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Mon. 12/30 - Sharon Stone Got Kicked Off of Bumble

Celeb News Ride Home

18:08 min | 1 year ago

Mon. 12/30 - Sharon Stone Got Kicked Off of Bumble

"Welcome to the celebrities ride home for Monday. December thirtieth twenty twenty nineteen. I'm your host Kate Raft. And Wow it's really really the last celeb- news ride home of the year. Isn't that wild. It's it's been such a great year for the PODCAST. I know technically we've only been doing this show for like a month but still the best year ever. Don't you agree. Today's topic's EXC. Sharon stone got kicked off bumble and then put back on. Bumble Obama might have seen phoebe waller bridge pledging herself watching one of his speeches. Zach Ephron almost died from an infection while filming killing. Zack Ephron Sara Gilbert and Linda Perry are are splitting Tom. Hanks is now a Greek citizen. And of course we're talking about my celebrity Vision Board for the year twenty twenty. Here's here's what you missed today. In the world of Liberty News Sharon stone has been kicked off of the dating APP Bumble Bowl and honestly this whole thing is like it's making me quietly devastated. Sharon stone the very famous and very gorgeous sixty fifty one year. Old Actress tweeted about getting kicked off of the dating operating quote. I went on the at bumbled dating site and they closed my account eyeball emoji eyeball emoji. Some users reported that it couldn't possibly be me. Hey At bumble is being me exclusionary. Shrugging Emoji you. Don't shut me out of the HIVE. End Quote this upsets me. I am upset for many reasons but first of all. I'm upset that Sharon stone is trying to beyond bumble at all for me in my personal belief system. Celebrities should be on riot. The exclusive dating APP for celebrities Duh. So this bums me out because I'm assuming riot hasn't approved her yet or something in which case Raya Your cancelled you're fully cancelled bit. Sharon deserves serves love okay. Sharon stone deserves love and if she wants to find love on bumble. It's her God given right. Hey maybe she hasn't heard Araya or or maybe she wants to date a regular person like you know one of the people which is very admirable. bumble was so shook that Sharon chose to sign up for a normal normal person dating APP. That they I guess. Shut down her page thinking it was faked but if bumble is working out Sharon's got plenty of replies to her tweet from potential suitors including one that got almost fifteen hundred legs at the time of me recording this written by my friend at Shaken Baiki who said quote damn. That's so crazy. They knew there was a reason. We hadn't matched yet. Ha Ha but we're here now. So dot dot dot and quote anyway. The bumble has restored her account and I assume the marketing reading department is like spraying champagne everywhere because they got all this free publicity from Sharon stone and Hey I'm happy for Sharon stone. She's got her bumble account back and you know she wants to date normal people like I said. That's that's brave speaking of Sharon stone being single and potentially lonely. I'm reminded for October. Twenty nine teen interview that she did with allure where she said quote. I wish that someone had fallen in love with me. I guess I think life would have been less harsh with a partner and quote. God that makes me so sad. Someone should love Sharon stone. She deserves love okay. What a devastating quote There's another apart in the article Talks about being lonely in general and it makes me very very sad. She said quote. I Miss People inviting me over for dinner inviting me to do things. Most famous famous people spend a lot of time alone. I still have my friends from thirty forty years ago when I have to go to something run upstairs. Throw on some lipstick and sunglasses. And they're they're like Oh you just turned into Sharon stone. It's like she's someone we deal with and quote heartbreaking Sharon. If you're free tonight so you could come to my place for dinner. I'll treat you right and also maybe I'll invite shake and bake do little wing woman in so ooh there's a good chance that Barack Obama has maybe seen phoebe Waller Bridge Jerkin it while watching one of his speeches. How do we know this? Well let me back up a little bit this weekend. Obama posted his year end list of his favourite media. He consumed in twenty nineteen in addition to his favorite favorite movies. He also posted about some of his favourite. TV shows including fleabag season to Huffington Post. Covered this writing quote shortly after the list made the rounds on social media fans realized that Obama actually makes an appearance of sorts. In the show's pilot in a salacious. Seen phoebe Waller Bridge is character. Actor fleabag watches Obama. Give this speech on her laptop in bed and masturbate to said speech so if Obama loved the second second season so much he must have seen that saucy moment with his cameo and quote Jesse Bell chimed in defending Obama. They suggested that maybe maybe he doesn't just like the show because of the main character masturbating to him they gave him the benefit of the doubt. They wrote quote. I have some friends who skipped fleabag first season season and went straight to the second and while I believe that is deeply wrong. They still seemed to enjoy what they watched just fine Obama is a very busy man and though oh he makes time to watch television and film not uncut gems. Apparently perhaps he skipped ahead. I don't know I find it. Slightly suspect that he included included the age of surveillance capitalism. The fight for human future at the new frontier of power on his best books list even though it is critical of the Obama Administration station. So it's possible. He outsources some of these recommendations though more likely he's just comfortable with reading the comments and quote personally. I don't think Obama has time to make these year end roundup lists like it's gotta be someone in his staff right. He's a busy man. Busy people don't watch this this much prestigious film and TV busy people busy people. They just watch whatever's on. TLC If you're truly busy the only media you have time to consume our shows shows like ninety day fiance and out. Daughter'd trust me. I'm a busy person. And that's how I am just kidding. I watch credit options to ZAC. ephron contracted a deadly infection in Papua New Guinea any wall filming his show which is unfortunately and ironically named killing Zack. ephron Volker covered this writing quote. He reportedly came down with a Thai food or a similar bacterial infection in the middle of an off grid. Shoot a doctor with the team believed to have evacuated Ephron declined into to discuss the nature of his illness but did say that they had retrieved a US citizen in his thirties from PNG to Brisbane for medical attention attention and that the patient was hospitalized in stable condition and quote apparently Zach was allowed to fly back to the US on Christmas Eve to receive of treatment. And he's since posted on instagram. That he's quote bounced back. But ZAC come on. You're filming a show called killing Zack. Ephron and doing so who almost killed you that totally sucks but also. Isn't it kind of on you for naming the show killing Zaka Ron. That's like tempting fate. Come on back no of course. I'm I'm kidding of. Of course I'm not victim blaming Zach Ephron for getting an infection obviously but it is funny. I mean it's kind of funny. We can have a laugh about this one right. Everyone's fine no one's dead dead the show that he's filming Sounds interesting I looked it up on. IMDB in the description of the show is quote this adventure series of which Kazak Ephron is the star and executive producer will show the actor venturing deep into the jungles of a remote dangerous island to carve his own name in expedition history. History and quote. Zach come on what is that. What do you do In Celebrity break-up News Sara Gilbert Robert and her wife Linda Perry are separating Sara Gilbert you might know her from the talk she was also on Roseanne and these spinoff show the Connors Linda. Perry he is of course the lead singer of four non blondes. I don't have a ton to tell you about this particular celebrity break-up but I'm just GonNa throw some bullet points tell you they're kind of boring but you know why not boom. They got married in March. Two thousand fourteen. They have one kid together. His name is roads. Emilio Gilbert Perry. Sorry Sarah also has two other kids from a previous marriage. They've been together for five and a half years and now they're Dunn's Oh and that's it that's all you need to know about Sara Gilbert breaking up with her wife Linda. Perry uh-huh okay. This next topic is extremely random and various Pacific. But Hey guess what Tom. Hanks is a Greek citizen now. According to the Associated Press quote Greece's president pro copious wlob. Ellis has signed an honorary Gary Naturalization Order allowing these sixty three year old actor to claim Greek citizenship. His office told the Associated Press on Friday. Hanks frequently spends his summer vacation on the Greek island of Anti Paros and his wife actress and producer. Rita Wilson is of Greek and Bulgarian ancestry under Greek law. Honorary Naturalization may be granted to people who have provided exceptional services to the country or whose naturalization serves the public interest wrist and quote. I did some googling and I was like Tom Hanks also Greek like by ancestry or does he. Just you know like vacationing there and in. He's a Greek wife while while I was doing some of this googling I found a very funny and very sweet website called Greek reporter where they mentioned that Tom. Hanks loves being being married to a Greek woman. They also spent a lot of time writing about how he has Greek values and that is what makes him Greek. They wrote quote the hanks. Thanks Wilson Family is as tight as the couple's themselves and they are supportive of each other like a true Greek family. The actor himself has not once acted like the typical arrogant Hollywood star with several weddings extramarital affairs and extravagant whims. He has always been low key in his career rear while his work and directing and producing movies shows clearly that he is not in it just for the money and quote. They also go on to say that because Tom thanks produced. Mama Mia and Mama Mia here. We go again and my big Fat Greek wedding to. It's clear that he's a great Greek ally. Listen I I didn't know about Greek reporter until today but I salute them and I celebrate them and guess what I celebrate you Tom. Hanks and Rita Wilson congrats on getting Greek citizenship. Now are you can leave the US and you don't have to have trump is your president. I'm jealous frankly and listen. I don't know that much about this Greek president but he gave Tom Hanks citizenship ships. So can he really be that bad of a guy. I mean also. Don't ask me because I know absolutely nothing about Greek politics vein. Listen everyone I'm from La. So you know I'm into some hippy. dippy pseudo magic stuff and one thing I firmly believe in doing at the end of every calendar year is a vision board. A Vision Board is basically a sort of visual collage. That you make and you you put all of your intentions and hopes and wishes for the next year on the board. The idea is these things will come true. Because you've envisioned them happening. You know it. It's like the Secret Britt. It definitely is fake but it's also very very real so I thought for Celeb- news ride home. I would do a Celebrity Vision Board for twenty twenty so these are all things that I hope. Celebrities do in the next year. I'm not trying to make predictions. I'm not trying to say what's plausible or not. These are just my personal personal wishes and hopes for all celebrities in twenty twenty okay. Let's go my first thing on my celebrity. The Vision Board is Anna Kendrick will change her twitter bio right now. Her Bio says quote Pale Awkward and very very small form an orderly early Q.. gents and quote. I mean Anna Kendrick. That can't be your twitter bio come on twenty twenty year. Let's change that twitter bio let's make it something unless embarrassing all right. Let's go okay next thing on my auditory vision. Board is Britney Spears. She's going to get full custody of her kids and then she'll decide to ease up on the a heavy islander look go for something. More Natural Kylie Jenner will start hanging out with a bunch of communists and become completely radicalized reject capitalism awesome entirely. She'll give away all her money and start living in a yurt in Santa Cruz. Another thing on my vision board Megan Markle and Harry will move to La and she'll start acting acting and hallmark Christmas movies. Olivia Jade will purposefully upload a video with incriminating information that gets both of her parents sent to prison. Brad Pitt and Jennifer Eh. Aniston will troll us by actually getting back together Sharon stone. We'll finally get approved by Araya and she's going to swipe on channing tatum and they're going to match and and it's GonNa be like the hottest new CELEB- couple Florence pugh will dump Zach braff because he's going to cheat on her with Lord and then Lords GonNa write a really good album about Eh. Joe Jude is or Joe giudice say it. He's going to thrive in Italy and all of his daughters will move there and become Italian reality stars and then the the US will open its borders and the entire jude is family will move back to the US. Be United Theresa. Joel get back together. And everyone will be Miley. Cyrus Arrests Will Dump Cody Simpson and then get back together. With Brody Jenner's ex wife Caitlin Carter Taylor swift and Kendall Jenner will fall in love and become a pan sexual power couple and also this love will be so strong it will break the years long feud between swifty and the Kardashian. WESTS and they're all going to live peacefully in harmony need for the rest of eternity in Calabasas and of course the last thing on my Celebrity Vision Board for twenty twenty. I hope that Marc Anthony's yacht fire insurance comes comes through and he's able to afford to buy a new yacht all right so there's so many more celebrity hopes and wishes that I have for the next year but I can't possibly say them all all because this podcast would be about twenty hours long but if you have any celebrity vision board ideas or if you WANNA make a physical celebrity vision board. Please tweet them or instagram them. To me I'm at Celeb- ride home on both platforms. I'm also at Kate Raft. If you WANNA send it to my personal come come on. CELEBS is your year you can do this. Thank you. So much for tuning in to Celeb- news ride home. I'm kate raft. I've been your host. You can follow me at K.. Draft again already said that. But Hey it's worth saying again. And this was our last show of twenty nineteen last show th the year last show of the. We'll be back on Thursday day the second of January with an all new brand new episode. I'll miss you all. It's been a great very full year of celebrities. Ride home and twenty twenty is going to be even better. It's going to be better like I don't know how it could even get better because this show is perfect but I promise you we're going places. Okay a you and me Kiddo. I'd like to thank right home. Media and my co producer and engineer. Jack Allison and of course I'd like to thank all of you for helping launch this podcast being great eight listeners tuning in and writing reviews. And you're all the best. I love you so much. I love you so much. See next decade

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Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile (2019) | Joe Beringer

The Qwipster Film Review Podcast

08:35 min | 2 years ago

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile (2019) | Joe Beringer

"Hello and welcome to the equator film review podcast. My name is Vince, Leo. I'm the author of the film review website, quips dot net. I have to check out over four thousand of my written reviews marine anytime quips dot net is where to go Q WIP S T R dot net. I cover all films new films everything in between. I invite you to check that out. You also get me link there to my other podcast that covers films of the nineteen eighties called around the world in eighties movies. I hope you'll check that one out as well. As far as the film on going to be reviewing today. It's a movie that debuted at Sundance earlier this year, but Netflix ended up buying it out. And now it's playing on their platform. Currently it's called extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile. It is an R rated film does have disturbing violent content, some sexuality nudity and language. The run time is hour and fifty minutes. Zack Ephron lily Collins are the main stars with supporting roles going to Haley, Joel Osmond, John. Lca vich in Kaya scored alario they're smaller. Roles going to James Hadfield, Jim Parsons and Dylan Baker, the director is Jim Berlinger and the screenplay credited to Michael where we it's a movie about at least partially the personal life of the smooth talking gas lighting sociopath named Ted Bundy Bundy gets put into the spotlight in extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile which takes its name from a quote by the judge in describing the crimes committed while delivering his sentencing during bundy's murder trial. Joe Berlinger is director he's kind of a true crime specialist documentary. And he's directed. I think he directed. The second Blair witch movie a book of shadows. But mostly he's been documentaries since and mainly true crime. He's kind of a specialist in that category. It's one of two projects that he's directed here. In the first half of twenty nineteen alone on the subject of Ted Bundy, the other being a four part Netflix documentary series called conversations with a killer. The Ted Monday tapes. That features interviews with Ted Bundy himself while he was on death row, extremely wicked as I'll call it from here on out is more of a dramatization of events. It's from the perspective of bundy's ex-fiancee in a certain regard, Elizabeth candle in the movie KENDALL is a pseudonym used by the real life woman named Liz clip for the material here is loosely taken from the memoirs of Kendall's experience with Bundy called the phantom prints my life with Ted Bundy that book was originally published back in nineteen Eighty-one. It has been long out of print for some time. In addition to the relationship between KENDALL and Bundy, the film also covers the legal troubles at Bundy would find himself in and out of in that culminates in the first nationally televised court trial in United States history. Zach Ephron here he's nicely cast in the role of the road charmer. Despite all of the file accusations that are thrown against him. He finds himself garnering a bit of a heart throb status among women who find his. Prisma and looks to be somehow irresistible even underneath that beating heart of amoral monster the acting in this film is perhaps the best asset to this otherwise unspectacular movie Efren here, he looks remarkably like Ted Bundy you provide some of his better work in the role. Good supporting current here. Also by lily Collins, as the increasingly paranoid. Liz kendall. Haley, Joel Osmond in this film as Liz concerned coworker who seems to have a thing for her Kaya Scola Dario is bundy's girlfriend later and best public cheerleader. Once he is incarcerated John Malkovich. Oh, so in the film as judge Cowart who presided over the highly publicized case for the state of Florida on television, and in the courtroom, Metallica frontman, James Hatfield also makes an acting appearance in the film. He plays a police officer named Bob Hayward Hadfield became friends with Joe Berlinger when he directed the acclaimed documentary on the band, Metallica some kind of monster the sense of period in this film. It covers mostly the years. Between nineteen sixty nine and nineteen seventy nine. It's adequate. But I do think it often feels artificial his hair makeup. It's wardrobe. Just don't look quite right. The actors feel like they're more playing dress up than inhabiting living in characters of that time. We find this seemingly sweet courtship of the single mom. Liz KENDALL on the part of Ted Bundy, he seems like an ideal dream man when they meet, and he seems to be a very loving nurturing. Father figure to her young daughter over the years a real catch. You would think things take a bit of turn when Bundy leaves their home in Seattle to attend law school in Utah. And that's where he gets tagged as a suspect in the kidnapping murder case where he fits the description of the culprit, although the acts don't quite align enough for him to be the definitive person that they're looking for. Elizabeth does stay by his side. Bundy still continues to do things that seem to further sink though into legal troubles begins to make her wonder if he is the serial killer in disguise or. All of this is an elaborate frame job by an overzealous law enforcement community seeking to put someone away without waiting for incontrovertible evidence. That would kneel him for good Ted Bundy here seems become a media, darling. He has groupies across the country that fall under his dreamy spell by what they see on television, including Carole. Ann Boone in old friend who becomes bundy's lever and a source of strength for him at a time when Liz has decided to keep her distance. Although this is a film about a serial killer, all of the disturbing acts of violence are kept mostly off the screen, the exception of a couple of very brief flashbacks that thankfully are not particularly graphic nature. Although there is one photograph in evidence that is disturbing enough I suppose on its own I guess the point here is to put you in the mind of KENDALL who saw very few of the dark sides to Bundy that was being portrayed by the cops in the media that the economy between how he's being portrayed in the media. And the man she knows in the personal life. Don't quite jibe in that keeps her in this limbo as. How much effort she should take to stick by his side? Whether to see him try to clear his name or continue to put herself and her daughter in harm's way by having what could be a serial killer in the home as such if you'd really don't know the details of Ted bundy's story, it may have you a little bit more intrigued than your typical bureau as to whether or not he ultimately is going to be found innocent or guilty by the end, even if it is the latter. Whether he is actually being railroaded by the cops and judicial system by the end, though, I think it does become a little bit more clear, even if things remain a bit ambiguous along the way because we're supposed to put ourselves in the mind of those people who still believe in Ted Bundy, extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile. It serves less like a full bio pic and even as an exploration into the rationale of a madman. It's a little bit lacking. Here. It's more of a cataloging of certain events that transpired within the personal life of Ted Bundy. And Liz KENDALL over the years they were together and subsequently apart during that. Decade as such. I do think that it often feels like it lacks purpose beyond the reenactment of these events most of which have been on record and in documentary form in the more complete and interesting manner than it is presented ear lackluster direction. I think here without a hook here in the story to keep us real into this film beyond the performances. It's kind of a missed opportunity to make for a gripping and thoughtful peek into this world, very few whatever experience in their lifetimes. I think the movie remains at the end pretty much what Ted Bundy was to most people who met him efforts glance attractive, but ultimately superficial you hope for connection underneath the initial charm. It doesn't offer the kind of substance that will sustain your attention beyond what you envision going in. So along those lines of a bit disappointed with this film and can't quite recommend it. I'm going to give it to and a half stars out of four because of the performances it will probably keep your interest in your somebody who likes these kind of true crime bio-pics. But certainly I don't think that this is a movie that I would. Commend going out of your way to see it's on Netflix. So I guess you can kind of give it a flyer. Anyway, if you already subscribe to the service, but it's not the kind of movie I would say to shell out your dollars just to be able to see so two and a half stars is the best. I can give extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile. Thanks, everyone for listening. I hope that you enjoyed this review. If you have your own thoughts on this film. You can write to me can find my contact information at my website whip stir dot net is where to go Q W S T E R dot net.

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Black Panther or Roma: Which Best Picture Win Would be More Historic? - Mailbag

Collider Movie Talk

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

Black Panther or Roma: Which Best Picture Win Would be More Historic? - Mailbag

"The following program is brought to you by your friends at podcast one. Don't forget to download our new podcast one out. Let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents, you'll probably mold along and skip anybody noticed you the lawn. Tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complain about having to mow the lawn again good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance. Which of course, we'll go right into the lawn. Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurers discount not available in all states or situations. Welcome everybody to the Saturday's edition of collider mail bag. I am your host John Rocca sitting in for the lovely Perry. Number numberof, who's off in the snows of Sundance watching films that none of us will get to see for another six months. So we're all Suber jealous that she's there, but Choubey reporting some stuff on collider dot com. And of course, Adam Chitwood is already writing reviews for Frosties up there, and no better nickname for a man named frosty going into the snow to do Sundance. So I'm sitting in for two days Saturdays at Asian of collateral mail bag. I am joined you may not recognize him under all his Yobo gear. But that is Jeff Snyder who is joining me on Saturday to talk an answer some of your questions. How are you down Saturday? I didn't even realize it's more of a Sunday kinda guy what we had put Riley on we figure that was nice pallet. Cleanser after you probably today. Opening this Sunday time going on there? It's great to be here. John. No, what is that? What is that? This is my little. Home age. Yeah. In honor of the live event happening tonight. That's a good little reference there. If you want to watch this motel live event their links all over Christian Harlem, and the schmo down Twitter links Twitter accounts, rather, they have all the links there to watch the schmo down live event tonight with Dan Maroney going. No, I'm not going, Dan Merle challenging even Irwin for the belt there live in New York. And of course, chance Ellison going up against with Jeannie Harlow machine Harlem and five day chartered a plane for some of us going down there after this. Great awesome. That's confusing night Saturday morning dawn, and I'm good not to be, but I don't want. I don't want to watch a couple of the competitors fighting for mind belts. That'd good with that into your questions. You guys know we love to get your questions, you can send them in three different ways. You can tweet them at us. We put the call out for questions, we're using the hashtag clutter mailbag. You can also do it on Instagram. Follow us on collider video there on Instagram, and you can submit your questions when we put the call out there with the hashtag clutter. What? Or you can Email us at mailbag at collider dot com. Sending your questions picked up five for today. They were a lot of great questions of we had to pair them down to five. So let's jump into it. Now, the first one comes from Email. It comes from James, Maynard O'Connell the rights. Great name. Yeah. Right. Is a very, yeah. Hey. I just watched glass and had a very different reaction than the critics. So I thought I check cinema score which gives the film a b a did some digging, and this is a pretty typical rate for Shamlan film. But I was surprised to see unbreakable cinema score which is a sea despite the overwhelmingly positive reputation. It has today. What do you think accounts for the difference between unbreakable cinema score and its reception today, and what are some of your favorite films with low cinema scores? Jeff Snider, I mean to me cinema score really measures like a movie against its marketing. You know, if the trailer is sounding you one thing. And then the movie delivers another you're feeling gypped innocence. And that's where a lot of these f- grades or come from like, I hated mother. But like a lot of people loved mother, you know, like some people thought it was like a masterpiece, which I think is crazy. But like, that's a film that got an F cinema score. Because the trailer was selling something that mother ultimately was not you know, what I mean. What do you like what do you make of it all mother now? Like cinema scores in general. I don't I don't trust them. Because it's limited polling wasn't here. Hillary was going to be Trump to coordinate to polling bowling to me is just an outdated methodology of like, you know, just like measuring stuff. Right. So like, I don't make much of unbreakable. See cinema score. Critics love that movie. It has held up today as I consider it a masterpiece. So I think cinema scores are not necessarily. They don't really mean anything. Well, I think you make a good point here in this idea of like, I'm pitched something. And when I walk out of the theater that was not what I was promised. Right. And I think unbreakable suffered from that. Absolutely. I know the first time I saw it. I didn't like it. I didn't like it. It was when a friend told me go back and rewatch it as an origin story of a superhero movie. Then all of a sudden the film opened up to me. It was incredible to watch. And I got what Sean Malone was going for. But I probably would have been in that camp with a C given it a sea walking out of the theater because I I was I was pitched something else that it'd became something else. And I thought it was I just didn't get what he was trying to do the first time everybody was kind of expecting another six cents with Zack in the fact that it became this kind of pseudo superhero film. I think people were disappointed by that might be the reason that we have a C cinema score for. I think it's also because people have an idea of what they want to see when they walk out of there. They don't see it. And yes, sometimes it's because the film is bad but other times, it's because maybe the film is ahead of its time and doesn't. And the audience is like this isn't what I wanted like people maybe went to see punch drunk love. I know a couple of people who once he punch dog love thinking was an Adam Sandler film. I walked out going. What the hell is. This wasn't Billy mad. I remember didn't like the Brad Pitt movie killing them. Softly. So get an F cinema score. Like, that's not maybe that wasn't the movie the trailers were showing you run sing you like, I don't even know if Andrew Dominik is directed another movie sentence. But I liked that movie overall that didn't doesn't deserve an F cinema score. But the people who went to see it we're expecting this. Like Brad, Pitt shoot them up. And so the hated it. Yeah. Well, some of the ones the world Tenenbaum's had a C minus cinema score coming out eternal, sunshine. The spotless. Mind. Had a B minus boogie nights got a see. So I think these are films once again films that the audience is like, I think weren't ready to see I think now we were more knowledgeable and cultured movie audience that enjoys different perspectives and unique takes on film. Than than we were back. Then do you think do you we've progressed as an audience as well? Do you know what Owen Wilson would say about that? See mine cinema score for Rothe enema. Please. Let us know. Wow. Wow. Counter Pearl Harbor got an a minus cinema score. So. That at all. But I guess people got what they wanted when they walk out of that, which was the Pearl Harbor battle. Art, Jeff, what is our second question. It is from Brian Michaels via Email new rights last year. Netflix huge success dropping not just a trailer for Cloverfield paradox. But surprising, everyone by making the movie available immediately. After the quality of the film, notwithstanding racked up millions of watches or views and made Netflix the king of the buzz following the game. I don't usually wear a hat. Do you think Netflix will once again drop a new movie right after the game be something of theirs that we know about or another secret acquisition there. Rumors. They bought the horror film polaroid, which we've heard nothing about since or something like chaos walk during which has a big director and stars. But not even a trailer less than two months out from its scheduled release making me think it's either been pushed back perhaps it's been secretly acquired for big stunt release. Look I love to answer this question. But I have to defer to my friend the scoops king over here. Jeff Snyder whose buddy over at a certain certain website kind of blue this question yesterday. Jeff do you want to answer this? I just like Pearl, and I are on the same page a lot variety. Justin Kroll a variety, and he had like the same idea, which is like, man. Wouldn't it be amazing? Really if Netflix made this a tradition of like unveiling something Dino buying a big Super Bowl spot or two and making a big deal. Deal out of it. And then everybody after the game. Like that becomes the thing. After the game you go to watch. Netflix. Yeah. So I don't know what it would be this year. They have triple frontier that's probably like their biggest February released because technically velvet buzzsaw the Jilin hall movie is coming out two days before the game. Right. You know? So that that wouldn't really matter. Triple frontiers within Aflac Oscar Isaac like it has a bunch of starts. So what do you what do you think that if it was that I would be over the moon? If it was that. And it makes a lot of sense for that to be the film. They drop on a Super Bowl Sunday, a bad ass film with a bunch of action all the stuff going all the cartels. It gets you in that you're already in the mood of seeing dude slam into each other on a football field for three or four hours. Exactly. And you'd be more in the mood to jump right on Netflix. And like kind of cleanse your pallet with the fantastic film. The other thing that I think that they have coming up is the Steven Soderbergh basketball. Oh, yeah. My friend. Andre Holland is the lead in that high flying bird comes out five days after the game. So maybe they move that up five days. I don't know if that's like quite big enough. You know, like sort of our to me is big enough. But it doesn't have like giant star. But neither did chlorophyll paradox. But again that was that was about the brand in that franchise. So I I don't know. It'll be interesting. I would love it it happened because you've already got the juice of the commercials with Super Bowl. Now. Look, this streaming society. So why not own a Sunday night with a Netflix movie people like to turn it off and watch a film and detox from the game, you they'll just put it all and you can just watch it with the friends we're already there. Here's an interesting. I'm just going to throw this out there. I haven't heard anything. Okay. So last night. I started. Watching the Ted Bundy tapes. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's on our q. Right from Joe Berlinger amazing documentary filmmaker so it's something that's right now, Netflix is going to be buying movies this weekend at the festival what if they bought the Zafran Ted Bundy movie and just like put it out immediately after to capitalize on this Ted Bundy craze that Netflix itself has started. Wow. A total turnaround. That'd be incredible. That would be interesting if they dropped a new Zack Ephron like zero killer movie two weeks, that's the hottest movie at the festival, regardless of what I've heard about it or not. So I don't know. I'm curious to see what that once seen documentaries about our. What's our next question there? Jeff, I think it's your turn. Go isn't much. Okay. Yeah. You're right. I'm sorry. This is on Instagram from Logan yoga n- Lindo rights Hake. Ladder huge fan of the channel with this year's nominations. What do you think would be a more game changing win marvel winning best picture for Black Panther or Netflix winning best picture for Roma would love to know? Your thoughts. This is a great question. We as soon as I found this and said at the Jeff Jeff like, absolutely we're putting it on has a lot of people love writing about Netflix. And imagine if a streaming service won best picture like that, which is up and the entire industry. I don't think I think the answer is Black Panther Black Panther. I mean, obviously, we've had African American themed films. You know, win win the Oscar before it's not necessarily about that. But you know, as far as comic book movies go, I think it really would legitimize them in a way that, you know, certain segments of the population somewhat even say myself included at times, don't necessarily give them credit for. Like the Black Panthers win. I think would be truly historic. Listen Roma's would to a black and white foreign film, you know, with no big stars winning picture that would be a feat in and of itself. But I think my answer is Black Panther. What's yours? The question is what would be the more game changing win. I think if Roma one for Netflix, it wouldn't necessarily change the game that much beasts of no nation already changed the game by getting people's attention for it a few years ago through the Netflix streaming. So if a foreign language, film Spanish language film. Mexican language of one black and white people would dismiss it. Eventually people would turn it into the artist or whatever, and there's already push back against Roma with how quotable boring it is for some people. So you have that going for it. So I don't think it would change the game. If that one I don't think it's as prominent of a film coming out of Netflix that could change the game marvel that's the one that I think could change the game. If Black Panther one changes everything because now people have to take book movies a little more seriously. And the idea that artists now can see oh, there is a path to the Oscars by coming to a marvel or DC or maybe another studio like Sony that's doing a comeback movies. And be like, well, I could win an Oscar. If I do a really good one here, and it's the build right dark. Knight started us off. And then we go into winter soldier and Logan and now Black Panther. So people could go so artists of high quality me go like I want to go do superhero movie. Maybe I can do something. Really new and interesting with the product or the project and turn it into an Oscar changed the best picture category. You know, right after dark dark, so it would be fitting that finally then decision pays off somehow with the conflict movie winning. I don't think that Black Panther is going to win. I think it would be a bigger game changer than if it was just Roma like Netflix putting Roma into theaters and seventy millimeter and stuff that is game changing already. Right. Of course. You know? But yeah. Black Panther collection. Yeah. Absolutely. Thank you. Number four question. Number four comes from Jason king via Email who writes, hey, guys. I know this is a Downer of a question. But at this time, I'm watching a family member suffering from an illness. I know they can't escape from I feel guilty that I go to the movies watch television, play video games, listen to music as coping mechanisms even though in providing emotional support when it's needed. What advice can you give me on how to deal with bad news in such a public forum with the amazing jobs? You guys have I love glider and everyone involved, you guys mean a lot and your efforts. Certainly don't go unappreciated. Best wishes Jason king in London. Well, thank you for this question. Jason I wanted to put it on the show because you know, sometimes we can talk about more than just comic books. Superheroes, movies, whatever like that. This is the real life thing that entertainment does for people and people talk about oh, it's frivolous, frivolous brothers. But people need it. We've needed it since the dawn of time to deal with any number of things. And so this is another form this. TV moved movies video games music. All the things you're doing are coping mechanisms that you need in your life. So that you can be a good provider of either support or health care for the person, you are taking care of if your not in a place of being available being open being willing to do this and you're exhausted. You're not going to be as good of a person to take care of someone. So I think what they what you're doing. Here. Jason is smart for you don't feel guilty about this. You gotta take care of yourself as much as your take care of the other person. So that you can be fully available for them when they need you in my father went through two years of cancer before he passed away. It was the worst experience ever, and I had to take care of myself in certain moments. So that I could be available for him. Right. That's how it goes. So Jason I totally appreciate understand what you're going through and don't feel guilty. Because this is what entertainment is supposed to it's supposed to transport you away. So that you can forget. Just for a little bit. The the things you're going through in life. And when you come back out, maybe you come back out with a stronger spirit, a happier approach to the world, or at least, maybe someone experiencing what you experience, and maybe learning you can learn some lessons from what you're watching on the screen or listening, and I really couldn't have said it better myself. And I think it took a lot of courage to write in with this question and to use your full name, frankly. You know, I took care of my mother for you know, in the last month of her life and went back to Boston. And it really is like they say on an airplane. You have to put your mask on first before you can help anybody else. And I think that you watching a movie you're at an episode of television or playing a video game. Whatever it is. I think that that is you practicing self care, and you need to do that in order to be strong for your relatives. When they do need you. So I can certainly empathize with the situation that you're going through. And I'm really sorry. But I don't think that you should feel guilty escaping with the help of entertainment as long as you return, you know, because that's sort of our duty. We are parents care of us. We gotta take care of them. I don't know if it's a parent or not. But you know, thoughts and prayers are with you from the entire collider family. Absolutely Jason pep -solutely. Keep doing your thing. Jason. Our update us on how this is going for you. Please send in the emails this last question comes from Instagram. Right. Galactic guy. Thirty writes. My dad seems really interested in seeing the new sopranos prequel movie. He will end up seeing it on Blu Ray or net flicks. Since he hardly goes to the theater anyways. I figured would ask a question for my dad, what kind of store line would be very interesting for the sopranos prequel. Jeff Snyder, your masters panels fan as my police answer this question, we just took a very sobering question. And so it's nice to get a question like this where I can into it. John Rocca not the question itself. This broad good question. David Chase's, sopranos prequel. Yeah. Which I do not think should exist. I think it's a terrible idea. And again, I haven't read the script. And I like the way that the cast is shaping up, you know. But I like what if it goes wrong, and it reflects poorly on the sopranos, which is. Probably the greatest television show of all time along with the wire. And Tony is the greatest character barn on on television of all time. I mean, what storyline would when I hope happens. No store. I guess I'd be inter-. I wanna see how Tony was mayor. I don't care about the multi Santi family, and that kind of thing I just don't get it. And I know so very far Amiga is going to be playing Libya, Libya and Corey Stoll. I think is he's been junior. Uncle exactly Corey Stoll is junior. John Paul is Libya's. Right. Husband the father multi Santi father. Right. Yeah. And then so who's Novoa playing playing Mozart's father? I think birth all might be playing Tony's debt. I don't know either. We talk about what storyline. You'd wanna see what store I mean? I just want. I just wanted to focus on Tony. And that was interesting casting because it's going to be a son Gandolfini son yet Mike like any like who better to capture his father's like mannerisms and the way he walks and talks and like listen Beezer some big shoes to fill. This is not an easy task. Where just like, I think someone said O'Shea Jackson. Yeah. Right. Yeah. But it's like dead playing is cube is a lot easier than playing James Gandolfini playing. Tony soprano. You know what I mean? Right. It's a double. Character is only playing your father play a character. You tell me gimme what's your story line? To me. It's has to be the story line of how Tony was formed. Right. Look, this is called the sopranos wides called spannis because Tony soprano is the person who is the alpha dog in the whole series. It's the person you want to watch you want to see the whole the whole everything orbits around Tony. So you want to see in the first film how Tony is formed. What Tony's experiences are. So Michael stepping in for his father's shoes is pretty incredible Michael Gandolfini, but they better build the storyline around. Tony. Nobody cares about Maltese dad tonight. He cares about. To be about Tony in. If it's not about Tony. I think David Jay's Meghan Matt this has to be Tony seeing violence and being exposed to the world and learning how to take advantage of it and how to rise to power which he ultimately does. I mean, I keep thinking about I guess road to perdition where Michael Michael is right? He's watching all this happen. And that was so affected because he's seeing his father in like a whole new light. And that's I guess that's that's the tone. I think they need to go with here. I just worry that like David chase just wanted to do another gangster movie. And they were like eh. What can you make it about the sopranos? There's some I don't know if this was him pushing for this or somebody else like saying, can we get more sopranos? But I just wish that this was an original thing with all new characters, and it had nothing to do with this amazing TV show that he doesn't need a prequel. I can't agree with Jeff any more than I do already guy. I don't understand why prequel movies happening. I love. Of that series so much if they mess it up and see. Like, you can counter this with the dead, the dead wood movie excites me, more than the sopranos prequel movie because all those characters are coming back and we're looking into their lives. Now all these years later with this. We're relying on these actors to come in to bring these characters to life that we've only seen in flashes or bunches or seen in older versions on the show. And a lot of stuff can go wrong. And it's not like David Chase's strong track record in feature films. So it concerns me overall about what what we're going to get that being said if the storyline doesn't factor around Tony soprano, then I think it's a waste of time. I would be less concerned if this was a prequel series on HBO with John Corey still down without that would be interesting because I think chase. His he writes in tune with the rhythms television. This movie scares the hell out of me. I'm not gonna lie. And I wonder if we're going to get Tony like dealing with his mental health stuff, which we saw in the series, obviously. And what what this violence does to affect him. And how it changes him from who he is at the beginning of the movie too. He is at the end watching all he's going to have to commit an active violence at the end of this movie. Probably you know, what I mean, which is which is the starts him on them that maybe this'll be a trilogy only got off. Never genius. Yeah. Right. Exactly, david. Chase is incredible. All right. Well, thanks, everybody for watching this Saturday edition of Kloten mailbag. We really appreciate you taking the time to watch us. And listen to us talk about these issues and answer these questions for you. We really appreciate you sending in the questions as well. Jeff, thanks for stopping by other work. If you punch in my friend on my desk at the centre our Twitter Instagram and cameo there you go you oh cameo. That's right. 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213 - Live at the Northrop Auditorium in Minneapolis (2019)

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

1:28:04 hr | 1 year ago

213 - Live at the Northrop Auditorium in Minneapolis (2019)

