocha are you done with your spiel here talking to you about disgusting crime? What I apparently. Just go number two. Right. I would give you a hug. I don't want that. Maybe laugh every time we got those little hugs a little. The little grace. I had those before they don't taste very good. They're a bunch of water. First of all, why didn't go little hugs where the big hugs. There's little ones. Do we have regular sized ones? I have no idea I've only ever seen little hugs. Maybe they only invent a little hugs who needs a big ones. Okay. Please. Which of these color combinations. Do you find the most fascinating question? One doing. No. I don't have color since. Here's your combinations. Black and green black and white Wren yellow multi-color or Reddin red red in red. We'll the company this show, you the colors, we'll be any shade. Well out of those. I was a blue and orange, but there's no blue, and I know those are my favorite colors, but has to be turquoise. And it has a bright deep orange fine pick any show on I was a black and like a neon. Green black gangrene ready yellow. Why are you hungry like McDonald's? What far you barely running yellow or colors that make you hungry. That's why McDonald's reading yellow I was for Hungary earlier, very horsing about food. I'm always thirsty. Yeah. Me too nothing to drink. I'd say always I'm very. Thirsty right now. I'm always thirsty. Give me every lately since we started the lemon water thing lime water thing. I'm always I need to get hungry an hour after breakfast. And I'm like, I'm not gonna make to lunch. Okay. Number two. Imagine your child at daycare. And another child has toys you want to play with. What do you do kick? The other Charles toys away from him. So he can't play with them anymore. Pushed a kid out of the way. Oh my God. These are violent asked to share the toys or steal it fired. Does these things like go see in the corner and just do nothing? That's what I would do speaking of. Because when you said that reminded me of my first day at preschool. I cried you always cry baby. What always cry? Remember you crying yet? You weren't there. I remember the story. Why the off a preschool, and I would not let her go because we never really been out anywhere before. Then. So I was like why she leaving me in this crazy foreign place. So I was crying. And then like I just sat down this little table in the back. Whereas like, this will play table just sat there crying. And the teacher was like like they were all sitting in the circle, you know, she's like you come join us whenever you know, like trying to be on nice about. And I was just sad. I was crying. I finally stopped and that I met life. I best friend there. They finally went to the circle, and I just sat there still like sniffling. But then I met my first best friend was good. And then I like going there after that you had a friend. I had a friend now so be friends with people, then they won't cry and be lonely. Apply. It all ages of your life. Yes, that's one telling people to wipe her say. Per se high lonely in that car go let the toddlers cry. It's been my option. But I guess I would ask to share it. But I'm too shy to do that. So I was sit there and be like, please let me play with you. I would go with that choice to kick them or they know take me to take the toy from me you'd be the kid toys taken from. Yes, I'd be like I didn't want it. Anyways. I like to play go cry question. Number three. Imagine you are in school. And you forgot to study for a big test that you don't want to fail. Oh, God happened a lot actually. Yeah. I know in college. Yeah. Well, that I study so hard in college off she we have a quiz. I find minutes till cost. Flip flip folk having. I got this test. Even if I were studying, I probably wouldn't I look out. Yeah. So which of these choices would you most likely take purchase the answer key from Tommy that school bat a S s who sells answers to the schools on hug. Skills. Sells answers to the schools tests set afire in a trash can to set off the fire alarm. So that the test will be cancelled like steal the answers from the principal's office. Why was the principal? Have the answered understand? Why they always show that why does the principal? Always have all the answer. She's like like writing you need they have everything or steal somebody else's work. She and notes, they will know more than you. They will know more than you have a will know more than you. I guess like take their answers and put your name on is that what? Where they don't have any answers to like when they turn in their test like committed as yours. I don't know how you do that inter I won't get any of those answers. So would you purchase the answer from Tommy set afire in a trash can steal from the principal's office or steal somebody else's worksheet and notes one will committing arson or do they mean before when you're trying to study you'll take someone else's notes and study, I only gonna study any Hannity just gonna take his answers. Yeah. Like, see what he writes? Yeah. That's the least destructive. Yeah. At least criminal offense of them. Again. I don't understand why the principal would have the exactly when the professor have their own answers. Okay. Feels like high school or something when the teacher lies a principal have all the answers. Yeah. They wouldn't real life does not TV show. So let's go with I would steal whoever because I'm not paying for. No an. Because we on. I was a kid people would probably like cheat off of. Oh, yeah. That's the only reason people talk to me. Well, that's not nice people need to wave to her. If you ever see her car, it's a lonely. It's gray olive green Toyota Corolla, and I say olive green like that. Because it is not for what angle does it look green, the the actual color when she bought the car was falcon grey where do the olive green from that everyone always says green when I go we wanna go to like the service done. They write green. They say green Toyota's ready. And then they what I went to car wash the olive green. Toyota's done. Yeah. They came in the olive green Toyota Corollas done. It's like well. That's not us. But that's our car. You're finished with falcon gray. So she dries a olive south in gray. Green Corolla and the license plate number is. And she goes down. Twenty seven every day. Hi, wipers, say, hi, even if it's not raining, Hong say go Hong 'cause then she'll be like, why are you honking at me? And freak me. She'll be like feet. The person behind that would have to be like me because apparently her horn doesn't hawk or hawk doesn't hall Esso's tried to get the person in front of me to go because they were sitting at a green light for so long not moving and I pushed the horn. And just like be like excuse me. Please move, sir. You my car's polite. He has Hello. Please move come on in the car behind. Please move what he said. So if you see her please say, hi, doesn't even have to be raining. Just put some light before vice random person wave of me. I'll be like what they waving because they are trying to be nice in the moment. I'll be like now. When are we talking about people being nice, you know, you just went off on tangents until your brain it just fills out? Sometimes I pumped too hard. Now, I'm pumping with two hands massage. It. He's a little massage to wake up and start going on tangents. Those people need to wake up inside. So they can pull stuff out of the right pile cabinets. People prayed on my God. No wonder we go in every which direction the more people. There are the more stuff that happens. Oh, gosh. Huckabee. Huckabee. Nice question. I think is number four you're harassed by a man who stole your phone what? Now, there's nothing on there. There's no room. I need a new one anyways burnt down the house. Nobody takes my phone. Wait, what you burn down his house or do? Burn out your own down his house. Okay. Like, you break the windows on his house and spray paint has vehicle vandalism. He took my phone took his everything we took his everything took is everything. Oh boy. Oh, yes. Oh, oh, wait. Oh, if you plug my phone in spec-, I can hack this computer scare him into giving my phone back threaten the man's life or steal his phone. That's karma. Yeah. Just probably still his phone. I I'm not smart enough to hack, and I'm not letting fire Tam vandalizing anything. I get caught. That's not going to happen. What would you do wanna do the burning the house, it wouldn't break the windows? I can't hack, and I doubt I'll be able to take his everything I'm gonna go steal his phone because copying me because I'm your twin? You're not everyone says we are your mind older by two one and a half year twin to one older two one. Okay. Order ready for one slow estimation points in this on these questions at very serious. You I'm prison because you got caught committing crime. You must now excape because you still is. At least it didn't arson van. What do you do set the building on fire everything on find ourselves everything? Okay. I know what's going to happen to that person. Set the building on fire. They will have to move all the inmates, and you can escape steal the keys from the guard run where are you going to run crate devices and weapons with scraps and tools around you gathered the other inmates and admits? Gather the other inmates and riot steel I house not gonna help you escape steal keys. I guess when they're trying to control, and then they're distracted, and you can get out still keys and find the controls to all the prisoners will be free. What snakes steal the keys and the controls to unlock all the purse prisoner. Be free. My little butterflies. I don't get it a lot all the prisoners my little butterfly. There's no punks. Thanks, right. Actuations puzzles here. In between. So one sentence punctuation because there's no pets as there's no punctuates. Punctuation pencils last choice. Stab the guards. In your way. You will never get past. With just a pair of keys too. Many of them will do anything violent. So give it roll. The stabbing arsoning who's gonna run? Running into walls. I'm not gonna let all of them free because I don't deserve to be there. But they probably do their prisoners for a reason. So no front flying away. My butterflies. You're not my butterflies. I don't own any butterflies. So I would just deal the keys in the skate myself, and then run and that order not just run you need some way to get out. I it'd be too scared and worried to steal keys like, I don't think I could do it. What would you do just rhyming? Probably gotta the immense and start a riot intimate inmates them wearing mitts. Yes. Make those distraction and I slept out in the cafeteria. And I get everyone to riot. And then get out somehow get out if you have the job be the keys, then you just get out you need to do any of that in hiding you decide to get this'll be of the question. Yes is in hiding. Escape. Now, you you're not gonna be fun. It's not capitalized. So I thought you know, there was the word before or something personally to check their grammar. No punctuation. No punctuate. No, saying, no capitalization emits in hiding, you decide to get your old crime team back together and get revenge for those cruel blue shirts for putting you in prison. How do you get your event steal all the items in the evidence locker you just contaminated all the evidence? And now that won't be missile in court 'cause there anymore friends major. What did you have an easier time getting outta harder time will we'd be able to cover our tracks better. Right. They radically not really. But we'll be able to catch ourselves. Like all. I did that. I don't think I would be too. I feel like we too nervous and stress that I wouldn't think about it. I wouldn't I would make an easy mistake. No. I would escape it and eyelid be the cons back and be like. Yep. She did it there for figure right there. Oh, I know where she left a finger. A found it right there. Right. Where new she left. It smart. Smarts. My burn the police station to the ground. Grab some weapons and go shoot out the police station who needs prevents. But hey, one last Bank, heist could make you a legend steel police car and go on Joel ride hack. The police stations computer network, obviously, I know where that answer is gonna make you crime. You're gonna be a hacker just like the arsonist keep hiring things. Why don't wanna burn anything? There was option for that. Right. Yeah. Burn the station down to the ground. Like. I feel like the computer hacking would be the least Massey of the options. I will magically what you do that. I would imagine it become a hacker and hack away. What would you do definitely burn? That's not much of a deal the evidence. 'cause what do I guess you like all the? Steal price the one related to me. But I wouldn't steal all this too risky. So movie my second option because I didn't wanna do any of the other stuff, and I'm not gonna get weapons start shooting the police station. See we're not criminals look at that. I can't even shoes crime that I would want to do who needs prevent. I don't always get revenge. But when I do Beck hacking, the police stations computer network or going on joining a police car really interesting, though, young hack, pretty yeah. Hack and lastly, leave a little bit too chance. Do you pick their six boxes? There's nothing in it. They'll blank you just pick one one two three four five or six. But when you said the first one on a peered was the top right corner of the first row, I'm gonna go with the bottom middle one high. My answer is being calculated your account fated. Wow. Really? Fast. Same answer petty thief will yet because we're not we're not in the big leagues you most likely commit a crime, petty theft STO small items for people are stores. Yeah. That's all. I'm capable of doing. I probably wouldn't even be able to do that. I let lock and be like, I'm here to steal your never mind. Steal your customer service. Gotcha there anything else going to steal items from it. Yeah. Like seriously. I I don't guess do people that purse. Oh, I'm sorry. I touched that I'll sell it for lower come over to your customers. So we're not going to be very good at committing crimes, which is a good thing. Because you won't basing us in any police stations anytime soon, other you guys would be implications could possibly see you please station if you work in the crime lab, very to remind you won't be seeing behind bars all of us who are investigating a crime. I don't okay never mind. We won't be arrested anytime soon or ever ever anytime soon, are you? Now, we won't be arrested ever. So that's a good thing. White my hands this shenanigans. Let us know what crime you would commit. We'll put the link to the quiz mouth for real, Jerry. Yes. We'll put the link to the quiz on our website are joining us in pebbled thief, or are you going something more serious? Oh, gosh. If you are. I'm scared, please, don't arson everything. But let us know that I know how far Steinway from you guys. I will still leave to you. So you don't burn my car. I'll still say hi on the road still wiper wave wiper wave. Enjoy your commute. And as always you can find us on Instagram Twitter and Facebook at dry with us podcast. We'll see you next time breaks e you made here destination. Thank you. We're still going. Park it in the garage parked cues parking.

