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1: Introducing American Hysteria

American Hysteria

01:00 min | 2 years ago

1: Introducing American Hysteria

"American hysteria is a brand new podcast from skylark and me Chelsea ever Smith. It explores our moral panics urban legends and conspiracy theories how they shape our psychology and culture, and why we end up believing them all cover moral panics, stranger danger, satanic panic and Tinky Winky homosexuality. Urban legends like poison Halloween candy and conspiracy theories like the eliminates secret plan for world domination. I was raised around a ton of wild conspiracy theories. And I know how easy it can beat a freak out over the sensational. The rare in the untrue. I wanna understand why we fear the wrong things, and how these fears shape our past present and future in sometimes devastating ways. And also what these bizarre panics might be covering up. I promise to show you a good old time while I try to figure it all out the first two episodes of American hysteria drop November twelfth head over and subscribe now wherever you get your podcasts.

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Hello 2021, Hello New Era // #96

Star Wars Sessions

1:23:12 hr | 2 weeks ago

Hello 2021, Hello New Era // #96

"Britain's greatest wars podcast jerk. You're listening to storrow session with math. Hudson and luke fly. This is fun of against good morning afternoon or evening. Wherever you are in the galaxy and welcome to star wars sessions. Come for the star wars. Stay for the sessions. My name is matt. Hudson aka japanese joining me once again in the essex. Falcon is the greatest star. Wars man found somebody out there. He is a man who charge. I wanna why angle wiscon- boys cayenne on. I thought you were so over excited. You accidentally pressed onto the sound effects. Those charge you. Not not boy is another episode. It's another week and therefore it is a another bligh pawn. Whoa done my boy. Non six episodes in we got to one hundred complete. Those bligh pounds. How you feel on that might get in there. I think i might have one or two more getting over. The line is going to be a very struggle but anything to hear the sound of the seismic charge though We love. We love a cheeky. Bligh's me charged way. One more people in the back. Stunning stunning stunning. If i don't hear wedding ceremony this shit that doesn't include that gonna got mental. We listen any get married and twenty twenty one. Yeah yeah let's not record it and send in get in touch. Yeah my new year. Lots of new things in the pipeline for us for the podcast for star wars for lots of things my and i'm buzzing on buzzing to share what we got planned but just just general was chitchat. My enough mr of mr and i. I'm ready to get back into chechnya and shoot the galactic brains. Oh yeah y- man. I show of twenty twenty one. So that's hope. Caesar's ritual bit more positive but given the star wars content. We've got to look forward to. We should be emphasis street since surprises. I'm sure we've got more coming. But i i haven't actually asked you want thought you might know him good. I am very very good dots really just award is filled with escapism and trying to stay positive. Release so yeah. That's it to be honest why you might now say bound together. As i've mentioned to you feeling a bit ropey but nothing like a dose of star wars to make you feel a lot better so on here for that and i can hear some good news coming in the background. Reject gardens of patrons o. Yeah we got some good news. In fact we want to thank some of our latest patrons. We got spicy squadron of patrons come in in the last few weeks and here. Are some shout outs to those guys pull mulholland. Who joined at the. This is where the fun begins to command. Laura mallow ron who joined other highground tier bigshot. Andrea's the tratos who joined the i am the senate to tenet. And lastly big shower and big love to steve myth rhonda who joined the i ab de senate is night big. Shout those absolute gangsters sorry if of mispronounced. Any of those but there we go. Welcome to the spicy family a hub. You enjoy the content on neo patriot dot com for slash starrewards sessions. Ch- thank you so much for joining up those taste. We appreciate each and every one of you and those wonderful names commander myler ron. As soon as i saw that i saw stars rebels. Good on the sankey into content to put out. We've got some coast. We're gonna be as well as some stuff towards this month. Footwear for assault to drop view. Go so yeah thank you. We really appreciate you jumping aboard despised trademark that and Thank you enough. We hope you enjoy Speaking of noises in in the background. I'm sure can hear the. The bail was a big ben kenobi. Which can only mean one thing. Oh my boy it does. It means news. round mark. Hamill has called his cameo in the mandalorian. The greatest gift ross. Bateman the master skywalker young link in revenge of the has revealed hayden. Christensen simply shouted boo in order to frighten the child actor in a poll conducted by radio times dos. Vida was voted the greatest movie villain of all time and director. Patty jenkins has confirmed that the story treatment for star wars rogue squadron has been completed hi. I'm ken knapsack. Author of why we love star wars. And you're listening to star wars sessions probably britain's greatest star wars podcast. Now we've wave goodbye to twenty twenty in our last episode with our favorite moments off that year in star wars and the highs and lows and the memories from the skull could premieres. Well we want to kick off twenty twenty one similar fashion. We're gonna look forward to what is coming out in twenty twenty one in the galaxy far far away. We've just mentioned that. There's some coke stuff to look forward to and undoubtedly stuff that hasn't been announced yet but what better way to kick off the year old look forward absolutely. My mandalorian was a big deal last year. More season seven was a huge deal. Those loads of canada got released not long before that you know it was the rise of skywalker as as we would like summarizing last week it felt so fresh and now we got. It really feels la. We're entering into a new era of star wars. You know where nez not any source cinematic releases coming any time. Soon or sun feels like that But we have other stuff. We have and nevada star wars. Tv show In fact we've got a few on top of books comics further cannon material. Surreally really. we're just having a deep dive into that miami boy. Gino won't might. Let's let's get out the way us because there's no pump stories. There's no stories. Ma sneak into the less square. The scar will premiere running around hotels this week calling onto the roofs. Well my all wish. I wish imagine that i was sing about that the other day. Actually li- thinking back on our last week's episode man margin if we go up there. We'd be there like two minutes. Matt would his his beloved dicey and then a security guard would upon. Ibm it worked. Buying new laws could have had it would have been counted. Yeah we would have had to have without to dunloy some proper. Cassie i league. Not winky winky Might right not you boy boy our the cannon in the stalls releases for twenty twenty one You kind of is there anything that you kind of dreading. Because i ask you that question because you do like to hike in all of two canon or most. The cannon writes comics books and and cartoons and films. It's starting to thin where you like john. I won't really cannot speak to read that or do what you reckon pepsi pepsi under wherever leader sugar hit a good question. Just standard pepsi. Actually i usually opt for a pepsi. Max for picked up a pepsi today. Because in my audience pick it up but hooper's annetta shook sought me out but i'm not sure actually short will not we will get you through the rest of the potty. I'm telling i'm telling you yes. So what would you recommend no. It's not usually how we start our mind. Discussions we like to be quite positive. Is sorta senior really dreaded. Nothing i'd say actually treating if i was going to if i was going to rank what we've got in front of us now probably put the throne book at the bottom. Because i i've mentioned on a couple of the shows i've done recently. I love throwing books. Not do but i don't get excited for them running me that also will not is quite good. chaos rising. I'm looking now tournament and this new one coming out. Great to talk a bit. Naff if i had to pick anything up if over like sacrifice do make the sacrifice it would be that one. Because it's good stuff coming out this everything like you said quite rightly. Now everything's gonna be great. I think it'd be even. Are we love star. Wars even even accomplish so now. If everything's gonna be great oversee. We hope. As but i would if i had to put my money down at the table and say well haven't got enough for one thing. It would probably be through ascendancy great good because it's a prequel today to the new trinity anyway so the stakes aren't quite as high as for me on against scientists on oversee dive into the books montana. You like the comics more and obviously what we've got coming live action animated one wizard anything on this list which was thinking man cave type matt. Won't you've already mentioned it. Thrown ascendancy greater good thought. Chaos risings fine. Okay if not a bit cheaper greater good. They love things books. And i i love the books do past gas. Good her pathetic. As li- it's like they've just had a couple biz and have watched hot fuzz and guns. What s good slogan. Nick that on a boom tight. Bosh is just not that good. It's not is not a great title. I'll be honest with you. I kind of historically speaking. I loved the comic books for for new listeners. I grew up reading the stall was dock costs comex in fact we quiz last week. and A lot of people thought the shadows of the empire is going to be my thoughts. Cummock series ira. It wasn't it was. It was a random issue from stall was empire. And i know the cover to this day. I got the title. But it's one way of Lots back playing cards on solos on it. She was on it and it's like a green table it looking for that at mcm loss day whenever it was the before. Maybe i always look for a copy of it. Always look for a copy of I do actually have my original copy of cabinet. I have kept unlike to alight to look it. Because i love the our work and i thought. The artwork adult costs comments with great the stories grinding. Maybe i've just changed. But whenever i start series my a- comic book series. I don't seem to be sold by them. I was however really entrusted in the initial run of the marvel. Stalwarts stuff you know. You don't fight a staff Star wars just taught to marvel star wars ones a pretty good but as time has gone by kombi authored with i. Just don't ask the time a ton of time. Because i don't find that as much of a payoff a at bounty hunters for example couldn't gain might lucht fantastic looks gorgeous very. It's super over the top. I was like the are just so now. This isn't really about anything is it. It's eason doesn't really have any meat on it. That was my opinion. Maybe i'm wrong. So i look at the comic books emma. I'm looking for something different. What excites me. The most is the high republic because it's different it's different it's new and i think that's what i loved about. The dot costs comics. When i was a kid it was owner. Whereas when i'm reading dogfight economic of red adults fight a coming of red somac- dogfight stuff star wars stuff done that. Dr afra- it's okay. Don't trafford's pretty good bounty hunters charts get into didn't hire public. That sounds that sounds pretty. Spicy may sounds pretty spicy. And it's funny time in really because own all day of recording. We got news on the high republic. Then we might well we. We've got the livestream on youtube star. Wars youtube channel and all of the authors and creators together to catherine kenny introduced it which was nice to see And i basically just kind of announced the hard republic was hit. The the first run of books the characters we get used to and there was a one and a half minute a trailer with inverted commas. More concept taught me to look a lot prettier with voiceover which also is pretty good and they come. The livestream didn't give too much away which i didn't expect it so you did notice was that For the most pop- mono people allowing seems to be pretty stoked for the republic. And i know of our listeners who we've interacted with on social. Was this code other looking forward to it. But i wanted to kind of gauge. What the the greater the greater good the greater feeling of star wars by the what people actually excited about this. Because we've speaking. And i have on my patriot. Show a paper where you're gonna take this because abc's publishing initiative to start with people really good ball into it but it seems like people are which which which i like. The sound of people seem to be excited by what they're seeing my. Yeah i mean a no by the time this show is out. Your review of the book would already have been released. Can you give us a A very show in a couple words review without any spoilers. It's one of the best canon of rate shot the outside honestly and i'll give you a reason. Why if those who've heard the review is similar to gray moses diluting to pollute was alluding to the reason why i is really where written show where the child so would be able to translate comics folks but he did. It was very cinematic. Feeling felt bake the bad guys by. They felt like they were a threat. They really did. But it was the s. word which could stakes. They were stake. Say when i read bloodline are know. That generally is not going to die. And i throw going to die resistance report on a rose. Fien ri- injuries and po. They're not gonna die. But when i was really read to republic books you know everything's on disciple and the book gets not green as in all rights book you know. Stop factors in the book there twists and turns and all my other and expect also ever so it kept me on my toes and that's one of the best new canon rate because i didn't know what to expect you would. Nobody really seemed to have palma particularly apart from one or two people So i felt like. I was on a beaver royd for the whole time. That's amazing is amazing table. You've still got my copy of new so get back around. We'll have to figure that out at some point and all available rita that fiction is fiction isn't really my thing i will. I'll give it a go unless and hopefully Really enjoy because yeah like you said my. It's really nice to have something again. Install was the is winning over fans of people seem to be really enjoying. And what will say. It's a sock it all up. If you're a star wars fan success of mando season two batches come in close season. Seven killed it. We've got high republic here a lot people seem to be you know. Really praising that okay lopping everett cyber in izzo address and socal just on that point. My did not take telling but it feels new as well. It doesn't feel like the same old stuff harvard before it feels like a new era so people getting into read it. You feel like you're at a different time in the galaxy which was great. My that is quality stuff like that essentially got me really excited. Because i'll be honest. My i have not heard this kind of response to stalls book in a while in a long time there was some people really like the soaker stuff start. Yeah on a again even when someone says. Ask some really good book. You listen to the soaker book even like a the oj. Book ashley stain writes it. Salt foot for every person that says that. There's someone saying yeah as boren. Stoked to hear some positivity around the high republic. The jed ibook dude. I am you know it really spot. Trust and for me my adult knife this supplies to you personally for me that kind of summarizes my whole feelings will books and comics. Install wars of the moment. Twenty twenty one. I should say you know. I'm i'm really bought. A high republic on may dive in with some other stuff. Nine may pick up a few comex at some point but you never know if this republic thing. If i'm really get stuck into a get the bug might you never know. Stranger things have happened. And hopefully you get if you don't it's just goes isn't it so the first comic actually comes out the day. This episode drops over thomas drops republic episode issue. One has would have dropped the marvel republic ground. Sorry were that's excited as well and Yeah i'm looking forward to the republic mouse cause lot of good stuff there. The comics look good from what i've read so far the jet good. I've got a test of courage. And into the doc beat up to read again. Thank you to offer ends there right. So hopefully control for review of they've very shortly To throw a book. That's coming out. Alphabet squadron. victories. Prices coming out which is the third installment of alexander freight's alphabet squadron trilogy of endured the first two again stikes nu is a non running thing with me. The africa squadron book new characters introduces My love for the. I've comes for the original crew and cost because strike. Going to happen on heightened using that word again stakes you diagnose. What's going to happen is filled in everything menacing because the arm of knowing that they're in the precursor to sequels of the ot so victims product info and there is a mandatory novel coming out in november adam christopher's wrought as a novelist. It's untidy talked about yet. But that's been pushed back a year to this member so would amanda lauren novel interest. You might maybe. Maybe i'll draw the region original story if you're gonna if i'm gonna if i'm going to read a novel to be honest so i'll draw the get the all of the mandalorian but to be on. That looks absolutely incredible. Big shouts who have managed to get a hands on it. Because i was very soft up or things with the mandalorian logo slapped on it Dude always even look the other damon. I was looking on our boys over another based coda. Uk onslaught man offense avenue. Look at what they got for. Star wars stuff mandalorian stuff s premature sold out every like amazon ebay charging ridiculous prices or sold out. People love mandalorian much man and also speaking to a boy dan sexton albouy dexter no household rapa Speaking to this morning actually and he was walking his dog with his. Mrs down south and say front the other day and just walking by. And there's a little lot with his baby. Yoda toy just walking along. He's like token to his mom. All about the mandalorian and stuff like that. Let you really say such stuff around. Just people went. East shuts kids picking up toys. The pulp vinyl. The the the grogan of the child putnam most soul pop von. Ovo tyne mad isn't it. It's ridiculous me is ridiculous. The mandalorian has measurable amount of soft power and asya measurable. But that's because disney cape sta fax from us chroma but you can gauge from like analytics google analytics and stuff like that for two to see how successful a show in the mand lawrence killing to media trade stuff roy riot mando is ease killing it. And that's really really nice to say and to be honest my we're getting more. Tv action this year. And it feels quite surreal. Doesn't it really you know a bad batch stall was visions and of course a another. Show them show. We'll get to the now probably have heard of Thing would you recommend stalwarts visions on i. We've we've mentioned this on our announcement steps oj. Were you thinking. Only announcements episode. I was are mentioned that you know i'm actually intrigued. By star was vision because referred recruiting for something different. Lots of people are crying out for something different aiden star wars and now mccain was a ten ten enemy short films from the best. Japanese automate isn't studios. They're all telling these different stories with different diverse cultural. Look star wars intrigued by that might because your loved Anytime they can give star wars to different people or people haven't usually doubled with the before who come from a rich storytelling background on more for my again. I don't know the animators are here and nine them because they've been released yet but i've heard my sounds interesting. They were only going to be short. On how could be ten minutes. Fifteen twenty minutes could be fighting for. We know but. I think it's exciting. Because the little watched animated one of my big gaps filmography. But i'm aware of the impact on pop culture and how deep their stories can go. It excites me. My it really does excite me again. I'm not expect. I'm not sitting. They're expecting anything. Necessarily earth shattering quake if it just for something a little bit different might yem. I think that's a really good shell. That is a really good show on looking forward to to seeing what comes out of it. I am not a super anime fan. I'm surrounded by a of anime fan. So it's it's rubbed off or garoppolo of anime too. So were i. Don't count myself. As i began my fan. I have seen a lot of household under my films. Because of my brother my frank callum one of one of our patrons actually callum stage shall Absolute gangsta he. He's well his alibi and he showed me some marvellous modern anime films one of my favorites in your name real. That might really crazy. Really really crazy film but gorgeous and just so original. That's why loved by these japanese stories that they're original an sometimes a bit far fetched. But you the garage. Same boy the execution of them. Ease that the number price it was spot on is spun so yom looking forward to seeing what happens for me. I did say this on a previous pods for me. It seems like something that youtube channel. Yeah kinda adventures of the galaxy. Riot is this series is up the nine events. The start was advantages. Donna between what you may galaxy of. I'm that's the name of adventures on youtube stalwarts. Kids don't yet know all there's a lot of very good really fun. That's aci great on. I'm sure there are some kids absolutely door them. And i'm sure there's some people that are instructions star wars but for me. Yeah i'm not really. I'm not staying out with excitement thinking about this once again. Let's go back to what we were just talking about. Regarding the books it's not original. You know we're not really learning anything new here would just kind of looking at the same story may be from a different perspective and in a different ought style. That's my understanding of a think they new story. I think news stories. I really choice original story so it's not like we've x. Ventures acadia tycoon. the galactic events. Believe these are all new original stories might which is what which is what gets me kind of trillions to do when we original stories right war. Are we talking about what we do. It's things. yeah you're kidding me. i read about it. My understanding is that there's ten. It reached new story. So it's not based upon and it's been any other film will book or does say here right. It says here presenting own new creative types on the galaxy fall far away. Stoves visions will be a series of animated short film celebrating stalwarts through the lens of the world's best anime creators. I just took the is celebrating. Because i've got these. They've got the best antibiotics to come on. And give their take on. Star wars Fairly positive stories. Economists nebi too many docs theresa as far as my way They then new New stories out there not existing tax which prefer not see another looker. The yeah the awful. How luke han rescued liable voice versa of seen that before galaxy eventers did that so far away all new and if it is fully on board if it is then i'll check it out awesome having a cup of tea and biscuit brian I won't be quite as intrigued. It's the same of what we've seen before brian. I'm pretty much the Copper and biscuit watch install was visions. Anyway i'm leaning toward anyway but i'll still watch it and you never know my might watch just flaming may. Did you see that. Star wars visions. Yes to try to we. This is yeah. I really is recap all my imagine not be filth to might do recap of every single one of those shows that the That they stopped at that investor day thing last year worst english. Because i'm so excited the net. What about the bad batch. Because we've both been. It's funny because this time last year we were talking about more seasons. Safer than we're saying it will probably be okay. If you've heard this the oj of the show would have heard this before we will be fine. You know it'd be good fun. I'm sure probably put it at the bottom of our list for this and we probably already duck season seven for the most part the komo's and we've both commented that the bad batch whilst it sounds pretty choline I'm not as excited as we are for other things. And when the try to drop the okay more and more sort of interest the idea of that is because we have no. We're not gonna come down on the hangover now. We've had the mando. We're in that kind of period now where i want more content as possible because we have such a great time of the mandate we go to this new stock. So i'm looking forward to it just for something to watch but you know seeing people who come are phoenix going to be in there and who oh smile might not turn up and the time period is set other. I bump gain more and more where he goes boy. What about you. Though is your excitement grown and die. I eight tac. Tac tech is going to. Because he's the most annoying records guard the big boy. I'm joking i could. Of course want my miami intrigue of the old bad batch is going up a little bit. You now i am. I am a big cane. On the bad batch. now. I'm not gianola trailer. An icon out but feel like the platform announcement so we go a few weeks ago. As kind of overshadowed the fact that we got a new stall was trailer only a few weeks for a new show. Looks good my I'm glad that retained the clone wars animation. For this to me again. I may have already said this to me. It looks like eight over Should say it feels like a successor to decline was a roof success. I'm not just talking about. oh yeah. They can't climate and that doing rebels. A different animated show. Not this actually feels like not this. Continuation of the climate is what happens to clones off. Revenge the sixth that could peer to time whether clones us day-by-day getting older and older is is a clone day or clone year in human years natural year's nominees accelerate growing. Throw a really interest in my really interesting off think we could see some excellent storytelling here. Some really interesting story talent That is as much as i can. Sign thing right now because again. It is just i am. I show no disrespect right. Because i love deanna. It shows but neither that of course might about saying you. I loved the resistance. Figures a wherever the action figures are so cole and i rarely see them again. All guys i renewed by stike. Sam ashley did they look really good are like the look of them. I'm why wouldn't it be funny if our collection allows you must love. You must love resistance my rewatch whenever that may be you never know you might be our need. These figures now all of them all of them. I'm like i wa walk-in with a basket full of resistance figures hourly mrs. She'll be live local. you doing. Why why are we live is look look at captain haya right par. Kasim go out and tell me. This isn't for the greater good anymore. Puns into that look into kazoo. Ono's always you never know we. When we watched a mulligan. Mcconnell is to watch that show again in full not week by week. I want to binge watch it and hopefully get into. I'm glad to hear that. The for the bad batches. Monica will just because he's coming. He's coming soon to release this. I thought i heard somebody say february. It was coming. But i think that might be wishful thinking but are i wouldn't. It's just been an animated series. Hasn't been code a mini series or an event series so is potentially going for more than one season be interested if they used a bad batch. Another way to bridge the gap between episode three and episode folks. We've got food. In order to enact we've soda comics and stuff like that as well books. We don't have to see the bad batch take up. Some of that time is where keeps it especially when the clones are in force goes to close on around in the accelerated growth. So at what point did they really become redundant. So there's questions that i could answer tallish order. They're going to butt up interested to see how far down that rob. I would absolutely my absolutely. I'm looking forward to and you know you've already Mentioned finnick shan vanik now in the mandalorian season finale. We did get a little welcome surprise. You know we heard from multiple paypal. Sources news obstacles. They were saying there's going to be above that show after kathy kennedy does the announcements you know. Avoid a stall was stuff. Is there a boba fett. Show on there now. No way to know it been shocked off the ship in the nobody fat. Yes that's all we love it. we love it. Listen the book of boba fett. I just wanna say one more time. How good is that name. The my how coupe was the review win. Big boy sit on that throne shad naked sportscar and i say again. She needs your own throne. You can't sit in on the on your own. Might be gentlemen. Do you know what my law i have. The thing is right. She's not queen because she's she's indebted to to. That's right now it's for roy. He doesn't put you in a chain. They hire the slave labor caney slave shannon. I'm sure some members of the fan would like that might really looking forward to it because it's funny because we did our by buffet episode in may be october like will we get more bobber boba and this was when the rumors were going around now that there was going to be this perfect show and with iraq would do. We need one. Is it going to be any good blah. We seem in the mandate robert rodriguez and bringing back yet. This is this is a now. I caught one which So many people have done this one eighty. It seems that they thought like me released is fine. This guy in a cooler in suit who gets off very comically in return to the gentleman you know it didn't dive into the odu the now cooled legends. So i wasn't interested in you know. The fat from that side of are just moved from the films as a vivid goon really a now of seeing him in the on. What yes now. I get it this is this is faye as quality and a lot of people who pay said he already him now getting his own show is like potentially ru- running the criminal underworld. That's exciting magna awareness. Shani's great character of other people seem to really lock character plus a lot. Jimmy adamson roundtable. She's into bad batch. So we're gonna see more character going forward. Yes so they were gonna invest and apparently she was mentioned appeared in one of the latest bounty hunter comics well so so that vara headline so that comedy was now something like Bosco something was chosen ahead of phoenix shan for mission. Something of that so but now. I'm excited my where on earth what's going to happen. We see him on his throne. So he's got him in shannon. What is missing ten episodes or can i do the now. We know we've got it. What what they're going to do right. So it is a limited series his nap and so really. If we try to deconstruct this a wee bit you know. And i'm sure we're not going to get to the point here on on this low segment really above fat has literally bolted into was jobless palace. And now bibs palace boda in earning join a variety. Wash act out don laser. Drink so a spouse. There's gonna be some people who want to have a slice of that cake. He want of the action here on is something. Might you know the hots right. You'd you'd assume not beebees now the how right before chain with a hot miami. You'd think so. It's an anti autocracy right right. I was thinking that because it doesn't make a bit complicated right because we're actually species rice on the species and now hotter. Yeah and that dead very good. That's very good being gang overlords to being the athletic that nouri threatening to people emend if talk weeds. One from the komo's zero. The his name was. Yeah the dow virginian. He can't be called did accident but Blasted by choice news for the hot summation in the republic is well. They mentioned that. I've been around for a long time ryan anyway so yeah bibs been killed so baba's that on on gonna guess the there's gonna be some power struggles a great to see what tattooing is doing. I guess what would ask the thing. Seeing more tattooing. I guess katharina from sao done. Mind it now because we know the that stop. That's the home base of baba and senate. Now right it's when with mando is kind of different because he has free rein go literally anywhere in the galaxy yet and he's been to tattoo in quite a few times. It feels like that right so it's a bit different a bit different bu- recipe. Yeah i suppose. Cats swing not as as lively as it once was right. Not that i think that point was was consciously made when they're going through the straits of Moss is leo. All wherever masa did they got. Moss aspe- i think do Anyway so it looks like it's more down and it looks like a lot of people just opt in left onto the core systems for a walk. That's the impression i got. So yeah it'll be it'll be interesting but the truth is my boy. One hundred percent shore. What the show is all about. And in fact on. Who's the bad guy who's protagonist. Who's who heroin this. Who who should we be point. Well it's obviously boba. But i'm not walk sense. Maybe maybe maybe is playing this whole big plan you know where mando boba a soka. They will want their own greater. Good to save hanging on through coats house here. They want to be part of the great i. I think you might be right in. Terms of people wanted to have a slice of that pie because anything can think of and again giant determine. Dave forty some grand plan about about what is the only thing i can think overlaps with the mandalorian time period which also overlaps with a soaker and ranges at higher republic. And of course they're going to be out off to after some expecting too much. We might get some for that as well Terms of the story. I can only think of it being. Buffet is having to fight off potential on gangsters but at the same time. That doesn't exactly sound very good. I think we'll see him. Five is wild the salt lake. Y'all yeah i do But yea geno my. I'm really interested in what they've got to tell you know he's kind of like a mystery and the thing is might we've the mandalorian season two and it was delivered to us. I'm so intrigued to see what happens next. I just really want to see what happens next. Including what happens if boba unfinished lovelock's war so he's now the boss now. What what does that mean. What the implications like who who who. Who else is going to die. Will we see cobham's guy to riot. Try to like bring justice to assign area or a peace and security to sutton area. Imbaba's no that's against moyer entrust and while i'm trying to hear. His voice bubbles goal because at the beginning of mando he just wanted his alma he just wanted his alma bike and we good right so now what now he's got. He's got fanatic. Now messed maybe for another show. But it's and i don't i don't want to come across i. I'm excited. I am so now you come across excited. My is obviously just the ways of sora gonna go. is it going to be surprised boardwalk. Empire type thing. We've got warren of factions or. Will it be that way we get called. Because also we're gonna find out why fiber gonna be cut off to take his arm about way. Slate one poconos ace. Said i'm sure they're going to go into that but the way they handled back in the mando though it was quite quick so i'm not expecting too much to a on how out saw while he did go off to call barak and it could be very. Quick flashback or very couple of dialogue. Because john does anti-theft. See my talk really want to spend too much time With the backstory. When that's not a bad thing. We don't need an episode biography. Got out of the solid pit episode to see how why didn't go and for drink cover. Crimes hate that semi well. We didn't really see an episode of. How cub got the armagh by bizarre. You know we just flash binatli. It did work quite well. Even know called was on a spada guy not fifty miles an hour talking lot. He was just next to him in a coffee shop on. how are they. salma was head off. Rapidly had on at night yeah. That's my biggest criticism of the flippin. Season really annoys me. That saying i've seen that cnn. In your roy cop fans perfectly coiffured. Hair doesn't move in the winds room equally. Y'all missile talks status. He's a. I'm excited for it. I go that isn't that isn't a to the detriment of our excitement. We just we just don't know. And if and if you guys know where the by show marco we'd absolutely love to hear but i'm i'm looking forward to seeing on. That list really was through in the senate say the marvel star wars. Line a yeah. I preferred twenty-fifth day. One how that started. This one started off a bit. Some of the story posted this debate like doing this falls appoint reservoir fighter. I mentioned new last week week before that. Has that's carrying places that's tying things into the sequel trilogy nicely but not like not stupidly. They feel vital. Not let you must read rosie miss now but in terms of the side cannon dogfight cbs's student an awful lot to tie it so after having been hopefully enamored with this new round at the africa mix and bounty hunters haven't really been following. I've read them. But i'm cocky overly overly bothered by them but i think there's a lot of potential them to have this other side of star wars the underworld which we might be getting in bugger failure to have fiscal darker underbelly and how the how the saw work. It's a lot of potential for bringing in great characters and great plot points but just don't really seem to want to do that in a minute but they might do and another again that comic books as mccafferty devoted leading fans. But yeah i think was one thing that might you on. You mentioned the higher republic. But what's the one thing then. Which if you could only watch or read or Undertaken any of these. What would it be come. My car boy is it matt. Great good surely again. My book by buffet goes iraq is just no question. No question is kebob. That probably followed by bad backs. We high republic in a strong third. That is i would go for the. I'm tight now because the brooklyn buffet is up there simply because how could the mandatory. No this is going to be in the same style basically so it's kind of a manned lights Looking forward to that posted a public my so excited to see that where it is gonna gotten the first offering the first time. I was excellent. So that's now might be thinking well if it's going to be closer released least near this right. It's going to be boss my so. It's a toy between the republic and the book of bob fit for me so The rest is up. I'm looking forward to it. With those two specially fine okay. Juno all my if i'm going to take away from this is the greater good. You're listening to the star wars session outcast probably britain's greatest star wars podcast 2021 preview is over and now i think for the ikuta we should head into the pantene a- and see what you guys have been saying shall we my to it a couple of points of calf aka the the great good good mind for cheeky english point for those new to the show each week. We we sit down here in the team with the greatest listeners in the galaxy which is you guys we have a couple of the aforementioned cafes and we want to get your thoughts on our mind discussion which of course this week is the twenty twenty one offerings. Here's what you had to say. Yes absolutely and to start us off in this. Very spicy segment of the show is our boy vic cash raw less hero. I'm luke because she's happy twenty twenty one to birth. I'm quite lucky. At the moment. Because i'm catching up on the last three seasons of the kleinwort's shortage installs installs content for made for now. However i have seen the trailer for the bad batch which i'm really looking forward to because it will fill the void perfectly after i've finished with the colonels. Also it looks like to see a cheeky. Bit of shannon the ban batch side looking forward to see how her character develops too cheeky. bit of offensive. Shan't indeed the cash. Thank you so much for that. Awesome voicemail may my boy. The cash mentioned clone was right. I got message today from a friend could fill and fill is clone was on disney plus worth watching the his very casual stall was fine as he is just odd watching mandalorian this week and he thoroughly enjoyed it he likes some of the star wars a hard one because i feel i would feel bad saying yet jump in inmate you can love it and then i four episodes is going to be like what is this is a feel wants to feel the thrill then thing to do is to google anna science proper city but the kind was best arc's cause some of the oxygen and the am barak them maybe not the mortis but the embar rock the move staff for the mangalore a really costly start wars and he always need to know everything that's going on this long as you've got an understanding that they were clones out there you can pretty much go straight in so you could probably start with some of the better ox because i say come the first ones i've gone back and rewatch for the patriot and with all of the knowledge that we've talked over the last few years from the books games films comics movies video games all those films suddenly me those crime wars episodes serie suddenly made a lot more now because there's more white attributed to them for everything else spur for newcomers won't be rookie stars but she's the first two seasons which aren't as bad as i remember but they do get best you might be worth google asking for some of the better ocsar start with a fill like anita leave him a voice mile explaining that you know might even just send him this yes politics sections what life fifty five minutes to xyz but yeah thank you the cash for sending in that spicy message you save the cash the cash what would you site to fill last night. I said you know it. Boiler snow through us from written responses. Of course social media handles which will give it the end of the show. Johnny alif king said one hundred percent. Har- republic is what he's looking for to excited to get something new are known new characters not so tied down. I was come before this episode of the cost comes out. Ob reading the jeddah on certainly hope you enjoy as much as welsh. Wookey said currently awaiting my republic. but i'm loving. This is hopefully going to fill the void of mando and distract me from january but makes most excited to sfu's a long way off for the moment and act. Good moon says most excited about the claudia gray novel into the dark and the mandate seasons three for sure i think mind is season. Three's now coming out with twenty twenty two. But he's starring production they see so we'll give you that one might. Yeah yeah oh very very good comments up next brooke bellenger said the book of boba fett has me thoroughly excited accommodate. See what's in store for boba and finish and i'm also looking forward to the bad batch. The high republic and thrown ascendancy see greater. Good loss leah. Nor how kwela said anything with fenick shan't on she rolls. Thank you very much for. Oh those spicy comments guys equate. No throughout the comex has been a lot of excitement for the booker and the republic as well which is pretty handy plus there has also been a fair. You mentioned for throwing the sentencing good so looking forward to it again. The last one carol sorority will surprise any decent onuma pink good but none of them really risen. Above the level of good for me characterized the past four so far so great. Good my end up. Being a lot of excitement will work by in our public for luke said. Thank you for sending in your message. If you didn't get to this week we will certainly look to feature you on one of the upcoming episodes of the band senior extra contents patriotdepot dot com forward slash starrewards sessions. You know it's going to be good best. Podcast podcast Ed danny boy asks. That's why we are in the spiciest parts of the band. Tina where patrons gets. Ask us a patriot. Question that's ryan kick us off. Is our boy luke. Summer field with a new eel number. He's asking us map he asks us. What are both of your theories on. Why grogan is during the sequel. Trilogy mine is he could be a soaker or ezra or he could be on manda law. Whoa thinking that mattie boy hudson any of those could be true. I don't think he's luke skywalker still during the sequel trilogy because the not in the last jedi false awakens because looks on the orland and i think i hope he's with dean i some point night Get back together. Said we'll see each other again. He promised him you never from a child something. Because i don't forget so. I think he's going to be we've within. Hopefully he's retired. Maybe retired to salkin. And he's going back to that village to get together with the widower so once they are think he's with the mando. Hopefully not with Luke when the temple gets destroyed as it did in the ross of i rent so i think i think he's within jar and he could be of a soaker or as but couldn't seem overly keen on taking him for the very good regency guy. You so i think it'd be awfully suddenly tehran. Luke stadium okay. I'll have them now. So i think he's going to be with dean. But what about you might right. Unfortunately a half to hijack on because because that was actually. My answer are cont. I account see there being any other options. A really con- has to be grew with dench. Surely right surely. I think that is actually going to play into the whole story of the mandalorian series. I'm still convinced on yet to see. Another compelling argument the grow goo be alive during the sequel trilogy. And he's gonna end up with with right and finn. English rose right right. That's that's where he's going to end up and dinh's just back and locking giza on a rocking chair with his helmet off watching them train and stuff and he's gonna. That's my bar. That's why over at mando. Listen matt jon. Favreau and dave loney on sitting in office right now thinking. How are we going to kill off. Grow gu how can kill off these money making machine in the most absurd way. And they're going to do they are they. They're not going to do. I do think the soka thing could be accurate about but leuke boy. Let me a seizure. Question a seizure but let me razia soka as fra. Do you think they're going to be alive. During the sequel trilogy shooting and they're going to be alive. I reckon they're gonna get killed him this some last year and before assign. We're going to see matt luke skywalker at some point in the mandalorian. It's given me more. Spor- is giving me more confidence breaks. Yeah right hang on what our sources given us this stuff here. I actually occurred. Honestly see ohka dying in at the end of shallow something at the end of the like that. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah the cyber dying to save ryo something from au. Bon is based otari basically. Yeah i've been before. A lot of certain parts of canada. Mando are putting story first the time so no. They're not necessarily prioritize. One thing i've ever and that's why. I hope that alkhanov off the pipe sounds awful. If they all gonna kill grew then it if it makes sense for the story then do it do it. We just because those toys who cares if it's much swat star was had levelled it for forty years. Let's not put merchant toys and lunchboxes ahead of telling good story. And then there's me preaching to one of the one of the richest companies in the world. Who likes making a bit. But if they could prioritize story and it means that baba has to go then it will obviously be for the greater good intended interested. I think he'll be a life jump through a few holes to say where he is or they could to say he the gone by this time. Nobody luca dissipate. He just went into a normal command. There was no jet. I cough to follow so for. There is an easy way out of it. And then after the sequel trilogy. The of her live luke sacrificing bay latino eighteen our whatever. Beat picking up the reigns. Now kind of thought gonna find this reiko and starting again who knows tons up for the battle of exco gets blown. Yeah he turns out for the celebration in tell you what did i miss. Yeah gets drink over. Said beats the big human. Uk's forgotten his name. Now it's really bad. Pay gone probably freak and i can hang out grow and bobby. Yes good question. Nikola reverse question soaker. Ezra they still going to be around the sequel trilogy interested in those new patriots. Steve miss reindeer. He asks one which. I can only assume it's absolutely directed at loup blah. Here he asked. What's your favorite item at fast food place. That was only around for a limited time. Mainly mcdonald's so luke right on now. Suddenly the house expert of fast food right hang on the thing is the crazy thing is i do get a lovable. The all limit run stuff. I'm all over it. Glisten steve mcdonnell. I kind of have a love hate. It's not even love. Hey it's not even accion. I have a like dislike relationship with mcdonald's to be honest. Stave a format donalds. He's like consistently okay. Mcdonald's are made absolute filth loved that light la other curry the other day from minto buzzer delivered twenty percent off justin stay. Let's say jazzed. Ed mission that the snoop goeke song as well banging absolutely banging. It was crazy. I never do that. Women donald now listen stave if you tell and if you really if you really push me for an answer the double pounder. Krieger air. mind behrmann stave. The our exclusives over here are different to once get america because i think oh stevie boys over in massachusetts usa so maybe the double compound listen. I don't get all like mad on mcdonald's you something else die. May i have brought the heat on something else. Google easy i go. I started going absolutely mental when tanko bell. 'cause i'm going for something similar right. I'm assuming you want something similar. So forget mcdonald's let's go to taco bell when taco bell bring out the naked chicken taco. I go mental boy you know like taco shell right yes. Imagine but it's it's instead of shell it's actually like fried chicken right and in the middle there's just the salad and veg and cheese right so that show meet. The me is an echo. The toco is the me now. Now hang on wall there. Whoa their own stop now. Don't stop now. We spice it up a little bit i tell them i'll have a naked chicken taco blaze that anger on before you finish that. Let me add. Something on there are work. I spit different on that. Yes is different i want. I want something a bit different place. Can you per the shredded mexican. Chicken inside of the naked chicken toco plays. They're like what like how you would renault. Yes like of a normal taco so the chicken shell more mexican shaking and then salad on top. Yes please thank you very much done judge me. That is absolute filth. Cool it whatever you want. Cool the blow special. I don't care it's delicious. Go to taco bill ambassador nasser to blow special and they'll take a step back and put a hand to their chase. It's only when they're on. It's only when they're doing the naked tacos dunaway's do them but then we go mayb. Go well you meant to sleeps in massachusetts. Every time i think massachusetts i think boston boston cream donut and get excited about that. Even though that originated in new england. So how does that work boston's in new england. I write rasa -chusetts. Your new england isn't estate. New england is a group of a few states riot gray. Go then i've been schooled. It's like ham newham massachusetts new york on the old colonies. I think most of them that northeast again. Let steve last night for wrong be raising wrong. Every word of what. I've just said was wrong for that is a quality answer for me. I'm not a massive. Used to have mcdonalds when i was young garnered much anymore. I don't know the states have managed to keep them mcdonagh's tasting noise. Because the ones over here i used to be will be wrote a rape bicyc- but have a group process mosh posh lovett companies. They did new york bagel stack burger. Which are actually quite enjoyed. It was a bagel to bogus cheese. Bacon this pepper mayonnaise quite nurses who does not happily classified rome atkin but keep in terms of Would bring back if i could use a magical dream. Stone allow wonder woman i four. Who would bring back. Dunkin donuts in terms would be used to keep that place running. I basically and then when they won that it closed up over french open stores around the uk and go on instagram. And i send him a message. Please bring back the show withdrawn so. I've ignored my request. So i want dunkin donuts backing chelmsford as soon as possible. Because that's my favorite brand of doughnuts. And i'll meet them. I need them either. Dunkin donuts in new york. One time and i was actually a wee bit disappointed but take that back by dancing at the donut made a had like it was like a brownie. Donut and it was a lot. It was like not not lie monetarily. Cheap as chips may tapie bows at night. This is a law lie in the cream which originate in california. I believe i should have gone to those with my j. h. cooperate with he has a. Here's a dunkin donut around the corner. And he's a teacher so when he goes to inform. You doesn't get doughnut but usually get a coffee but just the words just telling him story but just hearing the word dunkin donuts once a week. Greeley makes my blood boil on one around here anymore. You know what though it'll right when my friends from california have come to the uk there are there are things that law merican products we have in the uk that they don't have in california dunkin donuts is in california smiling or it's not super popular is just not really thing just like how you can get in and out in california but not in the east northeast. East coast love him. I love their false food. Culture doughnut king around the corner from or live now. Thirteen australian branch of doughnut. French one of the biggest in australia. And it just come to essex places. They love it didn't they. They do not knocking now. Qua qua went off tangent there. But yeah that's what we think he's loving it but to be honest. Maybe a few question asked us about british. Snacks will blow down. We'll give you the lowdown. Maybe one day we might now. You're some you never know up next last but not least ato is our boy from down under is duff dildo who asks what would be your ideal real life. Conversations interrupts by randomly asking. What about the droid attack on the keys. It's a symbol my boy but can you handle it. Can you handle this question. My going to obviously one of them would have been is out of loved way was being born if they if they are asking. You know we need to do this. Commitment midwives rushing around. We need to do this. Can you check this and just to say what about. The george tackled just to have a room full of angry midwives. They wanted to string me up just out of the end of alienating any meeting when when the question is asked to any other business or can we wrap up hand up. What about the joy to on the keys to the end of the mating is the moment where everyone's like please please. Nobody asked a question. We just want to get a please. Please please just to ask that question. Just to see their action. Everybody's swin horror of you put in your hand through that meetings and then have in that nine question aspect. If i had the kony's i would absolutely love to question at the end of end of a business meeting. What about you boy. Right okay So around man's here. And i'm having a cup of coffee. She's not a few biscuits. Get phone call. Luke beckham home. This is this is twenty seven. Sixteen now wisconsin. Now mom luke despair come on all right then drive. I'm dr i'm reich. I was going to be about mom sitting there. She's crying her eyes out. Mom's friends there. As well suzy's they're trying arise out what's going on luke. Purdie has had to be put down now. Purdy was a princess map. Forget about lia- yes demand. Princess cat cap james. My brother he knows all about. Yeah just mum's discounting details man. Yeah start walking funny. It was just it was. You know who's just the right time but also needed to stand up show so compassionate. Yeah and sit down that dolphin. Look my mom in the is he has big brown eyes. My mom and well by the droid attack. What the joint attack on keith. You could cut that tension with a knife. And he's got about lake more about the join. It's kind of a case because shakes before musty odor. Gone out by himself. And then and then i started our mental start losing their mill. How dare you. How dare you be upset about. Heard your princess when they help were case. Yeah oh being sent to mindanao dinner. Why don't know why was he there. Why loads of rookies imprisoning mim ban. I don't know but they are that. Say either that or may be on a no lie. Gerna mortgage me in or something. What yeah something. That is a good one night. Maybe we could film ourselves out of it like a prank. We'll put it on put online or something. Yeah let's do it issue issue the challenge to everyone. Now send us. We'll give you the links at the end. Send us your video or audio. that's what you can do of you interrupting dropping. What about the joy to tackle the work. He's into a conversation disclaimer. Trying to do anything to morbid though. But we love to hear you can get in and people's reaction we'd love to hear it. Yeah no no dead. Cats people don story here. Yeah we're all for the greater. Good ascendancy my alarm going to troy. I'm going to try and get if you count as well. I'm gonna feel myself doing it. Anybody out there please do join in. And we have the the door to tackle the rookie challenge a dylan boyfriend down under original. So you've may have started something. Look what you have made dylan. So everybody out. There would love to hear to those questions. Grow goo favorite fast food places only limited time item. And how would you interrupt a conversation by the door to. He's one step further. We want to we want you. We want to visually see or hear. Do is senator leagues. We're going to give him a million barr. Thank you so much for sending in those patriot questions one and we look forward to answer enough load in next week's show bartender says it for this week. Sorry about the mess. We'll be back again next week for the band. Tina chow does stall sessions day. That's right ladies and gentlemen of the stalwart sessions game. Every week there is a game at the end of our podcast and this week is my turn to host. It might be boy. Aw you ready. I was ready as i'm ever going to pay more for first game at twenty twenty one the first game of twenty twenty one. It's it's spicy. One is an original is the first time we're playing this game. It's stallworth. Sessions x factor. Have you got the egg. My boy dan dan. Dan know. maybe we'll find out. Maybe well what you just doing is pretty much what you're going to be doing. My i'm i'm your judge. An and maybe some other judges in the room to and you have to sing to us all hama whatever. Just you have to display your your talents. Sessions got talent. 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7: The Gay Agenda

American Hysteria

36:09 min | 2 years ago

7: The Gay Agenda

"On the season will be exploring the moral panics urban legends and conspiracy theories that shave our psychology and culture, and why we end up believing them. I'm your host Chelsea over Smith, and this is American hysteria. That he would even burn the school read, then allow them to be talking homosexuals will be last to think we could all get to reality. We can't the homosexual lobby will not Rhys to till they have silenced last force of sexual moments and punish the last surviving. Christian. You see your son dropping the limp wrist, you rock over there, and crack that wrist. It's likely that most of us have at least some memory of the juiciest celebrity scandal of nineteen ninety nine when after spending his life in the closet. This children's entertainer was shamefully outed and held up to public scrutiny flounces about to both cheers and jeers that flagrant homosexual was of course, gender trader in satanic secret agent. The flamboyant shameless Sodomite Tinky Winky the purse carrying purple Teletubby as funny as gay Tinky Winky was then and still is this real conservative outrage came on the tail end of a rash of explicit anti-gay, videos and books that fashion throughout the nineteen nineties. What we now call the gay agenda a conspiracy theory that turned gays into active ages of moral destruction these works consolidated and updated the image of the homosexual threat in aluminum esque secret, elite that planned to normal. Allies homosexuality through indoctrinating recruiting the young accused of using kids shows and public schools to influence impressionable minds. The gay militants were aggressive sexually deviant sexually dangerous secretly powerful agents of a massive conspiracy to bring down democracy Jesus, God, fearing, Christians and the happy heavenly futures of their heterosexual children, which they believed could be suddenly struck gay by just the mere mention of homosexuality. But how exactly did the Christian right of the nineteen nineties transformed? Queer people those who disproportionately face violence and bullying job discrimination, depression, and suicide into a national security threat. They borrow from a long history of dark, rumors and slander of both religious and scientific misinformation and a long history of organized efforts to read America of this dangerous moral disease by any means necessary. You might even call it an agenda one that started as the first puritan settlers set foot on the easternmost shore and one that rang in my queer little ears centuries later as I hoped nervously and in secret for proof that I wasn't alone. Telly tubbies was a UK import a technicolor world of rolling green hills and baby-faced son a psychedelic home to four doughy aliens with TV's on their stomach and their own babbling toddler like language. He is purple the gay pride color and his antenna is shaped like a triangle, the gay pride symbol, our dear friend, moral majority, founder Jerry Falwell wrote in an issue of his magazine. The character had a boy's voice, he continued. But he often carried a red person war to two on the today show. He told Katie Couric to have little boys running around with purses and acting feminine and leaving the idea that the masculine male, the feminine female is out and gay is okay is something Christians. Do not agree with Tinky Winky outing came a few years after a lurid video series, titled the gay agenda was produced by the. Springs of life ministries in California. It was an almost pornographic documentary showing the truth about the gay lifestyle. Making claims that in general homosexuals have between three hundred and five hundred sexual partners. And that ninety percent of them routinely. Ingested fecal matter it also taught Christian America about such sexual practices as fisting rim. Ing and golden showers, but these videos weren't just marketed to the fringe, in fact this video series made it to the highest government offices in the nation, truly influencing future policy, even leading supreme court Justice, Antonin Scalia to claim that the courts were signing onto the homosexual agenda. To be fair. It wasn't Falwell himself who came up with a queer Tinky Winky a well-known gay gossip columnists named Michael must've had said in Entertainment Weekly that the Teletubby offered. A great message. Not only that it's okay to be gay, but the importance of being well excess arised the advocate called Tinky Winky a big fabulous fag. And said that he helped kids know that it's okay to take an interest in accoutrements of the opposite gender foul and others read deeply into the tongue in cheek quips made by gay writers, believing the Teletubbies show was purposefully influencing children into gender, abnormal and even homosexual behavior. This is a good chance to be clear for those of you who may not be fully educated on this subject Tinky, Winky gender identity. Just like those who identify as transgender or gender. Non binary is not contrary to popular belief related to his sex. Reality the way that someone identifies their gender is distinct from the people they choose to be intimately involved with. But our society has long linked these two things together illustrated by the suspicions we had in nineteen ninety nine as my three year old brother inspired by Tinky Winky began carrying around his toy cars in a purse. He ended up a heterosexual man as we learned with the Tanic panic fundamentalists had long been on the hunt for these indoctrinating forces in children's entertainment, take this quote from nine hundred eighty seven essay called the cereal box conspiracy against the developing mind that says of a Barbie breakfast cereal. The image of scantily clad Barbie showing lots of plastic flesh might be just the ideal breakfast companion for the developing heterosexual. Boy, the result of this may be to confuse the young boys sexual orientation, and this may be welcomed by food manufacturers for markets. Surveys have found gay men to be more avid shoppers than their hetero counterparts. Maybe you'll also recall my favorite guy from the mid nineteen eighties. Phil Phillips who wrote turmoil in the toy box all about satanic, cartoons and toys. Well, he also charged the Smurfs with being homosexual commune and Smer fete with being a transgender woman. And then we can go back even further to nineteen fifty four when a psychologist named Frederick worth them published. His book called seduction of the innocent about the dangers of comic books on the minds of the young. Can you guess who worth them outed? None other than that beefcake Batman, and his twinkie sidekick, Robin pointing to several apparent examples that proved a gay subtext showing what appeared to be a secret sexual relationship between the heroes. Wonder woman was presented as a kind of militant feminist lesbian with scores of young female concubines. According to. Worth them, the Batman and Wonderwoman. Type story could stimulate children into homosexual fantasies endangering their normal heterosexual futures as members of their respective nuclear families, and because of that threatening the entire social order and even American capitalism and democracy itself. Make no mistake these deviant seek no less than total control and influence in society. Politics, our schools, and in our exercise of free speech and religious freedom. If we do not act now homosexuals will own America. That was Jerry Falwell again. If you remember at the sewed on the aluminum, some of the stuff is going to sound suspiciously familiar, the gay agenda conspiracy theory uses a similar template flipping the script. So that the oppressed become the oppressors this is well represented by a controversy that exploded in New York City in the mid nineties over a multicultural curricula. Lem designed to help foster a sense of understanding between students of different cultures. This included a small section of advice to educators, and parents that they teach their students simply that gay people exist and deserve respect, but the president of district twenty fours board called the guide quote, dangerously misleading lesbian, homosexual propaganda and accused the chancellor of perpetuating, quote as big ally as any concocted by Hitler, or stolen likely referencing the pink swastika written in nineteen ninety-five which claim that homosexuals had in fact, not been targeted during Nazi Germany's rain and that instead Hitler in the other high-ranking, Nazis were all gay men themselves Mirroring, the kind of holocaust denial that says that Jews are faking their oppression to posture as victims. Homosexuality strikes at the very root of the family is ripping apart the very definition of family destructive, mentally, we know it, and you bet your life. About it. We well not down. We haven't team. Our raynham. And. I'm happy. A lot of this got started back in nineteen forty eight. When psychologist Alfred Kinsey published the results of his research into homosexual behavior, which said that one in ten people were gay, and that gay men did not have to appear feminine and gay women did not have to appear masculine in fact, more often than not they didn't. Meaning that there was no way to hourly. Tell the difference the common conception of homosexuality at the time was that it was essentially contagious and one could be influenced into the lifestyle. And on the flip side influenced out of it in nineteen fifty two scientists bolster these religious fears when psychologist named homosexuality a pathology, and it was listed under the banner of sociopathic personality deviation, though, an improvement to it being seen as a criminal offence. The mental illness angle is where we see conversion therapies begin with the intent of converting homosexuals back to heterosexuality with the most extreme examples being urologist, Walter Freeman who used ice pick lobotomies to cure almost. Fifteen hundred homosexuals in most of those he operated on with no formal training, by the way, were left severely disabled for the rest of their lives. Other forms of conversion therapy last to this day and have included forced hospitalizations and electroshock therapy. This idea that gay people were more common and more hidden in the nation. Previously new led to this feeling that homosexuals could be this kind of invisible agent. Suddenly everyone was a suspect and everyone was Volna Rable in the nineteen fifties. The TV dinner buttoned up family obsessed American Pleasantville was shot through with a chilling Cold War paranoia, the threat of the Soviet Union. And it spies at the beginning of the decade. Senator Joseph McCarthy started what is now called the red scare leading a witch hunt for a supposed- Spiring of communists in positions of influence as well as whoever fit his own agenda, like black civil rights leaders left-wing protesters. University professors in Hollywood actors McCarthy also led another purge a lesser known. But even more devastating panic called the lavender scare in which the F B I fired four hundred twenty five suspected gay men and women from US government employment. They did this. They said because these quote sexual perverts were susceptible to blackmail, by the communists McCarthy also intimidated, those who spoke out against him by threatening to out them homosexuals and often said explicitly to reporters if you wanna be against McCarthy boys, you got to be there, a communist or cuck sucker. From here this fear of the homosexual shifted into something more actively sinister when yet again conservatives didn't get the gay joke. Anti-gay groups freaked out over the discovery of a collective of artists from the nineteen thirties that call themselves the home turn a joke. Name inspired by communist term called the common. Tern an organization who wanted to spread communism to the west. The Hamad turn, however was just a friendly gathering of queer artists and writers who had a pipe dream of living open lives and helping others to live them too. But to those embroiled in Cold War eighty the existence of Haman, turn signal none other than quote, an international homosexual conspiracy that mirrored the communist one with the single goal of destroying traditional American values three years. After the lavender scare President Eisenhower would sign an executive order which barred homosexuals from working for the federal. Government. Approximately five thousand gay people were forcibly outed and fired from federal employment, including those in the military. In addition, many public school teachers lost their jobs and many were publicly outed. These actions certainly forced gay folks deeper into the closet, but nonetheless, they continued to find ways to find each other. Strong all night audit people we went. Oh my God. I'm not alone. There are other people that feel incited the same way. Since the nineteen twenties gay bars had served as the only public meeting place to meet other queer people and many gay folks at the time referred to it as their version of church, a place to belong to be as you really are a place to no longer feel alone. And maybe even find love as the sexual revolution began in the nineteen sixties these bars were routinely rated by police who often beat and even sexually assaulted patrons before arresting them and publicly outing them in the newspapers which ruined careers and families on one particular night in nineteen sixty-nine police rated New York City's stonewall bar lining. Everyone up and asking for their ID's. Like, they usually did the police began groping the lesbians in sight of everyone else. And then as the patrons were slowly loaded by police into the Patty wagons out front a crowd began to grow around them, many reports say that a mixed race Butch lesbian, drag king named stormy delay. Larvae was hitting the head with a police baton. She turned to the crowd and implored them to do something right before turning and punching the cop in the head with that Orion. Ensued lasting six days with queers of all stripes, throwing bottles and bricks reportedly led by drag queens and trans women of color like Marsha p Johnson. The queen's form singing kick lines and faced off directly with rows of armed police when the cops captured one of the rioters the crowds surrounded them until they gave the rioter back. The NYPD was actually forced to retreat from the swarm limp-wristed deviance and the strengthened inspired a group. They have been forced into fear for so long was overwhelming in the years after stonewall things were actually looking up for the gay community. And with the liberal changes of the nineteen seventies laws against same sex activities were removed from the books in many states as the media spread the news of the. Successive stonewalls gay resistance, gay rights groups popped up in every major city in December nineteen Seventy-three the APA voted unanimously to remove homosexuality from the DSL gay folks finally have reason to hope for a better future that is until one former Miss America runner-up Christian singer in Florida, orange, juice, spokeswoman, Anita. Bryant was given word from her husband her pastor and God that it was time for her to stand up for her rights to fight against these militant conspiratorial queers in the name of her faith to protect who else. But those impressionable and easily explainable children. That's next. 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Now of fifty percent off your first month by heading to take care of dot com. And using our promo code. AH fifty. That's take care of dot com. Promo code h fifty for fifty percent off your first month. In nineteen seventy seven in Dade County, Florida the home of the city of Miami. A group of gay men worked with the local government to propose an ordinance to end housing and employment discrimination based on sexual orientation, which included local schools and churches at first Anita quietly road to the commission to voice her concerns to say that it was actually her and all good Christians that were being discriminated against with this new law their rights to protect their school age children from the knowledge of sexual deviance completely revoked when the ordinance still passed. Among lawmakers Anita turned up the heat taking private meetings with her husband and other right-wing activists, including Jerry Falwell to concoct a new more consumable media strategy. They soon realized that they could use the oldest trick in the moral panic book naming their organization save our children with Anita swooning some of the stories I could tell you of child recruitment and. Child abuse by homosexuals would turn your stomach she popularized. The idea that gay people unable to have children of their own sought to recruit other people's children into the homosexual lifestyle. Updating the false in devastating stereotype of homosexuals is child molesters for a slightly more empathetic Christian. She shared in an interview with playboy magazine, her belief that the male homosexual eats sperm the most concentrated form of blood. They are eating life as vampires need to recruit donors to survive. So does the homosexual Anita also added in that pesky slippery slope argument that is still parroted today. Saying next we'll have to give rights to prostitutes and people who sleep with Saint bernards and nail biters though, she believed in felony status forty year prison sentences for homosexual acts and called homosexuals quote. Human garbage. She also created the spin the anti-gay movement was a movement of love hate the sin. Not the sinner. She said the group gathered sixty four thousand signatures and had the ordinance successfully repealed emboldening them to continue the same work all over the nation. One hundred percent oranges from Florida anytime. He comes many ways in many, so wholesome. Hsun? From the this and China. The relationship between gay rights groups in anita's crusade continued to grow more and more antagonistic gay bars all over the country began boycotting Florida, orange juice making screwdrivers from apple juice, vodka and calling. It the Anita Bryant cocktail selling shirts that said squeeze a fruit for Anita and donating. Proceeds to gay rights groups continuing their creative activism one man went as far as literally pie. Ing Anita in the face. Virginia, and we're met with protests and all kinds of problems and every. Judy judy. Well leapt is a fruit pie fruit pie. I gotta be honest, again, laughing at that when a needle lost gig hosting a singer sewing machine sponsored craft show for her controversial political behavior. She went on to claim that she had been blacklisted by a homosexual conspiracy, oblivious to the fact that she herself had been pushing for a national blacklisting of homosexuals, perhaps most sinisterly these anti-gay activists also played to the complicated relationships between black folks who had just cheat civil rights in the previous decade, and homosexuals that they purposely construed as only rich white and powerful and therefore undeserving of the civil rights that black folks had worked so hard for these were the same Christian groups that had a long history of opposing black civil rights working against the very groups that they now exploited this picture of the homosexual, of course, racist black queer people the very folks that were said to. Lead the riots at stonewall through this lens. Homosexuals already had the power. They need it protect themselves from thera- parent discrimination. And instead they were looking for special rights, but why why would this group of people fake discrimination and spend so much time working for civil rights that they didn't actually need? It was simple. These early fundamentalists said that's just what evil people do they take more and more to satisfy a craving need for power. Victimizing simple, honest, Americans at every possible chance, it's just evil for evil's sake. These right wing activists and authors that made up the moral majority would go on to have a huge influence on the Reagan administration during a humanitarian health crisis like the US had never seen and the picture. They created of the homosexual rich powerful militant well organized sexually deviant. The unhappy molesting immoral recruiter of children as well. As the continued demand that gay people simply stay hidden would inform the next decade unforgivable ways in one of the most appalling silences ever seen in this country. President Ronald Reagan did not address HIV or aides publicly until nineteen eighty seven six years after doctors had named the virus and twenty two thousand Americans mostly gay men had already died. It was called by some in the moral majority. The gay plague Jerry Falwell said, it was God's punishment against homosexuals. Televangelist? Pat Robertson started claiming that gay people were shaking hands with a special ring that pricked the skin of normal Christians to give them HIV why because he said, and I quote people in the gay community. They want to get people in Tennessee. Authorities say lesbian gang called GTO gays taking over are involved in raping young girl that there's this national underground network if you will of women this actually recruiting kids as young as ten years old and a lot of the schools in the communities all across the country, and the recruiting these individuals to be a member of their organization, they're very violent, and they actually carry a number of weapons, and they commit a number of crime, and they band together just like some of the ethnic gangs due to harm. They wanna hurt people. That's right. Well, the Joe. That new story broke the same year. I started college leaving town behind where it might best friend was the only other queer kid. I knew about once I got to college. Of course, I finally started to see that. There were other people like me, I remember sitting and eating ice cream with an older gay man, I had become friends with one of my first game mentors. And when the subject turned to my own sexuality, he told me kindly, but in no uncertain terms being gay means being lonely, and I knew he was right because the loneliness I had already felt that I had felt growing up stretching as far back as I could remember before I even knew what made me different was enormous sitting there. We were part of a long legacy of sadness of depression and suicide that some conservative Christian said was just the natural state of the homosexual a sad perverse alien thing that chose this suffering and one. To spread this suffering to others. Just because we were that depraved. During the industrial revolution in America. When for the first time, many people who lived rural lives had began travelling into the city to find new work opportunities. Many gay people of the time suddenly realize they weren't alone and told psychologists of this previous rural loneliness when they truly believed they were the only person like this the only gay person in the world. But when we look back to what this country was like before the white Puritans arrived on its eastern shore and slowly moved west. We see a very different picture of gender sexuality, the Puritans left England to seek religious freedom. Yes. But it was more about the freedom to be even more. Strict. They saw the British as being too lenient on homosexuality, which did hold a death sentence. But was also discussed in public. And they hated the fact that it was allowed to be talked about from their own writings when Puritans pilgrims arrived in the new world. They found a wide. Variety of same sex, relationships and gender variance among the different tribes. They encountered and unsurprisingly. They didn't like it writing about the crow tribe. One horrified. Puritan wrote quote, men who dressed as women and specialize in women's work were accepted, and sometimes honored a woman who led men in battle had four wives and was a respected chief. There were many examples of two spirit people an umbrella term for an identity specific to certain tribes of a third gender that is a sacred spiritual order kids who showed early signs of gender atypical behavior were encouraged to dress and perform the duties of the opposite gender to which they felt more aligned though, all the tribes had unique perspectives on gender and sexuality homosexual relationships weren't uncommon and some tribes had four or more gender choices without generalizing too much. It's safe to say that the rigidity of the incoming puritan philosophy was unimaginable. To the. Indigenous communities in a seventeen seventy five diary entry of a puritan writing of a try paean countered in. What is now California? He warns that quote, the sin of sodomy prevails among them more than any other nation. And then that quote, there will be much to do when the holy faith and the Christian religion are established among them. And there was in the first step of the anti-gay agenda. The Puritans would go on to see that America would stay in the closet for many centuries to come. Indigenous Americans were frequently killed for sodomy and cross dressing and those among the Puritans who were caught engaging in those behaviors were beaten branded or exiled and sometimes killed through their philosophy their philosophy that still informs so much of who we are in this country Puritans forced queers into the very secrecy, though would eventually see them accused of conspiracy. In the last few years, even more kids characters are joining Tinky Winky in breaking that period. Silence. Spongebob has joined the cast of secret homosexual agents, dude, his appearance as part of a diversity campaign that included video of gay families, Bert and Ernie as well as the fhu from Disney's remake of beauty and the beast have also been outed by queers and conservatives like it turned out that Dumbledore has been gay this whole time and Disney's frozen has been charged repeatedly with promoting lesbian lifestyle, but kids shows like Steven universe. The legend of core. An adventure time all have had either queer main characters or queer subplots in their shows too many. It's a monumental and important change for modern kids for others. It's proof of America's slow landslide into hell. In other ways, it's easy to see how the apparent gay agenda is working gay marriage was legalized federally in two thousand fifteen don't ask don't tell was repealed cops and politicians dance in corporately sponsored pride parades in the new generation of teenagers. Coming of age queer nece in gender variants are seen as much more normal than it was when I was growing up and most people agree that there's a biological element to it. All you don't just turn people gay, and he can't make people engage either. The internet has recently allowed even more connection of queer folks leading most recently to transgender and non binary young people who once felt like the only person like them in the world finding out that we're not alone. Just as the homosexuals of the industrial revolution. Once did in that way, my friend and I sitting and eating ice cream together. In two thousand seven were part of another legacy to a legacy of finding each other of creating a mentor ship mistaken recruit. -ment? The honest help we all needed to survive our secret because despite the positive changes, the loneliness and suffering still exist in spades queer kids teenagers here many of the same messages. I did and they worry in their bedrooms over the hard life. They here they are in for not able to talk to their families or friends knowing no one like them. See no one like them on the shows. They are allowed to watch. Maybe even desperation sitting in praying to a kinder, God, even as of twenty fourteen only five percent of middle and high school students in the United States reported receiving positive discussions of LGBTQ related topics in their health classes, queer youth are still six times more likely to experience major depression or anxiety disorders and four times. More likely to attempt suicide they also experience violence assault murder and homelessness at higher rates and can be kicked out by their. Own families, a far cry from how young two spirit people were treated before the Puritans arrived. It's important as we start to hear these same urban legends about transgender people as they're accused of child molestation in public bathrooms, kicked out of the US military to know that there is a history here. And despite how it may seem despite all the talk of kids these days, these are not new identities. These are densities that were smothered out. And now finally the embers are starting to glow again. And so yes, part of our real gay agenda is to educate kids about LGBTQ issues and to normalize differences of sexuality and gender. We want them to know that they too are the normal ones the ones that hearing to natural ways of being as homosexuality exists between thousands of animal species, including those most closely related to humans and has existed in some form and cultures all over the world since the. Beginning of recorded history. And most certainly on this very land before the true conspiracy. The anti-gay agenda began homosexual conduct and gender variance has long threatened that strict line between men and women and by extension that clear difference in power. It does then as those who feared the Haman turn charged question. The institutions of power that we've inherited from the generations before us and intern even the mention of the existence of the homosexual can force people to look beyond their own narrow reality and for the most part that pisses people off, but the thing is even an all this deafening. Silence. All this painful secrecy. We've always found ways to find each other to fight to change the world for ourselves. And for those that come after to make our own communities. I still find them as I walked down. The long cement stairs to a basement venue. Onstage under a single light a flawless drag Queen lip syncs of mournful ballad until the records, scratches, and then she breaks out into a celebrate, Tori. Pop song and hundreds of gay secret agents dance themselves into their own ridiculous heaven one where we are. Finally, welcome many of us liked to imagine what our lives could have been like if we had childhood guide hosts, even a silly as KiKi Winky to help us understand ourselves to help us know that we weren't the only person like us in the world. And to help us know that we could accessorize how ever we wanted that we could live in the grey areas outside the fine Aries, the we can question these traditional values that shape, our very human rights that none of us are truly alone that there are so many people like us and always have been and that we can despite all odds. Build an existence as bright, and vibrant and kind as the teletype. Vs technicolor were. From skylark. This was American hysteria. Next time on the show, the sexual exploits of adolescents have long obsessed American culture since the invention of the teenager will explore the urban legends and moral panics around teen sex, which say, of course, much more about the adults than they do about the young American history is written hosted and produced by me Chelsea ever. Smith assistant produced by Derrick Smith and produced an edited by clear comma studios with voice acting by will Rogers and lily ori-, thanks as always for listening. And this Valentine's Day remember to squeeze a fruit for any data.