"This is exactly right. Maybe that's how you do it. We brought a friend a best friend. Did you hear about our new producer that replace Steven is kind of a big get huge gap in Hollywood? The I took a little bit of numbers break. You take a bit of a pay. Cut here this. This is waiting accident. Karen and Georgia Society wants to believe it can identify evil people or bad or harmful people. But it's not practical. There are now stereotypes. We serial killers or your son's. We are your husband's we are everywhere. I don't feel guilty for anything. I feel sorry for people who feel guilt. Now go get you get your head in a game you gotta get gets head in the game. Zack Ephron as Ted Bundy pretty amazing but wait. Here's the real note. Hope you enjoy your new backstage guests. Don't help them with the boat. If he asks can't wait for your show. Minneapolis Murderer knows. Adriana and court may well done and let's get this guy out of here you feel upstaged by Zach African. Does you suck. And she didn't want to bring him no I did. That'd be threw him under the fucking that rude. No not at all we do it. We WANT HI EVERYBODY. We want to tell you about when you guys stood up. It made me think of the one girl who didn't realize last night that everyone else had sat down and it was so sweet and earnest and alone. It was the funniest for one second. We were kind of like this and starting to talk in for one second. I thought she was going to be like excuse me and I was like shit here. We go at the game customer service at the top of the show but then I saw her hands go like this like she is like a little raccoon. Like bring it on whatever you want to say it. And I'm like Oh. She has no idea. The standing ovation is over then. She looked behind her and sat down immediately and then we called her shit out. Hard poor thing is the best thing really the ultimate compliment just an extended standing ovation. Doesn't and even though nothing's happening. How's it going real good yourself? Thanks thanks for having US back here awesome. This is our fucking. This is the last city of our five month tour. Thank you this. This is exciting less you all. We appreciate you letting finally stop. Oh are agent. Will I know it's the best we love it? It's been two seasons Of A lot of the year. Yes five full months. The Winter Spring tour just call it the half yearly sale. And I wanted to show you so as you guys know. Maybe or you don't after the show we go back to our hotel. Rooms usually with food and strips both turn on forensic files it is always on. Thank you H. L. and you're telling it so comforting lately like this weekend. Basically I've been noticing new episodes that I've never seen before which is so because I think they had like twenty episodes anything I now. That's one his hand is this and or events. Even I've seen this one and I love you. So there's a couple of new ones which means more great hairstyles to to laugh about and people who are just what's happening with them. The thing is that the early nineties didn't seem that weird when they they don't hold up g you wonder like I always think well now we look normal then I look at the early two thousands and I'm like what the fuck was I wearing a rea- piercings and face to face and like I don't know is not good my mom. I used to come down the stairs my mom ago. You're not wearing that to the Dennis to just be like what's wrong with you. You look like a Hobo and then I see pictures from then. I look exactly like like huge jeans with rips. Like all the way like no middle gene just top and bottom. Should that like if you walk in the Dennis that dentist. You'd like what's going on in her mouth. This isn't going to be fun okay. Did you get some good two good friends? I WANNA introduce you to and remember we all pot. We can't pause this so this is like take the photo as quick as you can bend here. He comes put one. That's one and Vince goes. He should be investigating sideburns. It was a different time. But you know those you're like I'm GONNA BE ON TV tomorrow for the first time so this fucking happen to me. I'M GONNA go get a haircut. Oh then you get this. This is what happens. My My bangs were shorter. That the I I I left the salon crying truly then they would hate yourself salon. I was like I'm going to treat myself. It's the first time you're on. Tv Let it be a big deal. Paid one hundred fucking dollars for him to make me look. Everyone's like one hundred. I know I would have done that for. You is ninety on white wine and a touch of speed and I would. I would have got him right up there. I mean I still do it for you minus the speed. Just the white lost touch wine when I have a glass of white wine. I'm the best hairdresser. Show US proof. Well I guess the only proof I have is resist. The opposite of proof is that a guy almost broke up with me when I cut his hair. Once I went to school. I can totally do this. And then he was like I. Okay I saw this guy last night. I watched this one because he did a really moving speech was he was raised. Smart and great. How do you trust him at a guy who's wearing Peter Tork Swig? He did a really great speech about how we shouldn't judge people on their strange behavior and I was like a should be judged them on their weird. Bob's that make no sense clearly. You're putting a little bit of Hydrogen Peroxide Son Highlights the highlights and for sure. And that's WHO's GonNa be representing us one day at our trial if we're lucky if we're lucky good growls. Speaking of this is my favorite murder charge hard stark. Thank you thank you best friends. Best friends we appreciate it Stevens not here. No he never comes. The next door will just be him right thing. That's a good idea. Yeah he's GonNa have to wear he's going to be half me half Karen and he's GonNa and we're not gonNA pay him extra for it he's GonNa lip sync. He's GonNa live on it overran who we had. They did last night Milwaukee at a bar called Dick's there's a drag show where they were dressed up like us done. We've made it the end honored. We don't have to do anything else. That wants drag Queens. Are Doing you fucking done. That's yeah that's what my grandma always says made it made. She knew the levels last level that you need to hit. Has Your dress holding up. It's okay thanks so much. It doesn't have Parkinson's a slightly disciplining drunk screaming role. The first night pointed it out to us very well. Yeah Yeah we have. We have a ton of drunk screaming girls in our own. Yes we get it be proud. She's creeped. He's in the front row screams but then points yourself if you miss the yelling. I'm here no that was for me. The girl is silver tank top. Yeah they sell can line here. I have seven I would have would highlands okay. Should we sit down? Look at these petite little century modern. These these are quite something. What is this Naga? Honestly I would put these in my apartment. These are nice and then he got a little twist on that sort of thing. Yeah this is a fucking high class situation glance. We got whatever this is. I don't know what this is for. If you're stressing out during your story what I am. Do you WanNa tell them about this. Oh yeah the speech. It's time for the speed. You have two more this. Do you have tonight tomorrow night to perfect it so fuck and feel it from your heart and your soul. Can I get a follow spot? Please just GONNA walk around the stage. A little bit the lighting guys. Just you really want one. No no no. That's just some theater comedy to make you hate me. So this is a true crime comedy. Podcast and yes and people like it but but oftentimes these live shows a you murdering buy tickets and then you bring people who don't listen don't like it don't care and don't WanNa be here. Which is you to live. Your Life Anyway. You want but I would suggest a redirect on that area. I don't know your story. Do whatever the fuck you want. Anyway hug her friend sweetly. I'm sorry I made you. And then that person has to go to some kind of weird crafting thing later. It's a tradeoff. Relationships are supposed to work. But so to those people who don't listen and you'll get it sometimes when you hear the phrase true crime comedy podcast. You know a lot of times. People are like. That's wrong or those things. Don't go together so we just like to really quickly say at the top of the show Georgia and I have been obsessively crime since we were very young but we also simultaneously have dealt with all the horrors of our lives through humor and so it was only natural when we started this podcast and started talking to each other about the worst things that can happen to people in the world that we would then let off steam of the horror of that by making jokes so a reserve the right to do that as individual people. And if you don't like it you can get the fuck out. That was a good one. Was THAT ONE. Mellon was great and really fun. Facts not far from this theater right now. Share just gave that exact same can drunk share drunk Karen. No Sair listen its biggest share thousand ways. It's just that there's no resolution to the drunk Karen Bits. You just keep staring going. Why why is this happening? And in the morning you're like did I do carry. Okay you share God. What happened last night? Did I meet share now? I don't care yeah you don't know Karen that's the truth. She would steal your purse. She would fuck and she would steal your purse. Kick you in the shed and then accuse you of betraying her somehow pretty much the pattern. Oh that's I'm hers tonight. Who are not thank you because on our way on the plane over here I thought Oh fuck. I'm last tomorrow night. And it had mini panic attack of being the last. Whatever I fucking month tour. It's right you better have sparklers. You'd better have you better have A. Us Navy boat wish share on the front of it. I'm GonNa have the Real Zach Ephron. Yes could you imagine now now? I'm doing the murder of Louis. Arbogast thank you. Thank you even. If you don't know or care thank you. That's how it's done. Okay here we are in one thousand nine zero nine Louis guest. He Runs A. He's a German immigrants. Big Old Jovial. Dude he runs a butcher shop in one of Saint Paul seven corners West Seventh Street. Look it up I love. I love like five of those corners. Say I won't tell you what you want. Yeah let's not. Let's not turn them against US just yet. Not yet so. He's a German immigrant and he has a good business sense and he's a really skilled butcher so he's able to build a successful business and provide well for his wife. Meena and their five daughters with a really comfortable life. He he is worse at. The time is rumored to be around two hundred thousand dollars at the time at the time right now is a lot of fucking. That's one hundred dollar haircuts every week. Fuck my banks up again. I don't care rich which in today's money is. Should I guess sure weights? Are you one hundred thousand dollars? I remember there was a dip in the market. And then they'll come up okay but then it comes does come back always does airball with trend. The bearable trend just said it. 'cause I listened to financial podcast. That's what they say. Two hundred thousand dollars back then won a one zero nine nine. She's GonNa be four million dollars to close five point six million. You're in the ballpark. I'm getting I'm getting good at that. I feel like in the beginning. They were like three hundred more dollars. Just couldn't even now. It's my passion. Now it's your new podcast. Today's but it's all I do is read lists of how much money you send me the year. The amount and the amount. Yeah I can't do the amount and you guys won't believe this. Oh my God holy Shit in fifteen sixty eight. They didn't have money. Everything was safe. Would you say leaves silly? It was coffee. Everyone knows it okay. So four of the Lewis in Menas daughters live with them and they're beautiful two storey house. That's only five minute walk from the butcher shop Let me show you them real quick. That's the Oh. Yeah some couple. That's would it be rich back then? Yeah it's different now the real housewives of yesteryear. When you're rich you just don't even fit in your photograph thing. I'll have another side of bake and go fuck yourself. Yeah and then. This is their house. Which clearly is what. He was running late beautiful except for the board apart. Where is that modern art? I don't know what that is. Did this house burned down while they live. There do what? Oh I've done it again. That might be an ad for clean cleaning solvent. I don't know Gorgeous House okay. You know. I'm sure it's costs nine hundred thousand dollars today inflation okay. So they have five daughters the youngest named flora. Her nickname is babe which sounds insulting the pig. Probably then there's many who's eighteen. Ida is twenty two in the eldest is beautiful black hair Luiz. She's twenty three and then there's another daughter who's nineteen year old Emma. She lives with her husband to back. Then she was an old insertions. Thank fucking God. Someone came by twenty may live down the street on the South Exchange Street. Just a block away so on the surface of course as all families do this family of looks normal and perfect. Yeah there you go. But they're not all these. These beautiful vicious social butterfly butterflies a- blood or murder Shannon. They're known for their competence and independence and all that good shit. So early morning hours on Nayef thirteenth wait. Let's you're not your birthday. Two days after eight nine nine a sixteen year old news boy whose name is Abraham Abramson. It's probably his last name. He hears screams as he walks by the arbogast house at four. Am on his newspaper route route and he sees two daughters Ida and many on the front porch in their nightgowns. Crying out my poor pop. I won't someone help. Poor Papa and screaming for him so he the newspaper where runs into the house like a hero and he he runs any fines. Luiz and flora weeping and wailing in grief in the hall. He runs up to the second floor. Passes Arbogast WHO's WHO's coming down the stairs. And when he gets to the second floor he follows the smell of gasoline. Fumes and smoke to the main bedroom and their he finds Louis Arbogast. The family patriarch lying on the bed. He's engulfed in flames. Still burning engulfed means it is. You're right it's going to be like that tonight sweating but sorry. Okay go ahead. And but no one's downstairs yelling fuck in fire fire fire like that's a good point okay. Let's Mike Thank you. Hope Help Hell. Yeah Okay Okay Great And the newsboy grabs a sheet from the floor and tries to smother the flames. Oh sorry do you know how old the Newsboy is? He's sixteen. He's probably the police say back then how they did. And He's been so for ten years. Yeah I thought you said he's been sober for ten also very possible probably not. It's one thousand nine hundred tough job. So he smothers the flames. And then he's joined by the fiance of Louis. Louis the oldest daughter Henry and they put out the fire fucking great then runs downstairs to the Baxter's where he finds a burling burning fabric and feathers blazing and he puts he fuck and tosses outside and puts the fire out which is awesome is doing a sixteen year olds make that a lot of Chutzpah. There's the neighbors like where's my paper. Excuse me your fire to have to send a telegram to the head office. Firefighters arrive and head to the second floor. They Find Luis Arbogast. He's barely. He's still alive. No Gasping for air. He's unconscious lying across the bed naked and the back of his skull has been bashed in and there's blood splatter on the walls and enter the sheets beneath him and they load him into an ambulance and he dies on the way the hospital. I totally forgot to tell you is the most of this information. I got from the PODCAST. Most notorious they have an minnesota. You know spin off saying that's right great so you can hear about. They specialize in stories from Minnesota. You know what I mean. Companion companion piece companion secondary podcast spinoff. Spinoff you go. You did say that. Sorry that's on me that's on me. Was It the other day when you were like? I have to be your thesaurus. All the time or something like that. No no you're because it was. Who's the actor from the thing and anytime she says and I'm like I'm going to get this something rises up in me where I that's like the one way I can prove that I'm valid being. We're just like since we couldn't be more of a perfect because I can't remember shit ever but the thing and that and then you're like hanks who who played Mel on Alice. Tailback is screaming at the top of my lungs. It's a fruit very sad. Well done okay. No It's good. It's so good I've got. Stop It. Okay he died on the way to the hospital and his wife. Meena who was presumably in bed during the attack has burns on her body as well. She's taken to the hospital. And police searched the house for evidence and they follow a trail of blood. Footprints lead footprints from The bad down into the cellar and there they find an axe wrapped in some clothing and loosely hidden in some newspaper. It stained with blood and it has a fucked up handle. It's obviously the murder weapon and they also found two empty gasoline cans near the burn bed so the family and the family as a watchdog that guards fenced in yard all night. A Streetcar Watchmen his duties. Were to make sure there was no obstructions on the tracks. That sounds like a bummer. Stop the Streetcar. We have a bunch of sheep he had been patrolling the area all night including in front of the House and saw no when come in and the dog hadn't freaked the fuck out so it's clear that someone inside the House committed this crime And so all the doors and windows were locked etc so Lewis's wife. Meena claims that she'd been in the bathroom in right near the bedroom when her husband was attacked at the acts and set on fire and she didn't know what was happening. She comes out of the fucking bathroom and fire at four. Am Now it sounds unlikely right? But have you ever gotten into one of those magnetic magnified mirror ask US get into it? I mean truly. That's half of the time of the store has been trying to prove small black hairs. It's right Ramiro phase. I somehow still have my eyebrows. Thank one more day. We got one more. I go back tonight. We'll let them all out. That'd be fun okay. So she says she didn't know was happening until one of her daughter's screamed and ran into the room and pulls Lewis from the blaze. And that's how she. She says she did that. And that's how she got the burns on her but she's dressed in a fresh clean nightgown that doesn't show any signs of fire at all. So that's weird number one and then they go in the bathroom and find bloodstained women's nightgown undergarments in the bathtub. Like someone was trying to clean them. So that weird number two. That's number two OHKA. The youngest daughter tells them a totally different story. She says that she woke up in her bedroom. That she shares with Lewis and When her mother started screaming Sharon to our parents bedroom saw the bed on fire and her father's head bashed in and her mom was not lying next to him. When that happened and so She pulled her mom out but then she couldn't get her dad and the rest of the sisters woke up screamed outside paper boy etc so WanNa see the bed. Yes you have to okay. Well definitely fits inside that house but then if you notice the pillow that's his billow obvious next to it. Has Blood spatters on at where? She said she was laying. So that's that you know what I'm saying. Like they wouldn't be on there if she was laying there. Ooh mystery. Also the wallpaper. Looks like it's a blood splatter pattern straight win hard to investigate this colorized. Yes so of course reporter show up. Because this is kind of fun scandal for them and they're basically podcasters back then and the rb gas family just like shuts themselves off and their staff. And they're like we're not talking to anyone and then they reporter see in the background background of the house a stable boy shredding the murder mattress sack yard. Thank you yeah. So he is stable. Boy is getting rid of evidence. Essentially yeah but the police had left. It wasn't like he was doing it without you. Know that's supposed to so They see the police clear. Lou Louise's fiance and Emma's husband because they were in the house at the time and they don't know anything and they refused to speculate later. That Day Lewis. Brother visits the house and he's interviewed by reporters. He says he he doesn't say much he tells them the only speaks to his brother on his way to work by just giving him a wave and they're like why and they're like he doesn't. WanNa get mixed up in anything. But he knows the murder couldn't have been committed by anyone outside the house. So let me just tell you guys this ship not cool So there's rumors that are circulating that there's some crazy secrets going on with within that seemingly perfect house and it might have led to jealousy or revenge as a motive to the death and They ruled out robbery. And then John O'Connor who's Saint Paul's most famous police chief you guys know and love him. Yes he's one of the greats. I insist that he's your best friend. He was fifteen and he painted fences for a living so he says the murder looks like the work of an insane person. And there's a theory that the attack was attempted double homicide since was also in bed but she hadn't been hitting the head so it wasn't maybe not that one also. She said she was in the bathroom. Yeah but she has burns all over her body. Who knows okay? The coroner who Emmons Lewis's skull guesses at the person who wielded. The axe was probably not very strong and when they hit him. It just didn't do much so they had a couple times. And they then the person douse the bed in gasoline and set it on fire so the okay so two days after the murder Louise. The daughter checks herself into St Lukes Hospital for a rest cure. What's that cocaine? No that's usually what they did back then though. I'm not I'm not going to say no because the vapors right. Morphine Tango huge glass of morphine every night. So you can rest. Yeah so reporters are like ooh. What's this all about her? She had a nervous breakdown and they start digging into her background. The daughter She's been known in the past visit fortune. Tellers all over fucking town. She's like obsessed with them and spends a large of money to help. They help her make life decision and another paper reports that she spent the Christmas of nineteen thousand eight recuperating from one of her bouts in a sanatorium so an alienist which we all know. It means that can psychiatrist today because we're so smart. His name is Dr Anthony Sweeney. He had examined her when she was staying at. Saint Luke's two months earlier and he tells the papers because there's no such thing as facial confidentiality back then relatively new album everything and it's still is in not in practice. Okay okay. He tells her that he tells the papers that she had been hopelessly insane. And that at the time of at the time of her release so strong statement of a Dick. Move if your psychiatrist or just hopeless all. You're saying I can't do anything AM I. Can't which means no one can exactly and she hadn't been cured when she was released and the family doctor who is a woman which is nice says that they're the her her longtime patient and there's no doubt of Louis as a victim of advanced melancholy. Ah with this with strong suicidal tendencies. Which means she loves smashing PUMPKINS. Sorry now that's not good. It's not good comedy. It wasn't as cheap. Doctors had told her father that unless she was committed once more there was a good chance she would kill herself or a family member stuck way before the family member died right. Meanwhile Meena Arbogast the wife. She's still in the hospital because of her burns. She tells the police that Lewis had been having hallucinations for months and had recently returned from the hospital and she lewis believed that someone was trying to hurt her and was constantly watching out for an attack. She was a little paranoid and her father though had insisted that she be released early from the hospital. Despite warnings doctors had warned him that Lewis had been Would behave violently possibly towards him but he insisted. Lewis had insisted she come home. She was his favourite daughter. She had a strong head for numbers. Don't know what that means. Maybe she can guess future amounts of money. She's like watch one two three four five six seven watch me. Don't you love that dad? And she spent every day with him at the butcher shop acting as the cashier I think she was kind of the bookkeeper But so let's see so. His funerals had held at Christ church. On Sunday may sixteenth. Lewis is allowed to leave a hospital ten with the rest of her sisters and There's hundreds of curious townspeople your hands. We're lookie Loos then gather outside the house and they watch the sisters like celebrities as step into carriages to go to the funeral and they also noticed that at the funeral. Luiz refuses to look at the body of her father as he lay on the casket So she becomes the prime suspect so but then on the day after the funeral meena breaks and she's in the hospital. She breaks in an interrogation by the police and confesses to what what she says happened. The morning of Lewis's murder. She says that when she came out of the bathroom she found Lewis. The daughter wild-eyed staring at her father as he lay in the bed. Flaming bed and the bloody axe was at the ground on her feet. So she yes. She's like my fucking daughter of it well so Meena said she screamed and ran into the room and try to put the fire out. And that's why she has the burns and then you know went crazy. And then they started to get rid of the evidence to protect. Lewis is what she says so they take Louise from her hospital to her mother's hospital high. They're like hey how are you? And then They are that Lewis will confess by seeing her mother and when Louis sits by her mother's bed with police witnessing she denies everything and Sh- Louis gets angry. Nina gets angering yells out. It's you or me. Tell the truth you were outside bother store. When I came from the bathroom you must tell the truth. Tell the truth. But here's the thing. They spoke German too so they might have been like. Don't say anything. Tell the truth. This is German. Don't say anything. Tell the truth nine nine nine. Tell the truth please right. Yeah so like. We don't know tune to I have so. Let's say let's see here. Lewis denies knowing anything she stares straight ahead blankly which. I'm sure was cool. But she's the perfect scapegoat. It's not her. She's right the perfect scheme right and She stays silent. They both break into sobs and they hold each other and cry. It's very lovely. Meena later tells her attorney that she thinks Lewis is the one who did it. But she didn't see her do it so she's not sure so the police chief. O'connor your best friend believes Louise's the only possible perpetrator and they're confident enough in their findings that they arrest daughter. Louise almost immediately after encounter with her mom. She faints when the judge recounts the details of Father's death the judge. She's like he's like you can have an attorney and she's like God will be my attorney. I did not harm my father. Truly I did not hear my father. Can you imagine God's attorney briefcase just be like huge and filled with clouds? Yeah it was like a whole fish not just one fish anyway. I'll show you later. Thank you first. Let's do the score case. Not Guilty. Your honor So the judge was like honey. Let us help you and was like you can't enter a plea and tell you. Consult with an attorney. Her journey ends up being one of the most famous attorneys in Minnesota History William D Mitchell. Guys love Let's right he would eventually serve as the Attorney General from nineteen twenty nine to nineteen thirty three so what you guys love. Hometown pride etc. So he enters of not guilty for her and most everyone believes Lewis would have to be have been crazy to have killed her father and so she becomes the sympathetic character in the media. Like all the townspeople and everything are like. Oh that sucks. It's like her. Dad had been warned that she shouldn't get out of the mental institution and they were saying like he basically killed himself by letting her out early when he was warned. That's a bit harsh so okay but then when the doctors like study her and her mental house they find her level. Her level headed quick-witted and very normal and neighbors and friends are like she's not. She's one of the smartest people in the family. She's not fucking crazy. She just likes to stare sometimes. She likes to stare when her mom is accusing her of murdering her down. Like Oh my God. My mom is accused of murdering my down. I mean what would you say I'd go all wild-eyed Yeah Fuck You. Janet? You don't know me. Tell you quickly on this trip. I've been reading a book that was given to me by my listener at the first show. That's called adult. Children of emotionally immature parents and I almost started crying. Whenever you guys are like I feel like I know you know truly you do. I was reading it and just laughing. Now that's exactly what happened. Would I love the woman gave Georgia the book? And she's just like. I don't want to say anything but I loved this book. It helped me and I've listened to the stories. You told you might find interesting or whatever and then they walk away. Georgia turns me goes. Can I have this was like yeah sure cans for you was written? Was New in the. I know that's mine. I don't WANNA BE GREEDY. But your parents sounded mature. They're pretty mature. Yeah in a good way and airflows are other books. It's not it's just not that. Why so many books Of Adult Children of Parents. Who wouldn't stop yelling. Even though there was no reason to Oh fuck in volume volume volume. Turn the light off. I'm here and literally feet away from the what's it called the word this subtitle or the working title. I didn't get that one because it wasn't an actor. Okay go ahead Who COMMITTED THE CRIME? Okay she's level headed she's cool. She's funny brightest one in the family so the grand jury meets and they're like you know what we really don't WanNa do. Is this daughter for murder if she's got mental Illness issues and also like you know all this stuff. They don't want to do that. It would look bad. And she's cool and she's go with but they end up. They end up. Having enough evidence to bring two indictments for homicide one is for Lewis and the other is for mother Meena. And they're like we think you guys are GonNa Crack on each other and we'll get the real story But police no longer believe that. Lewis committed the crime but she was an indirect cause of it and they thought Meena the wife had done it in a state of rage when she discovered conditions in the household. Okay here's what we have okay ready. I'm ready. She had strong head for numbers and stuff and was working. People Bob on the calculator yet. It was an advocate advocate. Nine thank you. You're welcome that I met And they were okay. And so of course. It's nineteen thousand nine so there's just a lot of innuendo. No one will outright say anything editions in the House type dishes in the house. There were rumors that the relationship was one of quote inseparable companionship between the daughter. And the Father. Just fucking say it yeah. According to newspapers at home she had been with him as a comrade in the most intimate son so she's a socialist obviously shines a totally different light on the whole story. And it's like did Nina do it. Because she found out about that Louise to it because she couldn't fucking stand it anymore and then the grand jury so menas tried i. Her story about being in the bathroom for five minutes. Doesn't really hold up because it would have been impossible for Louise to grab the gas can from the basement. The acts which was out in the woodshed and do all that shit and then murder her father light him on fire in the five minutes. That Meena said she was in the bathroom. And then there's conflicting testimonies and it seems like what happened was all the daughters four daughters. Were like well. We're going to confuse the shit out of you. Oh we got our fucking sisters on our moms back thank you so they just kept telling different stories weird and not talk didn't make sense totally and then they'd also say like. I don't remember a lot so they were just trying to confuse and the prosecutors didn't even want to really be prosecuting this after they had found out all this information so Okay so they had found the night before the murder Lewis had had a meeting with family. Friend and Lewis had been there as well and he had been talking about selling the business and moving to Alaska. So yeah. We're not be hard in nineteen o nine. Think it a little bit difficult. Yeah I mean it's hard now right he's like I'm not taking the family with me. I'm not taking my wife. The only person who's allowed to come with me as Louise. His constant companion also. They also called it a manifest friendship all the words. Yeah no but even the like we're trying to find a motive and maybe that was the motive for either of the The mother or the daughter to kill him And so something that could be jealous of. Lewis's relationship with her father it's not a relationship And Lewis was considered her father's real partner as the head of the house as well so like Meena would like need money for household shit. And he'd say no but then he'd give a ton of money whenever Louise Asks for money. He'd give her more than she needed. He put away money for her wedding which she hadn't done for the other daughters. But so and someone's had a family friend said that Louis Louis loved Louis more than any man ever loved. His daughter says they said that as a way to be like. There's no way she would have done it. And it's like what's the motive that exactly the way but that's just what happened but since there's no real motive the jury comes back with a verdict of not guilty for the mother and months later when Louise's trials about began prosecutors are like fuck this shit and they dismissed the charges against her the papers. The papers accused the police of stupidity and the public is shocked. There's no one that's going to stand trial for this murder. And then later the Arbogast women all become partners in the butcher shop and they like a Sitcom Arba Gas Lady's lap didn't turn out and how we thought it would be. Let's take this fucking Shit and not good Alaska. Lewis is the bookkeeper. Yes she is. She ends up marrying a man named Asher Webster and moves to Rochester Michigan. Sadly she dies in Nineteen thirty at the age of thirty eight from apoplexy which at the time meant heart attack or stroke Suspicious No. It's not people. Were dying all the fucking time back then. It was like a major pastime. Baseball that racism. Okay no one has ever tried for the murder of Louis Arbogast again. Police knew the crime had been committed by someone in the House and they did not have an evidence enough evidence for a conviction the murders never saw and it left people guessing if Lewis did it because her father was molesting her or if Nina did it because of the same fucking reason or if they did it together maybe all the daughters were in on it remember. There was like clothes that were have been washed in the bath. Tub and like the too much time so maybe kind of seems from what I want. Listen to most notorious to me. It's like maybe a minor walked in on her daughter doing it and then was like let's finish this up together. Oh Oh right like I got. I got your bag out and so Louis Louis is buried in the Oakland cemetery in Saint Paul Minnesota and that is the murder of Louis Arbour guy. Wow it's just so he doesn't like a great person but to burn to death. You don't want that. No you don't want that good mom thank you. I'm going to do Harry Hayward the Minneapolis Bengali. It's another Oldie. Actually I almost I was getting into one and I was so excited. Because it's one of my favorites. I won't be able to remember the name off the top and when favourite when I say it's it's really the best. I have no idea what goes in it a no. It's the one where the total socio about daughter kills her mother and the made. Oh yeah it's so good but you did it already so I was like all in it and like pulling pictures and doing all this stuff. I mean days like you guys did this. I'm like yes but there's plenty there's plenty to go around okay. So most of the information I found this on the website. Murder By gaslight. If you guys have not gone on there it's a great website. That's all like turn of the century. Old fashioned murderers and real good pictures. Drawings of people is. It's highly recommend. It's really well done. And the man that Rights that website has also done a couple books. It's really good. Okay so we'll start. I will tell you about this woman. Hair her name is Catherine Kitty Gang. Hey Girl Kitty Gang. That's the haircut. I had a hundred dollars and I had never spent more than like forty dollars on a haircut before always turned out fine and then if an sorry this is not going to know you can do it go. You've got to get it out. I one time wrote a song that was all about it was called. This is not the haircut I ask for is really really slow and sad and it was just all about. How ugly do you think? I am that you gave me that haircut. Yeah it was pretty vicious sing it. They're saying you don't fucking tell me what are these people anyway so this is Kiddie Gang and Katherine Kitty to her friends. Very tall woman. She is described as imposing and handsome. Oh honey that's bad. No because actually. She's very popular with them. Okay so they're into back then it's a thing. She's huge hands and throw man over shoulder. Let's do this okay. She is from New York State. She moves to Minneapolis in the early eighteen. Ninety s because she has ex-fiancee named Frederick read and He won't accept that they're not going to get married so apparently the deal is read as a clerk at the golden rule department store many of those around anymore. I gotTA go down to the Golden Rule and get some spanks for the show. He asked me to marry him. She accepts then she later calls it off but she doesn't give the ring back. She ends up carrying the ring in a little bag around her neck. And then so. How fucking irritating is that? That she's like oh he won't get over made and that's where he's like. I just want my money back. So he's she's like he keeps following me around. I have to move away. You won't accept that we broken up. He's like if I could just have the rain. I'll leave you alone. Did I tell you when I broke off my engagement before? I met Vince. Obviously I gave the ring back immediately. And then he text me. You're not gonNA leave too much money. I got back for big money and I'm like I'm happy for you. Dude high five motherfucker I okay. So in Minneapolis. Kitty gets a job as a dressmaker. She lives in an apartment building. Called the ozark flats guys live there. Who Lives there who lives? There gets life-sized poster of Zach F. Rom. That's beautiful. Isn't it? Cool Okay. So Phil Vintage. The ozark flats is a building owned by a man named William Hayward. Who's the patriarch of one of the most prominent and wealthy families in Minneapolis? So Kitty starts a relationship with William Son Harry Hayward so Harry is a handsome playboy with a reputation for being a gambler. And a CAD. Hot Right so Harry. Hade were hayward earns his money like many of the wealthy elite through theft insurance fraud counterfeiting but he always gets out of trouble with his wealth and charm. His charm is so intense that some people even believe he has hypnotic powers. That mustache does now. That's the haircut. That's definitely the haircut. Some fucked up band. It's Stephen No I think it is. That's talking here because if we go back one way notice it. I you don't notice detail work on Harry. And then you're like what is it about him that so hypnotic it's those fucking bang. Yeah it's you can't see the detail as well but this girl actually goes up so well versed ways it if if you take a picture wave and you flip it but sorry this was I was Gonna say. He looks like that to play him in the movie of the week. Yeah he's a cat and you don't believe me dead on on on what happened to the mustache switched. I texted Jay and I go. How are your photoshop skills? I have a funny joke. I'd like to do. I mean it's uncanny anyway anyway. So that's Harry hypnotic Harry Hayward so so they get together. They're hanging out. He starts telling people around town that they're engaged. They might be engaged. But everyone's like you're both dating other people like they're so no one really knows what's going on with the two of them but they do know that. Kitty is incredibly charmed by Harry. All of his you know bullsh- magnetism I will shit hypnotic powers. They're working on her like crazy and she is also very interested in his get rich quick schemes. She wants to live that lavish lifestyle And he often declares that money is his God and so you match made in the deepest bowels of Hell. When I hear your money is gone. I think about dirty money literally. It's just like covered. Nbc's like God. I know okay so so. Basically Harry's got these plans he's going to sell stolen jewelry and start trading and counterfeit money and kitties. Like I am town. Whatever you want to do. Whatever you want to do it She also starts loaning him a lot of money because he's a big gambler so she's in it and she's pretending to like all the band's he likes and she's she watches sports all the time. She knows what's happening hunting whole nine. Who who among us hasn't really pretended to be a totally different person for the love of a bad man? So don't judge Kiddie data. We get a kitty you handsome woman so on December thirty thousand ninety-three kidney and Harry meet for lunch and over lunch. Harry Asks Kitty to help him what he calls a green goods scandal. Or I'm sorry green goods deal. He doesn't call it a scam. That'd be bad salesman. Green goods deal which basically means that he wants. He's going to buy counterfeit money and he wants her to to do it with him. So he gives kitty two thousand dollars and he tells her to meet up with janitor at the ozark flats apartment complex and his name janitor is Claus blixt. Do you know Klaus Mixed. Do you want to know who I think would always of course I do? Piercing fucking is right. I know I think it would be from the podcast. Gareth Reynolds you know him. He can do German accents. I don't know if that guy's German I just he's gotta be. How could you say the name Claus blixt and not do a German? I love it. It's Okay Okay. So the plan is that that that night. Kim Klaus are GonNa go to the outskirts of town and wait for Harry and Harry is going to meet them there with the counterfeiters and then they're going to do the deal. Okay SO KITTY HIRES. She calls up the livery stale stable. The goose men liberal relive ARY stable and to get a horse and buggy and she specifically requests because she uses a livery stable all the time so she requests Lucy the horse Charming charming and wonderful. It's like Horse Uber. You could do horse pool if you want to save a couple dollars if the idea of getting into a car where the you know the driver and you also don't know the passengers is my living nightmare. There's people who isn't it the Weirdos. Yeah I mean. Do you make conversations twice. Don't I wouldn't suggest it took the extra dollars but if you broke okay? You're right. I'm being elitist. I mean maybe not at night tonight. Don't do it okay. Okay Okay Okay. So at seven or eight. Pm Lucy. The buggy arrive at the West Hotel. I'm sure someone who's driving it but there's no one says lost to history. Lucy was the kind of worse you could be just head over to the West Hotel. There's going to be a lady named Katie waiting for you got it. Does it. Stay with her a couple times. Says I'll be back in two hours. She heads out. So when the Horse and Buggy Arrive Kitty gets in and rides away so two hours later at nine ten PM Lucy. The horse returns to the Guzman leathery. But there's no one inside the buggy. Yes IT'S EMPTY. So Kitty was the one driving it okay. Yeah so soon after on. Excelsior Boulevard on the outskirts of Minneapolis. So they're the best most historical road. Sorry I'm about to lose my mind. I can't be doing that. This part and soon after on Excelsior Boulevard on the outskirts of Minneapolis. Katie gang is found lying in a pool of blood and her skull has been crush no so the police assume when they come to look at. Kitty has been a horse and buggy accident. Basically and so immediately the death is ruled an accident or you know assumed to be ruled an accident but then they take the body to the morgue and when it's examined the doctor notices something that they didn't see at the scene that makes him doubt that ruling of accidental death? And that is that. There is a bullet lodged behind her left eye. She's yeah that'll do it. Yes and then the that doctor was like it is my professional opinion that the horse did not. I am a genius. Lucy the horses innocent. Yeah can't hold a gun. With two hooves physically medically impossible. Okay so now it's on. It's a murder investigation and the police are trying to confirm that the dead woman is in fact. Kiddie gang so they go and question all the residents and workers at the Ozark lattes apartments and almost immediately here comes Harry Hayward coming forward and saying that it has to be kitty because he had loaned her two thousand dollars earlier that day and I swear to God I'd written on here somewhere the the modern day equivalent because it was fucking crazy amount in two thousand eighteen. Whatever the fuck its eighteen ninety. Th At this point eighteen ninety four. So maybe it's two hundred thousand. I think it was five hundred thousand. That's what I was GONNA say. We'll see it might come up so so so here's what I'm saying. Okay so Harry is telling the cops look. I loaned her two thousand dollars in public in daylight in a restaurant. Someone must have seen us and then followed her. That night and rob turn kilter and the cops were like okay. So they I go and talk to Frederick read her ex fiance because they're trying to trace it back and when they bring him in for questioning They interrogate him for several hours. But his alibi solid and so there he's released then they bring in the next suspect. Which is a woman named Miss Lillian? Allen Lily Allen. And that's right. She's a famed British singer at the time. And whose brother was game of thrones so this Lily Allen and Kitty were rivals over Frederick and so So they bring Lillian thinking she has basically killed Kitty out of jealousy. The Kiss. You won't get that ring back and stuff but then Louis has a solid alibi so they have to let her go then they search kitties apartment for clues and they find a ripped up. Note that reads. I cannot marry you and they discovered and traced back that the author of this note is a man named Harvey axe -Ford so Harvey's a traveling salesman who's known kitty for around seven years and they'd been involved but Harvey ultimately told Kitty. He couldn't marry her because it turns out he was already married. I guess that one. Yeah Yeah you could tell by the Harvey expert in his in his name. He like walks around like this a lot of winking from Harvey Oxford. He's a big winker. He's a big a big goose so it was back then deal with So when they talked to kitties neighbors police learn that hours before her murder that they heard Harvey and kitty talking in her apartment. So they're like this is the guy but again. He has a super solid alibi so they have to release him so then they decide. They're GONNA go back and Question Harry Hayward and he of course has a good alibi. He tells authorities that he was with his friend. Thomas a waterman for most of the night of the murder and then when he left Thomas he went on a date to the Minneapolis. Grand Opera House to see a musical called a trip to Chinatown was share in it and part of his alibi is he was there on a date with a woman named Mabel Bartelson easily the most unattractive. Are you swallowing a burp or you saying someone's name maybe? Maybe we'll be able to okay but Mabel barrels is alibi and because he has his alibi because he's been so willing to help with the investigation all the way along the cops were like it's not this guy and so they keep on investigating people in there are about to eliminate Harry as a suspect until they question. Harry's older brother Adri so several hour after several hours of questioning Adri breaks and spills the beans or as they say in Minneapolis. He Mabel Bartelson all over the interrogation. It's been it's been five months. I'm sorry I laughed so fucking hard when I wrote that in the hotel room and this is what I'm in for. You got this. Thank you okay. So adria admits to the cops that Harry has been plotting. Kitty's murder for weeks turns out that Harriet persuaded Katie to take out a life insurance policy for herself with Harry as the beneficiaries. Yes this was before dateline. When people didn't know not to do that he then goes to his brother. Adri any asks Adri to murder Kitty for him to be his hitman. Of course ADRIA refuses. Their interaction scares him so much though his own brother his little brother that on November thirtieth eighteen ninety four Adri goes to the family lawyer. A man named Levi Stewart and tells him what Harry has asked him to do but Levi. Stewardess okay talk to you later and doesn't do anything and doesn't take it serious shit. So meanwhile because his older brother said no hairy goes to the ozark flats janitor Klaus Briggs and he asks him to be the Hitman and Klaus also tries to refuse. But Harry won't take no for an answer and he keeps going back and visiting Klaus every day in his basement room at the ozark flats any alternates between making Klaus Grand Promises of financial reward and just outright threatening him until he finally says he'll do it so blixt explains to the police. How weirdly controlling Harry is saying quote? He fixed me with his is only should be at a German accent. He fixed his eyes. I won't do that. He fixed me with his eyes. I couldn't say no when he looked at me that way. Nobody could at one point. Blixt says that Harry's tone becomes violent and he says to Klaus. Every time I go up to her room she puts and she puts her arms around me. I would like to put a knife in the Goddamn bit wait. There's more if there was a dog and her I would rather shoot her and let the dog. Oh Oh what a did is just small talk for Harry classes like anyway. I have to go mop a bunch of stuff so both Claus blixt and Adri Hayward tell the police that they believe that Harry as somehow hypnotize them Yes so this was a time where mesmerizing was kind of big and culturally thing and people were like. Oh you can be controlled. Someone can control you with their mind and they also It was also will. This was around the time where this is why Harry Haywood would later be referred to as the Minneapolis Fan. Golly And if you don't know who's been golly is I didn't either. Don't worry about it. We can always ask wikipedia and it says it's Mongolia character from the eighteen. Ninety five novel Trilby by George Marei and insulin. Golly transforms a young woman named trilby. Why to a great singer by using hypnosis? Oh and then. She's unable to perform without scalise help. And then she becomes entranced by him and the name usually refers to a person with evil intent. Who Dominates manipulates and control? Someone usually an artist. Pretend like you always knew that. Here's a picture of that's fan. Golly and that's okay and I think racist. Yes for sure it very much so you think what I was GONNA say. I think the person that would play him in. The movie of the week is clearly one hundred percent the wicked witch of the West Margaret Hamilton. So I just I saw this and I was like. Oh my God. I've done it again right. High fiving myself then. I remembered this story. Do you guys know that. In nineteen seventy-three they actually had Margaret Hamilton. Appear on Sesame Street and it traumatized children so badly. They never ran the episode literally. She flew over. Sesame Street. Dropped her broom. Gordon got the brick and wood. We give it back because he's like. Why are you on Sesame Street? And then she starts threatening people that she's going to turn big bird into like a feather duster and she's going to turn Gordon into something else and the only person that likes her is Oscar. Oh this is just I. Tell the story to the millennials. Because you think we're exaggerating. We say that in the seventies they did not care about children and this is just one more piece of proof. Let's scare the Shit Outta them. Yeah on their favourite show on the calmest Chile. Show where it's like one two three bird's avenue which okay anyway I was gray was quite a sidebar. Sorry almost dead. We loved it. That's good I reject it. I reject you I reject you Satan so on December six eighteen ninety four three days after Kitty's murder police arrest Harry and his older brother Adri and the next day they arrest Janitor Klaus bricks now mispronouncing his name because of my German accent Claus. Blixt is scheduled to be tried first. And then Harry scheduled tried second by the prosecutor's ended up switching the dates because they're afraid that if Klaus was tried and found not guilty then they will not be able to prosecute Harry so honored January. Twenty first. Eighteen ninety-five Harry's trial begins. And the lawyer. William Irwin is considered the best lawyer in the area and basically what he's His strategy is he's going to say that Adrian Insane and so that basically takes out that makes his whole story non-credible and that he his testimony can't be used but the judge disagrees saying quote. Well I don't see that anymore insane at present time than the attorney is that's not good dam. Danielle so at one point in the trial Harry is called to talk to give his account of what happened. He denies any involvement. He accuses his brother. Adri and Claus blixt of the ones who plant Killing Kitty so the prosecution they call a one hundred thirty six witnesses to the stand including Adrian Klaus and Adrian clouds deliver the most convincing testimonies and the whole thing lasts for forty six days on the last day. Friday march eighth eighteen ninety-five jury deliberates for just under three hours. So they're like do even have to leave the room or can we just say? Let's get this over with forty five days and today's fucking time that's Fourteen Years Ladies and gentlemen. That's a SPINOFF POD cash Europe. How many days in days time three days later? Oh sorry after those three hours they come back and find Harry Hayward guilty of first degree murder and three days later the judge sentences him to death by hanging despite this death sentence. Harry seems to be in good spirits. Great under that. I just wrote psychopath psychopath. He maintains his immense mmono maintain sentiments coffee. South Delicious maintains his innocence. He jokes around with reporters and in prison. Of course he's he. Charms his way into getting a bunch of special permission for things because he is the way he is and then of course tries to escape at one point So then they catch him. They are ashamed that they were tricked and they put him in isolation and then on December tenth the evening before the hanging Harry agrees to give a full confession so His cousin Edward H goodsell interviews him. While a court stenographer takes down the transcript and basically in this interview Harry admits that not only to the murder of kitty gang but also to illegal gambling arson and oh three more murders. So yeah the first murder. He admits to is of a twenty year old girl he met in Pasadena California want. He lured her. Oh there it is. He lured her into secluded area of the Sierra madres which is a national forest. So I'm like this secluded area of the Sierra madres that one corner that's away from all the other trees the fucking talking about a secluded area of the Sierra Madres. He robs her of seven thousand dollars. Seven thousand which is in today's money six hundred thousand eight hundred nine hundred. It's one hundred. Eighty eight thousand. Shit I said did I send you a hundred. I know he rob ser of a ton of money shoots her in the back of the head and buries her in the woods. Oh okay then he robs and murders a consumptive near Long Beach New Jersey and takes two thousand dollars from that person from ant man which is fifty four thousand dollars today. That's right and his dumps. His body in the Shrewsbury River and the third murder was a Chinese man in New York. They got into a fight over a card game. Harry beats him up and then get ready. If you don't like bad things put your fingers in your ears. And what are you doing here? This is the second get the Virgo. Eats them up and then jobs. The pointy leg of a chair into the man's eyes sits down on share and kills him. Oh good uh that's it's just in case you're on the hot guys. Wow so men and midnight. On December eleventh eighteen ninety-five Harry is led to the gallows. And when asked if he has any last words he rambles on giving a flippant narcissistic monologue. Shocker but he does at the eleventh hour finally tell everyone that is older brother. Adri had nothing to do with the murder. And here's a picture of him before right before what's right before his hanging. That real yeah. I'm scared it's either real or they're a film test with Ben Affleck playing in the Bio pic that we're going to make. I am scared to have nightmares tonight. Yeah he's not great. Well we know that they finally pull the lever. He drops But I wrote but like any blowhard. Sociopathic nurses it. He doesn't die right away. He hangs for ten minutes. Holy Shit. Don't forget the chair thing though. His death is finally declared a two twenty five. Am and that is the hypnotic story of the Minneapolis. Thing gone fucking job. Now has great young right. Do we have time for a town since do I'd like to know more about this. Twenty year old woman with the equivalent of one hundred and eight thousand dollars. Yeah you I'll be about over there by that exit sign thank you. Thank you couple rules. We know you're excited. It's exciting everybody thinks they have the best story. But here's a couple of ways that we're going to guide you to realize whether or not you do have the best. Let us help you first of all. It should be local definitely to Minnesota but hopefully to this area Minneapolis or Saint Paul or the outlying regions. We love an accent but honestly if you come up here with this happened in Dallas. Everyone hates your guts. I don't know how else to convey that to people. But Gloria I'm the exception to the rule. You're not you're at please It should be a concise story that you know all the details to that has a beginning a middle and an end please. And that's not just for tonight. That's for life real. Don't make people listen to you. Work your dumb shit out all the time And then also no go ahead. I think that's it. You can't be drunk. You can't tell your own story someone whose name whose story you don't know because I'll talk come out and good luck gentlemen. Remember the lights If possible I wouldn't know that way. Be careful you guys really nice work. Gravity's working up there unease ing. That'S SCARY. It's nice to meet you. Nicole everybody cool here. Mcluhan I think it's it's on but yeah okay I live in Saint Paul. Three Co packers. No Okay and cougars. I'm really I know it's scary do you. What do you do for living? Do you want to say I'm a teacher in a theater director? We just? I just closed high school musical a couple of weeks ago. Are you serious this together? You got this. Yes so when we were searching for a house about five years ago. Five and a half years ago. We had a realtor who is very hip at the hippest realtor. Every reason band and he has a construction company. Anyway so we're looking for houses and socially policy Paul and we're in Coamo area. Everybody knows by seven point seven corners. Not really okay. So we're in that area looking at a house that we can afford and our realtor tells us there's this house nearby that's like one hundred and fifty thousand dollars less getting excited. Yes okay. That's like one hundred fifty thousand dollars. Less craftsman bungalow with all the woodwork. It's what we want. We can't afford the taxes but we're in the area so we say F it and go over there. Yeah okay so so we go in the house and it's gorgeous right away but I turned to my husband and I say to him. This is weird and not usually a person who would ever vocalise that. So we're looking around. Our son is with us. He was four or three or four at the time and he's running around the house you know. Let kids do in the bathtub and up and down the stairs. And yeah the the the thriller says Hey guys. Can you come in the kitchen for a second? I hadn't been in the kitchen yet. And so there's sticker. Blake leftovers of stickers on the cabinets on the none of the hardware is there is a beautiful farmhouse kitchen and he was like. Oh this is amazing. But wires all the hardware and why do I feel creepy and so are realtors has come and look at this? And he's got the disclosures and he says I've been doing this for fifteen years and I have never seen this and we've actually been joking about like what if we see a murder house that we pull up the carpet to see the wood floors bloodstain. We were very excited about the possibility of that happening to be truthful. And so he shows us the page in the number one disclosure says quote Unquote House is. The form is the site of a former crime. That's a and he's like I've never I've never seen this. In the state of Minnesota you do not have to disclose as far as I know. It's a murder house do. And so I'm like this is super weird. We'd go out to the garage poking around in the garage and our kid is up in the loft and you like almost falls down and I'm like okay. We gotta get out of this joint so we leave and of course we get in the car. What's the first thing I do? Go ask and so my husband's like are you seriously doing that and I'm like yeah yes I am. This is like my dream come true slash nightmare come true and so it's both and so it turns out so there was this couple. Nice then couple about this house had a little boy. Eighteen month. Old boy husband was kind of a narrative. Well he'd been in prison prior had a drinking problem but had kicked it. When he met the love of his life she was a young target executive. Shoutout target up and coming very popular in the company and everybody knew her and so one day. Actually on New Year's Eve gun to their parents house he had stolen a handgun out of the closet and it turns out he had kind of had enough of his wife getting on him about drinking. She had found a bottle of vodka in their car after they got back from church you know and he decided that was the night. I think it was January. Sixth Two thousand thirteen. Yeah January six. Okay sorry and so. He had come home shot in the head. While the eighteen year old was in bed eighteen month old eighteen month not year old. Yes dot it. That would be yeah And I don't know I never did. What if you left the kid at home? Or if he took him with to go to the hardware store to get the supplies so he came home and in the bathtub where my child was playing dismembered her body. This guy's name and I don't even want to say his name was fucking Steven Steven Johnson. I think her name was Mina or Mina anyway so he puts her in totes and then sticks or in the garage where we hung out for a while right so couple days goes by go by and he oh and he had gone in parked car at the car park where she worked every day and then he sent her a tax to throw off the case just so gross right and he called her mom and lake chatted with her and stuff so yeah so eventually. He calls one of his buddies from prison. Who Lives in White Bear Lake? Go bears we only have twenty more minutes. Okay so he says hey. I got something new store in your garage. You mind if I do that. So he figures out what it is and he does the right thing because he was on parole and he calls the police and I as far as I know he's done in stillwater. Still stay sexy and don't get in the TUB. Did you buy the House we did not by the house? We couldn't afford the taxes read. Michael everyone everybody answer to that second front given. Yeah we're giving you can't take take care of Zaka thron for us. Love him like we loved him. We would have taken home to buy an extra ticket. Yeah just can't that's crazy you guys my heart and my bladder are right. Now thank you so much. That was an amazing amazing show. You guys are great great crowd. Thank you saying. I was saying to Vince because I love Jinxing Shit. How fucking incredible and easy and like like well. This tour has gone and how lucky we are. That like. It's been fucking cool and it's all because you guys are here for US support US and sell out fucking theaters. So we have to do another night. Young minds are blown. And it's it's so awesome because when we do get to meet people after like every person that comes up is somebody that we feel like we know and we would hang out with its. We're all the same. It's so fucking hilarious. Yeah and it's such a great feeling. It's such a beautiful thing to see to to watch you guys build this community and connect with each other and support each other and we get the credit for it but you guys are the ones that are doing it and we will never ever be able to thank you enough so thank you so much and of course please stay saved and do bugs missions arsim foremost but more than that. Stay sexy and.

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GSMC Social Media Podcast Episode 199: Zac Efron's Near Death Experience

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

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GSMC Social Media Podcast Episode 199: Zac Efron's Near Death Experience

"Golden state media concepts social media. podcast time to Hashtag everything. We talk about all the fun crazy stories on social media. Instagram facebook twitter to Tumbler. Or probably even friendster join us. As we explore the Quirky of social soon meets the golden state media concept social media. podcast simple symbols. Though one our partners I'm from Texas so anyways welcome back to the MC Social Media News podcast podcast. Thank you for tuning in. I'm your host Devin Harris and at this time when this podcast will be streaming to you. We'll be celebrating New Year's so I hope all of our listeners out there have had a safe and happy new year's Don't do anything I wouldn't do. I'm just kidding so this'll be a fun show to celebrate the New Year. We'll be talking a little bit about what we can expect to happen with social media and new streaming platforms. That are coming to us in. Twenty twenty will start off by talking about Zach Ephron America's sweetheart hard he was rushed to the hospital care. flighted actually almost died while filming his new survival show killings ephron ironically. Clearly did he die. Who knows I hope he didn't? Would I be talking about it. I guess just tune into find out. We'll be talking a little bit about Youtube Tube in its streaming platform as well as its biggest content producer. Pudi Pie who has to this day grossed the most revenue from his content. This guy makes millions. He's made millions. He makes a million a year through doing youtube. We'll talk about Kevin Spacey. We'll talk a little bit about what's happening with lift and Uber. The public transportation APPS the companies are under fire because because numerous reports of sexual assaults have come out in the past couple of weeks and they've been reported by the platforms forums users. So stay with US right here. We'll dive into all of that and let's jump right in so I don't know about you guys but the survival we'll show culture and idea has been around for a little bit. I'm talking bear grylls naked and afraid survivor -vivor all that kind of survival show and this era so survivor has been around for years And it's make somewhat of a spectacle Cole of amateurs trying to survive for an extended period of time in the Wilderness for entertainment value. I Love Reality TV. You and I love survival shows. I love naked and afraid when it first came out I would sit in front of the TV for hours and just binge watch every episode usually the talent or survivalists are paired off with another partner at least or have some type of crew or emergency staff around them but you have to take into consideration that even though this is scripted Most oh so the time lightly scripted publicized and filmed. Things can still go wrong. And apparently this is what happened for Zach Ephron Ron so Zafran who has recently ventured into independent production. He's creating his own media his own Youtube Youtube Channel We haven't heard much from him. I know I'm a fan of him so I follow what he does pretty carefully and he was a little bit quiet for a little bit. After the premiere of his net flicks movie extremely wicked and shocking. Shockingly vile on Netflix which was kind of bio pick of Ted Bundy play. Zach Ron. Great Amazing. Great reviews had a little bit of buzz for awhile but since then we didn't really hear much about what he was doing. Apparently he was silently grinding because he'd been gearing up for his new series set stream platform called qube which is a Abe built for millennials streaming service launching in April twenty twenty so as ACA fron while filming for his new show called killing. Zack ephron ironically He caught a bacterial infection so he was filming the show in Papua New Guinea. It's called killing Zafran and it's basically a survival esque show only. He's the talent so that adds a little bit more of a buzz. He's a celebrity filming trying to survive in a dangerous jungle. In this case it was Pob Papua New Guinea for twenty one days. Apparently right towards the beginning of filming he caught typhoid you. He was rushed and care. flighted to Australia almost died because Australia. Ilya if you check on a map is on a totally different island than a Papua New Guinea and it takes three hours to get there the plane from from Papua New Guinea to Brisbane where he was flown. He almost died apparently on that care flight but he was rushed to a hospital in Brisbane treated and got to go back home to his family. So He's been doing this for a while. I had no idea that he was so into the outdoors wars apparently on his youtube channel he does a series called off the grid where he films himself camping hiking fishing and just surviving in in really harsh terrain. I had no idea. He was so much of an outdoorsman. And I see this a lot lately this whole millennial the Ol- media people are hopping on the millennial media. Train everyone is kind of building their brand on YouTube Free Enterprise in entrepreneurship is on a rise especially in media on these platforms to talk and Youtube and instagram and people are really taking advantage of that Platforms in sponsorships and added revenue. People are making a killing on youtube just by showing brand's products in getting sponsorships from those brands and taking advantage of ad revenue the ads that youtube places on their videos does the content producers. Get a chunk of that money Anzac obviously is no stranger to that. He's a super smart man because says he's been putting a lot of time and effort into his youtube channel. He hosts a channel called Jim Time that's one of the segments as well as off the the grid so jim time he invites celebrities to kind of try. Some of his toughest workouts some of Hollywood's toughest workouts And then he also so has off the grid which is more of a survivalist Show and I had no idea about this. I didn't know he was filming content on you too but all and I will be subscribing to him shortly because I love him so he finished filming the show after he was rushed to Brisbane. Vein treated for a couple of days in emergency care given a vaccine and then he finally got to go home he got the released to go home from the doctor's cheers and be with his family on Christmas Eve. And can you imagine being in the hospital being celebrity in general not being able to see your family. Two hundred and fifty days out of three hundred sixty five day year and you contract typhoid on Christmas Eve. Can I get any worse. But it all ended well. He was able to go visit his family on Christmas Eve and he ended up going back and filming three more weeks in Papua New Guinea. I don't know if I would go back after a scare after almost losing my life but he seems to know what he's doing maybe it was a slip up but this is definitely a show I would watch I had no idea that. QB was even a thing and it is set to launch in April twenty twenty so happy birthday to me and all of my fellow April babies also coming to Qube a punked remake which is quite exciting for ninety s babies because I remember early. MTV and vh one back ages ago and those were some of the shows. I would watch. I would watch punked and I would watch flavor Flav and next that dating show and parental control. Jason Guillermo del Toro will be producing content for qube. So it's going to be good so shot for quitting launching April twenty twenty and that's when the whole platform is preparing so coming up. We'll talk more about youtube. Stars ars the platform that is rising and transforming the way people make their money and why top grossing content producer on Youtube. PUPAE plans to take take a break in two thousand twenty. I know that he just got married to his lovely wife Marza earlier this year so that probably has something to do with it. All all right. We'll be right back with the GMC Social Media News podcast healthier. You just don't know what to do all these shows telling you this and that but nothing seems to work will listen close. Close Golden State media. gossips has got something great for you. The health and wellness podcast dedicated to workout TRANSI. Eating Habits Abbas Style and everything about healthy living. Join us in our benchers as we help you not just live life to the fullest. Let live it to the healthiest. CBS Yeah and passed in the last segment. We talked a little bit about Zach Ephron and his kind of scare air while filming his new show and then we talked a little bit about how he's venturing into Youtube. So we're going to talk a little bit more about that. Youtube has always been pretty involved. It came to you a head probably in the late two thousands. Maybe two thousand ten to two thousand thirteen at started to really skyrocket and I remember whenever I started initially getting on Youtube is pretty young and you still had all of the original content producers. Nobody was really like leading yet but somebody that has been doing this for almost ten years. We're GONNA talk about a him right now. So pupae also known as Felix is a top youtube content producer you sir. He's originally from Sweden and his thing was he. Reviewed Video Games and played through them. Reacted wanted to video games and he is really funny. He was really skilled at what he was doing but he was actually really funny. And I think that's what drew people to him. He was kind of loud and out there. This kid he's not a kid anymore. The Sky is now earning fifteen million leeann dollars a year from Youtube. He is the top grossing Youtube content producer on Youtube 's platform. It's crazy just from sitting in making videos every day. He's earning fifteen million early in dollars a year so his content has changed throughout the years. He he now makes things on whatever he wants. So Oh he's done reactions to popular media. He's done a couple of music parodies. QNA's and his coveted Youtube rewind which which is basically all of youtube mean and funny videos all of that stuff put together gather in a video to kind of show. What's what happened throughout the year and he releases that late December before the New Year And it's always been a pretty big kit so pupae. His name is Felix lived in Sweden. He's been uploading everyday for ten years ten years every day. He's gathered about one hundred and two million followers as of two two thousand eighteen and he is youtube top content producer top. He's paid the most. Here's the Mo- subscribers. It's been that way for a while and you have to wonder. Does this dude look live at his computer. Does he sit there if he puts out video every single day. Does he sit sit in. Where does he go what does he do? I can't imagine being at my computer for hours and hours editing hitting every single day. Whenever I'm sitting at my computer for more than a couple of hours brain starts to file it on my ears it starts to choose out of my eight years and trickle down my chest? Apparently this is exactly what's happening to him though because he released a statement in one of his videos last week that he was taking a break from youtube probably because he just got married That's just my guess though. So Pudi Pie married. His longtime former content producer Marza. She she produced her own content for a while she was she had her own name. It's Cutie Pie on Youtube and she reviewed beauty and and hair nails make up stuff like that. They met in two thousand eleven she originally was from Italy and and she emailed him back when Youtube was kind of. You're able to email your top your favorite youtubers and it. It wasn't such a crowded platform to where they could email you back and see what you were writing to them. She emailed him saying. Hey I like your videos. And that's how they got together and so They'd been together since two thousand eleven and it's after eight years he finally proposed and I say finally but years. It's almost a decade and I'm all for waiting I. I am an impatient person. I'm all for knowing for sure but can you imagine having millions of is on your relationship chip like front and Center people commenting. I don't think you're right for each other or you need to hurry up and get married. People people putting their opinion right into your relationship right in there despite that they stayed together and they made it official in a garden ceremony ceremony. They released an engagement video. They released a wedding video and while there are lots of people who insert their unwanted opinions in somewhere there also people who are supportive and they finally made it official in garden ceremony in August. Guess Two thousand eighteen and there's a video on PD pice channel showing a little bit of an overview from the wedding and it's beautiful so Marza. His wife quit youtube to originally focus on her mental health. She said it was kind of ostracizing her from the real world and keeping her in a bubble and so whenever Felix pupae announced his departure. Kind of you know. It wasn't a surprise. You can only imagine what ten years in front of a camera on a computer will do to you. He cleared it up though in a later video addressing his statement about taking a break. Saying that it's only for the first of the year so he'll only be gone. The first of twenty twenty January February March April. I'm guessing it won't be too long. And he says he wants to do something different and not look back on his life in ten ten years and see oh I just made music videos. I just made youtube videos on Youtube for my whole life and not feel bad about what he hasn't accomplished and honestly he could do so much. His content has relatively stayed the same over over the years. And you see Youtube Stars that are branching out into makeup and production and feature length films on Youtube and he stayed consistent which is probably. It's probably contributed to his success for a little bit but he he could do the unimaginable with his following and his talent in his consistency in his dedication. So I'm really excited to see what he comes up with. I could be really cool for him to come up with his own video game company something so when we come back we'll talk vaping and what what is I have never really been on the vaping train. What the damages are associated with vaping in Y? Suddenly it's dangerous and people are pulling ad campaigns from big social media sites white instagram has bandits influencers from in promoting guns and vaping on their platforms. I'm not mad about guns. I didn't know much about the vaping I was a square. I was born a square. I've always I've been a square. I don't smoke or vape so if you are in the same boat as me. I've done the research for you and we will dive into it together. Stay here you're listening to the GMC Social Media News. podcast tired of searching the vast vast jungle of podcasts. Now listen close and here this out. See there's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching. The golden state media concepts podcast network is here. Nothing less than our podcast lists with. Endless hours of podcast Harvard's Harvard's from news sports music fashion looking entertainment fantasy football so much more so stop alerted around and go straight out to the golden in state media concepts podcast network guaranteed to build that podcast is whatever it may be visit. WWW DOT augie. S MC PODCAST DOT com follow us on facebook and twitter download on itunes soundcloud and Google play sees podcast so whenever we left off we were talking a little bit about Pudi Pie and how his youtube success has led him to become one of the top content producers the platform. And we're going to talk now a little bit about instagram and a little bit more about Youtube. But mostly we're gonNA talk about vaping and how. INSTAGRAM is now pulling ad revenue and sponsorships from vaping in weaponry from their platforms. So fading for those of you who don't know Oh me I. It's me I didn't know I was a good kid. Not Saying that anybody who vapes is bad bad but go back and sit into you know a biology anatomy course and realize it's really not the perfect alternative to smoking. Go get some help. So what is it. VAPING was created rated as an alternative to smoking cigarettes. Basically you have nicotine the vegetable Glycerin syringe and propylene glycol in a little cartridge and it heats up and then you inhale it. It's like a vapor so so it's created and marketed as a safe alternative to smoking but that is wrong and it is very harmful harmful so the ingredients in here you have of course the nicotine which is nicotine eighteen was used as a pesticide to kill bugs. It's a pesticide so if it kills bugs can you imagine what it does to so you would. It does to your lungs and what it does to your nervous system There's the vegetable glycerin which is just the sweet component. What makes sweet the vapor sweet? And then you have the propylene glycol so this mimics the smoking hit that kind of rough burn and I mean I a good kid but you know I. I had my adventurous days in. I think if anything. That's probably what turned me off of smoking. The burn. I didn't you know that that was hard for me to take. So why in the world would somebody look to mimic that. I guess that's your habitual smokers that want to feel like they're actually smoking something. So the most it kind of upsetting thing about this new wave of jewels and Easter eggs in pods and everything is that. These companies companies know their audience. They know what they're doing. They're targeting young kids and I'm not talking college or High School Middle School school and even younger their marketing people. The the way this jewel and the away the Easter eggs and the vapes the way they look the the cool factor the fruity flavors. Kids like sugar kids like things that taste. Good this psychology behind all of these things. These marketing executives are marketing to kids. DISGUSTING NICOTINE IS A pesticide. We're not bugs. Some of US may be but I'm not I'm not a bug and the flavors are addicting young children so there have been people ending up in the hospital. Twenty seven patients back in September ended up in the hospital on ventilators for breeding. They claimed all these claims are coming out of you've got people being hospitalized for this unknown respiratory illness somebody even died from it from the the lung damage. Two hundred other cases have been reported not hospital cases but two hundred cases of coughing and respiratory illness. Onus have been reported one teen who was hospitalized back in September he said whatever. The doctor went and looked at his lungs. It looked like the lungs of a seventy seventy year old smoker. So this is not safe at all and I think. Instagram is finally catching onto that. Now that they've been proven harmful. INSTAGRAM is taking action bandwagoning much but pulling sponsorships removing living ad revenue. They don't WanNa be responsible for killing your kid and I guess that's a good thing. They want to be on top of their brand they. Don't I want people to stop watching them. Stop using their platform so since youtube and instagram and social media advertising is as popular as TV advertising. -tising if not more what we watch what the kids watch is so important therefore what you allow allow the kids to watch what is allowed to be put up on. The Internet is so important. As for the guns I feel like that's a no brainer. I really haven't seen any ads for guns though Maybe but please pull those down. Thank you so nicotine this is just my reflection on the subject. Nicotine gives you a sort of high not the same kind of high that you get from other drugs but it calms the nervous system. Can you just go to therapy. I mean you learned some coping skills and you become better off because honestly and this is the same for bins Benzodiazepines pins if you give yourself something to lean on. That becomes a crutch for you. It makes your anxiety and depression worse food for thought if you remove the crutch and you learn to live and cope without it then you won't won't need it and I know there's a whole other aspect to this. The nicotine is addictive. But I guess in in the same way Ben Benzodiazepines addictive and pharmaceuticals are addictive. And I'm not saying no. Let's you know medicines bad for you. Medicine saves is lives. Medicine Helps Brain Chemistry. But when you get down to the downers or the upper or things that alter your state of mind in not just alter your brain chemistry I feel like after a while it becomes sort of a crutch and it becomes harder for you to deal with your anxiety in an uncomfortable feelings without these medicines so if we get to the root of the problem there is no problem. I'm I'm sure that I'm just talking out of my butt but as somebody with an anxiety disorder who got off of I've been Zodiac die subpoena. I can tell you that it is possible so all right coming up. Lifting Uber are under. Fire for reported it'd sexual assaults from users using the APP and later Emma Watson sits down and she talks in an interview recently about how Taylor Swift reminds her so much Joe March from her new blockbuster little women. I don't know about that one. I'm not a big swifty fan. So Don't dump down your content all that and more when we come back to the SIM see Social Media News podcast. I'm getting a little bit caddy day right here. I WANNA find out what movies to go. See and check out the GS AMC movie podcast. It's your ticket to the latest movies movies whether it's a new blockbuster event romantic comedy or action flick. This show has got it all covered. They talk some what to go. See Now don't bother. What's hot on Netflix? And everything in between that. GSM See podcasts. Dot Com back slash. Movie Dash podcast. When it's all about the movies it has to be this? This new show. Don't forget to like facebook and follow them on twitter visit. GS MC PODCAST DOT COM for more INFO and he Talk back to them. Mm See social media news podcast. I'm your host Devin Harris and I'm ready for this segment. So in the last segment we talked a little bit about vaping and instagram. We're going to shift gears a little bit. We're GONNA talk about an APP. The Uber driver Uber ride share and lift APP. So I'm all about women's Women's safety and women's health so I'm ready. That was my dog. What is Uber and lift so uber and left as as well as has goodness? Are there any other ride share programs. No Uber Lift are essentially what I said ride share programs. They are apps that you can download on the APP store to call a ride so think of it as the the the taxis of suburbia basically you download the APP and then safe you need to go to the airport. No one's around to take you call an uber or you call a lift and a driver will come out and get you in. They're paid to take you to the airport or a concert or home. If you've been drinking or we're ever you WANNA go. This is a great idea in the realm of imagination. Shen but lately things have been coming out that prove otherwise. This topic gets me. So heated sexual assault is a huge problem primarily for women it is no no different here. Sexual assault has become a huge problem and probably always has been a huge problem for female passengers using these ride. Share programs drivers are reporting as well as passengers that they're being sexually harassed touched inappropriately or even assaulted by drunk male passengers and on the other foot the drunk female passengers or passengers who have nodded off without even a trace of alcohol in them have been reporting being awoken to being assaulted. Why is this still saying why why is sexual assault still a thing? What is it about men that makes them think they can do whatever they want to women and I know that it's not all all men not all men? I know that men are also victims of sexual assault in this case case. We're not gonNA play the all lives matter game we're GONNA play. The violence against women has and is becoming a it always has been an issue why the disparity in gender based sex crimes is huge huge. It's not it's not a lives matter it's not a all men it's is it. Socialization is it breeding a breeding issue. We need to breed out the monster. Why are men sexually aggressive A? Why is it still an issue? I'm just it's lost on me. Why do people think they can do whatever they want to? Another person more specifically why do men think they can do say touch another woman men however they want to. What is it about men that makes them the biggest perpetrator in sex crimes against women? The Corporation List Uber. They're not doing much to help. They made lift made a woman pay for her ride after her reporting that she was sexually assaulted because she reported it as an indirect route instead of a sexual assault. Okay so what. There's a button but no protocol. Well this is exactly why women are afraid to report their sex crimes crimes against themselves because of the finger pointing and the humiliation and possibly being ignored three thousand sexual assaults happened last year were Reported last year so reported to have happened three thousand that is far too many far too many Uber and lift lack protection. That could keep them safe. The drivers lack protection. That could keep them safe because the state New York. There's no bulletproof glass on that window window. Any there is. There's no protection there are no cameras and nineteen percent of Uber. Drivers are women. Thirty percent of lift drivers are women. It's different it's different one percent of women in New York taxi drivers and even even then this still happens. So what's being done. Uber apparently is piloting in audio video recording system in some places well thank God for that but we need preventative measures because if someone is already made up their minds. I'm going to assault this woman. This person a some audio some videos not gonNA stop them. You know you can pop ski mask on there. And no one's worse for wear so I propose chastity belts for men who who have been drinking or have low credit scores and no keys. All right. This is this makes me so mad. This has been my report on Uber. Driving driving and this is my top five nobody s no victim blaming rules. That would keep you safe in an uber. Auber or anywhere where men lurk so number one. These are in no specific order pepper spray and Taser Combo. My boyfriend and I were talking about this the other day and I have both but he said you know I feel like the pepper spray is almost more useful useful. Because you don't have to be right next to somebody to pepper spray them and that is true. I tested out my pepper spray couple years back sprayed it in my kitchen unlocked through it and it works such outworked. I didn't even have to chop any onions. So that's number one pepper spray Taser Combo little little pepper little shock number two. If you can take your car. Don't drive drunk. That's a no brainer. But try and take as much control of your surroundings as possible. I don't use Uber for this specific reason. I like to be in control. All of my surroundings. I like to be in control of where I'm going. I don't like to be in other people's disposal at other people's disposal and vulnerable honorable. I liked. I'm a strong independent woman and I can drive myself or I can designate a DVD. Or sit in my car with the keys. He's out of the ignition until I sober up. Not that I drink drinking's bad I don't use uber or or lift for these specific reasons but if somebody tried me consider these hands thrown all right three invest in some self defense. I mean invest in classes. That should be a government. Grant Women Free. self-defense ends classes because they can't even control men and we're going to be predisposed to violence in at least give us some help day. Okay four record. Many people in thieves are deterred from video. My uncle was is in Hong Kong for business and was driving around. They have huge black market thing over there and he got into a car. The driver started going a weird way. He didn't know what was happening so he pulled out his phone. Driver pulled around dropped him back off and he saved himself from being kidnapped. So if you think something sketchy put your phone cord might Save Your Butt and and five screw being polite scrubbing polite. If you smell fishy. Don't get in there. Where if you if you use your use your intuition? If something's off don't be afraid to let them know you know. I know what you're not going to try and pull one over on me. I may be a woman in although I am at a biological disadvantage advantage. I'm smart and I can detect B. S. B. Bass woman if someone's giving you creep vibes shut the door say are going to call another one screw lightness. It's your life or being polite. Which one are you? You're going to choose our when we come back. We're going to talk about the Milwaukee and Taylor swift thing. I'm not a Taylor Swift Fan. I already made that clear. All right stay here with. GMC Social Media News podcast always on the girl but the day just will be more without your Hollywood fits foot golden state media concept's CETERA. Ten podcast take care of that Jordan and Keith is entertainment tonight meets access Hollywood Jordan guy laughing that's key all inclusive look pop culture it Hey guys welcome back to you. GMC Social Media News podcast so on the last segment. We talked a little bit about Uber and lift. And what's going on around there with the sexual assault um another day another dollar so we're going to move into something. A little bit lighter. Emma Watson bless her heart. I love her so much. You've probably seen her and beating the beast. The bling ring as her money and Harry Potter the perks of being a wallflower. Totally for us. She was in that I love her. Love love her in that she. She's this doll of person. She speaks out for women's rights. She's a social rights activists I lover. She's graceful she's T- She's poised. She holds herself. With such a confidence in such a brilliance. Anything she does. I'd would watch anything. She does and so whenever I saw her comparing her her movie character. She's in little women right now and she's phenomenal. She was comparing Joe March. One of the characters in the movie to Taylor swift and I kind of recoiled a little bit. I said what do not put those two in the same sentence. I not a very big Taylor swift fan. I think she sold out honestly. I bought her records when I was twelve when she was doing country but I think she she used country as an avenue to get into the entertainment industry and I don't agree with that. I loved her country stuff but then she she sold out to pop and you know I feel like she. She used and abused just the country avenue. So I'm not a very big fan but what really happened was Mewa Shen was comparing the whole the plotline towards the end of the movie Of little women to Taylor Swift's current situation with scooter Braun and getting the rights for her music so in the movie Joe March towards the end after a little bit. We're through and we're wrapping up the movie. She's submitting her manuscript for little women to the volcanic US copywriter editor. And he says okay. I'll give you five percent of the prophets and she starts to bargain with him and she says seven eight nine percent in he says five point five no less than she said with all due respect. This is my work you know. I wrote this book. I want the copyright. So why don't you just keep your money and I'll go somewhere else. And so they eventually agree to a higher percentage and she gets the copyright and Emma Watson was really just saying this whole situation in Hollywood with Taylor swift and her battling for the rights for her music is kind of like that in little women getting the copyright for your own things is so powerful and Emma Watson was saying you know life's kind of like a game of monopoly the more you have the more successful you are. Ownership is everything and she says as Taylor Swift is battling to get the rights for her music. DOC FROM SCOOTER Braun. It's her music. and He. He's withholding it from her. It's sort of kind of mirrors ears. Joe And little women trying to get the copyright for her book and her characters and Emma Watson said something so poignant she said life's really a game of monopoly ownership is everything and it's important to be empowered and no you're worth in know how much you're worth not let people kind have walk all over that life is about walking through with confidence and kindness Knowing the contribution and you may not selling yourself short not selling out for it and she kind of referenced all of this and saying you know L. as women we sometimes are marginalized. She played in little women she played. Joe Marches Sister Meg March and she was a foil to Joe Marks. Joe Was the passionate brave bold tomboyish character. Who who didn't want to settle down didn't want to get married and meg was the sister? WHO said you know? I I WANNA get married. I WANNA I have a family and in in Little Women Meg. Mary's somebody who isn't well off and the thing about the marches arches. Is there all wanting to marry rich because back in that time you really didn't have a lot of mobility ability as a woman unless you married rich. There were not great. The jobs didn't pay well for women. unless your husband was rich you can you know you. You couldn't be business savvy and you can't really find footing in the world which is so unfortunate but megs character married poor and it's spoke a lot about you know. Domestic domestic strife is often overlooked and not as important Porton as say becoming a big CEO. Being a wife for being a mother is kind of placed on a lower like data value than being being a boss in it's just untrue people just because people's dreams are different doesn't mean they're any less important and that's one of my favorite lines from the movie which Emma Watching says herself as she says to Joe just because my dreams are different than yours doesn't mean they're not important or valuable and it's so true so seeing Emma watching really talk about you know whatever here dreams are no. You're worth own what you have and be empowered and I I just feel like her reference to the movie was so good. The movie was good. The movie was amazing. If you haven't seen it go check it out. It's in theaters eaters for another couple of weeks crazy cast Meryl Streep Sarah She Ronin Florence. Pugh Laura Dern Emma Watson of course and a couple of newcomers Timothy Shalam for any of you Timothy. Shallow may fans. I personally couldn't stand him in this movie. It's an amazing movie. Go check it out little women directed by Greta. Gerwig out now when we come back we're going to be discussing for fun. Forbes list first of ten New Year's resolutions to try and twenty twenty stay here with us on the GMC Social Media News podcast the GMC live in happiness. podcast takes you on a journey of exploration. We'll we'll discuss tried and true methods alongside the latest trends of how to best live your life to fullest unhappiest from psychology to meditation science to self help books the GS MC live in happiness. PODCAST we'll help you to discover what makes you happy and how you can live live being the best possible download the Jazz Dempsey life. Been Happiness podcast on Itunes stitcher Don clow. Who Play or anywhere you find podcasts just tie? GMC in the search Bar back to the GMC Z.. Social Media News podcast. Last time we talked about Emma Watson a little bit about female empowerment Taylor Swift all that you know for last segment segment. It's the New Year's Yada Yada Yada a resolutions are a little bit a little bit phony to me. I I think if you're going to have a resolution you might as well do it anytime of the year right. How important is it? It's not just about starting clean but for our our last segment. We're GONNA talk a little bit about a list that Forbes released ten New Year's resolutions for leaders in twenty twenty and we're just GonNa go through a a little bit so without further ado here's number one. Take control of the device that a stealing your time so take control of your phone phone usually. That's what it is. We're all glued to our phones and I know that I am no different and it really does affect my I kind of my mental health our compare and contrast and Oh. My life isn't like this. My life isn't like that and it Kinda it just really gets into my mind so what I've done to try and hope that is putting the time limit on my social media apps it kind of it gets kind of annoying to constantly have to click. Click Click end up putting my phone down so it Kinda helps all right to trust your priority in the era of fake fake news deep. Fakes data breaches unfair use of personal data. Trust and transparency transparency are gaining importance and value so our data is valuable to consumers everywhere. Brands businesses other countries Forbes is basically telling us to take our privacy seriously. Be careful with our passwords. Be careful about which websites we sign up to be careful about apps we use because the data about us in our interests and what we're clicking on that data can be sold and and used so we should protect ourselves basically we're being analyzed so that the big brands can see what they should market to us next so making trust our priority gained control over the way your data is being used in which which apps you use all right say three say no more often. I have to do this. It's because our goal is people is not to do more but to do less and do it better and feel better about it. I'm guilty of always days trying to overload myself so that I can feel like I'm doing the most I'm doing everything I'm going to get my my things done quicker but it's not about that because it's it's not about quantity it's about quality. I feel like I am guilty of getting myself burnt out easily and then nothing gets done so saying no will be my passport to making twenty twenty you know a personal and professional success for use your power responsibly. Forbes says lines of corporation responsibility and accountability are quickly coming of age. They're being extended to consider a broad range of stakeholders others. In societies generational challenges waste climate change inequality so you should platform for for the better. There are so many things that are failing in our country right now. Leaders need to start using the power and privilege that they have to help solve the problems of people and Planet Planet profitably and without waste. So if you have power you should power responsibly. Use Your Voice for the better good tick up for the underdog lookin become opinionated about what you care about. Nobody likes nobody likes. Oh fence-sitter five. Become a champion of neuro diversity. Leaders should resolve to actively promote and champion narrow diversity within their organizations so creative creativity insight innovation. And but what does that mean exactly firstly making your mission to identify anybody and any anybody anybody in anybody anybody everybody everybody who suffers from mental illness stress depression. OCD eating disorder post traumatic stress. Understand how they think so many times times in job applications. There is a place to fill out. Do you suffer from any mental disorders. You suffer for any health disorders. What businesses that of yours? Mental illness is so people feel like they can't talk about it like they will be let go from a job or they won't get a job if they have mental illness. Mental illness is crazy. Four out of five people have mental illness. The says create written environment where these individuals can bring their real me to work in fully flourish. I know I would feel better if I didn't have to hide myself six. Visualize your goal at the to start. Each year leaders traditionally establish goals visualizing goals is highly motivational increases determination because we are drawn to that future reward. Visible visualization helps to ensure success in create pace. Takes our mind off of the discomfort difficulty or pain associated with working towards the goal. I'm personally am a mood board person. I'm a vision board mood board and whiteboard person summer some in your inner revolutionary make twenty twenty the year when you dare to break through the atrophy of conformity and automatic adapting to the status quo. So so don't just you know don't just adapt to you know. This is how we do it. This is the default be a role model for doing something in different. That serves others better developing work that inspires Rather than informs creating environments that nurture sharing stories building trust connecting with your team. And the people around you do something different. Get Out of your comfort zone and think what does the consequences silence of not doing this. Commit to memory eight even in the age when we have a wealth of information at our fingertips business leaders should not S.. Underestimate the power of a good old fashioned brain powered memory and this could even go to school school aged people. I know that I ah get bogged down. I procrastinate in that I rely on cramming in memory to do my schoolwork and I don't learn anything. It's just stressful. If fi sat and I learned things I would get so much more out of my schooling. Commit to memory learn. Don't just memorize nine. reframe power power in your organization and ten improve the employee experience. Every leader should resolve to dramatically improve the modern work experience. 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Featuring Liza Koshy