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The Nine Realms 1-6: Everspring Cleaning

Warp Lords Podcast

1:45:01 hr | 3 months ago

The Nine Realms 1-6: Everspring Cleaning

"Burn hey everybody welcome back to another episode of the podcast today. We are in store for an episode of nine realms session six to be exact the final episode of the First Mini Arc. I'm jared I'M GONNA BE YOUR DM. Today and I'm joined by all of our players here today. We've got Mike Danger Devon Dylan and Graham. Introduce yourself guys. Tell me a little bit about your characters and later on we will go back over what happened last week. my name is Mike and I play. Yard Moon Fang. Who is a slightly edgy but totally lovable? Both Elf no not a Wolf L. DOT slightly. Either he's a he's a wolf. Owl is a an owl wolf and I wanted to take a firm stance here. This is the seventh session that we've played also known as SEC sessions. Six makes no sense. Yes because the first one was a prologue That was a session. We played those things happen. Everybody agree with me. It's a session zero. This is session. Six though sessions zero criticized Mike criticized Mike. Why are you so opposed to the concept of prologues? No it's not the kind of frogs it just makes file naming really difficult zero. I did but then it got all fucked up. Whatever move on I I'm danger. I'm a person that's moving on. I play seasonal Finnegan the lovable barred and most useful character in the party. And he's a shark. Did you say that? I don't think you know it didn't but yes I am a shark. I'm a shark who roams the streets playing wonderful music. I am a street shark. That's Joson really you of all people are GonNa make that. Hey it's literally this show. Yeah I've never seen the funniest childhood in the night fun. I worked in a factory. Get a pass that you get a pass because you worked in a factory definitely had street sharks team viewings. I was knitting needs. They're things that everybody months street. Sharks was definitely aw. Great Room. Crt while anyway. I'm Devon and I play Hannibal Iron Tusk the elephant person yes. He's really big and he's searching for some lost elephant treasure and he's basically better than Kiara everything he is just a really great guy like he brings grumbling Jerky to starving orphans. Stuff like that. He's a real do-gooder with a big hammer and big heart. Yeah that's amazing. That should be your catchphrase. I'm a genius Big Hammer. Bigger heart big hair. Bigger hard said Dick still in from the office. I am Dylan. Lie implying professor hoots worth and I am the smartest person in the Party and the world and I am also a master chef your intelligence status three. We know this. I was really hoping that we never found out but we found out like in session three or two depending on who you ask. I slipped up. That was my mistake. I have the biggest brain in the party quite a bit. Yeah he well. He cooks with his stomach. Not His brain. He believes that he is the smartest person in the world and as a priest who thinks he's a scholar what he believes is true. Oh Okay I gotcha. I didn't know you were playing a Republican. I get it now. I see that's topical also timeless. I mean he does have a job title. He is not qualified for. I'm Graham and I am playing fender more gail deep the the swashbuckling otter who is also along for an adventure is basically his motivations. Just here to have an adventure and to find the author. Why will he knows where it is? He just has to get it back for the record. I wanted to be from Ottawa recall. We settled on his boat being called that for the audience. I mean that was behind the scenes thing indubitably great entrance guys what do you guys remember is us the only sounds paper. Say that it's patronizing so tell me. Tell me what you guys remember last week. Try to start start from the beginning of possible got had some men. We left a homeless guy to starve under a bridge. Oh yeah that guy. Leave him to starve. We gave him jurors. We gave Jerky sh- michaels and we throw them over the bridge in the water near him. Yeah but he picked him up he picked up picked him up with his bootstraps. Jesus Christ yeah. We definitely didn't let that NPC into the party. We didn't even let him into camp later that night. You guys mean nameless homeless man. I don't remember whose name I never interact with him. No one asked him. Yeah exactly 'cause he lives under a bridge jared. He lives under a bridge. She has a nail guy. Ask Him what his name is yet. Did homeless bear have a name? Bernard Awful. Well let's be happy so I mean you're right. I'm just so glad that I didn't ask in game to be under well after we didn't interact with Bernhard as potentially desired We wandered off to find another unhelpful. Npc and that was York bureau has dark. Yeah Fuck Bjork. I'll come on. He wasn't that bad. He Bjork's girl. I did not like the ARC. She was the worst. Her family got murdered by giant cows. Lots of people's families get murdered by giant cows. I mean you know not always giant cows. It could be other giant things. It's EXP- especially unfortunate when your family's killed by herbivores sure I mean it is. It's it definitely throws you for a loop but doesn't mean you can be mad at your job. We did revenge since the whole thing. Now there's a lot of vengeance away their sole reason for living. What was that Dylan? Revenge against the cows was their sole reason for living and we took that from them. Yes they didn't really get much revenge there. Are we the bad people or is she the bad person? I think we're all bad people. I mean I think we're the neutral people as right now. Wouldn't explicitly say we're bad people. There's no alignment system and were lords guys. So chill fuck out. That doesn't change the fact that we can be evil or good. I'm the bringer of Jerky. So I'm good. Yeah I cured. Aligns as neutral edgy? I am the definition of chaos will if it if it wasn't a parent we I found a bunch of two-headed bowls that were kind of like corrupt from Uttar. God love crafty in pile of others. Grand utter the grand other. Yeah it was a cow on top of a pile of others and it had some nasty. We're broken gems in its forehead. Kiara murdered it by himself because he's a bad ass and seasonal did some things to Yet once again I think I set a record for most wounds dealt in a short period of time as I you know explosive a room full of cows and today exploded. It was afraid of incredible. Doubt one of the things to add the very beginning of the episode professor who's worth went through some weird whibley wildly Tommy. Why in the fuck it was. He went through while we believe time. You Ivy Doctor. Who thing then. When you guys teleported. He went through some weird weird dark thing big face and then he may be so the party. You all are standing amidst a bunch of desecrated corpses of ten gremlins. Their heads have been exploded as pieces of skull in bits of brain matter. Litter the floor of the forest ahead of you is one cow previously known as the grand utter as well as four docile. Gremlins or two headed bull thingies key yard is stands there with his bloody crescent tether and the rest of the party are eyeing these corpses probably thinking about more jerky. What do you guys do? Hey Jared did I get dirty? After you know producing all that carnage less last session. Despite several bull heads exploding simultaneously as your explosive penetrated their skulls. You're standing behind or on top of I forget a large stone wall. That was erected by Hannibal's major affinity ability. You know you didn't get you did not get coop awesome totally hose you off with my. I is if you did get dirty though Do I see who it's worth from where I am do? Yeah sure? Hey who's worth over here? A twist my head around one hundred eighty degrees from what? I'm doing which is helping Hannibal. Prepare the meat. Why you gotTA talk to this cow whenever happened here. It all stems from this cow. That was on top of that pile. Voters I I think you're animal speaking skills the useful here. Okay I suppose I am the only one smart enough to speak cow. Yes that's right. You're the only one that's smart enough to speak cow. I twist my head back around to Hannibal. You can take it from here then. I fly overtook yard. That trust that I see from that. Al So weird proven himself competent in areas related to Jerky and talking to Ryan rocks yet. So you walk in his general direction. What you do. I'll fly over to work. Yard is and turn to the cow that he is suggesting that I talked to yet. This wanted the one that you know. I it seems pretty unassuming now but it was. This thing was kind of leaving the pack. You should ask it what happened nopal cow. What happened here lease no move or knew more what I do. Want to give birth Daddy. More he's my God it's Okay. It's over now really dice. Trust to try to calm this Gremlin. What is the check? That would be charisma. I would I would imagine charisma. Can I help him? Can I assist him? He's the one that's actually talking to it so I feel should be dealing That is a six at of less than six. So now what is it that you want to know what happened to your people will awhile ago? This big guy came. Put these put these gems on my head and I don't really remember that much anything after that. It was just scary. I couldn't control my actions. It was just birth forthing forthing into utter darkness. It was scary calm down. What did the guy who was a big Guy Helbig? I don't know you all look the same to me. I point over a Hannibal and go that. Dig or smaller. Yeah us about that. Big maybe a little bigger. Who's worth what is he saying? Someone about Hannibal size place. The in the cows forehead What did what did he look like? She said that we all look the same is. That's not really a reasonable we. We all look very different world completely. Different species I don't understand why what I do. Cows look the same to you to cows. They look very different from one another. Yeah but we're not like all cows where like year now. I'm an hour wolf. He's an elephant like out. Ask him ask him again. Like the kind of person it was did. The big person have any sort of distinguishing features tasks for well for I guess it only had one head two arms. It stood up. It was really big guy. What color was for like white-ish? Thank you had wait for and only one head ask him. Ask Him if he looks like me but with for did they look anything like this person here and I point at yard The cow turns its head slowly and begins hobbling its way in Keywords Direction. And then kind of gives you the once over a guess. I don't know like I said kind of all. Look the same to me too. Is One mild hazard dumb? The knows he's still looking around who think it had feathers. He said that this person did not have feathers. I think I feel like it was guard. Lock ask him if it was guard. Lock I don't think the cow knows who guard lock is I just ask them. Alright right does the Name Guard. Lock sound familiar to you. Go Guard log. Would kind of name is that no. It's a really stupid name. It's not an aluminium kidding. I was like fuck my character. Stupid name because he doesn't understand what the cows saying. I don't know the name doesn't mean anything to me very well. She said that she