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Episode 88: Financial Fitness: The Younger Our Kids Learn About Money The Better

Power Of The Purse Podcast

37:03 min | 9 months ago

Episode 88: Financial Fitness: The Younger Our Kids Learn About Money The Better

"Welcome to the power of the purse. Podcast the only show that inspires baby boomer women to gain confidence around money so they can navigate powerfully on their own. Here's your host. Lynn s evans certified financial planner. Good afternoon everyone. My name is lynn. S evans i am. The host of power of the purse podcast. There was a time in my life not too long ago when i believe three things about money. One women are not supposed to talk about or be included in any conversations about money number. Two women don't have the natural ability to understand anything about money and three men know best how to manage money and those truths. I made up about money. Guided me for years. Until i realized money was not a foreign language or some other obscure academic exercise and it was something i could not only understand but teach to other women too many times. I've heard stories from women who ought to know better but didn't until they were forced to because of divorce widowhood job loss or the approach of retirement. This podcast will add another chapter to an ongoing informative conversation about financial topics. Women should be more knowledgeable about my mission is to help. Women reduce their financial illiteracy and develop a healthy relationship with money with that in mind. My guest today is tracy bissett. Tracy is a chief. Financial fitness trainer of bissett financial fitness inc. She educates and empowers individuals notably young adults and entrepreneurs to take control of and live their financial lives with confidence as a former executive at td bank. One of canada's big five banks tracy has worked with an in support of thousands of individuals and entrepreneurs to secure the financing. They need this hands. On experience coupled with her formal financial education she has a masters of business administration and a chartered financial analyst designation at positions. Her uniquely to coach about all things. Money tracy's a time professor in the financial services faculty within the business school at centennial college. She leads speaking engagements and is the executive producer and host of the your money. Podcast off focused on increasing financial fitness. Welcome tracy thank. You limits my pleasure to be here with you. Well i'm i'm very fascinated for two reasons number one because of the fact that you are also a podcast which is a good thing. You understand how we do this. But also i'm just interested in the two different types of groups that you speak to young people and entrepreneurs. How did you become interested in both of those different types of demographics well throughout my life. I've always believed that the younger you knew about money. The better off. You're going to be in your life because it has so much power granted. It affects all of your relationships can affect your health so While i was working as a banker i was always volunteering in the youth's face and and sharing my knowledge that way but corporately when i was a td bank. I was working in the areas a commercial lending and risk management so either directly Working with those business owners to get access to the financing needed or approving the loans for companies and all different industries all sizes all across canada So when i left the bank. I wanted to put all of the things i like to do together and really came up with the visit financial fitness so i could do all of those things That i liked to do when i was passionate about and so have you done that them. For how many years. I started my business in twenty sixteen so Going on for years which has been fine and it certainly more from what it originally was. But it's lots of fun. coaching both different audiences and sometimes they merged together Which is really great. Tracy how do you present the information. You have on financial education to young people. I'm sure it's it's different than it would be to adults. So what do you have a course that you used to have some program. That's preapproved or you do. This privately do it in in high schools in in formal education. How do you get at them so Certainly in canada financial education is not taught very well in school and high school junior high And i've found over the years that everybody wants it. But nobody really wants to pay for it. So i focus a little bit older kind of the eighteen to thirty ish group and The main way i deliver the the content is through the podcast that you mentioned And i am working on a twelve month. Money planner for that age group as well to really break down into basic terms How do you go about making certain decisions with tips and templates to make really simple So it's to take the mystery of money and everyone doesn't need to make mistakes themselves. They can learn from other people's mistakes and make some different ones. That absolutely i'll we certainly don't need to have to live through it again. If somebody else can give us some information because they've already done it. That's that's life's tuition. That i think is fabulous. So then how is that different than i can see. Sometimes if you said that demographic eighteen thirty something. I can see how they the two areas the entrepreneurs and the young adults. It could see how that merges but how do you. How do you take somebody who's got. Let's put it in quotes a great idea for business and convince them that they need to apply this to some kind of financial background before. They're really ready to become entrepreneurs question. Lynn i think the starting place is always with business plan It's really important to validate the idea that you have the target market that you think you're going to sell it to how much you can actually charge and do that validation upfront before you actually start quitting a job before you invest maybe your life savings and before you commit a lot of time because being an entrepreneur is hard work so validate the idea. Sometimes the right outcome of the business plan is that this idea doesn't work and then you've realized up front. Hey this isn't going to be the path. I thought it was often times. You can pivot the the target market that you're looking at or you can pivot your actual product or service to make it work. But it's so invaluable to do that right up front. And i know most people like to just jump ahead and get going with the business but you save yourself a lot of headache a lot of money a lot of time by doing that work upfront. I would say. I wish i met you about thirty years. Man did i walk into this with With just stars in my eyes and absolutely no idea how to go about running a business except that it was something i really wanted to do and i think if all go back and think of all the stakes that i made that. They weren't mistakes early. Because i realized that from everything that didn't work or when i found myself really pushed into a corner what i learned about myself and my own resilience and what not to do in the future became very evident. My mistakes were truly my teachers. And i'm not. I'm not in any way suggesting that anyone with a great idea to be an entrepreneur. Should go that route. But i think when you look at things like that you say the mistakes that you made the people that a lot of people get turned off by that fact of being an entrepreneur that they're afraid they're going to make a fatal mistake and i think it's knowing that there are other resources out there are people like you who can help them walk through some of those most obvious types of mistakes people make this. It's really a good thing. I mean it's. I'm not saying that they shouldn't do it or shouldn't try it. But i think it would be devastating for someone who thinks they have a great idea and walk it through a business plan and do a focus group or some kind of test. That would would give you some validation of the fact that you're on the right path and then come to the conclusion that this isn't gonna work. Do you work with people like that to say. Maybe if you did this differently or you tried this. It might work or is it. Just forget about it. Move on well. It depends what unfolds but it's oftentimes. It's a pivot that's needed. It's a different target clients. A tweak to your product maybe it's showcasing more of the value of it One of the things. When i'm coaching with clients is that I typically coach entrepreneurs who sales are anywhere from the low six figures to seven figures in revenue and so they're not really checking out the pricing part. So they're not thinking about am. I making profit on everything. I'm selling and that's usually where the issue lies. So if you can't make enough money on what you're offering is it because you're going after the wrong people. Do they not want to pay for this. Or can you add more to it or change it up a little bit and so it's usually not. This is the end of the road. Don't be an entrepreneur. it's how can we make this idea. Work coming at it from a little bit different angle. I and i think very often when i speak to people who coach business potential business owners a when you watch shark tank. I'm sure you've seen it. Oh yes it just amazes me how people how different people are when they come in to present their information in front of the sharks and there are people that walk in and they can. They just fire the questions at them. How much did you sell. what's your profit. What's your cost and these people just tick off these numbers like crazy. And i suppose it's much easier when you have a thing a product to sell. But when you're looking at selling a service like you and i have How do you approach that and do some of the numbers when there really is not that often attempt late to us because there's not that many people who do it exactly the way you do it or want to do it for sure and so one of the main costs that goes into that kind of business is actually the entrepreneur's time so if you're going to deliver a coaching service How much do you need to charge for that time. And it's not necessarily the per hour You do need to get down to that. But based on your experience and the value that you're bringing what would be reasonable and so just like a product based business. You're thinking about all of the costs that need to be paid Because you are delivering that that service or product and then what are the other overhead pieces you've got in your business like if you're renting space you've got your utilities your internet All the marketing that goes into it. That's going to be factored in as well so little bit different nuance but i think the concepts still hold are the same and usually one of the complaints. I hear from entrepreneurs that i start working with as i can't get a consistent paycheck and that typically comes down to they're not valuing their own time The way that they should in. So i encourage entrepreneurs to think about what if you had to pay someone else to deliver this product or service. If they had to do that delivery work. How much would you have to pay them. And then don't be undercutting yourself because you're doing it in your the owner and you can just spend all your time delivering. It doesn't really work that way. No it doesn't. And i can tell you the number of times that i have given things away my time. It really is what it is my time and Because i feel sorry for people you know. I mean that that doesn't work in a business but that's the way it was and i think that's the biggest biggest lesson i learned was. I have to put a dollar value on my time and honor it. Because i don't and now i'm not in that position but you know that that's really. That was a hard lesson to learn upfront. But somehow or other the stars lined up and i guess i'm still here anyway really what that ties to is we form our views warmer young where five six years old. We've already developed us about money in our relationship with them however were brought up in our families and so that potential issue around self worth or any baggage around money is always rearing. Its head when you're going to charge someone Because we'll think i'm charging too much. What what are they gonna say about me. What do they think. And so any issues. You might have unresolved about money or things you probably didn't even realize they're gonna surface at that time when you try to estate your value in charge well said i was just thinking when you said that time i ever well i had. I started out in the insurance business so my world was all about commissions and when i decided i wanted to be a financial planner first of all. I think i was the first one hundred miles to do that anyway. I i had no idea no idea whatsoever how to charge for this and so the first time. I said something to someone about that. I was going to do that. They he said to me. Well how much are you going to charge me to do the financial plan and it stuck in my throat. I wanna tell you second. My throat is a two hundred dollars okay. That's fine and then they went down. I should have made it but didn't charge. Yeah exactly but but it was just so hard for me to value my my worth in that moment because first of all i had no precedent for it. There was no one else who did it. So i really didn't know. But i threw it out there and it worked and i just think how much that stuck in my throat when i said it but yeah that that is about my own self worth and and how i valued that because i'd never been i was Someone who who was the daughter of granddaughter should say three generations of business and the business was to sell fuel oil well. That wasn't what i did. But the thing was that was all based on sales and commissions for the sales of what you made. Nobody that i knew was a professional who charged hourly fees. So i had no idea how to do this but it's funny because it just seemed to me that that was the normal thing to do and then the person that i asked that question who asked me was a physician so he charged with no question. He charged by the hour. You know per visit blah. And i guess that's why for him. It was so easy to say. Yes because he related to that. But it was just not something that i was ever and i i found found it hard and i and i watch other women entrepreneurs who get started in and service businesses and i i look at them and i wonder how they come up with. How much do i charge. Because they've never been through any formal programs that i know but i think it's great thing that you have that kind of training that your coach to help people with that before they jump into something you have that podcast called a young money podcast. Yes why did you decide to do that. Well i knew that i wouldn't do it. Necessarily a lot of one on one on one work with that age group. I wanted to make sure that They had the benefit of insights for me for my gas and as well. They like to hear a lot from themselves so colleagues or peers. Who are doing things and wanted to make that available and showcases all the different routes to success and wealth in it. sometimes it's entrepreneurship. I think we know we're not going to have forty year careers at one company. So how do you get comfortable. Even in interviews. What are the questions you should be prepared to ask and be able to answer. How do you negotiate salaries anything. That's tied to money really gets covered on the show Which is great and to piggyback. On your point you raised about the women that you observe I can say certainly charging is a lot harder for women than it is for men There's ties even more worth. I think in it. It's stuff that gets stuck in your throat and so Really articulating the value is key and there's never been a better time than now because there is so much access to information online so even if you're not taking program you can certainly scope out what other people are charging and at least trying to validate. What's in the ballpark. If you're offering more value charge more you're offering less Than maybe you do charge a little bit less but at least there's an easier way right now. The do that validation. Yeah that's for sure. It's much easier now and you said something that made me. Think of another question about young entrepreneurs and helping them with inc's. How often do you find that. You have young entrepreneurs who are employees of firms and say i'm thinking about starting my own business. And how do you counsel them to a to start something while they're still an employee. Now that's a that's a good one in certainly. I encourage them to do it on a side hustle basis so kind of on the side. I mean they have to check kind of the legalities of it. I or they infringing on anything that their employer does But if not when they're on their own time they should be free to do that and it's good good way to number one. Do that business plan. Validate your idea. Validate your client Target that you have but then it also allows you to see if you like that. Are you going willing to do those late nights in those early mornings around your job while you're building up enough of a critical mass so that you can live off of this could have become a viable business and some people who do that realize you know. I don't wanna work that much. Being an entrepreneur hard work and i like my steady nine to five or whatever. Your hours are like the benefits. That i have and i'm not really comfortable taking that risk that if i don't make the sale i'm not getting paid So it's a good way to ease into it and grow that mass in the business and if you are successful than you can take that departure from your steady job and some people just do keep it as a side business We know lots of businesses out there like Multilevel marketing companies. Where you can have a fulltime job and do this on the side and have extra income that may be funds. Your your travel. Maybe it's education plans you have. Maybe it's homeownership to help you do that. But you don't necessarily need to give up the the steady salary job. I think a lot of people find that a much easier way to become an entrepreneur but then again in this day and age literally right now people who've lost their jobs because of the pandemic are finding that they they need to become entrepreneurs in order to survive because their jobs have been taken away they no longer exist. Are you seeing that now. I am especially where If you have a relatively online type of business or where. You're you're doing coaching or or service. Based things that you can do in online you can do that. With relatively limited in batsmen at the at the beginning and so i think entrepreneurship teaches you how to be very agile to be adoptable. How to kind of check in quickly. Hey this isn't working. I've gotta make a tweak and if you're very focused on the numbers and you're you're staying cost you can raise some money pretty quickly By kind of capitalizing on a skill or knowledge that you have Which i think is wonderful. And if you've been in a job for a long time sometimes partnership mindset to do that but Certainly people are doing it with success right now. Tracy do find that people are looking today to try to generate revenue by creating courses. Yes very much. So are you telling them on that To some extent. I mean i i think you have to make sure it's something that's unique that everyone isn't offering. You've got to be clear on what the outcome is going to be for your participants and make sure that it is valuable and that they will have some measurable gains by going through your program But i think certainly there are so many people who have skills to offer that they don't necessarily value in themselves till they start taking that hard luck and experience in a certain area why not share that with the world and make money by doing it at the same time yeah. That's the thing that i think is most interesting at this particular. Time is that people have never really seen I guess that there's a a guy who has written a lot of books about it does a lot of coursework Danny any who said his latest book is what what is my gift because many people do not see that they have something unique to offer. The world just gets buried under their role as a fill in the blank within a corporate environment. They just they forget they can do these things and it doesn't necessarily have to be what their job is. It could be a skill like you know how to make a vegetable garden. I whatever it is. It's something that's not related to what they do but they have the skills that that others would probably really love to know about. And i've seen a lot of people do that. They've jumped onto the course type thing as a way to generate income and it's their option to leave their job for sure and it's really begins with that inventory of the skills and the abilities you have. And which ones can you monetize. I don't think that's been the commonplace thinking like you said Over the years and it's really more people are are kind of coming to that. I think it starts with the younger generation but Anybody at any point in their career in their life should always be considering not especially people with a lot of experience You can certainly shape a lot of people's lives by putting it out there into the world instead of one at a time like you said in the beginning one time takes a long time but if you do a coarser do some things like that you can impact thousands of people so i hope people will listen to that part of it and seriously think about doing some courses. Let me ask you a question about this from your website. You had something for entrepreneurs the question was you know you need to take your money seriously. And you're in the right place. The first step is to review your numbers weekly and you have something that's called. Can i afford it. The money meeting agenda. Tell us about that. What is that. So oftentimes somebody starts a business. Because they're excellent at whatever their product or service happens to be but they haven't necessarily had any training in their life on the financial aspects In order for businesses to continue to stay in business and be successful. It's maya belief in certainly my observation that Having a dedicated time to review the numbers aspect of your business is a key success attribute. In so i encourage entrepreneurs to do it at minimum monthly A small dedicated amount of time weekly is absolutely beneficial. It helps you stay on track helps you to use those numbers to support your goals. Is you typically have goals for your business allows you that opportunity to ask questions to your bookkeeper or your accountant to make sure you're fully understand your business. You're you're responsible for that and making sure that you hit your goals so for anybody who's listening if you wanted to head over to cash coach dot biz. You can download that money meeting agenda to get started and the first meeting you have with yourself might be just looking at that agenda just getting comfortable and it's okay to take that first step because you're going to get more comfortable the more times you keep looking at your numbers and as you. Stu solicit that like lynn mentioned earlier. You don't need to do this. A level there are a lot of people out there who can assist you on this journey. Tell us that website again. Cash coach dot biz okay and they can download that running meaning agenda and get started. Let's switch gears here. Because i wanted to ask you about your experience as a child with money and how that shaped who you are so let me ask the first question. What is your first memory around money. I remember getting it as gifts. Sometimes for birthday grading we would get a little bit of money But i learned very quickly. That money was something. I could use to get stuff i wanted. So he's probably six or seven years old I wanted to go to the store every day in the summer and the corner store i wanted to buy like slushies or chips or candy and my mom would give me money once a Maybe a quarter fifty cents and then she would say that's all the money we have this week for that so it wasn't that we were short on money in our family but we weren't gonna spend any more on that so i did what i thought. Every other little kid started. I went outside and with my friend. We brainstorm ways. We could make money during the week so we had a lemonade stand. We had little clubs. Kids could come and we were charged the money we created a little community newspaper But i i learned very quickly that we could get money if we wanted to. We had to do something to get it so. I don't think i thought about it that at that time but i certainly knew i could hustle and make some money and then i could get that store maybe three days a week versus the one. My mom was going to fund. And then there you go. So that was your initial entrepreneurship. You figured out that if you did something quiet money yes that's it i. I had a similar situation. I realized that where we lived. There was a a main street right in front of the house to two lanes but there was a traffic light right there and i knew that every memorial day fourth of july and labor day weekend the there would be tons of cars because they all turn lifted light to go to the seven terry so i would say right there with my laminate stand i. I sold so many cups of lemonade. Perfect it was just a fun thing to do and then once you got the money. What was that you did with the money. When did you decide that. Maybe if i put some aside i can get something. Bigger later yeah. My parents were very good at teaching us and I used to babysit a lot to was about eleven. Twelve years old. And i then i kinda graduated wanted to buy books so i i liked book burton series and i knew that they cost two dollars and a quarter so i would save up to get the book and then my parents talked to me about well if you want something bigger. I remember a tennis racket. Very specifically And they said well if you save up half we'll give the other half. And i think i had twenty dollars to for my half and so They were instilling those lessons in my brother and i and so that kind of graduated to you. Want something bigger okay. You say about So even when i was going off to university for my first year university i had saved up half. I was going to go and live away at school. It was gonna. I saved up seven thousand dollars and it was gonna cost fifteen year so That just kind of stayed with me all that time and really credit to my parents For for talking about those things with me and having those conversations in the house But also i could see them like my mom would be balancing the checkbook. We only got groceries every two weeks. She had list. We wasn't like the way it is now where you're running out to the store. Every other day to pick stuff up was very controlled spending In we had everything that we needed that we weren't Throwing money around. I wouldn't say so. Well we should first job. Do you remember that babysitting. And then i went on to Probably when i was fourteen fifteen i started looking after houses in my neighborhood business when people went on vacation so i would look their pets their water their plants take in the mail. I even with subcontracting the the lawn mowing out to my brother. He was a couple of years younger and then now really went waitress. Directing i love. It was a very good employees. We didn't have a great So i think we only got two lawns mode because he didn't hear that money even though we grew up the same. He wasn't as motivated as i was about the money. What would you say has been the most threatening to your financial security couple probably different things. I mean certainly. If you what i was incorporate if he would hear rumblings that there was going to be some layoffs or we were having a bad year for income is going to be reduced and then in two thousand fifteen. My job was eliminated I was really fortunate I was working a lot in the office. Like sixty eighty hours a week. And i wasn't necessarily the happiest in my life So hidden blessing. And i was fortunate to get a really generous severance but brings with an uncertainty. I hadn't automatically thought. I would start a business at that time but I knew that if i went back to another corporate role that was comfortable that there would be future restructuring another day and i'd be in the same boat so i figured i would take control of my own future and figure something out with all of the things i like to do and that i knew people wanted in needed. Nice that you had that opportunity So i mean in the movement didn't feel like it necessarily but it was part of a larger restructuring and so i had the benefit of time with the several so that i could actually think through what would be the best thing for me and probably acted super fast. I would have gone back into a corporate role but made the most of it. And i'm certainly very glad that i. I chose the entrepreneurship brewed at that point. Sounds it sounds like you already had that in your in your blood. Yeah who would you say. Is the most influential woman in your life. Oh there's quite a few but my grandmother on my dad's side mother Just a wish. He could've lived at a different time. she was just Really inspirational in terms of making do with what she had but she could make things seem magical and she could make money stretch like nobody because they didn't have very much money but she could never knew that they didn't have very much money and so she was resourceful and making clothes different curtains she'd find enough money to get some new paint to paint the walls and Just had a really creative imagination so it would have been great to see if she lived at a different time really What she went on with her life to in a different capacity. Does she give you any advice that you can remember. I remember. she always found that. I was quite outspoken. But she was very proud of me for all of the things that i was accomplishing and would encourage me in so I remember we had moved away from from where i grew up. We would send audio cassettes back and forth. We would talk to each other. Because he's very was very expensive at that time So like she found a way to always kind of stay in my life Always would send me funny jokes and Little sayings and she always read. The paper covers cover and so intelligent and articulate and if she had the opportunity to to work outside of the home. I think it would have been phenomenal to see what she did. Yeah yeah she and she of course never had that option. Yeah she did. She worked at cleaning people's houses to help supplement their family income and But still had all of those host duties as well so just really amazing leney and i assume she's no longer with us yes. She's passed a seven years now. So what would you say are some of the best and the worst financial decisions you've made. I said the best would have been starting my Savings for retirement when i was seventeen. Eighteen years old mile loves my parents encouraging me again And they allowed me to take some of the money. I'd saved up for university to go into that and they would. If i was short they would help me on that. We were just putting twenty five dollars a month but as you know the beauty of compound interest is very helpful so so even though it's a small amount that's probably the best thing And probably worst thing maybe Waiting to buy a home. I wish i probably had bought a rental property earlier. But i didn't didn't understand how good it could be. I don't have a rental property. now. I do of my own home But probably getting into real estate sooner so not necessarily a mistake but probably missed opportunity. Yeah i would say that there are people. I know who've made a big mistake by buying a house that was way too big for them with the belief that they would grow into it and not really so anyway. Thanks to you. Tracy bissett and and Just tell people how they can get in touch with you if they have additional questions. Yeah the best way to define me as on lincoln. So tracy has any and bissett has two s.'s. Into tees and i would absolutely love to hear any questions or comments from anybody. Who's listening and i am very responsive there so please do reach out and listen to your podcast which is young money with tracy. Bissett the advice show for young millionaires in the making. Oh i love it. I didn't know about that tagline. I like wonderful so to all of you in my power of the purse community. I hope today's podcast was helpful. In enriching your understanding of important financial matters and how some knowledge of money can go a long way to easing the burdens of life. Thanks again tracy for sharing your time and your knowledge and until the next time thanks for listening and remember money is not the enemy. Your ignorance of it is good. Thanks for listening to the power of the purse. Widdling s a certified financial planner. Be sure to subscribe for more inspiring stories and information to help you take charge of your financial future for more information. Visit power of the purse. Podcasts dot com.

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Mate X, 5G: All of your MWC 2019 questions answered here (The 3:59, Ep. 527)

"Welcome to the truth for tonight or Roger Chan and I'm Bridget Carey. I just got back from MDC twain nineteen in Barcelona where that show was just hat. Yeah. It was. So we all thought five G will be the key theme. But it turns out that we all come blown away by foldable phones and multiple foldable phones. If you like that's all anyone really cared about. Yeah. Just sort of run through things through we had the the galaxy fold from unpacked the week before really wall way despite all his controversies stole the show with its mate. X full device was actually the first journalist actually get my hands on it a nice. We also had a look at TCL's concept phone devices using this dragon hinge. Mechanism that allows foldable phones. And then Lastly, I broke the news that Motorola will launch its first foldable phone, which we believe will be the razor sometime in the summer. Of course, it will call the razor. Of course, the most like snappy phone, there is definitely one more fascinating devices because they mice sources say that, you know, they promises not as I looks like anything that we've seen so far which really the the fold and the made X pan filings show phone that looks like looks very much like the razor. I wanna have flat goes presumably the inside of the display would be one continues foldable of one foldable screen you'd actually closer clam shell like the old days. I feel like it's like a dream until like how to all these phones, although they're crazy expensive. What did it feel like to have the made X in terms of quality when you fold it? You've made X was I was surprised by the quality of since considering it was fairly thin. Like, I thought it might feel a little cheap. I think others have said there's a bit of a plastic field to its specially in the front. The screen is plastic Ola that allows for the the flexibility, but it does feel like it's a little cheap. And the fact that this thing folds. Inwards? So the screens on the outside. Yeah. Mixed meal war that thing's going scratched up like crazy for just a few months. Right. Yeah. And look we have the time with the price or twenty six hundred dollars for phone. I I am not getting it. But I'm just excited that these things are changing our conversation, and you know, maybe shaping the future. But this way to absolutely I think the fact that these displays offer the flexibility in terms of different designs from shapes and sizes. That's what really excites me about it. But you know, you've got twenty six hundred dollars for this phone. The gulfs is nineteen eighty. What kind of setting bar for these phones these foldable phones and they're pretty expensive. Yeah. And then also five g phones are coming out and they're more expensive, which makes me go. Why would you bother? Why would you bother the five G networks aren't really there yet? Exactly. That's the best point after all all their porting. I did the show came to conclusion the five G is technically here. It's not here any real way. And that really looking at second half to twenty twenty five service to be something material enough for actually wanna use it before we run at time. You got mentioned your big story that came out today. Yes. So I want to talk about my experience walking into a nuclear disaster zone actually court. You're so hard. I actually got chance to fly out to Japan's Fukushima DAI Ichi nuclear power plant site of the worst nuclear disaster worst meltdown in history where we got to look at the role that technology plays whether it's robots virtual reality. Whether it's drone technologies of the various Bissett technology being pulled together to really fix this. Same problem, which is supposed to take. Upwards of forty years and several seventy odd billion dollars. It's it's insane. The scope of and it's been what? Yeah. Eight years since this eight years and really only started literally scratched the surface. They just sent a robot in last month for the first time, we touched some of the debris down in the bottom of the nuclear reactor, really quick. What was your most nervous moment? Walk into this place was actually putting on the gear. I put three layers of gloves socks. Multiple boot changes hard hat face. All that in the being told that I would be in this suit for two and a half hours. Like that was not that was worrisome for me. I was a little bit. I can't wait to read the whole thing for full coverage state at check. I'm Bridget CARA is listening.