"Hi Guys it's family for today's episode. We have live Koshi as against the my podcast. Ed I so honored because I've been a fan of hers for so long. We spoke on the day for you to show lies on demand got picked up for season three. Our conversation covered everything from the importance of the twenty twenty election. The biggest misconceptions about her breaking up in the public eye crossing over into mainstream media are love over. Zack Ephron and so much more I cannot wait for you to listen to this episode. Make sure you subscribe to the podcast. I cannot wait. I'm so excited that you're on cast on here. Congratulations thank the life. You're living barely lift and you've done so much so that's congrats to you. I've been watching you for years. Stocker actually I wanNA talk about a lot of things with you. I'm talking about lies demands. He's into I. This is hysterical. Thank you I think. It is a huge even better than season one. Oh thank you okay. See that's all we want is just room for Improvement Improvement Room and we've improved so thank you. What are you most proud of that? I'm really honestly most proud of the fact that I got a season today. So today little they'd just announce it on my panel that there is a season three and that that is so matt. I'm so excited. Absorb CAM glowing. You can't see me because it's a podcast. Oh wait nope. Data's visuals a little visual. Cue Dress excuse me but yeah came out today. He's on three season. Two was amazing. And so you saw that improvement series going to get even better and that's a guarantee and promise. I will keep threat all right any ideas. What you want to happen for season three Directing again I directed in season. Two and directing again would be amazing. It was tough but it was really fun. Challenge is willing to accept again. Well if any really interesting because you created all your content independently and then you're creating a show. What was that process like from doing so isolating and then with a group of people right. Thank you for acknowledging. That was very is in. Yeah I was on my own four years directing myself which I didn't realize that's what I was doing. Those directing editing. Obviously it was very aware of that took hours and days but like filming myself you know creating these characters scripting those characters giving them personality traits and then bring them to life like I didn't realize that I was acting until I got onto a set and was action and did something that felt very familiar. I've been doing this as weird as it is like. You would think okay girl. You know what you're doing. You're being intentional about it. But it was odd enough that I didn't really realize until I got into a whole new environment with a lot of people looking that I wasn't used to them looking and I was able to do it still. How did you develop those characters? How did you come up with the idea for Jed and Helga? Those are classics classics man. Oh thanks generally. I've been watching. They say hello. Oh my God that just made my day. I miss them. Do they are on vacation? I've been on vacation for a while. But Yeah we've made lies on demand without them and maybe they'll show up season three. Okay all right well. You could be in season three to parents after this Just move to California. Though anyways we're going to make this on my side and this they're laughing you can't hear them because I'm not Mike but we got him. Oh and now. She's about an afterward just yet But Yeah No I. It was wild to step into the role of Liza a different version of Liza online on-demand and be this version of myself. That isn't me but is me. I don't know it's weird. It's she's okay so lies on land is basically is employed by her phone right. Which is what not dissimilar to how I started was being employed by Van Gogh vibe. Maybe we got to talk now. Do you talk. I do I use it to upload like my old videos that went on my instagram stories and was only there for like twenty four hours and then I was like what is smart. We need to put up there permanently and was to go. Oh Wow that is smart. I haven't I haven't gone down the tick tock whole of making them but I've gone down of what launch a Ham. It's dangerous it's very dangerous. That's a huge time sucker. That's good though. That's good fun and they have to talk to. You can do things. Yeah I just looked particularly the funny ones like you know. The skits reminds me of I line but longer it's like forty bucks seconds. I don't even know I just enjoy it did we. Did we talk about to talk for thirty seconds enough for them to consider this a plug? Maybe future sponsor question-mark invoice them. Smart Sense Your Youtube channel has been what really skyrocketed you besides vine. Mississippi's what was that. Like when you realize oh wait. I don't want to cross over into mainstream into mainstream. Good question people ask about the transition this kid ask about the transition from vine into youtube or like longer form content long for him mainstream though. 'cause that's a challenge in itself to to have your very unique in that you have that you can do that. Six second content but you can also do hosting the MEK our red carpet like a blackout every time. I literally don't remember doing that. So thank you for reminding me but it is. It is allowed experience like all of a sudden be on a platform and and talking to all these people that I've admired for years and years and years. Which is what what you do. And you have the utmost bravery and utmost unapologetic attitude about all things so thanks for hosting the met gala red carpet after I get fired. Something an animal. Let me go but you can't tell culture but essentially like I don't know it was just a very similar feeling was induced for me personally of being able to perform in my own living room also on a set but then also on a podium while narrating lady Gaga removing eight dresses for their yellow And it's just I love I love doing and it's really fun and I love challenging myself in different ways that keep it new fresh and exciting That's really why kind of transitioned over into mainstream. Just to try and kind of proved the experiment. Your money's one twenty some young fun with it up the roaring twenty s broken hip yet. You'RE GONNA start a podcast in in the twenty would be a great podcast was my voice because I thing very soothing Boise Q. I think so just gets lower as we talk. I think that's what's so great about you know lies on demand and all of that and I say do miss your youtube videos. I miss him too. I love and I'm getting more into there's a DIS getting more into creating more of my own personal content on my channel again so that will be anymore dollar store videos. I there has to be. I'm still just as passionate so I love. That's what I tried. I kind of tried to like nitrile. Rapid Nice little bow on dollar store by creating a dollar store music video. It's not over. It's not over. No no there's too. Many good deals to not celebrate. I never been to the dollar store from fast shot. Yeah really never been you okay. You're not living a full life. My guess what Dude Okay. Everything's a dollar like you go. If you see my video I I live vicariously through you and your video cam. Glad but get out more now. It's it's ridiculous you walk into the store and you just don't understand. This is the plug for the dollar store to. I need to voice them but it sounds good. You don't understand like Lysol. Is the same price actually shop in your life. Yes day-today okay. When I not on a day to day to day I'm not pulling Ellen and I don't like I've never step foot in a target like in years. Not like that guy. I have adult. Maybe no wait five months five months. Okay you remember when I went to one in Canada because it was even cheaper than a dollar deed has was it. Like seventy eight cents. I don't know the conversion but it was cheaper. That is crazy well since you took your break off Youtube. I know it was for your mental health. Because we'll have that as we all have that thing we all have that Wizar- certain moment you when you realize you're like I need to take this break or was it like an overall arching just like there was a little bit of a build a little bit of a bill the bill I think. That's that's incorrect. What you're saying isolating. It was very isolating what I was doing so I was doing everything on my own creating these characters on my own. I didn't really have any buddies. Creatively brainstorm with And that was my own doing right because I was like after myself. I've only done it by myself. It's all people WanNa see me by myself and although I did for a long time and then I slowly started like eventually once I took that break and took some time to like breathe and and and regroup with myself ourselves and the different version of my sons and had been that people loved and was trying to like. Okay I can be me now and be loved for that too. I don't have the chat or just how a whole like unfolding of my brain But it was nice regroup with myself give myself that time that I deserved and understand that. Okay cool I have other priorities and other things that I really WanNa like try and I want to be unafraid and unapologetic about that. So I gave myself that space and created that space in my heart so that I could give to others and to other projects and bring them to life so is on-demand season three would not have happened. Had it not been for the breeder that I gave myself and I'm just happy that I made that choice. I then to be where I am now. Well what advice do you have to do that? 'cause that's scary thing it's so hard it's so hard especially to to become too the uncomfortable. We're going to get deep here. We are deep. They're get indeed. Sammy could rename the buckeyes honestly. Yeah getting getting comfortable with uncomfortable with something that I've always liked strive to do then job that I do. Kinda thing is just like testing my limits. And wondering like wow. How can I do this or do it differently than it's been done before? So that's exciting for me but It was more so just like understanding that it's okay to branch off and try new things and be all right with evolving and not sticking to script that I wrote for myself Or being you know like I say like Youtube kind of create this box for yourself what you can act as a creator like what what characters. I'm going to do or what sketches I'm going to do or if I only do sketches only two characters. They're only do myself blogging and then to experiment of that Sometimes your audience isn't the most receptive but does that really matter because you also want to be so love like show love to yourself and appreciate yourself and and understand that you get to do what you want to do and hopefully others will appreciate you for doing that. And that's how it originally all started with me coming from a place of being passionate and excited about what was what I was doing when I lost that people could tell you can see that through a video When someone loses that initial excitement that they had so I felt that a little bit and I didn't want to force it anymore. I wanted to just be very candid about ham going through stuff. I don't feel the need to blog it but here I am and McKee try new things now but a much better place where I'm trying those I mean I think that's one of the deeper simply go girl. I'm like I've been through that too like I remember when you post. I remember when you posted that video talking about your breath. I was like in the thick of it. Oh snap just like to high. School is just like stressful in itself. And now with all the social media's honestly it's not easy Niang. I have to shut my phone off at some point right. Good for you for doing that though. Yeah I think we're similar in the sense that social media both right really intensified. Is THAT ORD at that. That is a word. I didn't know that's team but yeah yeah it really increased it right But yeah I think it's so cool that you took a break in when you're talking about it. I I think you're very insightful. And have a lot of wisdom just like just like when you talk. Thank you so much a girl if you only knew what was going on. Is that my because I think everybody has that little self doubt like yeah thinking like I don't know what I'm saying. The words that are coming out of my mouth are bowl. Like I'm not making sense. And that's that's that tends to be like the little downwards vile of like social anxiety or anxiety in general but thank you for crushing that. I'm healed especially when you have like such a big following and then people are putting in their own opinions that must. I can't even imagine how much of that did not help. Right right and a lot of people just know placing their own or hurt. People hurt people so people going through their own thing tend to project something that they see somebody else doing that. They wished they could do kind of thing. And that's that's a tough thing. I empathize with those people and like I would hate comments And just like took it really personally at one point and then understood that. Maybe they're taking everything personally. And that kind of sucks in that. That was mean the beginning of high school. I 'cause like a bunch of people talk about like everybody and so I will take it so personally and it's kind just distinguishing. Yeah just now. My brother is very has a lot of wisdom so so I'll talk to him. He'll be like like no one even further he's nineteen. He's got a lot of wisdom two years those two years. This year is a lot of good advice. They do right. I just can't imagine like you've been in the public eye for the past would. When did you start buying started in two thousand thirteen? I just had this realization. It's been seven years. How weird is it so weird and moved down to la? You're in high school. I was a junior in high school. I was your your age posted my very fun. Do you remember what that was? I was climbing on top of a car. Odds nothing nothing inspiring all. Did you ever expected lead to this idea? No idea that it would lead to this beautiful insightful. Conversation with young seventeen year old. Who's going to flourish when she moved to California? Where are you make it happen? Just like trying to get you to kill what's GonNa Happen. But it's that's that's crazy. Never know where it's GONNA end up. I mean how old were you when you started everything fourteen. Yeah three years man. That's do you expect to be where you are now. Not even not even six months ago idea and well. How'd you did? You have the future future in mind like. Did you intend to like like have all this? Turn out for you day by day just kept working working. It went day by day but also I had to put my energy into something else besides school because that just gaming side he within itself because because of my learning disability so like when I was out like a mainstream school and they didn't know how to teach me I would just it would really increase that. Wow and so I put my energy into this stuff and when I was anxious I was a really weird coping mechanism. Top myself keynote. In how to like my dream podcasts. That idea and go here. We are hearing what like society I guess would have seen as a weakness. You turned into your superpower. That's cool I'm trying to do. Yeah that's okay that's beautiful. Let's be real plug. Isn't that waiting for the moment? I appreciate this episode of. Let's be Real Sammy. J is supported by better? Hope Online counseling. Sometimes life can be very stressful and overwhelming. We could all use when we're feeling down but may not know how or where to ask for it. Better help is available for you. Better health offers licensed counselors who specialize in issues including anxiety depression relationships family issues sleeping grief and so much more. You guys therapy is so important. It has literally changed my life. And if you haven't gone I highly recommend it. You can connect privately with a counselor through text. Chat phone and video calls. Get help on your own time at your own pace and at an affordable rate. Let's be Real Sanjay listeners. We'll get ten percents off their first with the discount code be real. That's better help. Dot Com slash. Be Real why not get help. Better help dot com slash be real. Is it ever hard when everybody has? I can only imagine is hard when everybody is. Just speculating everything about your life. Because one of the things that I just as a watcher of Youtube for years you know people have a perception of you. What is a misconception that you want to clear up thank you question? Do you see but okay hold on. Here's an inside of the world. My publicist is the corner of the room. Clutching her soul. Because no one has ever just been so humid with me and asked me that question before an interview. So thank you for seeing that. I made out of skin and flesh and bounced. That's nice. Yeah that's really cool. I wow that's that's deep but I think a huge misconception is that maybe I'm not human and I think that's a big misconception that like a lot of people in the industry or in the media people forget it people forget it and that at some point you kind of just become an accessory of sorts to people's lives. I don't know it's it's tough. I feel like so much has to do with those miss so much of people's mental health and the reason why they have to take care of himself meaning people in the industry have to take care of themselves so so intense about you. Know Self Care is that. There's everything feels so heightened because everybody's watching them and just assuming these things about them if you're not telling your story then people are assuming that story and they're failing in the words for one you don't speak and when you're silent. They expect you to be actually literally. Had someone comment the other day like you? You can't be silent anymore. You need to tell the world you're tell the world you're a bad bitch otherwise you're not one that was like that's so first of all so aggressive do what are you referring to. What am I twenty three. I'm sorry and your expectations are so high rate like you're expected to be. There's we have like knowledge. Is that our fingertips right. We're living in a day and age that everything we're expected to know absolutely everything if you're not well-spoken about everything or no facts are evidence about everything speak of and are able to back yourself up that you are failure. There's either there's no gray matter inbetween just living lives live and let Pol. Here's living life in learning right right so I think misconception. Is that where? There's this idea of a celebrity in what we hold them to you and expect from them and expectations can either. You can either could can crush someone and feel like they're not living up to that and that they're not enough forever fake filling in fuelling that story that everybody has going through their heads that they're not enough not this often enough or smart enough for people just because you have followed a design change that no that's a that's a number and as as grateful as I am to to the audience that gave me the platform to try whatever It still it still doesn't mean you're it doesn't reflect yourself. Were at their self love that you have for yourself as truly at your core what you're able to spread everybody else so it's just interesting. It's interesting that there's this whole fantasy behind celebrities when they are just human and they feel so like like. That's what I'm so curious about because I felt like when you so publicly went through a break-up Sopa so publicly that he was sixty million view is that is how difficult is that. When you're already going through something personal and then everyone's putting in their opinions and you maybe can't date someone publicly 'cause they're like so and so that's why. I didn't text and Beg earlier. But that's that's right. You're you're so right. That was something that was a decision that both David and I made. What two years ago? Now they do years ago years. Yeah and and put that out there just for our community right like people knew estimate videos together. They knew us to always be with each other. Obviously we were dating and once we put that video it was simply just to let everybody know. Yeah we're not together at the moment. This is what our life update is and then it just took off and it was like this new age of being relationship and the expectations. You have to have an release your relationship dates so that was something. I've never been a blogger of sorts right like that was an world that I lived through David and mine was more so unlike scripted side we always like creating videos of my own and characters so that was a very like all of a sudden nine me and being vulnerable and open about who I am and what I'm going through as a human his. Everyone just went that being like the one time I opened up and then having that much attention is that it. Would you ever have another relationship or is it just private from now on? Because it's always Chad. It's always a chat. He's always at a Frat or something. But I I mean I. I don't know we'll see we'll see where life takes me but at the moment. No I'm not dating anybody. Anybody who wants to do something about that. Same here never been. Yeah which I never been in relationships David. Your first relationship no really. I had other relationships online and was online at the time but nobody really like new and like I haven't really started youtube and the whole snowball of social media really yet but yeah how about you would you be about a relationship you had on my. I mean like it depends depends. I don't know I haven't talk after this. It depends on. What would it depend on the kind of person and the reasons like okay? The kind of person like future husband or look like someone that I respect him. Respect to me and then we have like if yeah like. I don't know I haven't thought about it because it never happened right because I think even now more than ever. You see what happens if if you are in a relationship when you're public about how enjoyable that can be because it was. It was amazing to like Cheryl those experiences online with David and create but at the same time when it did unfold it was a lot of a lot of attention at a place that I felt very vulnerable and felt like it was like. Oh and pink so opened in everybody seeing as they did in lies on demand thank God. They didn't let me and those kind of like a metaphor being like fine woman to bare it all a barrel actually beginning that episodes well ahead on on pasties. God Little Merkin. Which if you don't know what that is. A little like a loincloth can either be covered in for or not. It was not I. Yeah I bet it. All on the city streets of downtown. La man-kyu it was an interesting briefs. Interesting Day interesting day for a lot of people looking outside of their apartment windows. Yeah yes I'm really interested in like the business side of things in green aspect. Yeah tell me what was the process of creating your own show and just like the business side like pitching it coming up with it because I think that's not talk down people to see a show. It's not about to acknowledge the fact that you did a such a beautiful transfers of conversation right there. Thank you thank you for that. You're brilliant producer. Beautiful Mind but the business side of all that creating that. Teach me so I got. I wish I could give you a cram jam session but it is so much better from experience. So I'm going to have to ask you to make a show okay and you're going to enjoy it because I can just tell you but again did you. To have limited when casting call so. I can come in on it but basically it goes from like concept understanding. What exactly it is that. We want to the message. We want to convey a story. We WanNa tell what hasn't been before. And what needs a platform to uplift that story? And that's that's where we kind of like dove into the world of GIG economy and social media and and not just me as much but GIG economy of of playing yourself and being your own self made self employed independent. Yeah worker but that's tough to like build. It's and be this but that's that's kind of a stray that we started with and it was a very broad and then what would be the adventures of the girl that is employed by her phone. That did you come up with the idea and like did you. How did he might hitch it? Like what was the? I'm the executive. What did you say for the show? The meeting that we had actually was a brainstorm with my to Croak co-creators so fun. They're so fun. Deborah Kaplan in Harry Elf on our brilliant minds. They're the to you. That made hardly wait. And you have no idea what that is because you're seventeen and I have no idea what that is because I'm twenty three but your parents yet. They're nodding their notting. Everybody adding off camera but yeah they they did. Joe See the PUSSYCAT DOLLS. Earth's cats and like they're they're just brilliant. They've they've known how to make an emotional through line and showed us some amazing like broadening of a character so they helped me define who lies. It was going to be in. The show and bisque concept came from their minds. The whole GIG economy mine was my original concept was all I would love to see like a girl into a workplace and understand the logistics of her entering it as a man and as a woman and I wanted to know. What would the difference being that being like a right and that was like a pitch for one episode? That was like I was like this. Is I just really WanNa talk about this Like I want to know what it's like if a girl were to enter the workplace. And how should we be treated differently? Because I actually like article that came out of said a woman changed her email to a man's name and we included that back in the show but changed it to a man's name and she received a ton more work and was taken a lot more seriously actually received responses to our emails. And I forget I can't give proper details but it was so interesting and that was like a wake up call for me to like. I want to tell that story. But how and they kind of helped me maneuver like what we could do is like maybe this girl could be working in the GIG economy. And maybe she could change your profile photo and maybe that could be one episode of this huge arc of like this girl working from her phone and adventures. That takes on an so season three. Who knows if she's still going to be employed on her phone? I don't know who knows right it tonight. I just found out again season three. Would you ever create another show or a movie? Yes you would our okay. I would love to do a movie. I think that'd be so fun. I would love to direct movie. I'm not in. I think that'd crazy cool. Okay dreamcast. Dreamcast Isa Ray. All right brilliant and I think just really cool what you did with awkward. Blacker on Youtube Kurahashi dislike expanded that into insecure on. Hbo Political Be I I think he's raise amazing. I Well Scott Scott you find all right. I haven't acted but Cheryl's give it a shot. I think you should all right. I think you should write them. Especially if you're GONNA move California. Oh yes. Let's pick a tally of how many times lies it says okay. Those are there times their tax plan on doing six. Okay keep we'll keep you out six feeling noted Yeah I think you he's array to raise some great company man. This is tough ZAC. Efron WHY NOT THAT JIM? Thome with him and I'm just like I'm I'm jealous. A workout with Zach. Ephron were so many like high school musical references that I made and also Charlie Saint Cloud references in every movie every movie. Ever that he's been in but like like what does he want to be like? You're like oh. He's so sweet and kind of genuine like present like it's so nice to see the human behind the facade that you've ray high school musical is my childhood. I had this. She Troy Necklace. I Did. I probably did. I got I dressed up as Gabrielle. To the premiere of the third one. No Way Have you I mean Vanessa? Hudgens never met her. I would love for her to be on the spot Vanessa. If you WANNA come on in come on in Zaka Fron I I got you. I'll put it in a good word. Okay but they say hi and but I think they would also be in my show to open them. I think that'd be great. That'd be pretty great. And I work with some pretty amazing people already like a Chemical Glenn. Travis Coles my roommates in the show any real live there also. I am so excited for the movie work to come out and filmed it with Jordan and Sabrina. First of all tonight's Jordan was my first interview and he's actually came on an episode right because he's a Disney bullet. He was my first interview when I was thirteen. And he introduced me to Radio Disney coach. Horta's dude he's a good. He's just a good good dude. He's yeah he's a good support onset because he knew it was like my first like movie movie. His voice is like I know more soothing. The money he's he's going to be on Broadway as an Evan. I am like you entrance. We've conference and Sabrina. She's what was that like working with these two completely creative people as yourself and then doing dancing. Which if you've seen instagram dry. You got spun. You got a movie because of your just dancing. How is that. That's why I'm like put yourself out there. What I WANNA kid is like. Yeah I WANNA do this too. I'm like wow what are you? You're eighteen seventeen. Okay go ahead thirteen or fourteen but either way I didn't realize that putting myself out there dancing away stories like was Ma tape for that movie. Pretty much teach. Do you ever take dance classes? No you're really good. Took dance dance classes as a kid growing up so I was like four when my mom enrolled in the classic piano belly so when for ballet when I was a kid and then did hip up when I was in high school and was like very Texas on the team so I didn't like the halftime dances and kicks with the way the splits. The classic classic do that at the end of everything I do but I feel yeah tedious. Stretch behind your body just so used to it off camera poison. Mike no way so I now have to go take care of that. Oh no we're fine. We did the movie. The movie's done but there is in the movie. We're GONNA be like. Oh that's where she tore it. So yeah I do a little like Taryn my hip right now but we're fine. We can do work at two. That's only God that makes me sad. We're good physical. Therapy scrape about physical. Therapy is great right. I think you're just so your first of all I just wanted to say because I think it's so cool. How much do and the diversity in which you're working with Michelle Mama? Here we create change and tell me about how that came about when. Michelle Obama texts you you have. Michelle Obama number. No I don't I don't know. God knew her teams after me right now because I said that she just change her number right now because it sounds Ono no she did not get fantasy that I'm living at the before truth. Okay the truth is it's fun. It sounds but my to you sent me an email funds store. But but essentially it was like my my. I had worked with creators before I did a whole like video about mental health and talked about eighty and being open about that and that was another turning point for me of being open again online. You interviewed Obama. And then I viewed our President Barack Obama And that was so that was the audition to me. Michelle Obama which is very exciting. Especially if you've listened to becoming on the audio book this is also a plug. Because it's amazing she just I just have to ask as she just the most amazing she is she. Is she everything I would imagine? She more like she exceeds all expectations. Like you guys can't send me but I'm blushing just here that makes me so happy. Not The cosmetics. That she's okay. I wanted get. That was so good lies. It gave me a box of her freaking beauty Cessna Oi Sophomore too. But it's French. So Sam Wassim Weybridge says typing okay. That's more I want to open this okay same job. Oh my visual but you can just listen to her vanilla vibes. Oh I like the name smells us down. Oh city butter and it's so smooth and rich to what made you want to become an ambassador. I don't know because you're doing everything it's so great. I thank you I love trying to win things and this has been such a step in a different direction or industry for myself that I've always wanted to enter because growing up. I had some crazy skin and this is this was I. Hope can be a solution for a lot of young girls that can skip all the steps and dermatology appointments. That went to our dermatologist. Appointments that I went to my mouth is open Papaya. Strawberry seats grab facial mask. Rub your face and then you leave that on like hydrates it so it's a job and then it hydrates it right afterwards and. I know it's for sensitive skin which I have don't we are. Are we all sensitive nowadays? It's it's fantastic. And it is like a cruelty free. Let that you've ever go come. Never tested on animals look better on humans. And it's it's just amazing. It's all around wholesome line and get to know the humans behind it and like. I'll tell you the humans behind it exceed expectations to good people and they just love. We need more in the world as saying like please. And they're they're also good and they're all brilliant minds who are striving to lessen the amount of packaging in their products. They're shoved to lessen the amount of plastic. They're you know they take steps right because there's only so much that we can do but we're working on doing it and that's three step gentle action but Yank yeah keeping the. I'm trying this body butter now. Hit it hit me. Seo on top because that's how we do like it Clinton love it clean and it's all clean. It's entirely clean. Not that a lot of I think can claim this Vegan so people care so much about going Vegan on the inside but oh God he gets here that porked but am are there. It's her dipping her finger. How much do I use my talk? My God it's gotTa wait. Yeah thick but like people have this conception that like clean beauty is always good or pigmented or you know. Thick SPARK LAYER WHATEVER. They want it to be but it. Yeah you're doing yourself. I'm my goodness lowering. Yeah it's good on the hands and face body butter but you can literally any like your body like skin true also very good. It's all cleaned so like I've test all of their products on animals. But here's the test. I've done it all the products everywhere. They're multi use like it's multipurpose. You can use their like icons on your cheeks and designed. You can use the body butter on your face. It's fine sugars crab. I think it's in their weight. If not I will send it over to await. Is that okay more to send you that we've more. There's a sugar scrub in the shower. My elbows have been crusty my entire life and now they're not something that is incredible removed like three layers of skin that needed to go years ago. I just WANNA say like all. I've been using coconut oil and then like brown sugar and it's like its own scrubs so I'm excited to like uses that's cool. That's that's brilliantly like be using this young same? What does that and ever feel the same walking? Do that for you. So it's all natural products literally coconut oil and sugar. Brown sugar are in the Ingredient Mel. Soga and I'm not just saying this because you're in front of me there's perkins free so that's not added any records sometimes fragrance can be an irritant your skin so a lot of added fragmented fragrances. When you're like puppet on your face Washington looking I've been to it. I'm yeah about it. Now it's exciting to move forward and be more ecoconscious just in general About it about your face too. I think people see and that was a real big insecurity for me growing up. I WanNa help any girls now. Just like feel more confident in the skin that they're in because they're in it for life. Well you're very passionate about a lot of things and you're going to appreciate this transition. Let's talk about your passion for activism active your active. Yeah correct. Yeah no I'm excited also align with Michelle Obama Again. That's my friend For one we all vote campaign. I'm glad to vote for the first time next election I've I've been taking A. Us Government Class anuas history. Both so I'm educating myself. I know we talked about the Supreme Court voting taxes. I'm all educated on this now dude. I'm so proud of you because I was learning that and do not absorb it properly. I am so excited to vote like I am so excited. What made you so excited. So many countries are not. You're not able to share your voice and I think it's so cool especially at eighteen right and I think if we don't use that that's just right. I'm so proud. I'm just so excited we just Ma'am so proud of you girl like that's I'm just out of your use out empowering yourself. Do you feel soft. My hands where they were met Ella Vibes Pipe Garden for that. Full Plug cars. You're I'm proud of you for being so excited. And empowering yourself to like Lonzo cool especially now we are living. I think in such a scary incredible time in history that I can't wait to look back and say I voted for this. I did what was right. 'cause like what we're going through. It's like a movie right right right and you're going to hell your grandkids in future. Like ev oded girl. If I don't pop out a child that has the same line as you. Just try again. You so brilliant. I'm so glad though that this is the future the future is bright. And you are voting. And you're making sure your voice is heard and you recognize that that's all you can. Do you play to do your part right. And you're getting your friends together and like having a voting party. 'cause I'd really appreciate that if you honestly that would be fun. Okay make it wishing we. What if you didn't event someone to tell you? There were quick town called the Prom. Challenge right now and it's going on okay it's MTV is partnering with when we all vote and as a coach when we vote. I can tell you all the details if you you get your school together to like have get crazy. Get like partied up about voter registration. And like do sale creatively. Which I know you can do. They're going to be able to cover your prom and like have talent at your job and that'd be so dope to have you get rewarded for being excited about something that you're going to do so why not. Why not do it when I do emailing my principal after two thousand dollars per brom have the entire time I've been looking forward to for a prominent voting probably a good mixture good next year eighteen. What are you turn? Eighteen is love and nice. What if I just did address ballots because also so sometimes like food be kind of fun? You'd make it so easy on me. Choose the winner of that challenge. Because I'm going to help with that all right. If you do a problem within a good word I'll put in a good word. Asked him Tex Michelle all right so just change number again. Thank you so much. For coming on my podcast. I'm so excited I'm so excited for you. And just the immense amount of growth that. You've already experienced at sage but also just to see where you go and I will catch up with you a year from now. How about that. That'd be really cool. Ooh Let's do it. I just WanNa see where we both done right right. Oh you're GONNA you're gonNA talk the whole time. You're going to do so much. I'm so excited. Thank you for having me. I'm so honored that you're watching for literally five here. Okay stocking natural stock. Yeah thanks to you. Thank you guys. So much for listening to this week's episode of the PODCAST. They hope you liked it. Thank you so much for coming on. Make sure you watch. Listen stay tuned to offer projects. She is a lot of them coming up. Make sure you follow me on instagram. That's at Sammy J. I S. S. A. F. M. Y. And I also recommend you follow. Podcast POUCHES SAMMY J dot. Let's be real because we have a lot of fun coast and and don't forget to follow coachee on Oliver socials if you don't already coachee. She's pretty incredible last. I would say the.

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I'm kicking him off Spyros Beth pressures on right now. Seriously. Welcome to the set wrote always happy to have you. And look who's back. Jeff snyder. What are you drink in there? I've got my little apple horrible. We do have a big lineup to get into today. But sadly, I have some really sad news to report right now because we just found out shortly before going live here that Peter Mayhew has passed away the tweeted from his official Twitter account earlier today, the family of Peter Mayhew with deep love and sadness regrets to share the news that Peter has passed away. He left us the evening of April thirtieth twenty nine thousand nine with his family by his side in his North, Texas, home Roka, I know you wanted to say a little something about Peter May whose work, you know, you know, when you're getting back into Star Wars if you years ago, Kristen hall was one of brought me back onto Star Wars to get into doing that far far away podcast and then moving on and doing other things getting in the lions and then producing council you start to fall back in love with these actors and these characters and this franchise and who realized why it can still bring you all the way back to being a kid and Chewbacca was the one always right solo did. Thing laya did his thing. Luke did his thing who was constant as a northern star. That was Chewbacca. He was always there writing co-pilot dinner for five films, even did some work. I think in the force awakens with a forget the other actor's name, and she didn't S. Yeah. With junius. They're back and forth. Judas always giving him the proper love and respect for showing him the way to beat you Baca. So to me to hear this. We knew this was coming his health had been deteriorating for some time. But still it's an incredible sad loss, especially because Carrie Fisher wasn't that long ago. In a lot of people who love Star Wars minds and hearts, and so it's another person who's left from the original trilogy, and it's heartbreaking on some levels. But considering how much pain he was in. I hope now he is at peace. I keep picturing that image from Star Wars celebration. I believe it was in the behind the scenes feature at that. They aired up top when the two of them sitting on set side by side. And I just I can't get that image out of my head nor do I want to because again. I mean, we've spoken about a good deal of loss this week. And it is a terrible terrible thing. But the the most beautiful thing at least I could latch onto in. The moment is how this character that he helped create has been part of my life for so long, and that's never gonna change and he had the luxury of being able to pass the mantle on so strongly before his passing. And that basically ensures his legacy is going to continue. So our best to his friends family and fans as well. All right. We're going to move into our main lineup today. And this first story that we're going to tackle is news that dropped yesterday. But we wanted to wait until our man with all the behind the scenes now Jeff Snyder is on this set. We're talking right now about Amy PASCAL exit from Sony. She moved over to sign a first look deal with Universal Pictures. However, she will still have plenty of meetings on the Sony lot as a producer on the Spiderman movies and also the movie Little Women. So Jeff when you saw this report yesterday to the new surprise you or given the status of her current deal at Sony. Did you know? This was coming. It's a prize me in that. I didn't realize it had been four years since she signed the first look deal after you know, being ousted or stepping down as the chairman of Sony in the wake of the North Korea hack, you know, from from the interview. Yeah, I guess time just kind of flew she, you know, she did I think Amy did a really good job establishing herself as a producer in the space over the last four years. Whether was you know, the Spiderman movies, which was good far from home winning an Oscar for spider verse. And then the posts, which is also a best picture nominee. Like that was that was a spec script that she jumped on and bought preemptively, and then took it to FOX, and you know, got Spielberg and Hanks in street and all the stars attached. And that was really her kind of doing. So I wasn't surprised. I think she'd probably reached the end of the road there. What happens when you're the head of a studio, and you get did you get a golden parachute? You get one of those nice deals with a fat discretionary fund, and you spend the next few years staying on the lap. But it was time for a change. And I think Donna Langley. It was smart of unit. To reach out to her offer. A new home. And I think it was the right move Remy to take it. So you think it's the right move for her to have gone to universal specifically, or do you think there's any possibility she had other arrangements on the table? And maybe she just opted for that over and other studio. I think I mean, listen, Amy, PASCAL, she she could go and she could have gone to run Warner Brothers. You know, she I'm sure they're looking, you know, Facebook and apple and all these kind of streamers are looking for top executive talent like that. But I don't think that that's what Amy wanted to do. I think that she wanted to stay in the producing space. She's got a great infrastructure at universal. They've got theme parks. They can put her on big and small movies. They can let her pursue her prestige drama. And Pat, those passion projects, but also do some maybe ten pulse stuff like she did with Spiderman at Sony. So I feel like it was just the best of both worlds. And you know, she's comfortable with with Donna Langley, and there's a mutual admiration there. So yeah, I just think that was the best fit. All right. Okay. Let's look into the future. Now one. What do you think? This move means for Spiderman at Sony if anything at all and also thinking. About possible. Ten polls for her over at universal. Is there anything you think? Maybe she'll rekindle. We'll look this is the thing that you bring up Spiderman with what she did here and kind of revitalize the character sharing it with marvel and the MC you Tom Holland coming in taking care of this thing pretty incredible then spider. So you said Jeff wins an Oscar a lot of people didn't see that coming. When this thing was when the trailers drop people were blown away, but didn't anticipate this but two characters were over there at universal. That's the incredible hulk fully and may more of the sub mariner. So we heard certain things happen. In adventures endgame certain things were into that. And we saw a certain character hope like really come into the forefront of the avengers in that in this particular installment of that franchise. So is there a possibility here that she's working out a similar deal to revitalize both of these characters in a way, let them let them have their day in the sun in terms of some mariner. But also give them a actually good stand alone movie, which we haven't gone with Hoke yet. So there's possibilities on that end. But I think what you bring up Jeff is the most important thing the prestige situation bringing. Some Oscar situated that's a big deal. Amazon made these moves to recently moving ahead of their film division because they wanted to track more of that kind of stuff and hit more of the bigger tentpole pictures. So she's a smart, she's incredibly smart latest survived that hack that Email. Heck a lot of people would not have survived that. And some of the things she said, we're pretty unsavory. And so it's incredible. How she's been able to just kind of fight her way back to the top and Sherry Lansing? Did it and you see EMMY Pascale there is a connection between those two and we'll see what she does at universal. Amy's Email is they'll look anymore unsavory than anyone else's emails in this story. By anyone else in this industry? Anyone else? I think if you were to open Agnes's, Kevin Hart things you tell some things he said about capital. Are you joking bro any studio head in? This town is talking the way the same way. Amy, PASCAL did believe me whether you want to or not it's not even to think. Otherwise, I think what she went through was horrific a, yeah. To see those emails spilled out because we all listen to you. And I say things that probably shouldn't be said on air right now. But we say things to each other in private, right? That politically incorrect or whatever if those headings were shipped though, like what she's doing is in a professional capacity. Professional none mailing each other rose this whole difference in that situation. She emailing someone in the professional industry with her about Kevin Hart. She's no she's not she's known those people who shoo saying those things to for twenty thirty years. So how is it any different? We'll because Kevin Hart had an issue with it and made a vocal issue about it onto on social media. So that's the difference. The like, oh, that's just Amy media. But we dogs. We got. Oh relationship that's a different situation. Either way she survived it. And I think that's pretty incredible. I don't think there's any excuse to be made for a certain type of correspondence. But I mean, the sad truth of the matter is I wouldn't be surprised if those exchanges were happening elsewhere as well, sadly, it is the nature of industry, and it is super cutthroat. We're going to move on to another story now, and we're taking you into the DC foam franchise with this one because according to variety, Jared Leto may not be done with playing the joker Leto said he is open to revisiting the role specifically he said, I would definitely play the joker again. It all depends on the script and the circumstances. As it always does when he was asked if the rumors are true that he's going to make an appearance as the joker in the birds of prey movie Leto, I said, I don't think so you'd have to ask them. But then he added, well, we'll see. So I can't make heads or tails with this Rocca. Let's say he does get the opportunity to. Reprise his the joker in any of these DC movies. Do you think he should even take it? I wonder because if I'm Jared Leto, and I'm taking all this crap for playing joker and wonder brothers has went ahead and done a whole other joker movie without me. I don't feel a lot of love. So if I'm an Oscar winning actor, why the hell would I go back and take this role on again, it makes no sense. Maybe there's he was kind of coy about whether it's going to be in birds of prey count kind of gave a to answer answer to this both sides. So who knows he was gonna show up some flashback situation or whatever. But like to me, I wouldn't go back. If I was Jared, I respect the fact that he said he would like that speaks volumes to his character. That no matter how crappy they treated him. He still loves the character enough to come back, and maybe have another shot at it. Maybe do another version other debt it short. I didn't mind him so much in suicide squad that'll Bubis a mess to pick only Jared out is really I don't know why you would just do that. So to me, I respect the fact they come back. I just don't think he should. I think the train has moved on. We're losing Aflac. We're going to lose Cavill that some point and let needs to go by the wayside because Robby really is the one that stood out. And then add in the fact that suicide squad is essentially getting rebooted. So I would move on. If I were him as well. And also, I completely forgot that more Bs was in the works, and it's actually being filmed right now. So, you know, I'm assuming that the hope over there is that as a franchise starter. So why not put all of your time and attention there and ditch the joker? I mean, especially with Joaquin Phoenix filling the role at the end of the year. And I know this is a bold prediction to make this far out. But I just have so much faith in that movie. I just get this feeling like we're gonna hit October. And that one's really gonna pop and once that happens I feel like that's going to be yet. Another reason for him to just move on. Yeah. How do you feel about this? When Jeff I think it's over for him. I think right. The train has moved on. Suicide squad wasn't his fault. I thought he was absolutely fine. He did with David a or wanted a, unfortunately, what David air wanted was proved to be an absolute disaster. Yeah. I thought the design was cool. I would be down. This have him come back. But I just don't see a place for him in the current DC universe. At particularly with the fact that there is another joker. I think that would probably be confusing. Yeah. I think we've probably seen the last of him in the green hair. So there is another joker movie that technically isn't connected film franchise, as we know it thus far, but we still have birds of prey we still have Marla Margot Robbie Harley Quinn who has a connection to his the joker. Let's say Leto doesn't come back. Is it as simple as just saying? All right time to recast like maybe they were slightly considering the suicide squad. No, you don't think. They should we cast the joke. No, no. I think if they bring the joker back in like, a Margot Robie Harley Quinn movie issue, Gerald, it has to be interesting. Yeah. You think that they would recast shorten? I mean, how many guys keep playing poker not actually kind of with Jeff on. And it's you know, I'm not sure how much studio heads are really thinking about this. But it also feels like a little bit of a slap in the face to after all he went through to bring that role to screen, and she gets to continue on with that with her role to that. If they had taken that role kept it in the franchise, but given it to a different. Actor that would have just I mean, it would have established some bad blood. But like you look at the original Batman movies, right? How many times has Batman recast? It was still considered the canon of the world Alfred remained the same. So it's the same Batman just recast as possible to recast. It's not the way it went down as Leto was ridiculed Robbie was elevated. And if that's how it works. Then you recast a match someone who's going to match Robbie's elevation because if you're looking at the joker lexicon, you're really doing something wrong, everyone considers you pretty much in the back of the line. Even behind says a Romero. You got more camel. You've got Leger Jack Nicholson who I'm not a big fan of any more of that version of the joker. But it's somewhere. But if you're all the way in the back, then there's no logical reason I bring him back and say, oh, we can't do this story unless we bring Jared Leto back if you if there was chemistry. You don't think you could cast another white guy. I think you could totally reinvent the joker and have like Keith Stanfield be the joker. So so that it's clear that like Jared Leto joker, maybe met in untimely end somewhere in that universe. And there was a vacuum. And then someone else took the mantle of the joker. But it would have to look completely different. Even if all the other specifics of this whole situation, just I don't even care. What happened make make a whole nother joker movie? In addition to Jared Leto addition to Joaquin Phoenix as long as I get to see Keith Stanfield play the freaking joker. I would love if you want to do. Well, I don't know. Michael b Jordan is Batman lakey STAN billed as the joker. That's a fun as alternate bet movie that we cool. There's there's. A lot of possibilities out there. So it does it. Maybe it does feel a little wrong to completely close the door, especially in such a rich character that is important Harley Quinn's journey to. But it I guess I I mean, I almost feel a little bad for him. Because like you said, Jeff, it, it is just unfortunate circumstances for him the way it was presented in that movie. And the way I imagined that character was designed and then direct it. I don't think he did anything wrong. So I dunno to shut him out that quickly. Something doesn't sit right winter. Yes, he'll find something else. Already has what are we talking about? All right before we move onto story. Number three. I have to remind you guys that we take your live Twitter questions at the end of the show. This is actually going to be the last day that happened. So send that in right now using the hashtag collider movie talk in the future as in on Monday may six we're going to start to work with the live chat more than ever. So if you like sending in Twitter questions, you're going to have an opportunity to speak to us into interact with us during the stories in. In the live chat. So keep that in mind. Tune in Monday are right moving onto story. Number three. This is a big one. So there was a tweet sent out today by Justin Kroll from variety. And he wrote here's a small Batman update for you hearing the script is still being polished up. And that there's a possibility shooting begins at the top of twenty twenty instead of fall two thousand nineteen which means it'll probably still be a minute before we find out who the next Cape crusader will be Jeff you kind of like took that and ran with it and put sure as for dot com. Tell us about it. Yes. So I honestly I was just driving into work today. And I felt like it has been so quiet on the Batman front. Like, eerily quiet, and you get all these like kind of fan boy bloggers, you guys know who I'm talking about the people. I'm not I'm not gonna name names. But they're like oh Batman news coming soon because they're going to start date, or what did they think the start date is? And I've gotten DM's from he'll be an odd. Batman news coming soon. It's coming tomorrow. It's coming this week that guess what? It's not coming. It's not coming anytime soon. You know, why? Because they haven't started casting. They haven't finished the script. So I reached out to cruel just there because I was like he's not going to tell me what names he's hearing. But I'm like are you hearing any names at all? And he's like, no, they're still writing. That's what I thought that this process hasn't started. But you know, and that led girl to to tweet what he did about the potential where production push which is certainly interesting because all those people who already have their false slot taken. Now, maybe they're available in early twenty twenty if production is pushed Sani ways, I decided to sort of go down the rabbit hole. And and you know, recap all the rumors that have been out there. And it started with Jake Jilin. All right. I think that was even John can't be on. This wasn't even on the show. Yeah. I believe we did Jake Jilin hall, and listen he would have been great. Yes, sir. Great actor, my probably my favorite actor right now. But a little too old because I hear that they want twenty five to thirty three Jalen hall, some of these guys thirty seven thirty eight thirty nine so it's hard to actually find a movie star in that twenty five to thirty three range. You've heard Armie hammer who's denied everything we've heard Aaron Taylor Johnson who I think would be a really good pick. But he's not the best pick. I my prick today was Acuff Ron because I just think he is a huge movie star who doesn't star in movies. You know, he he is going to get picked up soon. Whether it's by marvel and DC or maybe his Indiana Jones, or maybe, you know, he was up for Han solo Star Wars just like some he's going to get something huge. I think WB in DC need to jump on him while they still can John hates this idea. He's he's literally you can see him licking his jobs. Why why what do you have against? Why do you first of all as the only resident Greenwich showman defender off? I will defend Ephron in a musical any day and twice on Sunday. And in the neighbors franchise, very funny for that kind of role for that kind of role. I haven't seen anything from him that make make me believe that you can make the leapfrog into Bruce Wayne into Batman carrying a franchise by himself countering. Plus, he's small so those kinds of things, but fact, how you wanna Batman? I wanna large tall statuesque overwhelming. Right atman. You'd like Ben Affleck rollock. And that's why much thing is because right now, we don't know what kind of Batman Matt Reeves his writing is he writing a guy like banana who could just crack skulls. Busy writing the world's greatest detective who may be lives more online than at the gym. I don't know. And none none of us know right now. So it's hard to play that that second of casting aim. But you did say something you don't think Zack Ephron can can carry a franchise. It's a lot to ask him to make that leash. It's anybody. But here's the thing. How many other guys in this twenty five to thirty three space can do that a lot you narrow it down to the importance of finding someone that could be a headliner. That's where I get all hung up on my ideas. Because I mean, the truth of the matter is if we're talking about someone in that age range that could have a headline forgetting the name Batman just bring people into a theater based on their name. Oh, Mon their reputation alone. There's very few that could touch Ephraim Adrian. Yes. My problem with Ephron in particular is kind of like. What you were getting at Roca. I think he's really good in certain things. Like, I love him in neighbors. I think he's perfect with stuff like that. I've seen him in a whole bunch of great films. But and I was kinda telling you about this. I kind of like my Batman, especially for doing a detective sil- Batman here to have a little bit of nuance, his performance, and I haven't I'm not saying that Zach Ephron is incapable of it. But I haven't seen him dig into a role quite like that. Yeah. That's fair. He's not brainy doesn't give off that brainy. Vie. You're an Affleck dozen right either. Really, but he's also an Oscar winning writer. He's intelligent guy. Mary Ben is a movie store. Yes. Use an actor. But he's a movie star. And I think there's there's the Dila nation. Lafrance young. I'm he could be Ben Affleck. And I think paramedics agree. We haven't seen him do a Patterson. Did Patterson went the independent film work with all Kronenbourg all the different directors showing a what he can do the rain? She has grimy gritty dirty roles and great notices for it. People were surprised symptom. Kristen Stewart did went the whole other out. Both of these people have survived the twilight thing and now you can buy Christmas to a plane Lois lane. I can buy a rubber Patterson people have talked with Patterson for possible. Batman short. I would have a hard time with it. But I would be open to the possibility to see what he could do with it. But with Efren he hasn't done that. And maybe the Ted Bundy film, but you have enjoyed are very glowing about and I haven't seen. I haven't either general consensus the word is and he's very good. I'm mixed on it. I I don't get Riley was too. I don't think it's a problem with the performances. I think it's more about the perspective that that story was told from more than anything. So there's you think patents would work, and I really work. I would say we open to it. It's not the first name I would run to because I think f. Mhm has been the greatest showman. That's not a little indie. But that's a huge commercial blockbuster. He just did the beach bum. I don't know. I think that he I like the choices that he's making. He hasn't done any Charlie Saint clouds. Are you kidding Baywatch? Was a great smart vehicle for him. I wish the movie had been a little bit better made almost two hundred million dollars worldwide. Like that was perfect for one hundred and something million dollar budget. Then make money, man. It was is a failure it caused a raw to go at it. With a rate is never is that on Ephron. It's real Dwayne Johnson move. Here's what I'll say Ephron is earnest and believable in that movie him and Allison d Dario come out of that movie. Looking good easily be open. So I'm not against Zach. I just don't know. This is the role for him. I could see Zach as joker that I could buy that the thing that I included in the Arctic cut up by the like becoming the junior is a lot of speculation about as Russia and the flash as Remillard that as would switch over and become Batman know that as. A Canadian fall out as the flash. Oh. And what if right I got no problem would be a better flash Wally west. He'd be a fantastic Wally west smart alecky kind of confused by what's going on in the world. Good-looking got the ads all that will play whether it is Batman or Wally west or someone in the marvel universe. This guy is screams superhero to me screams it and someone is going to Kasmin is a superhero very soon. Okay. I think he he would scream more and like now given the journey we've gone on with the MCI it feels even wrong to say this. But just like strictly looks wise he screams, captain America to me. Now knowing what I did in that role. I would never be put him up for like Adam Warlock that role. The idea of maybe like a joker or going the villainous route. So I can seize ACA fron get weird you like, that's that's what I want to say. I want to see him like go crazy. Miss mississippi. Why should I should I go see them? Getting a little bit of a taste of his range more. So we were tossing around some ideas today and the one that I really liked was Evan Peters. Because I think if anything good came out of every single American horror story season combined together because I know some are hits and misses its that. Evan Peters can do just about anything. And I feel like he is going to get severely short chain with what's going on with dark mix. Even though he had his moment as quicksilver in that franchise for sure he was a scene. Stealer to see him lead as Batman that seems like a really interesting kind of shift for him today. Do you think they'll go with a guy at that level, though? I think that they want a bigger name. I mean, listen, he could go with a complete unknown. We've never even heard of. But it just seems like Batman is a movie star part. And I don't know that Evan Peters is star. John. I'm really just curious who would you put a movie star level with Zach Ephron in that age range, you know, guys, like miles teller and Michael Jordan. But unfortunately. That awkward moment. Cast just pick one. Exactly. That they had their shots. And I don't know that that either of them are good enough or right? A right fit for Batman. But I don't know there's a lot a lot of names in that article. There's twenty five or thirty names half of them are a little too old. Maybe Timothy Shalam as a little too young a little too scrawny little fish, right? So there's a lot of factors to consider who is your favorite name on that list. If not Ephron, I I really liked to Emory Cohen call. I really just think he's an intelligent actor. And he's a little he's a little deli. No, no offense. Look at me Emory. But, but he would really interest me like if he got some some real time, the gym, I wonder what he would look like interesting things. I would. Intensity with how much I love Brooklyn. And I don't think anything could be molar opposite to Batman more. So than his role in Brooklyn. But I am a big fan of his. So I would definitely once maybe it's going to be Armie hammer like everybody thinks it will, you know. He's kind of these got perfect for you. Gotta you got to give them a shot at this man from uncle. Yes. Didn't do that. Well, guy Ritchie whatever, but the chemistry Jim him and Cavill was off the charts and credible and with candor as well that was a fun movie to one with all three of them. And so I think he deserves you won't talk about someone who's prepared to unemployment George Miller Justice could see him play Jordan as green lantern as well. That's a possibility in the game. So I like, but I will I'll fight for Ben Barnes. I know he's thirty seven, but I'll fight for Ben Barnes because he doesn't look thirty seven and he was incredible in the punisher great in the punisher to jump. But you're really thinking of casting Ben Barnes is Batman, you really think that that makes more sense than. Batman, what big movies was he he was doing independent features. But it wasn't leading franchises. I really struggled with if Ben Barnes, Zac Efron. We're standing right here. And you had to pick one for Batman that you'd cast. Ben Barnes over Zack in a heartbeat without hesitation, okay? Because I'm on the fence about that, Catherine. I have to be honest. I would pick second over Ben Barnsley. Yeah. I didn't. Then Barnes is great. But again, I think that might have proven himself to me bore than Ben Murphy your Matt Reeves your Warner Brothers executive. You're gonna push the chips in on Ben barn. What I what I saw in Westworld. And what I saw in the punisher which are. Yes, they're TV shows, but they deal with material that is way more complex and deep. Anything sack has ever done. I'm Dan was able to bring both of those shows like great work. I really don't examine in Arab deep character. That's why I say, he's my favorite superhero, my favorite superhero. But I think you just need a guy who looks good in the mass and can play and can play Bruce, Wayne that you just you just described Batman and Robin. You completely lost me. Now, you're insane. That's Clooney in Batman and Robin's. What you're discussing and Clooney Clooney got cast. Now, Kilmer gut casts. Yeah. But look at look back at that. Iterative franchise compares with some of the more successful one. Those have nothing to do with Val Kilmer. George Clooney, those with Joel Schumacher welfare. But the reason you cast someone like Christian bale in the Nolan thing is because he can bring something to the role that is more than just what's on the paper. I don't know does an empty version. Of this character to when you're talking about him being a detective and focusing on that you need someone where you can look at their face. Whether it's in the mask or not and see the wheels turning in their heads. See them stewing see them trying to put the pieces together. So there's no way you could just say the best possible scenario for us with this franchise is saying pretty face above certain other elements that should be considered before you have someone in that role. Do you like Richard Madden? Yeah. As a possibility like I liked the bodyguard, and of course, game of thrones. But I don't know if he's the guy. I don't know if he's Bruce Wayne. Yes, that's. Oh, man and a super I can't see him as Bruce Wayne, right and Ephraim I can see his both. I have like I said I haven't seen the Bundy movie yet. But there's a guy who who had two faces and presented one public and had a much more violent alter ego. Private just like, Bruce, Wayne. I like your Daniel Khalil seduction. I think he is a great example and talk about a guy who we've seen put onto faces with how he was in get out as our hero. And then you look at a movie like widows, whoa. That he's got a couple of like super dark sinister scenes in that movie. Let me ask you about one other name on the list because he is starting to get some heat. And listen that is why I did the list because I do have some informed. It's informed speculation. It's not just fan, boys. Saying I liked him in this. I like doing that. I know who has heat right now. Christopher Abbott is a guy who has a lot of heat catch twenty two. But here's my question. If you're Christopher Abbott and you start having some discussions about Bamiyan naturally. You're going to go to George Clooney who you just worked with on catch twenty two gave you this big break. And you're going to say, George Clooney. What should I do if you were me would you do it? So let me ask you if you're George Clooney, what do you tell him? Well, I think it's a completely different situation. Now again, like we were all just talking about that was a different type of Batman moving compared to. But I think this is going to be Christopher Abbott. I think has officially gone to the tippy top of my list. He is so undervalued in this industry. It drives me nuts. I say, it's certainly a possibility consider and have a conversation maybe in a screen test for I don't think he goes to Clooney at all. Because like Harry said it's a completely different franchise. Completely more way. More accomplished director than Joel Schumacher walking into the right? And maybe if you're Clooney. That's what you say. You say listen, I was working with Joel Schumacher. I was screwed from the Matt Reeves is a really smart talented, filmmaker, you know, I think you should go ahead and do or does he say, listen batmans going to change your life and not necessarily for the best. Like, you've got a great track right now key like keep moving on that track that you're going on and try to ignore all these big budget distractions around. I wonder what he said I would find it ironic. Clooney said they Clooney made his living off those of being the pretty guy in the room doing these once he did no longer, right? Right. And that's what's happened over the last few years, but this kid what you're talking about. He's got some. It's funny you suggest that guy apparently lights up and you light up about it. Why? Because he doesn't just walk around with a pretty face guy brings death the complexity of the roles he does. And that's what you need for Bruce, Wayne and Batman, especially if you're gonna do it again, if you're gonna do it again, and the after the colossal debacle mistakes, you may with Ben Affleck because that's not Ben Affleck's fault adult. I'll go to my grave saying that you want to bring someone with a new and interesting take. Who's going to be able to carry this thing emotionally the weight of the loss? The parents the weight of this trying to navigate the world without them the anger Yeston ago sheet as well and the lines he comes close to crossing. You gotta bring it comes back to the name of the poster thing where he's not even as well known as a right, sure. But I don't think I don't think Reeves is the name. I really don't think it matters to. I think it would actually behoove them to cast someone who has the acting chops. Basically take this franchise all the way and actually make a really great movie with Bette reads versus trying to get attention by just finding the most famous person you do that with Peter Parker with Tom Holland wasn't a big name either. But the thing about Tom, Holland is Spiderman you're in the Basque, and that mask is all the way, you know, like, that's just the CGI character swinging from skyscraper disguise scraper. I love what Tom Holland is brought to the role of Peter line for hot. Anyways, been we eat up the entire show who is a worthwhile discount. Brought evening today. Just because it's it's time to discuss it it is. And hopefully, we'll get some more concrete information, and we're going to continue to cover it on movie talk live every single day of the week at three pm. Now, we have one more story to hit briefly. It is a brand new trailer for paramount movie called crawl its survival. Harsh slash disaster film following Haley played by Kaya, Scott alario who tries to find her missing father during a hurricane only to become trapped as the flood waters rise and these floodwaters are filled with Gators the movie opens up July twelve Roka not a big fan. But you do like the shallows and this gets the shallows vibes a little bit. Again, I have to clear by keep miss rose enemy Perry. I am. I am a horror fan of good or not just horror. So I am selective. In that way. This looks like hurricane heist with Gators. So it hits all my buttons. And you're right. The shell is a great comparison as well. I love the shallows for whatever reason. I think Joan Collins say Sarah did a fantastic job of that film and Blake lively has never been better as an actress in that film than she was in the shallows bis looks act. I was ready to ridicule. This thing within thirty to forty five seconds. And as it went along. I was like this is kind of a little bit inventive in fun. It should be cheesy. I should hate this thing. But the people involved in it have some credibility in the John RIA that they're working in. So I to me when I was done. I was like, I don't think I mind seeing this. If I got a screening did you call them Juan Carlos. This is your color, sir. John McCall it John. I thought this looked like a lot a lot of down. Get away with it. Yeah. You spell it. J E Desio L E T. Yes. And then SRA S E R R. I thought it was anyways. Oh, yeah. The spelling bee here, he glider. Oh, you see footage from this at Santa Monica. No, they showed they showed the trailer. I thought it looks like a lot of fun. I really I like, and I like Ramey. This looks like deep Lucy with alligators. Shallows comp to I think there's, you know, hopefully, a good father daughter story that anchors this because the whole thing is about her trying to save her dad was kinda stuck in in this crawlspace. I think. Yeah. I I've heard it's super gory. You know, it's not going to hold back on on that front. This is a hard. Our heads got get chomped. There is plenty of blood. So I think it will be a fun summer movie. Yeah. This is my kind of movie I will say though, this picture makes me freaking nervous. That dog. I am checked out. It's not gonna happen. I can't wait to see. This little very pepper has silently just slid into dad rules like wasn't private Ryan just a few years ago. No it was longer than that. You're like. Oh, wow. Now, he's a dad playing dad rules. Oh, well, that's why Roque is going to go. See this Barry pepper transition into dad's zone. All right. We are moving onto our plugs. And we have a lot of them. Collider live coming your way tomorrow morning as always and oh, we have a weekend show called mailbag. And that guy John Roco said what is on the lineup this week, we go Jay Washington, and we got Jason image. It'll be on Saturday on Sunday. Jason's got something to plug their alive episode of his guys doing over there in at the arena, sit allow show he's coming on to answer questions from the fans and also plug that. And don't forget tomorrow live sports time, Josh Koga, Jay Washington. And Matt knows we doing a live sports time there at one o'clock on the club sports YouTube pockets, right? If you. Guys at wanna see detective Pika chew. We got a cool opportunity for you. You can enter to win tickets. 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It is going to be a blast. I cannot wait to continue celebrating movies with you guys are right Twitter questions we have so little time. I really want to ask this one right now this one came from Nick Navarro. So he wrote Jeff Fowler. The director of the sonic movie has publicly stated on his Twitter that he is heard the internet's outcry and is going back to the drawing board with the design of sonic. Is this good news smart news or giving into internet, bullying, bro? The design wasn't the issue with that damn trailer. It was everything around it. In those terrible nineteen nineties jokes were Jim Carey was cutting off a poor Christopher advocate that actor's name. There. Sadly, cutting them off every single time. That was ridiculous. It was not the design of sonic. I don't think that's the issue here. Well, that's one of the big. Issues, but you see that one image. That's been going around about a fan online. We in a single day took their design of sonic, and basically changed the whole field. I mean, I don't I didn't look at the specifics. But the one thing that I really noticed that made a big difference is they basically took out Sonics, oddly, human legs and gave them, you know, shorter cartoon legs. Right. All of a sudden, I couldn't believe it for a couple of reasons. I'm wondering first of all I'm trying to find out how true it it's. Because the idea of them redesigning this entire character. At this point seems impossible. This seems like about face lie to just appease fan base. I don't see any possible way that they can go back into the movie at this point six months before it opens, which means like five months before press screenings or whatever like and just redesign an entire character. And we do all be factually seems impossible how much time and how many years go into making a. Movie. I don't do that doesn't seem moneywise also money. Why would you bright reams like if it's on cost? Why why do you spend more money? If it seems like something isn't working the other thing is it's just like dude, you cannot give in to the to the to the social media crowd. Like, you cannot have them designing your characters. You can't have the making the movie, it doesn't even matter for movie turns out bad. This is a bad precedent to set for yourself as a filmmaker with the rest of your career to look forward to this. Jeff Fowler's, very young guy. He's like forty years old, and they gave him a pretty big movie and forget the budget on this thing, the marketing budget would make your eyes pop of your head believe me. I think it looks fine. I think the movie will do just fine. I think that it's a few years too late that this movie should have been made ten years ago, our kids still playing sonic Sega even still exists like some of the jokes ten years ago. That's for sure. Listen, it's going to be a throwback to ninety s Jim Carrey. I heard that he walks away with the movie that it's a really fun performance. I like Ben Schwartz. I like James Marsden. I like a lot of the elements here. I don't really care what the design is. He's a blue Bala for either way, you'll look at it. I don't need them to always teeth are ES human Keith. Who cares what its teeth or like like, I just I fans get blown get crazy about the wrong thing. So I don't believe Jeff valor that they're going to fix it. And I definitely don't think that he should have even gone on social media and said he was going to fix it. I know we're running out of time. But this is a conversation. We may need to revisit down the road. This idea of this new generation of filmmaker being beholden to the social media reaction is this going to start becoming the norm that studios executives and who grew up in the social media generation to bring a lot of weight to those reactions and have that altar movies or how they're made or how go back to the drawing board at redo stuff like this. No one who is going to spend twelve dollars on a sonic movie is now no longer giving there's twelve dollars because of the design. Thinks it's true. But I mean, you bring up a good point. That's the world we live in. I mean, we see it happen. All the time with TV shows that are cancelled we experience it all the time right here in our teeny tiny corner of the world where we like to hear what you guys think all the time. We know some of you are unhappy that movie talk is being shaved down to twenty minutes. But believe in us, we're gonna make it a great change. You're going to come back to this show. Monday may six three PM. 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FOF #2954 Zac Efrons Face Shocker