doesn't know if it was guard. Lock all right. Well I think we got everything we can get out of this cow here. That's not really he. Also get jerky edifice cow. I say that not cat language kind like we shouldn't. This has been through quite a lot. I feel like we shouldn't kill. We look look look at what we have and you kind of just like. Hey Jared is our did we. Did we find the source like we find the jam that we're trying to get that was in some sort of fountain the ever spray? The found out he didn't do that yet. We got the black aspirin you you like. Uncorrupted the forest essentially The things that fucked up the superfluous. Simple booms enforce them away from this place to begin with are now not threatening the place anymore. All right. Well I'M GONNA LOOK FOR. I'M GONNA look for the the thing we're here for. I'm we look for the the fountain. Sure I assume you're going to go into scout mode here real quick so let's just kind of quickly go back to the the group here. let's see what this Jerky crew is doing. Oh I've been sitting up on top of the rockwall past my willpower check as I got bored of looking to the ground being a dirty and didn't WanNa jump down so I started playing music on top of the Rock Wall. Oh lovely what kind of. What kind of a tune are you strumming? Were you singing? Are you snapping I'm singing a little bit I cast water threads on my or so you know and played a little bit of like loot tunes kind of like soothing calming relaxing vibes. After you know that Varia high intensity situation we were just in trying to get everybody to be chill. I Dude Romi style for it. My Dude for sure. It's a blackjack that's a six out of six. My Guy All right You guys Meaning Kiara and professor you suddenly notice that the cow now is more soothed and no longer freaking out anymore. The other four bulls as well. Hannibal what are you doing here? He said Professor said to get the meat ready of getting the meat ready. All right. That's right. You ready that meet for big boy. It's getting jerk. Affi- There's so much me I have to triage the the prime cuts. We're going to eat a montage for this tower but up a bath by by Pope Fen phen more. What's the what's more up to He's not really doing anything in particular. He's watching all of these people do without context. Let's call them strange things you. It was kind of taken that in taking it all in. He's along for the ride is in the passenger seat. All right Yeah so Kiara you said you wanted to go towards the ever spring Do you recall which direction that's in? I mean yes I don't I don't know relative to what sure so. Basically you guys have been trapping. Guys HAVE BEEN TRAVELING UPSTREAM IN. Bjork the useless pomeranian superfluous. Simple Bam as Dangerous so politely said informed you that the ever spring if you keep travelling upstream you'll eventually reach it. I would follow the Stream. So you're following the stream at the you know the forest is already relatively dance and you. Kinda are walking up up this area. The the bed of the Stream is kind of like a bunch of rocks and then to the side Everything is just vibrantly. Green vibrantly green. It's getting denser. Denser colors rain actually as you approach further the green trees fuck you devon replaced by deep indigo carnation trees. Mcculler has changed and the incline of the of the Stream. Begins to get a bit more vertical hustling. You're hustling ask. Yes so you. Climb up this path in you as you pass through these deep indigo carnation trees. That are not at all green. Fuck you Devon Anyway Kiara when you reach the top of the hill you see a large well of water. It's about ten feet in diameter and it's shooting water upward it's spewing it rapidly upward and it kind of is just falling in these kind of gentle. Iraqi had a waterfall thing in the gentle rocky waterfall. Kind of thing. Moving back where you came from. Yes I go in. You jumped into the spring. Okay I mean that's where the How good are you swimming? I'm great at smellier now Okay so as you jump into the Water. You can see distantly Ah DIM blue gem at the very bottom Romania strength check. Three six are at your fighting this current. It's very fast current and it's really hard for you You're making some progress. Romi another strength check. Eight hundred six You lose a fair bit of progress as your arms begin to Kinda get tired. Romi vitality check three out of five. Your breath is fine for now You are still very far away from this this jam here. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa Shadow step. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA use a an ability. I have that can tell me forward. Do I see it? What's the range on it Five Meters Times magic rank. Which is rank Sushi? So fifty meters you teleport forward you are about halfway all right Romi vitality Dice get Outta here eighty-five Yours at this point. You're kind of reaching the end of your breath. This is not looking good for you. As you are progressing further down through the ever spring the current is greater and greater role and other strength at disadvantage. That's seven zero six. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA at this point. I kind of like. Yeah Yeah I'm just GONNA Kinda put my arms out let it propelled me up to the top yeah It propels you upward as you flow out of the ever spring you land gently on a stack of rocks next to a waterfall. As you flashback episode one. Can I talk to fish? God Damn it. I'M GONNA run. I'm GONNA run back. Then find my one of my aquatic friends either. The Shark or the outer covers closer once again. The ground is dirty. I have not left So you make your way back from the ever spring to the party. The party is currently doing what they do with Stacks of Jerky. How's the cutting process? Go and boys. I'm not cutting WHO's worth. Are you helping them out at this point? Of course. I'm helping all right? I don't I don't have a blade. Tenderizer sort the cuts of meat as we are cutting them into different purposes. I rip things off and then give them two hoots worth to fillet down. I'm sorting them into things to make jerky with things to make stew with things to make steak with to forget the bone broth. Oh we can't forget the bone broth but we got to get all the meat off the bones I you. You can't forget the bone broth so another thing worth noting there's also twenty horns on the ground of sick. There's ten the head of theirs. Oh okay has been like instrument not happening. There's exactly twice. As many brass horns are higher string quartet is now like on the ground. Suddenly there's twenty. Trombones on the jared jared. There's forty horns because they're headed bulls and he killed. Tell Shit. Yeah no you're right. My math was bad having as good as it should have been. I think we got a new side. Business Boys we're going to start selling drinking horns get ORANJE. Well I think you already had four horns. Yeah we did. We could switch up from being the Jerky boys to be in the Horny boys. Thou- God damnit of calling ourselves. The horny boys we have to choose. Why can't we be the Horny Jerky Boys? That's a very good point seven. You're right venturing away from this this this very funny joke. Yeah what do you? What do you guys do about all these forty horns put them in the car your car to bid away? Blow them up to turn these into drinking horns. I can collect these in I can. I can put them in my bag. Gentleman don't worry continue. Prepping the meat just as you are. Thanks chief I like. I jumped down jared and I'd try and land on his little bits of carnage possible and tiptoe around or if you will. Yeah I mean you can. The the forest floor is absorbing. The blood the dirt. I have an idea. Yes just so that. We don't get our shoes dirty. While we're walking around handling the me and wearing a more sanitary environment can I use the water element of my i? Beams to like hose down the floor. Of course you can. I will do that all right. So see soul watches as water spews out of professor. Who were? It's actually very mad now because madeleine shorts doing your tainting our Jerky with magic nonsense. Not suffering the JERKY. I'm spraying the ground around Jerky. Oh Okay we'll just make sure you don't get any magic on the JERKY. Don't ruin it. I won't get any magic on the JERKY. Don't you worry? Jump Up and like you spray under my legs and then like I jumped back on the ground and my legs begin to start turning into a tail and I start having to climb back up like Oh this is this is wonderful but I I can't get wet without having to swim All right but thank you profess I. This is this has been a bit helpful. It'll just take me a while to collect these horns now perfect so yeah. See so Finnegan. You are a horn collector. Probably the Hornets boy at this point are more jerky boys. I don't want to Brag but I'm the Horn East jerky boy in the. I don't want to Brag but So Kiara your your adventure. Here is taking a little bit. It was a bit of a ways. So I'm going to kind of let them go on a bit longer with this before you make your way back Yeah so Hannibal and Professor the two of you have a bit of experience with this but ten carcasses is a bit more than you. Then you really fucked with before. So it's GonNa be it's GonNa be a little bit longer before you guys. You're triaging perfect. Do you need any any further assistance. Say this as I'm like finished collecting the horns if you would like assistance prepping the me. You're more than welcome to hell. Well I mean this is going to take quite a bit of time so I figured I might as well help if yeah why. Don't you use that sonic ability? You got there just like on the joints you know. Separate them all and it'll be easier to render them then Yes I'll break down. These caucuses more absolutely So yeah I would go around casting exclusive. Oh Hey Devon rolling intelligence fail you do not put two and two together. That his explosive. Oh yelling ability would taint your meet with magic okay? You don't notice that go get that barred survey GIS. Yeah this one way. Are you going to draw distinction in your mind? Is His Hannibal Cooler Barred Magic No? He's not with magic of any kind he just forgot arts are majors. He just really talented. Shit. I am talking powerful. It is okay so I want each of you to roll one check. Choose what it is I would say probably style but Hannah is probably using. Experience could be wisdom or intelligence. But just roll. What you think would be most appropriate. Tell me if you pass or fail. Yeah absolutely I passed. I got a one so that would have asked any stat. I have a hard no. I wrote a twelve at a six. I also roll the one. Okay are you doing it using your experience or your intellect or just sheer willpower to make jerky all right cool. Though Yeah Eric Power. Just absolute jerk power. I got a nine out of ten rolling for charisma so I'm watching them really well. Perfect yeah so yeah. You're getting real in their your eyeballs. He he's like the expediter he's like overseeing like triaging in expediting the process. I'm like a state worker. I'm watching everyone else. Do it. Perfect so yeah you your your site somehow. Aids them in their them. Knowing that you're watching makes them afraid to fuck up and therefore still did that? That all