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NGOPI #27 - Membentuk Akidah Anak (Ustadz Dr. Sujian Suretno, S.Th.I., M.M.)

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NGOPI #27 - Membentuk Akidah Anak (Ustadz Dr. Sujian Suretno, S.Th.I., M.M.)

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It's an Everyday Millionaire Theme Hour! (Hour 3)

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It's an Everyday Millionaire Theme Hour! (Hour 3)

"Live from the headquarters of ramsey solutions broadcasting from the dollar car rental studios. It's the ramsey show where debt is dumb cash is king and the paid off. Home mortgage may mean near an everyday millionaire. It's an everyday millionaires theme. Our we want you to call in if you're a real millionaire. We're going to talk to you this hour and for the rest of you. We're going to teach you. What real millionaires do not. What you're broke brother-in-law thinks and not what some idiot hack political person with an ax to grind. Wants us to move towards socialism. Thinks we're gonna teach you where real millionaires come from spoiler alert. You can do it. You can do it when you live like no one else later. You can live as a millionaire and give like no one else now because there are political idiots out there And people who have entered the conversation in the name of wealth equality or inequality or whatever. The discussion needs to be with that. We have to address a couple of basic definitions. Millionaire is an accounting term. You don't get to make up your own definition. There is a singular definition. That is the truth. A millionaire is not someone that makes a million dollars a year. A millionaire is not someone that has a million dollars cash. Although that person could also be a millionaire millionaire refers to billionaire also refers to net worth your net worth is. What you own minus what you know now. Various people in different accounting functions include some assets and don't include some assets. I mean you can put your clothing in there if you want but your clothings not really worth anything. So that's a bunch of crap. Okay so but what do you actually own that you can turn into money. And what do you. Oh what you own minus what you owe your assets minus liabilities equals your net worth when you do that in that bottom right hand corner. That number is a million dollars or greater you are a millionaire. It's not a feeling. I don't feel like a millionaire doesn't matter million dollars isn't enough anymore doesn't matter we're not discussing feelings and we're not discussing what's enough. We're telling you how you become a millionaire. It's when you have a one million dollar or greater net worth. Does it solve all your problems while crap. No it actually brings you new ones. Okay does it but but one problem. You don't have as you can afford the tylenol for the headache okay. One problem you don't have is you. Don't have to worry about putting tires on your car anymore. One problem you don't have is. You're not gonna retire. Retiring count on social insecurity to take care of your but Which is an absolute nightmare. You actually have some money. That's what a million areas so we're going to talk to real millionaires them. What they did how it's made up and how they got there. Because there's a lot of mythology around mid airs. The phone number here is triple eight. Eight to five five two two five. I don't care how you became a millionaire. I wanna talk to you because we want to tell real people. What real millionaires do how they did it. So that real people can say. I want to do it that way. If all of you won the lottery then we'll all line up for the lottery. Which by the way. That isn't how it worked okay but you know whatever it is. We want to copy you millionaires. So we can be one of you. That's the purpose of this hour. The every day millionaire theme. Clint is our first millionaire. Up in chattanooga tennessee. Hi clint how are you. I'm doing great. Dave hour you better than i deserve. What's your net worth. One point three million good for you. Break that down for me by category. How much in your retirement. How much in your house and so forth We've got about six hundred and twenty thousand and retirement savings we've got Between our home and a piece of land we own. That's about three hundred and eighty thousand and we've got three hundred thousand then cash and other savings good for you well done. How old are you thirty seven years old. Wow young millionaire. So how much of this did you inherit sir. None zero and what was your range of income your best working year and your worst working year. best would have been last year we made about two hundred and twenty five thousand And worse would have been when we first got married. We started at about eighty four thousand. What are you guys. do for a living. What do you do. I'm a vice president A construction company in the estimating side and my wife sees a Quality manager at a major carpet manufacturer gotcha and you have a four year degree. we do. We both have bachelor's degrees. Okay what's your degree in. Construction management britney's is in industrial engineering. And you're both using it. Good what's your gpa. In college we were mid threes real good but nothing real bad either. Gotcha okay. How much of this one point. Three million dollars in net worth thirty seven years old. Do you think you have because you borrowed money to create wealth. Well i learned about you. My senior year of college. And i've seen debt as the arch enemy of well since then so zero zero. So you haven't leveraged your way into this so to speak. Okay no sir all right. You did this really quick. I'm very proud of you. Very impressive. show there's a twenty two year old guy who's in construction management listening to you right now. How'd you do this in fifteen years. What do you tell him. Well my my mom was going through financial peace university and handed me the cd's From the class and said you need to listen to this guy And it clicked as soon as i listen to it and I would say probably The number one thing will be choose your spouse wisely because yes you just saying yeah. Yeah yeah if you've got somebody that's willing to lock arms with you and call scrape sacrifice to make any goal. There's really nothing you can't do. And if you can eliminate the number one calls that divorce in your marriage early on and you know the other things are minuscule. Compared to that so yeah. That's so impressive. That's very very insightful. Okay so sometimes people think that if you did this quick that you have had no life during the last fifteen years diogo go on vacations and enjoy your life during the last fifteen years now absolutely. There's there's portions of the baby steps where you know. You're you're sacrificing the fun of life at times but We we do plenty of things and right now. We do pretty much anything you want to do. Yeah i guess so man. Congratulations making a couple hundred thousand dollars a year. Not a payment in the world. Two million three net worth thirty seven. So that means that my guesstimate is. You're probably going to be worth ten to twenty million dollars at sixty five. That would be the goal. Yeah that's kind of mind mind-blowing starting from nothing so it absolutely can be done. That's the moral of the story folks so there is construction management guy. He's not a star in the nba. he doesn't have his own state farm commercial. You don't know his name and at thirty seven years old. He's worth one point three million dollars. I'm telling you folks you can do this. And i'm gonna continue to show you you can do it and i'm gonna continue to punch people in the mouth or say you can't do it. This is the ramsey. Show business leaders. If you're hiring for spring get started now at ziprecruiter dot com slash ramsey. Whether you need to hire a civil engineer or an underwater basket weaver ziprecruiter's technology finds people with the right experience for your job and invites them to apply. No wonder four out of five employers. Who post on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day. And now you can try for free at this. Unique web address. Ziprecruiter dot com slash ramsey. It's an everyday millionaire theme. Our this is the ramsey show. We're talking to real millionaires. Mythology is out there about where wealth comes from in america. By the way you'll hear on this show and you will hear from the largest study of millionare's ever done in north america airtight research that the vast majority of millionare's did not inherit their wealth as a matter of fact seventy nine percent of the millionaires inherited zero. Another five percent inherited a small amount. Like five thousand dollars not enough to make any difference at all towards becoming a millionaire and another five percent inherited money after. They were already millionaires. So let me help you with that. Seventy nine plus ten is eighty nine. That's nine out of ten. Millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money. That's a statistical fact a fruit loop writing a blog in his mother's basement. What's that matter. It matters because you can do. It is what this says. Oh by the way in. The top five professions teacher was number. Three in the largest study of millionare's ever done webster's with us in the lobby on the debt. Free stage do is to tell us about being everyday millionaire. Where do you live here in nashville tullahoma. Tell him down the road just down the road. Yeah love it. I've got a lake house right down by hud. Yeah cool stuff. So what's your net worth webster. One point four million good for you give me a little break down on that retirement real estate so forth Two hundred fifty thousand dollars is the house One million dollars in retirement and then two hundred thousand in cash and a taxable investment account. Good for you well done. How old are you sixty four. Great okay you're supposed to say look. Don't look like you're sick people. You look like you're you're like you're on the thirty second anniversary of your thirty second birthday. And so why was your. What's your range of income in your working life your best year working your worst year working well. Worst year was one of the first started in one thousand nine hundred. And nineteen. Seventy seven making a whopping four hundred dollars a month okay. Forty eight hundred dollars a year. Yeah all right to a high of one. Eighty one eighty good for you. Why did it go very cool. So how much of the one point four million did you inherit two hundred thousand two hundred thousand okay. Were you already a millionaire when you got that. No so we got out of debt September two thousand and five in then. My inlaws were at third final stages of life so we get some gifts from them And then in two thousand eight my father-in-law past we inherited the house. That was paid for When we moved to a home in august two thousand eight. We sold a paid for house so we got one hundred and something thousand dollars for the house. Then plus oh the gift so from my wife's side of the family we inherited two hundred one hundred sixty thousand gotcha. When my parents passed we got about another additional forty thousand but by that time. We were millionaires. Okay but you almost were before that. Then yeah yeah. Okay all right cool so i think it it boosted you but i don't think we say you are a millionaire because of inherited money. No no but it definitely gave you a leg up. Started the the the first Money into the first. Ira came from gifts. Friday the inlaws cool and you said your career was not. It okay very good very good and what was your gpa. In college. I have no degree. Not agree so he wrote a great show high school education. Yes okay good for you and you wandered into. It in the seventies have been self taught sense yes or courses or whatever right short law circuit couple of hundred certifications. Yeah bet mainly because I listen to you been listened to you since november nineteen ninety nine and so over the years. Listen to you listen to others especially when entreleadership started yeah invest in yourself invest in your skills invest in your knowledge so when we started our so are we just had our twenty year. Dave ramsey anniversary march twenty fifth. Wow so when we started. I was making thirty six thousand a year. Okay and then over the four and a half years that we've paid off one hundred ninety seven thousand dollars Our average income was forty eight thousand. You know there's an interesting insight there. I i really appreciate the history together and I'm proud of that. I'm proud of you guys with what you've done but here's the interesting insight this idea that okay. You're just run a calculation you're safe you invest this much a month. You'll be a millionaire invest. If one hundred dollars a month from age twenty five sixty five a twelve percent. It's one point it's one may one seventy six thousand dollars okay. So hundred dollars a month. You know so that that'll make you think about where he's been hundred. Try so you just run that. But here's the thing it's never that simple because what's happened is is the only way your money grew was you continued to grow as a person. Yes holistic thing going on here your spiritual walk your relationship your marriage. All of those things have to continue to grow and blossom as well or the little math formula workin. Doesn't i mean you've grown you faster than this money grew even yes is one in amounts to that's beautiful. I love that. I have never seen that before. That's a very interesting insight. So what advice do you have a twenty five year old techy. That's out there. Can they become a millionaire. Yes they can my advice to my twenty five year old self. What had been to have listened to a very wise woman. That are north of time mrs campbell. She was day before. Dave is dave in her vice was always pay cash. Never have debt. Always save an always of this for your future and always give yes. Yeah and i wish my pigheaded stubborn obnoxious arrogant twentysomething self would have listened to her. Yeah yeah this'll be four million but you did okay. I'm sure he's still got a million four. I'm so proud of you. Congratulations living the american dream. Thank you for taking time very very nice. Brian is with us. Brian's in raleigh north carolina. Brian what's your net worth. One point one million days. Good for you give me a little break down by category on that. How much retirement. How much real estate so forth. Sure i'm pretty Real estate heavy About eight fifty in real estate and the remainder that would be in retirement for one k. Okay so like three hundred out then all right. Yeah about that good for you. How old are you twenty seven. How look at you dude. Well done all this real states paid for now. Yes sir wow all right so tell me about your best year in the four years. You've been working. What's the bench five years seven years. You've been working. What's your best year in worst year on income Best just a low of two hundred My start out. Maybe sixty uh-huh okay. What do you do. I got married in there too so that adds a lot to assure. Sure what do you do for living do it. Work i take good for you. Okay there we go and this is theme right here. And how much of this money did you inherit None of the dave. Other than i mean i gotta carlin. I turned sixteen average price and The rest. I've kinda worked. I've done online. Okay so did you get a four year degree or are you working starts. I get a forty for your degree from the university. It science yeah career science now computer science. Yeah okay and what was your. What was your gpa. About three point nine. Good for you okay. All right so tell me the story because this is you did a large amount in a short period of time. It looks like every dollar you made went into paid for real estate. yeah I've always liked real estate Really fortunate i work all through even know worked all the summer school. I worked After after school. I worked fulltime. What power were you when you bought your first piece of paid for real estate Take down my first house. When i was twenty one way to go bryan man. What a great story. Thank you for sharing that. It's an every day millionaire theme hour here on the ramsey show If you do not believe that you can become a millionaire that you can build wealth in america. Today there is a one thousand percent chance that you will not bill wealth because you will not go do the things that will cause you to build wealth. Because you don't think they're going to work. You think the game is rigged that you don't have a chance to win and you do have a chance to win so it is my job to help you with your belief and the way i do that is i use facts. Not mythology not political jargon not made up things but detailed depth research and talking to real people who have become wealthy during their lifetime. One definition of wealth is your net worth. It is the most used definition of wealth to be a millionaire. What you own minus what you. Oh so if you have at least a million dollar net worth and you're in that situation call me. I want to tell people what everyday millionaires really look like. Not what the media says not what the left wing nuts say because oh it it. There are systemic problems with our economy in the little men can't get ahead. you can't get ahead of. You're a woman you can't get ahead of your. You can't get ahead if you're bald boomer. Which would be me. You can't get ahead. I'm so stupid. Guys i had to do it twice. I was a millionaire. But the twenty. Eight and i lost everything because i was stupid borrowed up to my eyeballs. I got rich quick. Built a house of cards and it caved in. And i had to go do it again. The second time i did. I did it using the principles. I've taught you for the last thirty years since going broke. So i've done it twice. You can become a millionaire. You can build wealth in america but see a farmer that believes that if he plants seeds that no crop poll grow would never plant seeds. That would be weird requires a level of fate the level of belief. That if i plant something. I'm going to grow something. If i save and sacrifice and stay out of debt and be a grownup adults devise a plan and follow it. Children do what feels good then. I can become a millionaire if you do not believe that because the systemic problems in the economy the the deck is stacked and people say stuff like i mean i grew up. I hear people saying the little man can get ahead. Little man can't get ahead. You work for the main like yours. You're freaking spirit animal. You're never gonna go to hear loud. Trow ooh love lobster beach and then you die you know. Oh my god you defeat fatalistic idiot. But i tell you what man you don't have to be that way you can choose to plant corn and wallah corn will grow. If you save money you will have some if you stay out of debt and live on less than you make. You will eventually build wealth even if you screw it up. you'll eventually get their. Kevin is our next millionaires in mobile. Alabama kevin what is your net worth. Sir we just crossed the threshold. One million and forty two thousand dollars. Love it good for you. Give me a little break down on that by category much real estate. How much retirement so forth. I we have right at. This is probably a low ball number. Three hundred thousand is our home and it's paid for Six hundred and eighty thousand and our investments. Four one k. Ira ross are race of course And then sixty two thousand in fund money market. You know cash and other savings. How old are you sixty. I just turned sixty three good for you. And how much of this did you inherit zero. Okay and what has been your working income your best year range and your worst year Last year it was mostly my income. My wife retired january of last year. My income last year was right at eighty six thousand. What did she make. She was working She probably making sixty plus one hundred. Fifty thousand dollar household income is a high point. Yeah yes sir. What was your low point household income Probably you know. I'm i'm guessing. You know forty yeah okay and what was your career. Well i'm i'm still working I'm i'm at work in production. Inventory tro logistics warehouse management basically logistics and warehouse management. Gotcha and you have a four year degree. No sir. I do not to your okay. In what industrial management. Yeah and then you used it good okay and what was your gpa. In that to your Well i was up there i was. I did it real late in life. I graduated when i was fifty. So after my squandered chances i probably was right at three point. Nine four point. Oh yeah good for you because you actually understood but you're supposed to do. Yeah yes sir. Yes sir good for you good for you. So what do you tell. A young man with a high school education is working in logistics. You can go get his two year associate's later and he's running his career kenney still be a millionaire. Yes sir I you know my stories kind kinda like yours. I messed up in my thirty nine years old. I lost everything. Long story won't go there. But so i had the second half of my life. I've done a lot better. Bear bryant was quoted saying. There's a lot of blood sweat and guts between dreams of success. No the quote. He says it don't give up at halftime. Concentrate on winning second half. And that's what i've done. Second half of my life. We buckle down and concentrated and and here we are learned that heroes or not somebody you see on the movie screen wearing capes. He rose sometimes wear hard hats. Steel toed boots. I've got a hard hit sitting next to me. I got my steel toe clue on and here we are. Yeah now there's a whole bunch of heroes at dress like that. I can tell you. They're not only heroes in the financial world where he rose spiritual world and in the leadership world and everything else re real men and women that are getting crap done out there and not sitting on some cable news network whining. Yes sir so good for you man. Good for you. I'm proud of you. Well done well done. Thank you sir. I appreciate you calling insuring your story. Congratulations on that break in that plane. Baby you debt touchdown. Well yeah jessica is whether it's jessica is in sacramento. Hi jessica. what's your net worth. Hi dave are net worth as one point two million good for you and give me a little break down by category. How much real estate and retirement and so forth so real estate you know. We are in california in houses paid off and it's worth just over six hundred thousand good and then we have about six hundred in roth. Ira mutual funds 401k's etcetera doctor and then about fifty thousand cash. Good for you well done. How old are you. I am thirty nine and my husband is forty one good for you. Young millionaires good. How much of this one point did you inherit. Well we were fortunate. We had Grandparents and great grandparents left us a little bit of money so about seventy thousand of that was from them fifty thousand when i was eighteen so there wasn't much left after very long. Okay that's a millionaire because of this inheritance or it gave you a boost. It gave us a boost. Okay but it you. You obviously didn't hair it a million dollars okay. And your income range. What was your best year household income and your worst your household income. Since you've been working on our worst year was when we both got off of active duty and there was about fifteen thousand and our best here was this last year about two hundred forty. Three thousand cool. What do you do for living. I am a registered. Okay cool and i have a nursing degree. What was your gpa. Degree was four point zero. Four point out you got it get after it. I love it okay. So young nurses out there. You're young nurse but even younger just coming out of school boards. Can she still become a millionaire. What do you tell her to do. Quick choose your life partner wisely and always move at the speed of who they like. The plague love it move at the speed of cash and avoid debt like the plague. You're listening to real millionaires. Who built real well. This is not theory. These are real people that are doing it. You can too. This is the ramsey show our scripture today proverbs. Thirteen eleven dishonest money dwindles away. But whoever gathers money little by little makes it grow. Oh stephen king said what separates the talented individual from the successful one. It's a lot of hard work. 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It's beautiful and it's easy to find stuff The other one had been built like a country house. We kept adding rooms over the years. New architecture was just a wee bit unstable to say the least. So we're so excited. About how strong and powerful and easy. This new one is just for you guys so well done. This is a millionaire theme. Our we talked to real millionaires people with a million dollar net worth more greater to get from them. How they've lived how they did that to convince you that you too can do. This ryan is in indianapolis ryan. What is your net worth. One point one one point one million give me a little break down on that Mix twenty and everything. Two hundred farmland Three fifty retirement or fifty Equity in the house hundred thousand in investments in russia's miscellaneous cars toys. Good for you. How old are you thirty five. And my wife's forty one. Wow young millionaires today. Lots of how much did you inherit. Okay and what was your best household income working year and your worst household income working here zero and We're about two hundred now cool. What do y'all do for a living. expedite freight and my wife works. She's an orthopedic surgical manager. Okay all right cool and you have a four year degree. No not agree My wife has a bachelor's so you got to high school and she's got a bachelors. Okay cool cool. So how do you become a millionaire thirty five. What's the secret There is no secret you just gotta work for it and save I think that as long as you're having fun pretending like eighteen hundreds you know never need borrow money and live below your means Before we had kids that are for work. Sixteen to twenty hour days and we're living in a rented trailer and We did that to build a solid foundation and to save spilled on house. Okay and you got paid for farm and a house with a bunch of equity and a bunch of money in retirement. All at thirty five years old is there. Yeah way to go man. I'd house we just saw picture of pop up on youtube. it's beautiful. That's a good looking house man. Well done a lubbock congratulations. I'm proud of you guys okay. So today all of the networks were slightly over a million one point. Three one point four one point one one one point two one point one. There are no ten million dollars calling it a day. No five million or even to main colin but the ages were unusually young today said twenty seven forty one thirty five and sixty four and sixty three By the way the statistical average of a millionaire in america today is fifty two on average. It took them seventeen years to get there from the time. They got their crap together and start working on it. Okay because we all a lot of people go through the you know the blue period where they just do stupid stuff like i lost everything in my twenties. I just start over right And so then seventeen years later quicker than seventeen out my next million back. They always say the second millions easier. You know it is. It is because you've done it and you know you can do it when you've never done it before you don't know you can do it. You think you can do it. You see other people do it. You think this is gonna work. You can do the math. You can do the projections but once you've lived in it and done it you've felt it. You walked in it you go. Oh yeah i can do that and then you go. I think. I need to work on ten may and then i need to work on thirty million and then you need. Once you've done it you know you. What's the next thing you're gonna do. What's the next process and so these guys did it. And by the way out of them one of them inherited two hundred one of them inherited seventy both of them said those were booster seats. They were not the reason they become a millionaire. But it did help and obviously if you get a hundred or two hundred thousand or something like that does help you become a millionaire but let me tell you what the mythology is if you do. Take mike and go down the street. The man on the street interviews right and you say. Tell me about wealthy people. They inherited their wealth. And see if you believe that and you don't have a rich uncle that means you're screwed. So why win. Why go out there and save my go out there and try to be successful because the only way to be wealthy as inherit your money. The game is rigged. And if you don't happen to win the lottery in a wealthy family you're not going to get there. That's that's the problem with that mythology is it destroys hope and the bible says hope deferred makes the heart. Here's another one wealthy people are all crooks that's how they got their money well. I didn't talk to in crooks today. I talked to a construction manager. A couple of it guys logistics a nurse and a and a guy who's afraid distributor. I talked to in crooks or no. No no movies going to be made about these people. Stealing the bernie. Madoff was not on the show today. So this idea that wealthy people are. All crooks is insulting to those of us that saved and work our butts off and didn't steal a dime and provide service to the marketplace pisses us off. When you say that quit say in it. it's wrong it's a lie. Well all wealthy people are famous. People there rockstars country music stars. They play professional sports. The statistically less than one percent of america's millionaires are recognizable names due to them being in the spotlight. They're not professional. Athletes statistically less than one percent actors entertainers professional athletes. And i've worked with the nfl we've worked with the nhl we've even worked with the nba. A couple of times and let me tell you what the nfl stands for not for long. Their average career length is three point seven years the number of guys that become millionaires. Playing football is very low and a lot of them as we all know. Screw that up. Oh in order to be a millionaire and be wealthy you have to be inordinately. Brilliant nother lie. Gpa's today we're all in the threes except one four point. No no one had six. Phd's no one had them all with four point. Oh no one invented a chemistry formula. That's going to get them the nobel peace prize. These are working people that lived on less than they make doing. it nursing logistics and construction management. Now let me just tell you to tell you that the average millionaire is above a two point five gpa. Because they applied themselves to their studies. They had a level of discipline by the way. If you go to class most the time you get a two point five if you just go to class. I mean really in court playing beer pong. I mean just go to class and you'll get two point five but most of us that are wealthy are not four point to my gpa. Was two point nine seven in college. Yes i'm pissed off about the three one hundred zero point. I missed it by three one hundreds of the point so but you know what hadn't helped me back at all. I've done okay. The point of this everyday millionaire theme hours you can do it and you should do it and i fully expect you to do it and i from you on this hour when you do it. I want to celebrate you your america's heroes that puts this hour the dave ramsey show in the books. We'll be back with you before you know it. In the meantime remember there's ultimately only one way to financial peace and that's to walk daily with the prince of peace. Christ jesus have a friend or family member. The needs daily dose of ramsey advice in their life. Let them know about the ramsey call of the day. Podcast it's a quick hit of advice about life and money in under ten minutes. 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7.11.2020 Bath, Books and Bobby