"What is going on with. Zak ephron face g in a video promoting bill nye's new environmental awareness earth day. The musical fans were left gasping when zac appeared in the video looking like he had botched plastic surgery going to more lip gloss to gloss lease blitz. Today we dig deep to find out what happened. Is zack ephron space and so much delicious pop culture goodies was the two thousand twenty. One academy awards the most boring oscars ever whatever happens the worst dressed list. The new documentary street gang. How we got to sesame street opens in theaters average size for dogs. Shrinking around the world and ricky martin is living la vida santa with his new greybeard. I'm fausto furnace. Mark billion and this is feast of fun bags. She banks crazy. Santa claus ricky. Martin i am not ready for the grey beard. You were surprised I was like oh my god. we're all aging is. A happy guy never knew that everybody except me. I never do. The puerto ricans could ever have graybeards. I thought they all died the black. Like there's like forty gay men outside of ricky martin's home being like we had an agreement dire beard black. You cannot grow old you must be young forever like zafran. So how do you like. The ricky martin looks so those photos are around for sherline magazine. Which is shown is beautiful in german. The thing about ricky martin is he next to and i i'm puerto rican and super gay and for a while. I was the most world most famous openly gay. Puerto rican man. I know that sounds crazy. The tribune called you and said the chicago. Theo's famous out. Gay puerto rican. How do you feel about ricky martin. Coming out you like girl. We all knew ever come on. There is a there is a when ricky martin did come out this a joke. The chicago tribune did interview. Me about it and i was like cool. We've all known he's gay for years. But because you know. Puerto rico is a small community in some ways and ricky martin is been known to he goes out to the clubs like always clubbing. Outlook loves but you know. And so you know i would say like in terms of decisions that he makes in choices he has the heart and soul of puerto rico beating strong fears and deep. And this is somebody who you know for a while was in the closet. He was campaigning. For george w bush we have performed right well performing campaigning and he was paid here except that check and i think in in recent years. He's really done an amazing job undoing a lot of the harm that he may have directly or inadvertently caused and embraced progressive. Causes and really try to push puerto rico into a new consciousness that includes lgbtq p. I was part of the revolution down. There yeah. He was on a truck with a rainbow. Anna puerto rican flag waving and shaken his baumbach. Everybody's like loves ricky martin and he can do no wrong and that didn't really change. There was a lot of people that kind of when he was in the closet. There was a lot of contempt for him right. Yeah i mean he know when he came out and he got a book. Deal got oprah winfrey talking to him you know he's like he was like the way that colton underwood of his day. Well it's more like a megan. The you know prince harry's off right right what's her. I'm megan markle. Megan markle windsor mountbatten. But you know a lot of people especially like black. Americans are like girl. What did you think you were going to get into marrying the prince of england your discovered racism all of a sudden so there's not a lot of sympathy for her and there was not a lot of sympathy for ricky. Martin he famously was asked pointblank by barbara. Walters are you gay barbara. Walters says she regrets doing yeah. She's feels like she ruined his career and the book audition. I think she wrote about that right. She talked it was just like i don't know what to say to. That is like it's just like he's just see his bank account. Go to win tickets. These things happen because those songs that he did at that point in time right before. Then we're so amazingly they were monster head and you know. I can't think of probably at this point now again musician. Whose had worldwide success. Because you know you can be famous in. The united states and you can be famous in south america and central america and europe and asia and year in russia in europe and he was just like a worldwide sensation with with that living la. Vida loca an all those songs that were being used for soccer games and stuff like that so he has paid a he was a huge star and still is to this day. So then you know. A young queer performer called little nas x. Latin dance with the devil and ricky martin's people paid attention. Said what's good for the goose is good for the gander. And they dragged up ricky martin and put them in a bunch of like worry kind of wild club. Draggy kind of gear. He's wearing a little bit of makeup now and he's we make up before you just didn't notice well. Yeah he's wearing eye shadow. He's wearing lips sports. You wearing man lashes man lashes man. So we were walking down in lakeview the gay neighborhood in chicago and we saw the sign on a like a rejuvenation while i was landing shop in place where they probably do nails and facials and all that kind of stuff. And then they were like lashed lengthening. What did the little side. So there's an ad and it has a man smiling. With nice that looks. He looks like zaka frond with the plastic surgery or we don't know we're going to turn second but so it says men lash lift lashes have no gender lash lift for men are becoming the hot new thing for the longest time men getting lashes and extensive modifications were thing of taboo and the co cooperate world so copra cooperate cooperate world so if you're a busy ceo. And you want to flirt with the other lessening but you know for some guys Some people they just don't have lashes or they have little tiny lashes and so they were the the colors so present people that they want to correct that orth. I'll tell you what like if i am being scolded by own fifty shades of grey. Co you know. I want him have the most beautiful lashes. Do you ever wear mascara as boy. I used to wear a lot of makeup. And you know in and out of whatever gender identity. I was presenting okay. I'm throughout the course of my life. I'm thirty three years old. okay. I'm forty nine. My and i'm younger than ricky martin to you are yeah. He's well according to his wikipedia. Entry according to my wikipedia. I think he's older than older than me. He's like okay. Yeah and so sister is four years old them And listen. I hope i look as good as the the micro lady eyebrows done kate from teen mom. Oh gee an mtv and vh. one twist. But i think they replayed on the paramount network to now don't they every time that episode airs. Somebody takes a picture of it and sends it to me. I think you should write. 'cause you need another appointment for that micro blading and see if she's doing like these Eyelash lifts your look like bambi. I love flowers so for me. It's like i've i've been very gender. Non conforming my entire life and it is interesting to see like the things that were associated being. Sissy are now kind masculine. Well you manage been wearing makeup historically for you know for her but even you know When i first moved chicago. I worked with a guy and he said he wore. He still make up the makeup counter and he's talking about the guy something like oh guys. Because i was young. I didn't need much makeup back. Like oh you guys two guys like drag. We know guys at one foundation and some powder and i said really. What kind of guys is it like. You know like you guys like in their forties wants to to look a little bit better twelve cosmetics and early nineties. They were They hired rupaul and they were catering and marketing to gay men or men. In general who wanted to put a little makeup to look their best. And i remember like us going to a Podcasting media expos. And you know when we would do public appearances and speak we would drag it up in fact when when we take cooking with drag queens for example market i are wearing about as much makeup as drag queens isn't designed to look like stage makeup or drag one. We're doing the boys like we have a couple of that. Can that are coming out very shortly. And those those were actually wearing dragged for. Yeah actually but in terms of when we're we're present regardless of gender presentation or the costume. We are always wearing a lot of makeup and people are always like you. Don't look like your pictures and person. And i'm like darling. It may be. It's maybe maybe it's photo-shy you do. I don't wear a whole lot of me. I'm not wearing any makeup right now but there are times. i wanna. There are times. When i want to look real good. You know and it's like if i had zaka franz money i would consider Getting botox and plumping. And all that shit you know but it's like for me it's like that's just. That is a rich man's game. And i'm a podcast or well you know there's it all depends on what your priorities are right. Do you want to pay your rent or do you want to get that kind of thing. You want to be a sex worker or do you want to get talks. You want to like eat or do you want to get bowe talks like you have to make sacrifices to look this good and so you know. We chatted with the scientists at anacin and they said patricia. Neal we've been out of business for thirty years. Why do you keep calling us actually. Dad didn't you die. Scientists damn so justly justin g. The scientists that anderson human. Ken doll our in house. Expert on plastic surgery said. He doesn't know if that has had work done but it certainly looks like that from the video where he was making a guest appearance briefly in bill. Nye's environmental awareness project earth day. The museum and i looked at it. And i said you know he looks like jocelyn wildenstein. The cat lady from new york city right. I mean he's have a t shirt with her face on it his way. And so you know for for those of us who sort of rediscovered his sexuality. And i think especially for gay men interest men in general. It's hard for us to embrace our beauty as we age I think that's true for all americans and all genders too and so it was really kind of fun to see him with his daddy on down to earth and the net flicks documentary guru his. And that's not us and it'd be it'd be lucky commie play but so so it was nice to see him. You know sport has dad bod'ed and you know how this is where people call you. Dad like His muscular and trim well compared to what he was in shape today. What okay you know. He was closer to the physics and he says he would never ever have that body that he had for bay walks again. He's like down earth just like it's just so it was it was Insane huge i described what he had to go through for that to have that physique. What is it like with bodybuilding. That people think that it's like has to happen all the fucking time evenly celebrities. They're like like when. I see somebody who's really shredded cut. I'm thinking probably. That was a brief week or two in the last year. I'm not getting to that point. It's the three or four weeks to months beforehand to you know it's not only just that one week you look like that it takes. You have to summits right. You have to get to one summit and and you reach that level then you reach another level and finally you get to that peak. Have you ever tried like a intentionally like cutting like do. I look like i've tried intentionally. Cutting someone said about henry cavill. She likes to listen at one point. In time. when. I came back from europe. I was one hundred and fifty five pounds. How much way now. I'm Well you know the opportunities. That's good then to the thirties. And yes sameer and for me. It's like i want to be happy. And i also want to be healthy and i wanna look good. I also want to set a good example for myself and for other people and you know at the same. I'm i'm a ruthless bitch. I'm willing to do whatever it takes to look fierce and fabulous. I'm a drag queen. Why don't you do it. Because it's and i don't know how to do it. And part of it is like when i started like calculating calories of food. It was easy to do that when you had like scrambled eggs and potatoes and you know like but when you make like a casserole or lasagna. You're like i don't know what what's killary breakdown of those. It's really hard. It gets more complicated. So one of the things. I'm thinking about doing is having a star of fitness podcast that specifically tailored to lgbtq people that kinda exhau- examines a lot of these ideas and more in depth and with our kind of sense of humor involved in it. Because you know a lot of these fit. His videos are just so serious about this stuff. And they're so dry and some people are very scientific and it's all about you gotta put that hard work and it was like well. Yeah of course you have to put that hard work and but you have to make it. So jerko nian draconian just breathe. You know that so zacks face face. Does he have botox. Yes or no. Well i think that a lot of celebrities do have botox right. He's early thirties. He's probably started blow toxic. Do it now to prevent it. I had i got boateng's once i got got a i got a gift certificate for and i liked the results and one number little flush with cash. I'm gonna go back. And i'm going to get some more because these little eleven's as they call it but you know they went away when i got the boat talk so i do appreciate getting both talks gift certificate and so are mark. I got him the the woman who was there she was like malania trump. Kind of You know fem bought from russia and she was like you must have twice as much botox to undo the damage. That life has done on your really. Yes she was. She was not like that to me to be you. European your skin is so good now she was she i think she thought that i was like fifty shades of grey. Kind of bottoming for own. You know oh she was like well you know what is the plot of fifty. Shades of grey is basically. This woman gets a job at a corporation and she assets with the ceo. Yes any beater ties her up and she likes. Yes. it's consensual. yes and so. She unlocks a level sexuality in something basically into sexual harassment in the work. That is it's based on. It was originally a twilight fan. God but because the person wrote that. She couldn't capitalize on that so she just changed. The vampire to a ceo and bella became the secretary for a short time. Suburban women were buying sadamasa kissed stuff at target and honey. They still are and bring it home to their husbands and their husbands life. Lucy you got some explaining to do so. Probably you know probably bo talks. He's probably had a little peel or at least some expoliation that kind of stuff and you know guys if he had like maybe facial wasting or anything like that or he had like a like his face was sagging. Maybe lost some weight or a. I'd don't need some. Maybe taking a medication where he's losing fatness face so they're like plump it up or maybe he's trying to be eighteen again but the thing is one of his movies. Oh my god you're right. It is right us. It's so the active forgot about that. Maybe we subconsciously in my eighteen ron And so the so you know that may have been the case. Maybe he got stung by bees. But you don't know he is into that kind of like be therapy It could be maybe. He ate shellfish. He's allergic to it. We don't know what happened to him. And and a lot of people are like you know kind of like you may be giggling now but like people were giggling. When chadwick boseman black panther came the photos of him on the internet and he died at the age of forty three from colon cancer so he may have health issues right now. We don't know what's going on so you know but part of it is. I think you know with hollywood is that there is a lot of highs and lows a lot of unrealistic expectations that we place upon ourselves. Because we see these movies and we're dazzled by their beauty and we want to inhibit that beauty. We wanted to stay in keep looking at. It didn't the weekend. Do some kind of thing used to filter to make it. Look like he had plastic surgery to that. Everybody's like what happened to you. Oh my god. And i'm like i'm trying to get my snapchat filter to do the pillow face hauled. I can't get it to work. So i'm like a gershon just after. Use my lips. Just pull amok. Norma guys haven't seen one of our videos the insane beauty treatments it's fowleri beauty three and beauty treatments that you can see it on youtube channel. I was back in the day when we used to make short films with victoria. Lamar may she rest in. Peace victoria and salt. Tina decided that daffy do mount wasn't doing enough to enhance her beauty so they were going to treat her to a beauty regimen. That goes a little south. Yeah like a drill bits. We're like asking our friends like give. Give give us a bunch of fucked up shit to use as props very three stooges my favor as you check the lime. Jello your lips and people like. How did you do that. And i was like. We made prosthetic lip. We took Gel so we took jello into a syringe and acted like we were going to inject it into our thing but then we actually made the prostatic lips out of knox gelatin right. Yeah actual jealous gelatin and it's not something that sticks on for a long time you know but a worked for that short period of time. Yes yeah so. It does look like we've had like you know trout mouth. Yeah or pillow fe. Hot minutes a hot minute. I have to say. I think by makeup skills. We're pretty good with doing the abrasions. Now i think that people have created kind of this double standard because nobody said anything when alaska thunder faulk bianca or sharon needles or any of these reu girls who get flush with cash and they get worked on their face. Got people all talk about not really they. Don't they just got. Oh you look so fierce girl you know whereas what sack ephron they're like oh major hollywood star yeah so maybe the and chadwick. Boseman was kind of similar thing. Yeah but you know you have to be careful when you when you about people in their in their bodies and stuff. Because we don't know what's happening you don't you know it's not your business what's happening in some in some instances with zach. You know he's kind of like this icon of of male beauty and so when you see like Because it looks like he had like plumping done. And you're like why zach. Why and we don't know if he's just like pranking us and to get us to talk about Earth day the musical. Listen i love the planet earth. It's my favorite planet. All of the universes i'm little partial to uranus offer those klingons but she were obsessed with celebrities. How look how they look a the oscars just happened. Everybody's you know. We don't really have the worst dressed list steady more but we're all kind of like going with halle berry's hair like what happened to that hair looking like the melon cat melons melancholy. This means that somebody cut a mel a wig into a little honeydew melon and plopped on their cats head took a picture of it and it looks just like halle berry. And you know that's part of the thing about what i've always liked melon melon cat. The thing i've always liked about the oscars is i'm a big fan of fashion off the rails when people spend a lot of money with very little taste or misguided direction like ricky martin's drag. Today i think has a little bit of that in there. Where he's like he's not he's just throwing money at the at the lens Just to see what happens. And ricky martin can do no wrong and with a lot of these celebrities is kind of the same thing and so it's really fun to see like the world have kind of a shock and odds sort of be Dazzled by the the weirdness of bad fashion or extreme fashion like like the way that people are so fear and get so their panties in a bunch over. Billy porter's red carpet lungs. And they're like why can't he be normal like lady gaga. Who marched now but other people celebrating their like you're breaking gender barriers and it's fantastic but you know for the for the with the celebrities in this red carpet. Nobody wants to take a while chance anymore. Everything's just kind of like this is. This'll be fine. I like this i think. Most people like regina kings. Beautiful butterfly drafts. That kind of thing. I was kinda hoping the it has like these wings. That are front. you know. it's almost like a little color. Actually thought it was a beautiful draft. I should beautiful. I was kinda hoping that backward flip up to one of those like dinosaurs. It spits venom at ban. that'd be really cute cute. She done that next year. Regina call me girl. I got lots of regina. Regina regina regina king king regina girl your fashion as fierce however it can be fiercer and then for the man colman. Domingo looked fantastic in that pink outfit pink end for matt. Pink has always and so the the thing about nine point eight million people watch the oscars which is like down almost sixty percent from the last osteopor- really it's the record low in the history of the podcast. I think. For a lotta casts. Yeah we used to have. We used to always do podcast. Just on the oscars that we'd watch them report on but it's just like the oscars have of changed over the years but definitely this year has is really changed because of covid and almost a return to like the old days when celebrities would sit at these tables and they would fill in a hotel and evolve room. I just want to thank the academy for this. Distinguished honor and to christina and christopher all a good night joan crawford accepted the comedy academy award from her home in bed bad at like. I kind of wished that like if they are going to go back to the originals old school. og style original gangster style. It would be really fun of. They got celebrities in their jacuzzis or beds. Or you know accepting the award because because what was the woman who played a camilla parker boils. She won an oscar and she stood on the stage. I'm just like. I didn't think i was going to win so i didn't prepare us being shown my god this thing so heavy steven soderbergh going to be so mad at me. I just want to thank the academy and everybody that i work with. Thanks have your piece out. I'd have just like blue. I didn't get to watch a whole lot. Because i was at home visiting family and my mom's not doing too well so i spent with her. We were watching some other stuff because she hasn't seen any of the movies so she enormously. She loves the but she's like. Let's just watch something else. And i think you know with people not going to the this past year. It took a lot of energy from it. You know people weren't rooting for it. Of course you're watching stuff on streaming but you know go into the theater. It's it's a community event and the oscars is a community event. And so you're missing that kind of thing and you guys about like how. What are we talking about as a society where we wanna be. And i think that's been the hardest thing about the pandemic and part of it is now. I think regressive people want to harm. There's this weird kind of jealousy and you know malevolence that some people have where if even if it hurts them. They're okay with it because they hurts people they hate as well So they're willing to take a loss or damage themselves if they if it knows that it hurt somebody they're bigoted or prejudice against and i think you know certainly republicans politicizing the covid pandemic and refusing to wear masks author about this pandemic and stretching it out necessarily and thank god. You know. we've gotten leadership under joe biden. And you know he's turning out to be a lot more progressive than we expected them to not according to lady. Bonnie lady bunny. She's she's rejecting alexandria. Ocasio cortez and Bernie sanders now. So i don't know where she sits on the political spectrum birds back to the movies though is thousand nights night. We went to the movies for the first time since. Gosh what was the last movie we saw last year. February was marched. Maybe i think it was a documentary. But i can't remember what it was because i was i thought we had seen homeward bound or that. That that pixar animated movie. But i think we saw that online think we saw that online. Yeah so we saw something last february probably but so it's been all over a year that have been in the movie january. He's like as soon as we found out about code. We were of like What should we do so street gang. How we got to sesame street as a documentary based on michael davis's book street gang the creation of sesame street which we famously did a podcast with michael into thousand nine for years about before the kevin clash elmo scandal and so we didn't talk about that with him but we went really in deep talking about everything queer and everything that sesame street change the way we see. Our lives are identities diversity. Children it really like push american society to be more progressive and to have discussions on racism and the first place and just to give kids especially kids in the inner cities that had start. You know because kids were just watching mindless television. Like hey let's teach kids words in the alphabet and numbers in learning that stuff very early on is super important and in the documentary even say if a child is watching that show with an adult and then adult can reference some of those things so talk about those things with the child. It improves their memory and their retention. And they're learning so much more and you know so like i'm obviously we're very influenced by mister rogers neighborhood and sesame street on this podcast and a lot of ways what we do on the podcast is sort of. Continue those ideas children of that yeah. We're you know you never stopped being a child. You just grow bigger. But they're still have the emotional needs of uncertainty the needs to connect to people the need to talk about your feelings and the need to be loved and to give love. And that's what we try to do here on the podcast vs the the talk about that with a humorous bent for adults with lgbtq identity and sensibility front and center and so for me it was. It was really great to see a lot of behind the scenes footage on how that show was made the playful nature of of them especially the relationship between jim. Henson and frank. Is you know like you and i and a lot of ways. But not gay or married but their wives were saying like you know my husband would leave the house and be with jim. Henson or frank oz. Four days a week for four days back like was nothing like they describe sesame street as the other child in the family. But it was you know or the other mistress and jim hansen. He did have mistresses. Most famously was Daryl hannah So who is janice was his muppet. He's she was like a female version of janice so lake. Really didn't really operate her with the arms so street gang fantastic film in theaters in theaters. Now we went to see the does not talk anything about the game. Puppeteer richard hunt. Did harry monster who died of aids. That was a missed opportunity. Because they're only. The book goes in deepen that talk about. How barney almost destroyed sesame street and it doesn't talk about how jim henson wanted the muppets to kind of go in their own direction. Commercially and then have some of the other Puppets stay with sesame street. So his mind he had a clear delineation between the two of them and kermit was kind of like this special little frog. That spanned both worlds right. So he's still part of sesame street and still part of the commercial world. There's another muppet that span. Both worlds that is ralph. Ralph ralph predates thing. He was the when the he was really the first fully form muppet that before kermit was kind of a proto muppet and like he was not necessarily a frog he was just a little creature. And ralph was the dog who ran by the morale phone was on the jimmy dean show and made appearances and everything and get a lot of people. Don't know about that but You know in. In terms of the documentary there is a there was a kickstarter to crowdfunding campaign for them to animate a lot of stills to create like to do a lot more with it and it looks like i don't know if they were successful whether fundraising efforts there was also discussion. That children's television workshop which became sesame street workshop was going to do a behind the scenes documentary of their own. And that never happened so it's really great. That street gang actually got some of this project done. Because a lot of these things are sitting vaults and they crumble into the sands of time so you have to find smooth passionate pursue these kinds of things. And how many times did you cry during this movie. Oh i'd actually you know and part of it is you know like i am feeling older and it's like our mothers are getting very sick and you know they're having medical issues and it's like you know this pandemic has been very lonely and i feel like the whole world has aged so much in this past year and it's been mentally and physically very stressful on everybody including myself and you know people are doing anything. It takes to survive to be happy to connect to stay connected. Not just to each other but to their authentic sell like you know like describe like the best part of me is you saw. That's true and and by that i mean is that you know my consciousness when you're married somebody when you live with somebody for so long part of your consciousness lives in that other person and so when that person is away are gone. You not fully feel like your complete self. Now some people may describe that as code appended. But that's just the nature of love and the nature of family and relationships and you know so in terms of seeing this. It reminded me of all the love that i received by so many amazing people and there are no longer with us and how that love lives in me and it lives in you and the listeners of the show and it's really great to be able to offer you know it's a real honor for for me personally to be able to do this podcast. Sixteen years three thousand shows coming around the corner. It's it's a thrill and sesame street in some ways it's become just another kid's tv show on. Hbo now and does air on public television stations. But it was not the kind of now. It is a very established Program designed to educate children and it was not this pioneering groundbreaking progressive vehicle that it was in one thousand nine hundred seventy s right because we have a lot of options. Now we've learned a lot more about education so and so in other ways like that's why we do. This podcast is because we're hoping to educate ourselves to move the world forward to to be more progressive. Angie creative community because i think about our our listeners. You know it's an audience but it's also a community it's people have met each other through the podcast and married each other. They become friends and bonded over it. Yeah it really is to me. Like i'm very moved when when people are like i'm getting married and i'm like weren't you like twelve years old last year. So it really when people share those photos with with us. It's really heartwarming street gang. You know sesame street. One thing that i discovered in documentary as how much the muppets remind. Especially the muppet monsters. Remind me of dogs. Are dog jesse own. So you know like jesse when he winds or bags or pleads there's there's a quality of him like grover and when he's like you know scarfing down on food cooking monty's cookie monster's there's a lot of like animal qualities to these muppets and in a lot of ways. There's a lot of wisdom that the puppeteers had that jim henson. And and all those craters josh stone and everybody else fran who brought these the the relationships they had with the animals and the children in their lives and brought them into the world to see so. It has great behind the scenes footage. Definitely check it out. Yeah definitely check it out Well it's interesting you know caitlyn jenner's always been interested in politics right. Republicans she really thought. Donald trump was really going to be great for transgender people. Why would you think that Wishful thinking because you know. Republicans live in their own world sometimes and So she's decided she's going to run for governor of california at her like her promotion pick. It's her in a car with an with the dog dog. She's looking at the dog while she's driving people like a yacht. You're known for hitting somebody in a car and killing them. Is this what you want. But then people while she is a republican. And that's what they run on buckle up. Yeah that's south park. Oh yeah yeah they. They did a parody of her south park. Did it basically she. I think she runs political office in south park. Oh gosh really i. If i'm not aware but definitely a parodied. Her like running people parnham chorus. The the media kinda wants to be like. Oh she's running like and and make kind of a big deal out of it but every person just like no we don't need are anti person that has any kind of interested in politics or knowledge in politics would describe caitlyn jenner as deeply unqualified. She's not somebody that has any business running you know. What is california's california. This fifth sixth largest economy in the world maybe top ten. It's you know it's a bigger economy than half south america. Yeah never understand sort of that. He have when they want to be president of the governor. It's like i'm like if you're interested in politics. Why don't you like volunteer at a library town council somethin- be part of your condo association board. You know it's like i like. What is it about certain people that they want to get the highest office. They can when they first run And caitlyn jenner. It's like i think you know a lot of lgbtq people know how rotten harmful she is but people outside our community. They don't know they're like would it be great to have a transgender person. Caitlyn jenner. i'm like no not. Everybody is the same. We are not a monolith right. And i kinda describe caitlyn jenner kind of like a person who came out as lgbtq because of the internet. She's never really had relationships with other transgender people or other transgender. Women were aware but they did say that she reality in her reality. She did try to transition in the nineties. But they kind of pulled back because of Sh- fear you know. She has a lot of money she she also at one point in time was a celebrated olympic. And i think lot of these people. Have this idea that i did it all by myself. You know. burqa roofs. And and what is the bucker. Who is that's what they say on south park buckle up buckler rules you run somebody over and so i like i run into some people. They like have no connection to a community. They don't understand the impacts of their conservative views or regressive views and they're like i came out all by myself. So why do we need any of this stuff. Why basically like lgbtq equality by your own. Bootstraps i was born wealthy. Why isn't everybody else born wealthy. Well you know and she has accomplished some amazing india in her life but she didn't do it by herself. she did it with amazing training and amazing quart. I think it's really interesting. A lot of these athletes they just think they vented their sport. They excelled at it all by themselves. They're like a lot of these instagram fitness models. They're all like i go to my gym and lifted weights all by myself and mike the pretty much there was somebody opening the doors for you and cleaning up after you. You know. there's a staff. There was a personal trainer that you worked with. You have a training coach. Probably you didn't just do it by yourself. You learn from somebody else and know. That's learning his love. Yeah day you stop. Learning is the day you start dying. That's what my sister says over really. Yeah and in your if you have this attitude that you know everything or that you basically can figure out anything. Sometimes you can't figure out things. Yeah sometimes you need to ask expert or just say like. I don't know the solution but we can together find some solution That's that's that's a really hard concept for people to grasp and a lot of these regressive people like caitlyn jenner. Have this like lack of knowledge is very frightening to her and part of it is like you know her resistance coming out and transitioning is about control it's about control of her body and her comfort levels and you know listen. We know from first hand experience that coming out of the closet is terrifying and difficult and emotionally stressful and dangerous for some people but at the same time. It's like you know. Caitlin jenner took a long time to come out because she wanted to hold onto that male privilege that she had and so as as a person who has a lot of very narrow minded views about community about equality she would be a terrible terrible terrible politician for california. She'd be like we don't need those social services. They can do it on their own. I did it on my own. So all these drag queens rupaul's drag race like pandora box. I'm running for governor of california. I'm like pulling. Please don't still a resident of new york pandora boxx. She's grinding ryan. And so i asked her like well filed papers. Have you created a website. And she's like not responding. She did not return comment. There's a there's an an announcement that dick sizes penis but hates. Taints the space between your balls in. Your anus is shrinking. Your general areas are shrinking and could be a sign of worse things to come. Are they shrinking babies in utero like newborn kids growing up or as you get older. It's shrinking like what happens there. Because they're blaming these phthalates right is that how am i saying right and with a lot of plastic things that we use. It's kind of messing up with their endocrine system. Because you know. I think they say like penis is sometimes is related to testosterone surges. And when you're when you're younger and so if you have a lower To saas joan. Your penis doesn't grow as big so there's a study published back in two thousand and five That link phthalates which is chemicals widely use and plastics toys detergents nail polish soaps and more to physical changes in women's bodies and conversely to their male children. I'm sure this is affecting everybody. Not just boy. It's peanuts is on the outside and so can be more observed. One of criticism of the study though is just like How were they studying penises in the past the same way all do so so those boys that were for those boys that were born to mothers with high concentrations of these salads and their bodies were more likely to have a smaller pena size at twelve month checkup which doctors measure have been measuring for a long time and testicles that hadn't fully descended additional research has found the same results. Also sperm counts testosterone levels and other issues are putting everybody at risk including women because women's bodies also have to saw strong to So it's it's you know something that is going to be a major environmental crisis. It's going to be a major issue of our time. We think about the environment we think about you. Know climate change recycling. We don't think about our dicks or or sex lives or women. Women being horny or men. Being horny or nonbinary. People having healthy attitudes about their sexuality and their bodies and the environment shapes that so so the fact that this is like a consequence one visible consequence of how much toxins we have in our environment. And how it's affecting us. Hormonally is something for pause certainly something. Listen honey i'm like mae west. We gotta fight for these big come on. That's not gonna get people because bill nye's earth day the musical only zaka. Franz face is only go. So far i am a big fan of big dicks but i also i'm not a fan of people like shaming people for the size of their peanuts. Because it's something you can't change in this penises coming all different sizes some people like whatever size pizzas out there and you know. I appreciate beauty in all sizes and so there's this one photo the the solicitation of like from skinny like very thick muscular versus. You know lots of curves packs baby with the belly that kind of stuff and so that's been like which do you prefer and i'm like i pretty much. I like all of them They're great hilla stations. It depends on what else is. Of course people are like my body is not in there. And there's like okay. Let's see your your shirtless photo. I'm like i think you're pretty much a nine there in that So part of it is like self image and self worth and self esteem issues are all kind of like coming head to head with this idea of like that. We don't like how we look and therefore we don't love ourselves because we don't like how we look speaking of a penises prince harry He's chief impact officer for a a mental health. Shot up in california. And i guess people in japan are are kind of laughing because the his his title like abbreviation. Chimbo is is slang is peanuts. Japanese shimpo. Oh yeah god remember. When prince harry was the playboy to party hard in las vegas naked photos of him like half naked. And you know like getting like people thought prince areas. Gay for a. While he listened he was in the military right. Well you know a lot of cocaine and champagne in las vegas a whole as a whole. So one of your favorite people Kids shapiro or the kits daughter has a book out. Yeah so The she's announced it on her tweets but just like artha. It's probably like a rewrite of another book but has it and quotations a new book earth kit and arthur and kit a daughters love stories on it's heartfelt memoir of her life with legendary mom and the book is going to be shipping may third of this year and out by Pegasus books and know part of it is like. I thought it was kind of funny. Because it's like her mommy dearest book. It's everybody's buying it trying to be like. Let's see what a terrible mother earth kit was is like was great. Mom like right. That's not gonna show talking to her On the podcast before about growing up as earth the kids daughter. You know she. She did love him on very much. But i think that there was some times. She said it was kind of challenging. Because didn't her mother like take her everywhere and it was kind of hard to be on the road as a kid. It's it's it's hard to be a child of a successful or struggling Entertainer and you know like a lot of people don't realize that these celebrities are always on airplanes and hotels and moving around and show up to one function or another and stuff you know so you're always moving you're always tired and you think it was awkward for her. Because her mother was black she presented as white and so people were just kind of like what's going on here and they always. Yeah and when when you don't visually match your parents especially in a because of race or racists world That's going to cause a lot of uncertainty and a lot of stress for the family and And so i think you know she certainly talked a lot about that on our podcast. And i guess who's going to expand on it more forward to reading it. Yeah it's not gonna have like you know. She made me eat a raw piece of it was so weird. Hijab rigor the accident midnight and chop down the pear tree. But part of it is like you know like that mommy. Dearest book was such a scandalous book and an shocked like the it was kinda like a the first celebrity child's book who popped the bubble on this perfect pristine especially gentlemen goal dear of hollywood where there was just like almost impenetrable like the students control the press. They controlled their lives. The image was just in. This book came and just shattered all the of course that studio system had been dead already. Probably you know almost thirty years but one thing about the sesame street gang documentaries that are the kit makes a brief appearance. See her in it. Yeah the original gordon. He was a talk show. Host on on local television and one of his famous guests was the cat no idea. So there's a sesame street can actually had a show wasn't what was it called like black presents or wasn't called black power but it was basically like a black Focused talk show in the philadelphia market. And yeah he became the original gorden and Played for a while but then they had played a character that they thought was too much of a stereotype so they had to retire it and eventually he just kind of became. I don't wanna do this anymore. He wasn't his character that it was. He created a muppet roosevelt franklin. And he did. The voice for that muppet and at the time was not well received by black audiences Because they felt like it was too hip. And and you know. Matt robinson the original gordon. His original career was as a as a talk show host and he. Did you know many different things projects. But it was great to see that footage of arthur kit with the original gordon and i was like it was perfect. Remember folks fees. 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GSMC Entertainment Podcast Episode 135: Zac Efron Almost Died, Sharon Stone, and Best of Netflix

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

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GSMC Entertainment Podcast Episode 135: Zac Efron Almost Died, Sharon Stone, and Best of Netflix

"The girl but the day. Just be one without your Hollywood Vince. Golden state media concepts. That are ten podcast. Take care of that and all inclusive use of pop culture and Lo and welcome to GSM see entertainment podcast Razzi whether GMC podcast network. I'm from Your House. Cynthia and I cannot believe I am recording the very last entertainment episode of the Year of the decade twenty twenty nine thousand nine hundred. It's crazy that we're entering a whole new decade. How has a whole year pass? I remember setting last year's New Year's resolutions that I complete complete all of them That's another story for another day but I hope you all had a very happy and Merry Christmas. I hope you all had a fantastic take time with your loved ones end family and I hope Santa got you all the gifts you asked for and the I'm just very excited to be here and very happy UPI to be filming or not film me but recording the very last episode of the year and I WANNA know. Have you guys major New Year's list yet have you. You know yes. Let me on the comments and the very first thing I'm going to be getting into today is quite scary a right. This is not not how I anticipated for twenty nineteen to almost end. And you obviously to the title of this podcast. ZAC Ephron almost dying okay. Our high school musical actor sweetheart almost died it like pause life life absolutely not. I would have been a wreck if that actually came troop so Zaka phone almost died multiple outlets reported that the actor was is flown to an Australian hospital after becoming. Ill what they life threatening bacterial infection and Papa New Guinea where he was filming his upcoming coming documentary titled Killings. Ephron when he the pause again why is he making a Docu series. Docu lucky film. Whatever you WANNA call it killing Zack? Ephron as he purposely trying to take his life away. That's like the most ironic ironic thing about this whole situation. Shouldn't that he actually almost died while filming an episode for killing. Zack Ephron NYC I I want to know. was that intentional. attentional was this on accident as part of the show. Now because of this I feel viewers spectators like myself. I'm more oh prone and I'm more eager to watch this documentary because I know they're going to have to feature This life threatening situation in onto the documentary now because low. It's in the name killing. Zack Ephron but I WANNA know if it was intentional or of this was accidental. What do you guys think? I don't so now. The thirty two year old actor was airlifted from Brisbane Australia or to Brisbane Australia from Papua New Guinea where he was rushed to sing Andrew's war memorial hospital and spring help and after being hospitalized in quote unquote stable condition. Doctors allowed allow him to return to the United States on Christmas Eve. After he spent multiple days going under treatment. That would have been a terrible Christmas gift for all of us us not just as family if we have. This life threatening situation went sideways. So I'm glad that the doctors were able to get this situation under control troll because that would have real would have ended the year with the bank and not a good type of bang. Okay so I'm glad things did not go sideways. And doctors believed that the bacterial infection was typhoid so typhoid is obviously type of bacterial infection. Die Just said it. Redundant according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Typhoid is a life threatening illness caused by bacteria that can be found found in contaminated water and food and this is most likely due to him being in visiting underprivileged areas. He has like Papa New Guinea and many third world countries are more prone to you know having their food and water contaminated so I am super grateful to be in the. US have grown in the US and to have not experienced that type of love. I don't WanNa say trauma that's not the word I'm looking for. That's not what I want to say. I guess negative impact in my life and typhoid has a seven to ten day recovery period and typically it announces itself with the Sustained High Grade Fever Ver- and requires antibiotics vaccine so Zach. Ephron our guy was in bed rest for about a week in Australian hospital and and in November that's when Zach Ephron and the production company had announced that they will be filming and releasing a documentary called killing. Zack Ephron they did not announce. Wendy release is I will be with my eyes appealed looking for that date and I will share it with the guys. 'cause I'm sure many of you guys you're listening to this podcast right now. You're intrigued and seeing the behind the scenes of what really went down and really read. I'm here I'm wondering did. The camera crew also follows. Zack Ephron like through is he was being airlifted from Papa New Guinea to Australia where the camera crew in you know the aircraft with him for the hospital room with him. I'm just wondering if if this is all part of the show you never know with actors and entertainment industry like what's real. What's not so? I am now way more intrigued. Treat to watch his documentary so November. They had announced they're filming. It and Zac Efron has spent twenty one days off the grid but nothing in but basic gear a guy partner and a will to survive. I can never understand why people want to put themselves in these types of extreme situations nations shows like survivor and other crazy physical super. You know hard physical activity this shows why they people like get a high off this sensors like some adrenaline pumping. I don't know I wouldn't WanNa be on like a stranded island fighting fighting for my life like I very much. Enjoy not fighting for my life so and this I quote this from Dhaka Franz very are you own mouth. She says I tend to thrive under extreme circumstances and seek out opportunities that challenge me on every level Ephron said in a a statement at the time I am excited to explore any uncharted territory and discover what unexpected adventure awaits now with. All that being said Ed I wonder if Zach Ephraim was waiting. This is a type of adventure. He was awaiting for. You know almost dying and getting a life threatening being illness or bacterial infection. I should say not an illness because he is now gone. It's gone and he save and he has recovered covered from that bacterial infection. But I'm just wondering. Is this the type of the rail he's looking for. I'm I'm a little puzzled right now. I don't know what today and yesterday on twitter and on his instagram feed he posted confirming. He is still alive he is a well. He has fought and recovered word from the bacterial infection. He tweeted and again. I will quote very thankful to everyone who has reached out. I did get sick. And Papa new Guinea but I bounced back quick and finish an amazing three weeks and PNG. I'm assuming that's short for Papa New Guinea. I'm home for the holidays with my friends and family family. Thanks for all the love and concern. See You and twenty twenty so and in that tweet slash instagram posts. That he did. It was a a picture of him and a group of kids. And it looked like he was in the country of Papa New Guinea and again I just when I read the news. I literally dropped my phone. 'cause I mike we cannot lose another so many great musicians and artists have unfortunately left does this year of two thousand nineteen and I did not want Zach Ephron to be part of that list. I'm sure many of you. Also if you grew up watching high school musical like I did. You would have been completely devastated by this news as well so again. I'm super happy that things didn't go. Oh sideways again. The whole thing though the whole question mark out of this predicament is. Was this intentional or not. Because again it this happened happened during the filming of killing. Zack Ephron so I don't know what do you guys think I want you guys. Let me know in the comments section. What your thoughts are or if you think? This was accidental intentional. It's part of the show this actors do I'm Kinda on our you know I'm in-between. I'm on the fence. I'm not really sure but again. That's just GonNa make way more exciting to see when his documentary does come out and unthought no. I'm going to take our first quick break and when we come back I'M GONNA in a share you guys more entertainment news WanNa find out what movies to go see then checkout gs MC movie. PODCAST it your ticket to the latest movies whether it's a new blockbuster event romantic comedy or action flick. This show has got it all covered covered. They talk some what to go. See Now don't bother. What's hot on Netflix? And everything in between that. GMC PODCAST DOT COM back slash. Movie Dash podcast. When it's all about the movies it has to be this new show? Don't forget to like them on facebook and follow them on twitter visit. GS MC podcasts S.. Dot Com for more INFO took mm-hmm Hello and welcome back to GSFC entertainment. PODCASTS REP. Before the break I dropped the bomb on you guys is on how Zaka for animals died. Now we're gonNA move onto a totally different direction and this has gotta be probably the most those two thousand nineteen story of two thousand nineteen if you know what I mean super modern story. It's so funny like I. I literally literally was tackling the whole time. I was looking up more on this story because it was just so funny. Twenty years ago this would not have even been Athene like right now. If you would've would've been listening to this podcast twenty years ago. I doubt even podcast twenty years ago. I'm not sure by this story. I would probably be speaking like a different different Martian language because again this is old can only happen in two thousand nineteen. Almost everyone right now are using dating APP like tender and hinge. And I don't know what other dating APPs or are there are so many I'm on on them and all in the hopes of making a romantic connection action that will eventually turn into a full-fledged relationship or a one night stand or hookup. I Dunno each of their own. I'm not judging and and it turns out. Celebrities are also swiped being right all day long to this does not exclude actress Sharon stone. I didn't know celebrities. Liberties are on dating apps like us and especially on dating APPs normal regular people like us us right and it's just very funny because Sharon in stone got blocked on bumble so bumble as an other online dating app where single people meet. And it's just hilarious this this whole situation as comical. I are actress on bumble getting blocked because people thought and complained the her profile was fake so many users I mean that makes sense. Rive your user on this dating up and you're there swiping left swiping right and you come across. Let's say for me my all time biggest celebrity crush and probably will forever be my celebrity. Crashes Trey Songz I have literally been in love with that man for ever if our to be swiping through dating APP and our to see Trey Songz phase pop up I too would think this is totally fake. Why is a celebrity as major as him on this regular schwager dating APP? The my mind I too would report the profile. Be like there impersonating person in this person. I mean that makes sense. I don't blame US right as regular people and bumble users believed as I just said that Sharon stone. She was impersonating sedating herself but again can you blame him. Like how often do you see a celebrity on your dating feed. Very I bet like you never seen I never seen him. I mean I'm I'm also modern dating APPS so and yesterday Sharon stone. She tweeted. I went on the bumble dating site and they closed my account. Some users reported that it couldn't possibly be me. Hey bumble is being me exclusionary. Don't shut me out of the high. That is comical right. She does not want to be on the high celebrities. WanNa find love to celebrities. WanNa find that little special someone talk to every night so. We can't exclude celebrities again. This is just hilarious. This whole topic to me so funny all my dating to me in general has always been so funny. I've had several friends like on tender tender. They go on tinder dates. And I feel like this is why I dread online dating and I probably will never be on any of those odds because like the most horrific stories come out of dating APPs. I swear my friends have had the worst dating experiences. The worst tender dates some scary too. So that's the two of you are on those online dating ABS. Make sure you're being save. Tell a friend where you're going. Send your location. Bring your pepper spray. Whatever okay be safe and it's just funny this whole online dating world that I'm not a part of many people on twitter were chiming in on the news about Sharon stone? Some were joking about the situation and were tweeting and saying justice for Sharon Stone's deactivated bumble account. And then another other tweet goes if Sharon stone can't get a date. There's no hope for the rest of Hus and then another one. I made me Giggle a little bit said Sharon stone own and I are both getting no action on bumble. This is literally also funny to me. Let me on the comment of your on those dating apps and I want to hear hear some of your funny stories. 'cause I'm positive I'm sure many of you are on those dating apps and sites and I'm sure many of you have so comical Michael Experiences and I need to know and I need to read them and I need to laugh because it's the whole situation is super funny and she apparently isn't the only we major Hollywood star to use dating APPS. Zach Ephron going back to our very alive celebrity now. He admitted in two two thousand sixteen that he signed up on tender but he wasn't getting any matches because people also thought that has profile was fake. I mean again. Can you blame us when in the hell do you see where swiping on tender and a celebrity POPs up same thing if I were to see Trey Songz of their I would report. Report the account. So you can't blame us and the even the Big Bang theory producer. Bill Prodi. He even advice his friends. Sharon stone to try out. Raya Raya Okay. Now if you're a regular straggler person like me I have never in my life heard of Raya Raya. Apparently you guys. I'm GonNa give you guys the inside scoop a little bit. Raya is a private dating APP for people who work in the entertainment industry. I feel like celebrities have of this whole entire private celebrity world. Of course that we're not a part of like I always wonder like random things such as how do celebrities do the grocery shopping new. They send their assistance. Like how do celebrities go at a fancy restaurant like did they. Just call the call the restaurant personally themselves or do they go under disguise name. It's all of these like weird things in life. No things are normal. We'll do how do celebrities do it without drawing too much attention and apparently Ray Is just another outlet another part of the celebrity world that. I'm not a part of so this private dating APP. It's a membership based APP. So unless you guys WANNA pay a monthly membership fee to be a part of this up in hopes of landing date with Sharon stone or Zach F- fraud. Your chances are extremely slim. I'm sorry I'm breaking it to you you. I'm crushing your dreams. But that's the truth and I mean there are regular citizens on Raya so there are still hopes for some of US regular people so but however there is an approval process and there are certain criteria that must be met to be a part part of this exclusive world to be a part of the dating APP so some of the criteria involve having a cool or creative occupation have heavy significant following and have other friends are Ray who can recommend you. What does what technically classifies as a core creative occupation? Yeah because that's I feel subjective right. I feel like a nurse can say their job is cool. Because it's all based on opinion opinion. I could say my job is cool on a podcast. which absolutely is but that criteria like what classifies as cool creative? Do they mean you have to be a model actress singer. I don't know and a significant following some assuming you may need to have like ten K.. Followers I don't know those those are just some of the criteria is to be a part of this exclusive world and is I was doing my research digging up. I want to know what celebrities are using the side because there are obviously a ton of people in the entertainment industry using Raya and some of the people who are we were to pull up. Where Care Deal Levine? Ruby rose rose dipped blow designer. Alexander Wang Cody Simpson. And now Sharon Stone's on there. She did take her good friend. Bill Priorities Heidi's advised to joining that exclusive APP. And I mean I guess. Dating APPS are also open and available to single celebrities. That's kind of the whole message. I got here that you know single. Celebrities want love to they want some love and they want a partner so again this whole story of Sharon stone. Don Getting blocked and me finding out about this exclusive celebrity. Dating APP is also super comical to me again lemming on the comments I need I need to hear. Some of your guys is funny tender stories or you know just hilarious moment on dates because I want a good life and on that note. Oh you guys. I'M GONNA cut into another quick break and when we come back I'm going to share with you. Guys Net flex most popular titles popular films of of Twenty nineteen tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts. Now listen close and adhere this out. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching. The golden state media concepts podcast network network is here nothing less than our podcast bliss with endless hours of podcast cupboards from news. Sports music fashion looking looking entertainment fantasy football so much more so stop blurted around and go straight out to the golden state media concepts podcast network guarantee t- to build that podcast whatever it may be visit at. WWW DOT JESUS MC podcast dot com. Follow us that's on facebook and twitter and download on itunes soundcloud and Google play. And Hello and welcome back to. GMC entertainment hard hat and for this lack statement. I'm going to be sharing during with the guys Netflix. Most popular titles of twenty nineteen according to eat news. And at the very end I will share you guys my personal favorites ver- it's my personal net flicks favorites of twenty nine thousand nine hundred now the following films and TV shows the I will be listing for this last segment. They are Netflix. Shows Rice they were produced and filmed and released on netflix streaming service. There are many movies on Netflix. Stop for instance. Like the grinch. The grinch sent a technically netflix film. But it's streaming on Netflix. So the following films are all filmed or excuse. Me are produced and directed by Netflix. But the NETFLIX claimed film. Just WanNa make that clear for you guys. And of course everyone has their own favorite thing or things depending on when he shows you watch to bench on Netflix. But what binge worthy content do we all have in common. That's on by the break. It down for you guys. Real Quick Netflix end of year round up is here to reveal what shows and movies its users. How watched the most in two thousand nineteen this very first? One was a total shock to me the most successful release on the streaming service across both TV and film home is the Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston lead film murder mystery. This was a shocker because I disagree out of all. The amazing films documentaries TV series. That were released this year for net flicks. I did not expect to see murder mystery as the number one spot and I mean. Apparently this comedy was watched by over thirty million accounts in the first three days of its release according to the Hollywood reporter and it was net flicks biggest opening weekend ever and also want a twenty nineteen people's choice award so That again the whole it's all shocking. I is it could tie literally like don't have any words for this because I almost disagree I they watch the film or at least I tried to watch murder mystery. And I don't even think I got through the whole film because I got bored. And that says a lot because I love Jennifer for Aniston and Adam Sandler them to are probably my one of my most favorite actors and their dynamic to gather is impeccable. My Love them together and movies however I wasn't a fan of murder mystery. I duNNo. I wasn't a fan of the story. Maybe we have to go back and rewatch it could have been. I wasn't in the right atmosphere to watch a movie so I don't know but I definitely was not expecting murder. Mystery to take the cake for the number one spot as Successful release for Netflix Dow Super Shocking. To me let me on the comment of it is for you as well and and and the second and third slot of the most popular releases Were Stranger things. A third season and the Ryan Reynolds Action flicks six underground. That's the movie's called six underground stranger things. I've seen all three seasons and oh I am against them. Hate for this. I'M GONNA speak I'M GONNA keep it real with Ya. I like stranger things however I don't see like the amazing fascination with the story like I think it's cute you know it's all these kids and they're fighting these aliens demons monsters and but I don't. I don't see the craze with like icy kids. I mean I'm not a kid right. I'm in my I'm in my mid twenties. But I see people my age like diehard stranger things things Fans and I just don't me personally. I don't grasp why people are so in love with. They like I liked it. I mean there's a reason why I've watched all three seasons by not like after watching the entire season I'm not really left to with the feeling of Oh I can't wait till the next one like after I watch every single or I finish every season of stranger things I kind of sit back and I'm like okay like that was great. That was cute a moving onto like I'm not gonNa Really Miss It. That's Kinda how I took it so again. I'm not I don't understand. The whole fascination was stranger things things but six underground. I was so close to watching that film a couple of nights ago but then I opted out for different film but six underground. That's a film. That's it's definitely on top of my list. I Love Ryan Reynolds as well and I'm excited to see that film and it's a reason why it's sitting on the top three and another Netflix film. That made it onto the best of twenty nine thousand nine hundred wash wash. Can I speak was the Irish man starring Robert Robert Deniro again. I love all of these actors are on this list. I Love Robert Deniro. I love his work. The Irishman this is another film. I was. It's really close to watching but this film. You guys is three hours long with three hours. I don't think I could sit through a three hour long film like I could barely early sit through a twenty minute youtube video. How McGinnis three hour long film? But I'm super intrigued. Because this the Irishman in the very short time that has been released on Netflix. It has already been nominated for Multiple Golden Globe awards and the Golden Globes. We take place and in January so stay tuned for future entertainment podcast on that because I will definitely be covering it but I I don't know have have you guys seen the Irishman three hours long able to break it up. I may need if I if I decided to watch this film. I may need to break break into half like an hour and a half one night and then an hour and a half the next night because I don't know if I'm GONNA be able to sit through that long of a film or or the story must be that great. must it must be that enticing that I I'm able to sit through an entire hour-long film other DOC TV series and movies that made it onto the best of net flicks for two thousand nineteen were when they see us. The witcher the umbrella academy dead to me season. Two of you. Unbelievable sex education thirteen reasons. Why and Dan Raising Dion? I think this is a pretty good less. I've seen the majority of these film slash. TV shows and I. I agree with the list. I'm not to against it again. The only one that was pretty puzzled on was murder mystery and find something interesting that I found out was that these shows popularity the popularity of show. They're not measured by. How many accounts accounts actually watch the entire film? The whole content rather popularity is measured by the number of accounts that watch at least two minutes tenets of the titles in the first twenty eight days following their release dates now. I think this is kind of cheating because there are many like films when I'm testing out films and TV's would. I WanNa sit and watch. I I mean that's how long it takes to get a feel of the film. I asked to kind of sit and watch watch the two minutes and there have been many times when I'm in the middle of watching something on Netflix. And halfway through a film on Mike Okay. No this is complete trash. Like I'm not a fan this. This is not what I expected and I exit out of the the film so I don't think that particular film that I was in a fan. I've should you know gain a vote in a sense for me because I actually didn't like it so I don't think that's really a correct way to measure. You know the popularity of a show or film I feel like they should measure it based on who watched it from start to finish. That's true how you're going to know the genuinely liked the film or not so just putting that out there and this is also why films or TV shows like the witcher and season to view they were placed placed on this list of the best twenty nineteen. Because it's as a result of netflix projected viewership for the shows. You barely came out adapt Christmas so it's barely been out for a weeks and that's for one week so that was a little puzzling to me. Because I mean how is it. Thought you came out a week ago and it made it onto net flicks best of twenty nineteen but you is a really interesting. TV show. I highly recommend. Remind you if you haven't seen it. I actually just finished watching the first season I'd say like a month ago and now I'm watching like this novella on net flicks have you okay if I didn't put it on my list for the top shows but if you are a novella watcher Lena those sued. That one's really good wine. And there's an English version on Netflix of this show called Queen of the south. You might have heard this show It's not a Netflix. Show Queen of the South but I'm on what. TV network they play it on. My boyfriend introduced me to this show and I got hooked on it and then I found out there's a novella a Spanish version Asian of it and I had to watch it and it's just amazing so I do recommend that one now I'm going to share with the guys my list. My top hop picks and these are all again just my opinion some of my favorite films Docu Series TV series. That were released this a year. And I absolutely loved and my top pigs are gonna be when they see US homecoming a film by beyond say rhythm and flow and season in two of you. I've already binge-watch season to view. So I'm not gonNA give any spoiler alert because I know many people are fans of that show and I don't WanNa ruin it for ya so go watch it when they see us absolutely love this film. It is so chilling. It's based on a true story. The of the Central Park five of these five men who are accused of an of rape and assaulting this woman and if you WANNA learn more about it you can google them. There's multiple articles surrounding the story. And it's a true story and it it's heart wrenching and it's ugly. It's ugly truth and if you'd like it's drama in its sole about social issue drama and institutionalized racism. So if you're into that watch it. I'm sure majority you guys guys have seen this film already because it was plastered everywhere when it was first released That's probably my number one. I loved that film when they see US homecoming coming up beyond say which is a documentary on beyond say and hurt taking us behind the scenes backstage to the buildup moment of of her amazing coachella performance. Oh my God I love beyond say. That woman's work ethic really feels me and dot documentary documentary. Henry inspired me to work harder and to really bust my butt and to give him my off because of this woman can juggle raising twins into the seven year old baby girl and she has a husband and she's a wife and she has all these crazy things going on over life but she's able to bounce now that I'm able to do what I need to get done. So that definitely field fire for me and then rhythm flow is a rapping contest. But it's much more than a rapping contest. Do they really go into detail. Every artists live and their background and I felt such a deep connection been with each rapper. And I love the finale of rhythm flow I highly highly recommend all of these but all in all it was a great. You're here for Film and Cinema and TV shows and I cannot wait for twenty twenty has in store for us and you guys that's going to conclude today's episode for entertainment podcast. What a way to end twenty two? My God keeps saying two thousand twenty. See I'm getting all mixed up. What a great way to end twenty nineteen and a lot of amazing things happening in the entertainment industry and like I said I can't wait for this next decade what it has in store for us in the entertainment world and if you guys like today's episode don't forget to like subscribe? Share it with your friends and family and catch me next ax year here. GMC entertainment podcast. And I'm wishing wishing you are a happy safe and healthy new year. You been listening to the Golden State media concepts entertainment podcast part of the Golden state media concepts podcast network. 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Revisiting the Ted Bundy story on two fronts