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Two of a Kind w/ Linda Rodin

Dog Save The People

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Two of a Kind w/ Linda Rodin

"<music> welcome the dog save the people a podcast about how dogs make our lives better. My name is john bartlett bartlett in. I'm your host. Linda rodent is known for her amazing style in her stature within the fashion scene. She someone who you will recognize is right away on the street and lots of times. You'll see her with her dog winky walking by her side. Both of them have very stylish gray hair magnetic looks and after a decade of being together these two have become best friends in fact he has inspired her to create a line of dog collars leashes and he's become her muse and their best friends friends in creative partners the dogs people thank you for having me. I'm so happy to have you here. Another other fellow new york seventy one years we we kind of live near here and it was funny because we ran into each other coming in and it's a pleasure to have you here can't be here and let's begin if you can tell me a little bit but where you grew up and what your relationships were like if you had dogs etc well i grew up on the island which is about my home was in town called rosalyn that forty minutes from from here and i grew up like a totally suburban farm we had so many animals i mean we'd a tiny little house quarter order for nacre land but my parents they just we had dogs cats hamsters baby alligators chickens hatching in the basement birds everything because with one of your parents into it or his parents both loved animals and my mother would a bird would fall out of a tree and she would take it nurses back to health with an eyedropper llosa's whiskey we added. We always wanted hamsters. We had my one um christmas. My brother got a baby alligator and i wouldn't even go downstairs. Sooners christmas list must've been but baby elegant. We had a million in cats. We always had a dog. A first job was timmy. The boxer then we got bounce the poodle and then we got hamish mesh the schnauzer but he lived to be twenty one so i yeah it's amazing in. Were you close with them where you're bonded to the poodle probably but the interesting thing is my sister was much more of an animal fanatic than me but as an adult i didn't wanna dog. I just thought well. I've got i'm traveling. I'm doing this just we had so. Many animals and i felt like i never choice. They were just there. I love them but i wasn't. I was the most attached to bounce. I actually slave picture of me when i was probably about seven sleeping with him in my bed he was an apricot poodle in your career well. My career is animal free but it that way well. I started styling. I guess thirty years and ford. I wanted to be a fashion photographer and my sister said to me one. They should really take good pictures but you do get kind of nice clothes. I saw that sounded job job getting clothes we there was no word stylist awesome like that anyway. One thing led to another and i worked for an amazing photographer named gusta peterson <hes> who has to weigh ninety four orbit two years ago and he was my mentor and i worked with him and i we traveled and i think his top three photographers you can look at his studies. You'll love it kind of the unknown tone best kept secret actually anyway and then the close my sister said you could get close and i admit a stylistic gus and one thing led to another and and his wife actually got me a job not styling but she was working at bengals from bengals was great sure so she got me a job there and became a buyer for the catalogue they i cadillac and then when that was over i said well i know how to kind of get close and i think i can figure this out and that's when i became a stylist which i did for i think about forty years. Almost you know it was dog free. I've traveled a lot and it never even occurred to me to have an animal never didn't even and my sister always had dogs and i gave her dogs. I never referred to me to have a dollar. I think that living in new york city want sometimes. It's just seems like it's too much but also when you're on the road all the time it's just it's a rare occasion when you see somebody traveling with the small but in general yeah it's really now. It's it's it's a fulltime job and like i said it never even occurred to me and i wasn't even missing from what one i grown up with so many and and then i working as a stylist. A lot of people started having dogs and bringing dogs to work and i thought maybe i should get dog. This dog is so cute and i started to fall in love with models dog rate prop stylists dog. Everybody had a dog. What i realized is the difference between being trialed with the dog and an adult. That dog august the responsibility that entails. I had never growing up we had we never closed door. We had dog doors in the garage. It's taking for walk you didn't. I don't even remember putting unleash on my dog. I mean we just leave without running in the house and there was no time schedule on remember overfeeding my dog and now being an adult with a dog you know my current dog winky my muse and my best friend slash boyfriend. My life revolves around him. I mean i think of when i'm going out when i'm coming back back when the dog show up when i'm going to do this he really is so it's a totally different experience now. Take a child now and before it was just having petzold around we love them and i loved all the dogs and cats and everything we had but i didn't have any sense responsibility for them. When i got my first i think goes late forties. When i got my first adult thought so it just i think it brings out kind of the best in people certainly for me did come relief thoughtful and carrying and does give you sense of structure and also companionship which is wonderful winky's twenty pound lead on his feet little poodle tall poodle beautiful miniature poodle. I didn't do rescue and i had seen three adorable poodles on the street and i asked each of them. Where did you get these dogs are so they all said the same breeder. I said oh qassam son so i went to cavern poodles and hack. It's temperatures and it was so funny because the front of the store is like a fifties pet shop. I mean it was so old fashioned. I loved it and she had a little door where she led out three a little poodles three black little monsters and winky just came to me and that was it. How old was he sold but the funny thing. I was so freaked out that i paid for him but i didn't take them with me. I said i don't even have a bed. I don't have a crate. I don't have anything and so i went back the next week and i'm picked him up got all prepared and he was just you know he was much. He's nine now so he's getting a little tame. He prances. He's you know he's very graceful. You know someone asked me what it's a mix up. I cities like fred. Astaire meets kari grant on his feet. He's elegant and he's also like charlie chaplin because he's really funny. How else would you say that you and winky or similar well. I think we look alike which is strange because i bought him and he was black but now he's my color. He's gray trey. He's silver. I guess you could say we're both kind of petit. Although he's not a tiny little teacup poodle he's he's twenty pounds and he's tall is but which is kind of in sync size-wise. I guess personality wise. I mean it can be play for money can be cranky which describe myself and we just get along. I know what he's doing. He knows what i'm doing and we just kind of our routines some extra teens mesh but because now i follow his pretty much but i just just think we're in synch and it's gotten more progressively more connected as time goes on nine now which i cannot believe but we're very sorry we know each other very well. I know for example of sitting oh. I've got to get that where i'm looking for that piece of paper and i know that really makes me nervous. 'cause when i correct with the start he thinks oh god what's happening and i've learned over the years to try to calm down like i don't have to rush to the room to get that piece of paper. I can just slowly get up and poodles are very reactive. They like they're quiet but they're kind of jumping away and i'm jumpy too but it doesn't make him happy so i've learned to try to have of conduct myself which is good. I'm the type is kind of an russell. You think winky has changed any of his behavior to adjust to you well. One thing that i really value sleep is very important to me and i don't like to be woken up by lake to wake up when i wake up and i'd like to go to sleep go to sleep and the great thing about winky which has been from day one six on my bed. He wouldn't wake me up no matter what but he knows when i opened one eye he opens his zayn. He knows when i'm awake even not facing him where i haven't moved. He just senses. I've opened and it's the most bizarre wonderful thing i mean and if someone banged on the door ring the bell he's got you know he barks at the doorbell but if there's nothing happening and i don't act awake he will not move. It's only when i get up that he will get them which i love. I think it's so respectful choice. Just respecting my sleep. I don't know how he learned that. I never you can training done to do that but that's a wonderful thing that he's totally adjusted to my love for sleep. He's totally respected. How do you feel about the lifestyle planning your day run winky from when you get up in the morning when you leave and return from walks to feedings and so forth you know i'm so used to it now and it does give you a structure which which i don't mind and i'm so happy to be with him that it doesn't it doesn't feel like a burden. It's just part of your life becomes just second nature so now it's it's oh you do it with love and care so wonderful quotes okay that thinker so so charming there's one here the concept is accepting who we are. He doesn't know rickles from schmeichel and i love him with his bed teeth in all oh yes that's the unconditional love and i think that's what what has hooked soul for centuries. They just love you no matter what you do and they they bring out the best in all of us we hope and it's just the most touching love affair that you can only have with a dog an animal you can't have i mean i'm not a cat person then and we hit a million cats and all that but i never was gravitated towards cats but at people have the same feelings about their cats you do but i do think that there's something i was talking into a guest last week. There's something incredibly specific about the bond between humans in their dogs actress so blessed that i got that back because for years i didn't even have thought and my sister used to stop every dog on the street and play with it and she had her first dog as unknown was a a peppy on that she had when that dog passed away and i have to admit i was not really sympathetic. I couldn't get she was in more. I she couldn't come on and now i even got past and then she got a long haired chihuahua and sadly she passed away and i took care of her little thing and i just thought my god but i was not the kid who was living for their pets. I mean they were there ear and great dog come home from school and play with the dog but it wasn't a profound connection that i felt now i do so i wasn't send a person to begin with but i certainly became a crazy person. Now you know some relationship with winky really changed my whole perspective effective of the depth of how i feel. I always loved animals but not to this extent. Here's another quote that i think is so sweet. We gives the best boyfriend go ahead just two extra legs and a tail. I stand by that comment. How can you beat it. You know there's no <hes> <hes> yeah that's horrible. I might not have said that thirty years ago but certainly for now yeah no. I hear you. They just just their family and yet tiny tim might was my really my true and i love and human and or canine a and he was lured like soulmates yeah. I know it sounds so nutty. Put it's it's you can't get around it new. It's true it's true. Do you like having a dog in new york city well. I don't have a choice. I think it would be nice if i had a garden or backyard but i am i have to admit doc. I'm very tick phobic so i'm you know i'm invited out here now. They aren't just bring the dog and i'm just so fearful for myself and for him so that's it's kind of limited my scope of traveling and all that and i think new york is not as dog. Friendliest people think i've been places where you know why couldn't thank you sit next to me. He's not doing any harm to anybody outside even well. He's not by the railing and what's the difference. He's after the table. You know you just can't imagine agean this day and age that people are still a dog so that gets upsetting you know and it does limit. We're wanting to go and he's not a big dog. I can't even imagine having big dick dogging trying to navigate which wiki like does he like to walk around the city active john walker so when i'm working because i work from home so i i don't want to go out for an hour so i have off waqar busy working and he does walk lively with doc walker and he's got friends. Dog walker has three other dogs that week. He's he's grown up with kind of an when. I walk him for example on the weekends if i'm with them all the time i dragged him around everywhere going whether it's greenmarket the flea market this will i take him everywhere and i know he gets kind of bored and tired but he's a true birth. He'll he'll go around and i love walking with him. It's so much fun and everybody loves him because he's so so adorable the only thing i don't like this is i guess every he'll stop and smell. I mean from one inch to he'll go inch by inch down seventh avenue by just go okay so this is going to be two hours an hour because we're just gonna stop everywhere and i don't think he would ever do that with the dog. Walker teaches takes takes advantage of me and i know it and i'm dulled his behavior. It's not the end of the world. He's having fun. You know they say that when a dog smells around it's like them reading the new york times. That's the world so let's have some fun but wink is also not a dog park dog he just he sits on my lap no interest in playing than any other dogs. He just wants to look. He wants to be like me. Sit on the bench and watch the world go by. He's not interested in playing with any of the dogs so it's kind of sometimes we go to a nice park on. I think it's twenty third and eleventh seventh because it's right on the river breezy and it's a beautiful place to sit because the tree's shade you and it's really lovely and there's a water fountain for the dogs and it's not dirt kind of molded molded hills at a very nice. I love sitting there but he gets bored when he wants to leave. I like it more than he does is having a dog and being out in the bell with winky connected you with other other neighbors in the community large. I say neighbors more. I'm trying to connect with dog community now because i have product line that's leashes and collars alerts so that is a wonderful community. Everybody that i've met is so nice and that's very important to me but the local people that i see all the time it's fantastic. You just no so i mean i used to see. All of a sudden people have lived in the same apartment for forty years so i know everybody in the neighborhood but i didn't really talk to people. I didn't even know their names a lot of people but when you have a dog dog it's a whole different thing and it's wonderful. I remember my sister always had dogs. She'd say oh you have to meet my friend so and so was this verbal dog and i said how do you know all these people's civil when you've been working your dog for seventeen years in your neighborhood you're gonna know all the people who have dogs and you do and it's wonderful because you i'd love to chat and what's up and you know so much fun. I really i was saying to a friend yesterday. How wonderful it is devils dog owner friends and i never would have talked opt to were interesting and funny and you have the same thing in common which makes it also nice now. The common denominator is these creatures and you learn about people and what they do and you never had a clue. Yes a fascinating way to meet people. It's been very interesting. I've made a lot of friends but sometimes i'll be up for an hour when i was planning a mocking walking winky for two minutes to pee income home and i realize oh my god we've been out for an hour especially in the nice weather you can just chat and and it's it's interesting because their dog friend relationships which are different than meeting a friend somewhere. It's a different connection but it's such a lovely one. I mean i really value the people we'll have met so unique. You have an instagram page. Well i have to now. I started. I guess about eight years ago which was lyndon kim wings but it had nothing to do with like a business or rage and i got a lot of followers and winky got kind of people know street blah blah blah and then when i started my dog dog line which is also called linda wings. I opened another instagram called linda and wings love because i realized that people i the sounds this. Let's try selling products but it wasn't people weren't making the connection on my original one so i decided to open a more dog centric one. It's kind of mind but isn't you know people. I don't know we'll probably never meet who become you know quote unquote friends and likely doing i think it's i think it's fun. I like it. I do like it so i have no complaints about that and not even here. I'll be walking into a wound from australia. She got the spe- winky from from australia via kenya. I just wanna leash thinking what are the odds of that that is so it's a huge world but it's a small world but i think it's all very fascinating. It's got its good. Sides and bad sides can be very interesting. If you don't get swallowed up by told me a little bit about your business well. I was in a prior prior business. I was in the beauty business and and i left that and i call this my segue from beauty to the beast which is much kinder industry to say and just feel so different and i was sitting at home with winky and i'm looking at his leash and collar knifing. That's not really so great. I wish i could find something i like. Which is the old cliche if you can't find the pantry and she like you make them if you can't find soapy like you create if you're able to be entrepreneurial ish which i never thought i was but i guess i am and i'm looking and i'm thinking i'm going to and i could never find anything in a pet shop. There are other glittery or frilly or two leathery right correct spikes and winky's fragile thing anyway so i thought i'm going to make leashes collars for dogs. What is your process when when you're designing when you're thinking about the products what kind of things do you think about when you went to infuse your own style into this brand kind of gotten known for how i dress for better for worse so when i decided to make a product that had to reflect my personal style and they're stylish. I mean they're wonderful colors. I really enjoy enjoy creating things so it's fabrics colors. I like combinations. I like and i also like pins at a very simple so the hardware is very simple. I made you come at once if i wouldn't wear why should we be and if i was a dog i'd buy my no. It's just they're simple but they're charming and playful and easy. I know love complicated things but i do have a lot of variations of color ways of people can choose from and also making chiampou because for me sent his very very very important and i'm making dog bowls so i just wanted to incorporate my lifestyle into my dogs lifestyle and hope that other people would embrace it kazak onto a pet shop and i have a hard time couldn't really ever find anything and the creative part is what thrills me to make things that are beautiful dream it and get it done. Where can we find you on social media and online with your website and all of that my website is w._w._w. Dot linda <hes> wings dot com and my instagram is shop linda and winks personal instagram as well is atlanta and winks so i have to at mendham links and and at shop lender links and we'd love to hear from you on any channel you can find us on a someone also in the fashion russian industry and who also fell in love with dogs at a certain time in their life. I totally related and identified with linda story. Winky has changed linda's life. She used to travel all around the globe and now she wants to stay closer to home because of winky. She's created a life for herself so that she's able to be with winky all the time. She's able to create products. She's able to work from home all because she wants to spend more time with winky. I don't blame thank you for listening to. This episode of dog saved. The people a podcast about how dogs folks make our lives better. This shows the production of as it should be the content studio. It's made with the support of our producer editor jack summer special thanks to our composer hosmer neighbor daniel lampert for creating the music for the show. You can subscribe to dogs if the people on apple podcasts spotify or wherever you get more podcasts the cats if you like the show please the view or rating you can also follow us on social media for the summer during the line august. 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Episode 22: Anarcho-Capitalist Entrepreneur Running A Pole Dojo

AnarchoInc - The Free Market Business Podcast

17:34 min | 1 year ago

Episode 22: Anarcho-Capitalist Entrepreneur Running A Pole Dojo

"Success isn't just about what you accomplish in your life. It's about what you inspire others to do. Some people dream of success while others wake up and work. This is enter co Inc. Welcome to enter co- ache the podcast talking business and technology in the truly free market online at enter co Inc dot com. Hello, free market lovers. And welcome back to another episode of ARCO Inc. The podcast talking business and technology in the truly free market arm. Your host Jay reporting to you from the live free or die state of New Hampshire in ARCO ink is your home for buds Bruce Breen's in bitcoin. If you don't know what that means. You haven't been listening long enough in our going is the owner of in ARCO CBD dot com. Your buds and ARCO beard com. Your bruise and in ARCO, coffee dot com, your beatings and all of these businesses gladly supports believes in the power of crypto currency bitcoin. It's the only way we can end the fed. So on today's episode. I will be talking to Luke from Mount Hermon pulled. Oh, Joe all the way out in the great state of New York. Don't know what a pull dough Joe is either did I that's why. I had Luke on the show. He's a phenomenal entrepreneur. So stick around to find out what exactly Luke is has to offer. I get into the who. What where why? And how Luke I hope you enjoyed today's interview and be sure to leave inner go Inc. A review a night tunes. This helps other people find the show and head over to and ARCO Inc. Dot com slash support. There. You can find many ways to Bala terribly support this show. Enjoy the show, ladies and gentlemen, bringing you new perspectives to the idea poll answering the legend training people in the field all athletics for personal fitness. Mr. Luke Winky, Luke, welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. Thanks. So who is Luke winking? Lou Quincy is twenty six living Olea New York out Salamanca, that's the one of the only American cities on native land. And so I I'm a white guy a group on native reservation. Wow. Yeah. So it's an eye on the land and my family's been here since eighteen seventies. So. So yeah, I did martial arts for six years and product with two and then one day, someone's like all you wanna you wanna come to Paul. You have. No shame Luke. And I said, no. And so I went in the first day, I took it as a total joke. Right ching. Everyone do things and instructor show live video and like flips and this is to be an Olympic sport over one hundred years ago before the Ditoto of the twenties. Sexual thing and all the ground. You know, right. Yeah. I mean, it used to be a sport actually Maoz a Bevan's when he came to power. They had pulled at at who's coming to power ceremonies. Yeah. This this stuff goes way back. Wow. It really it really identifies with Parkway people. You know, like like, I'm just getting into flips. I get a little better. But now I've been doing as a move called table top. If you look up table top whole move. I'm just getting like hold that ten seconds. Yeah. Honestly, this is the only athletic thing I've ever done that. You can see stars afterwards. If you go a little too hard. Right, right. I bet. It's not it's not like, I'm running a vocational strippers. No. This is. This is sports. Yeah. Right. It really is. It really pays awhile to win people over because they still identify poll as this stripper thing right and fly to people at one by one. And once they try it. They get over that initial shock. And then they wanna continue when everybody goes into different directions because it's very individualistic sport. Right. What brought you to start the Mount Hermon pulled. Oh, joe. Well, just so everybody knows. Mount Hermon is book in straight down south union. And only end that's tallest mountain in the county was the game on ranch. I don't know where you're located on. Yeah. We're on a New Hampshire. So. Yeah. I got. Yeah. So we get mountains too. So. Okay. So we have a week called these mountains. Right. But like Snowcap mountains, right? What it's this named after woke geography, I started. I only started it last year. But it's like more students each day they keep coming there. And you know, you pay per month and komo's much as you can you know as much as lines of my schedule. So people come with five days a week already while, but I don't, you know, it's good to see that they want to do this in squash. Doozy, right. But yeah. So yeah, I just kind of thought, you know, I'd really like to offer something more to the world. No. So I wanted to open this place, and I've really kind of it's really come into bait. We're it's still in the starting stages, but it's like this is much better than you'd think for town of fifteen thousand people, right? You know, and western New York. This is like hard Republican area, right? Yeah. It's really not as socially conservative here is people think. Sure. Sure. So. It's definitely yeah. Definitely counterculture tight as lead schism. And it's yeah. It's the whole reason, you know, these are the things on in our going that we pursue their tons of ways to make money. It's what inspires you to make money. And how do you do it? Right. And so let's talk about like, why is a poll dancing? Good for personal fitness. Hey, guys. Hope you're enjoying the episode so far sorry to interrupt you here, but need your support so head over to an ARCO Inc dot com slash support where you can find many ways to support the show, including even just clicking on our Amazon affiliate. Lincoln continue shopping like you normally do on Amazon with that said we had a little jingle mixed up for you guys. And here, it is hope you enjoy it. Well, like, I said, I come from come from two different martial arts systems and one's one is more tedious than the other had said that. But you know, people that I I have students who cancelled their gym memberships, and they do pull instead while so you know, you go to the gym then you're sitting at a treadmill? Well, you don't sit at a training mobile. You just kind of sitting machines. But phone no is Remo. It's so monotonous and boring. Whole is very individualistic. I think that's what I think. That's what does awesome and so hot. Did you go about building the pull DOJ? Oh, where did you start, and you know, the ground there? Yeah. I'm there's there's just a little spot. I found in town vailable. This is kinda where a lot of businesses that started here, and then they've moved out. So to me this little space that I'm in as like a anything like I could go off the subject in New York state. They they like socialized business consultancies are peppered around every town in these like more businesses. So I like to think of the building I met privatized start up business place. Okay. Well, it really has a lot of places have kind of come out of little space that I'm in. They get the bigger places in town. So at place has some kind of good luck thing to it. Yeah. So then I just you know, you gotta get the polls. You gotta get gotta get worse. You gotta get all kinds of things. So right. Yeah. You gotta get insurance that we're gonna educate insurance. Yeah. Right. And so let's let's get into that a little bit. So. Yeah, it starting a business like myself, right? The the government, you know, or your your state in federal government seem to maneuver their way very quickly into when you're starting a business right now. I'm sure with you were there any special licenses that yet have or digital fees yet to pay the guests at this is New York. So probably one day they're gonna make a way she. Yeah. Small demographic that there's really no reason for them to form licenses. But I mean, there are other certificates and things like that. So you can participate in these poll tournaments around the world. Okay. Yeah. But like government licensed like you're thinking not so much. Okay. That's good. That's good here. Yeah. Yeah. It's one of the reasons, you know, I started my business in New Hampshire. Not not a lot of you know, government licensing to to get started in in in depending on what you're doing. Right. But yet so. Let's talk about the so you've got you've got. So why? So I I love the name like Mount Hermon poll DOJ. Oh, so are you mixing like a little bit of martial arts with the poll athletics. Or is it just purely pope ally fled IX poll athletics. And then you I'm not gonna expect to people gonna pull breakout flight. Right. Right. Could start a new sport here. Fighting. That'd be good. Stunt acting like a fight on of. Win. No on. I'm really trying to look at it from a health perspective. Yeah. I wouldn't say that's not so much Marshall. I mean, there's there's you'll poses and there's right certain workouts dudes and prepare yourself, these moods. But. Yeah. And and what sort of demographic are you finding interested in the Mount Hermon pulled? Oh, Joe while because poll is still considered sexual. I'd say this really taps into people. Who are they I think you have to be liberated from within writing. Yeah. Take someone who kind of you know, is one little two types girls. You gotta look for people who, you know, are liberated from within start stripper students one out and in this is guys that do this. And you know, they don't care what other things right on. And that's that's good to have that approach because you know, you don't wanna be stopped writing much. Yeah. Yeah. Working for people who are liberated from about. Yeah. That's awesome. All right. So so where can people find more about the mount Homer pulled though, Joe? And you know, you know, this is the chance kind of plug about where where people can find you where where they sign up Lassus. Well, I mean, you could go the place and the article on me, and I was very open. They go on the paper. Okay. I. Facebook page recall DOJ. Oh, okay. That. Have to you know, I'm on Facebook. I into posted every end cap group. So I'm fine. Awesome found tunnel. So okay. Yeah. We'll definitely put this show the links in the show notes. Let's let's do a bonus question. So why is taxation thatthe? Is that 'cause democracy is not you know, what democracy is not as democratic as it should be right? But not everybody consents to the person that's in office. Okay. If everybody votes for their dollars. Everybody gets what they need. Everybody gets what they want taxation means. I have to pay for something. I don't need. Tax. Joyce points. You with me? Yeah. I love it. I love it. Awesome. Thanks, luke. All right, everybody. Go. Yeah. So everybody, thanks for listening. Go check out Mount Hermon, Paul DOE Joe on Facebook will put the show in the low on the in the show note links thanks so much, man. Just hang on a second. Thanks. Well, there you have it folks. Another amazing interview on Narko Inc. I wanna take this time to say, thanks to our very first supporter on subscribe star. I'm definitely going to be butchering your username. But I'll do my best here. It's Cal eight miles per hour. So I think that's how you say anyways, thanks for being very for support unsubscribe star. Really appreciate the support. And this gets me closer to my goal of financial freedom and producing more content for listeners, just like yourself. 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We're Angry

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We're Angry

"You can experience. Epic adventure wonder woman nineteen eighty-four in theaters and on hbo max now streaming at no extra cost to hbo mac subscribers plus with hbo max stream the greatest collections of series. Movies and exclusive max originals. All in one place discover something new to watch like the undoing. The flight attendant his dark materials and so much more go to hbo. Max dot com or download the app to sign up sort streaming. Today wonder woman nineteen eighty two. Pg thirteen one nineteen eighty-four available onstream. Hbo max for thirty one days from theatrical premiere. You can experience the epic venture wonder woman nine hundred eighty four in theaters and on. Hbo max now streaming at no extra cost to hbo mac subscribers plus hbo max stream the greatest collections of series. Movies and exclusive max originals. All in one place. Discover something new to watch like the undoing. The flight attendant his dark materials and so much more go to hbo. Max dot com or download the app to sign up and start streaming today. Wonder woman. Nineteen eighty-four israeli. Pg thirteen wonder woman. Nineteen eighty-four available onstream. Hbo max for thirty one days from the theatrical premiere shall we begin. My nose needs to stop. This can't be a thing. I see myself in the reflection of water. So what happens with water booker. Check myself now. I've said this before. Only one of my like high but not high conversations that had with you. Humans are even meant to see ourselves. I think he had just because just because water but like is a human invention. A mirror is a human invention. You i never really understood about miers and like a monkey called super for because i simply don't because care to look into it but like why is that the only thing you can see a mere is what it reflects but the merest still silver say. I'm like wearing a blue shirt. And i look in the mirror and i see my blue shirt. The mir isn't it still silver but like my shirts not silver's blue in the reflection it doesn't make any sense. The mirror reflects in shows. Exactly what's in front of it yet. It's still silver. Even if what's in front of it is not silver. I can't answer the question. can anybody else. I don't know that doesn't make any sense to me. Like a mirror. Should be clear but for some reason we all think it's silver weird. My lips look like slimy little bit. Not why i was wondering if i have the bomb on an excessive amount but it looks fine now any oh okay cool. They kind of look dry. they're not dry. they look in parable. Till you salamanders toenails. Look desert salamanders. Toenails they have toenails. Think about it. Probably trying to remember from las. Oh one of those things so that was just the first comparison that came to mind. You know what kind of like it was a pretty meet little the talk quick. Want to get into something. That's happening right now because we can't ignore it obvious. Yeah i episode of the new year. It's january six right now we'll recording and the capitol buildings being invaded by white supremacist terrorists. So that's fucked up. Maybe it just made me take a deep breath. Yeah i'm a. I'm really mad and i'm going to try not to be like to the most angry right now so that can actually get my words up because i get angry and emotional. Sometimes they don't know what to say but just thinking back to like the black lives matter protests and attending one of them not gonna lie. It was a little bit scary. Although the protests was one hundred percent peaceful and we may serve it before we got there that it was gonna be peaceful. It was scary. There was police officers in riot. Gear with guns with rubber bullets pointed at us and may add that. I shouldn't have been re like remotely scared as other people who were attending who were of color because i am white and for that reason privilege and it just goes to show how privilege why people are that. They're literally being essentially let into the capitol building right now to vandalize it and terrorize. They're not. I mean they're not being let in but they they're not being held back now. I saw video that. The police officers literally opened the gate seriously. Yes that's fucked up. It's died showing. I just saw video and the there was a bunch of terrorists and they were breaking through one of the windows literally a window of the building and then they popped to the windows out with riot shields and a wooden stick. Oh so the the the terrorists had the right the white supremacist and they they were climbing through the window. A security guard came around the corner inside of the building and then just didn't even put his gun up or anything like that. He didn't even like they flinched as they were getting in and they just continue to pile into the building block. I was on a knee. And again i shouldn't be scared but i took the frontline of a should be in the frontline because i have white privilege and so when i was marching i was in the line in the front of the group that i was with where we kneel in front of front of the police police that were patrolling the streets and so i was it was like me and then directly in front of me was a cop with an it. Looked like an ar. I think shot rubber bullets. But i was on a knee. Every single person in our protest was on a knee. Saying please neil with us. Please come together in unity. And neil with us so that we can all recognize that. Something needs to change your. He's a change. Yeah so. I'm taking a knee and the officer certain. The line of officers in front of me were raising their guns and then putting them down and then raising their guns and then putting them down and pointing a gun at my fucking chest. Yeah and i was on a knee on public property. These people are terrace going in to the capitol building congress building. Is that what it is capital. And they're not even being like shoot away. Yeah openly let in. And i also want to add to that we on the front we were supposed to and we shouldn't have been nearly as fearful as anybody who's part of the protests who is of color because again we have white privilege. I just want to it. Just it's so fucking frustrating. It's so frustrating. Seeing these videos and how people in this country are still being targeted because the color of their skin treated a different way because the color of their skin i mean not even not even that like fucking. It's hard to get emotional and angry like this. Because i mean i think a lot of people listening could assume what would be going on if the people entering trying to enter the the right. Now in dc were of color. Yeah it would not be going the way. It is right now if they were black than they would for be shooting fucked up. God it's so fucked up these. I don't get okay i'm trying to. I don't understand how people don't make this connection or just don't understand that it's unfair so clearly unfair. Yeah and not only. Is it unfair. It's what what's going on. Right now is not only not only are they not taking action enforcing that same riot patrol right. Police force that they did with black lives matter movement but they're almost condoning this behavior because the president of the united states as of right now donald trump made a speech saying that he loves these people and that they're special but please go home. He literally called group terrorist special who are harming people that work for him in his building and doing much more than that as well. That doesn't make any fucking sense to me but also the only thing trump also where the fucks the tear gas where the rubber bullets that we were all fearing When we were peacefully marching. I saw a photo or an agreeable. Good 'cause obviously so obviously we. Obviously we were taking the right thing that's apparent and we were still at risk of being rubber bullets and tear gas. I saw photo on twitter of this. I didn't come across it during the black lives matter protests but i came across it today and then but it was a photo of this young black woman probably in her twenties. Early thirties. couldn't tell wearing dress. It's just her to and there's an entire riot police squad with a riot gear equipment shields everything and they're like going to arrest her and it's just her literally posing zero threat at all just standing there peacefully protesting and there are people with actual weapons inside of the capitol building right now but in the video that i saw there was a guy writes. She'll be broken and got through another guy with a long trench coat on. Who knows what's underneath a huge wooden fucking stick. That could be used for harm. Clearly i would not be wanting to stand in front of it and another guy with a fucking helmet. Goggles full like armor and equipment and just let in because the color of their skin. I don't. I don't wanna stress anyone. Atlas people are fucking lunatics in this building. Right now how. How was their better security on rodeo boulevard. In beverly hills where we peacefully protested then the capitol building how is it better security in beverly hills and capitol building. I don't know i saw something saying that. The someone was willing to confederate flag in in the Capitol building right now and it's in the room of this picture of george washington and it was. There was a fact saying that back in the day. When george washington was president the confederates didn't come within an extremely long mile radius of him and now they're literally in the capitol building our countries in worse shape than it's ever been in there waving a flag of hatred around in a in the building when like rainbow flags it symbolized love and acceptance. Where everyone we're being waived around los angeles and then people were being shot at the fuck this shit. God i'm gonna get you angry. All right i gotta i gotta move on. Because i don't want anyone out and uncover your. I do sorry i got really. Oh yeah okay. I'm not trying to i don't wanna speak from. Emotion has a of motion. I know so. Sometimes it's not good. Let your emotions get the best to you but like right now. I think everyone has a right to be mobile. I think we got. I think we just gotta move on. But i just i wanted to say my peace there and just share my personal experience in the things that i saw firsthand which i saw through my system either factual and and there's there's no fairness going on it or not so i know and i have a strong intuition that this country is about to be better than it ever has been but it's also hear the word we have a war being. We have to get through right now. I don't i'm not trying to instill fear in anybody. i. I hope that everyone listening is safe. And and they're not to panic than everything like that. But i've been using this new year to reset my creativity. We to and find what i'm truly passionate about me too and actually serious about that. Not just doing. 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You know whatever's being said the now there's like all this these Yeah thought we were leaving all this bullshit and twenty twenty but hey it's still the beginning of the year and if worse comes to worse we can just consider the first quarter of this year. Also twenty twenty. Because i don't wanna like lose hope for twenty twenty one i do. I do really believe that it's going to be a great year. Something about this year is going to change history forever in the in a positive way that i've noticed in my personal life. Is that the lower. Get the you know. The highs immediately after that follows. Yeah so i mean this is really the lowest our country's gun and it's been probably the worst year for a lot of us so it should be followed by the best year whether it starts quarter way through twenty twenty one halfway through It's going to be followed by a great few years. Probably or greek forever. fuck it. let's let's let's think that manifest put it out there yet for me as a big year of manifestation. I know you mentioned that in the last podcast when i was in the middle of the woods speaking. But i've been just talking things talking about things and my goals and my plans is if they've already happened and i feel like why not you know if you can do that. Why not be like that like instead of saying. Oh i want to direct more of this year. it's guy. I can't wait till you drive this year. I'm gonna i'm gonna. I'm gonna direct this year. Yeah yeah we passions taken over once again in our lives and it's been so long since that happened. It's been like more of just. Say trying to stay afloat and trying to figure out how to be content but fucking. I'm i'm tired. It's time for me to accede being content. I want to be fucking extremely happy every fucking day and i could do that my my two and right now i got real with. We got real with ourselves and now we're on track to achieve extreme happiness. Yeah you got to get real yourself though. Sometimes things aren't the same as they always were. Soon as you can love something for so long and then you don't anymore and you've got to find out what you love next and you can hold onto it because you're you're holding yourself back. Well i think we just went through a major transitional period where we we fought so hard to to get the life that we live for the past six seven years soon with dropping out of school and committing to make incontinence social media and having that be like a job in building this in all this stuff and there comes a time when passions change and things like that and then you enter this thing called a transitional period which is the most fucking stressful part of anyone's life. I think like even just moving your house. That's a transitional period and like your personal environment and everything like that and so we kind of do that simultaneously with our purpose transitional period which we've gone through multiple of in the past we've had so many like purpose transition periods in our lives you know and that's why it was like this one was the most confusing because it lasted the longest. We've been limbo for eight months now nine months and we turn to the old answers. You know what i mean. Well it's all things that used to clear confusion for us. We thought were the same resolutions in this situation. Put us wasn't that it wasn't like that to put it simply. Click is what we're talking about now is like our career on youtube And we have a lot to figure out personally before we share with you will but we're feeling good lately. Yeah we're feeling really good about the future and the future may not involve what we've been used to what you guys have been used to but feeling really good and passionate about the future. That's all i'm going to say. I don't wanna speak to you soon. Because i like to sit on my thoughts. Yeah make sure that they're consistent but we've had a consistently good past week. Which is a record for us this year for us. Definitely the past three hundred sixty five days. I think The longest amount of days that i've had two in a row and now i've just come off like seven or let's get into other shit that we can actually talk about your shirt thanks. It's my favorite word on it. These look possessed. I used to love the teletubbies Ethan teletubbies for halloween fifth grade and we convinced two of our good friends to be teletubbies as well. I was that tinky winky over on the left. The purple guy. No that's plo really oppose red. No it's it's tinky winky you were taking. Winky was la. La la la who the fuck is the elmer or something like that elmer. So what does he fucking ninety. Five years old dipsy. I don't know how i got. Elmer do is. And i'm going to need my son at the helmer. Maybe just a thought to be one sticky dude. What get who remembers. Here's a blast in the past who members covering their hands with elmwood. Elmer's glue on purpose when they were young. Justice league. Appeal it off. I thought that was the thing that only i did. I remember being in an art classroom and like looking around and be like no one's looking. Cover my hands in this glue. And then like my teacher wasn't looking with a cover hand the glue and then i would like like this and then it would dry appeal it off when life was simpler and you would just cover your hands in glue and peel it offer entertainment and now you have to like they have to go on social media and stuff you don't you don't go. He data are you gonna. Here's a question for you. Because i've never asked you. Are you going to give your kids when you have them. An ipad or an ipod with the fuxing exists. When are you going to give them. Although i always say that. Because i'm thinking i'm gonna be like this fifty year old man with kids but i'm probably gonna have kids in like this decade. Obviously so it's like that is kind of soon. I had still exist and less elitist hologram the latest piece of apple technology. Are you going to give your kids that for entertainment when they're young if it is as simple as an ipad. Yeah and you know why. Because i've always been against it because like my parents didn't give me an iphone or whatever for awhile but then again phones had like what nine buttons and they were flip phones so it wasn't like i had access to too much shit but i don't know i think it gives kids advantages when they have access to shift from a young age because it's like our generation whole political. Everything's going on right now. This new election it kind of shows. Who's on the right side of history. And who's know the better thinkers situation which i probably hand to our generation versus the older generation is kinda stuck in their ways Not everybody. i'd say vast majority. So i think that it helps you be advanced quicker and stay with the times. I think it's gonna be really important for my kids to be smarter than me in some aspects so i think giving them technology will help them do that because there's more access to education. Yeah but i will monitor. Because i yeah. Will you let your kids have social media. I guess that's the question going for. No that wasn't. I was just going really well. I let my kid have an ipad. Pepe pig on all day and what's wrong with pepper. Pigan games you wash it on the. It's on the tv and okay. Yes let them watch shows. But that's probably what when you want them to have access to you. I would rather than play with their like outside in the yard. I think they will inevitably put kids do that now. I don't know. I just think it's weird because like me and you came up with the weirdest fund shit to do. Yeah because we didn't have the ipads. I remember going in my room and laying on my stomach and play on my action figures and painting this whole thing in my head for like two hours straight wants and every time i go okay saw me. I don't spend less than forty five minutes on the toilet when i when i have to do number two. Yeah okay. I'm a normal human. So that's it takes forty five minutes when i was little. It was the same. Deal i just. I didn't have an ipad or an iphone to keep me occupied occupied entertained. I was occupying. The toilet already occupied. You're occupying the bathroom. Whatever so i didn't have to keep me entertained. Take my time to be pulling spirit. So i'd take action figures in there and i pick my favorite to and then i would like pretend my my thighs were like some sort of like planet or something that they were living on. I think i used to do that stuff too. I think i remember sitting on the toilet when i was little drawing a picture on my thighs. What am i going to do with this now. Yeah definitely did that. But then i get a ds that was. That was the old toilet trick. Yeah it was. Do you remember. We had bring back in like two thousand hurricane. Sandy two hundred twelve ten eleven thirteen. Maybe okay two thousand eighteen hurricane. Sandy wiped out a huge part of the east coast. My grandma my grandma's beach has literally floated away along with the entire community down the shore in south jersey and then our area hit pretty hard to A lot of trees fell on houses destroyed. Cars Yeah it was awful and we were out of power for sixteen and a half days so no school for two weeks. The last two days when when school started back up the last few days when no power we had no power. And so i go to school so i was like how the fuck away shower. It was weird the it was a huge lyft lifestyle change and we were splitting wood to keep our house warm and we had. We moved our bird gizmo from like her normal area and living room to the family room with a fireplace was to like literally keeper warms. As you wouldn't freeze because it was in the winter we all move mattresses and stuff to the family room right by the fire. There was no heat but my ds got me through it. All i had a phone and everything. At that time i couldn't charge it but my dsl battery for a while because he can only played ds for so long so like any chance. I got like i would take my ds. L. my grandma's house. I charge my or whatever and then come back home and then just had my and they got me through the through the times other grandma's house the one that didn't float away. Yes so but what. I'm saying is back. If i didn't have my ds it would have been miserable somebody to give my kids and technology. 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I can't see it right in my head. Don't look at it. And i'm just kidding. there's joint honey dot com slash. Dolan's back to the episode. do i would. I would actually love to raise my kids like in the middle of the woods. What do you say what do you mean by that when you say that you wanna raise them in the middle of the woods like what what. What's maybe that's just something i wanted to. Maybe they wouldn't even want that he i know. But what's the property. Look like what does your day to day in the middle of the woods. Are you talking in like a tiny home so that you can just sleep in the house and then you're outside in the woods all daily literally. What are you doing in the woods. Cute for at least a a period of time. You like four hours now. Four years to live in a house with my family. If i had a tiny home and the kids were young they would fit in. Because they're tiny kids. Okay and how would it be like split would and then like he has a little small s fireplace and stuff like that like i. I felt so connected to our family when we did when we went through everything with sandy and we were all in the same room and we're just living like cute like it was pretty primitive yet but here at the same time. It's like if you live a primitive lifestyle you probably aren't at the most advantage now like socially and also is out. It's important to a joy for me. It's important to enjoy the luxuries of life. Yeah definitely euro me for my stone bathtub and stuff like dude. Stone bath was awesome. It really is. And i feel like if you have the opportunity to get one in life and you don't do it. I don't have the fucking opportunity because my bathroom is big enough to fit one. So that's why you're rooting because you're jealous. I think there's nothing wrong with that. It's important to enjoy the luxuries of life that you can within your means that you work for the you work hard for but like i can't get behind like the designer and shit like there's no point in that from anything that can really enhance your quality of life and experiences on down for that makes sense you meditate in their ganuly yells it can bring you happiness just got exposed for being jellison bathtub the arrested last so i wasn't roasting was the amount of times that you use the bathroom sometimes just twice a day. Hey i'm putting it how simple. I'm getting my house. Suppler bro. how simple yeah. They're in hot water all the time. They'll probably fucking like baked potatoes. They're quite soft mind. Flexibilities improved tremendously arcadia. Motherfucking split. Now you can get up on the table and do i bet you can't even touch your toes. All right. all right. He could do that maybe they. Maybe they are supple. I told you bro. It's the bathtub stone bathtub. No i wanna tell when. I can fit one of my best. I will say when you were gone when you were in the woods. Last week i was forced to use your bathroom. I was what how my toilet was being occupied. So i had to use yours because it was an emergency. There's no there's two other toilets in the was the closest you don't have to use. It was so much of an emergency. That i was in the hallway and i had to choose the closest bathroom to me and it had it just happen to be yours so when i was in your bathroom i must say it is very nice. It's a good vibe. You've mastered the aesthetic in there and it was a pleasant experience. I wanna thank thank you. I just didn't think you had to use it. Imagine if i use yours though you do you use mine just for fun sometimes do. Maybe i'm not even fucking angry at you at all. Use mine because you come in my room and you just don't and you want to talk to me. I think i think. I think that i think that i'm mad. They use my bathroom. But i don't care at all shit my toilet whenever you. There's a lot of things that i noticed. I trained to care about. But i don't actually give a fuck about. Yeah i think. I care a lot less than i think do. Yeah i think for for example my beard. I'm like a clean. Shaven faced will say look like look at their bag. And i'm like dude fucking i don't really care. Actually nobody i really. Don't i can't figure out why actually gave a pair of shoes and crease them on like. Aw damn i don't give a shit. Yeah what the fuck. Its life bro. You crease you shoes. So what imagine if you just got real dropped all those things you really didn't care about. Yeah after ip violate drip a little bit. I pee my pants or something. Like i don't care all or something you care about that. I can't get behind you care when you dry when you stain on your own. Then i do care if you stand undershirt shirt. We need to drive home. Like he'll be it'll just be me and him in the car. He'll spilling like khumbu on his shirt. He's already rips it off while he's on the highway a tesla i know he does. He rips his fucking truth. Because you can't look at the stain. Keep an emergency shirt in the truck. I can't give you the secret compartment in my trunk and against no secret anymore but keep my spare shirt back there and it's always black one just because it can go with any color that it'd be wearing and it's spill proof because if i'm wearing a white shirt black shirt in the back because if i spill on the white shirt i have a spill proof shirt in the back because then it's my last chance and your last chance. Kp another white shirt because you could equally fucked that one up. So that's like an iq level thousand move. I don't know man thousand four nights it dries and you can barely. You could see it a lot less or you don't spill in the little kid. I have trouble with that anytime. I were a bright color or white spill on it every time because the state because the pressure i do bat under the pressure. So this is what i want to ask. Ethan ethan doesn't but that's subjective. Ethan wills that say. I don't care even even literally. He won't show up to a swamp with a stain on his shirt because he's embarrassed that a bird might see it facts so he'll show up shamelessly late to a meeting. No i won't you fucking well because i'm going thirty. Two minutes away. Got thirty three minutes to get there and he just wandering looking at the fucking corners in the ceiling like doing nothing at all and we'll five minutes and he goes. I'm not going to care you're not gonna care. it's fine. You think of quarters in the ceiling. But i'm making sure that have presentable outfit. Which a lot of times you don't. I'm making sure that. I smell good and pull rigorous on which a lot of the time. You don't smell as good as me. And then also you have floppy coconut hair. And i have to fix my hair so that it looked like look presentable. Human being in some of these meetings. And i'm rocking going to hear right now. Just going to say because i haven't gotten a haircut in long says pretty hypocritical. But but that's what. I'm not just staring at the fucking crevices in the ceiling. You are bro. Maybe at some point you're in your own world is where you are. I walk in the house. Then i'm like what are you doing. I don't know. I swear. I ran into inside from my car. And ask you what you were doing. You said i don't know when we were late on the weights somewhere important. Yes and also the amount of times that i've threatened. I was gonna drive separately for me then to get somewhere. That's that's the bug thing wiz and whatever we have meetings that people have meetings with the dolan twins so we have to show up together but a lot of times. I will fuck show by myself if it if it wasn't for the fucking damn dolan twins if it wasn't for the dole i would show up timely but i have attached and i will say that we've been late to maybe one meeting because of me you don't you don't care. No i just know that you're in charge of making us on time. He doesn't he doesn't care and honestly maybe that's the key to light. Yeah but then when we get to the meetings who speaks the most me you fucking doubt. Don't even start because you literally told everyone that we tell ya. Who's the one who speaks the most of the meetings and the who me and me because you're like ethan. sometimes. I can't talk on zoom meeting today that i was on time for ten o'clock zoom meeting this morning on myself because i didn't talk much on it because i rolled out of bed at nine fifty five his guests. He woke you up. You weren't making you. You're in charge of making us on time. And i just wasn't awakened much you were you. Were going to make the meeting and listen heroes in a minute and fifty five and then moves. He's around doing whatever the fuck on zoom for ten the first ten minutes of meeting without him. Well guess what grayson. And i had an when people really. What do you guys think i would look to my side. Pretend looking at ethan and going. Oh yeah we like that and let me tell you something. Always covering for his ass. He wasn't even there. Let me tell you something right now. You go to bed a grandpa our not. Even you want you went to bed at eleven. Here's what did you think about eleven eight. Here's the thing about eleven nocturnal animals. Wake up at eleven. And guess what. I was a week playing video games two. Am guess what. I heard from inside the wall. What and nocturnal animal. There's a rat and or raccoon. And i say door because if there's both of them in the probably up something a little suspicious they're probably making a mother fucking of raccoon hybrid exactly and that's what i'm saying. I would have not called them in the act. If i wasn't up at two. Am and guess what we would have not known that we have nocturnal animals. Living inside the walls of our house and there a little hole where the didn't patch properly around a pipe that they'd just fixing the house and a raccoon and a rat could have been running around our house while we were sleeping wasn't from catching them while they were getting an honest said the wall. I guess what we just said it. S an ethical wildlife. control person. Come to the house and remove the rat from the wall. Because i found him in there. While you were fucking snooze in a rat's even nocturnal. I don't ask yourself tv. Nocturnal no. You're the rat dude. Why are the rats in paris. Like vibe though. Hawaii's calling someone a rat. Get this the tower. There's little rats. Earning around their attitude. They're ready to resume cool. You just get along enormous situations like in new york city when you see rat. It's kind of and you run away bad reputation dude. They're no different. The raccoons and raccoons are fucking awesome. They have a bad rep too because they attack humans. No they don't. I never been attacked by a raccoon nor have ever seen in be attacked by. Someone is when i was little. Someone said watch out for records will attack you bullshit. It's bad reputation it is it's fake. it's fake bullshit. Also gonna ask me. i would hug it. Rats are doorbell and people can have them as pets and they're probably smart. They're probably smarter than a lot of pets that people normally have. And you just don't know it because they got a bad reputation and their underrated. My wall deserves reputation. Here's the issue but the rat in my wallet. I put the wall here. He accidentally ended up here. Because he thinks it's fucking tree house which he knows how to navigate through. He ends up in a house because he doesn't know what that is because humans built it and then he goes in. My attic falls down my wall. And now i have to free him because jailing rat in my wall who has gotten attacked by raccoon though what i even say that they get rabies things rabies. Look at the fucking capitol building right now so about that was rabid idiots. No legit so people names. I think it's an did you see the china. You see the like the fuzzed the fuzz had with tail on it. Come on man. And he's like he has no shirt on in the capitol building. I think he's wearing to where. I don't feel good now. He was where he was close to. God i saw a lot more. That guy's body than i wanted to and he was around a bunch of people who thought it was normal apparently because they just look like they were participating or whatever he was. Gosh all right enough of them when you get my blood's piping anyway even more don't sleep on rats and then won't sleep on you because they're not terminal. I don't even know if they're not journal. I think he has a bad sleep schedule. You you're the fucking red. Yeah and guess what. I'm proud of it. Rats underrated on underrated When we went to paris there's little rats running around and stuff in the fields. But it's like you picnic with them there. It's a different vibe. It's a parisian rat vibe Do you like you like you. Sit down on the ground and you give a an edgier beg yet yeah they do it differently there and i think they do it correctly. I do to america's got it all backwards. What's going on with that though. Why are there so many occas. There's because there's a sewer. All jokes aside. The animal reputation is a big fucking serious issue. Like people don't know that pigs and cows are exponentially smarter than dogs and cats which everyone has as pets. and then everybody's respective. Do you have a lot of realizations there. Yeah so. I think that is definitely really really big issue but at the pariser respecting rats for the most part from what i've seen i know i don't even know if they do. It was just. I had respect for them when i was there. Okay all of us still in quarantine living unlimited times It makes it hard to go out and get food. But luckily there's door dash continue supporting restaurants in your community safely. There are thousands of restaurants opened for delivery on doordash. That need your patronage now more than ever support your favorite restaurants on door dash. Tour dash is the app brings food to wherever you're craving it. Whether that be house. Bring the food into your house. You put it in your mouth but ordering is easy. 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But they're like the smartest bird they figure puzzles. See what have we teamed up with these smart animals that were mistreating sleeping on and we all put our brains together. What could we come up with. Probably a lot of probably lost though we'd be able to fly by now. Maybe they could teach us. I'm going to be the first human ever that gets taught to fly by crow. I believe in you bro. You grow out your beard enough and then you tie each hair to your wrist. That would actually be tight. Like so one strangles around here and they progressively goes closer and closer to your so that it makes a big no you just small flaps like this. Oh no it'd be like this okay. Any new year's resolutions. Let's see. i wanted to get up and work out early every day. But i decided not to do that. Because because it's just going to make my life lesson able you use a thing you think that like you gotta get over the hump but no fucking sucks. Okay i if i'm gonna work out. I'm going to do it when i'm dead tired and then be drowsy the rest of the day and like shit. I'm going to do when i want to do it. Which is kind of mid day. And then i'm going to get a good night's sleep because i feel happy when i sleep a lot but why is it that wakes me up. 'cause there's something wrong with you know yes. Who's more normal or oh that's a good. That's a good question are here. Here's what we're going to do right now. I'm going to explain all the reasons why i'm normal. And then i'll let grayson. Explained the reasons why he thinks he's normal. And then you guys in the comments let us know who you think is more normal because this is a conversation that we have a lot. He thinks he's way more normal than me. We know normal is not a word versus using it for. Try to be fun but dewey but do we though because is no anyway here. We go word. I am normal. Sure you check it. I am normal. Because i like to sleep. I'm normal because i don't like to immediately work out when i can't even open my eyes yet and i still got sleep crust in them. I'm normal because i like to play video games. I'm also normal. Because i like to eat breakfast when i wake up eight hours after i wake up. I'm just comparing myself. I'm also normal. Because i liked pick out an outfit that i like that i feel looks good and i like to leave the house looking presentable. When we're likely to house again you just learning shots. No not at all. Okay i agree. I think i think that should tell you as well. I'm normal enough. Okay grayson you go. I'm normal because i get up at a reasonable hour because i structure my life. Hey real quick. What's reasonable like in between seven and nine. It's not that intense. Pretty fucking keep going. I am normal. Because i understand how to make a vegan grilled cheese sandwich. I don't know how to get the cheese to melt. I in normal. Because i know how to put cereal in a bull. That may maybe bro. Maybe not to do that. Yeah i spill. Because i'm impatient. I normal because i don't react to to spilling on my shirt as if there some sort of apocalypse out there that's the one that's gonna make me win right now. That's gonna make me win. No-one likes spilling on their shirt. You're just a fucking weirdo doesn't care about it keep going. I am normal because dig yourself deeper in the ditch police. I wear a matching pair of socks. Wear normal mesh pearson. Oh you're not. Oh you're just saying you. I'm just saying i do that too. I'm normal because you you know more reasons in a normal year come to think of it weird. I'm an oddball now. Don't be normal. Here's least normal thing that i'd done in the past forty eight hours drink water out of a mug. That's fucked okay. So we got these mugs. Because i like to drink coffee whenever quarter podcast. But i've read six coffees today. So i do that because become an actor goes way too fast become way too hot so decided to put water in here probably because my kidneys probably couldn't handle anymore handling coffee beans can handle anymore. No so i put water in here and it just feels weird drinking water out of this mug. I feel it should be a hot liquid. It almost feels like gross. You know what i mean feels like i'm drinking cold soup when drinking water out of them yeah or cold coffee. Which just gross. If it's not iced coffee oh unintentionally. Cold coffees growing ten coffee. Cold do temp disgusting. It's weird there's a. There's a demographic there's a fan base for ten coffee out there. There has to be there for everything is no shame if you room coffee. Please comment below. I don't. I'm not. I'm saying i'm saying you're you're like bad ass your special like you're out the kind of special trump's talking about the the good nice kind of special. Yeah the real kind of special. I think i think trump got the word special and fucking stupid confused with one another. Because 'cause fucking stupid sounds like kind of life's special has an s in there. It's obvious lexical. Sometimes i might even so we what what could have happened. Is trump read the teleprompter that he had previously type of incorrectly because he's exit and he said special and i love you instead of go. The fuck home for can stupid. That could have happened. God this country will. This country will reach a point. It is better. we're gonna do. It has to this gin. There's there's no down from here now. This is going to do it. Yeah i'm speaking it. Generally speaking and believing it. Okay that nc. Any young people doing that shit. I didn't either. They're all not to my surprise. All that funky age that they got the funky forties the funky. Four is new. Who doesn't do everyone in their forties right now. Not all not all of you. Anyone who was in their forties. And who's not listening to this podcast. Funky forties funky forties. I feel like that's what that's what life is right now. It's like we got some old people who are like woke. Because they're like old they've lived through a lot and they have these realizations. How old are these people. Like seventy seventy plus yay and i say seventy dollars people. Some of are very woke. I've met like really like woke with the fucking times. Seventy plus people. I think it's because they they'd gone through a lot like the great depression things like that. So they have an open mind and these funky forty people like they just had like headline issue with ended up using the eighties and shit. And that's it. They didn't experience in highschool. I didn't experience in first hand. See shit that the older people did you know what i mean. The actually taught them a lesson like the funky forties. People didn't really learn through experience. I don't think i'm not sending shots at okay. But the issue is that they're in powerful positions. That's the fucking issue. Yeah we need some young people in charge we do and the thing is like. You don't even need to interrupt. You could just take charge as a young person and do it. We all have a platform like okay if your parents saying fuck shit it's totally okay to have a mature conversation with them and let them know that they are take charge literally take charge of your fucking family. Dinner talking irresponsible messed up stuff. You don't have to agree with people just because they're older but grayson grayson has to agree with me because i got them by twenty minutes. Have you ever thought what if we got like body swapped at birth like they had a little baby body and then they switched them around. No you know. Here's the thing so we held our parents out when we were born so his people always would ask out. What if eaten his grace ingrains. Ethan mom named because the first one that was supposed called even the first one out so people were like. Yeah people really. What if you were switched up because he looks like one of your babies that your names got switched somewhere long. Maybe even two years old. But the thing is i had jaundice when i was born so i was yellow and i had to go into an incubator so grayson was also dead dead. I was was christian. Died for almost a minute at birth. I was not breathing breathing. And i didn't have a heartbeat when it was born. So we haven't gotten yeah. That's that's my answer to. That question is that. I was yellow in grayson wasn't alive so they took okay. So that's how they differentiate to really break because of that needed special care so they put grace into into their. You were in the nick. You and i was in the incubator and then i went home before you said greece was still at the hospital and i was home and then do we. 'cause we must have spent a week apart from each other for the first week of our lives. That's the probably the longest we've ever spent apart we just at four days and we all. We almost set the new record. That wasn't four. It was three and a half. I thought i made it for. I don't even know if it was three and a half. I got pissed because he enlists podcast. he was. You're gonna miss me watch. you're coming home. You're going to miss me. And i was like no. I'm not in the next day. I woke up. And i missed some fucking booked a flight home and he won. Yeah he was pissed. Because i one i wasn't julie for a week i wasn't no it wasn't i don't think it was was it six days. Nah no it wasn't no it wasn't it wasn't that long but it still happened where i up walked up. Fuck is going on. What is it happens sometimes. Sometimes my brain just says the wrong thing. I was speaking for you. But sometimes does that to my words just came up before i even knew what i said and i did say it woke up and i woke up and i fell like i missed. Ethan looked okay while you're doing that. I mean watching a lot of movies lately. Which is something that. I haven't ever really done me until now either everyone's like. Oh you know this actor director of this movie. And i'm like no but i'm starting to know getting educated on life on movies. What's the least educated area of life that kind of putting off. I want to learn spanish. But i know a fair amount not enough so you want to become bilingual. And you think you're putting up because he gets essential for you to know. I think being bilingual is essential for me. Anything putting it off because intimidated by the fact that it's going to be hard. Yeah okay that makes sense. But i do know so much. I know too much to not learn the value of doubt. I've reached the value of debt. So when you're learning a new skill. Apparently you have false. What is it called again. You have embiid you have come on. You just fucked me ahead. I knew what it was in said. You didn't know. So then. I thought i didn't know it is called. You do know it is called. It's not naive. what's the other word. I and it means you're outsmart. It's not going to begin with an. I know it's not going to begin with an. I know it's it's not gonna. He always gets that part wrong. He have a word of thinking of it begins with a q. And it's like silver. I'm like that's all you had. Yeah this quicksilver do. I would think that k- what the fuck are thinking about right now. Another word for naive ignorant. Yeah i was right. I was right and you were wrong. Lethem was wrong because it began with. An i and i was so you have to the l. now within you had to swallow the because you're normally always wrong you were. How did that taste. You need some water to help. Go down yeah has l. It was good. How's it sit in your stomach. We do this thing. Where one person if we're wrong at the end of a long argument the person who's roy has to swallow the l. because if they don't then the conversation the argument would continue in branch off into another argument so we figured that what better way to end an argument than swallowing the l. Lose why don't we do that shit. There's like two things in our twin code that we've come to a conclusion that we both agree on together and that's a rock paper. Scissors battle is always final. Anything 'cause like if. I leave my phone in the other room. And i'm greg for me. It's like for some reason i feel. He should just have to do everything for me. And then he doesn't feel like that so we always do rock paper scissors. Today we're working out and grayson's like go get the speaker inside a why me you want the speaker for both of us and then we did our paper scissor and i lost. I had to get it. So that's our final final. The twins with us and then also. If you lose an argument you have to swallow. The the argument doesn't get along and to do that. Said loser has to go bop just like that. Yeah you're a guerrilla cartoon swallow. And it's i'm telling you you have never been defeated until you swallowed an before especially when your twin brothers looking you. Dead in the fucking. Can you just give me an example of how you saw the now. Like imagine losing an argument. And you have to fucking do that. It's a rule between because it's funny because then at the end and we laugh. Yeah and then. It's happy but it off until you do it as messed my job. Swollen that oh that was a big hills to bigger mouth. Okay anyway forward so back to what we were talking about when you when you start something like a new A new skill were or new. Fucking could be anything anything. We're a skill is involved in knowledge and you learn. Educate yourself you start and you have a lot of ignorant optimism. monsieur. Oh i could do this and then as you get educated you start to like have a little bit of doubt because this is actually going to be who's actually actually hard and then you end up in this thing at the bottom here and it's called the valley of doubt and that's when you're like oh shit this is too hard and then a lot of people quit their and that's why they never up doing what they want You know that's common reality but if you make it through the value of debt with hard work perseverance. All things of that nature. You end up having some educated optimism. Because now you're like you know what i'm starting to learn you. I just put off the fact that this was too hard. It's because it's not. That's not a fact. That was an opinion. You know my opinion was. It was too hard but i've proved myself wrong and now i'm optimistic that i can do this and i know about it and then after that you reach success and so right now i kind of lie in the value of doubt that i will learn spanish but because i've learned so much and nominal point where i'm like. Oh shit we wise. It's still hard If you recognize that you're in the valley of doubt it'll give you a little bit more of like educated optimism maybe prematurely. Yeah because you know that's how it goes when you're learning something all right. I'm just going to do it now. I'm gonna learn during the value of this. I'm gonna learn spanish too. I can i can. I've gotten a lot better understanding. Like if someone speaking it kind of i can understand what they're talking about not word for word but i can understand what they're talking about something that i haven't educated myself on enough being completely honest politics and i don't know you know what i mean like. I don't know if it's here's my essential. I don't i don't know if it's you know damaging to not know these things about politics or if i should look into it more like what i think is that opinion based is some people that do know a lot about politics and there's some people that don't know anything and i feel like i had not really experienced person losing respect for not knowing a lot about politics. It's always like kind of accepted to not know that much. You know i think to me. I feel like because of the things that i've personally observed a lot of political facts are really just opinion. Yeah yeah because look at everything so split on. For example he saying these things in and just blurting out all this shit and and none of it's factual but he's speaking about it as if it is fact so if i were listen him i would have. I would be misinformed on certain things. You know what i mean. Fucking listen to him exactly. So it's like the president and he is a political. I guess it makes sense for me to not want to know anything about politics because trump has been president for eight years. I've been informed on everything about the election and everything i think. That's the most important time for me to get educated. I did but yeah before. That ain't i ain't no shit also wasn't even enough to vote before that. Yeah i think you're at the point in your life where the point our lives where we we should start to beds educate ourselves but spanish is something i really want to learn because so many people in america speak spanish. Some people around the world speak spanish. I i thought of is like in europe for example thursday. There's a bunch of countries and they all mostly speak their own native language. Some countries language carries over from country to country but there are so many different languages in so many different countries in europe and in south america. It's the same language being spoke spoken spoken across so many different countries learning was first. And then there's so many there's so many spanish speaking countries in this world and many spanish speaking people in america where i live that i need to learn. Yeah it's also like a fun language and they say that it gives bad bunny makes it fun. Yeah abundant makes it really fun. Listen to every single day. And i don't i don't really know what he's saying. I no matter when you do. It's going to hit that much harder. And rosalia the probably spitting some facts and we have no clue but hey it's so funny you don't have to know so i'm going to learn spanish this. I'm speaking about it. I'm gonna learn spanish. Two thousand twenty one fully speaking fluent or close in spanish by the end of twenty. You're using that fast. I know so much already my pronunciations. Good i let's give him a sentence. Say the door is open. Can you close it with good pronunciation. Say open up. Let up here obata. I rolled it. did it roll my or too much. Maybe i'm going on the laporta appropriate. No i said can you please close it right. Puerto cnn laporta sierra. Fuck sierra put it there okay. We got to fix our tongues. Don't work like that. It doesn't move fast enough yet. Yeah my tongue tongue. Doesn't have that romance to it yet. Yeah it'll get there. I believe in you thanks barking. My pronunciation isn't that bad. I'm not calling it a puerta you know. Yeah nothing hola. Gosh this down. A little bit was people in spanish classes. Pronounce that law rossier. It sounds like the name of the greek soldiers. Something spread positively moment guys. I literally can't talk. I'm sorry so when he starts reading. I don't know if i'm gonna shit starts scrambling. This week spread. Positivity shoutout goes to india holiday hollow day. There you go my spray positively nomination goes to myself a month ago. I was diagnosed with graves disease whilst in my final university year of university causing a lot of anxiety. I want people to know that no matter. What the challenges you're faced with whether they be for your health family or work you can absolutely do anything you put your mind to because you are stronger than you look and braver than you. Feel stronger than you. Look brief to always remember to support yourself as much as you support others another two and the last is a little person us about our channel and stuff. I really love. India said about being supportive to yourself as your to others. Because that's something that i struggled with. I would give a lot of my friends advice that i probably needed to take or i would be very supportive of my friends when i would talk down on myself and you. It really is important to support yourself. Because if i didn't at one point flip a switch and started supporting myself. I would have nothing left to support my friends with you. Know what. I mean it crumble. So that that's really amazing. Yeah that's a good call to action. You had in there to support yourself like that and a lot of times. I think that. I find myself trying to find the line of like just being hard as hell but it'd be like am i being cocky or narcissistic right now my talking myself. Too much one. I find myself supporting myself. Sometimes you really only have yourself to turn to it. Yeah you know when you're when you're alone and your and your thoughts. It's good to practice to be supportive to yourself. And when you're alone even if it is cocky who cares support not that. That's the thing there's a. There's a misconception. There people just retz. What's wrong with rats. They're fucking cute in their cool. There's nothing wrong with supporting yourself. It's not to be frowned upon other people made that up. You know what. I mean yet. People made up that rats were assholes and they're awesome and it sounds like you experience something that drove face a lot of a anxiety and the fact that you stood up in a time of adversity and supported yourself and got through it india. That is amazing so you can do anything. You really can't do anything and you prove it to yourself then you guys for listening to this week's episode that's a great note to end on I know that we've been kind of all over the place this episode like the country's all we weren't expecting to see like we literally as as we were sitting down to record episode. We looked at the news and we saw that and we knew we had to talk about it and we didn't really have that much time to process it but we knew we needed to talk about it so we did so could have been why we're all over the place today but it was fun nevertheless and having conversations with you guys makes me feel better feel like i got a clear head young into my life after these podcasts. 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162 - Director's Cut