Jogo Bonito

1:09:10 hr | 6 months ago

7.11.2020 Bath, Books and Bobby

"Come on the screaming. I wanna hear joe. Fifty times repeated martin laser. Welcome to a special even sunday. Which isn't a special. i'm the poncho. Y'all benito football social and in fact goes twenty minutes ago than kid. Was it the best idea to turn to a now season to. Covert lockdown pocket. Gordon voyeur comes on bonfire night where there's been actions just roll with it if it isn't mock stock shouting in the background or do you hope. She's a watch today. May i hope she's nice and calm night where she she's been fined. She was just trying to get in the door as we were speaking before. The call the south improving go back to studio production here come on agencies on the key worker love know so ever been out and about today will still evolving because jerry finds that he's been out. That was the voice of george. I liked the comment. Yeah i'm fine. I've been mostly I mean the sausage and some potatoes of wild myself with some rights these tonight yeah sausage and potatoes right down a bit so mark. You've gone down to light sub production levels georgia's tight on may it's lockdown. I'm going for long you. You've got nothing on apart from your hoodie. So you go on but naked from the waist down rocking match. The deflation easily This weekend's the first weekend the he told me this no longer around so depleted very badly by that correlates completely with the first weekend. Wear george doesn't have to describe the customers that the heat song about when the told me that under the big for me it's around though it's it's just it's just that promotes in the cloud isn't it sounds like a cove it without much like amino segue oh show Listen great you join. I've come to you on a sunday. You have lovely. Sunday stroll cups of coffee. Not return coffee But some variation where you are and enjoy this because we're going to chat today essentially we're going to chop it saw. Its cause a think. Paul j. b. was being given a chance to just shy out. What amazing place. When the time feels roy and at the moment so i for nine years old is it so we got last time. We're gonna talk him a number going to reject your gin two guys use on jota on diogo vinicio. She's yes well misspelling him today. Such a goes out. I feel really bad for the guy. That's why he's got diogo jay on his back because he's so fed up everybody san diego joe j. doce joe tokyo. We're gonna preview the city liverpool match which is choline sunday so late today which be amazing Look donahue of time troppled of also talk. Today is november. The what day is this sunday a day. After you per se enjoy that and oakley lockdown closer friends on on this is good muck lucky to be yeah positively arrive Does one guy a isn't scott covert and his name is john and awful lot about a full mostly. We refer to him by his first name. That is impressive enough. Because he's not resilient sometimes get shaved leverage on a swedish and it is not traditional to refer to swedish footballers by their first name sap lawson no none rolling free. The plays in my mind. That i know from sweden would even coaches yukos fan. Just call him man he's got all interventions you call them mark is it because of the sheer personality that we records fence fan latins watson dirt turn the section into about spend because it's not fair we'll do a separate one on vat let's get right on. This is a guy who is currently the cop. Hong kong yari top scorer in syria at the tender age of thirty nine and dipping his birthday today. I think it's high time that we noted that praise on him. I know in fact jean-marc you who said it needs to be part of the partner. Seven hundred percent. Yeah over dissipated a bit down a robert hall watching his goals the way from from marlborough and ox to ac. Milan eventers galaxy. I mean look at the clubs play. I don't think club is played for his one something and on off he played for. Psg until a second ago the annoy remember. There was a really good graphic that they had a close scores sports and it showed over the past ten years like that. He had never finished lower than third in the league with a team. And i i. I plus blood second i but i think you know is the worst of played for in the league the exception of la galaxy because they didn't really betrays when he's playing although we did get tongue. I think his agent said that when he was thirty five years old. You're too good for the mls at thirty five years old. That's menu your retirement so of dining out face and he's come back and he's played for some great clips. It's impressive at milan at the moment to avoid teams to go back to milan. Everybody saw as such a swansong. But he's he's actually he's leading impressive where he's got lucky mix of plays around him his name and Periods last season just pretty interesting thing was literally on his way out with rao fragment of ready to come in and any turned it around and now you've got the picture it made me just laugh as you talk lewis at galaxy and his debut go way foot with basset of a man land gulf lot. Gold day yeah. I think you. I know he's tape. Remember the because the i was so impressive. Less about content is peak times Listen to really notice. Podcast that was company has opened back. Listen to steve. Crossman interviewed him when he's allah galaxy for bbc world service and he talks about essentially why he felt that italy was where he became goalscorer et cetera s race century to score goals. And he talks about when he when he was growing up. It was all about skills. As about street. Football grownup in model mode wasn't almost as important. School goes important to embarrass you. Play nice everybody got rex. That was never that burden to school goals when he finally arrived at ebay in two thousand four. He said that's where pathway to become a true striker and underway. Speaks about italy's is is just beautiful One of the things. I love our pastures savage savages. To what is the team. Self book is something. Michael kaley talks about a mock as wicky. Sports analysts on twitter. And he says is that sense. Create this amazing persona that kind of occupies everybody's time and and he's so good it deliver in la That when you actually see him interviewed prickliest so noise. You've got such a thoughtful. Caring person. deeply loves his family. Lock me talk passionately about. Do you ever seen my family in pitches. like no because law liberty. Make sure that. Like i protect my wife and my laughing. Several meetings like we've got to make sure that football is a case of. That's me but we've got to make sure the family's okay because one doesn't work together and cause as christmas talked about alexey lot you'll agent said that your wife wanted to come to la. It's like that's not necessarily true. So my wife like la deer but but we want. It's find a happy medium. I just thought you know the ego driven. The humility isn't it. Yeah yeah. I love love this. This character is created. Go about town. Mark got that he's created this this persona this just fascinated. Don't think this anyone use anyone's done in football like him really know and it's almost like you said it's the separation of kind of the model the pitch and around on the pigeons. None of the man on the pitch and latin is the one that uses this kind of this. We'll call it. Almost verges on oregon's and allow people to do things are them but it's just so supremely confident and to see in top level be that confident You know he's always going to succeed if he's got lebanon of confidence in the level of either is is unbelievable some of the achievements. He's achieved golden bull. Two thousand fourteen. Two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen syria or the year two thousand eleven two thousand and eight thousand not puskas award two thousand forty. The list goes on and on and on the on the goal is like the best show. Yeah go against england. That's how long ago that was killed. Fourteen six years ago fairway yesterday. I always i've the utmost respect for any cluster eclair that goes into their midst midsayap too late as that can still perform the highest level because the dedication to your body your mind. You know emotionally and physically. He's obviously still doing things to keep his body in top shape. He probably eating even better than he's ever done. He's training even harder. you know. and that is the mark of the mount himself which is why the results are showing. I think so. I always respect the players. Really say what annoys. Me is the fact that i'll be thirty eight listeners. I'll be thirty. I on here. Younger ones lhasa. So to see a thirty nine year old performing at the level that he's performing when i had to kick around with my under seventeen just today and today. I've always dying this morning. It's just it makes me sad but again it shows what supreme supreme athlete is and let lewis said. He must take care of his body because he had a serious injury as well. That's not forget that that was a few years ago. What did he do monday night. Knee ligament isn't yeah. Yeah to of the appreciate probably not quite as great player. But gigs you know. Played long into his nearly as forties coming now dini's Reached the age as well but gigs spoke about the importance of things like yoga on the body and also use accompanies himself in it then. Yeah yoga shift didn't quite get wasn't spa so i ended took some like doing yoga before. And after games myself and it does make a difference in terms of your recovery rate and your ability to connor feel pain. The next day from all access is so was a big Advocate uruguay as well as the goalkeeping position but he still paid a a really high standard to loan to fully fully chain of east villa. A keeper as full lot lake. I i know several academy do it now for the young players. I do like a couple of hours yoga week now to just try and get into the habit of donate which is injuries so yeah. I come from from gigs longevity of his career. But let's not talk about this week. Not me bringing up probably lewis. Yeah jeeze company out. Just cutting or with god's to him coming back to me lem it's gonna be a short one or is it going to be like casino. He's so happy to move around things. I love this part of me. That wants to see an stay at me. And as part of me that wants to see another chapter in. Beslan abraham story Because i love about hearing him. Tool keys is so proud. He has traveled and and he's really proud of the fact that as a sweet he's he's representatives countries across many many consonants and A great deal and scored and loves the fact. Like i didn't score warmly. Just say one league in school he said i like school everywhere and i just love that and and any yo talks about to expire how passionately kind of the relationship between italian football in him is something us gordon into it but yeah look where does he iraq with him on com connor. You'll you your plan will say confessed book. Yeah where's he ran years a play. Well always said it in our group chat that we have and for me. He's a player of all generation. And he is up that maybe not quite on the same level just below. Run out of a message for me. I think someone that can travel to those countries you say and do it. Wherever he's being does is worthy of that title and a fun fox the view guys during the week as well that in every standard minute of the ninety minutes football has scored a goal. So i mean second them. That's anti if minute. He scored a goal in everyone. If he goes yeah he goes down a youtube robert hall to. You'll find the video that shows you every go from every just a joy to watch. Yeah and so yes sir goes cannot cannot just burst and say to answer your first question when he said that he said you wouldn't it if he's going to stay at milan. I think what we've got remembers. Well he's moved to milan was obviously while the club. No in turmoil at all he was actually in rebuild. Some people saying that it's possibly one of the most kind of well put together. Rebuilds of modern time in italian. Football is a lot of people at the helm for once and the recruitment strategies. Get better betty. That when they signed center tonight the season their recruitment strong. But like one thing already remember about about latin particularly. My boss went out. That fanatical about boston. He the bus things really complicated. We go for hours about it. But one of the things was the east set is is quoted somewhere saying that he couldn't believe the school boy mentality that the that the players followed the lead of the manager and that was it was unquestioned. He said i like people run red lights. I don't remember reading. That like age is gonna like this guy so he so on the cusp or sorry. He sits in a field of of different questions announces. he's he sits with different discussions football. I think it could be a great coach as kind of leading t really very challenging mentality. And i think he loves challenging south and i think the his moves plots really plays that game but in milan already thinking spiritual home in the think that it would not be a It'd be a very charming from to finish that. And i wonder if you just want that like very talented. Just wraps up nicely. Like a big move to swindon all what he's fifty nine. Maybe he just wanted to stop playing. What i'll loud shout out to not know roger bonaparte fifty-three yes. Wpro gabriel iphone station gonna sisters well fish. Lovely legend of the local games love absolutely that is so good to hear mocking did level table brunch. A couple of years obsolete pleasure and we got in several disagreements of things and a love. Very very very much is awesome. Awesome overnighters plucks. It was trying to chat me up to saunter them that narrowed passed. It comes off. No go some pasta but yeah big call also speaking to someone about somebody's injuring combat. Obviously still be planning fifty four rotor. A very serious injury money yet. He talked about his life growing insurance. And he just walked by larson coming over here as a young teenager or early twenties. Come over and start his career here. It's just mason absolutely amazing. Yeah call equality guide. Great sharp young. Great show I'm i'm sure it's not time with approve as well of of roger still absolutely tanking oil. Em the regional set moving on as he spoke very fondly of marina and actually when a listen to latin speaking. listen to marina. speak even that Like the concert that cadence navoi space and how they they actually kind of almost like emotionally talk about football. I was thinking is quite similar marino. Cool him the extension of his right arm on the pit Quite clear about yeah like my expectation and level of professionalism high end spoke really passionately impulsively. Yanni about pumper. And just about how. During his time at you know is he held him in the highest regard. As like you know the another love. That huron around rather by the plays are committed and stuff at the moment in the united line-up some whatever i'm he spent really really high of just lot he's gonna you just give a hundred percent all the time like napa average levels An level of poor. He's come on young. So i'll i'll throw it certainly high. Yeah yeah. i'm saying that you know he told him. In that regard which is which is again kind of counter narratives thought we but we hear law where where does latin time eugene. I'm not gonna stats now automobile. They are like tremendously impressive. I think given given the swedish you know. He's poverty and social setup that no fence sweden is probably going to go on to win anything much or let's say at least on the grand scale of international games and they're not going to go into and challenge which. I wonder if the axiom has worked in. I'm sure he's actually just way. More happy might even spurred him to do the things that he's done on the club level and make the most of it kind of thing. I've always found him slightly insufferable. Like when you're younger 'cause you listen to the content story developed with the guy and and then as grown older but she realized that it's something that he's used to the story of latin is you know in the way that he shapes everything is. It's just it's actually quite marvelous and once you get past the know the taste and you know he. He scored against a lot of a lot of clubs that he's probably quite dislike to the people that he hasn't played for he's possibly on the most technical. What i love is being tool guy. You know you know. You feel incredibly clunky in life. I'm six t listeners. And it kinda sucks especially when you don't know what to do so slander. Seems like someone is. He just owns every single inch of his body perfectly like he knows exactly what to do with himself on the pitch and i think there are a lot of people suffer from any high but specially told the guys but he's so mobile and like and even as he's grown older he knows how to position himself out of the I think that for that reason. Like i've got to put him up with some favor ever for sure for sure. He's he's He's quite incredible. Really is like the martial artist of football. Yeah noise yeah totally because I think we all agree. And a half of found anywhere that breaks down But scored late goals scored in total four hundred and six of the offsets bunga to nine right foot. Fifty seven left for For the other two. But i'm like if you could only divide. The full into parts of the foot aren't think there was a player in the world's that schools with so many different pasta abraham in. Yeah and what he truly able to know your saint george. What he knows. Positions put uses the of was full. I'm one of the things in is book is a picture of his feet and he talks about luck. That's where all star slide without those. There isn't the rest of it. It's really interesting that see how we talk specifically and identifies speak specifically moore and they are and he uses them in such a unique way. School goes jiggling for sure. Such a conscious player the best way to describe conscious of everything. Yeah yes super hyper. La- i don't say if we're gonna if we're going to move on to face goes if anyone's if anyone's thinking the favorites los angles mine straight immediately. Like being is when everybody was on his case. Barcelona and i think it was against rail deroga- and it's a free kick and it is like an absolutely missile and you could see in the moment. I think they went onto win. Four four on or something. But you could see that. That was such a message in it because the entirety of the new. We're like on his back and he just went and hit this thing and my god. It's so hard he hit so hard. I love talking to hit in very hot. The two favorite golsen me a volley for psg describing the just so many is not one actually instead. But i think in some technical. Billy a manifest. Soy's what you did x. And he just said about four players hotdogs and that's my favorite lewis like swallowing go is an absolute thing of beauty on the thing about it is that it's no longer a goal. That's latin can school. Because i was watching over the last couple of days to watch his physical stature. Fill out from like when he like. You know a thinki- at i think it sure avenue school dot gov didn't they you know that's not yet sure he was. He had his heart the anonymous physically and then when he gets you've acres harlow berry survey run. Cnn progressive gradually but that goal is unique for him because very quickly he moves away from being not talk to play out. Because i suppose it didn't really fulfil not fulfil but that wasn't his role is used when he was at you the incident so we've mentioned already before but it's go to was is not with one. That was going to be fab on. I think you've got to put it into context as well and when you can turn up to a new country you've never played in questions are being asked. Because you're you're getting older. And you take a full pay. Java sand ally welcomes latta. And then you go and school that goal on your debut just with the context around it that actually family and the commentator makes as well. The commentators mental talk comitatus abroad was the right kicking compensate. You need to go for it more sake in this country. Come on the screaming. I want to go fifty times right. Like repeat tyler. Just lease it. Something that thrive thriving come just come together though and and just recognized that had school kick against england broke care hough not broken thing not like when that happened is from nail salon. It's a shame went playing sweden seen so he can break. It has to be careful. Paid for dip break in your break. Mark exactly yeah He does like technical place already. Likes going in on him okay. Guys let's Let's wrap okay. I'm sure it'd be disappointed that moving on but But we do have to so listen at the end of part one. We shall be with you shortly with iota. I think young. You're going to be like you. You're looking forward to this anya. On the ethica was that ever says is to see such a historic competition Just going to be played. An empty stadiums by a of clubs are dangerous season to exist still being able to exist as they. Currently dave while talks of a european sleep league lemes logic for them and the primarily charges forty nine hundred hundred a game. It's really sad to see great clubs in this competition plan this week cabins fans not even able to watch the dots of cave it but the lack of help and lack of support from bigger clubs is absolutely criminal and the fact that this is all happening whilst bigger clubs Complaining about congestion putting in a second. This told him it just really sad football. What have you done. Welcome back party. We have spent time given on the praise and loveday deserves and and it's not one to a lovely kind of problem for lucky problem for cloth let program for liverpool fans are not in a nice topic. I shop because diogo. Georgia has really put pressure on bobby for me and i saw we all know that for meaner despite his mazing work but does in together self sacrifice he continues to come under pressure And question marks over over his goal up and justice in with the intent and the knowledge that he has a skill set to to avoid relief for needed and saw in but he's conduct of georgian unpacked. Me one spring. The table was he gave a real nice breakdown of of what he thought. Georgia was kind of bringing imposing so. Yeah kind of expanded non. Well i think one of the big things is when when he saw a player. There's so much in the premier league teams onto player. That should be so much leeway in time for that play. Settle because you know. It's it's wrong to judge in this so much that can change. What i love about live was transferred stress. Jeez that they went for play that was existed in the league and apparently was a big reason why they didn't sign team on even though team looks like he's going to be a player it was because they wanted to go for plight of his already set within the league. I think that was like tick one. They just signed someone that you know wasn't far to travel on these you know he's he's already in the in the country which i loved and so you've got this like this. Betting in time doesn't exist as much because Suddenly this place is ready to go. And in the words like equal. Pay the question today. Play the best football career playing with the best team of micro. And that's like a really key point for everyone to understand is that diogo dotson is together now with a free that he probably never even dreamed of flying at such a high level and then now that trump serial champions which is crazy so i think the off in the main the main thing and it is from young a bit too. 'cause like you lewis's someone is pulled up a few times from perhaps hasn't begun to defend the me know all the time because i don't think you know as anti-brussels said recently on espn live is like you stop. Judging plays on goes just like stop. Stop judging them on shots nonstop. Charging them on blocks in this country said like it. We're obsessed absolutely obsessed and And i say it's something that i think leads to a lot of the reasons. Why why we lose so much in. This country is white. Certain players like the always was this world will fade away. 