The Frame

28:31 min | 2 years ago

Revisiting the Ted Bundy story on two fronts

"From the Mon broadcast center KPCC. This is the frame, I'm John horn on today's show Hollywood is starting to open its wallet for the long list of democratic presidential hopefuls, then where does the obsession with true crime come from filmmaker Joe Berlinger, traces it back to serial killer. Ted Bundy, bundy's trial was the first nationally televised trial and Americans for the first time, we're treated to serial murder as live entertainment for good or for bad. And we have the story of a man who went from being homeless in the nineteen eighties to becoming one of today's most prolific composers in television. All that after this short break. KABC podcasts are supported by wonder brothers pictures, presenting the soulful authentic a star is born. Starring Bradley Cooper, lady Gaga and Sam Elliott in their Academy Award nominated performances for consideration in all categories. And by marvel studios. Black Panther now nominated for seven Academy Awards including costume and production. Design score original song all the stars performed by Kendrick Lamar and Ciza and best motion. Picture welcome to the frame. I'm John horn, the twenty twenty presidential election might not happen for more than a year. But democratic challengers to Donald Trump already are turning to Hollywood in search of money. And that's for good reason. Actors directors producers and studio executives have a long track record of political fund raising kick it in tens of millions of dollars to an array of national candidates in last year's midterm, elections donations and political activism really revved up the industry, and it looks like there's no slowing down ahead of twenty twenty election. Ted Johnson is a senior editor in varieties Washington bureau, where he covers politics media and entertainment, and I checked in with him today for his take on the current. Political landscape in Hollywood, we started by talking about how much money the industry raises and how influential those donations are on the campaign trail in the presidential race in twenty sixteen. We're talking about ninety million dollars that came from the entertainment industry that was overwhelmingly for Democrats in the midterm. There was a record amount that came out of the industry almost fifty minute. Nice should say the movie and TV business for Democrats, especially is a very significant portion of their fundraising haul. It's not the top one though, it tends to get kind of outsized attention in that probably has to do with the celebrity factor. But it's also a very tight knit community. So it's easier to raise money there. They have those connections. They'd be a little different from say if you're having the oil industry, which is spread out throughout the country. And I think it's fair to say that whoever the nominee is. Is he or she will not have any trouble winning the state of California? But when it comes to Hollywood, there are a lot of people who are potentially running. We saw back in two thousand eight when Barack Obama was running against Hillary Clinton in the primaries that the town itself was divided over which candidate to support. So right now, how are the candidates pitching themselves to Hollywood. And as the industry seemed to be favoring one person over another. Everyone. I've talked to says, hey, wait a minute. It's so early. I don't wanna be kinda backed into a corner to endorse one candidate over the other. We saw combo Harris. She had a fundraiser over the weekend at the home of Jeff shell the head of universe studios. And I kind of some people who attended and said, yes, I went to it. I wrote a check, but I'll probably write a check to multiple people this year. So we're not seeing this kind of early race between one to three candidates. A lot of people are kind of taking wait and see approach. One of the bigger ones is time Sabban the big media mogul behind any more from Power Rangers. He's always a big kind of kingmaker in these presidential election cycles. He says he's going to wait to see how this primary process actually rolls out. Every look back at the people who gave a lot of money during the term elections from India. You see people like studio executive Jeffrey Katzenberg, you see Netflix is Reed Hastings. See some talent agent's like, Brian Lord CA directors like Steven Spielberg giving a whole lot of money that might open doors for other donors. There's somebody want to align yourself with early on because that person is really going to bring in money from other people. Sure thing. Yeah. I mean any studio chief will help because studio cheap will be able to kinda send out word all the employee's. Hey, come to my fundraiser in a lot of people will go they may not necessarily end up voting for that candidate. But hey, the Bosnians back in this person. Maybe I should at least write a check. But when it comes to specific people Jeffrey Katzenberg, Steven Spielberg have always been kind of big endorsement, get you. See the candidates come to town, even well before they declare and have conversations with them, really laid the gr-. Groundwork for presidential campaign in the hopes of getting their alternate. Endorsement is there a potential downside for a candidate who receives either industry money or celebrity endorsements and that that candidate can be painted as kind of a coastal elite whose values are out of step with mainstream America sure thing, and you're gonna see a lot of it. If the midterms are any indication of it Republicans are gonna hammer the Democrats taking Hollywood money any controversial statement that any industry figures says they'll try to link it the look at who that person has given money to and you'll see it you'll see it play out in the presidential campaign. Donald Trump when he gave his state of the union address, his twenty twenty campaigns sent out an Email to supporters and said, hey, look, the Hollywood elites are trying to keep me from doing this speech. I wasn't even sure what he was talking about. But it just tells you that they're ready to pounce on the whole idea. But it doesn't always work out at the ballot box as we saw the last midterms when they hammered that message over and over again, but Democrats still ended up winning the house is there some money for Republican candidates, if it's Donald Trump running for re election or someone else he and I think you may see Trump actually do fundraiser here in Los Angeles as he did back in twenty sixteen. There's not a whole lot of names within the industry who have come out in favor of Donald Trump. And as his presidency has become more divisive. I'd be willing to bet that those who kind of privately support Trump will be even more reticent this next time around to make that publicly known a good example is Antonio Sabado junior. He spoke at the Republican convention in favor of. Donald Trump and afterwards, he says that he really kinda got blackballed by the industry, he'll be perhaps one of the few people to get out there and show his support for Trump. But I think it's going to be few and far between Ted Johnson is a senior editor in varieties Washington bureau, where he covers politics media and entertainment, Ted. Thanks so much for coming back on the show. Thank you. Coming up director, Joe Berlinger is so fascinated with Ted Bundy that he made not one but two projects about the serial killer. KPCC podcasts are supported by. Or brothers pictures, presenting the sole fli authentic a star is born. Starring Bradley Cooper, lady Gaga and Sam Elliot in their Academy Award nominated performances now nominated for eight Academy Awards, including best picture invested Apted screenplay. Kenneth Taran of the Los Angeles Times calls it passionate, emotional and. Fearless. An af I calls the film stellar achievement in its own universe for consideration in all categories. KPCC podcasts are supported by marvel studios, presenting Black Panther the LA times raves. Black Panther is the cinematic event of the year Vanity Fair calls it, a political and social triumph USA today. Claims. Black Panther is a rousing cultural movement and now nominated for seven Academy Awards including costume and production. Design score original song all the stars performed by country. Lamar Ciza and best motion picture him back to the frame. I'm your host John horn, if you're into true crime filmmaker Joe Berlinger has a lot to offer you right now. I is his current four-part. Netflix docu series called conversations with a killer. The Ted Bundy tapes featuring never before heard interviews with Bundy recorded while he was on death row. The series takes a deep dive into the mind of the man who brutally assaulted and murdered dozens of women and girls in addition to that. Documentary series. There's also a narrative feature film that Berlinger directed. It's called extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile. It recently premiered at the Sundance film festival and was also picked up by net. Flicks Zack Ephron plays Bundy in the narrative film, but it's told from the perspective of his longtime girlfriend, Elizabeth club for who believe bundy's claims of innocence for years, she's played by lily Collins in the movie, I spoke with Joe Berlinger about both projects while I was at Sundance and he began by explaining how Ted bundy's nineteen seventy nine murder trial change, the media's relationship to crime. We have this insatiable appetite today for true crime programming. And I trace that back to Bundy Bundy for me is kind of the big bang of true crime. And that's because it was a very interesting time in the media, basically, just a few months before the Bundy trial, many new stations were still shooting on film. So there was no such thing as kind of live coverage. And this new technology of electric gathering was just coming into its own around the time of bundy's Florida trial. This new thing called satellite technology was happening. And there was such growing interest in Bundy because he had so. Manipulated the media and Utah Colorado end in Florida before his trial started that there was great interest. Liz man on the FBI is ten most wanted list has been captured in for an suspected of dozens of sex-killings in Washington state, Idaho, Utah and Colorado. The discovery of the skeletal remains of six women twenty young women in five state eighth and strangled abduction was such an overwhelming response to covering the trial that Florida granted cameras in the courtroom for the first time in our history. And so- bundy's trial was the first nationally televised trial and for the first time Americans saw a trial of murder trial salacious sexually charged violent predator on trial for murder who was good. Looking ahead. All had all the trappings of great story and Americans for the first time, we're treated to serial murder as live entertainment and for good or for bad. A lot of your filmmaking has. Been about finding an approximation of the truth. What might have happened? What probably happened there circumstances speculation, and that's the nature of any documentary filmmakers life, and it's certainly something is central to your work as well. You've made a documentary series in a narrative film about Ted Bundy Ted is a kind of the author of his own history in a way in your documentary series head. By anybody about this? Looking for an opportunity to tell the story as best. I can you feel that you can get at the truth of Ted Bundy through both those tactics. Because even Ted Bundy doesn't seem to reveal who he really is. Well, you know, look Bundy is an unreliable narrator in many ways. So it's not it's not like we're taking his word for it and treating it as the truth. We're going beneath the surface of what he's saying contextualising it with footage of the day. So Bundy it's not that we're hanging on every word of Bundy for factual information. It's more a deep dive into the mind of the killer to understand how he operates how he thinks and the enduring lesson of Bundy, which you see, you know, every every frame of of his audiotape tells us that the enduring lesson of Bundy is that, you know, he shattered every stereotype of what a serial killer is because he was believable. Charming and he took advantage of female nurturing instincts by wearing a cast and pretending. He was in need of assistance. And when you hear these tapes you hear how diabolical and and sinister his planning was and you understand how believable he was. And again, the enduring lesson of Bundy is that the people who you least expect to violence and to do terrible things are often the people who are most capable of doing evil. Whether it's a priest who commits pedophilia and does mass the next day, or it's the CEO of polluting corporation who goes to bed at night, knowing he's killing tens of thousands of people, but I'm sure has a loving family and a great circle of friends who think this guy is terrific to a serial killer who presents himself as charming sympathetic loving to some people you talk about Ted, bundy's friends, I wanna. Talk about one of Ted bundy's closest friends, and that's grow front. Don't play him audio from your Netflix series. You begin on February sixteen seventy eight and describe telephone call us E for ten months collect my daughter, the charges, and he said that he would think custody, and I ask him where in Florida repeated over and over again, this was really going to be bad when it broke. It was not every tomorrow morning in the press is going to be really ugly. And I asked him if he was referring to the murders sorority girls in Florida. And he said that he wouldn't talk about it. He told me that he wished that. We could sit down at talk about. Things that anyone listening about why he was way he is. And I said are you telling me you're sick? And he said he was really expensive and he told me to back off who's lose. And how does she become the object of your interest in your narrative ill, Elizabeth club for was bundy's of live in girlfriend, although they maintained separate apartments, but they basically spent every night together. Liz Anne, Ted met in the fall of sixty nine out of college bar local local bar in Seattle, and she was a young mother single mother with a young child, and they hit it off and spent the next six years together before bundy's legal entanglements started in in Utah. And she stuck with him even through the Utah trials because she thought he was being wrongfully accused the idea that somebody could live with somebody who. Is a wonderful boyfriend. She thought she had found prince charming and a wonderful surrogate father to her young daughter, and no real signs that there was something wrong. And then. At night or when they're not together. He's actually committing numerous murders in the Washington area. That to me is fascinating that somebody would not understand and not see the signs because I think that's what happens in life. In many of these situations of people do terrible things woman that gets to the big idea of both of these projects, and that is the idea of narrative, the stories we tell ourselves and the story that Ted Bundy tells himself because of the Netflix series, the breakthrough for the Newsweek reporters were interviewing ham is to do what OJ Simpson did in his book. If I did it which is to speculate about what somebody like Ted Bundy might have done. And when they do that with Ted Bundy ten Bundy describes in very accurate detail what Ted Bundy actually did. But it's a fictional character in his telling kind of invented perspective, and I think his girlfriend at the same thing that there was this other person that was an. Vented story that wasn't a person that she was living with, you know, Bundy, you know, had a need to compartmentalize as many of these people do terrible things do. So I think part of it was just pure compartmentalization. The other reason when Stephen Michaud and Hugh Ainsworth were getting frustrated with their interviews with funded because he was not talking about the crimes came up with this idea of talking in the third person it like opened up the floodgates because it allowed him to not implicate himself. Because of course, bundy's the other famous thing about Bundy, which is atypical of serial killers, you know, most serial killers when they're caught loved to talk at that point in love to confess in love to talk about the details of what they did Monday almost uniquely denied his crimes, of course, prior to the trial denied his crimes, you know. Upon sentencing denied his crimes author the appeals process and only in the final days of his life. Did he start giving details and that was more of a cynical ploy to extend his life to become useful to? A lot of investigators in multiple states who wanted to close out their cases same thing with with Liz. She compartmentalized the occasional clue that she came across. Because she just couldn't imagine somebody doing these terrible crimes in that is that is human behavior. There is a natural tendency to see what we wanna see, and which is kind of the nature of the title of the movie, I think a lot of people when they read were doing a movie called extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile starring Zach Ephron that somehow we were gonna take this light romp through Bundy land anthem somehow glorify him with a lighthearted film that with this awkward title that must mean we're having a having a good time. The opposite is true by the end of the movie when John Malkovich. Utters those words, which is where the title comes from. He's being sentenced to death because of his extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile acts Bundy in the final scene. I don't wanna give too much away reveals the truth of what he did the. Audience for whom this film works. It's controversial film. I know not everyone's gonna like it. But for whom the film work's because you've taken this ride through Liz's POV, and you've almost come to root for their relationship to survive only to understand actually, what the reality of Bundy is you have this revulsion for even having any positive thoughts stores. Zach Ephron in the movie and the truth was right in front of you. Joe? Thanks. Thanks. Thanks for having me. That was Joe Berlinger his docu series conversations with killer. The Ted Bundy tapes is on Netflix. Now coming up, I prolific television composer who was once homeless. When an earthquake hits you need to drop cover and hold on. Definitely. There will be the perception that the rounds is literally waving in front of you. But what do you do after the shaking stumps? And the power is out. There roads are blocked. I'm Jake among olas host of KPCC's new podcast the big one your survival guide. I got plenty of answers for listen. An apple podcasts. KABC podcasts are supported by. Fox searchlight pictures, presenting the favorite now nominated for ten Academy Awards, including best director Yorgos length. Humous best actress Livia Coleman best. Supporting actress, Emma stone in virtual vice best original screenplay best costume design best, film editing. Best production design, best cinematography and best picture of the year for your consideration. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn who are the homeless that you pass in LA panhandling at traffic lights sleeping on the street. Trying to survive any way, they can well, they're all real people, and they all have stories about what led them to lose pretty much everything that the rest of us enjoy at last count. There were more than fifty five thousand homeless men and women and children in L A county, and if you'd passed one particular homeless man walking up and down Melrose in the late nineteen eighties. You might have unknowingly cross paths with musician who would become the composer for dozens of popular TV shows over the past thirty years frame contributor. Tim, grieving has his remarkable story. Kurt Farquhar is probably an unfamiliar name. But if you've watched any TV since nineteen eighty nine you've heard his music, he's the composer of sister sister, marisha, the king of queens and currently has multiple shows on the air, including the neighborhood and. Black lightning. He's written more music for TV than any other African American composer both under his own name and through his true music production house, but when I moved to LA in nineteen eighty six he ended up living on the street for more than a year. Everybody lives on the street isn't insane. Isn't the drug addict top to folks talked. I'm now hearing more stories about so in that year, they spent in their car if I had a car that would have been me, we're standing on Melrose avenue near the LeBron or section, right? Where Farquhar often used to sleep? Not exactly the California dream. We're doing something praising we come out here from all around the country all around the world to think that we're gonna be that one person that succeeds in music, it seems perfectly logical to me then, but it really it's a once in a lifetime ride, you know, and not everybody gets it. And a lot of things can happen on the way. I grew up on the south side of Chicago. They had created. Whole music department inside a high school, and you could take me all day, long music theory music history. You could be in the orchestra the band or choir. I had an orchestra at my disposal to write for as a child, and I'd ride this really complex the jazz pieces. Can I ask go pieces and not just get infuriated? They couldn't play. Well, what I will play it. Exactly. Right. And my an teacher said. These kids. I said, I'm a kid stock can do it. With his parents helped Farquhar studied music at a university, and Illinois and the national conservatory from using inverse. I France, then his brother Ralph suggested he come out to Los Angeles. And he and his wife were going to New York. He says, well, you can come and stay at our place. So I did. And that's how I ended up in LA with a hundred and thirty six dollars in my pocket Virk or made some music out here, but not much money, then his brother fell on hard times to and because far Gordon wanted mitt defeat or ask his parents for help yet again, I ended up homeless on the streets. Walking up and down Melrose my life at that point. Probably was a slow moving car wreck and his ended up things weren't good. And and I just didn't understand how I could be there. I remember just thinking that. Oh, this will this wouldn't last longest wouldn't last longer than a year later. You're still there as we walked around this neighborhood Furka shared his techniques for life on the street Allitt though to place, and that like I was going to rent an apartment, and I would always leave a window open and not come in. There had to be placed with carpet. And I would come in and crawl in the window at night and and and sleep on the carpet. I washed myself up in there in the morning, and and and then leave I'd always lock the window to I couldn't come back again. Just do it the one night, and it just made me feel better one of these apartments. Right. There's that on the other side of the alley there right there where I used to do. Gore's big brother Ralf had become a TV writer and in nineteen eighty nine. He was working on a new comedy called live large. He told his kid brother that he should try out for the theme song it pays. Yeah. Yeah. Pay if you can get it. And that's all I went out for it. For Gore's theme song for living large got accepted, the show didn't get picked up. But around that time, he got a small record deal. It didn't pay much really go anywhere. But he finally got an apartment. One day. He was surfing TV channels and saw that the comedy pilot for living large, airing. Thanks to a writers strike, he called up the show's producer, sir. Just wondering the show was on TV with my music due to pay for that. He said, yeah. Yeah. Sure. I said, well how much would that be? He said. Well to anti with probably make a deal about ten ten k. Two thousand dollars. Exactly. What would I get that too? I pass it got it all casted twenty. Literally, honestly toss it up to an was rolling around on my floor. Going to see what it means to go after everything to do everything and be the best that I can be at this. And that that year got better. And then the next year got better my third year, and I had a breakout year where I picked up nine different shows. And it's been from that point on has been a pretty pretty interesting ride. I haven't I haven't had I haven't had less than five shows in production in a given year since then. To be back here knowing that I was walking the streets and then to see a billboard on the same street with Sheila mine is currently number one new show on CBS quite a journey. That show the neighborhood. This story is dedicated to Beth cracker, Kurt farquars publicist who brought me this story and who died from breast cancer in September before she had a chance to hear it for the frame. I'm Tim grieving. And that's our show for today. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us or backyard tomorrow. Hot casting is supported by FOX searchlight presenting the favorite now nominated for ten Academy Awards, including director your goes length. Actress Levin Coleman supporting actresses, Emma stone. Rachel vice original screenplay and best picture of the year. Now playing.

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10 Trivia Questions on Hawaii

Trivia With Budds

10:40 min | 2 years ago

10 Trivia Questions on Hawaii

"It's ten questions on the beautiful islands of Hawaii. And all things Hawaiian as picked by patriot subscriber. Greg Hines this is trivia with buds. It be welcome to another episode of the trivia with buds podcast. I'm your host Ryan buds. And also Aloha thanks for checking out this episode. Today's episode is all about Hawaii is picked by patriot subscriber Greg Hines, he has been a subscriber on patriot for the last couple of months. He's also been on the show before doing some trivia on the theme of pizza, so thanks for recommending this topic, Greg Greg it's pick a topic is a five dollar patriot member over at patriot dot com slash trivia with buds. He gets a new topic every single month. So if you want to hop on board with that that'll be very cool of you. And you can kind of form the show to be what you want it to be. It's almost completely run by the patrons now, which is tons of fun. And I love trying to come up with questions for the topics. You guys come up with speaking of Hawaii. I've never been to Hawaii. I have an ankle my uncle Blaine Blaine Finn who moved to Hawaii. When he was about eighteen years old in. In the seventies. And he has never come back. He's come back to visit and things, but he just moved there and said, I'm never going back to the Chicago land area, and he's about sixty now he's been there forever. He has a family out there. He has three almost grown completely grown kids. And he's worked for Hawaiian air for years. And a fun fact about him. He get to interview Betty white for an infomercial in the early nineties. I don't know why I don't know what it was for. It was some kind of Hawaiian infomercial. Maybe for like a resort or maybe it was a Hawaiian air thing when he first started working there or something. But it was I remember he was running on the beach in the infomercial. And then he runs up to this area. And it's like a sit down interview with him and Betty white. So very interesting stuff. I tried look it up on YouTube. I'm sure it exists somewhere, but it is hard to find. So that's my uncle Blaine true, Chicago slash Hawaiian. And he is a son named Brandon his oldest son. Which is my cousin. My cousin Brandon got to Jackie Chan when he was in like eighth grade for winning a martial arts competition. He's always been into martial arts and recently got into acting and very quickly got to be in a movie with Amy Schumer. I think snatched was called it was kind of a bad movie review wise, but it was Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn as her mom or kidnapped something about being kidnapped or Stanford or something I think he was in that for a second or an extra role or something like that. Because they filmed it in Hawaii. But most recently this past Friday, he was on Hawaii five o the CBS show, and he plays like one of those thugs who doesn't know nothing until they twist his arm, and then he knows everything. So it's kind of fun, and I put the link to watch his one minute clip in the show notes. If you want to click that and check out my cousin Brandon on Hawaii five L. I also posted on Facebook. If your Facebook friends with me, just go back in my wall and look for that today's episode like I said picked by Greg Hines. Thanks for the topic. Greg Hawaii has been on my mind and somebody who's never visited there, but his scene Milana thousands and thousands of times I need to go and experience what Hawaii is all about. So you're motivating me to do that sometime in the next year or so Greg it's time to dive into the warm waters of our fiftieth state as we do these ten questions on Hawaii. Here we go. All right. Here's Hawaii question. Number one. By the way, if you like these questions, we also did some Hawaiian themed questions on an episode. I want to say about six or nine months ago actually been was about a year ago now, which is crazy it was for a couple's sixtieth wedding anniversary. So just search sixtieth wedding anniversary trivia with buds something like that. You'll come across it, and it was five rounds in one episode that I had done for their party. And one of the things was Hawaii because I think they went on their honeymoon there or something I here's question number one. For today's episode on Hawaii how many primary islands make up the state of Hawaii question number one. What are the primary islands? How many of them make up the state of Hawaii question number one? Question. Number two. Peter gene, Hernandez was born on October eighth. Nineteen eighty five in Honolulu. Hawaii. What name is this singer better known by questionable to Peter, gene? Hernandez was born on October eighth nineteen eighty-five five in Honolulu. Hawaii. What name is that singer better known by? Questionable three true or false. Hawaii east to west is the whitest state in the United States question. Three true or false Hawaii east to west is the whitest state in the US. Question number four awhile who contains the world's largest generator of certain type, what type of generator do they have? It's the biggest number four awhile who contains the world's largest generator of a certain type, what type of generator is it. Questionable five Don ho had what to word song, featuring something. You might find in a bathtub question for five. Don ho had what famous toured song featuring something you might find in a bathtub. Halfway through this quiz on Hawaii. Here's number six on the traditional poster or cover of Leila in stitch from two thousand to what activity is stitched participating in question for six on the traditional poster cover of low in stitch from two thousand to what activity is stitched participating in. Question. Number seven in the comedy, Mike, and Dave need wedding dates does that Ephron play Mike or Dave question? Number seven does Zack Ephron play Mike or Dave in that movie? Question. Number eight. What is the first word in the lyrics to Elvis's hit song blue Hawaii question? Number eight. What is the first word in the lyrics to Elvis's hit song? Blue hawaii. Question number nine, what desert has its origins in China as early as the seventh century AD question nine what desert has its origins in China as early as the seventh century AD. And number ten Hawaii is the leader in harvesting. What nut question for ten? Hawaii is the leader in harvesting what nut? Right. Those your ten questions on Hawaii. Sit tight grab yourself a my type, and we'll be right back with the answers to the Hawaiian questions in just a second. Here we go. Hopefully, you learned or know a little something about Hawaii from this episode question. Number one, how many primary islands make up. Hawaii. The answer is eight eight islands make up the primary islands of Hawaii question. Number two. Peter, gene, Hernandez is better known as Bruno Mars. Maybe you got that one. Did you figure it out Renault March the singer born the same year as me nineteen eighty five just about a month before me almost exactly his birthday, October eighth of eighty five? My birthday November seven of eighty five number three true or false Hawaii east to west is the whitest state in the US that is true wider than Alaska, which is crazy because Alaska's huge but Hawaii east to west or west east, I guess is bigger in terms of width number four awas who contains the world's largest generator of a certain type that is a wind generator. The biggest one in the world found in the island of wa who number five Donohoe had what two words featuring something you might find in a bathtub tiny bubbles tiny bubbles. Number six on the traditional poster or cover of low in stitch from two thousand to what activity is stitch participating in. He is surfing. He is serving is he a he or she or does it undetermined. Stitch is surfing. Whatever is number seven in the comedy, Mike and Dave need wedding dates does echo from play Mike. Dave he plays. Dave or David in the movie, which I saw and don't remember much about. I remember going like all right. This is absolutely ridiculous movie. That's at number eight. What is the first word in the lyrics to Elvis hits on blue Hawaii? It is night. The first word in blue y Elvis night number nine what desert has its origins in China as early as the seventh century AD. I was looking for Hawaiian shaved ice or snow cones or shaved ice in general. But the phrase Hawaiian shaved ice was where I found that fact and number ten Hawaii is a leader in harvesting what nut macadamia macadamia nuts number ten there. It was ten questions on the paradise of Hawaii has picked by Greg Hines. Thanks again. Greg guys, I still have a few funk. Oh, VHS box t shirts left. If you wanna sign up over on patriot. If the ten dollar or more among. Level. Or if you up your existing subscription anything ten dollars more. I will send you that shirt for free as well. If you're interested, go to patriot dot com slash trivia with buds and sign up for a tier that suits you. They'll be awesome. I the crazy busy rest of January and February this year. But if you have a party coming up I'd love to work at into my schedule. You can always Email. Ryan buds at gmaiLcom to secure your date ace app, working on something with farmers insurance that I hope comes through because that will be a fun one to just add to my list of clients. So if you have a big company thing coming up or just a local party somewhere in southern California near or far. I'd love to do it for him. And if you're in the upland, California area on Saturday, January twenty six I'll be hosting the annual Bruce and Bros festival all day from noon to four it cable airport and upland put on by last name brewing, where I've hosted trivia for almost three and a half years dozens of local vendors breweries there, and I'll be running raffles and give away a ton of free stuff and cheering you on an airfield. So get your tickets over it lasts. Name brewing dot com. Thank you so much for listening. Thanks for telling a friend about this podcast and we'll see tomorrow for more trivia with buds. Cheers.

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Thoughts on the 'Cats' Trailer, Reboot Culture, and Zac Efron's New Survival Show | Tea Time

Ringer Dish

45:11 min | 1 year ago

Thoughts on the 'Cats' Trailer, Reboot Culture, and Zac Efron's New Survival Show | Tea Time

"What's up guys? Welcome to the ringer. PODCAST network bench mode made its grand return earlier this month. And Molly Rueben. And Jason Concepcion are deep diving on the Star Wars Franchise covering every movie the newly released Disney plus series the man delorean and fan favourite characters. You can check out new episodes every Monday Wednesday and Friday. Wherever ever you get your podcasts and on the site with more mandatory and coverage written by Mike Peters Alison Herman and Ben Lindbergh as well as staff wide surveys throughout the season? You can check it all out the ringer DOT COM What's up guys and welcome to another episode of ti-time this is a weekly podcast? Honoring our podcast network. I Must Kelly. Well what am I talking the latest cats trailer. It's going to be horrible reboot culture. It's new show exclusively lucidly or quimby. Whatever Koby is not sir? Every time no matter what no let's spill the T.. Ah Okay I stab gotTa keep it together relatively talk about this. This is tea. Time checks in with being in new cats trailer kate so in the first cats trailer came out. Amelia I had the pleasure and misfortune of experiencing it together are you. I like your arm because of I like accidentally injured. Amelia like the first reaction the first look at the cats. We like just disrupted the entire editorial office of the Ringer and I truly was like. It can't get any worse. I heard there was a new trailer coming out. I was like we've already seen them. We already know they're horrible. How much worse can it be? The second trailer is worse. Can we agree on that agree. Yes it's actually so much worse more. I know the less I like it unless I understand it. Correct Trek so we see more of the cats talk more they dance more the rat faults. The proportions are off my right. There's more body parts. There's less clothes on with Idris. Elba here I am theirselves. I think is like the bad guy again like we don't quite know what's happening. He seems devious. He seems very devious. CBS He also is like not wearing any clothes which some of the cats have closed. Some of them don't make so we're like a hat. Yes is like this looks like the same I. His body AUDIE L for part of him right unclear. But there's like he's very naked in like one of these scenes everyone like the screen Johnny and like what did you address Alba Because he's very clearly supposed to be like kind of sexual Yup So we'll be able to recover from this or is this yet for him. That was my question into is like. Is this the kiss of death for any of these. casters obviously Taylor Swift. No Jennifer Hudson. No she's got a beautiful voice. Like James Accordin. Maybe it's brand for dance court in the Jason Derulo. Maybe Judi dench's fine so as Ian mckellen but I feel as though although this will torpedo at least one person you really think an interest as your pick for like not recovering from like when we look back we'll be like he was sexiest man of the year and then the next the cats and he never recovered. No my number pick is probably rebel Wilson. so yeah so also in this also horrifyingly in this trailer. She does like like the Shimmy and she is like some of the cats are very human bodies most of them do some of them. Don't look like has cab oops that. She's like Shimmying in the trailer. You pretty much said that was my nose Shimmy. Yeah do we think Taylor Swift regrets this yet and she loves it does she. Yes Season with how bad it turned out. She's performing like what like three. Victoria's secret fashion shows like I think she's like into this. She shimmying the booth specifically yes. Okay I just spent this movie in general but sure how comfortable with how heavy the hand she must have had in the creation of her body in which she greenland her cat boobs. You're right but it's not lady like talk about another woman's body so we're just gonNA leave that be all right sure. Are there other words of the trailer. Someone who who I noticed in who I feel like I've noticed from the first trailer just like random. Jason Derulo who you know of like him saying his name so many times in a song today Sun Room and then like you can go to youtube and if you type in Jason Derulo saying his name for six hours you can actually watch video of him saying his. ABC that instead of seeing honestly. Yeah I'm GonNa say yes because he out of nowhere like one of the first times you see his character in this trailer his character just goes he seems. I still not sure like he knows what movie he's in. I think he might think it's like a really elaborate music video. 'cause he seems very like self-aware and like walking into the camera oh say he also is a cat who has some overt sexual energy sir. I don't like it. The sexual but extremely horrifying James Corden cat. I think he's maybe the worst Catholic capital W. Capital. He's like a fat cat yeah anyway licks his hand he also looks like he's wearing a Tuxedo is it is yeah Tuxedo or is he likes to be like. Oh look at like grumpy cat. I think he liked does. There's a lot of like slapstick in this trailer. God I was. He was the only indication that they are not so so because he did make a cat sandwich. Yeah he's with this little cat. I know Liz I know you had on here. Is there cat romance yeah. I'm curious because I don't know the plot of cats and appealed all the plot of cats on twitter. Nobody already multiple times and I still don't understand it right. There's just like there is dead or one of them gets to go to heaven or maybe they live in one of them gets to go to a better cat where I think so because that that was in the trailer that Michael Judi dench remittance. I drag grizzly dollar. Whatever their like she picks one cat? When you get to live the best live you've ever lived? You're always full. And you have a toby's worth of tuna. I Dunno swelling. I just yeah. I would've liked the trailer. That was it so your doesn't make that doesn't make it any more clear. So does that answer. Your question there is is there is not a romance Jason. Derulo want some. You can tell cream a lot. Yeah then there's like cow that they're introducing names. Yeah she's like a Ballerina insane but it didn't work out for Misty Copeland. Everyone's like hyped for like a month. Bellamy thing go yeah to end this on a more positive note redeeming qualities of this movie are what like Taylor. So didn't and Jennifer Hudson singing dancing because you don't like to okay moonlight. It'll that'll be good. That'll be good. See but you have to watch her do it or you can buy the soundtrack and just listen to it on spotify. The most redeeming quality of this movie will be it will encourage orig- Hollywood to stop making this kind of movie. With the Animal Human Crossover Lion King. I personally loved. I don't think anybody else did when the I'd I'd say but that was. That was better. Go that far. Yeah turn humans. I think this is going to make a gazillion dollars. And they're going to do more of them. Okay right along. Guess what guys it gets worse. This is this week in social media. Were starting off strong with Hashtag Fart Day. I just WANNA say that. Liz created the outline this week with That was the only thing in the outline as this outline. Hi this week I definitely did not tailspin after thinking about my college degree and what. I'm going to do with my life after I wrote that. But far gate happened this week on social media because the US representative Eric Swallow who's a Democrat from California appeared on MSNBC's hardball with Chris Matthews and it appeared about halfway through his interview. Oh He farted dollars to ask the Ukrainians to help them cheat an election and the complaint that I've heard from. She was trying to talk about the ongoing impeachment in hearings against Donald Trump and it was this big debate. Did he far did he. He adamantly denies it. He said it was the result of a Coffee Cup scraping across. It's the desk absolutely not. There's several pieces of evidence that refute this claim. Why are we all ganging up on him rather than Chris Matthews? It's a good question. I don't think Chris Matthews farted though and this is the issue some somebody did mention it but the problem is it passed through Eric Spotty in a way that he knew it was hit. You can see him move. Yes yeah although I would ask real quick. You're an audio engineer. You work with sound all day was the sound of a copy. Hobby can be moved cross table. Absolutely not though though I wanNA shout out Sean you who's doing really great analysis of this on twitter person and he said so basically Eric Saul wells wearing like an IFP which is a little earpiece. Letting him here. Chris Matthews and the PAS I think was him hearing Chris Matthews Fart. Pause we like without a fart on like I guess I gotTa keep going because of the delay yes. They ended up being at the worst moment because it looks like yes during the far but he actually. I think Christmas you thought his mic was awesome. That was facing Asencio. Chris was the farther. Yes because he's sitting first of all okay. It would be louder. Well does this little shipper spied like you know you just release the chips like I'm good. Now it hurts so so bad I think I think it was. Yeah Ah okay. So we both think Chris Matthews I agree with Erick Swallow. Guess okay. If you've seen it let us know yes we may never know next thing and social media. Oh great okay so there was a one of those memes. Were like everyone does it. For Twenty four hours then everyone stops. Yeah it was the. I'm telling my kids these were or this was me. What's the one of those? It's kind of hard to explain if you haven't seen it but basically we're tweeting out pictures pictures of things that looked like something else and the joke is like a million had a good one. There was a picture of Taylor swift and carly class and she basically like hugging together. Believe it was vote together and she goes. I'm telling my kids. This was Carol two thousand fifteen but there are some other examples where it was like. It was pick of the property brothers. And somebody. Who's like I'm telling my kids? These were the chain smokers. uh-huh like just just many others Josh. Not that's a What was the drake and Josh One? I'm telling this was Kurt Cobaine. Oh yeah and it was It was from the Amanda Show where Drake Bell dressed up as as like Kurt cobain character. who named COP totally Kyle? So it was like everything was a little bit off. Basically Jack's Plano Lina. Well I did I did. You've seen it on twitter. You're listening to us. I'm using it right next thing in social media so this is another jeopardy. We're talking with jeopardy again. Then from last week's like adorable sweets viral moment to up this hellish. Honestly this is a world we live in. I've known as as darkness time line so on jeopardy. They had like a video clue where they have an image of somewhere ever and the video video was of Tom. Hanks as Fred Rogers in the upcoming wants to buy neighbor movie. And they're like who is this actor nobody got it why Yeah Islands there and people are saying like people are saying it's because there was like a malfunction with with the light where people were it shows you when you can answer and stuff. That's what contests her people were in the audience were saying and then also someone else's like if you've ever been on the jeopardy set there's like that huge shepherd Ewald but like in the video is super super tiny. So it's like you're having a really hard time. They couldn't see that it was Tom. Hanks Yeah but you'd think they would fix that or something. I believe that jeopardy contestants can guess the tiniest country on the planet video true let's look at this and then I guess it cracked. I cannot believe that they could not get Tom. Hanks or Leila Fred Rogers. Yeah Right. Shoot with Fred Rogers and be like. Oh No that's Tom. Hanks and it was really phony dough. tweet it out but like the photo reaction of Alex Trebek's reacting to them not knowing his I just like absolutely. I'm a really good week to a really bad week. Truly speaking of people having a bad week is ray J's pregnant wife. She was left in Las Vegas guests. Segue you. She was left in Las Vegas on Sunday. After Ray J and their toddler daughter went to the bt soul. Train awards. On Sunday Sunday so it all. This drama unfolded on Instagram. Because Ray J posted a photo and says you know thank you. Abby t-ball at tagged the daughter Nag the MOM and by the way the daughter's just over one so she's got like a one year old anyway his wife. Princess reportedly commented on this post and said left me and melody stranded in Vegas and blocked me from calling. Now you WANNA post family photos. How shocked by ugly? Yeah by ugly goalie. You're rich like it's Las Vegas to La like you can drive. You can do all these other things she says. Yes I can fly home. I have my own money but the car is here and I don't don't WanNa drive back alone with my daughter because over eight months pregnant and I don't want to have to stop to gas or going the labor something like that which are all fair. Eight and a half months pregnant with a toddler child driving from Las Vegas to L. A. Sounds hellish and worst of all rage has apparently blocked right instagram. As a whole show on the photo blocked blocked his eight and a half months pregnant wife. Wow Yeah how bad men. That is embarrassing. Oh my God I know last one. Well this this like a happier note because is apparently I've never heard this magazine but The source magazine. They're verified on twitter. They just randomly tweeted out. Hey just wondering if anyone knows when rappers rappers will start actually wrapping again with the little like Monaco Emoji guy going home and smash mouth quoted that and they on their official account account and they were like you guys sound like parents turn that down. Rap is is in constant evolution and trap rap is amazing expression of art and a great addition to the family family of styles. If you call mumble wrap you're not respecting the movement and you're on the wrong side of history they pulled out. You're on the wrong side of Israel you. I love smashmouth titus. It's amazing what you have to do. They have an album coming out or are they just keep. They still have the keys to the account of the password. Though I on the right side of history list what happened. Excuse me okay. Next category is tee times biggest relationship news. Ever were debunking. Some rumors for step chaos. The rumor is that I just WANNA telephone that. I am not dating Chris Evans. Expect there'd be twenty headlines about that fact just based on that no reasoning behind it. I just want people to know because apparently what's happening now is we're just writing a day's worth of stories when people aren't dating When they're just friends love that elitist shock Shaukat Ali Shaukat cat sure and Brad Pitt are not dating okay about thirty headlines? This week about how they're not dating there were really headlines about them dating Asiatic the anymore. They're not dating. They were seen together at an art event. This guy and people took a picture through them and everyone was like their friends. So for our press cycle also Halsey and Evan Peters are are not pregnant although this will worse because this was definitely orchestrated by the two of them. They were caught by the Paparazzi outside of some breakfast place in La. And she's in like kind of a flowing romper and they're both very clearly caressing her lower so kinda rubbing it and then she wrote on twitter and was like still not pregnant. Still just allergic to gluten still love pancakes is it a boy. Is it a girl. It's pancakes so I was talking about that right. But then a source source told page six that this is actually a play for publicity to annoy Emma Roberts. Who is his ex way? Purposefully yet Emma Roberts Roberts yes just because yes. I love how. They're just guessing us up. But because Emma Roberts and Garrett hedlund pods eat all the time republic but but their romance holiday were also like all over the beach this week to they've been like in a lot of Fabrizi pictures you know not so quickly. You were so in on holiday and Evan Peters I know because I turned out to be a fan of Halsey for like a day backup. Okay okay next time. Speaking of the Emma's Rupert grint rent who is just really trying to be relevant. I think Basically in an interview said that there was a spark between Emma Watson. Tom Felton while they were shooting Harry Potter. While they were like literally children's of could there have been over. He was referring to like windy filming. Yeah so he said there was always something grint said of the pair during an interview with entertainment tonight. There was a little bit of spark but we were kids. It was like any kind of playground romance. I didn't have any sparks. I was sparked free. Tough Iran The people again. We're like an Watson. Tom Fell in love. And now I just want her for you. Tamil Watson's recent interview where she said she's happily partnered yet. It's not going to happen. Guys let it go. The confidence in them Watson thing is not happening has never happened and we'll never happen. We'll also they made. It seem like he adjusts said this like about the other day. Okay so like they're lying to us. This is figuring it's called Click Bait people don't fall for. It's never gonNA happen agreed. Okay and this category you also also have good news and millions. Yes it's happy news non-romantic but it's the friendship this you not relationship news should be about friendship because true. That's a relationship. It's between Emilia. Elia Kark and Jason Momoa and he is awesome. Apparently she was like you know obviously like Super Young. When she got game of thrones? She hasn't really done a ton of roles. Let let alone like nude roles in this new role and stuff and apparently he kind of took her under his wing and was like. I'm not going to let any bad thing thing like happened to you with these new roles in like I'll be there with you and I'll tell you what's okay and what's not okay. And she was just like and I. You know that's great thank you. I didn't know that there was kind of any other way. Because he was like great with me from day. One and so you'll love to hear it. You really do. He seems like a good one. 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You want to start us off right. So there was an announcement about the Lizzie. McGuire booed exciting stuff. I'm sorry it's I saw one decay. Okay did you write me why. She's still wearing closer limited to A. She did a video hillary on video. I think it was to announce Gordo right which that made me so happy. It was great but she's wearing the same. I think she looked good. In fact I told this I guess this is. Why another responded to it? I love that they've upgraded her look to kind of still be true to her old original caster. Yeah she's what you're so right. Yes she's very the same stuff she's the same banks have you seen. People are wearing what it's been long enough Catholic chokers and like the Velvet. She can have that exact same. Look exactly she as well. I'm actually looking at her in the video now. She's got the really really dark contrasted eyebrows with the blonde hair cool. She's got one of those like chains on her jeans. which I guess are cool again? I saw I saw someting talk. Okay then they are. That settles this. Cut Me Thinking. About what reboot. I would like to see 'cause I did watch wire kate. I know you didn't just do not not as a young person so it's different I personally I know. She's busy with a lot of people in music. But I would like to see Miley Cyrus reboot Hannah Montana. ooh That ended in two thousand eleven. You guys may recall. It ended by Hannah having to choose between our two live. She's going to go to Paris to do a movie with Tom Cruise in Spielberg anybody. Okay that's news for her. Well knows Hannah Montana. Yeah really shocked Austar. Yes or him had to choose to go to college at their best friend. Lilly ridgely full drama. She originally goes to Paris. Decides no only a one shot to go to college with my best friend and my God. She's Lily at the end. Got Me Thinking. What would this reboot looked like today? Because I am the same age as like they both graduated rated high school quote unquote in two thousand eleven. So did I so. These two women are twenty six couple years in other working world. I believe Lilly works for digital design at refinery. Twenty nine. Like she's in A. We were thinking bluebottle. Are they in New York or in Los Angeles Los Angeles. This show is centered in Malibu all that stuff. Do you watch the Hannah Montana Amelia. I watched I like here and there was a little younger for me but like it. Wow the what's the one they the little kid that was really annoying but like he rico and the The brother I. We're going to move on from that now that they know how much I know. Oh about Hannah's doing well. She's on the trajectory of Miley Cyrus. Oh she seemed like date Cody Simpson Labor Labor said. Hey swimmer I would actually like to see like a gritty reboot of this. Yeah me too. Well I was thinking who of the our generation Disney stars are not above a Disney paycheck. S I figure the spouse brothers from sealife on deck too proud to I mean you want Dylan or coal them one. Those is to people choice award coal right dating by repellent and then Kohl's one in Riverdale just the fact that it took me that long to figure out right. which was your age? I I think they're they want it. They want to do it. And then we have wizards of waverly place which Gomez. She's far too rich now. Ever want to go back right okay. Debby debby Ryan member her. She's like do a bomb of Netflix. TV Show Clinton stations. It got a second season. She would take the Disney check the third. What do you guys think about Zendejas big? Today's two big movie with like. That's GONNA be like four movies at Timothy now and I feel like Casey undercover was. Never how a shake it up was as big ever like now waverly plays or anything but do you think the Disney company has a whole imbiber. Himself has blacklisted. Bella Thorne off the face of the light requests. Yes okay. I think they're like little pictures of her ever again. Turns don't let this woman onto any Disney property and it's like decide inside the vaults Bob Eiger crying over Echo Mr Edgar. Are you okay in there. You had one you WANNA circle you. Know that Ashley Tisdale's a little bit peo- that she did not get the call for high school musical series. Your yeah she's she's not doing anything also really wants to tweet about is Sharpei. We talked about this and social media. Yes also I wanted on the subject reboots and shows shows that we watch what we were in high school Jill duets tweeted this. Basically Galaxy Brain Glee reboot twee but I just need to give credit to the year is twenty twenty. The Glee reboot landed at Net flicks know Cincinnati has signed on to play Rachel in Quincy. Jack Son he calls Rachel a boomer and she realizes she's lost touch with a tick tock generation she. She found Glee Club. To point out. In mashes up Hamilton Soundtrack with Kimball Hall is to Real. I'm looking forward to the Rachel Berry. Matchup of truth hurts with Greta. Thunberg speech we ever feels like yes. Yes I'M GONNA say team is five years although it has a lot of bad juju I instead of dark stuff. Remarkable need a sage now how to delete several characters out of no. Yeah it would just be rates so like starting over or don't mention any other. Yeah okay. What about friends reboot? I just think we're getting a friend in the next two years. Oh definitely they're desperate. They're they're like too eager to get together and take pictures together. That's how I feel you. Think all of them. Yes wow you. Think all of them only sign-on because all of them do it or getting like Joey might tap out and they'd be like Fuck Joey also so he's not doing anything that's true he's in Addison. The only question the two main people who WanNa do it the most would be Ross and Joey we agree. They're not doing it. Yeah you know also. I don't know if this room or tea. Time listeners as a whole care about this show but Frazer Frisch delightful amazing in show. It's really fun. Kelsey grammer. Apparently said that a reboot is gonNA come shoot. The Mass is in two thousand twenty bring on premise. Although the one red flag in this this was he said there's no specific plot but it will basically centered around Frazier finding love in a new city. It's like at this point. Why are you still like? Why are you doing something something different? I don't know that I wanNA see Fraser and Kelsey grammer kind of bad guys turn. Yeah I don't know that I wanna see you know schmoozing away with women who will probably be like thirty five year old women playing forty five you know might be a mess. Might WanNA leave dead. This is a good transition into not worth the tea because we could also probably probably put Fraser in here. This is not worth the T.. Amelia okay each week. I feel like we tried. She just comes into our lives whether we like it or not. We tried to avoid avoid her. We I honestly wish the best for her. I want her to realize things but emily rhetoric is back she. He is still like talking random feminist phrases. It's one of those spots. Where like they think they know exactly? They know how to speak English. But it doesn't really yeah exactly So she in her thought it was just a swimwear line but apparently it is a a fashion line Because she released a new blazer and like super miniskirt for her fashion brand enamorada. At least I think that's how you pronounce it and the motto. The company is look. She'd be hot so it just tells you a lot right there and so. She said that she designed the blazer to be oversized in the skirt. Kirkby itty-bitty and she said my friend was saying to me. That wearing what you want to wear is a test if someone doesn't take you seriously. That isn't a person you WANNA work with anyway for me. Because it is such a micro mini. There's something a little fuck you about. We've all been in situations like. Is this appropriate to where I'm going to say if you WANNA wear this to like aboard meeting or any job that doesn't involve you showing your ass on instagram. Yeah I'm sorry but you should not be wearing this to work. Emily what are you and why are you suggesting this push it. There are a lot of fundamental problems and that women should be focusing on to you know be more equal in. The work writes a lot of institutionalized sized issues this perhaps is not one of the exactly wearing super super super short like tight clothing. It's difficult talk about right because like we all are women like you just your priorities else. And also you don't need to try to break down the Patriarchy at the same time I'm of like dressing for work. Plus coming from her from her. It's Gel not wearing a shirt with a blazer and exactly you should be able to wear this to where we need to fight takes into account any other woman except for herself. Look like that's well said next thing and not worth the tea is Nicholas Cage is as grant star in a movie about himself It's called the unbearable weight of massive talent that title really good to deadline. It will feature Nicholas Cages at quote creatively unfulfilled less rich version of himself in the premise is that he accepts a one million dollar offer to perform at a party. One of his super super fans who also happens to be a billionaire and then the party gets out of control and the Nicholas Cage must rely on his old iconic characters to save himself himself on this party. Gone wrong is GonNa make a gazillion dollars. I live in infamy on the Internet. I definitely want to see this to you. I like Nicholas Cage being self aware in this way. Okay but do you want to see it for ninety minutes. No right but I do. I do Kinda just paid to see. My friend paid to see Dr Sleep Sleep. That's two hours and thirty minutes of stuff. I did not need to see and you need to see Nicholas Cage Saving Nicholas Cage way more than that. Yeah I suppose okay next one on the subject of movies we don't need need in our lives. First of all this was assigned to me. I usually limited to one K pop subject per per podcast and their two in this one so I apologize advanced. Rebel Wilson has written a comedy called soul. Girls spelled like Seoul. The city in South Korea about a korean-american Highschool girl who enters a world talent competition to be the opening. Act For the world's biggest K pop boy band so basically. It's like if someone was like. What if pitch perfect but more offensive and written by rebel Wilson while So there was just a media backlash rush to this like how is it. The the lead picture articles. Just like rebel Wilson K pop movie and it just people. It's just not going to be it's just bad at you. Is this list the kiss of death or just together together they definitely hell storm. Yeah sure okay. Speaking of assign categories as Amelia. Take this next one. I'm so haunted forever Okay so there is this robot lady. Her name is Emma And she is a life size representation of what the average office worker may look like by twenty forty she talking about Nicholas Cage or just seconds seconds ago go she looks like someone dipped Nicholas cage into like hot wax and they already kind of they. League repeated the process. It's like they played it several times exactly and they just put it on. Some unsuspecting woman. Were like this. Is your face now yet. So this place it's called like. Dwi Science made this to represent what we're GONNA look like basically by like being inside sitting at a desk looking at a computer and it's as horrifying horrifying vying mannequin hunchback's and like bloodshot eyes. She has no risk. No risk. Can't hard core kangols. It's actually horrific the best part of this video that they've put her in an office and did like a time lapse of people working around her. And there's this girl just like at her desk in the background and this is like habeas like yeah it's really bad he's literally hunched. It's like have you ever central nightmare fuel. Have you ever seen the hunchback of Notre Dame just see us. Sit On our desk. And then there's there's a song and the hunchback of Notre Dame and out there and I can just see us being like. Oh yes out there the sun but we're stuck at this is scary because twenty forty is literally early years away we will still be in the workplace we could be Emma Yeah. Apparently we're doing. This is a warning to us this. I get something for so you know. It's like the other way around down a soda so please okay. Let's just keep buying. We're GONNA talk about John Rule Now to do things up So Jarrell who has been part of these Fire Festival like law saying yes Basically he was under investigation because of fire festival on his part in how Iran and there was a ruling this week. jarl cleared of wrongdoing over. Fire Festival gladder Plaintiffs were unable to prove rapper. Social media promotion led to ticket purchases and someone tweeted and goes dying at the thought of Joe Royle being so uninfluential that they found this in a court of law so literally. They were like he posted about buying tickets. He wanted people to go to fire festival. But we couldn't prove anyone. I actually went to fire festival because of him because he is so deeply. UNINFLUENCED case for instance influencers earlier in general is not influence because because he cannot influence anything. Okay next one. Because I'm T- TIMES OFFICIAL QUIMBY correspondent. They've green lit a news. Zack Ephron survival. All series called killing. Zack Efren it will send her on. Zach Ephron as he heads deep into the jungle of remote dangerous island. Find off the grid for twenty twenty one days so it's going to take some basic year a guide partner which is important and then his will to survive as the is bringing into the on another celebrity. It's his will to live yes. His own will guide who will probably keep him from actual death. This Wa- responds pretty closely with his Youtube Channel. which has been trending pretty pretty gross survivalist lately? Yes Ma does. Zack Ephron tap out after two episodes in thirteen days in like Joshua Tree. Yes yes I can see him like buying into the whole drink in your assets on down to the white man dreads. That's my question. He already has them back. Oh No yeah teammate. He may lasts longer than twenty. Days is a pretty longtime as someone who watches naked afraid and and these are very trained individuals. Eventually what you do is you just hunker down and like we cry the days for the overdose Dr. This is good for second get front. He feels a bit soft. But maybe this'll tough him out navy. Zach Ephron yeah vulture this week ranked the best high school musical all songs. I just before I get what I want to say. They put bet on it as number one just the golf course that Guy Francois. It's not the best song. Go come on breaking a song and that's number. Two free is good. They dropped a bomb on me. I feel like I should have known before now and I had no idea but as soon as they said it I was like you're right saffron did not sing in high school musical. What it's not? His voice drew Seeley or whatever it was shocked. None of us knew this guy. Did you know that. No there. You go okay so props to a million. I was not a good word that this is common knowledge and I was just like. I don't know not keeping keeping up on my Zaka Ron News but shocking to me I mean I knew it but like all so I think it was mainly. Didn't they dump some of Zack's voice. It's like a little teeny bit just to be like. Oh that's right now. It's mostly not him. I Drew Seeley. Who went on the tour Everyone wants act office saying in the next few so it's okay. He got okay. Our last category is teams. James was unanswerable question of the week but before we get into it special announcement because you have the holidays Thanksgiving next week we are doing for the first time. Ever a mailbag. Can I tell you guys house side of Damn I cannot believe we have people who listen besides her mom to send us questions nations but in order to do that please ended of questions. You have to send US question and we're going to be really embarrassed. W Does I'm going to have to make them up the question from accused Leli. Yeah my mom doesn't know enough about pop culture to ask me a question so you guys have to. It's in your hands. What's our twitter handle at teatime? Underscore thirty three. Yes please twitter questions Yes yes you also pretty curse to instagram account. You can slide into our. DM's there okay now for unanswerable question and sorry my answer. A question of the week is why did paper magazine. Give me a gift this week and take away with their break break. The Internet series can nothing be truly sacred so paper magazine. Who has some some some really horrible covers in the past? It did like the one. Where Kylie Jenner? I believe this was correct me if I'm wrong. The one where Kylie Jenner was in a wheelchair They've they do like some really out there covers. I did issue break the Internet. We're we're in. Yeah just a lot of like weird set but this week they join us. Brothers Ferret cover over Gordon Lindsay. Lohan is like Oh yeah they did do a handling fairytale prince and they do a lot of like over the top. Yes so this week they did. They publish a profile with bt. 's by Erica Russell and the cover was bt 's and Lisa Frank which is just everything teen girls have ever wanted it and everything. I've ever wanted so it's just like a cover shoot but there was just all the Lisa Frank animals around them and I was like this is great. This is everything I want from my magazine ever so I was just reading that high this week today. They released the next cover in their break. The Internet series and I came crashing down. It's Pete Davidson and when you look at it it's I. It's cropped and you can only see his face in his body he's shirtless. He has like a robot. And I'm like okay. This is bad but like it could be worse than you scroll down. And he's like they photo shopped him as like a Ken doll that is and he does not have pants on at all. And he's like just like a neutered. Ken Doll Aw. Yeah and naked. And it's Pete Davidson and it's horrified so there's a whole profile with him and I just would like insupportably to my eyes. I would like to know why they had to follow up the bts covered with this. Because I've never loved and hated something so deeply in such a short I was like. Hi Cindy Cindy Crawford. Yeah I'm very quietly trying to get off the Pete Davidson. Just because I'm afraid he's actually dating Gerber which is such a bad look look for him as a human being and as a man So I have no official comment on this. Thank you Internet. Never free airtime his next My unanswerable question okay. There's a company called community and a ton of a list. Celebrities are starting to use it. Basically celebrities recently have been posted on instagram. Being like to get in touch with me texts me at this number. I can respond to you. You'll get updates about like if I'm coming to your city tour and you can actually communicate with me so community let's people slash mainly celebrities. Set up a separate phone line where you can tax and call and you all these different things. But they've gun crazy huge names like Ellen DeGeneres Amy Schumer Jennifer Lopez. The Jonas brothers like all these people are getting on board. Hilo really wants that Oscar. To ashutosh making the rounds she does might question is this white is so different. Why did this need to exist? Isn't this actually twitter and won't this in two months. Be The problem with twitter's at what you get inundated with replies your fans and all the trolls are mixed up in one and then you can't really read through and communicate with people anymore but isn't that the same thing you'll just get trolled on a tax break to either and I don't get the point for fans because obviously they're not going to text you back like they're just like collecting all these replies. Then they'll send you a tax KOTECHA. My News it's just like a newsletter that you're signing up for you're not gonNA be texting with on generous right so like what do you think you're getting out of this. And they the company anything that they're like extremely innovated. This is a brand new idea. Fans it says imagine texting with artists celebrities visionaries the leaders. You respect and admire the same way you do with your mom or best friend. Not It doesn't make any. Isn't this twitter. Am I wrong. I know I don't know twitter plus email right like you're just yeah. You're you're not going to be talking to them. But they're selling it like you're GONNA be texting with them every night if any has listening want to and please do join join community and trying to talk to celebrity. I WanNa hear the like canned responses. You get back from Ellen Degeneres. Thanks for you're going to get a more personalized message if you go to CAMEO DOT COM. That's true okay last one million okay so my unanswerable. Question of the week. Nick is related to the most recent Charlie's angels reboot which flopped over the weekend by making like eight million domestically which is yikes. It's it's tough and Elizabeth banks of banks but at the same time like okay like you've had your shots ole but anyway one of the main reasons why I think it flopped is because the biggest name they got was kristen. Stewart which is a big name but also like I want other big names if great. Hey like twenty bucks to see this movie like I want. What what I thought I was like? I have like an ideal Castro. My mind already headed is like yeah. I'm Margot Robbie you sure Lupita neon go and I want Gemma Chan. I would die for Japan tomorrow. Leash it that's a great lineup. He thank you paramount Sony. Whoever this is you should hired me? I'm just saying well do you think they're just like too good for this now. Like yeah right. They weren't attracted from what I read. The script wasn't good good enough and so it didn't think it was also because he think about oceans eight which wasn't that long ago the fucking Riana and like the biggest so had to scrape which socks again like an institutionalized problem going to dive into that but it shows they've grabbed what eight a list celebrities and still had a difficult time. I am at the bar a lot though. Thank you about that a lot. Yeah Okay thank you guys listening again. Tweet US stay in contact with your tailback questions. We'll be back next week. Thank you sir yeah.