Sup Doc: A Documentary Podcast

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162 - Director's Cut

"I am paco. Romane george chan. You're listening to sub dock and we're doing a special clip show today we're going to play some interviews from directors because i you know if you follow the show the whole time you'll know that we usually were just comedians and we talked to our friends and sometimes we actually talked to real hardcore film directors like award winning folks that have really been in the trenches so we got different sides. We want to show you for our show. Yeah that's right. I mean we've we set out just basically to communities wanting to talk to comedians in them five and a half years later we've talked to people who have been on tv journalists other host of other podcasts and some of our favorite documentary Talks we've had is with the actual filmmakers of those documentaries. We're talking about and that is what today is all about so george. Why don't you set up the first clip. Yeah this is a film that actually i. I was lucky enough to get a really early screening Right before this showed at sundance. I think it's basically the same cut that was shown at sundance and this is feels good. Man which is independently produced independently released. They did not get picked up by one of the bigger probably because the topic is about pepe the frog so you can imagine like the billboards. No net didn't want to like have a giant pepe. The frog billboard on sunset arthur jones and georgia angelini. Were gracious enough to come over to my house and talk to me Yeah we talked to them after sundance happened but before the film was widely available so this is actually very early on it. You can get it anywhere now. You can rent it. Buy it on itunes and other places but yeah feels good man. It's the story of matt. Furey and this is more of a chat where we kind of talked about the entire process that arthur first time director arthur and giorgio. The producer went through to make feels good man. Were you doing this between doing. Paid work essentially or kind of like to keep this going for the last few years. Yeah yes i mean. We both on an obvious question. But i don't know how many of our listeners are actually filmmakers themselves. But i know this is like a. It's a different system than like pitching fiction film type situation. Especially if you're new to it you know no one wants to give you money until you've already made the money for sure. That's just the reality of the business. Yeah the first year in particular like yeah. No i worked really hard. I know we both did on a lot of different projects. And the maybe the last nine months a year we were able to work on the film full-time which was an amazing thing We found great partners a wavelength productions and the chicago media project to come in and help us but yeah the first year and a half. We were just bootstrapping it ourselves. Or they're gr- i think With some types of documentaries maybe grants you or we applied. We're also talk about the nazi frog. That i think was i think. Yeah you boil down the problem with the film. Initially when they heard about it. Yeah that's the thing is like in your head you're filmmaker and you're like know what it's gonna feel like the final product is so hard to render that in other people's minds and like in a substantive way until you actually finish the film so we were kind of up against the fact that we didn't really have much of a track record to prove like just trust us so this really potentially toxic film and then what's been so rewarding now that we've kind of started to screen publicly and the people have started to respond. It's like oh had no idea about matt's life and this is such a surprisingly heartwarming story. And it's like. I don't know that that's the part of the gratitude. Conversation just grateful that people are finally getting it and then hopefully in the future. Granting bodies switch like we could. We could write a bunch of grants or make a film. We're going to make a film. I don't know who who grants well. We did end up getting once we finish the film. Some really kind donors that come in at the very end. Yeah and that's just the way it is. And i totally understand that. There's a lot of risk there so yeah and it is. It's a film. That really is incredibly complicated. And i hope that we threaded the needle on it. I think we throw on it but yeah it deals with all of these zigzagging sort of like narratives and it also has all this kind of like wild stylistic stuff so getting people to trust us early wasn't going to happen but once we had like a forty five minute cut them. Felt really good about It was a lot easier to find like collaborators in production companies to help us who also believed in the vision of it. Yeah i mean. I think it is like is fascinating story and the Seeing matt sort of family guy. And i should say family man who got in terms of innovation. Also i love. There's one quote of his. I love which. I don't know i don't know i can talk about go ahead way too much. Go ahead where. He's in the deposition. They're like you have this lazy layabout lifestyle he's like i still have that Sure screening oh. Yeah oh yeah. I actually find that moment to be really inspiring. I love that moment because basically just for a little backstory. It's mad is getting grilled in a deposition by alex. Jones attorney who very much sounds like alex jones he sort of. He's a very similar personality pills the he he's a recive nude with a lot of bluster. And so yeah. He says matt has like he. He says he has this. He accuses him having this knucklehead life and that's just like yeah i still have actually think it's important for people like matt has never compromised himself during any of this like even in this deposition that went on for hours and he's being grilled by like a guy in a suit and very much like mad is out of his depth in the film. You c- matt getting a haircut and putting on a suit things that are not what he would normally do and he wouldn't have to do because he's an artist But in the in the footage he is always himself. He keeps his sense of humor. He keeps his composure. And i think that it allows us to tell this farcical story as it really is a farce Especially those moments but yeah i love how he just keeps his sunny weird disposition throughout this whole thing in a way that i hope that if you're a young person watching this because i do think this film was going to be watched by a lot of people who are like eighteen twenty you see that and you realize you can kind of live and uncompromised life. You know as you grow up and continue to be passionate about the things you're passionate about. Wow yeah if you want to know the story of exactly what the lawsuit quiz about. Yeah so info wars was selling like a poster and it had a bunch of different imagery on it and one of the images was i believe the donald trump pepe so he basically got to this point where matt theory is just like an underground comics guy who created these really like chilled out. Character is turn into memes that were adopted by the alright so it's very complicated story as he was saying in georgia were saying he won. He won the lawsuit actually did yeah. He actually won the lawsuit against alex. Jones and i believe alex jones needed to lake. He had to stop selling the poster and then owed money. but then. I don't know. I think he may have gotten around that somehow or like he ever got paid by the infowars company. So this was arthur's first film. Then arthur comes from a animation. Background him in giorgio actually had worked on another film together which is about redlining. Were arthur did the titles and the animations and yeah. He's done. He has an animation background. He's like went to is d and stuff and this is his first film. We get into this interview. This is episode. One thirty seven is just came out in like this just came out before. Like corentin happened and stuff. I think right there in your beginning of march. Yeah it's kind of like you know it's it's like i don't even live that house anymore. So yeah it's a great story. It's really if you're interested in like underground comics at all or just like mean culture. I in just like even a whole sideline about just people that adopted peppy as a mean and like how he's sort of represents all these under represented people that feel like it's it's like troll breaks down troll culture very well as well so twenty th the peppy thing that started from four chan or something right so the film gets into it. It's like he basically just made these very very like a political chill comics and like one of them they got up it tilling my space and then from there started being associated with like workout culture and then it just took off and people and then there's sort of like a bunch of turns the pep. There's so much going on. There is like a crypto currency based on what to get into. There's like really interesting interviews like people that have researched memes forever anyway like i definitely watch feels good man and then listener episode one. Thirty seven where i talked to. Arthur and giorgio really fun story so let me let me ask you. Why out of this you this entire interview. What stood out for you for this clip. Why did you pick this clip. Actually nick our associate producer picked this clip. But i really liked this interview. I really firstly like they were. It was felt like a scoop right. We kind of got this before was really available anywhere. So there's one of the. Maybe i three or four podcast interviews that arthur had done anything since then. He's been like an office hours and stuff like that. And what the fuck with marc maron and. Yeah i think like the talking them. Being new filmmakers was part of it And just like. I just wanted to know more like as a first time filmmaker. That's come from animation. Like how do you even get into this. Yeah that's really interesting. I think that's what a lot of people wanna know. The process is really interesting. And it's like as we listen to some more of these clips. I think. I think an overarching ombrella theme to this episode. That we're doing with some of our favorite clips from these directors like a process because like as most people who get into film and making films you start to realize like there. It's whatever you can do however you can do it. I am going to shout out another podcast that i actually really love which is called long form and it's with journalists it's like journalists talking to other journalists about that process and it's very similar in its very similar not like this specific interview but like the in the way that documentary. Filmmaking is sort of like parallel to journalism. But it's like obviously like in the level of research and like really following these weird threads and seeing where they go like the the best like non fiction work Is like that so yeah long-form i think is also if you like this type of of story. I think it's the kind of thing you'd like that podcast so yeah listen to our podcast and listenable and then go watch feels good man. It is a really. I watched it a couple of months ago in an is really good doc. It's there's also that story is insane and wanted to also i did pick this other clip. Which is one of actually. It's technically our first director interview. So we only done a handful of interviews. It's not even technically it is. It's our first director interview. We we somehow. It was sean. You're you're hara from international film festival actually think pitched does like. Do you want to talk to jodi. Willie who did this source family. And we're like yeah we've only put like we'd only put out like our first three episodes. I think that point. Yeah like an actual like. I think it'd been nominated for a bunch of awards and stuff for so and always done before then is like a something about the iron sheik arminia our first couple of episodes with matlab in bethlehem endure harmon but so Chenier hara was the director of the sf international film festival. He's like hey jodie will. He's doing this thing we actually. I don't think we we didn't get to go to the live thing but it was talking about the her other. Subsequent source family was about the areas which is another ufo group based out the southern california but her work that you would know. A lot of people would know. Is the source family. Father yoed fascinating story of like a vegetarian. Restaurant turned into a new spiritual group. Slash rock and roll commune rights bonkers story and jodi became like this expert in it and became the filmmaker. Should we talked to her very early on. This is twenty fifteen and let's throw to that clip. What a lot of people don't realize not just with the source family. But with a lot of these social experiments that happened in the sixties and seventies these so called colts commune's homesteads. Is that that period. Like sixty nine to seventy five pupils. Even writers scholars think that like the whole counterculture died in sixty-nine with mountains in an ultimate for me with my independent research and getting to know a lot of people who lived through the period. I feel like sixty nine is when people really got serious like they were like holy shit like this. You know the the the the flower power is not working. I know what i mean like. We can't we and we cannot work with the man we're going to have to build our own world. We're gonna have to build their own society. And so i feel like these communities attracted some of the brightest lights of the era. You know these really bright lights that that wanted to explore things beyond what they'd been on you know and so if you if you had a spiritual leader who was who was actually kind of i mean everybody. I've talked to about father. Yoda was like he was really like. He was clairvoyant like he was he was producing phenomena. I cannot explain. And i've heard from a number of groups back then where somebody was doing that and what that did was it just allowed people to sort of expand beyond their own mindset and into new possibilities and what happened was these groups i think not just the spiritual ones but the anarchist communities the craft communities they served as cultural incubators where people could get away from the mainstream ideas and brainwash and they could figure out a new ideas and new ways of being and most people don't realize that you know steve jobs was a fruitarian and lived on a commun- he was like an acid dropping hippie. He was totally part of the scene. Stewart brand one of the founders of the internet. I mean he was. He was one of the publishers. The key of the whole earth catalog which was like the engine for these people and then in the source family we had We had Magazine the aquarian who went to sell his internet Headhunting staffing company for like sixty million dollars during the dot com boom and then who in the family who became a stem cell pioneer. And then there was. There were others. Those were just a couple. I mentioned but there was one woman who founded to really successful vegetarian restaurants and then started this organization for women in third world countries that worked with united nations like there were people who went on to do really interesting things that happened a lot with these groups the people who sort of laid the groundwork for like the mind body spirit Trend the yoga trend whole foods. The ceo of whole foods was like a vegetarian. Living in a cooperative they were doing radical stuff. That hipsters nowadays are only starting to fantasize about. Yeah man. I've i haven't seen the film in awhile. But actually like jodi like the more i learn about jodi and what she's into because she also worked in the underground publishing for a long time and she's kind of she has her fingers like involved in so many different things like she was like on the boards. A bunch of different organizations in la and Yeah so she's been really a champion for like alternative media for such a long time and we didn't even really get into that aspect of her work. But i was thinking about this quote in terms of just having done the vow in talking about nexium how those thing of like. Yeah actually successful people. They want successful people to be part of the group exactly and like they have the drive to kind of like bootstrap things and also. They had resources to start with so it helped father iota and help you. How for sure to have these people were so dedicated. Yeah i think it's also interesting. She talks about spiritual leaders and a yod having clairvoyance or being able to do things that people can explain and like as these cults get or groups get bigger and bigger the cult of personality in these myths. Start being raided of like. Oh the leader can can float around and they can heal people you know and it's just starts becoming this this story that wraps itself around itself well it was really interesting talking to jody like i think you and i probably watch this sars family were just what a nut and you really got the sense from talking to her shoes just like it's valid. It's like there was everything they were doing. She did not come at it with a cynical view at all right. It's very open to like worry. Johanna was all about. And i thought that was really interesting because i think like a lot of the films we like can be a little bit winky winky when it comes to documentary. This is a period of late nineties documentary. That was a little bit winky comedic but you know everything that happened in his family like was very bizarre but really talking to her i was like. Oh wow i kind of different take on the film now. So that's something we wouldn't have gotten from from not doing this interview. I would not have Came out with that angle. No of course if we and you know again we had started the the idea. Originally with sub doc was to just talk to comedians about their favourite docs and she was the first non comedian. Basically we talked to. And i remember her saying. I'm super intimidated. You guys are comedians. And you know. Like i don't know what i'm supposed to say we're like well. We're intimidate your filmmaker like we don't know how to make a film and it was a member to This this talk. I gave her a ride back to your hotel in on that ride. She was even talking about more about the colts. And the people. And you know exactly what you're saying. She was so into it that you know that that was a very fresh thing because if it'd been you mean another comedian we would not have had this trip to these people. Probably you know and like it's really interesting. How many of these cults existed in california in the sixty seventies eighties nineties and like it was there so secretive and now i don't even know if you can really get away with probably but it just seems now with social median everything. Yeah well it's interesting. Also that parallel. She was saying of sixty nine manson. And all that stuff like this was like you know people like taking the idea of flower power and being like let's just apply it in different ways and like try to like make a working thing out of it. Yeah well and some people would say. That's where the the boomer generation led us all down as they had these ideals and then they're like but i want to go to wall street. Now make a bunch of money and leave that shit behind you know. And i don't remember if if it's in the episode or not but i do remember her telling us at jennifer aniston worked at that the -tarian relative really yeah interesting. She got her big break. She was like one of the waitresses there. Oh yeah i think actually went to that restaurant one time too because my sister's vegan so we were down there and we like went to that restaurant not knowing the back because it still. It's one of the restaurants kept going. Yeah yeah so. Yeah i very first director interview. And then our most recent director interview back with jeff and this was just a couple of weeks ago. We got the opportunity to talk to jeff. And this is one of those. You know interviews. I was extremely excited about. Because he'd made some of my absolute favorite documentaries. And it's like. I just have this such a big doc nerd and i love. I love duck so much. And i've always been fascinated by directors so learning like like i love. I love learning how people got there the impetus in the catalyst make a film because you can make a doc about anything you know. I tried when i was in college to make a doc about the gibson guitar factor that was in kalamazoo and shuttered and moved to tennessee in the mid ninety s. When i was in college. And i wanted to make doc about it. And i had no clue how to start. Zero zero clue. So i didn't do it and it's always fascinating to me where people are like. I heard this thing. I was in journalism school. But i just decided to doc like actually having watched having talked to all these people. I'm like i'm even more like like i don't know if i have what it takes to do it. You know like i definitely. This is the point. I've definitely had ideas for documentaries. Having talked to all these people in like are you willing to give up like five years of your life. I'm like i mean without navy when i was younger. I don't know now with me. Being zero help for distribution. It's the same with wanting to start a record label. I feel like i've done that. I've done that so they would. Jeff ears again. His two two of his films are like very influential. Both the bus like Daniel daniel johnston which you've actually talked about on the show even before this and have japanese band king very important but this is a clip where we really just talking to jeff about the through line of the subjects he picks and you get some good day. Johnston stories in here the whole episode. Go back and listen episodes one of the most the ones. I'm surprised a bunch of people reached out to both you and i about this episode. Yeah yeah absolutely. So yeah this is jeff talking about the how he got the start with making the by the way. Just before we get into the the devil and daniel johnston's now considered one of the greatest movie i mean Domestic docs in existence. So this is very very interesting. So this is jeff talking about making that documentary this stuff. The truth is stranger than fiction is never more true than in situations like that and then like the creative madness. I mean i feel like that kind of runs through some of your docs like the creative madness is some people or the mad creativity of people you know like you. Do you look for that or is that just something that unfolds seems with your subjects. It'd be tough to say. I was looking for college. You know. I just love great stories and you know. I always thought daniel first and foremost with incredible story. Yeah Yes he's a great artist no doubt visually and his music. No i mean absolutely. But i remember back in my god. It was probably eighty five. I got out of college and eighty six eighty five. When i was doing college radio. You know daniel. And his cassettes. You know emerged in the underground. That's a very tiny little world back. Then we have no internet. You know we have fanzines right. And i i remember my buddy from pure be can caq and who went onto run homestead records. He turned me onto daniel. And i i just you know. In the back of a fanzine there was Stress records a little tiny ad. And i think each cassette might have been three dollars. Perhaps you know. I think i ordered the whole thing. You know all this semi mall. I want every cassette. And it was like i think. Eight cassettes at that point so everybody only thinks about. Hi how are you. But every one of those cassettes is incredible. And they're all very different. So i ordered those tapes. And you know out obviously the primitive artwork which now was tattooed on everybody's body and on on van sneakers and supreme t shirts. Now do that was not the case but nobody people people didn't take it seriously. But what i loved at the moment when i heard those tapes obviously the songs of unrequited love and how open he was about documenting his own mental illness. I loved it you know. He taped him yelling at him between the songs. And you know at the same moment. I was probably reading a confederacy of dunces. Right and probably the same exact moment fell in love with Scorsese's the king of comedy. And i was like. Oh an light bulb went off like this is. This is the real version of that. This is daniel in a basement. Aim immature and yelling screaming back and forth with and is like that's a movie. I said to myself eighty five. So i was so captivated by his self documentation his audio verite that he was putting out there. This was out there so at the same time. Maybe you had a great article. There was a fanzine by mike. Macgonagall at the time called chemical imbalance ironically got the cover. So you had an in-depth multiple page article with art in photos and you're reading this thing and you're just like whoa at the same time. Unlike the minute men or half japanese or you name it you know who do they didn't. Dale didn't tour so that now thirsty. We want this myth like is it. All you know is the girl in all these hundreds of songs. Laurie does she even exist. The librarian did he make her up. You know yeah. He built this incredible myth. And then there was this one. You know voice of communication like Who's who's the minister of information for public enemy prefer professor professor. He was the minister. Of information will dangle had tartikoff that the little jewish guy in austin texas stratton records. Now it's pretty funny calling it stress annual. I'm sure caused a lot of stress magin so it was really this guy jewish guy like i became his pen pal. And he's sending out you know all these tapes and you get a little letter and you get a little driven a drab of information. You're just dying for more because it basically built a myth and we couldn't see him he couldn't come and couldn't tour because he was often the mental hospital and that just made it even crazier so then like the village voice and we had a great paper that time That was better than the voice. Actually the new york press where the new york free press which was originally called. They started covering daniel so all the sudden when he crashed a plane or when he threw an old lady out a window. It was like what is going on. It was all playing out sort of before is not in real time right now on the internet but we got the information pretty quickly and then thank god for wmu. The greatest free form independent college radio station in america now. They're not really a college radiation but they were at upsala. College in jersey transmitting through there but anyway regardless they were the huge booster so all the sudden tartikoff. You know he. He sort of got a hold of the new york underground scene which was shimmy disc records with the producer kramer chad fair and half japanese. Sonic and moe tucker of the velvet underground and by basically networking through. Just those four points of light. And you could arguably throwing the butthole surfers in texas with those five points of light. Daniel took over the world. It was as simple at least in the underground world. Wow and that was. I watched it all play out before my eyes it was fascinating that is that is incredible speed especially at that time to be able to transcend like that for somebody like daniel. Johnston is just incredible. Yeah i mean like you talking about like four points of light in the underground like oh it's the butthole surfers sonic youth. Wfan and ula tango like galaxy. It's like yeah of course that's like the equivalent of king-making in the in the mid eighty s. I guess having all those connections like as the guy from homestead records. Yeah i mean and that's again it kind of it's kind of odd this theme but so far we've been doing basically like how to build a myth theme in you know these clips because that's what this is all about is building myths and building up structures and creating a persona in a stage feeling of your art or your your cult or your your creation and animation. You know right yoed pepe and daniel off all connected also like we speak of wmu. I did interview tim. K smith who made the great wmu documentary sex in broadcasting. Which i also highly recommend didn't get to talk to jeff about that. But i imagine it seems like yeah like from you also just keeps coming up everywhere. It's like it's such a central point. A lot of what. Jeff talked about in. That interview was sort of like this pre internet. Or like you know very proto internet way that you would get your information and these sort of alternative channels right information whether it be an all weekly or like an art house cinema. That was showing jarmusch. So yeah definitely go back and listen that episode one sixty jeff. Even if you don't know these films. I think you'll get something out of it. Oh yes learn about the legendary stars cowboy. Which i remember. I didn't tell tell this. I kind of did a little wikipedia. I remember that guy. That guy lived in san jose for a while. You shows remember seeing the name. I was too young to go to this shows. i'm just like i just. It was just like the name of a weirdo who play shows in town. I'm just like. I just legitimate. Started cowboys some weird local. Apparently he had this whole backstory. Which you really have to listen to episode of getting the backstory that episode and again. It's like i just love. I love the idea of like what was the trigger that got you started. Why why why this of all the things. Why why would you pick this band. Half japanese or jt leroy or whatever like like you have so many depict from like. How do you know that really really interests me In jeff was great to talk to 'cause again he's made some of my favorite docs and this story was fascinating. It was really hard to pick one clip from from this interview because There's a there's a few that are just amazing. So that's yeah that's episode One sixty and Let's go to a break and then we'll see you guys on the other side. We have more clips. Hey wanna give a to all of our patriots supporters. You know who you are. We appreciate you. You help us not only financially but just emotionally make it feel like someone is listening to this show so thank you so much to alex. Christopher hillary eric mike james and that alina and janet thanks so much for supporting us on patriot on now back to the show. Hey folks sorry to interrupt the show with a plea but we'd love to ask for your support if you enjoy listening to subtract. Would you please take a second in support on patriotic. 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Yes and a few of those. I think i did a couple of doses. Solos just because of the timing. It worked better if i could. Yeah there was like a bunch of people. We didn't even get to a lot of first time directors. I've talked to his. Well there's a link in the show notes you can check out our entire catalogue of the director talks which is really like you really get a lot. More like a in-depth knowledge about yes if it film and it's interesting too because there's a mix what i kind of like is that you know. The directors have given the same interview. So they kind of have these answers that they go to and find the like. Get them out of that. Almost like head scape if you will Like trying to find questions that they probably haven't been asked yet you know and really get into stuff if you can like narda war one of these directors like like you know if you know is pretty. Well known canadian interviewer. He'll find like some research. Where like only like that person's like sister knows the story and then he'll bring it up in a convent like i brought you a prop. This is your high school band photo. like kill. Do something like that like. We're not at that level of hardware but if you can just like you. People are impressed. If you've seen even one of their other films you come and talk to them because they when they do these press junkets pro journalists have to like crank through so much stuff like right we. We actually do it. We do a lot of research for the show. We don't if people know that but we do a bit of hunting around what i think makes it kind of refreshing is that we're not film historians. We're not even filmmakers. Were just a couple of dock. Dorks that love watching documentaries and doing stand up. And it's i i like coming from that angle with people because like i. I don't know how this fucking works and it's like well. We talked to rodney ascher. That was so interesting you know. Yeah i mean like yeah. I mean i feel like i don't consider what we do journalism but i like i've done like arts journalism stuff before but yeah i didn't you know i'm not trained in this kind of stuff. It's just like from doing scenes. And basically like i think of. Podcast is like an extension of zine culture right much it's just like enthusiasms a speaking of enthusiasms. This was a fun episode. We got to do. I remember this being more. Recent than twenty sixteen but it was brennan haji who we had actually had on the show as one of our other earliest directors. He had made this. I'm chris farley documentary which is great and he got tapped do this freaks and geeks documentary an official freaks and geeks was it like the twenty year anniversary of freaks and geeks or something. What was the deal with year. It was just like it was like. I don't know there was a freaks and geeks everyone from had become so eighteen. Everyone from freaks geeks had become so successful that it warranted documentary. Linda cardellini room ago. Everyone like appetito Even the guy who played them. Li like zoom sam characters name. He was he was like a co author on on the spiderman movies when it was right bizarre a fairly really interesting i enjoyed freaks and geeks but i wouldn't say i was like super super knowledgeable about it but brent got to talk to everyone who's talked almost everyone who was involved in the making freaks and geeks shut appetite. Yeah and we are so this was a this was during as doc fest. Actually that we were able to do this. At the roxie love the roxy. In the mission and brent used to live in san francisco we were we pitch to moderate this or did he pitch a test. How do we work this out. Both he hit he hit us up and said. Hey i'd like you guys to be involved in this and we're like let's do it. Sf doc fest and he knows those guys and he was like i'll have you guys just hosted and there's also if i might say the night that the warriors won the championship. Oh yeah and it was in the mission of san francisco and the place was the absolutely going insane. Yeah yeah we were right across the street and like people were like like doing break dancing in the middle of the street. It was in san francisco. So yeah this is a fun little clip. What the context is the context explains itself here. There's just like a lot of random interviews. Just one random interview that we really focused on in brent hodge geeks documentary but yeah this is live from the roxy twenty eighteen with brin haji. What the fuck is up with the guy from sticks okay. This is a great story. Okay so dennis when we first did this doc a commission debt and they just wanted like a few of the a-listers to explain freaks and geeks and that was it and i was like no. We're doing the freaks and geeks. Doc like the. I got a hold of judd. I said this is the official doc. We're gonna make it happen. I'm getting all the cast creators. We're gonna get sarah sarah hagan. Millie we're going to get harris. Stephen lea sheppard. We're gonna get everyone. Not just a listers and i said i have to get the joan jett song covered by my friend. Hannah georgia's and i have to get that stick song. And so i got a hold the dynasty young and he said meet me backstage at my concert he still tours and he's a lunatic out soon and he goes mimi backstage in staten island. And come see me play live. And so he played at my girlfriend went on stage like it was the weirdest night and he said you can interview me for this or no. Sorry you can have my song as long as you interview me in the film and i was like okay. Fine sounds good so he gave us the songs for free. As long as he was in the film and then he ended up being like guru wizard from the desert. You're you're phenomenal. And so it turned out. But yeah like friends with dennis deyoung from sticks the weirdest life ever and that's hilarious. Because he is crazy in that god like like like it really comes across as you're like this dude is nuts. Yeah yeah it was just a deal this is. This is the price of the song. End up working out and yeah awesome. It's great that that brent was able to do because he was one of our first doc directors that we talked to as well because he did. I am chris farley. Who just passed away. Who passed away. Rather twenty-seven years ago needed the. I am chris farley documentary so we got to talk to him so it was pretty sweet to be able to do this live. Sf doc fast and if you see the freaks and geeks documentary you will. You'll under completely understand what we're talking about. Yeah yeah if you were also shoutout will are super producer for somehow wrangling live audio at the roxy. Like you can tell. The room tone is like bid boomer than our usual shows. But it's also so fun to do something with a live audience like we've done a couple of things with live audiences a like. I would love to moderate. More panels will actually recorded at the roxy many times and we used to do talkies in the little. Roxie room so yeah. He's very familiar with the setup but still like we can't dior live shows without having will so again shout out to will yes on online with us right now. Yeah those is really fun episode to do and that's episode. One who is ninety three does not even be from twenty eighteen. yes and so The last one. We're going to play for you guys. Is we talked to the academy award. Winning documentary filmmaker morgan in two thousand eighteen. This is episode one or two This was amazing and this started. Because i was drunk one night and decided to just Tweet him He tweeted that. Something about crossfire. Hurricane which is the the great rolling stones documentary that he made he he means mentioned it. I remember what it was. But i wrote to him. I i was like documentaries. Awesome and you're one of my favorites and he wrote like okay. Thanks and i was like fuck it. I'm just gonna see if you'll come on subject so i was like i have a podcast about documentaries and we'd love to talk to you. Would you come on. He wrote sure and then he hit me up. He sent me a dm. Like hey this. Is we really want to do this. This is how you get a hold of me. And i was like what And you drove down from san francisco just to do this interview like i think we like met up at a cafe across the street and we're just like okay we're gonna go into morgan's office it. Let's just like do this. We had no idea what the setup was going to be exactly another very acoustically not ideal for podcasting like he has a very nice marble office with high ceilings glass windows. It's like this is not the best acoustic room for doing interview. We're what are we going to do. We're not gonna we're gonna say not guy. He just one oscar for jane right literally that year or the up for and made some of our favorite documentaries like kids in the picture so yeah this was like a really and you wanted to say like how you felt like. There was a little bit of like ice to break in the beginning. We had him a little bit right. Yeah well he you know. I think i think one. He's not to podcast people just showing up in like we love you. We want to record an episode with you. Because i may we is lobby for a while. Guide like four glasses of water just sitting there and then i never met him. I didn't know what he's gonna be like and it was a little. He was a little standoffish. A little cautious trying to feel us out. We're trying to feel him out and he was given what i thought. Were kind of just pat responses like responses that he'd given before and he was being a little coy and i'm like dude. I just drove six hours to do this so in my head. I'm thinking i don't. This is not the interview i want. I wanna get into it. So i made a joke and i basically said. Have you ever made a documentary. You actually ever wanted to make. Because he's usually go. Don't even like dogs you know. Come on man. And then he i think he enjoyed this arc and after that we had a great talk man he really loosened up at one point george even said like oh you guys want you want something. I'll give you something you guys want some scuttle but i'll give you some. He's yeah he's kind of doing bits with us. Really doing get it. He doesn't get the opportunity to do it like when you want to talk about gene. Good all right. Not really the time to the cracking wise but like obviously this guy has done a bunch of stuff done a ton of research. Yeah this is a really fun interview and also for me. I love the kid stays in the picture. It was a defining documentary for me. I never. I didn't know who robert evans was. And i can't tell you the level of that. Dvd in my life. I bought it for people for christmas. I bought it for presence. I got the book. There was the cartoon that i was into my friend. And i were having a robert evans. like impression. offs. In there is even a time when i wanted to make. A documentary called Finding robert evans. I wanted to go to his house. Yeah and i wanted to meet him. And then we find out and i don't think it's in this clip. But he was like you know. Robert evans live down the street. I mean we go. And he's he's kinda old. And this is i think did he pass away. Twenty nine hundred and so like not long after we do this interview. He passed away. So reverend robert evans snap brett robert evans. Exactly that's the way i meant to say. And i rub evans. I knew from mister show. Bit baba kirk test right. Yeah he's like. God is basically robert evans like did. Did i make mistakes without him. Sure i did. You know sweet ass i did. Yeah so this is brett talking about how. There's no safety net and he's like. I just made an academy award winning. Dr jane and you hear my phone ringing your in the lobby. My phone's not ringing off the hook. I still have to figure out how to do this. I still have to make my way and independent filmmaker and that's what this life is about. And then he tells us about how he actually got to make. The kid stays in the picture and it's an awesome story. So here is episode. One zero two with brett morgen. Obviously you have that in the back of your mind that like your next project could be your last but somewhere along the lines you you you learned work ethic was that from your parents earlier knows just like total fear fell an and that really is what it is and and that's not that's not like us Psycho play the. Here's the reality is People people who were on the outside or trying to get into the industry or or starting off in the industry would probably like to think that there's a place that they can arrive at where they can hit the cruise control button I'm here to tell you that this is how it really works. Montage of hack In two thousand fifteen received seven. Primetime emmy nominations out of seven categories though it uses are only seven documentary categories. We got nominated in every category. I myself perceive four. Nominations prime time. I do not believe a single call came in from the moment. We got nominated to anywhere and i remember coming to work the next day of the nominations and i said to james smith by producing part. I said hey bro you hear that. And he goes i go. That's the sound of success. He goes what you hear. The phones the hook. I got he goes. Yeah i got. Yeah did you. This is how this industry works jane. Same thing seven emmy. Nominations is here and we won a couple. Emmy's yeah nothin. Do job offers. Nothing comes in the phone ringing. Nothing like there's no safety net. You have to make it yourself. You have to write your own script interesting. Don't wait for the phone to ring in dozen ring because there's on a lot document most of the people who are quote unquote documents producers are starting to expose y'all updraft. They're not coming up with ideas. They're young filmmakers are coming to them because they're known entities pitching them stuff and they did. It's not like there's these producers sers who have these ideas and are like let's find a director for them right. Directors have to come up with their own ideas bright. Dig dig do you. Where do you up then. Where does that come from now. I'm going to say something to contradict that. Because that's who i am and there are no absolutes. I've probably been hired not hired with like a budget in hand and everything probably been hired for every time i've done but i've but the film i've made is nothing bears. No someone's to what. I was hired to do interesting. For example i was brought in to robert evans universe not to do the kids as in the picture but by a woman named pam brady who wrote south park the movie okay and when south park. The movie became a huge hit giant courageous and said. You could do anything right now with your career. What he wanted to do and she said i wanna help. Resuscitate brought evans career. No she was a huge fan of the book. The kid says actor. She met with bob and she said i want to write a screenplay to bring you back because bob was in the jungles at this bright and he was like in whole seclusion outside retreat and he'd had a heart attack recently and so she came up with this idea to do a think. If i'm not mistaken a Comedy called black ice figure skating professional figure skating comedy for chris. Rock would be bob bob vehicle back and bob had invited her to move in with him. For three months to write the screenplay pam thought that that would make great movie and her attorney happened to bin. The guy who drove me to school. When i was growing up and he had seen on the ropes and so he said hey. I know this documentarian. That is how i ended up doing. The kids as the picture can evolve pam. Whilst bob's how then we raised then we raised one point. Five million dollars to shoot that film. Truce this is what. I'm about so a true story. It's actually bob. Bob is version of this story is in his sequel to the kids. Season the picture of the fat lady sang chapter ten or eleven actually made it as a character in his book. Here's what i'm about to tell you. It's probably not as he tells it but what happened was we. Were going to start shooting film. The monday after the academy awards so friday the friday before the today's for the kademi awards Then and i were doing press for on the ropes because remains in the main character had got a furlough to attend the oscar ceremony. Which was the breaking story of that weekend. No we had the the cover of the new york post when that met something we were going to be the whole story and twenty twenty that night on nightline oscar week. And we had the bonanza. And i get a call from my agent at endeavor and he said i just received a call from great and carter's office vanity fair and said what about it. He said well. He claims to have the exclusive nonfiction rates. And bob evans life and you need to cease desists. Oh and i was like well. That's weird were starting production on monday. Evening yeah go. Who is this guy. I don't know grading car gradient. Who and so i called. We were literally doing interviews at at the four seasons beverly hills when we got this call so i stepped aside and i called evans said hi. Bob i got this really crazy call from my agent saying i explained the thing he goes who. That's a problem. Sounds yeah it sounds like it's probably a and And went to his house and Yeah he basically said a couple of years. Earlier he had told grading harder he could do something you never thought anything would come from it. But he had called recently so that we had to. We had now later. I find out. There was no paper trail between bob. And great in. And and i had paper trail with bob but am bob bob and was more powerful person in this. The bob was not going to treat editor right event editor of any and then and then i went. I went back to my apartment in the valley when four o'clock that day. I was feeling very dejected. Even though i was going to the oscars three days later. I get a call. This no bullshit. I was packing up at my apartment less danica environment and ventura to go stay at the chateau mont. Tlc was going to put me up for the we oscar weekend when the phone rings i pick it up ago. Hello evidence here. Hubbub can be my house kid probably in like twenty five minutes. Why goes gritting cut. He wants to meet you. Oh shit gets yourself in. How click i fucking. I just been gutted by this guy earlier in the day. And then i raised over fucking cold. Water thinking i'm fucking. I'm now in the kids in the picture. Romantic with oscars weaken every. And i wanted to bob's house rate in. He told me what he was going to do. The kids as in the picture. I said well listen that we're doing bob today. Why don't we do both and do them under the same umbrella and we'll do the kids. He's in the picture. I smart because that sets up for the second one so we made a handshake deal there now. Flash forward months later. When i really know bob well. It's very clear to me that there is knowing how bob would've ever cinema verite documentary ever. I said to him. And we're sitting there and i got bob. You're never going to do that. Documentary with pam. And i were you and he goes never go well why in the world were you stringing us out and he goes liquids brought up. No get the vat walking evans. Anyone who says otherwise can fuck. Aw man is awesome. What rate or fucking story. That is awesome. Did like that is to me. I mean that's just that's so hollywood. I love it so much. That robert evans would do that. And that's just one of the many fascinating brett morgan tails. Well you really really gets into like doing the voices and everything. But that's episode one or two from twenty eighteen great great interview. Oh yeah highlights. When he talks about interviewing mick jagger in everybody for crossfire hurricane and does his jagir impression where he was just like jagger wouldn't give him anything and he was basically like fuck you man like You know like you're you're you hired me to do this basically and you know that's also a great story and i wish i don't know if we can even say at but he told us what his new project was. I mean did he tell us. Are we just figured it out based on all this stuff. That was his office. No he told us we asked him and he he said like. Hey this is i. I was given all this information. E even showed us the the final cut pro editing thing but it hasn't come out so hopefully hopefully when that dot comes out we can. We can talk to him about it. I don't want to tell people. Because i don't think we're supposed to do so. But no is a big one when it does drop. Yeah but that is such a great story and again. It's one of those things like he said like just in the entertainment business cannot rest. You cannot rest. What have you done for me lately. What have you made lately like. He said like he just made jane like it was a kademi award winning documentary and nobody was calling him. You know like we. Also we're also there when his his wife got some good news like one of her films had been greenland or something or got into sundance or so. Yeah yeah yeah and then and but that was such that. It was so great. I love that interview because like like we said You know the kid stays in. The picture was such a big documentary for me and to be able to Get to talk to him about the making of was amazing. Pokka what what would you say would be your white whale of a director. You'd like to talk to. It's gotta be errol morris. Well fuck love to talk to michael moore. I just get the feeling he'd be kind of a dick to us. So i don't want to Verner hertzog is probably my white whale. And then it would be errol morris. Yeah yeah that's a good desert two good ones. I definitely was thinking about those two. Yeah but michael moore would be awesome. Because like roger me was literally one of the first docks i ever saw and i was like. I love this art form. I don't know what the hell's going on. But i dig it. Well what we're doing is we're manifesting out to the university this directors clip episode verner errol. If you're listening just hit us up on our g mail. We david morgan spurlock. Maybe we yeah we could offer to like you know when we can travel again we could just do it over skype. Imagine imagine zooming with hertzog we have to we have to film Of course that wouldn't be insane. I guess you. Doc is supposed to be really good. I haven't seen it yet. But yeah i would love to talk to verner hurts. I know my god. I mean just. Our inbox is open. Anyone out there. And i don't know if you know this is something that we we used. We had talked about in the past. We even did it for a couple of people. But if you actually if you're watching docs and want to send us your own reich review of just recorded on your phone and send it to his email us up dot podcasts at gmail.com. We you know we'd love to have here. What other people are listening to what they think about dogs. Yeah i'd even be in. I'd be open to like if people actually just wanted to write reviews for the for the blog on our website that might be. That'd be something we'd be down to do as well. Yeah we want to engage with people engage with listeners. And know what you're watching what you think of. Docs which would you don't like about what's happening now. There's doc series or a thing. I just watched one of the worst stock. We're going to have to talk about this and a patriot episode. I'm just like i was like oh man so pissed off. I'm going to save the name. Okay any time. But this is the last episode of twenty. Thank you guys so much for listening. It's been quite the year we've had a diesel scrambling like everybody else But thank you so much guys for listening supporting us You know sue people who've emailed us with different ideas and different things in this up on twitter and instagram and facebook. so thanks everybody for listening. Yeah we hope to bring you more director talks and other just reviews and recaps and twenty twenty one good riddance to twenty twenty guys is biden this bullshit year. Yeah and let's you know i do. The avalanche of trump era administrative bullshit documentaries. That are going to be coming out soon. it's going to be just. Hopefully they'll be with one from from from manhattan to prison. Trump story would be awesome. I'm wondering when like the next format of like a are. Vr gonna have documented and vr at some point. Like like this is you inside of mar-a-lago or something like oh. 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Phone Scam Lost Hearing Aid

Mojo In The Morning

04:49 min | 4 months ago

Phone Scam Lost Hearing Aid

"Mojo in the morning phone scam classic phone scam. Friday. Let's go back in time to win spike scammed Sonny Alex and Lisa and the whole crew at a sporting goods store spike his going to play a little senior citizen on this scam he's going to be a customer with a hearing problem. This is probably one of the most requested Mojo in the morning phone scams of all time we will. We will scam you. Sorry Catchy Song. Your home phone scams Mojo in the morning. Hello Hello. Yes. Hi. WHO's this? Davis who's this Donnie we were in there in any ways I was bending over to look at some of the sporting goods there and my hearing aid popped out. And I couldn't find it. But the guy working there told me to call back today because maybe they could find it when they clean the store me say hold it. No I ask the gentleman charge and he said nothing. No I'm sorry I can't hear you. I was talking to someone we're going to go check the lost and found for me. Are they did there's nothing that showed up. Okay I'll hold. Hello you're back. Yes. I know nothing showed up rate how lady open come pick it up there is none don't come. There's no, there's no hearing aid here I'm sorry. Hello yes. You said you were going to go check now. We check there is none. All right. We have none I. Knew it was there. Well it's not here. I'm sorry I apologize I can only hear every other word. No No, no, no no. Okay. I got no no, no, no. No. Why didn't you just say that from the START I've been on the phone for five minutes. I did because you kind of left me hanging I'm sorry I asked him I said no and. I lost my hearing aid there in your store. We don't have anything here rate. How do you open come? Pick it up. Man We. there. Okay I'm sorry what time Ma'am we do not have your hearing aid are you don't have it? I do not have a hearing aid here in the store Oh Jeez why don't you say that you left me hanging for like ten minutes on the horn here. I've been trying to find it. You think maybe it's in a different department. Man Do you have the right store this. Sporting goods. Okay. Great. So you have it. You don't have it I. Don't have it. But will you check? Hello yes. Yes. We haven't found it yet. I was talking to someone else they were gonNA check lost and found for me. Yeah I just spoke to the owner and he doesn't know anything about it either okay I'll hold. Hello you're back. In a store worry what you find nothing. Where did you find it? We haven't found it. That's just it. Okay. We'll go looking hold. But look where man. Well we were with the fishing lures. Much. Pretty broad description, but hang on a minute. Okay. Thank you. Yes I didn't see it anyplace, but I'll say afternoon what do I wait for you to call or should I come down? Come on. Okay now I don't drive but I could send my cousin winky. If he now you said you should ask for WHO Daryl Alex Alex O'CONNELL. I thank you for being patient with me. Okay. I'm going to send winky down. We call him winky because he's one I bought about three sizes bigger than the other said always looks like he's winking okay. What I can do about finance. Thank you didn't find it. Oh Why didn't you say that from the START I've been waiting hey up here with a brush hook. Yeah. We. Scam. Entertainment purposes only. Putts, he just got scammed. We will we will scam you Mojo in the morning your home with the world famous phone scams.

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Follow the crowd or set your own path?

Generation Mental Health

18:41 min | 7 months ago

Follow the crowd or set your own path?

"Noah time it is. It's an ad big loop. So obviously, it's about anchor and if you ever heard it's free. Yes. It's Free F. R. E., e.. They have creation tools that allow you to court at your podcast right from your phone computer. Yeah. Let's do it. Anchor will distribute your podcasts so you can hear it on spotify apple in so many more platforms. and. You can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. Yeah. That's right. Me Doing this ad I don't have to have a minimum listenership. Yes. It's everything you need to make a podcast in one place. So go ahead and download that APP. I know you want to be a podcast with me maybe I'll put you on this podcast. And get started. AT ANCHOR DOT FM. Hey guys. Welcome back to the girl behind the screen podcasts. I'm Khloe today I wanNA talk about whether you should follow the crowd set your own path now before I get into this, I wanNA. Let you guys know I didn't police last week because I became sick. I'm sick right now but I really wanted to talk about this topic because I was looking at it yesterday and it just seemed really interesting to me and I want to. Dive into it. So let's get into it and I'm really sorry if I, sound really sickly right now. Our guys let's get into this. So what made me interested in this topic was at a certain topics to do podcasts because I was just really lost what to do just because I've been sick and I felt like. I didn't have any good ideas like have a ton of ideas listed but I felt like They weren't good like they weren't interesting enough. They weren't interested in me anymore at least so I was looking and I found. A. Excuse me I found. Don't follow the crowd but yourself so. I always interesting because a lot of people always say like Oh stop being weird because. Everybody's think you're weird series was to follow the crowd, but really WanNa be unique to yourself. So I found this website. As as most of the time, the crowd is wrong. Don't get me wrong. I'm not saying everything's everything pappy there's always Ron. I'm not saying that you should do should not do something followed by just because practice used by many people I'm not saying that if a product is used by many people. That it's popularity means it's not a good product. So basically. He saying like. It's not bad like a lot of people are like, Oh, you're Japan wagon you just WanNa do that. Because, everybody else is doing it. or it's not good because everybody else is doing it and you WanNa be unique well, not all the time you need be unique and. Not that people doing if you find interest in something but let's say everybody else finds it Sim doing that doesn't mean that it's stupid or that you're just following everybody else means that you're interested in that and that you shouldn't. Not pursue that just because everybody else interested if you get what I'm saying. Yeah you should be your salvation just do it just because everybody else is doing it if everybody else is doing it whatever. But if that actually is just interesting to you, not because everybody else is doing it, then he should do it if that makes sense. So. Spaces articles goes on to say like you always seem to be in control of your life you need to keep. The joystick of your life game in your hand. In. Bali Blah Blah. Blah Blah I always have struggled with that myself Like sometimes, I'll be interested in something. And? Everybody else doing it and I really WanNa do it but it's not because of doing it's actually interested in that. but I don't WanNa, pursue it because I'm scared that everybody else could think that I'm just copying people and I don't really care about this I. Just WanNa like do it because it's a popular trend like This isn't how I feel about photography, but I have my own photography business huskies beyond today I am photography business and. It's always been my passion of mine since I've been in high school. So it's been a long time a couple years actually more than a couple of years Let's see sophomore year. Junior senior year. But like five years almost six now that I've been doing photography and. I've gotten around to it and I find new stuff to do every day. It's. It's just a fun thing to me and I really love adding photos I. Love Art. The I was saying is. Saying. Everybody's like thinking that there was a phase I don't know if this still going I would had this phase where it was like. I guess I shouldn't say everybody but you know what I mean Where they're like, oh, I'm a photographer because really good iphone and like look I don't have to edit anything my phone just does it for me. And I feel like a lot of people they would want to pursue that in like I'm not saying bad day pitchers on your phone or anything. Let's Great. I take pictures on my phone all the time. I still consider it art. It's a memory that you have to look back at. It's great. But the fact is it's when people start. Like making like. A business out of their iphone. It's just weird anyways I. Don't really know what I was going to that village smooth. Oh, my goodness I'm sorry. I get. So I found this article says four amazing reasons why you should stop following the crowd. So number one it will hold hold you back from success people who have achieved massive success aren't like people and. And so does millionaires. They've become who they are today because they dared to be different otherwise everyone will be. So. The richest man in the world, he dared to challenge the norm by choosing different. He invested when nobody else would and pulled. pull out everyone's investing. And pull out when everyone's investing. Sorry he wouldn't be successful day. Had you gone going? Savvy, that's a really good. Thing to go with if you. Are doing something and let's say everybody is just like Oh my gosh, that's so stupid or. Like back my photography thing like. Or. Actually not you're not gonNA. Have Tiger talk we're GONNA go TIKTOK. Okay. A lot of people think take August stupid me personally I like Tiktok not to become famous not any that just because it's really fun to do I like to learn dances I liked to do that. And I like to see other people's creativity. But if I was the type of person that was like, Oh, I don't WanNa share my tiktok creations because I feel like I think I'm stupid or. I don't want to start this youtube channel I don't want to start this podcast because everybody's GonNa think it's stupid or whatever. Then you'll never have that chance to become famous like. A Madura. versus doing it to express how I feel and have like a platform to talk on. But like let's say that is your goal or you WanNa be successful and Youtube. You want to be successful in podcast you want to be successful in Tiktok. What is because Tiktok? Really people don't realize it. They make a lot of money into of your big creator you can make a lot of money. So let's say you that's your goal. And people are just making fun of you and you just want to give up and quit. It's not, GonNa get you anywhere. Like there's a lot of people on there now where they got bullied for it and all that. But look at where they are. Now they're successful, they're making. Hundreds of dollars just by one post, a fifteen second posts. So it's really I know just back to what it was saying don't let other people's opinions on what you're doing, what they say whatever if you enjoy it. And you just stick with it and do your hardest you will succeed. But if you don't and you pull back because everybody else telling you, you're stupid and you're not gonNA make it. You're not going to succeed. You'll never have that chance because you never gave yourself chance. Okay onto number two. It will. It will kill your creativity following the crowd will make you less subtle for what you think is good from. We'll make you settle for what you think is good enough as long as everybody else does it you should be over right you don't have to stress. Stress yourself out by thinking of ways you can improve because you've already accepted that the normal that you are normal because you're doing whatever the majority is doing. So, basically, just like the actually youtube thing all that or we can go back to we can go to. Like a nursing scenario I guess. Let's say I am doing. An exam for nursing or just an you're doing an exam for anything actually. And let's see you got these questions are on and they're like, okay let's look at the questions. Let's figure out what went wrong. Let's improve but let's say you look at them like you know I don't even care what I did wrong I don't care about improving I just got this grade and it's fine. It's going. To not make you successful. You're not gonNA go anywhere if you don't learn what you're doing this isn't really about creativity an exam obviously, but it kind of the same thing. If people are giving you criticism people saying you're making Youtube video and let's say you. Did something wrong and they're just like, hey. Maybe like do this instead that make video really great and you take it as like they're attacking you. It's The really just trying to help you and. anyways. It will limit your capabilities and the number four we all have greatness within us. That is so true. Okay drifting away from the articles I'll get back to the second I'm looking at how to be unique right now I mean it sounds really weird cliche but I wanNA talk about my own personal experience In High School I really struggled with China. Be Myself. I was really I came off as more of the shy person? I feel like and my personality I am shy. But I am also really outgoing I'm very. I'd like to voice my opinion and I'm not gonNA. Let you push me around him and high school I was so. Terrified what everybody is going to think of me and I was so scared treated voice my opinion because I didn't want people to think of as weird and wanted people think I was different. And With photography I started my photography and I really liked that because it let me express myself in a way without words. It. Let me express my dark feelings. Let Me Express. How I was feeling. Without saying it without people. Giving me hate thinking what the heck is wrong with her so. A lot of people don't even know this and they probably friends probably don't even notice either but. in high school I do art show. and. My pitcher that chose was. It was my friend sitting there and I had. A dark screen behind her case, it was all black behind her and. A TV was on her head so I added the TV onto her head. And whatever it called TV head but. Remember the name was think of TV ad but. I don't know anywhere but. A lot of times I said Oh like I really like it. But thinking back to now I've I made that pitcher and I made. That TV on her head because yes, it was a really cool idea on. Yes it was really awesome. But if you look at the colors and tones of that pitcher, it's very sad. I wanted to be kind of scary. That's how I wanted to be. Looking at it now it's It was. How will it was like what's going on inside my head like? I was sad. And I just didn't know how to express it. And I just felt suffocated by my own thoughts. So that was really what that pitchers about and you can go to my. Photography website you can go to my photography instagram all that. I'll blanket the description here but. is on there and. I never really told anybody this and I guess I've never really thought too hard but it really. I wasn't going through a great time with my mental health and do spurts right don't go through a good time with my mother halt everybody does. But I just really felt soft cave my thoughts every night at lay there in bed I was having. Nothing and I felt so suffocated and I think that was my way of. Expressing it and letting go and. It's okay to feel those feelings. Okay. To feel anxiety. It sucks but it's okay and if you don't. Think of it that way if you don't look at it as. It's okay for me to feel this way it's okay for me to feel sad, you're going to be able to get past that you're never going to let it go. because. You never really acknowledged it. So. Let's go on to ways to be unique. ooh, sorry. Wife Computers Making noises that me. Oh let's because I'm. What you call, it's my youtube videos uploaded already. Okay. So. I clicked on this. Sorry. This is like jumping around I went to like super happy now, but it's Finds how I deal stuff. I clicked on Wiki L.. Website I don't know if you've got on it but if you haven't gone at after this I'm sure you have the Wiki how how to be unique you guys let's figure this out be authentic. Okay. So the pitcher says personal goals and values number one value K TV to helping others, and then their handcuffs it off. So one identify personal goals and values. Well, that's pretty good actually. Okay number to pursue your hobbies and interests to make yourself more interesting. Okay. See that's where. They were doing so great and then winky how dislike. Took a turn for the worse there to make yourself more interesting. You're already interesting as a person. You don't need to make yourself interesting. So I think it's just kinda messed up that they even said that but yes, find your hobbies find yourself but don't do it to make yourself interesting to it because you like it. You don't have to be interesting stupid I, challenged your beliefs that you learn from others and find your truth. Okay I like that. So. It's like this guy talking. Like a pasture something. Okay, that's pretty cool. You know like five or you are just because you were like me I was raised Catholic and I am now fiscal Palin. I still believe God all that stuff but I did challenge it and I do I go to a different church, my mother. But I found it in my own way. So. Encourage you. To look into that and challenge it embrace your flaws because they make you who you are. Yes. Wiki how get it? Sorry kind of exciting. Silence your inner critic. Okay. So they're talking about like. What I was talking about before like, Oh, I don't WanNa like do this because people will think I'm stupid or I don't want to express my fiance because people think I'm too sensitive. That's kind of what their hockey mountain mean it's definitely harder. It's definitely easier said than done. But if you need extra help with that, you're not getting anywhere I definitely recommend talking to someone talking to a therapist anything like that interest talking to your mom. Will definitely help you. Okay random nothing three report card up. Sorry standing out. South comparing yourself to others do a makes you happy not where he things Okay Waco? Reject conformity and choose your own path. See I think that's good but it's also like Not. Good. Same time say that if you. If your path is doing some of the stuff that other people do. It doesn't mean that you're not unique and yourself because we're all unique in also our way. On other extras comes on. Goes on with like? Just. Like stupid stuff but. I don't know I think of ended up. I. Guess here now but thank you so much for listening. sorry that I didn't pose last week but thank you guys for sticking around and. He, hanging out with me and sticking around with this episode because I probably saw really sickly but. Yeah. 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Full Cast And Crew Episode 22: Escape To Witch Mountain

Full Cast And Crew

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Full Cast And Crew Episode 22: Escape To Witch Mountain