'cause appreciate now. I think the the problem is if you playing in a in a free in a false snide sap clubs clubs two thousand seventeen to two thousand and nineteen teen has revolved around this. This means folks nine row than you. You must chip in and the chip in in. Stop playing quickly. Pass a move stopped. And i think that. That's why people like young vindicated and actually people are andy brussel. Can't be as defensive because until you show someone that's that's not how it's gonna work then what's happened is justice come in showed a different thing and i wasn't quite sure if if he was going to work i wasn't hundred new press loads and a new he'd given go in a new it's slide nice and low. He loved running off jimenez low. What was i can see that working but it confused me a little because You know he likes to play this wide left and kinda come in or at least that's what nuno's doing what it turns out is that this guy is insanely passi Way better than i saw his his rotation and movement from receiving in the final two then pushing his body towards the go is really really impressive. And it's actually a feature of like this as karna the king of it my opinion. It's looking like he might take the phone nine row and stop it to stop using. I think it looks especially a particular against that. We played a really really fast. Ticky tucker stuff will through three. It was way more reminiscent early on the path and actually way more reminiscent of his team. You know that passenger passing go and it was just. That was doing it. He's a monster. Impress is attacking presi. We've just suddenly got this. I don't think it's any coincidence that we lose our best friend or one of the best friends the world people say and sabino who are think is actually nearly always as good. We've lost these players and will not leaking. Goes why while we have. We have a new best defender team. Jay justice pressing. Bill is absolutely up off the charts. Linda said it in preseason that this guy was this suppressing monster and with three finishes against atlanta to move on so young. Because i want to pose it to you young. What you think is well is like auditing. Got and it pains me. I think i've seen for me. And i finish that well in a long time. Let's say are certainly i'm seeing. Grab a hat trick against eight very very tournament football team. And that's lanta so yeah. It's it's a tough one for me to swallow. Because i love bobby enough. And he's brilliant. But if we want to attack the taco and defend defend via and his group said like they're going to go for the second league by tacking it than i ain't gonna happen with bobby. Looks shot pieces. Real shop a lot to digest just trying to take it all in a lot to talk about their diet. By right young v some pressing stops Excite me defensive precious defensive. Mid third hacking said the average is six point two five in the defensive erred. Mid thirty seven point five attacking third ten point a and sala is ten point six attacking third monday eight point six bobby community knowing point six like he is. He's across the board. That's what the president jeff. It shows that money in him. Money is the one that will drop to precedent in in the designs of the pitch and seems like yeah can do it up and do all law things try keep this straight pinpoint I think time may we're not going to live in one of a nice by for the butler. Look me no. Bobby kennedy and bobby bobby lewis young palm way. The name of your christmas book. Would you buy me like melby or both select. I knew right seriously. I think if you go in to try defend bobby camino the argument for it would be that if you took him out the soil for one as effective bring joy in and it's proven that actually live where even more effective right now concerned. They've lost their best centre-half and sent to be perfectly honest. And or so you would. You would want in a way you kind of want live with not be playing as well to support the argument. Actually bobby is a key piece to this. Live who saw. You've just gone out absolutely battered one of the best attacking teams in europe. That has been lauded. They're attacking football impress by pressing them extremely high up the pitch and forcing into make errors. Real bad errors and also get an in behind them now. I appreciate lot non-ford so they're always gonna leak goals atalanta. But he's doing it in the premise. Well i'll ask the have to eat some humble pie. Because i did question the move a diplomat in the group chat and i you know i will eat humble pie as i seem to do a lot this year. Right louis nervous. No i'm and embrace me. Yeah obviously came in the left side. Rowena like right east support. Money play games and they've obviously seen something in an image guys sent comply central figure in a high price and we can really get something out of him and almost that you know that kind of loyalty towards and it shows loyalty and football a lot of talk. 'cause you know. The loyalty towards phoenix for menia was gone. Well done in favor of in favor of you know. A new coin afford yet doors can agree with a blend now moving into kind of ticket tax style which looks after the ball you know. Take the ball past the type approach. That stops them from being attacked that. Because they you know there was a worry that in the side that they were going to recommit goes so now that owning the ball and the best way to defend is attacking someone is his goal and keeping the ball one of the best players. During that by the way jack greeley's but different story for different southgate endorsed chick stuck out. Southgate take up here. Just late trippy trippy. Now that russia is also just seems to be of that mode and let you say press across all those says at such a high rate free by the way is you know must be one of the highest person from freezing well football. So it's a blend is a blend of kind of like i. i still think that don't dortmund with gagan. Present live giving presents viewpoint. Oh and now. I think without virgil van. Dyke without vino. I'm with georgia in a more central role. It gave him presents viewpoint. Oh moving into woods as ticky tack a bland like doors references. And it's something else and if the shame as a finance liverpool it's a different way to break the process in but it's just i just think klopp feels like ease slowly batting them. All the different ways like highlander. Lot highlander to where the characters like just literally my single skill. So just kidding people and absorbing the scale and like he's just like this is one way to press. This is another way press. This is another way and this is one way to break press. This is another way break press or yet now you do won't search win to place. An upper bound free keep on the ground to the minute to keep him on the ground thing. We lost for a long time and i was straighted seeing i. I really think like either knocked lawton heads mckay strains in the team but like like cuts jones plays. He's a really different player to of traditional english. Attacking midfield as you take. Someone like someone like you lump parts. Jared's that rose so it's gone. Is that contemplates seem that lung-busting box to box midfielder anymore. Cut jones was played pool on the ground. He wants to like receive. And i'm pass ford He has he has a great mentor. Antioch seem to show him this and the way that they Attack at the moment is it's just so different two thousand and fifteen sixteen klopp and like i love the east developed. The squad and team like you must like foggy showed the world like you must change all as miss change. It used to. I couldn't believe when when when the second league in a row and they had to let you have as an iranian and run in the team. And i remember thinking how is he put this together. It just came out of nowhere to have this identity and it was a new thing. I was a new way and thirty. Did anyone and maybe club might be able to do that. Because he's won a bit but he has an enormous amount young club and at maybe not as much as he'd love to I'm not sure. I think it's amazing. But if you're talking about moving into the next five years of his career how does he emulate again. Hasn't craig more success or it's going to be a different scores and it's gonna be a different style. The only go soleus to kind of bring level to that level to right winning it once know you want to dominate english football for period of time as long as the clock still has enough passion to get yellow-carded when he five no up because he didn't get the panel once. I think you'll be absolutely fine. Twenty news canola. Just throw some stuff away to points. We've no no stock as well as we said just as more of a playing more of a stroke or role than the post nine one eight bucks out with the goes for ninety at one point two seven competitive ameinias zero point one six Expect it goes almost twice. As high as roma's zero point five nine shots per game over double four point two five shots per game for jetta one point seven two for for media but just throw bit shade on it. The most important stop of of x. g builder per ninety yet. I couldn't find for mania is ahead of in two zero four and zero point. Three seven o'clock may that speaks volumes about mena's eleven hurry grain. Stand thank you. Thank you very much enough. Run vogel say and mutual about luck to them treatment. George made the point about Acquiring him last year if you look at congress the involvement of the the front free of liverpool and shock. Creating actions is really good. It's a good metric. I think looking at the involvement place especially if you just look at a good level of minutes. Sala was three point seven six mondays. Three point four. Seven and bobby community coupon nineteen which is amazing. Essentially your interactions in a match. You're gonna lead to three shot creating three three three and a half and frame which is fantastic diego justice three point five nine and if you look at his template in his volume of minnesota cheese last year. The underline stats. Like how old is he. Twenty two twenty three twenty three twenty three. You fight the player for yes. Yeah isn't that fruit. And that's why she talk about putting these kind of cornerstone plays in now that not not a replacement which is what really like it. It's something that. I've been a bit critical of city with that. I don't know if that deprecating place are offering something different although we may after or after may after eat crow. And the was farren. Taurus looks as though he might actually be doing the thing But yeah yeah yeah. Yeah absolutely absolutely. But i don't think i don't think in any way It would see the end of georgia. What did you ask do you think maybe Tiago works better with jota as opposed to work as well with simeon. We're gonna see how. I just hope that yoga complacent more I know i think i think that I think geography plays a lot deeper than attacking midfield is. He's still attacking the field. But if the meanest into town and it's just too too early to say we'll see which player can move best around that area. I think a big part of the problem is with amino is is. He might have a little bit loss you know. I remember watching him very privileged to watch it when he was in his time show. I watch law. Football in germany was lived there and she played an enormous amount in midfield and he was a renowned tackler. And it's an. It's an interesting dilemma with zone as technically brilliant as rubber for me. Let's not forget. This guy's going to perform anywhere he goes. We're just talking about the elite of the elite of the only the best possible position for this and so I think i think the last thing maybe sound. It is young and copy so so good. I wouldn't be surprised if all of these players perform together really well like. I think that that is probably on the cots that they all the always like. Well he's going to take his place tonight. He's doing this needs to while he's chopped out now and it's very brash. As what actually. You look the way that bay and just will not champions league in paris. The paris itching komen balanced and hansie flick balanced really. Well people people asking questions left. Well none of these players on the bench on the pitch looked unhappy. They they look more than that because they know the game's changed. The game is changing. Need all of play in different ways. You mentioned about not are going to work better than for me. My answer to that is probably. Yes when george said geographies little bit deeper. I don't think that matters when you look at liverpool's performance the other day. How many goes came from deep. I mean jotted second the ball from was from gomez was is well and game was his real small i touch. And just on the laugher onto the what for two touches in the back of the net and that's just straight from gomez one mentioned as well as his first go the strengthen feeling the pressure that defender on him as well could have many other. Strikers would have gone over. I think but he's helped him off his feet and the lou check it was passed. And he's like oh god he can chip. That's what he was like. Oh chipper on our hands and then thad goal as well the recognition of spice spaces in and you can hear if you listen to you and him screaming over against idea to let them know that found the pacing behind kepa made it easy for him to be on his russian out set himself but simple border saw the road at home for a trick cannot just say listen. He just missed. The object discuss them mocks face as rapper. Yeah so does that. But yeah i i think around game to be honest. He's he deserves to be playing for four side. And the fact that he's gone to live is just elevate is game and i think he's going to be one of the key players going forward. He knows he knows. He's good to audit. Think i've seen a player's score hat trick in champions league and kind of like not celebrate like you didn't celebrate much like he he's fully. Hey can i can cannot just show on. 'cause isn't it interesting. That had like two five news from english teams against attacking position in the past couple of weeks and that secrecy perceive different Five nails right and They contained to hattricks to find it fascinating that this is something that's occurred. And the difference in employees install and the difference in managerial position and play a position player. Power or these things like football truly is just. It's just brilliant. Because you could you could pick apart. That's that's a five thousand word essay right. there on. Those two forms is why they're so so indicative of style and play and why one likes identity in one gains it town challenge now professor. Norman nifty games to remember. We used to teach school. He wasn't protecting eyesore. In fact i won't use sound much describing. But his name is mr mom lay and east Horrible essays for you. If you've got your at your homework if you lay it is not right. I can cause the white one on an orchestra just brought me like three pages on an orchestra. I think he might jack. Nice guy to steph lot. Aw denault on box in on the markets may be literally just love in so much might be at least night now. I i was so long ago but yeah he's just known for being mean and so maybe maybe in an altera going gonna be setting. Want no. I'm not to some cool frankie struggle. It was just thinking speed. Five thousand you five thousand word. Say better than pillows Guys i wanna. I wanna finish up this This section with With this question it's a. It's an annual big question as the lineup of muhammed saleh saudi-omani and diego georgia and is muhammad sava. Money on bobby amina. Which would you be mobile. Faithful of facing lewis. A shock mach. George b. I'm still still still the festival. Three troy didn't look good. I just wanted to everyone's talking about. Bobby's no look passes now in nova goes it so like are still love me. Well bobby who. Bobby me goes. Plus them all right. Listeners we are. We are wrapping up part two so get very excited at the prospect of city liverpool this weekend. Two teams ominously approaching full on despite key injuries. Different ends for both teams. Actually think the middle of the park where this game's going to be decided. I'm not quite sure which midfield liverpool failed to the minute sabinas been injured case. Opponents can back from injury. So might be the a k to g g henderson lineup number. Twelve don't iago's injury it the minute and likewise with the manchester city they keep chopping and changing so much my head spin it so difficult. Want to call this. I think justice formed as is going to be telling an offensive liverpool to edge. This one but going to concede yet exciting guy bring it on listeners. Batty free Enjoy your couple. We are now going to dog into a choice. A choice matchup for from the weekend sunday slash today slash. The eight of november se versus liverpool. As exciting as they come really buffing can would probably have to accept that city arena. We apply scars on policy while. Wanna look at it. Because yeah i champions league level i think they hit some full and uncertainly fire on tourists that food role gweru governor jay z stroll with some success. But are they gonna come into contact now with With a lipoprotein that pulls against atlanta was superb and an attacking flair often has been missing Wh what's your thoughts on the match. For where where you saw it. Were we thinking sit. You're gonna bring on the table as far as the opposition's concerned. All i can say little i think the form on nothing liverpool gonna going to win it a to know to be honest. I think the fire on the sec scored the go up top. We up there again. Because i know has with buck during the week. Whether they'll they'll stick with torres just bring hazardous home for the late in the second half to see if they can grub grumpy gov i think it might be too late by that point of of god. We've never sat in after the mid mid week demolition of announcer as well. I think the form that they're showing the plays that they go Admittedly defense is Defenses weakened but is it really that the question is president. Joe gomez iran is going to be very important plants lupul especially after his criticism right the game. He's turning around hugely yes. Yeah and who's the forgive able seen a massive amount of for racist may who's the young mother the back as well resilient yeah. He's spent last season in national league. Something remember where the kid minister. Harry is playing extremely low level football other. No it's pretty impressive that he's even in the starting lineup kerryon mo and to be a testament to clock that he's willing to bring someone in this really not the top level experience needed and and going to plan this game on market is fucking and so is that both fucking training the minute so is whether there were with a massive is going to be fit enough to get over him but to be fat. Let's say williamson. He's been doing a job recently and he's doing that job well but a little too much city. I mean it's gonna ask big questions of a relatively inexperienced backline as essentially liverpool but a little stroman fourth for the city of still fanciful news. Themselves and i'm gonna disagree with year loud. I'm gonna massive sweeping just quickly before moving on a young east. Take on it. But i'll just want to just highlight everything A little bit quicker on on on formed like man city. The form side might say you've got that they're actually hitting better form statistically thereby similar by teams similar in basically haven't wins and draws lost in a long time but live put massively struggled against the last two legal positions sheffield in west palm like not been cruzi to in fact. I'd say that in the league we've struggled to convince Quite a lot now just a might be the big the big change in that. We've talked enough about the but But manchester city bar a guero being dropped out ofo strength like and i think it's fair to say that actually aquarius he's in transition and grab. Jcc's will fit I think this is a full strength. Team are going out. And be in a free wall on Marseilles three no olympia casino. So they haven't great luxury grey cup. Fulham any guys Man city a a really gonna want. This really really gonna want i. They're gonna push that. Young lad reese williams to the absolute limit. I don't think we'll get exposed. That's my i think sadly we're not actually went off who strength and and the form similar. I think it's going to be on saturday. I don't think we're going to take it. Interestingly they have a terrible record the oven last time he was twenty first of november. Two thousand fifteen Galilee absolutely true scores were mangala. Ango cotinine bobby. Sergio guerrero under moscow. Martin's go no way it all comes back. It all comes back montesinos. Yeah i didn't mean to talk about. That's not on the agenda. What would you recommend that. So you're saying hussy safer this. Yeah do i yeah. I think that. We've got the minute concede and i and i would like to. We went play. Highline like we did against villa or anything like we're gonna be. Yeah i just. I think it's going to work. I think that. I think they'd go quite lot any attack inside the minute. And they re they're gonna shake our our defensive spine at the back is gonna be really hard george three won't say not livable. George use the. Who's the the other side of phillips phillips is it not not phillips yeah who was outstandingly get the other day He just an extremely confident header of the ball. Is he great. Man of the match brought cargoes completely. Biased buddy carragher. Like i'm gonna get. I'm to give it to the lineup for the all you erica. Can you give it to the young header at the back. But yeah i think they start with start with not phillips and gomez arrow stuff. And i didn't think. I didn't pay phillips over reese williams because reese williams so young. It's almost feels like too much and i think that not phillips is. He's not very mobile app tonight. I kind of dreading it. If it was online that you went out and completed a successful season He will is boating. The kadhamy Graduate is dad actually played against liverpool in many many moons ago. He's dad was a relatively well known footy players. He comes from good bolton stock. And he's been he's been with proof. Well i mean he's right. It's like he's he's highly rated. I mean a lot you know. He's professional at our level but Doubt my ability. i remember coming in against to lhasa. And it's just it's back. He's turning gets turned. And i think you'll get ton inside out by it. That's why i think Young gomez with styling again in the new get kicked england schools. Now the city the season they were even in the premier league. They're like the the real madrid of the primarily really four in a moment one news. One os flattering to deceive you. Think can that probably like you know kind of living off the past the you don't see any progression with them. In my opinion just i'll just see liverpool. Steamrolling them to be honest. Like i said you know a couple of one nil in the last five games got got destroyed by lester proves that they can't deal with pacing back especially wide and then you know they drew leads. Leads really challenge them and baron. These newly promoted. What was elite school. Sartorial thrill yeah it was it. Wasn't it you know you're telling me that liverpool's from three ridiculously joe mobile fast and and dynamic is is a school one goal against. I don't know. I just. I'm worried about headstrong. In particular position at the moment is strong enough. No one's no one's poking. I like if someone why. No one is battering around those those setbacks and there was done it yet to islam. Try try to the day on. Tony didn't stop for west. Didn't work allah is pants. And or i don't think he's sages with western. I will be. It would have been a genuinely. Yeah antonio the plate. Nothing anthony with the best really good questions of yet. Yeah i do a lot. I'm and maybe that's that's the question. Barron laws there in lonzo. Maybe with city do the have a good enough player in of the moment to really really ask the question of how young you kinda right seems a little bit concerned me to say we're going to go to school. Go given our by the less result to that was that was an interesting yet or it might be. We might squeeze another. But i think I think what will go for those boys. And i think he might get results. You win the michio. I think you will as well. Because i don't see the brilliance of kevin deploy now is is a constant in nineteen and he will ask questions of anyone. Plays any tony. But i'm not convinced that the mix i'm not convinced of the message is the same question. We've asked about packed whether not message. They delivers the storms kind of west. In on maybe not. Maybe it'll be. George said. But i think that still i would love to think call walker as impressive as he is offering this ways. Space to be explored around club woke up exudes moving every very quick and they can be mendy can be a more defensive could cover good one is a wonderful player is not. He is past his peak or really to think his participate. I think p-toms were tolman. Yeah combatant preseason. And he's been on the source very well at that moment. Awful not chance you all. He's highway since then. No man that guy's class come on. Alright gunderman i'm with you. I'm not saying he's not. He still good the level of what can the waugh's is not the level which which falls regularly each. It just isn't he doesn't put a clean every week. So on say does doesn't consistent level that the days are pretty fill phone. We'll have a very good game. I think that that roe is is that position. If you look at the four now The the type of plays that causing havoc with live performances recently. It's as the number ten pair. Cnn and them and passing move and can't seem to can't seem to show that back four very well the tool tipping out so make sense but neither can robbery city. Oh don't get me wrong. don't get me wrong. there's a law live. Putu look look probably lipstadt. But i just think if you're talking about a week aside you know. I'm going to start like cities forms great and is pretty much head on that I don't. I think that you know still massive mountain. The tanker city like massive. These guys are still there in champions little while ago are any of the off nothing. They're gonna yeah fair enough. I'm gonna throw this out there. It's a little bit less zero. But i think one of the missing pieces to peps. Current midfield would be replaced in votary calvin phillips as a shout. That'd be lovely net just to see that guy go to that level. Okay nice well any any juice. You join a prediction the prediction of sunday. 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Smacking the kids is illegal in Scotland even if youre drunk. Confident doctor marries himself.