happens and you guys do a really good job. Your previous experience of using this would one carcass before definitely makes you significantly faster You guys have made your way through the beginning stages of all ten carcasses as keyword returns guys are doing excellent jobs. Great work as I arrive on the scene. I'd probably see fen doing nothing from what I can tell. These expediting yeah. I tell that he's not doing a ton of stuff that he's just kinda standing there. Telecom supervising expediting is work. Yes but yeah you do see that so you feel free to interpret that in that way if you would like to a fan. Hey I need your help over here. We need to we need to grab this gem out of the ever spring and I'm not very good at swimming but you are Can we can we read? Kawhi was sitting down while supervising. You never you never said that you weren't that I recall sitting down so I'm GonNa make a big Mon just like Very slowly get up and Char- follow you to get the gym. Yeah so as you walk that way. A yellow shirt with diagonal black diagonal black line peers. And you become Charlie Brown. I notice no difference anyway. Yeah so so you agree to go with him then all right. It only looks like I was doing something very important secretly between us. I wasn't doing anything. Yeah I could tell that it's fine. You're GonNa do something now because I can't I can't swim for Shit and the thing we're here for is at the bottom of this. Well I think you can get it. Because you're you know an auditor. You could swim well since. I'm just assume I can swim. Well I mean yeah you live in the fucking water. I mean one would assume that I could do well in cold temperatures the same way. I would assume you can swim. Can you swim? Maybe I can't maybe I can't. I'm pretty sure you can't get. This is going to be a problem if you can't swim through just Kinda just mother like leads away okay. You can't you can't swim then you're swimming. You're good at it even right. You're good at swimming. I can swim. Yeah okay let's go swimming. You can't swim Kiara Weird. Oh we're remember how you're like. Swimming is better than taking a canoe. Now WanNa go you WANNA go into well. You want to try to get this thing. If you're oh get it for in how down in the well was this. Maybe he can reach it without even swimming. It can just is pretty far down. It's like thirty meters down but now I'm sure I'm sure Hannibal can get it fine and won't get stuck in the wall and drought kids only come along come along and hey you can get the first back at Hannibal if you if you WanNa try this indefinitely. Not Drought. Go for it. You should probably still come with us fan because you know just just insurance. I got this. Oh don't don't worry Cunard I'm coming. I need to see this Hannibal you have at this point finished all of your prep work so if you did want to accompany you could. I'm going all right so I lead them. I lead the way yeah So the three of you What have I got called? One point. Fairweather fuckers Hannibal Fan and Kiara. Begin making their way up the stream. The site is familiar. Sorry the site is the same as what I described. Before the forest gets denser and denser the vibrant vibrant vibrant Green Green Green trees eventually shift In color the trees. The color of the trees does shift as you approach a bunch of deep indigo carnation trees The inclined gets steeper and eventually reached the top of this hill. At the top of the hill you see a well of water that's spewing out crystal clear water Inside of this well you can see at the bottom a very dimly glowing blue gem. Would you do animal this? Is you money? Get the gym. Does he look like he can fit in the well? It's ten feet in diameter so so yes yeah easily. It's like not even particularly tight for him. He could like he could flow. He jumps in it displaces. Most of the water yes. This was thirty beaters. There's like one foot of water in here to dive down and pick up the gym with my trunk. Well the first thing that happens is your character. Hannibal actually has a fear of this exact thing afraid of see this. This is freshwater apologies. I don't think that's I think the the gem gets to decide whether that's out. Yes so you in and as you do about A huge boom of water comes up and it completely shoots over as as some of it is shot down the The stream there you jump into this water and you can feel a strong trajectory a strong stream pushing you up words and you kind of fighting. It rolled me a strength. Nine out of ten. You're a very very strong so this current various is two varies even very very strong. So you definitely overpower the stream and you're kind of making your way through. It is very far down though So it's GonNa take you a little while. Romi vitality to have six. Yeah so so far so good. You're swimming down your about a quarter of the way there at this point You feel distinctly as the water current increases. Romi another strength eight of ten right on so again. You fight this and you feel it at this point. You're kind of deep under the water and you can feel the actual pressure of the water on your on you And Yeah it's it's starting to get real here Romania vitality. Oh it's so real it's very re-live of six perfect At this point you are about halfway down again. You're still fighting it. It's kind of tiring honestly at this point. You're you're definitely you know you're strong boy. But this is this is like a full sprint. But under water Romi a strength at disadvantage Manage role to details in. Give me the higher results. Tad Perfect So yeah so again. You're coming through here and yet you're you're now very closely approaching the bottom of this. Romeo and other vitality at disadvantage. Same thing two snake is all right to cool. So you're hanging in there. You are surprisingly good at holding your breath. The game where sing is is a good thing sometimes. Not Sometimes right at this point. You're probably about fifteen to twenty feet from the bottom of it. It's like in your site now stretched out my trunk. How much extra room does that give me all right? Let's say you have a four foot trunk but usually you have. It curled like they go one of those ferns fiddle head like it usually isn't all the way dangling down like a weird gotta talk it back a little bit. Yeah this is something that should be very difficult for you to do is what I'm trying to say. So I want you to roll me three more strength checks and if managed to not roll eleven or twelve on any of them than than you will have succeeded nine four ten. Okay so yeah. You're swimming through swimming. You Swim in and you eventually reach out with your trunk specifically and grab onto this blue gem as soon as you touch this ever stone you suddenly feel weightless The water pressure was so heavy in dense before but suddenly lessons in you feel at ease. bubbles begin to flow up. Until you can't see anything anymore as your vision clears you find yourself. Standing in a circular underwater plaza and and then the two of you are standing up here as suddenly the top. The top of this ever spring just starts. Exploding everywhere bubbles going. It's clearly something something is happening until you guys both get consumed in water and you also find yourself in this same room which I'm about to describe what the Fuck Hannibal what'd you do not yet. Because I have to describe the room. I the three of you you find yourself. Standing in a circular underwater plaza. But you can't feel the pressure of this room. Everything is just different shades of blue around the edges of the circle or columns and beyond that. You just see open. See There's a fountain in the middle of this room. That somehow seems to be flowing water underwater. But yeah beyond that you can't see anything however at the other side of on the other side of this fountain is a ten foot tall order looking being women thing wearing a crown somehow. Her skin doesn't seem to be made a for at all but instead a weird metallic bronze lake substance is this something that should or could recognize Roll Roll for intelligence denier all to remember what the simple been sad about this whole thing. 'cause I don't sure Yeah Role Intelligence. You said intelligence right. Sure that's a no six four. You're okay my way. Let Me Resolve. Granting Graham You don't like this doesn't seem obvious to you but you definitely know that you've never seen an honor. That's this big before. Also what the fuck where is the for? Why is it like this weird metallic Bronze Lake thing that seems weird And your turn Hannibal. You're rolling to remember what the superfluous simple been said. And what am I intelligence okay? It's not a very high number so I fail nine of three. You don't really remember the specifics. But the gist that you remember like you. Kinda weren't really paying attention. But it's like Yada Yada Yada ever stone something about Stone that brings life to the forest and they needed because their transportation crystal isn't working and that's holding you back. Adam really give a shit. I just wanted to find the librarian probably I. I've got the crystal. So Oh yeah. It's actually nine your hand anymore. Where is it now? It first of all it was in your trunk. Yes and yeah. It's not there anymore. What the fuck. What the L. Hannibal would you do? What is this? Well I got gem like I said I would as actually very easy like taking candy from a baby. I would be embarrassed if I couldn't get that. Jeb SUSPECT INCREDIBLY. Pathetic not yeah. I'm sure it was but but you don't seem to have the gym. Do I mean where the fuck are we now? I don't know what did you do. You fucked it up obviously touch the gym like you asked me to. Yeah you fucked it up. I don't I don't know what's going on while they're bickering. Can I approach the Big Otter? Try and talk to absolutely GME IT Hannibal. I'm going to do that. Like hey hello is. Are they aware of like? Are they moving or is it like a statue? Oh this person's live. Okay they are aware okay. Perhaps I can answer some of your questions. That'd probably be helpful. We don't know where the hell we are. Well Yeah what are the elephant do while we're at the bottom of the well obviously doesn't really seem like it. Actually we're not at the bottom of the well. No Yeah Hannibal were not at the bottom of the well. I am the Al-Matar my child and she looks directly at you fend Jesus Christ our way. I would assume that means something now. It seems like this person might be like the celestial being the otter. Hey Lady can you put me back on land? I can but I I wanted to. I wanted to talk to you. All you were teleported here by the ever stone to talk like by magic. No Not Magic. More of a supernatural thing. Oh okay then this deal. What are you some sort of God or something why are why are we here to talk though? Well that's a complicated question I wouldn't say that I'm a God. I'm I'm in a theory in but you none of you would know what that is. Why are you here to talk the nine realms? They're in trouble and I believe that the ever stone thought that you could help. Speaking of which the ever stone is reaching out to your companions right now to come and talk as well in case they would like to. I'm the one that God ever so I should be the only one talking Hannibal. No