"Yeah. Do you consort with nerds Chris? Oh, yeah. I do you know as one gets older one is less time to consort with nerds. What percentage of your time is spent consorting the nerd community? I'd say a third of my time spent consorting is consorting with consorting with nerds a third of your time. Yeah. Okay. I think I mentioned before that there's a comic bookstore which opened up in my neighborhood. Yes. My daughter and I walked by constantly with the intention of going in and forging a relationship with our friendly neighborhood comic book dealer. Yes. And being able to say to him. Hey, I've got this very inquisitive seven and a half year old. You know, what what do you recommend like and just buying whatever? He suggests is a good entry grade comic book experience for her graphic novel experience. Right. But the problem is comically. This place is never freaking help in. I mean, even my seven year old daughter comments on how ridiculous the opening and closing hours are. Yeah, we walked by on the weekend on Sunday, we walk by two thirty in the afternoon when you would think would be prying. And the sign on the door says closed open Sunday three to seven. Closed Monday, Tuesday, all entirely and then Wednesday Thursday Friday, it's like eleven to five even still. Hours Saturday, Sunday hours or three to seven. Wow. Here's a great people hate on Amazon. He made fun of me for buying comic book on Amazon. But I tell you what Chris it was there when I needed it. Well, I mean, it was a couple of weeks. But anyway, I'm Jason I'm Chris and I'd like to welcome everybody to another exciting episode of full cast and crew. A charming fun family podcast that features delightful family fare, including films where people are shot in the face men, commit murder using their teeth people destroy others live supposedly in the name of love and scads of deaths are precipitated when a dad just wants to spend some quality time with his widow baby. So stick around kids 'cause we're going to have a lot of fun, and hopefully learn a little something along the way. Wow. That is a dark and black hearted take on. I think the Disney family friendly era that we are about to Jess today. But lovingly lovingly. Well, I'm glad you mentioned that Chris because I've decided now to always write a little descriptive paragraph about the film that we're going to discuss. So that for people who haven't seen the movie that we're going to talk about you'll have a little context but much like your intro, and I'm just going to presume that your take on which mountain is probably similar to mine. I would like to preface my movie description much, as I did I think when we did the working girl movie description where my description was comedic intent, but did not represent my actual feelings towards the move. Yes. And I want to be clear that as I embark upon this movie description it to does not accurately reflect my actual feelings about the movie, which you will hear subsequent to the reading. Yes, understandable. I think that's great. Okay. So that's a disclaimer I'm gonna use that as regular disclaimer. From now on we'll make sure the lawyers to look at it. That's legal gonna try to read this live in one take. Okay. Don't fuck me up with. Which is okay escape to which is like your nineteen seventies, childhood distilled into essence you and your sister, Tia share, telekinesis and the ability to control animals where nylon windbreakers and Thom mcan shoes. Sport bangs and carry star boxes imbued with mysterious powers cruelly orphaned for the second time in their young lives Tia, and Tony meet violent with an as ever scenery chewing, Donald Pleasants and actor who never met a line of dialogue. He could not imbue with an eye twitching inner maniacal nature barely concealed Donald Pleasants. As to be expected in any nineteen seventy five piece of filmed entertainment works in the employee of Raimo land in some kind of Baroni all palace haunted as it is by the sounds of not so distant baying hounds after a whimsical harmonica lead marionette show peeped upon by Milan. And Donald in the Neverland before there was never land children's room fitted with hidden cameras, the kids escape Milan's evil intentions. To corner the stock market on nutmeg futures run into yet. Another refugee from classic Eric Colombo by stowing away with Eddie Albert in a refreshing reminder that in nineteen seventy five anyway, a grown man could obtain two children and or travel with them along coastal areas in a winnebago without arousing the suspicion of witch hunting townsfolk in the end, tears recurring dream turns out not to pre-stage twenty years the floating wooden door seen Titanic but two by two years the end of close encounters of the third time while Dart's, my synopsis of the fantastic and bizarrely darkly brilliantly fucked up kids movie escape to which I wanted to ask why did you pick? This. What was the impetus? I had a nineteen seventies childhood. And it's always one of those movies that has been there in the popular culture of people, my age and occupies. A unique place as such because it's not just like another nineteen seventies kids movie. It's really weird. It's weird for any kids movie. It's weird for any movie. And it's doubly triply weird for a Disney kids day because it has so many cool still cool aspects to what's going on that were somehow allowed to be. And I don't know how that occurred, but I've always been haunted by the first image that you see when the movie starts, which is the cut out of the two kids holding hands running towards you and the screen it could be from David Cronenberg horror movie a- as spooky electric music playing behind it. It's just always grasped by magin. And I was so excited to watch again actually wash it twice this week. Because why watched it the first time kind of like just remembering it, not really examining it in the way that I would for this podcast. And then last night I wanted to watch it again just to try to figure out how and why it's so weird. Yeah. I'm glad for your response. Because it also was sort of in the back of my mind when you suggested it I. Had a little bit of anxiety because for people even younger than me in the pre streaming days. Sometimes you would turn on the TV and something would be there. And I think I caught part of the movie never saw it from beginning to end. And specifically the parts with her flashbacks of the shipwreck, and the fact that these kids didn't know where they were from to. Then learn spoiler for nineteen seventy whatever is mountain. They were something different between that and the flashbacks which actually were filmed really terrifyingly into change the perspective from a boat to spaceships all of that. Just frightened me so much a child, and I never went back and watched the whole movie. So even watching it now I had a little bit of anxiety before going into it and the dog's barking like that background to this day like Doberman. Just terrified. I think that the movie somehow captures this kind of age like nine ten eleven in almost an atmospheric kind of haunting way. But it also the lead performances of the two kids. I is in men and Kim richer and Kim Richards. They like embody a nineteen seventies sort of suburban white childhood just in their diction in their clothing in their hair. And if you're watching the movie for the first time spoiler alert, it's not revealed until the very end that the kids are aliens. Although they have powers which you would. Of course, assume must come from some other worldly source, but in the beginning of the movie, I watch it a second time. And I was like, okay. So it's just so plausibly presented that like she can talk to him in his mind, and he can play harmonica and telecom etiquette move objects that they can control animals all these things that are kind of scary. Yes, scary powers to have and the hokey effects. Now still the movie begins when they are orphaned for now. What we're this time in like their nine ten year life, and they're handling it. Really? Well, anyway, they come to as all Disney movies start, Chris the pine woods child welfare van comes to take you away. And and they they're put into an orphanage where MRs grizzly. The great Rita Shaw. Who Chris you will not remember from ghost and MRs Muir, which is a nineteen seventies nineteen eighties childhood home after school TV classic, which she appeared on she does their intake, and they have some scenes of bullying from a hilarious red sort of proto on duty hours going to say if he if on a do is probably too big to this part. Maybe I know in seventy five. Yeah. I guess heyday of couple years into partner tremblor, I bet this guy. What's his name Dermott downs downs? He definitely had like he's the guy bar now being like, I was it was in me and one other guy for Partridge family. And that other guy got it during downs like all nineteen seventy-five child actors has had a long subsequent career as a cinematographer. Well, now director I believe and now director so. So he don't feel bad for Dermott downs. Only only that he was like that one part. I was so close it was between me that one other guy the scene where the kids are playing baseball. And Tony this is the first time where what I forgot this moment in the movie and and truck Dermot downs. Who's like the bully kid hits? What should be a home run over some trees and Tony in the outfield goes back and runs behind a Bush, and then all of a sudden appears fifteen twenty feet leaping above the ground and makes the spectacular catch. And even that affect is. I was afraid in child place. You know what? I mean. It looked so weird. Yeah. I think all the powers that they chose to have like telekinesis. The ability to lever Tate dealing rounds. They're all stuff that you can do practically. And so that makes it through a little bit freaky. And also, I think is a child of this age as the parent of a child who's basically this age the. The concept of having control of having the ability to do what you want to do is so appealing. I think that's probably why this movie worked its way into kids brains in the manner that it did what's fascinating is that it was allowed to exist in that way. And maybe the people at Disney were just such geniuses. I mean, of course, I guess they sit around in conference rooms and wring their hands and talk about the granular knowledge. They have about how to engineer entertainment products to imprint on young brains. But this movie is so delightfully weird that it's crazy that it was allowed to sort of spring into that place. There's a whole list of Disney movies that were much more time when Disney wanted to be sort of frightening and a little bit more adult which I think started with this. But also included things like the black hole dron black hole and the watcher in the woods, which sounds great. Sounds. Creepy same by the same director. But it was just such what you said about the powers is. Absolutely, right. But it does this weird thing of making it a burden from the get-go kids for the kids that they feel isolated more than anything else. And they can't they feel that they can't show with this is a theme that would become later bigger and things like the X men, but to me that felt very fresh in different. When watching this like, it seemed like a bigger a bigger part of it. Here's a clip of Tony and Tia at the orphanage prior to being adopted, and they're discussing some of their powers, and in some of the haunting premonitions which is another part of the kind of spooky child yelled like stuff that goes on. This could be a Kubrick horror film, just as easily as Disney kid-friendly movie. Visit. Doni creek. Stay alley. Funny tear. But every once in a while you get that look on your face like remembering something. I kind of two, but then I kin when I can figure out where this place is. We'll go there. Tony what we drawing is a place. Those dogs are. Barking now, the I know I was listening to them before you, but it in and begin to visualize this colony you can only visualize places we know something about or places we're going to be at. I must have been drawing someplace going to. Scene. Tony cleaner soon. That's true. Like part of it is that weird music with the flashbacks south to the music is so good. And that's such a great scene because it really does capture like this this movie's perspective on childhood doing general shout out to Johnny Mandel. Who did he did the music for mash, and so many television shows and movies? Excellent. Use of Tiffany, boom. Like, the weird electron IKA stuff, which rather than seeming dated sort of contributes to this creepy atmospheric thing, but the bond between these two kids as actors in this movie saves it from tipping over into one or the other like I feel that they're together in this movie in a way that keeps it from pitching either into camp or like actual fear. Like, there's something great about the way they are together. And they're. Chemistry together keeps us kind of in a right place, and they're kind of stylized dialogue and the way that they're talking, which of course, by the end of the movie realizes like they're from another planet, and that's part of I think what the way that they talk to each other. You know, Tony, you know, what I mean like, it's a little stilted. But I think it works towards that point. The dogs. I I'm going to be haunted by that. Now that is still so effecting, I wonder I've never been much of a dog person. I wonder wonder if I can evolve to this evil just because that's sound from or away OBE arguing and it's so for real. Until you analyst. Yeah. I guess just a nightmarish. Yeah. Kid haunting thing to think about. Yeah. And again, these kids they don't know where they're who. They are where they're going where they're coming from. I just find that unmourned feeling is. So it's true. It's so great. It's genuinely spooky surreal I wanna say also in the titles, man. This is the second Disney movie from this air that we've done, and, you know, newsflash Disney does a great job making movie. But the titles for this for so cool. The poster is fantastic I posted on the Instagram account. It's one of the great movie posters. The colors are great. The design is fantastic. I heard Leonard Maltin z- take on this movie on TCI has a bunch of clips from which mountain has an intro by Leonard Maltin, and he actually said something that kind of applies to the first version of the parent trap also watch which I think is sixty eight. Yeah. And this is seventy five he says that an ethic Walt Disney died in nineteen sixty five and he said that there was an era after Walt Disney's death. When many of the key people in place in the company really felt the importance of carrying on what his message was all about in terms of entertainment. And I think you can see that in both of those movies, which I think we we both enjoyed the nineteen sixty eight parent trap much more than the Lindsay parent trap. And this too has a lot of the same qualities of of that classic parent trap in terms of the craft of the way, it's made. And a lot of it. Honestly, I scribe to the fact that in nineteen seventy five nineteen sixty five you're still in an era where all of the answer Larry roles in the film are populated by people who come out of the golden era of Hollywood in the studio city systems every little part in the movie that you look up on MD has a thirty year career going back to the late thirties or the forties in Hollywood. And they're just pros like for an example, MRs grin, MRs grizzly the affirmation and Rita Shaw who does the intake in that orphanage seen. She's just such a she's a pro like in a small scene with just a few lines. She inhabits it. Yep. She delivers she has great facial reaction shots. She's working well with kids and final role, and this was her final role. Now, granted she hands the kids over with. Nary a glance at some species paperwork Donald pleasant which God I mean, she's look she did fail the children there. Well, it was a different time. It was a more trusting time who would forged document. And I'm sure forged documents. If children bolt what's both first name saying. That's gonna be not days bolt Alastair bolt. Raymo- land part Aristotle bowl, of course, their style. As one is named as you can tell from not only his house from the way, he lives. He can afford the best forgers in the business. Indio? You know, MRs Grundel. Mrs grisly grisly can be excused for for being being hooked in. And also, you know, those kids were causing trouble, the orphanage, she could have been just savvy at rid of them just going to play this scene here, which is so good of when MRs grizzly. Just hands the kids over to to evil guy who has a piece of paper. I think there's no question considering these documents around Golez produced, but he has custody of you. The judge son does papers just today. Mr. Joranian Oncle Lucas, Tony better get used to it. Lucas. Did you tell MRs Greenlee about the first time we ever saw you? Oh, yes. Yes. He did the day. The tow truck ran into your uncle, scar lucky die for all of us. You see Tia you bear such a remarkable resemblance to Mr. Doreen sister that he's convinced you both of her children must sister your mother died success. Now, if you have any downs, I'd be happy to show you these documents the prove here's your uncle Lucas. I really actually Linke rely his nary smart Enos headed deal with dogs dimension dogs. I mean, what's amazing is if you have any doubts, I'll show you this paperwork, but doubts. I'd rather not I really would rather not quite attached to these contracts and also every detail that they give actually makes this something that I do love about especially older. But I'm sure like. Suspense things when when somebody is obviously suspicious, and they do things that are suspicious, but nobody notices like the very fact like, oh, yes. I just I the judge just signed the papers today. He just after finding an envelope with one hundred thousand dollars cash, and then like or showing up at the house with the creepy. The creepy exterior and the interior my car place, but everybody's welcome home. Children man the locations again are great. I mean, a lot of similar locations to the parent trap. Actually, I think that same northern California Pebble Beach area is used here. Some of that beach Beechy sort of the place where the mansion is where the kids live definitely seems drawn from that. I will say that the orphanage the kids come from not a model of diversity in nineteen seventy five for orphaned kids. Yes. Well, I guess it was a different time. Volk cast and crew is brought to you by out of Jack's mind. A new comedy short video series from jackpot Nick co writer and director of the Sony. Pictures feature film space station, seventy six and current recurring guest on grace and Franky and see nation out of Jack's mind like in follow at chocolate comedy on Facebook or chocolate dot com. Chocolate original comedy delivered daily. Donald Pleasants who works for Raimo lands character. What is why is ramo ANSA famous? What is the role that? I'm thinking of that Milan. One in kademi award for the lost weekend. I guess that's it. I kept thinking that. There was something else. But that's Chris part of your job. Here is that you have a podcast called full cast and crew which involves you looking up peoples cast and crew page in having some awareness of it prior to sitting down from the microphone. I did look it up, and I was hoping to get your take like, what do you think of as the career defining roemeling? Probably that's probably it. Well, actually, I think the one he's probably most famous for is dial m for murder Hitchcock movie. Yeah. That's probably the more popular film lost weekend is an iconic film right for which he won best actor, obviously directed by Billy wilder and Milan has such a kooky. Interesting backstory. Talk about. Like, the vagaries of luck and fame so Raimo land who was born in Wales had this career in England. And then started in the studio system in California. And after having some success like in the thirties in the forties. He had like a pretty protracted period where he was not working at all in the industry had moved back home at one point had a bunch of different jobs. Worked a lot of menial jobs. He returned to California. He worked for a bookie. He was trying to find regular employment. And he was offered the job as the assistant manager of shell gas station on Sunset Boulevard, and literally as he was returning from his interview to be the assistant manager of a gas station on Sunset Boulevard, he passed by the gates of paramount and casting director approached him and said, we have this actor who's going to be in this other picture who was injured and we need an replacement like now any offer. Raymo- land a two week contract at ten times the salary. The assistant manager job would have paid him. He took the job and parlayed that into a longer gig. And then eventually at one point was the highest paid actor in the paramount studio system now Raimo land, I have to tie everything back to Colombo. If you if you know me know that that's true. Both Raimo land. Donald Pleasants had great fantastic. Turns in nineteen seventies. Columbo episodes, Raymond has two. Great episodes one is called death. Lends a hand and the other is called the greenhouse jungle and courage people to look for them. I believe they're both available on YouTube for free the Colombo YouTube channel, the official Colombo YouTube channel does include handful of full episodes. Here's a clip of Raimo land. In the movie with his what would you call it? An astrological council of some sort. I'm not sure what the actually their business advisers. Yes, sure, they all happen to be spiritualists. And I think he refers to one is a guru or that's actually how they actors credited. But really he does complain. He's like us spiritualists haven't made me more money. What am I paying you for? It's fantastic. It's like. I'm not sure what they're supposed to be figuring out ways for him to game. The stock market. Fry it will near the middle of the trust that bottomline missed Meikeljohn. The bottom line missed the boat shows considerable indications of some advance toward your goals. And what about the house guru, do you? Concur alley the profound vibrations, Mr. both them. Indeed by brations, my moon in areas mysterious words, and phrases. That have not added one rated Senate to my fortune with gentlemen, is like fish, it has to be niche shoot and God will vest in the stock market. I couldn't feel like, you know. Hey, roemeling, dude. It's not these guys fault that your reliance on Swami as in. Garnered you a ROI of over seventy percent. Tune out on the wrong people man astrology is not considered a blue chip stock. Like, that's the driving force for the will end character. He's seeking alpha as they say, yeah. Okay. He's seeking edge. He wants to know what can he do who? Can he talk that's going to give him an ability to peer into the future and again trade? Soybeans and other commodities presumably. Really int-. It looks kind of funny now, but it plays. So well that businessman and crazy occultist putting them together. And it's because of some good scenery chewing on. Spart? There's a certain style of scenery chewing that I guess exists primarily to me in like nineteen seventies television. You're less show. Once we get to the eighties. I bet somebody somewhere has written some sort of scholarly tracked about the demise of history onic seen chewing in televised entertainment as the influence of a more naturalistic film acting like, you know, the easy riders raging bulls movement got us away from this kind of very theatrical vaudevillian acting style, and especially Disney, I think had more of tether to that. We watched parent trap nineteen sixty one to me one of the things that I watched that. There was something. So the actual almost like it was a stage show on there. Some of the slapstick the careers of these people that had stretched so far back the opening credits. And I think this it's a very different kind of opening, but I think it's still a similar kind of creating a mood in theatrical way that as things become more naturalistic and that becomes. More prized those things fall away. It's part of what I love about watching stuff from this era. Is you get the sense that when they assembled onset to film this movie. There wasn't a lot of fussing around with you know, motivation and all this other kind of actor Lee stuff like you get the sense at all of these people even these three gentlemen, Kastanies unfortunate roles as Swami's there's the astrologer the guru and the one guy with the go-to who doesn't get a line. So the guy with the go t is presumably some kind of like mathematician, I guess or professor Oriel type. I don't know. I get the Swamy which by the way in Disney nineteen seventy-five casting. That means an Italian American actor with the white bed sheet wrapped around his head. He's the Swamy. I the the first guy Mr. good, John? I don't know what he's supposed to be. Well, he's credited Mr. Meikeljohn hyphen astrologer. So we have a strategy and Swami them. What is that sort of naturalistic orientalist icon of? And then we have the Amish Erdogan character in the middle doesn't say anything. But anyway, what I love about this kind of acting style is I think that the professionalism of everyone even though the style is pitched a little high. It's pitched a little performance give e- might wanna call it campy or overacted. But in a way, it's like you could just trust. They're all gonna show up, and they're all going to deliver this stuff without a lot of fuss and bother and to me that gives it a charm that I love that in the flat. Look of the way this is filmed in that kind of I don't know what this is shot on back in the day. It's probably not thirty five millimeter. But it just has kind of a to dimensionality to the to the scenery, and it it's really put together. More like what I would call a TV episode. It has those sorts of musical and film accuse about cliffhanger endings of scenes and music stings that pan into set of wide is and then we're gonna cut to like a car going down a road by Malibu seacoast just to backtrack. I think the third man was a psych. Kick. I think just because I see somebody credited as a psychic. And really, so not the Swami there's astrologer and psychic credited. Okay. And the psychic in his in his IMDB photo, which is from Batman the TV series. Looks like it might be the same guy and the psychic is the guy with the beard. I think so so Raimo land legend. Yes, definitely watch the lost weekend, which is still haunting and brilliant portrait of alcoholism, which he was scared to do not convinced that it was going to be good. And of course, in the ways of Hollywood ended up winning and Academy Award. After being plucked off the streets of shell gas station. Which is why Hollywood is the thing. Happy to be wrong. We work at work. But now the kids fall into the clutches of Raymond, of course, is through Donald Pleasants who I mean, he's excited this I know because of his horror bona fides. Yeah, you're going to be all over Donald Pleasants specifically and Loomis dot just Dr bud specific watching this like Donald pleasant to see him everywhere. And it was like, but there's still some like with Raymond. There's like what am I forgetting one? I remember, of course, he is the definitive Ernst blow feld on movies. He was also in this movie. Wake in fright. Wakened fright wake in fright. I heard of it only in reading his IMDB page. Is it a crackdown bizarro horror movie from the sixties from the seventies? And it's in Australia, which is one of the things that makes it even is it. It must be bloody. And. Sick. It's yeah. It's not it's not quite as violent as that makes a town. But it's you a really getting into some dark territory with the people in it, including Donald Pleasants playing this doctor who sort of ended up in this part of the outback and just sort of stayed and you have never seen a like a Nile Listrik dead end. But kind of like, hey, let's all go out with the Bank like he plays in that. And I loved it so much so I could sort of figure that out. I couldn't not see that behind the eyes of uncle gives. It says it in order to catch a flight to Sydney he takes a train to the nearby mining town called Bunda neon or the yoga and planes to stay there only overnight before moving on further to the airport, but things go grossly out of script as he's in Gulf by the yoga and it's disconcerting residents. He starts. He starts gambling loses. All his money gets. He has one drink turns to another into another. And then like days later is waking up like infra outback. It was a senior fighting a kangaroo. Yeah. Well, so that's life out. That's available. I might watch that it's you'd love it. Well, Donald Pleasants. I mean, not the subtlest of actors. That's not I don't think we're painting him unfairly to say that. He's, but he is he he isn't. He isn't because. Yes, he can he is so over the top even in his stillness. Yeah. But no one played a internally diabolical bad guy as good as Donald Pleasants, which is probably why he played so many great, Nazis and also Dr Lummus, not just an diabolical bad guy. But a diabolical good guy. Yes. I was reading the description that saying something like he perfectly captured the doctor who was one degree less psychotic than he is. Yes, only one degree only one to like could've easily gone. The other way also tying it back to an earlier episode of. Full cast and crew he was originally chosen to play Blair in the thing, but he had a schedule conflict. And that's why Wilford Brindley plays Blair. That's an amazing bit of on casting. I want to play you just this tiny slice of Colombo and some over the top insanity. This is from a fantastic episode called any port any old port in a storm in which Donald Pleasants plays the driven owner of a winery. Silly land. Marina brothers have made me an offer. And I'm accepting Marinho. Bravo. Marino. Six to nine cents a gallon. Marino brothers. Don't make y. Even make good math wash. But they make money. I mean, you snobs can drink your wine. But I want the cash to squander on fast. Cars infest women talk about spending. You don't know this? But I've kept the complete Reckitt of all company money that you spend on wines that fancy inexpensive that you'll never drink them. At least not ever fun with money unless embassy. Do you think I'm going to say by let some muscle bound? Throw me out of what is rightfully my just imagine having the balls to be in a film set in front of a lot of people and do that. Yeah. It's it's quite a skill. Yes. A lot of possession. And my God to think the like, the brilliant the jewels that were cast on a network audience. Like that was good shit off, man. This is why I'm a Colombo obsessive. I mean to be Donald Pleasants and do Donald Pleasants like things on a film set seems pretty fucking easy. Like guy gets up in the morning drive to the studio reads, ten twelve pages of Colombo dialogue with some history. Onyx and some twitches and some sweat beads. That's a wrap where people call talent is that driving. He's that's natural sweat. Those are coming from a. Yeah place, and that he would not fit in any other profession love, Donald Pleasants. He's Winky the cat. I had a question about was Winky with them when they arrived or pick Winky up at the orphanage. I think he was picked up at the, okay, I'm not one hundred percents the exact question because she can we take Winky. Didn't you bring ember like when did you become? Pat out. I love the scene where the only way they can make the cat wink to play the film forward and backward like four times, but Winky plays many important role Winky saves the day in about three different conflicts. That the kids are having. Yes, he jumps doesn't. He not the gun out of somebody's hand prior to it floating in the air and getting into your face. In that senior referring to where the kids are being held at gunpoint. I believe is that what is that? What pre-siege is that scene with a gun floats? Like, I think he's drawing the gun. And I guess it is Winky that jumps up and knocks the gun out of his hand. Or I was so ready in the moment. There's so what happens is that the gun like floating objects was obviously thing that the special effects industry had just recently arrived upon and in many places in this movie. There are varying degrees of successful floating. There are some very successful ones. Like the scene where Tony is drawing using a Cranwell his mind, you can't see any strings or ropes or anything. Then there's some other horrible ones where the ropes are completely visible in the shot. And then there's like the floating gun scene where the gun is pointed at a bad guy. And I was sitting in my couch. I was completely ready to have the movie tip over into the trigger. Is pulled head gets blown off. Like, I would've went there. These kids were willing to use a gun to threaten Donald Pleasants and the guy who played spock's nemesis in a very famous Star Trek episode. Yeah. That guy was great Mr. underhand, or whatever his name Guberman Obermann. Yeah. Which is lifespan her superman sparks, brother. He is. He's in two different Star Trek episodes, and the one that I was thinking of is the famous one where they were Spock gets horny as Vulcan's on the heat. And so he's called back to bulk into Mary to pray but to his fallen in love with this guy this guy. Yeah. And so then there's like the very famous fight scene between he sparking Kirk after fight. And there's that famous. I mean, the hall in which Raimo land is seated for dinner is essentially like a Hitlerian both castle kind complete with red banners behind his head. There's a certain thing going on. Absolutely the kids show up for boating bar. Great place. Welcome. Although the playroom their bedroom. It seemed so exaggerated in so out there to be almost as freaky as the flashbacks. Well, I'm glad you mentioned that Chris because I happen to have a clip right here. That long drive I'm show you youngsters like to see you a new quotas. Come with me. Time stole the Kennedy sale. The gymnasium forgotten. Winky's private quarters. Of course, you still have your school with you. To derive the first of the week, a miserable lives, the others of the kids neighbors. I mean run on. Got to the window gone. Look as far as you can see. Mr. boat owns everything in sight. You know, just a time. When to middle aged white guys could have a hidden camera filled never land upon which to spy upon to children. I mean, the bigness and the dryness of that. And the fact that they are so obviously suspicious. Are amazing to the two of them at the door. Looking looking at each other in nefarious intent as children visit a wonderland of they have their own ice cream. Parlor. Yeah. And then of course, that'll be the killjoy. Yeah. Of course, you still have school it I love when Donald pleasant is acting with Winky when they the lesson Winky as own like platform, he has to hold the cat and let the cat jump out of his that was fun to work with. He was either allergic or this was take seventy two. Yeah. Because the cats is not so much jump as get thrown getting thrown. There's a scene later on when I think the cat is supposedly jumping onto Tony who's on a bicycle or a motorcycle or something it's so obviously, like a bean bag filled cat apparatus that sorta just gets thrown at Tony. And then he kind of grabs it under his arm. Another hilarious thing. My wife pointed this out because she was walking through as she frequently doesn't goes what are you watching? But like many people of our generation when I told her escape to which mountain she got a like, a transformative look over her face, and she sort of plugged in instantaneously to this nineteen seventies. Childhood experience of this young v. The hilarious driving. Scenes between where Donald Pleasants is is the passenger in the car with the with the spot. Relative are those we're gonna jostle the camera a little bit and having moving background projected behind the vehicle. They're so good. And they just anytime they need needed driving scene. They cut to the same shot of the two guys going. It's it's brilliant. Yeah. Do you know he tiger? Joe the security guard who has two scenes resort to cats. He's allergic to cats, which is a huge. I also love how he is preventing the children from escaping by holding some form of a lever, which I guess requires human strength in order to not open a gate of some kind. I would have been perfectly content with the gates too heavy for the owls. They're holding it and guess him saves the day Winky anyway tiger Joe he was a wrestler. This is another thing that I love about this era. I think this is the third or fourth movie where a key role is played by like, a former nineteen thirties professional wrestler who found work in Hollywood for thirty years. This guard is played by this guy tiger Joe who was actually the model for the original mister clean. Wow. No kidding him. Yeah. I'm looking at his IMDB paid ages. Like, you just sit and wait people people need big guys all the time. Absolutely. Full cast and crew is brought to you by behemoth from monkey brain comics. Behemoth is the dirty dozen meets the fly with little Spiderman thrown in kids are turning into monsters and the government steps into keep things quiet. Some are never heard from again, but others are forced on suicide missions on behalf of a world that hates them as part of project behemoth, find it on monkey brain, comics dot com or comic Sala today. Eddie Albert who plays the kids cantankerous savior. Yeah. I'm not gonna play any clips. But he also is a classic Colombo protagonist. So you can look him up in any of the episodes where he plays the killer. But not just Colombo. He's been classic. You know lot of TV series tons of things. But also he has a particularly great name, which I think you'll learn a little bit about in this clip. Maybe that's why I never married, but Mr.. You weren't there. A long long time ago and shoes so pretty and you little house. Yeah. I can see it. It was white with yellow shirt. Here's Tony knows about people Hicken see places they've been or well, you wife done and few months after American new assu said you took a news. They never give your love to another woman or to anyone knew never had. I saw I'm Jay. Jason. If you know so dang much about me might as well use it. Jason you understand. Named jason. We didn't mean to make you sad. Jason who's damn space kids getting all in Jason's mind. Figuring them out. So you didn't mean to make you sad is really didn't think mentioned my wife. Eddie Albert is. So good noted beatnik in Roman. Dow sure man raise a swinging beat Nick. He's great. Yeah. The locations are great in this movie. I love the road picture element that comes into it. I mean when the winnebago takes flight, these are hokey, by today's standards. But by the time, it gets to those things I was sort of so bought into it that the hokey effects. Yes. And it's also it's just such a strange image have the helicopter upside down after this is based on a book. I wonder how much of the otter details are from that. Or from John how the the director actually, there's some funny differences, for example in the book, the children are befriended by father o'day athletic, young Catholic priest rather than. Rusty widower Jason day. The children's ship is shot down rather than crashed. And the children are olive skinned though, with light colored hair. And in the book drain is the main antagonists these working for a shadowy European cabal who are trying to capture the children for their special powers instead of working for Aristotle bolt in the movie is set on the east coast, not the west coast. Oh, I wonder why the detail of an athletic, young, Catholic priest. But yeah, the fact that it was a priest as opposed to cross steeled widowers or under. I just want to be left alone man, and he just won't be left alone. He won't be left that jerk at the jury of the gas station wanna stick his nose and everything then when he tries to fill up the tank, he's got a guy Pierre in inexact mondro beeswax bub that was another one of those guys, and I looked at his page. He's pretty years of being that guy, you lines and a mustache and he's fantastic. Now, speaking of youthful promise, taking a ninety degree turn into American kabuki theatre, the real housewives of all fucking things for adorable Kim Richards to turn into I don't know what happened. I mean, there's a there's a sick underbelly of the Disney sixties and seventies. I had no idea that Kim Richards is a thing on housewives. Well, only thing she's like a big thing. But she's also a former thing she hired because of her her drinking, but leisurely read anything about her husband the guy that got shot the gun street corner while on the phone with with. Yeah. Like that to me. Excuse her being a little bit off on a sad. I hope for Kim Richard sake that she has gotten herself together because it's so gross to allow your lowest moments to be turned into Bravo television fodder here Chris little bit of Kim Richards on Dr Phil you need help you need treatment. I will make it a gift from me to you. I actually told the kids that I needed to go recharge myself, would you be willing to do zip program not more than thirty days? I just haven't been able to find a place that fits my needs interested in one thing and that your long term health and wellbeing. I'm not interested in your diva the needs it's not in this area. And it's not close to home than we will come. Visit. You know, then I'm not going to go. I went away to an out of state thing before that's not. I'm not doing that. To tell me you'll trust the process and and not make a bunch of. You gotta meet this demand in that demand meeting demands. She said, well, I'm not going out state wouldn't know where to go to meetings, and it's gotta be thirty days because then I have to go to this. And then I've got to go to trust. Highness wedding who have been trust? Who? What you trust me right now? On the one hand you want to make fun of it. Because it's it's a terribly low moment for someone who's struggling with an addiction and has family members who are trying to get her to get help. But on the other hand, everyone is agreed to be on a fucking TV show. And reveal that lowest moment would is really sad is like it robs these people have a personal life. There's no actual reflects because it's it's out there this soom the look on her daughter's faces not buying her bullshit. And this interview, I think what happens is when you grow up like Kim Richards grew up in here. Short of a noted thing at such a young age. And then you have some cachet in Hollywood. I went down a rabbit all I'm not proud to say of Kim Richards, housewives clips, it's the worst of us. Now. It's middle-aged women defiantly applying plastic surgery prescription medication and alcohol too outrageous behavior. One like you said about the Dr. Underbelly of Disney that I hold Disney respond. But now, it's not Disney almost as much as because they use so many children. Yeah, there's something that can't be healthy about it. Set your herbal risk. And I should say that Kim Richards by all accounts that I could find post twenty fifteen may have gotten her act together. Yeah. And live a more sober and productive life. I hope I hope that I think she does. But it was such a bummer to be stumbling upon this current reality for somebody who in the movie is so beguiling in the best way and innocent. Well, we haven't talked too much about Kim. And how they then went on to do other things. Duo another sort of hoping Crosby. I did want to mention because I did watch devil dog subsequent starring vehicle for both Tony and Tia, and Tony and Tia though, but they are brother and sister. So it starts at these satanists come to a dog reader by dog they perform a satanic ritual, and it becomes like Satan itself. Read it so all of its puppies have a little bit of Satan in them, and then just like destroy these dogs. So somebody was like we should do Rosemary's baby. But with dogs, exactly. And so once they have the dog what it does is. It turns the mom and the two kids played by and and Kim into evil people who the dog turns them into evil. Influence exactly it's only Richard Krenek resistant somehow, and it was interesting to see them play sort of the flip side of these two nights kids. They seemed just as alien because their souls were stolen, but they they get the bangles psychopaths gift to drive a stake through the heart of a puppy. No spoiler for nineteen whatever. Rich to go to Ecuador. Of course, looks like a rock and somebody's like, well, you know, you can also instead of this rock, I can take you two days drive. This other guy who then draw something his hand. So then he goes and leads the dogs. Harv it just draw. Well in Ecuador is humid climate. I mean by the time you get back to the airport is probably gonna washed off it's wet now. I'm sure that's in the as a as a gaffe. Wow. But yeah. And he goes, and he just sort of holds this up grabs the dog, and then he might stab it or something. But he definitely kills it. But it's Janie of the dog. They're still out there. She the last thing, you know, they're all we're so glad that we're free of this satanic things like about that is it's kind of like a local news segment. That's like refrigerators killing you. I love the concept of like, oh, we got an adorable puppy, but we let Satan into our home. That's the premise for movie that I could get. Yeah. Ranson raves. Chris. I'm ready. Let's hear it. I think you've got something printed out. This is great. I see some highlighted text. I see let's go right in here with rants and all right. Where would you like to start? I think I'll start with with the rave, okay? You know, what I wanna read about his Twitter handle have you ever heard of forty one strange? No forty. I don't know what the hell it is. If you go to the forty one strange website, it's an anthology of short fiction. I guess, but they also have a Twitter handle I'm looking at right now, which I enjoy so much because it's four hundred one thousand followers. Yeah. And again stories bestseller out. Now, I think it was just created to promote this short story. All Jay, which maybe someday I'll consider thinking about potentially picking up, but I love this this Twitter thing because it's just very well curated. Weirdness weirdness. And it's got sort of a competent in Zampa combination of the elegant and the grotesque. There's a image of a squirrel sleeping in coffee mug alongside image of Chinese couple posing with gas masks for wedding photos to protest pollution in two thousand fourteen alongside HR gear working on the space jockey for alien and even above that. There's a slow motion Jif of a single popcorn popping so good. One. One of my favorites is there's a banzai gardens that are created on top of skulls by an artist from where like dead skulls. I'm not sure if they're real skulls are like Klay skulls, but they look real good. Find Chris in the garbage fire. That is Twitter. Yes. The internet of the internet, and you don't have to garbage fire. You know, Douglas, rush cough. I was hearing him recently. And he was like apologizing because he was like, yeah. You know, it used to be a real internet of Angelea, and I was. Wrong little filled up the bad far outweighs the good. Yes. This point confession about the space jockey for Malian, always terrified me. I find that. That image penetrated into my psyche. For some reason, there's something about the the mask in the Hos- in the recumbent nature of it. I find terrifying. Yeah. I've always been haunted by the space jockey. If you were still around. I'm sure HR Giger would be delighted to your that. In fact, when what was the movie that came out recently the relief did where we sort of revisited the alien thing Theus. Yes, I think that the space jockeys were featured there or some Similac rim of them. I was terrified all over. Again. It's good to be able to relive that most primary emotions on. That's a good one. Chris I'm going to subscribe right now, I'm going to subscribe our Twitter page following handle account thing. Chris and I are aging out of the millennial. Which is at full cast and crew which is which is no slouch either. No. I mean, it's probably not quite as curated as this. I mean, pictures and everything, but on the other hand are more, specialized more highbrow film. Yeah. They have four hundred one thousand followers, whereas we have a more descr discerning curated group of seventy five. That's true. We have a very very rigorous application, if you're one of the people that selected we select you to be allowed to follow our count, consider yourself. One of the seventy five, you know shit. We do this for the love. We don't do this for the renumeration. I mean, it'd be great Reno. Remuneration is one of those words should be the other way around shouldn't it? Yes, why isn't it renew? Marais Shen numerous money. I wanna write renew Mair did again, why is it renew? Knit remo- narrate maybe Muniz the same Ramona ration- where money came from remove my eight or worker service. Remo- narration. That's just a fucked up word, whereas re numerous Shen. Good it flows off the tongue easier. And it's not a word. I'm this is kind of thing. I could spend a lot of time. I'm in no, rush because the English language a lot of people say it's got too many words, some people say uniform big pain. But then the one nerd you wondered the one word you really need. It's not there. What's the one? Who's the one nerd you really need if you thought about? Came down to it. Who's the one nerd that? You really need. Probably len. Wean. I'm gonna soon that's a comic book writer, illustrator, and editor and editor. Okay. Let's hear the next one. I'm curious to see what the so far this is after mitt. At first you started out, and he said it had something to do with like esoteric short-form horror stories, and I was like, oh, this is this is Ziam of right in. However, it ended up in a great place. Let's see if you could hold it up. I doubt it. But did you hear a couple days ago at fifty third and lex a an escalator? Oh escalator. Yeah. I love this. That was terrifying. The pictures were terrified later starting devouring itself. And I think nipped at the ankles of a few escalator goers. I don't think anybody was seriously injured love this kind of stuff. Frankly, I think the machines should take over. And I think that they could probably do a much better job than we have running the world. I have to say, yeah. Your. To human human in pro robot. I love like I was moved when the robot killed the other robot when they grow about self driving car drove into the walking robots. Yeah. I found that very poignant and moving story. The only thing that would have been better about the escalator stories if someone had been consumed by the escalator, well, you know, you have to forgive me. If we part ways there, I'm sort of glad that hurt but the rant is. You know, the world is so many post apocalyptic stories. Yeah. Assume a very discreet apocalypse yet. But I think what we are living through is a much more sort of slow motion collapse of literally everything. Term for that. Is life Meg system collapsed or something could be it also reminded me of when the train derailed like two years ago? And I used to live in that neighborhood. Like, I could very well have been on that train. So this is somebody who was on the train when it. When the doors when it derailed and the doors came off, this is a New Yorker in New York commuter. Yes. A grizzled jaded New York commuter who just survived a possibly life threatening commuter rail car accident. Our don't think that I make cuts I landed on my butt in the middle of the car the lights went out and people freaked out. The main thing I was afraid of then we're other people panicking and smoke, which we started to smell one guy was very calm. And in a big boom voice said everything is under control Dunkin added that made me feel good. And then he goes God is in control. And I was like, oh great. That is brilliant. Good. Wait. What year was this two thousand seventeen that was before even all everything went to shit on the subway. Even like, this guy even know how good he had it back. Then this might have been the beginning of going to shit. I have won rave. Which regards the Instagram account for our page, which you can find us on Instagram at full cast and crew, and we use that term liberally post photos of films that we happen to watch. And some of them we are watching for the purposes of the podcast. And when that's the case we indicate it with a little microphone emoji. And sometimes it's just what we're watching sipping through the course of evening in that case a little box of popcorn is indicated for just for fun. Yes. Now, I put the we in quotes, Chris because I believe you have posted a grand total of one move out. There's more. Posted the dog one. Although I need it post the mournful they're more renown and children funnily enough, you did mask like two days after I did mask, obviously weren't cycling through the photos. But that's okay. Listen, I, but I did do a different image. When you go to on CNN, you had done the poster I didn't image from the film, and I did the wife, which I know you have not true. Well, look, I know you gotta lotta museums. You probably have a lot of time to see movies. However, I just wanted to point out I'm enjoying as a result of the podcast. It's caused me to kind of go home and once I have an hour and a half or two hours. I tend now to sort of look for an interesting movie to watch. And it's an it's an it's fed me some fascinating films that I hadn't seen before. And some weird weird movies. I came across this movie called winter kills. Which has one of those nineteen seventies. Like everybody who is famous, isn't it casts? And I mean, I'm talking Jeff bridges, John? Huston Anthony Perkins ally. Wallich sterling Hayden. Ralph meeker and Toshiro Mifumi like what are all these people doing in this bizarre movie, the pitch for the movie is basically that it's based on the assassination of JFK, even though the names are changed. And I think the movie came out in like nineteen seventy four or something. Jeff bridges plays the younger brother of the assassinated president who is approached by someone who says I was there. I was the second shooter. And here's where you can find the gun, and it sets off this caper where Jeff bridges tries to solve the assassination of his brother, and his father is sort of chillingly played by a late career, John Houston and the tone of the movie is so deeply satirical, but it also whips ause into actual white knuckle thriller and real violence and back again. So the tone is all over the place. I was shocked at I never. Heard of it before because it's weird and good enough to be far better known than it is. And it's just worth a look because it's it's unlike anything I've seen, and it's just such a bizarre concept for movie, and the fact that all these people are in it. I have no idea how this came to be. There's not that much information about it out into the world. So winter kills Amazon prime it's available bizarre crazy wacked out mid seventies movie. I highly recommend that's fantastic. Yeah. And especially I love to Shiro buffoon eight, but I don't know that I've seen any non Japanese film that he's been in. So I'd love to see him like, unfortunately, mostly American house, man. It's like how not to use one of the great Japanese actors of our time pretty bad role for a guy like that. Have you seen? I live in fear when he was thirty two heave aflaid, an eighty something eurovan he played this grandfather who is still. Very to the atomic bomb. He was trying to move his family and in nineteen fifty raise your pan to be afraid of atomic bomb. It'd be very different. It's amazing. Don't see this because you're going to expect a great tissue in the food a performance because you won't get it. But it is kind of like a proto dude Jeff bridges, and it's a little bit of kin to his performance in last unicorn, which we've talked about, and he does something very interesting, which is he's a child of privilege. He's a sensibly rejected that he's not going. He doesn't want to be the president. He is a very complicated relationship with his father. And with the whole concept of who he is yet. He also uses it when it suits him, and like for something as mundane is getting a table in a restaurant that is father happens to own, but he's also kind of blithely unaware of his own privileges. There's a scene where he returns to his apartment, which the way they shoot it. You're led to believe is nothing special. Then he opens it up, and it's like a fifteen room palatial, New York City mansion inside and party. Building with servants who have been just doing nothing. And I think they say something like, oh, we haven't seen you in several years, sir. But they're just like they're ready to take over. It's the most weird movie. But it's it's definitely worth seeing. And it's got a great poster, and you can read about it on the Instagram account at full cast and crew that sounds great. Okay. So Chris onto headlines. Are you ready? I'm ready now, I believe last week. We read the story of p ditties wax-figure getting its head knocked off. Yes. This is from the New York Times very familiar with that new source. Never heard of it apparently eight hundred year old crusader mummy's head is stolen from Dublin church. Dammit now, I read the story because a lot of people who decide to rob Crips Zime to be unaware of any horror movie ever. Okay. Of the many things you don't do like like, you're going to have bad things happen to you. Even if it's from a crusader. Like a. Faeroe? No because the crusader being punished for the evil deeds is going to come back into much. You know, what I mean like he's going to be a rotten mood. Yeah. You're fucked man, apparently the intruders also defiled a section of the crypt. That contains the bodies of the family of William Rohan Hamilton, a nineteenth century mathematician, who paved the way for modern quantum theory. One of the coffins was broken open and its contents were dragged out onto the floor. Presumably some pencils and paper. In other things that shouldn't be done. My next headline is game of thrones Oreos are coming. To celebrate game of thrones eighth and final season cookie. Purveyor Orioles launching a new line of chocolate sandwich. Cookies inspired by HBO hit fantasy series. First of all, Chris. I am done with anything being inspired by anything. Especially to things that don't go together. Yeah. Okay. Anyway, the Orioles won't just take on its usual. Look that we redesigned in come in special packaging. But I mean are they going to be like dragon shaped or I don't know anything about game of thrones never watched episode of it. I don't know nothing. So I was asking I wonder what the packaging will look like or if they're going to redesign the cookie itself because they haven't done like dragon Tian's tie-ins up until now I. Season. They're like all because I feel I feel like there's stuff everywhere. This is my favorite story of the week driver fights ticket for using cell phone. He claims was actually a McDonalds hash Brown. This guy's you hero. His name is Jason Steiber. He has already spent a thousand dollars to fight three hundred dollar ticket. He claims he was pulled over for driving while talking on his mobile phone, but he contends that the Westport police department made an honest mistake and mixed up his black cell phone with a hash Brown wrapped in white. Mcdonald's paper that he happened to be eating through his ear. A magistrate convicted Steiber who represented himself, admittedly. That's a bit of a warning flag. I'm aware if you represent yourself, generally, you're crazy. Yes. You could dress yourself. You could feed yourself, you could cut your own hair. Even if you wanna do or very noble, however, if you find yourself in a court of law, don't represent yourself. You don't know what you're doing? And everyone does they always think that they're the accession exception. No offense. Steiber? I don't know whether he's the exception to the rule, but he was convicted. But Connecticut law allows drivers if they're unhappy with the magistrate's ruling to take the matter to a trial judge, and that's what he did. So they tried their case before a judge last Friday Steiber's lawyer this time he had a lawyer. His lawyer said, quote, I've done nothing but criminal defense for twenty one years, and I have a very sensitive nose for lying clients. I can tell you without a shadow of a doubt that I firmly believe my client one hundred percent, there's a lawyer who has too much time on his hand which might be another red flag. This is the hill. This lawyer is going to die on. Well, there's no victory like appearance victory. The defense insists it has phone records to show Steiber wasn't talking at the time. He was pulled over and a receipt Chris for the hash Brown. The judge is expected to rule in this matter by April fifth, I guess it takes actually seriously at first I was on this guy side now after reading the whole story Gildo guilty. I hope that judge is listening. I don't wanna get. I don't wanna get sued by this guy. What the judge because it's like, oh, great. This little save me a months of considering thinking about it. Chris. I would now like to introduce a new segment great. And this segment is called. Are you ready to end defecate which like to hear that again? Sure to defecating as Siton Deutscheland defecting close. It's s Solta. I enjoy chat war Dafa gibbon, which stands for there should be a German word for that. Okay. Now, I came up with this segment because the other day, I had something occurred to me. And after this thing occurred, the thought came into my mind, you know, there should really be a German word for that. Now, you I've joked couple times, I like those long German words that describe esoteric nuanced human things that don't have convenient terms. Can you can you describe a few for me? I mean, the the best one, of course, is shot in for Sean Freud. I know I mean after that Chris. No, that's the best. It's so Alestra tive. Yes. Geist? No because I think zeitgeist is more of a state or national thing whereas shot and Freud too. And I think the best words of the sort. I'm talking about are about esoteric human, interactions or weirdness nuanced human to human stuff. Yeah. That they give these words to and your googling. So by the time, I'm done filling. You're gonna chime in with another great ample. Okay. I see when you put it that way. Veldt schmertz. I assume it's a kind of sandwich. No belch Merz is like I think the is missing a previous era or something. I can't even make come on Chris. Velde, smarts, literally translated to world pain felt Mertz scribes the feeling of having the weight of the world on your shoulders boys that necessary well in our new segment, there should be a German good for that. Or is to indulge useful defecate. Okay. So here's the thing that I'm gonna describe that there should be a German word for have you ever had this happened to you you meet someone at some sort of social gathering. Yes, you're you're conversing with this person. You discover that you live near blocks from each other to use New York City life as an analogy be might say where you guys live. And I would say we live on alway Kimmy, I live on. No, no way. I've never seen you in the neighborhood. And you you both sort of like. For every time. I go to the comic bookstore. I never. New York City, contrary to what people think your neighborhood is a neighborhood. You're pretty familiar with people. You don't even know 'cause you see the same people coming and going for years and years and years. So if you don't know them, you feel like, you know, who the neighborhood people are. Yeah. So you meet someone at a social gathering turns I live blocks from each other. But you've never seen them. You never run into them at the supermarket or the coffee shop or the hardware store. Then after you've met you then see them all the time. Yes. There should be a German word for that. There should be. Yeah. Probably neighbors Zaiton Schnitt Sidon schools in. Yeah. That's what I meant to say. I didn't have the time or the frankly inclination to bother googling any of this. Days is a word. I'm sure that somewhere. There's a repository of these words online and some of them are probably good. I don't wanna get into that. Yeah. But each week. I would like you. And I or maybe it doesn't have to be weekly. Just whenever one occurs. We can do this segment called to end defecating. That'd be fun. Crazy. Sounds greg. That's thoughts. I have today for you, Chris. Whoa. Fantastic. Have anything else you'd like to end on? I do actually something that I think is quite fitting considering the film that we just watched K until next week. If like, Tony and Tia you feel like you're stuck in a world. You don't understand and doesn't understand you. Remember, that's the normal state of things because growing. I'm the planet face. Some instincts. Cold thing human race. In time. Space. Thanks for listening to full cast and crew just wanted to remind everyone to subscribe, if you haven't already see you'll get a new episode every Thursday, and we'd love to hear from you. So Email us at full cast and crew pod at g mail dot com. 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120820 Total Recall

Ace and TJ

24:53 min | Last month

120820 Total Recall

"If you thought you saw the last of the double cheeseburger pizza from papa. John's think again. Because it's back again and now they're viewing. The sequel has a papa dea a quarter pound feet says burger sauce and pickles. Crispy inquest again. One more time to get a large double cheeseburger pizza for just twelve bucks or a new double cheeseburger papa. Diop for six better ingredients. Better pizza papa. John's again not valid with discounts bees in texas. Extra prices may vary every day. Second by second minute by minute. Hour by hour time goes by taking this farther and farther away from those memories of the past. Do you remember remember that time. Remember when now you don't have to remember because we do. This is the tj totally call. Podcast prepare yourselves naughty. Nice we'll find out until they actually will judge today as we take you to santa court when we step into the and tj time machine that we call total recall. Plus we've got hot tweets. You're ready for that but we start today with. This is so it's crazy to me. They are ridiculous relationship requests. Wait until you hear these. Total recall chasing. Tj's total recall podcast. Ridiculous relationship request. Check this out. This is had been the optimal word that i had a fiance and once we were engaged he wanted us to vote the same at election. Time as in go in together to make sure that our votes were all exactly the same. Needless to say this is among other things and it cancelled the wedding plans. But he didn't trust her episode case where voting for blank blank blank he wanted to go in with her and watch her vote and then she would watch him. Vote to ensure that everybody's voting executive controlling pins on whether he was voting for the right people or the wrong as to whether or not i'm on his side or or hers. Because you wanna make sure. I mean those are. Those are your core principles. I agree you know and you wanna make sure that. She's not lying and saying that she's you know supporting you know this this type of candidate and then go in there and cancel your vote out. Mary be cancelling each other's votes. You don't go in the voting booth with your wife. Tj you trust more twenty plus years to build up that trust but no. I wasn't dumb enough to go in. Try to marry somebody of different political views and beliefs and values. Because that's just too hard to do. It's too hard to make that work. Here's another one. That would be crazy and you talk about you and your husband being different deliberately. But i still say he's not what you think he is. He thinks he is or he wouldn't have marriage cher karen off. I'll take it. I mean you got the green the deal you turn them into a liberal. He just doesn't know it. Yeah cool. here's one that's very different from a guy telling us about his weird relationship requests. That was made of his friend. This guy no is quote unquote. Seeing a girl and wisconsin. He's in capital north carolina. She put me to requests number. One moved to wisconsin number to sign the birth certificate as father when her baby is born. The babies not his. He's never met this woman before Her relationship request move up here. And then sign this. Brush of if you're the father of this child and he's never even met this woman that signing up for drama before you've even had a chance to be involved if she if she's hot i would normally say that that would determine whether or not it's worth it but the fact that she lives in wisconsin. That's gonna cancel out. you know. it could nicole. Scherzinger think is probably the hottest celebrity in my taste. But if she's from wisconsin. I'm figuring that we're not gonna have anything in common not that i don't like people from wisconsin is just that again. It'd be too hard to hard to make it work. Here's the kicker here's the kicker He's the guy closes with. He's got one thing down. He's got a bus ticket to leave the day after christmas and he's never met her. This is going to sign the birth certificate for a baby. That's not here's for women. He's never actually met. Oh he's gonna do that apparently so he's got a bus busty. Why is he going up there. She's real she's worth signing over for there. Evaluate the situation. I wonder how pregnant she is if a person is making a request though the request of signed the birth certificate for a baby. That's not yours. And i've never met you know your lunatic and i want nothing to do with. That would be the end of the discussion for me. Something to do yeah. She must be getting induced adventure. It's gonna make a great story. I mean just the thought of being able to go from caroline all the way to wisconsin on a bus and see the country at christmas like that in that in that way i mean you got at least go explore. You know what i'm saying. You imagine on a nose can be going through the snow and it's gonna be a beautiful white christmas winter wonderland to mir. It's a christmas. Miracle look another cow. Wisconsin like house everywhere and cheese curd and land of the ten thousand lakes. And i just looked it up. And i picked milwaukee city in wisconsin. Said just seems to make sense. I don't know why. But to go from the mothership market of charlotte to milwaukee on a greyhound only takes twenty five hours. Oh easy easy easy. That's that's love that is love but it'll be amtrak instead i think amtrak's more expensive. Isn't it even to cut your time in half wouldn't it be weren't time or not if you don't have the money i mean i would say you're right though it'd be worth cashing in your savings to be able to take that wondrous trip if you had to win to go. Yeah she must be a must have some sort of a a a magnetic personality has got to be something to. I'm in like that There's one may hear the crazy quit request. I dated a smoking hot girl. That was basically perfect until she requested. We get married after only four years of dating is the ace and tj. Total recall podcast. We just played a little game. This is This is tj virga terriers and the game was spin the wheel who who ever lands on whomever it lands on You take control of that person's twitter in tweet something that they would be embarrassed by in their twitter followers. Don't know from from winston came. They think it's actually from the twitter account of that person and that person was the riggins. Here's the here's the thing we didn't we didn't come up with anything vulgar or embarrassing like you know when when ace has to be out to go to a funeral or something and not tell. Her body's got explosive than the whole thing. It wasn't like that at all. Nothing like that great. They took none of my suggestions. We wanted something that we thought would get a good reaction so people would send you information. Okay so here's the tweet. We sit at reagan. You want to read it not really. It's not bad it's really not that. I have not seen this anyone else. I wouldn't anybody else really. I don't even wanna look at my phone right now. that's how upsetting this is. I have worked. It's bad i have worked for years on my twitter just to give up control says oh my god oh my god riggins as tj. I am always looking for someone to give me something. where can i go for. Free stops. I- favorite part of other people. He's already had like three. You re tweets as soon as it hits re tweeting it now. Everybody's re tweeting. I have. I have spent my entire life pointing out how to use twitter. How awful. I think it is when people try to get things for free because of the position that they have so i have gone above and beyond to not be that person. It's one of my core principles. Do not he even did not accept things when they're offered to him. He doesn't want anybody think he wants to get free stuff for me. But i don't wanna oh anybody anything. I don't like being on the hook for something. This is the this is way worse than any kind of diary or anything gets worse than saying. Hey i'm trying to get fifteen thousand followers come on. Tell your friends to follow up so tacky. And so corny. And no one's gonna know this is how it is even. When he was an intern for us. We would get breakfast in the morning and everybody would order breakfast. He would never order anything because he didn't want to seem like he was mooching off of us or anything like that. He's it's it's kind of a phobia with him and restaurants and other bring food into the radio station all the time and Down the hall is a major major legendary morning show and they have every time they are in the building. There's a caterer will people from this side of the building. We'll go running down there. Hey what they got to like to get food and rig insist. Start shaking ghana. 'cause i can't even imagine my faysal down. My face turns red. I break out in hives on my neck. It this is tj. This set some very as you like. No we don't even want to know. Because i don't even wanna know because in the bad part about it is somebody is going to pick up on that and then they're not going to know that it was a joke and they're going to be the type of person as always looking for free stuff and they're going to see you at appearances and i go. Hey regan's i know you like to get free stuff. Let me tell you. Go down here on wednesday then you can get free ice and a cup. Oh my god josh. Just said at j wilkes eighty when he says such a free loader. What milo you've forever. This is my hell. This is my this is if rob techni rob would have lost and we would have taken his twitter the thing that would bother him the most if we said. I don't like free things and coupon but don't send me any especially for food. Destroy my life my favorite. so far. it's been re thirty times times. Data is just being re tweeted without any context. It just goes out now. People see the regan's says ask for free so get in the red splotches. I've got a headache. He gets rid splotches on his face when he's nervous or upset. This worth a this is your whole thing is your idea. I think. I figured one out of four shot like i was so excited to write a tweet for somebody else. Figured as would lose like he does all of them when he loses like he wants to be the victim. Gosh i'm going to deactivate my twitter today. I think he probably would. I really well. I'm not kidding. I will you try to interview at another job someday. They're gonna say now. Is this tweet that you have saying. You want free stuff like we. That's not really one of our. It's not the kind of employees we're looking for. I know but i'd have no way to backup hacked. My no one's gonna believe that that somebody twitter radio and what you did it. I mean that was the one thing that i would not want posted on my social media an idea rhythm. Let's do it again. I accept. Take my name. Let's give access to somebody that share your twitter accounts really quick for people that aren't following. Oh at ace at large. Ac l. follow. Everybody gwen at glen radio g. u. e. n. Radio tj virgo at the tj number. Four letter you then. The t. j. for you which is a great handle. Great heavens so follow everybody and follow the show. It's at the show. We like to have a lot of fun and sometimes do stupid things like this. That could potentially your reputation gas for hot tweets and prepare yourselves because we are going to go to santa court but people tell us the naughtiest thing. They've done all year and we determined whether or not they are on the naughty list of the nicely people have done. Some messed up stuff. We'll to all that next on. Total rico acing. Tj's total recall podcast. This is the total recall. Podcast subscribe nowadays. Tj dot com the tj app or through iheartradio. More of the total. Recall podcast after this. All as in tj show graphics and web designer done by lab designs looking for spectacular email design at tj dot com web design menus marketing materials brochures flyers social media ads and more design at a tj dot. Com is the ace and tj total recall. Podcast still getting riggins after we played this game of into go aces. Tj's we everybody's name on the web. We spun the wheel. reagan's name came up. He had to leave the room and we got to tweet something out and his thing he hates most in life is people giving him stuff. Are people other people asking for stuff. So he tweeted out Looking to get some free stuff anybody can get some free stuff. Young people are are out of control. I wish it would stop. I people are saying things. I thought i knew you. I guess people change A radio personality. Shame on you. Those are people that clearly. Get the joke us joke using your position to get things free now but it's not like you know. Even if they were serious not saying. Bring me free stuff. You just want to know where to go get it. You know like when when i hop has the free pancake day or rob could tell us a thousand. No he look at his uh his google calendar. That's all its own there. Is you know red robbins. Having buy one get one free and then take another home. Yeah that kind of thing. What's today rob. What's on the agenda. But i was gonna say if reagan's go and send them to me to underscore up come on somebody's healed their. Em not joking loves. It was not joke. Jj dynamite says. I was raised to work for what i get. It's sad the times we live in. Oh yeah millennial tiny house nation even when you know there. That's just kidding. It still bothers you doesn't it can't be sure you know they're joke. Yep rodney j miller junior. Says somebody helped my man ribbons. He sounds desperate. That one win. I don't think it's appropriate to read out loud. Read the second half. One of them was filthy. There's no way you can read about you. Oh yeah i didn't read the had. Just you know the first half appropriate and could be worth repeating. Everyone could allude to the second half. But i didn't think it was disgusting. I mean maybe unless disgusting synonym for erotic foul We're glad i'm glad a bunch of people retweeting it and make sure that goes and gets out. That was your idea. That was mighty. I didn't think i was gonna lose. Figured you would lose because you loser ace. Yeah it's funny until you actually lose you lose. Just the worst. It's just the worst. What side of yourself to put it out there. What bothers you most comments or the fact that a lot of people are retweeting it without without with no context provided whatsoever. Yeah it's the re tweeting sharing the message with other people that don't know anything about people weren't listening at that moment. See it re tweeted by a friend they go. You're just you're just really asking for free. They cook profile from the show. I work on the show and this loser just gets on twitter just asking for free stuff. It's it's the worst thing the worst well. Maybe one day. We'll have a game and you'll lose the game and we'll have to video you actually walking into part of the building here and asking if you can have some of the food that was delivered to go down there in getting in line you know in the buffet at dinner and john boy and billy's wing. Yeah it's like a homeless shelter. I feel that would be the worst. It's a good idea. I hate it. I don't want to this. Is the act. Tj total recall podcast fan according to strap yourselves the. It's going to be a good one. You tell us the naughtiest thing you've done this year we will determine whether or not that should put you on the nautilus for good. Let's start with the lady who wants to make really sure we keep her anonymous. She says the worst thing i did this year was i slept with my age. Our director and the company christmas party so we met at master back. This year's party and is he your boss. He is my boss and yes it was last week. You and now he won't stop sending me winky faces through our instant messenger at work. Now got so bad. I and who do you report to. Because that's your boss in. Hr don't report anything. She's chew she was good with what happens. Yeah anymore of ambitious now left behind. I don't think that doesn't put her on the nautilus. Sounds like it was Consensual well of course. It sounds like i don't know i think the the boss is more bordering on getting on the naughty list for all the winky faces legitimately like to be in a relationship with you where it's okay for me to be soliciting you in some way saying what's why is he bad because they do you know they both in a consenting way enjoyed each other if the roles were reversed in the guy was like okay. I got what i wanted and you know. She needs to stop sending me winky faces. Everybody be like oh well. She feels a connection to unesco she's trying to date yeah. You can't blame her for that. You sent her the signals that you liked her you shared with each other. He needs either man up. I'd like to take you out or leave her alone and let it be what it was. He's winky faces or making it awkward. Because now i'm just trying to walk by the office. And now i can tell when you've seen that i've walked by because he's just sent me a link aches me out but you know he may just be seeing. Hey what are you going to the weaker. Yeah what happens. That's a big secret. I think when the hr director Enjoys an employee secret. Yeah it's probably against the rules. Don't you think If somebody's got an hr director they're serious business They don't play my sisters in. Hr director you know what you do. Is you blackmail him. Obviously there's only one solution here you blackmail get what you want for christmas and then be promotion for your an incredibly powerful position right now. Somebody just messages is. Hr girl married doesn't appear that she is. She's hr director and marijuana. No no a person lists somebody else in the radio family. Message us instead i bet. Hr girls married. She's not hr director. Mary is mr winky face centre married. So how about this. I hope he's not. I've got condensed one here. That's a direct message from facebook. a lady said so Long story short. Her sister is with this guy and she is no longer eating she's no longer eating pork. They're going back to biblical ways. Neither of them as jewish. But they're they're really kind of a coach yeah kinda with anyway. She says she doesn't like the guy long story short. So here's here's what she wants to supposedly. She doesn't eat pork any more. Every time we have together in my house. I do the cooking and i always cooked with pork meatballs pork saucer and she asked. Is this pork and always reply. Nope knowing that it is against everything they stand for. I deliberately watch her and her kids and the pork that i cook for for no real reason because you don't have to cook anything special to tell them. Bring what you eat now. What you did with uber. No as i say. Those uber vegans. That were at your house now. I know we're difficult. Don't have us for dinner. i'll just bring an appetizer that we can eat. Okay and the other person. I made something. I thought fit in their dietary restriction. And then when. I served it to her she said oh. I don't eat that either. And i was like oh land of mortification so does that put her on the naughty list for the year for jennifer welcomed the ratio Santa courtesan session. Tell us the worst thing. You've done Recently my sister just had third son. Just a couple of days before thanksgiving They're out in the outer banks. And i always go out there thanksgiving but i knew it would consist of you. They're hearing further newborn hatton that yet or entertaining other two boys so i told a fan incentive stock at work and charlotte. I just didn't make it right. I was off and just enjoy time for myself. You lied to the family because you did not want to thanksgiving dinner to be around all the little kids right and our how the child because he was out of town with her father with his family for thanksgiving i was just really relishing. And just sure. Yeah i'm thinking you know you're busy and you get all kinds of stuff going on in. This was just an opportunity for you to take some time to yourself and all. I think it's great. I think more people should learn how to live that way. You're good jennifer. All good in the nicely as and tj total recall. Podcast is new at noon every day. Subscribe now on. I tunes. Do you love sugar. Spice. and everything. nice. 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The OC Wives Confront Braunwyn Windham-Burke at Reunion Part 1 (with Bevy Smith)

Bravo TV's Daily Dish

1:04:20 hr | 1 d ago

The OC Wives Confront Braunwyn Windham-Burke at Reunion Part 1 (with Bevy Smith)