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Smacking the kids is illegal in Scotland even if youre drunk. Confident doctor marries himself.

"Scotland makes it illegal to smack the children. A woman demands free chick-fil-a after claiming she's an fbi agent and a brazilian man marries himself after his fiancee. Breaks it off. These are the weird stories for monday on weird af news leading you into the week with some weird stuff from around the world per usual. I'm your host jones e. Happy to be here we are day of news is the only daily news podcast hosted by a comedian. I'm very proud the same. And i'm so glad you're listening. Thank you let's do it. You're listening to weird af news. With jones -i scotland becomes the first part of the uk to make it illegal to smack. Your children. smacking is now off limits and scotland. Sorry parents. This is making scotland. The first part of the uk to bring in a ban on smack in the old kids around children have the same protection from assault as adults after the change came into force over the weekend. The scottish parliament approved the move. Last year. And wales is expected to follow suit by twenty twenty. Two smacking is still permitted in other parts of the uk if it is quote reasonable punishment according to the children's act of two thousand and four. What is reasonable punishment. I'd love to know. Is it when you get your kid breaking into your liquor cabinet or maybe sucking down that detergent under the sink. What about watching porn at the age of four. What is permissible. I don't know what is reasonable punishment it'll depend on. Each case cannot be used to justify serious physical punishments such as wounding actual bodily harm and grievous bodily harm. I guess those are the categories of bodily harm you have wounding and then that's probably just a small bruise. Then you have actual bodily harm. Which i imagine is like breaking the skin maybe stitches and then grievous bodily harm which is like. You're pulling off your kids arm or something right that's that would be grievous at imagine. This is a nightmare issue. All over the world. I i mean i'm not a parent. Obviously i don't think it's okay to cause grievous bodily harm or actual bodily harm or even wounding. I think that's sort of serious. Physical punishment is not appropriate. But what about just smacking your kid around. Just a touch. Like what did they say about that. Let me keep reading the article. The children's minister. Marie said i very pleased. That scotland has become the first part of the uk to legislate to ensure that children without exception have the scene protection from assault as adults. Wait a minute. We talking about assault in general in the real world or just from your parents. I'm a little confused. Obviously in the world children should have the same protection protection from assault like if a stranger assaults the child you know there should be ramifications to that. You mean to tell me in the uk that anyone can assault child in its. There's no laws against that. There's no protection. I assume this was from the parents. Correct this person goes on to say this outdated defense has no place in a modern scotland. It can never be reasonable to strike a child. This law sets out in clear terms. Physical punishment should no longer be part of childhood in scotland and it marks a momentous step in making it a country where children's rights are truly recognized respected and fulfilled. It sounds to me like children. Just in general don't have rights in scotland that what's going on. I thought this was a a move to prevent parents from Punishing their children in a certain way like in the states. We really don't hit the kids anymore. And you see you see the kind of kids they grow up to be so you ever notice a child that was hit Ever as an adult needs a punched in the face. You ever notice that hey guys. It's just jokes as just jokes. You shouldn't hit your kids. Wall wont never never never never okay. Even though i was beat up quite regularly. But that's okay. I'm still dealing with that back to the story Someone named john finney. Who introduced the bill. Here said that during his campaign he met many people in scotland. Who thought smacking was already illegal yet. But i mean i just assume you can't smoke around kids in general. It shouldn't be okay to do that. parenting would apparent does to educate or to Sort of what do call it. What's the word. I'm looking forward to discipline child. That's usually it always has been a private manner. But i think now it's becoming more public in the us especially It's it's definitely frowned upon in actions can be taken and i was just wondering if it was like that in europe i noticed in asia. I traveled asia bit they. They're still smacking. The kids around. And i gotta tell you they're. They're quite behaved. The countries i went to they didn't they didn't litter. They actually got the trash in the barrel. I mean if smacking the kids around means no trash next to the barrel. Never have to see that again. Oh that's great. I'm totally into that. All right look at the jokes. Okay a hey look. I'm not a parent so you parents you know you tell me what you think about this okay to smack around the kids a little bit just a touch not to do grievous bodily harm clearly but you know. Just shake him a bit now. You may not like the sound of that shaking your kid a little bit but you know it prepares them for a world that is really gonna shake them up. Let's be real okay. I mean no one who was not hit as a kid can handle twenty twenty. I'd imagine i'd imagine a woman demands. Free chick-fil-a she claims she's an fbi agent and she gets free chick-fil-a but it didn't work. She's arrested. Let's get into the details of this crazy lady. I love a love. Her plan though she wants some free chick-fil-a who doesn't want that. I think there's other ways to get it though but let's find out what she tried. Maybe we can learn something here guys. Free food isn't worth getting arrested over. Authorities arrested a lady in dallas georgia after she allegedly tried to convince restaurant workers that she was an fbi agent in that she should get free food because she's an fbi agent. Even when police officers arrived the woman apparently continued to claim. She was a federal agent. Now i'm looking at a photo of this woman and she doesn't look like a federal agent. She does look like someone that enjoys. Chick-fil-a that's for damn definitely not a fbi agent. I mean unless unless you call looking like kathy bates An fbi agent Your name is kimberly george ragsdale. She attempted to get some free chicken from chick-fil-a although we could argue if that's really chicken we don't know what that is. I think the jury's still out on that chick-fil-a she tried to get some chick-fil-a call it that by pretending to be an fbi agent. It doesn't say what she said her. Fbi agent name was. I think that's important. You wanna pick a good one. A solid fbi agent. You wanna say yeah. I'm agent morgan. That's a strong one. I'm agent you. Don't wanna be like i'm agent mcgillicuddy. That's just seems silly. No one's gonna believe you you just got to be a strong agent. Name is what i'm saying for them to believe. You also need a badge. Gotta show a badge obviously Let's find out if she showed one this. Let's find out if she made one on a napkin or something. The polk county standard journal reports employees. Were apparently not very convinced the she was an fbi. Agent will. I wouldn't either just looking at her. They called one one to report the lady. According to the media this is not the first time that ragsdale has attempted to get free food and has threatened to arrest employees. when they don't provide the free food. I wonder what other aliases. She used in attempts to get free food before which she like. I'm i'm one of the backup singers and earth wind and fire. I want free. Wendy's what did she do. That's a ridiculous one i work for. She's tried the fbi. I wonder if she tried the the. Irs that's that's a scary person. If you i worked for the irs. Give me some free food. I would take him afraid of the. Irs definitely want to be on good terms with the irs. You take all the french fries. You want agent ragsdale. Whatever your name is so they called nine one one. They reported that this lady claims she's the fbi but apparently she doesn't look that way officers. Arrive ragsdale reportedly continues to claim. She's a federal agent. She allegedly told the officers. She had no identification because her credentials were electronic only electric. I thought she was going to say something. I'm like i really undercover. I can't. I'm so undercover that. I don't even carry an idea i me. That's how undercover i am. I can't be captured by the enemy. And have my id on me. Okay and look at. And i'm so undercover. I'm playing a street person with no cash. So i have no money to buy chick-fil-a so i'm just just asking for some free chick fil chick-fil-a while on the clock here couldn't even get that. Of course the officers placed in handcuffs and arrested her. She reportedly pretended to talk to a supposed radio inside her shirt reporting that she was being arrested at the fbi needed to send someone to help her. Well that's great that she just kept it. Going totally kept going in the back of the cruiser. She's just talking to her her shirt. I'm being taken to the rock mark. Police department you know the coordinates you guys should send some representation there to get me off. she just kept it going in a statement obtained by the media rock mark police chief randy turner said. We're thankful for the observant and professional staff at cfa. Who knew what to do and gather the information needed for us to make our case and catch her in the act. We would like to inform our citizens to call nine. One is someone claiming to be an officer if they aren't in a marked car or in a proper uniform or if they don't have the proper credentials if they have be ordering chicken sandwiches and they you know they look like they would enjoy a chicken sandwich but they don't look like they could run a mile. You know which is really required by our agents. They need to look at least like they. Could you know move their arms a little bit. You know just more than just raising a chicken sandwich to your face. They should look like they could serve the public. Do you know what i'm saying. Okay thank you very much. A brazilian man's fiancee breaks off the engagement. So he married himself. Yeah he married himself. He's a brazilian doctor and he's going viral across social media for his high spirits. His high spirits because he's an insane person. let's find out he added. This is after he married himself in a ceremony attended by his family and his loved ones. They really must love him to be going to a ceremony where he married himself. You know. I meet a lot of doctors now that i'm in my mid thirties and i gotta say at prior to this. I just thought doctors really had it together. They don't they. Don't have it together there. A lot of idiots really. It's a shame. It's all that schooling and you still end up stupid. i don't understand. This is one of his doctor. Diogo rebelo inch thirty three. He went viral for his beautiful wedding. Took place at a resort in bahia where he exchanged vows with himself in front of guests and followed all the rituals. Oh all the rituals really as if there's rituals for you to marry yourself. I'm i have a feeling. He made some as they went along. And i have a feeling that the guests pretended that it was all okay and normal. Good for them. I mean of course. I assume they just have to get all liquor up. You really gotta be liquor up to stand in attendance over a guy marrying himself and just pretend it's all good it's okay and then go out there and share the cake and the dance and all that and just not laugh your ass. Laugh your damn ass off and wonder why you're there. The article says there's some twists. Oh what twists his fiancee. Show up and then Beat up the the bride. The imaginary bryden takeover. The just says rebel decided to go through the wedding that approximately cost three hundred and fifty thousand brazilian dollars even after his fiancee broke off their engagement after a series of fights. That's twist what's the twist this seems like just a straightforward footage from the day shows the doctor saying oh boy i do to himself in front of a mirror surrounded by guests. I guess that's the ritual. If you're going to marry yourself you have to go get a big mirror. Was it full length. I wonder in a post. He added that the difficult episode in his life has taught him that. Whoever wants to be with you will be okay. Well i mean you can't yourself. Is that a lot of this. Article was written in put to gays. So let me get back to the english part. The good thing about marrying you. Here's a quote from him. The good thing about marrying you is that there are no protocols. You have the freedom to have fun anyway you want. Am i wrong. There was a bouquet of flowers. Yes this is an insane person clearly. Clearly he's in a post seen holding a bouquet tossing it to the wedding party. A a ritual. That's mostly reserved for brides by the way. Another unique ritual says that the wedding was that his grandmother tied especial bracelet around his wrist. Footage footage shows him taking of his engagement ban quote. When god made his alliance with men he created the rainbow in a symbolic act. My wedding ring is a colorful sapphire bracelet to remind me that my alliances with god creator and not with men. I'm so confused by his grandmother looking at a photo of her as she ties ribbon around his wrist. She looks very pleased to be doing. She's either really pleased really wasted or she's just the best actor i've ever seen this a lot of people here clapping. One guy looks very displeased. Actually he's a bearded fellow. You can tell. His inner model could be watching. Football right now and sentiment is wedding. Where guy is marrying a guy. He spent three hundred and fifty thousand dollars on a stupid wedding. I have. I had ten thousand to spend on mine and i married a lady. I married a lady and i had ten thousand. This guy spending three hundred and fifty k and he's marrying himself. This ridiculous life is not fair. why am i here. That would be his inner monologue. But just imagine that in portuguese. A doctor diogo specializes in cosmetic procedures. Oh boy he's a plastic surgeon. He disguised raking in the dough. I'm very surprised he stuck mary himself. This guy could find anybody. He's good looking he's a doctor. He just got some underlying issues. I think is what's really going on. You know he's got a very positive attitude about his ex fiance is. He calls her a great teacher in said that she taught him the value of person. You showed me how special i am and how much i have the potential to realize my dreams including this make my commitment to loving myself first and foremost yet you know i look at. I'm not loving yourself. I think that's important part of being human being. It's not easy to love yourself because our culture finds so many ways to make us feel like crap about ourselves. You know like you turn on the tv and it's a hot people commercials that tell you like your life is incomplete without this gadget or this huge car or this house or this pill or whatever and then you said you're so man maybe i do need that pill or this house or that. We're device that elit that lets you slap and chop vegetables really quickly to feel like a complete human being you ask you actually ask yourself those things So it's hard to love yourself absolutely. I believe that you should try. You should do your best. I don't think i think marrying yourself. I think this just taking it to a level of crazy. That's all that's all. I'm going to say about that. You guys may disagree though. You may disagree. You may think that this is a healthy move I'll tell you what what it is. Good for if you wanna marry yourself. It's a great test to see who your real friends in real friends and family if they really love you because they will be there and they will appear to genuinely support you while you're doing this insane ritual. That's that's a good way to test them and he was. I'll give you the phone number. Because i'm sure you want to say something about this. Six four six four five zero twenty twelve. You like podcasts. You're listening to my podcast. Maybe thought yourself. I'd like to make a podcast too difficult. No not with anchor. Anchor has free creation tools. That allow you to record. Edit your podcast from your phone your computer anchor distributor podcast to apple spotify stitcher and more. They have advertising integration. So you can even make a little money off your podcast everything you need to make a podcast in one place. Download the free anchor app or go to anchor dot fm to get started and good luck with your podcast. Good luck with your creation. Good luck with your life man. Hey it's jones z. I hope you had a nice weekend. Hope you enjoyed the florida friday episode. Thanks to everyone who sent me florida articles. They were tremendous really really great stuff. So i appreciate that. I wanna give. Thanks to kirk. Also known as k d who sent me a nice email Kirk wrote. I started listening to you. Wild back on my google home. I save each episode for nighttime to end the day with a laugh years ago. I used to collect weird newspaper clippings although they are probably too old for you to use worth a read i will attach them every so often when i managed to locate them one by one. Thanks for the last katie and then attach some old weird news which is like with his tremendous Remember when used to get your weird news from the back of a newspaper somewhere or like at the grocery aisle there would be those those like. I remember as a child that my mother would sometimes by those strange the strange papers it at the front of the the store it would be like alien baby. I dunno wins spelling bee. It was like these stories that were just clearly not true. I mean that's a major difference. I'm doing weird news that most of the time like ninety nine percent of the time. It's true i've a couple of stories have slipped through the cracks but they were hilarious. So who gives a damn. It was like 'cause you know entertainments worth something right. These things were not true at all. They were purely entertainment and Do you remember those days. Those that's some that was the world used to live now. Check it out. You're getting weird news delivered right to your smart speaker or as we say in boston. You smashed speaker do. Is it a frigate smart speaker. What do you smarts smart speakers wicked annoying wicked lau turned down your smart speaker. All right i like to drink bacardi and listen to my smart speaker And it's such a fun would say with the bus accent anyways. i'm highly caffeinated in Really you know just going on a tangent as they say but thank u k d i. I really appreciate the the mail. It really means a lot. You guys can always email funny jones at g mail dot com also. Christopher wrote me a nice email say hey jones e. the doctor's recommendation of organic chicken nuggets definitely out there but you also mentioned. The doctors advocating dietary restrictions. Funny enough this actually makes sense because scientists are finding more and more a direct link between gut bacteria and and then he attached a couple articles about Gut bacteria in autistic symptoms He's he writes. Maybe some of your listeners have children with autism in may benefit from hearing this information. Christopher any rope. Es how you enjoying your dapper wise christopher you send me the dapper and wise man. I made an announcement here. And i was looking for. Who the hell semi that coffee. That was you oh man. That's that's just tremendous bro. That is tremendous so. If you guys i think i mentioned it but christopher sent me a therefore little bags probably be maybe six ounces each of coffee and they're like it's fancy nice. Coffee companies called dapper and wise the roster as and opened up one of them already. I can't remember which one is the one that has notes of whiskey and lyon poops. no can't remember which one it is. They're all fancy like that though and it's it's just tremendous coffee man. Thank you so much. I really appreciate that. I'm so glad you wrote that damn and By the way. I got an another gift over the weekend by samuel two from north carolina and it is a box of unbelievable candy. I mean there's so much crap in the dark chocolate this jelly beans. Do you remember these things ring. Pops ring there's push pops jolly ranchers. There's oh and there's like amazing instant coffee as well. I mean this box is filled with so many treats caramel. So i just want to give big shot to samuel. I was looking for your email address due to write a thank. You and i haven't found it yet. Maybe you reach out to me on instagram. I gotta check all the sources to find out where you reached out to me. But i remember you telling me that it's on the way Yes so you guys can reach out to me on any of the social media platforms just sometimes. I can't remember which one it was. So if i'm late to get back to you to thank you for something. Please forgive me on instagram. At funny jones twitter at funny jones. Facebook comedian jones. E you got the email The phone six four six four five zero twenty twelve. what else what else. I got some some calls over the weekend. That i'm gonna publish after this. And they're freaking hilarious. So make sure you stick around for that and also check my patriot. P. a. t. r. e. n. dot com slash weird af news where i recently well recently published a video. Qna where. I'm answering questions for the patrons and it's like twenty five minutes long. It's pretty insightful Into my life. If you're curious about that but maybe you don't care maybe just want the news in to just go about your day but if you'd like to learn more about me near the patriots but also published I also put up an article. I came across this really weird. It's about the the music that you hear on ice cream trucks and how there's a monopoly controlling this music the music that's on ice cream trucks like it's just a very weird weird story. I'd never imagine all the work that went into these the music on ice cream trucks. It's just think this is crazy to me anyways. I thought that was a funny. Weird article side posted that in there. Of course you can just go google that you don't have to join the patriot to to see that. But that's just an example of some of the stuff. I put in the patriot. I like when i come across. Weird videos are weird articles. I just throw it in there and you know you could choose to read it or look at it or watch it or just move on with your life but yet so the patriots pretty cool. It's on dot com slash weird af news and you can also You can also join that from my website weird af news dot com If i forgot to thank anybody please forgive me. There's a lot going on in today's episode. And i'll just i'll make it up to you tomorrow. All right take. Oh thank you jones. You correct to think that. I would be upset about this election and not because of the outcome necessarily because i don't care for either candidate. I'm not trump spoiler. Dang show not a biden support the main man who was not even on the ballot this year who is in every video. I'll watch only instagram. Mr vermin supreme. The rubber boot had denied yet again. This is an unjust jonesing talk. Can you tell them so upset jones. Let's get back to brass tacks which i don't really know what that means because i don't know if tax necessarily always brass but what i'm going to tell you is the real story at hand is why was that boy denied access until disneyworld just because he had a glock. I mean ever six year old can get into busch gardens. Would a glock infected. Give you a cold. Niccolo built in glock. Right at the door makes your experience worth going. And that's bitter to be a trump american or biden american necessarily. I don't know what i'm saying. Because i sometimes fast and i can't get my words out and and just the up ios. Epa from amir five. Thirty kuzma flattop. 'cause i got their skills but anyhow just wanted to let you know florida friday you gave me a lot of the boss. The accident loved it. And tell you i think are mandatory. Everybody searching with into disney. You're right slow. Not real sure by the glass of water. You know any gym's open say what heavy rain hassle. Fill you up a couple of milk. Judge put a movie brew about eight pounds and gallon of water so girls sixteen cows. It's not breaking records in the know what are was russia but anyhow keeping shape. I put five miles yesterday about governor house today. I'm putting with kim enough garden. Put away tony. They pissed out some pretty person regular so wait a minute beach texas. Now keep it real jones. I had instead of you did about the who's restoring her virginity and wrestling well. It takes a lot more than just the pieces skin to restore opportunity. I mean that ain't never coming back. Once that changed. The pop is gone forever. Now you said that you were going to restore your skin and start wrestling valley. Well i don't know what you're working. There's that but i can tell you this is gonna cost you a lot more than five thousand dollars so you bet that my then that gen z. Try calling the number. And i don't know whether it's because i am in the uk but couldn't get free so record you a message and send it this way. This is james copper from the forty news. Podcast and i wanted to talk about the whole hammond. Selling fiasco spoke about yesterday. Fascinating story but it brings up things philosophically. Not just ethically that need discussing so over here in the states but some jazz jazz peanut butter on the john late. We have like metals lids. And there's like a pop a little button on top and when you open that job for the first time the top soap so you can see if the judge being targeted so when you buy in the shop you know that. It's remained sealed. Now if i a peanut butter completely emptied the jar and somehow managed to re you know. Make the king so that. Co cogs back down so it looks like it's opened. That doesn't mean new jar of peanut butter okay. So she said a virginia tech. Now you know on the opposite side of the spectrum. I know women who've done horse ride in gymnastics. I've told me that the hymen broke just by during those activities and so are they no longer virgins because the high are already broken. Oh was losing virginity. The first time they had sex so for me is the first time how sexy. It's not just when you bust sale now. This woman on some new york city subways. The less men invented the mini yet at this. This lady has lady in the loosest terms and lucy's probably also the character To me just doesn't seem right. it's it's false advertising. Isn't it that she's selling the virginity because all she's done is is to sail and saying you know no one's claimed and be near before it's just it's all right so i also just don't get this whole thing I don't find you know the whole active of breaking the hymen appealing looking at some cellophane on some food and thinking. I put my finger. We're not holding there. It just doesn't turn me on and you know this whole virgin weird thing right. I and i do like it but for me. I'd rather have some dirty guy that's been around the block a few times nurse to do a few tricks in bed and he's confident and everything then you know my experiences teenage virgins normally they have sex and then they start crying and sit in a corner and slowly rock back-and-forth while holding teddy. That just doesn't it got really awkward But it just doesn't do it for me you know. It's not my son my turn onto east so yeah strange soul round just a strange story i be interesting to see what type of blokes gopher gopher what's about thing. That's that's appealing. I'm in your camp not for me. I want by ticket not not more than one anyway. Yeah anyway Been watching the election as well. Opposite you crazy he also executive. We predicted We wish trump did start losing. He would say that it was rigged and the every on the radio. It's basically so as in any way you can't even wright jokes about it because it is just what is how how you joke about joke. So hub y'all stay safe over there anyway. We're in another lockdown. We've just come in yesterday. The for november. We came into lockdown again in the uk. For i think for weeks so people were weren't how they're going to do the shopping and businesses worrying as the main shopping time Scary all round so just to say you know your show and you just sit in your closet and do everyday but is putting out there and it gives us all. I laughed out loud three or four times. Not my big daddy. Loves and smiled giggled. Numerous times just on today's show. So thank you for pointing out in the world. Europe's amazing josie much love much respect. Stay safe and take its from rochester. New york's minutes of i Yeah i've been waiting for my emotional support canadian all week. Jeez man i'm dying. I'm waiting for it. I don't know but also Brazilian reconstructed the hyman. That does not make you a virgin again. Sorry just like the girl that was in my middle school. Supposedly her mother roker hyman on purpose. So that it didn't happen when she lost her virginity. Been make her not averge it. It's i think the same idea you know hyman is is it doesn't make it we Yeah i just baffling when. I'm sure there's plenty guys up to pop that jerry jones. The i hung up by stakes last weekend. But yeah plenty guys lineup for that That jerry but also definitely not the first version to be auctioned off in the world. I would probably bet that dates back to maybe seventy thousand basie and one cave guy to get his. Mammoth or something from another guy like that or i mean. I think they're still places in this world. Not exactly sure where. But i've heard that when a daughter is offered as a wife to someone. She is checked by the father of the other family. To make sure she still is a church. It so Definitely not the first marriage it thanks bye.

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Full Circle Weekly News #198

The Full Circle Weekly News

03:47 min | 3 months ago

Full Circle Weekly News #198

"You're listening to full circle. Weekly news articles and compiled by eric. Ready and me. Your host leo liotta. This episode covers the eighteenth to the twenty four. Th of january two twenty one zero four will remain on gnome. Three dot thirty eight and gt k three. In a reason post on the discourse it was noted that twenty one zero four will remain on gnome. Three dot thirty eight and gt three. This move comes after asking some questions. Is it going to be ready in one cycle. What's the impact on the desktop and extensions. What's the debbie packaging impact. Is it stable enough. What are the risks. The answer is that there are too many things to resolve cautioned one out and there's no word on twenty one dot ten just yet corallium the first to boot lennox on in one max. According to chris wade the cto at corallium quote lennox is now completely usable on the mac mini in one booting from a usb of full of into desktop raspberry pi networks via usb dongle update includes support for usb. I two c and dark. We will push changes to our get hub and editorial and quote chromium losing access to chrome sink google on their chromium blog announced a new initiative to ensure that only google chrome can benefit from features like chrome sink and click to call on the upside users that we're taking advantage of sync features outside of chrome will still retain any history including bookmarks on the downside to continue adding to that history after march fifteenth. This year users will need to switch to google chrome exclusively. This doesn't affect most of the notable browsers like opera vivaldi and brave based on chromium as they have their own sinking features. Fidora want drop chromium the initial shock of the chromium zinc announcement led package maintainers. Tom calloway to question on twitter whether or not fedora. Continue packaging chromium at all with the reduced feature set but after pointing out that google initially gave distribution chromium packages access to the sink feature only to take it away recently callaway clarifies that removing chromium wasn't officially planned in any way and that there are enough users of chromium that are okay with the loss to continue packaging it here the notable updates this episode. Mx lennox community respond beta dubbed rag. Out out with raspberry. Pi support using flex box sobriety. Twenty one dot one dot one out which splits the server and client process in two in shows progress in all clients snort three out a faster more efficient. Ips that includes scripting better cross platform support multiple packet processing threads and plug all components crete afford out four to out with mesh gradients mess transform and lots of bug fixes virtual box six dot one that came out with support for colonel five dot tin the raspberry pi out the four dollar development board running with the p. twenty forty microcontroller and finally diogo constantino gains abundant membership. Congratulations this has been another episode of full circle. Weekly news find the site and full circle. Magazine dot org. And if you're looking for me at lille chavez on twitter or leo chavez dr.

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151 | Carved Up

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

09:19 min | 1 year ago

151 | Carved Up

"Our world is full of the unexplainable and history is an open book. All of these amazing amazing tales right there on display just waiting for us to explore. Welcome to the cabinet of Curiosities People's devotion to a higher power is no more evident than in the structures. They build to honor. Its from small congregations in modest churches to vast networks of bishops and clergy that Worshiping Great Cathedrals every religious group has a place where they can commune with their chosen. God Hindu turned Buddhist Temple of Anger Watson. Cambodia sits on four hundred two acres it remains to this day as the largest religious structure in the World Prambanan Hindu temple compound in Indonesia is comprised of two hundred it forty individual temples and dates back to the eighth century but few religious monuments are as unique as Kyla temple in India. Construction of the Hindu structure was started during the eighth century. And it resides in Maharashtra. A region in western India and took its name from the Himalayan home of the God Shiva the the base of the temple features enormous elephants. chiseled out of rock that seemed to hold the whole thing up. When visitors stepped through the two story entrance into the central courtyard? They can see a stone carving of Nandi the sacred bull of Shiva in fact. She is depicted throughout the temple as twenty three tall statues and within expertly carved relief panels else and there are other reliefs in panels as well two of which depict scenes from two of the most important Sanskrit epics of ancient India. The rummy Yana and the Maha brought the Mahabharata tells the story of a battle between two groups of cousins during a massive war while the Ramona is about to Prince Rama who was exiled to the forest for many years before he returned home to be crowned King and these tales have been meticulously carved into the walls of the temple as relief permanent reminders of India's rich history legend has it that the temple was part of a bargain made by a worried queen. Her king had been very sick and was near death. The Queen prayed to the God Shiva for a cure making to promises as well I she would build a temple in Shiva's name second. She would fast until its completion. Leashes illustrating her dedication to the king and to her God. The Queen's husband did recover and true to her words. She commissioned builders to begin work becoming temple immediately. There was just one problem it was going to take years to complete. She couldn't starve herself for that long. But in a stroke of good fortune and engineer engineer came forward with the plan if he started building from the top down he could finish the temple within a week with the help of the engineer. Workers move between two two hundred thousand and four hundred thousand tons of rock to construct the temple but they didn't do it in a week. That's just with. The Legend says a temple as big sky. Lhasa took more than seven days to build. No matter how many people were involved in total it took them roughly twenty six years to complete. The workers did however work their way to the ground from the top of temple and if that sounds physically impossible because it would be if they had been using materials brought in from other places but but Kailash temple wasn't assembled it was carved the whole temple twice the area of the Parthenon was dug out of a single mountain over two one hundred tons of volcanic rock were excavated from the site as they worked and being the eighth century. Workers didn't have cranes or backhoes to help move things around. They carved served out the whole thing including all the sculptures and relief panels using nothing more than hammers and chisels. Kyla temple is part of have a collection of thirty three other cave temples. Known as the Laura KS but it stands out because of its size and method of construction at one hundred fifty feet from the top of the mountain and three stories tall. It's an unrecognized wonder of the world and proof that one's devotion to their faith can run deep very very deep. You you might not have heard of Diogo Elvis in the realm of serial killers. His name doesn't stoke fear or fascination the way Ted Bundy or Richard Speck might but get to know him a little and you start to see a man who deserves the same notoriety as his peers especially in death. Alvarez was born in Galicia Spain in eighteen ten this family was poor and a childhood injury incurred after falling off. The family. Horse didn't help some think that the damage to his head which also inspired his nickname cutoff or blow can be attributed to the sharp turn. He took toward robbery and murder order later in life when Alvez's was nineteen. His parents sent him to Lisbon to find a job but nothing seemed to take. He bounced from place to place but his young age and modest upbringing. Meant work was hard to find. Eventually he found a job working as a servant for wealthier members of Spanish society. His family. Naturally we wanted to know how things were going for him but he never wrote them back. Perhaps he was ashamed of where he'd ended up or maybe he hadn't found the right line of work yet. One day a he ended up at a tavern run by a woman named Maria. Rumor had it that Alvarez and Maria grew close very close that's when he started stealing and copying being the keys of the taverns patrons so that he could rob their homes later one of the keys he copied allowed him to access a nearby aqueduct. This aqueduct was a massive acid stone. Structure that distributed water all across Lisbon and it also provided Alvez's with the perfect venue for robbing farmers on their way back from the city each night once he had liberated each of them from their money and belongings he would fling them off the top of the aqueduct. Sixty five stories to their death over the course of three years is he did this. Dozens of times and amazingly the police were none the wiser by eighteen thirty seven however Alvez's had lost his killing spots. The number of suspected suicides forced authorities to close the aqueduct to the public as a result he formed gang and started breaking into people's homes to rob and kill them there air instead in eighteen forty. The police finally caught him although they were never able to tie him to the aqueduct murders however they did manage to convict victim for the home invasions he and his gang had committed including the deaths of a family of four it was the tavern owners. Eleven year old daughter also named Maria who testified against him and helped to cement his conviction the jury sentenced IAGO Alvez's to death making him the second to last criminal ever executed in Portugal Aghil but there was something about his corpse that had captured the interests of students at the Medical Surgical School of Lisbon. Rash of murders he'd committed were so out of place for the quiet communities he and his gang had terrorized for all those years so after he was hanged for his crimes. Doctors examined his head more closely. They wanted to see see. How a man like Alvez's could have ended up so depraved and devoid of morals? Because remember this was eighteen. Forty one in the practice of phonology was just beginning to gain. Gain steam within the medical community for analogy of course was the study of the bumps on a person's head as indicators of their mental abilities and personality traits. Today it's recognized as complete bunk pure pseudoscience but at the time scientists honestly believed that the shape of a person's skull could explain their behavior savior and decisions. Researchers at the medical school in Lisbon. Wanted to see if defects in Alvez's cranium could explain why he murdered seventy people during his lifetime. Unfortunately they couldn't find any evidence for his lack of a conscience. But if you're a student and you'd like to have a look you can go visit Diogo Alves as yourself and look him writes in the is well his head at least it was preserved in formaldehyde immediately after his execution looks almost exactly as it did on the day he died. His face bears the quiet peaceful expression of a man who looks nothing like a cold blooded killer if only disembodied heads could talk. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities subscribed for free on apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities PODCAST DOT COM. The show was created by me. Aaron McKie in partnership with how stuff works I make another award winning show called Lore which is a podcast book series and Television Show and you can learn all about it it over at the world of Lor Dot Com and until next time stay curious.