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05/03/2021 DPS Hour 2 Mike Heller

The Dan Patrick Show

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05/03/2021 DPS Hour 2 Mike Heller

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Subscribe to many questions on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. You are listening to the dan. Patrick show on fox sports radio. Hope you had a great weekend everybody. It's our chew on this. Monday in the danettes. Dan patrick show excited about the return. Reggie miller joins us next hour. Check in with the packers coming up in about twenty minutes. Got some drama. Peter king in case you missed peter king. He was on in the first hour. Go to dan. Patrick dot com. If you miss any of our interviews you can always go back. And listen and peter said he did not think. Aaron rodgers was going to be the starting quarterback for the packers week. One we speculated on a couple of teams maybe the raiders maybe the broncos but he was pretty sure and assessing the situation saying if green bay's trading him probably not going to trade him to an nfc team eight seven seven three dp show email address. Dpi dan patrick. Dot com. twitter handle is at dp. Mclovin has a poll question. We'll see if we stay with it and update by way you do not want to go into the twitter feed right now. The packers fans are not happy. That nick foles with suggested that quarterback for next year but the question was to make it worse for packers fans who had the best draft who feels like had the best draft. The bears are still leading with the browns in second place. Okay you can dial us up if you like. Give us your best and worst of the weekend as we always do every monday. Yes mclovin we have. We want a new poll okay. Well that didn't take long if you who do you. Blame aaron rodgers or the packers for this situation deteriorating. Because i was saying that the guys there's been some backlash against rogers. Park is the timing of this news coming out. They said oh. He's upstaging draft even though it's never been proven that he's the one who said this. Yeah i don't know if he leaked it but he did talk to. Mike tariq off camera the kentucky derby and basically co-signed on all the things that are happening his feelings. I think he was upset that it got out there. But i don't know how it got out. There have yet to hear that when adam schefter had that report on thursday late afternoon. Yeah poll a couple of things like any chance. Someone packers source leak. This to make aaron rodgers look bad to make him look petty because it c- could be working a little bit also. I'm curious there's a between the national view in a local view like the local fans packers fans they know all the players about the gm the president the owner that everybody to the quarterback. I wonder if they have a different view than we do nationally. Well we'll find that out in about Fifteen twenty minutes or so so we got our poll question. We say good morning to our tv partner. You can watch on peacock download the app. You can watch all three hours. And a radio affiliates numbering nearly four hundred cities around america and the fox sports radio lineup. We talked a lot about the draft itself. The mock draft business has grown every year. And it's now expected to have your twenty twenty two mock draft ready. I'm guessing probably today. Should have a mock draft out there by somebody. But it's a guessing game. Trevor lawrence might have gone wire. Two wires the top guy. But he's the rare exception. You know go back to twenty eight. Eighteen baker mayfield emerged in the final days before the draft number one overall prospect. He was a transfer who had to officially walk on at oklahoma. He was considered a second round. Prospect tyler murray high school superstar in texas things didn't work out at texas am on top of that already. Top ten pick in baseball won the starting job at oklahoma to think he would be a number one pick a year out would have been nuts. Joe burrow he lost out to dwayne haskins at ohio state and he was just okay in his first year. Starting at lsu. Nobody saw the greatest college football season. A quarterback has ever turned in. They didn't see that coming. And even this year lawrence was number one but number two pick zack. Wilson came out of nowhere. Some guys have that success. Some guys are right in front of you. You don't even know that they're that great sam. How it north carolina oklahoma spencer rattler. Those guys that are going to be on the board taken off the board early probably coming up next spring. Get ready for mock drafts and get ready for the quarterbacks as well it seems like every year. There's one or two where you go didn't see that one coming yes mclovin. Are you ready for our three. The annual way too early. I don't have a full mock draft. But i have my top five quarterbacks for next year well. That's one hour away and i have to. Do not think that i was grinding tape all night to do this just so we know there's a bit of speculation on my part that would that would call in doing homework and i don't expect you to do homework on the people who will go on twitter towers grinding tape. They don't even know what they're looking at half the been watching a lot of tape here okay. Over the last six years there have been three schools. That have had three quarterbacks taken in the draft. One one obvious to i think to are obvious. It's the other one. That's the little sneaky fund. Oklahoma jalen hurts kayla. Mary baker mayfield. Ohio state justin fields. Dwayne haskins carnevale jones north dakota state trae lance eastern stick carson wentz stat of the day the day of the stat of the day. Here comes that what stat of up by the way the two thousand twenty two. Nfl draft is now scheduled for april. Twenty eighth through the thirtieth in las vegas. What could go wrong. Lebron james got hurt. I don't know if he re injured his ankle but it was sore and he decided that he was not going. He took himself out of the lineup. Here is lebron talking about his injury. Last night feels really good. Warm enough again. Everything's going well. You know in the last two games at halftime those kind of got a little soil low tide obstacles decided not to push back in towards the end because of so then he was asked about this seating. Because you're not sure where they're gonna land here and i think it's Two weeks from today that the play in games start. Here's lebron asking about the seating in. The west doesn't matter the day. If i'm not a two percent coastal hundred percent you know where we live so you know that's my mindset and You know if happens to we up at six or v or or whatever the case may be or we ended up in a playoff Whatever that gets whoever came up with that you need to be whatever. Well you know who really loves the plan steph curry. Because he needs to have the play in games to make it into the playoffs. Lebron may love it if he has to love it right now he does it. But if that's your chance to get into the playoffs. Hey we love that. I'm sure steph curry loves those playing games. yes todd. But he's he's all in think it's fantastic. The economy lebron imagine if they slip it to that seven spot and if they were to lose that game they'd have to beat the nine ten winner just to make the playoffs. Yep you he does have adam. Silver strike contact commissioner. He could probably call it himself and say hey. Whoever came up with that playing game thing can you have them fired which mean he'd had to fire himself at himself. Yeah i'm going to guess it doesn't take long to call role of those. Who might have been responsible for this. Lebron if you don't like it couldn't you voiced it like last year in the bubble. You had a chance. Everybody was in the bubble via didn't like it and you do have the voice in the nba. His voices stronger than the commissioners do. You think he now realizes that he was talking. He was talking about the commissioner. Yes he kinda right though. I mean it is really stupid. The play tournament begins tuesday. And that'll be may eighteenth. That concludes friday twenty first. The teams with the seventh and eighth highest. Winning percentages in each conference will each have two opportunities to win one game to earn a playoff spot. Excuse mclovin. Explain this to us last week and i was like i don't know if i know i think i know less after you told me. Yeah my glove. There's like very few teams who aren't going to be in the playoffs in the nba. Like twenty one third. It doesn't feel special. Pull it reminds me of algebra. The teacher would talk. And i would here. The teacher speak. And i'd see the where it's coming and it just never got into my head when you explain to play thing you just explained it again. I still don't know who's in pretty much everybody. Don't worry about it. But just the charlie brown character where they're talking and it's like the adults all sound like that and i'm going like the teacher mclovin by. I shaw headline the joke. The strong front runner for mvp has there ever been a topic that has disappeared more than nba mvp. The reason why disappeared is because lebron disappeared are exactly right on that no i. There's so many shows that will do this to troll you because they can bring in lebron and then you can have the lebron argument and know is the the mvp's not the mvp. He's not the best player zone. Take me i mean it. It fills up time. It does it can give you good content but nobody cares about the mvp. if lebron's not in the conversation or james harden or kevin durant. There's a couple of players jokic winning over joel embiid. No-one cares people in denver. Yes people in philadelphia. Yes but the basketball fan. It doesn't feel like this is a conversation. I mean if you really wanna pick an mvp. And you know where i stand. I thought steph curry at the beginning of the year was going to be the mvp. Chris paul i mean you wanna talk about value to a team. They made the playoffs been a long time since they made the playoffs. First place in the west. You really want to vote in say value. Not starpower chris's not a star. He's a hall of famer. But you're not necessarily tuning in to watch you but what he's done with that team and what he can do in the playoffs like having that guy who has experience and playoff experience is so valuable because you get into tight games half court games gotta make the right decision at the right time now granted. Chris hasn't won anything but having value the most valuable player not the best player because he's not the best player who's zone team. Yes we club here is really valuable. I'm sorry. Julius randle feels like an mvp candidate in that sense like they're still playing very well okay. We need to decide how many candidates you can have for the mvp. First of all like does it is it. Fifteen is at twenty. Is it twenty five because it feels like we just keep adding players. You can only have. Let's say four candidates for mvp may be maybe five at the most. And that's it. Because julius randle is a really good player for the knicks. Okay good they're gonna make the playoffs. They don't make the playoffs. he's the big reason. Why okay he just a really good player but that doesn't mean i mean he's an chris. Paul is more of an mvp kit. Here i am talking about this damn award. Yes paulie i have the latest is. It's twelve hours ago stopping when i say that person has done chance. Oh yokich yeah or jokic joker but not the yoke. He's also the second best player on his own team behind. No he's not. Look michael porter. Jr. that's silly he's like you're averaging thirty points eight. He's unstoppable now. He's realized his truth. He's he's had four weeks. But where did this come from. Would they thought that you know if he got healthy. I mean he was probably the number one prospect coming out of high school by far right but he was hurt and then he got hurt and then you know hurt his rookie year but denver thought if he he had potential to be something special they took a chance on. Murray got hurt. His numbers have been insane. But let els paulie like. I was saying the toddler yokich steph curry. He's third but does he have actual shot. I know his numbers are great but his team does that. Take him out of it. Well if they make the playoffs they're playing game. It seems like that would be a wasted bet. If you put money stuff yeah. I don't think he's going to win. But you know he's been great for his team. Yokich is by far the favourite. He's minus five hundred. Yeah he's gonna win it. Then you got jaanus. Lillard harden luca nasarawa. We're we're done. We we spent way too much fifteen thousand one at chris. Paul if you wanna put a couple of chips on it let me get daryl in oregon. Hey darryl best and worst to the weekend what do you have for me. How are you doing great daryl. Is you know chargers protecting my boy arbor and give him some weapons and some protection. Where's the weekend. They'll i gotta tell ya it's at night. I'm sitting on my couch. I'm watching a movie called gerald's game and my wife gets up and leaves because she says star the show. Looks like your boy dp wait. What's the name of this movie game. The book weight and of course phone. Craps out did you guys here. In games olds. Game gerald's game. I don't know anything about it. It's about a couple tries to spice up their marriage at a remote lake house. After the husband. Dot sorry spoiler the wife is oh this terrible. It sounds like a terrible movie. I know the actor. Bruce greenwood recognize him. Does he look like me or do. I look like him. He played kennedy once in a tv. Movie you looking guy. You look like Is it john. Michael higgins john higgins. That's a guy from best in show. Yeah this guy. I see the resemblance square jaw. Thank you lucas in texas. Hey luke what's on your mind today. Adp high blood a In a similar vein. I've got a Some draft analysis. And i needed come to the true experts Not nfl. this is hot. Guy draft related so I need some help with a potential best or worst of the weekends and We this weekend. I got my wife and i. We watched The new michael jordan movie without remorse and that was great. A lot of fun. Now my question for the gang is. Is it a best of the weekend that i got my wife to watch a movie. She would otherwise have no interest in or is it a worst of the weekend and in that. I didn't have to do a lot of convincing as in. She probably wanted to watch it. More than me you know. I think it's a win win for both that that would that would be my take on lucas. But thank you for the phone call. Yes michael jordan's in such good shape. It's not really attainable. For normal like household dad's sermon death. No it's not like he's in good shape. He's in like world-class shape for an actor. So you can kind of relax. I think it's a win win. We haven't had a hot guy draft in a while. Now that was. I think fourteen two thousand fourteen. Yes man yeah. It has been a little bit. I want to say we've done to. Maybe have we done to hawk. I think so. We might be do now. I was just saying it's been a while since we've had one i'm not the board looks way different than it did in two thousand fourteen. Trust me. well that's not the last time we did it. I got it right before christmas. Two thousand sixteen. Yeah okay yeah then we might be due for a hot guy drowned like i've got zack. Ephron falling off my draft here not in their exact wilson is going to replace. Zack ephron right right yeah. The greatest clip is. When josh duhamel. I tell them to call in. He wants to find out where he went to guy draft because he assumes he was drafted. And you didn't drafting you hear. It was by far the worst moment of his life. Yeah alex in pittsburgh. Hey alex which on your mind. adp I just wanted to talk about well. Sorry so that's the weekend was That's the manchester. United fans rioted over old trafford. Superleague works for the weekend. Not being able to watch manchester united versus liverpool and one. Last thing i wanted to know i'm going to philadelphia. I wanted make love and take on whereas you go get she stay at front row. Mclovin you want to give alex you know the famous places or gino's and pats we have a local place called larry's belly filler and fifty four street. It's really really good. They need the business. No i saw daily andro said that was a big thing wherever the eagles picked device with tweets cheese dating. Yeah i know would you you cover the eagles game last time you were there. Did you even consider getting a cheesecake. You've done that before right. I have done that bit before. I'm not a cheese steak guy. Yes i don't think that she's digs. Should be slighted though cheesecake is a fantastic sandwich. It just yeah. The philadelphia thing gets a little annoying but if we can remove that cheese steak is a superior sandwich me. French dip okay. Well where's the home of french. Dip in america. See a hotbed of french. Dip in our country and find out you do go. You went to memphis. Get a french. Dip oh yeah i don't. I don't know it's not like french. Fries like french. Dip sounds like it's it's not ours where we've sort of made french fries hours. I've never been there but pittsburgh has sandwiches where potato chips and fries on them per mantis. Yeah i've had that before. Is that any good. I could've done without it. Like just give me a great sub. That's all no. I'm good with a an. Gimme a grinder. Italian of doing what happens is people when you go visit a city that you have to go here. You must go here and they give you pressure to do it. And also your expectations are so out of whack that you walk into permanancy brothers in pittsburgh which i'm sure is fantastic and you like that. That was good. That's nice sandwich. But you're blown away. But people come to cincinnati. Go you know. Gotta try goldstar skyline chili. And it's just okay. It serves a purpose late at night. And nobody's having white castle hamburgers at one in the afternoon but eleven at night man. Those things great. When i was in high school and take my sister to college. Everyone said in cincinnati outside society to montgomery in for rib a legendary place lived up to the billing. It was beautiful night. Like one of those places that actually lived up to it They have a place right on the water and that was always simply. We never went. We couldn't afford to go like he couldn't have six kids in my my family going to montgomery in yes. I did a brief look at the history of the friendship. Yeah and what city it's attributed to. Okay i'm gonna take a guess. It's actually somewhat controversial origin of tease. It save it. Yeah i'm gonna. Have you save it. Because i have to take a break if you're in your car. Try getting out of your car going into work. Now after that tees we'll take a break check in with the packers coming up. Is this business. Is this personal. Aaron rodgers back. After this on the dan patrick show it's amazing. Discover matches all the cash back you earn on your credit card or at the end of your first year automatically. There is no limit on how much you can earn. How amazing is that. in fact. it's even more amazing. 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I don't remember what it's called san diego the correct. No it's los angeles california. We didn't get. Yeah just figured. I'd move it along a little bill. Okay thanks yeah. Yeah so but there's two restaurants in los angeles that argue over who created it cole's pacific electric buffet And is is the name p. h. I l. i. p. p. e. is at philippi or sleep fully. Well i'm gonna say it'd be fully because it's french french right. Cas there you got some sleep. The originally way too much time. Yeah french tips mike. Keller sports radio host the mike keller show ten seventy the game in madison wisconsin. Kind enough to stay with here. Mike apologize for that. Is this personal. Or is this business for aaron rodgers. Why think it's personal for aaron rodgers business for the packers and the two aren't mixing together very well. I i think that's part of the issue with the fan base from a rogers perspective. Is that this got personal and this really blue collar fan base so the fact that it is personal i think it It brought his status down among the fan base. A little bit that this is a. This is a feelings issue. How did this start. Who started this like peter. King was talking about of started Twelve months ago accuracy draft jordan love. Green bay didn't reach out through brian. Good accuser matt. Leflore or mark murphy. The team president aaron rodgers when. They're on the clock to say. Hey heads heads-up that's when it began. But i think the field kind of skills everything. That was a motivation. For rogers. i think was happy in green bay during the season. Now i also think Dan that when the season ended his agent they've done went to green bay said okay. Can we dispense with the jordan. Love nonsense and just do this can extend the contract and have the guarantee in place that my client aaron rodgers is going to be here with the packers said no. That's not how we do business. Which is another thing that peter talking to you about in the last hour. I think that's when aaron rodgers said. Okay then i don't wanna be there. We're not gonna do that way then. I don't like brian utica. I don't like the way this is operated and let's move on. But doesn't aaron know that this happened sixteen years ago when he was selected in the first round with brett farve did they give brett farve a heads up that they were taking aaron rodgers. Yeah i don't think so and there's a little revisionist history. Because rogers turned into a first ballot hall of famer and a lot of people are dubious as to what jordan love brings to the table and there wasn't any can't or any exhibition games or anything of that ilk to work through last year. Nobody has the idea of whether jordan love will be great at gant. I really think that the packers were doing this to take one more significant. Run up the mountain or one more significant. Bite the apple this year. The twenty twenty one season and then to see where they stood in a bit works. Maybe they go longer and if it didn't work if they were a first round playoff out or if they didn't make the playoffs then the transition out from a cash standpoint is much more agreeable to green bay side in the business of football than it is in any other way. This was an open secret though mike. It's strange i think it was five weeks ago. I don't even. I've lost track of time where i had a source say it's laughable to think aaron rodgers will be there after this upcoming season and i thought wow okay and then you find out that the rams reached out. This was a while ago before they were going to go. After matthew stafford the niners reach out so it was sort of. They're right in front of us. But i'm just wondering who leaked this. How did this leak could the packers have leak. This to make aaron rodgers look petty. Sure there's there's a fair question there about where the information comes out. Last thursday you know and erin says on saturday off camera. It's a recovery is really just pointed that this got most people most fans. I would stay. Dan believe that this didn't happen by accident. That aaron rodgers. Put this out there. But i could see the little double secret agent deal where the packers put out because all of this has made it easier from a pr standpoint from fan standpoint if they trade him. This is all more tenable from a fan standpoint. Because aaron got his feelings hurt and that brought down a little bit so yeah i suppose it could have come run green bay. I don't think so. But i don't know that we know and i don't know if shaleen woodley who's Errands fiancee is yoko ono. But you know does she to go to green bay and it's like i don't know what role anybody plays here but it it just feels again. Peter king said that at the end of the segment. I did with him. He doesn't think aaron rodgers their year. So you know what happens next. Yeah i dunno mclovin. Do you know i mean. I wore this shirt in honour mclovin. Today i figured he had inside info but the broken glasses t-shirt yes mclovin. Yeah my wife is a big shailene woodley fan. That's all i have to share with there. You go okay thank you. Well y- shaming woodley certainly would be viewed that way. Didn't she say on a late night show that she didn't think she'd marry a guy that threw balls for a living so i don't think she's a big football Nada so you know. Women make sometimes Situations where some men will do things they don't necessarily want to do in the reason one of the reasons. Why wonder have you on is to get the local fan reaction. Because i think nationally. It's different than locally. I think nationally most of us fans or people in the business say while the packers brought this on themselves. But then i started to get a sense of you know. Maybe the packer fans like well. Why would you do this on the day of the draft. Feels like you're being petty. You know just proven wrong and play again. Put up another mvp. And so yeah. There's there's a disconnect here feels like nationally and locally dan. I thought a week ago today. That the that the situation that he hadn't been slander hadn't restructured heading move. Some money around the fan base was seventy thirty with rogers they were. They thought the organization had mishandled this. When the information comes out. You know thursday through saturday. The stuff that we that we saw heard and read. I think that flip. I think it's at best fifty fifty right now. When i think the organization looked really bad a week ago i don't think the organization books is bad from the fan base standpoint today. And that's really just a seventy two hour flip from thursday to sunday. All ask you the same question. I posed a peter. King is aaron rodgers. The starting quarterback for the packers week one. You know his best opportunity to win a super bowl still is in green bay so part of that question comes back to where does he sipped from a competitive standpoint. Maybe it would have been in san francisco dan but when that ship sailed i really. I really think this is at an impasse. And i know you'll be in. Green bay partly depends on whether he thinks his best chance to put one more super bowl trophy and his resume case in green bay. And i think it is. Who's more viewer who's more beloved. Rogers are farve in green bay. Not close rhett far had always fit in here even though he was You know a southern boy. He fit in in wisconsin. Eight cheesy drank the beer. Probably too much beer. He he was a wisconsin guy. Hunt the fish. Aaron has never been beloved as the person now he probably does great things. I know he does in a benevolent way does great things. But he's never fully fit in in. Wisconsin doesn't drink. Beer doesn't eat cheese as an out of the bars. Far did all those things right. So i don't think it's close far is beloved even with that bad. Divorce and rodgers has never been loved in the same way. He's a better quarterback. I think fans recognized fat. But he's not been loved the same way i hope jordan. Love is learning how to drink beer and any cheese. Hey mike great to have you on. Thanks for joining us. Thanks to mike. Keller very popular radio host in madison. The mike keller show ten seventy the game. That's what i think. People nationally don't understand locally that aaron rodgers they love when he's on the football field but i don't think they identify with him. He's not one of them. Where was you know flaws. And all. But also i wondered if they viewed aaron as being petty through all of this like just play a win another mvp. But i wonder if the packers could possibly it is possible could have leaked this because now all of a sudden rogers off the everything credit that he built up it starts to chip away at that and he comes off as somebody who's not happy. Never happy like you didn't draft a wide receiver draft placement this year. first round. Pick defensive back. But i i just think green bay bet on aaron rodgers not being aaron rodgers last year. I think that's all really came down to that. They were trying to be smart draft jordan love and once again. I told you the colts. I was told the colts. We're gonna draft jordan love and the packers had to trade up to get him and then they got him. They didn't know aaron rodgers. Who's gonna throw forty eight touchdowns. I think they were thinking he was going to be twenty five. Twenty six twenty seven touchdowns again make the playoffs. Don't do any damage. And then they can move on from him and then all of a sudden he turns in a season for the ages. And now they've created this situation jordan. Love is not ready. But aaron rodgers is ready to leave your mclovin. What's the incentive for rodgers camp to leak it when they did you know i could. Maybe it was his agent and he didn't have permission. You know how this business works like. How does that come out. It's the timing of it so three hours before the draft. That's what i don't understand. And i don't think that's a coincidence. That all of a sudden the information got out on drafting. I really don't john virginia. We'll sneak in a best and worst. We'll come back and give you ours. Ours ours is well they john. Hey dan I just wanted to say my best for the weekend. Was sean payton prediction or his come. True i mean two months ago on his show you ask them what quarterback he reminded you of and he said ian book and he said this guy's just a winner. And then what does he do. He drafts drafting booking. He just told us he was gonna draft the book so it happened in. Yeah bring that back thank you john thank you here is let me play sean payton. When he was on. I'd take a break here can sneak it in here here. You wanted to tease it. Dan all right. Thank you yeah. We're gonna tease it. This'll be better than the french dip. T yeah sean payton. We'll talk about. Why drafted the notre dame quarterback ian book and more phone calls. Best and worst of the weekend reggie miller coming up next hour right after this. Thanks for listening to the dan. Patrick show podcast. Be sure to catch us. Every weekday morning nine until noon eastern six to nine pacific on fox sports radio and you can find us on the iheartradio app at fsr or streaming live on the peacock out hates. Ben hosted the fifth hour with ben maller along with my trustee sidekick. David guest gone would mean a lot to have you join us at our weekly auditory journey dress one. In god's name is the fifth hour. I'll tell you it's a spin off of this ben. Maller shore cult hit overnights on fsr. Why shoot you listen picture if you will a world where we chat with captains of industry in media sports and more every week explore so amazing facts about human nature and more listen to the fifth hour with ben maller or the iheartradio app apple. Podcast wherever you get your podcast pee. Wee gaskins was not. My friend is a new true crime. Podcast from iheartradio and doghouse. Pictures just chilled. Whatever he wanted to win he wanted to pee wee manipulated one unwitting accessory into hating him with this final murder. It didn't take much to find out the truth. About bam peewee. Gaskins was not my friend. Premieres may tenth. Listen and follow on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. Hey it's comedians nikki. Glaser and i have a new podcast with my best friend and roommate. Andrew collin andrew. I didn't know you let me speak. Look in the mirror and i go. You're thirty six year. Old woman living with europe male best friend laconically. And how did you get here. Why don't wanna do that amazon. Didn't what's your aniston back. If i do the face. I get more into character podcasts. And they can't see that you look like deniro and it barely sounds like we're having a blast over at the nikki. Glaser podcasts from the big money players. Work and i heart radio. Monday through thursday and friday kind of monday through thursday so not every day but most listens the nikki. Glaser podcast on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Some baseball highlights dodgers had two grand slams rat. The brewers on sunday the yankees outscored detroit. Eighteen to four three game sweep over the weekend. Reds and cubs combined for ten home runs on sunday most in any single game since ten years ago. Cincinnati has scored one hundred fifty. One runs so far. That's the second most through twenty seven games in the last forty five years. pretty incredible. the offense is now they were talking about. You know the ball that they were trying to deadened a little bit here and some teams. I think it's affected but not the cincinnati reds. Let's go around the room best and worst to the weekend. Were you saving something for after the break. Was there another tease involved here. Seat in the resent. You teased sean. Payton oh yeah which apparently is going to pay off better than the french dip tease. You'll see about that so this is about six weeks ago sean. Payton saints head. Coach was on. And i asked him. What quarterback plays like. Sean payton did when he was in college. Who plays quarterback now the way you played in high school gosh notre dame is pretty scrappy. I i i was kind of. He's obviously A much better quarterback than i ever thought about being. But you know ian book. Yeah yeah he's he's pretty interesting to watch on tape. So i don't know if i changed the saints draft. I might have yes. I'll pretend that he forgot his name being with all the. Okay mock drafts yeah i saw right through it scrappy kid. Well guess who the same strapped in book out of notre dame and. Here's sean payton. At the press conference after the draft pick shawn. I think all of our eyebrows were raised a little when you made a comment about ian book on the dan. Patrick show a month ago. Was at you leaving breadcrumbs or really remind you of some of your game from when you were in high school and college. Listen i read that. I can't remember even making that comment. He doesn't remind me of me. I wouldn't have drafted me. So he's he's done a great job at notre dame. We've seen a lot of his tape obviously and watched a lot of film on him. A dan had to bring his name up because at that time. Yeah at that time you're generally. The host is kind of moving in the direction of an interview. But no i would have been so hard to even project where were where we were this weekend from from that interview. What the heck is he doing here. He could have said yeah. I don't remember that l. Dan had to bring him up. No no somewhat concerning actually coach remember. Yes he's like. 'cause i mean there's just no way i could pull that name out of thin air. No no while. you're prepping for the draft. No way why the timing of it. No way. Yes i would. Just keep doing that. The media coach remember. You were our coward a month ago. Said you're going to try to first rounders. richard risky. What happened there. I don't ever don't remember that. Yes mclovin so is. He embarrassed that he gave away his pick by acklin too. I think so. I'm guessing. I don't know why you wouldn't just say like i brought up. Hey coach you remind you're playing style. I don't know sean payton's playing style. That's why i asked him play that clip again. Who plays quarterback now the way you played in high school. Gosh kid notre dame is pretty scrappy. I i was kind of. i mean. He's obviously a A a much better quarterback than i ever thought about being. But i you know ian book. Yeah yeah he's he's pretty interesting to watch on tape. Okay brought up the name. What i looked i brought up the concept of. Hey who plays like you played said his name. Though you said is the kid from notre dame. You're the one that said. Hey you know what maybe. Maybe he's talking about another quarterback at notre dame maybe was talking about joe montana. Joe theismann see. It's your fault though because you led him there steered him. That's generally the way this works is used steer people into has steer you into come on coach. And i'm supposed to have a role in the movie. That's based off sean. Payton here when he got suspended cancelled. No i'm still gonna be in the movie. Fritzy best and worst for the weekend friday night at boston garden. Jason tatum lights up the spurs sixty points. Eight points five assists celtics with them. Thirty two at one point one in overtime infinite fighting night worst oklahoma city thunder make history settling worst home loss. Ever lose by fifty seven to the pacers indiana's one hundred fifty two points a franchise record. They led by as many as sixty seven at one point. Yes mclovin best and worst. I got to best. I watched a movie. It's a kids movie. So maybe it's a family movie. Called mitchell's versus machines on net flicks. Got a lot of a lot of hype show. It's unbelievably good. So if you would look for kids movie that's good. The max scherzer had a complete game in two hours thirty seven minutes so he could rush through the hospital where his wife was in labor. Making me think it. All baseball games could be if everybody pitches like their wife's in labor seton o'connor best and worst that we are worst of the weekend. Manchester united fans not happy with the glazer family Dang and i feel bad for jay glazer. He is not related to the glazer family. That owns manchester united. But people are are reaching out and going. 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Episode 40B - Serial Killers and Stephen King Fiction

The Stephen King Boo! Club

28:29 min | 1 year ago

Episode 40B - Serial Killers and Stephen King Fiction

"Content warning true crime related to serial killers including sexual assault and murder of children today. This special long extended version of what is an extended version of Stephen? We've never really paid done. A segment further I don't know let's workshop. It's a seven for like real life. Analogues to Stephen King Valens. Let's call it. Let's call it the rogues gallery rogues gallery love it. This is going to be a little bonus episode about a couple. Not all of the real life serial killers that had inspired serial killers in the last couple of books that we've done. Yeah mainly mostly. We're GONNA talk about John Jubeir. Who might not have heard of and Ted Bundy? Who you've definitely heard of. Yeah if you think you haven't heard of Ted Bundy. You've you've heard of Ted Bundy. He'll start talking and you'll be like Oh. That was a real person. One thing I want to mention on our off week episode here today is that this month were covering the book desperation which is about a police officer who goes on a killing rampage including attacking people in their cars and homes and It is not lost on us that a real life person dressed as a cop not a RCMP. Officer Really did all of those things last weekend. Yeah we're not going to get into it. We're not gonna you know cover it. You can go to news podcasts for that but we wanted to say to our listeners and friends in Nova Scotia and Canada as a whole that were here to support you and if if the information were covering is too much you know we're GonNa try to be sensitive but of course we we totally understand yet so feel free to skip this one if you need to. We're going to try to treat these sensitive way. There is an aspect true crime that is I. Don't WanNa say spectacle but like there's something morbidly fascinating about the fact that this shit actually happens in the world and it's hard to cover in our style. Yes it's hard to do it. Oh lighthearted singer song about it. We can make fun of this horrific stuff because we cover stuff that isn't real right and this episode is about the real life real shit that we're going to try to not be quite as flippant about. We're GONNA keep it light as we can but again like Phoenix much more of a true crime person than I am. You've only recently gotten me into the genre because for the longest time the fact that this stuff is real was like such a massive. Turn off for me that I couldn't get into it because it felt very voyeuristic but what I've kind of come around to is that just ignoring that. Bad things happen is not the answer so I am. I think I think as a horror person. It's almost like a responsibility to acknowledge. Like oh these have real life real world analogs and that's what we're going to be talking about today and if anyone needs a little bit of comfort Jus- no you are way way way less likely to be murdered anywhere in the world today than at any other time in history fact. Yeah Yeah so all right. Let's get started. Let's start with John Jubeir. Yes so some. Call him the Space Cowboy. Some call him the gangster of love. I've I've called him. Maurice once or twice. Eric's all right. We completed the joke. Good work good game the other night. I definitely put the beginnings of the music right. Okay Okay Okay. Okay for your back So in Gerald's game there's a serial killer. He is a prolific necrophile with ACURA. Mega -Ly are serial code. Today is neither of those things. But it's interesting but Stephen King took a name from a real life Maine based serial killer. Yeah and lent it to his book or maybe it was a subconscious or I think he was caught in nineteen ninety six so it might be funny. Stephen King might have actually named a serial killers you bear and then we'll let me see when he was caught all right. Do the math. He was caught right before Stephen King started writing. Gerald's game okay. So maybe subconscious maybe conscious as kind of a nod. Yeah absolutely and interestingly enough he was well we'll get to that all right. Let's go chronologically. So let's talk about. Show bear the fictional character. And then we'll talk about it. Show bear the serial killer. So why don't you explain to the audience? A little bit of the details about the fictional character shirt so this is based off of the book. Gerald's game primarily. I have not read bag of bones. My understanding is that Berisha's feature prominently in that one as well but as far as we hear in Gerald's Game Jober is a serial killer slash NECROPHILIAC. Who Lives in state of Maine? He has acro- Meglena. Is that how it's pronounced ACRO- Akra Mugabe? Which is not related to him being serial killer but it does. It's like a striking aspect of his appearance and he goes around murdering folks and he steals their bones and puts them in like a briefcase thing. A bag of sorts and at one point he shows up where so? If you haven't read Gerald's game the main character gets tied to a bad and has to survive the whole book. It's it's hard core go read. It's one of my favorites. But he shows up and is just generally ominous spooky so he does home invasions he. I think he liked pickled his mom or something like that. Sure did he sure did yes. Oh definitely sexually desecrated most of the bodies. Yeah Yeah looting taking genitals for His So that that sort of sexual depravity comes in here with Jubeir the the man John J Jubeir when he was a kid John. Jay Baer was a kid I sit just me or do. Serial killers always have really dramatic. Names it they often. There's something kind of weighty the top serial killers that most like true crime as can name are like Richard Chase. Ed Geene John Wayne. Casey Richard took Attilo. There's just something batum spooky absolutely like. What if they had been named like Edgar Edgar Zubeir would have been serial killer? Richard Ramirez right so Jubeir when he was thirteen found out that if he stabs little girls with pencils or at one point slices them with Razor Blades. He becomes sexually stimulated unfortunate. It's unfortunate and it's not great. The mixing the crossing of the sex wires and the of violence wires in the brain is pretty much the main cause for Serial killing in an in any many people. That's pretty much where it begins. There are are very few serial killers with no sexual motivations. Now let's talk about the three crimes. There's three that we know of right. Probably just three so in Portland Maine is your bears live in there. It's nineteen eighty two and there's an eleven year old name. Ricky Stetson who went for a jog roof. His body was found on the side of I ninety five by motorists my two hundred dollars like the main road down there in Portland. I the main highway yeah. Someone had attempted to undress him and failed and stabbed and strangled ricky. Interestingly enough in each one of these cases they arrest a suspect. The suspect is always the wrong person which is not super rare. I mean usually they wait till they know The bite mark did match the bite mark on sets his body like from the cast carat for those of you. That don't consume a lot of crime. Media Bite marks are like fingerprints and a lot of ways. They're fairly consistently individual. So that's a way that people will get caught. Which is crazy buck wild? Yeah and they were doing that before they knew about DNA. It's a very early. A primitive form of matching people. So now it's a year later and were in Nebraska which is one of the reasons that these crimes did not get connected right. Danny Joe Abberley is a newspaper boy. I'm not even kidding. He is delivering newspapers and a man coaxes him into his car and they find his body a couple of days later about like four miles away. It was the same thing a probably sexually motivated knife attack. So did they eventually get a confession editor bear? Is that how we know these things? Yup and we'll get to how crazy his confession was and how it kind of shows manipulation in the system. Sure so now. At this point that was a kidnapping and we might not know this but all kidnappings go straight to the FBI right if you can prove. It was a kidnapping a secondary location murder straight. That guy the guy gets called in who happens to be the head of the FBI out profiling team at the time Robert K ressler like the profiler and this comes across his desk and he's like I'm GonNa Profile Shit out of this guy for just is one murder that had talked to the one in Maine. No the man personally but somehow seems out of character. I don't think rolling into his office. Roman his hands together like ooh baby is profile and time viscaya profile. Richard Chase Ted Bundy and Geoffrey. Dahmer Damn this guy is the. He's the profile. He wrote a note. Profiler Robert K Ressler. Honestly if you get a chance to read his books do it. The point is while he's putting together this profile. The police are basically arresting every child molester in both states a couple months later in Peillon Nebraska just a couple miles from wear emily's body was found. Christopher Walden disappeared also got into a car. This was a little bit more of violent crime. There's no reason to describe it. We're not true crime podcast. But right it was more more mutilation ripe will and now Robert K. wrestlers like no no no. We're not arresting anybody who doesn't perfectly perfectly fit my shit so they arrested guy who does not fit his profile and this guy isn't looking good. He has a false alibi. He fails a polygraph test and wrestler. Says send him home. He doesn't fit my profile. Dang he was so sure and he was right. This would be a much different story. If he was like ten percent. Worse this job. Yeah right so basically. There's a guy in a car just loitering Jubeir Just like hanging around a neighborhood. In a preschool. Teacher calls the police. Because she's a nosy. Nora when they saw car they're like a Tan Nova Sedan Russo fast in a series of events. A search warrant is issued. Rope is found that fits the Danny Abberley murder at this dude dorm room by the way. 'cause he's in his twenty one years old. Jubeir the time. Yeah who which makes him one of the youngest operating Kat. Serial killers right. He gets diagnosed by the psychiatric people with everything that you can get diagnosed with. He gets life in prison in Maine but here comes the interesting part to avoid the death penalty in Nebraska. He spills his beans and they're like death penalty anyway. Because there's no rules about that right and just promise not give them to them. Yeah so he files a rid of Habeas Corpus. He says that he was given the death penalty for quote unquote exceptional depravity which is not against the law The court agreed and they appealed and the appeal was overturned by the United States District Court District Nebraska to courts up right because of the torturing the he had made to. They're like this is not looking good for you. Bud like so on July Seventeenth nineteen ninety six. He is executed by Electric Chair Nebraska now while he was leading up to him being electrocuted Nebraska had to look at. Is this cruel and unusual punishment. Like right I think it's interesting that a couple months before green mile is published. Stephen King is watching the news about an electric chair case for killer. He followed ten years ago interesting anyways. That is interesting. It is revealed when they take off his. I don't know hat the thing they strapped down to your head to electrocute you to death with right the cap of whatever we just did Green Mile. Okay that he got a lot of brain blisters and decides of his head were very very damaged. His ears were very very damaged provided night. I didn't know the brain blisters was a phrase that existed in the world. It sure does. My life is demonstrably worse off for it. They repealed the death penalty in Nebraska. Oh Shit not over this but over this in conjunction with a few other thing. Yeah Yeah Years Later. They they repealed the death penalty. So that's John Bear. Which in this really roundabout way relating to Gerald's game. Maybe like yeah yeah I mean. In Gerald's game the character does not get the death penalty and they make a point of saying it right because Dan have the penalty. But I put that in there. You know total super interesting. So that's one of two people that we're going to talk about today. The other one is a little more high profile. Phoenix are GonNa be telling me about Ted Bundy so everybody. Who's into true? Crime knows Ted Bundy. Yeah and knows the whole story and knows the different stories and knows what he said. Everyone said watched the documentary on Netflix. So I don't WanNa like beat a dead horse right but I do want to point out some of the similarities to some Ted Bundy's shit to to desperation. Right now are desperation. Character is not an incredibly intelligent sociopathic villain mastermind. He takes a few of the boxes. He's really doesn't seem on intelligent. He's kind of Wiley. Mikey plants evidence and he takes advantage of people's trust and authority. And that's exactly it. It's the taking advantage of trust and authority that we see from Ted Bundy all the time. Now Ted Bundy a lot of people don't realize because true crime makes it seemed like he was this master of evil master evil but he was also a bumbling fuck up and he he messed up a lot of stuff up to and including his police ruse so he had many many many ruses that he used. I need help fixing my buggy. I lost my dog so many I have a broken arm. Hell yeah and that's how he was lure young women into his car who he would then sexually assault and murder many many many dozens of times. He had one ruse where he would dress up. Like a COP now. He was still driving a yellow buggy. Some of these times cut dammit and other times not and he would have handcuffs in the hands of course came into play with the the sadism kind of thing in I think three of these particular cases there were like actual murders that I don't WanNa say worked out though. He convinced people into his car. Just like Kali intriguing does by saying something. Dangerous is going on out there. I need to help you right. Yeah and then wing people. He didn't know what was that tone of voice dear. We're not on a spooky mansion on a hill. We're not Azerbaijan. This is not where we're at now just to recap the rest of Ted Bundy's career for you Stephen. Yeah because I'm again a lay man. He killed who knows how many people I think nothing numbers dumb game. But let's say more than three dozen people. She says up to including some girlfriends. He was beloved. Local Republican people in his college trusted him. That's crazy man as he started to lose his mind. He's tired to lose his friends and when he was caught rather unceremoniously they. You know they they got. They arrested him out of pulled him out of his car. One day he went to jail. Escaped Jail Chit by digging a tiny hole with a spoon in Earth. Somehow I forget how he did it in the concrete and like losing a bunch of weight. That's crazy yeah. There was a massive manhunt. He goes on trial he almost jail again by the way goes on. Trial represents himself and is so charming. The judge himself says. I don't WanNa put you in jail. What the fuck does a great job representing himself but doesn't present a very good defense also by the way a bunch of women start sexualizing him. One of them shows up to the trial he puts her on the stand and uses a backwards law about certain words. The judge can say to legally marry this woman wild. He is putting the questions to are on the stand. They get married in court. You can't see my face but my gye is like on the ground. I do not understand how any of these words are real things that you're saying to me right now. It he his damn mind and the police kept pulling him over during the time that he was gonna get caught and finding like bloody hammers and the nats nothing wrong. He's like Oh that that's nothing to worry about that. Sopher most notably wearing his police uniform evil forrest gump. This is amazing. What is the crime? Most people remember is that he was wearing just his police captain's hat. He says he reports when he went into a sorority and beat for people to death with a piece of firewood. She's as crazed. How did it take people this long? He was who is this judge who has like seems fine goal dude everyone that met him was like oh he is charming so. Tom Hanks Ten bundy movie when they just did a Ted Bundy movie and it was Zack. Ephron oh that's a good choice and he did a good job to now yeah he. He sang he really did good. So you compare that to someone like intrusion who is definitely Wiley. Has a certain kind of charisma but definitely not like everyone falls in love with him his. It's interesting 'cause there's I think maybe a little bit of that in the way that intrusion has kind of like hypnotism as one of his things like. He has this kind of mesmerizing presence. Yeah which is. I think similar to the way that people who are like crazy charismatic congest. There's a skeptics podcast that I liked quite lot called Ono. Rawson Kerry the river on the maximum phone network. And every now and again they will. Their whole thing is looking into supernatural claims. So that you don't have to. That's the whole shtick. So you can understand why it'd be interested. But they have done a few investigations into like extreme self. Help type things. And they're very open about fact that some people have they refer to it as like a reality distortion field. Where just one? You're in their presence. Everything about that person is just mesmerizing. They saved a lot about a lot of people who are successful. Not evily to like everyone that ever met Bill Clinton said that he made you feel like the only person in the room. Yeah which is incredible. There's just some people have this ability. It's not quite what happens in desperation with intrusion but it's definitely an aspect this kind of a supernatural parallel to that. I think the major point that I'm making is that Ted Bundy Stephen King when he was writing desperation. Knew all about Ted Bundy. It was it was old news. You know and I'm sure that some of that including the part about investing the COP comes out In in the writing and we see the same things that we weren't going to get into it because obviously there's a lot in it where you can compare the whole. Well kids go missing and it just keeps going on to a kind of serial murder thing like if you take away all of its supernatural element. That's a book about a serial killer like these are things that that king is very aware of. Who was the serial killer who dressed up as a clam John Wayne Casey Casey? That's what it was pre or post it. Casey was pre right so it would've been somewhere in his brain pan yeah. I think that Casey was caught. If I'm correct right before the beginning of like the beginning of the writing of it let me make sure that I'm right before I see. Yeah let's check our check. Our facts out here absolutely right. You're crushing it. That's one hundred percent so that would have been there in Stephen King's mind Pogo. The Clown was Oh God. What is it with serial killers in like creepy ass? Name's John Wayne. Casey was a popular local politician. Who people trusted and he would have these parties with all these young boys over and some of them just wouldn't come home and he had a basement full of food three dozen cheeses and I'll say under eighteens. Yes so horrifying. You can see how effective horror might be a mixture of things that are real with Things that are not with the paranormal. When you stir that altogether you get something really effective. Liked it like desperation. Like GERALD'S GAME. You know what's interesting to me? Is that in some ways. Adding the supernatural element actually dilutes the horror yet. No-one no-one read true crime fiction now. Well kind of people do but I want to. The lambs is a major one. That's yes American psycho kind of Taiwa more of an allegory. But yeah those are strong sauce. Though like those are stories that are renowned for being like this one will kinda make you not want to read for a few days. Yeah exactly I think you're right it dilutes it a little bit and also adds something that you can point to and be like. That's not real. It's not real because it clarifies and really did go take a bunch of kids. Yeah Slam Person From Space. Definitely did not didn't yeah. And there was a real joe bear but he was not a space cowboy and he did not kill forty people and pronounce a bunch of. Necker e killed killed three people and was an ineffective criminal. Now that actually brings up a good point though because Jubeir his name was taken from. Jubeir Jubeir is crimes. Were on a mixture of two serial killers named Henry. Lucas and Ed Geene Ed Geene. I've heard of. We can't get all the way into Henry Lucas. He's a drifter killer. Who basically drove around a lot of different areas killed a lot of different people? There's actually a shoutout to Henry Lucas in guilt game. He loves to leave the bread crumbs. Man He does Ed Geene. We can't talk about. Hey listen we're kind of at the limit here. We can be both kind of jovial and talk about a bunch of innocent people dying. I couldn't even give you the outline of genes crass power program but give it a Google. Give it a wikipedia. Yeah if you are in inclined to do so the information is out there. I don't need to tell you about the cheese serve. Need to tell you about the. I'm bleep in that out absolutely not. Yeah now this is not a family program but it sure. Shouldn't that either last podcast on the left or not there are places to get that information. That aren't here. God I listen. Are you in a better mood down even after hearing I like my serial killers like I like my men fictional? Well thank you for joining me on that little survey. We hope y'all come back and join US next week for desperation. Part to yeah should be fun midway through that now. I'm in real time doing this. We did not record these very far in advance at all. So if you are reading with us on this day April Twenty Four. Th at one forty two. Yeah so I'm enjoying it so far. I hope you are as well. And then after that will be regulators which is very exciting. I'll be doing it in one minute musical for that which will be and I think all of the business. We've got to get to here. We've got a few guest appearances in podcast elsewhere. Coming up we'll tell you about those on the main episode next week and Yeah. Thanks for joining us on this. I hope that you did sound one

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A Passive Aggressive Valentine's Card (Airdate 2.14.2020)

Bob and Sheri

1:30:09 hr | 1 year ago

A Passive Aggressive Valentine's Card (Airdate 2.14.2020)