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S4 E82 | eXpert Tease: Jason Lauritsen shares a fundamental moment in his life when he learned it was okay to fail

CXR Podcast

13:09 min | 4 months ago

S4 E82 | eXpert Tease: Jason Lauritsen shares a fundamental moment in his life when he learned it was okay to fail

"Welcome to the see. Our channel our premium podcast for talent. Acquisition and talent management listening as the community discusses a wide range of topics focused on attracting engaging in retaining fest. Talent we're glad you're here l. Everybody welcome to the podcast. And our special segment that we like to call the expertise on crystalline presidency are today. We're gonna grow up about fifteen minutes with keynote speaker and not offer jason lawrenson now. These segments are typically delivered. Quick and easy sort of format. We talk about any topic that actually fits within the scope of hundreds of hundreds of teenagers selection until this were a priority for them so that means we could be talking about the we could be talking about. People planning a technology order today life experiences. So if you're should weighing in on what you think in twenty twenty one for recruiting leaders What they should focus on you can take part in our new twenty twenty one birdies benchmark It's open to everybody can be found at. Www dot c x dot works so live. Today you can fire up your keyboard and used chat section. You can drop in question jason. We'll do our best to get to them if we can before you run on time and if we don't have time where you think something later you can always join us in our open free exchanges on the website. It's sorta works such talent talk so and nothing about me explaining what we're gonna talk about how we can start talking about jason. Welcome to our humble show big for having me glad for those who may not know you because i feel like i've known you for at least a decade in the space but for those who may not know you give us a little bit of background like who who is jason. Who is jason. Jason is a native midwesterner husband. Father to three. I m a crusader for all things employee. Engagements kind of early in my life hadn't experienced woke me up to the reality. That works sucks for a lot of people in a dozen have to and so i committed my career to fixing that and so that really The way i do that is through writing and speaking and training and consulting. So that's that's me a very fast nutshell. That's pretty good. That's the escalator pitch. I like that. It's so let me ask you last time. You and i were talking Reason we thought it'd be really great tug on the show. You were sharing a story. We were talking about getting knocked down and getting back up and yoga trying to run a business and trying to do the right thing and you had shared a story with that. I just re really tickled me. And i thought it would be fun to bring you on the show and have you share about how how you're okay with failure and why what have set that up right. I you know what i think. That's good. I say to people all the time that one of my one of my cultivated strengths. I guess throughout my lifetime is that i am really good at failing fairly massively extracting a lot of learnings from that to propel me forward in so this is where it started. I guess my origin story. So so yeah. The the question it net nominee people have actually heard me. Tell the story so this is at coming out. I guess a little bit. This'll explain something. Probably to some people. But i'm so sorry i and i am so sorry because i've heard it to laugh. I shouldn't let everybody has permitted to laugh right. It is a funny story in hindsight so it was only. It was only not funny to me. I think at the time. So you know i set this up so this goes back sixth grade you teed it up perfectly earlier part of the reason this story so awesome right now. I'm glad we're we're unpacking. This is my kids are right at this. Age one's a little bit older one's a little bit younger my two youngest. And so it's it's really pertinent. I have told them the story. But here's what happened so it was the end of my six grade year and at the end of sixth grade. At least when. I was growing up in middle school we had. I think they still do the some places. It was like a middle school graduation or awards. Kind've ceremony whatever at the end and so a couple we so this was coming up in the in the day that the story happens is on that day to give a little bit of background leading up to that day. Probably i dunno several weeks before this. I had had a friend over to my house. We were outright bikes and of course as boys do we were racing and i in my victory sort of beating. My friend in this race had made a turn. I shouldn't have had dumped my bike and had really messed up my knee. And so i mean to the point that it was like it. My knee had gotten like huge in swollen and it couldn't even bend it for a long time and so and so so i'm coming off that. That's that's the setup so the day of the award ceremony ceremony comes up. I'm in this auditorium. It's a traditional of you. Imagine the old school auditorium with the big stage. So we're all hundred of us me and my classmates are in this auditorium and they're calling us out one at a time everybody get some kind of certificate for something so everybody gets called up you go buy your class you know order of your name and And so they finally get to me. I was about in the middle of the of the total negative. Get to my group and we go up as we're going up. I'm walking with my classmates up. And and of course you know how it is in sixth grade. You're super paranoid. You're worried about everybody looking at you. You like the social pressure superintendents. I'm trying to look like walk. Normal right instead of limping and giving around like i had been. I'm trying to walk normal. As normal as i could be as cool as i could and finally we get to the stairs on the edge of the stage and it sideways stairs. The person in front of me goes up and goes across and then they call my name. And it's my time and in the social i think pressure of all of this sort of erased my brain for a moment and so i started up the stairs and i forgot about my knee and so i took a step with my good leg and then i went to go with my second leg and while my knee could now bend a little bit not quite enough to get up the stairs and i dumped it flat on my face of all my all my classmates and and so i was terrified. Of course you know how you react you like oh my god so i popped right back up. My adrenaline now is funding. My body and i just want to get up the stage and get off. So i take another step with my good foot. I then again tried to take a step with my bad foot bam down on my face. Second night twice in a row. So i finally get up. I sort of limped my way to the top of the stairs. Across i get my stuff. I go back to my chair. I am horrified. You know just completely horrified does in front of everybody walking up the stage. All everybody's looking at me right. So i mean because you are at that moment i am the show and so my entire classes. Meet this so. I go back to my in. The story gets worse. I go back to my chair. We sit down and were sitting there and we go through the other classes. And i'm still trying to like shake off. What just happened. And then they get to the end and at the end of the ceremony. They're going to give out. They're going to give out a couple of citizenship awards and these are award. Teachers had to like nominate kids. Or whatever and so they're gonna bounce this citizenship award and so And i'm sitting there and they they bring this up. I have never not wanted to win. Something so bad in my entire life as i did at that moment of time and I'm sitting there and of course as i'm sitting there this i wouldn't tell this part of the story if my name wasn't called and so they call my name. I take a deep breath. And i get up and so of course now. I'm not just like doing. The show is now getting out of my chair. Walking all the way down the aisle and across watching you everybody's watching me right because there's nothing else to watch except for me i get to the stairs. I go up the stairs one at a time with my good leg. I get to the top of the stairs in my entire class. Erupts in an ovation. I had made it to the top of the stairs just like you. Just learn to walk if you're six. It was this kind of excitement that we have the first time that are toddler walks to us across the room like that sort of what it felt like they were they were they. Were giving me at that moment. And so I got my got my award went back and then you know i look back on that story and the reason we started out and i'm like why i get invited onto talk. I'm sure about some something in my domain of expertise and somehow we're talking about middle school. I don't know how that happened. But i do think that when i look back on that moment i have often thought that that experience sort of me against In a lotta ways against like being embarrassed or being you know like failing in different ways because there was always like well. It's not as bad as that on a guy. Remember what that felt like. And and certainly i went onto make all sorts of other massive fails soon after that and throughout my life but that was where it all started. God it's so funny. Because in my mind i mean both of us need some public speaking here and there and now my mind i think the next time to stage in a little nervous like bite it twice on the way of this j just oromo once wants as bad tonight if i can. Just sit back and get make it up on the stage. It'll be fine. I can get past this hurdle. It'll be fine. I say that because it does make me laugh because my mind plays out like some sort of a short film right the whole little scene but it it does. There does seem to be a lesson in there that should probably resonate which about anybody who's who's bissett or whiffed about a few times before they finally able to take a base or god forbid. Knock out of the apart right. Yeah i think in on as i reflected on it. You know at the time at the time you know like you look back and think about like the applause at the end and there's a lot of different ways to interpret data right. There's kind of a. There's kind of the passive aggressive kind of mean spirited side of it which. I'm sure there were some kids that were that way. I think there was probably a whole bunch of that. We're really grateful just that they weren't me in that moment and i do think there's some of it that was really encouragement probably alike you know just wanting to be like god you did it and i thought a lot about that and and how we respond in moments like that right how we respond show up when other people biff on their face like what what does that. What does that feel like. And so it's it's just been a story that's given to me in a lot of different ways over the years improbably echoed through like when i was struggling through being the the first person in my in my family to go through a divorce or failing at my first and my second and third business all of that stuff like there's always these echoes of like well. At least i didn't fall twice in front of everybody. I know you're gonna be able to get back up if you just want to survive and it turns out makes for a great story if you can find a sense of humor about this stuff. It's amazing the traction you can get out of it as a teaching or learning tool. I think it's wonderful takeaway and it's a really fun story jason. I just thanks for sharing that level listeners. I am happy to. it's i'm glad to get mileage. Out of it. Gives them enjoyment to others. I guess instead of people wanna know what you're up jason. They find generally dan and get a website. Where where do we send them to. Just keep up with jason. What if you can if you can spell my name and put it into google's are or any place you can find me a lot of places but linked in is a great place the other places to stop by my website which is just jason lords dot com. Sign up for my newsletter. I do a a weekly newsletter where i send out you know management engagement insights and different events that i'm doing or free content and different things so that's a good place to keep up as well stuff. Well thanks so much for joining us. I hope everyone will join us next week. We've invited checks shonda zilic To share some of her own learnings when she tried to actually evolve recruiting teams entire strategy. She can share which she did wrong and she really messed that up so until then we hope we see everybody line of work slash tell talks. Thanks for listening to the our channel. Please subscribe to see on your favorite podcast resource and leave us a review while you're at it. Learn more about our at our website. C dot works facebookcom and twitter dot com slash career crossroads in on instagram at career x roads. We'll catch you next time.

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20. SAS RED NOTICE Part 3

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27:25 min | 3 months ago

20. SAS RED NOTICE Part 3

"So before we get into the episode word from our sponsors okay. So listen up. If you haven't heard about anchor it's easiest way to make a podcast. Let me explain. it's free. There are creation tools that allow you to record. And edit your podcast right from your phone or computer anchor will distribute your podcast for you. So it can be heard on spotify apple podcasts. And many more you can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make podcast in one place. Download the free anchor at or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started Long long okay. So we're back talking about. Sas red notice on the third part of this podcast. I am going to get through this. Tonight's whether i don't even care if it goes on whole hour y'all are just going to have to listen to me ramble and ramble on about this movie. I'm going to get through it tonight. So anyway we left off with Clements and visit were about to board the train to release the hostages. And i think tom he was Doctrine his his bump a whole thing. About how i had seen Sam humans bomb three times in a row practically. But anyway that's not unlike gonna go into that again but anyway And sophie Her phone was discovered by the that girl underneath the train. And i believe the black swan. They had just gotten to their drilling. They've gotten to where they they want to be in their drilling in the tunnel so anyway enough about catching up so like i said bissett and Clements are boarding the train in. Meanwhile outside of the train tom he had Shot some of few folks outside there and Bucks one guys are are just now realizing that. Something's not right and so they go in there. They're looking for four tom. And he's he's having a fight those guys while clements and bissett our board the trainer and the Oliver of our our ali. He is checking taking their weapons from them. So in so tom you know he's outside the train and he starts going up dot tunnel to see what they're doing inside the train Climate and bissett bissett Where the hostage. Our hostages are in Gray says well. They're not going anywhere and she shoots him right there in front of everybody dab part shocked the hell out of me because this was a big actor. I mean i've seen him in a few things. And i was not expecting that at all but anyway and gray says yeah. You probably thought that was gonna be you and because climate says not that was going to be you and you know a whole exchange about that and includes climates tries to charge her. You know he Broke the champagne glass and he tries to charge her and she grabs him by the collar and says everybody needs to just calm down and she says Y'all hardest to job and Clements points out that she didn't do the job properly. And she said well the villagers you know they. They sold their land in day at work. In the reason for leaving witnesses was they were supposed to spread you know. The word spread the fear so that the government could by the land and Put the pipeline down. And she's she says that You know the prime minister could just admit that he hired them to do a job and they did it you know. They want their money. They want to be paid and climate. Says you know payment can be arranged soon. Brick desk has plenty of money and she's like She says the britt guests has a pipeline in tunnel and not many people know that and of course on the outside you can see tom. He has just discovered this. So that's what they've been doing. They've been trying to Drill through the during the tunnel to get to that pipe so that they could You know threaten to blow it up or whatever they're trying to do and of course you know that is Grace's plan she says If he if if clements or the government doesn't pay her then she will destroy the tunnel and everybody in it and so Climates you know. He promises that if she really does promise to leave and he will get her her money and her safe passage out of there so she gives him like thirty minutes to get some confirmation so meanwhile her partner there was getting all of this on camera and on video Of course leaves the the train so in the next scene or else i'd to train i should say Tom he finds the guy that's Planting the bomb and he tells him to stand down and the guy says. If you pull the trigger or i'll blow up everybody. So thomas guy they have a whole exchange about you know the bomb the plan and stuff and he gets him to disarm the bomb and they start fighting and struggling and then they fall down It looked like a shaft or some some kind of Tunnel thing and that guy dies instantly but it goes to a new seen before. We can see how tom is. And it's just The news people giving an update on what on the situation happening in the tunnel and a lot of pressure is falling on the prime minister to To resolve this issue and it shows the prime minister and and some other official people. They're they're having a meeting on what to do. And i guess the leader of britain's of brett gas comes in and he has to. You know the prime minister is talking to him about you. Know the random and i he he agrees to pay it but that it needs to stay under the radar because brick gusts doesn't pay ransoms do they. So it goes back to tom in that guy that just fell down. The shaft there and Tom he's okay. And then it goes to Declan an essay soldiers there. I guess declinism charge now so because you know the bissett got killed and tom calls him on the phone and Just confirms that the tunnel is going to be blown up And so he says eah clements as it's gotten the same message and you know. Tom says it's not a threat. It's actually a real. There's a real bomb there and declan asks him if he can disarmament and of course. Tom says that he can't because there's triggers and all this kind of stuff all over. It and tom tells him to get to tell visit to get in there. And you know and fix the situation. But then you know. Tackling course tells tom about bissett. Tom tells declan to since he's in charge to just go in and do this and Of course clements has told them to stand down. And thomas like She'll blow it up anyway because even if they do pay her she's going to do it anyway because it's not about the money it's about revenge so declan is trying to convince tom to get away out of there because He needs his help. But of course tom says well sophie needs it more and after he gets off the phone with tom he called someone on on the on another phone. And of course it's grace so this is where we find out. That declan is in fact this spy 'cause like earlier in the movie they were trying to hint that visit might have been and he could have been and then you know it just you know since he's in charge now. Think but. I think. Tom has always been not tom. I'm sorry declan has always been the spy. And he's telling her you know that he can help her get out and all this and she says she doesn't need to get out you know they're all dead and but if he wants to get out alive than he needs to cooperate and he needs to help her get the player out of the of the tunnels and out of the train and of course he tells her who. Tom is am basically. She threatens him She says either you help me kill tom or or he. Or she's gonna tell clements that he's the spy or she called him to snide so declan tells her basically that tom's girlfriend is on. The train didn't go back to tom. And he's you know he's climbing out of that tunnel. There and then and tom gets a text from sophie that To come get me and he asks her. You know more wounded and she's in the the responses no just me but of course you know this is grace sending tom a message through sophie's phone to set a trap so he sends back you know under the train same as before and so grace tells holly to go and get him on the train so tom can see that all is out there. Side the train looking for him and he's up he's up high all. He's down low. So tom takes this opportunity to jump down and grope him and you know take him hostage and they goes back into the train and he's trying to make a deal with grace. You know if you sophie go. He'll he'll leave because he's the only reason why he's down there and grace makes observation. That is not in their nature to do that. You know she senses that. Tom is probably dislike her. And she says there's probably only one way to end this because you know Neither one of them care when they kill somebody and so she points her gun. And all and tom ends up point his gun at sofi in this part has really intense. Because you don't know like you don't know what he what tom's going to do you don't know what she's gonna do. Are they gonna shoot. They're you know their loved one. Grace actually does shoot 'ali and this tart starts a a. You know a fight and tom tell so free to run and into amino he sets a booby trap with What it looks like a fire extinguisher. And he throws it in blows up and everything and that gets everybody's attention including the news that you know. They got word that something has blown up. So grace calls declan in sas team on the phone and she You know they ask her. What was that explosion. And she says that was your player trying to save his girlfriend and she says to try that again. And i'll blow up the whole tunnel and in. This is where declan tells her that. Her money has been transferred and that a helicopter is waiting for her so that she can make her escape. So the black swan are getting ready to make their move and The the black swan lady there goes to grace and says that the money has been transferred in in the p. passengers are ready and all of this and grace tells her to warn everybody there cut including declan. Of course. she's talking to all here when she says she tells him that. You know she was aiming for soft tissue. She wasn't going to kill him an all. He asks her what she's gonna do about the player and she's like it would take too long to To to far him out and everything you know finding so they just leave him but they see says that everybody should be on alert and assume that he's still in the playing field so the essay s are trying to get their men in position you know for snipers and everything like that and The guy there is given declan You know a briefing about what's going on and stuff and Tom right here. I mean not. Tom but declan right here he you know. He looks genuinely concerned for tom. But he's guy stay keep his head in the game and also before that you know Clinton was kind of looking at declan like he. He's onto him. He knows that he is the spy or the snide. So tom comes out of the train and Of course you know the the black swan. They're trying to get Disguises and things the train is actually going into position for you know to release the hostages. But anyway. But tom comes out of the train and Gray still has sophie there and outside of the tunnel. The helicopter has just arrived and so but back in a tunnel to Tom is pursuing grace. And all of them in all and they're making Sophie will they open up the gas pipeline To get inside. They have masks on stuff. They make selfie put one on and they get. They're getting ready to make their escape. And of course you know like i said. Tom is pursuing them and always stays back to give a grace some time to escape with sophie. You know to stop tom so tom. And ali fight on and of course. Tom wins the fi- He he removes always mask and killed him and then outside the train has just come outside the tunnel and clements tells declan that if you have the shot to get grace and take the shot and of course declan tells the snipers to to get ready to Shoot fire at black swans so the black swans are getting ready to exit the train. She tells all the passengers to put their head their hoodies up. You know so that they can blend in and then it goes to tom. He's in the pipeline. You know going in pursuit of grace. Meanwhile back outside The all the black swan have been identified. But there's no sign of grace of course and So declan orders the snipers take their shots so grace and sophie make it out of the pipeline and you know all of the black swans are down at you know by the train and tom gets out of the pipe and He tells grace you know 'cause. He saw sophie there and she tells tom to stop pursuing her or show. Co sophie and. Tom says you have safe passage. Just let her go and gray says that they're still more do and at this moment she detonates. The bomb in the whole tunnel. Everything just blows up and the helicopter comes and hits declan and climates Right before clements tells him that he knows that he's the snide and of course Grace has sophie with a knife to throw in. She says that killing me will not stop. Tom and In gray says we'll maybe this will and she. She stabs her in the leg and runs off. And tom goes in and takes ofi and sophie. Till's her tells tom that she understands him. Now to go get grace dropper. So but at the explosion site you know Clements is coming to and so as declan and Clements is trying to get declan to to his next Movements wisely of course. They're both in pretty bad shape but Declan is like i know. 'cause you know clements is making promises you know the hill help him out and everything like this and he's like and so Declins like it wants people. Find out what you've been up to. It's not you know it doesn't matter and he punches him knocks him out an indecrompt and gets away And then it goes to the news and it shows how they're talking about what that grace was the one that was responsible for all of this but she also has a video that they uploaded a video of her and clements talking in the train earlier and of course this exposes the prime minister and guess of their involvement and all this and what they did to the village at the beginning and it goes back to deforest thomas pursuing grace and of course you know he catches up to and they start. Fighting in. This fight. Sequence was a pretty good it was. It was nicely done it. was you know. The choreography was was really good but anyway and he throws her into me. They fall off a cliff in and they land on this car. And you know. They're struggling for the knife. And all this and He ends up throwing her inside the car and she starts talking to him about this game. That they were playing was nicely played in you know. Tom says it's not a game. And she says that He is more alike with her than than he realizes. And all this and Saying how You know who he is he not. None of them have ever loved anybody in. Tom says he he does love. Sophie in and gray says it You know she'll end up leaving you on and she's like and she says that. Let let me teach you how to be who you really are. True black swan and tom acknowledges this and he says yes i am. And then he slit her throat and so it breaks away from that scene And they finally made it to paris him and sophie and so he comes down the stairs and and and comes to check on tom. He's standing outside on the balcony and She comes up to him and she says if you ever want to talk about you know what happened. I'm here to listen. And everything and tom says that there is something i've been meaning to ask you. And he asks her. You know he. He shows her the ring and sophie. Tilts him you know. If i thought i could make you happy i would marry you today but She's doesn't believe she could. He's not meant to be married and And tom he confused about this because he thought he understood him now and she says i do. And that's why can't marry you and he starts crying and she sees this emotion from him and she realizes that omar. Gosh you really do love me. you know. And so she. Apparently she agreed to marry him. Because in the nick seen on it shows it. Well it's showing of mountains and all of this and the camera is going through it and all this. But they're getting married and He gets a call from clements declan that he has been sitting on the ransom money in that you know. Tom clements says tom knew all along. Where where it was. He was right where it was I i need to also mention Through all of this you know when they're don't do the mountains and all that the ending credits are rolling. And i thought that was a really cool touch to do this to put seen you know in the ending credits. You know in the Reporters there reporting on what the prime minister. The backlash this So anyway it's left. Open for part two and i kinda i hope there's a part to Because this was a really good movie. I do have a few thoughts on it though. Like i said at the beginning It took me a while to really understand what was going on. It was kind of a little bit hard to understand. But once i did get into it. It's actually really really good movie on. And i'm sorry that it took three times to you know. Make make this podcast. But you know it's it's a movie it's longer than your average tv episodes. So yeah it was a should have realized that it was going to be longer than most podcast would have been. And i don't really know right now. If i'm gonna do any more movies but We'll see we'll see anyways. That's my thoughts on it Of course another thing that another observation i made. I'm not really quite sure who the bad guys were in this movie You know because the black swan. Yeah i group in. They were bad. You know but The government was bad too so it was really confusing to see who. Who is who you know who was bad. Who was the one thing that i did take away was that i was rooting for tom to win. Tickets to save sophie. So yeah that's all. The that's that's going to wrap up this discussion for this up for the discussion for the episode of the podcast. Y'all stay tuned for trivia so the trillion. I have for this movie. It's all andy mcnab centric. It says the the author of books this movie is based on is a former member of british sas. He was captured and tortured by iraqi forces in the first gulf war. He was the commander of an eight-man patrol call sign. Bravo two zero sean. Being played him in a film version of that book. He also helped choreograph the weapons and tactics for miami vice in two thousand six and heat in nineteen ninety-five. Both michael men movies. He also assisted in leading special forces technical advice to military computer games. He also provide combat training for another michael mann film. Collateral in two thousand four. So yeah. that's pretty interesting About the author of this of the books that that this movie is based off of so. Yeah that's all. That's all the trivia got. Y'all stay tuned for news. So the only big news that i could find on this movie is that it should be out in theaters and drive ins Come out on april sixteenth. We're not. I started this podcast. I planned on sharing that news. You know like it was going to be coming but out so apparently in also i just want to share Since we're talking about sam human and an extra project he's doing a thought. Maybe you know i would share some Some news about some of the other actors that play an outlander and the things that they're doing Laura donnelly who plays jimmy in outlander. She has a new show on. Hbo called the nevers. On of course tobias menzies. He's he plays prince phillip in the crown and by the way. I just wanna take a minute right here. Because of the news happened with prince phillip Last week My heart goes out to the royal family on that So anyway neil hudson. She plays on a show. In a net flix called the irregulars and of course she plays leary in outlander steven steven cree Who plays N senior He's on a discovery of witches. So you can watch that. On amazon prime Of course the irregulars and the crowd is on netflix. Like i said the numbers is on. Hbo max so yeah. That's all the news. I have So y'all stay tuned for listener feedback so an from the facebook group. All things outlander said that. I thought it was pretty good. Not earth shattering but pretty entertaining was willing to pay the low price of red box. Not the higher price of theater though a might have chosen theater. If i didn't have the lower price option just to see will well cast recently performed and directed story easy to follow. Didn't get too convoluted not shot in the dark. So you can see. You can't see what is happening like that. It is open for a sequel. She says she doesn't know which team is which so she can't answer my question on if it if she's team black swan a red notice she questions. A black swan are the bad guys. It definitely had a political. But since i'm not up on uk politics and it wasn't too heavy handed. It was fine for me. Eta and sam so win so thank you n. for that feedback and that's all the feedback. I have If you'll want to leave feedback. I'm gonna leave the links in the description so y'all can find me there. That's going to wrap up this episode. So i think everybody for listening Y'all keep having fun. We're just gonna dive ryan and Where we left them the last time.

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Dua Lipa Has Donuts To Thank For Her Smash, Levitating

Direct from Hollywood

03:06 min | 5 months ago

Dua Lipa Has Donuts To Thank For Her Smash, Levitating

"Fifteen minutes could save you. Fifteen percent or more. is that shakespeare. It's geico here. Yeah that's shakespeare from one of his published. Works would be not for awakening may give the batteries for fifteen minutes. Could save you fifteen percent or more. No it's from geico. 'cause they help save people money. I hate to break it to you but geico got it from shakespeare gyco fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more african king of comedy. Michael blassie here to share some exclusive information about my must listen new podcast michael blackson hosted by me and we cannot forget. My co host is chinese best friend. Thanks mike this right. Chinese best friend along with me is going to be chain. Don't wanna bissett can find no filter with michael blackson on the iheartradio app on apple. Podcast a wit with ryan seacrest duleep as one of the biggest hits of her career with her disco. Infused hit levitating but the song wouldn't exist if it wasn't for one key ingredient doughnuts. Yup songwriting heavyweight. Sarah hudson whose co written heads like katy perry's dr carson iggy azalea heads read. Auras hits remembers being in the studio with doing company trying to come up with a new song. She tells songwriter universe. We try to bunch of ideas but there wasn't anything we loved and do was like i'm wondering donuts but she ordered all these different donuts. We so many that we all have the sugar rush and start to get all this energy just bouncing off the walls. We were literally just dancing and singing. Having the best time writing that song the energy you feel when you listen to it. That's the energy that we had writing it. Sarah also mentioned in the line in the song when things. My sugar boop. I'm levitating is a direct reference to the donuts. They were eating do his latest work. Good is out now. That's direct from hollywood. When you place a wager with william hill sportsbook. Every store moment becomes even more interesting and we have a special twenty twenty one offer to help you all your favorite sports risk free. Download the william hill mobile app. And when you sign up you can get started with a risk. Free bed of up to two thousand and twenty one dollars. Use promo code pod. Rif must be president. Virginia twenty one plus only terms and conditions apply gambling problem call or chat are confidential and toll free helpline at one eight eight eight five three two three five hundred. Let's make it interesting with william hill. Sportsbook for the ones who know. Safety is into catchphrase. It's a culture and the ones who helped make sure everyone makes it home safe for the safety minded who watch everyone's backs grainger offers supplies and solutions for every industry has willis safety assessments and training to keep your facility safe and your people safer call. Click grainger dot com or just stop by grainger for the ones who get it done.

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#B122 (bicentenary to bicycle shorts)

The Dictionary

12:51 min | 1 year ago

#B122 (bicentenary to bicycle shorts)

"The nerds thank you for joining me on this brand new episode of the dictionary. Oh I think it is my friend's birthday today. Happy Birthday Jeff. All right we have some funky words. I was just reading through them and Yeah there are some interesting words in here. So let's get to it. The first word is bicentenary. Bicentenary C. E. N. T. E. N. A. R. Y. It is a noun from eighteen. Seventy two and we just have the synonym bicentennial. Which is our next word but I will tell you. That bicentenary is also an adjective. Didn't did you know that all right. Now we have bicentennial. It is a noun from eighteen. Eighty three a two hundredth anniversary. Or its celebration. Bicentennial is also an adjective. Let's see so. I think my sister was born in the year of the bicentennial of America Nineteen seventy-six. Whoa what what is the is it. A tricentennial is the three hundredth anniversary. I Dunno Probably so maybe I'll still be around. I will be ninety six years old in the tricentennial of America next we have BICEP. It is a noun from nineteen thirty nine and we have the definition for the word with an S. at the end as the Synonym. That is our next word. Just says it's a back formation of the word biceps next. It is a noun from sixteen thirty four. A muscle having two heads as a the large flexor muscle of the front of the upper arm. Be The large flexor muscle of the back of the upper leg. Oh there's biceps in the lake to. I didn't know that. Whoa that's cool. This is from new Latin Bissett bisset which is a prefix or biceps. Probably actually see I think is a cou- sound so is it big caps that is from Latin means to headed which is from by plus cockpit or kaput which means head and there's more at the word head. And what did I learn today? Cephalopods CEPHALOPODS. Those are octopus and squids and cuttlefish cephalopod head and foot So I guess where was I This is not I think. Seth C. E. P. H. Means Head in some language. I thought it would have been Latin. But this is a little bit different because their heads and their feats are connected. You know they don't have a torso like we do. They are just all connected together. That's where the name Cephalopod comes from But we are not in the season. We're in the bees so that is bicep. We actually have some dumbbells. I should go do some bicep workouts and other things. Also you've got to work on the triceps. You don't WanNa be uneven all right now. We have biceps break biceps as the first word. Second Word is B. R. A. C. H. I it is a noun from circa eighteen sixty and we have the a definition again for the word biceps. This is from new Latin literally means biceps of the arm. Uh So specifically if you're talking about the biceps in your arm they are the biceps break guy and the next word is biceps. For More Is- witch is the be definition for the word biceps which are the biceps of the FEMUR. So would then the other side of your Femur triceps. I don't think so. No those quads. Because there's four of them. I think we'll get there eventually. Biceps for Morris is also from eighteen sixty by the way a noun now we have by chloride of Mercury. Three words by chloride is C. H. L. O. Art I e it is from eighteen. Ten Synonym is mercuric chloride. Next we have this was a fun word to say be shown free. Say Be Joan freeze as first word B. I C. H. O. N. Second Word F. R. I S. E. It is a noun from nine hundred sixty six any of a breed of small sturdy dogs of Mediterranean or having a thick wavy white coat so this is modified of the French. Be shown at while frazee something like that which means curly haired Lapdog next. We have by create by Chrome Eight B. I C. H. R. O. M. E. It is a noun from eighteen. Thirty six a dyke chrome eight especially of sodium or potassium. By cremated is an adjective. Next is by chrome adjective from nineteen twenty one and it just means to colored so it's something to colored you could say it's by chrome now. We have by SIP. It'll be I P I T. A. L. Adjective from sixteen forty six of relating to or being a biceps bicycle next. We have the word bicker. Bic K. E. R. is the I form Noun from the Fourteenth Century. One petulant quarreling synonym is altercation number. Two a sound of as if of bickering now we have the second form of bicker. It is a verb from the fifteenth century. Looking ahead I think it's just in transitive number. One to engage in a petulant or petty quarrel as in bickering over money. Oh that is terrible. You should not bicker over money. It's not worth it to a to move with. A rapidly. Repeated knows as in a bickering stream. Now we have to be. Synonyms are quicker and flicker bicker. Were is a noun now. We have bi coastal from nineteen seventy two of or relating to or living or working on both the east and west coasts of the US as in a bi-coastal couple do do do other. Countries use this word other countries that have coasts on both sides. I'm not sure yet but it's definitely a thing in America now. We have by colored adjective from circa eighteen forty three and it just means to colored just like that word by chrome is by colored is from the eighteen hundreds and by chrome is from the one thousand nine hundred so maybe by chrome is a more acceptable word to use. Possibly by color is also a noun next. We have by component. It is an adjective from nineteen. Sixty two bean. A fiber made of two polymers having slightly different physical properties so that the fiber has a permanent CRIMP and fabrics made from it have inherent book and stretch. Ability next is by concave adjective from eighteen. Thirty three concave on both sides by con cavity is a noun next is by conditional. It is a noun from nineteen forty a relation between two propositions that is true only when both propositions are simultaneously true or false and then it says to see the well. This is funny the truth table table so there is a table called the truth table near the end of the book. That how what is the. What is the truth table? I'm so fascinated. I WANNA look ahead but I won't all right next. We have bi convex. It is an adjective from circa eighteen. Fifty two convex on both sides by Is a noun next? We have by Corn B. I. C. O. R. N. E. It is a noun from nineteen thirty six. And we just have the number two definition for the word cocked hat. So I I'm assuming that's just a hat that's like slanted on somebody's head. This is from Latin by cornices which means two horned which is from the prefixed by plus cornu which means horn. And there's more at the word Horn. So what's a cock TAT now? We have bicultural. It is an adjective from eighteen. Forty of relating to or including two distinct cultures as in bicultural education by cultural relativism is a noun next Rehab by bid. It is the I form adjective from Circa Eighteen. Thirty nine having or ending in two points as in by customer teeth. I can never keep my teeth straight. Well that phrase came out way differently than I meant to. My teeth are straight. Luckily I've never had. What do you call them braces? I know the canines and molars but I always get confused about the other ones which I think is really stupid. I should know my teeth right all right. Let's see we. Oh Oh and this is from Latin cusp or cusps. Which means point so. That's that's where the name comes from by. Next we have the second form of by copied. It is a noun from eighteen fifty to a human pre molar tooth and then it says to see the tooth illustration. I'm guessing that the bike husband is that the one after the canine but before the molars I dunno next we have by CUSP BID Valve two words and Noun from Circa nineteen three. We have the synonym mitral valve or is it Mitchell? I think mitral valve next word is bicycle. We've got two forms but they are the last four this episode B. I c. y. c. l. e. it is a noun from eighteen. Sixty three a vehicle with two wheels. Tandem handlebars for steering a saddle seat and pedals by which is propelled also a stationary exercise machine. That resembles such a vehicle. I love calling bicycle vehicle Tandem means in this case at least just ones on the front ones the back. They're they're like in order. This is just from its. It's French actually the by prefix. Plus the word cycle. Now we have. The second form of bicycle is a verb from eighteen sixty nine. It looks like it's only in transitive to ride a bicycle. Bicycler is a noun and bicyclist is also a noun and then we have a sub version of that Bicycle shorts two words now from nineteen eighty two. I don't know maybe this is actually the last word. Because it's they it in dented. A little bit so I thought it was part of bicycle but No I think this is its own thing. So that is actually the last word of the episode bicycle shorts tight fitting shorts made usually with spandex with inner lining or padding and worn chiefly by bicyclists That is going to be. I'm going to pick by cultural as the word of the episode because as as time goes on as people as we gradually become a a human race and not you know and races Spread out we. We are the human race We are becoming more bicultural. Trike cultural multicultural In general but also there's a lot of I really hope I'm not using the wrong words. But there's a lot of mixing of Cultures People people from all different cultures getting together and having babies and so. I think that's great. I think that there's there's a lot of progress in the world. Maybe it's not as fast as I would like it to be but it is absolutely there and so let's keep it up. Let's keep it up. Let's love our fellow people. And that's all I wanted to say. This has been Spencer Dispensing Information Goodbye.