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I'm f- friends. the time is now to it. Let's go hang out and talk to the brilliant beautiful and wise young pueblo How you been since we last time i. I've been good. I've been busy. And i think the big thing that i did was that i was Away at a thirty day. Meditation course and It was from the middle of january to the middle of february and it was just amazing to completely unplug and just focus on my ability to practice and just observing reality as it is. Yeah man those wanted to talk to you about for sure. So when did you actually start meditating. Like how long ago. I started in twenty twelve. I was july of twenty twelve. That was the first one. And then what is your consistency. Been like since in the last ten years. Yeah so the. By by what i mean by the first one is that was my first Silent ten-day course. Oh yeah so. I didn't really do any type of meditation before that and After i did that i Silent ten day course of costinha. I actually ended up signing up for another one in september twenty twelve because i like new that had gotten immediate results and i was like like i feel much better like my mind was just much more fluid and i felt like i had a lot more space up. There felt lighter and generally i had developed a better relationship with my emotions But i knew. I could learn so much more from the practice. Oh i was like let me sign up for another one. And i did that for a while. I just I would do like a few courses a year maybe two or three a year For a number of years and men around twenty at fifteen. I started meditating. Two hours a day. So i was able to go to the courses and do them get a lot of benefit from them but i think the real like deep deep healing started when i actually you know kept going to the courses but also when i come back home. I started meditating daily and adds that was like the big Sort of level up from their nice menace. So i'm curious you talk about like the first time you you went to the tree. And then he felt so much benefit from that. You need mmediately scheduled. The second one I i was actually just kind of riding in reflecting about my own. Release time trying to figure out how to meditate. And i noticed this thing like i thought it was like a kind of almost frustration at i like where i was getting it. I was like getting some results which you know. Compared to now of course are like are negligible. But at the time that you know it was pretty foundational changing And i almost felt like this. This weird frustration. I realized when i was reflecting about it there was actually this kind of like spiritual newsy azam that i didn't know how to direct the amount of like energy and just the abundance was feeling from everything. You know did you experience a point I you know what i what i did feel. Was that a friend of mine. He he went to. Of course and i hadn't really given meditation at that. When hadn't given it that much thought. I was definitely like in the midst of pretty personal transformation where i was you know had i was putting away all the like Hard intoxicants that i was doing are really you know just wearing down my body And i had spent a year a year of just a practicing radical honesty and building really positive habits and generally just Developing self awareness and really starting to get to know myself But then when my buddy my buddy told me about the pasta and he wrote to me about it and told me how much he had learned about love compassionate goodwill. I was so impressed by that. That was like okay. I need to do this. And something inside beaches collect and it's interesting like what from what you were saying when you were first starting off like there was there. Was this one time. That i remember where my wife and i. We sat down to try to meditate for twenty minutes but we had no technique. We had no guidance. We just like sat down and did did nothing but oftentimes when the mind is like you know. It's so dense with conditioning. That's accumulated throughout your entire lifetime The act of doing nothing is incredibly difficult. So having some sort of guidance or some sort of technique can help channel like sort of Kind of like you know that that willingness to go into a personal transformation or spiritual journey It'll help you just make all your time much more efficient. And that that's what i really got from. God those footballs and of course was like. Here's a clear technique that's worked for thousands of years for millions of people and try it out and see see if it works for you. And i are doing it. I was like wow like this. This is what i've been looking for while. That's so cool man. Yeah it's amazing. How those early times i think. That's something i. I you know since i talk about meditation so much. It's something that i really in like. Put myself back. In that point of view you know of like what the earliest kind of Barriers were to getting real development and matt has out so clearly that you know the the restlessness of the reverberations of our pass trying to author. Our present moment in future are so intense. You know it's so intense we feel like we're just being pulled back into these old patterns and old habits and the second that you particularly if you have a completely unexamined level of mind and self-awareness right so sitting down even trying to be still is so scary because you're like you feel kind of out of control right It's almost feels like oblivion were just like all right. I'm like i'm here. I'm not distracting myself. Anita distraction to confront the way like a distraction. The way that you're actually feeling begins emerge to the patterns of your past in now the marionette strings get tight and that becomes very uncomfortable in one of the little quotes of the things. I said one time that. I see get passed on all the time that speaks to. This is a people wrestle with nothing because it's a lot easier to do that than to sit with it. you know so like we're encountering that that spaciousness of presence in being an emptiness whether we want to engage with it or not right and so people fight against it by distracting themselves by becoming deeply attached to you know pick your choice of the thing is and then also the syncopation of like okay. Now i'm doing this going to make sure that this attachment or distraction parlays like right into the next to be no negative space so that way. Just do this. Until i die. I'll get away with all but Anyway so it's it's just amazing thing he about those early moments in how also really menu. I'd be curious. How your experiences is that people get into those zones. And then they spend 'cause they're used suspending three or four minutes in chunks on things instead of having a deep longer focus so they try and meditate for a few minutes fuel all of that initial really ultimately they feel what they're actually feeling because you're giving it some attention for a few minutes and then think like. Oh well. I can't. I can't meditate gonna move on you know But it's interesting. How quickly that really goes away. Did you experience that as well in your early meditations That's a really good question. You know i wanted to just like kind of right off of what you were saying too. Is that the mind is incredibly dense. Especially when you're i i first starting Any type of introspective practice. Even if it's outside of meditation like the moment that you sort of turn that lens inward and you start observing yourself like there is going to be that like immediate You know like you're going to want to flee. You're going to want to run away. Because there's there's going to be so much coming up and i think i felt guide for you know we went away to attend a course and i think i felt that very intensely for like the first eight days like all i could think about was. How can i escape this place. Like i would try. I was meditating. You know they set up the schedule there so that. You're meditating about ten hours a day ten or eleven hours a day and i was able to go to about like maybe like five or six hours of the meditation sittings and they were just like rough like my i because of all the things that i had felt deny had done and i had no that things that would come up all these difficulties that i had personally gone through. They would just come up so sharply. And that's part of the you know the point of what we do over the pasta is that it's a purification practice. It's not like a practice. That's supposed to take you into bliss like there may be bliss occasionally but the point of it is really to verify the mind at the deepest level at the root level at the point of where your reaction begins So when you do that like you're going to sometimes feel the intensity of the passover. They clearly so a lot of my experience for the first one was that i didn't immediately plug in. I didn't feel like i was good at it. I just knew that. If i kept trying like in the act of trying to do the practice i was getting immediate results and then by the time that day eight and nine rolled around. My mind had calmed down enough. That i was like okay. Let me try even more. Let me polite. You know more of my time during that those days to To really better understand this practice and even though like you know if i were to give myself a grade like if we were like in high school or college i probably would have given myself like a d. minus in terms of like how i did during the course but i like felt like i had kind of barely made it through high came out and like i just like my mind felt so much better and i had never felt anything like that. I was like okay if i could struggle so much to that get such gigantic results. My mind was like okay. If i can learn how to do this better. I'm gonna get humongous results. And that was kind of like the the incentive to keep going back and keep learning how to do it better and then once i was able to develop much more experience with the practice and the mind just can much more easily. Just plug into reality in plug into the present moment and you know plug into wisdom. That wasn't that's happening constantly in the body but because we're so busy on the surface level of our mind playing with our narratives than just you know paying attention to the past in the future. You're not going to be able to plug into that inherent wisdom that's just constant flow inside of you Yeah it's like a contest. Need get an apple. Watch an iphone ipad and a computer and flat screen in between my is the true nature rally. Yeah no no chance of seeing it Yeah that's so that's beautiful man that's beautiful So whenever you want to this Meditation retreat recently. How was that in comparison to your your first experience. Yeah it was very different. I mean that's it's been almost ten years. It's been nine years of you know going to these courses And i think it was twenty. Seventeen when i did my first Thirty day course. And then the one that. I did this past january That was my third thirty day course so it was different. I mean it was still You know they're still like struggle because there is like so. Many things accumulated in the mind. That are being harboured in your subconscious imprints from all the reactions that that debris actions that are actually constantly happening throughout the entirety of the day and night But now that. I have matured in the practice a bit. It's much more easier for me to just Try my best without getting upset when things don't work out as plans but sometimes you'll sit and you'll try to you know be concentrated to focus on. Keep moving through the body observing the permanence. That's happening there. But then you know you may struggle with some type of version may come up for some type of anger or you'll really agitated or your feel a bunch of dow up and you'll feel all these different sort of introduce the entrances. That will try to stop your meditation. And before i would feel like. Oh this reaction happens. And then i'll multiply reaction with more reaction. And then i'm actually doing a disservice to myself and now my practice feels much more like let me just observe within the framework of the body and whatever occurs. Let me just accept. Let me just do my best to accept. And that's made the practice just way more productive way more Yeah like. I just feel like like those thirty days that i just did. I got so much from. And i you know. Even though i meditate daily and everything it had been two years since. I've gone to long course because the pandemic sort of shifted all the schedules and it felt like you know i had cleaned up my mind and i actually hadn't seen how in some ways you know. I was feeling pretty burnt out. And i was feeling pretty like just kind of overdone Because i had been finishing my second book. I started working on another book and i was just taking on a lot and a lot of the stress and like little bits of anxiety. Know i was able to handle them. Well in a way where. I wasn't hurting myself or you know causing trouble to the people around me. But they were accumulating quietly and silently in my mind and when i got when i got to the thirty day chorus and i was over i was like wow i felt like i had to take a deep deep shower my mind and once again i was able to connect with the fact that you now life is full but i don't really have problems right like i can see what a what was. Formerly problem is like oh actually. There's a lot of solutions here. And i can deal with these things much more creative ineffective effective ways. Yeah i love that th verse along the lines of something. I was thinking of this last year. I also use the the pandemic and just the isolation around that my instinct. May those like ooh. What a good opportunity for me to really almost live this kind of monastic life. In the city. I can just be in my own little hermitage and be left alone and Really deeply enjoy and go back to studying the original texts. And i just kind of getting into those deeper layers of my practices. Well and one of the interesting things. I noticed that process was like like what you're talking about is no matter if you're doing the work in. You're always in a good habit of meditating in your your self aware and you're you're actively pursuing growth and awakening consistently even in that process. There is almost this Cellular nature of of suffering and dental problems. Maybe talent you know just issues that will come and what it is. It's like if you wanna be. This is kind of what i thought of is like. Oh so you're a wave of awareness. Jose save of awareness there if that wants to be in a body height for it to hang around on this in these dimensions it needs to be in a body for it to have some tactile surface inexistent time. And if you're gonna be in a body than that means you're going to be one in an ego and then to you also going to be wrapped in this container and just that containers going to need. It's maintenance like a. it's like a car or something right and so it's kind of nice to like it. Became funny to me thinking like yeah you know there or is this constant flow of those little challenges challenges like micro problems you're talking about but there just relative to having a body you know and just kind of time right yeah right and so. When have you look at them from that perspective. They become a lot less. I think tedious because it can be like. Oh my god. Yeah it's kinda. I thought like wind is like going to the bathroom ever end like you just seems like it's this endless always like so many times a day forever like he just never stops right. It's like just this biological function that keeps county times. You have to go and your life when oh yeah it never stops because this is the part of having a body and i think that just those little types of just that little sand in the in the oyster that you're talking about it's wherever you think of it in that way it makes it tour almost like endure it. You know those things you know. It's like oh yeah that's just that that aspect of being in body and There it is in their goes. You know and Also i love you. How you're talking about noticing the arising different feelings that you're feeling and putting some space in between your of course your your reaction or your response to those are engaged under your attachment to them and another valuable thing that hit me during this last summer was That was focusing really intensely on the three poisons just a desire and ignorance blues sitting with those thinking like okay. I'm going to meditate each day for an hour. Just on one of those and like really. Draw all my attention to that too where it's coming from. How is that stuff stored in my body. What's arising and so on. And so on and of course you know letting it go on a very finely tuned level in earnest ons level. And after i went through know a few weeks of a intensely focusing on each of those things and then focusing on them together kind of like seeing how they're all daisy chained and and kind of bootstrap to each other and how they actually help each other. you know. Continue to grasp your attention and make you grasp at them and so forth assorted noticing kind of deeper levels. How each of those things individually really start as you pointed out earlier. They start like in the muscle tissue in the nervous system. And only then. When they the body reacts to its you know chemical response to the external or internal world it begins to kind of shimmer and tremor and like a tuning fork almost vibrates in rises up poured and then as that's the circus level of the foundation of consciousness and as a arise upward through the matrix of awareness. It is then closed in what we have applied signs to as emotion in meaning and then subject you know and so then we think of a thing that we then attach that to right and then that thing becomes the sign that we can create a separation with and you know be angry at it or want it or need it in feel. It's like that is outside of us in. It'll cause the distraction therefore the suffering. But one thing i noticed that was quite interesting. Was that at the root level. Were those those phenomenon exists as simply sensations of the nervous system that those things those feelings are all pre concept right so anger desire delusion which or misapprehension misperception of asia or the things that you were talking about the general challenges and and thoughts come up all of those things. The kind of the engine that is driving all of those things is actually free of conceptualization and through the self awareness of just the arising physical phenomenon of the body the the unquiet the unchombd the instill the unfocused that that is where a deeper attuned mint. And i think excavation of those things can occur. This is really interesting. Because i feel like we're going into the area where we're talking about the different parts of the mind and the way the buddha window and like the mind as i've been touted as perception sensations and you have your reactions and consciousness and matter So oftentimes when people are having a lot of difficulty When something you know one situation arises or another they will think that the outside object right is causing certain emotions and they'll be much more easily felt on the level of the mind. But what's actually happening if you take a subtle awareness to To happening in the mind and body your reaction is beginning at the level of sensations. So you're like kind of connected to what you were saying. How it's it's really like in the cells in the atoms like there. There's this feeling that's coming up that you are then giving perception too and that perception is being qualified in a particular way. And you're like oh this thing that i'm feeling on the body. This is good. Or this is bad and your other craving or you're having version to it and this can happen in a lot of different ways you can also have the perception. I and you can recognize something us. Oh good or bad and then you have sensations and then the sensations you'll react to them very quickly and what's interesting about that that those reactions right even if you are a very practice meditators and you've been doing this for for decades You'll still be reacting like until you're fully liberated so unless you're an ottoman and you're totally liberated That faculty of reaction in the mind will remain. And what's interesting is that has your progressing on the past you or your perception. Which really contains everything. That's happened in the past. You know all the ways that you've perceived things as good or bad or neutral That actually starts getting washed away and is instead of it being perception and actually becomes wisdom so that your consciousness what much more easily perceive things through with them as opposed to perceiving things through the lens of your personal pass and once you're much more you know you have this clear consciousness Your ability to react are your ability dysfunction of reaction it just loses loses its power so the more that you acquire wisdom reaction decreases over time and but to expect perfection out of yourself you now possess happens to a lot of meditators is that you will start practicing and all of a sudden. You're like okay. Well why am. I still feeling anger. Why am i feeling bad. But the reality is i lear- not fully liberated. So this is an if you look at the tax write like this could actually be out practice that you know you could make great strides in this life. But sometimes it's like a multi life process. So you do have to take a while to really cultivate that equanimity. So that you're not constantly reacting and adding to that suffering of life Totally it's like the spiritual do something has talked about earlier. It's you decide you want to run a marathon but you've never exercised before and then go in like you read all about it you see. Other people running marathons you hear how good it is to run a marathon in all right. I'm going to take the plunge. I'm going to identify myself as a marathon runner so now. That's who. I'm thinking of myself. As as i am a marathon runner and i'm going to run one in the new start running get tired after ten seconds. And you're like wait a second warranty crushing it right now. It's like oh 'cause it takes a decade to become a really well conditioned athlete. In the way you're thinking you know i think meditation you know things to work in the same way that's just the the aspect of the byproduct of our culture of instant gratification of course In in the me mrt of of spiritual life doesn't which were grant even more granular. You know in that sense But you're touching something really important than is the importance of of course Separating first of understanding how your your perception is conditioned by our past experience in your surroundings and then just the self organizing nature of your your life's path or the causal nature of it or if you've or determinist or you look at that as though what was determined meant free to experience these things In i love the way you described a really important and fundamental part of awakening which is first off Recognizing that everything you're perceiving is subjective and it's just as you The veil over true nature of reality and then once you turn that from Imprisonment of what is actually there. You know this calcification of being able to see the full expanse the depth of what is in you let go of your attachment to that then and of course with a bit of experience in life you realize. Each of those experiences were and ours. The curriculum you needed to apply to your own existence in your own path as each one as a tool of awakening to wake up to what is beyond that experience. And that's whenever those bits of past turn into wisdom and then you start seeing reality with a mind that is inherently seeing from a place of wisdom and you start to see closer to the true nature of rowdy the the the view of the world free from your own Lens who your on point of view in that way in the way of not not that we don't all still see everything a bit different have different know what they say. Impressions of what is but not being a not grasping and being attached to those impressions and even recognize him in that moment. Okay will the there are all of my my symbol systems that represent reality. They're not even mind there. Just symbol systems right. And then that connect so beautifully back to what you mentioned earlier. About the arising on that cellular level as that's the importance of the Form in the formless. Right so that is up is then you see. Oh wait a second all of these things. I'm calling anger or desire or whatever. Those are all just form and you get down to him and break them down small enough and get intimate enough with feeling than you realize. Oh these wrote this is sensation as actually formless and then you take that wisdom into your daily life in you see the symbols of what you perceive to be reality as what before were finite indefinite so this person says something in this way. They're aggressing me or i see that thing. I need to know those periods of that pair of shoes to look this way to these people. Or i'm attracted to that person and if i was with them that would mean ex Or whatever the thing is obviously the. It's an infinite game. Where have you see that stuff itself as also the formless just as the sensation that happens below the thing that gives rise to suffering. That's how one then wakes up to the true nature of reality one thing that you're really spot cam at mind right now. Which is you know in the western world worse so accustomed to receiving objectivity or as much objectivity as we could get from the scientific method arm which becomes really difficult because even then the people who are you know going through the process is in my. My wife is a science tells me all the time. She's like this is like we try our best object but even then you know. Our perceptions are so dense are so driven by our past and our current emotions that it's difficult to get a clear answer but what the buddhist teaching does is that it literally will try to cleanse your mind at such a deep level and give you the tool which has essentially equanimity at the the thing that actually cuts dependent origination right like the wheel of suffering When you have more and more your ability to be objective becomes much much much like it comes incredibly powerful and this is what special lane you know when you're practicing and you're meditating. You're literally cultivating mental clarity. And even if you look back at like the buddhist life which i think is so inspiring like not only did he put forth a clear spiritual path that leads to total liberation from craving from suffering. But he also had was like one of the first most popular scientists in when he was able to observe the body like using his own mind. Right he was able to acknowledge that there were basically subatomic particles that were changing incredibly rapidly within the body and he was able to just like literally feel these things in his body and using his own mind using his own objectivity and just perceive impermanent is happening at every level. It's not only happening at like grander physical level that you can see with your eyes but it's also happening in your mind is happening in your body and it's happening at the deepest atomic levels And to me that some inspiring because this is like you know it's nothing that it's not something that i have but it's something that if you continue practicing yes you're equanimity so bas- basically your ability to perceive something without reacting to it your ability to Gather a situation in your mind without having any craving towards it or any aversion towards the like that will help you perceive it in its total clarity and having that objectivity in your own mind it is possible within the human mind even know. It's sorta like taboo because some ways Science has kind of like taking like monopoly on objectivity when in reality. I think though first levels about you objectivity actually came from spirituality came from people who are like you know has their minds so deeply climbs through such serious in our work that they were able to not only know themselves profoundly but understand the universe at these like super elemental levels that were only then were reaffirmed by like you know western science thousands of years later. Totally the dom of pacheco's like still they're still fit like modern science still like coming to these grand conclusions and it's like yeah once again like you're just now you're showing up to the party. That was already started way. Back and that basket In the i man. That's one of the things. I find to me about The the buddhist story and buddha's life which i love reading about That is so inspiring. It's always been this guiding light from me from the beginning And i mean just because it conveniently aligns was my own baggage from a young person of being like intensely anti-authoritarian of and auto didactic and so forth and You know growing up without a father so it made me realize young age it. If i feel myself world and that way you know that i was down a teacher and so if i needed to figure out a cup mallon path through the jungle that whole program that runs on your mind if that's your your karma The buddhist story is so inspiring to me. Because he's like there weren't any you know a lot of other texts around. You know he was. Like i'm gonna go sit down and just think my way through this and not even think. But you know. I mean buddhism's of course often seen as being overly intellectualized in some ways. But feel and think no your way through this. You know his starving observe right and it's so beautiful that the foundation of it showing how that's possible showing how no matter who you are where you are what your situation is if you simply sit and look inward and just allow and learn and take one little step at a time. Then it's possible. And i always thought of the the many steps on temples on a temples in east represent that where it's like you don't get to heaven you don't get to ascendance you. Don't get to the clarity of the open sky in any other way than taking one little step and then another little step and not at the airport tired you get tired. You double shouldn't go up all the way and they another little step and finally when you get to the top you can see the vantage point of all things and the clarity of the three hundred sixty degree horizon gives you. That's whenever the equanimity pops. Because you see at all you know. Yeah i mean it's incredibly powerful man like honestly like i i personally. I don't consider myself to be a buddhist about exciting. Yeah but i. I have like the utmost respect for the buddhist teaching and i you know the way i like to understand the buddha like i see him as the premier like psychologists of of all humanity rheinland. He stood the mind far better than any other human who has ever lived and even to the point. Where like we're you know. The psychology has done like so many amazing things and has helped people greatly. But when we're talking to the most aspects of the mind like where you know where suffering begins like suffering being caused by ignorance being caused by craving being caused by version and being able to actually like purify these These patterns like half the root level. Like not just be able to learn how to live with these patterns and not like these panels control you but literally purify them That's something that's very rare in this world. And i i was like i'm very open with people i tell them you know. I meditate meditative pasta. Meditating s and cuenca tradition. I get so much from it but my my belief is that everyone needs to begin wherever they are and also find something that suits them where where they are because even even the two of us like we practice in different tradition. And that's perfect. You know we're both getting some at so much benefit and there are other friends of mine. Who are not interested in meditation. But they've found amazing therapist. That are helping them. Take steps forward and i love how we live. We specifically live in time. Where because the world has become so globalised and so interconnected. You can find some of the best techniques and healing practices from all these different traditions. All these different of the world and be able to you know use them to your benefit too like honor them and use it to your benefit in a way where you can deeply transform your life. And i'm like unheard of and probably like all of human history. We know where the world has been able to just be that connected and you can access something that you know is not only cia. It's challenging but it's not overwhelming. And i feel like that's that's sweet spot. 'cause i know some friends of mine who you know for them like either. They've gone through so much trauma in their life. Back to sit down meditate. It's like it's too much for them. Which i totally respect right like everyone has very different emotional history. Everyone has buried different mental conditioning. So you need to begin. Wherever is most Safe and adequate for you because ultimately like my belief is that if everyone in the world and not necessarily everyone but like many many many people around the world actually start a very serious personal transformation and they take just a few steps for like a few steps up that That pyramid or mountain. That you were just mentioning like and everyone kind of just does their best to to move up a little bit. Then there's going to be so much more kindness in the world so much more sharing so much more giving so much more love and so much less harm. And i think if more and more people try to take that step forward in whichever way functions best for them than were all going to be much better off and human society would radically change whether that's through meditate or not Absolutely man and that's really like i think what you're talking about there is is really the potential birth using the connectivity of the internet to for the first time have a global community in this way to where people really can can see each other and can be there in all kind of like wake up to some type of discourse and balance and connection. That's beyond all attention. That's created by the fake lines that were drawn maps by old white men right. I feel like in no know. It's not a change that will happen like overnight And it's not something like you see. These massive changes happening over decades. But i think it's so interesting that at the same time that we have these massive collective challenges like climate change global inequality. We have just like these tremendous Situations that we have to deal with. You know that we're going to have to like come to turn with come to terms with and figure out a way to like sort of reorganize humanity so that we can treat all people better and actually give people and support them in their like. Most basic material needs so that people are just like suffering and dying needlessly and to be able to decrease that structural harm and actually increase structural bashan so that weekend like actually be compassionate to each other not just on the one on one level but from society to society or society being able to much better hold itself I think that's like one of the most critical things that will see during the century because we have no other option but to grow because our challenges are so massive Absolutely and it was so cool is inherent in that growth comes to solution because the inner gross collapses the bullshit of us and them now and dams moves that wall that had identification of separateness. And that's what creates the other. You know the other. Is you look at any great suffering and pain in history that's organized by humans in all comes from the person or people who are in charge i in other to because then they can create you know using fear or whatever know a group of people to align with them and be led and then they have someone to download all of their their pain and problems at you know and that's of course been just the the story of so much of how our entire human civilization came into its own existence in structure and through doing that healing in softening in an eventually moving that notion of Not not the reality of just like all the other people live on this continent. I live on this continent. Well let's just say a tactile you know physical physics. It's no big deal but the but seeing people as separate you know is Obviously create so much so much pain and so much a global end through the healing being able to find that unity is. That is the way for sure totally and you know at the same time. We're not trying to light erase identities or anything like that. I think one of the main goals is to be able to appreciate our differences but have enough compassion so that on the individual and structural level. Racism sexism transphobia. These things won't be an issue anymore. Because that sort of impetus for people to harm other people. We would have decreased that by doing enough internal work and this is why to me. It's like it's it's exciting to see these these sort of bigger national and global conversations around mental health because you know what comes after mental health. It's actually deep healing. You know because if you really want for your mental health. You're going to need to be introspective. Quiet to need some type of vehicle to be able to engage with yourself internally f. You're actually able to build that knowledge of yourself and that love of yourself. Then you're going to be dramatically less inclined to heart to harm other people. Yeah so beautiful said man so wonderful. Yeah absolutely absolutely spot on So men congrats on your new book. Yeah i'm pumpad. I it's it's been It's funny because i worked on the book during the pandemic like really quietly. Like chipping away this book and and really. I've been working on it since i've finished The first ones in the finnish inward and i was putting all the pieces together and finit adding all the last touches adding all the new material that i was putting in there but That was an interesting ride. Just you know having this book she not only about personal transformation but it was also gonna be abou about like deep fried connections and deep romantic connections and all the while my wife and i it's just the two of us like it's like that moment where all the work that we've done in our like twelve years of being together right because we met really young i she was eighteen and now his nineteen when we first got together and sort of bringing all of the lessons like the pandemic was sort of like the like the super bowl of like. Have you actually applied the lessons that you've learned over the decade plus of time that you've been together and it was great and we were able to manage. I think in a pretty healthy way where you know. We gave each other space. We were supporting each other. We were constantly communicating so that we could We know like share our little spot in new york that we had in a way that was that was just like nourishing to the both of us and at the same time like in a safe way because it was just like Especially like you know being in new york april and in march of twenty twenty one like the pandemic first occurred They were like really trying times. You know they were it was it was difficult like hearing from all of my friends like having my own families in family members you know be hurt by and other friends and family members be hurt by code. It was a real test. But i think that's where a lot of the relationship pieces were kinda like mercalli born out of the pandemic. There's a chapter in. The book. Called the love between us. And i think most of that i wrote during Basically during the arising and like existing cove it while the so beautiful man. Who i love the i heard sharon says say one time that you right what. You're what you're going through. You know that's the best stuff to ride is just worrying are what you're seeking what you're going through. Just make that your material you know and then what's interesting is that it comes out and people think you're expert you know. And they're like oh. Wow this person must know everything and say well. Yeah i figured. I figured it out like right before this was published was working with with that idea. That's where the idea came from. That's so nice to hear that you all had that type of Deepen in resin experience in lockdown. I shared that. You know an totally mirrored. That was you know my wife. And i have been together for like fifteen years and it was really just so wonderful. I it's weird that it's i'm so grateful that in being and we've been extremely strict this entire time decide of respect for you know rationality and the community in ourselves and our friends and yeah. It's like our relationship. Our connection and our happiness is only gotten stronger through it. And i'm really grateful for that and it's it's beautiful that that you had a similar experience and we're able to share it in the way that other people can use those insights to learn from into reflect themselves in. You know i look at all the stuff that you know that Great authors write as a little bits of map in all of us wall traversing this territory. You know and and you can share pieces of the map to help someone else get. Were they're going faster. I mean that is the act of selfless service. It's funny ass. I did a podcast. Which on southbound. A few months ago at the end of the end of twenty twenty and she she really made me laugh. 'cause she was like you know she was telling me that she follows me on twitter and she was like you know the pandemic and all these like really intense things are occurring. And she's like an. I'm following you and you're like tweeting about relationships and laughing about it and now it's like no i was like i know i think but that's just. What was you know immediately like what you were saying. Like it was something that felt so immediate and important. Because i know how they're just so many people who would you know they. They would find work as an escape from home and to be able to like had to have that challenge before upon you to like either to be with your family members or your loved ones or fail because like it's just like so difficult as you literally couldn't escape so to me it's like this is one way that could be of service as to like find out you how can i not only build harmony was by wife but then can i translate that into words to see if that gives other people some sort of reflective material for them to be able to also make better decisions during these trying times in their relationships and when i think about you know like the inward like my first book that one was really just focused on personal transformation like as an individual getting to know yourself taking those few steps in word And it really. You know. I'm specifically wrote it for people who are not meditators And but once you start taking those steps in word and you start getting to know yourself like you end up with is just more clarity about your life out who you are and your aspirations and you also get An opening to build deeper connection so to me. It felt like that natural step was to you know keep building on this personal transformation work but now let's see and right out like what does heartbreak feel like like what does Being in a relationship that doesn't work feel like and an also. What does it feel like to be in a relationship. That is struggling. But how can you make it work. You know what can you actively do to to bring the both of you together and the the clearest answer was that if you are both trying to actively build their emotional maturity trying to actively build your individual self awareness and recognizing and doing something about the fact that you both probably have things to heal within yourselves then this is going to create a bridge of communication in harmony. Between the both of you that you're gonna be able to build a much better relationship from It was nice. You know getting that opportunity to just try to clarify that because that's honestly been my experience like before. I started meditating before my wife started meditating. Our relationship was like a hurricane. It was like it was chaotic and and afterwards once we started knowing ourselves then you know the harmony came men. that's so wonderful. What is your your process. You're writing process like that. Do you have a as kind of a schedule that you follow every day. Or how does that work. It's slow productivity men it's on. I am like learning how my creativity and my like a rough or do i even exists. I don't know but like but like the The creativity that's kinda like flowing through me like palm learning how to better Manage it and what. I've noticed that works best is just letting myself work without very very strict timelines and And sometimes i drives my publishers like a little nuts. Since then but like you know i i'd much rather take my time and push a deadline back and make something that i'm like okay. This is great and as is ready and then put it out there and and then you know people actually find it useful So to me it's all about slow productivity so you know i'll go a bunch of days like writing a little bit every day and then i'll go three days in a row and i won't write anything because my body is just demanding rest and silence and quiet and it demands also like you know constant like focused thinking so. Ill needs to relax to just watch netflix. for a few days on but then other than that Wants to inspiration back in. I'll go back into writing back into you. Know a pretty productive mode but i try to just stay pretty loose on it And find that that middle path between basically being strict and being lazy. That's crazy man that makes total sense. Who keeping that. That's what i think you know in the creative process. That's what keeps your fire going. You know because it's like sometimes. The coles are warm. Sometimes they're hot there blazing but if you just keep on you know burning and burning and burning and burning mindlessly than it's gonna turn to ash and that's a whole other ball of suffering and terror you know So having that we're sort of Allowing it to be what it needs to be in the moment and not trying to get in the way right. 'cause like your idea of oh well i need to meet this time liner. I need to be doing x. Y. and z. Just taking all that that template office. Oh it meaningless. It's just the math of who's come before you really you know and said okay. Let's take that off and just listen to the thing. If you listened to the thing tells you what needs you know and and just get out of its way in the been following rick rubin on instagram. Oh he's yes. He's one mad so you so helpful like he He wrote one thing about how when you feel it like when you feel the creativity like don't wait for later to act on it. Act on it right then and there and that's something that i've totally taken to heart so like whether it's like in the morning middle of the day or from like you know wherever i am like if i feel it i'm like okay i need. I need to ride this way right now. And and i've done i've done like i've tried a lot of different things like i've tried being really strict and i've tried You know practices where i will Right something new everyday for a whole month and it works great. It works fine. But i honestly what i've seen time and time again. Is that the pieces that form themselves in my mind. Seamlessly are far better. Received than the ones that i have to like ed chat really like pick at and dig and try again and again and sometimes occasionally those are those at work great and they'll support people while but the best ones are the ones that just flow so i'd much rather like try to set myself up for you know proper receiving as opposed to like forcing anything. That's so cool. It's so wise. Creatively i think of like my stuff that i write as like zen shower thoughts guy and good man. I love sharing it. It's good so you so much. thank you man will. Yeah thanks again for so good to talk to you. Thanks again for coming on the pike has. It's always such a a real pleasure. Amir such a beautiful and a insightful and i just such a wonderful mind served great great human being so thank you for existing and doing all the work that you've done to help yourself and help everybody else and man. I can't wait to see your new book. Go out into the into the wilderness. Yeah thank you so much. I really honestly feel the same way about you event. Every time we interact it just feels so january and then real. And i i just i benefit from it. So much and I'm grateful that we share this space together