"The weekend Friday most people Friday is just a day before the wiki too. Wrap it to the kiss Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday bob and Sheri Studios on this Friday Jerry. Valentine's Day boys exactly right imposed movie critic He's got a big romantic weekend lineup for his wife Karla but before he kicks that he's GonNa Review Birds of prey starring Margot Robbie as Harley. Quinn we're going to do that in ninety minutes right. Here will is Valentine's Day but right now we're GonNa talk about cheating on your part with food and you will be surprised. How many of us she on our partner with food majority. I do it all the time to the majority of Americans say I'm cheating on my partner with food. Seventy one percent secretly make unhealthy food choices behind their partners back and over a half have hidden food from their partners somewhere in the house. Guilty guilty UNBOLT CHARGES. From your wife or yeah. I have two dark chocolate food from US year. Well we're used to that. I thought maybe since he knows she's blonde and makes funny faces that he didn't hide food from her. Got Your Lick a little squirrel or a hamster or something. Why are you hiding food from your wife? Because she's going to eat my food much my dark chocolate. What's yours is hers. Well if it gets gone then it's not mine anymore. I got chocolate is very expensive and you just go get some of you because if I do that you know it's going to happen. I bought you some dark chocolate on really care for any right now. I'm just you know trying to stay with sugar. Okay it's just it's can I my own little thing. Why could I not have my own little thing and I put it in a little Cabinet upstairs near my reading area And I'll be damned. She never goes in it. 'cause there's only stuff like lightbulbs and stuff in there is sued as the dark chocolate went in there. She knew what was in there he knows. Yeah yeah she knows their newspaper. Sarah Petitions about when I would go. I'd say where is she and I take a little piece of my dark chocolate. I don't hide things from Kevin. We hide things from the kids sometimes. Yeah but I can't or you have to from kids if you bring in some some raspberries you've got a kid in the house the raspberries. I've discovered the only fruit the elite and they cost about forty five dollars a package. I mean this expensive said to me. She's like mom. I have a question. I'm wondering why you never by Golden Raspberries. Because there's a thing that not all raspberries read you can buy Golden Rise. No never seen those is that right. It's because I think they're in season for about four days once a year and they're made out of gold they're made out of gold and I said I don't buy golden raspberries because we are at the Kardashians. That's why I don't buy golden raspberries. You think regular raspberries are expensive. You should get a load of golden raspberries. I've never seen them. I bet they are. They're beautiful they're the same color. Gold is like a yellow tomato They're so pretty There they taste the sweet. They actually taste a little. They taste like raspberries. But there's more of More of almost like a A nectar perfume equal incur. So here's what happens. When I buy raspberries they come in that. Little small contained little plastic container right and You know I was exaggerating. But it's probably you know. Four dollars and seventy five cents easily easily could could be like six dollars and if you don't eat them immediately. They get moldy exactly all right so I put them in the In the refrigerator and that was my big first mistake with the refrigerator. The everybody opens and then stupidly. I level I come around the corner and they've been in the house for about an hour and himself has found them and he's got them in his hand and he's picking one after another shoveling. I'm watching shoved down at least half of the raspberries but I don't WanNa be that goes you're upbeat and my raspberries son and just. I want to watch. That is why I hide stuff when I was a kid My father my mother would have to buy all these foods that were just for him right and like green grapes and plums and oreo cookies and wise potato chips. Those were the four foods that were kind of how love everyone there. Well they had. My parents had children. They had three children and we were little kids at this time and One day we made the mistake of asking if we could have some grapes at my father said fruit in. This house is not for kids. What a memorable line so when we had fruit. It was in the form of fruity pebbles. Right exactly lose some to fill you up. But when when he had fruit. Who is actually? It's the real thing All right so anyway cheating on our spouses food thing. Every time we're on the road together or your big cheaters. We're going to Italian. You restaurant all the pasta wind and number going back to a hotel together about that and you know what they think about that. That's empty calories. That's exactly right Valentine's Day bobby. Kent Lamar's reviews sent right to your phone text eight eight Bob Sharing Happy Valentine's Day once again to everybody I don't know if I should. I should bring this on or not. I was just reading about things that turn thirty five years old this year. I don't WanNa make people feel old. You know these things turned thirty five. So this'll be nineteen eighty-five when they started. If if if you were if you're forty years old right now you were five when these things were introduced and here we go. The movie back to the future is thirty five years old. Wow New coq not me? It does to me to cook. Feels about fifteen. Years was up in stranger things on Netflix X. Doesn't face in the eighties. How long a lot of folks listening do not know what I'm talking about. When I say new Coke Coca Cola decided and it was a big blunder to sweeten the taste of Coca Cola changed the original recipe and make it a little bit sweeter because they thought that Pepsi was coming on a little strong. They changed it and people hated it and it lasted just a few months and they pulled it off them are people say oh that was a publicity stunt. It was not they were. They were trying and it failed. we are the world live aid farm aid thirty five years old. Yeah Wrestlemainia one. Feel like that's always been with is due to. I'm surprised I know pictionary. Oh Wow the discovery of the titanic wreckage. That was thirty five years five years ago. Isn't that amazing? So thirty six years ago. They had an idea of where it was but nobody had laid eyes on it. They weren't sure if it still existed and then they found it The worst song in some people's mind we built this city by starship was thirty five years ago. Guns and roses started at thirty five years ago. The NINTENDO entertainment system and Super Mario Brothers. That's thirty five years old already. Five years where in the world is Carmen Sandiego? That blows my mind that that's been around for thirty five years Blockbuster video started thirty. Five years ago is is down to just one right now. I think the last one cancelled has closed. That's sad forget which city cut it was it was. What Scylla wasn't a fight was? I think it was was silly. Was still hanging on him. That's DISAPP- Calvin and Hobbes thirty five years ago. Microsoft Windows one. Oh that was thirty years ago. The first dot com domain. And I I don't know what it is but the first one was thirty five years ago the Brat Pack with the breakfast club and Saint Elmo's Fire Rob Lowe who else was in that Emilio. Estimating Malta's Demi Moore Pee Wee's big adventure was thirty five years ago. If you ever see that if you ever come across that on on Youtube or whatever that was a visionary show it was terrific and it's still if you watch the TV shows a house the House. Yeah if you watch an episode of that. Tv show today you would believe that it was produced. Today you would was so brilliant really brilliant Celebrities were born and they were Keira. Knightley Reggie Bush Lana del Rey. Anna Kendrick Bruno Mars. Michael Phelps Amanda Siegfried and Renaldo the great soccer pernod. Mars is thirty five five. Hasn't he seemed like twenty three? You sure looks at forever. Boys got some good skin care. I'll tell you that much. He's a handsome guy. The Golden Girls. Thirty five years ago. Thunder catch thirty five years ago. Elmo oh spare US please thirty five years ago and this is A. This is a big deal because it's permeated radio. And television for years thirty. Five years ago David Letterman's first top ten list came out and it was created by the producers slash writer slash girlfriend at the time Mero marcal. That's exactly right. She came up with the top ten list and it really made his show. Actually that's again. That's another one of those things that feels like it's been around for her or ever. That's right here thirty five happy birthday to you. Hearts Valentines game got the People's movie critic. Warm up you might be ready for cold and flu season. Kids instance in young children have a good chance of getting the flu check for fevers with the temporal scanner. Curious Bob and Sheri Arden Spirit of Valentine's Day and Happy Valentine's Day and happy gallon. Thein stay and happy. Your true love. Is Your dog valid? Valentine's that's when you don't need a romantic partner because you've got your girlfriend's gallon thein stay. Oh Okay and in that spirit. Time magazine of all things came up with some ways that you can make your whole life better just by making your relationship stronger and Time magazine has some recommendations some of which. I think you're going to be like no freaking way Time magazine. You don't know a could embrace something new in my relationship go ahead. I'M GONNA ear this some of these you're already doing. I'll start with one year already. Do you can feel good about you. Send at least one supportive tax to your partner every day not. Arians not like. Hey while you're out and you get some chocolate milk or whatever just thinking of you proud of you. I know today's a big day or a stressful day. Or whatever have a successful day extra awesome this morning. Yeah I do then alternative. He what you're not. You don't have a proud of you journal that every single day you write a little message to your wife about how you're proud of her. Time magazine and this is my favorite thing. This article Time magazine suggests as an example. You might right. I'm really proud of you for eating your Broccoli. This is a journal that I write. I'm proud of things that my wife is. Yes I have to say. I refuse to talk to my husband like. He's my six year old child. Throughout of you reading your that makes no sense. I mean come on you can buy. Why don't you just say verbally? Isn't that enough now because it's nice to see and writing now you don't WanNa start a proud of you journal for Mary. But how much do you wish someone would start one for you? I don't like the attitude behind that and I are doing you. It's Oh you of Bob. Let's take a look at Valentine's Day in the recent past. Oh here we go. This is this is something Bob said on Valentine's Day. Two thousand seventeen. Are you ready quote? People mix you feel better and also if you should ever get really sick. They won't be glad I stand by that. I I totally stand by that. I am not let me come. You don't need to. Let's your bifurcating here. Let's let's stay on with what you have. We don't need to go to the book. Bob We've already been to the book at Bob. Let's not make the whole bit auditors kind of rich for you to tell other people to stay on task special that you would be able to do that with straight face you know you can make fun of what. I just said in the book and Bob on in February of seventeen but that is very true that way. If you get really sick they won't be glad that's right because they'll say oh he's such a Nice Guy. I hope he gets better but if they if if you're a jerk they'd say oh he's sick yeah well. I hope it gets better. Here's another thing from time. Magazine keep a stash of little gifts hidden things that your partner likes and then when they least expect it sprang it on them they were like the it says your Time magazine says edible treats a book or something that they would find sweeter funny. You know just making sure that the cat food is purchased. Is THAT NOT ENOUGH. Not even my cat. But I'm buying the cat food and it's always there you know so now. I have to have little treats that are also there. Remind me Max and I'll make a note in his proud of you journal that he got the cat food. Okay I'm proud of YOU BOB. Remembering the cat food okay. The three to one rule this helps defuse conflict. When you can't decide what to do like what restaurant to go to or what movie to watch together you come up with three possible options. One person eliminates one one person eliminates the other and you go with a third. So here's how it would look like. Where shall we go for dinner tonight? Mexican about Chinese. How ABOUT PIZZA? Then you would say. I'm not feeling Mexican. Mary would say I'm not feeling Chinese now. You have to go for pizza and discuss no. Because then she's going to say I don't want pizza either and that's that's how that goes and then I say watch. Just make a choice. And why do I always have to make choices? It's so irritating and then you can go right down in your own proud of me journal proud of myself for always have to make the choices even though you're yeah that's a good one. Here's another one. This is kind of like three to one thing I I can see how that that might work. I give me my wife can can knock off two restaurants just like that. She doesn't want to go to. I only give two or three choices now for things. Is that right? If I'm asking anything the family like they want I don't I no longer say? What are you having for dinner because this is what I get? Oh Gosh now I say what I stack the deck in favor of what I want. What do you feel like having for dinner? Roasted squid pizza rolls or Spaghetti and clams. That's good all right. Bye Message Board. So this is like the proud of you journal. But it's the more public option the proud of you journalists private but the little mess you know the little letter board the Little Message Board. That's where you would put messages that you want everyone to see. Not just about her about her. Yeah maybe sometimes she would make one about you and I know you would like with. Sometimes that's sickening. Don't you think when you see it when people do i? Just thank God so much for my wonderful man. I always feel like somebody's. Somebody was up to something when I see that. See what I mean that Shakespeare line protests. That's the only thing with that but some good ideas a member of all of these. I see the White. Time magazine isn't what it used. I was so surprised I was like time. Why are you stepping on? Rendova morons in the news is straight ahead if you're just joining us. People's movie critic is reviewing birds of prey. Today's the new harlequin movie. It's Bob and Sheri got him to win it individuals Bob and Sheri. It's morons pitches. Love this first story so very much. It was first reported in the Minneapolis Star Tribune for two decades. We've been using. Gps and you would think this point. Everybody would know that if the GPS tells you to go into a body of water it's time to overrule GPS. Nope A guy was visiting Minneapolis. Few days ago and he was using Google maps to get the walking directions back to his hotel around three o'clock in the morning on Saturday and he walked right into the Mississippi River. Fortunately firefighters were able to rescue him and only up with a mild case of Hypothermia. Because it is oh this time of year when people ask them. Why did you walk into the water? He said it was because Google maps told him to quote cross the river. There's there's only one human that I've ever known if that could walk on it Fire Department spokesperson said. The guy should have walked across a bridge which which Minneapolis had provided to Visitors and citizens alike up. You know I can't believe you have this story because I have. I have another man that got into the Detroit River swim from Canada the US right before Christmas. Can you even guess how cold that would be? It would be absolutely so dangerous way to phrase in a matter of minutes wouldn't you? I'm not sure how to I think he had a wet suit on. He's fifty six name is Christopher. Saga you low. I think that's how we pronounce it. He swam across the Detroit River to deliver some books that he made is gifts and he was arrested and he's been in custody for over two months and he said that he was desperate. After being turned away at the border at Niagara Falls he was ineligible to enter the US because he'd been deported to the UK in two thousand ten because he overstayed a visa but he made these books that he was determined to give us Christmas gifts and he said four of the recipients were in the United States. And I believe they needed to get there before Christmas. I believe I needed to swim across. I felt that if I did not do what I was. What I believe was required of me that something terrible would happen to me in the future. So he jumped in the Detroit River and with that bag of books in his teeth swam to the US and was immediately arrested. What happened if I did that if I if I wrote these four books and I got into the river and swam toward Detroit. I finally get over there and give them to the people that I brought them to say. You know we really prefer kindles. Thank you Bob. Thanks for today's morning of the day comes to us out of Brandon. Florida where Logan Wilson was arrested and charged with shoplifting at the bass pro shops there. They arrested him during a routine traffic. Stop because they've watched him leaving the store with the stolen goods. They also arrested his puppy dog. Aw that dog. He doesn't deserve the COPS. Described him as quote the cutest furry accomplice he's being cared for by. Hillsborough County Animal Services and if the owner does not claim him when he gets out of jail. They're gonNA find him a new forever home hope they do. Here's a tip pro tip though. Text the word more onto eight. Eight eight B. O. B. S. H. E. R. I and we will send it directly to your phone. Here's approach it if you're going into bass pro shops the steal stuff. Don't bring your dog because it calls so much to you. That's very true. I was GonNa get away with it. No you're exactly right. They want a pet the dog or if they're scared of the dog. Stay away all right straight ahead for your Valentine's Day. The saddest love songs ever recorded its next get Lamar's review sent right to your phone. Text Eight eight Bob Share. Yes music time baby well. It is Valentine's Day and you know not. Everybody is happy on Valentine's Day and that's okay. We all are allowed to feel the feelings. We feel and to celebrate that Max has prepared for you. The tense saddest love songs that he believes have ever been on the radio really to these are all hits. These are all hits and they they span. I'm trying to think Maybe thirty years forty years forty years okay. Let's let's start off with number ten. This was a huge hit And it's a really good song and is it a heart crusher. This is let her go. Burn Mrs Sung Lane Stars. No you're over wing called only you've been free. Raynham leasing hall bowling on staring at the ceiling. Seem old teeth feeling in your heart. His love golf slow and go so far. We see you in your sleep. Dr Chung ever to keep up to to speak to passengers speak to me. That's very sad. That's a very sad. You only know you love her when you let her go. I just have to stop you. Ask you go girl. Were you thinking of all that time? It's true taking her for granted. That's what it sounds like. I mean you only knew you loved her when you let her go all right. We're going to go now to number nine and this before you play it Max. This is one of those vans. Where like you'll think. Oh yeah okay. I can remember that band but tides dad. The late great herm was such a Groupie for this band that he would he would go see them in Vegas or at state fairs or whatever and when you hear this band and you think of Todd's dad okay you're going to wonder what hit him on the head. This is number nine. Satis Love Song Arise touch. Dad would go to Vegas Groupie. Just say that that's a that's a uniquely that Todd's dad was the only air supply way from a long way off question. I have a question. I just watched part of Saturday night. Fever it was on one of the cable channels and of course all those. Bg This sounds like don't has that same sound from Australia. Same Era to Australia scenario. I can't believe you pick that out the. Bg's were Australian. And so is this the sort of orchestral to it. Yeah I'm sitting there watching Saturday night. Fever in Travolta is like he'd completely owned. He deserved everything he got for that movie but as I'm listening to the BG songs. I was like wow what a moment this was in pop music. Because there's something it's disco but it so orchestral at the same time. That is all of their sons. Were very lush with string. Yeah Yeah Art. In the number eight position is everyone's favourite heartbreak queen. I hate to turn up uninvited but Stay away couldn't fight it. I talked to be reminded that it is no longer thing to work since princess of pain during that album. I'd say Adele and her music will be with US forever. Her voices remorse. She just recently dissolved touring company. And you can go ahead and further from that. She's not going to be performed the raid. I don't think she ever liked it. She never did she never did. And she's very awful lot of weight. I read him. One of my British news feeds that she lost seven stone. And I'm not sure how much that is. How much is a stone? I can you Google Stone. I've only been reading about the weight that she lost. I haven't seen a recent picture on. I know they're out there. I just haven't gone looking for pictures of her at one of the Oscar. After party she was wearing a leopard print dress. Adele is one of the most beautiful women I've ever seen gorgeous. We'll stop fourteen pounds so seven times. Fourteen oh my gosh. That's ninety eight. Pounds are in in the number seven position. This one is so excruciating. Here we go to song ever known thing. When I was first radio I had played I would go. I would go to some kind of record for format crossing. This is a hit on multiple formats food rolling down on. This is one of those moments where I don't regret media deprived childhood in the number six position. Satis love song ever written by one of the great artists. Tony Breath a new. We're GONNA break. We'll come back atop five. Saddest love songs ever written Valentine's Day Bob and Sheri the off Air PODCAST Bobbins Sherry odd cast download on the free Bob and Sheri website. Or wherever you get your podcast Bob and Jerry. Max is put together the top ten saddest love songs of all time. I think the one I hated so far the most is feelings. Nothing more than feelings. All right you got your feeling so we all have our feelings. That's it's so slow and it's so sad it is so slow and so sad and I have to do a math. Correction if Adele lost seven stone and a stone is fourteen pounds. It's eighty four pounds ninety eight pounds and I just want to remind you America that I don't work for Charles Schwab. You're welcome the number five satis love song. According to Max. Is this wind. Say something on giving on you. Oh my God this small. Oh my head. This great big world with Christina Aguilera. Say something. This song is so dominant dance competitions. Really every dance parents out there right now just broke into a cold sweat because we have heard say something fall a million times. It's really beautiful. It's a gorgeous song. I'm giving up on you. Art this next one is a legendary Bob and Sheri favourite worst ghost his cabinet or something one of our listeners told me this is being made it to a movie. That's what I'm going to miss. The hallmark channel is running out the number three position. Ho So interesting. That they have acquired he is. The choir sang all the boys choir. He's he's another the song. They were sued by Tom. Petty you're kidding. Yeah I remember that. Did they win down in the number two spot? Well here's one. That every woman of certain ages how to drink to a finally in the number one position and I know you're thinking to yourself cookie sadder than that. I triple dog dare you to come up with one song sadder all by myself car. I don't think it can be done a folks. We hope you enjoyed those. And we'll be telling you in the next segment where you can get some good deals on Ben and Jerry's double fudge ice cream which you probably will be eating all alone every bit of it later when you get home you. What did you do at work today? I said well I did research and put together the saddest dog several record. I made people cry. But we're GONNA cheery up because next it's People's movie critic and he is reviewing birds of prey get Lamar's review sent right to your phone text. Eighty five share and it is time now for the People's movie critic and he's reviewing birds of prey which has had its title changed. Did you guys hear about this? Oh yeah the. The original title of movie birds of Prey was so freaking long and people couldn't find it so they changed the title to make it easier for search engines to find the most. That right yeah. Yeah I've ever heard of a movement doing that. I've seen the previews and let me let me. Just say she's too much woman for me. I Love Margot Robbie. She's too much woman for me. What did you think Lamar well? This is a spinoff of the suicide squad from a few years ago which I didn't care for because it was all over the place and know the characters except for hers was great or that lockable. I didn't think Jerry Lido did. And it's taking the role of the joker who do why now you sandwiched between two of the greatest performances of the joker. That's ever been done. I mean so so it was a no win for him but when I saw birds of prey was going to concentrate on the Harley Quinn character. I thought will possibly. They've learned from the mistakes of the suicide squad. And this would be a way better movie and Margot Robbie who as Harley Quinn was the one bright spot in the suicide squad so you know. She's a really good actors and at like I like her everything she does. And the story of this is Harley Quinn and the joker have broken up so instead of moping around and being sad harley has decided to buy keep it in her bathtub and get on with her life and her life consists of craziness. I mean it's crazy. The one thing she has left out of the equation is the fact that she is treated people horribly and she's done terrible terrible things to some very dangerous people but she could get away with everything because she was the jokers girlfriend and since everybody is terrified of. The Joker Harley was untouchable when now that they're broke up she's fair game and every bad person in Gotham city wants to kill her. So this leads to multiple and I mean multiple fight scenes or a bunch of bad guys twice as big as she is with. Guns cannot handle Harley Quinn on with a baseball bat and she also manages to get on the bad side of the major villain in this movie. The black mask and he's played by you and McGregor. Let me just say you and McGregor is a really talented actor. But in this movie he sucked he was the absolutely wrong choice for this role. His presence was like a damp towel on anything that he's in. The big plot point is a diamond that everybody is after. It is swallowed by a young pickpocket. Named Cassandra Cain she's played by LBJ BASCO and harleys trying to get it back. Laxatives and prune juice and the black mask is warning to use a knife. Okay so this is supply and it's stain is that is it allows for the introduction of the characters that will be the rest of the birds of prey so evidently they're looking to make a movie. Dc's trying to do a movie about this and the birds of prey. They're going to be like this. There's a police detective Renee Montoya. Who's played by Rosie Perez? There's a crossbow wielding assassin. Who calls herself the hunters? Who's played by Mary? Elizabeth winstead and there's a nightclub singer called black canary. Who's played by journey? Smell it bill now. The best thing in this movie is Margot Robbie but she is so manny. She is so crazy sometimes. Over the top it can be a little bit much but the rest of the birds of prey. They don't have enough back story for you. Fully get into their characters. They sort of pop in and out to fight with Harley Quinn until the final big fight scene. Will they all join forces? There's flashbacks within flashbacks. And for some reason out of nowhere. There's a Broadway type singing number that I still don't get okay. The movies rated R. And it seemed like what they were trying to do was go for a deadpool type of thing but they fail pretty short of that. I mean there was some funny lines is some stuff. But it's not the same and I did not like the movie a found it to be very tedious and really sometimes annoying but in the last fifteen minutes. I lean over to Carla my wife. I took her with me and I said cut to sucks. Is She made? It looked like I was crazy. She says Larry Lack. So I'm thinking. Well maybe it's more appealing to women and of course the Ho- strong kick ass woman thing. I mean get there like I like that but the I think the fact that all the fighting and action scenes or a little bit more cartoonish. They were less violent and less bloody unlike a John. Wicker deadpool I think that women take that action a little bit easier. She don't WanNa see. I WANNA see the action but not too gross part so even though I didn't like it and a lot of critics did I mean I'm one of the few critics it didn't like it more importantly though more importantly my wife liked and so I wanNA say says my wife liked. You might want to give it a shot. Pretty particularly doesn't like a lot of the movies that you I. I wanted to continue with this. I want to see this. I've seen the preview and I know what you're talking about about how crazy she looks but there is something about that that. I that drives me to want to see this movie and it has to do with Max and experience and Max's past that I've never experienced and I'll talk about that with with Lamar Lavar this. This is why I want to see this movie. Stay right there. We'll be back. Many buds for birds of prey. My score to buds my wife score for but's that's that's what I'm GONNA say there. You go sit tight more with the. People's movie critic straight ahead it's Bob and Sheri get Lamar's review sent right to your phone text. Eight eight five shares okay. We're back with Lamar right now. And we're having a discussion about birds of prey. He didn't like the movie so much but his wife liked it quite a bit and that brings up the question. Is this a movie that is female empowerment movie now? Let's remember not long ago wonder woman came out and pretty much. Everybody liked wonder. Women wonder woman but women loved Wonder Woman Women of All Ages. Love that movie. That was our movie Here's my deal with it. I've only seen the previews. I've seen them a couple of times. Max In his past has dated a crazy woman or two okay. I for whatever reason you've missed that I've never been with anyone like Harley Quinn Or even a tamp down version of crazy woman like that and I'm wondering what's that like. There's there's something fantasy wise in my head that goes. I bet that's going to be a crazy ride but a fun. One it's Is Maxwell tell you? The Fun is very quickly drowned out by the crazy Max what I love. I love the two of them are talking about me as if there's like. What are we going to do with Max? We put him in the home talking about me like I'm not even the room and it's you know it's stuff that's happened in my life. It's just you have described women that were. Let's let's say Exciting enthusiasm none of the women that can currently here. This show we all know of course not time ago long time ago right. That's right. Yeah Yeah so so do you think is is this a female empowerment movie are think it is? I think it is the way Margot Robbie plays Harley Quinn yet. You're sitting there going well. This is a psychopath and on the other hand. You're like but I love her. That's exactly right that's right. She does a great job. The thing is I think I'm right. I think I am right on this like Jerry to you. You like action movies right. I love it. I love the wick movies. Like I'm you love but see some some women my wife my wife. She likes action movie but she's like well. I mean you guys. Here's Oh that's likes. She wants action light. She don't she wants action. She don't mind seeing a bunch of sword swinging around she. Just WanNa see no blood spilling you know what I'm saying hurt the I mean is she just doesn't want to see the show and so this is action action action but it's choreographed. Pretty Ito. It's just it's crazy action when somebody a rope and somebody grabs a rope in their roller skating behind a motorcycle to catch a car. The shooting at me. You know that right. So that was. I was really shocked though I was. She's really she's like yeah. This is great and I'm like you know what? Let me shut up. You know 'cause I I was my action. I like it a little bit more John Wick. You know saying I like it a little bit more you know. I like very like traditionally guy oriented movies anyway. But here's what I love about Harley Quinn She she may be psychotic but she's not wrong like I'm irritated but I'm not insane like as a girlfriend. I am an irritant not crazy girl. I will tell you I will never nail you to the bed so right but I look at Harley Quinn and I'm like you go get it girl. He leads you wrong you go get. It wouldn't have blown his entire apartment building up. But you go get it but what you're describing ear to think that's the death by thousand cuts. I Slow People's movie critic you don't get three husbands by being an amateur. Lamar I just love. The cartilage loves to see a GOOD SWORD FIGHT. But no cutting it's like. She likes to see a sword as as a dance accoutrements. Lewan sister go to dinner at Beni Hon. Not exactly I'm GONNA go see. There's there's something about when they do a tight shot on her crazy is. It's just so so appealing to watch all right then. I can win some content to the show based on my personal life so thankful you survived once again. There are no women within the sound of our voice addressing as holy. No Max to about some choice. Places to hide a body faced on things. Lamar Haida Carla for people over sixty. Five flu can bring serious complications Bieber. Camin the flu. So Watch for symptoms with the exegen temporal scanner. It's quick and easy to use. Here's Bob and Sheri Valentine's Day everybody. I came across. I what I believe is the world's most passive aggressive Valentine's Day. What is message? This roses are red violets are blue. But I wouldn't know because you never bring me flowers. Get that out of that taste out of my mouth. So good looks direct. Let's go to our APP if you have the Bob and Sheri APP which is free. Google play in the apple APP store. There's little microphone at the bottom of the screen. When you tap it and talk your voice will fly through the air and land magically on on maximum. Here we go. Hi Bob and Sheri this Kenzi. I'm just calling to let you know that my fiance not only chews on his Charles that he actually will clothe 'em off of his feet and he will put them in his mouth and chew on them for quite a long time. So yeah so to. I would add a little extra kick to Bob Day. Enjoy that ball oh my God. That's the fiancee. Did she say that was well? He's getting his calcium okay. No parental does seriously seriously. I'm right there with you. Iberia Sleep. That's how you start off what's going to be when he's in his fifties and sixty so I hope so too. That would be a blessing. That's seems to be chewing on his ear. I think she's looking at this and going For God's sakes long can this last you know there's some poor guy out there that hasn't had a date and four years and he's going. I don't do that and nobody you know you see these guys who who take out like billboards on the highway. Jim Is looking for love right with their phone number. I know it. I know I'm going to make a bet in the bed. Is He's really hands so he's really handsome. You can look some personal. I'M GONNA take that back 'cause I don't believe that I don't believe that a handsome guy would do that. I'm trying to picture Zach. Ephron yes no way that he would do that but if he did. I'm trying to picture Zaka Front. I walk it somehow somehow. I'm single and I'm Zack. Ephron so clearly there's LSD in everybody's drinking but somehow this is happening and I come home from work and Zach is in the living room with his whole foot in his mouth. Would you do. How are you reacted now? You don't have to stare just that his foot now you'll get his face in his body. You need to settle down. I'm dating Zack. Ephron there's a lot so you are overlooking because it's at least for a while see. I don't think Zack ephrons growth Chew their own Tony Though. I'm coming up with that and you don't know I'm asking you to consider whether or not I'm right or wrong in the two actors. Okay and and one of them is more likely than the other to be sitting there alone chewing his toenails off. Okay one is Zack. Ephron and the other is his name escapes me right now he was he was in Fargo. He was the villain may stay. Steeper semi one is is a sack Ephron. The other is Steve Semi which one is more likely to be the one chewing his own. Right now Steve. Semi is driving through the Hudson Valley and just crashed into a tree. He's like why why you gotTa Eight. I Love Steve. But I'm saying which guy is more likely. I don't think there that you can profile that way. I don't know what sort of human being other than an extremely flexible one is up to that. I don't think it's I don't think we can profile based on like what they look like. Or what kind of job they have. Okay let me get. Let's get personal Who's the most handsome actor or singer that we ever had in this? Oh over the years God. That's a tough one the Crazy for this girl twins. Jared in were. They loved the song. Yeah Simon Lebron. Who absolutely came in here? He swaggered in here. How Jolly threw his arms around me. And I've reeked of debauchery and expensive Cologne for the rest of the day. Because he probably hasn't bathed for two or three days now he's not a good example. Monahan from train pat. Monahan was hard. Pat Pat Monahan. No my my dream boat. Wicked game precising. Is Chris Isaac or likely to be chewing his own toenails or your cousin. Ugly Chuck who would eat his own sweater. That was his brother to be fair. That was his sock suck. So we're not animals and his family. I Apologize Ugly Chuck's brother or Chris Isaac who's more likely to be doing his own toilets on the surface you would. You would reach Creek Kurds so I think my point is proven but you're basing see. You're picking a behavior you find distasteful and associating it with people that class. Excuse me excuse me. Everyone listening agrees with me and that doesn't happen very often but it is right now your assumption that good looking people don't do disgusting disgusting things. Obviously there's Ted. Bundy is completely based on just superficial judgements. And I bet I could name a handful of breathtakingly beautiful women that if you happen to be married to Jennifer Connelly and she had both of her feet in her mouth. You would find a way to work with it. You would think you would think you what of course there wasn't quick to deny your face. Your face is over. They're going if I'm drunk enough need. Thank you would find a way to work with all right well. I'm trying to picture her doing that. She wouldn't look happy about it. What do you mean by that? She's through. She's doing it because you know she doesn't really die though it. She doesn't play comedy well. Hey thanks for setting me free and all we can do is wish our talk have a happy marriage. And maybe maybe he won't be as flexible going forward. It's Bob and Sheri sharable paste of this show the fun size podcast drops every Thursday on the free body. Somebody posted this the other day and I agree. They posted these words. The smell of walking into somebody's house for the first time is different for every single house and I think I think that's true. I started thinking about houses when I was a kid that my mother or father would take me to visit. They had friends or whatever. And I'd walk in and I I said to myself. Oh this does not smell like our house this. This smells like cigars or this smells. We have neighbors across the street Polish family. This smells like Sauerkraut in or this. Smells like some food that I can't identify but it's permeated the entire house. And then I like when Mary and I were looking for a house years ago when we first got married we thought very nice house but as soon as the real estate agent opened the door and we walked into the living room I went. I can't live here said why I said the smell. I don't know what they're cooking here. I think there boiling humans. It's just disgusting smelling. I didn't know that those folks didn't they when they sold you the house they were going to leave you since. I know they're going to stay and cook for me every night. That whatever that horrible thing because it just so turned me off and I said to myself when I sell my house. Someday I'm GonNa have this place purified and then I said I wonder what people think when they walk into my House. Because you never think that your house has a smell. Yeah right but it probably does. I said that to Mary and she said Oh. Yeah our house has smell i. How can our house have a smell? Because you know what? I think that my house smells like I hate to say this. It's most like animals because we've got to got a cat and a dog. I have more animals than you might ask. Does my house smell again almost when you doesn't know but you. Your House is bigger than my House. And it has very high ceilings. And I think that's probably what's doing. My siblings are a little lower. My my house is in bigger. My ceilings are taller because of my allergies. I don't have any rugs Yeah we yeah you know. That's part of it. I gotTa Get Zero Red and also John said to me the other night because when I came home from last dance competition I walked in. I felt like our house smelled like a barn And it was wet muddy. Everything else but he you know he said to me last night and he's like I don't know what's up with you but you like to clean. Well I said it's not that I'd like to clean. It's I like to have a clean house. These are two different things he goes. No I think you like to clean No I would like a clean house if someone else cleaning it as much as when. I'm cleaning everything just like my house. I never get into an argument with my wife but the other knife just said I love this house but it is just so cluttered and I kind of went off. I've apologized since then. Because she says people have to live and she's right and she's right. I have to check myself. I don't know if it's OCD. Or what but I am more like you that way. The thing is our house is always cluttered in chaotic. I'm the only person that's bothered by the rest of them. Don't even such the the same thing where I live a speaking of d. This is not a joke. There's a new. Ocd medicine on the market. Now the downside is you have to take it in his accent time every Sunday there. That's there actually at the medicine out. Those thank you thank you read it once and read it again. I can't believe this it's Bob and Cherries and believe I'm GonNa tell you a little story about apple and technology and law enforcement and the world we live in and it's super fascinating. You may have seen in in the news or on Your News. Feed that Edina of A university and I don't know a dozen other people were just recently arrested on child pornography charges. And you see these things happen and you go. How did law enforcement? How did they get those guys right? How did they do it? Well there's a couple of different ways and one of them is happening right now with apple and Forbes magazine got a hold of the search warrant that broke down what apple is doing. And here's how it works. Apple Systems Is scanning email? That comes through the apple servers and if the apple server detects a hash mark on a previously existing piece of child abuse imagery it could be video of could be a still photo anytime. There's been harassed or an investigation or bust of any kind law enforcement takes those photos and videos and puts a special hash mark on them. There are in circulation but they flag Systems so if you were to trade if you were to send somebody an image that was hashed That transaction coming from your Internet address to someone else's is flagged apple. Is doing this and you didn't even know it. Apple is flagging those things as a comes through their system when one is detected The email is then scanned. And it's not apple employees reading your email or looking at your stuff. It's not that way at all. It's all done with Computers in AI. But the email or the file that contains the potentially illegal image is then pulled its flagged and it's quarantined and once that once that happens then it's actually looked at by an apple staff member who looks at the content of the image file and looks at the email and if it rises to the level of crime. It's then report it to law enforcement. What do you think of that? I think that that is what needs to be happening. I'm not against that at all so so. The crime occurs when the person who has. I don't know how they got this image but they got this. It's all on the darkness of this image. Right it the crime occurs. When that person sends that image to somebody else or receives it or receives yeah sends receives it and Apple. Apple hasn't really been super cooperative with law enforcement. There have been a couple of cases that made big national news where the phone was. Locked and apple wouldn't jailbreak the phone right. The the user had to give up the pass code or or law enforcement. Google Google's the same way they think that that's a slippery slope once you let a little bit of government supervision you're gonna let everything in but Forbes found there was a government core a warrant a government court filing and Forbes dug it out and that's how Forbes found out and broke this news earlier this week. Get Dave yesterday or the day before. I'm really I'm super interested in this kind of stuff so I get alerts when stories like this pop so it does allow Apple. Use their systems to scan for hashed videos and pictures meaning. These are things that have already been caught by law enforcement and It does allow that of course. If it hasn't been hashed it goes through the system undetected so I know that this is a privacy issue but if you are trading in and selling child abuse imagery sorry. I don't have a whole lot of compassion for you don't either. I don't care about your freedoms Yeah No. I think it's a good thing. I think. A little more regulation in the wild west of the Internet is is not a bad thing and I know right now. There are people who are howling. But you know to each his own if you if you can find somebody who's disseminating those sort of images and get and get them off the street. Good here's how you have to look at it like you would get if you were doing Fraud Deals online at or drug deals. Or whatever you could get popped in the same way And these are images that have these are images that have been used. These are this is evidence actually wrote and once. This stuff's on the dark web. It's there forever right dark web. It's only the hashing that allows law enforcement to track the illegal trade in these images if somebody said you have a choice man and if you don't get one of these Yo di you have to either figure out how to get on the dark web or find bigfoot. I'm done I I've got nothing is perfect. You know what I'm going to the woods in Washington state. I know where to start looking for bigfoot. I think I have a better shot. I I read this once not too long ago and I can't remember the exact percentage off the top my head. I'd have to Google it but the heart of the Internet that we deal with you know email and facebook and Amazon and Google Inc a recipe for chicken. That is the tiniest fraction of the Internet. The bulk of the Internet. We don't even visit really and some of it is the dark web and some of it is dead ends and shoot or whatever off define that and share that one day on the show because it was really interesting but if you are up to no damn good and you're listening to this right now and you don't correct yourself you got no one to blame but yourself when the FBI comes to your house. Oh here's what the F. B. I. Do they come to your house and they take you away. Here's the here's the third thing it would be fine the dark web find bigfoot or Explained bitcoins big. I'm going to Washington State and humanity. This may be the only way we do find big. I'll post this on facebook. You can see it for yourself. It's Bob and Sheri get Lamar's review sent right to your phone text. Eight five share all right in the break. I googled it so that I could tell Bob so. The percentage of the Internet that we use is called the surface Internet. And it's really. It's he bitsy teeny then underneath. That is the deep web which is is not indexed by search engines. So you can't Google stuff on the deep web you can get to the deep web if you have like the exact Url or you have access permission which there and the deep web is like It's a lot of email and social media profiles and it's not anything like criminal. The deep web is not the same as the dark. How do I get to the deep web? I have to have an address and then I'm there and what am I looking for? The deep web is is a lot of archive stuff. Look excited about the the surface Internet is searching is worse. Search engines crawl then? There's the deep web underneath that. I wish I understood this more so interesting and then the dark web. Which is where you can't go. You're gonNA find bigfoot Before you figure out that that's only like point one percent of the entire Internet but it's all sorts of filthy dealers. It's the hiding of money. It's pornography it. It's it's a dangerous place but do you know that the just going onto the dark web deep. I guess depending what you do like if you have torn you can access the dark web just going on the dark web just going. There can set off a red flags and bring the FBI to your house. You're kidding that's what I read Ya. Don't wait wait wait wait. The dark web is against the law. Knit there's a lot of illicit illegal criminal on the dark web so the dark web itself is not against the law. But depending on what you do there you could be committing like Selling guns yeah. That's sort of like a gun. Store is not against the law by gun. Shoot your neighbor. That's some kind of criminal dark web so depending on where you go on the dark web and you remember that guy the Silk Road Guy. Russell named Oberg. Maybe he's in prison in prison for life. Yeah he do. He Brooks created the Silk Road and it was everything from drugs to. I think you could get some arms right. I'm higher murder-for-hire to get him down there. So depending on where you and I guess it would really depend on what you hit on once. You're on the dark web. Whether or not you got flagged by the FBI but it's possible so the FBI is monitoring the dark web all the time. Yeah but the yes they are but the people who are doing criminal things on the dark web are constantly shifting moving target new. There's an incredible podcast that is not for if you're easily triggered squeamish or the faint of heart called hunting warhead about the law enforcement action that shut down the Dark Web's largest child abuse ring. Yeah it's fascinating style. Yes there you go. There's surface web the deep web in the dark web. And where are you going to find? Bigfoot Washington sense. 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Sharing I read a post on a Kora which is very interesting. Social Media Site. It seems to consist about eighty three percent of people who hate Meghan markle and then a bunch of stories about people's in laws But here's one and I learned something. I didn't know and it's so fascinating. Do you know who Queen Isabella was not the Christopher Columbus Queens. The only one I know of this is She was an English Queen and she was married to A an English king That she murdered. So I'm GonNa tell you about Queen Isabella. I'm GonNa Redo from Cora. Her nickname was the she wolf a France. When that's your nickname trouble. She was Known to be a complex violent person who drank heavily but she was very kind to the poor and very well liked by her people she was just a descendant of William the conqueror and she married King Edward the second and then she murdered him and became a nun and this is the kind of stuff that if they'd have taught little lifestyle changes and if they did taught this in history yeah so she when she was fourteen years old her father who was King Philip. The Fourth of France married her off to her second cousin. Once removed England's King Edward. The Second Eber was twenty three. She was fourteen History tells us that they were both extraordinarily beautiful people and back then. Fourteen was about the age when you would get married off. She made the move to England. She made the move to England. Now here's the Hiccup King Edward. The second was gay and he was involved in an affair with a knight named Pierce Galveston. Now his father had ban night Galveston but when the elder king died the new King Edward the second brought him back from his banning married off to his own niece. Made him the Earl of Cornwall. And at his wedding to Isabela King. Edward the second did not speak to his new bride or sit with her. He sat with his boyfriend the night and he took Isabella's jewels which came with her to the marriage and gave them to the night and the night wore them in public like Abella. And we'll never be your boyfriend's name He was He was a knight named Peers Galveston. So it seems like you can go back. Centuries on a guy named peers is always giving the royal family. Hell yeah so The royal tapestry makers were ordered to make a royal tapestry celebrating the marriage featuring King Edward's and the night Pierce Galveston's coat of arms. Meanwhile Isabella's over here going a wait what am I gonNA. You gave my jewels to your boyfriend. You're now you're having his coat of arms in the top story so Isabella was not pleased. it was not romantic She was not that was not at all what she'd been led to believe what happened. This is a great movie and she complained to her father. The King of France and the King of France is all like Yo King Edward. Like enough with the boyfriend and he got the boy. They exiled the boyfriend Ireland but he came back and then Edward was all pissy about the whole like you know having to be married to a woman so he declared war on Scotland and that was a terrible wound. What were they doing? He's ticked off at France. He says I gotTa Kick Somebody's Butt and the barons rose up against him in civil war and captured his boyfriend and executed him and marched the boyfriends headless body around town on a ladder. Oh my God will. The king was heartbroken but he moved on and he got two new boyfriends a father and his son Combo and they they were both the kings boyfriend. After your lover's head is taken off. Just use the words in moved on he. Did you know that this is terrible? Isn't this the most unbelievable stories women? What was the year again that this is in the fourteenth century teams are so thirteen hundred so Isabella gave birth to her first child and we have no idea who the father was. Because there's not a lot of historical support for the idea that it was King Edward's son They went on to have Two more daughters and another son after that and there was all sorts of intrigue and Dissatisfaction. As you can imagine Isabella was twice almost captured by the Scottish in two different wars. The second time she sends word to King Edward. Help the Scots have me? Which by the way is not to me a kidnapping but in actual fantasy how you know when King Edward did not a damn thing he left. He was glad to be rid of her. The Scottish killed two of her ladies in waiting but she was able to get on a boat and escape at this point now. She's really not happy with her husband. King Edward and he was frankly scarlet. I don't give a damn because he wanted her to pledge loyalty to his two boyfriends the father and son and Isabella was like oh I don't think so Satan and so that was this huge point of conflict between them. Well at that point she takes her son who's named Edward and goes to France to to visit her brother who's the new king of France. King Charles the fourth and while she was in France Bank visiting her brother she rounded up an army including lots of English nobles who didn't like her husband Edward the second went back to England and personally murdered her husband and took the throne and his two boyfriends met with grisly deaths. Also I won't describe those because some people may still be eating breakfast. She was bad says she wolf afraid she was tough. It's so interesting. That England and France together fought against each other constantly and yet the King of France sends over his daughter to marry the King of England. You know it's it's it's what's the word an interesting relationship you know how it all ended. Her son became Edward. The third executed her lover Had Him beheaded and she asked for his heart and they gave it to her. She kept her lover's heart in a little box and went and became a non and right. Now Chris Jenner's going and people hate me for Ladies Gentlemen. Happy Valentine's Day that's the story of this. She wolfer France. Would you not have stayed awake in history class of thought that that would be really good morning? It's Bob and Sheri the affair. Podcast the Bob and Sheri odd cast download the Free Bob and Sheri website. Or wherever you get your podcast Bob and Jerry Doug Hutchinson says he's finally ready to come clean. The Green Mile actor famously made headlines in two thousand and eleven when at the age of fifty he married Courtney. Staten when she was just sixteen years old. The relationship eventually derailed his acting career. Because you've fifty and you married a sixteen year old. The cut bowl separated and reconciled multiple times throughout their relationship before they finalize their divorce in January of this year once a judge signs off they will be officially single in March Hutchinson. Who is now? Fifty nine is gearing to release a tell all titled Book Flushing Hollywood. Fake News. Fake boobs which is I. Think one of the worst titles for a book. Maybe I've ever heard it's it's yeah it's pretty grim. Hutchinson said his memoir were Sh-. We'll show the truth about his rise and fall in. Hollywood the many stars he's encountered along the way as well as his marriage to start now. Twenty five a reference. Totten said she is aware of the book and knows what's in it however started did not immediately respond for comment. Hutchinson spoke about why he's releasing his book. The most difficult chapter two right was how he still has love for his former teen bride. He was asked. What compelled you to write this book? Now Doug Hutchinson. This has been a long time coming. I feel like it's time to tell my story. My Memoir was written so that I can finally tell the truth and I guess set myself free. I had been laying dormant for years and with twenty twenty. It's just time perfect vision. Twenty twenty by the way it's just the proverbial Phoenix rising from the ashes Just to remind you of some perspective. Doug Hutchinson Marion Courtney starting would be like if right now You decided to marry care of me. We have a lot in common. Just have so much in Ghana. We like to Say Music. Close in fact you crazy kids have a longer. I think we can make. We're we're her parents they were they were in on it. But I'm what I'm saying is where were they at their core. My God you're she's sixteen. I'm just trying to picture. Well Kev. Not Crazy about the fact that chitchatting Karimera dating. But you know he's such a safe driver and he's so responsible and you know she's getting a House Yeah. She loves my music. I've finally have a little bit of what I like to play. And what I'm wearing skirts and stuff. Let's just stop series asleep. Water up pig. Speaking liking the music I got a little treat for you. Next me of found discovered an artist. Wanted to know. If you've ever heard of him I'll tell you what it is. A sharable taste of the show. The Fun size podcast drops every Thursday on the free body share pay if you missed the People's movie critic's review earlier in the show of birds of prey. Text the word movie right now. Two eight eight two six to seven four three seven. We will not only send the review right to your phone but you're automatically entered to win a Fandango Gift Card so you can go see it on us. That's the move the Word Movie. Text that right now to eight eight eight two six two seven four three seven so Get in the car to drive to dance and care migos Can WE LISTEN TO MUSIC? I have a special new playlist. So yes sir okay go ahead pulls it up and here is what played. I think On long time ago on graduating you handed me you your bowl. I signed this way. Rose who've sure uh tweet my love as we age. I looked at her and I said small version of Bob macey. Why are we listening to this and she goes to Chitchat? Anna Song unlike Chitchat knows all the songs. Chitchat not only knows all the songs but he knows all the songs that have a woman's name in them whether it's Walker Roy Rene or Barbara Ann or whatever that's like his sub specialty. That people don't realize he knows all the songs. How do you know this song? What did she say and she said. It was in a movie that I watched and I really liked it so I downloaded it. Which movie I? I can't remember. She told me I can't remember okay. David Lynch movie. So here's the deal with Bobby. I know nothing about Bobby Vinton. Excuse me. I'll tell you about Bobby Vin because I worked for when I was a teenager. I worked for station played oldies and so I heard a lot of stuff that You know perhaps they wouldn't have heard otherwise. And Bobby. Vinton was a very big Star around the era of Bobby Darin right around that era probably early sixties and he has the honour. Hits kind bobby specialized. He had a bunch of hits. I mean a bunch of hits. He specialized in the saddest songs. That there were all he. He was a loser in love in every single one of his hits every single one. Do you remember the scene in goodfellas where they walked through the kitchen famous? Seen this. That's where she saw it in Goodfellas when when they finally sit down in the Copa up on the stage as an actor. And he's doing this song. That's and but guys like that used to play the COPA all the time they record albums there. That's where she saw it because I said to her. How do you know that? She's watching Goodfellas as part of a class so I sent film class and I said to her. Oh good fellows. That's a great movie. She said I think it's one of the better gangster movies. Oh My god get out of my car from that. Did that Song Blue Velvet. He did blue velvet movie. That's the David Lynch. Yeah right so we're riding along and she knows all the words and out of this song and she's singing along so we talked a little bit about About Goodfellas and I'm like you never knew your grandfather but my father was a lot like Joe. Patchy in that movie And so we talked a little bit about that and she said they just don't make songs like this anymore. Mom she said on the one hand it's like so romantic and on the other hand it'd be a really good song for a serial killer. That's when I knew she was mine and not just yours. It's Gen that's true. That's the darndest thing. Your kid is she not the I said. I cannot wait to tell Chitchat that. Were rocking out to bobby freaking VINTON. On our way to dance he was he was known. I don't know why. Remember these things but I just remember playing these records He was he was Polish and he was known as the Polish Prince and he could play like a half a dozen instruments like accordion. I'm assuming and all that kind of player in that he he did everything and when his career simmer down I think he became a Polish entertainer. Now Blue Velvet is one of my all time favorite movies. It is sick but it is my favorite question for you. It really is. And that's Frank. Booth and Blue Velvet is the other thing that reminds me of my dad. Bob Can you remember because you said he wrote songs about being unlucky in love? What isn't either didn't write in what was another. I'm blue velvet. I know which is not really a loser. Song that song as originally written in the nineteen thirty six and he did it He did a song about a being a soldier and being sent overseas I can't remember. It's been so many years since I've played those records. I don't know the man's career but as I think about it being being the guy who who was unlucky in love singing about it That was definitely. There was a spot in the market for that. Oh that was definitely a place you could get a bunch of hits of blue on blue blue and he had mister mister lonely. That's the one. Oh my God we can we break and come back and you give me a little taste of a song called Mister Lonely since I was in college. Hey there's a reason to hang on happy. Happy Valentine's Day mister. Lonely is coming up for. You won't believe this I can't wait. I'm so its shares. It's easy to listen. Say Alexa. Play Bob and Sheri tune in so I was just telling Bob that My daughter discovered a new song that she was wondering if he liked. Roses are red by bobby. Vinton just CR- cracks me up that she listened to these songs. I have a let me tell you. I got to know these songs. So I'm I'm I'm in college and I got this first full-time radio job. And the station had a format where they play some contemporary music. But every third or fourth record had to be an Oldie. That's that was just their format there. I don't know why but it was a smaller town. Fall River Massachusetts. The try to appeal to everybody right. It would never be a format today and you would just get all of this music That was from late fifties early sixties and there are only so many of them there might have been two hundred that you play over and over and over and so he became familiar with them after a while and Bobby and songs when they would come on. Because I'M A guy. They were not aimed at guys. Go get a coke when they when they would come on. He's very talented guy. Very handsome guy. We'll also for a man who's favorite band is falling stones. I can see why roses are red. Was Not just super hot for you. I'm so excited. Because apparently he's he's the guy who sang a song called Mister Lonely. I don't know this song but the title makes me one here. I'm Mr I have no thirty four miles a mister lonely shy had someone to call on the from. Oh that's pretty much it. That was just a lot of slow songs. That were very very talented guy. You know what I looked this up. Remember ECON the rapper. Fifty years ago the song and he used this in it he used mister lonely up in the morning and the no arriving outside Phoenix backtracking on trying to pick go out with him because ever since marker game crash so good songs and good son tweeted seemed. It might be the chipmunks interesting that you hear that out. He's over there you know he. We gave them mister lonely. And apparently that's SORTA turned up. Why did I think singers back? Then you you. I was reading about this in. I think rolling stone once the record company established you as a certain type of singer. You couldn't vary from it. You had to be that guy singing girls in his case Songs that were kind of sad you couldn't you couldn't just rock out with the song because it wasn't you but you know. Ed said at Todd's out today and so Ed is in the studio with us. And he said that Bobby Vinton is from the in Pennsylvania outside of Pittsburgh and same hometowns. Perry Komo's and apparently he is the happiest Mister Lonely ever right. What eighty four years old? I'll doing really good for him. Some clubs around the Polish prince things I guarantee he. He'll work a Polish audience. I mean listening to this. Listen to that voice reports on Valentine's Day. There are a lot of Mr Miss loonies out there and you should read noth- your enough just as you are. We don't need another human being validate you or to make you valuable. You are by yourself. 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World Hypnotism Day Celebration Episode with Lynn Louise Larson, Jonathan Royle, Ejiro Paul, David Barron, Tim Seitz, and Mystery Guest!

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World Hypnotism Day Celebration Episode with Lynn Louise Larson, Jonathan Royle, Ejiro Paul, David Barron, Tim Seitz, and Mystery Guest!

"It's got the due to do open loops or burn ruled fan. New open Open loops you must listen to the openness that team park for absurd beliefs and systems integration between the mind and to create spent open. L-low do you crave constant brain stimulation. One going ahead trip but lack clear destination. What if there is a place you can always go a theme park for intellectual escape a place where you can expand your mind again and again and again I know a spa odd. It's a little podcast called open loops conversations that band a late night. Talk show for your unconscious mind. I'm greg board stein your host and your master looper. that's right. This is a show where along with many featured guests. We share mind-blowing insights about the topics that take us from all magic art. Hypnosis secrets psychology spirituality conspiracy the supernatural. And who and what we really are. That's right it's an exploratorium for those jeep. Dark recesses of your imagination let's dig. Let's go deep and today let's celebrate world hypnotism day. That's right a bunch of marketers. I'm guessing and occasional hypnotists decided to coin january fourth as world hypnotism day. Now i don't actually know the origins of world hypnotism day. I just know that it's a great opportunity. If you sell a hypnosis courts To promote it but also it's it's a good opportunity to promote hypnotism you know what forget it forget. My cynicism hypnotism is amazing. It's what got me to do this podcast. Because i believe that people need to explore their sub conscious and unconscious more and hypnotism is a direct path there so in the spirit of the great medleys of the world And some of my favorite simpsons episodes yet. That's right. I'm talking about the clip shows I put together some best of clips. Some different perspectives from people who've been on the show to give us a wide framework of figuring out what hypnotism is. Because i have my ideas and talked about them on previous episodes. But i'm always interested in delving deeper because this topic endlessly fascinates me. It's about communicating. It's about communicate and communicate and with the imagination and directing it machination is infinite. It's abundant and something much more interesting. What's going on a reality. So i got some of my favorite moments from hypnosis interviews together am resenting them to you so we can maybe paint a broader picture about what hypnosis is in what it isn't. I'm excited to share this with you. If you know anybody in life that might wanna learn a little bit more about the hypnotic are please share open loops conversations that bend a with them and just so. There is a special surprise at the end of this episode by the way Featuring a master hypnotist Brief preview of an episode just. So you don't miss it mitchell. You subscribe on apple podcasts. And if you to show please Rate in libra review. It always helps. Now we're going to begin our hypnotic journey today with lynn louise. Someone that i consider a colleague and friend. She's awesome From the cosmic valkyrie. She deals mainly with sexual assault. That's her In for a lot of people went when people see karachi. She comes from Having experienced it herself. And my gosh like that is something dad. With conventional therapy takes years for a lot of people to get over and she worked with people to not only transcend that through her process this cosmic valkyrie process that she's cultivated but also take you to levels of transformation that really go to higher dimensions. I i really loved having her on. It was one of the Probably like like as we got towards a couple of months back It was very interesting episode not to mention the fact that if you listen to the episode i believe it's called the executive producer shape shifting sorcerer in addition jockey about her very unique style of hypnosis way. Talk to her about this. Shauman that interferes with her dream time. That is connected to well. Perhaps the most well known shaman in the culture very interesting conversation but in this clip i ask lynn. Why doesn't direct suggest in work. Why can't you just be like and now. You don't have sexual trauma. I wanted her opinion about it. I wanted to know why she goes into regression. I think she gives a really great answer. I hope you enjoy like. I once asked him. Why can't you just be like. And now whenever i snap my fingers. You're no longer depressed person like they're like up that's never gonna work. It's a great suggestion. But it's just not. Why do you your experience with braids sides like why can't direct suggestion like that work. Set a great question. So it's been proven that by the age of eight. We already have our belief system about ourselves and our the world around us solid in our office. And then we just go through you know life validating those beliefs so this is very far back and while sexual assault is not our fault. There is a certain here. we're going woo to I hate the word. We would like cosmic. But everything's energy right so we have a particular brain pattern and a brain wave frequency That i totally believe predators can tap into and see right. It's not just. Our behavior is our belief system. It's how we are. Subconscious is how we relate to the world a lot of the times and our habits So even though we didn't create that sexual assault it definitely was a magnet to us because of our belief systems and our habits that we had around it and our behaviors. So there's a really really strong foundation that has been built around our belief system for a very long time and ninety seven percent of the population is a walking around in the lowest level of thought which is thinking. So they're just running on thinking all day on autopilot which is leading your subconscious rule. Your world like it's just allowing shift to happen So bringing the first stop. That i think is really important for people to understand is that you need to become aware of your thoughts. Yeah because they're creating your air quilt reality right this totally dimensional reality that you have. And they've been there for a long time talking to you for a very long time When you become aware of those thoughts you realize what they've been telling you and what you've been telling yourself and not critical thinker and it's just gotten worse over the years right. It doesn't get better when you're just running on autopilot. It gets worse it talks smack to you all the time talking you down now like bringing your awareness to that. That's the first thing like you need to understand that your thoughts aren't illusion like what's real is your ability to think therefore you can choose the you get to think and then that's really when you can start realizing how hypnosis can help you begin to ten out experience and kind of Reprogram some of those inner critic voices and whatnot. I do think direct suggestion helps with that. I think i've done like inner critic. guided hypnosis sessions. And my membership where i take them through reprogramming. Those nasty snarky voices saying. Oh you're stupid or you're not smart you know you're not pretty enough. Alba's programming them to powerful voices. That i think drexel suggestions great for a resolving issues that were laid solid in your primary ears. You gotta go back thank you lynn. That was a grants or right. Here's another direction. We're going to go in completely different direction The opposite of hypnotherapy for series issues making people experienced drugs states without actually taking drugs. Yes it's possible with hypnosis and one of the things when you're playing around with hypnosis early on his dealing with does it work. That's something that happens. It comes up Experienced a lot of self doubt. People in your life. Don't really someone. I was dating at the time. Definitely do not take me seriously when i tried to hypnotize them. But then you go out in public and you try this stuff. There was a time. I went out to washington square park. Probably talked about this in an earlier episode to washington square. Park right in greenwich village and walked up to somebody. I was just trying to test out. Hypnosis was a college student in y. you I said hey. I'm i'm practicing hypnosis. Say and would you like to be hypnotized. And i did a mini show in the park. Girl thought she saw zack. Ephron her arm levitated and it was just because i had the boldness to test it out my next guest who was featured in the november thirtieth episode. How to lose sonate without drugs is it. Jiro paul anointed. He is from nigeria. In addition to A wonderful conversation. We had in this episode about healing his own blindness in one eye with the power of self belief in hypnosis. He talks to me in this clip about him going out and testing and some of the various things he was able to do In his boulder days when he didn't even use a formal induction but he was still able to do some stuff. Say sleep and drop people to profound states where interesting hypnotic phenomena. Where possible love my friendship with. Jiro now and really Enjoy that this man is a he plays around and he wasn't afraid to go out there and do it. I think it's good lesson in any skill. The idea of practicing practicing it every single day like every out see out actually go out and test. It's because i'm very bullish. Kind of boise and i could easily take risks and switch off my mind like just wants to be curious about the experience. Not the outcome. I don't care about outcomes. Like not. Like i don't care if you understand me i attack. You're not yes. Yes you're right off so i kind of like anything i see. I literally tested with friends family colleagues. Everybody i go out to the street. Hey you wanna see something cool. Check this out. I just try it out and i got really good really fast. Twenty points for me was reality. Plastic twenty points was what i found just in china. Tony imports also where i started to read Days walk. Be elmont your home. When i found out that anything and everything can cost noses. So i say. Bob bob bob. Bob sleep at the amazing and i started really doing this. Where inductions where are those to people and save gibberish nonsense and say sleek afterwards an us. You'd see strangers strangers like experience in also state of consciousness that really worked for you like you actually went out and tried it like you would say gibberish in sleep and they would like go into. Yeah wow but not not not like hypnotic. The average order kind of slumping over sometimes might take web forms. I just road is backward. Laugh and and ecstasy like wasn't it wasn't it conventional type of sleep. I was getting from people getting different types of sleep box. Some would enter ecstasy and start laughing with your eyes closed. It was crazy. Wow and what did you like. That's so cool man that what what would happen after like did people. Did you start like he helping people out with specific issues where you're getting the hallucinate. Like what kind of things were you doing. Once he got them into the loosen nations. Wow okay i've done lots of alice. Nations have done a lot of pain control work of dollars off mystical experiences. You have given people lots of musical experiences. Yeah was even a time where. I was an atheist. I an atheist. I really believe in god. Anything and i started to hypnotize people. Out of their religion like to help people gets rid of all religiousness. Wow i did that now. How do you say that. That's pretty out there man. Like did people people want to do that or like like or did you bring them back like like where did you to explain. Experience also want to understand so some of them does want to prove me wrong. i brought. that wouldn't walk me and it will walk most of them and they'll be like. Hey no after. You did this kind of doubts myself. I doubt my religion by others. You for you to actually do this. God doesn exist. Why does it wouldn't walk people so it was kind of mixed mixed reactions will actually did that. I think the video the video. David baron has version. Its way he kind of a calls. The outside now gives credits to me for the technique because i technique david baron twits on his youtube channel. Could check it out. I don't think he has more ready to me except for my journey. Because i'm i'm now back to charlotte. Yeah wait a minute. You have a technique for making people not believe in god for a second or a couple of minutes. Yes yes. I do my no permanency so wait a minute. You can make believers become. Atheists is what you're saying Yes that's a bold claim. That the volta but i don't do it anymore. I don't do anymore. Yeah yeah yeah no that you don't. I've never man. I must have been missing some david's videos. I'm gonna have to look up this technique of yours. Not that i want to do it but always interests me jiro. Paul is how someone would do it. And that's the thing. Even david's books he is the book mind control language patterns which he says. These are unethical things to do to people like it is unethical to make somebody using subconscious language have self doubt about their entire life and it absolutely is and it's really good to know about that stuff because there are actual sociopath narcissists out there. That are doing it to you all the time on conscious they can do it so i mean i always love learning techniques and learned. I think it's so key. I think politicians are very good at manipulating people and genetic in their best interest. Thank you ichiro. Speaking of questionable ethics in hypnosis the last episode i recorded how to hypnotize someone against their will for fun was with my hypnosis trainer. Original trainer david barron and we go into something that i just wanna showcase the possibilities of hypnosis and how it can genuinely do things that the public needs to know about what am i. Speaking of specifically accelerated learning. Did you know that. It's possible to go into a hypnotic state trans if you will and mentally rehearse something that would normally take months to do in under an hour say you wanted to learn how to paddle boat take someone into trance imagine dave practice paddle boating for three months and then take him out. They will now have abilities that they didn't before and they because the subconscious mind doesn't track Time they will be greatly greatly enhanced their skills all because they went into trance. Jeffrey stevens who was a mentor. Jud david baron and co taught that i am those a seminar i did created something called the learning place. It's a remarkable process. Here's david talking about it for those that don't know because this seemed like the most magical mystical thing ever. What is the learning place. The to learning place is a process that takes three days. And it's either hypnotist working with one person for three days and essentially what we're doing is we're i creating a metaphor for learning. It's take place it's a literal place you can imagine your head in which all the information abbas is categorized organized in put into place. When you need the information becomes available to and again. That's the easy part. The the hard part is we're doing it in hypnosis making it an automatic process of at any point at any point something becomes of of interest to you the seems values at any point. You you're exposed to information that will you realize you could benefit from it automatically gets processed through the learning place. So that when you need it. It's right there. One of the stranger more fascinating experiences i had with somebody was a a fellow came from me. He was jill to brazil. They speak portuguese. Yes news from brazil. He spoke english. She spoke for cheeky. He spoke french but he wasn't able to did speak spanish. And one of the things he wanted to learn spanish so he required to bring some materials so he brought some of caveat material which was a portuguese spanish and Some cassette tapes and or dvd's rather and i must've worked with them over the course of three days. I really did not work with him more than maybe three hours of that. He was alone just going over the vocabulary things like that and and there was a point where he said. I think i'm pretty good with this. And so it was the third day we went to the mall and he went to buy them sunglasses for his daughter. I think it was then. We asked for someone who was a spanish speaker. Witnessing this the entire conversation extreme took place in spanish and there were no questions about it and when it was all done. I said you know how i asked the person who is a clerk i asked. How long do you think this dispersion was had been studying spanish. he's she said. Oh maybe about six aunts and those about three hours. So i was amazingly pressed in there other stories like that just talks about some guy bought an expensive vehicle and say is. He's a great vehicle. Whenever you need it repaired you lose a lot of money. So he spent a lot of money on a repair manual and he read it once and from that point forward he just he just knew exactly what to do this vehicle navarine. He did repair. That is remarkable are people. Are people still going for this process. I don't advertise very much. It's on it's on my on my website mind control publishing dot com. There's i i'm looking at. It's expensive on a good staff. Here still is fairly expensive. I mean you. It's exhausting for me. I spent three days all of my attention focused on this one person. So it's exhausting for me but for the prison going through. It's like i get to be hypnotized for all this time. And it's really great for them. But i i maybe do one or two of those a year against not something i particularly market. Lots of people found out about it they contact and we would do it. But when i first occurred about this from i thought so world needs this. That's what i was gonna say. Why isn't this like in classrooms everywhere in the educational system. i mean i feel like accelerated. Learning it was very hot for a little bit. Mainly and like the later part of the twentieth century seventies eighties and then You know like now. It's kind of like a fringe thing like photo reading and stuff like that. I mean is like does anybody care about like the power of the subconscious mind in learning because it seems like it's one of the most powerful resources we have well again those who contact they realize it's again it's five thousand dollars. It's expensive so but they're they're motivated learners that's the great thing about it One of my last clients so awesome. He he was muslim when he grew up. You know they talk about the prophets. Who who's the most important profit and of course you're supposed to say muhammad but he would always think no it's noses because he had the someone with all the knowledge and yeah and he. He was a diligent student of just about anything that was important to him so he was highly. It was great working with them So if we could institutionalize it maybe have. It's something that people younger and they're more able to be hypnotized eager to be ties and get better results faster. It would have an incredible impact. But it's out there. I mean if someone memory training you can get right here for you know less than two hundred dollars on your website that that if someone wants to learn how to do this to other people There there's a training there. It's a it's the conversations that i had with just evens over the course of maybe a couple of months are recorded and you can listen to them And how what he taught me and also this little workbook involved there. So that's that's available. Gosh hypnosis as powerful right what if it was all just be s. What if it was all just suggestion and placebo one of my guests. Jonathan royal at amman. He talked a lot about his product. Which hey it's comprehensive. I'll give you that I don't necessarily agree with everything. He s say about hypnosis and he comes down very very strongly in the. It's all placebo direction. But i had to ask him. I had it delve deeper into what's going on with placebo in the episode. I did with him called. There's no such thing as hypnosis. He started laying the groundwork for a theory of mind control. That still allowed hypnosis to be something that is all self perpetuated on the mind on. The state of the person is nothing special. They hypnotist is doing. It's still on you. But he was still able to explain how that fits into a model of mind control he gets into it very thoroughly the episode but he gives you a little bit in this clip. I i had a really interesting conversation with him. I wanted to delve into the nuances of his position and he delivered so here is the very controversial hypnotist jonathan royal do you think there's any magical quality about placebo that people are tapping into the power of the remind but they always had out power themselves. Without example we gave earlier. Yeah why people would relapse for example. Why the whole process. We went through with the therapist would give them permission to change. Ultimately people can. There's nothing hypnosis can do. A person can't do for themselves matt. i see. that's the same with any holistic medicine or complementary medicine. There's nothing that the person can don't for themselves ultimately. Yeah you think like like say someone has. Ptsd a main. Do you really think there is a because yeah jonathan like if you look at what hypnotherapist talk about. They're always like hypnotherapy. Is like a one session or multiple sessions solution to something that could be traumatic for years and they had the see to 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 is possible if the individual believes the triple is most people comme tasted them and not be to except for themselves the just making a decision they could effectively metaphorically flick a switch in their mind. All use a simple process like imagining going into a control room in the mind. Finding the right switch for what they want to deal with inflicting it in the right way. It wouldn't accept that maybe consciously enough to allow tappan all levels including consciously subconsciously calling. You will these labels and tags to someone's nato come strokes So that will get in the way of the m- allowing it to happen so the rounds before about the relapse person truly believe know if enough for foreign figures in life people were all this problem. People were ball into a world from birth parents. Told the genuinely didn't say it. Because i wanted to be compounds. They have to believe it's transmitting. The intact intend through body language voice and everything almost all feeling the energy to that child child that you can overcome anything by using this technique in your mind. That as long as i trust made outside children. The children groping as long as the teachers that told to trump's after saying consistent message and then the people that they as they get older You know politicians the sang message. All the people society grow authority figures. People power all gave the same consistent message that every individual ms plumbing out the same potential within the rounds of commonsense. Obviously somebody likes saying he's never going to win the marathon as fast as somebody who likes within in a wheel chat always You know prosthetics bolt the the reason going to capture that capability resolves electric powered wheelchair online. They're gonna completely marathons quickest me to physical element commonsense combing today. Generally speaking everyone to say potential. The difference is whether or not they believe that and how their upbringing sick mind fall tokes without vomiting years zero to seven. He right on your father for your mother. Fang sigma sigmund. Freud crew believed that competition from two seven cents probably more to from zero to puberty turning a little bit longer actually stolnis amend cheating but again went from booth told. It's possible to flip this switch in your mind and you believe and people will believe that especially if it was being confirmed on the teachers. The parents the grandparents the woman they trust the ones day supposed to be authority figures. Well no we're bowling to a world where society with the exception of our parents. If he will tell us that levels. I mean could achieve things. Some people don't even have them. Fortunately generally authority figures will often criticize. You must do better. You not fulfilling imbo politicians will tell you you're not good enough. All things are possible. Teachers will we're brought into a world authority. Figures are actually to be feared to some degree. Please don't do down. The whole system is engineered by governments. The word govan means to control a meant names. Mind government mind control boating to a world of mind control whether global elites to stand. What i'm telling you okay. And that was why they have for dumpling. Limited the government. After thing they call the be. Hey not unique Is called not unique for child behavioral and department and contains a place coal tuffy stockings to treat humans. Yeah tabah stock. That's huge twenty. Investigate them link back to the savvy stock hospital which links back to the kale. Tra- mind control experiments. That were done 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 vaccine outlet now. The walls involved in an k. Altered and related while the rim projects off traumat- base mind control and here's a clip from the most open loops moment of them all the moment where tim sites. The happy hypnotist brought on lena marie to channel a inter dimensional alien from the future next. Emily that episode which was the open loops. Hypno- halloween special was special to me. Not just because of the stunt but also because it was a really interesting dive into the possibilities of Noces that are not just therapeutic. They're weird their fringe. They're out there. That i mean th. They involve injured dimensional space aliens. This clip comes towards the end of the session. Where lena marie is. Her conscious. mind is being occupied. And emily has come through so emily is still there and tim talks to me about well. We we just spoken about. How trans is going to be better. The betterment of humanity where were listening towards a mutual collective global trance state which. I'm a huge fan of but also we speak about. Tim's first experience going deep into hypnosis and in where it's brought him to his explorations into the non therapeutic side of things. You also hear the end of the session with emily where lena marie wakes up again. So gives you a little sampling into a hypnosis session Really love lena. Marie for coming on and love. Tim sites the happy hypnotists. He's going to be on another episode coming up soon here. Is emily from the future. This is the thing emily. I hope you will agree with me. That i love about tim is that you know. So many hypnotist. I feel like like the the the popular stuff about hypnosis isn't recreational. That's my big issue when you're talking recreational trans. You're either talking about usually like stage hypnosis hypnosis for entertainment or you're talking about like you know like very set things. I guess you could call past life. Regression vat or recreational would be like like erotic hypnosis using it for That kind of thing but like him and being. We're both like hey. Do you see how this technology can actually like help. You go to other worlds like we're experiencing right now like tim. You've always been interested in that. That's the only thing i mean yet. It changes people's lives like it is a powerful force for change. But it also is so much more than i feel like. Most hypnotist even allow their minds. The tap into. I'm gonna i'm gonna tell you two things that will probably blow your mind. Okay i i is. I got into hypnosis to find a a cheaper way of getting high than we'd i mean i used Mj for To help with minerve condition. I was born with right But i said to myself. Ok this is a state of being. You know when. I when. I use this the substance i go into the state and it's not the it's not the substance that's making my body that way it's the way my body is reacting to that substance. So if i can have that reaction. I don't necessarily need the substance yellow and that was what kind of started me on the journey towards it. Now here's by second confession that will blow your mind. And i i dare you to give me a similar confession. If if it's true you know for yourself. Emily emily laughing. I'm nervous to emily. Okay i faked it as far as going into trance. i would. I studied with eagle or that was in front of everyone and everything else. I was facing. Okay i wasn't really entrenched. I was pretending. I was playing along. Okay about about two or three years into working with clients. I actually went into a trance. I actually like felt myself like whoa. I'm not in this room anymore. Somewhere else i'm I feel this time shift. I feel this experience shift. I feel like a whole like going into a dream and coming out and yet you know what i mean and had the true like not experience. Okay yeah probably about like two. Or three years after. I'd already started as a hypnotherapist. Okay when was the first time you truly like honestly without a doubt felt hypnotized. Oh man i still don't know if i have truth be told okay. That's that's the truth. That's the honest. that's the real deal. Okay there is one guy ever that did something to me that suggested something was going on beyond like my own trying to convince myself it was happening but like even then i doubt is like like the level of what you're talking about experiencing phenomena like getting like who's nations or something like really like this is hypnosis. I m in this. And i am in this state or I know state versus. I in this year in that world. You're in a place. I've never had that yet. I don't believe okay That's mike west than is to get you there We what my what i think will do is. We'll use mirroring. So i i'll will do call together off the off the radio off the air Where i'll take lena To that that space in through some phenomenon and stuff like that. And then. After if i take her out. We'll do you scared. I'm getting scared right now. I'm a little scared. i think. Maybe that's the answer. I'm sorry it just left because lena's like freaking out wise. Lena freaking out does she want to talk. You want to let her talk she. She's just as you said the year you want to. Let's her Experience of those nations on all that stuff. She's just like oh my gosh yeah right. And she wants to talk about about the riding the horse which is Homelessness talk what emily. I can't hear it more. What's wrong with the horse. You're emily I'm going to let me count. Emily down and then bring lena back okay. 'cause lena will tell you about the forks. Okay sally okay with that. Yeah it was an amazing meeting you. Emily golf yeah. It was great to meet each you. I hope i hope to keep this conversation going my regards to the royalty tell them to tell them to be a little less harsh. All right you can talk to me. We're good friends. Now what's going to happen. Yeah it will but don't get in trouble either all right great meaning you tim take it away all right emily. I just close your eyes take a deep breath and relax you know you. You've been doing hypnosis. Since you're probably about ten years old. I think three to one deep sleep trance all the way down all the way down all the way down. You see the doorway clear. Open it you give me a hug and kiss you guys love each other a lot and you let 'em Lena walk through and emily you go through the door. Lena come back to us right now. Gonna count one two three and you're going to open your eyes on three one two three. Open your ice lena feeling. Hi lena i have since been reached out to by lena. Marie apparently emily in this episode. Gene give us a lot of answers about what was happening in the future. But emily now wants the talk so. We're definitely going to have emily on again along with tim to learn more about what will happen to us. You know they got of years from now. Potentially that's the advantage of having entered dimensional space on the podcast. It's you don't want your getting news. From all sources aljazeera the future on a different inter dimensional plane With open all different. We're we're open to all different voices here. Okay now to wrap it all up. I hope you've had a very hypnotic day. So far the mystery guest. Who is the mystery guest of this episode. Well he's a master hypnotist. I've bought many of his courses. I'm a member of is on line deep apprenticeship. In his interview is coming out in a couple weeks. We're gonna do a multiple part series about this. Here's a teaser. It's a story. I asked this man. Hey look you're the guy that can get people to be hypnotized without taking them into a formal hypnotic trance state. Can you do that all the time for people. And he told me a really interesting anecdote about making a woman visibly hallucinate without any formal trance induction. That's right here. Is a teaser clip of my upcoming interview with master hypnotist james trip. I was talking about visualization. And i was talking about another time. When i've got a visual hallucination with somebody and there was a a goal i think he's about twenty nine hundred twenty and she'd come in to visit her brother because her brother was in london for this workshop and she was in london the rest of the time. She just ducked into the back of the workshop. She had no interest in hypnosis. Didn't know anything about hypnosis. really so she was sort of an outsider and she was set that just listening to me closing off and telling a story about hunting saination. I told the story. I said i said to this person i said i said what kala size and breed is that dog. That and i fully. Didn't i fully pointed and i noticed. I pointed this. Go her eyes went like saucers in our mouth drop. Tope right wasn't even talked to her. She's talking to the audience is a whole. Yeah right is when like sources and mouth dropped open. And i saw it and i turned. I said a what's just happened for you right. And she went my god this dog he ends. I wasn't even trying to do anything. I just kind of went into a. I was acting as if like i was reenacting a time before when i done it. And she oversee ball in enough to the fact that i was hypnotised and she obviously had enough latent capacity to hallucinate readily nobody else in the room by the way just her. It's like twenty people that megan rice adjust her now. If it was something. I'd done specifically if it was just about what i'd done. Everyone in the room would have seen the dog right but Only she sold a dog now. She was not accustomed to seeing dogs randomly. So if it just about her and she randomly hallucinated. She be randomly hallucinating. The rest of the time would found nothing surprising about the situation but there was an interaction. Between what i did than there in that occasion and what she wrote a between the two of us we created for our dog hallucination albeit unintentionally right. So there's always two sides hypnosis is always a co creation like literally between you and the other person whether it's knowingly coming creek co creation. Oh no it's still a co creation. I don't anybody to do anything. All i can do is set the conditions to make it as likely as i can possibly make it according to my understanding of things. Make sure you subscribe Some on spotify apple podcasts. So you can get the rest of that interview. Because james trip provides a mind blowing series of interviews that i'm gonna dropping and my gosh it. None only changes your view of hypnosis but of reality. And that's the goal here to bend your reality so much. They are just forced to expand removing moving towards the ascension and that's what world hypnotism days really out as an open loops is about my goal is to make the unconscious unconscious so keep listening way. We'll we'll go there. I'm greg bornstein happy world the hypnotism day. I'm excited to continue the journey with all of you take care.