one wants to travel to say. Oh billard wants to hear anything for a guy who could ever stone so really quick. No one sees this beginning part but to bubbles pop out from the top of the ever spring which at this point is is now back to its normal ever springing as and they begin to float back to the crew who are currently dismembering parts of these Gremlin just yet so that would be seasonal. And who's worth the U. C. to pub- TO BUBBLES? Just go in your general direction. Sorry that are moving towards each of you and then they pop and as they do each of you hear a voice inside of your head that says hello. I request your presence at the ever spring. Please come and commune with me. You are cordially invited to attend the ever spring. You're cordially invited to join up with your companions. I'm gonNA tell US check. I do not remember what the ever spring is and that it being the reason we're here I just look over with you. Know what this ever. Spring is Let me roll an intelligence check because I feel like I should say that is a blackjack you recall earlier when your party was talking about how they were coming here to go to the ever spring to get a stone called the ever stone and that's the whole reason why you're here Bjork was leading you in this direction by following up the stream however your party stopped briefly because they wanted to fuck up all of the Gremlin plants the every spring is the reason why we came and also the magic bubble is very polite and I feel. We should honor their request. Absolutely you are absolutely right. Magical bubble eighty. Can you please show us to the spring? The bubble popped in is no longer there. Can you please show us to the spring? It's okay I remember how we're supposed to get there. Oh wonderful I'll follow you then. I will fly up pinned head in that direction but not so high that Cecil can't see me perfect So you guys begin going that way. I've already described area twice so I'll describe it a third time gets dancing dancer I got. I was how vibrantly green these trees are in his so green. There's ivy leaves ferns even grass. I can't think of anything else I'm done milking the cows all died in the last episode Yeah so you guys come across. There's all these like indigo carnations. And then you eventually get to the fountain. The Fountain is gently stirring and Yeah see soldier when you look into this. Yes yeah how deep is it? Oh Dude it's fucking deep. It's real deep sadique. Wow I know how deep it is or is it like deep enough where it's a thing just to give you an idea. It's like too deep for yard but not too deep for somewhere in between us. Can I just say something really quickly just to make this? Funnier otters specifically have the ability that they are adept swimmers and they also can hold their breath for long periods of time. I don't know if you remember that just for the audience this would have been so I I one hundred percent remember. So can I wonder okay? Sometimes you gotta take the hard way be as once again in a similar vein to wear. Devin is it's like it has to be very deep for me to be afraid of it. It's deep dark. I mean okay I would say it's up to you. You can say that you choose to you know. This isn't deep enough for you. I think that I would probably be fine if I know that it's a spring because like my fear came from my homeland of deep deep water so I think it would have to be deeper than this for me to be afraid of it. Sure so yeah. You feel like you're prepared for this you and who's worth arrived at basically the same time because you're pacing together And Yeah you approach it you kind of size it up and do you guys touch the spring. While I was I was going to do a thing. Real quick. Who's with Please go ahead and grab on I'm a much better swimmer than than a bird. Doesn't seem like something you'll kind is good at now. We are better at swimming in the air. Yep exactly I will Perch on your shoulder like a like a pirates parrot. Wonderful now to to be fully honest with you. Hoots WITH. Swimming is not my favorite thing. My father made me do a lot of it and I have some trauma from it so if I get scared by please just slap me a bit. If you get scared just tap me and I will magic the fear away. I know how to do that. I wonder danger. Roller will just roller will get easy fine again. That's a fucking no that's attitude you're still trying to. You're trying to put on a brave face. But you part of you is uncertain. Hey baby fake it till you make it. I'm GonNa Roll Charisma check. It's a five out of six. I at least sound confident that you put on a brave face anyway. Yeah what do you do? Oh I jump in fake until you make a baby. The moment that you touch water you immediately are teleported. Yes as soon as you touch the water of of the ever spring the ever stone magically Trello ports you Transports Youtube this pocket dimension I'll just describe it again because I think your character may react to it a bit differently. So basically you're standing a large circular room. There is no roof and on the outside or a bunch of columns you see your three other companions. Kiara Finn and Hannibal. There in. The Center is a fountain of water flowing. Underneath water at the far side of the room is a ten foot. Tall Otter that does not have fertile instead it has a metallic bronze looking skid of sorts. And Yeah I get it and beyond the columns you just see open sea vibrant blue. Actually no no. More vibrance cutoff fiber into the source. yeah yeah put it put it in. Put IT IN. A history book. Maybe striking history book anyway. Yes so it's a deep blue and yeah you were is it. Is it similar to like the water from my homeland at all or no? You basically feel like you're at the bottom of the ocean. Okay Yeah see this deep. This is the issue right. Here is if we go this deep. Would you like me to magic? Your fear away. No I'm good right now. I mean as you can see. I'm standing and talking no problem but if I had to swim all the way down here do no way. Oh sorry me seeing our companions. Everything's fine guys. We're just we're just down here. And there's giant otters awkwardly waves like. Hey Hey what's up? Oh you guys found Nice Bubba lady all right. I mean sure for her. Name's the Al-Matar I guess. Oh that's a weird name. Yeah it's funny. Because she's an otter It's like an off her mother. The mother of autres apparently not the pun behind the name is noted Just felt like Janine would also be an easy name. I don't know I don't understand your then. Your name's not Janine is it. He says the Al-Matar they'll know my name is not Janine. What about Becky? Could we call you becky? Do you have a name? That's more approachable I. I don't think it's right to just renamed people seasonal well. I'm I'm more saying that. I'm sure that she had name. Before she was the Al-Matar I quite liked the name. All Mater Yeah. What this guy is James Professor? Exactly why we are driven all modder. Is it though? Maybe her parents follow the noble naming traditions of the owls. It is let's. Let's try to be so judgmental you know I can only try so hard to not be judgmental. I really trying here. It's okay you're having a big day. Yes I'm getting over my fear of deep deep water. You're doing a bang up job. I'm proud of you. Oh thank you. Who's worth I? Pat You on the top of the head with life still at my shoulder. That's where I'm saying until someone makes me get off Al-Matar why are we here? What's going on? Well the ever stone brought you tonight pocket dimension because the nine realms are in danger yeah no shit. The stone thought that you could help and that I could potentially help you. Yeah there's some there's some creepy fucker going around sucking souls on a people like clearly the nine realms are aiding. I let me handle this the stone thought I could help. Stone doesn't know about you. Okay so Oh Monir I. I don't I don't really think that's Stones Hannibal just a quick clarification. The stone is in an old otter made a major. The soul of an old otter made touched magic. Yeah you did you touch the soul of an automated that has been transformed. Get me out of here. I don't WanNa be here anymore. You can leave after we're done while hurry up there. Does this have to do with ULA? Ula the order of you in some way yes. It's quite complicated. Won't start explaining 'cause I need to know about Ula and the owner of in some way. Yes the order of ULA is an order was started by exta lapses yet. Who's that going to roll in all check to see if I know who that is? Holy Shit I passed well. Extol axes is a name. That is actually very foreign to you. The only thing that you remember is from one conversation that you had with guard lock a while ago when he claimed to have been the apprentice of ext Alexis but he went off to do his own thing. 'cause lacks wanted to do other stuff. He used to be a member of order of UA but he is not anymore. Yeah Hey all mater anything to do with Pierce or Hanno Pearson. Hanno hold on one. Second She Hannibal. I'm asking the question okay. You didn't tell you know I took the state. I all have questions about why we're here but we need to be routed here so I get to go. I give me a moment The the ten foot Metallic Otter the Al-Matar stands up and walks towards the fountain and she runs her hands through the water And as she does so it kind of shoots up and you can kind of see vague images of elephants more or less. It's kind of hard to see. But she seems to be doing this to kind of like remember something. Those are old old old elephants Pierce the the warrior that went off with the star gem that is distantly related. Okay PECULIAR WHY? Are you searching for that? I have my reasons what I can tell. You is the star Jim. What brought the Therion to this plane to begin with in some way it is related in a complicated way. What was it that you wanted to Nokia? I was asking about about Ula and I excel access. Yes well I suppose I I can start telling you about taxes EXTA lacks. This was one of the therion that came over from theory. A- originally there were a small number of us and we fled our world to escape the world eaters. Only some of US could come and we did so using the star Jim. Unfortunately the star gem was lost into the void. However we came here and settled on this plane. Nine of US created the nine realms. I was the one that created rivers. Rest yeah but what. What's the threat? You're talking about the world eaters. The world damaged this way more complicated than I wanted to be. Yes it was a complicated question. Do these world eaters consume people in circular rings of death? There are more specific reason. Why are asking about circular rings? Yeah I mean I am asking if the world leaders the ones that killed my friends who are you friends. The mercenaries the Badlands Brigade. She once again walks towards this fountain and she puts her hand through it. No your friends were not killed by the world eaters. Also it's unclear as to whether or not your friends are dead but I can tell you that they are not in this plane lost great. Thanks thanks for the the specific answers. You want a more specific answer. Exta LAXEST is trying to use so powered magic to teleport to a new plane to escape the world eaters. Something I disagree with. I suspect that he did