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Solskjaer's Honeymoon Over?

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Solskjaer's Honeymoon Over?

"Walkmans sedition the show on down. Thomas joined by shacking crate villian Stevie nickel Markazi with us a little later on reflecting on that thriller between vary. Our boss Alona we start in the Premier League, man. She United with the chance to third in the table, five minutes in Yukon chance straits at Patrizio. You're dead center. What boy is pick him, although blue Koku should better which you should just had to stand up. They take deserve lead. Then in the thirteenth minute. Matome navy? The goal should good strike picking up pieces. It comes off the ground for tissue. Just keep Jesse lingo with a clear head. It's make it to head and because he just tries to gave an busy enough pace. And then it's an error that wounds would certainly capitalize on as Diogo hot. So make it one one. And we'll just suck my chest. United in just. Step out. We've hit the a short. I'm really not show what Fred is sinking. But does. Well, more finds Ridley back of the net. Ten minutes as a second half. Brillian? Save 'em Patricia to keep it at one one. The do cocker had to reshoot a direction. And then moments later absolutely young already on a yellow card is off. Crazy challenge. She's ready on a yellow, Donna. And then we'll take advantage of extra man. It's an own-goal from Chris malling was who haven't been overly convincing despite the superiority ball into the box causes chaos to here not convincing small and gets out of touch finishes wolves to Manchester. United one. Saul showy with the with the game, which is Wayne because United Stein. Really? Well, then once we got that silly go back, then really United find that extra no spilling taking Hof until the end and all and look the more lightly. I mean, not graphic said eighteen shorts goal. But you know, that's a mess Ledin because of report shorts from late twenty five yards. That flashed my always over the bar. I thought it was another uninspired performance another down to ten men and not the craziness of young. But not surprising. Well, I thought it was uninspiring against a very good. We'll say we'll be twice. They will look we can't against waffled at home. They will source said the what for Judah probably won the game. And that's the last four the lost off the back of this. We've spent the last week talking about the month been given the job. Well, I know it needs wholesale changes. But I just I don't believe the week nights of hunt. I just don't believe someone decisions that will be made. And then contrast to some of the performances as well. I don't think there's much fall into wiscon- bang average. If you yeah, if you player, you could see you know, what we we actually had some good Janis. And we could up this game at one good chance. The head of the potential other. Otherwise, the game could have been done industy. Of course, actually you'll get sent off as well doesn't help. But the truth is. As a game of football wolves are the best team. You know, the move the ball better. The movement was better. They will it will just more enjoyable to wash. So mine Chechen aided of you are not going to get a result. Then at least performance and this performance wasn't good enough. Again. I thought it was you can see whether we're trying to do. I'm not sure how much better they actually were much gonna three up in the first twenty minutes, we reestablish out. And there's only when was went down. I started to play in the first any second off came and again United dominating. And I was gonna wait them for wolves to try to take this game by as a dip and stuff, but it never happened. Even when much went down to ten men, I don't think woes will anywhere near as dominant as should have been. But then they go through to through Chris mauling. And now a bit of a disaster. And I think the result looks better for woes that it actually was. But you could see what they're trying to do. Sit back so compression only break, I don't think they would that effective even against ten minute of Manchester United which brings me to the point of Ashley young sent off an rightly shoe, and in my opinion, not second challenge that he was sent oh full could quite easily administrate read he could have been booked Liliane office. Well, he was just a disaster waiting to happen. Obviously went to about Sharon. And you take a look at the play ratings sit out again today, we're something we talked about yesterday off the back of Markle. Let's pull pump the most expensive player in Manchester United's history yet again goes missing in a game that you would expect him to take on the stuff to prove your point tough your chest out and take this team to the win many wasn't the only one. But here's the main one, I suppose one way it puts. He's supposed to be the main guy, and he didn't he didn't raise a Gallup again today. That's two games against wolves. He's been poor. Let's not forget good. A team is will they are promoted Saint and they've just beaten Manchester netted twice in the space of a Cutler weeks. I mean, not telling the story, but I. For. I honestly think this this whole bubble about the enter manager comes in everybody gets a left. Everybody gets spark as gone. Yes. As well. And truly gone. We're in reality. Stacey anonymous, well and truly over. Well, of course, he's contract now. So the honeymoon as Ovar, well and truly an go by appoint someone might hop in the boss alone. I don't think so not not been PS g you can get they can have a body and you can win but go back to that. When you look mine United this team, these please. People were getting to carry the way with the results when it was papering over the Phil rebuilt team needs. I know that had still had some injuries and the big question here is and that's the point. I was making early week Stevie was making. How can such an experienced manager oversees such a big rebuilt of the biggest club and football? Because if you think it needs half a dozen players because of one x games a few weeks ago, then you living clo cuckoo one, and he and he needs he needs poll pct give pobal break when marina was there. Because I thought this was most of it was all done Marino. But if I Paul Paul bre when monk issue NATO doing well, he's fronting center, but when the doom well, it disappears and people should understand when when when you when you make an you have an influence on team you have to be able to do it when things are going badly. And if your poll Palmdale, and you're supposed to be there man, you should be either. Getting everybody running getting everybody in position me make it known that you actually doing something your influence in the site. And that's the biggest problem when when money United don't do. Well, poke disappears completely I tend to disagree. But I think Paul is doing only things that he's always been doing even does French national team tonight. The issue is little slide rubles and let me get into this. Let's lied route border to Luke ARCO which Lukaku than read or didn't understand that annoys pick up the big difference here as this is a bang out verage Manchester United team, and I couldn't disagree more with moccasins glue. What is suggesting all on how can you compare Pol Pot? But the likes of Bryan Robson, Roy Keane. When when you look at the Yukon. Louis Yukon by. Against his Bryan Robson Chaka, and I can shoot you much issue ain't to doing. Well, that was only one guy that you always see you can point the finger at hand because it wasn't making runs in the box. Score goals. You know, what it was doing? He was going around the kicking the position of Nagorno teammates to make sure that this is a bang average, my green with if you look at this team here Paul poke at maybe rash spread apart. Nobody's even gets into the squads of Brian Robeson, Manchester, United or ROY Manchester United not even into the squad Anatolian is an idol. Anatolian going into the game. I point is there is nothing anybody can do to really influence this month. So the more. I'm not influences. My chest to ends. Ends an easy target because of his price on is. No. Onside of outside of mentioned Renaldo who comes into this month. Chest United on how this impacts that. We offered. I'm not asking him to make. Defense posses and school to high. I'm not joking about I'm talking about. Actually, look in Zoll. You have an influence with things against you that you're either getting your team together, you make making challenges you you going around making shoot you make you have an influence. Let's. Time much as United playing against wolves that us sat virtually edge of their own box. He's sitting off trying to find peace trying to pick posits that he likes of Lukaku those two on the same. We've Lang I think Luke beer a lot a lot of the blame there. And then set of that what do you do sitting? We just don't wanna lose team by team. We you go in the ball by gives. It doesn't get it up. Give away ten years. I was doing this to do this compare. Well, no, he's going to do more in the game. I mean shock I understand. I totally agree with you. They are now United Site. He's the talisman. He's the most talented clearly of Gaul, but talent a law, and there's not enough for months Chechen a moment. The needs to be other things needs to be grit and determination and graft. And I don't think we see enough from him to go back to Davis. Oh, here's Bryan Robson example, you you're talking about an average United team. Let's not aware of yourselves here and false wearing T United took him years to me because the recovery United State, but it tell you what he stuck out like foam, Bryan Robson stucco a soul foam because it was a leader. He was the captain not until he was plus next him will this onto basic sessile enemy. The other say does boscell on next. Yeah. Then west home, then boss again, then mindsets. Then Chelsea who we could get your point and five games time where Edward would assault can office somewhere thinking the hail of. I don. I'm telling you Miller dramatic just looking at pictures of protein. Let's run in regarding the tall for race real missed opportunity United to take charge. They still remain. Then behind also in Spurs that running trade mentioned you go west evidence city Chelsea Hudson, and Colin if a nice way to finish. Where do they stand now in regards in your opinion, those four well, it's quite clear to me another gaming Honda's rail. So it's actually ending their honcho Hohmann has. If they don't get flu that period talked about a minute ago, the Huddersfield and count of games will be relevance at the end of the way, they're played if will through those games with enough points and things you look at Spurs. They've got their new stadium. Noyce nineteen coming that challenge here for me to the right? No. This is exactly how it finishes. Awesome and third. They've got the easiest of the four no question. Chelsea and six I think they'll continue to shoot themselves in the Sydney find ways to big question. Mark around spruce is holding into this new stadium and as much as they've lost their last five in the league. Four of those have been a week from whom five of this last seven this is the new stadium. The sentence it in the new digs and get the wins that you'd think they would then obviously there's nothing United can do at this point. But as we've seen in deposits moving into a new stadium is not necessarily that easy. It is. Just an easy transition. We see how that works Swiss final thing, then the United making full. I don't know suppose. I don't know. Whether it's also, I know it's no Chelsea meanwhile, today Fillon, officially relegated that we playing the championship next season. What for beating them by four goals to one? They are out. Of course, we'll see matches tomorrow Chelsea take Brian ecologist Spurs Crystal Palace. Drama in Spain's finished via Riyan four boss alone. A full eight points after let's see one against the Girona, but it was extrordinary match out. Awesome. Tune in their absolutely cruising. Very Alvin came back to lead by full goals. Too. Messy off the bench goes freak Aikman Swire's pretty much the loss of the game to make it for four. Now is all lanes from this game about how importantly now messy is football Celona. Oh, how softballs look at the when that pushed? You too. And you try for. Figure woman the bomb lane is is that. The chances are the gonna lose more games. If they keep defend the not way, you kind of messy to come on and change again. So many times time after time every time he steps on the field. So let's you huge problem. Newsflash messy is important. The bench. What more of not when he's not in the band. She's getting them. Yeah. Getting them off in the front for anyway. And then they can go into cruise control. But when he's come off the end. The. Dom good what she ended. The there's a reason why we've all got boss Alona. I think we'll boss alone as favorites to win the championship league. Because of Lino Massi. Meanwhile action in eighth elite today events winning by two goals to now away against Cowdery. But this wasn't a big talking points throughout the game from some sections of the fans movies Cam was racially abused. He then school at the second. Go sit in front of the crowd to celebrate and call some reaction and some questionable question but Nuccio afterwards saying well can those he schools go we have to focus on celebrating teammates. He knows he could have done something differently to they were racist chairs off cold place her there, and was angered I think the blame is fifty fifty because my shouldn't have done that. And the curve should not have reacted that way. We up professionals. We have to set the example and not provoke. Anyone can give them all of the show. Again, these from the outside looking in seeing some misguided from Banou Cina. Misguided if not outright shocking. I mean, that's his teammate. Incidentally that he's talking about. There can only assume that that Baluchi didn't realize that motion can fell he was racially abused before the goal and that the the the celebration, which by the way, simply involved him standing there staring down the crowd with his arms out for for maybe ten seconds. That was a response to that. But even if it hadn't been respond to that, it seems pretty obvious to most same people that. If you feel provoked by player on the other team, there's one hundred one ways that you can you can express your anger. You can express your insults. But there are certain lines that you do not cross and you do not racially abuse. And your solution to this isn't to go out and say, well, you know, but he started it by by celebrating in that way. It's it's it's so frankly, unconscionable Bucci would come out and say that I would hope that he takes the opportunity to next the next day to to come out and and retract that. Or maybe even listen to his manager max legally who said there's no ifs, ands, or buts, when this happens, you find the people responsible, you drag them out, and you make sure that they never enter football ground over again and get ready to double down with that. Because then the president Tomaso Geneen would take it a step further. And this is embarrassing to be honest, if then a desk celebrate like that he would have been treated exactly the same way by fans. If the ball had the same drama Queen antics of the go between did he would have been treated exactly the same. I don't want people to stop being self righteous about abounding because I already whereas events is plays came to me afterwards. And invent confess Ken was wrong to celebrate. That way we can go around calling the entire coury crowd of fence. If things if they were race this is than fans go wrong, but it happened because of the Senate abrasion would have happened. Even if the goal scorer had a different color of skin that is in Paris in and it got. Yeah. And I mean, I heard Jelena's speak after the game slightly different version. But but the gist was. The gist was pretty much the same, and obviously it's entirely absurd. I don't think anybody's going to racially abuse desk who happens to be white even if you wanna give him the benefit of the doubt where maybe he didn't realize that moisture can felt he'd been racially abused before. You know, we're outer space territory here. And then he did this the same thing, which always happens. He says, oh, but the cry it was a minority in the crowd. You know, we are not a racist club. We're not a racist fan base. This happened with moon dotty a couple years ago. And he wrote this whole screed about how how he's really tolerance city, and there isn't much racist. Nobody's attacking the city of comedy. Nobody's attacking the Kennedy fan base Dobies attacking the club. What people are taking issue with even if it's a minority is the fact that moisture can goes to play football match and gets racially abused because of the color of skin. That's the simple part. It simply doesn't matter. If your show upset by moisture cans celebration, there's one hundred and one things you can shout at him and you can call them without moving into races territory. That's the point which which Mr. Giulini evidently doesn't seem to understand. And he doesn't understand. This is the third time, by the way that this is. Kagyu to happen with maturity last year. Giulini apologize Damon on that occasion? And it happened. With was a couple years before that. I don't know why it's so difficult to get this point across while. You can't take say the stance that took after after the racial abuse of Kula Bali who said anybody who does this. We don't want you here. I don't care for its one guy. Ten guys ten thousand people. You're not part of this club. You're not wanted. And if we can't you you're out of here, it's very very simple for club president to to to send that message. And and this guy evidently doesn't get it might wanna start shit. Also, this is the most disgusting example of victim blaming I have seen in football for for quite some time. On the one hand Gillian in what he has to see as awful as it is he's trying to defend his own, but nuchills Komen zoo and capture leads exactly what is wrong with talion football. And why this issue is not going anywhere anytime soon as far as Syria Newtown football is concerned. If you see your teammate, whether you recognize the abuse, she's getting before note, and he reacts he does. And then you you apportion fifty any of the blame to him. It says so much more about the mentality of people like Leonardo Banou Benicio and the acceptance of players like moisture Ken within not just room and their role in talian football going forward, Ren, UC rain, you see the legs have between react as he does. It says exactly whole deep that abuse was for both him and can't unicorn. Of this game. And then the present come out on labelling that as as drama Queen antics. No, I'm really not sure how you gloss over all of this. I really don't. And it's time for the thirties to take very strong action here take action against club close close of the stands Shanshan club presidents, hefty, fines, whatever it may be. Similarly, I think you vent as a club given who they are given their own reputation their own staying in the game have to take what Bucci said that is not Representative of Venice. And or should not be Representative event us, and there's a lot of blame to go around here in my opinion. Absolutely. None of it for the doorstep of either moisture can obligatory sequoia straight points events us in the end just taking. That means they of course, when it comes to win the title. Let's break out the gap. Once again took about Playa that we've already discussed lane today, the Spanish media full of speculation about poll, polka going rates, a truly different player is house entities. Describe him. Meanwhile, so she said he spoke to him. And he said look poker told me that he's going to stay that he won't be going anywhere in the summer and everything is fine. But then ask them big against icing hands on and all the prime objectives ram adroit in the summer, so gap. Polk. But ceramic trade this summer was the number. Give it a four for the simple reason. I don't think it's nailed on by any stretch, obviously in Real Madrid have the opportunity to get getting before. And and they've passed but the damage there. They wanna make your statement. I think a lot it's going to depend on whether wants to leave it's going to depend on whether United in the Champions League again next year. It's going to depend on what about wants to do. United aren't gonna keep them against his will. But every indication is that far. Anyway, is that what was happy at United and wants to be part of the rebuilt. Let's stay in Madrid show. We the front page of Markelle saying that Ramji cleaning house, there's some Gareth bale on his way out there. Trying to get rid of that record signing to leave row Madrid and the next couple of months cab. I only have this is three again, Dan. And the problem here isn't the round Madrid wanna move them on the problem here is that it's very difficult to find somebody who will take Gareth Bale's wages and is enormous contract, which which is three years to run that is an enormous commitment for anybody to make a new transfer fee on top of that. I think Graham hunter put it best. The only way that maybe you can sell this to say look look at what happened to our in, Robin. He didn't wanna leave either. Eventually he gave he took a initial pay-cut. You went to Byron and he relaunched his career, but it's a tough tough sell them fail. He just doesn't wanna leave me. We want in Catalonia. We still casino school today. However, the front pages sports saying that suits casino likes pants, gene. Mine just United and Chelsea such questions. You got which club is most likely Infantino almost another four. Well, I don't think it's going to be Chelsea apart from the issue of the transfer ban which Miami nocco away. We're not sure also whether sorry stays and sorry stays I don't continue fits. I think says you're still have financial fair play issues that they need assurances on those three. I think the most likely Manchester United I would give it a five that that he leaves United obviously, losing monta in terms of creativity. If they think that can be the player he was at Liverpool and the price is right. I think you could be a good addition. Meanwhile, could Jade in the Sancho began to manage was just reminded what Bruce dobermans pointing all right to Mike Zule said about navy Englishman leaving Jaden we'll play Bruce your next season with definitely planning with him. I'm also the F especially the English clubs to sign him. We'll be stronger and stronger if he continues to play that he will certainly not playing until the end of his career now is also parts of the truth. However, Jaden Sanchez denied figures like a hundred million pounds quoted in the press guy. What's the number? I'm even a six, obviously, love it. It's still very early. But I think this is something that's probably more likely than not likely in the sense that everybody's seen. What Senator do? Everybody knows. Saint Joe's profile he's becoming established with England as well, which which is even more to it than the simple fact of the matter is is that if you show up one hundred million or something close to that it's going to be very difficult for Borussia Dortmund, just saying, no, especially if the guy wants to go home, you know, he's kind of proven his point in two years in Germany finely, Rafael Veron, lots of talk that he could be leaving ram Madrid's it and came out and said he has said nothing to me. I wanted to stay things can happen in life. But he looks good to me imports thing is what he says to me, and he is currently the best club in the world. He's won a lot hair. Not macgyver leaving the summer. I got the number low down. I have the number at around three for the time being also because we've not had any indication at all from Verana or people or indeed sedan. You know, I this to me smells, like something contractual Madrid of a lot of older players a lot of guys long contracts. They want to move out for the rebuild possibly. But I don't see why Veran would would necessarily be one of them. They've signed town. I think is a tremendous defender. But you know, he's still very young. So to me verandah appears to be the bridge between Ronaldson town. Meanwhile, big wait for Gava's. He is allowed to rotten article with the senior writer Mark oakton over on the website to discuss whether or not it would benefit just United getting rid of the seas. Came out heavily critical of Cardi of two inches of the weekend. Just left him. How the team, of course. And here's just a little taste of what you have to say. You must have respect behaving locker room of left plays out for for less than my time into a lot worse games than this with for years into the into the Champions League with a khadi with all due respect. It's messy not Accardi who makes the difference. So then today just today. Four eight hours after saying that looking at the game against Genoa comedy will start tomorrow the table his tights results on aided in the context of all team at these worth moulder messy, and we're now put together. Is going on in spill lettuce. Head gab. Nobody knows. I mean, you all -ssume that he was the one who was a little bit on Hanjin inconsistent in his thinking at the club. Well, guess what? He's got good company in the form of his manager. When he came out. I you guys know the time before he decides to drop because of the or he got the obviously goes away. There's this weird ago. She was the team to sort of figure out how he's gonna come back t the the clubs say, okay, fine. You can come back and train you trains, her six days spaghetti drops from the lots game at the weekend. I'll stents because he didn't apologize in front of his teammates after the game. All you have to say if you're lettuce say, look he's out. That's it. It was one game. He'll be back which is apparently made all along. But no, we opened the can of worms goes into taxi out of the we know is a sensitive soul to begin with. And now this he goes. He doesn't one hundred eighty degree turn in the opposite direction. I can tell you this. If you're inter as a club, you're not happy with this. Because you've got a manager who you have a centre forward, we've got major issues. But then you got a manager who seems to to go and sort of enjoy pouring gasoline on the fire at every turn. I wouldn't be surprised if they had a word with him in between. And now he's gone totally in the other direction where we're suddenly the context of ink did Monica these worth more than than Messier Rinaldo combined. I don't know what to think. I mean, the guy's wandered off the reservation. Just to remind this stuff for you to enjoy. I'm gonna use. I won't say Google you too. 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John & Ken Show Hour 1 (05/10)