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Lessons From Frequent Travelling (Spoilers Alert, Not Glamorous)

FlashCast By PDB, With Phil Di Bella

07:54 min | 2 years ago

Lessons From Frequent Travelling (Spoilers Alert, Not Glamorous)

"Hi, this is filled dibella. And you're listening to flash casper. PD today question that's been posed to me by many different listeners is do I love traveling. Well, let me tell you that probably for the first three to five years traveling with fantastic, you places new in new -cations new environments meeting. New people the freedom will the rest of it fantastic. However that quickly ways off when you can't erected on the other side of the ledger as it's quite lonely. You're working a lot more hours. You're eating alone. You don't have that beautiful vibrancy of family buzzing around you and people asking your advice and wanting you to kick a soccer ball around or playing or listening to them playing musical instrument. All the things that often annoy us when we're there and prison, but when we leave we miss it. But isn't that common nitro that we always want what we don't have? And we think that the grass is green on the other side now concept of traveling. Let me tell you is that I always seek to find something happy and you to do when I travel. However, of course, I'd rather be experiencing it with my family, especially now to selling developing to spend all my all the school holidays off in its mandate. I keep to this diet is to make sure that I'm not working on school holidays, and we always troubled with different destination record us something unfortunate enough to be in a position to do. But of course, such a Seattle of traveling. It's what you do when you. It's where your focus goes where your willingness goes energy flows. Something that I always talk about is that bringing your awareness into somewhere where your energy flow is awareness, when I'm traveling with my family is all about spending quality time new experiences, making sure that everybody's learning different things from different people from different places, making sure that constantly in that mindset of growth and understanding that the world is all about being better tomorrow than what we are today. However when I'm traveling for business, it's a completely different prospect. So I used to hike traveling on a plane, I get bored of my getting Zion. Whereas what of lent to do? Now on a plan is to shut out completely on that person that doesn't like to talk to the person next to me. No because I'm being word. But because it's my space my time, and I like to meditate I like to listen to audio books like to catch up on reading any documents or reports or paperwork. Oh, learning about what's going on in the world. It's my time. So the last thing I wanted to apply is be sitting. Talking to somebody next to me, something that my family will often tell you get on a plane and next to Papa make sure that you didn't talk to him because he's not interested, and it's not again because I'm being rude. It's because that's my spice, my Brian that it's all about me. And that's how I deal with spending a lot of time on airplane. So I've turned negative into a positive when are going to her tells I make sure that I use my time and make sure book a hotel with the gym glossed a lotta white in the last twelve months because I needed to see that part of my life was neglected. So what I've done is turn the traveling into a positive then when I'm actually traveling. I'm actually making sure that I work at every morning. So I actually work at a lot more when I'm traveling on the road, then when I do at home. So I'm finding these little benchmarks and and positive things to do to enable it the negative to become a positive. I think it all keeps coming back to mindset and a lot of the flash costs that I do Louis b that mindset and coming back using travel as an example is look at it and say away from my. Family missing family. I'm not in a routine, I can look at it and say Wellstone wash my family going to be the best that I can be. I'm going to make sure that high set a routine I'm gonna make sure that I sit my Darby accordingly. So what does it Dame the loss of develop when I'm traveling? Well, a wake up around five or six depending on how light I went to bed. So these need about six hours sleep. What I do is. I wake up I get the Jima trained forbid narrow air and a half depending on how much time I have come back and get ready to go and have breakfast and not work only around eight thirty and I go hard between thirty and around five five thirty if I finish early or might do another session at the gym. Especially whilst I'm traveling because that what I do travel is I drink more alcohol than I normally would meaning went on at home. I drink three nights a week and have four alcohol-free nuts awake. Subject till the functions. However, when I'm traveling, I probably have a drink every night. Well. I do have a drink every night because it becomes a bit of a comfort blanket. And for that reason if I can get a an extra session in the gym. I will However I make sure that it's work before the second session, gene. So if you take it in the concept of talk about personal family and professional. Always take time away attend the negative into being away to a positive by making. It about me making sure that focused on me getting up going to the gym aiding probably going to do work coming back and doing another gym session. And then I go and do normally to work from shin or meeting with clients, and of course, heading drink. But what I always make sure is that I ring my family before they get better cooking at not and have that touch point. And of course, just finding that routine. So what I've done is. I've actually ten the negative to oppose it that I'm probably in a bitter routine when I travel than what I am when I'm at Hon because a use the extra time and the the bikes, Tom, obviously, I'm not having to help with homework. Oh will spend quality time with the kids that are use it productively. So I met a tight more. I listen to audio books on to strategize. More. I even playing holidays in the school holidays while I'm away has got that extra time I'm able to utilize. Lies in and manage my time effectively. So in short when you traveling. It's not glamorous, I get asked all the time. You got to amazing places, and I have a very grateful. The fact that a being two places will ever central and South America and Asia in Europe. And I wouldn't I wouldn't take it back for the world. Obviously, we are who we are. Because of the experiences, we get and the traveling builds great experiences, and you learn a lot from different cultures different people different countries. And I'm very grateful for that. And and about again, those trouble for business understand exactly where I'm coming from. It's not as glamorous as people think it is what you make of it that makes the difference. And of course, I love the gift of giving. I was make sure I come back with a gift that means something to my family something that puts a small on their face. And I obviously used the time to make sure that they understand. Why did he's traveling and why he's away and and the purpose of it. All I. I would rather be at home business secrets about that. But of course, it is what it is in the business that I operate in an industry that I work in requires me to travel rather than make excuses for it. Make sure that I communicate that to the family, and especially children to them to stand. Exactly why dead. He's away why he traveled and exactly what's expected of him when I do travel. So for those of us the question and has been many that have asked the question of of what it's like to be traveling a lot. And what do I do a hapless flesh cost is help you? It's not as glamorous as it sounds, but yet to negative into a positive of of tapped into the months where a believe everything revolves around and those things that used irritate me and now thrive on and it's another example of why it's all about how we program minds so hype this is helped people in many ways than just hearing about troubles. Thank you. I encourage you to be the Bissett. You can you've been listening to flesh cast PDP and tunics time take.

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Rant: Kicking Against the Pricks - Dave Woodward - FHR #306

FunnelHacker Radio

09:27 min | 2 years ago

Rant: Kicking Against the Pricks - Dave Woodward - FHR #306

"Welcome to funnel hacker radio podcast, where we go behind the scenes and uncovered the tactics and strategies top entrepreneurs are using to make more sales dominate their markets and how you can get those same results. Here's your host date. Woodward, Artie, buddy, welcome back to new year. Welcome back on radio, and this is going to be somewhat of a ramp. So. This actually comes from a Greek proverb, and it's also found in the New Testament as I was doing some study recently in this is one of those things where I'm kind of amazed at what happens in business and the frustration that happens when people don't get their way. So without disclosing names or anything else. I just to kind of talk through the concept and the principle that takes place when there's so many people I run across these days who get frustrated things aren't working the way, they want them to work, and they take no responsibility for things in their own life, and basically point the finger and tear down everybody else around them. So. The story basically or this proverb comes to greet progress and says it's hard for you to kick against the pricks. And I want to give some clarifications far as what the term means. And how all this done. So. Basically in New Testament period time in old agricultural times and Osgood was a stick and had appointed piece of iron on it. And it was used to prod the oxen along when they were ploughing now, the farmer would prick the animal or the steer Bissett can get them going in the right directions. But sometimes the animal would rebel and would really kick out against the prick and doing that. What happens it would actually result in that prick being driven even further into its flesh innocence, the more the ox rebelled the more that it suffered. So when Jesus was on the roads in masks came across Saul guys out there, who's frustrated with the whole Christian movement and was fighting against them and tearing them down, and basically what it ends up saying here the second. Second the King James version bible says so the apostle Paul that notice all was on his way to Damascus to persecute Christians when he had a blinding encounter with Jesus. Luke records event says and when we were all falling to the earth. I heard a boy speaking to me and saying in the Hebrew tongue Saul Saul why persecutors down me it is hard for the to kick against the pricks. Understand these pricks are referred to as goads. And it's one of the things we find happens quite a bit these days when people will get frustrated don't get their way. And instead of coming up with a solution. They kick against what actually is helping them. And I find it somewhat fascinating these days that when a person is being directed in given coaching advice given. Correction as far as where to go. They actually fight against it. And obviously, you don't know what you're doing. What you're saying? You're not right. Can't be that way. That's too hard. And so what I find is those people who are actually reaching out for help. Sometimes instead of taking the advice taking the coaching. That is needed. They go totally against rebel against it. Blast all over Facebook. This is lies scam. Whatever it might be. And at the same time. There are literally hundreds of people if not thousands of people who are having success because they're taking that coaching. They're taking that advice and instead of kicking against it, even though it might be painful, it might hurt. They actually take the advice. They go forward. They do what's needed. And by doing what's needed? They get the results they want now understand anytime person is trying to get results in their life. They never get speaking for myself. It never comes as fast as I want because you'd be no I've been trying to get in shape physically here. And oh my gosh. It is painful, and I I have the option if I want to kick against my my trainer and say, it doesn't work. It's not right or I can basically take his advice. I can take it. Take his coaching and suffer through the pain to get the results that I want. We see the same thing happened in business. See the same thing happened in other parts of life to just understand frequently. There are those people who will point out the problems never providing a solution. But just point out the problem, and then try to get as many other people behind them as possible to basically try to de rail or take down those people who are doing everything they possibly can to make things right? I just hope as you take a look at this new year. You take a look at some of the directions that you're going where you're wanting to go that as you take a look at it and say all right, who am I going to hire as my coach who am I going to hire as the person who's going to get me to the goal that I want and then my willing to actually take that advice and my willing to. To take the correction in my life. Even though it may not be what I want. But I know that long term that's the direction I want to go. Otherwise, what you find. Is you start kicking against the pricks or those goads and the pain becomes greater you don't get what you want. And then you basically start pointing the finger of blame and the finger of scorn and everybody else saying it's their fault that I'm not having success. It doesn't work because of this realized that in life ending business and everything that you do it is sometimes going to be painful to get what it is long-term that you want out of life. It probably may not happen as fast as you want it to happen. It may not come in the way that you were hoping that it would it may be someone else who actually gets introduced you later in your life. And they're the person who ends up getting to where you want the whole idea here is I is I'm taking my own life. And at the beginning of this new year. I'm always trying to find out who do I want to hire a coach this year. And what does the vice and what does the pain may be willing to go through? To get the results that I'm wanting. So for me, I think a lot of guys. No, I've been working with Jared Robbins in the past and I've loved everything with him. And I'm looking at working with a couple of other business coaches during this next year again looking at continuing along the lines as far as physical standpoint wanted things I hate is cardio. And yet, I know I have to do it. So. Actually, working with Erica guy. I've been training with your telling me on the cardio aspect holding me accountable to doing my cardio because I hate it. And I literally kick against it all the time. And the only thing that happens is I get more winded. I don't have the straight that I want and realized that if I would just go out and do the work and stop the complaining stop the moaning, but just do the work as painful as may be actually we'll get the reward I want and may not come tomorrow. I may not be running a sub six minute miler by tomorrow. But by putting forth, the effort, I actually will be able to to get a great result in and get to the level I want. So my reason to mention this is to find out for yourself as you do your own inventory the end of the year and you start looking forward. Find out my the type of person who kicks against the pricks or the type person who says, you know, what even though that may be painful. I'm to take the advice. I'm to go forward and implement instead of complaining, and pointing the finger scorn and blame it everybody else. Take responsibility for my own life. Take responsibile. And actually make the changes that I want this year. So get it's kind of a different podcast. And I normally give. It's been one of those things on my mind quite a bit as I've talked to some people who are frustrating complained. They didn't get the results they wanted in two thousand eighteen and it's everybody else's fault. But their own. Typically, not the case. It's why love reading scriptures. I tends to kind of bring me back to home and realizing that there's a greater control of greater power involved in my life. And if I stop fighting against the hand of his trying to mold me in craft me and to get to the point where I know I need to be things magically happen. It just takes a little long typically want it. So have an amazing year. I get and hopefully this podcast is a value to you. Please share it. If it's not a value out of know, what you wanna do with it. Anyways, just know that again, I'm excited for two thousand nine hundred nine we've got some amazing fun exciting things happening here. Click funnels can't wait till y'all about it. Looking forward to bring it on a bunch of fun. New guests this year and want to say, thank you just reach out and say, thanks so much for those guys who listen, I appreciate your time and your effort, those of you guys reach out and provide me feedback. I greatly. Appreciate read all the comments all the reviews. So please go right and review it on I tunes, and let me know what you think having. Amazing year. And just remember, you're just one funnel away. Truly argest once on a lane. Everybody. Thank you so much for taking the time to listen to podcasts. If you don't mind could you please share this with others rate review, this podcast on itunes means the world to me where I'm trying to get to as a million downloads here in the next few months and just crushed through over six hundred fifty thousand and I just want to get the next few hundred thousand so we can get to a million downloads and see really what I can do to help improve and gift this out some more people at the same time. If there's a topic there's something you'd like to share or someone like me to interview. Well, just reach out to me on Facebook. You can PM me and more happy to take any of your feedback as well as he'll be like many of you are more than happy to reach out. And have that conversation with yourself again, go to I tunes in review this share this podcast with others. And let me know how else I can improve this or what I can do to make this better for you guys. Thanks.

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Everything You Need To Know About Stargirl 2

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Everything You Need To Know About Stargirl 2

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Preciso fazer algo resolver mais problemas do que algo precisa ser feito

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Escaping the Bondage  Interview with Lucinda Coblentz  Part 1

Kingdom Mom

30:05 min | 2 years ago

Escaping the Bondage Interview with Lucinda Coblentz Part 1

"Welcome to the kingdom. Mom podcast. I'm your host Lindsay. Anderson, founder of hoping homeschool dot com and the kingdom mom coaching community here at king demaim. We grow together in identity marriage, parenting, home-and-away meant. And in our finances, we invite you to join our community, even if you're not a home schooler, go to hope in homeschool dot com and click kingdom mom coaching. You can also join our tribe of mom binder masters by taking our free ultimate mom, binder, video course, is absolutely free. And you can learn how hundreds of moms have taken back their territory by turning their homes into a sanctuary. Are you ready to take back your territory kingdom? Let's begin. Hey, king demaim welcome back to another episode of kingdom podcast. I am so frigging excited for this series that we're getting into. We are going to be interviewing the amazing Lucinda Koblenz. And if you don't know, Lucinda, she is an amazing mom with an amazing story, she grew up, Amish and actually escaped, her Amish community when she was seventeen years old today. We're going to learn a little bit about her story, and we're actually going to be doing an entire series with Lucinda where we're gonna be talking about overcoming trauma. We're going to be talking about how to overcome that programming that happens to us when we were kids, how that translates into our marriage, and our parenting. I'm so excited for you to meet Lucy. Also, she is going to be joining our mom binder masters Facebook group to QNA. So if you have extra questions after some of these episodes, make sure that you join our mom binder masters group on Facebook. It's an absolutely free group that you can be a part of if you are a part of our mom binder course. But. Lucie is going to be in there doing alive QNA with us to answer all of your burning questions so excited. I really hope you enjoyed this episode. Hey, so we are here today with Lucinda Koblenz. She goes by Lucy, so Lucy, thank you so much for joining us here today. I'm so honored that you are a guest here Kingdom, I was hoping that you would just start you have an an amazing, overcoming story. And so I'm wondering if you could maybe just start by knish sharing with us just introduce yourself to everybody. Tell us little bit about your family, and kinda where your story begins. Thanks. He. So, yeah, I, I grew up in an Amish home and at the age at seventeen I left home, and that's really where my journey began as far as like I ending outs. Finding my so discovering, just everything, you know, I had actually my sister Nye had talked about leading for two years prior to me leaving, there was a. Defining incident happens when I was fifteen that made me make that decision that I was going to leave. I had I thought about a lot of my out there when I was thirteen I really started looking into what would it take to leave? I had only been in the eighth grade education, as far as that's the traditional. System that he Amish communities is going the eighth grade. But just equivalent of each leonine, incense, strayed slow and education. So, and I decided when I was thirteen I really wanted to. But I struggled so much with Illingworth gilts condemnation of even thinking about me because I have been taught that, you know, I would go to hell if I did. I was always the big thing for me. I would go to hell. If I let in. So there was there was a, a lot of things that were dysfunctional in my family. And there was a lot of anger. And so when I was fifteen was something that happened that I decided we're sure I was willing to leave and really started seriously talking about it. We had no idea how we would do it. I didn't know how would provide for myself, I had no experience other than I grew up in a bakery. We had a dairy farm, so hasn't by spills in that way. But I had absolutely no social skills. No people feel, I didn't speak English Louis until I was thirteen and said it was a big language barrier for me to think of even transitioning to the outside world, and the outside world when you're in a closed, very sheltered environments, the outside world was protrayed at something really, really scary. The big monster. You know that would just eat you up. And he went, no, what was going to happen, and all the bad things that happen happen in the world, and they were going to happen to me. You know, when I left that there was a lot of fear on so much in certain teeth, but I made a decision that I had by now in that I didn't have any more to life than what I had when I t night, I knew that I did not want that life either. And I kinda just hardened myself at that point thought you know, if I go to how I wonder if it'll be any worse than what it is now. So that was yeah. That was my initial way of thinking. That's how I can miss myself that I could. So then I, I did I left one of seventeen and. It was curious thing I've ever done in my life. It was it was really traumatic, you know, the actual beading van was really traumatic. So there was actually we ran away much notes. And if ound us, and they came the goddess the church ministers. My parents everyone everyone that wasn't imitating to us. So the human dot my sister, and I went back home and it was just it was just awful. It was just really horrible roof in house arrest plans being made on afterwards for us to be sent to a home for trouble girls that are prevalent in Amish communities, and they are, you know, they're private most of the with isn't known about these places but they really take you there in its brainwashing technique into give you that. That you need to stay, and that's when you get to these places when you start questioning religion. So they were making plans to send us and I honest, not out of that. And so we really literally escaped just before that happened. I'm second, I can't even imagine that we not made a decision to just run on day where I would be today. So, so then what happened? Once you guys got out so union sister together. Like you said, you have this language barrier. No people skills whatsoever. So what was like step one after you actually got out? So we got out we had. An amazing person who I think was an angel got together, people bats purchased west tickets. Where is so we wanted to get away as far as we could? And this person also had inactions with someone else from another state and flung story short. We were connected to family had a single trailer on okapi that was the they were looking into the out or they was available. So they bought a stick as we went to day this, in their home in their rental. And then just from there went to, you know, we found on jobs in the community. So we left we had, we had to close that we were wearing that was it and not just, you know, I understand now that, when you don't have the resources there's always a way to get resources. However, we had no skill. To acquire resources. So it was really rough time. I really rocky time of being able to find a job and provide financially while we were struggling all of these emotional things that happened trying to process all of that. At the same time it was just really over Wyoming, sometimes hearts at that time hearing that aren't just a Lert and buy it was just as incredible. We have this you know this was a long time ago now. But. Looking back it was like it's, you know it feels like a different by. It was just feel surreal. I am so grateful that we did not, I'm so grateful that I have never regretted it. How many years ago, did you leave the Amish community? It was eighteen and a half years ago, eighteen and a half years. While and can you kind of tell our audience what, what is your life like? Now, how would you describe your life now, and then I'd love to go back and kind of fill in the space of how you even got to where you are now from when you left the community? Absolutely. So I am now married to man, literally sent and I'm just so and on. At the person that EM. And children. My life right now. I have I'm gonna place where I just still great. Just for everything for the bad the ugly because all of it has made me gotten to where I am. So. I have absolutely nothing to be ungrateful for. And I just I choose that every day and shoes that and I look at where I came from, and I appreciate the freedom that I have my husband and I aren't business together. So we have so many blessings in freedoms that we than to have just because the, the, the work that we've done in, you know, the hard work that we've done to to get here. We continue to do, but I had I didn't have any dreams really as a child. I just had a dream to. I mean, I had drinks. Okay, james. I didn't dream my life to be the way that is, is much better than I ever seen. I'm so. I feel like I'm able to take what was good in my life and apply to my life now. So I'm able to look at the full picture. And the okay. All of its I'm getting there. I'm getting that one relationship in time. But I have. Yeah, I'm more just I'm good with where I'm at. And I'm so grateful. So basically, I mean, you went from leaving the Amish community with literally, no people skills, language barrier too fast forward. Eighteen years later, you're married, you have three kids, you and your husband are business owners and life is completely different. But I it didn't just automatically get there. I'm guessing there were probably some hurdles that you had to overcome. Can you tell us what some of those hurdles were? Yeah, that's the south. Oh my gosh. There was a lot eighteen years worth it hurdle. Billy, so I would say that I had I had a mindset before left, and after I left that I can recognize now and it was something that was a, I would describe, as I just never settled. I was just Naggar. Okay with being mediocre, and I was like it was is in just key things that I appreciated about them. But then I was always taking inventory of things that, that I wanted to difference in things that I wanna do better in. So one of the things that I've always done in this was before I left. And I think that's really even what gave me that. Curiosity or that understanding that they that was something else that there was a different life was the I, I read I read everything that I could get my hands on. And I just always research it was always researching, I still do that today. So, of course, I I. Kimes. No, I can't use my savior and this actually happened before I left now is a big part of the reason why I had her age to do when I did. But my relationship with him rear drastically after I left. There is nothing holding me back on my style anymore. And so, I just read in, in red, I would see something, and I would just something withstand to, I would research side. So I was always looking for ways to heal. I was looking for ways to not the angry and not not resentful. I had I really had a desire to not a hateful, I in, I didn't want to be resentful and bitter because I saw that in my life, and I saw a did. And I didn't run that. And so in some ways I didn't know how to cope with all of the trauma. However, I just decided that I was going to be happy. I was going to be happy and I get to choose if I wanna be happy, so throughout my life, I've done a lot of work. I've done. Personal development training. Not inner healing things. I I'm actually doing something right now. And that's something that I feel like I'm going to be doing for the rest of my life, and not just because of where I came from what I went through that I just think that every human being has, you know, goes with things in our life, that hurt us that do rail s in, we can always use healing Britain always use things like that. But though, I know that I will be doing that for the rest of my life and getting stronger and better emotionally. But what I've done is I just been very intentional about things that I allow myself to listen to. I'm very intentional about time with. I have amazing friends celebrate before. So I was in the last five years, especially after six years. I've been really catapulted forward a lot about quicker emotionally and spiritually in healing process. So I would say that, I just I just leave a have been gotta have faith in him as my savior that, that Oslo. And I think that we. You know, we were all given that activate and sometimes we lose it, and I, I admit I've lost it, but I I found it again. So, yeah, I just have always searched for healing. I've always pursued that at the bible tells us to pursue wisdom chase after it in different passages in so that, that was something that I literally I did that. I just. Okay. So we are definitely going to dig into this whole coping or learning how to cope with a traumatic past. We're gonna dive into that a little bit more in an upcoming episode. But I'm wondering if we could maybe kind of a backtrack, just a little bit because you mentioned something, and I don't want us to Bissett. You said that you actually accepted Jesus before you left, the Amish community in that is what gave you the courage to leave. Can you kind of go into that a little bit more? Tell us a little bit more about that story. Sure. I'm so growing up our unity believed in the bible is what we were. We were Christians. We didn't call our suspicions that not how the world was see what it believe. Now. However, we were nine we were actually discouraged to read the bible on her. Own and so growing up in my community are a my wrestling. This was German, so our bibles, rinse lis-. I learned even learned to read and write in German and Smith is a dialect of German. So as a spoken which not a written language, so irate linkage with German, and although I could read it and had been writing it, it was very different dialects. I didn't always understand everything it was kind of, like, I don't know, if he can think of another language where there's lots of is out where you can read it like I can read some Hebrew, but I don't understand exactly everything I reading that. I. When when I was thirteen my family moved to a new Amish unity, and it was exciting and sat in time, but I went to a different slow and in the foil, their education was Lamar dance in they taught English lower intentionally. So that's what I really learned have a conversation English. Comfortably. And at that time, we were in a community that was close to a non Amish community, and they would have something that they called tents meeting sin every summer, they would have these champions, and it was just a they had tents up. They had this little old kind of looking shot, and they would just this church with go there and preach the gospel and invite the exception in their heart. Well, we weren't supposed to be there. But my sister night, somehow I don't know how did it. But we, we went and a with some friends, and I remember this was my ever hearing the planet's ovation. So I was so excited housing really. And they were reading the bible right, like where we believe in the bible. They weren't this was not a false religion, reading the bible, I want it. Skipped forward so bad. But I didn't I was raised I stayed on my seat where we're sitting in the back row. And we went home with later. I'm doing laundry, everyone else's out of the house in I just had this heavy burden on my shoulders. And I just knew was so tired of carrying that. When something a happened when I was five is, actually, I'm gonna backtrack a little bit just to get more reference that, that when. Five years old or years olds, that my oldest brother at a farming accident. And he was he had his right hand cut off. And it was very traumatic. You know he having yeah, it was really scary. And so he went to the hospital when he came home after. About a week or so. I just remember we were sitting around the table eating dinner and my dad said to him that, that happened you because you're rebellious, and like that, that has a huge impact on these. I from there on I thought, okay? God is kinda sure. And he's just he doesn't pay any attention to you, unless you really messed up. And then he's been punish you in that, that's just how I saw he was I tried so hard to be good. And that was kind of the. How do I describe it? That was what our core belief wise, is that we would work workspace, we which beginning everything has good as possibly can and just hope not on judgment day. He wished decide at it was good in that. And so I try so hard. And here I am you know, I have three year old daughter, and I'm thinking, you know, she so impressionable and. Not left section imprint on me, and I started to carry this killed in this condemnation. And so the majority of my childhood was riddled with that pressure with that kind of action and just the overwhelming sense that I would never get enough. And so, I had I would every night if while that. I would have to tell all my brothers sisters, and I have four team. Two of at one time, but I would have to go and tell them, I'm sorry. I did anything wrong to you today because I was so good asleep and die or. Something would happen in I get a chance to say I was sorry. And if I didn't say, I was sorry, I would go to hell. So as a kid, I carry that with me. So when I was fifteen I heard that message I had for the percent. I had hope hope that never not before it. So a few days later, I'm at home. And I have this Ferdinand of big. I'm just gonna try it. I'm just try talking to God. I have never talked to give. So I try to repeat, what I had heard them after can't meeting and. I just know it's not bad crave the prayer this like that burden lifted immediately. It was just really insane. But it was so. It was amazing. Experience for me that I knew it was real like I'd knew it was real. So. My I stopped having the nightmares that I had the time. I was you know, if I have that nightmare ever again and it was just. Man I'm choking up talking about this. It was just. Hope that, you know, that anything is possible, and that he is not very guy that I was told he was. And of course, I had to work through layers as ears, I, but that was such a defining moment for me. I didn't tell anyone for awhile, and then I did end up telling my sister, and she was happy for me. She didn't really get what I was saying is like cool. You know. That's good. So I waited for two years. Supply told my parents, and I was so afraid to tell them, but I also about healt- heap, keeping a secret from them, because, you know, you don't keep secrets from your cats and I felt guilty for keeping cigarettes. I told them and then I wish I hadn't my dad just crushed me. You know it was. That's not real that doesn't really happen. Like you're just you're just great at imagining. Just all of this things that just crushed main had told him because I had to, you know, real back from that. But. I started to talk to him and I found an English Bible in my dad's a cabinet. I didn't even know he had until that point ground English final, and I started reading because I understood that better than the German, and so. I would take it when he wasn't, you know, when he doesn't know and I've put it back. So you never knew I check it. And I was so like. It was like literally. My food like you know, get hungry for. That was that was it? So. Every single day, every single day, Finally, I actually went, you know, went to book store, one time when I was in town with a friend. I look to find my own English Bible in on Wednesday. I didn't have any i-it. So I don't know. At some point somebody gave me an English. This was, this was probably a year more after that, the so I started reading, and then as it came closer, of course, when I was reading I started off to questions like, this is what the bible says, you know, I was said to my dad, I got more bold and question, you're not encouraged to ask questions, backed you show. Yes questions. So I just became more than I started asking questions that was frustrating when you start questioning they kind of put. They watched. You watch your threats on this start to monitor everything you do. And so I ended up getting in trouble for reading my bible. And I was told that I'm not to read it with our outs. Somebody reading it to me that they can tell me what it means. And some I literally at night after everyone was in bed. My dad was step outside the house to see our, our bedroom. Light was still on and was on you come up the shovel. So I read with a flashlight under my governor's. Just the bible. I wasn't reading anything else. I didn't have any other books, so yeah, I just I found. That's what my life was. That's how I survi-. Lucy. This story is so incredibly powerful I think I'd goosebumps for like fifty percent of the time you've been talking here. This is amazing. Okay. So we are definitely we're gonna be diving into because I think that even though you know, a lot of the listeners didn't grow up Amish a, you know, a lot of people grew up with, you know, some kind of messed up, theology and some, some really, like religious kind of programming and trauma. Like you said, like, I'm gonna say can't imagine going through the trauma of having your hand, you know, amputated in then being being basically, told that it was your fault because you're a bad person. And so we're going to talk about, you, overcoming, that trauma and overcoming that programming. And then it in future episodes. Here were also talking about. Because Lucy also is, you know, a mother of three and she's actually a lot of people don't know, this, but Lucius one who encouraged me to actually look into this whole mom coaching thing. She's actually, the reason why I actually hired my first mom coach. And so, because, you know, a lot of us were trying to raise kids right now. And we have all of the stuff that happened to us in our childhoods that we have to overcome before we can be the kind of parent that we want to be. So I wanna thank you all for tuning into this episode and Lucy's going to be back with us in the next episode. We're going to be talking about, you know, kind of overcoming that programming and coping with trauma. So thank you so much for joining us today. Lizzie. Thank you. We hope you enjoyed this episode of the kingdom podcast, don't forget to head on over to hope and homeschool dot com and click kingdom. Mom coaching to join our community of kingdoms. You can also check out the free ultimate mom binder video course. We'll see you next time king. Demaim.