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Episode 88: DATING SECRETS

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46:48 min | 2 years ago

Episode 88: DATING SECRETS

"One two three. Perfect. Hey, hey, hey, it's your host Marley and coming to you from little show called one to review here. With allison. In Brooklyn, Alison, say Hello to all your fan. That's enough. Okay. For also here with amber, who's also in Brooklyn camber, say Hello to all your fans. No, Mark dignify. Thank you want. To review is a podcast we rate and review movies, some good some bad. But we so rate them all and then we get to twenty points. And that when the call today, I'll say Hello to all my fans high. And then we'll kick it to the intro. One. To review. What up everyone? This is Alison I'm so happy to be back on one to review. We have some pretty exciting movies to talk about today. Amber. How do you feel about these fill pretty good? I feel like we're gonna we're going to give a good show if nothing else, you know, it'll be a good entertaining time. Hopefully, if nothing else, you'll get your money's worth since. Yes, began which thank you to all of our patriots subscribers and supporters. We really appreciate you. And we'll be talking about later. Yep. So I mean ember high. What's your favorite movie? Let's just kick it off like that. Oh in general. Yeah. Well, couple I like the big lebowski. That's probably my number one favorite movie, actually. Yeah. It's the big never heard of very like bro movie to like. But you know inside. I'm I'm guessing the, bro. That's what it says about you around. So. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Well, it's all out on the table. Now. I just think like you present. So, and then you really are detail and you're just like such a, bro. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it would be it would definitely be the big about ski in the maybe second. It would be. But blade runner kind of really rising. Yeah. Blade runner. Definitely my top five. I mean, I think maybe my number one is must love dogs. I think that that like really stands the test of time all your favorite things you love dog. She lived Diane lane. Live talk. What more can you want? John cusak. Very Brody of you. Marley. Eighty two eighty. I'm going to read. So I'm not a big fan of movies, but my favorite movie, if I had to if I was pressed I would say is the Disney TV made for movie made for TV movie wish upon a star starring very uncapping Heikal as a pretty bratty teenager who switches bodies repair younger sister of brainy sort and they learn a lot about each other in life. Check about my my list. Sounds inspiring. Okay. Well, not so Brody though, I wish it was a little more. You haven't seen it? You. Don't know. Kaffir angle is is a closet, bro. So I'm back on tender again, and it is just very demoralizing. But it's fine. And you know, what I think it could help me if we could talk a little bit about, you know, if you guys have any tips for how to attract dudes like I feel pretty good on how to attract women, but dudes seems to be I'm not I'm not I'm sort of skimming the bottom of the barrel. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I still that could be great. Yeah. Amber. And I are experts. Amber, you're married. So I feel like he did something right? I mean. Let's hope he does listen to this podcast. Yeah. I feel like this is a really good opportunity to give you a list specifically twenty things. In the form of Justice. Okay. Well, set. So the first thing that we're gonna talk about is worse case on -tario. This is a film. I just finished watching. I'm not sure how long ago UT Cy. But it came out in two thousand fourteen directed by leeann Peralta, who I I am a huge fan of her work and was really excited to get to see this gem that I think. Was sort of a rarity for her and long story short takes place in Ontario. I think we all have some ideas of what that places like. But it tells the story of Jimmy Tremblay junior who thought he escaped from those mean streets and now has a beautiful life. You know, stepford life career wife kids trampoline pool SUV etcetera. But when he gets a call from his brother that the really brutal mob and on -tario is threatening their family. He has to figure out how far he's come. And just how willing is to lose everything that he's built for himself. So what did you think? Well, it's kind of I opening this idea of mob life in Ontario, or in Canada in general, like, you know, you think of Canada's like an entire country full of Netflix Anders or something, you know, like very cool chill fun funny mob. I really mob so much. So I mean Ampara, and I went to the movies together, we saw this at the same time, and she had some pretty close minded views about what Antero was like she packs a maple syrup. She had you know, some donuts she was like some pretty offensive stuff. But by the end of this movie, she was scared for her life because she for the first time on -tario for what apparently it really is like, which is just vicious it's tariff. I'm never going there. Yeah. I mean, if this movie did one thing, right? And it did many things. Right. But if it did one thing, right? It made me. Never want to go to on -tario. Yeah. I've never been a night. I'll never go. So I it's interesting because it was the tourism board in Canada sponsored this film. And like what were you thinking? I thought that was an odd touch to how do we feel about the performances? Well, I mean, that's something. I have no complaints about like Belinda Kennedy as. Tremblay, junior's wife, she's like so put upon just constantly like, oh, why are you going back to the mob? And he couldn't explain it. But she had to stand by her man who so powerful and Allison your favorite, actresses Lacey. Sweet. And she was in this movie, not a time. But like she had. At least thirty playing the mistress of Jimmy's brother, and sort of showing that silence stoic power. I mean, it was just like everything I ever came to expect from her as an actress, she was I think she may be a two or three lines and the whole film, but it didn't matter. She just shows everything on her face and. Yeah. Yeah. She made them count. I will say that the last scene. I mean, I hope I'm not spoiling anything this movie's a few years old. So I'm assuming most people seen it. But the last scene where Djamil cobs jets run over by his bony like they were pretty good about not indulging in Canada stereotypes right up until the end. I mean owners. I'm pretty common way to go there. And I haven't looked at the stats, but I think that, you know, there are some hazards that exist regionally that are just, you know, a result of where you are environmental. It's like heart disease drunk driving, and then Simoni accidents or I mean, this wasn't an accident. You saw the movie, no spoilers. It was a murder. Yeah. Leave it to amber, she'll always tell it like it is. Yeah. Murder bony murder rate. It ready. What do you think? Okay. I'm ready to give this movie two points for how shattered my stereotypes. I I'm really impressed. You know? Yeah. I got an echo ember said, my stereotypes and preconceptions were also shattered, and I'm never going to get some of the visuals from atlassian outta my head. But I'm kind of happy to live with them. Yeah. I'm right there, ladies, I'm sorta surprised, and we don't generally agree on pretty much anything. But yeah, I thought this was really gripping. I thought the performances were really beautiful, and it definitely made me understand just how brutal and violent and gritty and scary Ontario is and I'm grateful to know that now I mean, I'll never go. And that's what it's all about. Well, all right. You guys sounds like we got a total of six points for this movie. Surprising. Deserves it. So yeah, it's going to be. But it's come time for us to give six points and belong six points. Come six tips. Yeah. I could really I mean, I have some ideas of own, but I really and I've been using them to start mixed results. So I would really appreciate some ideas from you. We're doing top tips to track dudes specifically Allison and any dude in her vicinity, and my first advice to give her I've tried it a bunch. I write myself a letter, and I mail it to myself, and this only works if the person you're trying to attract your postman. But then when he delivers the mail you have something to talk about. So that right. There is like, you instantly have something in common. So that's tip one. Tip two is I put on my old flirty skirt. And it does the work for me s like describe a skirt. I mean, is it flouncy isn't fluttering. Is it the kind of thing that would show all of your bits and pieces if the wind blows like what are we talking about here? It's both flouncy and flirty, and I would say it doesn't leave much nation. But it just. You have what you have going on. You know, just that. And sorry just backtracking to a set for a second about this letter. So does this work, even if you never interact with your postman or ever see them or even know what they look like or who they are. I mean, if you're eighteen is to just attract an e postman than his short. Okay. Okay. I mean. Yeah, I might I might brought in my net. Maybe trae a mail forwarding service. That's the kind of amber any tips for me. Yeah. I have I have a couple so. First thing comes to mind is something that's worked for me in the past. It's two friends ONA guy like friends onum Harda like dispute like, hey, like, we're friends like, but I really see with a friend. And then just be like very like, you know, like. -tations, but just be like, but we're friends it's like a reverse psychology thing. And then they're just going to like, you know, they'll figure it out. They'll be like. Wait. It's like weird like there's no pressure thing. So like. Yeah. They love it. I mean, that's a love. That's how you got your husband. Right. Yeah. I just was like Brenda. We're friends. And he was like a can't take. So that's when one tip, and then another chip is which I've also used is to give yourself a Hickey with vacuum cleaner. You just look really cool. And also like you're kind of found carrying out of you. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So so you just keeping to they worked. Wow. Okay. Yeah. Well, those better than what I do in. Yeah. I mean, I think they sound better than what I've been doing which. I mean, the first thing I tried was faking a pregnancy. And that just I don't know it turned out to sort of push him away like at wound up being kind of drama, and he also wanted like all of this evidence. And that he wanted to be supportive like go to my doctor's visits with me. And you know, I didn't I don't have that kind of insurance where I can just like go to my OBGYN all the time and like fake things like she wasn't down to falsify results or anything. So it didn't it didn't work out. I mean, I thought it was like a really great way to just like entrap a man. And unfortunately, I think it through. I mean, I would have had to actually get pregnant and to make that happen. You know, look, I'm almost forty years old like it takes technology, and I'm just out there. So that didn't really work out. And then the other thing I tried doing was. Starting a podcast, and I didn't have any ideas for what to talk about. And it was a lot of dead air. And it was just me by myself like with no sort of concept, and then I said to him, and he was just like this is so boring, and then he stopped dating me. So yeah, we what I what I've been trying not been working. So I'm really grateful for your feedback. I don't know talk about more movies or something. What's next? We should kick it to an right? This is the first everyone Stoller Brundle's home Koester said the roller coasters rolling. Ever truly been happy. No, really ask yourself chances. Are you say no now yourself? Huber surely happy. You could have in your back yard astrology, Bernal's whom will. You can not only an extreme safe. Cluster in your backyard. Also, build a breach. Happiness your kids. Hey, everyone. Welcome back to one to review we are about to talk about our second movie. This is one that just came out this year two thousand eighteen it's called job interview. The movie the directors are Abby, McCullough and MAC meadows. It was a weird one. It's a like a first person style documentary that lets you and this is their tagline magically relive the thrill of going on a days long, multi panel interview, good job interview. I don't know. It was weird. It was very long and people were very mixed on it. What did you think? Alison, you you saw at first right? Yeah. I thought in like right when it came out in previews here in the city, and I was really looking forward to it. I think because it has been such a long time since I've gone on job interview. And I was kind of looking forward to. Reliving that experience and kind of remembering what that's like to. Work for other people, and and need them to sort of decide your fate on some level. And I have to say it made me remember, why don't do that anymore. And it definitely I think changed my perspective as an employer. It really made me think a lot about how I conduct interviews. And you know, how I treat candidates and scream but all at all. I mean, not to be rude. But I think it was pretty. Demoralizing and boring that that's that's pretty much. How I felt about this movie. I'm gonna sorry go go on ever. No. I'm just going to say that I have to agree being a person who's been on some. I in interviews recently that great wasn't something. You really wanna relive? It's not a cool thing. You think you'd get like AMT about? But maybe some people get some adrenalin from it. And yeah, this movie got a lot of acusations about being like, you know, like east coast liberal movie not for the masses, but for the elite, and I think Alison really touched on something where she doesn't remember what it's like to go job interview. She works for herself. And that really hits home because most people have to go on job interviews, and the fact that this movie was nine hours long did not help. I mean, at least I gave you one intermix. And in the middle. I felt like, you know, it was sort of like when you actually go on interviews, and you get a lunch break. I think if you think about it. It's like is this just part of the tradition of cinema verite is this like carrying on from that early concept of film depicting real life and trying to get as close as possible. And if so then I feel like they actually achieved their goal. I think in a way it's sort of admirable that it gave you that feeling of going through that anxious drudgery. But no who wants to feel that. Right. I mean, why do we go to the movies? We go to the movies to get away from that reality. Yeah. In a way, I kind of feel like it was also bit of like a because. Yeah. It was nine hours long. But it was also like this person was always on the go like there was literally like it was like speed dating. But for interviewing and it was like. So much anxiety. Like, can we just not feel like that? But no, it's it's true. It's like a real depiction of maybe how someone's experience of interviewing would be got to see the next panel of people got to see the next one. What's that person's boss think what about that boss's boss bosses buses bus, and then you're just like exhausted? It's a bit of an exhausting experience, and it had that weird sort of element where when you bought a ticket. They sent you all of this information to study up on as if you would be asked questions during the movie, and I did it. I mean, I thought I would be asked all these questions and in the end, I didn't even get a callback. So that also left a bad taste in my mouth. Let left me not really loving this movie. Yeah. That's rude. Yeah, else you said that you it gave you different perspective as an employer like how how is it changed your interview style? Because I know that you have Lee been very tough some people left crying from your place of employment. So just curious how how it's changed you. I think that it just gave me some empathy back. You know, I it has been a long time since I've been on that side of the desk and it put me back in that seat. Ryan put me back in that position of feeling optimistic and anxious hopeful but scared, and it really gave me that visceral feeling like, oh, man so much on the line for this. And that I will say to the film's credit. I think that's really impressive that this. This thing that I know is fiction right is a construct, but it managed to vote that sort of visceral. Response from me. And I don't know I feel like I'm sort of going back and forth in my head. I know we haven't gotten to reading yet. But I feel very conflicted. Not sure where I wanna go because on one hand, I hate it sitting through this movie. It was excruciating. And I actually wouldn't recommend that anyone see it. But on the other hand, I think it's sort of a try like cinematic triumph in some way. I mean, the fact that it managed to vote this kind of response and create this kind of experience is really remarkable. Yeah. I mean what else is art? If it doesn't evoke some kind of emotional reaction, even if it's exciting boredom. That's a great point, amber. Well, maybe we should just rate it lay our cards on the table. Let's do it. I wanna go last 'cause I'm conflicted. Okay. Well, although I because I am not conflicted. I'm gonna give this movie one point because I don't need to watch movie to have these executives in fears. You know, like I feel like just living it every day so school. I I'm like does it's unnecessary. Art for me right now. One point. I have to agree with amber. I think the only way that movie would have been palatable is if at the end of it, I was offered a job. But I wasn't. And so that's gonna be one point for me. You know, I don't know if it's just because I don't wanna keep agreeing with you both or. I'm not sure maybe that's it. But I'm going to give it to points, partly for that reason. But also because I feel like yes, it was excruciating. No, I'll never sit through it again. No. I would never suggest anyone else do that. But if it managed to change my worldview, and my perspective, and maybe make me a slightly less. Terrifying. Interviewer when I'm reviewing candidates than I think it deserves that extra point from me. So I'm giving it to points. Pefect cool. I feel good. Yeah. That's good. Good reasoning. Okay. All right. Well, that's four points for job interview. The movie. All right. And now we're going to give us some tips, ladies and gentlemen for attracting dudes. So I'm going to say something this worked for me in my past my food full past is. Listen depends on the do the tract. But. You could just get your driver's license. Like, that's pretty impressive. I feel like if you just want that shit. Yeah. Like doozer into that. Would have never thought to do that. Yeah. You know, it's something everyone has I mean, you just take it for granted, you think everyone has a driver's license. But it's not true. So if you just whip that shit out and you're like, look at my driver's license. It's pretty impressive, especially here in New York City. I mean, there are a lot of native New Yorkers never learned to drive yet. Maybe it's specific to New York. But it worked it worked on Brandon. So and you know, maybe you'll get a guy who doesn't have driver's license at who really just want someone to drive them around. And you know, maybe he doesn't really appreciate you. But who cares? I mean, you're getting do to pay attention to you. And if it's just because he wants his own personal chauffeur like that's fine. I mean whenever takes right? So that'd be my one tip. That's all I'm giving you 'cause I only. All right Marley. Do you have a test? Exactly one tip. Also. And this is a little bit of a tricky one because it can go either way, but I've had a lot of success with getting the guy's name tattooed on me. And the tricky part is you've got to make sure you've got their name rights and also spelled correctly because I could go sideways real quick. But if you get it, right and a nice, then that's going to catch his I can't help. But notice that you have his name on your arm hasn't worked for me yet. But keep trying because I'm Amanda what if some of our sponsors and reactions been when guys have seen their name on your body. So there's been a lot of just like they look past me. They're sort of pretending they didn't notice, and I'm I'm socialized to just be sort of like, calm and shy. And so I don't bring it up. I wait for them to and they're awkward dates where we just never talk about it. And that's been pretty much universal reaction. Yeah. I feel like that's maybe the worst possible response could get as no response. But it's great that you tried it. That's where you try to over and over again. And honestly, I think it's sort of for you, a wonderful kind of physical diary of the people that you've known dated briefly and not really ever talked to ago. Yeah. That blocked me afterwards. But it's high it doesn't matter because you get to look at yourself every day and see them, you know, and that's really really counts. Well, I I gave the movie two going. So I need to give to tips as I think we've come to realize my tips or maybe not the most effective either. But it's just got to try things, you know, and one thing that I've tried and I've actually had mixed success with is just carrying around a scientific book. The one time it really worked. Well for me. I was carrying around book about astrophysics, and I actually literally just bumped into Neil degrasse Tyson on the street, and rob the book. It was crazy. What it was? It was it would've been it would've been if you know, anything if. Yeah, if he had broken, my heart, but you know, whatever it's fine a story there, and we won't get it. We don't have enough time. That's that's my other podcast. But it did work that time because I drop the book he was obviously intrigued also he loved I didn't actually know anything about physics. And so he was able to just like explain everything without me having any prior knowledge or any sort of real, you know. Interest or intellect with my own in that arena. So that works that worked well until it didn't right. So that's one and then the other tip that again mixed success. Kind of depends on the dude is just buying toolbox. And this can work in a number of ways one at the hardware store. Just buying the toolbox. Because I don't know if you've ever been a women in a hardware store, but having a need to buy tools is a big draw for generally the five or six guys who always seem to just be loitering around in a hardware store, and they all, you know, are just crawling over themselves trying to advise you like which Phillips head screwdriver you should buy and whether you really do need that set of soccer wrenches. So that you can meet people can meet dudes at the hardware store. Then you take your tool. Ox home. People are seeing you on the street with a toolbox. Maybe they think you're like a handywoman you get home. Maybe your neighbor needs to borrow a tool. That's a great way to meet somebody the only area in which it doesn't really work out in my experiences. Like, the dude who does it like for you to actually know how to be capable and self sufficient and fix things on your own. And that is a type, you know, we've all come across him. So it's really it's a question of who you're trying to attract I'm writing these down. This is good until. All right is a time for a sponsor. It's time for a sponsor. Ever struggled to fit traditional dinner for can your mouth. You're not alone. Finally, there's a range of stylish flatware designed for the dainty tiny mouths of women women for only three installments of thirteen ninety nine. And yes, we do take Diners Club cards. You can finally be free of the pain of trying to force unwieldy clunky. Silverware into your tiny perfect little girl finally be free. Go to WWW dot com. House dot com and use promo code one to review for free Rose Bowl teaspoon with any purchase. So our next movie came out this year. The doctor is Ivan written title might sound slightly familiar. It's called Trump hield women. It's a loosely based on kind of a an idea of Grumpier old men plot. But it has some twists and turns. It's more for a funner lady audience when might say, so you have Shirley mclain you have so fuel Iran and they're both into similar situation. They both got their different ways. Chilling McLean was widowed. And so feel on has like a shitty has been in there. They they both find themselves like single at an older age, and they just start living it up, you know, some. It was it was pretty fun to be honest. I'm gonna I'm not gonna lie so fun. I mean here being very delicate about this movie because it was raunchy. I mean, the whole thing was just these old women like the first part is very sweet, they're baking pies. They're sort of like, I mean, chili mcclain's husband's already dead. But so feeler ends kind of complaining about her husband, and then she divorces him, and it just becomes then a nonstop like drug fueled sex romp. And I was there for it. I liked it. I loved this movie. I mean, look, I think I would say that not sense magic, Mike triple XL. Have. I seen a film that was as much about the empowerment sexual empowerment of women as tramp women and seeing women of certain age channeling their sexuality. You know? How often have we? Seen these like may December romances in film between men and women, but it's always the other direction, and it was so refreshing to see such a sex positive, you know, age positive version of this old cinematic trope, and I'm here for one hundred percent, I loved it. Yeah. I really questioned how they got PG thirteen rating when there was just so much frontal nudity. Almost like in the second half of the movie, it seemed like it was in every scene. But but I will say it did move the plot forward. So it didn't feel gratuitous. But yeah, like you said this is just turning cinema on its head. And it was really exciting movie to watch for me. I was just really surprises that guy from was on board for all the full frontal nudity. Like never seen him in a role like that. Can you blame him though? Look at the man, that's true. I have to say I was just blown away by the. Debut of Andrzej. New buddy LeBlanc. You know? What a breakout talent. Matt LeBlanc's little brother, you know. He's always been in his brother's shadow. I mean, understandably mad is, you know, an icon, but buddy, really coming into his own in this film. And I feel like we're going to see some amazing things from him going forward. I've also heard some buzz about a potential best supporting actor nam, and I could see it. He was amazing. Yeah. Me, but also so much full frontal nudity like from him. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, if he gets that Oskar it's going to be because of all the as you said full frontal nudity, just like nonstop cock shots. But I'll say it. That's what it was. But was there a single actor in this movie whose entire body? We didn't see including the two main stars. That's a good point. So it's sort of equalizing right on some level. Like, I almost wonder if Ivan written is like a naturalist who. You know, wanted to bring some of that openness into contemporary film, and to sort of just like mainstream movies, and I do I agree with you Marley. I wonder if there's some sort of either has an in with the MPAA or how he got this rating because obviously there's just so much nudity. But I think by having it so that everyone is nude it almost neutralizes it. And maybe that's how he did. It's like when you go to the spun. It's like after five minutes, you don't even notice that everyone's nude, although I will say that Zack Ephron is not at my spot having sex with Sophia Loren. And for unfortunately. All right. Well, are you guys ready to rate this movie? I have a feeling I know all of our ratings. But yes, yeah. Need to Marley? You wanna go first? Well, surprising. No one I give this movie two points. I loved it. I am here for the next sequel. I'm here for if there's a tree qual. I don't know what that's called. But I want to see more from this tramp old women dynasty yet. Can I make suggestion tramp ear old women? How could they create their how could they even though? That's a good point. But I feel like we're in good hands. All right. Well, I'll jump in and say also, obviously two points. I mean, if I could give this movie, you know, ten points. I would I know that we don't do that. And it's just one point or two point. So I'm going to give it to points. I think it's. For for selfish reasons, and also altruistic reasons, it's an amazing movie. Yeah. Agreed to points. Live it. So that was six points old women with Shirley MacLaine who feel red. And now we're going to hear some more tips for how to get some dudes. And I cannot stress this enough that these are tip specifically for Allison's. I mean. Let's be real though, this thank apply to other people. These could be some universal tips. I know that the point is I need them. But that doesn't mean it can't benefit others. No, that's true. But just keep your ears open. All I'm saying, I'm taking I'm writing a good one Google. This is one that as a listener of one to review, you may you may have heard of ready, but it's it's to do a backflip what you can learn how to do by taking Joseph malls eight-year backflip trainer. Have you heard of it? I mean, it really have corn. And if you can do a back just in front of a guy they're gonna freak out. Guys love flips. That's true. So tried and true backflip? Yeah. One tip. I got and then a second tip would be to kind of performance of understand like if you're not into that. But like it works. So to do a magic trick to to learn like a slight of hand or something. That's like, you know, they're going to be really wowed by and do match trip trick. That's a fun one. Yeah. And I I mean, I like I like close magic. I'm not very good at it. But I I've heard that if you just practice every single day for hours alone in your apartment, you can master it after a few years, and I feel like, you know, I'm willing to kind of time. And if it means I might attract to do. Yes. It's like a specific kind of do. But this worth it. I mean, cool twos. Any dude? Really? Yeah. That's. Marlee have any tips for me. I got some tips for you. My first hip is to watch the cinema. Classic really. It's called what women want it has Mel Gibson in it, which I know a little bit of a controversial choice, but he gets women and this movie under since women on a level that you do. And so if you there's a guy that you're crushing on, and you want him to really get you and like to really get at the core of you just watch this movie and hill pick up on the sides. After. Okay. I'm that to my Netflix. I have not seen it. Go and holds up for sure. That too. Maybe I wanna learn what I. You can see if the tracks prison too. So that's my first tip and my second I like to try to send myself flowers, and really it doesn't it doesn't matter which flowers, it doesn't matter. What holiday but just as long as on the card, you put a name other than yours because I have fallen into this trap before were just used to signing my own name and a few times, I sent some bouquets to myself. Clearly from myself and that didn't do anything for me. So when you try maybe just get a friend to double check. I that you're signing a man's name and not always be checker. 'cause I want to try. Yeah. I think it's going to share. Right. Well, 'cause she she remembered to name. His name. Yeah. She was a professional. Learn a lot from share. Tips. I think they might work better than the last couple of things I tried the first thing I tried was just not bathing because I heard that your Ramones can attract the opposite sex. And so I thought you know, I'll try it. You know, why not usually be every day? But I was like, no, let's go, and maybe I'll save water and be a Lamar ecoconscious. So I did that for a couple of weeks, and I actually found it had the opposite effective what I intended. I mean, not only was I not attracting dudes. But like nobody wanted to be around me. And you know, I was wearing a lot of perfume like to sort of cover up like the non pharaoh monal, smells that were happening. But. It just it didn't work and it was uncomfortable. You know, I'm pretty hygenic person. It definitely was out of my comfort zone. But I've learned that you know, you have to push yourself out of your comfort zone to in life. So it was worth trying. The other thing I tried was just not talking at all. And. That actually words really well home. For quite a while. And I found frankly that for me, it was just a me n not worth it like as much as I love. It went dues or to me. And like our into me. I've realized that I really liked talking, and I don't want to give that up, and I'm proud of myself, or you know, recognizing that and prioritize prioritizing my need to just communicate with other humans. Yeah. Just say word. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, you learn to talk when you're a kid and like that up. Well. You live in. Well. The Senate guys should be kicked to another sponsor. Hendel? Tim joke maps. Your friend going on a camping trip or a hike soon. Prank them good with one of Pendleton maps patented joke. They'll be lost. And you'll be laughing magical on their face when they get lost in the woods for seven days. And they're bears everywhere. Placid joke now. More at WWW dot Pendleton, maps dot com. Slash offer. And put it in one to review for a special code. Well, ladies that was fun super fun. Yeah. I feel like I've come away with some really good knowledge. And I look forward to applying it in my life, and I will keep you abreast of what the -veloping. I'm excited to see Ampara, and I have been talking and we're going to join you on your next date. Like, we don't have to sit at the table. But we'll sit maybe the one next to like a fake moustache classes just to see what see what happens. About it. Don't worry anything. But don't don't. Honestly, I think that would be great. I would love note. You know, I think it would be so helpful to have you to kind of you know, witnessing and reviewing my performance on these days and giving me constructive criticism and feedback and how I can do better in the future life. We will give you a one or two. I mean. Yeah. Sure. Why not? I mean, we're very comfortable in this format. So why not keep it going? And and I are L. Okay. Yeah. I'm okay with that. I'll take copious notes back. Don't worry. All right. Well, same time next week. Surely, surely, we do have to think are our sponsors though. So let's do that real quick we'd like to thank our generous patron donors RAB. Love you every month. 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HR 2: Who is the most likeable person in the world?

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40:13 min | 4 months ago

HR 2: Who is the most likeable person in the world?

"I saw a lakers win last night. Lebron unbelievable Seventeen foot fall away jumper with about a minute left in the game. Nobody can do that. Nobody can do that except lebron. That was a crazy ass shot and when it gets to be winning time when it gets to be winning time lebron and ad or they're particularly lebron. We've seen in multiple games. Yeah we're still doing the golf thing. John wolford guy. I'm a golf guy. What are you guys. think no. That's like an old fashioned debate. Right and i think it made you be determined by the status of goths thumb. If he can't just do it right now with your hand if you had to grab something and throw it you kind of need your thumb his head which he had surgery on less than two weeks ago. Can't hold and keep in mind. He's gonna have big huge guys chasing him down knowing that he's got a bad trying to step on it and hit it and do everything else. If his thumb is in good to go then the then the decision gets made for mcvay. So that's a big. If if if if goff's thumb is good enough to play on saturday. That game is in three days yes. Three days counted in the first quarter three days from now. And sean mcvay says he is not going to announce the starting quarterback until one thirty nine on saturday which i think is great okay so lindsay found a list of the most likeable people in the world or the most likeable person in the world. Lindsay john you to take a shot at who it is i i know so. It's not fair. What what world is this person from is an entertainer. Yes is it. Oh press now. That was my first. Yeah okay. I'll do two more and then i'll give up. Who else has a reputation of being. Okay this is just someone. I've heard from multiple independent sources. That is like the nicest guy ever. I'm going to throw this out. Who anthony lynn j. Anthony lynn sports equipment. This helton nicest guy in the right nobody anthony. Lynn might be like the most the most well. Like i in the nfl. No i'm throwing out a huge jackman. Hugh jackman have you heard that mace. I met hugh jackman. He's every swears by that dude. Like he's like. I know i know people from craft services from hereon makeup for other actors. Jeff katz did a movie with them once in south. It said he's like the greatest guy ever turn of one guests left. I'm not gonna waste it on ellen ca. She has been tarnished. Really hates ellen. Now my last one will be george clooney. He gave his friends a million dollars each. What's more is he. Maybe his friends but this is the most likable person in the world. According to this profile right. Who is the rack now. That's a good one. The right yeah totally. Yeah super likable. So my baby. Mesa guy richard schiff. Yes he worked on ballers with us with the rock and says he's like the greatest said it is said that there's nothing not to like like you always expect like one. The way i know shift is play golf together all the time. Yeah and so. I said what's iraq like and he goes love to tell you that You know that are some dark side to him but there isn't. He's great to everybody so that doesn't surprise me. he's very well liked. Yeah is really always says. Maybe i'll run for president. I mean he's a super likable guy. I think he probably would have a run at it. Is this a list lindsay earth. Adjust the rock. No it was just like a profile that okay. So what are the other categories. Okay most beautiful woman and john. I will tell you that the list of most beautiful women are people that i've never heard of. Maybe you heard of some of these. Oh wow okay. Somebody named yell. Shelby is voted by a panel of independent experts. As the most beautiful woman in the world. I tweeted it out. Take a look at it and see if you. Yeah i don't i i don't know who that is and as you know. Keep a model. I think number two is lisa just lisa. She appreciates like share. I'm just lisa okay. Number three is mci willard and it goes on and on and on. I don't think you know any of these people Filing line join them. Yeah i never heard of the guys you heard. Now what's weird is the number one. Is somebody named cutie pie. Huge pie pudi pie. So i tweeted out a picture of him to now. I think he's kind of an ordinary guy. I don't know why he would even be on this list. I don't get it yeah. The famous people on the list are include health. Care bill. Who played superman derulo chris. Hymns worth jason momoa and timothy. Chela me We know all those people. But i have no idea who cutie pie. As he's probably making a million dollars a day on his youtube channel which we really should start one. Were to start a youtube channel. I don't know but there's money in a man there is money in it all right so for you. Who's the most beautiful woman in the world. Kate beck and sale. It's just flat out cape beckons. Yeah i think. She's like the best looking person i think i've ever seen okay lindsay. How about you most beautiful woman in the world. We lost her. You know we lost. I'm here i'm back. Sorry most beautiful woman. The work i answer. I think the yeah. I'm asking who you think. There's one right answer i i would have to have to really think about it but i would say okay. What about you. Elizabeth hurley with her and she by the way by the way. She's in her fifties and raising. Yeah it looks like she's thirty. See i think the right answer is margot robbie. it's not a bad end solace. I most handsome man in the world. I know i'm asking you to. This is sort of my category but who who do you think is the most handsome man in the world. It's not clooney. No i want you tell me who you think. That's like the dumbest answer. George clooney maybe twenty years ago like come on. Who is now. The most handsome private ryan gosling ryan. Gosling is good and it's also on the older side so your what is your answer to this. Zac zack ephron really okay. What about you. Or david beckham. David beckham is a really good. Have the horry. I've met him. He is he's not like he's he's slight in stature. You'd be surprised. No iran staples center if. Yeah and he's a really nice for me it's always always always can't briefs in but he's older is older so my screw angkor exactly the same age i grew up with keanu reeves. So that's that's my answer. All right coming. i'm not that in. Interestingly i thought best canneries movie is what john wick matrix. Yeah yeah the matrix. John wicks good. Like i think the thing john wick is. You don't expect it to be what it is and then you start watching it and commend. This is really good. Oh gye wick wick. Three them all and john wick to. I went to with francisco pinto and we had a bet over under on. How many deaths there were. We stopped counting at one hundred. Twenty five yeah no. It's crazy yeah. Bobin is in the very first scene of john kerry. Yeah and he dies in a library when he gets a book shoved in his mouth and they like break his face x saw some way to go awesome way. I was one of the best killings on on john. Wa ham getting some tweets and i just want to react to this so look we know what is happening in the world right now. I'm sure you guys do to. This is the fun and games department. So we are here to virtue we are here to hopefully entertain you. Were here to talk about sports. Fill you in on. What's going on in the world of sports all that stuff and we understand that their stuff going on. But that's just not our department. Okay so if you want that you gotta go somewhere else because we're going to try to muddle through this thing and we're going to do a show for you okay. So but we do understand what's going on coming up next for you is the scoop mason ireland seventeen. Espn here we go. It is time for the scoop. And john i will Kick it off here. The semi finals of the college football playoff happened over the weekend and it was on new year's day. Ohio state beat clemson in the semi and there was one dangerous moment after taking an insane hit from clemson linebacker. James skupski during the sugarbowl. Justin fields could barely walk or even ride the bike on the sideline. He went into the medical tent and emerged a few minutes later and then went back into the game. Now at his postgame press conference. He was asked what his injury was. And here's how he answered justin. Would it be adopted. The entry was rogan her. Tell me they didn't. They didn't really tell me anything I took like michelle to in and just just ran back out there. But it's pretty much my whole rights for so that's that's messed up a little bit of my head. But they didn't really give me a. I diagnosis at all john. Is this irresponsible for the medical team to. Just shoot them up. Best and not tell justin fields. What is injury was base. This is like if you go back. There's a great football movie in the seventies called north dallas sherm and at the end of it. This is what happens. There's a guy and he hurt his hamstring and they shoot him up so he can keep playing and he gets creamed. And i if that that is a. I'm sure justin feels didn't know but that is an incredibly incriminating out terrible right. Yeah arable just taking the needle without knowing what's going on. Yeah that's not good by the way. Have you heard this whole knicks. I guess it's nick saban's daughter. I have there been that somehow. He apologized profusely today. Ohio state is is trying to fake ovid's a little extra time to get justin fields healthy. Do you believe. That's a possible conspiracy. I i've just decided me personally that i'm not going to use covid as a conspiracy. Theory prop yeah. I just think it's in bad taste so to answer your question. I have no idea. But i think coves a real thing and if somebody says they have a covert issue and they're taking it seriously. I find it shocking. That they would make it up. I do too i and i think that if they say that that's all i need to hear and i say good good for you for playing it. Safe i don. I'm tired of people diane. I'm tired of people getting cova. I'm tired of it. Limiting the world that you and i love to live in and if ohio state says they have a covert issue and they're taking their work. I do too and to steal mace the leading receiver in the nfl this year. Do you know who it is. Both yards and receptions. How about deandre hopkins stefan dig buffalo bills. Who had an unbelievable years. But that's not what my question is last week in their final regular season game against miami digs was shown on the sideline on camera forcing his teeth. With a piece of dental floss. Some people have complimented him on his dental hygiene. Other people have said kinda gross loss in your teeth on an nfl. Sideline your question for. You does the fact that he was shown. Floating make digs look good or bad well makes them look weird like why are you worried about plaque during the middle of a football game like. Isn't there a time for that to floss. Your teeth you as a public foster michael thomas. Yeah michael i knew you were gonna say that before you even does it. Game says of in studio. I always think it makes michael look like he has very good dental hygiene. I think he always takes weird. He always six the floss and throws it away in a trash can. So i don't mind doing it but other people mace-like you look at them and go. What the hell man. You know what it's like. It's like anthony davis that Game where he was clipping his toenails. I think that ad showing good hygiene. No swears gusting gross. But lindell alternative is. He just leaves the long toenails on and shoes back on his that. He waits until he's in a private setting to do what he had a game to play. He's he's waltzing private things guys if he was going out. If if aid louis going out to play the fourth quarter and he was jamming his big toe nail into his shoe. I want him to clip it. Yeah locker room. Oh no please go locker room and do that. That's gross plots to fundings. I applied michael thompson. And i applaud. Adrian are anthony davis. Anybody who publicly supports hygiene is okay in my book all right. It's to me. What quarterback green bay is now a very heavy favourite to the nfc participant in in. This reminded me of a mythical money. Bet i wanna make what quarterback in the nfc is able in your opinion to go into lambofield and beat aaron rodgers. so here are the choices. Tom brady alex smith. Mitch trubisky drew brees. Russell wilson and our combination of goth goff and wolford. One of those guys could go into green bay and win. Here's here's the answer. I'm gonna give you and i was listening to a podcast. I wanna give credit where credit is due. I was listening to a podcast. The other day and peter schrager from the nfl network was talking to bill. Simmons and simmons mentioned simmons's big gambler. Yes and he mentioned that right. Now in vegas you can get twenty eight to one odds on this super bowl matchups. I'm gonna take a thousand dollars in mythical money. this is the first mythical money. Bet of twenty twenty one. Eat lindsey mason. And i all have one hundred grand in fake money. Yes we bet all year and the person who has one last year mason the first year bergman one one year so this is the start of twenty one one thousand dollars in mythical money that the super bowl mace yep will be buffalo and tampa so the answer to your question. Is tom brady. Now do you know what the odds are for that. Twenty eight to one twenty eight to one. yeah. I like it as a value. Bet your soul in your shot like it as a value. I only lose a thousand if it doesn't happen and it probably won't but if they mean and i don't even need to pick the winner if they meet i get twenty grand. That's a good best lindsay. Put it down but might. That's my long way of answering your question. Think about it. Tom brady went to college in michigan. Played twenty years in new england in the cold plate and cold weather. Yeah that's not gonna freak him out. I would say the answer to. Your question is brady and second. I would think drew brees has been around long enough not to be surprised by the cold weather although he plays under dome so i would put brady one in breese to yeah. I think russell wilson could do it. But he's not getting by the rams. So i really get wolfed gonna get coughed. Tom brady i agree with you. Boy wouldn't it be something. Alex smith went on a run that would be. They're not a very good team. But what a story. That would be if alex smith went on a run. If you don't know that story. Alex smith had nineteen surgeries on his leg. People said he might not ever be able to walk again and now. He's playing quarterback for the redskins map crazy to my last one. Okay it's me right. Yes okay trae. Young of the atlanta hawks is averaging twelve free throws a game so far this year tops in the nba. And now some people seem to know why young has a move where he comes off of a screen with the ball gets his defender behind him. So picture trae young dribbling and his defender is chasing from behind and then young just puts on the brakes and stops when he does. The defender runs into him. Young goes into a shooting motion in the rescue them. Two free throws. He's become so good at this. That opposing coaches like steve. Nash and tom thibodeau are screaming at the referees. The telling them that coming. Yeah that it's a trick and that in nashes words quote it's not basketball unquote. But it's still a foul right. If i'm guarding you. You have the ball. And i ran into your back. Don't they have to call that. Is this a legit basketball play. Or as nash claim a trick that the reference stop falling for i think if they don't like it if it becomes a league rule then you can't do it anymore but a players job is to take every possible advantage. He can to score points. And that's what trae young is doing so i have no problem with it until the nba or if the nba makes a rule to prevent it. That is one hundred percent the correct answer. I'll give you a parallel. James harden figured out years and james harden leads the league every year and free throw attempts. Yes hundreds more than the next closest player in some cases. Mace james harden shoots more free throws individually. Then some teams. Yes every year and the way does it. Is your condition from the time. You're a little kid too. If you're guarding someone put your hand up in the area there put it in their face or get it up in their shooting areas so it makes it more difficult for them to shoot over you as soon as you put your hand in the air. James harden throws his two arms into your hands and gets a foul. He's been doing it for five years so think about this. You're guarding me. i'm dribbling you do a standard defensive. nba move. Which is you stick a hand up in my face and as soon as you do i take my carriage my two arms with the ball and rip it into your hand and get two free throws out of it and hardiman do it for years and most of the league has adjusted if you watch lebron play against hardened lebron to make this point to the refs will put his hands behind his back when he's buddying up to show that hardens about to pull something and that's just a signal that he doesn't want to fall for but i would use your answer for anybody who doesn't think that's a foul stop doing it. Yeah you know hardens figured it out. You haven't stopped doing it. Make a rule if you wanted to stop a rule otherwise james harden and you go man. That's the you've found a way you found a way to gain the system. I don't think it makes for good basketball. I think it stops down the game and it totally of the game bonnet part of the trae young or even to by the way that he's just playing and all of a sudden he pulls and by the way young is laughing about it like when when he gets people to fall for it. It's it's almost like the pull. The person's chair out at the dinner table bay. Yes but it still working. And he's leading the league in free throw attempts. i Coming up next for you at john. Did you see the trevor lawrence thing that happened at the post game press conference. We'll do that next so so funny we've got that coming up next for you. Plus a brand new food news from both mcdonalds and pizza hut mcdonalds and pizza hut sponsors or not but we got stories about him coming up next for you may soon ireland spn. I'd so there was a really funny moment in the post game. Press conference think about this. This is after. Trevor lawrence and clemson lose to ohio state. So they're doing zoom press conference like a lot of like everybody's doing right now and a listen to exactly what happened to a really good game board shavers stash these me. If you're not speaking thank you anyways. Thank you anything in remarkably. I don't think that reporters been identified yet. Have you seen trying to figure out who it is. And i haven't found anything that i don't think they've narrowed it down. You figure it out when you log into the zoom has a list of everybody that's on the zoom at that particular time. I'm surprised that person hasn't been outed. They're trying to save some face for a poor young college reporter. Yeah and you know. Here's the thing who among us has not been on zoom call where we forgot to mute ourselves. I'm scared when i go on zoom calls that i almost always might default position is the mu. Yeah yeah no. It's really smart to know where the mute button is. Because you don't know what's gonna come out of your mouth necessarily in the background then you say something and it winds up going out to everybody like less poor. All three of us have dogs. Yes invariably if i if i'm doing zoom call. Reagan is sounding off over over something. You know one thing that's gonna last past all this thing that we're living through right now is that i will probably do more. Zoom calls in the future mace. Not you you have no idea how much zoom calls you're gonna do it like i play golf with some big mucketty mucks like headed studio guys. Sure all and so one guys at the cw one guys the wb one fox all three of them told me non essential travel has all been cancelled. And it's never coming back like they're they've discovered new ways to save money. I wrote a big article in the athletic the other day. The future of sports media. Yeah and how teams kinda like this now that they don't have to have any reporters in the locker room and that this may be the way that's why asked lindsay theory about it yesterday when we had her on the show. I said you know there people talking like this is now going to be the norm that after games maybe not after practice you'll be able to go get players after practice and talked to him in person but it games they're going to be zoom. Post game interviews. Yeah and i mean like like for example on the holidays here. I didn't get together with mom and dad. I didn't get mom. Not stepdad leo. We didn't get together with wants parents. But we set up the zoom call and we actually ate dinner together sorta like it almost. It's almost just like being in the same room. Like i'll do that more often now than i know. I don't have to drive out to the desert anymore to see mom and not stepdad. Lee actually go see. Mom not not stepped up. But but i won't. I won't necessarily have to be out there all the time or we'll be able to see them times by. Doing zoom stuff detainees numbers amazing. Detainee you guys see. This was at the very beginning of the pandemic like back in april katie. Nolan who works for. Espn sure did a just as an experiment. She like zoomed pablo tori and stugatz and a couple of friends at espn. She goes okay. I'm recording this for the next forty five minutes. The challenge is let's see which one of us can get the most famous person to show up on this zoom call and people start popping in from all over the place like it starts with four of them and then it goes to a hundred and you want clayton. Kershaw shows up really. Oh it's it's it's spectacular shawn watson shows up at some point they get all you gotta you gotta google you can read about it is it is lindsay. You didn't see it. Did you ever see it definitely thought we talked about it on the show back when it happened. Well i must have been. I must've been off. Yeah it was so fun to watch because you never know you never knew who would eventually pop in late show. She called it. Her celebrity meena was on. It was one of the original so the original people were meena. Pablo tori alhassan and katie. And she said okay. Both scott hanson andrew sicilian showed up at the same time. Oh wow lin manuel. Miranda came through cheese. He's crazy it was really really funny. That's power we should do that someday. Anybody famous or call don't know he's got a new show. Freddie prince juniors doing the report most famous person. In either of our phones is c- my goat mind would have been koby which would have were on it for sure. Absolutely i could have got him to do it. He probably would have said who is this. I'm not doing it. Yeah you you get cranston ochej freddie that would be interesting to see who could who could do it. I i might be able to get cheadle. Sure sam jackson he might want it. Oh sam jackson would be fantastic. Wanna just get these guys on the show. You play golf with them. Just say hey around Sam is not playing until kover though really. Yeah he's older. How old you think. Sam is santa's fifty five. Do you think. Sam jackson is sixty two. Horry what your guests sixty eight. Sam jackson is seventy two years old. No way can you believe that. That's crazy. doesn't look at does he. And he's in every he's all the star wars. He's an all the avengers man. He's he's been in just just had his birthdays right for christmas. In one thousand nine hundred. Forty eight wow okay So i promise this pizza hut lindsay. Your big late at a pizza hut lakers sponsor pizza hut. Oh there you go. Pizza hut has invented a new thing. Now everybody loves the stuffed crust pizza. Right excellent yeah. Put the cheese and the cross so what. They've started to do at pizza. Hut is just to make a circle of cheese stuffed crust without anything in the middle. So it's basically a big circle of stuffed crust. Does that make any sense. I try no pizza in the middle. Yeah people it's just the crust or it. I would try it. Would you try alicia force. Jorges still precip mcrib sandwiches. The best part of the pizza think about it. Yeah the crust is good. You're right still. You want the peach. You want the tomato part. You want the mushrooms personnel in the perfect world. But if you're asking me. If i tried the crust pizza i'm in do it backwards first and then the rest of the pizza. If you know. I know i always eat the pointy in i. Yeah yeah me too i. Yeah i always take by the point yet at the same time we because pizza hut is a laker radio sponsor mark. Kates are exotic. Every once in a while gets pizza hut to cater radio broadcasts. Yeah so the last time you did it. He sent me because he knows what i like. He sent me canadian. Bacon and pineapple and michael spent forty five minutes dress. Mine apple on a pizza. That is awful. It was always great. Have you ever tried it. Of course. I don't want fruit on my screen. You tried it up on pizza. yeah. I love it. It's a horrible idea. It's like tangerine a little mandarin orange slices at my chinese chicken salad. Get the fruit out of my new. Don't want fruit in my in my more. The better okay. Last thing here february twenty fourth. Mcdonald's is launching the chicken sandwich wars are going to continue their loss lau launching their crispy chicken sandwich which you can order deluxe. Which is lettuce tomato spicy spicy hot sauce and pickles. Now who has got so right. Now we've got wendy's we've got chick-fil-a we've got popeye's and we've got mcdonald's do you understand why chicken sandwiches of all all the sudden become the thing. Yeah because people don't like don't wanna eat beef. Only there are a lot of people like my wife who will not eat meat. That's the same reason why your wife is not eating meat. Now ever she twenty beef. She'll eat chicken okay. So she's a red meat. Yeah no red meat and then because of that chicken is more popular in the answer to. Your question is chick filet. Chick-fil-a has the best. Usually no no get your chicken. And papa's no is a fad thing is delicious. try the pop. Once you've had it several times man. Oh yeah i post made that stuff on a regular basis. Hey by the way have you lived up to your donut. Pledge so far so good. No donors in twenty one days into twenty twenty one. I'm living clean coming up next for you. There is a starting pitcher who. I'm pretty sure we do in radio. Oh i'm sorry radio. Tinder that's waiting. Thomas texts to say. You're you're blink going to break. You're taking her radio. What's going on here at three o'clock at three o'clock the starting pitcher that the dodgers may be targeting right now and radio. Tinder is coming up next for you. Mason ireland seven ten espn islands. Where do you guys be new orleans. Saints are planning to allow three thousand fans at the mercedes benz superdome when they host the bears on sunday. Their head coach. Sean payton would love to see the number increase by about forty seven thousand and he told reporters on wednesday that he proposed a plan to make this happen he said quote i brought up the idea of testing fifty thousand people and quarantining them and hotel and having the most safest superdome known to man scientifically. You bust them. They get tested every day. And you've got to kovic free facility end quote as a fan. Would you quarantine in a hotel for ten days and agree to be monitored. If it meant that you could see her team in the playoffs. Swipe left or swipe right now. Part of this that they would have to quarantine for ten days. Well that's kind of what that's where it breaks down the idea the idea of just putting him in a hotel testing everybody. Have you test negative. Then they go to the hotel maybe for a night or two. It could work. Well no because. I think you need to do the full ten day just to assure does i wouldn't do it for ten days. Here's the thing. I originally thought this was a stupid idea. But i was talking through with lindsay and i thought would i do it to go to a rams playoff game would i- sequester myself in a hotel. Let's say let's say the rams say these hotels are the ones we're going to monitor if you stay at one of these hotels and you stay there for seven days or however many it is you can go to the playoff game. Would i do it to go to rams home playoff game. Would i check into a hotel. Stay there for seven days. You know the answer is probably yes i want to. I would love to go. I want to be in and i think there are crazy fans of every team. Who would be willing to do that to actually attend playoff game don't you. Ten days is a long time. I don't think he'd give up ten days. Lindsey graham fans would they do it one hundred percent you would undoubtedly even if you made them pay for everything out of their own pockets. You would have if they had the opportunity you would sell out a cleveland browns home playoff game if you told people. Hey basically. You're going to recreate the nba bubble for ten days beforehand. So they can get to playoff game one hundred percent they do it black people would. Yeah i don't will. But mace would after in this scenario would have to pay my own way. The team subsidize you. So i've got to pay to spend ten nights in a hotel. What can get pricey but i think a lot. There's plenty of people that would do it. It's a once in a lifetime. Opportunity for certain fan bases think it depends on the fan base. if it's like patriots fans do they. They've seen so many playoff games super bowl that they really care that much like the browns for sure. The bears probably depends on what the rate is. What's the what's the typical hotel rate in new orleans. Right now. probably pretty probably pretty low. I don't think like a hundred bucks ain't no at least twice. That tells her empty john. They're empty and they're not only that they're a partnership with the team and they're probably going to get a deal because they're bringing them all wealth surface. I think it's ridiculous. But when i thought about it i thought yes. Well willing to check into a motel ridiculous. Let me say this. I'm in favor of anything that gets fans back in these arenas anything so if it has. The support of local health officials even. If it's a little weird. I think we consider it because these games are not the same without the fans. I want the fans back back. Next one neyla zeiss. The former miss earth new zealand and a medical student. She still found time to be an eating champion. Despite her beauty queen crown the guinness book of world records on wednesday posted video of this woman setting the mark for the most chicken nuggets consumed in a minute. The record was ten and a half ounces or sixteen chicken nuggets and chicken nuggets. In a minute i do that. I'm thinking about that in. My thinking is doesn't really sound that impressive of a record to sixteen chicken nuggets in a minute. Swipe left or right please. Swipe right six. Sixteen legs at gusts fried chicken in memphis. Sixteen nuggets is nothing. I eleven hot dogs in five minutes. Yeah and if hadn't cheated you would have one. I would have won the whole thing. The rematch is coming by the way. Yeah i'm if. I can eat eleven hot dogs in five minutes. I can definitely eat more than more chicken mcnuggets than her in one minute if you would swallow them whole is all you do. You don't bother doing wish do it via zoom. I can't say i smell. I smell another one of these. Maybe you could find somebody to challenge you on it. You know who would be good. Scott kaplan after his master's fish in the sing off challenge him to a chicken nugget eating contest. Okay done let's do it all right. I will report to him and see what he says. Last one really quick here you woman who bought her mother-in-law thoughtful christmas gift was left stunned when she was asked to return it because she didn't like it. The woman explained that every year her and her husband by his mother a scarf but this year she wanted to do something. More thoughtful and she commissioned a local artists to make a painting of her mother-in-law and her daughter she said i sent a picture of them to the artists and she basically digitally made the painting with their images exactly like they were shown in the photo. She loved how the painting turn out. Couldn't wait to give it to her but when she received it. The woman was not impressed. Apparently a week later the father in law called saying that the mother in law hated the painting. because she doesn't like how she looks at it. Would you tell someone you didn't like such a thoughtful gift bright. Here's the problem all right. Let's say you do what i think you're suggesting lindsay and that even if you didn't like it you just accept it say. Thank you and stick it in a garage. Wouldn't that be awkward. Mace she came over to your house. No sign of the painting anywhere. Yeah that's really really tricky. I i wouldn't say that. I don't like a gift ever you always. You're always gracious and you say thank you so much. It's the perfect. Go you know if we got my wife on right now. She say you know. That's an interesting question. Because john if you would expound on what you're about to say about your wife does she is. She had no problem telling people she doesn't like. I have no problem until he took really. Oh so wait a minute. Your mom gets you a sweater for christmas. You hate seder. I don't think she's here now. I'm going to see if she is. she's here. you will be able to ask her this question. What is the first thing. I say when i opened a gift after i opened it. And what it is is i always say. Did you save the receipt. Oh no every gifts a lot of home. She just looks at me with daggers. Like she wants to clean clothes and stuff. Yes yes normally. It's clothing 'cause you're allowed to say if you don't like something because not everyone is the same like a good idea your tastes you know now i i will say my family did a really good job with us. I love the stuff that we got this year in. All in all dead colt serious. Not making it up. They they really knocked it out of the park homerun so But i but. I have gotten stuff that i don't like but i just i just love this beautiful. This is what i've been waiting for you. Frankly you act like it's the greatest thing. Yeah you pay lindsay. The painting thing is tricky. Because if you really don't like you almost have to tell them because if not they're gonna wonder where the heck it is. You know what i mean like. They gave it to you so you could display it. Throw it in the closet. Exactly where when you're at their house. You're not going anywhere else. I'll wear the gift to your house right now. I i would lie. I guess that's called lying right. I love the gift. Say that. But i think that's politeness here's a plight lie exactly. You're being warm. You're being friendly. You're being heartfelt. Even though the white lie light exactly. I coming up next for you. We have got the name of a starting pitcher that. I'm pretty sure. The dodgers are going to wind up signing plus. There's other dodger it's fascinating so we'll we'll take it down that road coming up next for you. Mason ireland seven ten espn.

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