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John & Ken Show Hour 1 (05/10)

"In order to meet this moment we have to recognize. I have made mistakes. I mean you've seen the video of him at the french laundry okay. Appoint himself as the homeless. We're going to be called that. Pretty boy critics out there. Promoting partisan political power grabs. It's like there's one set of rules sacramento and there's another set of rules for everybody else. It's a stair step. He's trash people that are behind this members of the three percenters. The proud boys folks. That support cunanan conspiracies in so. That's the origin here. This recall is not just about the pandemic. it's about housi- homelessness. People have lost jobs that want businesses. Kids have not been able to go to school. We're not going to change course just because of a few naysayers and enduring stairs. We're going to defeat the recall. He's thumb. I love this state. I've watched frightening. It's exactly what i'm doing every single day. Twenty four seven. Three paul with two million folks defined it. The people are ready for change. Ready for it. Now on the rico against governor newsom from john and ken. Welcome how are you. Yes the john. And ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty and especially welcome to those you listening in the car. You're driving around your alone and you still have your mascot your our favorites. That is our updated recall desk. You're hearing the voices now. Three of the main candidates who would like to replace gavin newsom as governor caitlyn jenner. John cox and kevin faulkner they were all chiming in there with. What's wrong with gavin newsom. We will update this desk. I gather newsom twice in the last twenty four hours. Did you know that he called. No he emailed. He emailed back my personal account. Not to the john and ken show. And this one's called. Please give me a chance to explain. Shortwhile ago the secretary of state at least none of it. Sounds like a break-up Emailer so does it does. I know it's weird. I saw the title of. I'm like please give me a chance to explain a short while ago. The secretary state released numbers that indicate. The republican recall likely has the signature. Is it needs to qualify for the ballot. We also recently learned that caitlyn. Jenner is getting into the race with the help of donald trump's campaign manager like i said at the start. I'm not gonna take this fight lying down a blind down we thought you were. We thought you were going to take this lying down. Its plea for money. But i want to read to the main part. We talked about this last week. Which way were they going to go with the strategy. Now it's clear. If these wing recall leaders successful it would mean risking the progress. We've made fighting the pandemic. It would mean turning the state over to an anti mask. Antitax pro-trump extremists. We can't let that happen. Sign gavin got mail both of the Emails came with the anti mask. Antitax really yes. So that's apparently they're going with that. That's these brand new emails me. That's their strategy. Because ed write this off to anti mask antibac- pro pro-trump is dream est. So those are the parents whose kids have been barred from school. Does the business owners who had their lives destroyed. Those are the people who waited for a year to get unemployment benefits after they lost their jobs. Yeah all anti vaccine. Keyuan anti mask brad. Boys just mentioned cunanan anymore. But he's sticking with the anti mask antitax people. Well it's kinda it's kinda stupid because the anti mask thing is over and you know what a lot of people open up an email. John and see proud boys and go. Who's that i'm serious. They would love it. Sounds like a scout has got something bigger anti mask anti vaccine people that reaches every stat means in that car. You talked about with the mask on. Oh here's add. He's going to go. No no no way anti mask taking over my stay too. Don't you see this mass. Though i die in fact i'll be buried in it. I'm wearing a mask in my car. And i'm also wearing a condom. Just in case unsafe sex breaks out his other email was titled. I am writing to you respectfully. That sounds like when you get one from nigeria. I am writing to you respectfully to ask you if you would add your name to say you oppose the republican recall in california. They're both just asking for money. What was interesting about the first one they ask for three dollars and then they say it's more important more important than the money is the number of people we get to donate so i thought it was kind of an odd. I dunno they want to make it look like there's millions and millions and oppose the recall. Yeah diogo. He doesn't need the money he's got plenty of money. Okay that's why he's only asking for three dollars. He doesn't need it they just want a talking point to say why we had. We got five million people right exactly. Yeah oh that's a strategy to see he is so well funded by. I don't know the teachers union All the teachers that refused to work right. i mean. that's that's how they bought this freedom not to work is you mean is a big war chest yes chest. A political war chest ready to go to war. It's money is how they can raise unlimited amounts in this effort. They have these. These any journalists have beat the same behest money for for decades. Behest is like a new one. I'd never heard that term before this year and for folks who don't know that's when you give some nonprofit on behalf of newsom right and that hasn't asked me to give this money to this organization and somehow gets it gets out by friends and family members the other strategy. You probably heard about it on today's news. It looks like he wants to bribe people. He announced today because we have humongous surplus. He's going to hand out more stimulus money to californians claiming that if you have a household earning up to seventy five grand adjusted gross income you will. You can receive the second round of stimulus payments. They claim that would be two thirds of california's seventy five grand or less property. There really isn't the state i guess. there's only one hundred and forty thousand tax payers pay most of the income tax the money. The money is coming out of the top one percent. Of course this is. This is another socialism program. Eight billion dollars in new cash payments to millions of california's. But we pause here because last week we also talked about the gan proposition. Remember from nineteen seventy-nine about the spending limits and according to that it's supposed to just surplus supposed to go back to tax payers but in this case what they did was they picked these specific tax payers. You would think that everybody who pays the taxes and this humongous are plus it goes back proportionately to all the tax payers. But that's not what's going on. No because then. This is more money for poor people. This is this this is we can't have the wealthy getting any of their money back. Those i won't happen ever know because they don't need it and they're selfish because we say so. We decide how much money banged the table. Every time pay their fair share. Good god if you knew one hundred and forty thousand california taxpayers pay like a huge percentage of the income taxes. You'd probably say they're paying their fair share but these guys would say no need to pay for paying their too many people. There's there's a lot of taking too much services. What am i missing no. It's just a blind rage. Envy of course. Then it's it's it's usual anti-capitalist crowd. They just wanna punish people who are successful. Because they like doing that because they're jealous and they're mad yet. No the the rich have friends all this stuff polls really well the idea of a excessively taxing. The wealthy gets a huge numbers. You're not gonna lose votes doing that. Yes so that's that's the rhetoric and that's the policy now is take as much from the wealthy can now this story. In the cylinder times puts the must be the cumulative surplus seventy five point seven billion. That's a huge number. I think the current year surpluses in the neighborhood has sixteen billion. That must be like the key. They're they're getting a lot of federal money to the which i'll right which is not counted on the state budget from year to year This this is the money being shipped from congress Because they sent they sent out two trillion dollars so california's gonna get Then he billions right right. We should at least twelve percent of that. We're twelve percent of the population. Yes i mean that there's There's a lot of money sloshing around much of it newly printed just yesterday. Did you see of them. Yeah they there. They got the printers running day and night. Now i'm reading more interesting pieces In various publications where Economists types of journalists who cover. The economy are marveling this experiment. It's like it's never been done before. i think. The federal reserve increased the money supply by twenty six percent last year. And they're doing that again this year so you take all the money in that circulating in the us they added another twenty six percent at a nowhere. This is not even borrowed money. This is not even money borrowed from china or whoever else lens us Through treasury bonds this is just invented money on computer key strokes and we call printing but really in the modern world. It's computer key strokes. Somebody in washington says you know what We need an extra hundred billion to send the states. Okay one zero zero zero zero. Zero's on the ledger right. Yeah right still accounting move. It's just impulses on on your computer screen out. That's what they're doing when we come back. All joe came out today and gave a warning to people who are collecting unemployment and are offered a job. You can't do that. Says all joe because the reports continue to pile up that many businesses particularly restaurants cannot find workers. Is it that extra federal unemployment money. Some people one guy said he's using it as leverage for to bargain for his job. I've got my own union now right the federal government federal government. Is you go back to work. They're paying me to stay there outbidding. The local businesses. That's great that's healthy. John and ken. Kfi johnny. Ken show john kobylt ken. Chiampou kfi am six forty five everywhere on the iheartradio app. it's funny sometimes get the real world. He babbling politicians on the other side with regards to the job picture right now and that report came out friday that it wasn't a lot of job. Growth is expected and there have been reports that some people are happy with their unemployment money which gets an extra several hundred dollars from the federal government and they've decided that for now they're going to wait until that runs out before they return to work and partly. It's because some people are not being invited back to the career of the job that they had and they look at. What's being offered a restaurant job and work in the kitchen or bus tables or wait. You know what this is. Pay a little bit more than that. I'm just going to stay home now. What i meant by the political world. Dwight house spoke holes or saying no. No no it's still concern over coded. No no no no no no no. It's childcare issues. Think it's people that well and talked about it today. Which means they do know. It's going on well. Yeah because they expect you know all the stupid experts again. Mark this down among stop believing expert. Predictions is nobody knows goes on in the world until it happens. The economic experts said we would have a million new jobs in the month of april and they got two hundred and twenty six thousand. Oh you mean you missed by seven hundred. Fifty thousand good prediction. Don't worry you still have. Your job will still keep paying you to make predictions and now they're trying to find a reason and there really is no reason other than that people who take jobs i am reading. There are millions of jobs available around the country and companies are claiming we can't fill positions period. We have fifty jobs. One hundred jobs open in our company. Nobody is showing up. Because you can make up to eight hundred dollars a week going to the mailbox or just going to your your bank account in march of twenty nine thousand nine. The average weekly payment to an unemployed person in the us was three hundred and forty. Eight dollars combining federal and state unemployment payments that tripled to nine hundred and thirty eight bucks in march of last year. When trump signed the cares act which added six hundred a week. It expired in july but now it's still three hundred extra dollars week. So you're getting six hundred and thirty eight dollars a week on average. It'll stay that way until september sixth at least and then there's those stimulus checks two thousand dollars. Federal stimulus checks out and california's on its second. Six hundred dollar stems right. Shower already gave one. They're gonna give another so you've got two thousand from the federal government and you get twelve hundred from the state government. That's another thirty two hundred dollars. Get eviction bans earth. Things helped people you don't have you don't have a lot of any more like rant. You're not to pay rent for year. People are not paying rent. No wonder vegas was overwhelmed with people recently yelling. I'm here with my stimulus. That's responsible ones. Do you know. Although i saw a story today. Most people were spending on groceries and utilities. That's what the story said. Appointed money the sure. But there's this certain percentage who don't go to work yeah Maybe they live at home with mom and dad's right or they don't they don't have to pay rent. They don't go to work and they've got all the stimulus money that they can spend. Let's play old joe's warning today. We're gonna make it clear that anyone collecting unemployment was offered a suitable job. Must take the job or lose their unemployment benefits. You're going to find that out. There are few cova. Nineteen related exceptions. So that people aren't forced to choose between their basic safety and a paycheck but otherwise. That's the law. I know there's been a lot of discussion since friday. Since friday's report that people are being paid to stay home rather than go to work. Well we don't see much evidence that that is the. We ignore major factor. We don't see that that. Look the why are you making the states. Easy to say the. The line is ben because the generous unemployment benefits that is a major factor in labor shortages. Yeah americans want to work. America work as my dad used to say jobs about a lot more than a paycheck. It's about your dignity your place in the community being able to look a kidney. Everything's gonna be. Okay i think the people reclaim america's won't work even if they find a good and fair. Opportunity underestimate the american people. So we'll insist that the law is followed with respect to benefits. We're not gonna turn our backs on our fellow american. He says this is in effect yet. He made this special statement today about job of it's offered if this he come out and give speeches on all the non factors in society all the things that don't matter all the things that are not really happening. Does he know he does it. Because it is happening and they got old is offering bonuses to hire people. Chipotle is pushing one of its perks paying college. Tuition for workers. They're all trying their best to attract people now. All that is this is this is universal. All the businesses are saying people are not showing up all right so sitting thing They're not showing up. We know they're out there that means they don't need the money. Why wouldn't they need the money because you old. Joe are sending them checks every week. Why would they go for a job. And i love the speech. He gives straight from nineteen forty two when president could stand up and say well. You're not going to get the money if you're offered a job. That's the law except in two thousand twenty one. We know that that's a law that will never be enforced you know. What else is the law in california. All the unemployed are supposed to get unemployment checks but a lot of people have it for a year. That's part of the law to they're entitled so the government system doesn't work and there's nobody around to enforce the law and there's nobody in governed ridiculously cares anyway. Because i was gonna say it's not their money but it's not even our money. This is just invented money on a computer screen. So it's nobody's money. Several states have dropped out of the extra three hundred dollars. A week from the federal government took the include south carolina montana. Now arkansas. I heard the montana governor the other morning. He said he was going to give you the money if you got a job. Oh yes a twelve hundred dollar bonus. Yeah that's montana. governor greg. Jian fortier is going to give four months of the unemployment money to you once you get a job. that's the way you turn it into an incentive not a disincentive I don't know who this montana governor is. But he ought to be president because clearly he's ways smarter about economics and human nature then old joe when we come back. We're going to the dark side. You'll find out what that is. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show chuck cordell kinship votes by amc's forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. Yeah well course. We're in a high tech world now so the dangers of cyber attack grow all the time in the case. We're gonna talk about now. it's something called. The colonial pipeline company that transports more than one hundred million gallons of gasoline and other fuel daily from houston to the new york. Harbor it was a ransomware. Cyber attack that was carried out and it crippled crippled operations at the pipeline. We're going to talk to alex stone. Abc news for kfi to try to learn more about what they know. I was fascinated by this all weekend. Yes this incredibly huge pipeline five percent. Yeah million gallons a day fifty five hundred miles of all the few on the east coast. Forty five percent comes through these. Everything goes texas into new jersey and few stops in between but but the this is a massive deal and the f. b. i. is confirming that it is a criminal gang behind this. It's called the dark side. It is a group that is headquartered out of eastern europe. they don't believe that it is russia as a country that is doing it as a government but there are some elements of from russia in this group and that they have been doing this. This is what they do that. They see themselves as robin hood taking from the rich and giving to the poor and it's been corporations that they've targeted. It's been schools. It's been all kinds now. It is this big pipeline. And they've been having a lot of meetings at the white house. This is a big deal when it comes to infrastructure and transportation in the us and the president was talking about it today. Department of energy is working directly. With colonial to get the pipelines back online and operating at full capacity as quickly and safely as possible and we know in california that already gas prices have been shooting up like four bucks a gallon now for regular unleaded. And it's not that bad most everywhere else but gas futures went up today. This pipeline is shut down the hundred million gallons not getting a east coast every day. That's going to put pressure on supply and demand and eventually it will trickle to california but initially on the east coast now some analysts are saying if they can get this up and running again within a couple of days not going to be a major deal that no one's really gonna feel the impact of this. Yeah prices are already high for a number of reasons but because of this but if it stays down longer than we're really going to feel it. This is the ceo of united refining company. He believes we're gonna feel it no matter what and the prices he quotes east coast prices. They seem really low but but he says overall they're going to go up. I think it's gonna go higher. But because of this situation it's gonna go higher. Even more than it was anticipated. Could go three dollars. Three fifty three twenty five three fifty. Now god knows what that means for california but this really is after that already. Yeah this this is a war now. it really is and there aren't bullets. But well they're shutting down a major pipeline. There have been the concerns for so long about what about the electrical grid. What about nuclear weapons. What about dams and flooding metropolitan areas if you let all the water go and all dams at one time so this really brings to light. They have been able to get into this major pipeline and the computer software that runs it. It is shutdown colonialism. We got a statement about two hours ago from them here and they say that they believe they can get substantial restoration of service hopefully by the end of the week so five more days and it may even be on that we don't know if they're paying the ransom if they're negotiating with the dark side it sounds like star wars but negotiating with the dark side Or they're coming up with some work around so that they can get it up and running not having to use computers this dark side shut down the pipeline from the outside. They were able to get in from the outside now. What colonial won't say is. Did they shut it down to colonial shut down because they knew dark side was in the system to prevent them from creating havoc of. What if you opened up valves and you shot fuel all over the place or overloaded the things or if dark side actually shut it down. Colonial won't say any of this except that it is shutdown at this moment. They in the fbi confirmed that that that that bad actors got in the fbi dark side. Colonialism that part of it and even down to schools. I know my kids in in santa clarita during the pandemic they were locked out for two weeks because a group got in and did malware or ransomware exactly the same on a smaller scale so this goes from the very large corporations and a pipeline like this to the local community schools. And what do you do the easiest way. Is you pay it and get your computers. Any idea what how much the ransom could be. We don't know they won't say probably in the hundreds of millions of dollars maybe even more that for them to reopen up this pipeline. But if you pay it and open it back up which is what a lot of schools have debated with and it works but then long-term doesn't that just make it work. Well you're going to get you can get more this now. Is it possible that russia hired this group to do the dirty work. It is possible but the white house is saying right now that the administration has no proof that the government of russia is behind this again. I think some of the actors may be some of the people running. The dark side may be in russia or close to russia but they have nothing that they can point to right now and say. The government is leading this effort but all the ladies just way smarter than the it crews that run these businesses. Where is it is it that that i mean these are these are smart dudes or men and women who are are getting into it and there's they can just hit at it all day long. Imagine that you know you've got a window that you're trying to get into that supposedly bulletproof but you give yourself years and you hit it with everything you got that. Eventually you're going to get through it and that's what they're finding whether it be a bank or a school or this or your again hopefully not but on electrical grid or a dam or something like that or a nuclear weapon. That's why there's always been that concerned. At twenty thirty years ago you would hear well. They could take down the electrical grid. And you think okay you know this is of movies but everything is so connected and so online now. They can remote in that. If workers can remote in the bad guys can often find a way to remind in as well. I saw a comment by by somebody in the industry. Who said this. These operations should not be on the open internet. It should be some kind of closed loop it should be But the water systems are a good example the during the pandemic there were water companies that would allow their employees to remote in to be able to change chemical levels and filtration levels and whatnot and if they can get in and it's on some kind of whether they vpn or not that there's some kind of open internet there and now this is so let's say that they can't get it back up and going by by friday. How long does it go on for before you really get a supply and demand issue along the east coast the that now the us is looking at maybe waving the jones act which says that it only us ships can go from usb port. Now they're looking at saying okay. Four and tankers could come in and go to texas. Fill up and bring it into new york new jersey and wave that act or we know. The white house wave some of the trucking requirements. So that they can extend our and get the trucks going up the east coast. I mean this could have a really big impact if they can't get it up and running by friday or this weekend and something else. They're talking about is they got to come up with the way where they can. Efficiently operate these things manually. Should the controls get taken. He ended up in a turn that valve and overrun it and overrun what. They're actually doing. Sure that we have gone so remote and everything computer. Run that there are a lot of There's a belief that we gotta go back at least some way of getting back in there and send you know what we are shutting off this computer system and everything is going to be done by hand but right now. They can't do that all right. Alex thank you very much. You got it. thanks guys. Alex stone for decades obviously pre computer era. Everything was run by by hand. A guy would actually go and turn the knob to open the pipeline or something you know exactly because there's no such thing old fashion gears and levers date your data would never be stolen in the past if all the information was in files inside weiland cabinets. That's the curse of the tech age. Anything be hacked into can change your life and and see the hackers all your money tomorrow john. Do you have invested siphoned out to go make more than the date. The hackers get to work on this twenty four hours a day every minute of their life if they want to password legally one two three four five. Six ball doesn't yeah because the password was just password and it's like holy crap look at that a cheap password for the entire system. No but the hackers work on his twenty four hours a day. The of security people trying to prevent this. They can't be wrong once right. They have to be perfect to have all the safety. Nfl show one flaw and there's always a flock is a such complex. These are such complex systems. There's no way to make a perfect system. And these guys have their entire lives all day and night teams and teams of these guys to crack a case and then look look at a payoff. Hundreds of millions of dollars. This is a great business to be. We got more coming up. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt and ken. Chiampou kfi am six. Forty light everywhere. The iheartradio app. Oh got the joke. Around with alex on friday alex stone. Abc news for the chinese rockets. That ended up landing out there. Way out there in the indian ocean. Yeah it was a big mess. Wasn't it looking for it on the weekend. I was sitting on my roof looking up in the air. Hoping that you hit screaming at may take me. Take me out of this data. That was you and you were gone so Imagine i to start the show today. Say well we lost john kobylt he was hit by chinese rocket debris yeah the whole rocket stage landed on the maldives. Islands is in the indian ocean between africa and india. Roughly south of india africa. I was going to be in the water somewhere. Yeah but i read a maybe a few parts actually fell on the island an update on a story. We did just a month or so ago. Remember the polish immigrant. Pastor up in calgary canada pastor arthur pawlowski who through the police out of his church and he came on our show to talk about it. Here is about thirty seconds of the canadian pastor yelling at the police to get out of his church back in april coach out out out of this project immediately out immediately. Go out and don't come back. Don't don't wanna talk to you. Know the word out of this out of this property immediately out. I don't care what you have to say out out out of this trump accu- nazis out out stop. He's not allowed here immediately. Gestapo is not out on talk because they were violating the covid restrictions on church services. I don't know whether or not was because they couldn't be indoors too many people indoors. I don't remember but they were after this guy for a long long time and the update is after he finished church services yesterday. I believe he left the church and he was pulled over in his car and he was dragged off in handcuffs. There were still angry or was there something new. No it's just the it's just a collection of charges that have been pending against his because the canadian pastor went out of their problem order against him that applies to gatherings including protests demonstrations and rallies so it does impose new restrictions on organizers of protecion demonstrations requiring masking physical distancing attendance limits and. I guess he was violating. Some are also sees it meantime most cities in this country. We've got a record amount of shootings record about a murders and nobody does about it. But a guy holds a church service. And he's pull out of his car and handcuffed out. I a the statement issued by calgary. Police it's important to understand that law enforcement recognizes people's desire to participate in faith-based gary gatherings as well as the right to protest however we find ourselves in the midst of a global pandemic really well almost comply with public health orders. Don't he just didn't comply enough can. That's why they're taking him in handcuffs. It's a terrible video of the arrest. He just the succeeds in a suit and everything being hauled off and apparently this resisting summit of they're kind of dragging them. Yeah these these. These are a bunch of power-mad dictators. This is what they always like to do. They never had an excuse before. But did they're in the business to do this sort of thing. And they're afraid of the regular criminals because the regular criminals might hurt them. But they're going to get their rocks off handcuffing a pastor and dragging him away because really defiant and i think he went on some of these shows. They thought we can't let this guy get away with this sets bad press. It's like the jackass is here in burbank. Who were Saint horn flats guess. Stop boys note the burbank. Stop us the same thing and our fred with the salon out in corona. Remember her her to to take a bunch of bunch of nasty angry bullies. 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GSMC Book Review Podcast Episode 212: Interview with Nancy Joie Wilkie