something. And that's where your friends went. So should we have him get eat? Y as a world eaters is the as what I I don't. Yeah sorry sorry I'm also confused. Yes ask your question. Oh is everyone's look. Oh everyone's looking at me. I see I'm just like I like Florida's I got interrupted so's like plucking some strings on my basement. I was Oh we all back to me. Okay yes so. Are we supposed to have EXTA laxest eaten by the world eaters or do we have to also take care of these world eaters? Well I believe that selects is is trying to actually escape the world eaters much like we a theory instead thousands of years ago. He was one of us. You see theory was consumed by world. Eaters ext Alexis was reclusive and didn't act until he felt the power of the sacred tree waning and when he sensed that he began trying to find a way to bring himself and others to a new plane star. Jim Star Jim. Harrison's law stroke The very same you know where it is. I believe the star jam is in the new plane. I believe that purist at I. I don't know of this Hanno but I believe that purists and the others disappeared and went to the new plane unfortunately my magic will not leave me. There while handle was a foot soldier. In Pierce's grade she walks up to the She walks up to the fountain in runs her fingers through it and yes I see. I got this book right here. Unfortunately my vision is clouded around Henault I do see him as I do. See Him as a foot soldier but I can't see him far beyond. Can I see that book frolic dead? Yeah I give her the book journal she puts it through her hand and basically magically the pages flip one at a time and basically within about ten seconds every single page of it is flipped. And she's holding it in her hands. She hands it back to you. Having read the entire thing speed reader. Yes when you're stuck in this sorry Demi planes the right word. Sorry it's not the right one the word I'm thinking of pocket dimension when you're stuck in a pocket dimension for hundreds and hundreds of years there's very little to do to pass the time aside from watching what goes on in the nine realms in reading books so I'm I'm still confused. What exactly is a threat that we have to threat that we face. Yeah it is. It kind of is it. Multiple threats are. Are we supposed to take out both every what exactly do you? I suppose? It's a bit complicated and hard to explain what yet please make it easy world. We're not the smartest group of people. It's a lot of even smarts it's like. What do you want us to do? Where do you want us to go? What do you want us to kill? Did more complicated than that. My angry they send. It doesn't need to be tell me we could. We could start at square one like a new location to go to. That seems rather easy. Who Do I have to kill? Well the main threat would be the world leaders and they're slowly going to be coming to the nine realms all right well what exactly do these world eaters look like. There must be some way that we can test them all out if they're figure them out if they're everywhere World eaters are a HIVE. Mind sentient beings from the void. They exist between all worlds there dark darker than darkness and yes they will. They tried to put out life wherever they can find. It are I. I don't get this okay Exta lassus is a bad guy. Well he I disagree with these methods by the world eater. No and now your your running away from the world leaders know so does that mean that they're coming here. We nine created the sacred tree which fended off the world eaters for a while but unfortunately the power is waning. Exta LAXEST has seen this excel access. Is One of the theories like me and like the other nine celestial ex lax instead decided to try to use the same magic we used to create the star gem to try to bring him and others to a new plan to the world eaters. All right lady. I'm I'm getting tired of Shit. Sell to a straight. Why do you want us here and tell us what we have to do? The reason that I brought you guys here was to explain the threat. The world eaters as well as EXTA LAX and his his approach to trying to flee from the world eaters. If you ever see any world leaders I would want you to try to close the portal that they're leaking out of and if you find this or any of his father's followers I would want you to fight them. If you guys are willing to do so I'd be willing to grant you guys the power that I can. I mean I'm absolutely down to fight the EXTA last external access and his followers. Because that garlic guy is a total asshole and I use a complete. Yeah can't stand that guy that guy but fuck that guy. Should we try and feed ext Alexes to the world eater? Should we let them at least get one one victory before we wipe them all out or with that only fuel their fire so to speak I like how ceaseless thinking about this might as well just let them consume him. I I like where your head's at young one but let me explain world eaters start out small little beings that just emanate shadow. Initially they even looked like children as they consume souls. They begin to look monstrous in grow in size. If for instance laxest sport to be consumed by the world eaters you would have a horrific monster on your hands. I would suggest wonderful that. That perfectly answers my question. Kill him first and then focus on these guys got it. Thank you yes. The world eaters are seemingly infinite in number the only way to fight off is to prevent them from getting to this plane. Which is what I've tried to do for the last thousand years yet. That sounds like a you problem. You're the one who like teleport us into a different plane. You seem like you have more of a well. Actually that was not me on the ever stone. I actually can't I can't I can no longer act in the nine. Realms none of the none of the celestial protectors can. I can only witness from afar. I've been sealed here by EXTA Lexus. Oh all right so you were friends and that he was an asshole to you is well. That's why his followers are also adult. I see where we're going. I get it padded. He he was in theory like us from Syria. He's thousands of years old to be honest. He he kind of resembles like I don't know like a about the same size as me. He looks sort of like a white weasel. All right. Where do we have to go? Who Kill I'm I'm tiring of this weird seaplane? Well if you if you would like I can grant you my power so long as you agree to fight the world eaters. Yeah I'll fight. I'll fight these world leaders shore. Listen if you tell me where the star is all fight wherever you want. I'll even fight this guy right here. Pointing towards Kyar. You are the one. Hey I'll fight you anytime buddy. You are the one the ever stone. Are you not the best one ear? Yeah I most anxious to give you my blessing. Will you all be champions to try to fight the world eaters and prevent exit? Alexis from consuming. More souls said I'll fight or whatever if you just tell the stars I believe that the star Jim has already moved onto the other plane. I believe that purists and all of his followers are there as well. If you're looking for it you'll have to find a way to move to the other plane and I can do that by killing these world leaders. Your whatever I'll be honest with you. I do not know how to do that. That is actually what is trying to do. But in that way the ear making this much more complicated than house kind of confuses. So why should help you? But I don't really care at this point if you just give me out of here I'll just kill whoever. I don't care so that now I'm on board. I'm down to show US through to kill and we'll go get him. Yeah if I keep feeling killing people. I think I'll make my father proud. You'll make me proud. I like I like shoot. You like double guns is yes. You say that to me if you want to know who it is that. I ask that you fight. It would be the world eaters as they are the biggest threat to the nine realms secondarily if you encounter excel access. I would also like that. You would fight him because he is trying to sacrifice souls in order to teleport people to the new plane yet honestly I would fight him regardless of this whole conversation with you handle bitch domino fuck up. His followers are assholes. I can only imagine he is worse in terms of where this will happen. I can't say for sure I don't anywhere that it arises I would like for you to fight it And if you would agree to be my champions in doing so because I can't affect change in the nine realms anymore If you would be my champions I would grant you all the power that I can induce. You agreed to do so. Just touch the fountain and you'll be teleported back to where you were at the teleported back to where I was. I touch the fountain immediately. I'm also touching phone. Is there something else that you would like to know key art? So you're saying that these people have been transported different planes the next lane. Yes if I came across say a circle in the ground where people have disappeared. Does that mean that they're in the next plane? That would be very likely. Yes if your friends in a circular a magical type area. It's very likely that they were sent there by Exa. Laxest potentially running one of his tests trying to see if he can send people to the next plane. What is this next plane? I do not know so you WanNa do this shit that you don't even know you don't even know what's going on. I can't leave here. I'm sealed by extol axes. How how do we? How do we unseal you from mix laxes well for the nine celestial protectors to leave the sacred tree would have to be destroyed? Which would leave this world vulnerable to the world eaters but if you were to encounter exta laxness and remove the curse. I once again would be able to commune with by followers. Are Right so you want to kill Lassus How do I say that Shit? Still laxes if you cannot get him to stop which I imagine you can't killing him would probably be the only way to stop him. Consider it done. I'll be your champion. And then he touches the spring all right so all of you guys touch the fountain. I actually had something to resolve. But I Several intelligence check got a one out of four does listening to her and doing what she's asking us to do seem like a good thing or is there something stevie going on what's my gut saying. It seems like if what she's saying is true. And the world eaters are okay. The world eaters are what she ran from right. Her and the other theories had to fleet to this place. So if it seems like the world leaders are coming here they could be a threat to the nine realms entirely so if she's trying to get you to help her stop them from being able to destroy the nine realms that would probably be a good thing does she. Doing Anything Stevie. Not Not that I you know like why is she so powerful. I don't know like those types of questions may occur to you. Like where does power come from? You know to the Athenians do something did you. Do they do you guys dirty there a reason? Why you guys all follow them. Is there a reason why you look like her? I don't know she's basically like your personal guide in that case during her spiel. I'll just kind of Shrug and then touch the fountain alright. So all of you guys touched the Fountain and as you do. So bubbles begin to emerge from the floor as vision once