"We've got this kan. Asked to come to the small town. Murder mystery sifi. Doctors romney earth needs now stars and resident alien landing january twenty seven onsite by thursday's ted danson and holly hunter star in a hilarious new comedy from previous tina fey and robert. Kerr lock mr mayor. Please don't try to speak spanish again. Ball payroll means dog and bust mr mayor thursdays on nbc. Hi i'm megan surro- and i'm eric j. This is the daily dish. Bravo's official podcast. Okay mega just before. We started recording. You were telling me a hilarious story about your weekend. So i'm going to need you to share that with our listeners. Will 'cause i thought of you. This morning because i woke up a little hungover i was like good for doing dry january right but i was saying that so yesterday android gotten some good news about this apartment. He wanted sorely lake. Let's meet out. We went to stress on jane outdoor dining in outside where to stretch limos and going into the restaurant that driver was like. Hey you awry ride you know. Talk to your guy you she get a ride. You're worth it. And i was sort of like laughing but also like that's not something you see outside restaurants. Typically you don't really see that anywhere typically right just like a parked limo. That we're getting in so i was sitting down and i was saying to andrew. That's so crazy. Who would do that. And then three in gronyea's is later. We decided to do that and shlomo home. So why not with anything included in this experience like you get in and there's bubbly waiting for you or was it like you. Just get thing now is. It was really like lit up like a party. Limo in the music was going real loud but there was not a drop of liquor insight which is fine for the best at that point right. Well you know uber's nowadays. I mean some of them will have like mints or bottles of water for you in the back and it was not that kind of situation almost a luxury experience but not right exactly wall in other exciting news. There is a gone with the wind. Fabulous real housewives of atlanta marathon. Coming up tomorrow. It's ten more fiftieth birthday. That's crazy i now. I mean deandra just turned fifty real housewives of dallas kenya turning fifty. I mean obviously we know fifty cent. Everyone looked so fantastic for their age. And i talk about it all the time especially when i'm looking in the mirror and seeing like he's little wrinkles popping up my crow's feet. I'm like how do i look like ramona now. Not just when. I'm like sixty but now i know but i mean i think it is really good for especially women like to see other women aging and it's fine like it's nothing and of the world. Yup forty is not dead fifty. You can still be you know really comfortable in your skin more. So as we saw with carrie ann. Russia's dallas yeah absolutely. I mean fifty eight nothing but a number okay. Yeah what are we talking today. Okay well we need to talk about real housewives of orange county the reunion part one then. We have southern charm finale in real housewives of salt lake city and my god plus i interviewed bevy smith. You guys might remember from bravo's fashion queens and of course we're going to wrap up with rosen thorn all right so see yes okay well first before we get into the nitty gritty of everything. A lot of interesting reunion looks at this event who nailed their look who totally missed the mark. I liked gina's because i thought it was. It was very different for her. And i think she'd even said in this behind the scenes moment that we caught that she was just like you know. I'm starting to to be more like me. Because i think a lot of times people when they get on housewives. They think they have to look a certain way answer. She's trying to pare back now. I thought emily look treatment. I didn't love the arrest. Necessarily it was kind of just for me personally to pageantry. But she looked great Kelly looked great. Bronco was just doing ally. I thought you know if that. Look on an arianna. 'grande for example. I'd be like nailed it amazing and i appreciate what she was going for. But it was a little bit too much for me. When i first saw elisabeth and shannon's looks like when we released all of the images on bravo. Tv dot com. I wasn't loving what i saw but the more i was looking at elizabeth Dress the more. I was like okay if this were sutton wearing it. Would i feel differently if this were a different house. What i feel a another way about it so it grew on me as i watched the episode. 'cause i think her hair looked really good. Her makeup look really good. Elizabeth i mean shannon. I still wasn't vibing with it. By the end of the episode is a see what she was going for. Yeah it just didn't work for me personally. Okay so i wanna start with the first issue that sort of came up which was again the text message from bronwyn husband to gina. I stand by that. I think it. It's fine that she took it the way she did. I think that's understandable. I don't think people should put winky emojis texts. If they don't want it to be misconstrued. Yeah definitely based on all of the context that gina was working with. I understand what she was saying. Was that shawn's intention. Perhaps not but no. I think absolutely not at this point i. I wasn't sure now. I really you know. Other people have added context like shannon. Saying you were so drunk. He was clearly very worried about you. But again johnson a winky face to. Yeah your wife's friend. It's weird right. It's weird what if it was like the winky face with tongue out. That'd be even more the so. That's that's more innocent to me and be like as being silly right. That is more silly than flirtatious. Or could be exact. I see that full. This whole conversation. To between gina broaden and then shannon chiming in. I think very early on in this reunion. It's obvious that bronwyn is not on the same page with any of these women and honestly at this point. Probably anyone in her life right now. Yeah i'm not even sure in the same book. Yeah it seems like bronwyn is very much existing in this space that she has created for herself and she's not really letting anyone else in and nobody really wants to be involved but it's just so perplexed by the whole thing. There's there's a lot of inconsistencies. I absolutely and i think that it makes to me why everyone is so angry with her because she did talk a lot in the press before the show started airing and she really was putting them down in a lot of ways and then i do feel like she has made all of these very sudden life choices or life changes. I should say and you have to give other people a chance to process that. The the part that i don't think is okay. Is kelly saying that she thinks bronwyn faking being alcoholic. Your alcoholism was all four story. Plan kelly yes. That is one of those things that even if you think it you shouldn't say it because it is dangerous. The problem with yeah. I feel like she's never had a thought that she didn't feel the need to brutalize. Absolutely in your darkest of the dark places where you hold secrets you can think that. Don't say it. yeah it's not fair to bronwyn and the journey that she's been on at this point for ten months she's now going on almost a full year of sobriety. It's not fair whether you believe it or not to try to discredit the work. She's done. They are plus the work that other people are doing who might be looking at brodmann as an example on the show of someone who is in recovery who has been very open about it very sharing about her whole experience. It's just it's such a dangerous path to go down. I just wish. Kelly bit her tongue in that moment. Exactly especially the the misinformation. She's spreading the idea. That will you woke up. Went to the gym. Therefore you're not an alcoholic is just not true. It's just not factual in any way. As andy said you can be a functioning alcoholic it just. I don't know where she gets off that. She thinks that she's the expert in all things and can decide if someone's has a problem or does it sort of the larger conversation that's been happening pretty much over the last four years of these alternative facts right like right. You can choose to not believe certain facts and choose to believe others and for some people that's okay and it just is so dangerous Across the board. They also kind of glazed over bronwyn. That shannon is an alcoholic. And i wanted to get more into that but i think went to commercial. We came back and we were passed it already. And i was like whoa. Whoa whoa can. We break that down a little bit more. Maybe they did. And it didn't make this episode. They could've done more. You know actually more but it didn't make it. I don't know. But i thought that we move on from that way too quickly. Well arianna from las villas. California wants to know bronwyn if you think shannon has a problem with alcohol. Yeah i do know that. Watching the filming of the reunion shannon was pissed. She was pissed that it's come up again because it has come up at reunions past. And you know the thing is like i guess from her perspective. Why do you keep bringing this up. You know like what are you trying to say about me. Yeah just in general. I think but i don't know it's so touch 'cause you know it's just touchy. It's so risky to put that out there to someone. And i think shannon even says backstage. I believe she calls john and says something about you. Know brodmann doing this but her kids are watching and it was sort of like a few seasons ago when vicky brought up. Oh kelly does cocaine. You know when you're just kind of like you can't throw these accusations out there because these people and now their families are going to have to deal with the repercussions of that like yeah. It's it's just as much as kelly trying to deny on wednesday. Alcoholism was dangerous. I think this was dangerous for shannon in a different way. It really does hit home with me. Why certain housewives don't show their private lives though. Yeah because if i were shannon i'd be feeling so guilty for bringing john onto the show because as she said he's a partner in insurance company. Now when you google his name alcohol is going to come up in some of those hits on the so. It's like in a way. She did that to him. And like that's terrible. And why would you risk doing that to someone you love. You know right right Feels guilty that she even asked him to film with her now and guy but he really did a good job about being involved. Enough in shannon's storyline this season and not doing anything to create his own which not all house husbands quote unquote have done in the past. So i do feel bad for him because he is getting dragged through the mud a little bit now. We didn't really do anything to warren. Now all we've seen from him is really great things. Yeah we love you. John but i do think that i wanna t shirt. That says i'm fine. But i'm not an alcoholic. I'm fine. i'm fine. But i'm not an alcoholic. Yes that'll probably be. Shannon comes back next season. Yeah how related to her tagline. Okay well i have to ask you about the whole. I'm sure this is what you were going to. Bring up to the whole conversation between andy and kelly about social media behavior. I'm so glad this was addressed. Yes Saying i feel like it had to be in i feel like maybe andy had gotten flack to for taking it. Too easy on her much happens live. But i think now. In retrospect he was probably saving it for the reunion. Maybe you know. And i just what he said is true. It's not your behavior on the show. It's what you're saying on social media. So why don't you ever stop not say those things on social media and the fact that you know and we'll talk about this later in the episode with catherine southern charm. But it's just she doesn't see it she doesn't get it because her response to that is my fan. Base hasn't diminished. I haven't lost any followers. Kelly alaria baldwin. Just got a whole bunch of hours. It's not for the reason you think. Okay it's not a measure of you being a good person. I love that you made that your example. I have been watching. That story with her. Armie hammer had only made me feel alive past couple. Damn but yeah with kelly. It's just the the question that andy asked about. Are you worried you're going to be on the wrong side of history. That is a question that i've wanted to ask so many people in the last year. And i think that's such an important thing to think about because in the moment you know these things are happening the pandemic the black lives matter movement in the moment. Maybe you're you're not reacting the way that you should but you need to think about long term. You need to see the bigger picture. And i don't think kelly was seeing the bigger picture at all in the past year and i don't think a lot of people were really looking at these situations the way that they should have been and i just. I appreciated that. He was trying to hold her accountable and giving her a chance to speak on it and apologize or retract. Things that she has said in the past and we almost got her there. But she didn't quite given i think the way that she should have and could have and maybe deep down inside wanted to the mask thing really. Just put me over the edge kelly. We heard you say so. Many things this season about mass and whether people should wear them tell us now. What is your stance on mass. I hate wearing masks. And i think everybody's on that with me. I will wear. Because i have to. But does your pants protect you from afar like is helping our the mask helping. I don't know. Yeah to say. I don't know if it's doing anything you don't have to know you have to pay attention to what doctors and scientists are saying and if they are saying here is the proof. You can't just decide that you're still not sure about it. You know it's just misinformation is out there and it's everywhere and it's a bit concerning she's so misinformed on so many things because it's like you should be more informed than a lot of other people on this stage at this point with your connection to such a new source but you know that is what it is. Okay we need to circle back to bronwyn real quick because there's two major things that come out at the end of this episode that i'm just trying to work through in my mind so i need to talk to you about it number one. What point was bronwyn trying to make in bringing up elizabeth's ex. I didn't really understand where that was supposed to be going. Yeah because we got halted because elizabeth was like his fiancee. But i think what braun was going to say is that she was trying to make the point. That elizabeth is a liar right. And she's like i talked to. You like which does though like an x is if it's contentious divorce of course he's going to say things that are different version of what she's saying. Yeah exactly and maybe he's not been entirely truthful about the status of his relationship because he's trying to protector doesn't want to hurt or he doesn't wanna upset her. Make things worse. I don't know but it just felt. I don't know really petty or something that bronwyn was trying to be like. This is the information. I have by the way like. She was trying to catch correcting elizabeth. Warren elizabeth feel sorry for his girlfriend she was fiance. I just didn't really understand the whole point of that. I just think that whether or not you agree with her life you know. Elizabeth is still in love with her ex. I think that much is clear. It's not even be sensitive to that is weird to me. Then number two with bronwyn the good stuff that she's allegedly offered shannon's fourteen year old daughter. What the hell. I don't know whether i was going to say this today. But as a mother. I'm going to when my daughter stella was fourteen years old at a very first beach barbecue. You went up to her and said stella if you want the good stuff text me. Oh my god when. I was watching that part. My jaw was on the ground. I did not see it coming. I definitely anticipated that. Whatever was said because we did see it in the super. Tease had something to do with body. Image or something you know. I never thought it would have been if you need a drug hookup is that what is being implied in the good stuff. Like what all i know is i also felt like elizabeth was trying was asking. Some very pointed questions to bronwyn can was bronwyn. Said i wasn't. I wasn't drinking. But i wasn't sober. That's the difference and a little. I think what she meant was. She clarified that to not be sober. It's not dealing with the reasons why you drink. But elizabeth said so define not like what not sober like she was like. I think trying to get at what other substances. Have you been addicted to right. Which you know. We've not ever heard about that. I know that has not been addressed. But something tells me in part two of the reunion it will be or at least that shannon stuff for sure. I spoke with fashion queen star bevy smith about her new book. Beverly lessons from a mother. Auntie bessie we talked about. The new roni housewife ebony k williams and whether or not bevy has run into lisa. Barlow at sundance. Here's that interview. So i am here with a fashion expert. A radio host tv personality boss businesswoman and now author bevy smith. How are you. I'm really good. So i know you got your champagne. You are ready to go. I'm trying to uncorking. The court is a little resistant up year. Yes i love that sound effect. That's great nature. It's just like your car. You're just immediately calm after hearing that right exactly. My nerves steadied now. Thank you for having me on worse. Thank you for coming so our listeners will remember. You from fashion queens. You watch any other. Bravo shows now. What about other reality tv. I don't know. I don't have time. I don't i am one of the guar. Andrew cohen might as i mentioned in the bookies my mitch yup i love the we had this relationship where you know and the is like the king of reality tv in got reality. Tv spilled right right close and we obviously worked together on a myriad of things so workout right so as a bravo liberty. Even though you don't watch the shows are you friends with any of the housewives or any of the other people on our shows. Yes yes yes tom i. I love cynthia of candy. I love kinga at love. Love love eat even marcel. We work the even. That actually did the first. My first seven hosting thing was a show with eva on bt jay. It was called by marble better than your model napa style how evil was the host. That was my first tv hosting gig. So i did omega mercedes. I love how from the shops. I love her and she'll there's families who actually recently just did a pilot with hannah okay. Burner dumber house. John you know summer house so and then also. I'm really be designing running the same circles. So yeah so i know a lot of rob. Oh ladies oh and then of course In new york ebony williams is going to be the first black housewives of it. Yeah we will house your cast member edge. She is a friend of mine as well. So all the ladies we orbit at a joggers world. But i just don't do reality tv. And i don't watch you're like no thank you okay. So obviously we know cynthia. We know kenya. What can you tell us about ebony. Because i know so many people are excited to see her on the show. I feel like she is like the exact energy that show needs right now. So what you talk about ebony. While i tell him. Andy i said evans wanna come on. Hold on the ladies ready for ebony. Because she's incredibly smart. She's beautiful and she's also wickedly. Wickedly witty okay. So she's got a dancer was around a lot of people. I think a lot of people are gonna wind up. Not being able to deal with her verbal dexterity. I think that we're going to see another thing. Like how with kinga where people were like. Oh my gosh. She's at the hit you ability drink at. She can just cut you with words. Evans right avenues. Incredibly smart and she's also very black identified. Which is a really powerful thing to be on a show like real housewives of new york which has had the are. You know a a lack of diversity and everything and now with avenue being the first one on me. I think she's a perfect selection because she'll she'll do just fine being the only one. Yeah yeah no. It's so great that we finally have that kind of representation. I'm real housewives of new york city. 'cause i live in new york too. I know you're from harlem born and raised and still live there so finally. I think we're starting to see a little bit more new york on real housewives of new york city. Yes definitely definitely my god okay so you are a fashion expert now out of the house wives that you're friends with or even the ones that you just know. Who would you say is the best dressed. That's just tough. It is tough right because there are so many with their own unique style in a lot of. Yeah and also too. I don't critique my friends the way they dress. I mean like i'm right. I'm not that person and just happy. They have on closer to clean right. We could even brought in then to like celebrity like in the whole pop culture celebrities space. Who someone that. you're like. Damn they get it right every time on sunday Amazing j. lo amazing. Yeah you know. Jane fonda amazing. I love tilda swinton. Amazing michael jordan's fourth men girls timothy. Shallow may have this can rival celebrities. You're like i have a whole messed up here. I have a whole list of fabulously well-dressed celebrities. Well then who would you say is your own personal style. Icon my mother. Oh yeah she's incredibly stylish still to this day. She's ninety three years old and she is fierce and down. She has a great sense of style and she puts together so well at the age of ninety three in so she is definitely style goes for me. And where do you think she got her inspiration from. I think just honestly black people are just a very creative. We are very creative people in very ingenious. And so that's the reason why you see so many trends. Come out of the black community. As far as allan bashing does is. We just very ingenious in that way. I think that my mom medical how old pitch from one thousand nine hundred nineteen fifties. You just see that you know you just see that someone shoot. She didn't make a lot of money but she was incredibly. Wab put together right now. And i just think that that's just a cultural thing about cultural. Dna yeah absolutely. I do want to ask a little bit more about your mom. Because i want to get into your book. So congratulations first of all on the lessons from a mother. Auntie best yes congrats. Thank you baby. You're welcome so the basically details your move from advertising executive to tv personality and everything that you are today so what inspired you at that time to make such a drastic career. Change options miserable Wanna do what. I was doing anymore. You know i had a job. That was a dream job with so many people office making really great money. I was flying off to exotic locales out sitting front row at bashing shows. I was receiving gifts major designers and fashion houses. And i'm just miserable. And i realized i needed to change my life and i didn't know how it's to change my life. I knew i needed to change it in some. The first thing i did was i changed my name from beverly smith at changes to betty and i wanted that to be kind of like the first one that the be the opening shot like sir changes afoot. Bevy smith and i actually was inspired by my old friend. Puff daddy who has many names. He goes right for the by did he does he. Sean sean john is sean cones. He's all these many things right and not rebel. Did he connects when he vibe named so academic and i did that and it really worked out. Well i it really did shift means for me when i went being beverly tabet. Yeah it was a ship not just a me but also in the people around me Right in the way that they might receive you util. That's exactly so what advice would you give people who might want to switch up their career path. Because i feel like the biggest hurdle to overcome. Is that fear of the unknown. So what would you say to people who might wanna do. Exactly what you did and just change completely when i will say. It's not an easy task to do and sell you like. Get that out your mind getting out of your mind like you know i did it. I changed my life began j. d. my life at the age early eight and it really has worked out incredibly well like i literally quit job at rolling stone the become a writer and a tv personality and to you know just lead a more creative life and i literally do that. Only make my money. I make great money at just being creative and so it worked out really nice but it was not without its challenges and so i would tell people if you want to change your life. You have to be ready to go through some challenges and you will probably go through financial challenges. Which i did. Yeah but you also go through of mental and spiritual challenges and there will be challenges in your relationships because oftentimes the people closest to us are vested in the lives. That we've created me at that your spouse or maybe your kids or maybe your parents or maybe your best friend loves the bat that eric has you know is really great. Podcasts or you know On bravo he and you wanna change that all of a sudden now you know. Maybe you don't have access to bravo. They'll be like well. Wait a minute why you wanna change by you. Why you not want to do that anymore. They're afraid words the metoo them right. You will have people in your life that you think are supposed to be those who are big supporters civil. Try and talk you out of changing your life and to that i say you much. You must forge ahead. No matter what the naysayers say you must yeah yeah. It's funny that you saying that reminds me of a huge christina aguilera man and stripped of my favorite albums of all time and voice with an is like such an important message a trust in yourself and just know that no matter what other people might say that you have the power and you have the ability to change yourself and you just need to trust in that yes indeed. It's so true. And i love that album too. I really really is a when you change in your life. You do have to strip than for me. I had to let go of so many personas had built up over the years as a as a way to protect me. What i thought was protecting me as a way of like you know making sure that people that they could pierce my arm but with found is that at building up those layers of personas they became calcified in the yearly. Did change who. I was and not for the better end when i started. Chipping away at that stuff is when we get to the good stuff and not my core. I'm lou brown bevy again. I'm curious Venturous you. I am I'm very like gracious and I think about things in a very positive way you. I'm always looking at the bright side of things right and that this would be good for likely how they gb because always site you know. I want i don't wanna fight. You know so funny in that book. I talk about when i when i got cast for bashing greens. You know. there's a line in the book. rat. Said i'm sorry in the when i got fashion queens. I wasn't he was when to take it. And it was because my co host derek. J. miss lomax have been on real housewives of atlanta right. I was growing concerned. Not derek j. 'cause i knew him he was my friend. I was very concerned that mrs. lawrence will come onto the show on the set in wanna be combated because as you know a lot of what folks do reality. Tv is fuss. Invite a gin scraps drama. I can't have drama in my life. Not even four check right so i was very concerned and then of course it turned out that he's one of my best friends now so there was no drama is a matter of fact the region. I'm call martha is because of milo. Derek j. emma's lawrence. They start calling up on the set of fashion points. That's okay. i love that. We'll talking a little bit more about your book and getting back to your mom. I read that you were kind of hesitant to let your mom read. You know certain parts of the book. So can you tell our listeners. What you were trying to shield her from well the salacious right. I mean right you know. I'm a size queen. You know these two people in this life as in liars. I for willing doubt man and so i didn't want necessarily to read that in i mean and so you know it's like oh i'm gonna have to redact certain right of the book for everything you know. So that's what i did in the mountain black alike. Go worry about those passages mommy. And she's like out not saying filthy words like up. I wish it would just filthy. Words lay the talk about the filthy deeds. It's way more than just words way. More just words. Yeah but you know that was. That was an interesting thing you know. They have to like shield her. From but yeah. I've been doing that before. My friends parents sued so many of my friends parents bought. The book is well-known like all kind will let them know. There's a lot of racy bits in there right right well other than like parents. Were you nervous about anyone else. Reading what might be in the books they feel like there's so much you know personal information in there and as much as it's going out to the world it might be different for people that know you that you're close to. Yeah you know. I wasn't really that nervous. That's the reason why the name names. I told the stories because i felt like you know it's fine if i want to expose myself Expose anyone else while telling my story. So i just felt like i wanted to protect The not so innocence. But i just want to like you know again. I just. I didn't want to exploit in the wino- i didn't want anyone to feel like all so she's using my story in my life to sell a book and want to do that. So at descending well before we started recording. We're talking a little bit about everything that's going on in the world right now and you know there's something to be said about the timing of this book's release so were you worried about it coming out now or do you feel like in some ways. It's right on time. Oh it's definitely by long time. Yeah this is all about the pivot. and so many people are having to pivot in their lives right. You're not mean because kalana virus eliminated so much work so many jobs so many people people have lost family members. Friends lovers partners. You know so. Everyone's in the process of a pivot of some sort and this book is about that. Pivot is also about my number. One bev relation is it gets the later and you know. I look at someone like a andy cohen who you know initially wanted to be on tv and actually became a tv executive and then that led him back to his. You know kind of a regional dream right which was to be on tv. And so you know. He didn't give up that idea. And a said he incorporated the new dream into that treatment. Yeah he loves the producer and he loves in the producing an obviously. He's very good finding town. So you know. I just feel like so. Many people can learn from that lesson. They can also learn from my lesson. Someone who's thirty eight and who was able to break into a field is very youth oriented very thin oriented very white oriented. Yeah and none of those things. And yet i was able to create enough of a demand for my talents that i was able to be on television And a host. And i have to do anything that would kind of matt jibe spirit No absolutely. I know that you also have a connection to the sundance film festival. Yes so do you happen to know. We have our show real house of salt lake city. Now if you happen to early sub barlow. I don't know lisa barlow. I don't even know which one that is. But i know you guys ask show and then though people are absolutely obsessed with an when i got to tell you an anti told me that you guys were doing there. I was like really cause a mormon so many arguments. But i will say this every time i i've flying into salt lake city and this quite a drive. It's our from salt lake to the airport to bark city. Which from the as it's hell you know. There's always a high young driver in traditionally mormon or maybe an ex mormon You those warm is to have fun. So i'm not surprised. This show is a big hit and not everyone is a mormon on the show but it is really interesting to see how each of them interpret their religion and how they practice at least barlow one Heather gay who's another big fan favorite so far on the show is also more men in kind of struggling with. She's gotten a divorce and she's really trying to reconcile how that is but rampant 'em cosby and it's her step grandfather but yes yeah. He was married. I knew her grandmother before she yes. She has so that's interesting. It's very interesting. She has been quite a controversial character on the show. But yet lisa barlow has your self proclaimed queen of sundance. So i'm always just so curious. I'm there. i'm the working with like a juvenile hilton. Dinners like we were able to rene and why you know gossip so many dinners people for like wral and dinner parties for like you know quincy jones and his daughter and you know. Yeah and then. I do Cocktails every single year with hbo. So i mean we might be in a different kind of social thing. I'm working in a space of the film and tv space right. I'm there really like actually connecting the dots with projects. Yeah she owns a tequila. So i think her priorities on little bit different. You know great drink is a morita. So maybe that's true that is true. We'll see we can hook up there. Maybe next sundance guys can collaborate coming after watching the show first season. So you don't have too much to catch up on you know. It only premiered a few months ago so or you could just wait reunion. The reunion is when it comes out you know. Just do that. A lot packed with these. We mentioned earlier being born raised and still living in harlem. What do you love most about your neighborhood. All i just loved it's actually a real community We know each other. We support each other so when the virus first happened there was a huge. What's at shane about. Two hundred people that are you know in the community and we were talking about. Do you have clorox wipes you have massed. You have gloves unique. Do you need water. And when my father passed away they actually were able to come to my aid. A give me a bunch of n ninety five masks. Which is you know. Were like gold. During the beginning of the year they were able to give me enough my whole family so that we can actually attend my dad's funeral safely. So that's why i love about harlem. It's a real community and it always has been also we have beautiful architecture and also there's always something going on in the in the community this this a life the vibrancy no matter what goes on. We're gonna remake Lemonade aliments all day every day and anatomy. That's why has this resilience spirit. And also this kind of upi positive you know of personality has a lot to do with being born and raised in heart. Yeah well you have to settle something for me. Because i when i first moved to new york lived up in what i call. Washington heights was at one. Fifty ninth and broadway but i think people were trying to start a hamilton heights name for that neighborhood and on like what where does harlem beginning end for you. One hundred in ten to one fifty fifth grade. Okay okay and then above one fifty would be you would wash. Okay ask the manual morand heights right exactly this summer. Yeah no no right. So i when i first moved up there you know i would say that and i would talk about. Oh yeah i live in manhattan. I live in washington heights and people would be like well where i'd say address maybe like well. That's hamilton heights. And i'm like okay. Don they will change a neighbor on on you in a minute. The gentrify it's true it's true. Well beverly thank you so much for coming on the show. This is fantastic. Can you tell our listeners where they can follow you and of course where they can get your book. It's all that be smith all day every day and they should also know the andy cohen who they all now involve. This is his third book on his andy cohen books imprint. So definitely if you want. Were andy you should support this book and the book sold where books are everywhere everywhere. The books are so. That's human the book has rise kind of drink. And i also just put it together that you are also in the same catalogue as mariah carey offshore. I am reading her book right now. I'm reading her book right now. So good yup me. Jackie o'brien whether unholy trinity. I love dr jackie to bevy. Thank you so much again for coming on the show. We appreciate it. It was a blast right tucked. Usa time yes. Please don't judge me. But whitney has looked pretty damn good this season. Okay i agree with you okay. Good he looks like rep butler little bit. There is something about his. Look at this party. That just like i've never given him a second look but i did this time but i have to say. I am a in that minority. Where i'm like. I love a mustache on a right right. I mean madison seems to she offers you know. Can i take a mustache ride for that stash ride. That is forward. And are you only saying that to hurt austin or are you being since i don't okay. I need your perspective on this too. If you are still having sex with people at other people's houses is it time to grow up right. Because madison's friends said he was over at my. Was it something like. Is that what you're talking about somebody else. Yeah and that's where austin had sex with this girl or whatever. But i'm like is that. Does that still happen number one. It's a pandemic number two. I just feel like what you breaking off going into. Somebody's bedroom like what's happening. I don't get it feels very college to me. You're right yeah the cova up at all you know cove it all. Come on austin. I just feel this first of all. Seems like the worst party of all time. Because you have madison in austin playing this this whole game the whole time which i will say. It's more madison than austin. But it's like they're fighting. You have all these girls trying to confront catherine. It's just like a lot of chasing of people in it doesn't seem like a great time. No not at all. And actually john pringle. He spoke to us weekly and talked. About how tough it was to watch. Madison be rate austin and reading some of the things that he was saying. I kind of agree. I do feel like she took it a bit too. Far in this episode year screening europe beta in his face puffy. It's so emasculating. In the thing is you're not together. You've said you can't be together so stop it exact to me. Speaking to me. It also speaks to austin in his own boundaries that he's not setting for himself. Yeah because i think at a certain point like your girlfriend first of all. You shouldn't talk to me like that period second of all you certainly. Don't get socks that when you're not my girlfriend right and just deescalate you know. Walk away. yeah. I know she. She was escalating a few times in this episode unnecessarily i think were you really invested in the shark attack. Slash dolphin sex. Because i was worry you. I was like what's going on. Is it an attack or is it an orgy. I don't know things where it's like in person. If i see a dolphin. I lose my mind. I think that's very exciting. But watching people onscreen react to dolphin slash does not really do it for me. I know i just like the national geographic of it all. I was just sort of like what's going to happen. I got a narrow and we didn't really get any resolution there. I'm not even sure we got any resolution by the end of this episode. Either i guess we did a little bit inning piling okay. We'll the catherine stuff was. It's just been frustrating for a while. Now on the past few episodes and i felt like madison was definitely getting overly involved. You know because. I think she just wanted. You know catherine everyone's waiting for this moment took having come on. Go give him this moment. You gotta like amping her up in a way. It's just like not even appropriate right because we're not looking for katherine to go in there and defend herself we're looking for katherine to go in there and receive what everyone is trying to tell her. Process it and move forward from it so at madison has gassing her up unnecessarily because that's not what needs to happen right now and then her and danny getting into it. Oh my god. Danny is just so delicate. I feel like i'm so worried about her. Just like cracking access at her breaking point right now with catherine and it feels like with everybody and i'm just i'm worried but like when she said to manus and i'm about to slap you off of this i was like danny you will break a rib if you sneeze the wrong. Do not come at madison. Who actually works out and could kick your ass in a heartbeat. Sime about the smack. You song don't tell me it has been with. Would such a we know that all you sucker ass twenty four seven and all you do stand up for her and she doesn't for you right and you're on the edge of the right off so i wouldn't start making threats based on your position here. You know at the end of the day. I i think that if catherine had done what brandy on dallas dead this season bus or thing what happened in front of the group apologizing talking about the experience recognizing what she did wrong and just putting it out there so that everyone can hear it understand that. She's sorry. And then everybody can move forward but katherine has been dodging the accountability. And i think she's just like i don't know what everyone expects from me. I don't know what everyone expects. And it's like we expect you to apologize to recognize that you did wrong to own what happened and learn from it and move on and i think they got through her by the end of the conversation but tv. Judging by the whole i look at the reunion would say i'm not so sure. Yeah it's like part of me understands. Her argument of i made one mistake. It doesn't define me. It's true but how you handle the fallout and the aftermath. From that mistake says more about your character than that mistake. And i don't think she is doing. Yeah all of the processing afterwards properly. And that's what everyone is upset about. Well i i totally agree with your brand example because what brandy did was horrendous. But it's the way that she apologized. That made it feel sincere. And like she got it. Yeah absolutely she. She seems to be willing to do the work to improve. And we haven't seen that in katherine yet. Salt lake city short-leg. Okay so we know that this whole season has been a huge storyline between whitney and her dad and him in recovery for his addiction. The last that we heard about two weeks ago whitney hasn't spoken to her father. Which makes me really sad to watch this scene with her and her siblings and her dad in this very constructive conversation. They seem to be having. And then knowing this information it's just it's heartbreaking will wait hasn't spoken hand like there was a fall out or hasn't heard from him like something's wrong will she hadn't heard from him at all. I think she had reached out and he hadn't contacted her back and this was two weeks ago and she was doing an instagram live. Qna and someone had asked your father. How is he doing and she said. I'm a bit concerned. I've been reaching out. But i haven't heard from him so that was about two weeks ago. I don't know currently what what the state is. And and i hope that everything is okay but just knowing how much work put in and how invested. She is ben in his recovery. It's just so sad to think that you know just within twelve months of this all going down that now. They're not in the same place but you know this is. This is addiction. And it's just so sad. I just re watched beautiful boy yesterday. Oh god which have you seen it. Oh but i know about it. It's very it's actually. I think such an amazing depiction of addiction it is. It just reminds me of this. Because you know you go from things being so great and someone having all the support in love in the world. And then you know you're relapsed still happened not that that's what has happened. We don't know but just I think that can be such a scary thing. Yeah like having an addict in your life. You never know absolutely so. We're off to vegas without miri without mary. Come on. I mean come on. Mary doesn't she know as a housewife. The cast trip is a pretty significant part of the whole season. I just could not put myself in a trip anywhere with jan. Put it this way. I rather have a plain fulham ice. Been to be in vegas with jim. I will agree. I think that she has made a table misjudgment on a not going ghetto housewife. One one. is you wanna be on the trip. Remember in. I didn't five of real housewives of new york city. Heather thomson disinvited. Ramona from london and rome was because she knew you have to go on the trips. Mary was like at jen's coming. I'm not going forget it but also is vegas the place to go to bond. I'm not so sure. That's a bonding destination right. People aren't doing dressed. Falls in vegas and especially the trip starts off with lisa going before. Everybody and not communicating to whitney. Which honestly i think. I'm lisa apologised. And i just thought that was such a boss move and i love that. She went early because it was pretty shady. And i think intentional but i appreciate. She was real dick in this episode. Rsvp didn't answer whitney's phone calls only but then would go and call meredith right. Do you think that. Lisa is someone who is all talk because she does present herself in a very specific way right yes. It's like businesswoman. Like she says yes to every opportunity. She's always busy. She's always on her phone and then she she's talking about these race cars how she loves race cars. She can't wait and she's so excited. And then she's going like seventy miles per hour around the track which is still pretty fast but like when you go like come on. That's just like we drive. I know but it's still just like why is she all talk in other parts of her life that we just don't know yet just based on this interaction after all the talk about how great of a driver lisa she gets out on that track and drive slower than my grandmother. I mean not like i. Actually she handled it the correct way but she was a lot of. You know a lot of hot air. About how whitney had wronged her piss. You was but she came around real quick. When would he apologized after the race. Which i think is great but it is funny like people certain people are like. Oh my god like this bitch tries to talk to me. I'm going to have words for her but it was really pretty fine. But you know what's confusing to me about. Whitney's apology is. I'm glad she apologized. I appreciate that she it and they were able to move forward. But why didn't meredith flag like well. Hold on whitney though. What were you saying about. Jen and my marriage that night like why isn't meredith. Bring that up. It's so clear to me. She's not bringing it up because she doesn't want it out there right like so still. Maybe 'cause i think in a way maybe she's hoping they won't air that yet but they will if you keep talking about it. Yeah well and then on the other side of it. Though jan is ranting to heather about how you have to follow through with something when you bring it up like. What is whitney doing. But at this point now. She's fully ditched the whole meredith rumor that she brought to whitney to begin with and she's not following through with the rest of this stuff and is it because she does want to align herself with meredith and lisa because she used them a certain way compared to heather in whitney like issue. Trying to protect meredith at this point. I'm just confused. It seems a little hypocritical. it's just. I don't know their inconsistencies with jen especially because she seems to get upset with people after they apologized to her. She kind of waits until you know mary was like. I'm sorry very first second episode of the season. Mary's like i don't wanna fight with you like i'm sorry. Let's move past us and then before you know. It jen's still mad at mary and same thing with whitney. Now she i don't i don't get it. I don't understand why she so upset. No-one ruined cherise party but her in way she handled it and by the way. It's very clear that people are scared of her because scenes for next time. That woman says who. You're doesn't trust jin sean. Everyone raises their hand. I know the trust thing is interesting because someone can overreact. Someone can have a temper and that says one thing about who they are but to not trust. Somebody means that you're you don't really think they have your best interest in mind. Even if they do have a short temper and all of that stuff like there. It says a lot. More about jen's character. I think that everyone is like. I don't trust her. I mean does heather race our hand. I forgot to clock if she also raised her hand in that moment to re watch it. But i i need to rewatch but because i was just like oh my god. Jen is going to flip hirsch. I know i know but she hasn't done a lot so far this season to prove that she is trustworthy unless she is sitting on some information about meredith that she has decided not to bring out. I guess that would be the one quality makes she didn't away so i mean she's still brought it up on camera and yeah i mean who's to say but i don't know. Did you see all of the reunion. Looks for salt lake city. I felt like they looked good. Am i wrong or dot. No you're right you're right. I think everyone looked great. And everyone brought their own personal sense of style to it. Like jen's pretty extra meredith is very It has like a collar and some like buttons very similar to like her fendi jacket and those more power suit looks that she puts together I think everyone did a great job for first reunion. I think everyone did a pretty. I'm just really curious to see how they do on their first reunion. You know like will. Will someone like lisa make up for the fact that she hasn't really been filming a lot with the other women will marry make up for the fact that she didn't go on this trip. You know yeah from what. I know about the seating arrangements. It's pretty interesting to know who's on which side because it's not what you would expect. Okay roseanne thorn okay. Let's do rose and thorn okay. What was your road. My rose was from real housewives of orange county. It was this moment. So like andy. In kelly It got very heated at various parts of the reunion. Because he's asking tough questions and she doesn't like that and you know i don't know if they'll show this but at one point he is like kelly. You and i have never talked about this. That's why we have to go over this and you know she's just clearly so exasperated having to answer which i mean not even gonna go into that. 'cause she needs to right. I appreciated that then. There was the sweet moment where he asked elizabeth of you know. Are you still not with your ex. And kelly goes great question. Thank you kelly. i know to that. Do you think you still love him. Good question thank you kelly. It was one of those like side moment that you probably never expect to make air. But i appreciate that. They added that nod to show that you know kelly and here is yes they have a relationship outside of what has happened and the differences that they may have and all of that and it makes it a little bit more real right. What was your wall so my rose is going to be a little bit different this week. So my rose is my grandmother. Shirley louise perez. She passed away on sunday january seventeenth and She was just like you know she was just like the perfect grandma. She was my first best friend. She flirted with everybody. Would you would totally have appreciated megan. She's like we just like our when you get older. And i got my sense of humor from her. We have similar. Is you know it's just one of those things where you know looking back. You are obviously sad and you mourn the loss. But i think right now. I'm in the sort of reflective like celebrate the life stage of grieving and she was just a great lady so shirley my rose today and every day. Honey can we cry. That's neat just so much. Love to you in your mom kim who you know i adore. Yes thank you thinking of guys thank you. What was your thorn. So my i have a couple from below deck. This week's episode. Rachel who is just a hot mess when she drinks who was just bashing james right in front of james and elizabeth not released standing up for him even though she's already in love with him but she's also a little bit my thorn because she's clearly when these hippy dippy people who thinks everything means something in the fact that she met a guy she likes must mean that they should get married and the fact that she keeps saying that and she's not joking like home. Oh my god. Elizabeth you look crazy. You gotta stop right. I think she's a little bit of a different kind of girl covering up with this hippie attitude you know i i think if she were really as in touch with energy and things maybe she wouldn't be taking this so seriously. I don't know it's great. Strange by thorne is from real housewives of dallas. And it's stephanie. Is locker room foundation. Because really like i just i just feel like schools are already so underfunded when it comes to actual education and the arts and i think i don't know this for a fact by for the most part in athletics and sports divisions are pretty well funded across the board more so than other parts of schools. I could be wrong in that. But i was just kind of like. This doesn't seem like the kind of heart warming. Charity that i would feel. You know. this isn't candy cares. This is like locker rooms. Okay i guess. Wow i mean yeah you're texas you know how big sports i like. I understand that in certain places. You know. I'm sure there are plenty of locker. Rooms that need new lockers all kind of stuff. But i'm just saying you're being real kenya about this whole questioning. People charitable motivation. And you know. I love stephanie. Like i absolutely adore. 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Agent X #14 & Soldier X #9: Wade's World--The Deadpool Podcast Episode #68

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

19:52 min | 3 years ago

Agent X #14 & Soldier X #9: Wade's World--The Deadpool Podcast Episode #68

"This episode of came, some lunatic sidekicks brought to you by tweaked audio to get awesome headphones, could a tweaked audio dot com and use the coupon code Southgate to get thirty percent off your shipping and a lifetime warranty, or you can get there through the link on our website. Southgate media group dot com. Settle down Moore, you're excited as world after all dead podcasts, but. Bill. And as I said, I will. Oh, fire. Fired up. Onto hackel. Tackle. Authors. Tackles. Talk Odell sponsorship. Right. Right rooted for for sale. Everybody knows for drunks it's John food after the club. Well, that's why I'm offering. You will talk. Okay. Fresh kitchen. Anyway, what God awful issues, retired lab king. I'm kidding all for one. Now which one is back to our classic reviews of agent x number fourteen and soldier x number nine. We are almost there. Deadpool walking parts who vowed brains. I feel like the way to any pages basically is this black swan is waning. The happens screw up that links deadpool himself in Hayden another, trying to fix it. But it's like it's part two. So that up. Yeah. Well, we kind of get a flashback on outlaw, hey, we just talked about her last episode. That's right. Pick-up downhill in annual number one. Killa Gilmore without law. Got the game back together. You know. Yeah. And seeing the taskmaster tried to put dead pullback together up. Alex shot him that probably is my favorite little scene in the whole issue. I love putting bed pullback together like a little puggle like a little league puzzle, learn. Third with bath pump. But yeah, this is kind of like the dialogue was fun, but like HANA plotted because like I say, dissolves kind of set up. So this issue that calms Morio we get the the, the info dump from black swan about how you know, Alex is the dead guy. Got something black swan every everyone seemed to have got a piece of dead polls, healing factor. As you do is one of the better powers to have there after the events. You know school way down after the events of that poet issue sixty nine. We just need like Beavis and Butthead chapel. Drought droppings. Adenauer. It wasn't. But a lot of talking a lot. Talking finding Winky's year. That model. Shinners housemaster, but swan, whoever playing with his Winky, but, hey, did you see that dress? Can you blame them. Nope. One of the best things about these ages. So let's. Yes. I looked taskmaster like black one. I'm not putting down to your back in Germany. We're like, if I even feel anything in my view them blink, I think you're my head. Your head's gonna be over there. I don't know. About this issue. Like we said, water set up explication. Yeah, I know get tuna here on this point. Like you got back this a lot. Vice technically well, I mean they didn't hit, you know? Yeah. Bring deadpool back in by the end them SRI and the b. b. no back status quo. And it's like, okay, you wonder like three issues to do it in. So it's like, okay, yeah, versus you wasted a lot of time though. Yeah, I know that was obviously the cliffhanger. But you ruin the title and the cover home. Talked about it. Soup opera thing. 'cause when outlawed though get back, she finds out jockstrap and seeing these bedroom. So. Your phone comes. Yeah. Now, drama drama enroll? That's yes. Then they tried to like telepathic sailon to get everyone back to where they aren't black swan. Freaky Friday, but not. Yeah, black swan tried where does flex one get latent powers who had lightning powers? Doesn't it look like? I'm like, lift off the ground in their stuff coming out of his hands who had that that now that the what's his dead guy didn't have that that he, he's been stayed in that for a Radi day. Was form in the mix. Would've fried. Her job, but then he tries to telepathically makes Sam the shooter. So. Rude. And then raise he's about to kill Alex. You see shadowy figure something out of the trunk of the car BNR -ther. He's back on the last page. Impaling full. You do. I'll go back. Oh. What you don't want that. You want it that way. I wanna go with Bob. Alice's deal more than I wanted back to point of Rousseau. Still one more issue. I know. Resolve anything gonna take out black swan finally. Yeah. Yeah. Finally. Last couple which is dead pool, and then you didn't hear anything until like the last arc Mejia next sites. Unfinished business. We'll think the kind of had do without way because you know if if Asian ex was going to stay around, they would have been like, oh yeah, black swan died in the last issue deadpool bud since they had the wind, everything back, go, Kay, black, swans back because. Everyone's none of their effectiveness explosions. Now. Hannibal role with these are definitely classic comic book answers. Yes. From the from the year. Two thousand three? Yes. Yeah. Old. You feel. I remember encompass dollar. I kind of started collecting windows on the border of like seventy five cents going to a dollar. I mean, it's tough to find a place where you can get the back. No. If you got a local college bookshop, the cells that were dollars here, she frequented event. Out of control support the dollar bins. A home on blocks for seventy five. Easy way out, give this a because, oh yes, I concur. I like the dialogue, but we got the I know, like calm of set amount of pages, but they could have done this story in Warren gave us a backup way. Last games, Abaco mall. True? Yeah. The I mean, you're the first the first issue wasted a lot more time, I think. Well, yeah. Okay. Okay. He's back fools now would wrap this up pages? Yeah, but I guess maybe was filling space to hit psyche really, really neat. One take three issues. Do the whole seance saying guest your, I guess we should grateful for that. She kinda patted instead of just like dragging it out. Ninety or. Fashioned, once hours. I mean, there are people who are dragged out that whole thing at the amusement park for three issues. Oh, maybe six. You're right, small beer. All right, such we move onto soldier. Acts. Yes. He better with. How were they thinking? So. I'm like, okay, that basically just got x. men universe. Yes. Will it wasn't new creative team, true, although out still state Unisource, those shaky kept as just really. What is story really cable really doesn't show up until the end to and they try to be all fake philosophical positions, nature versus nurture debate is what I was getting vibe. They're going for. Yes, very quickly. Some of this issue basically a redneck. It's beat up as a kid. So then they'll he's against all all-race is in creeds. Anyone is not white. Yeah, Jones calendar. Yes. Even even has the confederate flag Bill buckle, whatever. Funfair at actually haven't had to neighbors actually like down the corner. What moved I was like, oh. That's that's why. Warda. Yeah, it's up here too. This part for. 'cause like the more north you go, the more out feels the more like south you go, the more urban feels played Cy, but anyway, I'm sure they're perfectly lovely people. Fister is like really weird. I don't get what we're tall story. Again, are we killing time tissue, twelve. Much. Like a precursor to that, the cable dead poet's shoes. It's like, okay, cable. Maybe I'm just trying to justify my head. Justified in my head, but it's just like cable sees how crappy the world is to create this haven on this island. I mean, yeah, true. Meditating forty, five miles out in the ocean. You do, would you resent that attention grew. Basically doesn't issue. He close above the ocean in. He goes basically plays head games. We've had general. Utterly azman. The new Jane. I forget which one is a all runs together. Did you won't the younger cast all run first class. Now in the one after that day's a future passed down that they budging. Couple of minutes. Logan on HBO was yesterday. It doesn't hold up to like heard watching over. Is the best thing in the verse before mental, but not family is like saying, wonder, woman, the movie in the u. You I did like the artwork actually? Yeah, it is an improvement over that. The previous day hazy Sepe a- a lightning going forward a little bit, especially like hating at digital fat. Did I think it did fit the mood of this folk more than like the previous team? Yeah, definitely. I will get a, he minus generous, China, stay positive. Give it a street. The maybe just because I like the compared to the last team, but I did like it better. I kinda see where they're going. I'm like, okay, I'll willing to give this, you know more time, but that clip hanger like he surrounded. But like normal humans Ono. How's it? Gonna get out. Okay. His knee while I'm having taken to not let killing people are always Blinken like these guys. Well, I mean remembered like what was I to issues ago wasn't using it, but then all of a sudden he's like, stop in helicopters. Amid Aaron, stop. I mean, Blinken pinned the guys, the wall or the ceiling or whenever. And now lately I dunno cables, not smart right now. Abby weren't. Oh. Me also save the world, but Neil always like I don't wanna make it to easy on myself for some reason. I guess. Oh, where's that? Barker teddy? Bear winging need it. Hey, will definitely do that model the hell out. Bruins. So how many have three Martin issues through the swimmer. Yeah, ten eleven twelve years. So, yeah, we'll we'll get to out of the way in one episode because next episode will do the last port of age, nex soldier, x, ten. And then after that we can do soldier x, eleven twelve in one episode cannot away, so so two more episodes will be done with agent soldier. I so what will you moving on nets? Have the people voted? Have they decide? No, they should. Well, what would you like tennis? Gus nets. Pool or some, Christie, pres, stored fig about it. I mean, whatever you wanna do Christopher, pres. I know worry, talking spider, some, maybe some early Spiderman that I don't know. Yeah, fun. Because it's been depressing. Depressing. Team our we'll do for your something. Oh, definitely fun. Dumb pine. Yes. But please Email was a lot of snow. What deadpool would you like us to review Wade's world pod at Jimoh dot com. Facebook dot com. Slash wait the podcast at way the world pod and at sale side kicks on Twitter, Instagram, Wade world. That will podcast and seal sidekicks in while you're on Instagram, follow superconductivity, Intel, Charlie, Esser, Wade, album world. One word. Activity. All one word. And the voicemail six one four three eight two two seven three seven at six. One four thirty eight capes give was your best deadpool impression. Tell us where we can finding one poll for Charlie author halloween's approaching. Are you going dead? That's right. Ooh. Yeah. Yes, it is. Your cause play shared on the social media. As long as it's family. Where can people find you for not so family friendly cost. Wanna fight me are following me as the might me. CW air overseas writing launch pause when teen. I have a lot to say about it at low hellfire is you talk super mayor small little or. Five minutes. Any podcast on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. All right. Any creatives or after's Ryan Reynolds the looking for you night link PDP at CI, Mojo calm on Twitter. I'm at night wing PDP. Had a movie, come out a simple Hamer. Books. I haven't seen it yet, but I heard a rave reviews silent. See this weekend. But yeah, our encourage you guys to go support Rondos wise at nothing, but good things in the book is actually pretty fantastic. We wanna talk to the happy couple starring Anna on Kendra Sousa. If you are. Check that out too. Well, I guess I'd say. No, no. That's right trillion. I think we should have. Ways world. The wrap up. Awesome. Part all. Llosa moan. 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Completely Useless EP 34

Completely Useless

2:04:43 hr | 1 year ago

Completely Useless EP 34

"Burke they'll bring in Brockton this domino's do what you want about the product don't come from Atlanta knows when I walk Dr Shamma. We started doing that. If you order the sandwich you can have it as a salad now. That's just they were just. They were selling salads. Took me a fucking salad started rebranding. Yeah but I mean it's just people feel good about like I was going to have a sandwich. Now have salvation. I'll take a salad. Whatever though Oh okay so I'm I I. I liked it educated on quiz. I love this quiz knows. Expanded their company like way too fast and so they were losing money because a bunch of their franchises couldn't keep up with like they were opening like like how starbucks is one down the street. That's how quiz was I remember school. They open to pretty close pretty close. Yeah so that was. They weren't situation. Yes yeah like data. Levi's opened to many and so then start our quiz nose was like fuck it. We'll don't money into commercials and they start come with weird commercials so the Christmas commercials are pretty. They they weren't even now they're like okay. You compare commercials for Awhile and back then remember the comes guy all crack in the fucking beast. I'm fucking yeah wanting to was sonics crackhead over. Tell some tales. Would you doing a hell of a drug starburst commercial? The Berries and cream. I do know okay so commercial and it's really weird skateboarding and this dude dressed up like a pilgrim because by and the dude is all berries and creaming the guy like did you say berries and cream and he says it all fucking weird then. He sings the song super like Corey. Berries doubles down doubles down harder. I can also really hope that that's what it was. That was just with my head as a person right. Welcome to another episode of completely useless with Franken Pablo. We're back again yet. Another week of this bullshit. You're listening to right now. So thank you very much guest. You can see them all over the place doing comedy and stuff. Yeah I a podcast. I don't know if he's still does diesel podcast. So I got over zealous and I just started doing you know like I got a tester episode out and I was like I guess I'll just put them and then and then he just one month I didn't put one out and then there was embarrassing and those two months and you're like oh you're the have now now now if you go back you gotta start a new pot back right like never addressed the fact that I fail right now. What are you talking about either way or Nesta? How're you doing doing pretty good? It's like when we got here. We say hi to him weird. I don't know why this is the place that they were like. Yes walking follow anywhere so I was at the store. Those a conversation wasn't even interesting either with because I try to get in there and I was like to fuck to talk That's funny chicken sandwiches. Always we did like four episode on chicken sandwiches we did. There was actually came to promote many chicken sandwich. That'd be do it. If you start a chicken sandwich line that'd be in. I would actually start chickens out hopping on the edge. Have you seen the the newest Internet challenge? That just came out. I just learned about it today. I think it's called the Oud yet. Challenge it's like some stupid dance that you do with your feet but like you like you know that dance that like older people do from like the eighties when they step forward and kicked their shoes together and you're talking about the kitten play the guests. The kittens play. Well they'd like a newer different. But it's like the same so it's a newer version that goes with this new Spanish song. Let's go so we have to do that now. Part of the NAPA FUCKING STUPID ASS. Dan. We gotta put it on the Internet. No glanced lost in the sea of videos that I didn't. I flirt talented dancer. He was going to say a great band. Hanger believe that because he used to be thin. Thank you know what I mean. And then now doesn't mean anything. How many how many people you know that that can hip hop dance lessons for cougars Kreischer. No L. L Jane Past one level left hand. Yeah I that's why that's why it just never learned football football like dancing. Never did it so I never know being Hispanic you didn't have family parties and like get interested that way. It's really kind of got really sad. Y- but I mean I don't really like going to parties like especially Mexican party. They'll always give you like pasta or something like that but like it's got bone okay. So you don't like bones bones in it and will give to the flavor all right that's everybody's the FBI because it's true that's everybody's then like like you suck amounting. Do you cook in the Middle Act. He he's from Mexico are you. What part of Mexico to see? Well I was born there and lived in a of couple of a few states different states. How many how old were you when you got here? Eleven seven there talk some shit. I I think I think that California has happened. Yeah I think people have told me my accent's like it's not like full Mexican accent. Yeah just so so. I was like at the right age. He's got like a kid at a backyards. Gosh oh access. I used to be super interscope. I used to ice shows all the time. Yeah I'm I've been He's been birthday river. Rats cool I see them a logical because I know some girl I said enough really remind never mind. His phone starts ringing so he knows what it was. One of the band members girlfriend. That's what was happening which has been in. Westbourne member wack never know at least by the end of the episode. We'll find out. That's the yeah. Yeah I will ruin life as funny. Well I hope it's not my home Francisco that it's an river Francisco. Baby you know. Does it look like that's GonNa look like me and my guy? He's me me without a hat. That's right that's right. It's like who who was it. Who Don't who we had here but this is kind of the same situation because it was like we all just look like the same guy. That's at a different stage of weight loss. That's what happened. You know. That's disclosure to target weight. Yeah definitely it's you and the one hundred pounds and it's me and you lose another like fifty now saying I did a joke. The someone on mic about intermittent fasting. But I stopped doing. I'm pretty sure everyone's doing that. Because I was like. Oh British I was up in doing that for years. Broke Shit you know. I'm just not having breakfast because I can't afford it when I was a kid. My parents used to intermittent fasting for over three days. The warning Michael. You still have three days three days. You're fine don't worry about it but yeah what's up with you guys know. My insurance just kicked all fucking health insurance. Insure up that exist. But you see my car right now operating at forty seven kill it. I love for you so for everybody right now. That's good good for you insurance. Go I used to have insurance good insurance and I took for granted. Yeah City Insurance and it fucking insurance. I used to have that Kaiser Permanente or you won't pay anything except guys permanente but the good one to the top level for cheap my job. Thank Tigers but I remember. I had that when I was late because I used to be a Baker. And should you know that's right but is that something that you like to do or bakery now? Okay but what was I saying about Kaiser? It was the dumbest Jake because I paid this money and then I have to sit as insurance. I remember one time I got sick and I try to go in. And he said well. You need an appointment. I'm I don't know if I can make an appointment to get sick the dumbest like you know like I think they have. They have so many guys who've dramatic and also what I liked about him was that they had so many locations Don't get me in the riverside locations fucking crazy. Yeah that's just fucking huge. They have a bunch of little depending which one they have so many locations permanente sponsorship is brought to you by. We're just GONNA do that every week. Now dollars we will feel you ever week different ad for him and let your sponsor shit. Last week was after pay. Yes I still love. I still love after not used after bell. Do you Kim. Bye baby boy I tell you. They're having a list of places and it's a lot of websites and you can buy whatever you want. And then they split it into four payments no interest every two weeks. He's got your debit. So I got a guy like this really nice boots and shit. I'm paying twenty twenty six bucks a week Jack and I did. I did not get that with after pay because it was a it was a black Friday deals. They make money. I don't think this interest if you're late on your payment yes so if you if you will I shit. They might always late and they didn't do shit so you have seven days after your late. And then they fuck and then they charge you like a thirty five dollar late and they probably wouldn't make the money's people are probably dumbest fucking then just simply for sure that I mean that happens to me. You know so about some Van Dealer Day with that champagne ten dollars every two weeks. He's though yeah and like the minimum thirty dollars and then he goes straight to your house too. Yep you get you get online lying. You know so. Yeah you'll get a yeah you'll get right away not when you're done paying. Not that bullshit layaway. Yeah Yeah Fuck that. Yeah this real shit. This is looking after millennials nights thing look it up every every commercial now like that. Let's on Youtube like those little yellow bars on the video. They're all targeted to millennials. Like this I think it's bullshit that I have to wait two weeks to get paid. I know you gotTa was what you they tell you. How often they pay you random. It's going to be three weeks or something out about it. Do you still work there. You know what I mean just relax. Don't you hate it to your job? Pays you on time. Fucking shit timely manner to pay you exactly every two weeks fuck them. You know you can't hold onto your patients SAV latest date. Usually you could plan accordingly. Yeah Yeah but fuck them for comments. Don't you hate when you just don't get paid at all? I mean how many book Lincoln. But YOU'RE GONNA pay them not exactly because I have no budget. I'm sorry I started poking holes in your thing I'm sorry started sector comedy. What a fucking asshole. Well it's different on stage right free form. You know right now so I went to. I went to Mike last night and Temecula and it looked like it was going to be very promising to Mike is good. I'm not talking on the Mike or the venue that plus get but there was people. There's that'd been real rude like oh the whole back row of the room. Just talk through. Everyone Sets Comics Nano. It was a bunch of people like just regular people. The room was full of. It was a Mike. Though right. It's a my but the migrants poverty people actually go there. You've been the Shamrock Shit. Yeah he's awesome. It's actually interesting because I've never seen everybody always listen. Yeah see normally place for comedy and people go and like that show has been going on for a long. It's been going on as long as I've been doing comedy so it's been at least around like for sure five year by no. It's older than that. I think he's GonNa get tickets ahead for them for them though they do a Mike a show and then a contest kind of like a Mike. Okay Yeah so he just to book shows in a month he Sponsor has like a cash link incentive. I think yeah for the contest is legit conscious. You get paid out one hundred fifty dollars cash and then you get fifty dollars on Gift Card and you get a paid spot on another time. Oh cool so you win a good amount of money like a good amount of and then I mean you could be worth your time if you fucking good enough or whatever. Yeah it's definitely worth going if you're a comic in the Nigerian. It's it's a great Mike but either way last night there was this one lady the group it was early ten people and there's being super rude and then everyone was like trying to like it like it was hard to get the attention of the people because people were just kind of like they couldn't hear the comic and then it would distracting like there was a whole side of them. That was there for comedy. So they're like Abbott. Turn over just to them is really weird. Yeah I was at story yesterday. Stay for long but I saw Bert Kreischer fucking until like one of the best stories. Retold was dope. Yeah no I'm not going to be in this last special. Yeah the one he just did because he just he just filmed it just he just just on the new one next year but he said he had that material was Mr. He had been touring with before right now he started. What exactly yeah. That's that's what I'm saying. This isn't and the main room this room. That's that's crazy. I love the saw I. The main room is just like a whole different beast but then the or I liked it because he can just watch people. Try Out there. Like George Carmichael author with Knowlton. Tracy Byrd was doing when we went to a show in the basement. They film it on Tuesdays from like a youtube thing four. Yes yeah they turned the basement to podcast. You and they do What's his name went to? Arkansas can say when they were filming yeah So it was pretty cool and coming up from the US. I'm like walking out of the basement. Probably have those fucking stairs the or just walking up to your hallway per crusher was like right there the rest of it but he was talking. I don't have any fucking material. Dude I don't know ownership really good really exactly the best do all. My impressions are great. They all sound sound. The same. You wouldn't it was not to say like even Women Gabrielle. Us Coming Blake fucking. Destroy the main one time and like it actually. She didn't really like cracking up. Yeah so good. It's crazy to see them. Do their thing. You know like Y. Ya Know It. It's I always say it's so different. Now that when you see them do their life thing the specials kind of become relevant for sure but watching specialist cool to see that for sure like the. It's so much better to go. See Him especially the comedy store where they relaxed. They're not like oh I have the pressure of having to make sure this show goes get because we're recording and we're doing something. I remember seeing a pattern. Nas will only special. He was like a week before recording his special right. Yeah so I saw and it was an amazing show right and then when the special came out like I wish I could quit and I was like that's cool but it wasn't as good as what you saw. Bush would've loved it if I hadn't seen him live Guy Shit. Oh yeah different The last time I went to the comedy store to watch comedy I got to see Tom Sikora Joe Rogan Andrew Rogan. Do a call like an old joke. Which at one of my favorite jokes he does not have you heard about him doing the joke. About how if? You're a homophobe mistake. Dick's are tasty Crystal it was just a bunch of fucking murderers argued. Hamlet the first of all up there just like you know like they're so thick and I hang out there like on Mondays and Tuesdays. Because it's the most pop- nights at thing for Lake Lake comics so I watched like senator all the time but like the only time that I went to go out like a show like it was like with tickets and shit you know I didn't have tickets okay so it was a Ariz Renamed storytelling show. Yeah and so. I was trying to get like a ticket. Maybe because there were sold out hoping somebody dropped out and then I could be out by you know what I mean so I was literally waiting since it started till the end goods and have to wait to see if no one and then everybody showed up. I was like fuck. That sucks. And this guy's wife she didn't bring an ID so she had to go to the car and the guy really fucked already so he didn't WanNa leave and You buy your ticket heels. Just come with me by tuna on down Bro. That was already pink. 'cause he left his wife in the car thing went into the lobby and then they have lecture at the merchandise. Or whatever so they were doing a raffle. And I'll I'll let me get you back and I'll buy like a raffle. You know and I bought them like two tickets and then By was mayhem in them. Some other guy. I don't know them. But there's other guy that's banging his wife. Yeah so we were in there watching the show we watched. The show was amazing. You know it was sick was one of the what was in. It was a Siddiq though on the Mexican got on boots. I think that that story I think Ms Pat was there Steve Reynoso easy was there and I think Joey Diaz Nice Go. Yeah that's cool the lineup and already had. He's he's sold some stupid Astoria being about doing jury duty and how he just like the system over. That was great But then afterwards they like whatever they pulled out the means for the RAFFLE. Those dudes WANNA budget six ship. They like them. And from the tickets you bought. They got a assigned both served by Jordan. Peele for that movie get out. Then they won like Signed comedy albums from other comics It was like a lot of stuff. Yeah exactly I wanted to go rhino. But it's also he let me give you a ticket broker. I'll fucking I'll buy. I'll get back to my bottom tickets. I can't like split it up but I wanted to go watch his show so next time by a ticket because you have the lucky you know hand for yourself and get up on potluck not that lucky accolade from what. I've been trying for your half. They do pick out the the list. But generally you know someone I don't know I don't know how it works maybe that's how it works but but. I feel like I'm pretty confident that I'll get up for sure. They have people. I got the friends and family. Sometimes friends and family fools like throw someone on Komo people here in there or whatever. Yeah I mean with all the door guys and all the people that are like comments you know running around like you gotta get them up. That's the biggest perkins working so I met at it you know. I just hope that one day I'm on that On that side. I mean that'd be patient. Have you done? Kill Tony Yet. I have not. I've gone a bunch of times and I never got pulled stop going. I watched it though. Piss you off when people like when you see people like on facebook. Women's like my first time Yeah that happened to me twice and with comics like I knew you ever see someone that it's like their first time doing comedy. Yes that's the worst one guy doing comedy for the first time. I've just sent dad from Minnesota and he was just like yeah. You know that was like the culture like my my my wife you know. She's she's works my kid to grow to drip down to La. I think comedy story. I guess I figure comedy for the first. Then he gets every contest and every comic already some mother fucker talking thing to get off my my bucket list you know and I was like yeah. It's all he wanted to do and he did it at the comedy store and he did good. You know so. That's good enough for him. He's GonNa die in like ten years they you know. They tried to book them up at the time you want to open up. Breyer Creek. I I still haven't seen them enough time similar life so that I can talk to them. Yeah it takes them in like when she like for me. It took me like two or three times going to the comedy store to get used to like the big name comedians being there and not like not like freaking out and like now. It's not too bad but like it's still sometimes back my head last night. I was really high too so that you know how you get when I'm high. Yeah coming out of bathroom. And it's like Whitney come in some Bert Kreischer. The Oban and fucking Brad Williams. I remember. Who else was able. Also somebody like recognizable in debt. And they're all like around like the door of the bathroom. Haw Oh excuse me just fucking walked off embarrassing. Yeah I touch birds by accident. He looked at me and my accent and trying to ground. She wanted to know walking out and he was like too close to the door hands. Did this excuse me. I sometimes also for sometimes. I'll meet like bigger comics. And just pretend that I don't know they are a real power move Alibaba I. Sometimes they see they know booker. That's what you know what you're talking to me. You know what you're talking. I mean 'cause I tried to name is Joe Rogan factor. I don't normally talk to like will bear garbage like it will be like what's up like 'cause I'll be in the back. Legs Smoking at the back of a patio and be back there. Smoking and like I'll go back there. Smoke weed before right like in and out of rooms watching the belly room always up there you can just watch a bunch of shit life podcast stuff so like I would just be sitting next to people that I will watch on TV. Before I started stand up and it's just like Atlas Ciampi Cooler just the era of the Erik Griffin Erik Griffin Guy. That was there too. Oh Yeah Yeah he sells. I'm sorry I just remember about the story. That's my story and that's all I got to say about that Jenny. We met in an interesting way. I don't know if you remember off I think so. I think I hit you before. I start standard so I had done a post on the face of the comedy group for Empire about trying to do like a house. Show 'cause I just done a house show in Anaheim and that shit was fucking dope like I thought I was kinda nervous. Had heard good things about how shows but I was never felt like you know if you pay attention at bars on stage. Then they're in a house they're just not gonNA care. There's GonNa Continue Partying. Kinda suck but it didn't go down like that like everybody was gonna comment. Yeah that's the only people that show yeah was comedy and then afterwards Chosen Yeah they had like a room of couches and then People can go to the kitchen and they had like a little bar set up so you can buy a drink and get like a slice of pizza and then come back and then hanging out in your no no I. I was performing on it okay but it was never figured it out here. No My my neighbor's wife had cancer so they were going to do it. Your House okay. Yeah you guys were going to do it at your house and you couldn't because of that that's why I said that's what I said. Well that's not what you says. That's why I need to make sure that we're not just make cancer. Research needed a little. A few more context story. What happened was like 'cause I my Ba- my roommate and they wanna play the bass woman. Play the drums. This when you were still in San Bernardino before you started you say okay and then so we will play music sometimes in the House and Liz. That's why we moved in together so we could just play music and we just had we host to do so then like that this time like he was complaining. All the time and So then we were trying to do the outshined. Do the show on my roommates. Were on board and then so we try to just be nice. We were going to do it anyways and so I went over to him and say. Hey which loans you know we're GonNa do you know little show back here? And he was just like well. My wife got cancer and I was like. I don't know how that you know like it's going to give them more candy. She needs her around comedies. Delicate state arrested shit. She's already got it through like like I was going to be one night. I don't know why maybe you're like. I gotta go to work early in the morning. I just don't WANNA listen to that. Shit like our batteries. And then maybe he didn't want and that's what he was doing. He was just like I hated. A comedy look hates joy he did. He was like this old fucking this old do also. I mean he's had cancer so let's get this. I don't know if your wife Jesus kidding. He doesn't WANNA be trying to offend them. Not but it was hilarious. 'cause like my roommate really hated him and he would call him a rat. Fuck was face that read. Fuck rate is the funny. It wasn't so media fucking I duNNo. It just happened. Yeah so she got cancer so we can have the show so but then you'll find out how they were still alive or what. Yeah well it's been a little while maybe we'll never know okay. Well I don't I don't WanNa know what's in the box. I'm just going to drop it on. Yes speaking people who possibly died you hear about that cop that fondled the dead body and got caught on the body cam today. That's funny. That happened today. A lot of bodies no study could've fuck up the grab it did but the problem was I mean it. Probably he was a cop and did it and then problems book. Absolute fucking lack of professionalism. That's easy to work then. He turns off the body camera. But there's a two minute delay when they turn off so instead of like waiting. The two minutes he went in he was like just started thing. Here incur back on track breath. Yes can exhilarate thirty name during shit like you ever a strange name a different look into miles there. Bob I do you look like you fondled. A dead person. Yeah Yeah but frankly would always do one of the first people. I met here in in. Stand up when I started pretty cool And I believe he gave me some pointers as well at some time and then soon after I met Pablo and I believe it was Claremont flappers. Nice yeah probably. I started there so I don't remember how we met at all. I just know that I know you asked you to help them with the joke. And you were like no you dump it as year. Yeah I met literally the nobody has ever asked me to open with the joke but also sometimes I get people like joke. I give him a little punch up or whatever and they've always liked it. Maybe people should ask me to help them with their. So if you want to help Pablo joke dial one. Eight hundred nine hundred meter helping your job. You can call it. Oh yeah adult. I don't really. It's just a fucking joke about like something simple. Like what if say you're GONNA kill yourself? Thought every show them into suicide joke about how it was late returning a book to the library. And you wanted to kill yourself. I'm confused. Pull this story though. You don't think of suicide you'd never get. He'll say you're just waiting for the part about this and then when the you WanNa kill yourself like Oh that's not how people live off right. Real jokes quipping hack. Let me know. Titanic suicide yet now. It's a tight twenty but now it's a tight twenty. I think on eating being fat and suicide. Yeah Yeah probably you. You should talk that. I'm getting real fat. I'm not the heaviest right now. I've ever been in my field great right now. I would like to twenty two. You've I weigh three. Oh to I haven't lost anyone away but lost fifty pounds though fetish. I literally was like and then he out it was funny. I was like dude. I think I know where the story was frank. Stop and he just Rolls University. You look back like not like oh you gotta show that. We're worried about pretty much medians. Tell me they were like. This isn't a joke. I know I know where Comedians here but seriously just go to a gym. Oh Yeah and then this dude dude. I'm concerned about frank and I was warranted me to be concerned and I was like yeah. Yeah we're talking about that Shit. We're worried about you but we would not the other day when this want me. Why are you worried about any way? Not Now we're most worried at that point that point. We're glad that you were getting better. And it was noticeable. It's pretty bad way. She was so bad you know. We're we're asleep. Everywhere were numb. And what does that come from being fat? That comes to being fat because of two things for me it was because I still have sleep apnea but it's not as bad awake apnea also. I've seen you know sure I was fall river and it was because of lack of sight. Reason was because I I got diabetes and so I started one or two or two which is from being found out that. Have you been officially diagnosed. Yes when your feet go numb. If I knew you'd like to the doctor told me that you have type two diabetes. Cause never told me that he just always saying that but like you know no no for sure. It's a pressure so no no you'll never know but I'm in the I'm I'm so early on though I can reverse it so and I've seen already reversal. Because the second thing that was keeping me up was seen It it started just penal at night where I was getting a blow to the like at least four to five nine thousand four hundred five times a night just to get up to pee exchanges. Also drinking a bunch. Of course WWL's drinking no so Your bladder by those last math month or months rather you weren't drinking beer anything we'll remember. I was drink. I had stopped drinking a long time ago. Like it kind of happened accident. It was very ready drinking beer and she yet because I was poor this. That's good. I'm telling you man. Yeah everybody should go for a couple months. You'll fucking look great. Yeah no four in like I'm still pretty fat. I don't know how you do it. You know what I remember. One day is really bad. That's that's probably what else you got a switch to whiskey Bro. You got to stop drinking for three weeks and nothing happened. That was I was doing. I'm the only person that I've heard that. Stop drinking beer for this long and fucking gained weight. Everyone's like you stop drinking beer and you go down chicken wings kind of a lot. I was in the waiting not. Okay Okay Yeah there myself by the way chicken. It's good but yeah it was lack of sleep from what happens is a protein starts leaking into your Your bladder already leaking sons back. Yeah Yeah and so now. Things should be legal. Everything is so what happens is a protein starts going into your your or go to urinary tract and that triggers you to have to p a lot and so it started with the nighttime peeing and. I was just letting that go. And then it got progressively worse to where I was like peeing every hour during the days. Just pissing everywhere. Yeah I was like fucking what he was taking and I drinking. Like this this amount of water I was drinking it and less than Thirty minutes lasts less recording with it before he started ship it was. I'm not bragging with a for the last recording. Did He beat fucking like five times during the hour. And a half what. Start getting scary. That that they're the pink or not the the wool the nuns. What I told you had a lot of things we have coming up in just like oh I should definitely do something. The numb it wasn't in my toes kind of and That was like I went to a gym that day in signed up for a program that I smoke too many cigarettes out my fingers will get feeling weird. We'll probably your veins to now multiple letter. Yeah Yeah that was to happen to me a lot when they smoke tasted smuggled to today for your find your fine twenty eight. How do I just turned twenty so well? Okay you're fucking. How old do you like? They're turning thirty thirty seven this month this month. When is your birthday thirty? Fuck you talk are sold. Guy December thirty first number nearly thirty. Do you think he wants to. He wants to go to a strip club that day. Yeah now's like. Is it going to be good on years? They're going to be worse popping on your year. Yeah they do like event. Yeah very looked. I've Have you ever gone to that To the Strip club where like the MMA fight each other? What Games and what's that? We're going I mean you could even go there. They have three dollar steaks on Wednesday or something. When I tell you I've heard only good things about stakes at strip clubs by one or try wife read first of all. We were skeptical about it. We thought it was GONNA be like like like like like like fuck and we're going to go and we'll get like multiple stakes would beers. They're only fifty whatever you know see some titties whatever you know and then we go and they were pretty good stakes. They're better Danny's I'll tell you okay. That's that's I mean. That's Yeah No. Yeah Three Bucks. Three Bucks and it came with fries. It looks pretty solid but then but then I way too. Many in my stomach was hurting and I did. It was just real power move right. Just go sit in the front and wasn't tipping drinking because I was just really sad about and then So eventually like this girl came up. She was trying really hard to get our attention because we weren't dipping To be fair we just effort to for to grow came up and she. She like a really aggressive. She's with criminal type in the front. That's why people go to the front anything if anything. Not Tipping also. You're taking up space for a guy that maybe wants to come to the front. I just watched one stripper. This is the second struggle came out. That's that are that she's already trip while we're not and it's like you're halfway through your dance. You know what I mean is like can I make? I'm trying to get my options here. You know what I mean. I really liked that first girl. Tipping you know. That's what that's what I was thinking too. 'cause like the first and I've only been to assert with once. Are they just never? I just never saw the appeal of Obligated tip every stream. No the thing is like I wasn't I wasn't in the front but girls were coming up to see if I wanted to dance now. It'd be like now because like I was like wool. I see other ones that I would rather dance whenever you know. I'm not trying to sound like an asshole. But if I didn't like her enough no I'm just trying I'm trying to see. I think I'll toss a couple of dollars. Just they don't get mad but I feel like they respect into things like I feel like because they're just they're just trying to get the job that I'm telling you this grows getting mad. And then she was like talking shit like she would come up and be sexy and talk shit to me using a piece of shit you more money and started. She linked me in the face. Service happened they cut back one of those things where I'm concerned about. Sure I WANNA kill myself with that type movies. No no it's I could see it. I could see it you do you think. Do you think that men are more perverted than women or women? More than men. I think some women are can be more but I think generally men are more perverted. Yeah I think like I have this theory. I bunch of guys that I've talked to about this and they're just like yeah. I don't care what position do as long as we're having sex you know what I mean. And they're like basically like whatever she's into and I know all these girls are like you gotTa do this. You got on the Dick. That's yeah yeah I know but I think they're wiling out. I think it happens like I think it's kind of like changing like everybody watches porn and now it's like acceptable for them to watch born. I was talking about having a porn addiction Like yesterday. I think it's weird but I think that we've done. We've been at that level for so long. It's you know what I mean. It's almost going the other way. Yeah yeah that's normal for one talking about her emotions and shit. I've always seen girls kind of be like well. I want this and this and this very demanding about what they want but also I think. Sometimes they're afraid to ask is what they want. I don't know yeah and I think they're starting to change. But yeah usually women that you're gonNA think ask out there now. Yeah exactly like you said it's like I'll do whatever you want shit position who. Somebody had a joke like that. Maybe it was Dacia. Bill winky dropped like four of them. we talked about those in one of those probably and it was like a two couple. Is this your man? He's like he's only like who was talking about sexy but he's he's gone he's GonNa go as far as you let them. Yeah basically like they're really weird like if you give them the option to like keep getting he's GonNa on. All women would have the same desire. They wouldn't push. Oh yeah that's obviously a word. Just generalizing here you know. Yeah yes know. But why do you think like they'll get into like bill? I think women will reach a point where I think men will kind of go for like a year and there's while she was still do I'm not into it. I don't think he mentioned it earlier too. I I dated a girl that like legit one hitter. Those that's the one on though. No no she wanted me to hit it like hard like little slap hitter you know. And that's that's the one. The first time that that I felt like a bitch. 'cause I couldn't hit it harder longer even travels i. I'm not making a snacking. Noise and shit is like like she wanted to like give. Beat up isn't crazy bro. Like all girls like like when you like grabbed their neck and shit. Yeah that's choking standards. Yeah exactly it's really becoming standard banking standard spinning your mouth standard or those joke okay. Yeah Oh yeah. I don't do our girl I for sure do that But on to Vegas a few years ago and I got to hang out with. Yeah it's been around Hanging out with the stripper. After like we we had met. Strip club and we revive in and then afterwards he was like. Do you WanNa like hang out after I was like sure and so after The club closed down. We left and we went to breakfast and and doing whatever was like a million. We diabetes the squeaky chair. Yeah the littlest Hollis wish. I thought we were. It was getting hard. He knew he was gonNA fuck and he had it that all of that is no she job she wants. She wanted to go drink and I was like. Oh let's go back to the casino and then we could. We started drinking and then we went and got food actually. Yeah but either way Food and everything was going coup reviving. We're talking and then I had asked the waiter for coffee because I was really tired. I've been up all night. And we're about we're GONNA drive home that morning and so I had asked them for coffee and he forgot to bring the coffee and then I asked for what a pc and I was like. Hey can you just? Don't forget the cars this time and then the stripper like double down on that and was like my man wants a motherfucking lives there. She knows how to talk to the staff to get shit there but when she said that I realized that Schaefer blocking nothing you can. I realized that she'd been talking. Shit to the weight of the whole time but I was too tired and drunk care and then she says Oh fuck and then she did. I making uncomfortable. Oh no no maybe like. We're good 'cause fucking. Nah maybe good Eddie Murphy. I had a fear Boehner looking. I still haven't seen that door. My Name and fucking motherfuckers. It's good movie I I don't want to move you your failure. Big a file. Is that what it is you? Yes but I'm not as I. I wasn't seem to be. We're GONNA MAKE SHOOTS COMING OUT. Check out wait for our merge. Yeah I really like movies like getting into them but I'm not the kind of movie buff that like gets into like really old classic movies. I know this one do. That's a real like oh. Have you seen something like that? Yes Ezekiel honestly like your tries to grabs it up and he tries too hard to. That's how all the gadget will wall seen Casablanca. You're not cool yeah. There's a lot of people who movie buffs that are like that and I find it kind of annoying when w thirties. I just watched Ocean's eleven for the first time the original. It's not a good classic movie Tom. And so it's not a very good movie like the original one was bad but the old ones I i. I like them not all of them but I do like them because I think that they'll rely much on music like not to make an intense. They'll have like a senior completely quiet and it'll be like a long winded seen among wooded monologue. And it's like some some of those things are because now is like our attention span is like it's gotta be an explosion. Somebody's GonNa blow job and now it's fucking some type of lesson learned role. Jason Bourne fast. Free movies are cool right shit about the Jason Bourne. Movies really changed the whole actions on run. How they're shooting when identity one identity those movies. That was the first time action. Movies have been shot that we were. It's like looking in onto the action. That's what it was so long. A copycat movies came out and then it actually changed the industry from there on how they shoot action stuff so it was. I forgot what my point was. It was a point to point that US. We're talking about everybody because I feel like I feel like he was saying something. And then you're like a stripper ones. I'm a big story. Where master aggressive. Because she was aggressive and I was like. Oh that's a that's what she aggressive when you fucked it because that's what we're talking about we want. That's what the crowds out there. The the old listener you know what I mean. Yeah They WanNa hear about is the useless people out there. What what are you? What are you all them? You know we haven't name you. Let's see they use leads? I like that. The use the Aussies Aussie Australian demographic me. No one in Australia. Podcast thing goes out those a month when we gotta find this newsroom Austrailia. Yeah I thought it was going crazy. That's not annoy. Then they left. That's listen you guys braces. Yeah what he's like. Hey Crocodiles on the over there you fucking do. Because that's their stereotype. There's not thrilled about it. Say The fucking line. They'll fucking murder you. They'll throw literally like have you walk up to a Mexican year like say you'll kill. Beckel them he's going to kill you. You weren't old enough in. The nineties happened a lot. I wanted to remember a couple years ago It was a commercial for something but They didn't tell you. I so. I just looked like a movie trailer for a crocodile. Dundee Chris Hemsworth and yet McBride was supposed to play was supposed to play a crocodile. Dundee's kid he's rich now or whatever. I think. I like Chris. Hemsworth picks him up when he goes back to Australia or something. But then after that I found that it wasn't a real I was like fuck. I wanted to see that. See that Shit and then come to find out that like everyone's like oh that's the pity me of an Australian and then that that other do she's walking around once a Steve Irwin yet. But he was just walking around as being a bad. It's just kind of just being absolutely killed. Your list is killing off. His Dad's stuff his. Yeah he has his own show. He Ferguson. Every single time he goes into the tonight show. We'd love see wherever and he's like. Okay like 'cause he yeah. Well I mean but but that was his dad. You know. He's yeah. I don't know if I was a library. Now they'd be doing that together. Exactly you know. And they have a fucking son in that show and even if he is using that thing he still they in an alley gets to still fucking turtles gun door but just for this. What are the Rings? Okay dammit Fuck Real God damn it no. Yeah but like go under gone door Ghandour ask you heard our doors. Keep doing it as the bar of just go. We'll do that. Shit took a right of passage because nobody could redo the sword until he did it by or command. The army's sinophile. Sinophile Jarvis is the only one that could say crikey and then like maybe like a thing because everyone else is doing. It would struggle for him to have to do that. I'm sure it's really struggled. Does he went like when the guy went to get the sword? There was like a whole. Yeah shot Mexican. I'm half Mexican. My Dad was born in Tj and then half Peruvian. My mom was born in Lima Peru and I was like. Oh He's Mexican Mexican and I was like your Auto Mall and I thought I thought the Peruvian. I never thought that Mexican. Yeah also did. I grew up Joe Public now. I think I didn't really learn to appreciate the Peruvian side of things too like way later. But after like personalities in is the Peruvian side like Star Wars will he just? You know it's funny. The cuisine really about their football I I dated a Ecuadorian grow. Yep that's right there yeah. They have a lot of similar dishes girl with great actually. That's it but yeah no the cuisine and then I got really strange Thing on Christmas which is interesting Basically like in small cities they didn't activists no. We're better the they beat the shit out of each other. Let's go see nine six. What they'll show from the show from from the sports channel did a special on Peru on the Peruvian fighting. I'm appreciate advised it in a way to do it. So Cool One. I really WANNA go. Might somebody see I feel good. You'RE GONNA start hitting somebody's mom inch really Sexually separated yeah but but I think everyone over there generally is small person. Oh for sure other your little Brown Eyes Years Troy Troy Troy. You're going to be the fucking big comes out in the beginning. I don't WanNa find like because that's not like they do that for reasons not like a touristy thing touristy thing it used to be more of a reason they like cool with that yeah the first day the trump is get the fuck outta chickens and. I think that's what it originally was the perch and now they don't kill each other train all year so they have In the a lot of gyms all boxing do they have a terrific and it's not as intense and then they have a wreck a real one. Where like it's not just 'cause like the tourist one if once you go to the ground it's like Oh you're done you're done like who won if he's getting someone in that try. I'd say are you. What would you do that? What do we were? Were trying to fuck and set up some fights in the backyard right here. He didn't even here to let you do. That's what I was just what I was saying. I got a lot of press accident. Kills like he was in the military. Fuck it fuck someone up. Nah I'll be proud. He's like he's like Luis Gomez of ages. I'll fight anybody but as I was telling earlier. They like we used to do that. Shape for sport like I have some friends to do that. And there was like there was no beef with a get mad about anything. My roommate we had in the garage. We have like padded down. We would Mma One time my friend like he's I. I was like headquartered him a little bit of just working the body you know do my little thing and all of a sudden I lean back and fucking chocolate right. David thankful for like he just really like that movie. I remember one time. My cousin was living me and didn't work out G. I agree because like we were arguing all week about shit and it got to the point. We're driving and he said something really dumb to me that just set me off and I driving and I just remember like going for the face and then my my brain in the middle of the punishment nothing in his face but hit him in the head about to hit him in the face and so I like probably a Peruvians saying do you fucking hits me back and we fucking I've pulled over. We go ended really comfortable and my sister's the bachelor stop it and we stopped. We go down the road a little bit and just silence breathing heavy. And I'm just like you WANNA give McDonald. That's the one that he hit me but this is what I had a huge headache and Wa- I don't know why we were at the. He was legal so we were trying to get like some representative. Some type of were happening. Oh Damn sure won't be somebody that get maybe like point is in the right direction. They have like a Mexican fucking counseling. I don't know how he can get a job and support for being illegal. Yeah when we win. They're trying to get them some help. So I literally went in there with like a good intentions but I had like a hardcore fucking migraine and this goes being the most annoying person I've ever in my and I was like dude stop. You know. And he wouldn't need and we were just in the in the Carousel Mall. This is the one and it was like. Nobody's there the mall and then and then I just started like socket and then we just started fighting him and he slapped me on the ground that I got on top of them like in the sprawl. Yeah I was in this. Hit Him in the face and then he had to drive me home. Yeah no it was. I just remember like I was GonNa take him so hard in the face and then beat someone up. Not Anger like that. It's a sport. It takes a lot to want to fight to have anger a lot. You know that's the thing is like I think that's why we like once we were done with whatever that was it was just like we're mad anymore but because it was just we need to get it out but when you fight for sport it doesn't. It's not personal so it's you know even if you get hit in the face. Oh whatever sometimes I would rather than in In arguments with guys I would rather we just fight then then go through the whole thing because it does because it's like because then if if you just talked shit my talk show and we're going to keep talking shit and then you that person's just GonNa be mad about it forever and now just dogging me every time it's like let's just fight and then I can move on with my life started. Comedian Fight Club. We need it people just arguing all the time. There is a lot of. There's a lot of weird beef with begins. That's actually if you had to find a comic even headliner even Joe Rogan. You don't you will fight I know you'll be shot to wants his name. He's not really. He's not like known they can take. We'll sacele sheen she's seen Charlie Sheen. Oh Fuck Gabe. What's his bucket mercy? Jeff Christie I I would totally buy me so this podcast which is not likely I will. No talking would be so awesome from Jimmy Neutron okay. That's why we're on scene. Yeah he's really proud. I didn't know that yeah. Yeah he's really proud of that too. You know who you're talking to them. Sheath I was super psyched and then I got to know Jeff Garcia and then. It was not psyched but I would. I would totally what about Bruce Jingles you're totally fine Brazil but I feel like Bruce Shingles my kick my ass now. He's he's tall though. Yeah he's Tall Lanky. Yeah you're right around the checks. I saw my God but also Bruce Jingles is like a big guy. Yeah he is and he's like not like fat. You just like walk like an old guy now he he was like you were getting lower and lower like he's like so that's what. I was old. I shouldn't you shouldn't fight them. Louise I'll fight of our. Yeah that's what I said. He's going to fight bobble. I won't Fi make you do. That'd be good one that you would fight. He's GonNa Fight Alfred of for sure for sure. Cassisa he was supposed to like he's like in the show. We're by he's everything he's he's going to set up supposedly trying to get at your weight classes along so maybe five points on the two who is a big. He's pretty big like why'd he's like probably I don't know if he's ever five or anything. This is much like a like a fighter or whatever you know who knows his brother and like Scott manner Sunday maybe has his brothers in Moscow. Okay he's one of the horns first of all. I love that band and it's weird that I I never knew that about Pau. Hang out more now. But he's pretty big. Yeah he's a big guy. Yeah I we bump heads a lot like we do bump heads the united they seek you. I would like I would just for fun because my friend. Yeah I don't know if I can't Zeki fighting. You know for sure no no. He's not a fighter. Why would love to watch that? Nobody he might be also worried about his risk because he broke both wants so like what if they're not jerks awful lot or was good for what in high school football playing football? Never seen this course. I believe you can see this courses doing what. I don't know exactly what I wasn't listened to story. Probably I mean he's athletic. You know what I mean. Not with them No. He's not a clinic maybe what he looks like it when they walk into his car. Through like you see me get winded eating a sandwich more wind up doing nothing so stays windy normal. That's before you started losing weight. It just sounded like that. Awesome kidding. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah Yeah I know strangers with tell me they would just turned like if I was waiting to cross the street. They would turn me and be like are you okay. Yeah I'm how many times did I ever do that? Come down through the concern that scared street evaluating call an ambulance. Yeah you sounded like you were having a heart attack. Well now I drink can sometimes eat better and I go to your class. Give out the hospital or anything else guy. That's how we're going to get my exam at Kaiser every once and a rush. Oh Fuck it was. Kinda like that so I is way yellow. You GotTa Jaundice Bill a month. I thought it was normal now and before you went away at fuck you at Kaiser they take your your vitals no matter what you go in for so they were taking my blood pressure and then the nurses like Oh and I said what I I'll be back. You're dying. She grabbed another nurse and then they like redid the tests. And there's a are you relaxed and I was like yeah. I don't feel anything so it was just like okay. Then they get another if you just like more and more nurses and then it's like is everything okay. I asked the nurse. And they're like oh. Yeah just chill. We'll say okay and the doctor comes on. He's like we're going to admit you hospital. I was like what the fuck your blood pressure is. Way Too high for you just sitting down so we need to get your blood pressure low before we can say. I'm so glad I had good insurance. Yeah they were like yeah they were like lay down and they put me in a room to lay down and they gave me like potassium society inducing and it was a little bit but I I just didn't WanNA freak myself out so I was just like just chill because the more you think about it yesterday or make it worse. Okay and then they were like the prescribe me medication. And that was it for your jaundice now for my but Yeah that was like the beginning of it. All and then within the beginning of the end of yet and then he he gained another fifty pounds. And then no fucking another for your like. If you're going to bottom out you really got to go. Ask what you fucking. You already did all like like if you start doing drugs and it's like if you're on math also try heroin before you not wrong a right before you go. You get cleans it. This is a couple more things you probably would happen. I'd rather do heroin now but then you do it and you accidentally overdose because you're lookin' You know and then you die. I've seen him in. Frank was close to you. Know where you were when you got admitted to that does that is literally why they put you thing. Medically they might. He might die at any time. Yeah they were. They were so they were worried. I would say you weren't close to dying because he's totally what's fair okay. So I'll explain what happened. So Pablo passed out the scratchers. If you're repeating listener you know what's up but if you're new listener Me and I can barely afford this podcast. So we play scratchers every week to try to fund the PODCAST so Yeah This Week. We got a new car because we got was a really shitty won tickets like saying if one of us win we have to split it. You get five percents. Even if it's my cord talking Barton Power Move I guess is my Goddamn podcast. That's why anybody's listening. I named Attorney Comedians. Attorney I continue on six. I won't tell you because obviously but go fuck you. I'm pretty sure. How does this work probably picked him up? Yeah fuck cover. The ones undercover a two dollars. Simba any spot and double. The prize uncover three dollars. Symbol in any spot in triple that prize. Easy in any spot win. All prices fucking Reno is on the bottom. Oh my call the from that part your little scratch scratching and if you get one of those things wrong for the bottom or you get a a one a two or three twenty nine eight for eighteen ten twenty seven penny. Nah I found this anywhere here. We shoulda pennies. We will use last week. Eighteen taking notes home. The reminds us. We drive twenty seven. This should sites says what what would you start out this brand new addiction. Oh do I honestly ever since I've never scratchers like consistently before with ever since we got these time. Go to the gas station. I'm like fuck I'll just get one or you'd be buy scratch. We'll endgame sponsorship you want. Tell us about I catch and then all these fucking supposed to get a one or one two or three or the word easy. Actually you thought about this segment. Frank you thought about this. Turn three hundred all I did. I did go ahead for that. 'cause like that was like one of the first things like the first message I ever got from. Someone listened to the podcast was about to set the scratch. They really liked it you know. I think it's getting replaced. Dr People have still up for you. Thank you thank you for checking the got going on here. Yeah I think it's it's fun. People keep people keep telling us it's fun for them so as long as people keep telling us it's fun for them. I think I'll keep doing it. Okay I'll keep saying shitting this. Yes welcome Mike. Yeah I'll come here and get high and drink beers and taught bullshit to the MIC. That's true Yeah Shit. That new trailer for the new James Bond movie looks hard. Fuck who's The gym? It's still Daniel Craig. No they're going to wait. I think this is what I think is called water because there was a lot of rumors about He's June bond right. Yeah and they. They're introducing Disney character. The other girl Beckley right but she she's another A double owed which is like a rank on the she's also like oh the whole thing is like they're going to replace them with a black woman instead of a guy to be like fuck you to the people that I am a write in I. I should also be in a wheelchair data. Yes she's in the movie so that's what that's what. I thought it was the only thing that gets me is like the last few movies have been leading to like him ending not being with the series anymore and then the very last movie that they did the villain like forget exactly what he did. But he basically made James Bond his vision's Blurry Line. Not No no didn't say that way. Because he makes he knows drilled into his where his eyes are and killed some of the nerves so that he can't see like people's faces to the milky. Yeah that was like the whole thing is at the end. He was like you'll never be mercier loved ones again. That was like this is the dumbest fucking kind of we're trying to do. Just kill and side of his face. The thing is that early early bond movies like that. There were ridiculous like that. Yes this trying to bring back because the bad guy in that movie all the biggest like one of those guys that's been introduced before he's like the biggest fucking building. Yeah because you know. He's the one who he. He's someone from his childhood like like back in the day and yeah they're kind of ridiculous now especially for the time that they're just will they had a guy who would kill people with by throwing his hat at them. Yeah you remember that job. He's he does why he had a bowler hat that was had like he would throw them and it would hit them in the neck and head and remember how the last Batista was. They're not so that was that was that was. That was a character hat. He was supposed to be playing that. Oh but it's like a different version above guy you know but no hat throwing he. He did through a stupid though he threw a bat. Okay it was much different. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah that was his name. Oh that's cool you ever watch You did you ever watch that. Phantasm movie phantasm one two. It was like a scary movie. Two or phantasm talking about the fucking Batman movie which one sounded pretty cool movie. Actually phantasm got like. It's like a little metal orb and is going around killing. It's like tough in like a morgue a mortuary or something like that. And these kids sneak in and then It's kind of booby trap. And this whole thing like Weird Channel Movie Star Trek Star Wars but I like I like both sides. Fight Channel makes really ridiculous movies. You know we we collect like people they shirk. Nato started show like that supposed to be bad. Yeah it's supposed to be bad. But they allow more room for stuff. That caveat bath ether those really scientic or really out there like very nerdy can get away with it but I like the just make sure yes but like after successive NATO. They started making more movies. That were like aware over after the success of shark meat data was a huge. Who HAVEN'T THOUGHT FOR SURE LETTING THAT WAS. The kind of whole point of it was like the way the room got big for being such a piece of shit you know everything about it was so bad it was so bad. I hated that setting since space it saying Oh Amos is gravity. Yeah it felt like once the entire time. Yeah the con- Space Moods can be tough sometimes especially when they're not scientists. I I mean I don't know where you watched it but as you're watching theaters low and and then but from my understanding the movie was supposed to be visually impressing right like the story wasn't supposed to be. It's just the way they meet space. Look in the way. They made her look. I think I mean it was like that was the point of that movie. I don't even know what the one I feel when you watch two thousand one. That's what it's about. It's about the visuals. The story is all right. Now I can tell you exactly what the what the story is about the robot trying to kill people like there was a whole thing before that was like how how lies about evolution. Yes overall but it's like there's no plot no yet is you know what I mean like. I mean he was the he. Nasa gave him special cameras or lenses they may. That's the only time Nafta's ever made lenses for cameras was to make that movie. That's what we'll say. That the moon landing shape yeah. It's one of the equipment to fill. How was working with them? And he's so good at making it look real so we're GonNa Affect Moon that we're working together and also just to get them on a Russia fucking guys. I talk theories and then went to the moon or do you think that. Do you think that we faked it? And then rush maybe found out there like fucking Louis Awful that it what if what if we faked it and the second people ever to go to the moon as far as we know actually the first you know we fake it goes we had to because Russia and shit like you were saying from my under the second group is like okay. We did it now. We got what about those people that say they like you they. We never went to space. Maybe we don't think because it's like if we lied about it. I see we've just been like it's like me like I didn't put out a couple episodes of one time and then it was like who profit already. Let's just keep going. You know they were. They were profit from that from us. Normal effect that we that we went to space. Well they will fire. Was WE GIVE THEM MONEY? We think to go do it and they just collect the money and true okay so movies like Nas. Not even a thing. They're not doing anything. We're just being told to. Nasa has more than just the science going there. It's going really going to somewhere else. I think that's why they check. That's what I'm saying. Because that's how business works General Electric. You know like a big thing and their whole thing is like space. But it's like you're you're definitely not definitely but you know that's what people think like. Oh you're doing. But he's definitely not in space. You know like the whole big live I think Lance Bass I like. Let's say the moon landing was fake. I think for sure there in space now. Yeah that's what I see is whole thing. I mean SPACEX. There's no you know what I mean. Maybe there already is a space for. We just annoy. The crazy thing is like mushrooms. I have like the thought you know 'cause like I mean it's pretty pretty relatively close like sometimes I'll be like driving back from like Santa Ana on the freeway like halfway to my House. I'll see like valley skyline And it seems so fucking far but it's really just right. Yeah Yeah it's not just the traveling so as you get out of it. Everything I imagine seems a lot closer right. Yes and then just the fact that if you just keep going up and becomes like instead of the Skies Right. I feel like it's not that we're not this. Earth is not as big as like we think it is probably not you know on a universal nothing. Yeah it's little words isn't Saturday and like way bigger than four cups or something. Yeah something crazy. Yeah so the sun is like stupid ridiculously bigger than us you know. They got to see the whole milk away and then everything. That's why I think given the fact that it just goes from Albanian. Space that they can figure out how to get there by because we have airplanes. And they're just right there. This condition much airplanes trip me the fuck out because it's like they were flying when when the the first from the first airplane to the fifties that she was crazy like people were flying pretty often by the fifties. Yeah and those planes were super and save compared to all the fuck out like all the seats. Were like fucking those like wicker chairs dust that seat belts and shit. They weren't Kittyhawk angry. That was your point. This airplanes got like popular. They did not know how to hold the disease. They say that they were. They wouldn't survive like any kind of crash. Oh for sure and those those commercials not like you know people that associates eighty you work your life. They were driving around without airbags or offer super cash. But like it's weird because I seen a couple of videos on on on Youtube about people like how an airplane's cheap airlines that basically just buzzes in the skies shits falling apart. You know what I mean. This dude like it was a window and it was kind of popping a little bit and then he like lifted in August. Winning THOSE LOOK. Fuck around with that. It's so crazy do like I've never even been on an airplane but that's Oh airplanes. I think when you're because I I got to fly when I was younger a few times so I think now it doesn't really bother me. I mean I'm not saying I'm not saying rich but I am but they airplane. I takeoff. That was an adult who had never got an airplane that she can be really scary. Especially turbulence motherfucker and you're just like drawing style we're going. Us feel like like fast not slow. I mean lives and they're just like Oh. Just just put your seatbelt on please and then if you ever see the fucking things drop I would shoot my pants that over act like with my with my fucking leg. That'll be the day that they they gave the plane. That's what Kinda makes the comeback fucking winds too strong or something. The apocalypse happening so this is crazy. Because I haven't flown in a while so I do think I would probably be a little nervous getting on the plane now but I was also now 'cause when I was young when when I got a plane now I will take an edible behind all time that's fair that's worst than I wouldn't mind getting drunk on a plane. That sounds fun. That does sound like thanks for sure. Next time I get on the plane especially if you get like one of those Australia sixty now is just get fucking pass watch like ten episodes and then you wake up and then get more drugs even have to go to sleep. You just pass out the best part. I don't know like Flying Vegas could so quick. Isn't that only sixty bucks or something? Yeah it can be or depends on you. Generally I've always paid around one hundred but you get. I'm sure you can get them for like sixty dollars. But it's half an hour. Fuck him right. It's like a buzz much not even because if you take a bus to Vegas for two seats. I don't know probably now for sure. That's only on cheaper lines on bigger airlines. They generally have bigger seats but cheaper lines for sure or if I coach I probably have two by two. I would imagine them. That's fucked up. He's at Damn be well by the time. I'm going to get on a plane. I'm pretty sure I'm not going to buy two seats. So yeah so your blood pressure. You probably shouldn't play right away. Because their blood pressure gets that the baby starts floating starts free song. We have three pregnant but I would like to see these two recommendation. Right that g four. It's just like a recommendation though right like it's not like enforced like probably. I would hate to be pregnant and on a plane. 'cause actually probably suck up pregnant general. Yeah we're hearing a woman also periods getting is. I'm not kidding. No no enjoy it. Yeah I don't think women fly when they're pregnant. I mean maybe if they absolutely have to but not like if they see a pregnant woman show another. Oh you can't get on. No I don't think so. Maybe you can't get on your pregnant. You can't fly you know. I don't think so. Always get quiet when I'm taking a hit and I can't speak like you talk over me. He has been talking over me. You know this is just. You can't just say something. Yeah he's like when I know when I can't speak you guys. Just stay quiet. I wanted to ask that air choke never choke on what I heard from. Who motherfucker just did you tell a Jeff thank you ask him? I'm a big dope. Don't kill my big fuck it. What do you think of all right? Here's the thing you think it's real not real possible ethics possible right cool cool I yeti more sense I if I think like what that does make. Moore's yeah right. Let me. I'll get back. How does that make more sense? Because there's nobody nobody. Really explore slate fucking. Yeah but do you know how much book and you know how hard it will be for an animal that big to get enough food on right there here? What to get enough food enough food? Yeah 'cause I'm still needs to eat a lot. Yeah eating up other other fucking probably polar bears so so that's bad because they're not. They're not looking too dangerous. Oh well now we'll fucking we've been and probably like there's not enough food sources up there. I think for for they say that they have not only the stories that are like really prevalent in the area but they have stories but let me just say anything is completely possible. Possible possible possible. Yeah because I mean sure. Why can't there be but like today with technology? And like he's still out there and shit he doesn't that was cell phone Economi tracking associated among bigfoot. I think no not friends that they can say. They can sense the electronics in the air. And that's why you have a really bad time. Let's any pictures really blurry. Because they can sense the electronic they like they don't have an e B or what is it. What is it called the? Id isn't that the so-called anything scrambled the the map that will have a one of those. Oh I know we're not settling shitty like a spaceship has one. You know based real. But that's what doesn't have one of a cell phone. I think he emp. That's what you repeat that like. If if it's a thing way remote you like in the rainforests yesterday really underestimating. How much four is other? Really big four is there is that is not accessible to a good amount of reinforce isn't like void there's a lot of Like caves systems. And that I think and enough like a wildlife and trees things of that nature nature But I think he could be out there without anybody knowing you know how many people go fuck and like way into deep into never come back out and it's an Romo plays that nobody really checks you know. Are they going to say how many people are looking for big Mike all of lots? There's a lot of people who spend too crazy amounts of the money people really to money. Just leave him alone. What happens after you find them really want him to talk like intelligently leave my family? I can actually advance. Yeah better than us. My Love Line has been here for Millennia and you humans just ruining that'd be that'd be an IBM in this whole underground underground system becoming mortal combat. Go around with again. A giant hamster ball shoes him across the world. I know what you're talk. Yeah it'd be in on that you do. What's the deal with you a bit foot? Nothing I dislike asking guests. They think book for Real. Let me ask you this. Do you think yet. He's a real. I don't think you dig it kind of like I don't really like I'm telling you guys does not enough fucking food sources. The Himalayas people live there. There has to be food source. Yeah Yeah but they don't grow mistaken. I don't know if it's the Himalayas but you didn't know about from Jersey or whatever I didn't know that general yet he supposedly are specific to the Himalayas. Because a lot of stories of see see the thing is like people live their bullock. They eat a certain way. And that's the big foot like a huge fucking animal. He needs a lot of food. Yeah why don't you just kill other animals? There's not that many animals out there. It's really fucking for anyone to live there. There's not that many animals out there jetty could live out there other animals that live out there. All Right No. He's too big. You know how much of a fucking a yeti supposed Shack is Matt who it's bigger than what are you eating? That'd be that there's a lot more animals in the forest. First of all they say Haitian solicitation. He was not a fucking vegetarian. There's no there's no we could get that fucking big. There's always get that fucking big and just eat like with the vegetation on this or. Is this Shit Bro. He's not eating vegetation bigfoot Vegan. No no I think he has a mixed diet. He's not he's not just a vegetarian or fucking cardboard like we do talk it. This is the most I've talked about bigfoot. And he's got his diet can be just meet or just fucking vegetables or plants. Do you really think so. He's much do that. Pay The picture. There's a deer you know doing little things and the big office late show just starts fucking going on eating. He cooks it. Do you think he question things would think the move this. I don't think he goes raw because raw because in animal that would he would. I think it would have been caught. 'cause he saw more impulsive and I were wild right but what I liked behind me has like they're saying he's like he's probably an Omnivore. Yeah of course he has to be. If he's real he has to say real. Well the they're gonNA are saying that I was thinking about it is it's crazy. I was going to be wondering like I like. I like talking about this type this type of shit right and I know a lot about crip. Crip what it's called Bigfoot crazy how this like this people like call themselves doctors on Crypto zoology. And it's like so you're an expert on animals that we're not even sure exist. Oh you can't do that expert. Yeah exactly you can't just call yourself that if we don't have actual proof that they do with Google it you know what I mean. He come to their own conclusions. Is that you're an expert on Krypton crypto. So our Jamie. You're you're an expert in this along for sure I'm not gonNA call myself a so. What evidence do you think that you have to? Even I've never done field research okay. Scientists and you will respect me doctoral crypto all this CEO. You said that doesn't rugged what why would you cook? Oh we're talking about sex none. I like a dog is. I don't think he asks me RAW. I like to eat dozen there. With the way he the way the the type of wheat needs he could have been alive for this long without just eating raw meat. You know like others what does with wit one bicker like legs. Abe know there's multiple he thinks like of course just multiple. They have do. You think there's waving a wo- wouldn't matter how long he lived for a long time. Why helped us as human survive as opposed to deandre toss and all this other species that were living with the same time? Those different species of humans were living with the same time right. And we're the ones that came on top and the owner wants to survive because mostly because diet we started cooking things and makes it easier. They just thinks I think started farming. We all know I'm talking before that I'm talking before that like Caveman. Ya Okay because when they started cooking things every it will seize your chest and so we were able to survive for longer and are we had. We got the right evolutionary traits to survive for this long. And that's what we're the only ones left. You know yeah So like I don't think big foot's like this thing that's been around for that long if he if he's if he's not if you're not cooking his foot because he's pretty much really close look really close to a human. Do I might so my opinions are. My opinions are based on real science. Where that's GonNa tell you that? Joe Rogan had a show on SCI FI number called Joe Joe Rogan questions. I'm familiar with that when I saw something when he goes. Sounds like big foot without me too. So when he goes fast watching or whatever and it's called Squash squashy watching new book by her Fucking Square. Whenever you and all your boyfriend's Dixon the forest watchos but he goes to like an audio Professor like he's really big with audio files and so he has he's like oh. I have a file. Big Big feet talking like multiple big foot's big feet talk big. It's A. I think that would assume but multiple I'm talking and he's playing your big foot's maybe probably and he played the lead. You sound like guys like we as human skin even make that noise new policy. I told the guys get make way more upset. Because he's like our sound profile does even go that high in your fucking more thick. It's going that high right now and do and you just know that. The guy was like in his backyard. Just record fucking world shit. Yeah those yeah. I think. A lot of bigfoot hunters just the ones that wanted to the guys that really buy into it. I just bought this contract shoot. Where should we teach t shirts that say scotches down? What are you a? We own that because I know you said this is not podcast. Okay that is real funny. Yeah you get one free right now. Now he's listening. I need an attorney. No that's partly because of me and my podcast and your obsession with. Yeah watching sweating sitting. I was hot. And what are those power shifts Hope they don't know Shit. That's what I actually believe it or not Pretty consider I get a good? We're all good for twenty seven doesn't hey you babies and stuff. Yeah I get it. Well just go for it. Yeah that's true. They don't give a buck wherever the baby yet. My nephew just stops moving. Like you always running around and say you've got to win. He's always running around. He's a fucking monster right but then he just stops shits and and you can tell because all kids do that and then what you do is like them out is like you're supposed to wait 'til shitting those dogs done. You go spoken as yeah trademark. Jeff Jackass did a bit Where they said something like. Oh you can't ever shit while you're running so rob himself put on a Fucking Cup You can show yourself or you like it was like a quote and then I tell you that is why I was running. Went up and that is so funny when I started running all fuck. It's happening. But yes so. He runs himself. Great Story I was actually going to ask you guys. Did you guys grow up watching like skate videos and videos but I used to the magazines magazines a lot. A bunch of the magazines They would always feature like Like our likes skateboard that were also like artists. Like fucking Jeremy Fish that I really like his work. And that's the only reason I found out about these skaters Philly I used to like the idea of skating. I didn't really get into skating into long boarding. Became more of a regular thing and then I did that a lot. Like I'd bomb hill butter. I like it better. I always like I learned how to how to grind and stuff but it was just too much effort or you. GotTa Keep Blake practicing. You gotTA keep learning new. Yeah I was like I don't know how to ride it. Just got to go to the store. Yeah right and so. I was really skate videos. And then like dirt bike videos. And like you know they had a whole ATV series called Hobos and the reason I brought up is because I was On Youtube today and I was I saw Old Ben Marge era that he put out and I was like Dude. I used to watch like all the cky videos he put. I watched all those and that's not only like middle schools. Yeah those were sick. I haven't had a good show. That's the thing that was crazy. I watched his because the wasn't just skating. Semi fucking video which one you said we have. Cky video when the guy's doing nations. Yes did you One of the guys did a Chinese freestyle on one of the videos Chinese free. Yeah it's called they call it. The Chinese freestyles that and it's just doing rapid reasons but he doesn't as an accent and then he does a bunch of CIA. Agents says a bunch of stereotypes. Yeah but it was really funny. It wasn't now. Snl Yeah exactly. I I since that happened. We've SNL no reference in every every episode. Good says that happen single time tonight. I just wanted to promote my. I'm getting cancelled. Yeah everyone's just coming in every single time happen. Yeah that's actually what the podcast is about. Snl does change on this. Yeah Oh shit. How upset among all I would love to sit out of ching-tong Bring Bong. I don't give a fuck. People can get the completely useless logo. Where here in the back Chink? Chomping among a nuke nuke all luke. Luke uses logo on it. Yeah this Gin John. Been the ones that have like a circle. Where here Yes trombone. That's you're looking again fired. Yeah I'm not working any more important. So what does that fucking warehouse that I work? Full Mexicans GONNA care. They're actually gonNA find that Shit. Funding Mexicans are racist. Also Mexicans are the not racist. They're they're not they're the opposite of. Pc Yes yeah. Like they'll say like racist. I think the nominee not mean it own nominal. Yeah my mom says some Shit. Yeah Dan that's wild is she doesn't mean anything by it but she just says yeah. What are we talking about? Who said she was talking about race? Apparently I don't I'm not I'm not black. You're nice black. Knew that we think everyone did. I started talking to listen when you say. Hey it's crazy. How many girls are you talking to you? Only over the phone or like. That's ridiculous. A that I think is gonNA hate us now. Oh Yeah we were talking about the skate videos in Jackass and I did not take those watching videos and I loved Bam's ideas because they would do little sketches or pretty funny. They would skate on crazy shit and then they would always do like some crazy stunt drives is he doing. He's doing Bam here. Yeah that's the last thing he just did is because so phil so He For a while after the last big jackass movie. He kind of went off the deep end like more so on benders. 'cause he was during the movie goes who goes after Ryan. Yes yes and then he started doing music but it wasn't I don't think was very I'd never heard any of it but I don't think it was very good and then he didn't have a great career doing that. The wife to or something probably a I know that he went on a bunch of binges and he was like I guess for a long time he would get eating disorder because he was afraid of ending fat like his dad would like just eat and then with the binging and then eating he got really fat and so like even to the point. Now where like I remember. Seeing pictures right was imprisoned. Rumors like oh. He looks like fucking that. Yeah that little. I think he loses. Don Vito all but yeah he is so he's not doing well but he was just Dr Phil and he did like a whole program seven so he's trying to get good. Apparently he has a kid. That's like two three years old and so he's trying to get a few months ago maybe eight months ago he He element brought him back onto their team. I think there was a way for them to sell in no element because that was his main sponsor for so long but I think they kinda were trying to help them out so they gave him like a little like commercially from like a commercial with him. And he's like I'm back and he was skating pretty well. Yeah I was GONNA say I commercial. Yeah like this tastes too not just video him like skating and he's like fat but he's still does it. Well yeah he's still got a hard I was like. Oh Shit and he's like let's go doing a ton of like really now. He's trying to light main comeback. Well I think so. I think he's trying to get healthy right now. At least 'cause I did watch Dr Phil Episode. Because I know he shrugged his mustache. Rose I'm like your fucking like him and Steve Harvey you. Don't try to be normal now. This is what we know you the only night this show so much. I don't I would say is that he hits hard on the marijuana. You can't be smoking that reforming shut up dog. Fuck Outta here. He's from wherever the fuck he's from. Do know for sure like and like you know. I think it's funny because a lot of the dudes that are older that on the show it makes me like never want to be that is. That's show real or is it. Fake am I asking you know. I think it's part real part. I think they like they. I sure like the production team has a really good job of finding these really worst case scenarios and is not as communist people. Probably think but I don't think they the people on the show her fake they did. They did a thing. Where or the there was some articles going around about how he fed the alcohol and drugs when they had addictions. Oh Shit like they're like I. It wasn't that bad and make it more interesting. She's think would be like if like. Oh like this person that is falling apart. Because they're getting drunk all the time you know come into the Dr Phil. Show will help you out. And then like they bring also if you want to close the door and there's a keg behind the happy. I live in the green room and that by the way and they're just like a bottle of grey goose by the way here's some of these heroin so that's why and then by when the interview will go up there also fucking be linked the worst fucking for something like that. How the Kashmir outside girl so everyone? I guess the first time they I think she's like I don't think she was like she was like she was like fourteen or thirteen when she's seventeen so she's either seventeen or eighteen or something like that Cash me 'cause creepiest thing of she already football or what age today. Oh my God what. She's sixteen she's sixteen and she grabs dudes. She grabs and she gets like she makes money off of that. And I will say that she has really good producers because some of the I've heard a couple of times like Oh shit it's like it's not. It's not terrible what it is. It's not bad some of it is better than some. Not as bad as yeah. Yeah 'cause I like twenty one savage I but it's half because it like the beats laugh and he said some dumb shit. Yeah the day like some girls like Oh let's get turned up driving. And so I started like getting on that plagiarism. I started pleading twenty seven. We're literally laughing out loud. She's like this real important. I do like. She sucked the Monday people. Are She sucked up my pickle not it on her nipple or something she says why would you not even trying on a nipple? Yeah it's like the most elementary rhyming schemes. But some of it's pretty funny listening to him like I had a novel. It's like dropping two months. Pretty excited okay. No but I think that's kind of what she is too. She's a lot. Like the beets are really good and then the wrappings. Okay but I think it's the war of the styles vary fabricated. It's very personality thing. Yeah she has this one song by. That's a fucking feel von with one of her music videos. No way she was just on the David Spade show. He brought her on she. She gets like a like show bill. The breakfast club on like yeah fucking sickest like that. She started getting famous. If you're on their right manager and that's why this is happening. They will she a first right when that famous. She got a good manager and what happens. Starting a rapper started bringing her around. They started saying. Hey come and be in my video and she did a couple of videos but and there she got big and She was only thirty four thirteen at the time. So then now she's yeah. It's crazy millionaire fucking overnight and then she went back into Dr Phil Second Time because they were saying like the faint like right when she was beginning to get famous there. We'll bring her back apparently better known as well they were. GonNa try to send back to Rehab and Shit so she So they have requested to bring her back. Are The people not not doctor? Phil's people the the girl and her mom and Dr Phil thought well. This seems like a cash crab you just want to come back and get famous again. This so what they did is they did a special kind of episode where they didn't have an audience. Oh Yeah Yeah. Yeah and so. They're they were kind of like we don't know what to say and because she couldn't play off anybody in the audience couldn't yell at them. It was just her the mom Dr Phil and so they did the episode because it was high. You know they're not going to not do that. Especially when the people already sick a rematch. Not too good boxers fight and it's like oh we got to see a rematch. Asked one sucked. But we've got a rematch right. And so they did it and then from there her careers. Become what it is. Which is it's crazy. I've seen her youtube videos or not. That great and love millions of us. She it's also this she'll do this like like I'm radio. Talks a lot of. She does start what she's on the Davis that you get a good idea of how she would be in a conversation. I don't I wouldn't say no because of who she is but I don't know if we would be able to keep those things 'cause she just spits out a lot of an unnecessary shit with no point and so it's like oh I don't know if we can build on a conversation about the podcast it'd be very short. I mean I think I don't know what she's doing but I need a manager. Yeah exactly I had heard that she Before she started big a big booking Like music clubs. They were originally going to put her into comedy clubs and just have her like oh all like a decent young flight does stuff like Yes yes he does. One time. I told my cousin I was like. Hey come watch me. He is a no digit. Come Watch young fly with me that same day. Why would I miss my own show? You know so but I've seen has done some of the stuff that they do is for the some of the clips that I've seen in general. I don't even know I don't know what they're deal is. But I think that's kind of cool. Because he does he took that route. You know yeah he did stand up kind of there's a few people that have come from the Internet like doing other stuff have kind of come into the comedy game. But I think it's the Sean raw now. The the what is that. What does that mean? I'm not a rapper. That you like super plugged into the ice top. Listen live from minutes ago so I don't know what we're talking about anymore. Yeah I'm honestly just here in this three hour Where do I don't know what that is but it's not it's not right okay. It starts at one hour so we're we actually went two hours two hours. Yes I WANNA go go. Yeah okay. Yeah yeah how long episodes easily hours to we're in there. Yeah I think I I there were. We had like a persona like an hour and a half. Yeah but I think we've got two hours. We're getting so good at this effortless we used to go for two more than two hours to announce I go get a dog. We our. He'll never leave. No like I was surprised. Not 'cause like I was a I didn't know how long the episode of our last episode was two. I saw it posted those talk with the one with johnny bars. Oh say two hours and a half. Yeah Yeah Johnny. Bars is a rapper from Pomona. Seen him he's good he's don't I I honestly listen to spotify Jan? Fuck Out But Yeah I didn't think we talk for that long and always in the last two episodes. We went in two hours and a half. The one with Tony. Bowers we did. We did almost rushing it. No he's doing great. Have you heard about this whole thing? Yeah Yeah So. He's doing that today. Haven't listened to a podcast episode episode number thirty two. I just want you guys to know they look at each other. Go Talk to go. Hey that was that power play. He was the most most connected we've ever been. I was GonNa say this is what I do. I fucking I bring a plot twists. He got caught today sneaking into the gym. He got caught today all take money. Yeah he sneaks into the gym every morning and if you want to hear more about and listen to the episode but today he got caught. He got caught trying to the gym. So what happened. Just couldn't back that. Nobody thinks that he's been doing it for a long time. Yeah they're gonNA end like a federal judge. No no no not it was it was. It was like building up. Select when is he? GonNa get caught. I gotTA listen to episodes. It's great that's what I said. But he's still on his journey. He's still doing some proud of him. Because I got a little worried because he ho saving lake from Thanksgiving on I was like and then he start posting again. All right dog I was GONNA call. I was upset. He's got the jokes. No Dude that guy. I've known him since I first started. Stand up like he was in the in the to make you the circuit and even back. Then do that Guy. Always Chris he does. He has a bunch of jokes that he doesn't WanNa do anymore but that he only did like a few times that fucking kill him. He used to do this. This joke about a Orangutangs and about how the difference is between the word to he'd he thought was Tang then it's rank and he's his whole fucking bit. It's fucking great and he won't do it anymore my dude. That's such a good bit. Did it. For a long time to yell at a at a Heckler. Oh that's that I won't board this guy's good yeah flexible. He's fucking really as soon as this whole thing with him but it happened. I was so happy and so I only wish him the most success. And if I have to call in to get back on I'll do it. Tony fucking yellow. Yeah so nasty. You got anything to plug just follow me on instagram. And I saw desma dot com or Google or some shit and just deal. Find all my stuff that I'm doing shows and Places I I go to work out So if you WANNA come up like a microphone. We'RE COMEDIC NOT GO. I really thought to like actually workout because we just talking about the gym. What traders to meet you at your gym. Follow me on instagram fitness. Give A. 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TPC: Listener Question Time: What Is The True Aim of Environmentalists?