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Ep. 481 - Trent365! - Brand Equity of Hotel Spas - Martin Lindstrom - Part VII

Trent365

04:52 min | 2 years ago

Ep. 481 - Trent365! - Brand Equity of Hotel Spas - Martin Lindstrom - Part VII

"Today. Four hundred ninety one of hundred sixty five I chat with brand guru Martin Lindstrom to get his thoughts on the spire of tomorrow. From a brand perspective. We also talk about the idea of the brand equity of spouse, and how he thinks we actually don't have a lot much like many of the hotels in which we operate. One of the things that that I'm kind of big onto the the hotel Spar tomorrow is maybe only twenty percent of what the hotel spires today. And in that sense. The other eighty percent might be wellness in some hotels might be nothing related to wellness might be more functional benefits and things like a business centimeter corporate lounge meets of beauty salon will something along those lines. I guess my question is really with that. Is it possible to have a brand because right now spa most people know, what hotel spires, they pretty much know what they're gonna find. When they go into a hotel spa. Can we still have the sort of brand recognition? We have today for hotel spas. If in the future there eighty percent, different everywhere, you go the spine Nick store in the other hotel could have only twenty percent of the same things that you have. Vegetable. And I don't think a lot of hotels would shooting recognize from having acing spa caused as a handful of too. But I think I can punt hotels where clearly Sadie Benning thing the second. Of course, you as an expert with David to porn out of fishes would say the normal. Guests at a hotel would probably find is. And because offerings a so good bodily because offerings m I think already not considered really heavily weighted brand hoochie added Suzy the holds of the causes nuts the same offering. Do think that certain hotels need to be better at proceed himself when you think about hotels, chilly position themselves, unique weight is very few of not you can take staffing in Vienna. Austria was his well known as chocolate cake. Very clear can take the peninsula. Telling Hong Kong was his well known for the afternoon. Okay. Very clear opposition take the hotel. Memphis. Tennessee was one over incidents in the but they might Christie's. How many of the hotels, can you mentioned which really stands up in one of those is scientists having obeyed Obita hide stick of what they have. The treaty. That's a very little differentiation. Hotels in the reason. Why is because people are not necessarily willing to it or even worse menace consumers of watered-down everage of narrates model, and so what I'm saying to you is. Yes, when is cancelled, but it can only stand on its Volta got tire minded, and that means every touch on in the hotel live, the concept Willis that is not good to hotel, which is all about ejected aches and headaches drinking. And then you go into the row was all about wellness than we want to be the best wellness that does not work either. You hunt in debt as you're not any HAMAs. And I think you can kill north face. If you really smart, but I do think that owner supercars you to really Bissett and truly invest or that means you need to have a hustle Nick saw. Emits you have to have. Dr some socks means unique to have the basics in the words, every take for example, a hotel like she was in China of those weight and all that stuff. Yes. They do have these experiment on site in coastal to go there, and that should almost on a much really interested needs besides affected. They're renovating. It's been crappy hotel. I mean, the the rooms are not very nice the site is down of cheaper still pay fifteen hundred two thousand dollars at night to say, they're basically just eat a little bit of food and a good of infiltrated of losing rate. So what I'm saying? So is real quiet and talks a lot of two years would shoot a focus on that.

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Tampons: That Bloody Sales Tax

The Indicator from Planet Money

09:18 min | 2 years ago

Tampons: That Bloody Sales Tax

"Constanza Gherardo hazy what's going on? So stacey. Yeah. In spanish. We have this phrase. It's maybe this will give the government's inch in English is got a Bissett from an days the one that comes every month, which is really creepy. Wait is this like a visit from your aunt Flo. Excepts in Spanish, aunt, Flo. Is a man. Yes. Yeah. We do. Who would I is? Or why we did that somebody is pissed at Andrea. Exactly, exactly. But anyway, so flow in a man fellow. Yeah. Was looking visit from an flow. Yep. You're period your period. Yeah. Actually, there is no reason for us to be squeamish. Right. I mean, literally more than half the planet deals with it for like forty years of their lives. Yeah. And of course, you know, to deal with our very natural friend on race, we need equipments. Right. You got to have tampons and pads and menstrual cups or other things to like get through the day and tampons are lot. It's like ten bucks. Twelve bucks for a box of twenty. And here's the thing. These products are subject to sales tax, which might not sound like a big thing. You know, we pay sex for other things as well. But many products similar to Tampa or health related items have a medical exception things like dandruff shampoo, aspirin foot powder. And. Condoms? And so, you know, understandably a lot of people say that's not fair if you're going to give condoms and aspirin and put powder tax exemption camp on should have tax exemption to this is the indicator from planet money. I'm Stacey Smith, and I'm going to do today on the show ending the tampon tax. How much does it cost women, and what is the cost to ending? This message comes from NPR sponsor male champ. Male champ does so much more than Email. They've outgrown their name with automation, ad campaigns and audience management mail chimp. Get help your business outgrow its name to not just male male chimp. Support also comes from ADT, America's trusted home security company can help protect you against break ins fires and carbon monoxide twenty four seven emergency response when you needed most more at a BT dot com. Sales tax most people in this country pay sales tax on most of the things they buy it's a big source of state revenue has been ever since the great depression and each state, of course, chooses what it sales tax will be and some of the products that will have a sales tax some items like food or water that are seen as necessary to survival are not subject to this tax prescription. And on prescription drugs are also exempt medicines like aspirin dayquil or biogra- also medical equipment and supplies which can be things like chapstick or goss- chapstick is tax exempt. Yep. That's interesting. But you know, Constanza what does not fall into the medical supply category in many states. Most states tampons ham bonds, also pads and cups in all of the menstrual hygiene products, and this is where the term tampon tax began. This is a matter of personal health and also Polk health really I and yet because it's a women's health issue. It is. Is instantly politicized? That's so southen back in two thousand sixteen. She filed a lawsuit in New York to eliminate the sales tax on metro products Zoe Saltzman and her team argued these products are necessary for women and the should be tax exempt, then the remedial supplies, which are defined as supplies using the cure mitigation treatment or prevention of illnesses or disease again, that's really broad and one example, the department of tax gave was things like bandages, GAAS and dressings. And so those are Ida GMs that are used to staunch the flow of blood from the human body and tampons and pads as well as cups and panty liners. Those are used to staunch the flow of blood from the uterus. So again, clearly these items have to fit within that definition Zoe made her case and the New York legislature took notice and in fact, passed a Bill back in two thousand sixteen to exempt feminine products in New York from sales tax. So that extra cost here. New York stands up. We do not pay it. Anymore? Yeah. But many other women in other states do pay it and overtime that cost at sup. And study published this year by the American college of up STA traditions and gynecologists found that two out of three low income women in the US couldn't afford metro products at least once a year and nearly half of them struggle to buy both food and Michaud hygiene products over the last year where you really are budgeting down to the dollar every month that makes a big difference. Those women also tend to buy these products in smaller sizes and smaller packages and in places like convenience stores where the prices are usually higher. So all of that compounds to really make really direct impact on their budget and women in the US have a higher poverty rate than men, but according to the census bureau and eleven percent of single mother households live in poverty as well. Zoe Saltzman says eliminating the sales tax on Tamil and other minstrel products can actually really help these women. In fact there. Economic research that the tax break on tap owns really benefits, low income people that's based on consumer data after New Jersey's tampon tax was repealed back in two thousand and five research showed that by eliminating the tax in made products cheaper and more accessible to lower income women, but some people say the tampon tax needs to stay. But in general, I think that the sales tax is really one of the best ways for a state to raise revenue this Nicole kaeding, the vice president of federal projects at the tax foundation think tank that studies tax policy. She says picking and choosing products to be taxed or not tax is problematic for a lot of reasons. First of all, it can mean less money for states. They won't have enough money to fund public policies or the programs. They want to fund, and it can also mean that states have to increase other types of taxes to get that funding back. So if the sales tax applies to fewer products, the sales tax on the products that are left goes up, Nicole things an easy way to fix this issue is by having a sales tax on everything. No exemptions. Which by the way that can lower the overall tax rate for every product including tampons. So when you start moving into these this world of exemptions you start adding complexity because you have to define what is an is not a qualified good under the exemption. You know, in my view, a state would be much better off to have a broad sales tax that applies to all final consumption you avoid these sorts of, you know, picking between different product classes, it would make for a much more efficient sales tax back into sixteen California governor Jerry Brown beat ODA Bill that plan to eliminate the state's tampon tax. He argued that by not taxing Michelle products, California could lose up to twenty million dollars in annual taxes. And the governor has a point here in New York where we eliminated attacks tax on minstrel products. We're losing about fourteen million dollars a year in Las tax revenue. Of course, this isn't. Just an economic issue. It's a political issue too. And it is one that seems to be getting a lot of traction last year, for example, Nevada voted to make minstrel products tax exempt, Nicole also expects more states to push for legislation impasse bills. That would repeal the tampons access here. Like, Michigan, Georgia and Ohio. And of course, California is looking at the issue yet again Andres is coming to town. You better watch for today's. He is the worst. It'll get there will be blood. And if you wanna look at what states do tax tampons or not you can go to our website at NPR that org slash money or Instagram at plenty money. And of course, our Twitter at the indicator. Today's episode of the indicator was produced by you Constanza guy. Ardo our editor is fatty hers. Our internet fact checker is will Rueben and the indicator is a production of NPR. This season on invisible. You should we empathize with our enemies from Oregon in guy is it, okay? To have machines control, our emotions, I should become creeped out. But at the same time lake will thank God. I live in this day and age, no, easy answers. Just the right questions invisible. You back on March eighth?

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Parenting Insights

FlashCast By PDB, With Phil Di Bella

09:57 min | 2 years ago

Parenting Insights

"Hi, you're listening to fill the Bella. And this is flesh cast by PD bay. You might get some background noise. As we sit here in beautiful Queenstown waterfalls in the background fireplace going glass of wine in my hand. And I've got the famous G G Jon dibella sitting right beside me. So she's also got a wine in a hand to guys. But we're gonna talk about something that will resonate with most people and that is the out of parenting. And of course, when experts except from the fact that we have two beautiful children that have turned eleven and nine ten thousand hours to be an expert. We've done FA share as I'm sure most have. But we get a lot of questions about parenting children how we got a bad it. And I'm going to do a bit of a Q. And I with obviously, my wife Jonna, and I'm sure she'll have some questions for me as well. So let's see where this takes us over the next seven to nine minutes keeping in the spirit of flash Kaas being under ten minutes. So first thing John. Welcome. Hi, everyone. Thanks again for having me on the show. Listen, your your the biggest hit every time. We got you on the show. We get more. Download so you might have to call it. Jeez. Put Castro than PD bay. But and let's pop that one right there, right? Gee, tell me what is the most treasured thing about being a mom. I can still remember the first day I had on a cot in the hospital, and I laid on her, and it was at that moment that on a slave belt complaints as person. So the cat the gift of parenting by Donna chronology, have given me a sense of a connection with the biggest sense of myself, if that makes sense and tell me biggest joy that it's too. I think the wonderful thing about parenting is a lot of parents think that we're actually teaching out children something where in fact, the teaching us every day. So that's what I've got is the lessons. They've taught me. So in spirit of that. What is the number one lesson that comes to mind? And of course, this is all unscripted. So I'm far in questions at you quickly. What's the best? Listen, not the best. Listen, what is the lesson that comes to mind that they've taught you so far? One would have to be patients. Most definitely had to be patient when things not going to plan because we all have a plan about how we want things to be. And what it doesn't happen that swin yet at a dig in deep be most patient told me, your we talk a lot about values in business of this. We've worked closely for many years together, and we've done some awesome things together. So tell me about values we talk about values in business, but how important values and instilling those values into the wonderful children that we have. Valley's so important because they're fundamental to belief system that God abbey. Hey, yeah. They let us know the difference of what is right and wrong with us. And of course, everyone has a different value system. But it brings alignment also we have shed value with us. And that's I think how we pick out tribes in life is throughout values. So again Sigui into how important is children's running themselves with the right people and not just the right friends. But also, the families of friend. It's crucial that they Ceram cells with the right people because we're human beings with social animals. So who we have around us definitely influences who we are here we become so yet it's completely crucial but Atul will make their own decisions around to you. They choose to surround themselves and right now, it's job to teach them what's important to them. So that they make those decisions clearly for themselves down the try something. We talk about Oviously is leading by example. And and making sure that we provide an inclusive environment where it's not just about good behaviors. But it's also pointing out and calling people in bed behaviors, which is something that we talk a lot about you don't experience good with that understanding bed and you'll never experience bed that understanding good. So to me that were contained, and of course, we wish nothing but the best, but that wouldn't be ideal. And certainly doesn't breed resilience. I know that we have shared value. They where we talk about resilience in children and the best way to breed resilience is to expose them to all situations and scenarios and really coach them through really conversation with your children. I know that we both do that extremely well. Maybe sometimes too much, especially when my eleven year old daughter starts rolling or is. And and looks to you and says here we dead zone. A tangent as much as frustrating. It could be at times, it's quite cute because I do like to sit there and talk it out with them as you do to to really help point out to them. Not just a good, but the bad and one doesn't exist without the other. And it's something that obviously we really really hiding on. That resilience is is a key value in a key skill call, it that every person needs to make sure that they have tell me, you know, if if one thing stands out the most for you in terms of parenting. What is something that everybody must do when it comes to parenting. We always talk bad allowing kids to make mistakes. And and being I came with us. So sometimes especially a little boy is his very sensitive little individual. And when he feels he has failed. He really Bates himself up over so often conversations with him when he feels his failed is very much around. Well, forget the mistake. What was your intention and had it's what was your intention. And what did you learn from that intention whereabout mistake, moose stake? Is you first attempt in learning? And that works well for him to stop him from going from that negative mindset to more positive months where you can actually do something with the mistake. And isn't it amazing? When we point out mindset have Applebee's. I mean, just the other day what we've been away for a few days together on IKA obvious didn't have a really good night's sleep in a had a an exam the next. I, you know, we rang her to make sure she was like a and the first thing she said, I had a terrible, not sleep and yada, yada, yada, yada. It was negative negative. And it was one comment that said, well, how about we switch in focus on positive mindset have that we look at it and say what is really good about. What's happening right now switching Brian from a fixed mindset from negative mindset, positive mindset, and therefore it can bring out the best in your light of that after noon after speaking with her her exam went quite well, it's quite powerful. And and it's sometimes I think we as adults get caught up that these in-depth conversations of these in-depth philosophies that we might see it as only belong to the adults. When actually it's it's shaping the future of kids by having conversations at a young. Age by talking them through this by sharing our experiences with them because to me the best learning so that through wisdom, and I always say that wisdom comes with age and the Alderwood become the wiser we become but what good is that? If we're not sharing it with youth. And I think that one of the key takeaways all of us is to make sure that given any opportunity whether it's children or afri- children or any children that we can actually impact some of that wisdom at any level onto them. So that they can fast track they learning Jonah inclosing. And of course, as say keeping in the spirit of keeping all these undetected minutes, even we could talk for dice. Tell me what is something that makes you notice about parenting in the future. I would have to say the influence of social media on my children. You know, we're probably the first generation parents that have gone through where kids of nine nothing of and having an I find so the the influence at that plays is. Yes, it does worry me because we can't often shape all of their exposure. Now these days so Tomi and closing what tips would you say that people should have? And what should we have you and is of parenting children in terms of that? Well, like anything in life any situation that has to be Bandari. So we always apply those band Dreeze where children on allowed to have any technology during the week. I feel that at this stage in their lives social media channels to too much for them to handle. So that would be my two tips right now. No, social media and limited technology time during the week. Some good tips GD as usual, not only is a privilege of you on the show. It's obviously a privilege to compare with you because you're a wonderful mother, and you work so hard at it every time and children truly lucky to have you which is which is a blessing, ladies and gentlemen, or as a pleasure to bring to you topics that have come from the public this come up many times of it had John or parent children in the spirit of all good things bay the Bissett. You can be until next time. You've been listening to the Bella and Jonah Davila on flesh. Cast by PD. And that he's flash cast by PDB not just yet gee-gee flash cast season.

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Second Thursday of April 2021 Show Intro

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

05:53 min | 4 months ago

Second Thursday of April 2021 Show Intro

"If you're ready to travel again dulles international and reagan national airport's are working hard to help you have a safe and enjoyable journey. We've implemented health and safety measures like sanitizing more often and requiring face coverings and was shopping and dining options available in every concourse. You can enjoy a meal or grab a snack before you visit. Mwa dot com slash safety to learn more about our safety measures and see available concessions. How does it with baritone day is the podcast where we define the word citizen as a verb. But it's hard to citizen in a country that's so divided for season two. We're taking on that division by digging into our column because of wealth inequality is tearing us a puck. So where are the solution this season. We're going to find out. Listen to how to citizen with baritone day on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your pocket. Ladies and gentlemen is the beginning the dawning of a new day. This is a brand new situation. It's an opportunity so blessed all that hobbled. You won't look at it but get up and be glad that you up this morning. If you're on your way here from work be glad. I know you tired but at least you got a job to be tired at. Twenty twenty was rough but we still here. Thank you steve. Motor show owning cracking mass up steel washing hands. I'm all admitted. I don't wash my hands as butch. I'm really yeah. I don't shake his hand. 'cause i was washing hands at my house. I was so scared everytime i walked past. Boever i wash my hands because you know when it when the pandemic hit we didn't know nothing about it. I thought wolf on the bag. I wouldn't touch it now outside. I was skating. A wife wiping down my patio furniture. Scared to deal for me. We will go through but how y'all doing this morning bissett. Monica how you doing. Just wave at zoom kim include monica. Giving you gotta do it alone. All right. You sound good. Yeah you know mount. He's still out here in. La county early. Hannah blackouts added zoom right blackness. City lit up. It looked like. I'm so with bright but ain't nobody up here man say new york no sun city. La good man. Feeling good st steel rod half the versus to hang on a lot of y'all van i just just was such a and the more i think about a man because you know what i've been thinking about it in different terms of all the people in the world i will allow me to be the only one to sit between the eisley brothers and urban win five. That was the moment. I mean really mean i mean that's how i had to look at it. You know of all the people who could have been netto. God's grace man desert gave it to me war and you killed it purpose pseudo. What's iraq i had on the side of the hash. Shirley amethyst not an anthem amethyst. When i had to had made. I told her due to put that on the side on he said great. I am pretty natural stone. What is sure amethyst ahead on that tom. You know and you acted like you nailed it when you first talked about it. I want to tell you. What a friend of mine. Several cleveland when we come back and we'll be back in thirty two minutes after the hour. We'll also do ask the yellow right after this. You're listening to morning show with twenty four seven customer service and guaranteed repairs. Your progressive policy works the way. It's supposed to like this stressful meditation. Guide take a deep breath. Focus all the things you have to do it. Someone make the vet appointment yet. You don't know that feels like something you should know switch to progressive today. You of casualty. Insurance company and affiliates repairs through progressive. There were shots. Guaranteed for as long as you to leave your car. Yeah no i'm not okay. That's how i feel sometimes. And that's also the name of many podcasts from elliot's studios. I want whoever outlives me to be like. She didn't die a broken person. She killed herself addiction. Depression anxiety radical self love. Yeah no i'm not. Okay your new favorite podcast from elliot studios and meet diane gerardo. Listen to yes or no. I'm not okay on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts.

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On avoiding abusive language