again is completely obscured and you guys all reappear at the ever spring From doing this you all have gained one level of affinity in water. So any of you. That have no affinity of Water. Now gain a minor affinity in water. You have a minor affinity in water. You also gain a major affinity in water and if you already have a major affinity water stan you will get something else that allows you to create water. I haven't named what the level of power is yet. But it will give you a creation affinity ability to use water affinity Outright creation affinity. For now you guys can all define how these work. Anyone who is not good at swimming yet gets better at swimming card. My finally catch up to me in Hannibal. The thing that you notice is once again. You have the ever stone in your trunk so after after that you guys all come to back iron realms and you have the standard You have you. Have they ever stone? Yeah all right. Of course I get the hell out of here. I'm feeling uneasy. Always supposed to bring this stone back to the simple been whatever. Yeah that's back in town. We we still always ago. Let's get the JERKY. Let's head back to the yield Is the JERKY fine. Jared yes now that much time has passed I mean you don't come back to find the other grumbling plans eating it or anything like that. Yeah so you guys make your way back into the very vibrant green forest and you make your way back to the area with now all of the cut up. Bits of pre Jerky Raw Raleigh yet. It's a few thousands of pounds. How many thousands of pounds a few? It's unjust jerked. Shuki in its current state minus the horns that Finn is carrying. It's roughly twenty five hundred pounds. I have the horns by the way. Yeah you have the horns. Oh sorry I say fence or see so. She still has the forty horns. His bag is like looking very lumpy filled with horns. It's Kinda like poking out a little bit. How much what's the load bearing capabilities of the car? Your car could carry all this but you guys are kind of far from it. Oh fuck yeah loaded and bring it back to the car though. Yeah you have to bring it back to the car. Hey how how are we going to get all this back to the Harrigan all this back to the car or carry it obviously was what with our muscles? I have an idea what he got who it's worth. I can use Magic to transport it back now. That will take the now do it. What do you got who it's worth you'll see. It is very special. Magic magical tainted meat. It'll be unsellable yet to dumb elephants. Jared Yeah you gotTa Teradata Candy that I do. Let Me Know Shit got damaged. Magic tainted meat Hannibal no-one one cares except for you like literally. It won't be tainted with magic. It'll be like yes it will. It'll be like casting magic on the car. Not the need of self will not case okay. Then Song Magic's not touching the me all right. I have never shuffled this deck before. So let me do this real quick like months ago. Okay so I WANNA do all the shuffles than I know which is to Shuffles. Three SHUFFLES TO BE FAIR. What about the whole? I'm not familiar with the Guinea Scheffel. Okay so let me. Just pull up the rule book here and I'll have to for the first time. Figure out where so yet. You are drawing two cards Yeah where do you want from? I one nine from the front second one from the back as in the one at the very back or the one one one one very back okay. So am I just telling you what happens for these two things so you WanNa do it all right so the very first thing that what. What are you doing to initiate this wild magic thing? I throw my hands up in the air and I try to channel the same sort of magical energy that I feel deep inside my heart that I feel I know I am a master at but really I'm not and just letting the forces of nature do what they may okay so the very first thing that happens is very tense. Music begins playing throughout the entire forest dent. Identify data to test. That's that's at the literal music that you can all hear music. Just the whole area feels very. I start making it more intense by playing faced throughout my role dwells mayor Dylan no no Dylan That is thing all right and so the one thing that actually I should point out the ever. Spring is no longer there like the well where it was is completely dried up in empty And now the stream is not running through there anymore. However suddenly a brown liquid starts to shoot forth from where it was as what smells like freshly cooked. Coffee begins to run through replacing the spring to clarify you had the four of one's music fills the air and the Ace of Cups which is Fountain appears that produces year-old coffee that did not resolve your conflict. I pause for a moment and then go. Tada that the death Death is very intense. But I don't understand how this is going to help us bring the meat back to the car you see. The coffee will give you energy to do it. More efficiently in the musical. Give you a beach at work too. Well there's no failure when you write. I guess I guess you have a point. Let's do we can and we're GONNA get a montage a coffee induced. Montauk data data data. That you guys go to the Stream and your reinvigorated by the coffee as you begin to take multiple trips to carried back hundreds and hundreds and thousands of drink whatever marmon unless it's iced. Coffee is coffee. It's not. Does anyone in the party have the ability to make the coffee ice tied do but I'm not going to. Yes Oh no. There's no iced coffee and no one helps you to make it iced. So it is a room temperature Ended caffeinate you guys. You know very well. You're all ready to go. The music is pulsating data data data data data data to do you guys are basically like carrying different bits of music to your car. I'm carrying so much dead flesh right now. You can basically carry like five hundred pounds and a time by yourself. Yeah okay between the five of us we would have to carry five hundred pounds each between the four of you because I am now playing along with the music to help motivate it takes an indeterminate number of trips between two and three so it is nowadays multiple times. It tastes you guys about ten or so minutes to get back to your cart and this whole process ends up taking you about an hour. Fortunately you now have a river of coffee and also carful of me and a cart full of me that someone could refrigerate if they wanted to guys what have we do a coffee rub on the meat before we jerky. That is a brilliant idea. I wouldn't do that too all of it. I mean would we be able to turn the coffee back into ground? Beens is the real question. Coffee Marinate oh no I yeah I suppose networks. I imagine it works like panning for Saul. We just leave it out to dry and then take dried coffee. I mean we could do that. I guess I I don't know I feel like we should get. Outta here though. There's like world eaters that are trying to like eat the world. I feel the least important thing. Is the Coffee Rab? Well I beg to disagree. But we don't know where the world eaters are yet and we could fund our world eater hunting exploration with the coffee dry rub jerky though exactly what the kids said. A world leader go fund me. How do you expect us to have the energy to face the world leaders without over coffee? I don't know how to answer that question to be us. Think about this entire weary from travelling and saving the world you come up against a world eater and you just like you just so tired. You can't fight it but then you take a bite of Hannibal and the Jerky Boys Coffee. Rub GRANDPA Jerky and you just get surge of energy deep inside you. It's everything. The body needs protein caffeine and smoke. I'M GONNA leave that to you guys. I have nothing to do with this perfect. So basically you guys carry about two thousand five hundred pounds of grumbling meet in multiple trips back to the car. You guys use some of the various cups that you have to get the freshest coffee straight from the stream that you can and you begin Your your track out of the forest as you guys discuss your different ways to marinate this you guys find your way out of the forest it is very very mellow here inexplicably your followed by a cow as well as four. Gremlin plans And you guys make your way back to the adventures guild as you go through you. Cross the bridge. You leave the forest Towards the Mid Morning I would say and you begin to make your way back to the adventures. Gila as we cross the bridge Toss on Crumlin stakes of the bridge. Rowan's got twenty five hundred shit. Okay the least he can do is cook his own complaints states. Okay you can rub two sticks together and make a fire thanks. Oh Boy Walkie Day. I forget this. Guy's voice yes so you throw a couple a couple of sweepstakes fresh from the corpse you guys passed the bridge and immediately take a right heading directly along the river towards yarn Fjord Yeah and I feel like you guys already talked about the stuff they were GonNa talk about. Tell me more about your marketing strategies while rural lying purely on word of Mouth Marketing. So like if someone ever adopts one of the orphans. They'll they'll tell their new family about like the Grumbler Jerky we've got to get more jerky it's coffee in me. It sells itself. I think that we should really have a grassroots marketing campaign. Every time we save someone's life we give them jerky album about our brand spread the word further like the homeless. The homeless guy under the bridge. She'll all his homeless pals who won't be able to afford the Jerky but maybe they'll tell other people or something. I Don did you while you guys were in the forest mental guys right Congress if you want to Did you pick up any specific woods while you were there for the smoking process? All Obviously Cherry Hickory White Birch you know. Yeah so Hannibal is just naming out different like types of trees as you guys are going through. It may or may not be that I don't will we'll find out later And you guys make your way back to Bjorn Fjord. Is there a specific place that you guys are headed that you wanted to go to I? Yeah the adventures Gill Perfect So you guys make your way to the adventures guild At one point you pass a bunch of yelling children who seem overjoyed at the site of your cart full of wonders and an old bear that you recognize to be carcass. Runs out to you keyboard. I've major hat just like you got a hat I made. I jumped out on his heart. I'm probably driving. Oh no no I slow. I saw the card so he he says. I know that you wanted to be smaller. Check this out and he shows you a pork pie hat which is basically like a round. Fedora that's shorter with a flat top. And then he says but if you want to be big again check this out collapsible hat. He grabs it by the Brim and punches. It through the center and it turns back into the other one that it was before it back together and says who go just for you. It's a it's a Describe what it looks like again just because it was last episode that I it is a dark green. A pork pie hat. That has a brown cloth. Wrap around it And it turns back into the original tall. Vp from final fantasy. Nine looking one is well. It gives you a plus two cents and if you all are wearing your hats at the same time you guys gain a bonus to whether or not people like you equal to one one people like