The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

11:50 min | 3 months ago

TPC: Listener Question Time: What Is The True Aim of Environmentalists?

"Welcome to the people's countryside environments debate cost. Thanks very much you being with us. My name is william. Michael and my host is always is stuart. We winky mabbutt it. Wa- amount mother williams we willing to each last year. I'll have you been. Oh it's gonna ask you the same thing. I've been pretty crap way. Is you know how you doing with this. Light is lockdown situation. Looks ominous does look a little bit ominous. But i always try and stay positive with these things and I make sure that i get outside and get out for a walk and get into the fresh air and until recently been doing quite a bit of river. Swimming factors are swimming in the river. Yesterday it was twelve degrees. It was freezing. Did you see mr virus disease float. Boy is you know. I i so quiet things so stars. I think that's the name of an album. Isn't it seeing staus. Most likely yeah gone interesting question today. From seventy why up in scotland in our gin gins up towards its east of inventory. I believe on the case. isn't it. yeah it was like on the northern coast of musk is north of aberdeen. is that way. isn't it yeah. I it's pretty much where the riots in though they gave much moving off the net Go go much further yeah wick. I didn't know that okay. Say the question She gets to the point. Very quickly samantha. From algan in scotland question is dream. Please don't don't have a job. Is the true aim environmentalists really to destroy. I'm dismantle modern ways of life. She gets to the point is yeah so environmentalist actually be very much. Anti everything is modern right. Say whether it's a the cau- oh how we how we use the environmental. How we build or environmentalists some event. Okay maybe not so bad. But broad strike his net. We're environmentalists and i think we're more broad than that description the But he's in Because this morning. David attenborough been on the east just joined instagram. People listened to him and he he was saying that you know. He's positive about the future. Because in the sixties he started to realize when he did it on the coral. The you know we've been bleached in. We were having an impact base last. Probably be as the young people Gripped hold the what we need to do to save ourselves in some way some people would say and he was positive about it but what he was saying in semi the interview said well what one thing could we all do to actually help and he was saying waste less on all levels and even david attenborough was hinting that we have to change our lives our systems the way we live in a sustainable way in the supported why the transition has to be in a doable. Yes but when you look at it like that on the lawn with this question is the true. I move environmental environmentalist really to destroy dismantle modern ways of life. While the different way i've put in. I think that environments environmentalists strongly suggesting we do need to change modern modern life when a dismantle it in there destroy survey of a strong word. Is it start. Is it starting to make a different different choices. Yeah really that actually we do. I mean modern modern way of life is is actually becoming very very as playing goes overhead. Had a good example mr big oops samantha listening in on the conversation. He knows it could be good now. I would be very strong. It was but the modern ways of living is again that your needs change how producing things. We need to change how much we're producing often. The modern way of life is is produced law very very cheap. Rather than thinking about the things that will last. And be sustainable. I think saying things like trying to destroy dismantle modern wise of life dos very very harsh in critical. And i don't think it's necessarily reflective of what's really going on but i wonder if she's maybe picked up from language that has been used often around environmentalism it kanye be very alike warlike and Aggressive that actually. The aims are not as wall. I can aggressive was the language that's being used and also we've said about in a previous podcast. We said environmentalism is a lot like some religions. Like if we do this. We save ourselves if we don't we die in ben and a he's always somewhere in between the two. Maybe maybe but i just think true. Agenda of most environmentalists is to enact change and modify and enhance and but to destroy dismantle. That shouldn't be the aim. I think there's going to be extreme ends. There will be some extreme Would would want this. You know almost like luddites. It was what you're talking about. Isn't it in some respects. Yeah but so. I'd say environmentalists shouldn't want to destroy and what's the other word dismantle but there are probably some but i wouldn't say that the jal the audiology utopian ideal of environmentalist is to enact in influ influenced change or dunk necessarily think some environmentally secured about it. The wrong way. Yeah that there are people on about the right way. i think i'll say truly experience an environmentalist mental myself. It's more of a thinking of this. Whole the whole course of human history is more like trying to steer. A big ship isn't it. You can't really make these small changes you're gonna make now. We're going to make maybe going to make a difference in the future. They're not gonna make it. You can't make sweeping changes isn't it's not going to happen People human human nature which human nature talked about many times in your radio show is available at many stations. Yeah you gotta gotta plug after the nature and somebody's trying to alter the future to make it more comfortable for humans. Isn't it really. Yeah so so support transition. Yeah he's going to be and we've talked about. There's there's inequality is gone of course in the sense that in the sense that the other parts of the world are now going through in that in the in a way their own industrial revolution which well the western world especially here in the united kingdom went through one hundred and fifty years ago and now has been talked about how we we should. We should be telling them not to do but really what we should be. Doing is is showing them better ways. Where we we've gone through the whole process learned mistake. We learned from length length from what we've done. And and and how adopt surreally. I think think the true cause of the true aim of environmentalist is to is to highlight. What's going on and make a change not necessarily destroy anything right interesting. You say these other countries in you know. We can't say you can't use the technologies. We did this shit creek in but Somebody said to me every day. There's a lot of green technologies out that now what we're trying to do is farm this out to the developing countries on ultimately i still colonialism. Because it's our technology that would put it on them and we ultimately prophet. So yeah i see that point actually there. We need to need the developing countries to use alternative technologies but that there is a risk that the west are that just like we. Profit of the fashion industry hasn't taken advantage of exactly essay. The way to go. I thought so. The thing is is to is to make sure that it really is locally owned locally owned but it's more the idea and the rather than the actual structure or the the actual goods or whatever it is saying okay here it's like you know. Give him out of fish eat. Diane feeder teach my deficient hill officials. Stink for a week. You understand the metaphor. I believe is actually given the knowledge rosalyn given the tools and then that means they have the knowledge and then they can actually develop it in their own. Mind but i have to say environmentalists climate. Deniers you're not gonna convince anybody both shouting out them. You know Screaming bullying I think he la in vivid imagery. It gets the message across chart trying to convince people you need to environmentally. You need to show people how these ideas can be achieved and make it doable. But also a a not just show how. The current system isn't the best the of the thinking about like the misrepresentation of facts as well when it comes to when it comes to protest. Think that's dangerous as well. Because in this in this era of access to information which is a huge vast rabbit mason. It's very easy to try and get your points either by about misrepresented facts and as we've say facts on opinions opinions aren't facts the it's just it's it's it's the cherry picking of the facts. The noise me. I remember years ago are used to be into. Bmx roy ding and used to be You said going up. Cherry-picking there used to be a like you. Do these stunts on an tricks on in there used to be one where you'd bounce up and down on the back wheel size so if on the top of the frame it was called a cherry picker. I leave that to your imagination. Y it was going to cherry picker anyway. That's that was agreed. Sport cherry scotia picker. Trust me. anyway. I'd like to announce that the next question we are going to have in this. Podcast is going to be from deborah from grantham in the east midlands market actually was from grantham when she if you say so. I'm sure she was so. I wonder if Deborah is going to be some sort of deborah thatch. Maybe she could let us know okay. That's the end of another podcast. Yeah thanks for listening do.

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There's No Such Thing As Hypnosis with Controversial Hypnosis Expert Jonathan Royle

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There's No Such Thing As Hypnosis with Controversial Hypnosis Expert Jonathan Royle