Live and Learn

40:08 min | 4 months ago

On avoiding abusive language

"Welcome to live and learn podcasts. Season four in our four seasons we held discussions on hell will live and learn a company and encourage our community of growth mindset or how we respond to challenges of novel times with the help of soft skills twenty first century skills both on a personal and a professional scale with share our individual as well as science based experience in a warm and supportive environment. What can four seasons of live and learn. Podcast mean to you whether you're jogging commuting or spending your lizard. Time let appalled. Podcast be to your taste and music to your ears find yours. Here is our hi hello. Are you been doing lie. I'm used to saying good fine. It's not always the case. But that's what time used to doing a wartime use dual replying when people ause well. Are you fine are you. I'm just a little bit confused. How how many times do you use the word used. And how many times you use the word used to and now. I'm just a little bit about the misuse of the word. Use or overuse so relia- rela- her. That's not into into and overuse of the word in its own right and so i think this is immediately something we as users word users can start discussing just on the spot and this word the real that we use so much where all web internet users p. c. users whatever other things users so which means that we is there a synonym to us. It's something that we utilize and by the way it's curious and yes from mma layton to us was you t. Which later developed as the ozos from which we have user use and user but Also in modern english luke that we have utilized which is a bit different in meeting than us help us and usage which was always kind of pinpoint for me which wage because both of them are nouns. And how can you say the use of something or adjective usage or an or active or active news. So what's what's the difference maker that my very confusing roman. Yeah that's right and then also it makes me think of how we use words like Use and utilize the and also use with search benefit in in italian for instance where we have a as just used and the Which is also used was practical meaning but also was three year which is to draw benefit from something that you're using like us a some offers possibilities not missing a chance to do something that was three era. And it's like taking fruit of something that you use or else making a product that already exists the useful for you and then we have useful and have used less exactly so and then you have uselessly. And usefully use less nece. Yeah and then. All those beautiful graphics has come in so me as used and beuys ally. Goodness amuses completely different words. I mean like may completely different too because when we take us and ns suffix it gets useless when we add a prefix. it is may's use or abuse which is wrong us or bad use of some thing like sexual abuse or emotional abuse which brings us From just the electrical parts to communication part which we usually diskette usually is another word that we use on a daily basis. That's usually isn't dead and actually if you already made become action ba- phrases that would use when they become usual. They tend to be our culture right of communication so they end up. The usual cases become norm usual riot the use of abusive laxest on a usual basis and brains to verbal abuse from user to use. It might be useful information to consider. How can we utilize this can try and talk about the new words and phrases that are painful are abused but when they become a part of our you who's an old conversations and become in the world so don relieve toxic environmentally toxic relationship Were this mantle. Verbal abuse is seen as a portable norm in the conversations. So we can try thing how to deal with the verbal and be used and how to discolor and recognize. What is it. I know maybe try to formulate. It might be as well. A case to think about What kind of conversational intelligence do you. How do i have. What are the foundation which were forming. Our relationships restrictions. Were i chanted that my big topic. A i was thinking about How what used to be you usual. I'm saying there's some focused as we were kids. And what we are used or what. We used to hearing on a daily basis usually from our teachers from our parents from all strands like. Do you think you are the smartest in the rome which was meant to offend or two putu down. Yeah actually to say. Don't you dare think that you're so smart as to save this sort of stuff example or what type of phrases. Come to your mind when it comes to what teachers use to say usually that You get so much. Used to hearing those phrases i remember one of the weirdest saints got was an alarm back in. Weisgall was the phrase which was based on the insurance lay table game of the words so cyrillic alphabet starts was a and finishes was yacht which incidentally is be pronounced for i and therefore there was this game awards Y'all is they lost letter of the alphabet so every time you would say. I know i know or i would like to do this or i want to try and by may i. Yeah ken i and there was like an immediate response which was used as a part of being in rhyming. I is less larger of the alphabet and therefore away know your place your they lost on the first and That was kind of a very degrading as you sound. Distressing situation. They remember that time people would wipe kid's in school writing the kindergarten would like to show their down to show what they can do. Work dare actually do something that was. I'd harshly talk immediately. And i believe that the whole generation is now suffering from. I complex either. Become into a good cystic or being to morriston timid to say anything but starts with cy actually only grammar early London checks maya writing keeps on right keeps on adding i to my sentenced because i started down like hope to see next week or i didn't know i just started. The sentences bissett missing. Were die and seeing this as most repetitive mistake. From the point of year off fought in automatic algorithm but correct me that says a lot about how we we were raised and how we were treated mistreated and again who come to to the word use and abuse or Think about was a theme. That was misused and overused in in my childhood. Least but as it wasn't to me. Personally i heard it to everyone who ever say the word i the classroom. And you're absolutely right when you say that The whole generation even may be more than one Were mistreated and abused by this. I could only add to that that In my experience of working as an interpreter. I ocean found myself in situations. I had to translate this form of abuse mentioned by People raised in the ex-soviet union to trainers psychotherapists Consultants coming from other countries and trying to translate this. A had these two languages into which. I translated this. Which was english and italian. In the nicer witch i ora does not reflect this situation In russian or ukrainian and a as a translator or interpreter had tier also comment on this language issue. Because yeah i had to explain also as lay yarl's translation or interpreting that cyrillic alphabet. This is the word as well as a lantern that comes lost in the also bet and as in english intensive latter is more easily translatable. I is somewhere in the middle closer to the beginning Dan there is complete misunderstand. He's so why also the level of mentality intel and moreover it's not electorate to word and then when i saw finally land is standing in the iso shaw other language speakers who finally got what was happening in the mind and soul of a person who is telling about their experience of this kind they were mostly terry fried just thinking about how it could influence a person who's experienced that as a child repeatedly constantly. Now it's no telling. We want that. Someone mentioned that it's part of culture that is so dry agent can so abusive really. And i have maya name which is constituents of two letters which have very close to that. So i was always been raised. One of the lost a austin released says oh and again. Don't forget that it's not playing to four landrace To three lavers. Which makes it even further than you would ever imagine. These are the this praises can can luna royal off for intercultural communication ride so bear mostly in translate or sometimes are weren't translate in both but also thrilling partners thing to to to to sue the badran's and to feel the need how far actually the communication went from. I'm even forty to fifty sixty years ago and Derise the conversation will trainings conversational star decides. I think they're purity as well as hypic at the moment because people understand that emotional stability and we'll chanel awareness. You keanu embassy. They grow from the way we communicate. We the way we converged. And the way we call a beret basically. Nobody wants to be in this toxic environment. Most probably It's a nice way to build a wall from such communication but also what to be end up being departure. The problem goes we're talking to views. That's again the victims. Trae shen right so We're never person thinks that he or she was abused at there. Narrow was a dominant position and the victim. Physician right Yeah there is an abuser and there is a victim usually such situations when someone feels offended but now more and more often use abused rather than founded. And this what. I feel this challenge. Looks like is that instead of saying well. I feel offended problem can you. You feel founded zeal. Happy you feel sad whatever you feel. It's your emotional world as soon as we started using the word the term abuse and you say or someone says i feel abused. It proves responsibility. It's returns responsibility back to another person. Who's part of this conversation. Communication interaction and so on. So it's not only that a someone feels offended. It's only that someone else did something on purpose or not to Committed this act of appears y'all so there is this important shift in how we in which terms we Starts in her. We start naming these things that are happening. Because this is one of the situations in which terms gets really hind horton's even as a child remount feeling this difference between when i was just offended or trying because of my own emotional instability and when somebody what the something was really wrong towards me and then i would say care not dead. I'm abused in this situation. It's also important to feel this yod difference between feeling sad feeling And being abused as brisa where the question of fairness comes it's not fair to me or it's not fair a toll. I think frank from childhood. It's rolling board and to know your boundaries. Snow your your territory now your emotional stability. I mean this is actually an ongoing question in the education of how much the focus has shifted from not caring about what the children are thinking redoing. Because they're just children. The eighteenth century maintain century right like so maybe crime so into the progress notes. Leaving -cation has made toward Steam the emotions understanding that kids have violated emotions that we well the and this shift from hand of the family being the head of the family to the kid centric behavior. When when did the youngest kid becomes the head of the comment from your way that so i think this shaft has has and now basically i think what we here's won't be loggers being good mothers bad mother's Gruden off mother's immense chance to how wanderers seen like an eighteenth century trade. That was a person who had a lot of how by other people in she could go back to their routine. Know what what the kids are doing. Most of the day and down this is like in some countries and in some some layers to now the whole time and being totally connected motionless connected to enter. I seventy connected with all the situation. And i'll be an older grows but once i don't know why why were they come to this point what i wanted to make as an idea that i think the Marshall rosenbergs were among violent may degrade way forward into formulating and making focus on what we fail. Why do reveal this clay which phrase me this way and formulation this case for stop Formula place say that this is. This is something that accounts me. I feel. Fans i feel supported. I feel i feel sad or your words. Made me feel distressed or your words made me fail. Tiny or your words made me fail. They started that. Okay also he'll make mayfield's that is not fair as well. When you say this. I feel so that makes it to rather fan because the also putting too much responsibility on what other people say to you is not fair as well. I guess like okay. If from if we talked to someone and We feel a standard for whatever reason and then we return this responsibility completely to the person. It's not fair as well. Not only you'll words make makes the old they don't make other people feel that way so that's not a not completely the responsibility of the words being said but when you say this i feel and there is a situation on your part and the situation. What feelings lifeguards. How the words were received and come back to the communication theory when we code the phrase so that this specific at would be able to decode it and eve the addressee receiver of the message is actually able to decoded at the same as voted to find a message in done to some feedback. How healer she understood. What was it in the initial message saying a paying a compliment. If i say to you oh yuli. I love your curly hair. What's your reaction. Possibly coal analog make early terrier and i'm happy that i can pay this compliment to you and i'm happy that it makes you feel happy as well. Would you place such a compliment to add. Black woman with curly hair. There is a question. Why i'm asking is that i heard on an interview when a person who's into intercultural communication said that to a black woman who was his student had belived that's latter was defended because it provoked old does racial issues that she has a black woman with curly hair. That defines As being a black woman in a white society of people with straight hair dominantly rates appeared as an issue. Can we say here. Your word so founded main. You'll words made me feel offended or when you said that is now part of a minority or whatever else the rest so many issues. Let's find one of our episodes. We mentioned the some thing like that saying empty ready to somehow offend someone not meaning to do so but accept that there are some intercultural or mental differences that we are not always aware of at should be learning everyday but then occasion. Just stop talking and paying compliments to people find do love. Somebody's curly hair. How cancel should they be. Every moment of my live to think not only of What i want to say and bring into communication. Which is my positive feeling if i cannot share that with a person who has beautiful hair. I loved at that moment. If i cannot say that because i can offend someone else nally would care about me and my being offended by not being able to say certain things at this so insci- the very thing because one was cited. The words do understand that there is a word there is a sign which it means embarrassing township. Why word was used so we do understand that we have different concepts have different on stand-in have different signs different countries. The same word mean completely different connotations semantics history of news combinations rotation so the word. I don't know the use the nba roads in local animation. You may never know which phrase triggers challenge her emotions because that was a song that was played over the once child. the question is at. Which point do i as a speaker. does anyone as speaker become an abuser. I think the point to win on the words are used Add to the level of like the phrasing is audience when the irs starts or continuous or responses was accused. Asian was blame was criticism was throughout goes line teen name. Call lane will tell some kind of degrading and manipulation so in this way when when we feel that that was harsh or that was painful and Sometimes like even knowing that phrase is delay relations and ready to to protect yourself. You can say. Oh that's just manipulation. I can reflect. That is already a powerful in in just like about the skills. I need to be aware. Would they are second to be aware that you can work. What's can work to protect you and dan. You need to see that you are actually using the for example reflection or protection mode so that would bring new to the next level or killed conversation to be more protective about it. So for example. When you hear name-calling ona wonder everybody is as that. You're so slow. You're always late for meetings. What do you want. yeah or you know. It doesn't get Not everybody's born intolerance or something like that. So then this is the name colin and this is a problem that can be seen on the playground as a bullied. It can be in the School barron channel relationship. You can see that just now as people who are not twenty for asylum. Who was the kid. For example parents on its on cole's causing who can say something that's because they don't know how to behave for using names so awareness and both sides awareness on the side of a person who says something and awareness in order to protect yourself on this side all small at recipient. Yeah worse and this is how this emotional intelligence is bill in court Right so about south aware nets and about self control and bowed conversation. Averred this conversation. Control i or my cell i towards the others we as we are we out. How do we control it. So basically it can bring business into this conversation when you understand this race comes a two or when you say this grace. Why do you allow yourself to name. Call to use the name colin towards somebody else. If you've route the was painful to your most probably if you worked down if you are selker there that was a painful situation now. New might trying not to use it but again the take so many levels of Work at will were against thinking about it in can walk constituents our relations with constituents our conversations or for example. I didn't know this criticism. Sometimes criticism kind of big quite constructive and we mean that to be able to turn stanford designed to wrong but if this is a agresson that you hear from surgeon person that the becomes verbally abusive relationship. It can be harsh. It can be away all adheres criticism and That that seems land says the understanding that need bam doing everything wrong. Or i never. I'm not. I'm being able to cleese person or is this working. And you mentioned the verbal abuse here. In this case there can also be non verbal abuse. One example that comes to my mind is famous. Ira link that the children. Teenagers us at Sound points of their development as a natural stage dan Some people tend to keep this habit and a react in this way i rolling or whatever else At gesture or parts of mimics can be to show disagreement but not saying adequately that you disagree with another person's point of view but using this non verbal aggression or abused just showing with your mimics or gestures that presidential. It didn't have any rides to say what they said. Yeah and then how can and now. The the recipient of this known grumble message react. I'm washing because you'll is showing some. Yes apart from ireland. You can have the eyebrow in now and one of my eyebrow is much higher than dollar because it was better. Yeah but it might be funny might have been on because i may assume that i've been using my brow. Onscreen subconsciously and saw some of my reactions crude being aimed at showing that would be how is going on or song. I'm just showing that. I'm not taking this but also some of them could have been taken as I don't and aggression toward stop. Even though i mean because it was like for example a subconscious thing something like that and and again this takes out bob. Painful cetaceans faint discussions and not necessarily action remounted. And this is a question of how i can be more self aware of my body language of liar actions of might phrases of barack formulate phrases or the way the other people take it. Let's imagine the situation. i'm saying something and Subconsciously your eyebrow is it slapped. The right best part is left. Both your parts Your most train. The eyebrow is laughed and when it goes out. Of course. If i say. Don't you ever do that. Don't do that again. You make me feel offended. I will defend you at the same time. If i tried to make you aware of what you're doing because you don't see yourself but i see you and i say something i see that your left eyebrow goes up and i would say at this point looking at you. I can't say that you might disagree. What time saying what exactly do you disagree with making it away. Maybe i would put it differently. Okay find realistic. Standard would say. Well you'll when you raise your left eyebrow. I feel really bad about what i might be saying. And that makes the you probably aware of what is going on. Because you've consciously and well. If we are away i communicate or is we know that gestures and medics makes our most of the times of conscious or unconscious people to use their mimics on purpose as well and they and they do not all the time john than when. It's not conscious when you don't mean to offend another person by your facial expressions to shoot somehow become aware eiser by your own awareness of the sedation like Did i do that or by another communicates saying that directly like okay. When you do this. I feel sad founded by agree. Whatever or maybe because it's facial expression you're not saying something and so there would be that invitation to set allowed. You might disagree. What was what time saying. What is it or what do you think about what time saying or it seems that my words puzzled you become back to a to d formulas by marsh break debt on non violent communication when people are trained to formulate a desk because the point when they aren't read the haven't been they're not even able to say that because you said your words are made me feel this and that or So what you need to. You need to be able to say this. Need to be trained to to say that as well and most probably in my childhood nobody had this matic conversation that would be like without that at all so that would be just were lines off. You go do your homework up until you are. You haven't done anything you not going to end. Now go our tower. Or i did know to cake or something like that. And nobody would say oh. I feel offended by the words that you said. That was the case. Nobody whatever talk this way. While and the moment. I can seeing that more and more younger people are trained to do that because they were ready. Brought like this because For for the last fourteen order to fourteen years since receives bear on while in communications so many facilitators were trained to so many trainers. Were trained to do this. It has become the norm to formulate which fill and connected to the real situations. And that's why maybe because and but this is specifically why think. Oh this communication Intercultural communication conversation old are now treated as intelligence they emotional intelligence conversational intelligence. Intercultural communication tolerance. Because you do need to have this. Iq q. q. Icq ice cue. Whatever i even have one of these lines in our sub skills course mind you accuse there is a beautiful article i think in forbes or similar robes mind you accused how many cues their iq ask you the q. e. q. Icq see iq iq iq. I don't know how many they are. But the main idea is that it is awesome to learn indus- how when you learn and implemented and trying and it does how to communicate therefore dust helped berate therefore indust- improved And more with scattered around the world the more we are locked down in our apartments. The more will work in intercultural international projects the more we need communication as the basis and in basically it barred from your see me. Why is shooter shouldn't work on this or that project would be as defined how we communicate will be. The team and was the other bike was managers. Or how do you manage other people in band For the leadership communication becomes the coroner's to how your go to lead a team. Bud becomes a good question for the communication level so there is way to go communicates have done. Don't abuse don't get abused. Keep on learning ruined. Learn will event laron curious about what we discussed next. Please subscribe to live and learn podcast and join our community on social networks. Leave and learn.

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"Kelp is underrated"

Seattle Now

12:21 min | 3 months ago

"Kelp is underrated"

"Support comes from b. ecu a member owned credit union putting people over profit offering financial services and support to the community with access to local financial centers over thirty thousand atm's and online resources at b e c u dot. Org that early insured by ncua. Hey it's patricia murphy. it's monday. This is seattle now. We got super low tides coming to puget sound beach near you all this week. A great chance to hit the pools and see an amazing hidden ecosystem of close. We'll talk with natural historian. David williams about our long running connection to the sound in a minute but first let's get you caught up. Its go home time in olympia state. Lawmakers finished up their first ever remote session last night among the big new ideas coming to washington a new clean fuel standard and a capital gains tax. That will probably end up in court. The legislature also re criminalized drug possession after the state supreme court struck down our old law for now. Possession will be a misdemeanor. We'll talk more about the legislatures changes around justice and policing on tomorrow's show the j. j. vaccine is back in service governor inslee located over the weekend after the cdc recommended using it again. Meanwhile king county may be about to take a step backwards will over the line on new cases and getting very close on hospitalizations. If we're failing both on may third it's back to face two for seattle and seattle's new n. h. l. team just got back checked by a u. district dive bar earlier this month. The cracking announced plans to open the kraken bar and grill at the team's northgate practice facility but the seattle times reports. That was too much for the owners of the crack in cracking bar and lounge business in the u. district since twenty eleven according to a trademark lawsuit filed last week. The owners say. They've already had hockey fans showing up their punk and metal bar thinking it was related to the team. Somehow the time says late friday night. The hockey cracking said they'd come up with a different name for the restaurant. We could do better when it comes to taking care of puget sound. It would be easier if we dug deeper into the connections between us and one hundred. Fifty year old gooey duck. David williams is a natural historian and writer. He's got a new book about puget sound called home waters a human and natural history of puget. Sound i met him on a blustery morning at richmond beach up in shoreline to talk about the ties. Humans living here have had with the sound for thousands of years. David thanks for meeting me. It's a pleasure to be here fun to be on the shores of the sound in this beautiful place now salmon and orca. They are the superstars of puget sound. They get a ton of attention. But you make the case for some underrated vegetation under the see here first of which was kelt. Why should we be concerned. With kelp and kelp underrated. Cope is underrated for the simple reason that we all think of it as seaweed and we only really see it on the shore and i was that way. I just thought that spinach lettuce sees stinky stuff on the shore but under the water here is a forest is an ecosystem that's equally as important equally as complex as the temperate rainforests that we all know and love here. So celtic grows up the bulk help. That's an annual species so it grows every year bissett replaces itself and it's a nursery in the sense that growing up it provides habitat for for young animals down there. I mean hundreds of different species. Take advantage of that. It also sloughs off an incredible amount carbon and food resources So it's just it's a real critical part of the story and then there's this deep deep time connection what i love about it is. There's this idea that's been developed over the last twenty years or so of what's called the kelpie way. And this is the idea that people came into the new world not traveling overland traveling along the water traveling along the kelp shore that was grows right across lake shallow water so people could travel along fine basically a safe harbor coming down. The shore and one of the off-ramps would have been puget. Sound fifteen thousand years ago. So perhaps our deepest connection with place is through. The celtic grocer here at richmond beach in shoreline and we're looking west towards the olympic peninsula. And today it's pretty cloudy. We got a little bit of a drizzle coming down which is a spring and seattle. If i've ever seen one. But in my mind's eye there is a gorgeous mountain range and i wonder where am i standing. How did i get to this view. I mean what's interesting about. The sound is that it's a relatively young landscape in the sense that we're really shaped by landscape that began about eighteen. Seventeen eighteen thousand years ago during the last ice age when this massive sheet of ice moved from canada down here plowed through the region in seattle. If we'd been here then we would be under three thousand feet of ice. Oh six space needle which is pretty amazing to think about five fifteen and so it sculpted. The land created this this deep body of water which was actually carved not by the ice itself but by water flowing underneath the ice and excavating down into the sediments. So that's really the geologic story of very young geologic story compared to places like the east coast hundreds of millions of years. Here we have a young landscape which means it's dynamic which means it's ever. Changing volcanoes are landslide all of that contributes to the story of the sound. It's amazing to look out there and see the water and know that underneath there is an entire world that we don't see it's truly amazing to contemplate that a little bit. yeah absolutely. I mean to think that it's really look out over the sound there. Are we duck out there. That were born a hundred fifty hundred and sixty years ago. The oldest known duck hundred and seventy three years old. They're rock fish out there that could potentially live for two hundred years of just that simple fact of the great age that is in these animals and what they have experienced they have all the changes in the sound and that they have somehow survived to me that also is hopeful that what we do right now. Maybe it's not going to have an effect in five years. Maybe it's not going to have content but thirty forty fifty years down the road. It will have an effect and these animals that can live here that they will from our action and that again. It's inspiration right there. You said gooey. Duck that's strange looking. Mollis can sometimes delicacy and underrated species here in puget sound. Yeah exactly we are astounding. I was Lucky enough to go out with some duct divers because it used to be thought that up until the nineteen sixties deduct. We're just this intertidal organisms. That with just your tigers way out you can get them. We now know that their deep in the water down two hundred three hundred feet deep There are hundreds of millions of out there. Just like the sound is. We have him zillions of them out. There and people have been collecting on. And now you're much of it gets harvest a lot. There's a lot of harvest. But i was out with sue. Kwamashu divers going down diving to sixty feet of water and full of louis duck. And it's amazing to think this ducted minding its own business now. The next day after being harvested was going to be in china and it's this combination of this animal that's so intrinsic to the sound and yet it's also so intrinsic to the economic story that we have this global world that you can see. Just right out of vega off the water for the uninitiated. If you're googling gooey ducats. Gao d. u. c. k. And it's a native term of from the lawsuit seed which i'm not even an attempt to pronounce something on the order of guido which meant dig deep. Which obviously is the relationship that you have to dig down to to get this animal meaning. What else surprised you about this area when you start to dig deeper. Well i just have i. Can't i think the the diversity in the sound of again the rock fish species that i talk if there's twenty eight or twenty seven different species in the single genus which is pretty amazing and then there's the human history and another reason. I stopped here spot. Is we have these filings off from us to go out into the water and one of the things that i wrote about in one and i really want into think about him in the sound is not just the natural history. I really wanted to look at the human history. One story look at is. The sound is maritime highway and investigating the mosquito fleet. This armata vessels that loud the sound in the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundred stott everywhere carried people goods everywhere and i really tend to think that when we see these pilings on the shore here that seemed to go out like what are they doing here. My guess is a lotta this had to do with miskitos. Fleet stops that. These boats can stop anywhere just peers going out. Docs going out so again. It's this idea that people have been living here for so for so many years and this again. How did people move through the sound and that for decades for thousands of years really also after europeans are the main way people got around was on the water that you had to basically that was on the issue life. All the time was on the water. And we've lost that and that's again part of what i'm trying to explore in the book is. How do we connect back to the water sitting and watching the tide go after being out in the canoe being on a ferry that one of the things that i did in the book was wrong. Try and ride all the berries. Infused sound and i got to spend time with a ferry boat captain marcia morris and she made this. I thought was a very profound insight. Is that when you're allen the sound you have these big this that we don't can't always get when we were hiking in the woods with that big vista spiritual aspect of being on the ferry ferryboat and i thought that was a really beautiful way to think about it. It's very utilitarian. Also williams appreciate your book and appreciate your time today and maybe if people are deciding to appreciate the land fresh back with you. Take some stuff on your way out. Yes absolutely thank you. It's been a pleasure to be here and play on the beach. It's a beautiful day. Seattle now is produced by caroline. Tabling domus player mcgrane and jason began. Matt jorgensen does music. I'm patricia murphy see you tomorrow.

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Playoff Hockey With Paul Bissonnette, Phil Mickelson Wins The PGA, Lebron's Pretty Much Broken Shoulder, And Big Cat Has Another Baby

Pardon My Take

1:58:42 hr | 2 months ago

Playoff Hockey With Paul Bissonnette, Phil Mickelson Wins The PGA, Lebron's Pretty Much Broken Shoulder, And Big Cat Has Another Baby