you only get one free month equals one people like yes. We were social status. Goes up by one if they were going to hate you they might dislike you if they were going to dislike might feel neutral about you and if they were going to feel neutral about you they might like you a little bit. It's a it is a it is by one and like I've said before numbers don't matter much like in whose line is it anyway okay while while keywords getting his hat. I'm throwing JERKY ALL THE ORPHANS. More jerky like cooked cooked. Jerky at like our price. The old snap. Okay the JERKY. We had before out the other side of the car. I will star using my eyes to hook up some meat and do an impromptu steak cart luck even go hoots worth cooking up some mistakes for you. I just wanted to make a small note that you guys are basically driving around in ice cream truck but instead of ice cream you're selling different types of sweetmeats yep yep sounds better cargo this is this is perfect thank thank you. I really. I'm sorry about anything I said about your gods and then not existing. I I really enjoy this hat. This is a really great APP. He pauses in silent for what must be literally about five seconds but it feels really long and then he just walks up to you and gives you a big old hug. I'm so happy that you liked it. All I want is for people to like my hat's when when he gives me this hug. I'm definitely not Lakers kidding. Arms to the side like Yes all right well again. It is great hat. I really like that smells delicious by the way news. How's the how's the meat business going? We've got a lot of meat. Lots of meet lots of meat for the kids and for other people be careful about saying that until you what I sorry. Greeson meet Joe Yard. Don't making we're what he had dammit in the background towards the foot of the stairs by the Church you see shneebly in Tiberius at the site of seeing you once again giving to the needy orphans begins crying and goes to Hug Tiberius and crying in his arms however Tiberius takes a step away and shneebly feels awkward in then tries to shrug it off so after once again making the day of all of the orphans as well as staff of the Celestial Bear Church. You guys make your way shortly a small amount of distance further that was the most awkwardly phrased sentence. You move a little bit further and find yourself at the adventures guilt. All of the Topiary is in the plaza. Or I finally did it right. Are you happy. Happy all of them look very depressed and you just see a very downtrodden. Terry crews sitting on a bench that he is made out of a small shrub in the corner with his face looking downward and his hand on his face and he does not interact with you at all. Berry. That's not. That's not the demeanor I expect from you. I start playing Jaunty tune to cheer him up. Can I make a style check He raises his eyes to meet yours and he moves his hand. And you just see. His eyes are swollen. He his clearly been crying for several hours is not having a good time And he yeah but he's still there for you to see okay so I can't make check to make him feel better. Oh yeah go for Dude Roll. Roll for that is a that is a six out of six black. Check THEIR PAL. I WanNa know I wanNA hear you? I WanNa hear what you do specifically and I will determine how well it works. Oh I wanna hear your diddy I mean like I fine. Fine all right. I didn't have any words prepared for for. Berry better this way. I guess so. I started playing playing something kind of like strumming and areas. Something kind of light and I just I just look at Barry and I start singing and I start like trying to like just cheer him up with my words and it's not working. I start improving. Asong more and more Do I do I? I know he said because his friend is dead right like I can imply that. Yeah you said because bobek weeds dead. Yeah so I don't have Eloquent words for this so you'll have to excuse me but I start singing about how the how the wheat will grow back and it will. It will like fill the fields again and start trying like a good song about his passing singer. Singer Bob Marley. No woman no cry but change woman to back. Yeah I was GonNa say it sounds like you're doing. The nine are equivalent of slow. You had a bad day you kind of get kind of best friend. Died everything turn around? It's not so bad. Play with your plants. Nobody I was trying to be more eloquent than the send off song from American idol. But yeah all right. Well okay through your through your persistence. At first. It doesn't seem to work but he eventually dries his eyes to meet yours and says thank you. I needed that. You're right I need to. I need to move on. It's what he would have wanted. What would want it? I see that you've returned. Yes absolutely we. We think that we cured the ever spring as much as we could. Hopefully we can Get more teleportation crystals now lovely. I wish you the best. Thank you for your very. I wish you the best friend. These are trying times for all of us. But keep that Keep that fuzzy China Pal. He nods and he gives you the most half-hearted flex pose And then and then I kinda starts starts fixing up them. Topiary is to be more normal just very very plain looking aries of adventures doing plane adventuring things with no style whatsoever. Yes no hats. Are John Lee on their heads. They're all just upright in normal but as you guys go through the plaza you take that kind of familiar path branches off near where the Ice Fountain is And you go underneath to wear. Molly tunnel maker is standing behind that fenced-off window with your massive cart. The mail room is beyond this as the rest of the party goes inside. I'M GONNA get out of the car and then walked back up to the courtyard with a topiary and approach. What's his name very very crews. Yeah yes so. Keyword approaches very curious who is sitting down down on this. You know makeshift bench of shrubs looking slightly less sad than he did five minutes ago. Hey Berry I got. I have something for you but you have to promise me that. You're not gonNA hug me or anything if I give it to you. That's a weird thing to ask me but it's not weird you have to practice. I can promise I promise you I will not hug you all right here. I know I'm sorry that Bo died. I did my best to make sure he didn't but I failed but it looks like he cared about you a lot so I found this and I thought you'd like it. And he takes out the drying picture photo of a bow. Buckley embarrassed Bruce together and gives it to him. Yes so you hand him. A the closest thing is a photo is in nine realms it's drawn photo Drawn picture of the two of them looking very happy to be each other's presence and it clearly is a treasured picture that Bobek we had that you found in his room and you brought it to to bury the he looks at it and he just gets like really quiet for a second and you can see he's like holding back tears and he says very quietly thank you and he starts to think about hugging you. But then he doesn't he like puts it to his chest and says I'll treasure this thank you. Don't worry I'm GONNA find his son Hake Yard. I'm GonNa make something for you. And he likes strikes a very melancholy pose and two of the topiary. 's begin to embrace in a hug one depicting barry crews and the other key art and a third one to the side. That is Bill Buckley. You don't owe me anything. Thank you and then he goes back to the mailroom. He still managed to hug you in the end. Toby topiary hugging goddamn hugging. Yeah so you guys you catch back up after giving giving him that that treasured memento and yeah you guys are now in the entrance to the. It's the warehouse slash acquisitions branch Yeah so you guys make your way back down there. Molly tunnel maker at this point recognizes you on site. Are you here to go back to the mailroom or are you trying to sell meets? Well both I mean if you WanNa buy some meets we have some meats for sale. Absolutely I can. I will prepare wholesale values but yes. Please go on through. I will keep an eye on your wears. The mail room you remember is just beyond here. Walk through the store. She pulls out a key chain with several keys on it unlocks the door door opens and you move forward Back into the mail room to describe the area once more of this mail room. It is a an open room with several tables on it. There are lots of different. Parcels scattered all over You see four dog. Looking ferries notice superfluous. Simple booms one of which. I believe it was millie. Who is currently drafting? A piece of paper If you look at it one second to list of Man's one second I have to union contract she is writing out a document titled Mailroom Simple Them. Union demands us. The other ones are lounging about Kind of looking a bit drains and yeah you guys reenter the room there. I slap the stone down on the table. Did you find the? Did you find the ever? So my Lord Hare deal the ever stone hold on let me let me replaced this So hilly picks it up again. Milly is an older looking black French bulldog has upturned ears and she walks it over to these simple bem tree against the wall. The Far Wall has a bunch of houses that are built into it in. There is a tree along the center. She pushes the ever stone into it and immediately vibrant green. I can't say vibrant green without laughing now and it's only me who finds it funny but the three goes from being very bad looking to being vibrant green as Ivy. Just meshes into the wall between the houses you see immediately immediately. Bodey Roxie million jazzy. All of them are now flying around using their wings that previously did not work They clearly are feeling much better. And at this point yard comes into the room. I'll looks like he's got your wings back did you. Did you guys organize you? You guys in work while God did you. Yes You you inspired us to create create demands. We now have made a union We will not be worked to the death and no more teleport's has been our motto. But if we if we have the ever stone that's no longer the case we will now allow to teleport's a day that's it only to teleport's only to teleport's only two thousand and there's a bunch of other demands that are written down on the page And as you guys have this conversation around the adventurer's guild. Suddenly a large number of plants begin to grow in the plaza in the surrounding areas to the point where Bjorn Fjord is moderately wooded now in most areas Aside from roads. Obviously there's actually like saplings. Coming out of the ground. And what will the party do next? Season? Find out in a million years I duNno will. Will they ever figure out what the world eaters are? How confusing was that will? Will Hannibal ever find? Purists loss. Trunk will kiare ever find a friend will the will the simple bins union demands be taken too kindly will see so become the next great shark of the D- Redwood coast will. This is getting long. Honor will back tune in next next season to find out. Maybe will we ever season? Thanks for tuning in to the war. Lords podcast has been nine realms. You can find us on facebook. You can find us on twitter. You can find us on instagram and all of the other social media's and you can also buy the book on Drive Thru Rpg Warp Lords. Thank you so much. 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