"One of the reasons. I started this. Shell was because of my love of hypnosis. I just something is fantastical about the ability to say some words to gesture to to move your body in a certain way and get someone to fall into a deep trance. And do things that seem almost unimaginable. And of course. I'm bringing on somebody today. Who says all of that is complete. Winky winky bs and hypnosis anything except placebo effect. Well why not. It's jonathan royal the controversial bad boy of hypnosis gumming up on open loops conversations. Thad bed to do open loops or burn ruled song. learn open loops to open loops. You must listen to the team. Part for absurd beliefs and systems of integration between the mind and to create this ramp open molo i consider it an affront to my family length that you haven't heard about anchor. It's the easiest way to make podcast. Let me explain. 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The goal is to share mind blowing insights about the topics that take us away from it. All magic art hypnosis secrets psychology spirituality conspiracy the supernatural. And who and what we really are. It's your late night. Talk show for the shamelessly fringe welcome. It's time debendra brain. Yeah today will be definitely a brain bender. Especially since i've done so many episodes on hypnosis in the power of it and then i was like i'm going to have this guy who's made his entire career about pissing off hypnotists by saying hypnosis isn't real. I'm going to have him on. Why because i like destroying things not just my reputation. I'm sure there are some hypnotists out there that would be like crag you had this guy on you have this guy. I've a lot of fun thoughts about this interview. I really had a great doctor those interview because while a lot of the times it's funny at some point it's the beginning of the interview. My guess jonathan royal. Who is a medallist magician. Hypnotist trainer minds therapy expert in quotes And and he would even put that in quotes because he doesn't really even think my therapy is even that big of a thing. He he definitely rubs people the wrong way even when i bought his courses. Early on in studying hypnosis. I was always like okay. Jonathan royal is kind of he's a laughingstock people. People always mock him and say he's not the real deal but at the same time he makes a lot of great points. I've always thought his opinion was interesting. I've always thought of the way that he Pokes at a credit akron did dacians and an accolades and getting things on your shelf and that you know like certificates is complete utter nonsense because at the end of the day. Jonathan royals like hypnosis might be placebo or he strongly says is placebo in even if it is it still helpful for people now. It's up to you to decide whether his opinion is hopeful or hopeless about the way the human psyche works and i always thought there are a lot of contradictions in his work because on the one hand he basically says while. There's no such thing as hypnosis just placebo but on the other hand he has done a documentary about mind control and talks about the way that people were programmed to do things. And i'm going what. This is just placebo than how are people getting. Well i i asked him in. The interview is the point. I tried to work out the the contradictions and the hypocrisies in his work and yes at the beginning of the interview. He's like. I hope this doesn't turn into a pitch fast. Or he makes a comment on. He doesn't want it to turn into a pitch vest. But this episode is very much at times like a pitch fest which. I definitely found very entertaining. Because he just so he. He can't help himself from promoting his product. that said. i've i've seen the product. The elite hypnosis bootcamp. What he's going to be pitching episode is actually a. It's a very strong. Take on it on hypnosis. I don't know if it's the right. Take i'm still a little light isn't just placebo or even if it is just the cbo. Isn't that like cool enough that we should be studying what the placebo is like. That's kind of my opinion. But he's like i don't care just placebo. And she's like expectancy what people want You know he doesn't think it's playacting though he kinda says it is too. That's the thing with hypnosis. Right it's that line between pretending in that unconscious process or supposedly unconscious that makes it seem like you're not pretending though he'd be like well there are a lot of various social and and Historical psychological factors psycho dynamic factors. That would cause you to believe that you weren't able to lift your hand from a table for instance rooted in some insecurity. You have about Control issues it's an interview in. it's also one of the best explanations of mind control i've ever heard. I have to tell you. Even though jonathan royal makes a lot of people mad i loved having him on because in addition to challenging all the hypnotists l. p. practitioners out there which gladly i would have them on the air to you now combat his anytime anytime. I think it's important to have different perspectives. And i think he's arguments are a good quote unquote debunking of the so-called magical powers of hypnosis. I've never said they were magical. I just think the closest thing. I've experience to having a superpower. You're gonna love this interview. It's it's so outrageous. It's so outrageous. I had such a joy record again. I was like oh my gosh. This is what this guy does under interviews now on in it. Wow so enjoy it. If you want more. I have a lot of other original voices coming on soon Make sure you subscribe on apple podcasts. And if you like the show please. Rate in libra review so we can keep getting them out there You know once a week a former president comes on and reads the latest view That that open loops gats from apple. Podcasts happened last happened. The last episode Barack obama barack obama came on. Maybe it'll be again be will be somebody else don't know but we review and a former. Us president will come on open loops and site you by name. Okay get ready. You know. And i hate the metaphor of the using cliche like buckle your seatbelts but like yeah buckle them hold on tight this tower of terror. And there's no bottom of your seat so you're going to go fly on this one. I hope you enjoy the ride. Here he is the bad boy of hypnotists. Jonathan royal ladies and gentlemen today. We have jonathan royal the magical guru hypnotist trainer of people in the various mind sciences. I e nlp Various healing modalities. I mean you. You teach hit the therapy. Lp's stage hypnosis Magic and mental ism. You've done staged shows you've perform corporate. You've done nasal gazing readings naval gazing readings all sorts of eggs of first of all jonathan. I just want to really thank you. Thank you for coming on open loops. Kill fence for husky man. Yeah fire away. Yeah no no subject is pounds. That's what i love about. That's what i've always found fascinating about your work. You are You kind of play with contradictions. On a lot of the time like you have several courses that are like complete mind therapy and and nlp practitioner training and all this stuff but then once he watched one of your courses and i'm thinking of some of the hypnotherapy things that i've watched you very media like by the way all of this is not real is no such thing as hypnosis. It's all placebo. I'm curious about that. Like is that still. Is that still your theme. Is that after all these years. If somebody signs up for like an nlp training with you what are they. How much are you going to load them with like the placebo angle of things as much as they need. The simple fact pays any hypnosis and alpay tobacco mind control the matter what we name you. Give it by the answer. Do psychological mind talking therapies whether it's in the hypnotic round psychotherapy round whatever. Yeah and train. Who does not alz chiku and categorically tell you that ninety nine point nine seventy incurring the reason why it works when he does not see. There's nothing on this planet. Works one hundred percent of the time don't percent of the people in anybody claims that he's full obey s off right and you know i'll give. I will give somebody a million dollars no problem if they allow me to take one hundred random people report from fast dissolving and exactly that wonderful new age fucking excuse language tat need if promote with the marketing on the hundred people and get one hundred percent success with a hundred percent of those people in a single session obsolete. I'll show me ass on the tunnel steps on two million dollars. Ain't going to happen his anyone. Promise that dino anybody in the business that you're like this person's completely full of crab and i've challenged them and they haven't georgia does in fact he's ninety nine percent of therapy and i'll pay mine. Therapy train is a full of crap. Ninety nine point nine percent of them recurring if you take the tens of thousands of trainers around the world and do the percentage figure vulnerable. That will give you a harmful is in the rounds of maybe thirty faulty train is around the world who actually i consider with tillerson and the while he reasons being the tens of hundreds of thousands of before shake can well. They've done that donor calls we. Somebody doesn't noble the talkin about anyway he's going to teach you that exist techniques out chatting a deluge you into thinking you've got some kind of special skill or ability Don't get me wrong your special skill or ability as a fully knowledgeable and Correctly trained therapists bowl solo than the people who believe hypnosis some special power this technique certain cotonou break simple fact when he works which is not all the time to anyone. Yeah when he does work it works ninety nine point nine percent the element because of the placebo effect Which is not a negative light. Lots of people make it out to be the simple majority of conventional medicine words because bliss able as well so the flip side for second the ability of a small section. but he's a massive section as the client has to be ready change simpliciter if they are ready for change doesn't matter how wonderful your murray co work you technique case it ain't gonna work some clients to be ready and committed for change for the troops factors and if this upsets anyone listening. I couldn't give a sheet upset him because if you upset by it means that you're one of two things either wine tourist and an absolute bloody fall through on calls of lying to you. The trouble is due to of need to distance allowing you to accept the fact. You've been rich off. Thousands of pounds for practitioner calls must've branch and some new age title. The komo Ticket tag more money off you. If somebody talk you properly in the first place. What the true keys to mind third beer then. The fact is you never need to go on any the calls. He's ever again now. That sounds contradictory. Now terms of different calls ask and if you buy them separately. Yeah look the only piece of the jigsaw bolt in the context. I'm talking which is these organizations that charge thousands of dollars To get your certification so that you can then go out there and stop treating people. My comparison isn't one of my little homes because he's my comparison news. I think i call the elite hypnosis boot Trauma website entrepot. Gary dot com Income now that retails five thousand dollars but i regularly. I should really say up. I've regularly at least six months of the i know role intimately. I've often four hundred ninety dollars. Ninety percent off on a categorically comes with this guaranteed a nissen guaranteed some to what. I'm saying about a majority of hypnosis. Line therapy now trying to be in full shape because they will offer you a guarantee you are the guarantee as when you stood in my elite not spoke firstly you will never need any other form of video printed live in person any form training whatsoever from anyone anywhere in the world ever again on anything to with hypnosis and i'll pay mine therapy techniques or even marketing business which is one of the biggest things that people don't teach. Golf is an ironically as one of the biggest keys to things working when they do. Name's already been brainwashed and positive with pasta giving ten conditioned to be in the right frame of mind for whatever. Winky uncharacteristic seeming bros and she'd to work to its maximum potential. When they actually get in front of you whether or not impose our zing by video platform. He me millions of matter. If you set up the psychological framework. So i guarantee you'll never need anymore training. I also guarantee because he's about making money as well people go no. You can't say that because if you're gonna do this is a business if you're not making money into not doing any good anyway because you needs to be seeing people to make when you need to seen people to help them really serve the night in each be challenging a really. Good fe both outrage. Ideally because of the perceived value the mar- expensive. You are the more likely to work all client. Yeah why categorically give him money back guarantee a full one year one hundred percent satisfaction money back guarantee on my elite. He's becoming categorically says that if during the twelve wounds from joining cain the twelve months following from joining if you do not make at least twelve thousand united states dollars mo bottom-line frothy that's profit after expenses not turnover turnovers. Vanity profits summited at least twelve thousand dollars more in mind profits from your mind saturday business. The you did in the previous twelve months before joining the become you can have a hundred percent of your investment and the future investment at least six months of the year when the ninety percent thing is only four hundred ninety seven dollars. I i tell you shouldn't be charging less than four hundred dollars to see a therapy climb. that's the bam. You should be charging otherwise. Joining the rounds of most of those dropping therapist charging in america hundred hundred and fifty two hundred dollars in england softening believe it. How challenging sixty. Two hundred pounds sterling europe most charging boundary. He's about the outrage. At the minute in november twenty two thousand eight even reducing prices for online zoom sessions. No he's not worth life when you zoom if anything charge a premium for doing on zone you're offering them safety of being in their own home during the pandemic all bland. Don't reduce the price the price up learn about marketing advertising publicity and promotion. The originally trainers can teach it out ninety nine percent of them because the fact he's ninety nine percent of them don't know how to get regularly on television on the radio newspapers magazines how to get to the line alongside a list celebrities. You know i'm in england and yeah. I'm the only shaping the therapist that when they were looking for a load of therapists from around the world the only pick one british wall may be fatal inside billy crystal and robert no in usa today. Which is american biggie syndicate newspaper. Why did i get out dropping some of the british and a therapist because of the marketing techniques ancient income. Somebody else could don't and authorized to action. That's why i say there's nobody else a subset you then. We can have some real questions. There's nobody on this plumbing quite literally. There's something can teach you some of the same stuff but the nobody funny. You can teach you as much as these in my elite nasi bootcam-. I'm certainly not the Jake -plicitly low price. You can earn your money back. We wom chinese. Don't want us to be a pig pig. Fast point eight talking crap to the telling you all you've got gotta do this technique to trade client and this way all used this technique for this problem while this techniques proper. You know what the technique doesn't make really much wattage tones of mccall's it's got to with them but the real tat need. He's having no confidence belief authority and intend to translate to the client that you know whatever important seeming ritualistic pros at us and it doesn't matter what not if you can make it up on the all i have done in the past the delivered with conviction posting ten and the client by names. Wait which by charging the sizable fade. You're off the tising providing social proof that you've got success rates with the people that they're in the right frame of mind the placebo effect to kicking moines ball for them to have safe environment to let go of all the south blaine. Shane gilson regret that being carrying around for not getting authorized and saw in the wrong. Because the truth of the marriage days awesome therapists going to hate this. Could this takes away from that meeting to feel special. Because i still stuck in that category sick mind fro mentioned sigmund freud most therapists urging the answers to the wrong problems. When you know what sadler right most therapists still screwed up in the bloody add on costs after kohl's opened moore find the holy grail to solve their own life out and also to them fail the not an impulsive when the deal i mean declines because steve down they actually saw bollocks the knowing saw placebo the down what they really need someone to tell them yes. It is nonsense isn't important seeming ritualistic process so his some tatnett. But you can make your own up as well. Because i'm actually going to teach you why it works now it properly works and then while could have some confidence to go out there and actually do not feel like a bloody impulse. I'm they could actually saw their own lives out to the point where the charging your big fate the getting more claims to make more money in the nelson over the next client in the bucket of mind thinking up against claims. This monster can afford to pay the mortgage. These people go on about ethics. The morals you know what so nasty comb being sat in front of a client. And in the back of your mind you're consciously supposed to be helping them change their lies to the bad but the back of your mind. You're worried about how you're gonna pay for mortgage that mold you know. What if you fall into that category. If you thought at the end of the month a mock lesson you've got money so to speak that actually unethical therapist if you're claiming to help the people if you're actually included won't you bloody date. Money will not be an issue to you. That's a great point. That's a great point about therapists. In general i mean a my issue with it. I mean it's it's pure cognitive dissidents like how do you ever think about if you're a regular therapist like. When is this person actually going to be done with this. Like they don't really talk about like change working that way As in terms of or at least from what. I understand about american From from people that study psychology and applied psychology. Here like clinical psychology. It is there's never like a and this is the last session you'll have with. Someone course have certainly helped me. Psychotherapeutic approaches on counseling. Do maybe going to talk about transference and counter transference you possibly gain too close to you. Climb falling over them off them reflecting the you know the easy way to avoid that become a therapist routes and salt the bloody problems out in a single session. You do out wanting to your client of their money into shrugging. So how fearful of your hobby single session. Which if you know what you're doing you can without fail now without fail earlier. I said well it doesn't work all the time it all the people. Well how do you make sure you get one hundred percent success right. You don't say the people who are not ready to genuinely change jiji enough money the investment. They have to make them off. I'm not saying that consciously they go too expensive but not truly ready for change and perhaps listening to now wife go go go and save his person stop smoking. Stop drinking down and they go off the talk to the therapist. To short the why away they relapse into global. I tried. you can't blame me. Well that's the key. You say maki clear. You only deal for the vast majority of things we won't session and don't get me wrong if there was a you know somebody with severe post traumatic stress disorder out. Random example was a right visited. I know rights. How off from that. He's only going to take one session to took remove all the way. We're failing because they're just not gonna consciously exact the idea that nazi feasibly possible. Yeah but my aim from the moment klein shows up whether it's online or in person. My aim is to discharge them from the therapeutic relationship contract rapidly as possible. Ideally within one session not can't be don't even report traumatic stress disorder but sometimes it might take a tiny bit longer for habits fares addictions phobias panic attacks. The stuff that Page the bread and butter for the vast majority of therapists one session. If you take him on the one session you weren't taught properly and if you are taking longer the one session and not getting consistently go results In one session if you should then you're not doing it right or not charging enough. You're not marketing yourself right. Because you should be max amount of the people were coming out. Time don't end up coming to in the first place right. They only cohn c- you when that truly ready who's really you do very little as a therapist. Although and provide an environment under the context an excuse for the person to change from permission for the person to change making some police days are imaginary person. Days addicted to cocaine okay at once called the only person. Let's imagine were regularly on television amnio early mid ninety s all around the world as your most outrageous hypnotise in the fall. Mistake of alex leroy when socializing with celebrities. I'm doing time. They ended up drinking too much into stringfellows. After the dole. Michelle's hanging out with the page free girls. Doing the lines of cocaine living with kind of lifestyle. I yes that was made your coat one day and enough. No not doing yeah. I'll still go to yell so no more call can and it was about ninety seven to be precise early. Nineteen ninety seven hundred. Eighty eight say wrote shortening up day south not doing it. And i stopped instantly lighter as possible to stop lie down and there were no withdrawal effects no side effects because my mind was obscene. I've stopped now. Am i saying it was easy. No only one thing that was how about that is the key to always. One thing was hard when these places no the people were taking it. It wasn't difficult i didn't. I found a wanted. It is the people will go. Alex slave ride the stash. Time at the time you never know on. No nothing's go. You donate must wake quick stopped. These people would actually almost like want to push on new. Yeah this examples we cocaine but it happens with people who used to drink a handful of alcohol and they coat down. Stop people who smoke to now dogo outside. Go outside down. They don't have a seagram's talton the people go to one. You know why because those people the environment they feel a threat to their own sense of identity. And he's like a signpost to them that he's possible for them to stop if they authorize decided to the thing is they not down it all tanks for them to make a decision take action they know. There's they certainly did that. They have to admit to themselves. They could have done that suna to make themselves. It's all their own ethene fault. The situation currently in right right. So i'm not very painful. So people go no and the endo relapsing for i didn't remind mind was sounding. Now hopping will allow therapy climbs. Some come along. Notre percent ready for change From the beginning. Dave dave dave. You drinks too much morning. Dave wakes up he goes right. Empties out call in now. Because i have drinking christmas. That doesn't mean failure in my birthday. Even if i want on friday. When i go out i can. I won't stop in a moment to adjust to drink. Kevin damn not waking up enough in a drink simply not doing it and he decides and he goes were not they rolpa for tunes. His body taught climatize but he got throwaway but then he bumps into people. Dave pope now like ours. No you've audi's the strongest thing you've ever shandy normally by now you have eight times ratio of kuwait on dave says sub drinking or at least i've stopped drinking in excess of control and they go just have one then to celebrate because people try to push down. Dad goes no no no. It's okay and then. I said well if it was not bloody sing withing years ago. You flipping idia asphalt that family and friends entrusted sakes. Why didn't you do early around them. Pissing about money down the dragon junior house and it makes thank failed out. What does that make you feel. 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Morality is and you know after one session of those cravings and desires once had in the past completely go something. I thought it'd be difficult to achieve proved itself to be so ridiculously easy. His his numba look at the websites. Day totals looks website. The websites impressive videos of people male female young old different nationalities. All phrasing this wonderful therapist johnson. Roy day thinks you all these people. My friends said that and he looks legal pricey from from five hundred pounds. Nothing's five hundred pounds sterling. Which is about seven hundred. Seven hundred fifty dollars but fertile. These you know single session. And it's guaranteed now in england to believe perspective for most people in england at least five hundred pounds sterling is probably roughly take own path to tax national insurance Now that we've got to pay you know the at when the penta mortgage did right. They're gonna save all they've got to make a commitment all. They've got to put it on a credit card or something to see the therapist on break into the savings. The film real commitment takes planks masticate. So they've got relief factor in the therapist a real commitment financially to make a cold the book the session and then the therapist especially if it's may mass shootings and go. Okay guys. i'm going to send you a questionnaire buyer email. That question mostly complete data. Return to me through the pulsed. Be sent to me doesn't matter why are they. Don't catch to send these seinfeld delivery. I've thought he'd guaranteed at least forty eight hours before your appointee fashion time. If i do not have any by the simple fact lost your money. Because i can't do the session with you unless you want to sound so day has to jump through hoops. Those commitments teammate david gap. This question is questionable. Telling the first time owner there has to be completed in handwriting. Who's going to print this out. And you might not have apprentice laughter. Email it to somebody so getting printing out was more commitment to stir up you take trains process taking place it eventually gets printed out. He followed the instructions which have asked to complete the ounces in his own handwriting mall capital letters and some of the question side is supposed to be completed completing blowing some of them saying must be complete the blocking but he's very clearly stressed that if any storm wrong. They've lost their money already. Paid up front secure the session. 'cause fifty percent. The money was taken from the book. Deposit the final balance the other fifty percent. Is you also in full before the time. The session taking place is cleared. Foams real commitment taking place in the question comes back today by the deadline. An appointee time comes to the session where we go through the bolton seeming ritualistic process. One of which whichever i choose to do that day frankly because that way than. I don't get bald a pace doing groundhog day. The same thing every time with every client which is one of the trump suit many following so So to entertains as well best voice tools and failing to nasty about it intent to sad trumps msci to the client. Because i'm not bald from having donate numerous times already. Not dade outweighing. Seeing human investor decline include as a to mike pence online in an unspoken amount because i'm dave lyda going to retain pick melting translatable. Could it doesn't exist in the way he does and the n. even when he does all he does. If you arguing does he does not. Wall never adept. That going really doesn't because at this point if they paid the money in the show for the session that cured. Yeah what have you do during that session. Now is a french listrik pantomine because the is now when they leave your room what they can leave behind all the south blame. Shame guilt and regret not having authorized and don't miss themselves previously which they always could have don't Of slaying is why they. Don and not all countries like now whether it's consciously or unconsciously i would argue it's consciously with more people than would advocates mixing full. I you sights on conscience. Yeah sure daily. They'll face going into family members. You girl dave. You're looking well going on over. Isla mistaken looks that. Because i've not been drinking. I don't smell of tobacco lobbies. Every as he points out is no longer doing and the go. Wow wow you get as ding. Yeah and they go well. Why didn't you giving sooner that now. That could have been something negative that wounded the calls the track to relapse spoke about before but now he's got perfect vomiting visible of admiral. I if i could have but it was only when i got taught about this wonderful therapy. Jonathan roller went along and went through this process. The website will treat celebrities good enough for them. It's good enough for me. Costa fault tree. But i'll tell you what it's worth. Could i know long revenue craving or desire to not used to bother me and they've got the perfect excuse why doesn't bother many the perfect reason the perfect protection for any negative comments about. Why didn't you tell me sooner. The answer is i didn't know about journalism roy law right ball instead of the name. If you favorite therapists you can. You sound is the truth of life. Therapy works is creating a safe environment for the individual when they give him permission to change an excuse to change allowed to leave all by emotional as out blame. Shankill regret behind from a therapeutic. Part of you. I do tend to use rituals that comes in. Try on helping the individual to increase The way they feel about themselves have human being on this. Plummy needs to move saying the necessarily want to consciously say. Oh no that's not may both like a bit light. Maslow's hierarchy of human needs royals hierarchy of human beings. Every human being needs to feel loafed. Wanted needed appreciate cat for cherish value. Now they sound very similar but if you write them down low. I wanted needed. Appreciated tat for cherish them down looking a dictionary at what was words actually main whilst the first hearing december to send they mean very different things some of them apply to self esteem some to self confidence onto image toe some to willpower also love black definitely between them law. The may may Jigsaw what is a human being and if there's any lacking or imbalanced in any of those seven main areas a won't ever be unlucky. Monarchies normalize this woman seventy percent out so seventy five dot williams a fall to all might be two or three of them might be a little imbalanced in the mall. It's different for everyone. 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I and help you kick snacks. So of course completely agree with them. I'm saying therapeutically sometimes south Negative no actually. You've got to be selfish to be selfless. Look kathy yourself to be out. Trial pulses properly because otherwise the elites away. Knock an imbalance so within never choice. The process idea is very much aimed. How people to feel a little and feeling doesn't have to be reality so anybody can feel like the failure and yet to everyone else looking from the outside through successive Feelings have no basis in reality so as long as we can make them feel loved. Warranty need appreciate cadfael cherished value. The may actually still be a loner. In life keep themselves to themselves and know who have people get to know them but if they feel on need appreciate catholic thurston value and the illusion that mind that reality that perceptions becomes avalanche. In the i love. Won'the needed free. Jack jack ryan which will have a positive knock on effect help increase the levels of south image of confidence self esteem and self control aka will power when all race or positively the as coming back to increase their self worth that self-esteem self love loaf amo- make the mall pulses cheaply selfish sold out. They attend to themselves in amount of mind. Body spirit soul will have a new age crap. You want to add into that winky monkey out. He thought he treorchy known. Since you want to add onto that whatever feels right for them. We'll be right for them to a level where that they can be most selfless as well. If they choose to ultimately they will be better then. Clay emotionally physically on every body level because balanced out. Those key needs right. Yeah i do have rituals to concentrate on those aides which i called complete mind therapy or another approach autocomplete unconsciously programming of emotional disease in distress acronym of witches cured which conveniently means people who are in my elite knows. He's been calm. Qualifying cured then can display certificate practitioner certificate as a practitioner of completely contrary programming emotional. Disease in digress on their tightening materials a website legally means that can up the would hewitt an acronyms of their website. circumventing the advertising laws around the world. Say you cannot claimed to cure. People are accused of that can be cured by hypnotherapy. I'll the thing is most people do use such. But he's a legal way. If you are a certified practitioner of it unconscious reprogramming emotional disease in rats and you're offering writings kua complete unconscious reprogramming emotions energies than of course you can make mention if this in your advertising but you think crowd you think complete you think reprogram you think like linguistics programming The thing sense acclaiming program not nonsense. What about its host program that tony robbins neurosis associated conditioning interest in names. Who could sell callsas and avoid the copyrights at the time alpay. So you're doing the same thing. You're doing the same thing but just because you know it works because that's interesting about you. I also teach mine. Shoot the truth rich and i guarantee bam which abound of kennedy to a lie detector if he would let me connect to ally detector. I'm sure he would agree with everything. I've said in this interview so far as being the true keys to why all mine therapy works handler. And your thoughts on him because he's been doing like i mean it used to go to one of its seminars and he he talks nested great sanjay or nested loops. I you know you watched him in avenue meals. Doubts story go off on its coping adults. And how oh what as them finish off. The i finished them off backwards and until that resolution is narrow people feel. Thank god now. I know the answer to the mall. All it's great for public speedy. He what got new satay hopefully speaking to get people's attention but not therapeutically all this stuff wonderful. We discovered this from milton. Eric's milton erickson. He's not about people who is the grandfather of hypnotherapy. Ask i know you like much of cheat come non it was actually the worst hypnotists on the planet. He talking hours he brags he brags about the fact that he could accomplish somebody for hours. Eventually they're going to get along. You know why would you want to anyway. What is your evidence a pervert event. He's a perverted cod. he's own publications. I have a problem. Town called the biology of hypnosis. Which is our training. Video sat on not training your. I referred to the publications as published by. I've written by milton. Erickson himself which contained all the evidence and emissions from himself by himself published by himself The ease of sick poverty comma. He was he told right. Pleasure and both developed taking people psychiatric units until ten forty five degree angle so they had was leaning against the wall and so in the fresh position leaving him for hours he found laureus according to his own writings while he he encouraged women to come to the next session shorter and shorter stirs just to prove that he called and he argued that this Jews metaphorical language and metaphor all indirect suggestion to at the end of eight. Who draw attention to the client. Go white if you come in progressively shelter skirt and she goes. Oh i think. I had an without just like a shock to assist to prove to us. She could now be more open with husband or partner or whatever. No it's getting sick perverted common. No need to do that. A normal session one session treatment abroad of confidence boosting the things i've taught it out and if the woman really wanted enabling to overcome any pain you know. Ptsd memories of traumatic sexual experiences. The path don't months session milton. Erickson writes is a therapist. I if you to say the evidence mall going into biology of knows but if you're gonna do that sale rooms out in about twenty four hours and then it's two hundred dollars. Why spend two hundred dollars on that when you can join the elite and also come in four hundred ninety seven dollars magical giving dot com is all. Let's go this guy you are here classic pitchman you really are like. I want to buy a decade span. Golly guards for me. I was the highest abbas. Coney called magic around the world side worked. I worked for them for a little bit toys r. Us new york chick. I would fall back in ninety five ninety nine thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred ninety walnut stock. When i was fifteen. I was youngest person employed. Father time i about a time. I was sixteen. I held the record for selling the most sangala gets a day. Wow the equivalent of all hundred and sixty odd sangala dax in a single day. I wasn't even in long. Did not retain a little crappy town called bolton lancashire great among just england i so much i noticed galley guys i also sold more in one day than they did in the entire week in the london families twice all victorians the one the mobbing magic concession. Wow much gary dot com website. Click on magical latches all the magic section you can say the sales reports for maven's magic it. So yeah i gonna go back round. Then again i was born on the circuit also performing at the age of three is flop the clown yeah come from a background bone could of kabbalah every many which videos t bound him never said by the way never said the us a fallacy make south is coastal ball. Every minute off. Tally will probably true. But i come from about round a sleight of hand trickery of junk magic don't come in the dead clamps eggs and you know what i learned from them all to the mall. Placebo people need permission to change an excuse to change. They won't environment where they can feel safe to believe something mall so it removes a blank from themselves. All about south blame shine guilt and regret from from some people do that through spiritualism and all the truth as spiritualism. Nelson's religions nonsense therapies just placebo. I've talked about but that doesn't make make you worthless. It's worth every penny we charge the client and we took charge a high thing because i times worthwhile because when we noise nelson apply out ritual in a really good strong intent confident manner then he will make applying feel safer a more able to offload that south blank. Shame and regret. I leave the face with visible in las spoken out. Ilya so wait a minute. I tell me this then. There are a lot of questions you've brought to my head but Let's start with this like richard. Bandler john grinder. There's a famous story where they or to open the seminar like grinner would be like hypnosis and there the be like there's no such thing as hypnosis Why i also heard the idea. And it's something that i definitely pedal sometimes that like every it's either it's all placebo or it's all hypnosis or is hypnosis the ultimate placebo but you kind of think it's vice versa like you think everything's placebo. Hypnosis ahead is under. the placebo. Umbrella gives an extra level to the placebo process. What is it going through. Tablets pels believe treatment. Somebody's mind say do you think there's any magical quality about placebo that people are tapping into the power of the remind. They always had that power themselves just to without example we gave people would relapse for example. Why the whole process we went through the therapist would then give them permission to change. Ultimately people can does nothing. Hypnosis can do person time do for themselves. i see. that's the same with any holistic medicine. Aw complementary medicine there's nothing the person can don't for themselves ultimately your did you say someone has ptsd. I mean. do you really think there is a because yeah jonathan like if you look at what hypnotherapist talk about. They're always like the therapy is like a one session or multiple sessions solution to something that could be traumatic for years and they had the see hypnotist to do it i mean. Can you imagine a world where people could learn how to undo trauma like that themselves. Do you believe that's possible or does someone have to guide them through a process as fully possible. If the individual believes the triple is most people combat you tasted them kicking and there will not be able to accept for themselves just making a decision effectively metaphorically flick a switch in their mind all use a simple process like imagining going into a control room in mind finding the right switch for what they want to deal with. Flicking it the right way Wouldn't accept that maybe consciously off to allow tappan all levels including consciously consciously calling what you will these just labels and tags That come strokes So that will get no way if the milonga to happen so the rams said before about the relapse and i truly believed if enough authority figures in their life if people were ball misses the problem people ball into a world where from both parents told the genuinely didn't say it because i wanted to be parents. They have to believe it. So we're transmitting the intact intense body voice tone and everything almost all feeling manager to that child that you can overcome anything using this technique in your mind as long as i trump made outside children. The children and as long as than the teachers told trump's after saying consistent message. I'm dan The people that they as they get older You know politicians at the saying message all the paypal. The society girl authority figures people power all gave the same consistent message that every individual this plumbing out the same potential within the rounds of commonsense. Obviously somebody to likes me saying he's never going to win marissa fast as somebody who likes but hey when you're in a wheel chat always you know prosthetics bolt. This is going to be a cap to that capability. All's the electric powered wheelchair so minor. They're gonna complete To physical legs element commonsense committing today. Generally speaking everyone else to say potential the differences are whether or not they believe that and how their upbringing sick mind folks vomited years zero to seven. He right on your father. Your mother fang. sigmund freud's crew. I believe the from zero to seven cents. Probably more from zero to puberty are actually a little bit longer. Athletes told me cement heating but yeah from birth. Told it's possible to flip this switch in your mind. You believe day people will believe that especially if it was being confirmed by the teachers. The parents the grandparents the ones they trust the ones they supposed to be authority figures. Well no bowling to a world where society with the exception of our parents fortunate. Who will tell us that. Levels i go could achieve things while some people don't even have invoked. Generally authority figures will often criticize. You must do better. You not fulfiling. Imbo politicians will tell you. You're not good enough things possible. Teachers will bring a worldwide where thirty figures are actually to be feared to some degree. Place down the whole system is engineered by governments. The word govan means to control and man's nunes monde government means mind control boating to a world of mind controlled whether global elites fully. Understand what. I'm telling you okay. i'm not. They have for example manning. The government thing. They call the behavioral not unique. is called behavioral department and team ways A place called the toughest stockings to humidity. Yeah tabah stock. That's huge twenty to investigate. Link back to the savvy stock hospital which links back to the ko from mind control experiments. That were don't shortly after the wall. When josie mango who get the atrocities nazi germany was smuggled out germany to american with some of us not conspiracy. The documents in proof and facts are out there now. He was involved in an ko. Trump related will the rim k projects of trauma. Nice mind control the world. We living from birth to death. He's a willed purposely engineered trauma base mind control psychological orientation confusion. Her slate created through. This information lives propaganda. Misinformation distortion of truths through the media were alternately controlled by the rich people. Both add rolled control by even richer. People both we got to the top of the trade or people in the shadow of not even heard of but i go into details about any mind. Documentary is now available free. You no longer have to pay for it. We oh it's free. We used to have asylum sale via meal and amazon on demand. Yet you can still buy the dvd amazon of extreme danger extreme. It knowles time sleep walking zombies to cope bolt Last month we made the decision to releasing freight on the glitch in the code youtube channel. You can also find it going on magical guru dot com and click. Marks has extremely dangerous extreme moses on a page full of videos that but included is the stranger extreme hypnosis feature film documentary remaining free because remained a back in two thousand and nineteen nazi right unit over my decades this industry but i pretty much completely by two thousand eighteen. When i met the film producer richard alexander willette brick wall fair sti- talking about and then by the middle of twenty nineteen. We went we made. It released it about september october time. Twenty nine think all these global you said the word four land. Damnak you call it. A plan damage occurred now. I'm not saying there isn't real virus looking to mention mall the mall. So the wise videos can get flagged on stuff Well something israel possibly going to say. What's going on do what's best created a was created in a lab. You think manmade ultimately Is my personal opinion. It was made on purpose however even if he walsum what is happening is being politically. Qa governments around the world who and people go. There wouldn't all possibly throw always arguing. These governments are all so. There's no way they will cooperate. Together is an all house the same size or distort the truth or hide some facts. Wait a joint purposeful outcome to those people. I say you should go and investigate things like agenda. Twenty one should investigate agenda twenty seventy. You should go and investigate the great global resets. You should go investigate the fall. Industrial revolution when you do be prepared to go down something behold because you will find the fall in fuel revolution and the great global reset agenda twenty one hundred twenty thirty all mentioned just conspiracy theory websites but actual governmental web signs because they have a plan for a great global reset. They have an agenda twenty one to rage an agenda twenty thirty which is involving in terms to depopulate. The will by millions of people by twenty thirteen in terms. It's about helping people with both controlling the will countries. I'm encouraging people to have you know let's get into. This is going to be genocide. A motoring volve last your saturday. Let's say all anything and he's out encouraging people to use contraception in third world countries and only twelve a limited number of kids that kind of thing optimally results so at the side reducing the population by millions i twenty thirty cm black and white document. What's the goal. What happens if you reduce the population. What are they trying to do. You think what david is pointing to you know he's always like oh we're going into technocracy. They're gonna control with the chips. They're going to reduce the population. I'm going yeah but then what happens. What are the rich gonna get that. They're not getting now gang. He said they just him. You just doing it for office again. Let's look at you know when you investigate money. Money is an illusion of promised to pay the bearer on demand so much value Not much gold in the world as they could have fractional reserve banking the small money out of the residual military reserves reservoir money out get free pag but about invisible never existed so they got rid of getting this. If you had all the money out in the world everyone will be apparently super rage. But it's been proven for experiments. That would also go back to these. People know the secrets people value themselves. People who've been conditioned to feel santa entitlement and south Dock as dick difference between going to a normal school and going to leeds it's the brainwashing process. She goes through of your work. You're entitled to this. You take somebody. Right is fundamentally a genius in most things Just not going to public and not public normal school the people to go to fray and the people incredibly poor as well as opposed to post new got no particular talents just the parents out of the money. They've got all the social network. Today's well connected place. The person with no particular talent live will get way further. This person who's actually got skills talents abilities about the weightings. It's not what you know who you know. And they don't have to be that way. People believed in themselves of how of confidence collectively doesn't work. Long person is going to work. This is gonna happen on a big scale but everything gear. They know this globally nolde. Everyone more cope have more confidence themselves. Took a stat bach. Start listening to so-called authority figures. Won't sydney for them. Follow the money. That person stands to gain power over me again. I'm to gain a profit all stems to gain a feeling of power. It doesn't have to be a tangible thing. You know some overnight lows money quite often. The rich people turned to drugs because the money the thrill of the gulf from any more money disappearance taking drugs throw from that disappeared from the style confer sexual practices the thrill from that disappeared. So they have to find something else. 'cause they won't to fail something. Gold retirement event as the truth. Thing is that they've all made. The only way feelings are not reality. You believe in your mind when you to control your mind direct. You can have heaven on earth evident. How creativity in your own mind. He's why some prisoners of war when Got three came out on the lives. All those of just spending a live with what we now. Full traumatic christie's okay Got anyway what was the difference because of the state of mind durable to get into so people could play speak. Did you train your kids. I was gonna ask about. I know you have a sahn. Do you have a you have a daughter. You have a daughter. Do you do you just one daughter as far as no way. Okay okay So your daughter Do you have you trained her. Like this like view taught her that. Everything's in her head and she's like able to have this what you described disability to feel that she can do anything from the constantly in any way possible. Reinforce the message that everyone is capable of almost anything as long as it's within neth physical ability. One long is the mommy to do. But if you're going on at the time doesn't mean it's impossible to save old. Yeah i've always. I've always given the message that you got to entertain. You know the word impossible a state of mind. Because the first is i am. I actually saying i'm possible. Little people often found a way of doing it yet. Doesn't mean it's not possible. Yeah oh yeah you know. I advocate you know when when baby when you know if you want to help. You can't win their baby. Get plastic spider. Some aplastic dhabi doll on an action. Mad men and women. So now i money All different things that people might scan off in life the minimal mobile and how fat hanging over the crypt from an early. So that the played with. I'm saying as something not to be scared of And so the have you seen this work like. Have you seen examples. Where like normally a kid would like to develop some sort of traumatic experience and bring that into adulthood like abusing. Your daughter able to deflect a negative emotional experience because of this already. Oh how proper practically in a daily basis. I mean he's like dot safety blanket. Shield spoke about when people believe themselves conflict with my daughter Eleven now but you know. Even years ago she she. She was going out on stage from thousands of people. Wow phone and just keep was completely normal reason to be scared. 'cause the truth issue thinking about logically wanted to be scared about walking out in front of thousands of people befalling. We'll see absolute worst thing that could while they all stop doing gail right. They don't like what you do make. They don't know human beings so he's not used that in as what you were doing fine. Everyone's entitled to their own opinion. Hey you shouldn't out haunt you for the rest of your life. Yeah i'll be curious to see what she does with herself. I mean you know conditioning. Somebody that actively coming from that belief. I mean jonathan. I almost wonder conditioning. I'd work conditioning. Condition implies something negative I believe it's from far more positive. Perspective of just avoiding the negative. I normally thrown people from all areas of the live which is again something we illustrating troll in the extreme danger extreme hypnosis document. Yeah we'll do you think. Then i mean m. k. Ultra happened which their pay projected doughty date and the what were they. I mean if if it's all placebo if hypnosis all placebo then like what do you think what is mind control. If it's not hypnosis or suggestion like how would you define what's happening with. Somebody is a victim of 'em gail trout or mind. Control over saying they just to walk scale okay. Three pure normal desiring and confusion sending people propaganda message. Disinformation through the made control allowed propulsion of population into believing things opting certain ways. You see in the media now away so many gone How freezing not wearing a mask the now be eligible. They should be ostracized in society and people right governing. The neighbors does because it being led to believe about should up through the media and the an the lame stream or mainstream media not polishing. The recently is a couple of weeks ago. All call case occurred Forgotten the country off the top of my head and you might not policy. Relevant part is you can go. And search and five hundred crew in called. The people won that case because they re was found by the drudge by the evidence provided that there is not enough evidence to prove any statistical value. A the use of masks In the context in the context of the way people are being told to adams of and also given the fact that ninety nine percent of the people are not washing them every day. All using a new mask every day or replacing them every ninety minutes. Which is what the real advises if you were wanting it to be beneficial. You've got to get you come. Textron never wrote the latte ladder rates. Light you know. The fear instilled a life of. I've gotta do. My boss says the wiser could end up schemes own employed. I'm the real of day strain to get people to do things like going and killing somebody. I was going to ask in cherian candidate like thank you severe trauma trauma bags von control. It's all trauma based on controlling because down here. Stop fear of being knelt one out in society. If i don't do what everyone else to be here it might be. The fair of losing income provides the lifestyle. You've call 'send the sale to get someone to imagine somebody and in a manner where you learn. How your minds. You have no conscious recollection of doing gay while trona at the high level and not Bowling bowls token navy sexual abuse And maybe acknowledged so-called hypnosis but because people believe he's because people believe the ritual of acknowledges main something the placebo work but actually going to work on his own just hypnotized some so long online each work. He won't take the tie somebody to go in the count. One of my troops has della worth advising military and the people in and spoke the simulated becoming slang out data. The truth is you've got to make the person thing and doing something does not contradict the models of the values de lavar level. Your mentor die was like training people how to make me during candidates. Yeah one of a mental televi- gotta main spoke. Manages bible teaches how to yeah candidate type. Approach why a lot of stuff is how many in the simplest form basically if you take somebody. Hypnotize regressed them to believing and acting as low. As six years age native believe and active all the six years of age playing cowboys and indians and that the cowboy a new. Give them at capcom in a holster inside pocket. Maybe and tell them that when they see they speak by indian graph I say dot big bow chief indian. They won't to win the game cowboys new medium. So they'll shoot him in the capcom five times they go out person shoots he five times that will kill the person a real go and oppose nothing doing anything wrong because they believe an if regretting their mind moved to the area where the action goes low untrue to the point of believing that operating a sexual playing cowboys and indians under this completely within the moral code value. So how is that. I just. I'm i'm trying to understand your perspective. Because i've heard it over the years and a reality to understand your people not liking than the the view. I'm telling you the truth and a lot of people might not like was the reason why you know in the past. I don't stop. It will be deemed illegal in the real world both for media projects. Yeah i got to know about that. Both into the grey area of being acceptable within the law given legal. Excuse under that legal excuse. 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Dvd's and use them word for word action fraction an indeed when people saw roger that tv show channel following england. People come to the tv. Come where do we learn how to do this. Nelson would recommend people. Starting my led count. Now i can tell you categorically people who work for that company a ball practically every dvd of ever released of used elements from them including durham browns. Tv shows dot as being confirmed in front of witnesses by undo nine man who is one of brown's chief advisors in front of witnesses convention could play years ago. I didn't even know talking from a hundred nine. The wonderful thing is when you telling the truth it can have a bite you in the ass and i was bragging about how dan reduced Get reminding one of his tv shows on. this guy. didn't recognize that you really sure about when on my dvd set was no such thing as a token out turning. Somebody's walked back. I'm making them think more times golden really house and ultimately it's the embryo darren's totally click routine from one of these tv series on the guy gas pools. You've got an argument. An eventually said he's goodbyes and left. Everyone when you do know about out you know undeniably no said mr off. And they went. You do know that. I saw and recognize the bid at the time flies. Time without being the point is the cima stove anima. Dvd's i do on about how to do this. No i'm gonna say as as i said before. Delve fully explains in his book. How to create mantra being income. Today on in england darren brown did a show called the assessing. Yes and in america One of my colleagues who help promote one of these events in england before when he came over here gentleman called. Tom selva through. Tv in america did a version of brown show that was called brainwash right and they can be found on youtube searching eye on television trickery. Ariella reality i'm telling you categorically could be done for reality in reality it has been done in reality surround. Saran google search on google. He's a player. Bobby yeah okay. So this is this is interesting so the line between placebo and mind control to plus evil can be used to create negative. Painful outcomes doesn't always have to be people assume. Placebo is to do with because of the sugar pill. Take your sugar pill. Chemicals naval person got start believing them on another if they believe assume would argue. This is nasi with act. And that's what makes line there. No cbo fact says that if you somebody a chemical pels supposed to be the chemicals of what. We're going to help the person about to see the we shouldn't malvern. And they believe in but if they believe or rather job leave is going to work for them so they believe it will work for them consequence the the chemicals the apparently being scientifically proven to help them get back from something. Many people can handle remaining gil because they don't believe is going to work for them now. It's a thin line between necessarily but i. i like to talk more. In terms of the placebo. Impulsive seem emrich listrik processed. Idea if people believe you can be hypnotized. Well then guess wall do things against their will especially if you knowing that is rarely true create a scenario where they think that doing something that's within the morals and values on commodities spoken about interesting so even when your i mean okay regression you're talking about regressing people to think they were kid but you just think it's all placebo like even rearranging. It's make believe all you gotta do is tell if somebody believes that you are the therapy figure and experienced therapist you know and you got them site in front of you and you say okay. Just close your eyes. No fall late not too keen. Doctrine pearl says no long drawn out process fastest doctrine. Kevin eight on the plenty is could have a lawyer on the planet. As i'm now disclosure is just so long as you keep your eyes closed at all times unless i say otherwise this will prove to be will million percent successful feared the free marketing advertising publicity and promotion with an effective enough that the person that made the decision to book a session with you on payoffs above average price. Say and not is the only induction. You need wow what about mind control victim like like you're telling me they have to go through severe trauma four. We're the majority of the population mind. Control victims of hums of the government's information and propaganda. Newspapers the media and the lies unbeknownst to still lean doctrine nation process. Most of what. The act tall isn't any real meg using the real world. Just teaching them to learn things. Remember them repeat authority thousand two and they got rewarded when the qasim exam is learning them to obey teaching them to look. You learn to obey authority figures. That's why education really about it's brainwashing process. So when you're making cherian candidate. I mean what it sounds like jonathan umbria. I'm trying to not that. I'm trying to advise people on this. Podcast had create like hypno- assassins but for entertainment purposes and intellectual purposes. Off in that if you really wanted to find that out all the all scientific noses food come the nation educational purposes only obviously role. Yeah i mean. I and i also think it's important for people realize like this is how it could happen to you like you're telling me it's sort of like a. It's like an acceleration of disinformation via either sexual assault or or like created trauma to key is an individual right right. One end of the scale person to achieve their full potential needs to feel low one needed project cadfael cherished and valued the neutral to let go of lot. South live guilt guilt regretting line. The dot book south famous. I'm self-esteem self confidence. They need up south south low self respect. All the things. I talked about earlier in the podcast. Is there like hundred percent positive. Turn off the. telly adult. Listen to television news programs. Go read the newspapers. The don't fall for the boom shake out independently researching things from multiple scenarios. The don't automatically right leave. The a uniform means somebody's got to be abided by. I'm not saying the law. While i'm saying his law customer in uniform tells you you've got to do something doesn't necessarily mean not true Dang that's closer to freedom. Happiness communist relax one on all ended. The scale is to not being opposed being themselves firearms. Now's the truth. The other end of the scale will be to be depots normalized so to become one of the shape one of the crowd. Who's definitely ball. Roll book extraordinary popular delusions. Mountainous crowns musi boat with reading. You think any individual when you get around to the people you tend to take home. The group thing slang wonderfully nights. I explained the law. In the extreme danger films well Then of the kale trend of things. You've sexually abused somebody. Whilst causing extreme pain or trawl it becomes so painful. Psychologically spiritually emotionally on every level of that being a human being handle fields. Such a sense of shang guilt regret outy under south to blame themselves. They feel guilty. What did i do wrong. Then they will compartmentalize trying block it. Off and split. An explicit often becomes a split personalities multiple personalities offers a formed. A new world of mind. Control it's cold different alter and you can have multiple won't because they're not used by one person in one way not creates one onto one personality triggered by a certain keyword or action on someone else abuses them into gift from way and then got themselves. Himselves has got pop missing. Don't feel whole glinted off. Wow yeah to get to that degree. You've gotta be inflicting pain but pain Sexual trauma the trauma. Lots doing his deep personalizing the individual. If you go magical gerry. Dot com and click on extreme danger extremely knowles as well as the free fell being others all the free videos. One of them's where. I break down the eight steps of coat mind control. How the get you into a colt and keep you know how people should escape and as one to understand that more understand how on a lower level thus while the media during lying to you manipulating controlling the narrative. This is really great. This i mean again you explaining that really opened up Something in my mind if never thought about you know. Mind control as being the other extreme of what happens when a person that spectrum of like what. One session of therapists are a hypnotherapist. Should be able to bring you so. You're totally empowered. Individual that has compatible pleasure lofta relaxed token feelings of southworth all still over here pain feelings of shame. Blind joe i'm victim all the negative point where complete. Yeah eight from one extreme to the other globally leads in everything. I do. Try to chip away to personalise you so that you live. Ideally for them. It's all working at least forty hours a week for fall two years of your life and then having to retire on fall. Two percent of the income is a pension you know. Fall to live on in the first place chumps. You never got a chance to to be you to discover you. Wow why aren't you. I know you're training hypnotists a and and entertainers but like you have a lot of courses about teaching people how to like change others. Why aren't you just teaching the public. Like i feel like you could write a book like you know That has the kind of get to speak the truth now. Shutdown sounds balbo. If i bought a certain video which have done on somebody else. You've youtube channel. We've tried to experiment x amount thousands of years. I stick it on my channel against a few hundred views at this showband. And it's no surprise when your shoulders media companies and you look at my history which he can do on if you go to magical gerry dot com again but you click on the page says fake shake all to the chase and to circus the mind dot net. I explained on the how nineteen while the mid nineties. I saw own quest to expose the media worldwide for the lying fabricating. People who may cope complicated nonsense stories is the majority of what you read me on. The does a grain of truth is distorted. Whatever narrative the rich people both of told the public need to sing in hand and i went out to expose slightly misfired london me in prison for humans ironically twenty years on the call to appeal still an ongoing call the peo- case the i'm hopeful winning overturned not convictions. I'll take to explain so explain them not page what he will show you. Raise the first unexperienced from infiltrating from the inside which also see in the extreme dangerous remain. Nelson's documentary the world media. Television radio newspapers magazines finding out first time than the vast majority of as lies or if he's not lies it's complicated nonsense. All is highly distorted propaganda with tiny grain of truth boyega amana because the people wall and there's only four or five people own owned percent of the world's media yeah thinking about only four or five people and those people while rakes in their own right socialize with people or even richer more powerful nemi album walked to do. This is no coincidence. That rupa murder. A media mogul always thought we need halls. The decades in terms of who's become prime minister. Alran become the president calls is tough. He's he's media brands to public. Devolve a person pakistani girl. Globally lead won't empower interesting. So wait a minute. Wait a minute but with regards to like why. Why are you training hypnotists. When you don't really think hypnotists have that much power like it's about the people not about hypnosis. He calls sadly even people who face will sell deep down may resonate with them. You know yeah. Some people might be able to get the company's you know. Yeah for just get out south blame guilt and regret the sky's the limit out to do something tout themselves and they will self sabotage from some level for the reasons i mentioned earlier because there's an omen written on conscious program in the computer by in delta paul years of accountant out simple tomatoes changes So you still think you need a hypnotist figure on society saying the a lot of people believe they need Because if they think believe. I need that than it will be easy a fall of them to make change your slot but the truth is no. They don't cook to from sows actress. That got a totally believe. The nerve five petitional muscle in the body from the tips of the toes to the tips of fingers the puzzle. They need to do if they're able to believe fully for themselves and exclude these messages. That being told by the media by silicone authority figures. The apparently that isn't true than yet account do dot quake all they could just be the to them. They will buying enough. Make you define untrimmed commitment a time commitment. I'm dan offloading about south. Blame chan guilt. mcgrath therapist. Office been out to go out invisible vomiting and half dot safety shield off. Hey i didn't do it before. Because i haven't been to see advise that person. Yeah why you're doing it. I mean why aren't you doing a course called. You don't need a hypnotist for the audio book called perfect you jonathan royal which is the best south how bookham plenty and date both age the most on as only about eighty sheets. They fall paper but he tells you all kinds of stuff. It goes into more depth than what i'm talking about. Do you think we need. That is still. Do you think we need more the out there. Some people do yeah. Four people have been indoctrinated. don't need outlet. lau benign. There was nothing wrong with that. But i think the hypnotists therapist have a name. They're going to call themselves to be most effective. They need to make you know if money's not worrying about paying mortgage for the reasons Making the best of that client. In which case that's where my training a real different can concentrates on how to get the clients. How reichstag mind before the show. So that genuinely ready for a change in the ways of said it will teach your techniques to work in one session and you can offer your money back guarantee a clients because if you advertise and the way i teaching allegiant knows they will a qwerty mon session right because it's been settled before they even get one now. You do a lot of you do a lot of grey conditioning work. I mean i know. That's why you in kenton knepper can knepper who's a great mental list of and i'm a fan of his work as someone who had a more as a hobby these days and a friend a colleague a genius in the world of mental. Ism on what he's done easy. He's in the world of mental ism of mine meeting browns of he's applied techniques of come from the world of therapy on a deeper level as well from the native american indians of a shamanism. Where there's a lot of symbolism with our power animal journeys and stuff and as indirect suggestions through process of massive falls on these things which could aggravate sound a little bit like indirect symbolism. That sounds a bit lot. Genetic thou poverty komarom. We talked about. Well no extensive. Not because he doesn't take hours and hours for these things to right right to seed when he properly and get an almost instant response but you can also have on seeds planting the background in canton's a master doing this as well Teachers so those continue joining gatt from stronger inning. Hunts the effect of things to your. Yeah i mean he's got like kenton ism and the and ways of doing which. I always find interesting because it's like hypnosis already is a placebo and then he's teaching you how to do sudo hypnosis Do you see a difference between those or is it all. Just the same thing. You'll have to agree towns. The segment of the person doing it The state of mind to the individual who is being don't all interest in sides. You know you can use so-called genuine hypnosis. If somebody who doesn't believe in. Am i just come to sleep. Be playing along because they will five minutes a fag. Yeah you could use so-called pseudo hypnotic techniques because the person believes y'all just wonderful powerful individual special powers. They may convince themselves in genuineness. Tie complies Convinced themselves genuine been hypnotized inaugural if they believe that can hypnotized than the hopping even ties. But you didn't notice exist only in mind believe interesting interesting. Yeah i mean look people of always the big debate is and i want people to understand where you're coming from with this so i can also understand it Like if you see a stage hypnosis show. And i've heard people be like they're just play acting and i know stage hypnotists hypnotized anyone in alive through to the fact. There's no such thing as noses for starters giving people suggestions and those people choose to take them all not well the truth. Is this the stage. It not show one or two things happens. Person goes back to the audience need this. Oh i can't remember. Why did what happened in the friends. Go you get. They sure larry will wonderful an extra fifteen minutes of fame afterwards. Can the friends are telling you what style they were right in truth. I believe that person genuinely remember. Actually just an attention seeking folk. We won't slow retention every stage every stage hypnotists. Volunteer is going through that. Do you believe that brearley nosy fallen zero. The planet connected to a lie detector properly. The modern day wombs very accurate analysis. Honestly you just give he because he felt good getting fifteen minutes of fame. We'll get the hates directed the applause enough to toward you and you knew you have the perfect excuse of afterglow of saying it doesn't matter how embarrassing what i did was the hypnotist me. I couldn't stop myself so you think it is played the ultimate. What's the difference between stage says volunteer actor individual who whilst if can t to lie detector. They knew i. I don't agree with you would end up showing up with a line in the context of on said You could ask them. Do you believe you genuinely hypnotized and that could say some of them kasai. Yes impossibility actor. Because they convinced themselves and now afterwards to rationalize h to consciously have to admit to themselves but there was nothing special going on and they did just sex toy. Onstage met themselves look ridiculous right for wall to feel like a staff of fifteen minutes for war assad life. They must have had found the needed. Guess what almost mean that levels of self worth and all those things are told him out somewhere in balance interesting form of therapeutic process of they couldn't be blamed for having the fifteen minutes of fame because the hypnotists made them do me but they don't want to admit so they won't convince themselves the logic late-day they must've only be metaxas. Wow well what's the psychology of what happens when someone wakes up and they don't remember it immediately. Are they then convincing themselves. That they don't remember immediately because that's what they're supposed to do. Like what is actually going on in their handling of nashville. Tv films overs doing it because some level i know that people off to re feel the need to tell them what they get a goal a sal. She's what happened and the guy. Now the phrase an ego boosting. I'm feeling wanted needed appreciate. You can't for cherished and valued. Yeah the oxford handbook of hypnosis. Do you think it's going to cry. Shot may big thing. I mean i mean the one with a window. Michael mike nash. Amanda barnier urban current road. 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That's bullshit i'll give you one example and she's not fulfilled getting sued because council meets true. I'm a guy called ball. Booms in england came up with a thing called the swamp which idea of talking to somebody in the hunt moose. Lot countries awareness to indicate yes. I'll know what a right. Yeah race loan in the magic mental community and therapy community. What very few people that do don't seem to realize the i helped bring that to market. I e it doesn't use it now. But i told sloan troops downfall was telling the truth so come just weighed analytical negation because what was twenty two away bypassing. The faculty of the brain is open. Trump's induction. He thought he says that's not the case but he's also planted something you inform. Keep it is. I teach in my chewed training manuals complete and country programming multiple disease in distress. And i give a picture though. From an ounce of print bocom using pendulum from the eighteen hundreds. 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I and you'll see all the emails funky million us all the your members. He's on his journey of learning many years ago he conveniently forgets now evidence proof style so many of these scientists in the industry now the woman the flag may off in the past recently. Yeah yeah out whether evidences. And he's not breaking data protection laws. Because yahoo group isn't being birth you would read the copyright of all postings became mine so by being a member. You ain't gave me permission to publish them. Wherever places don't list What do you think the criticism. I mean jonathan really. You know. I've always wanted to dig into this with you because i was on a forgotten more forgotten more hypnosis and mind control the ninety nine percent from eleven newell cecil the molson with the exceptions of your life subdural brown and paul mckenna you. Ironically you name anything. Snag writes real begonias in the center for schools stage noses. 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Cantering guys you'll ever meet in way. i was at uk legal adviser because despite the fact of saw this big craze of freight hypnosis for most people ignoring the fact that it's legal to do hypnosis randomly on the free in england for entertainment purposes If you're not already applied for license from the authority. Yeah because there's a certain way of doing with loopholes in the law. Then you've got to be careful because under juki of candles. You need to be correctly insured and if you want to use certain pulls incorrectly you would invalidate your insurance brian. Brian blood teaching sri acknowledged his england. And yes unafraid. Does include names mentioned before as the telling people you don't need a license of the local authority a website improves. I roll announced the only pose a threat to every licenses authority in england. Hundreds event legal confirmation from them basically legal opinion and he won't doing so without a license Because the break in the hall and anyone doing so on the straight line you see these youtube videos and people sit on the bagging near to traffic is the post and believes ain't type might fall over into the rule. Thirty dangerous won't ethical moral and they said they will run licenses to those people. Yeah people don't mind me because unfortunately what. Teaching is quite often immoral illegal. Dangerous all the people that liquids. yeah what about. You heard that you tried to shut down to just justin trance when he came over notre. That's complete cobblers. You're trying to shut down his show at a nightclub one. that's nonsense version. What happens is eagles. Do abors and solve Tree hypnotist mate of i let the local authority not avenue. The fact is the local authority. Not area agreed not having applied for a license legal to be doing Straight on the street or in the balance around the area the people involved cat moving from pope to pulled to avoid a licensing officials were out searching for them they blatantly went out and post stuff on social media that we managed to doing for the new thing to do with the show is doing without the show he was doing walls apparently moving out licensed. Wow that's between him. Ona maloka licenses authority. I couldn't care less you go out onto the streets in the town. Licensed premises doing stuff in a dangerous manner which is widely whereas assure is in a more controlled environment. Totally get from that. Yeah i'm gonna do wanna count to protect the safety of the general public this industry. Because i'm gonna fuck is a result of all the known. Since a few years ago. I team with four or five a long term professional haggis and health and safety experts. Wow bolt together. A thing called the transparency template right right while that was long and the is the world's most comprehensive training on health and safety legal issues juki of cashews stage hypnotists. Anyone who's group hypnotherapy demonstrations all free images and if you've not suited for transparency template can guarantee you probably no safer as logical thing. Well don't read off to buy on his own home. Five dollars comes free inside. The elite knows. What are the other criticism. Well first of all. I just for the record for the record. You were saying right now that justin trance like like if he were to come on this podcast and be like dispute the things you said you were saying you did not try to shut down his show. Wow three noses mental there. Yeah it's interesting because you know but he is all about. I can tell you this story. You can contact us of interviewed in the past robot. Fed's kevin organ off an independent person. I've spoken to tell you the my body language is consistent with about to say. I did not find downey show. I have no involvement after the event who d- tried to shoot me show on your thought person sent me a copy of the lights Local licensing authority of nothing to do with me. And i didn't until after the event i was involved in trying to stop the dangerous and illegal street hypnosis fifty nine interesting interesting. Yeah what we what. Okay back wrap it all together. It's been very informative. Jonathan people what he does. It means either liar right bay a massive lines. Okay 'cause all these interview means about ninety percent all of hypnotherapy donald payne staging nelson trains of lied to you. All i liked you in. This interview is one of the over. There's no railway grand challenges print marrone can prove to me the someone else with more training materials to staging. Nelson's online may remote training material satan therapy for mine therapy things prove to me. Somebody gives you more not enough ties publicity and promotion training. Well fantastic therapy to me. So many gives you more as a falsely claiming they do. I know you could have looked to these things. And they don't even go close and that's the other people because either i'm lying and everything i've always don't as being leading say all i'm telling the truth as the evidence proves if you go mind websites will log in you. So strategic extremely nosey celikkol the nineteen fifty two inches. From the counsel's those people allowing me to my turn will shine a one time. I actually tried to how. I'm tony jacklin. When he started out as he's proven with wars that before to the point where he used a hypnotic not bending routine idea remind on thurs video sad Treated approach my names on the credits. If your loan might turn try. I wish i wasn't involved in the rest of the. Dvd produces people who study studying who are frankly baldwin. Dangerous One while and you in this little. I've heard in hospital years credit to people average. I voted in husky. Anthony's actually starting teaching a reasonable level of housing safety when he teaching people entertainment eight noses some years ago and i've heard that the actually tell them to look into the now he gets rounded by saying. I believe i'm led to believe the rather going into great ups about what laws are in the different countries that he goes. Do your own research in your own area. Reach wrong responsibility. Frankly i think cop-out into judy of cow. Walls is trying to be teaching the students what they need to know. Which is why. I'm actual people age. Intrigue moses have a copy of transparency ten light which no one else on the planet. Nothing comes you know. I called trusting. James james south tells safe onstage safety training for stage hypnotists because when you're not he get cheap insurance. If you're in america guess wall. Yeah again cheap insurance. If you're in america does even come close to covering five percents even alois talk. Transparency template that health and safety future friday muslim saints onstage website safety training and thing now they say the stage offering it your softening mistaken. Why james honestly copy of the transparency template improved to middle hyphen stage teacher. All of the safety stuff in the transparency. Template you count on. You can't say from stage thing on these useful for one purpose. Only getting keeping sheriff's if you're in america which it's not about making people safe if he walls you would actually the stuff discovered on the transparency. So you're challenging any hypnotist. You've named to prove you wrong in this show like you're talking paul mckenna just trans justin. James anthony act. When in the context of i've claimed and stay remember mccown because have to root for james documented evidence that completely contradicts nicole law. I think -ceptable by drudge. The written documented evidence all numerous shops in the case of the who group. We don't john quyen. All the case off numerous emails and facebook messenger messages from burns underwear before when i called if you came down to illegal nice with bail to subpoenaed. I'm from the phone. Company proven that he rang date on at least two occasions from long period of time for the marketing of housing publicity and promotional vice in terms of the content will. Yeah some people gathered to come. Improve is a your online trading area. Not just i mean you can Fighting our online up. No it's got to actually quality light. You said on your advance. That is the most comprehensive professional training materials. Do that proving. You don't even call the walls. Jonathan i wanna you know yes you know. There's a reason why regularly not ninety percent off the boot camps. How you use use it up. Just discount called h. Why is that hypnotize in block. Capital letters to get it all four hundred seven dollars. You never have to pay another patty again and then seeing you are release by copter. I guess laurie now. You know why and you also from fifteen other wilkes of paying the copyright unlicensed about the training materials and you to come so it's not just me you know. Come on the rest of the mountain bloody business caged about ninety percent of them's crop on the tank to send the actually have some real world success real climbs. The woman who don't rely on making money from the calls were actually being successful. Young noble cream rises to the top. They will still living. What do you say to people that are going to say greg. You have this guest on a used the entire podcast commercial. Excellent you know and watching you podcast. A new shine stag are embarrassed about selling. Your problem is only two reasons why that should be the case. You're embarrassed about selling your product to promoting it. They shit for ninety percent of vague knows his is not the case. That's another don't live me all secondly severe lack of confidence. If you truly believed in your chromebook you do what you sow you only two people to make them aware of the rule of you watching this being over backwards them metaphorically right by people hundreds and thousands of dollars pounds and euros to know even get even five percent what you got. The elite technologies. Become when you may not intelligent decision to change life about what about all these people you had on your show. I mean you've had Mike mandel on stephanie cole. And hughes like do you. Do you recommend any of their products. Why have you had them on your show. I openly saying none of them. None them none of the number of national can offer you an area that go mall training materials covering all areas of sand to the level of with what meant none of them come even seventy all of them together that not only not tweet so far if they will all training materials together he still wouldn't come to the number of hours of video audio and everything is in the generals. Wow wow now and you know. I also going to say to you. Think that the other thing. I i've read about you. Jonathan i've always wanted to get cleared up is fat. People saying like yeah. His stuff is good but he over markets at the message gets lost. If they think that you need saw you right out because you want you want you to count number if you go down you know. All the people were saying that either i stove. Bayleyivar elvin prominence borrowdale. Somebody lock today's scorpio. Of course i trust from all products. But hey the thing you avoid you only message straggly when you to come come to buy. There's no hope sal. There's no that you'll never be sold anything else. That's the point of view. County comes with a guarantee you never need anything else from any woman. I includes me any of the other fifteen trainers in the been cow. Newell the tried. And we'll do that yet. I'll guarantee you also future right. Because i can already see. I mean i feel like. I've read this before i feel like you know if anthony jacqueline is listening to this now like i feel like what might happen or somebody else will use like a non name person. They're like oh he just criticized me. Won't we all know that. Jonathan royal just that you want nepal cast any of these people had to add. Always walk down the balls. Oh that'll be interesting. Now with the new jack. Quinn is blindly. Half the opportunity in the past to these schools mountain on a live video or audio podcasts on condition of none of it was registered downloads. Right my only stipulation. That goes out as as any anything. He wants five. I'm allowed to ask him. Anything won't live and yesterday. Agreed on the sideline zayed agree to anything. And i don't you about the loan would be one person comes off looking like a dangerous certainly in the past dangerous and won't wow. That's the context of what we've talked about. We'd have to make very clear when has to do with the dangerous galaxies street. Alway right right. It was going to say. Do you feel that you know you being this marketer prevents the message that you wanna have go out there like does take away your account count back. Just look at the testimonials thirty you know. Boot and medical dot com. Click on an email account. Finding testimonials watched the videos read the ramones. Visiting the website check people rail recognize a lot of them. Some famous undone. Then you you. You'll see he's he's just they saying. No one comes close to teaching the train. Like hiding all in quantity all quality fat. So rain sounds arrogant. Yes as pretty true. Una- based on area of expertise recruited fifteen of the world class. Expos into the big. Come to teach you things. So i can guarantee the become as the biggest most comprehensive alarm trying area. You choose to join me. I never have to pay no the penny again to anyone anywhere in the world. Any form training third. Some acting author names. Don't you if you choose not to your loss. You families lost more. His musical won't be as go to jakob. He won't make a difference to my life really spry enough you using a voucher. Call hypnotize formally not regular for with the toilet with trump go on sale. Multiple things popping. Komen's that iran from books farmers of the new dot com visit websites. And i don't need your money or not gonna give you all the sound free. The dan you will attach any value to it. That's ri- very should go python doors on seven us up. A discount called. Hypnotize in block capitals. lifetime membership got him. Say he's on the basis that condition that you have to actually get off your ass and take action. I leave the halls to wall. St louis drove. Wow wow so so to get back to like one of the earliest points. Which is that you have. This course called. What is it. It's the esoteric and lp Esoteric Ultimate hypnosis as eric. Lp hypnosis advanced level like it's all placebo are you. Just teaching people versions of rituals using like is advanced nlp advanced rituals or is it. Something supernatural and energetic like because to me it sounds like when you say energy you religious main it's placebo and then you've created an advanced version of the ritual for watching this one. Believe that is the thing. I call injury surgery on the as state nossa. Which if you buy out sounding out hundred seventy seven dollars would you do and only get twelve hours of video training when you count the worlds biggest online platforms tonight. Seven dollars accent. If you wanted to get out and you'll see me of a random train them. Nothing's been setlow of the audience sounded from facing away from me. I count my hand through the distance away. My mom made my personal stuff falling to the fall. It looks supernatural. It looks like the logical explanations. Pay him told him in advance to count to a number of android outwards from his capture which is often. He swears blind video his wife and because that is what happened on the videos teach. You won't actually happen saying that. It's more than just a seatbelt. If you wanna believe alternate than placebo control me. Now more you will learn the leaching. No spook them all. You're very twisty. I am fascinated by anna energy. Corset leaders you know. If you build a table it becomes tire will becomes fire. The fire goes up in seattle. Exxon mobil the fumes the atom and comes talk the clouds them rain down wrangles into the soil. The soil grows with plums. You can never destroy. Energy can only have a change. Foale ryan deniable fact a snowman deniable scientific now onto something. Not you can take out. Principle combining my manipulation techniques emotional manipulations happenings to will medical jess. If you wanna call energy carnall morris talent and so be it makes you feel good kasur to do and be able to do when you've joined boot camp so when you are learning new things and teaching people. New things like your. I mean that's what i think it is. I feel like coming up with new hip. No tricks putting ben quotes but just people and tell them about the tricks calms tank shortages on the railway. Everything is always look for thousands of years since man existed on this plumbing. I just uncle with the rediscovered turn on you about them for nineteen which is delaware. Who was honesty off to speak the truth. Rather than the morning to get people to come on call after call after calls so they can keep taking money out. People of our new was placebo interesting. Hey what one final question. The wrap this up jonathan. You've been great. I appreciate you as no. This is great. This is really great. I've read earliest. I tried to read because it was a little I think i did actually kind of go through it. I read rome ramblings of a madman ramblings of a madman. The paranormal supernatural reality of all matter revealed available on the time. Apparently we've been nice folk couple of really great. It was going to be ready apparently at this time. So we're gonna go a little so at rowley. Who is tom. Who is t- yougov. Is that an actual person. Were you channeling. Something i need is genuinely a genuine person if you go on youtube all on my youtube channel celebrity search. I'm no choice. You have to rule Jonathan room on you have to rally him up on all the things that come to mind. You will find an interview. We did on a radio station in american. The boat was launched on t h u golf. A fault that gentleman is all the interview with man's from questions. Wow who is this guy. Is he a shot. Liberty to is he in the government is what why. Why aren't you at liberty to say he'd rome reality of all knots. Which developed paperback on amazon or pdf's into boot camp Probably out to understand why. Let me say. The things are no therapies that a more closer to fax and there is is there an equivalent that we have in this world. Like like like his david ike ever communicated with a t you yougov. I mean like. I'm trying to figure out sort of its visions all your great people from and have behind them. Sol's teachers who want to remain private. What will t you gov ever re. Disclose himself doubts it. Are you still in communication with t. What okay. That was very weird. Very very weird. I remember reading that book. And i just thought this. It seems improbable. There's a madman here. Who who is speaking all this information. Was it a mystical circumstance. He found this person like like. How do we find you goths or would you wreck. You wouldn't probably wouldn't choose to you might encounter in what you just wouldn't know you have. Could you want choose to reveal. Oh i'll get that information. Wiry why are you so lucky. Why were you selling. Because i hope it on. Tv in the media. I don't have individual clearly Truth knows his wise. I could be trusted not to twist anything. That in regards to walks in. Not bulk The mystical circumstance was the we met in a northwest licensed premises bump into each other now and again over few biz. Wow wow so many different world you tap into jonathan royal thank you for your truth you heard it out there hypnotists if you want to challenge the thing about truth is truth. Truth from an individual is an opinion rouse the perception. The truth. I giving you a factually correct as any george. Pretend with the documented screen shots. Don't give a looking at someone's inside members area. Compared to the boot camp out the george will come to because he couldn't come twenty of the decision because the facts speak for themselves as facts. That's the reality is being chad on this video. That able. yeah what about wait a minute. You have a book about sex in hypnosis. Are you teaching people to seduce to hypnotize women. Having sex with them if you want to believe essentially that ethical is that ethical. Does that cross consent lines. Anybody actually reads. Abc's they narrate clearly girls on about the lead moral aspects and ultimately it's largely about giving the individual more south open into talks about the stock metro interesting. Hey how's people build those because no more confidence wall become more attractive automatically to the same sex thing interesting. Yeah no. I think the thing that's intriguing you about. You is even with the like i. You're you're clearly you were in the circus like clearly you are. I mean you were. Your dad was the clown right. It was a you. Were in the circus. Like you have a very p.t. Barnum esque approach. These are my understanding of getting people drawn in and then once they see what is there like. Oh that's different than i thought. And perhaps even better than i thought it could be the reality of it so little defined held drawing the allegiant. Nelson's food comes. And i wanted to get one. More is the lender. Get the money back. Fall woman if your wow yeah. Yeah wow if the world bought the elite hypnosis boot camp what would you sell next. There's nothing else to sound. So if everybody thinks he knows he's been cow. You never need anything else to hypnotherapy sent you his hypnotism you don't need anything else cemented. There's enough to have entire career as a mental as mine meter about faltering telling tarot rating assigned consultant. Is everything you need to know about. Holistic medicine complementary medicine overmatched. All the mine therapies basically. No that is not now. He'd be out sell anything else. Because i'm experiencing anything else. Folks experience pain yeah. He's in boot camp. While so if every office you'd be done you'd be done with your pitching. Wow folks if you want. Jonathan royal to stop hitching. You gotta buy this improve your yaw. Yeah magical guru dot com. We're going to put the legs of you know. Hey set some challenging things. I'm gonna do my research but I appreciate you yeah fielding on my questions they had a very interesting to any motrin. You're listening this. I will onset anything. I'm will hopefully go head-to-head on anything to you. All audio while cast or interview show with any evening taste online therapists new world about any subject with resented payment all therapeutic based. Yeah and for anything. I'm asked of long as the individual is going to be asking. The questions patch wants anything. I choose to ask that you know most people who have male having the balls to do the while challenged jonathan royal. You heard folks. you heard it here first while now. He's videos but you've never heard clearly here. Yeah you been great jonathan. Thank you so much for coming on open loops in a pleasure.

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Re-release: Our Top Performing Episode Of 2020.

The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

10:56 min | Last month

Re-release: Our Top Performing Episode Of 2020.

"Welcome to the people's countryside. Environmental paul cost. Thanks very much being with us. I'm your host william montclair and my co host today as always ease. We really winky. Now stu the were st while my mother. Is that your new name. Noses we willie winky mother right. Yeah what is the podcast yet where we normally with a guest would debate three tough. Environmental reasons nine give ourselves on listeners. actions to try and resolve those environmental issues. But because of lockdown. We're actually doing lots of questions being set by listeners. And some of them we cannot answer. Some of them were struggling. Lock their gender equality. Yeah we had a conversation about that with we're gonna have an inch to. Don't we mentioned how we we we we we so gender in equal forties One one at one eight. Yeah you need you need it. Yeah you need the female guests exactly. Yeah i'm looking forward about you. But i'll always in lockdown solid lockdown for about four months and now i'm in unease version of lockdown. Some female company him. Yeah i'm gonna. I'm just gonna leave that hang. Robbie we get it we today. We can contact us william. Let's leave the contact things to the unshowy. We want to revisit the question today. You specifically sure you wanted to revisit the question Say what is the question. Why did you wanna revisited. The question was swim. Biotech in abingdon archer. Seven england and his question was Originally which we discussed about four podcasts ago was our electric cars future and we had a debate about that and i. I've never really driven that really know about electric technology. But we've botox the information he sent me. He was questioning whether it was the future because he felt the batteries needed to be Replaced more often in various people. Spoken to both you and all in the same. Well the reason. I wanted to revisit it since then i've been doing research and it does seem to be a by sighing the batteries and electric cars. Actually kinda last fall. Leave ten years if not longer. Yeah we were having to compensation of the dino how you mention and they kind of lost up to ten years but is it so it comes down to where we get the lithium from for the batteries right in power. I do question always question okay. Abacha may not be able to be need to be replacing. An electric car is often. Exactly what is the difference between a electric vehicle battery in a an apache in a diesel car battery. Because it's not just doesn't have to be replaced are those component parts. Once the thing is finished as it reusable is it not Just because this replaced less often it doesn't mean you could have more toxins but the lithium you're talking about. Electric car seemed to run on lithium. As far as i can tell. And interestingly the rutherford appleton laboratory near did call an oxfordshire the they did a lot of the original Research the electric car batteries. Okay i didn't realize that anyway. This do a lot. They don't they navarra trie the lithium. There is a phone on show consideration to this because we import an awful lot of the lithium for the batteries but there is evidence that a lot of the deserted tin moins downing komu there is evidence they discovered lithium while they were doing the mine. So we have our own source of lithium so financially we could actually produce ourselves and not imported but we're still having to mine the damn stuff. There's doing environmental impact. I it's just. I wanted just to re quickly. We visit because batteries do seem to last longer with the research we've done to to put people's mowing east but that doesn't necessarily mean it's better because we don't personally know why is in the batches compared with ordinary mattress because you can issue. You could end up having batteries that you have to completely replace in say you know if you if you had a batch reactor. We completely replace in ten years. It'll be more environmentally harmful than something. You'd have to replace in five years. But you'll be able to maybe reuse three courses of three quarters of the tree. Judah that way that's fall better than ten years and not at all right. Yeah the co- the core of everything environmentalism. Is it kind of power is it might be reused. Yeah can be re purposed. Yeah there's there's the whole scale of what we talk about recycling because really s what we're talking about is the first step is. Do you need to get a new one in the first place regardless of whether you need ready you can recycle it. Do you need it in the first place in this. Of course you do need one movie. If you've got an extra car you need to replace your battery. But surely the technology will be moving toward. And you'd like to think it's going to move towards more reusable morillo reasonable batteries. You might have to replace a certain part of it that soda. Maybe still not great for the environment specimen because you're not getting all the don't materials right. Yeah back to people's concerns in the original podcastone. We discussed this where people say that. We can send the bachelor's at to be replaced more often. It does seem that they don't have to be replaced more after noon. Electric cars but always still say that doesn't mean it's the right way to go because as i say what is actually in that battery. How often how often do batteries in combustion. Engines needs to be changed. You know. i've i don't own a call myself. I drive you don't you. Don't drive a tour de but when i don't own a car you know say i've always got the impression that needs to be done regular basis depending on how you how you use l. i think Is if the car is used frequently. Does i if there's long gaps on people join lockdown. He didn't use their car because the car didn't start up that he actually battery went flat. Yet there's also have you if you use the if you drive a lot more in the dark and the nighttime when you're using a lot more electricity that will run on. That will run out much quicker so it was just four here. That will not much quicker. I it can be issue three years so battery say i wonder how we talk to him ahead. That it's for years yeah On average right yeah because people who leased cars analysis of cars in four years normally. The batteries expected to last out that lease. Yeah when you get least right. Yeah yeah exactly. So that's why i wanted to revisit. I it's not that bad electric car batches off to be replaced more often seemingly. But i don't necessarily mean To say that that that is means electric cars are the future are i. I would like to actually travel more economically And not be the road so much. Yeah i was going to say it was going to say that. There's a couple of thoughts so to me. One is that somebody might right now. Might be actually working within the automotive industry so interested to get your take on. How can aimless sure they can email us at the people's countryside gmail.com and women who like to keep us company can use the same email that they can do a second point in there but it was lost in the hebrew. I think so. Yeah i think. I think i think we've kind of come to the end of this point i think is more of a. We don't often try to give you know trying to give our opinion because it will not overly because it's we know exactly what we're talking about. These is is more more to get compensation going and get people thinking about. Exactly how how the world world of business and how the world of manufacturing etc sometimes works around the environmental issues. We have which is why. I went off and did the research about the bachelor. 'cause we have the conversation i want to know more about this. Yeah exactly and it's probably it was one of those two things that are not getting ahead. I've been we just what you wanted to talk about how you how you researched because that might be useful however say whoa i Just trying to remember i was. It did a quick onto a around the electric car industry which then led me to some websites. Which led me to the rutherford appleton laboratory. There was some pipers. I found which then led me onto the fact that there are some ten moen's in cool move recorded to lithium and then weirdly. Watch this program on. Telly accounts down. Millions of people do but the waldman can't stand. There is called country foil sunday evening. There was some present was talking about lithium. in in komo's with our discovered information and then country foil did it as well and when you went to research how fit you go in with an open mind or did do you have this defined thing. The you're looking for oil winning primarily just to say how often electric car batteries do need replacing some research to say that you lucky you can get in the last twenty years. The anything left of the car moore be the battery after two years. I don't know take consummate these days. All plastic mostly anyway biotech. You've got double header. That you've been mentioned to gain in another podcast. Yes thanks very much again for your question. We gave the address earlier. Say again if anybody's motive industry who's connected with anything like this. I'm here in oxford because we have the electric mini being built here in oxford. Which is there might be somebody. Actually listening from the bmw sabic. Actually get your thoughts But also the the email address the people's shot gmo dot com is a great place to say. Send us to any any questions you have. You'd like to discuss in the future. Aci we'll be back soon. Thanks very much for listening.

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TSF Quarantine Episode 8: (2nd) Sunday with Eddie