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I think i think what we'll do is at the end of the show Because the end of the show we're going to get up and get meeting your wake them up. We'll maybe talk a little bit about me being twice dad now at the end of the show and we'll also wake up is so make sure you tune in for after biz for that but yeah. We got a ton of sports to get to. We're gonna get to it all before we do that. A word from our friends at better. Help this podcast is sponsored by better help online therapy in in mental health awareness month barstool. Sports is proud to support de stigmatizing. Mental health is mental health awareness month. And you know that here barstool. We support our veterans and getting the help they need and now we want to support every one so anyone out there who maybe too stressed anxiety. Bad thoughts going through your head. Ptsd depression whatever it may be. You should feel okay about talking about it and without a healthy mind Being happy is very hard to do. So is if this is for you. 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Mickelson fan club has been dormant for longtime. They haven't had a lottery. They'd been caters and now they're back. It's been what eight years ten years since long time. So a major and the end of that round. It was cool seeing a crowd size back out on a golf. I was trying to think about it because ever knows our stance on this show. We have our guys. We root for them very very hard. And we try to Slander or libel everyone else. But there is a few people that i think are in the category of holy shit. This is actually awesome. It sucked that brooks was up against them in the final pairing. But phil is in that category phil and tiger kind of are those guys where maybe a freddie boom boom couples ever ever made a run for it. i'd also refer him but they're in that category of Golf it's good for golf but it's also just fucking cool. It's a cool story phil. Mickelson is fifty years old phil. Mickelson won his first tournament golf tournament freshman gulf termine thirty years ago. He's worn a major in three different decades. He's one he's he's tournament in four different decades. He was you just you just referenced it. Pf that it's been a very long time. It's been so long. Phil hasn't been in the top twenty and seventeen tournaments. It's been so long that he had to get a special exemption for the. Us open this year because he was one hundred and fifteenth in the world. Like that's how long it's been since phil has been playing really good golf. And then he shows up. And i don't know about you guys but i was sitting there watching the entire tournament being like we'll go to. There's the triple bogeys coming like he's going in the drink. Something's going to happen but no he was just fucking cool. Calm cool smaller. Titid phil mickelson was about to say the only thing. I don't like about the new phil is that he's in too good a shape his kalvesier. Tonight's he doesn't have the man boobs anymore. When fill out their dominating like a a nice respectable backup hanging from his chest. That was cool to watch it. Yeah it's it's very cool to see phil back out there and with the with the sunglasses that he was rocking this weekend. I don't know where you even get sunglasses. That look like that. It looks like something cool. Pugs sunglasses the ones that are in all those truck stops. It looks like something that you would get out of there. But phil pulled it off. He pulled it off. We're probably very expensive. And he's got a lot he's got a ton of fans around him and his fans are very drunk individuals which i like again things. That are good for golf. Having a rowdy gallery is something that i kinda miss people yelling and being able to hear audibly the slurred words of fans in the final round of a major tournament. That's also good for hashtag. It was at the end when the when the fans basically swarmed him going up the fairway on the eighteenth it was like oh my god. It was actually happening. It was coinciding with the tip off of the knicks. Game at the mecca. Msg for those who don't know about it And they were had fifteen thousand fans there like. Oh fuck like we were so used to this world where we convinced ourselves. Hey sports or playing so it's okay to fans. Aren't there no fans. Not being there sucked. 'cause it was fucking awesome when phil and you know what fills a great lesson. I think he's one of those guys that everyone roots for. Because he's always been like good offense and he's always been kind of that people's golfer type feel to them lefty fill like i. He's not even has any association with new jersey but every time he golfs in new jersey. Everyone just fucking drunk. I flew family thing for sure. And like with phillips also captured almost an entire generation. He's got like gen. Xers film standing to phil mickelson. Like what you saw on the eighteenth hole. That's burning man for gen xers. Yes that's as close as they'll get to like taking drugs and going to a music festival and discovering their inner selves. Three days is just like drinking seventeen cores lights and then being in the same like square mile as film is phil left. The that's what it that's what it means those guys and also like mickelson. He's a guy that i always get the feeling like he can show his moving. So he's rolling. I always get to feeling like he could show up and be good for at least like one round or two rounds but like an entire for putting it together is cool to see like fills a guy that if if he's got a nephew. I assume that his twin brother who's his caddie has has a son or daughter. He's got a nephew or Or niece and like he catches them smoking. Cigarettes philby like. Let your uncle have one show how it's done. Smoke it all down to the filter in one dragon later loser. Yeah and walkway appeal off. He's always in boston. That wasn't there before. Yes yes he's always got a trick in his bag ready to go but it was it cool to see him do it for four days in a row fifty years old. Yeah they actually so they were talking about it. That phil basically admitted that he didn't have the mental toughness slash stamina to compete at a high level for four days straight. So recently he had been playing. He'd been forcing himself to play. Thirty six holes a day just to like push himself and he actually had a tweet. You guys see like Like maybe ten days ago. He had a tweet. That was essentially. Like it's okay to fail which is kinda cool to see because usually that's okay it's cliche bullshit that people put online like gary v's like hey failures the best thing that's ever happened to me. Shoot your family in face and see how that feels but this was he said it he meant it and then he went and won the pga championship. The oldest guy to ever win a major fifty years old and he was in bombs to hidden long. Drive the three hundred sixty yards on the back nine today on sunday. He's lonzo just bomb. Say now as it pertains to brooks. I do want to say that as members of team brooks. His knees had a scheduled. Arnie is ahead of schedule right now. And the open is the one that we've had circled around time because the open is the one that brooks hasn't gotten yet well it also. I mean not excuse guys but his knees hurting him and he wasn't able to get all the way low to read pots in the potter. Is what kind of killed them today. in this weekend so if so facto he probably have won the tournament by fifteen strokes. His knee was okay. Will they said when he missed his first three footer of the day that he couldn't get low enough to line up the stripe at the whole was essentially flying instrument. Free right you. Just basically put brooks. He's a jet fighter right. He's used to flying in. Sr seventy one blackbird spy plane directly through the core of the earth and out the other side and doing barrel rolls little time you put them in a nineteen seventeen biplane with two tanks of gas and he still managed to get across the atlantic. Yeah he was like shots brooks great job brooks where schedule. And he's still to be fair. Brooks koepka is still leading on aggregate under par in terms of major tournaments. Yes so still number one. They have that stat where he's like fifty strokes better than the next guy in the last five years where we say. Hang law day. Wwl's out there this week. Yes shoutout brooks team. The team. The team the team. You're all part of the team We would never ask you to do what may have happened on the front nine today to fill and have one of you guys pick up when a brooks's drives put it back down in a better life we will never ask you know. Put it no but do that but we never ask you to it. Armand's you would know you know you're not you're telling no no we have a we have a now. We have now out of is saying. Do not i. I'm saying do. I speak when i say do not do it. I speak for the whole podcasts. Where i say please will you do it. Also your court quota the tournament. Goes jon rahm for me. So i don't know if you guys saw this. But he had a tough couple days and he was asked about his round and this was his quote. I so so the person like hey maybe not ending it the way you wanted. But in your estimation on the golf courses this open things up for the leaders score a little bit this afternoon talking about he three-over for the championship. He said i don't know. And i don't care to be honest i hit the ball t degreen as well as i could have for most part and barely made any pots and yeah. I'm not really happy to be honest being in fortieth place it finishing bogey-bogey like that. I really want to be here right now. I mean clearly scores are out there. It's very doable right now. Sixty eight sixty. Seven is out there as possible. I'd ever chant. i just couldn't make a putt. That was great though. Saying i don't want to be here. Don't want to visit moving his foot right now. I just moved his leg up. See if he'll say something in the mike biz. Do you have anything in the mike. You wanna say. What are your thoughts on business. Coming up in a minute. He actually was coherent for our interview semi coherent but now he is passed out. If you're watching it on youtube again. Subscribe on youtube. Please and thumb up every single fulfill video. Hjelm sells for left. Yes yes. I wanna put one in in Someone's year whole real. Quick kyle porter. Cbs yeah i've seen this guy a couple times. I don't what it's fucking dealers. Okay would he said it's going to be wild when two players from different generation. Step to the t. In the final parent today and the one who has a knee problem horrific fashion sense in a midlife crisis. Growing on his face is actually not the fifty year old. Hey buddy shut off. Rick up and i say that. Because he's elder at the church of richardson he puts his bile respectfully shut the fruit cups up to shut your fricken. Your heck in frigging mouth is honestly like that's kind of a cheap shot at total cheap shot and hey it sounds to me like. He's a little bit rooting for injuries. Yes also i saw that. There were a lot of people coming into fashion. Sense of both brooks and tony fee now. Who were wearing. Nike golf Guess what ever heard a derelict. Okay the next fashion wave. You don't even know it. You're actually calm. What the nike hats. No the people who think those nike had some lame. I think equally and understand fashion outside the box. So they just wanna fucking nice little. You know white hat. I think that they can both be tricky. But you know what sometimes too good yeah fashion. Forward it's called fashion. That's what brooks said about the off weights right. Yeah exactly i don't. I don't like golf journalists. Getting to decide what's cool as far as fashion knows i. We have to take a stand somewhere as a society. Yeah and when you have order when you have golf journalists deciding what good fashion sense for clothes and facial hair. I think at that point. We need to take away their card. agreed cow porter outer boy. A fucking loser header. Boy wills alatorre so we have updates from both of our other guys wills outsource Did okay also saw him posted instagram. After the after the tournament he's flying private planes now. So that's he's doing great. That's a win. Yeah i think he's upgraded Max so little editor's note on thursdays. Podcast we recorded around four or five o'clock. I think. I said in the show that max was minus three tied for twelfth. He was at the time. And then whatever happened after that. Let's just you know what let's just hold that moment in time forever. Max was top twelve on thursday. Let's hold that moment of time and we don't have to talk about the rest of the weekend well. It wasn't actually technically a weekend. It was just thursday and friday. Yeah we know when to golf tournaments all the weekend. There was no weekend days for max this week. He was top twelve at one. Point back he max did have a weekend yes. She had a great week. He got to enjoy his. He got to go hang out with his family for the weekend. My favorite thing about about golf when it's played on an ocean course or near any elements it's nearby. Any body of water is just always saying now this pots going to break away from the ocean. Yeah and i don't know if they are aware how gravity works with slopes and things but when they say it's always going to break away from the ocean i believe it but i don't think that's one hundred percent true all the time. It's also i. You know the courses windy they. It was cool. It was cool. There was windy but also it was on the ocean. Course it was said what's his name. Scott which is the scott. That's not scott him out not that guy The other scott. He would not to hottie scottie to hide. He was saying that he first of all. I told a story about phil mickelson gambling and tried to edit himself by changing the numbers of the units that they were betting. Yup it was obvious all he was doing was just taking away three zeros. Yes i bet. Fill a dollar. And then he counter bet mia dollar then. I bet him at five dollars and then fill said no. Let's make it a twenty dollar but it's like dude. We know exactly. You're not you're not masking it the way that you think that your masks but then he also said that yes phil mickelson one this weekend but he in fact said that the course was the real winner performed on sunday. And we'll see this back in the rotation of pga championships the ocean. Course course you can also say the ocean course about like any place. I just like it because it means that it's really nice because usually when it's When they have to clarify that means. I don't know there's probably like three or four courses at this club It's the ocean or page black. Have they ever play on blue now. Lead bet yeah no no no black lack yes black diamonds. All right congrats to fill. That was a fucking awesome story. That was it's the it's the cheesy like sports rule moment. You know what. I mean like watching phil on sunday all weekend really sports fucking rule. I do feel a little bit bad that somebody tried to go. Like tonya harding. Nancy kerrigan on brooks's knee and the crowd. Yeah but we don't talk when i talk about this. Everyone wants yourself less bumping into brooks more picking up his ball and putting in. Yes no but yeah. Yeah definitely okay. Put it on. T. let's we move on. Oh we have a special delivery pizza absolutely jake. Whatever you want jake. So jake is delivering pizza from slice. We actually just eat some pizza. 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Sometimes you're paying more money delivery service rack and not as much money too. Nice pass on. That made your pie for. Yeah by the way. I have a I have i've accomplished go to. And they offer me the punch card. Every time i decline and i don't know why but it's just such a fucking like power moves that just have over them. They see me almost every day. And they're like dude. You could get a free cup of coffee but in my head of mike. But then i'd have to fucking put it in my wallet and that's a remember to bring it out. So every time they offer it they punch it and they tried to hand it to me. I'm like no thanks. Also you tomorrow like that residual effect in your head of somebody trying to sell you on like a tj maxx credit card. Every time you check out and you know. I'm not gonna let you scan. Yeah i know. That's how they get you when they try to give you that stamp card now. Walking out of here with any paper yeah. I walked in with no paper. I'm walking out with no payment. But i don't. It's just one of those. Maybe when mount rushmore season comes we'll do do a mutt rushmore. Subtle flexes. it feels. It feels good. I feel like. I have one up on them. Because i'm just like nah i i will see you tomorrow and the next day and the next day probably enough times this week alone to get a free cup on sunday. But i'm still not going to do a recently cleaned up the old wallet and gareth some stuff that i need. I had like three different punch cards. That were totally filled up that. I've just never used even though i've been back to places. Yeah because i feel bad claiming yeah. Give me something free. I don't know you never know. Never know never know All right let's talk some other things. Let's talk some other sports let's talk. Nba Let's talk about capital being before. Who are people asking you to get. Did you see his capture. No i'd never said was captured and we're not getting soggy. We're getting dante with pasta. The complete opposite assadi pasta until we puke. If you want to join me hank. I think it's so we figure out time to do that. The bottom is the caps are not a good hockey team. Did not deserve to win this series. Hang congratulations you. Bruins beat undermanned injured. Shell of playoff hockey team ca. Job very proud. You beat today. No charge the guy that you ran outta town the guy that you couldn't stand to see a second more wearing the did you guys win. The lack touching stuff in the hampshire gentleman sweep it was gentleman sweep and Hey hey gentlemen. Pompeii good to see you get a win. Yeah someone tweeted me to kevin malone win if it's just nice to win one that yeah that's how i feel united so you're now down not quite as bad not historically bad. Yeah that i mean. I thought that was going to be a series to especially the first three games going to overtime and then that was that was. They just ran out of gas. The russian gas. Yeah i don't know what happened. But yeah i don't feel great about it. Obviously but this was not a team. That with the exception of like the immediate aftermath of the tom wilson incident where it seemed like the stars were aligning once. I actually saw them playing the playoffs. I was like this is not. It'd be cap if i were to say there was capture. Yes yes it would be continued use gap. Now yes. everybody's really excited about. Oh that's awesome. I know your cap. I if if you're gonna lose you might would is okay. Is he live for mature. If you're gonna lose you might as well lose in like a week. Yeah i mean. I do think that there is something to be said as much as funny as it is to have your team make a deep run like if your team doesn't have it just be out and be the first team. They were taking the second team out in but by the by the third round of the playoffs. No one will even remember capitals. Were in the plano. What we bowed out today. Yeah it was a classic bailout all class from the capitals i would have liked to have seen a playoff game in dc with a full capital. One that would have been cool. Yes but yeah just not not a quality. Should we put a little slice of pizza underneath business significant nose and see if you can smell after his interview. Okay to wake him up. Yeah congratulations thank. I will fulfill the not the soggy sorrow but the pizza bet. We need to figure out when we're doing a livestream. Yeah hopefully it's Bruins islanders because great yes. housing pizza. go to borelli's. I'm going to root for the islanders against the bruins. I wanna see frankie win. I would go to the bellies for that. Yeah it just watch you. Just go to town on pbs. Although no it's not pizzas pasta although gonna borelli. That's very disrespectful to puke. Mister baileys potsy pasta up. You think so. If i eat and eat so much. I think it's disrespectful. I think that's a crime against the. I bet you got your new sit down. Sit down with them. That's about okay. All right i'm excited for that. I'm for all right. Oh business moving again. Note is staying asleep. The best part about biz sleeping on the couch during this entire show is i guarantee you. His hotel room is like two blocks away. Tom i was an earlier news. Kept complimenting the couch is a good coach. he's this feeling you out to see if it was okay. If you just lay down on it do you think he's like listening to us now. We'll subliminally you think so. He'll wake up a little bit and he'll have our exact same takes he did. Ask me like seven times. Who was on the show tomorrow after we recorded our interview. Let's see what the this what this does okay. Now he's not picking. It was phone. I thought maybe he would. He would pick up his phone but he's dead to the world so we steal his wallet. Yes j. conceals wall still feel loss. Still something from and then tell everyone about how we gave it to him here. We go jay so everyone could be like getting up up. Jake has still got miscall. He's got cameo requests. she probably do. Those is he. Is he password protected. Yeah okay all right business coming up in a minute. He is coherent for our interview with him. Let's talk some nba. let's socks maybe because we're going to talk about all the stanley cup playoffs with biz. We go through the series and everything. Where do you wanna start with an mba. I have a take. It's the salvation. The nets okay to sell this loss iowa first half though a great first half they had a chance can walker played terribly in the second half in the series is basically over sweet. Maybe gentleman sweep but that's not how that whatever who cares maybe gentlemen loofah celtics right right. That's not gonna happen okay. Kevin durant kept saying it during the broadcast. Like kevin durant came to brooklyn because brooklyn cool and he didn't want to go to new york zude. He was proven wrong in the in one season was proven right over time. He was so wrong about that. They if he was on the knicks right now they would be. It's insane. everyone's going crazy just just because they're in the playoffs aren't even that good of a team. If kevin durant was on this team people would be going insane. They were trying to make brooklyn and like the nets. And let's let's at least slow down a little bit because our friend blake griffin had a great game. But they never talk about it. Plus one on the court. The big theory kind of disrespectful. They were trying so hard to make it like msg or staples center by showing like the celebrities in the crowd. And it was just old giants. It was just michael strahan and notes you. They probably paid them money. Correct like we were talking about trying to make like at msg. They always do celebrity row where they show this liberty and it's always christopher maloney from lord like no matter what i've seen christopher maloney at knicks games. I've seen a matt rangers games. I've seen. I'm pretty sure that the dogs show. He's but they always have like natural. Yeah yeah they always have like natural rather this one was just like a block of tickets is that they gave to the new york giants. And they're like yeah distribute. These leaves seat. Could someone please invite eli. Yes nope you ll is not coming but it was. It was painful how hard they're trying. The other thing i had from that game was the first half celtics where like this could be a series. Then you remembered like the nets just tradeoff possessions where it's like. Oh here's kevin durant Shooting a turnaround like fifteen footer over. Everyone here's kyrie irving at the rim like no one else in the league. Here's james harden hitting threes getting fouled going to they they just when they all have all three of them are just so fucking ridiculous. I don't play how blake. I don't know i don't know how like you stop. I just don't get it tells. James harden also back to being a little bit chubby. Yeah he's you know. He's the number one on the team. I said he's the he's the guy who keeps it going. Because when he was out there were different team. He's a straw. That stirs the drink. No but i'm saying like physically his body. He's good so he's looking healthy classical sense so he's got an old paintings of people for plus and it is really. It's not talked about enough that. This is the perfect setup for james harden because every single year the playoffs come around and it's like james harden has to do so much and they call him differently than they do in the regular season and he fails spectacularly on a public stage now he has curry and kevin durant to help them out and eat like those guys are the guys in. He's somehow like the third piece even though he's not and also jeff green who will be in the nba for the next twenty five years. Probably because he he he's not age yes his face does not. He looks the exact same as he did when he got into the league. They've been calling him. Uncle jeff green for twenty years This twenty years ago. He was twenty-eight. That'd be a good jake assignment. But i was thinking as i was watching the game because they only talk about. How durant hardening kyri account for like eighty seven percent of all the points that we got to just do the kind of kwami browns add blake in there. Yes like blake. The old the old hank. Aaron tommy heron. Yes tom erin. Hit hit thirteen. Home runs hank. Aaron hit whatever seven. But i think we're going to start doing that on twitter and stuff and really get it out there where it's like put blake griffin i correctly blake griffin the big four kevin durant james harden ninety percent of that and like hank lockwood and jake morris have combined to win seven games ping pong in a row together. That's true congratulations. Thanks that's also fucked plus one plus one so monday one point right so it's like i think it was eighty three percent for kevin durant eighty four one when he was on the court. They were winning okay. Blake won that game himself. That's a fact. All right other games there was actually. The first round of the playoffs are awesome. I'm not going to be. I'm going to be the bigger person and point out Because i was asleep on friday night by the time the game like ended. But i'm not going to point out the fact that As cool as wednesday night was the playing game. You know. be cooler as of steph. Curry was actually still in the playoffs. Because he was eight seat. But now we get the grizzlies. But i'm not gonna point that. I don't point that out does goodbye writing because it would be cool to have steph curry in the series against utah have said that but i don't think that we need to necessarily say that ourselves The heat box. I think that's going seven janis cancer. Free throws yeah well not in ten seconds. Yeah i people. Chris middleton maybe he's the guy so there are people that are complaining about the jon call but they would like to heat told the ref doing. Hey he's taking thirteen seconds every time with all. The ref can't at that point like ignore it and let him go. Thirteenth rules are rules. You filed the yeah. We had christian horner on on friday. You have to. You filed a complaint filed the complaint. And then i think jeff van gundy brought it up to like when lebron was shooting free throws and saying he steps over the line every time four gets the rim easy. Call him on that. Rules rules shock. You do that for a long all right so that game. That was a great game. Jay awesome game. Jay bought twenty two haiti poorly. Jerseys pisses me. Oh yeah no rhone. Our friend ryan said it's or if you know him also is angelo paolantonio on this show He said perfectly the heat basically were like hey. The pacers didn't make the playoffs. Let's just where they're fucking jerseys like you've made no sense that not to get really mad but that is essentially like we that's becoming Like european soccer. How european soccer watching european soccer in this office. The last few years like you watch when when troops has arsenal on you will sometimes watch. They'll be wearing -til they'll be wearing red. They'll be wearing yellow. it's like how. How do you have that many colors. And i thought these colors of this. And when you're the you've got great jerseys already rates your where those colors mix and match sound very old. But i agree when you turn on that game. He can wear yellow. You're like what the fuck is this me no sensor arizona state. Now if it's like a throwback like when the lakers were the blue jerseys because it's like those old jersey right one thing. But but even i i'm okay with wearing a different color. If white is the main color kazan. It's like okay. it's a different yellow. Just is not their color like if they're worried in the logo pen- pms the flames. You call her the flame. Fine fine be white though. Like isn't white. A hotter flame usually way to do white-hot with the sabre magically the least hot color of flame has that's bad if the why they lost the yellow play really why they lost one thirty seven. I'm shawn duncan robinson. Show great game. yes Are the clippers is cool is legacy online. That's what people are asking. Yes it is. This is a legacy series. This is a legacy because if you lose a against the same team twice in back to back years and that team doesn't eventually go on to win the championship. last year. They in the bubble they lost the mavericks in the bubble. Didn't they i thought they lost the nuggets. My wrong i've been wrong. Or you're remembering that incredible luca game i am jerry. Hit the game winner right. Which wasn't credible. But i'm pretty sure they lost the bubble mug over yet just readjust. I'm going to be foot. Listen my point remains exactly. The same facts are incorrect. My takes not going to change. you don't ever jewish. You told me that. Hang on wait. Where's the camera. You told me you were assembling a super team. You said i was led to believe that the clippers we're gonna win three titles in a row we knew symbol that team with that defense. And you got you get mister big shot free agent quite leonard mr free agent signing over the summer and you can't even get to a finals get out of my face. Playoff p playoff poo poo. Yeah cottam playoff. You did see or not see skip. Bayless had a great take. If you wondered what went wrong in that game by the way skip says. I just figured out what i did wrong. I ran for an hour before the clippers. Game didn't have time to take a shower so put on the chiro. Blue wayne gave me for christmas. He's a lakers fanatic. The gold robe jinx me. Never again will. I wear it during a clippers game. That's three awesome brags in the same take on. Why the why he got. jinx by. Lil wayne's lakers rope. That's great lucas awesome. I love the clippers because the clippers are one of those teams that bring out like the worst takes in media because on paper. They should be good so now if they are not good. If they don't win this series do they hate playing with each other. they hate each other Who d- playoff fuck. Oh yeah be like directly. It's offering got pregnant like hey. Maybe they're just not that good. No no no no no. They were supposed to be the best. This was supposed to be there town now so we have to find a different reason for why we were led to believe is my favorite take. Because it's usually the people who did deleting to believe correct that then say led to. We were told that they were going to be a superstar team that would win multiple titles. And it's like no you. You told us that. And then you instead yourself into thinking everyone else thought the same way you. Yes the eric andre. I just shooting him being. Like how could you do exactly. I do think that like. I have fun watching playoff a fail in the playoffs. Yeah i'm starting to. It's not there. But i'm getting close. Picture me actually feeling bad for playoff p. I'm not there yet. No me bad. For playoff. P at that point you switching back and forth between feeling bad and making fun of him With my dick in your. I didn't watch the i didn't watch our nuggets. Put this a match up nightmare for them so and also mellow mellow fucking putting it to the to the denver crowd were booing him. I love it. I love it to siege as well. So yeah wild very well played there. He was he's playing which when he wants them. Opponent locker room. Wow same building yes. They changed name. Now it's ball. I feel bad for joke. It's because he's going to be like member that year when dirk won the mvp giving out mvp's like during the second round like the physically were and he had to go accept it even though lead already been balanced That's gonna happen jokic so you know what else is wild about carmelo. So he played in that same building after he was drafted his coaching college. You guessed it buddy behind data lost weight is it also jimmy behind. It is oh wildfires as while small world guys. All right The sixers wizards bullets in the playoffs. We call them the both the bullets I just love ben simmons stat line. He can't shoot free. Throws that's the most ben simmons stat line ever. He went six points. Fifteen rebounds fifteen assists. He did shoot. He's he really is like he might be the greatest basketball player who cannot score. I think i think he's kind of like he's broken a game. You think that it would be impossible for a guy that is bad at shooting to be an elite basketball player. Yeah but he's somehow figured out a way to be insanely good at basketball. Well also not scoring points which is like he's just such a good facilitator. yeah he is. He is like the Apex like there there. Is that guy who exists in every like pickup basketball game who can do literally everything but shoot the basketball and it's like how does he just jump over everyone. How does he like dribble past everyone. But he can't shoot. He just forgot that part of the game. What do you think would solve because he obviously is a very good athlete. He's he's got. He's got in his system. He's a great potentially be good at shooting a basketball. It's in there somewhere like a hypnotist. I kind of liked the fact that i feel like the sixers. Maybe we'll see because they're the one seed in the east is kind of. There's two to win. Obviously the nets loaded but like maybe they figured it out. That just never expect. Ben simmons to score more than fifteen points. And you're good. You can do everything else. It's okay to do everything. Yeah he i mean he is an incredible defender. And i mean you can't get like a more physically dominating point garden in like how everything. So maybe that's just the answer i mean. Obviously it helped tobias harris went off but him him in though shooting free fritos at the end of the game. It's a nightmare seeking both out. Yeah that's her two best defensive guys right and so we've we've waited long enough. Let's talk about brown brown. I that him first of all first of all before we talk about lebron we should make sure jay. Can you look up and make sure that lebron james is healthy and that he doesn't have a serious injury that he should say. I would feel bad personally joking about that. If was hurt if he was like in the hospital. What's the outcome of. That is okay His wikipedia says he's alive have been suspended for this game by the way for the tequila party. That is the funniest to me. Because what would. What would lebron james have to do to get suspended by adam silver if like shoot up an airport kill adam. Silver's family absolutely be like i sympathize with the players concerns over traveled. Real yeah really readings for game one. Yeah we did. You see the the theory that it was a kardashian setup. Because that's her one kylie kendall dates devon book and it's kendall's tequila and she was trying to get them spent for game one Which why would you do game. One like the lakers never win. Game ones so. Lebron doesn't like that's his thing. Yeah believe me. I've been on the other side of when like the bulls used to beat them in game. One like this year. That was his feeling happen. Yeah and then you just fucking rip your soul up so the injury well. Cpi three dat was such classics ep. Three moment where it's like up. Of course he's gonna get injured. Which i think still will happen but it was a freak thing sucks but he came back and i don't know how injured he is but only to be upstaged by lebron which i so put this clip like actually put the clip liam while we're talking about it if you notice so lebron goes down after a guy who's like a foot smaller than him boxes him out and the bronze basically dead on the ground sniper shot from the ceiling and pretty much dislocated shoulder right. So he's got all the is on him and then a funny thing happens man campaign decides you know what i'm gonna step up for my teammates. A little scuffle will brew happens around like the elbow. Three point area right. The brand looks up and he sees ono. All the attention is off of me. So the scuffle happens. Lebron gets up. He walks over to where the scuffle happened and then he collapses again at that exact spot so that everyone then looks lebron and his pretty much broken shoulder. And i just have to say chef's kiss. Dow is truly the goat of like lebron. You know injury antics. Which i i'm actually now. Getting to the point where i love it because it just adds such a funny element to the game and of course people say you guys lebron heaters. Yes i'm lebron heater. But i also admit that he's fucking sane second best player of all time yada yada yada if you can at least laugh and be like dude. This is ridiculous. The guy who never gets injured is always getting injured in most horrific fashion show. I flipped on lebron's injury thing in the playing game when he like pull it up when he opened up his eyes and it looked like he was actually dead. He lebron james thought that he was dead. Yes during the like it was. Yeah you got poked in the eye. But if you're inside his brain he actually thought either have been sucked into the vortex and he was playing with the tune squad again or he thought that he was seriously dead. Any opens his eyes and it was a miracle and and his brain. It's a miracle that he was able to play in that game in this game. I don't think he does it on purpose i think. Part of his nature theatrics. This is just what ever since he's been involved with the epl. Yeah he's he's learned. He joins this remember. He dove into the cameras. Watch this watch ready okay. So he goes down. Yep and his ri- then he's writhing in pain and now okay. Everyone's watching lebron ono. The cameras going to this fight should okay. Wow this fight. Everyone's looking at this fight. Lebron is left dying in the paint and no one is paying attention to this is tragic. Lebron gets up finds the energy to just walk over and then gets the exact same spot where the up and he's dead again and he goes back down on his knees where that the traders check about at the scene of the of the fight. It's just it is the most it was also. Let's be honest. it was kind of a borderline dirty plan. Chris paul john. Did you see that so chris. Paul grabs him tries to do the. Kelly olynyk but chris paul's just too small that he can't. He's not strong enough to pull his arm out of his shoulder. And that's what sent him down to the ground so like i think. I think that's where lebron was. Actually saying was the injury. I don't think anything to do with the fall. I was the pulled that he was trying to embellish to the point of having like a stage to separation right. Oh my god. I was watching it and it's truly like i know people always like. Hey you need to really appreciate living through the lebron era era. I appreciated that moment. When he had the wherewithal to get up and get reinjured in the exact spot where all the action cameras were That is just truly special And and i know lebron fans will be like. Oh you're you know south tacoma. Is he basic part of his game. It's fair game to talk about this. Because every game he dies and every game he's awesome and he's probably going i responsibly. One eight hundred gambler. If you have a problem. I think the lakers game two is the lock of my lifetime. Lebron will answer. You know what i mean in a d like. We said like he forgets that. He's a seven footer. He thinks he's a mouse. He's an elephant. The lakers will be fine in this series and lebron will start dominating and it will all be for not but that mean like it was fun to see the sons sons crowd their jerseys back in the playoffs all that stuff and they have a fucking good team. Their team is i disagree. I think the suns are gonna win really. I think they're gonna win the series. I've just been down this path to many times like is this too many times for lebron to give up game one and to be like oh there it is the only thing is i think he's met his match with chris. Paul i feel like they're two sides of the same coin when he wants to take over he can't he's still when he wants to be the most dominating player like what he's scored eighteen points today like he didn't he didn't push. He took thirteen shots. He didn't he was hung over. Big cat and eighty was not good. Eighty with like. I do think that obviously is lebron can obviously only do so much at his age which is a lot but he does need. Anthony davis to play like peak. Anthony davis and i'm sure that will happen to and then the lakers will win six or seven and then we'll be like oh well that was fun to think that the sons had a chance. Now sons you're gonna win this haunt biz. Snoring only stop all right alright. Mecca damascus backwards rock and big time The knicks fan base. It's cool to see this Just happened to be here. Wow you think that's cute. Oh okay well. I saw they walk game today. We're in it. They had a chance to win. They didn't what isn't that and there are so many knicks fans are like. That was so much fun this is all. i don't. I didn't actually see any knicks fans being like. This is so much fun. I'm just glad to be a person that was there. That was that was awesome. And i was away from the game trigger warning for knicks fans. But i'm going to say this isn't the epitome of knicks basketball. Being back is to have an awesome player. Go to mecca. And just rip the soul out of all knicks fans like. That's kind of knicks basketball. Least since i've been alive. So that's that actually should feel really back familiar. Yeah familiar like. Oh this is reggie miller michael jordan. Pippen like this is. It feels good. The atmosphere did look cool though laid having having mecca rocking like that. Yeah and the news. The knicks lead the league. And it's been so long since they've had a playoff game it is fun. I'm rooting for them. Because i want. Derrick rose to do well and i do love top debited who needs to size up in his zip he needs to like. I'm sorry but he needs to. He looks like a pixar villain when he's like squeezed into that thing. Yeah a little bit. He i think like with the slicked back hair. And the french last name and the hard hardcore. He's basically a hockey coach. Yeah right right exactly. He has his hockey coach. So i like the suit. Not say if. Tim's ruled out there looking like g q. Yeah that would be concerned you. The players wouldn't play as hard for tibbs if he wore an outfit that fit. I do think the knicks are gonna win this series. I do think they'll make adjustments. And i love that. The mecca has leads the league in dudes rocking jerseys with nothing underneath. It's fucking awesome. And it's every age using eight year olds you can see six year old wall street guys. They got the jersey on and they got no t-shirt underneath gold chain underneath. Oh good gold. Chains your permitted. It's something about that. Look that brings like a springtime summertime playoff energy. That i love it. Love it also. It's been a while since somebody has had to shush the crowded. Msg although trae young does need some work on his shushing. It was like scores his fingers as forehead. It was a weird shush. He's covering up the hairline. I think it was weird. Shortens work on that but that kind of goes along with having a guy sucked the soul out get searched at msg by an opposing player. Brought back reggie miller to meal. Yes yes exactly and spike lee looking like how could this happen well. It happens all the time. It's but it's good. It's happening is my point. I do want them to to win. I to see like multiple rounds of play. I wanna see nets verse knicks. Which i think would only happen in the eastern conference final but that would be sick aright And then the jazz are playing right now. There the jazz. I mean they should be playing the warriors but again i'm not gonna say i'm not going to say that it was cool that we had that wednesday night moment. It's awesome that we don't steph curry in the playoffs. Even though they had the seat again not gonna say it. F one monaco. Monaco did we do we give them the pmt bumps. i think so. We'll take credit for it. He pissed in the right toilet on his lucky toilet. And matt vishnu. Shift for staff took the checkered flag. Yes and i was talking on their back and then soccer ended today by the way i saw episode to. Yeah no no episode. Four now a fucking renault with the with the contract dispute fucking get ricardo. Yeah it's crazy. Well yeah if you haven't watched yet but he's he's on that team. The team has totally changed their name. Yeah i noticed today. When i was looking at the same house i was like. Where's renault. yeah yeah but it's fun to talk f. One and also i learned would've gearboxes gearbox because i saw okay makes sense i. I'm just so that. I have a new group of fans that i can. Just pretend i know what i'm talking about and then then get mad at me and then maybe like okay. Whatever n- like i didn't even is red. Bull is red bull racing bad for f one dope but the the Constructors cop is back on. Oh yeah that's the call. Second is a constructors. I think it's constructors right here. Just look at me like what. Are you get when you win. The constructor constructor instructor standings stadium. That's fine. it's the table. Yeah but there's two tables. Yeah the singular table and then there's the team tape right team table yet. Max is on the top of the regular. We've got a very teammate person. Yeah okay business. Tax no notification okay Think after the interview. We should tell them what happened with mcdavid at the end of his game. Or what happened. Saving teaser. hey. Tell us what happened. No okay we'll say. He got something did happen. They lost and they blew four one. Li oh wow okay would make mcdavid do all. He retired yes. He decided to retire quit. He took his jersey off. Yeah you said. I'm outta here alright. Let's do our who's back a week than we have biz And then at the end. We'll we'll wake him up will do a little monday reading and we'll do a little. I had another kid talk all right. Who's back the week is brought to you by cash shop. The stock market investment through cash app buying and selling bitcoin. That is all back. Yeah you can do it all on the cash app at super easy to do links directly your bank account. It's awesome so go. Check out to cash out buy and sell bitcoin And play some stock market and of course new download. The cash app enter the referral code. Barsha you get ten dollars for free ten dollars. 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Today i saw and porzingas jersey porzingas song. Yeah like there's i think it's i think it's because of the pandemic people have been going to games i've been buying jerseys so it's like you basically have a two year window year window where l. faulk let's just go and and you know it's been two years for that player have been more But it's also something that's funding going to games in general where it's like you walk around you see at any game the most random ole jerseys One of those little was little quirks. You kinda forgot about with crowds not being around and then it's fun to see again. Pollux is going to be a big city for that. Porzingas was like the guy here. Oh yeah yeah okay. Good job thank thank. You have a good weekend all right for a night you showed your ass. Yep yeah on a live. She relation. I think they had that. Don't know yeah little junk in the trunk little cake did you have any. Was it true that you had some st mark's. No okay. I thank you for addressing. I invited hank to hang out with me on friday after the stream and he just never replied to me so i think that's that's when we were doing a lot of pink. Whitney shot does pretty buckled by the end of the game. Last one home sleep. Okay yeah responsible. Hank somewhat responsible yep is kind of they put me in a blender that will happen. My who's back. The week is katie's. Cicadas are officially back and a couple of weeks ago. When we talked about cicadas. I said be on the lookout for cicadas content. Because we hadn't had like a cicada resurgence since the blog is has really been a thing. Sucato content is way more fucked up than i thought it was going to be like. There are some of freaks out there. There's just waiting to shine. There's a guy that's like making action figures of like demonic characters and comic book characters out of cicadas shells. It's fucking disturbing. Of course there's all sorts of data like recipes and like ways to cook them ways to prepare them fun things like that that are kind of gross but like we predicted that. I did not think that the internet had freaks. That would basically like jack off to cicadas porn. Look up look the cicadas show action figures. Yes it's frankly disturbing is that who's back. Yeah who also man city cities back there would they do. They won top of the table for. Epl nice man city bitch man. Who's you said soccer and today who one man city top. The table swans might be coming up next saturday. They play a game to decide. If they'll coming up at wembley no big deal Are my whose back is just so whoa stat for you There was on friday. No thursday maybe the twenty thousand. Mlb player of all time debuted which is fucking crazy. That if you think about it this goes back to eighteen seventy or something. Twenty thousand players. That's it so if you took every player who's appeared in a single game of major league baseball they wouldn't even come close to filling a major league baseball stadium when you put it that way. It's kind of weird. To only twenty thousand players ever played baseball. it also puts into perspective. Just how incredible human being dan. Aaron is correct because he's one hundred hundred thousand and really he's more like one of like five thousand. Who were like really good at peace and dan herron has gotten hits off of what two of those maybe upwards of five those our pool stat. He's got hits off like nine percent of anyone that's ever pitched not really that impressive. Well it's not as impressive when you realize it like four seventy five of like the one hundred and fifty years of baseball. It was pretty much just like the yankees playing. The dodgers every. Yeah there were like three guys named gentlemen that were pitching. Yeah guy with three specifying. Baseball had three fingers for like a decade. Yes yeah But that's just a crazy stat. Twenty thousand because you think you would have guessed way more if i if i had no knowledge of it Thinking about one hundred fifty years of the game being played twenty thousand as well thousand It was a backup catcher for the seattle mariners which is kind of cool day. He got into the twenty thousand th player to appear in a game. Does he get he win. Anything supermarket there millionth. I wonder how many of those twenty thousand like only played like less than ten games. Yeah just got a cup of coffee. Released a cool thing to say i actually. I saw an article the other week. And i want i meant to click on it and i feel bad that i didn't click on so somebody could summarize it for me but basically saying like if you get labeled as a middle reliever in baseball your fuck yeah unless you unless you go out there and you have a streak of like yeah awesome games in a row has middle reliever you're fucked and you're just to move around for the rest of your career and you'll pitched two innings a game every other games. No one wants to actually pay you like real money. You'll never go. Yeah you'll never become closer. You'll never become a starter. i think. Cup of coffee in major league baseball might be the coolest like not like coolest like i was an athlete but not i didn't. I wasn't like a star kind of thing to say. Yeah maybe in. Like i don't know maybe draft in the nba or nfl. But then then people like what went wrong. How come you didn't last cup of coffee in major league baseball. Means you climbed it like you did it you you you went through right. There's way more. And more grinders. Right and god. Mlb for air right but right. It's like there's so many less people you have to be super talented just to get in on the usually flame out right would also be sick if you were a running back that scored backup running back to god and scored a few touchdowns and became like a fantasy must start for like three games outta season and the no one ever heard from you again. Yes then you'd at least have a built in fan base of guys who are like paint hillis. Thank you for all season. Yeah what's his name Gray gray yeah. Was on the cover of sports illustrated right. Yeah yeah slept in j. cuccia who's back. I have one. Did you go see this mariners. Lineup i you're talking about the matters. There's like two or three guys. That i think are recognizable names. Let me see. let me see it. i'll tell donovan. walton leadoff hitter. Mitch haniger kyle seager. Kelsey recognize lewis. You have heard of those three. Then jose That's the guy. That's twenty thousand. Yeah jose godot right. Twenty thousand sam. Haggerty jacob nottingham. Jackie mayfield and justin done But they had some kid who came up recently. Who's supposed to be a superstar are low key and it is somehow track shot. Her friends spencer hawes who may or may not be trying to get kwami brown on the shared. Kelanic the one from the the mariners are like one of those teams. It's kind of like minnesota sports and seattle mariners. You don't really understand the sadness until you actually like look into it a little bit and you're like oh shit. They haven't been in the playoffs ever since two thousand and one pretty much never. They and they had ken. Griffey junior and randy johnson in a rod. I mean that was one and birth. Name j buehner. Yeah and like. They had all those they had ken. Griffey junior tayo martinez was tino on it. Yeah thank you us eat later. But i'm saying like they had a-rod and ken griffey junior and randy johnson and edgar martinez all like the height of their powers. Those are four hall of famers and nothing to show for it That's sad so i didn't mean to do that. That was a complete tangent. I apologize to mariners fans that's complete assault but it's more actually saying we feel. Your pain was last time. They went to plastic dollars. In what was there was sixteen. He lost the white sox right in the first round. No they lost the yankees in the elsia in the afc s. Okay never mind. They beat the white sox in first round. Maybe the indians and talks with thinking thinking of the year the broke the record. Yes that's right. And then they lost the first one. Yes it was at the year before to yasim thousand. They hit what was a record. Ninety one seventy one. So that wasn't the record. Not an owen was one sixteen hundred sixteen and forty say holy shit. Yeah that's insane data couple years where they were really really good missed the playoffs to hundreds bikes millions. Though hundred sixteen they lost championship series. So they did win around. They want around in the one and two thousand twenty years and remember i went to. I went to a game out there like three years ago. Awesome great great. Great food rate food aid park really cool highly recommended but i looked up and there was like a banner that said l. west two thousand one or whatever it might not be nail west them and i was like holy shit is at the last time they went to the playoffs and it was one like mid nineties really sad times and they really. They no no. I know percent very sad to say. But i appreciate the fact that brought up because sometimes when you're playing out west on a team that's as remarkable as mariners. Are you kind of you lose that vibe of being like the most lovable losing. They have like a coolness factor. I should be lovable. Losers yes and it really is. It's more shining a light like when you when you talk about like these certain cities we're like. Oh yeah it's like we always talk about cleveland. We always talk about you know the bills but no there are some. there's some really bad ones out Who all right enough of that. Let's do our interview with paul bissonnette and then we're going to wake him up and that should be very exciting Our interview with biz was brought to you by our friends. at bose. you gotta check out. Bows pose quiet. Comfort earbuds of the world's most effective noise cancelling earbuds out there. If you're trying to you know maybe block out the noise on the subway. If you're going for a run along like you know a lake path or something you know. Maybe you're just walking down the street and trying to get rid of the noise out there or maybe you're too busy work. I know our work on very busy. 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And then i was like oh i got a little. It's paul bissonnette. you could probably smell it through. Your mom got caught in the tracks. Ito shorts i try to give. The old is worse. There's nothing worse than being like all right. I'm doing the right thing. I'm gonna far outside of the room and just having it just one fuck. I wish i would've let it rip rate in the middle. If you got another one just let it go. This is beaming right now. He says that he's running on fumes. But this is this is biz. Nasty nastiness element. He's done four streams and four days in iron man streak. Some may say. I never be beaten by anybody. Hartford phil mickelson. Paul at achievement. This week. Now you straight kind of like a major but not actually technically five and and should we talk about it or is this a sensitive subject because he already talked about it on the show early. I don't know why you coming at brooks. We brought you on to talk about nba. So is lebron. James the toughest person i haven't been following any bass all right. Let's let's see can sports universe. You are twitter account right now. You are the person that we were talking about on the show the replied relevance as ro talk about talking about hockey. Why are you talking about but here we are. Let's talk about smoking. I actually have some questions. Where do we start. Would you want to start with the question. We asked right before this whole started. This whole taping started. You looked up. You saw the avs closed out there lose. I wasn't even paying. He's anyone beating the apps. I don't know. But i tell you what everybody in hockey has been waiting for avalanche golden knights and. I think everybody was skeptical whether it was going to happen. Minnesota came in with a bit of a wagon. They made a late push at the season where everyone was like. Oh jeez are they gonna knock off vegas. I think it's going to be vegas colorado and it's going to be a juggernaut of a series and we are going to see it. You think ever wins. That series was a cup. I think that those are two of the biggest heavyweights. The only. i mean we talked about. I think last time. I came on the show when i predicted at the philadelphia flyers win stanley cup. You just did that yourself. I don't remember that don't like you. Just sell phoned. I thought maybe some team from the north would have an an easy entry to the final four where they wouldn't have been tested as the avs or golden knights ward in the second round. What's a wait The other kind of sucks are the two best teams get to go faceoff in the second round and also that john virus got her as probably out. You think he's the playoffs. I would assume. I mean that was already said no structural damage but i mean with concussions. And how serious it was and then and then actually there was reports occasion out afterward about how his knee had been injured. Now well yeah. His knee probably got injured. Because look i'm not telling the equipment staff. I'm not a trained to do. But that was a lot of deadweight. Look to traveling. Picked him up like a puddle. They pick up like water and he was just flopping everywhere because he was very cost. It was basically will ferrell in in the flint tropics wherever that movie is dangling. They're playing origami with taveras structural damage. But he has a concussion. Where does it. What what is part of the structure. Wipe the thought originally. They thought that maybe his orbital bone yes mask because his knee hit him right in the face right so no structural damage is important but as far as a concussion is concerned it could be could be three to four weeks based on like how that bat looked. What did you think about the fight. After because i know there was a lot of people who were very upset about who i think. It's partly because it's corey. Perry which i understand and there was a lot of people like what are you doing. There's gionta virus come back. But i the way i saw it was. It's guys who are competing at a high level playoff hockey emotion. Oh you don't know that it was a complete accident and then your initial reaction is to defend our fucking guy fair. Mind you at the face off circle felino said. I know it was an accident so so many variables okay so that is then like meatball. It's the most hockey thing like. Hey no hard feelings but let it sure. I didn't know no offense. All variables considered felino comes over from columbus. He wants to make an impact. I series the captain gets knocked out. It happens to a guy who is a bit of a. He's a he'll corey. Perry is yes. Let's say it's there are certain guys when they hit someone even if it's an accident you just assume he did it on purpose so he so. He wants to implement a little bit of pain to corey. Perry for implementing pain to his team in a sense and on the flip side of that is when something like that happens in the midst of a game let alone a playoff game. The both benches are completely depleted. Because they're both concerned about the health of the player. In my opinion that felino fight right off the face off with corey perry completely re released sets the mindset of both teams to were right back in the midst of his playoff hockey. Not to say it didn't happen but we're trying to forget about it as soon as possible so i actually liked that. I thought the rest of the game was awesome. It was very competitive. Given the fact that something serious is that And the the the game got fucking kind of timed out for what fifteen twenty minutes as he took the pony off the ice and started back in it was a kickstarter back into the game and the fact that he gave the thumbs up on the way. I think let his own team. No hey i'm gonna be alright so i it was. It was very sad in one sense but it was nice to see the game. Get back going in the other. What the The caps brune series. I'm just gonna assume it's it's the first intermission right now. It's zero zero caps. Looked pretty bad with time travelling in their last four periods of hockey because you need accepting the fact that the caps will probably lose this game. They're like ninety nine percent chance going to lose the series because they don't look like themselves they look old they look. They're injured their banged up. They're very banged up. Thank you okay. So that's the spends on. I was wondering what's been zone. I was gonna use but if we were at full strength and this is a different series. Apparently oh she's banged up And yeah it's just. It's not there year so when it comes to the championship easy a free age it could be. Yeah i could be year paul bissett. Who said it's the flyers and you could say took that personally so what happens. What happens after the season. Because he's a free agent going into this offseason go to buffalo. Shut up. I think i'd probably be okay with that. I'd probably find lovie going to the sabers. But i don't wanna see him play for another team. Do you think that 'cause he said it's like i either wanna play for the capitals are one play in russia for the rest of my career. Do you see him going somewhere else. Russia okay You know. I'm fine with that him and putin team up for like twenty combined game where what Where where'd you land on the tom. Wilson shit. I know where whitney one take. Guests were was in here when it all happened. No no no no. I'm saying there's another time ranger with the rangers. Where did you know where i land. On the fact that panara went spider monkey on his back and in in the heat of the moment he threw him off. And i as a rangers fan. Yeah i probably wouldn't be happy. But yeah i thought i thought that no suspension was the right call and And that was it. We moved on. Yeah and do you think that there's like so it feels like obviously they've phased out fighting in hockey and part of true. Well it's definitely different than if you check to analytics you check the analytics to this year. It rise like forty percent really and people credit to the fact that it was all this individual. But i think that I think that the hate has has brewed back up in the nhl. And you're seeing it in these playoffs. And that's why more. So than i think that that hockey has like it just rises to another level when it gets the playoff hockey every fucking whistle. There is a scrum. The hatred is real. Every series in the first round is competitive on on abc league. Where it's half the series four zero bliss. That's correct. That's the one the one sweep of the series. That's because the apps are in fact a juggernaut. What about this is. I think that there's more fighting in hockey this year because it's kind of a backlash the are back lashing against the media because the media has gotten so soft correct when winning like you've got the number one Hockey podcast spin chocolates. Basically neutering the game and trying to take all the physicality out of it and the players are out there and they're like you know what we're gonna prove to you that this is still a physical game even the media is trying to drag us in this one direction. Do you agree with that. I see a one hundred percent agreement. Can't play the game on a spreadsheet you cannot. That's i mean. There's i i do think that Less fighting the twenty years ago is good. But you'll never get it all the way out of the game nor should it be all the way out of the game. Now you say that. Half jokingly were the media kind of brought it to this place and obviously concussions are at the forefront right now and everybody's trying to understand what's going on with that i think that for for period of time. Everyone was kind of in this. Like neutral standpoint of Is the game. Getting a little bit softer. Should we maybe take out the fighting. And it's gone right back the other way but your explanation of the corey perry situation you know in that series between the the leeson and the canadians was a perfect example of like a perspective versus the media's perspective where i you know i'm not media members were going why is why is he in what you just. There's a lotteries you had twenty. Malino needs to prove himself to his new franchise to say i'm fucking here in america. Stick up for my teammates of that. You've got a guy and the other team who i would assume most guy in the leafs locker room hate his guts which most other members in the league hate his guts right berry because he every time he shows up to play in a game he showed up the win and whether that's landing on the goalie taking a cheap shot here taking a cheap shot there and that was their response and even though it was an accident i thought reset the tone to the series and i thought it was the right place. But that's the part that. I think everyone misses what you said. The like you got twenty minutes. You just standing around on the ice hoping that john versus okay. The bruins scored Hoping john's versus okay. And then you've got to kind of be like hey guys. Let's get back into this like it's playoff hockey in that kickstarted it so i do appreciate your perspective on that. I have a question about the lightning. Who also that is another series so actually if you actually look at it. I think it's going to be as sweep if the bruins win this before one. If the lightning win their next one before one. But you're right. Everything's competitive I think the lightning are only up to one right now. There up to impress your three ot game that doing so many stroke. Probably i think they adult complaints about the kucherov like coming in. Well now he's hurt but The salary cap. Because i know people were pissed about it. I personally Think that you can't complain about it because those are the rules also as a blackhawks fan. The the blackhawks did the exact same thing in two thousand fifteen with cane so For people who don't know in the nhl the salary cap is doesn't exist for the playoffs. So the argument is couture league. We know about saying you can have you can be over. The cap in the playoffs can get penalized for that in nba. Yeah you can't be yeah. I think i think you have to be under the captured. There's a luxury but either way the in the nhl you put someone on long term you know injured reserve and their money doesn't count and then sign a bunch of guys and then when you get to the playoffs if they healthy. Oh wow now. I think the blackhawks were five million over the cabinet. Active thousand feet playoffs kicking. It's two oh it's in the lightning zero really. Are you sure that's allowed to one. That is allowed three. I'm pretty shirts three pack. Do they play th. They played this off the three one three one. Three one you mystic. So they know some people are pointing phone right now but jake right after his head. He was factually incorrect. We have a wrestling match or here. Jake will fuck you up not me. Thank you think you'll fix that. That that like salary cap gymnastics. I think that yeah. I think maybe the next cba the address it things that they address last time every time. There's a few gm's who they they'll read the whole cb negotiation and they'll find a way to manipulate it right whether it's like eating you know other teams players at can't be in the lineup. In order to gain draft picks and take on that salary. I mean coyotes have done it a few times. They took on hosa took on datsyuk. The end of Chris pronger's contract and you guys are dominant on all the lusa lunch hall affairs organized. Yeah chris pronger researchers so all right. I've accepted the fact that my team's not gonna go anywhere. Big cat doesn't have a either fight. I think you felt i did. I did hank. His a bruins guy. So i guess technically he's still in but who knows capitals aren't shitting. They beat them in the first round panthers days pants depending on who you believe right so i guess i'm asking who who would be a good bandwagon team for us to hitch ourselves. Because i think we said at one point we would be a maple leafs as canadian team but now it's like now that's virus has gone not looking so great for them. Should we stay with them. Personally i'm gonna just go with the sport hockey because i don't know if you know but like play hockey just different. I'm cheering respectful handshake. Line vegas because they they delivered your strew duo them. Yeah what happened around flower. I don't like flurry. he just broke my heart too many times. There's some there's some history there. I could get the avalanche like young fun team. Mckinnon what he. I think he. I think he's leading the the playoffs and goals right now. Yeah he's four. I don't look at the individual spoken like a guy who never scored a goal seven. I want seven goals. What was your best you should. You should also add like as years go on. No one will know like if you just say no next year. When i heard i had twelve mile seven and my best against the san jose sharks and i chased the goal. The goal goalie got pulled after. I scored against coaches like y'all this fucking scorn and you're out of here. Would you do retire. set me up. Walk me through what was going on in your head for your best goal ever. It was The first game after all star break. I was my legs cramping up because i drank a lot in vegas and we ended up You know having a good time during that all star break and then we were in the offensive zone against san jose. I think it was in the first or second period. Actually in alva recommend larson set me up in the slot and just it was the perfect setup. I ended up going top cheese and it made it three nothing. Jeez were you meaning to. Yeah i think yeah. I think so. In that moment yes and then we went up. You have a selling ready to go we we. We went up three nothing and here we go got it right here. Yeah there you go and then and then. They scored five unanswered. We lost. But i had my guy and i saw her on. Yeah oh yeah top cheddar. There's neon getting pulled your jack. I had my guy high fives to the bench. Todd mclellan water bottle swig. Get out replay. Here all right. That was all losing goal hat. That's your best goal ever. Yeah the yeah. I think you wanna cup with big box. That was this was after so during the blackhawks runs. Were you were you. Just follow them around trying to ride on their coattails hatrick sharp was Probably the nicest person of all time you guys have had him on spin chocolates. I'll maybe before. I was on he. he basically was like. Yeah you can come hang out. And when they won in thirteen and fifteen just like. There was a moment where i was on the bus. And it was like the whole team and just me. And cain was like. What are you fucking doing here. Sharpei invited me. Gave me the the fall. You fuck brought the blogger air for him. Especially because like the media doesn't didn't wasn't really nice to patrick kane. Did he. warm up after. Yeah big time yeah. He's probably the guy just called this guy block. That was my entire job then so it was totally now. Are you guys playing. Tummy sticks you you and patrick kane. I mean i haven't talked to while. I think if i saw him on the street he would say what's up. Yeah you saw him journeys crazy days to. Yeah yes he's cleaner quite a bit. So i think he has a kid. Yeah and i wasn't a setup escalated earlier on the podcast. Having a kid. I means nothing to everyone. Dump heavy loads the rope man. Is there a process to imprint. Impregnating a girl like you guys like what's you on you you're over. Maybe yeah but i'm saying like when you know you wanna get pregnant you go to the other and like drink wine one night and like you know go for a nice dinner and then you just come on me just raw dog dumping load after load and a company canal. Canals so romantic. Is that how it goes. Yeah nigga lightbulb goes off always wondered like it when you are getting pregnant the second after it happens walkway. You're like me dropping. Peter north loads and wants to north as part of this show. He's part of the show lori showed him to Scott health one. Get him on and ask how he was able to show on the show because that guy went off the grid like nobody has ever disappeared. Hard pops up every now. And then. I need people picture. People will take pictures of them within like in like florida. I think he lives in key west. Peter north we should we also showed his hired showed. Peter king cars. Peter king peter king. Actually he ate it. Like peter king was like. Oh that's a that's a penis. Weird that's penises. We're going to get back to paul visit in a second before we do wanna talk to you guys about our great great friends over at bir. Dogs i'm rocking fiber dogs right now. it's summertime shorts. Back big time. 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The the year saint louis went to their cup. Apparently they were having a blast throughout the entire playoffs. Getting lit up Usually on the road on the in the in the hotel they have this. I got away. Sweet where you can play all the video games and stuff. Apparently they were getting buckled. Big time in their in their road sweets wherever they were and even when Even when the la kings one their cup every time they wanna series they were. I didn't eight see when they wanted their first time. They were going out in hollywood like three or four nights in a row and they were just rip it up so The as far as vegas is concerned. I don't think anybody who's traveling to vegas right now. A stanley cup is drinking. The game has changed a little bit. Yeah i just like how you say vagus vagus organization yay the vegas vegas or asian is ill is top class. Jake where do you think. I think it's vegas. I think it's cool. You put your little put you in his back pocket speaking back. Have you recovered from when. I sweated you on saturday night. Live stream one. That's six months ago. Livestream to i think that was actually the night. That big cat impregnated his wife just got ten twelve hours stunt. How should we explain the fact that girls are not pregnant for nine months months. Yeah no biz. Like i blew his mind ten months. I had no clue because there's no month zero. Yes ten months. i'm tired. What else are we going to talk about All right what other big lake which you have from the playoffs Drinking coca cola radio yeah. I'm struggling guys as i sent four livestreams in a row couple interviews just carrying this whole almost all right back. I listing all the things you did and it's like that's a workweek. What's the other edmonton's down to. Oh mcdavid has not recorded a point. That's taken over in the game. They're playing longer. Mc jesus you guys call them that all the time. It's like i would think that a player that had earned that nickname would show up in the playoffs. It's hard because i mean he's he's basically having to live up to gretzky right in. Jesus actually gretzky give us give us rankings of young guys. Mckinnon mckinnon's matthews in my opinion. And then you're saying mcdade is number one. Yes mcdavid one of the skill set. I like mckinnon. Just because he's he's got this like pit bull attitude to where he just he'll throw hits and he's he's like tight bay like he just wants to like step on your throat and i embraced that in you know in a competitor a type of guy that i would want on my team. As my first line center perfect biz jinx Mcdavid has to assist tonight the edmonton oilers are up to. You knew i would have put a gazillion dollars on the fact that you would have put up a point after getting shot out in his two first games at home. yeah that was the easiest bent. Haywar where you guys that they were wearing the now. They were wearing sweaters on on. How much does that play in. Team comes out in their worst alternates. 'cause you see the oilers in game one. They were wearing the black with like orange. Were terrible they have great fucking jerseys and then they go with over. Think it just fucks everything up it. Br i mean that that is true though. Like look good. Play good right like when you're wearing your good play good. Yeah when you're wearing the throwback yogurts with the cool fucking the yes. Is that what his name is okay. Well they came out with a reverse retro this year which is one of the jersey. They had In the organization where it's like a what organization i love. I fucking love. How you yeah. That's the good stuff that's why people listen to your podcasts. There's a little things like that. I fucking love you say. I'm being genuine right now and it has the purple on it and i know that's Justin bieber's favourite colour and a lot of these young kids like the purple royalty in the in the uniforms now is another word. You like that. I say no unique uniforms organizations in uniform unique and Yeah we came up with a really nice reverse retro. I personally think that the katina is one of the nicest jerseys. All pro pro sports. What about a game. That was like the The oilers on friday night it was zero. Zero went to overtime win. It's one zero zero game in the playoffs are both teams just like afraid to make a mistake at that point after two periods of scoreless hockey. It's it felt like everybody was just really really tight. I mean those are games. Were on like perfect fit right in. Nobody's got a point. I don't point this is a great time other other than maybe the guys who are expected to get points and at some point somebody gets the point. Boy i love you. Are everybody's equal on the ice. What nobody's a minus. Yeah maybe if you look at the ice time there's a difference but it doesn't matter what is the moment a key point to it. When overtime hockey becomes drunk hockey's at the second overtime is the third overtime. 'cause you know that moment where it just becomes like guys are just falling everywhere sliding everywhere. It's not like nothing is crisp. everything is just fallen apart is just. You're hoping you get a lucky goal. I don't know how i can't. I don't think i've ever been part of a game. That went to like three or four overtimes. At that point. Everybody is so tired especially the guys who actually have to roll out there. I'll i'll i'll be quite frank if a game went into like second or third over time and i was playing in the nhl guaranteed. I wouldn't have the ice because there was like a slim chance. I hit it in the third period of a regular season game But yeah i. I would say at the point of about second overtime which happened in the carolina nashville series where nashville who was getting drastically outshot prevailing where the team who's working hard generating all these opportunities and stopped at a certain point. They're just like holy fuck. Yeah there's there's a level of fatigue that probably becomes a level of drunkenness. Yeah it's it's a point of it's like a great equalizer somewhere in that second overtime of playoff hockey where it's like. It has nothing to a skill anymore. It's just someone's going to get a balance and that will be the game that's a live bet thriller. Yeah it is but it's so much fun to watch like when you're you're like okay. This game makes no no censure just if you're rooting for a team you're just praying that you get that bounce correct and the bounce was in the nashville. Game is the fact that boston with the boys. Yup till the want. He was there his name. You didn't need me to taylor. And and he was crushing compton. You didn't need his name. Well fuck. I talked to. We'll all time. Stop stolid taylor never well. He's just more popular. And i did kind of forget his name there. I thought it was like taiwan or something and stuff. It's hard to figure out but anyway is there anything. It like offensive linemen love more than just young and beers and getting free tickets shotgun just probably free beers to go to hockey games. They become dana beers. And yeah that's true but anyway what were you saying about. The no clue that moment changed. That moment changed the whole game. Yeah when he got up. It was pure domination. By carolina he gets up jugs a beer front row center and then kisses his wife and the rest is history How much do you miss seeing yourself on tv. And having whitney be like more. Like paul missed the net. Ooh i don't miss those commercials at all guys but you wrote that right. You wrote that line. I wish we were there. And and we are struggling to find anything and we. We came up with allen which was sent to me. Think via twitter or something at point. So i re used it. Oh wow yeah breaking news because which said that you wrote that while i technically did on sat. Yeah okay you technically wrote it on set you read it on all tall guys material. You just think off. Never never never recycle fan except billy. Billy does that. That's what you're talking about. Where a sekai. Billy folks on his Room springer. he's taken a break. Somebody said oh. Somebody tweeted at us fraternity. Leave for billy. I thought that was funny but giving them credit. Not saying that i wrote it. You son of kept your mouth shut about that because it had us believing that you were like the mastermind behind that whole that whole vodka commercial. I thought on my feet. Are you trying to put me down. I don't want to wrestle. No i think i've already demonstrated on one. Jake jake jake will fuck you up. He's a pit bull. You were talking about one. Do you want a piece rough and rowdy while some thoughts some views. She got back in the booth together. We could we could see maybe maybe. Tnt maybe they'll be calling for us. Jake we should send in that tape. Yeah oh i did have a serious hockey media question for you now that. Espn is going to have rights to hockey. They're probably gonna talk about more. It's gonna be featured more on the air. I think they're going to try to hire somebody because what they do at. Espn they'll be like. We need to get our own. Version of ryan whitney paul net and ra and micro grenell. Shut out the rolex Who do you think they're going to hire. And they'll be like. This is our spitting chocolates people. Maybe got rafer. Ro got Boucher leah hextall. They just hired. And i mean bucci grosses there plenty of people. So what do you mean. I'm just saying. I think they're going to bring in somebody new. Somebody like younger. You can't you can't you. Can't replicate that magic on spitting chiklis you can't but they're gonna you know. They're getting replicate. Ra and y and biz being handled by grenell by the way he can't smell for you. Go on the broad being like okay type of drug or drink alcohol. Before i hit the pre- i actually genuinely appreciate the job. Mike grenell does because I to book you on this. I had to go through a booker. Yeah micro no. Yeah and then he was like what time you avoid at all cost. Considering the the amount of alcohol consumed over the last four days but i somehow ended up here and all right last. I'm holding it together last question. 'cause i know you wanna you wanna take a nap. Give us your stanley cup. Final in champion the flyers. We already know that as of right now you can pay. Anyone can redo this your redo your pmt redo. It's hard because they reset after the standings depends on. Who makes it right right i would. I would This we know how playoffs i would say colorado shut the fuck up colorado and just say who's gonna win colorado and tap on the final. Here we go. Wow so you go back. In fact they did win this afternoon and we still haven't gone full confirmation tampa. They didn't they weren't yesterday afternoon. So it's been more than twenty four hours. Since they went up three. So i would say colorado tampa and that would be good for hockey to to To southern markets in the united states throw deep south. you don't consider. Colorado colorado is basically based on the north south. The american scale would you auto is considered self-defense. No no it's not. It's not north or south it's west what fucking colorado's part of the south now. No you wouldn't say north or south for colorado. You see it's out west. If i took a map of north america and i said colorado consider that more south than most of the mark on. I think it's around the middle of north america because it's the middle of no the middle of of the country. Not you're saying north america's but that includes all of mexico to colorado fuck mexico. Mexico's doesn't go all the way to pay mexico's in north america. Yes okay. well then forget. What central america starts belise uso. Panama is known ahead of america panama. Guatemala guatemala central america. All right that's the best thing about these podcasts. I think half of your viewers probably our listeners. Probably didn't realize that mexico is a part of north america. But in no way would you call colorado. I guess if you know with business. I think we should start referring. I guess unerring the most skiing destination in america. We're still going to consider them part of the south. And also if you're going if you're talking from someone like from calgary colorado's cell gets so there it is. I met all the teams in play. They're one of the southern teams. I i call my brain. Are the coyotes this other hundred. There are west team. West south west is the west is la. That's that's west. Yeah south. I would consider it a southern team as well. Okay so what about saying anything. South of the canadian border is minnesota watch trade. That probably gave you your first real life example as to where colorado is and you just knew that goalie was going to team that was further south than the canadians. Yeah that's the sec. O i do have one last question so you gave us your your final are. Would you feel any pride. Or are you routing in any way for the canadian teams because it has so long like do you. I know you. You're you know you're journalist. You have a podcast that covers the entire league. You also work for an organization not a big deal. But if like push came to shove. Would you prefer a canadian team as a canadian to win. I would like to see the leafs win it but it's it would suck this year if they did with not fans in the building. Yeah because right now in. Canada is currently no fans. Which fucking crazy. Because you've got montreal montreal. Canadiens vs toronto maple leafs. Not one fan gets a c. at attendance. They said there was rumor. That later in the series that maybe montreal was gonna start having fans but even if it's like fifteen hundred people it's still the same so they're going to keep these divisions. I'll be fucking cool. So so what i'm hearing is is if Potentially if toronto ends up advancing to the conference final they might use arizona as a hub city. So let's shop. Let's let's say it happens. Colorado toronto plant a colorado. But where would tronto. Because they can't keep going past the border And unless at that point they allow it but they would make a place like Phoenix hub city. That would fuck up colorado because then they would be a northern team. Yeah in toronto was at least ronald. Let's thing if you're going arizona. You got the entire here playing a southern team from the north if you're colorado and and austin matthews connection to their in scottsdale sash phoenix would be cool. What's connection well. He was born there or raised there. Anyway it was another thing that happened there. Oh stop it stop. I thought that's what you were saying. I am sorry my last last question haircut again. I don't know actually like it. Distracts from your nose is completely checked out is your will. You've checked out the twenty five minutes ago lady like the hair. I think she has. She likes it. I might get some coal rose. You look like the do showed up at the start of old school like a here for the gang. Bang as you. That's at the start of the movie. Have you ever been in a gang. I know the andrew sachs all right. Have you been involved with the group sex. My left hand emirate andy. What about you big cat. You and patrick sharp on the on. The banks declined the milk. Entre thank very insightful. Jake if you ever been involved in group sex biz. Hey jake got some group sex for us to on one no back checkers and the host of nhl game on. Yeah yeah. Would you sacrifice for the school from get better in the booth. So eating less appealing a new. Your performance was going to be played to the masses. What if it had to go on the pardon. My take social accounts your group. Sex goes to the masses. But you have al michaels career. Oh albert you do that. I'll michael's careers very appealing a french. Lee an al michaels career. Would you also top top. Yeah he's right it. Would it would like gel. You guys as broadcast parts forever. You can't get closer with the guy than doing that. Yeah that's true that would be. That would actually be group suck. Yeah a little song. Who's got a which one would you some multiple partners. Which tunnel would you take. I'll you pick the ladies. What a gentleman. Yeah what. A gentleman hype is guitar. Day i'm sorry i didn't have much. 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So i'm not sure how much of a back story is needed. I think we need a backstory. It was another thrilling three-set match against hank inside stool stream stadium. He was on the winning end of marathons set taking a twenty five twenty three. I settled in his match went on evening. The series after twenty one nine second-set set victory and then came the third set. When i was fortunate enough to take that one in the series after a twenty one fourteen win but everyone is talking about her post game handshake. When i went up to hank and shook his hand after the final point i walked away after turned around and saw the hank was still down on the ground so i decided to go back and attempt to help them up. I got in the position to do that. Circus disgust. Excuse me can i finish. I got into position to do that. He rejected my offer. And when i walked away with the position. I put myself in. It did look identical to the allen. Iverson nice nose pointing it out those pointing it out there jake. I'm here to tell you that this was absolutely not the intention the here could. I have stayed just to the side and offered my arm out. Sure but that's not what happened. I get the hoopla over the position. I pride myself on being a positive person and having sportsmanship every time i compete and that is what i was trying to do here. I'm sorry that hank has to be on the other side of this as well. Because as i mentioned before that was not what i was going for i was genuinely trying to help him up. That's it more importantly for the second consecutive week we had five hundred dollars progressive jackpot winner. Congratulations steve cold for cashing in and going. Perfect on his picks and that that's too that's a deep drive to left to form part of this. I'll let you brought up the alan iverson thing. I loved the Beat around the bush. it did look like it. I think you should also remind people that you were merely positioning your hips and the most powerful stance possible. Lift him up off the ground right. I was trying to help him up you. You had squared your hips to henry. And i had no problem with anything. Jake from what my issue is. Entirely with like baby-faced jake pretending it was sportsmanship and was about where no. Hey psychopath video of him practicing no one on the other side union surgery to play before him he was. He's just your psychopath. Jake you did. We did on purpose. No you're you're it's all right. It's i had no problem with that as a competitor myself. I know that's how it is. But i don't pretend arena nerdy jake marsh when in reality the psychopath ending. Not pretending fucking love g and take my word All right before we Wake up his to end the chauffeur's number. I had another kid congrats on the sex. Thank you it was awesome much recommended. Have you ever ever chance to have a child or to get. how how. how do you do that. We already covered that. No but i the only thing. That sucks. And i was talking about this when i got in the office. Today is that i. It's also my who's back of the week should have been people gate keeping my life being like there's nothing worse than i'll tweet about a cubs game and they'll be like bro. Spend time with your family. Listen guys i got it set up I spend a lotta time with family. By the way i love being a dad. It truly is better than anything else. It's fucking awesome. It was the coolest thing ever having my son meet my daughter. He did like two minutes after he met her Go and get her a dog toy being like here this is this is it so i think he just thought he was going to have another stellar. That's honestly with sea like the nicest thing ever though. Because in his brain he thinks that the coolest thing that you can do a friend. His best friend is probably stella. Out of them is to get one of their favorite toys. Yes in brain. He was actually like this is good putting a crown on her and he was very sweet and he was happy and then Like five minutes later he tried to poker in the. I told you couldn't do that. And then he was like really mad at me but Yeah it was cool Everyone's healthy mom and baby girl are healthy. How are you. i'm. I'm great very little sleep but i'm great I appreciate though everyone's Congrats and who's trending on friday. It really does mean a lot. I know i don't talk a lot about my private life but When i do open it up. It's always nice. That people are nice. So i really do appreciate that and also shout out the one Story who stopped me on the street. On saturday. I was with my son and he asked for a picture. He looked like a better taller. Better looking taller. Version of billy football. He asked me for a picture so yes sure any went to grab his phone. Any pulled out his phone and out popped a magnum condom. So i was like well. that's cool. Do sic your life exactly different than mine. He's like oh. I didn't mean to do that. Also i thought it was very higher. You dude he was very selfless timing on your part. Yes because hank was trending on twitter. Yes people discussing. The stopover heard round the world and you immediately yeah so sat out of the equation like that's that's teamwork has a podcast co so in the. I know some people were asking like. Will there be a life. Part to facilitate is funny enough. We actually had planned to tape on friday at one o'clock my my my daughter decide to show up on friday morning. So we're gonna wait. We're going to hold off until we're altogether possibly later this summer because it will be better together we're gonna do it over zoom which would have sucked so we'll do that guaranteed whether comes a year from now. Six months two months we will do that. Podcast but Seriously it was an awesome weekend for my family. And i appreciate everyone's kind words and Yeah being a dad is the best and my son also just broke the Picking up the rocks and handing them to me like they're pieces of gold record on sunday morning at the park. Celje no big deal. I basically he's going to be an archaeologist. Yeah okay that's fossils which rocks geologist geologist. I had a professor in college who taught geology. His name is rocky. Yeah thought call rocks for jocks rocks for jocks. Oh the science class do you think do you think mellow ooh would if we took the same one of three or one until he took it. Yeah i thought you were talking about crack. Took that one no art. Let's see if we can wake him up so forty eight. Pf t if you're washing on youtube. Please subscribe on the youtube. Pt's putting a piece of pizza in his nose. Oh he's sniffing his humming. He's moving biz. What he say pizza pig number between one and his big number number twelve twelve. Hey biz you hear what apple connor mcdavid. No day lau. They lost their lead lead. Yes they did and then he liked destroyed water bottle after the game. People are mike. Trout trending on twitter right now because mcdavid lost any words. Did you listen to the show biz. They lost all right. Gimme eighteen forty six not eligible for those picking nine hundred eighty six nineteen nineteen. I wish we'd gotten them. I saw twelve dancing around him. I did too is. You should probably go home jake. You also be journalism fact journalism. Yeah dick clark was a huge fan of the flintstones and he wants purchase. A three and a half million dollar state in malibu california that was better than bedrock inspired. That's nice there's nothing worse than pussy palace. Adding someone doing a full podcasts. That you thought was a banger and having someone sleep through the entire thing like dot such an ego check on us love. You guys what to say you shying away mark so to say hey anymore. Determined john br.