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

43:38 min | 10 months ago

TSF Quarantine Episode 8: (2nd) Sunday with Eddie

"Good Morning Eddie. Happy Sunday any Good Morning. I wish Communist Force your daughter to you've had this right before we hit record the most forceful thing you've ever said to me came out of your mouth and I was telling you like. Oh you know. I don't know if they're gonNA come into breakfast. Update their reading but I told them I'm reporting with downs and you're like don't call me that. I said stop it. Stop making them call me but not all people I make I make everybody we. That's what we do for Mister Miss. Like go last name. Why don't you say Miss Annie? 'cause we're not seven but you are. You live in Florida well favorite food. Yeah Florida's like a Connecticut just kind of like floated down and then attached itself to Georgia. It's just not a I don't know I don't know why I'm fascinated is out. Florida could be Connecticut. Florida is basically like Connecticut just floated down to where it's like northern. There's very little southern in central Florida. You gotta get to Jacksonville. Which is North Florida before you hit the south by the way pretty hot this morning. Hello happy Sunday. It's happy Sunday to you. Feel like we. We have pent up energy from not talking for a day. It's happened so we're off to the races very early. But I've also like little sweetie still and I need my coffee but here we go miss downs prefer. Would you prefer just any? Yeah for sure. Only because I'm friends with a lot of kids. Yeah and I'm used to kids calling me Anne and I used to teach elementary school where they did call me down. There is there is a sector of human on the planet. That only knows me as miss down but I just. It's just not true anymore. You are the way we do it is i. You know whatever last name and then if they say or when they say like Oh you can call me any within. Then they have the correction but their default is miss downs until it's very polite. I am very happy to switch that. As soon as I'm given the chance to do I need to say that to them. You can call me any or media saying to you. They can call me. Annie is enough for you to say down. Said you could call her Anne. Yeah that's exactly how it will happen. However do y'all wear dior wear Texas and dresses at dinner as well we do. Are you from Downton Abbey? We'd love them. Abby I I WANNA be a downstairs Dalton but I know I'm an upstairs you know what I mean. Why would you WANNA be downstairs Dowden? Don't they have so much fun and there's hard I know. But what's the guy's name who we love with the limp? Yes Mr Bates. Don't you just want be him? I mean just. He's the best I think. No I love that. One season where he kind of turns into an investigator one season where everything kind of went for degrees sideways. And part of that four degrees was him being like Investigator yeah like an undercover Pi. I have always yes. I have always felt that Mr Bates and that whole story is still my favourite arc of the whole series and that it did not. He didn't have as much of a place in the movie. At which disappointed me. Same at felt the same thing so I guess I can be with you on like you Mr Bates because I like Anna. The most who are shooting spoiler alert. Mrs Bits and my kids could eventually call her if she mentioned it. I yeah love. I Love Downton Abbey so much I do I really do. I pictured all sitting upstairs and dressy outfits calling each other Mrs and Mr. I'm sorry that we raise our kids not to be animals. So my apologies. So what's the over under that? We're GONNA get breakfast man. I don't know I can't even pretty deep into an encyclopedia right now. Some Kids Encyclopedia and Lucy's pretty deep into something so I think reading an encyclopedia. Yeah it's not like -pedia Britannica. It's like one of those kids things but she's pretty. She's she reads more. She's read more in her life than I've ever read in my whole life. What are you reading right now? Are you eating something? Yeah I am reading while I'm always listening and always reading so I always mostly an audible listener so I am reading the at. I'm listening to the Edison biographers. Big Long Biography Edison which is like a fun easy. Because if I miss a couple of details I don't care it's not really sure. Sure and I am reading Hemingway on writing. It's I read very few process books. But this is a book about Baseball Hemingway's quotes about how to right. Yeah and I just want to. I WANT TO BE. Oh you have. Yeah it's accessible. What are you reading? I am reading. I am very interested. Remember talked about our reading patterns question mark. I don't know if our writing styles are reading habits I am currently reading a book called Hill. Women that's the like female version of Hillbilly Elegy. Oh interesting it is. It is interesting. I'm about a third of the way through it so I'm reading that I am and then my novel I'm currently reading. It's called the over story. Oh cool perspective of the trees in the world so you you watch a tree grow and you experience the family around the tree from the trees perspective. Wow yeah that's really deep okay. We got some Old News News News. Are you ready? Think so? We're just getting geared up outfielder. Oh also yeah no go about your feelings. Well I mean I feel like I'd rather sing my feelings and you can with me said join with me. Islands in the Stream You should be hitting the high part right there. That is what we OAKMONT's whatever. I can do both parts of that song in Karaoke. That is my go-to Kariuki Song. And I can be whichever partner the other person needs me. I didn't know that but somehow I fully knew that. Like of course yesterday was so weird. 'cause you know it was my day my Sabbath Day so I don't do anything on the Internet. I don't look at any APP. I want to talk about that too. Okay but someone just texted me and kind of drop. The Kenny Rogers died bomb on in my text message and I was like oh. She was so sweet. She's just saying I'm listening to islands in the Stream in honor of Kenny and I was like what like just a reminder on the Internet today tell me more and she was like. Oh my gosh. Oh it's fine. I mean he's not my family. It's fine I just had no idea. Oh Yeah it's very very sad all right. Old News New News. You've got real stuff to talk about. I'm sorry but you had Sunday feelings. Oh you had sabbath questions. We'll do serious seven here in just a second. Yes old news. Please tell me you saw the tweet from Mike. Huckabee about corn using corn cobs. This toilet paper I I saw it and had so many like replies but it was too much about it. I was thrilled that he listened to the show and steals our jokes. I thought wow we've really reached a level when Huckabee Mike Huckabee Not Tyler. Huckabee that we're friends with becomes and appreciates are jokes enough to share them as a tweet. I mean here's the thing though. Yeah it's here's the exact tweet governor. Mike Huckabee those of us from rural rural south. No that's a hard one earl south and know how to handle toilet paper shortage. Eat More Qurna macab. The corn is just. I is an important but the cubs are free and work great. Just don't flush them you're welcome. Here's the problem. What is not clear in? Even my fifteenth reading of this is is it a joke. It certainly must be but is it. He he certainly phrased it as instructive versus humorous. To be sure there's ever an I am pretty anti emoji. Typically but if there was ever a place for just Oak winky face. This would have been that moment because that was my biggest thing with that tweet. It was like Oh dude. You're being serious. Yes and it's funny to me how you feel about winky faces because sometimes I'll do a fly with you over a text. I'm going to send a single gentleman and you always want me to pull out the EMOJIS. I don't do that Emoji and I'm like well. If I don't do that Emoji. He might think I'm serious about fill in the blank when I'm winky face about it and no surprise. I have a strong opinion about it. So here we go. Here comes my opinions on Sunday morning. You are a prolific bestselling incredible offer. You can craft sentences like nobody else. You actually have a rare ability to write the fact that you would use a winky face or a thumbs up. Instead of the words that you are able to expertly craft is beyond me. It's like if we all of a sudden started doing like a zoo morning show and doing like like fart noises and sound effects. We don't need to we got. We know what we're doing. We can podcast. We can make a half hour. Yes that's my. That's my Emoji problem. Some good on you but you. You're a real writer. You're right books for your job. And it's not a side hustle. You're a writer. That's that's my feelings. Then again it does get pretty quickly. Yeah just go winky face and he goes. I know what she means. I know she's kidding. Joking because with a book I get to write fifty thousand words with text to a gentleman after right nineteen and get it all across so just a little bit worried. Hold my male lover. That's how you start them all. That's the part. You always told me to leave though which I think is weird. I think that'd be what you'd want me to pull in. You always no-no lead with that every time. Why do you keep calling him male lover? I mean what? What are you accomplishing? You can just get rid of headed it done. This is where I wish. I could insert winky face into this conversation. Server knows I'm not actually ever ever ever okay marine any Graham numbers. We just need to run over. 'cause we're we were the people who said we WanNa know what you think. What marine life matches? What number and we need to circle back to that real quick and I'm just GonNa go through the list that Jillian Pacifico made forests. Are Those just want you to say yes or no if you agree and I will also say that was before we knew how fast the show really moves and I was like. Oh boy we can hold our show the next day we so sorry we have sorry news. News news whatever it's coming up is like weekly but we're here for I. I reject apology. I'm not sorry we're just GonNa talk about stuff when we talk about winky face. I'm ready for you okay. One a killer whale perfectionists and Graham to the Helper Dory Dory is kind of fishes story. I don't know doing blue but also I think it's Dory and the fact that she's super helpful might the fact that she's like forgetful or do F- but right which I think that's there's some problematic to Dory's identification as a as the two because twos are in general not dufuses but I recognize that she is. She turns her life upside down constantly to help me. Mos Dad to that and I think it is very true. Yeah yeah number. Three as we agreed with and discovered dolphins threes dolphins performers etc. Perfect fours as you and I said at the cow three sea turtles. Yes slow thoughtful. Okay I think this one's fascinating and immigrant five the investigator an Octopus O. Now I've read a whole book on Octopus and I will tell you that is a great any Graham connection railing for. Oh Yeah I have. You read a whole book on Octopus. Well Octopus after that was. That's what I didn't WANNA walk into so okay okay okay. If I was being the Anti I wish I really was. I wouldn't say if given the chance to be the Anti I wish I wouldn't have tried to sort out plural octopus. Yeah it's real time retractions. We don't have time to go back and fix it all. We just have to fix it as we go It's just. It was recommended by I. Forget some podcast amount of big lake animal person but this was a fascinating book on just how incredibly smart and resourceful really almost to their own. Peril the octopus are. I mean they. They are constantly getting out of unbelievable situations and Super Smart and yeah. There's a lot of evidence that they may be one of the smartest animals on planet earth much less in Marine Mike Okay. I'm adding that to the tweet list. That's yeah that's what. Oh Yeah which. Thank you for tweeting out that room temperature apple concoction. That is on my Sunday twos. Yes and it was for sure on my to do list. You'RE GONNA WANNA not up. Yeah I understand. You're on a six and any grim. Six would be a seahorse. Remind me again. Six is a loyalist but they are also very thoughtful about being safe and they're they're the ones who ask all the questions to make sure we're all doing the right thing because we want to be safe. We want to be taken care of so they tend to worry six into worry. I keep thinking to myself. You know there's holes in this metaphor but the premise is what marine life. Animal is your any number. So we're we're already putting a lot on this but I think that was as good a guess as any of them. I think I agree. Seven an author as we discussed always good time eights. Hammerhead sharks yes. Yes and in nine Amana TV peacemaker. Just here here to keep us all at peace. I could be into that. Are like being a Floridian and interacting. Go ahead expert Interacting a lot with manatees. They really are very peaceful. I mean they. Just they'll come up next to your canoe. And just take a stick a peak. Hi Ari dangerous like is there ever a story 'cause like that's how I kind of feel about hippos? I think they'd be really cute and fun to be next to but they are apparently destructive creatures. They will angry very angry. Manatees are gentle to their own peril. You can absolutely get in the water swim with hug. Ride a manatee. They they only eat vegetables. They have no way of attacking you. Their only defense is their natural size. I mean they don't have anything to bite you with. Hit you with their flippers. Don't move fast enough. They literally their only defense is the fact that they're massive cash. How adorable they're adorable. And that's why they're offering people are like I wanNA play with them all the time so yeah I think nine is a is a very good one Someday any in your life. I want you to come down to Florida in the winter. All the manatees. Get together at this spring where it's warm and you go and you go to the spring. And they are. They're they're everywhere. There's hundreds and hundreds of manatees in this little tiny area and you just watch manatees and it's beautiful and they're so dear and there's little baby ones I love it. What that's really cute okay. That's a great plan if we when we get to travel again. I'll point that way I'd say it. Yeah you know what I didn't say if I said when when we get to travel in just had that weird moment just now when you said that you know when you wake up and you sort of forget about yeah I just remembered like that's right according to you don't need to be sorry. It was going to happen actually. Yeah that's right. This is this is technically a quarantine podcast which quick health update still feel great. No symptoms and I am a day closer to that Wednesday release. You sure are which I talked to my health department. Gal and the health department will not allow her to be on the by. How can they not allow her to be on the psychology and she's got two pieces of bad news for you and I was like. Oh no and one of them is about healthcare. St- health. It doesn't matter it's about phone call staff and the other one was. I can't be on your podcast. Oh no no no well. If if she is listening we are super grateful for you and yes and also please let any leave her house as yes. Please let me out you madam. You and I both know she's fine. Let's we right. We had to have a conversation. Eddie because as luck would have it if we go into a national lockdown or Tennessee lockdown. I have already served ten days in my home. Which would then begin. I would be given another fourteen days in my home so we so hell we department. Gal and I were discussing what my options are around. Not Spending the next fourteen days by myself. It is amazing. How QUICKLY? The language of lockdown turns to the language of going to jail. Like you wouldn't get time served for good behavior like would the time the significantly worse because people right now. Everyone else is allowed to come visit so like I had three sets of visitors yesterday and so but if we go into a statewide or national state wide lockdown like Illinois or California. People can't come visit me and then I'm real real real. We were talking about what single people can do and should do in. I fourteen day quarantine. Should I listen I am? I want to be careful because we're on a very bold medium here and a lot of people are hearing. Us broad like boy listening. Is there any sense? And I'm not being funny at all. Is there any sense to people like quarantining together like okay? That's exactly we're GONNA do. There's three of us three singles that once. So let's let's say that. The State of Tennessee goes on lockdown. Starting Monday tomorrow. I have to stay in my quarantine until Wednesday morning and then I can join friends. Locked down together okay. So you're sorting out. Because I had a real yeah Friday night. Someone mentioned in one of my groups on on my phone. One of our group texts that that was happening in California may happen here and I win. I had what we might call an actual meltdown and the idea and I had to get under a weighted blanket for about twenty minutes and just have a moment of like i. I called my mother. Balling crying I was like. I can't do this for fourteen days especially if people can't come visit and so but in daylight and Saturday morning no it was I talked to her Friday afternoons. It must have been Thursday night that I had a little bit of a meltdown about it but Friday. I talked to help department Gal and we just kind of worked out a plan and I talked to my single friends and we just kinda worked out a plan of like yes. None of us want to be alone. And you'll be able to leave your house and stuff like right now. I can't leave my house at all. I'll at least be able to go to the grocery store and emergency things like that you're really going to be the happiest person at your local piggly-wiggly or wherever you're not kidding like you ain't GonNa be Danza and happy and fresh fruit. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah. I'm looking forward to just accidentally seeing people. I don't know I haven't seen anybody I don't know. Yeah you know so yes we will corning together so I would encourage our friends listening married and single start thinking through if your state gets invited to lock down for two weeks in order to keep everyone healthy and in order to keep this disease from running anymore rampant than a has think about people who may be able to join you for some of that time or all of that time. I could not imagine someone I could do two weeks with. I don't know if I know a person who I could do to people. You already live with correct. Yeah I mean I just don't know people who need to do two weeks without someone so it's both and it's who who could you do to four weeks with but also who who are you going to get a little bit thicker but it's better that they're not by themselves? Yeah you're not by yourself. Yeah that's true. I just thought of a couple people. Yeah it's totally. It's an also the alternative of hand alone and face timing each other. No Way I'd rather get. I'd rather get a little annoyed because they make too much noise in the morning. I'm trying to sleep then be alone. So I'll I'll take the moderately obnoxious roommate situation over solitude any day. So what you're saying is you'd like to be the man you could be in the store you'd like to go back in. I mean you wish you were in full force off ED. Hey how'd you haircut go? You know it's interesting overall. If you just took a quick passing glance at me like like if I walk into a grocery store and we were walking by each other you'd be like hey what's up and you wouldn't you'd bill. It's a man with a nice normal short haircut if we stopped and chatted. And you spend a little time looking in you would see. It's a it's a it's like a pointillism sort of painting where it's a lot of individual pieces that have made their way into what can basically be a haircut so it was good first of all Lucy completely took the reins very serious really was into it and did a heck of a job. There are a couple of very clear lines that it. It's not a nightmare but it was chair. There are a couple. It's looked a little choppy around the side. I look a little bit like What is it Nell when she comes out of the woods? Oh my God when she and her siblings have been cutting each other's hair and had their own language. It's a little. I'm a little feral in that sense but your haircut isn't pro is improved not horrible. It's just fairl it's it's a little Farrell and it's enough for Webcam. I'll be on a Webcam for the next at least week right if not much more good for Webcam toss it. I'll toss a nationals hat on it. You know ninety nine percent of the time but I will tell you. They were very excited. Oh to be sure. I can't imagine my dad. Give me that kind of power. I would've loved it. Yeah I fully. I fully let him go. I was like here's how you do it. And then they they went for and I will say what they could have done. None of that happened. There wasn't a practicing on the dog or did you just let them go for it on your head I did. Yeah I just went for it on my head. I showed him on my arm. I have very very showed him on your arm. We'll have very little hair on my arms I am. I am like adult in that regard. Just have very. They have no hair on their arms. Right so I showed them a little bit like on the bottom of my arm. Like here's generally how it works like you run it over and they were like. Oh I see that's how the haircut off and so once I showed them that it was it was go time so worked up pretty. Well did not live instagram at people were asking me. Why didn't the reason that that was an idea? I have never attended I. You know I'm weird about that stuff. I right right fair. I'm weird. I've not things you'll never see Eddie. Do screen shot a text and put it on social media. Okay no no no early that early. It was like one of our first weeks of friendship. We were making some joke. And you're like can I can I screen that and share that and I? It was very clear like now. No never know this. How is this not enough? How are we gonNA podcast from eight thirty to nine just talking with no one interrupting? I can say anything I want to you right now into the world anything. Yes White House. Not Enough that we just wanted to see. The haircut ended great content. I understand but this is when I get very weird because people have a full understanding of you and your life and it's interesting and dimensional with me. I'm just like Mary poppins who disappears. All of a sudden floats in on a Sunday morning. And then we'll go. I don't know it's just me and Burton sidewalk chalk against her so are doing church today. We're doing we're doing the opening up the Little Episcopal Book of common prayer in the scripture reading. And I'm playing a little music and we're GONNA sing what songs we know. And then I think there are some Orange what's the north point. Yeah Orange Yeah northpoint. Kids series is actually really thoughtful while round well rounded. So we're going to do that. What about you? I'm GonNa Watch Cross Point area they. They're running their service every hour. So I do that. I really want to watch You know I'm like an Uber Fan of John Mark Comber. And there's there's lives so I'm GonNa do that A friend is coming over this afternoon. And and I'M GONNA make I'm GonNa make room temperature apple stuff today. Oh good now. Do You have any yogurt Now it's not a big miss. It felt like that was a real depleting defeated. No no it's not like you're about to upgrade the you can't imagine how how heart wrenching it is when there's an upgrade available on. I don't take it will. Then let me say this if you had yogurt my what I was. GonNa say is do not put that on top of it because it whatever you know circumstances even if it's like a pretty good high-quality like Vanilla Greek yogurt. Don't you don't have on it Will you tell me if I can freeze this room? Temperature apple stuff. You can freeze anything okay. For people listening we talked. It's what he's feats as children for breakfast last week. And he tweeted out the recipe for a record and she said room temperature apples to be clear. Most of the world gets it out of the oven and eats it. But we make we make it the night before so we can Yes we can parse it out over the week and have some some make breakfast. But it's it's GonNa be so much it's like a whole whole pain of a whole container of it and I can't share because I'm quarantined I can't give. I can't Dole it out to my neighbors and friends just needed to know if I could if I could. Maybe do search freeze them. What's happened for them and single servings can I think I mean it lasts in the fridge for a while? The the problem is going to be. You want that oatmeal on top to be still really crispy. So you don't want to like mush it up too much the apple. They need to stay separated. But you're going to do a great job Thank you thank you for your vote of confidence. You've really are. I really appreciate that Sabbath. No we do have to but we only have a couple of minutes but I also WanNa talk about. I love our hero time to time but yes I'm happy to answer questions. I know the importance of Sabbath in your life. And you've talked about it and I appreciate that Watt. Why Saturday and what are the actual like practical disciplines that you employ on that. Because I I realized like yesterday I texted you about like thanking you for something and then also about you know. Hey where can we recorded this time on Sunday? And I didn't hear back from which I don't care about friends ever that's why but you're also a lightning fast responder. You're like a real time text person and I was like. Oh that's right it's Sabbath so I was just curious The what you do so it's normally not Saturdays. It's normally Wednesdays and that is because I travel a lot of weekends for work amd because I'm on my teaching team. I'm on the team at my church and so I'm at Church. All Day Sunday on Sundays. Alright and so. Sunday's aren't my day off and one to two weeks a month. Saturdays aren't my day off and so I usually do Wednesdays because this was a weird week and I wanted to. I felt like because of what was going on in the world. I didn't WanNa take a week day off. I wanted to work with my coworkers. Every day I wanted to be available for this every weekday We switched it this week and next week to Saturday. Okay cool so that's the way around Saturday for me I know most people have their day off technically on Sunday. It just doesn't work for me because our Church has services all day all day long usually and so I'm there from you know seven. Am to seven PM on Sundays. So there we go that makes sense any basically like you. You're off social. You're off tech stuff is that I don't do any technology. I just stopped work. Rest and celebrate or the things right so I don't yeah I don't do any technology. I read a lot. I rest a lot. I sleep as late as I want to. Which is a benefit of being single with no children yet and I read books magazines. I listen to music. I usually exercise. If it's a normal Sabbath I usually try to see eat lunch with somebody or going to walk with somebody but obviously corentin. Sabbath is different but my friends did come over and I had friends. Come sit outside and talk to me for most of the afternoon. I was away from my phone. That's sweet no good. That's great. That's great well they could. I was curious about that. It was great it was a good one I had. I had really good morning. Time with the Lord I part of slowing down for me and having a Sabbath for me is it makes it almost every week a normal week. It gives me space to grieve things. I won't slow down in grave in the middle of my busy life that I've built and so I got some good grieving time yesterday. There's a lot of this is seven minutes series. There was a lot of sadness in my friend groups on Friday and it just felt like everybody got to the end of the week of like we did it. Oh man this is. This is very sad what we're missing changing and it felt like fear on. Monday and Tuesday turned into some real deep sadness and a lot of my friends live on Friday night and it was like wants everything. Did you experience that? I did a little bit in in the fact that it's like the energy of the word is excitement even though it's not exciting but sort of adrenaline of like okay. Well this is the whole world is changing and we gotta get food. We're GONNA make sure we have this. And how do we home school? That's worn off and the fact that it sort of feels a little bit like a touch of a normal pattern became very very sad denote and the fact that it's just pretty common language that people are like. Yeah this guy going to summer and eat an ice still. Can't allow myself to think that's true now. But but but the the realities of the heaviness of it and you know and businesses that are going to have to all the things that the the adrenaline were. I think that's all I should've said the adrenaline of the first week wore off. And it's like Oh we're still here so all right I guess I need to find more adrenaline or somehow it into this new life. Yeah that's right. It just felt like Friday night invited that emotion into a lot into my heart into a lot of my friends hearts and just felt like. Oh man that was we do. We're going to do that again next now. I don't think it'll feel like this all until the summer but I do think we. We won't be back to what we what is most normal life. We've known right into weeks right. Guys are friends who are listening in Europe. We have friends listening for our friends who listening in Europe. They're like having a massive loss of lives right now and that's how I mean there is there is real besides all of the other things we talked about. There are real grieving happening globally now and that is very sad under sued. The whole thing is just very hard to yeah. Yeah it's incredibly sad and so so Saturday slowing down. My brain and clearing my calendar also allows me. I literally it allows me to grieve. I took one of my big sticky notes that I have. I have those big like wall sticky notes and someone had sent me this sentence about what they are praying for me and I just took markers and played music and drew out the whole quote. That what they were praying for me and decorated it and I mean I bet I spend an hour on it and just like used a lot of colors and you know and and just hung it up on my in my room where I pray I have this one big sticking with all the things. I'm praying for every day that don't that aren't about me like for other people and for other situations. I just hung it up right next to and you know so. I got to do stuff like that yesterday. That that only usually happens on Sabbath day for me. Yeah that's good. Yeah Mine's Today and I'm looking forward to that. I'm thankful for reporting morning of your Sabbath. Nice to hang out with you. This does she ended. This does not actually feel like work. Yeah it doesn't to me either but I also want us to be the people who work six days and rest one. Yeah Yeah and so yes. So it's about is it is and I assume the music you're listening to yesterday was the new childish. Gambino album which I imagine are pumped about find him to be endlessly fascinating and incredibly talented. But there's a lot I know about your audience and one of them is that this is an audience who has definitely already listened to the childish. Gambino album that came out last night at three. Am So I'm like actually came out at three am. Yes now we sleep but I bet I mean I'll probably listen to it today while I'm making room temperature apples. I will put it as loud as it will go and run for the joy of the Lord today as I listen new childish. Oh speaking of you'll love it. Speaking of running is that I have even inviting someone over yesterday. I said I've checked the weather and I think the best time. If you'd like to come over I have become ALMANAC Gani spills my the first thing. I look at when I wake up still four days later since we started talking about it and get to know what time I get to go. Outside is totally based on what the weather tells me and I build my entire day around it. I want you to have one of those like wheat seeds like out of your mouth like standing on the porch sipping pockets. My overalls sipping coffee. One of those like blue with the white flecks of like whatever on a metal just sipping it looking out in the sky going right. We've got to get out there early this morning. Looks like it's GonNa rain this afternoon. Everybody Schedules Yep and then you smoke we gotta we gotta hero right now and then you smoke just like the idea of you smoke. I don't know why I do appreciate the visual okay. Do you have a hero for today? Because we're we're really. We're giving them a Sunday get. We're making up for our mistiming yesterday. Oh Gosh do I have a hero today? I will say I really appreciated Chris Allen who is another thing like a big hero but she tweeted and she is an audiologist and she senate this really interesting video balances orders which was super helpful which I thought was great and I also liked and thought it was very very dear. Gosh I totally lost in here. You go I'll get the I didn't pull up any of my reference material. Yeah well my hero. Is Jimmy Fallon? Have we already talked about this? Oh Gosh there's shows he's doing from home the vest they are. They're the best his daughters crawling over his head. His I mean he is just my friends. Know and you know that I already. I'm like a super fan of Jimmy. Fallon. I find him to be just the king at his job and but the way he's doing these shows at home that you can watch on instagram. I think you can watch it on. Youtube are just. They're great? He's interviewing people. I mean he got Lin Manuel Miranda to seeing dear Theodore Beza from Hamilton his living room and and Jennifer Garner played the saxophone. I mean it's just like it's hilarious. They're great and they're like so family friendly and twenty minutes and I've just been impressed. Yes I remembered mind but I don't have the right so I don't have all the right reference material for it. I'm sorry but there have been like Major League baseball teams and Sports folks like that have been giving millions and millions basically to cover the losses players too. Yeah because that's one of the things that I was realizing it's like you and I aren't really hourly I get the privilege of I mean I'm not if I'm not if I'm at home I'm still getting paid and getting paid a salary and there. They were just covering all the salaries of these people. And I've just been reading more and more about that and I just thought that is. You can't throw money at this problem. Very successfully really big. You can that you can like there are people that are going to be able to pay their power bill because of somebody realizing hey when we don't have basketball games. They don't get paid for concessions so yeah I just. I really appreciated the ways that people have been shown up for each other even when we are all trapped at home so the other. Yeah it was like a weird interruption. Either having say I'm sorry but do you know the fun thing is all this week. We're partnering with IJM International Justice Mission. Where you work love them to bring heroes every day. Which I think is so fun I was GonNa cry this almost the moment that keep going. I love okay. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa tell you what I think about. I J M and you can you just let us know when you start crying house. I'll just tap the microphone. If I can't talk more so you just okay got it got it. Got It okay. So for those. Who Don't know where Eddie works. Ijm Is the largest international anti-slavery organization in the world. They worked to rescue people out of sex trafficking and slavery around the world and walk them through their healing process until they were stored and flourishing and freedom which I just love and these I mean the thing about how chaotic last couple of weeks event like we were just talking about is what you are kind of part of and maybe even spearheading at. Ijm Is these stories of hope and these heroes that we're GONNA get to share and so we get to highlight those stories all weeks. We promised everybody we will be here until we will be doing. Daily shows until Friday for sure. We don't know what happens after that but at least until Friday and we really can't talk about it Just that's good. Don't know Yeah Yeah. We just don't know we're having a great time to and we appreciate all the kind words. Yes but we don't know so in because it's really what drew is stories of hope or kind of what carry us forward and what we need right now and that that's why. Gm has created. Y'All created all these beautiful story. So people can go to I J M dot org slash hope US and read. Today's hero story and just share. Like what a great thing to do. Today is to share a story of hope of being rescued from slavery. And it's really easy to share good news today and I think that's a great thing to do so again. That's I J M dot org slash hope with us or you can follow. I jam on Instagram and facebook sampling. Yeah you've been working on these stories I do and you know I'm not spiriting and it's a whole team of people but you know the the reality is is when this whole thing started to hit we add. I jammed the people that are inside. We get to hang our hat on hope a lot a lot more than people think is. I think the work is just so sad but the reality of it is. It's we see people every single day. Who were once in slavery and are now dancing in their freedom. And how about the tap the Mike here? Let's move forward so I I'm on a story of hope every day during when we're talking about our heroes we're also going to bring and GM hero. Yeah Baby Bobby's story that's up right now I you. It's just one of moments where you're like. This doesn't solve everything in the world. But this helps me understand. This gives me a foothold. Into what is real and true and I. I am really grateful for item that they're that they're doing that because it's just. I think it's just like a thing we can offer in this region. Nba players can give a bunch of money. Ijm We can give a bunch of hope. And I think that like every organization. Every person has a responsibility to do what they can do. I mean it's not like a should thing right but it's nice and so I love these stories of hope and I have this baby Bob Lou video. Yeah we'll tell people say you go to jam dot org slash hope with us. That's so fun Eddie. What let's encourage everyone today? It's the it's Sunday tomorrow Monday. We're going to start a new week. Let's let's get our houses in order. Let's get get excited about a new week. Yeah right I do I. Let's do it again. I think part of it too is just make today exactly what it needs to be like for us. It's not a day of vacuuming and cleaning resetting and today we need to like brief so for our family and our rhythm today like when you to breathe. I need to watch sixty minutes tonight. This normal old guy from front to back and enjoy it when you get outside if we can for us for some people. It's going to be stealing. My rhythm today is I've got. I'm sweeping clean out the fridge. I'm getting my getting ready for another workweek Let's do it. We have to so everyone's rhythms are welcome. Here we say it TSF quarantine. Everyone's good luck. Everybody and we spend an extra couple minutes with today. I know it's like a couple more minutes and thirty but it's Sunday. We got a little more time Sunday. We we're everybody's ride easy. It's going to be fine. It's going to be talking about friends. Go Wash your hands. We'll see you back here tomorrow by Buddy.

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#6 - Conversations with a CEO.

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#6 - Conversations with a CEO.

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At. Instagram on Gonzalo and then. On, based on my business, the name of the businesses royalty packaging, and let's royalty packaging on instagram. That's way you can find us. You there for you. Head her in we let's start I'm so Talita. Since you started this this business of yours right what inspired you to start does business. One. Thing that really inspired me in. Starting the business is that people my age will say, my classmates have been bring their own businesses making money. And I sat down and thought about this. I'm like people my age making money. What's stopping me from doing the same? Rather have those sleep. They not. Rather than have lists sleep in many and. Sleep with no many soya. We all have to find a way to kiss the bag in ways. Yeah we all have brands on this year I cannot stand. So. Any any problems that had? Happened while you were actually making. Brand did did you any problems? I faced many problems. We had financials we had you know. But the most recent one is one way ahead to create noble because. because of the finances of in using 'em heaven creating a logo has been also. When thing that's been? A backslide or backtrack backtracking me because it costs money right to create logo 'cause I'm not takeaways. So. Yeah that has been one of the challenges have been facing. Recently saw. With the Noble Did make Let's see I. Don't want to put this. I remember asking you on Whatsapp or something where you decided to use your logo face as Logan Star of like a crown, the current. Noble that you using right now what came to? You deciding cheese faces. You See. I create the first original logo was created by me and on the. Go this on the APPs using creating a little of with the crowd was like fifty rain I had to buy the page or the image of a crowd. which is like fifty rent and Ed theft time or at that moment at didn't have the finance for that. So I had to. I had to do with red eye head. And Yeah. How does it feel to be a business person Redknapp? How does it feel to be in the business world for you? It's it's alright. Evan come upon any. How can I put any? Dislikes Essiet It's still going strong. It's still smooth I had been hit a rock. Hodge yet. So. It's okay but challenging it it makes me think and. Me To think out of the Fox yeah. So. Other than the business. Any plans fear so like Make you. You didn't do you want to focus on the business itself or do to. Improve Your life in the way get. Through stuff and undecided. Well of future plans that this business will grow right and we will be a side hassle. And then mixture I'm. GonNa Pursue City. And pursued learning get a decree of some sort. But the business fix because the side has you know when you need extra cash. It'll be. ESO It'll be convenience to keep it. and. More or less just get a decree bolt my life. Yeah. What do you WANNA. Stadion. Wanted to be what's degree? When you going to study Currently it seems like out other. Either be during low oh I'm going to be a medical doctor. Patient P. Or conventional. Occupational Therapy dents way bets the fields we have been accepted into. Yeah What do they do in the? Field and WHAT DOES THE BEEKEEPING LYING A know what the? How'd you for nothing does more visiting them? What do they do? Honestly, I'm not quite sure but I think 'cause it is this some choice I've made I wasn't really thinking that I think if I remember correctly it's more of those that help you. Enough ten accident when you can walk but these possibilities of you working they help you out in creating. A way of movement between your legs and yourself regaining your your jeopardy's. I don't know if you know the die of Matte Black Woman, the movie talent theories movie. Okay. But for those who know know that. In that movie was a lady who helped a guy who had who was on a will. Walk a game because he had that ability to. But because of he's Loss of. Touch of the legs it took awhile. To the DO. Oh no issue a conditional. What? Therapy whatever is. When they actually hurt. Again. In in your buddy licking as and everything. Yes. That takes second. Inlet, you love medicine, just WanNa, be the medical, the medical industry. Yes to that's one passion I truly love. Increase, priest that. If I if I get ever get into an accident. I'm going to impeach him. You could have bad dj someone's going to tell me Yeah. He's the Moma Wollo. Led to tell you that I'm going GonNa give me sitting third at. This and this. Might find that. It's something that my body won't with now. Good I'm good. Good luck with. Medico. Industry. If the nor kickbacks. In a way if you think about it all to do this money, right? No. Career up. You go to daughter to inquire a certain illness. Let's say you've been having migraines throughout the won't you just go there they tell you You should be fine. Just Water Gd they charge you almost like A. Tinky winky to fifteen t just for. Let's because. This is my opinion you know. As a patient if you're suffering from simply I tried home remedies before going to a doctor because it helps to do your own research about you'll pay or your illness then going to Dr Getting charged for. Nasty. Comment more but yeah, that's what allowed. To now. Up, to a train those. Remedies still goes there like. I forgot the certain remedy that deals stomach pains and stuff. You you see a pomegranate. Yeah and you just eat the leaf and then you'll be filing an hour or two. After that you really thought nothing happens like it goes on for like two days stomach pain and you have to go to the doctor they give the the just tell you. The thing that you're looking just eat must spinach and you'll be fine you tim. Because Hence will be have taxes in the world because they something you can't figure out yourself. You need someone else to take free. Case Up I. Understand like simple villages Jupiter tankage. The problem. At least one king this for turning musical drink. Defying Tinky just too much. But I think you'll exaggerating doing really think they charge ten K for tending to go train. Quarter. Yeah, consultation is probably. Three, hundred, five, hundred. Someone owns. Some hospitals I like that show. Because wardrobe habit husband. So yeah, Moo Moo, you'll find the water. They actually said you more because it's a private hospital. Hustles and public hospitals free. Like according to my knowledge at all no from wrong. Are Free but. In in a way they are free like, yeah, you can get. Free in a way like. So you can get in through the door. You can sit on the church. We can awfully you. But. You are GonNa, pay something for that amount. 'cause we need money in. Hospital. Sleep but still gonNA be something. But I don't think will be approximately taint K. probably five for doing all that in haptic but in a private, some standard I mean the person is. Creating living for themselves. So charging extras, they actually work harder and they don't really get subsidized from the government like government has portal's. Understand to them the amount. They charged or they said you had for an it's the league. You just tell you. We'll check your X. Ray right now look forward. Now they take. They just take a pigs comeback villa can. You see here. On. The something? Right they go to the nurse does you get the end of the frame but you gotTa Indepth then. Go outside Government Hospital. It's not the same service though that's also something need to realize. But it costs slicks. Sure it costs less. Too. Much trouble too much. Younger people. Like Make. There's a hundred billion key called poodle. IS A. Public for God is it a? Private. People like does. Would rather get admitted into that in the into that hospital instead of getting intimate in to see what's what's the public has Patel until. I don't know. I think it's. New Provincial Hospital. If you're. Be admitted into pollution because of the name means. Pollution in. The Bible. Fever think isn't it faith or? Bona gain ovation. Something's hospital. Salvation. Be admitted into a hospital that's so named. Import Provincial Hospital. Just for the better. But like take a look, this is an example, click a at WANNA of India. But. Like let's take a look at public hospitals. Are Amiss they are not welcoming. Sometimes these. Kids sometimes there's no proper. K.. So it's not really about the brand foot more about the service because I mean. Even if for example, even if Polish up, even if it means what you say, this provincial had good service like polar shop I. Most people would be in provincial. Then to pay out a lot of money in pollution, it's just service I can't. Have you ever looked into. A Public Hospital And when when you walked in. You see that Jim Perception. Get. Just the floor. No. Yeah that's to me like. I'd WanNa, see the his name in the bay listen to my podcast and they made me. Jit Did you got into the total. We got in, we were going to visit A. She was in hospital. We've got in the under there was likely get blood splattered everywhere. It look like let's just stay dry dry imagine megadeal wet brine. That's disgusting. and. The most the most disgusting thing that I've ever seen. Like it was legit I. Just want us to just to Momo's now let's. I can bear this. This is also a personal choice. I wouldn't recommend our our African. Public hospitals. Because the service and the cleaning and everything just poor. So. MAKINO HOW PEOPLE SEIZURE Like the. Blight is it's not my problem. He's program you're coming clean it up even though his patient. Who? Become the dealing with such. Pub. because. Because clone. Corolla now imagine how the right now. must be the worst pace to he currently. Is In recession people are just a haven clergyman. And keep getting at. ged everyone has has to take. Yeah it doesn't work. That is true and plus like to be honest I feel like the need. Their their patients so it's safe to say that. Public Hospitals and communication. Yeah Yeah that's that's that's what she see. Ascension sit personally I also see though public closed. Condition. moved to loan, it's moved to know why do you? Why do you WANNA lay in court? Honestly bed was a choice by what do what can I say? Head was a choice by I don't know. I just made the choice but honestly speaking I don't like torquing employed don't we want to be a lawyer? Choice by. Play to law school. it was choice by impulse I don't think about it. If you're actually actually have. What we do then. That's a tough one. Honestly I'm joking. Joking. I would pursue it probably finish the decree shrive No. No they say that when you don't like something, you don't excel in it. So Yeah, I've tried liking it. You try. Do you try taking something. How do you? How do you try? The same way I try liking Africans To. The pay. I. was in a meeting, my offense nor there was this other musically in. Media. Where people like? Crooner time busy during this teaches. You Yourself. This one. This one. They told her to A. Speech. Meet speech just like. Started jamming nets like Doon Doon Doon. You you you. You're. Like no one small Moma. Yeah Africans is really Oh, it's travel, but it's surprising how we say it's trouble yet excel in. Excel the teachers this helpless loud. Judy. Nothing. They understand on the. I guess I, can you? Had that point other Pinal, just just about all my speeches. Speeches resume speaking pure. was scenes of something. Stupid. Guns. Regretting consoles negative impact I should of the student didn't expand. Being. I want to be spitting on asleep at Lake you see growing up from Johannesburg right. In the schools in the only two options. Yvo I'm doing Africans or issues. and. My Mom. As on some, I'm not gonNA help you with your is. So you're doing Africans. has like okay. Okay. To Kate like. Speedier recons I'm lack. City. So Africa is. The new study the. You. Among degree creating it now in matric because I realize who? Afrikaans teaches give a lot of work and tiring for Mike. Akash. Mountain. I have very good constituencies the best. To head you leg legit. She would like legit like some Africans teachers will just only teaching Africans just lost. Are you see yeah I open the Boob make enough because like open the book right now just like yeah. Open the book. Kenya. Consignee. Preston Council. Open you boot. What. Did I know it happens I also like okay I don't like my concern seizure I tolerate. shot to her but like she's been. Good speaks English more than Africans, but then the disadvantages stink down writing premium. And all he sings Africans words like. WHO I think what's who again? That's again. That's. Again. Where are you Ma'am Now? Explained this to. Come and experience, and then she gets vicious lack guys. I can be explaining anything Afrikaans because I'M GONNA do eat for everyone of you and I can't predict that that's not how an exam marks. Or my Gosh, he comes a fame. I remember I was reading this other tests. I was in grade seven. Yeah. I wasn't good seven. So my teacher was like. WAS MID mid right you're writing a test me. Sit in question that was like on a new level, we've never seen it. And Translate He. He told us that like the day before role. May he told us? This questions are coming. Started translating that we were busy writing questions down. Then that question came in relax relaxation we don't understand this question. Do like Supposed to understand there's a reason why you do Africans I'm like so but you didn't tell us like I told you. Say, way he's like. You done books into I'm like so we did then why didn't you study the question? I'm like now we did the question is the new quincy we don't even understand it. Let. Push ahead. So many new poems why? was. Africans. And those little time I was in. My friends and Those just a moment. That came. The my friends came in during the Senate's late or to cheat I would see. When visiting? Our midst. Nubia. Taking a small papis countries when they take them out to. Me Like the teachers since then at the door. Like legit at the door. Like looking outside but meanwhile, one of is outside of one of his aides is inside my friend. Would These. Writing the paper on the board on the tables like This is meanwhile they make a Nigga. Comes in classic. Didn't see anything does. mentioned. What's what just? Other. Put instruments like our. Vigilant. Guess my friend. He's like okay. He's sensitive. Five minutes. Extends their moves. People knew said my friend he said the people he goes back right? He does walk to the bathroom and. Petition, bending decides to take the trigger. Friend. Watching. Right. Must be uncomfortable. Hewitt my friend was right next to me. I was in the middle writing a test. At the edge of the table just watching us I was like what the hell what am I do what they do you. Then as we slow uncomfortable, you know having someone watching at can teach US reading to learn that when they infringed. They should stop looking at our papers because they make us feel like writing. Wrong. Bill. Pimple. That I've clown kid. Soon. then. It's like. Looking at my paper of. Feedback on stupor sweeping. classically. Class. Remember to do this clause remember to. Thank. You. Just at my paper why you say stuff like To look at, you like a Joe rating cut just rates Munson. Sad. Bad. Is, GonNa Miss, writing sense but not that much. But yeah. I doubt I. Doubt. Every you like. As you proceed as you get older, you get tired like we started a preliminary having lost. Great. I'm already tired like usually I'm like ooh. ooh, wee flowing ooh its chilled I've got brakes I've got this stress. Handy. But this is the beginning of prelims. Finishing. Off. I'm tired. In school. Yeah. Uncomfortable spoons the pig. No cats. To, American they don't understand how we feel. You Americans have a whole bill building right mega some Americans have a whole building like they just get in the go-to classrooms in the building. I was like Oh prisons. Does the different restrooms there's bad. They're open-field then that bio who may be like a home she mutation. Wall or A. Fence fence. Around around eight am visit security guts visa working like mixing. So no one is. No one is escaping just like their imprison entries interested. It's really it's really frustrating being at school. We don't even have access to phones like in class you know how they can their phones at times in clause. We don't really have that exist like when we use our phones, we need to hide a black, all the teachers accountable. Way 'cause. They don't mind it with cheap, but they don't want to see. It has like mccosh. Thing is. Some teachers who are actually. rude. You might find you're using a food right indiscreet not so. Then ruling SAY TO TO COME TO UTAH. Was Looking is what you're looking at under the table right there see a food that lake on that phone year. They decided. The. PGA. So, they decided to come and take your phone. You're just fighting I'm not been using my phone. I'm I'm just looking stuff. But it's true. Hey. Teachers are the pixels new. School in general. Pete's school is. Take. It's Just, full of. People. Hence, people really need to get care packages. Bet they are relieved. Really need you so that. If they really need to to to relieve themselves but May. Some sheets I need some seats. Coke I mean all of those on the not. Pet Care packages what do you put them? Okay, it depends you see a camp package usually. I'm this is for students like if you go right well, good luck on your taste. You see something like that or these ones where it's off. Take Care I love you something like that. So it depends. But if you want one, you giving your friend or your, whatever it may be for good luck your child or something like that there we have pens you know because this is student pain and. Red Bull, we've got. This, we've got seeds a sweet jaw we've got chips, and then if it's someone, we just say Take Care I. Love Got Lotions depending on the six obviously. We've got lotions at times depending on the preference and the amount you pay would put perfume. And you know we've got. Talks. Not, books, but like notepads. We've got seats we've. got. Chocolate. We've got variety. In a way, you're targeting the youth. In Germany? Yes. In a way in no way, it's more of the youth and adult and to see if it's for your. Birthday example I'm you can tell me as the person. I divide can tell me to buy you balloons also. Flowers, and then they get delivered to the person you want them to go to. At the doorstep and in that way, it's easy at the prison has fish allows a gift. And you've done your heart as a person gifting the other. So Do. You like right now like the brand is in Peel came is it impunity on your depend on they splitting two different places in South Africa? Well. It's unpeeled currently, but you see by December. Gaze around I'm going to relocate to help thing but one thing I keep in mind is that I, deliver nationwide. So, whether you're free stay with in. Bouma Lanka in. Western. Cape I delivered to you. You tell me and I get fresh flowers if you need flowers. At any local. Florist around. So I make it easier for you and you get the things while prepaid. Hear you so Yeah. Should be. So other than. Do you like Do you plan on the having like an inland store and offline stole like like a legit brench somewhere in se? s town goes I'm going to have. Because of. Getting you know preparing and printing the gifts 'cause fake sample in a gift in a box, for example. Output paper not pay permission but paper strips right. And they need to be a print out of let's say it's your birthday. So outcome to U. N. B. Like Happy Birthday. Hanging out with homeys right in the box. Printed out inside and I'll be like you have received this gift from. Talita as a we tuition guys happy birthday or your. Your fourth. Birthday or reaching your hundreds taggart's whatever it may be. So printing out those papers instead of having to cringe out at different stores at amount having a place helps me save more money. Than anything. To on the Your own. Printing, intellect that's for pre you have already your customers, how many customers have you need made? Make delivered A. So far. Since. I've been required about this. So we haven't really delivered to people but gift to people. From grand as a way to advertise and for them to advertise for me. And we we start delivering on the first of October, but it sits out to be that under I from October. Though be giveaway. I'll be doing a giveaway because it's my birthday month. So as a way to celebrate my birthday. And the beginning of New Beginnings of we during A. Two three people nationwide and yes. Does he had her she'll be do that giveaway to. How did apply for giveaway and when you? I'll give a full description how to apply for the giveaway. On instagram. But the there are very few things you need to do you need to I basically to share the page. Follow ice. and. At random. Picking winners because I feel like if I. Don't be very. Surrounded by people I know. So. Instead of that, I'll have someone through names out of a head. Fuel instagram account, and then from there on. You in the package Patillo tears those dip. So. I'm. Out. Of Questions. Do. So other than your, Brand Avenue Plant I'm just going to win. Just we want to win. So other than you in your brain. Can. I. Say this in your brand. Having like right now. Do you have any? Employees, any person who helps you medial packaging deliveries on? Any stuff. Currently I'm working alone and I think that's a great deal That's one of the. If you can say, it's one of the league's that's pulling me down and straightening me but I'm working alone. I. Don't have enough please though off to the first giveaway. We'll. Probably get promoted to end depending on the amount of people that order orders. Per Day per se I'll get. Someone to help me someone very close to me to help me because you know. and. The business world it's about trust. So you can't be having a lot of people whom at the end of the day. We'll just deceive you and. Destroy or ten the name of your brand that you're trying to build. Yeah. So do for brand new plan on having any physical. T shirts in something like mentioned as late t shirts. I don't know as yet but I was thinking I might like. You know know one thing I realize there's always thinking. I don't really like the idea of Hugh shirts because if you look at it, every does t shirts and I'm not really a fan of t shirts. So probably as time goes who knows we might be selling clothes. With names. Tolls. You know. So I'm not sure about the Merch, but it something I'm thinking about. Is revolving around it. So yeah. You so what do you make? Like the so many businesses like yours and I got. One year imperial key. Let's. Around the. I leave. What? What do you like? How do you plan to make your your own business unique in were next someone can actually. Why Your Business Connection is than public Other. Competitors. He. Oh. My goodness. Okay. Well, firstly, it's in the name. I said royalty like I serve. Let's Serious I. You see as a girl. Or as a person. I'm one person who loves. Beauty who loves. Royal things who loves legs serious things. So a might target group is more of people who are prepared so to open up their the hot and men. into. Buying into buying my pro-tech. But at the same time, I want these people to learn that I'm not going to because I want the money but I'm drinkers because it serves a purpose of closing the gap of one t to buy gifts at malls I come and step in for you instead of looking for so much things to do. So much instead of going into so much jobs. I mean, shops are in. So, shops and getting. Different items at different prices. I com and make your search. Smaller. Call Cornelio Search and make it easier for you and time saving for you I. Mean I'm going to give you an example I. Have Friends Right It's always been a challenge for me as a girl to get guys kids. Like. Watkins stole out as how much ahead in tell me one for the how much Cologne Cologne is probably three hundred how much is a? a sweater. It will tell you in factory will tell you maybe three fifty to fifty, and then at the end of the day I spent like so much many. And At times, you'd rethinking west been so much many with different stores when I can get it down into small box from one person is yet end less time consuming. So like it's just one way to help you stop thinking not thinking but stop stressing about time and guests. The middleman in in the process. Yes. Basically become a middleman between you and those stores. So what other prices fulfil of your of your packages like Jeff Make, level one double twos level three are they all one price? No they're not one price you see if. Okay let me put it like this. In some instances I'm GonNa give you a one box per se. one foot students. Would say I put the standard is that output rid? Boo put sweets output chips output to pins a put a SWIG TAB. That's the standard right that's KIP package right? A Saint Goodlatte liked while en. Route ped-. 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Parenting and Bipolar Disorder

A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

45:34 min | 8 months ago

Parenting and Bipolar Disorder

"Hey not crazy. Fans this is Gabe Howard and we are moving on up. You are currently in. The Archives. Section and your subscription lanes will be closing out in the next couple of weeks. Trust me you do not want to miss a thing so please resubscribe on your favorite podcast player. You can head over to psych central dot com slash not crazy for the current links updates and all the new episodes or just search for not crazy. It's the one that doesn't have archive in parentheses. Don't worry we have you covered for now. You're listening to episode three of the brand new not crazy with my ex wife and current producer Lisa. Starting now you're listening to not crazy. A psych central podcast hosted by my ex husband who has bipolar disorder together. We created the mental podcast for people who hate mental health. Podcasts walk into not crazy my name is Gabe Howard. I'm here with my co host Lisa. Hi Lisa you say that every week I know I know I need to do something better. Seven days in between every time teens so I know you're going to concerts out dancing. What is more important than coming up with a better? Hi this is Lisa. I will take suggestions in the comment. Section like sharing subscribe and let me know what I should be saying. I swear of next week you say hello cool. Cats and kittens know. That's not yours. Somebody else has speaking of the quarantine you know at Lisa. When we were married we talked about having kids we did and ultimately we decided not to have children for a variety of reasons not the least of which was that we ultimately got divorced clearly. Couldn't stand each other so we ran out of time. Yeah but I'm seeing all of these people with the quarantine talk about being trapped at home with children and you see a lot of families on social media anyway yeah. This is probably the most negative that I've seen these families. Usually it's perfect photos. Perfect moments perfect memories and parents are starting to crack and they're just like I want my kids to go to grandma and GRANDPA's I hate them so much right now and then they put like winky face. I think the Wiki faces supposed to let us non people know it got me thinking about should people with mental illness have kids and my decision to have kids. 'cause I made the decision not to have children. I had effectively. It's over forgave and mental. Illness was a big part of your decision making back in the day. Yeah it was and I wanted to talk about it more because I think it's a fascinating discussion. I think it's fascinating topic. And of course people have just said incredibly supportive things about my decision. People have said incredibly offensive things about my decision and well people have commented on it like. It's their right to comment on it. Yeah everybody thinks it's okay to comment on other people's reproductive decisions which of course means you're commenting on their sex lives so stop it. But but that made me they. Hey there is a podcast here but of course neither one of US had kids so it seemed rude. It seemed rude not to get someone who lives with bipolar disorder. Who made the decision to have children and talk to her about it and also goes along with our show. We decided when we were creating this show that we didn't want to just interview people with mental illness. We feel that's just well represented in the space right. You just right. You can tell your story on social media there is. This is my brave. Which is an incredible outlet for people to tell their stories about living with mental illness in a positive and incredible way? And the reason that I bring this up is because that's where I found. Amy Amy Barnaby and I met when we did the two thousand nineteen. This is my brave in Columbus Ohio. And what I love about. Amy More than anything is that. We're both about the same age so I love it because I'm starting to feel like everybody is younger than me. Almost everyone at this was. My brain was younger than you. So I liked. Have an amy around for that. Very reason she also lives with bipolar. So so we had a lot in common that way and honestly she's just an ultra cool person so big shot out. This is my brave for introducing us. Big Shoutout to amy for agreeing to be on the show and to wrap this all in a Nice Little Bo. What we wanted to create a space for people with lived experience with mental illness to come on and discuss things that are important to them to talk about the things that are important to them. Not just come on and be a source of inspiration which make no mistake. Ab is a definite source of inspiration. But I WANNA know how amy feels about things about stuff and talks about stop and I'm really looking forward to amy telling me I'm wrong. I would prefer that she tell me that I'm right but yours is to all right Lisa. You're ready to bring amy onto the show. Absolutely but I I wanna say that whether or not you choose to have. Kids is your own concern. And it's not the business of anybody else. I could agree more. And it's Kinda sad that we need to say that anyways. Yeah all right amy. Welcome to the show. Hi gave highly guys guy. We are super glad to have you out. Thank first thing first Gabe. Are you telling me that I'm old? And yes Lisa. You are right. Yeah they were all so young. I'm not telling you I'm saying that we're all I guess I don't know how it happened. And it happened like instantly when I got started I was twenty five and I was bouncing around with all this enthusiasm and energy and then one day I noticed that I started walking onto the stage. Just a little bit slower and I was sharing it with people who were dancing on the stage. I'm like what has happened with the pandemic. You don't know day three or your five so that is very true. Amy Thank you for being here. Thank grabbed me. Oh you're very welcome this. Let's just leap right in. Amy Live with bipolar disorder. You have children. What is the most offensive thing that somebody has said about that? Ooh I bet there's going to be a good one here I that's what has said something like really offensive. Oh right after I got married. I was seeing a clinician at our one of our local medical centers. And she actually told me straight up your bipolar. You know you sit have children just like that. Just looked you're right in the eye on and said you have a medical diagnosis therefore I am advising you. I guess she wasn't even advising you. Just you say at that harshly. Yes it was bad harsh. I mean it was like matter-of-fact like you know you shouldn't you mean no. I never thought about. It shouldn't have children because I have a mental illness. That's your opinion not mine. Did she have more reasoning or did she explain her reasoning or giving these specific now? Not necessarily it was just one of those things towards the end of the session was probably only like the second or third time that I saw her and only saw time. I did not Sierra after that because I was I mean I cried all the way home. I never thought about it. I honestly never thought well. I'm not going to have children because I have bipolar disorder and then it made me think am I being selfish considerations when having children they're just are there's considerations when having children I do you have enough money. Do you have enough time. Are you stable? Are you ready for children? Children are all consuming. And you need to be ready for them and obviously if you have an illness whether it be bipolar disorder or any illness. You've got to figure out how that will impact your ability to raise a child etc. I think we all know that the world is not clean right. It was something my husband and I had discussed you know when I married my husband. He had a five year old son and so we did talk about well. How many children are we thinking here? He he was very wear a my bipolar disorder with something. I disclosed about three four months into our relationship when it was starting to get serious but it wasn't like well. We only have one child because by cooler essentially in the end that was something that came to mind. And something actually. My mother and I discussed you know. Life's hard enough and children or even that much harder so you need to really consider where your time and energy is going to go but in terms of you know what my husband and I decided it wasn't just because we shouldn't have children that's the part that is kind of getting me the most that somebody would just look in the eyes and declare for you like Lisa said. I'm going to throw this over to Lisa. Lisa said when people are talking about your child rearing or know what said when reproductive. Yeah when people are talking about your decision to have kids or not have kids. They are injecting themselves into your sex life. Lisa can you expand on that because I never heard it? Put that way before. You've never heard anyone say that. No I thought we were just talking about kids. I was just minding my own business and talking about little guy I was thinking. Maybe he's just. I've just always thought that was really weird because you know we all know where babies come from. So I don't I don't know going back. Amy When you say that your husband was really aware etc. I was just wondering. How long had you been dating before you decided to get married. And had he seed US super sick or were you in a pretty good or stable place at that time? That's a really good point. No I've I've been for the most part. Knock on wood highly functioning with my bipolar disorder Most of my life so I was healthy. My husband a few years older than me but I was in my early thirty so we really you know one of those things. We got married a little over a year after we met so it was one of those things three or four months into a we. Were talking about okay. We got serious pretty fast because I think we both knew what we wanted at that point in time. I mean you're not exactly spring chickens by then on our old. No WE'RE GONNA come back to the show. I'm just saying right when you're dating and you're twenty two. It's not the same as when you're dating and you're thirty five. It's a lot different in that in with my husband having a young son to how attached to attach. If we're going to do this we need to do. Because you know he's calling in love with you and I can honestly say that I fell in love with Ryan Talk. I do think that it's an interesting point though. Did anybody give and you might not know the answer to this. But did anybody give your husband. Shit about letting a woman with bipolar disorder around his kid. I mean did anybody pull him aside. And say hey. Why are you letting this woman with mental illness around your child or did that? Just never come up. You know it's interesting. One of his very best friends in the world has struggled with Severe Depression. All of his lights so it wasn't something totally new. It wasn't like okay you're bipolar. I mean it was. It was a long very long conversation that we had because he was very aware of. How much depression can affect. Someone's life and then you back that I also get manning so it wasn't something they jumped into and then to get out later he was someone aware of it you know. We didn't tell his family for many many many years. In fact until I got really sick his family wasn't aware that I was by cooler and that was a little bit of a shock and that was that was a difficult conversation. It was one of those things I felt. You know as much as I love them and they love me had to kind of defend myself a little bit and I was really sick at the time and it wasn't like they meant to say hurtful things but it was like. Did Mike know this before you got married? I just have so many questions for you. Amy Because you said that when you drove home after the doctor said that to you you're thinking is it selfish to have children or determined for Gabe for me. It was selfish to have children because I felt two things very strongly one. I felt that I was too sick to have children in the depression. The suicidal thoughts the psychosis all too much. Gabe Howard cannot be a father because after all you can't be a father and be that sick. The second thing that kept going through my mind which I thought was very selfish. Is the horror show. That was my life. I did not want to genetically pass on to another living creature so that they could suffer as well. I ultimately regret my decision. Not necessarily I don't necessarily regret not having kids. I regret the reason that I came up with. The truth of the matter is is when I made the decision not to have children. I was correct. I was too sick to be a father in those moments. I was very sick but that also means that my thinking was that I was never gonna get any better. Yeah I don't think that's fair. Then why didn't I do it? You're not just saying that you're never going to get better. You're saying that there's a potential that it will happen again. Maybe you're going to be better. You're going to get better. You're going to be better for like ten years. And of course the kids didn't go anywhere. In that time they disappeared. You will continue to be ill on and off throughout their lives. But I think pardoning mentally oh of being stuck in the moment you forget how good good feels like in. When you're you forget how bad that heals like. How did you get over that you have two children? Twenty three and fifteen the fifteen year old is the biological child fifteen. He's wonderful. You have a normal family. You're still married I. I'm not saying that the world is all joy and roses or that. You've never had any issues in wife but they haven't been caused by bipolar disorder. They've just been caused by. Life has issues in it so. I just curious as to how you got over that Hump. Because I'm asking for me I never did. I was like Gabe you suck. You must have a sesame. You should never have children. You're a horrible person done and you didn't so I'm like looking at you like amy. Tell me Your Secret. And there's definitely no secret there you know what every day is a fight. I am bipolar and a half to treat bipolar. I you know sometimes little things stress me out. Sometimes they don't my son and my fifteen year old son eight nine were talking and I said you know but I hate a lot of my memories are a lot of your memories is going. Be About me flipping out some time and your life and how stressful that must have been for you. He said to me he said you know mom. I'm remember more good times with you than bad time and you know for me. I exemplify the bad times I think. Oh my God this is always remember and it's not that I'm not cream up as much as I think I am in and even that much my best friends are up their children the same way and they're not bipolar. So you know yes. It can be difficult at times but I god there's so worth it. I I look at them everyday and I think my God how lucky I am to have such a wonderful family and be surrounded by so much love. That is ultimately. I don't know if I made the right decision or not. But that's just life rate. We never know if we made the right decision. Pray I gotTa Tell. You right now. During the pandemic I feel really good about not having short trip. We'll what I WANNA know is when you said you had. This thought that. Hey this selfish. How did you move beyond that? I mean what was your thought process? What happened between? Oh this is selfish. And Okay yes. Let's have kids. You know I guess as far back as I can thank for me and being surrounded with big family it was just a natural progression. You know getting married. We both had good jobs. Okay let's bring another life in the world so So you had an understanding from an early age that you did want to be a parent. Yeah and I never said well. Maybe I shouldn't because I'm because I'm by cooler because I've been on. It's interesting because that never crossed my mind until that doctor told me or you have to. Yeah I never thought twice about you know my mom and I have lengthy like real wipe discussions and suggest maybe just one child because eventually you're going to altogether and life is hard enough from anything point again from the family next door. That doesn't struggle with the same. Kids are touch kick. Their heart and kids are very month. What are the cool things that I like about my job being a public speaker and telling stories about my life before my bipolar diagnosis after in my childhood is I get to ask my parents a lot of questions that I think just? Maybe a lot of people don't ask their parents and one time I. I asked my dad if he was sorry that he married. My mom see. I'm adopted so my dad is not my biological dad. He's my real dad. But this poor guy. He's minding his own business. He meets this woman. He marries her adopts her kid and now he's got a severely mentally. Ill child like wow. My Dad was this like he's like it was hard. I mean he didn't like blow smoke up my ass and tell me that he was all excited. The day he found out that I was severely ill but he's like it is what it is bad. Things happen to families and he thinks that people try to predict too much and that this prevents people from just living in the moment or from having joy he talks about friends that decided not to have children because they didn't think they made enough money and all they missed out on having kids. Did they make enough money? He doesn't know because who knows. He knows that they don't have kids so he thinks that people try to find excuses and he really desperately tried to talk me out of the decision. He really wanted me to have kids. You never really. Yeah he keeps trying to give adopt kids. He keeps trying to find children. He sends me links. No I knew that you're telling me that back when you had the your dad tried to talk you out of. Yeah Yeah. He was devastated by it. Yeah never told me that. Yeah he did not like it at all. He said that it was a mistake that I shouldn't do it. That Times will change. What today is not what you will feel tomorrow and you know my my dad was like. I'm he's a truck driver. He's a man's sick. He's basically quoting the posters that like people hang in there hanging in there it gets better with the little kitten. Yeah I think your Dad's every now and again I. I have them on a video or something and people send. He's well received him for real. I need to exploit this. But he wasn't able to sway me. I guess that's what I'm saying. He wasn't able to sway me but you know. Listen that bastard was right but I asked my dad about this a lot. Do you regret having me as a child and I know some of that is because I'm adopted and because some people have told me that like your Stepdad which is horribly offensive and makes me angry. But they'll say like while you're step down inherited another man's mess and I've asked my dad about that. He actually said that to you. This is the problem with being a public now. God people are Jerks. My Dad just like look. Life is just like that and my mom is the same way. I know he spent a Lotta time. You know my mom. I'm like hey you know you sad that you got a messed up kid. And she's like. I never considered that. I had a messed up kid. You were just always gay and I have such a hard time seeing life that way. Yeah I don't know if it's because that's my personality is because I have bipolar disorder but to get us back on track. Amy Like do you feel at least you take this one. Well I don't WanNa be the killjoy. Who always has to be the negative voice here but it is my role saying that. You've asked your your mother or your father and I don't think they do. I mean your dad has always been a your dad. There's never that stepfather crap but having said that seriously what? What are you expecting them to answer? Let's say Your Dad did think. Oh yeah this terrible is the worst mistake I've ever made. He's not gonNA see addy's not going to tell you that out loud. What a horrible person would say such a thing. Wow you do not understand the dynamics of my family all are you kidding? My Dad would tell me this is not a problem in the Howard household. We call each other out all the time he would absolutely be like I hate you come bridesmaids. I deliberately made the decision not to have children and many people especially many women have told me that they just always expected that they would have kids that all growing up. They always thought that some day they would have children. Yeah or they were always looking forward to that which is apparently how you fell and I personally never felt that so. I have a little bit of trouble understanding that point of view so I never thought that I would just automatically have kids when I was a little kid. I was thinking. Oh Yeah Someday. All be the mom yet. Another answer to the mystery of why we didn't make as a couple of ladies and for those plane. You guys don't under heaven you don't know about one. Another district is still there. We learn new stuff all the time and that is actually one of the things that I felt bad about since we got divorced that I learned another topic. I will add it to the list of future. Podcast on a very special crews our entire society is very oriented around. This idea. That having children is very much natural or what everyone wants or whatever one desires or the cult of True Motherhood Right I think though in the same breath I think because in this is just my opinion the friends that I do have the don't have children like I talk about this overwhelming love. You've never felt that because you don't have children and I guess it's the same thing with mental illness. You walk the walk. You don't understand it and that's okay that definitely that's a choice. Everyone has but I know from my perspective from being a mother. It's difficult their pains in the asses. A lot of the Times. But there's nothing in the world that I want more than to wake up or to go to bed in kissed my kids and tell them how much I love them and actually makes me appreciate my husband even more sometimes not always 'cause he's also painting but it's like you gave me these guys and I can't imagine any greater gifts in. That wouldn't quite put out there that there are plenty of people have very happy. Very fulfilling lives without gendron. And you know. They're not necessarily for everyone. They're not necessarily the end. All be off everyone and there's a very strong bias against I think very few parents going to say. Oh I regret this so get gave parents saying no. We love you regardless. Yeah my parents are liars. Regret having no could. There isn't Kobe for me to say not sound like an people offense. Now you understand me. You regret not having children. And it's very frustrating to me because people are always saying. Oh you might regret it. You might regret it deal breath someday. No one ever says that in the reverse no one ever says you're going to regret having this child and and there is no reason or incentive for parents to ever say a word if they do in fact regret having kids absolutely right all right all right hold that thought everybody we have to hear from our sponsors and we'll be right back interested in learning about psychology and mental health from experts in the field given listen to the psych central podcast hosted by gay powered visit. Psych CENTRAL DOT com slash. Show also subscribe to the Psych Central. Podcast on your favorite podcast player. This episode is sponsored by better health dot com secure convenient and affordable online counseling all councillors are license accredited professionals anything. You share is confidential schedule. Secure video or phone sessions plus chat and text with your therapist whenever you feel. It's needed a month of online therapy. Often cost less than a single traditional face to face session go to better help dot com forward slash psych central and experienced seven days. A free therapy to see if online. Counseling is right for you. Better help dot com forward slash psych. Central you've been listening to episode three of the brand new not crazy with my ex wife and current producer Lisa continuing now. We're back discussing whether or not people with bipolar disorder should have children with our special guest. Amy Barnaby I had my tubes tied when I was young. When I got sterilized. Every doctor said you know you might regret this someday but I was twenty two if I had walked into a doctor's office pregnant at twenty two and said Hey you're I am I'm pregnant. I'm GONNA have this baby. No one who said to me you know you might regret that some day and you know at least. That's almost as bad as a doctor telling me. Haitian have children. Because you're bipolar and I mean that can I can see that now. I can see how that would be you again when you decide. Yes I will have. Children people accept that. That's no problem. That is not a decision that needs explained. But if you say yes I am not going to have children. Well my personal favorite misogyny. You know you're not married right now. Someday might need a man and he might WanNa have children but again. If I showed up pregnant no one would have said to me. Well you know Sunday. We might need a man and he won't want to have children and he won't want to raise another man's baby so you should really consider that. Continue this pregnancy. No one would have said that are way off topic this. You're telling me that you think the standard in America is that people will try to get you to abort your child exactly. That's my point. No one will ever encourage you not to have Chil- okay. People will always encourage you to have children and if you make the conscious decision to not have children people second guess it like. There's no tomorrow so so hang on our at home. Of course we're talking about this in the context of the mental illness. So it's a little. Let me. Let me flip this a little bit just so we don't get too far off track here because I understand everything that you're saying what you're basically saying t to sum it up. Lisa is that strangers and society feel that they have a say in your reproductive traces. Whether or not you're chill out how children how you raise children and so we all know that that's thing let's just establish that as a hard fact my question is why are they considering your mental illness. My question here is as you said I agree with you. That society wants everybody to have children know until you know green with you. Why are you trying to? He's not exactly what I'm trying to say. That is what you think. And you're right. Society wants everybody to have children your right. Why dreading there is this Asterik. Which is the thing that we're discussing right now. Which is that as a young woman who was childless. There's a lot of pressure to have kids but here she is saying. Hey I want to have kids like Oh unlike every other woman you should not because you're bipolar dynamic at play when you get this idea of I. I was well to be fair. These doctors probably didn't know I was mentally. Ill pushed very hard to not decide to not have to have children. But you're getting opposite message so I think the majority of women very strongly get this message of you should have children so it's kind of interesting that no matter how overbearing society is about this. They are in fact willing to take that step back for women who are mentally ill I get it and you know what though I know of the teacher looking at families and their sometimes. We're just like you know. The people really shouldn't have had children job out after their. Yeah you're like. Oh my gosh and you're going to have to more to make a good point. Anything that is public facing people are going to judge. We just need to point out like I have opinions on everything when I'm driving around. I think of the opinion of that sign the opinion of the the shoes that guy wearing it. Mcdonald's People's orders we are all judgmental crunchers. It's when we take the next step and we feel empowered to share that with strangers when the guy in front of me orders a diet coke that he also wants coffee mixed in. I think to myself that is disgusting. What would it take for me to feel empowered to tap that guy on the shoulder and say what you ordered is disgusting? Everybody would think that I was wrong if I did that. But if that person was deciding to have children and I found out that he had bipolar disorder and then I tapped him on the shoulder. People would like root for me. It'd be like good job. Good job pointing out that. He shouldn't have well. They also have to consider the gave that the message is entirely different for women. Notice that you don't see a lot of people out there saying that men should decide not to have children if they're mentally ill or saying that men need to make these decisions. This is about women and lake the point every time you see something horrible that happens to a kid like stupid example but years ago remember when that poor child fell into the gorilla cage. Yeah first thing everyone said is where was his mother and the the mom and dad were right. There was where was his father. What was his father doing? Why did his father not save him? So this expectation that you can comment on and talk about people's decision or how they raise. Their children is very much about how they mother their children. It's not about what father's alright. So we're we're we're off the rails. We know that society sucks. We know that society is very judgmental. About how people raise their children. We Know Society is very judgmental about whether or not people have children we know that society is very society is very judgmental about how women do that. Yeah she's right. I agree with Lisa one hundred percents and Leitheiser right about the you know it opens back the woman. You're right say well. You shouldn't have children because you're a man and you can pass on that bipolar Jean. That mental mental race. That's absolutely true. No one says that it's just a genetically passed on right if I to or both the same odds right to give a really really hard. Push back on this. I am a man who lives with bipolar disorder and when my wife and I were dating and people found out that she was dating a man with mental illness they did push back on her. They're like you should not marry this man. You should not be with him. You should not have children with him. I'm not sure why we're playing the suffering Olympics. But I know that it's worse for women but I'm telling you as a man I got a lot of Shit and when I dated people broke up with me upon finding that I had bipolar disorder to it's worse for women probably everything's worse for women we all very open your own. Wasn't I had a website coast line? I know that it's worse for women. Lisa I know everything's worse for women but I just don't want to leave men out to pretend that men aren't being discriminated against for living with mental illness. That's that's was an unfair. No that's not what I'm saying every single time I say people you say only women. Do you know anything. No Man has ever been discriminated against. No of course with children. No I think it's important to point out when you say I get a lot of Shit. You have no idea no idea. How much shit is out there? Does that end? I just? I can't help but notice that it doesn't yeah. Nobody should ever be able to get help. Because somebody is always going to be sicker. That's not the point. Then how come when I said about my experience. You interrupted my experience to talk about female experiences. You're saying that my experience has no value because women have it worse. Is that really the message that we want to get out there and I think to where I say unless your mom you don't understand what it is like to have. The same thing can be said with you know. I'm a woman and I know how untreated because of my mental illness. I guess I don't think about how men are treated because I know I'm treated. I never could understand because I'm not in your shoes. But you know that's why we have podcasts and conversations because it helps open open. Everybody buys exactly listen. I don't want to get a bunch of angry letters for people thinking that I think that what I go through and what women go through are the same. Because they're not but I also don't think that what middleclass women go through and what lower class women go through is the same and I certainly don't think that white middle class women and homeless women go through are the same but if Lisa said I need help for my mental illness and and I said well you have no idea what it's like to be mentally. Ill being homeless. Lisa would say that. That doesn't change the fact that I need help right back with Mary work. You know. Well there's always somebody has the worse off than I do. Well it doesn't minimize my pain. That's what I was trying to say says. Center thank you amy. So now to pivot for the Thirty Fifth. Time in this podcast. I do have one last question for mean I think people are gonNA WANNA know how I guess. We can't really say. How did it turn out because your children are still works in progress but the first thing people are going to ask is? Do Your kids have mental illness? Is your son mentally ill but I realize he's a little young for that question. Not Necessarily I started my journey at fourteen. I mean that's the whole genetic thing you know my by for example with my brothers my brothers have children too and I know when some of them have had their children in therapy they don't bring up the fact that oh by the way their aunt is by cooler because they don't want their child to be labeled really yeah they're scared to death and it gives me chills because I've always been open about my mental on. It's not something that I'm ashamed of. And it's not that they're shamed of. It is just something. I think that we're all afraid of because it's not easy. Living a life thing mentally ill if a challenge is not impossible but it is a challenge and. I know that's one of the things that my husband and I go round with at fifteen. My son is so stinking moody and he's never been worse I think. Oh my God. Is he going to be bipolar? I mean that's scares me to death and I don't see knock on wood. I don't see any signs in him that I saw in myself but it is definitely something that was at the front of everything that I do but again you know. I'm reminded by good friends. Say Hey my fourteen. Fifteen year olds being moody in Boise. Show from what my girlfriend have grows and then my girlfriends that have boys you know it very different how they deal with stress. But it is a concern. I mean of course it's concerned but you know now knowing what I know now like Abe said I had mentioned about talking about people who are really struggling during the pandemic. I have resources in place if need be if they get to that point. I know that's true with my twenty three year. Old piece struggling. You know I'm also going to say. Okay let's look at our options. I always worry you know you're going to be like me so you know my mom's a a very smart woman than I take what she says the heart most of the time she told me in a what if he is bipolar which created God that he hasn't but also going to have your good qualities the way you see the world. It's not necessarily all because you're bipolar or how you love film and how you love certain things that I see in nate now and I think wow those are things that I kind of pointed out him since he was a little boy and now he sees those things and he says to me. Hey Mom guess what he'll say. Look at this or you know and I think there's other things I've always pointed out to him and that that's just my personality. It's not because of my bipolar disorder. Well what I would say is. Obviously parents are worried about their children. Every parent of a fifteen year old is desperately worried about that is it are you wearing more or is this just the form. You're worrying it's taking. Would you be worried about some other thing instead but the same amount of worry just different topic you know? That's a great point. Absolutely I mean and I worry about you. Know when he's he's fifteen and he's GonNa be driving soon and and I worry about it. Tell them certain things like well. You don't do this. You need to make the right choice. You need to be the better person. And and you hope to God and you pray to God that when they're out and about and there with a group of friends that they make the right choice like you said that's just part of being a parent if your son was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. How would you feel? Would there be any element of at least now. We share this common now because I I understand the struggles and of course you don't want your children to struggle like you did by struggle on good days let alone bad days and I don't want that for anyone especially for my child but knowing the resources that we have now if it goes there I hope to God that I know better how to handle it early on so unlike me who struggled for years and years and years. 'cause we didn't know a lot about mental illness that we jump on it right away so we put in the right plans in place to make sure that he also can have a highly functioning good life because mental illness isn't a death sentence. It's just something that some of us struggle more than others. I had many years ago. I saw this panel discussion. I of course I'm going to mess up. They they said it much better than me but the question was. How would you feel if your child was gay and obviously you love your child? You don't care if your kid is gay but you do realize that a child that is going to struggle a lot more than one who is not and so how do you does that translate you saying Gee. I wish my kid wasn't gay. And how do you? How do you express that? How do you say that without it being so evil so over? The homosexuality is not an illness. We'll no but as she saying. Well obviously I love my child etc matter. If they're bipolar nod or the mentally ill or not or whatever. No one wants their kid to have to struggle. You want you would also love it if your kid turned out to be. You know six two and super attractive and had a perfect known strategy athletic and extremely intelligent because you want your car advantages and his little struggle as possible. I think you need to consider their Lisa that you just said it was easier being male so you only sons. That's that's a valid question. Actually and that's an interesting point as well but here's how I look at. That is how I break that down. There is a difference there that you have to look at. It is difficult being a woman or a member of the LGBTQ community because society is putting pressure on you that makes society wrong. It is difficult to be bipolar because You have an illness. Even society was perfectly nice and kind and loving and did everything right. You would still suffer because you have an illness. We could make being a woman equal we could make being. Lgbtq equal we we just don't we just don't because society is evil. This is an example of society being sack disorder as an example of you being sick and we get the double because society is also sick will. Yeah exactly amy. What are your thoughts? I've always wondered. How would it be different if I had a daughter compared to sun with this and I honestly and I and I don't know again least I think it goes from wiping a little bit harder from our perspective for girls in it is is the boys? I think I would struggle with this with the you know my God. Could they be mentally ill? Could they have bipolar disorder? I think it'd be harder if I had a girl I guess because yeah and I think it's because do I look for patterns in my thirteen year old son. Of course I do. How could I not but it would be harder even more so with with a girl I think for me it would. I think I would re if if at all possible hybrid into it even more. Was there any history of mental illness in your family? The are either of your parents bipolar. You know that's interesting. You should bring that up when I was diagnosed for I Kohler. It was the early nineties and the first time I ever heard. Manic depression was across a psychiatrist. And he said I believe you're manage process master semi family ever heard of it and it was just a mere name to something my brothers and my mom and dad lived with all of my life. I was diagnosed at twenty one so it was just like. Oh okay. This summer. My mom shared a story with me and she said you know your great grandmother had a cousin that his mind moves so fast that they had eating medication. That's down and she said to me. She said I think he was schizophrenic. And I said mom not schizophrenic. She was bipolar. And so that was really the first I mean we. We have course which everybody I think to some extent there's depression there's anybody but that was the first hint of it. I just really connected with that. It was like oh my gosh. I'm the only one. I am the only person with bipolar disorder in my entire family. Does anyone else struggle? No it is what it is in any discussion about parenting or whether you should become apparent if you have mental illness or if you have bipolar disorder is seems to be centered around three basic points. One of them being. Are You yourself too? Psychologically fragile are you stable enough to be a parent and to do a good job and then worried about if you're not stable or if at some point you become unstable. What effect will that have on the Child? How will that influence how they grow up or their childhood and then the third thing I think people think about our wonder about is the genetics of it? What are the odds that this will be passed on all I can hear it? All of that is that. I don't think that's unique to people with bipolar disorder. Though I I honestly believe that this is something that everybody contemplating becoming a parent should consider And I really think our discussions over the course of the show just really shows that this is a very personal decision and no two people with bipolar disorder are the same. Maybe it was a good idea for me not to have children. Maybe it wasn't maybe it was a good idea for aiming to have children. Maybe it wasn't but the only thing that I can unequivocally say is that it's Gabes decision and it's amy's decision and the fact that the rest of society has sort of gotten involved and put their two cents in. We should probably just ignore them. Easier said than done. I think that we should just do the right thing for ourselves. And for our families and hope it turns out right right and you gave like you mentioned it. The decision and these are the things I believe that other Hanley they're having as well and For us pray to God that you're doing the right thing and the screen 'cause too much and that you know on the flip side of this everything's GonNa work out and you're going to trudge through and you're GonNa make you're GonNa make it honestly amy. I think that is the most sane explanation for how to survive with children that I have ever heard love it. I love it aiming. I cannot thank you enough for being here and for being willing to go just so deep Lisa when we talked about the show. Did you know that? Amy would be just so willing to divulge so much about her marriage because you started off the show saying that discussing people's child rearing decisions was talking about their sex life. Do you feel that we put amy in this position? We definitely have to say thank you. So much amy. The you were very gracious. These are some some personal questions as very nice of you be willing to to share so much. Thank God I really really enjoyed. It really left me also some things to think about. Thank you so much the so nice of you to say I am. I am so super glad that you agreed to do. This is my brave for those. Who Don't know this is. My brave is a great organization. You can go over to. This is my brave dot org you can also find them on Youtube. It's a theatrical production of people telling their stories in five minutes sections and it was incredible and it was awesome and it was how we met and I I want to give a huge huge huge shoutout to. This is my brave. Check him out on. This is my brave dot org or more gaming. Amy Never would have been a thing. That's right we. We're very thankful for my brave one. An amazing thing. It was a great show. You guys did a great job. Lisa was in the audience. I was I was. I was very impressed once again. Lisa was behind. The scenes else was front and center. Listen up everybody. Thank you for tuning into this week's episode of the not crazy podcast which we hope you did please. Rate ranked subscribing review gives us as many stars as humanly possible. And use your words. Tell people why you liked it sheriff on Social Media and use your words there too and tell people why they should listen right down psych central dot com slash. 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