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Sports Talk with Junior 02/26/21

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05:35 min | 5 months ago

Sports Talk with Junior 02/26/21

"Hey it's carla farrell from the c. Probably wanna show podcast. And i'm so happy to be here on the iheart podcast network being sponsored by. At and t. We both know firsthand that listening and being heard can lead to change. At and t. Knows all about this too. They started listening to their customers. Who spoke out that. They weren't getting a fair deal now. They're giving every customer both new and existing the same great deals so listen up and learn more about getting a great smartphone deal at att dot com slash deals restrictions apply. Hey it's carl ferrell from the city of harvey morning show on the iheart podcast network talking. At and t. We all want to be heard. And when you're not it's frustrating even if it's something as silly as the sandwich shop forgetting that extra avocado you ordered when no one listened to you. It's frustrating that's why it's so refreshing that. At and t. Is hearing you and making changes. They're giving every single customer new and existing the same deal checkout smartphone pricing. That's fair for everyone at att dot com slash best deals restrictions supply. All right. come on junior. You're are here with sportstalk what you got fourth today surely will What you said that. Nfl honest but they heard you. Dave really did the washington. Football team is in the process of figuring out is old new name. They they let. Let's say you said. They are on the way to doing heated genius. He to win. That made happen. Yes without anybody else. Say they look it happened. Nfl honors. i wrote a joke about limited naming. The joke was go ahead. Okay well let me. Just they depart. I'll get the party and you'll get to the joke. They let fans be a part of it. All the team wants a special new website. Washington journey dot com that features an area where fans could submit ideas for the next name and even include images for the uniforms and logo. Okay i'm telling the joe j. at nfl. On as i said. Nfl has one of the greatest brands in the world. Some of the most ingenious marketing minds of all that shield is well protected and rail promoted. So i'm trying to figure out how in the world washington risking couldn't come up with an all they had to do was come up with something. That wasn't racist and all came up with was the day on washington. Football team could have been to washington. Scandals came up with the washington alaska. Come up with the washington football team who pay day on people in involved. I'm telling you man and i'll tell you after that not washington football team and big laugh from the players anyway and now they got a website now site hato took. He did help. But i have to go with team timing. I mean i think it's a really the joke. But i'm in a position that i have to go with team right and your vote is so limited cause you ain't hibbert twice. They say you're well. I'm here on voting day. How about that. You vote on. Tommy already know what. Think if i video a young to learn the damn she'll just tell them you're welcome. Nobody's we'll find out what the team name going to open up. They heard you. That's all i can get involved in. Come up with a name. Yeah good me george. Washington skated del. Washington no washington leave owner jimmy. There all right coming up at the top of the hour. We'll talk about divorce kevin. Con- yea right after this. You're listening to morning show today on news. Four four to one of the most anticipated lists of the year consumer reports top new vehicle. Pick susan hogan is working for you showing you the safest most reliable cars for your money today at four. Pm on nbc. Four many kids in our area are back to in person learning and we are helping you. Keep them safe in the classroom. Working for you small steps you can take it home to protect them at school and expert advice. Ease anxiety for you and the kids this week on news. Four today on nbc. Four african king of comedy. Michael blassie here to share some clues of information about my must listen new pockets of michael blackson hosted by me and we cannot forget my co host. This chinese best friend. Thanks mike this right. Chinese best friend along with me is going to be chain. Don't a bissett is going dump this. You can find filter with michael blassie. The iheartradio app on apple. Podcast away gives a podcast.

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17. SAS Red Notice Part 2

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28:05 min | 3 months ago

17. SAS Red Notice Part 2

"So before we get into the episode word from our sponsors okay. So listen up. If you haven't heard about anchor the easiest way to make a podcast. Let me explain. it's free. There are creation tools that allow you to record. And edit your podcast right from your phone or computer anchor will distribute your podcast for you so it can be heard on spotify podcast and many more you can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make podcast in one place. Download the free anchor at or go to anchor dot fm to get started Long long all right everyone. Thank you for coming back to listen part. Two of this episode. Yeah when i first started out that episode. I did not plan to to break this up into two but i should have. I should have had the foresight to see that. This was gonna be probably a pretty long episode. And i didn't want to make it a whole hour or hour and a half because i know that can get pretty boring and you know that's not usually the the linked of episodes that i do so but anyway this episode I'm gonna be talking about the second or the action parts of Sas red notice. So y'all sit tight for all of that If y'all are listening to this on youtube Click the Subscribe and notifications bill to no one. I post more episodes So yeah let's just go ahead and get back into the movie. We left off when they were first getting on the train on and there was that mysterious woman in the wheelchair but then it goes to sophie and Tom and they're taking their seats. And sophie asks tom how he switches all on and off his job. It should be pretty difficult for anybody to to be able to do that. And she also asks him you know if it were her you know. What would he do what he shoots her in the face if she was coming out him with a gun and he answers are yes. Because you know he's become an adam with the gun and but Does he says that's why. I'm taking you to paris to stay on your good side. Kind of blows it off as a joke. And he goes to sleep there and There's a woman across the way on the other side of the aisle and she sees their there. Pda and small sophie. And then we go. We see that woman in the wheelchair again and she goes into the restroom and deny show back to sophie and tom sophie as is reading the newspaper and she sees grace on in the newspaper and she questions. Tom about who grace is and she wants to know everything but tom gets up and excuses himself to go to the restroom and we go back to the girl in the in the in the wheelchair which we find out is grace and she's peeling off the prosthetics that made her face. Look you know not like Made her the skies and dies this part. I want to take second. Would she was peeling her face off and taking taking prosthetic off. She had makeup on underneath the prosthetic. These are things that i noticed that you know that would make comes off even if she put the makeup on before she put the prosthetic going she wouldn't have makeup on. You know i. I'm just i don't know maybe i'm reading too much into that and i get it but anyways Back to the story. She's taking her face off. And there's a guy outside that is knocking on the door wanting in and She lets him in but she kills him and then tom is of course walking towards the bathroom. He sees her exit. But you know. He's not sure what he sees their think and he goes towards the bathroom and he opened the door and sees that man dead there and then he calls a sas headquarters and talks to his partner and tells him that he has grace on the train with him And that they're fixing to go into the channel tunnel on and so then they go back to sophie in that little old lady And they're talking Sophie is wondering where tom has gone off to and law lady. you know. Say just wait till he's older. It takes them longer. You know to go the restroom and all this and then it goes back to Tom's partner Talking to the supervisor this ask supervisor about Tom probably seeing a grace on the on. The train and those supervisor wants confirmation that it really is grace. And so. Tom's partner walks out of the out of the room and the supervisors sydney attacks. And then right after that we see grace. Get a text. That she's been flagged They're trying to tell us. Probably that this guy is aspire mall but at this point we really don't know who is 'cause we do know that the sas has a spy our mall but at this point we really don't know who it is so they go back to tom and he's on the phone with his partner and he tells him that he will get confirmation that it is in fact grace and then it goes back to Sophie in the old lady. And they're kind of bonding over sophie's relationship with tom and in all of this and then It goes to the black swan. They're getting ready to make their move. And i go in and they kill the train driver and stopped the train and then you know jostles everybody but it. It's on now. You know that this is getting real so get off the train Go to the other side and a rendezvous with more of the black swan and they're giving everybody a briefing on what needs to be done and everything like this. And then tom comes around and sees them and he starts shooting at him but They you know they. They start shooting back at him and he goes to. The other side are back to the side where the train is in la tries to lock them out but they have explosives and so they explode through the door and it causes the whole side of the train to to explode sending glass everywhere and everything so back to sophie and the old lady she has. The old lady has glass in her leg and sophie's trying to help this lady China help everybody. You know. because she's a doctor and They show Tom Trying to get a hold of sophie. But she doesn't hear the phone ringing because uh she's tending to the old later. An aim grace you know. She's given orders to her people to find tom. Because you know he's armed and skilled and so but anyway and it goes back to tom and he's trying to make his way back to sophie but The the black swans aboard the train by this point and they start making their demands to the hostages to sit still and and get back in your seats and all of this and through some of the chaos Tom gets out of the train again. because you know they they kill a man because he wasn't sitting down and all this but then he gets out of the train and he calls his partner again and says that he doesn't know what's happening but he's going to He's gonna try and find out and for his partners telling them to just wait until they get there but he tells them that He tells his partner to just text him when he gets there and he's gonna keep trying to search the train and it goes back to sophie and you know it goes to grace and she's in there and she's telling she's given demands to the hostages to just Sustain their seats and they won't get hurt and of course through all of this grace text the pulse of the old lady and of course this old lady is already passed away so in it shows tom. He's outside of the train and he's taking pictures of the situation and he's synonym to his partner and his partner talking to the supervisor about you know what tom is doing and The supervisor's telling his partner to get him out because he's put innocent. Lives in danger. But tom you know has confirmation that it is in fact grace doing this and then the sas are making their move to come to the tunnel and It shows the black swan and they're getting ready to drill a ton of you. Know drill into the tunnel And at this point we really don't know what they're doing but anyways then it goes back to the two inside the train and the Spikes ones are trying to collect all the phones To get you know trimmed the hostages and stuff and and sophie. She hides her phone in her boot so that they don't they don't take her from her and of course. She sees the texts from tom that he's coming to get her And then she picks up a random phone on the floor and hans that over as her phone and a news comes on. You know that word has got about this hostage situation on the train. And they show the Prime minister talking to clements about you know this is a problem you know. He wants to know why grace's still breathing and all of this and if word gets out about what Grace's her demands are and what you know what's happening then. Then the prime minister will be in trouble but also clements will be in trouble He's just trying to threaten clements. If he doesn't get this job done that it will be bad for everybody and So clements has full control of the situation because it's on a british soil and so they go back to the train and grace Is walking through the train asking for everybody's phone and there's a man there this as he had lost his phone so she shoots him and there's a little girl there that gets i think she'd get some of the bullets fragments stuck in her arm. And right here. This is where. I think that maybe grace my have a small soft spot for children because she starts asking if there's a doctor on the train and then of course i could be wrong right here because you know. They just wanted to make sophie and important character. They brought that in there but She starts asking if there's a doctor on the train and everything of course. Sophie is that doctor and she wants to take the child into the bathroom to to take care of this. You know this child's injury And tom sees this because he's on the outside of the train and he sees them taking sophie in child to the bathroom. So he ducks under and He's gonna go under the but under the train and try to take the The toilet mechanism off so that he can get to sophie but meanwhile outside of the tunnel the sas has arrived and they have to explode their way into the tunnel In that's gonna compromise them. They're gonna that's gonna let the black swan know that they're there but Tom meanwhile underneath the train trying to take the toilet off of the off the bottom of the train and sophie is the training to the little girl and when he finally gets the mechanism screwed off Actually i'm a little ahead of myself. the sas are setting up And clements finally arrives. And he's he's wanting to debrief on the situation and everything and The sas supervisor guy says that he doesn't they're blind they don't know what's happening inside the tunnel but that they do have a man inside that that is tom and of course clements. You know he's making these demands that you've got to get in there and you've got to kill gray. She's the target since he's confirmed that they gotta get in there. But the supervisor doesn't want to move yet because you know he his. He says his job right now is to get the civilians out of this situation but Clinton him have two different agendas at this point because clinton just wants grace killed and you know you get that done but The supervisor guy he doesn't he wants to save. Hostages are save as many people as possible and if they move in on grace right now that grace will be are not grace but there will be casualties in this situation so so underneath the train. Tom has finally gotten the toilet off of the train. And he's talking to sophie to get her out and so if he doesn't want to leave because she wants to help. There are more people on the train that need her. Help but tom is trying to tell her that. There is a team of sas soldiers fixing the con- you know fixing to engage on this train. And if she is there she will you know. Nobody's going to survive and But she she. She refuses to get off and But she asks tom to save the little girl instead so He he agrees to do that. In and outside of the train the sas are making their move And they start shooting and the sophie till tom to Hitter in a face so that it looks as though it doesn't look like she helped him and the black swan come into the bathroom and see that they start shooting. Of course you know. It's all chaos and the the sas decide that they need to retreat because they've been compromised so they start to make their retreat moves mitts and So grace comes into the bathroom and see sophie laying there on the floor and she's asking what happened here and you know of course Her her men give her briefing on what you know what they think what they think might have happened and everything you see in any way but then only comes in her brother and he's talking to her about what was going on outside and they talk about His shooting skills and all this and she sent him off to go. Look for The player which is tom And outside on the train Tom and the little girl are sneaking Do do decide of that train. And her foot gets caught in a great so as she makes a little bit of a whimper so that alerts the black swan they start to. You know alerting and looking. But tom takes her to the roof of the train so they could hide and leaves her shoe there. Okay and so the sas team go back to where the sas have set up Surveillance and they are confirming to the supervisor. Guy that is a trap and clements is is questioning. How come This job has not been completed yet. You know why. Why aren't they doing what they're supposed to be doing. But anyway back back in the train tunnel Grace's brother 'ali he is Looking for tom and he sees the shooter in the great And then it pans up to the top of the train. And and tom in the little girl are hiding on top of roof and tom is laying there next to the little girl and he's trying to make her feel at ease and it goes back to the sas team back at the surveillance Area and there's a call coming in on the On our surveillance equipment and It's grace she wants to talk with them. And make her demands and everything instances where she reveals the government or what the prime minister anyway was doing and also that you know how clements is involved and so this is the first time that that sas Supervisor guy is hearing anything about all of this I believe his name is a major bissett but you know he makes demands of his own that you know if they do what she asks That she has to release some hostages so she agrees and she wants to see but she tells him that he has to come and get them himself and bring bring clements. Weather are with him and so it goes back to the train. Where with Tom and he is talking to little girl and french telling her not to worry that he's going to get her out And the little girl asks him And what about the lady you know that helped her talking about sophie and he says he's going to you know get her out to she doesn't get blown off and all this and the little girl questions him if the woman is his wife and he says not yet but she will be once we get to paris and he pulls out the ring and shows a little girl you know that he wants to propose to her and all this and the little girl says are you in love with her and he says he can't explain i mean he is but he can't explain why you know and She also asks him. Why didn't you take her out. And he said that's also something i can't explain and she says that There's a lot that he can't explain. But i you know. I can understand right here because you know even if it's hard to explain how you feel about a person especially in the early stages you know and and it's also if if if he's got some mourn like sophie she's going to stay and help other people no matter what you know. He can't he can't just drag her out of there he would if he could but he can't so anyway and let me say right here to Sam speaking in french is so sexy. Okay i'm sorry but that's that's getting out of the movie i know but Yeah now man is sexy okay but anyway back to the movie so clement and bessette are getting ready to go in and and and talk with grace and Tom is meanwhile up on. The roof is getting ready to make his move and he checks. He checks to see what's in front of the train there and he sees it. There's a guy there and he tells a little girl though. Know wait for my signal and then slide down and then don't stop until you reach you know the you know degree door to safety. And so he gets down and he catches you know he suits with the guy that guy and then he catches a little girl and she starts running off and then he gets out and goes to hide and he gets shot in the. But i'm sorry. I don't mean to laugh but anyways and grace's wondering where the player is you know and he's been alert. You know people had been alerted to that. Tom is on the move and everything so bit. Anyway so clements and bissett like i said earlier. They're getting ready to go. Talk to grace and bizet puts declan. That's Tom's partner's name He puts him in charge and He tells him until he gets back. And then it comes back to grace in the in the train as she's talking to sophie. It's he's questioning towfighi about. Who was the guy that helped her helped a little girl escape been you know. How do you know him is he your husband. And all this and the other Black swan lady Makes the discovery that the phone that she had had handed over earlier was not her phone And so gray grayson's them to go look for Sophie's phoned inside the restroom and but grace once the black swan lady to be professional about it. But of course you know they go in there and they start looking for. Grace's are sorry sophie's phone and that the other black swan woman. She's not being very professional at all. And she's you know she's dippy very inappropriate and everything like that and grace comes in there and tells her you know to to be professional and tells the other girl to go down and look for the phone in on so they go to tom at. He's speaking around. And he gets a first aid kit for his good shot wound in everything and then it goes back into the train where sophie and grace are and she's She's still questioning sophie if she knows the player and How does she know him And how long. They've been dating and everything and so if he still insisted that she's never met him but you know he's he started so like her type and goes back to tom and he's like i said he is fixed pudding. I aid to his wound. And i wanna take a cigarette here guys. I've watched many kilts. And i've watched outlander and i've watched this movie all in the last three weeks or at least two weeks i have been able to see sam. Humans bump but okay anyways. I don't know why. I had to bring that up but i watched the wedding episode. And if you guys washout lender y'all know what i'm talking about and then on mini-kilts. He went skinny dipping in the ocean and watching this movie. Yeah anyway. I don't even know on bringing that up. I just you know it's an observation. I've just made but anyway back to the movie tom. He's hiding behind that Rescue trucker or maintenance choking. I think it is and the people are drilling have made it through Have you know drilled through hole and they need to go and let grace note that they've they've cut they've gone through and meanwhile underneath the train that girl has found sophie's phone and Clements and bissett are getting ready to board the train to save the hostages and talk with grace and all of that Guys i just realized. I am at twenty five minutes and i still have a whole hour left of this movie so i think i'm going to go ahead and cut it off right here and this is going to be a three part podcast thing. I am so sorry. I would keep going. I would make this whole our podcast. But i just don't think that y'all wanna hear me talking and talking about this movie For a whole hour. So i'm going to cut it off right here and this episode of the podcast is going to go up on tuesday so i will do another part to this podcast Finish it up on. Hopefully i'll be finishing it up on on thursday on that'll be my next free day and I will be getting to the listener feedback all of that on that episode. But that's gonna do it for this episode Y'all keep having fun. I just it doesn't it. Wouldn't i don't know.

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