GSMC Book Review Podcast

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GSMC Book Review Podcast Episode 212: Interview with Nancy Joie Wilkie

"Golden state media concepts bring you book review podcast by a haven for bookworm of all ages and the whitest genres from the mystery to memoirs romance to Comedy Fantasy Scifi. If you love to read this is a podcast. It's the Golden State the concepts book review. podcast Sir Hello and welcome to the GMC Booker View podcast brought to you by the GMC Z. PODCAST network. I am your host. Sarah and I am happy to be with you on this Friday which is actually another interview. I I got kind of dumb double booked for several weeks in February which is very cool but means there's GonNa going to be lots of interviews which I am totally okay with. It also means that there's lots of extra books to read which also okay with if only I could add a few more hours into each day. That'd be cool. Hey of that if I could do that just to read in general that would be cool but just giving you a heads up that we have a few extra interviews coming up in the next couple of weeks and Hopefully you're like me. You're like cool more authors to check out because that is really what it boils down to more authors to check out more genres More books that you may WanNa put on your to read list. So today's author are is Nancy Joy Wilkie she has a debut book of short stories called seven sides of self. It's got such fabulous alliteration. We talk a little bit about it in the interview. But the stories in seven sides of self explore the various sides of one's personality eighty the storyteller the skeptic the survivor the saint or the center the scholar the seeker and the saviour through the lives of central characters characters such as son Diogo sister. Oth- Roosevelt Jarkko Musha and old mims Nancy Joy Wilkie explores themes of battling strong emotions. The links we might go to for self-preservation and self sacrifice the inability to accept difference and taking responsibility for what we create eight pieces that inhabit the world's both sci fi and fantasy original and thought provoking these are stories that will stimulate the intellect and engage the imagination immagination and that is the description of the book. Seven sides of self by Nancy Joy Wilkie seven short short stories so that is the seven sides of self Each one has a subtitle that also starts with S. So again I do love me some alliteration as you know if you're a regular alert listener and these also have another s. word science fiction so there's some science fiction and fantasy elements to some of the stories. Not all of them. There are Some artistic elements in some of the stories. Not all of them. There's a couple of Characters who are writers. Each story is a standalone story story. So you can That's one of the Nice things about a book of short stories. You can sit down when you don't have a huge amount of time to read and you can read a complete story in A short amount of time but there are some definite connections definite crossovers in a way in any stories you can still read them independently. You don't have to read them in any particular order but you're gonNA notice some themes throughout this and there's a couple of names that appear in more than one story and a couple of themes so I thought that was kind of fun. It's it's sort of like looking for Easter eggs in your favorite movie right or your favorite series. And that's how I felt with this book so let's go ahead now and turn to the interview Before we do that I do have Copies of this book to give away so if you're interested in reading some short stories then stay tuned to the end of the podcast to find out. How Oh you can enter to win that? Give away and in the meantime. Let's go ahead and turn now to the interview with Nancy Joy Wilkie Hi Nancy welcome to the podcast. Thank you good to be here. It's wonderful to have you here. We are here to talk about your new book. uh-huh seven sides of self before we get to the book though. If you could share a little bit about yourself that would be wonderful. I would be happy to. I was thinking about this earlier here today and I I'll try and keep it short. I was a Navy Brat so I moved all over the place and Finally ended up here in Maryland. By the time I was thirteen managed to get get through a couple of years year without moving and then As when might figure out to one of my stories I did go to college in North Carolina and spent in twenty one years the biotech firm and got laid off. 'cause we got bought out and spent the last part one of my career working at the Nih for the Federal Government's Defense Program and pretty much the whole time. I was a project manager. I they seem to be able to manage people and money and getting things done on time and on budget. That's my superpower and but that's not what I really wanted to do. I always wanted to be a writer and musician and an artist so I retired early and That's what I've been doing pretty much. The last night and a half years is taking care of elderly mother and brother that's that's pretty much it up all right. Well it sounds Pretty Fascinating I. I know there are some people that that are both scientific and artistic you know but not everybody has both sides so that is very cool you you would be amazed how many signs friends I have. That are also. It's it's amazing and I think that's because music is math and yeah I was just GonNa say yeah So as I said the book is called seven sides of self it is a collection of Seven short stories. So can you give a little bit of an overview of the book. Yeah you know I'll tell you something. It's these stories were written Ah over a span of about twenty nine years and they were written just as a single short stories about ten years ago where all of a sudden I thought you know. Yeah I really ought to take all these stories together but I really couldn't figure out how to do it. And then one sunny summer day in North Carolina. It's it struck me and that's where the seven size itself Title came from the Muses showed up one day and gave me all the structure structure the ideas and subtitles all S.'s and And so it was more of a looking at these stories with a different set of eyes and realizing that they were all really allegorical Pictures of me The title is somewhat seating. I told my friends title really should be seven sides of me because most of the main characters are actually be in disguise and that allows me to explore some aspect of need that I would normally nobody. Nobody would care about it and I was writing as myself. So I create the characters create the fictitious world and the issue whatever it might be and So Yeah I was looking at your question earlier and I'm thinking stories came I The title came second and the subtitles came third and and So yeah titles were very purposefully constructed. After the fact wasn't something it wasn't the other way around it wasn't title subtitles and then story. So you know that. Answer the question. Yeah I had for those. Who Don't have the questions uh-huh before them? I had asked you about the alliteration and because I love alliteration and so it's seven sides of self and each story also starts with an S. there. They're all right Titled the Seeker and Wow that's the only one. I can remember Barbour's scholar. Thank thank you yes So you said they came to you Separately but And they are all standalone. You can read them Of One another but also talk about how they are connected in some way you know so it's It's it's kind of weird because after I put them together It was then that I did realize that they were a little bit connected there. There's there's actually One set of stories revolves around the lives of authors. And our I suppose somewhat loosely connected connected and that's the first story which is called there. Once was a man once was a man wanted to write and then micro way man which is the third story and that's about an author who goes off on an adventure and then the last stories old men's and it's about an author his last years what he's trying trying to do to make amends with the characters he's created so that's Kinda ones that they're they're not they're not directly connected but the main character is an author each as the second set that is there's two stories And they're both take place Our Future probably some distant planet somewhere and and that's the Second Story in the Fourth Story called the Ledge an intricate balance and those stories Pretty much which is where I introduced the concept of Mother's soul in the oversold which is just an allegorical way of saying God Some sort of nuns or religious order of and then And then the there are two other stories Last choose stories journey to products and old men's which both portray sort of Different ways of looking at a transition to an afterlife life so and then there's one story in the middle that Called of the green and gold. That's kind of the longer story in that is loosely connected with microwave and microwave man sort of Prequel to that but again it's a very loose connection so the idea is that these these were never designed to be connected and it's sort of strictly by sheer dumb accident they actually ended up being that way But I do plan to introduce more or stories that are more connected to each other. Were connected to some of what I've already done here. Okay Yeah and I'm glad you're GonNa do more stories because maybe they'll answer some of the questions that I had about some of these you never know. Let's go ahead and take our first break of the podcast before we get to the break. I do want to apologize for two things one of my scratchy throat again. If you're a regular listener to the podcast cast you know that. I have sinus issues and the sinus infection has once again reared its ugly head. I wonder should name them like hurricanes. Anyway so I'm a little scratchy. All Stuffy today and also we have are having some internet connectivity issues at the studio I guess I did not realize during the time of recording so I apologize that the quality is not always great during the recording. We are working on getting that fixed. Let's go ahead and take that first break when we come back we'll be talking about some of the genre's involved in this Involved represented in this look of short stories. Stay tuned you're listening to the MC Book Hooker View. PODCAST and. I'll be right back. T S MC beauty tips. podcast gives you advice on everything from heritage batch into skin and care products. We'll talk about the latest trends and meg up here. Styles and anti aging remedies animal cover all of the newest fashion trends. If you have an interest in or questions questions about the beauty trends that might work for you. The Golden State media concepts Utah past has got you covered. Download the MVP beauty tips. podcast on on ITV's Stitcher soundcloud. Google play or anywhere findbaugh gas just type JAZZ MC in the search bar ask welcome back to the book review podcast. I am and speaking today with author. Nancy Joy Wilkie about her book seven sides of self. Let's go ahead and get back to that interview There are also so. There's there's science-fiction science-fiction in that you know there's some stories that are off world Setting a future. There's some spiritual aspects with the with the allegory of the afterlife. Can you talk talk about Some of those key talk about the spiritual components and how they interact with an influence the the seven teams of the stories. Yeah I would say that Probably the last two of the stories three craddock's incident ones that really are the most spiritual but You know somebody went to ask me and is in our in our any of these stories. Autobiographical you answer is yeah. They are to a certain extent and I think part of this is just a reflection. meeting a pretty spiritual person and trying to just give a different look on how how that spiritual spiritual nece might be looked at and And specifically one of the stories. I'm working on now now is how does the spirit. Where does it come from? How does it get into your body? Where does it go after you're done with it etc etc so I'm just trying to to to use The whole allegorical seen as a way to look into stuff stuff that people probably only really think about it in church and so Some of the stories. Although I don't I don't know if they have much spiritual content to them Maybe they do. Maybe they don't That's hard to say but the idea again is just It just using Allegri to talk about things and somebody would also maybe mentioned that the fact that at the end of each story. There's a Bible verse. And where does that come from Years Ago I was in a a a not a nice place in life and I was looking for some guidance on what to do and how to handle things and I thought well what the Heck I'm GonNa look at the Bible see what the Bible says. It's supposed to be a pretty smart book and I went down to burst and I thought okay. That's that's it and Clinton did the same thing when I got done with one of these stories and I thought well you know this is kind of interesting thing. I wonder what the Bible has to say about this team and Each story has a theme and sure enough. Every time we go to the Bible I would find a verse that would Sort of exemplify. Hi what I was trying to say in the story so that the Bible verses always came after the fact and So yeah that's peaked a lot of jury the office. I must say people wondered about that. Actually I was curious myself Wondering if if you kind of started with the Bible versus or if they came after so now I I know that they did come after but It's it's Kinda funny how those things work out. Sometimes where you you. Oh you finished something and you go look for the perfect quote or you know. Be It from the Bible or somewhere else and you're like Yep there it is it's just a When did I say here? It's meant somehow to show how scheme of the story might be looked at by a different set of eyes. I e the eyes of whoever wrote the particular Bible Burst. But I'm quoting yeah Nice okay And you said that there are autobiographical elements laments in the book. That in some ways these are all stories about different parts of you how How did the various elements of your life? You mentioned you know being scientists. You're an artist. You're a musician. How did those aspects of you play into the stories and the theme? Yeah well I'll tell you it's kind of a weird thing comes from a lot of different a lot of different places One of the one of the things is the second can story that Ledge. It's actually based on dream. I that was all about my fear of heights and and so I dealt with my fear of Heights by writing the story and again and Alex burkle way. I'm the person that's caught up on a ledge and trying to figure out what to do and there's absolutely no way down at lever. Get me down safely so But the thing about the The science I you know I I like because I am was scientists. I like to have my stories based with some some degree of scientific relevance In so I go looking for models and science and For Story Balance I came up with this concept of The laws of spiritual dynamics erskine mechanics. I guess and that's because I actually I'm from awesome family. And scientists and one of my ancestors run over by the name of William Thomson who is also known as Lord. Kelvin helped write the third law thermodynamics. And so I came up with this law of spiritual dynamics or spiritual mechanic stop explain how souls souls in and out of bodies and And so yeah and then the whole thing about three of the stories having authors is the main character is again because I have A lot of cousins who are writers and They're all older older and they were kind of my inspiration. So yeah the The sciences kind of what I grew up with the using the art of writing. Or because I've got grandparents aunts and uncles because we're all into that stuff and I just thought that was a very cool the thing to to want to do and So the the bottom line though is all those different things. Science artists musicians writers. They're all trying to take something that they thought about or they felt and bringing it out into the real world and So so that's actually kind of where I get the term mine sites from which is my my website nine sites not yeah and That's my my music like my art and my writing and That's pretty much what I try to do is take what's in my head and my heart and get it out into the world and let other people see what's inside five and That made me think about the stories. And how they they you know. They're short stories. They don't always wrap up with a nice neat bow. You know that they leave you with a question What do you you hope that readers might take from the stories or the book the whole well you know I think each story story has a particular theme If you had to distill everything down and just a few words For Story Story. Is I think that we own some way struggle to be creative and the meek and I think that's what that characters trying to to look four was a way to be creative The second story Is again the one about my fear of heights and that we all face life defining decisions So this guy's stuck up on this legend. He's definitely got a light shining decision to make Third the story I think is that we're all curious about whether there's somebody else out there up in space somewhere So I think that's what that character was. I finally figuring out that that's what he was doing The fourth one is destroyed. This is a big one for me right now. This is the struggle between self preservation and self sacrifice and the reason. It's big as I mentioned earlier. I've been dealing with Taking care of an elderly parent. Who is very very in bunch of need right now and how much of myself I give away to this person so that they have a better quality of life? But it's always giving at my own expense. So I'm you know where do oh I draw the line and say enough is enough. And how much am I willing to give up for this other person So that's a big one and that's what that's stories about and I think that's probably the one story that causes people the most Most number of questions because they don't quite figure out what it is. I'm trying to prove in that story. But but that's that's the deal. This story is Pretty much wanting justice for all. If you've had somebody wrong you that's what you're looking for. A six story is that we're all looking for some sort of certainty. I think that there's something beyond the life that is right right here in front of us in the last story is pretty much. The Dean there is that we all have to protect our children and And if they're hurting we need to take care of them. So that's each and the problem with writing a collection of short stories. There's no one simple answer and you know the people asked me to categorise collections. Really hard to do because they're also different So yeah that's it all right. Well thank you for that. Yeah I can I can only imagine that you know people want again. They want things wrapped up in a nice neat bow. Usually it's hard to say. Well that's not the way life often works and I did. Somebody told me that There seemed to be a bunch of people dying in here and why why is it always. Somebody's somebody's wife dying and I said well you know until you pointed it out. I didn't even think about that. I didn't even realize that two or three of the stories have some guy I support. Wife is either dying or already dead or like I didn't mean to do that. You're like the Disney of short stories as you know how Disney moms are always did. Yeah I yeah good point random. Yes but it's true. You know a lot of Disney characters do not have moms at any rate and let's go ahead and take our second break of the podcast and when we come back. We'll of course have more with Nancy a tuned you're listening to the GMC Book Review Podcast. I'll be right back. Tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts. nell listen close and here this out. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching the golden state media concept's except podcast network is here nothing less than podcast list with endless hours of podcast covered from news sports music fashion entertainment fantasy football and so much more so stop flirted around and go straight out to the golden state media concepts podcast. It's network guaranteed to build. That podcast is whatever it baby visit us at. WWW DOT GS MC podcast dot com. Follow us on facebook and twitter and download on itunes soundcloud and Google play. Welcome back to the GMC book view. PODCAST I am speaking with Nancy. Joy Wilkie about her book of short stories seven sides of self. Let's talk about your music. Also because I know that's a that's a big part of you and and I know when you go to your website it's on there How long have you been Musically inclined and actually you know. How long have you been working on your music? Oh Oh that's yeah Started with my I was ten years old and my dad forced me into taking studying instrument vans and that that was over fifty years ago and you know as much as I hated time. I'm so grateful that he did that. I'm so grateful that he took the time to teach me about You know no time signatures Jazz Trumpet Player and then I guess at about fourteen. which is I'm just about ready to celebrate my fiftieth anniversary with Guitar Piano and Self Taught Guitar Piano and have been playing both for that long which is scary thought and and always wanted to be in a band and didn't ever get to be in the band till I was forty she was finally During the CO workers biotech firm and did a cover band that was cool for a couple of years and that broke up and then In about nineteen ninety nine. I guess I met somebody who is in the process of recording CD OF ORIGINAL MUSIC and they've found out I played related to Qatar and so I started playing guitar person for six years. You did a after Tursi. We did a group. CD and And that really is what I wanted to do. Not Oh my God this is. This is so awesome to write your own music to perform your music and to hugh record it and then Life got tough for a couple of years I got laid off. Lost my dad and and Having to take care of my nieces and so in two thousand eight went out and bought a computer in software instead of a home studio started writing and recording music So released my first CD and in February. Do you worry of two thousand sixteen second CD in March two thousand seventeen. My third one last year in April. I'm just about done with my fourth when hopefully it'll get released next month And there's music on that CD that it's actually kind of these short stories. Which makes it kind of unique I think that there there's music specifically Matchup with some of the stories. And there's a there'll be a little blurbs in the in the book that goes. CD The talks about that which stories the music which songs go with And So yeah so I've been doing that and It's an awful lot of fun. I think that's what I've been enjoying the most is that and Wouldn't have done with this. I'll get back to writing little more regularly. Get that done so yeah very very cool. What am I what type? CD's on CD baby by the way. Little Promotional Yup yes What kind the music do you play? Well that that's another here and once again people were asking me to do when I do. And and the only thing that say that short sweet is original. Classic Rock I play a lot of music that is similar to what I heard in my nine Late teen years in my twenties or you know back in the back in the old days when there was the Beatles the WHO supertramp Pink Floyd Genesis Moody Blues. All those were big influences. And so I think a lot of my songs on my lassie are similar. That there's I don't know there's a little bit of edge to some of these terms of use of synthesizers stuff it's not all acoustic music by any means And because I don't sing What I do is I have a lot of talented friends? Who are really good singers? And they'll come into my studio uh-huh and they'll they'll sing and So the fact that on this last CD. There's nine songs but there's different singers that some people don't seem to mind that that some people are bothered by the fact that there's not one singer on all the songs and you know that's just the way it goes sorry about that uh-huh you can't make you happy but you know again these these CDs. They all have their their little F The first one talk about the first one is almost all instrumental anyway and it's almost sort of doing an instrumental take on The beauty of today and In a lot of nature kind of stuff the second one is much more about I think relationships and I'm in third. One also is a little bit about relationships but it's more about how Leyshon ships might somehow end the way liked them to you know people break up you know lose contact people somebody dies or something and so how do you. I didn't process all of that and So you know and and the way I can tell if I'm getting to somebody is I've I'd somebody when I laid my last eight or somebody there. You're listening to it at the end of one of the songs. She looked up at me and she almost had tears in her eyes. She said those lyrics are absolutely. You know amazing and I thought you know what if I can make somebody crying. I've done my the job. I provoked an emotional response and and I think there's no greater Reward for an artist whether they'd be visual or writer that if you can evoke some sort of Emotional response. I think that's that's success and do you Do you write all the music yourself Almost all of it. Yes all the ones on the first were mine on one second remind the third one I did include a song that a friend of mine and done In fact it's the only only song in the CD where I don't write it. I didn't play on it. I did sing it. I didn't mix it. I didn't I pretty much didn't do anything with it and And she never wanted to put it out so I said look. This song is just stunningly beautiful song in it speaks to me about You know a lost love and and and I really would love to put it on the CD and she said sure. You've done lots nate. Go ahead and then there's a song on the the last song on is song that I wrote and recorded with three different singers but I just never could get song right and so oh I had started saying hello oh about a year prior to this And I was explaining that to him and he said well you you know what I take a crack at it. I sure can do anything you want to the song you don't have to include me you don't have to you know have me play on it. T- went off. He played all the instruments singing. James some of the song around and He played it for me. One night. and I almost started crying and I I thought okay. Well that we've succeeded here if he's making me cry with my own my own lyrics and my own music and I thought okay. It's a keeper so now that's that's the last song in the name of the songs it's not clear to me and it's about why are we here. I don't understand what what's the the point and and and I don't know that we actually played it for House concert. Not Too long ago and people came up to the afterwards but that was the best song of the night. I made me feel really good. That's great I'm a success. You know. Yeah Wow I actually like the It's called it's not clear to me and and you couldn't quite get it right. You know you need a little help to get it oh my goodness yeah And it And you know I think I think I know one of the questions you you ask me in advance was you know what would I recommend to younger. The writers and one of the things I thought about was you know. Don't be too fashionable to ask her. How I think that my third CD is so much better than the first two? Because I involved many more people had help doing some of the sporting singing I brought in different musicians. And you know okay so it didn't do everything everything myself. That's that's not necessary to be success and And you know I explained to somebody about the fact at this. This seven sides itself is my first publication and I know that my second publication will likely be better than the I in my third. We'll be better than second because you learn as you go and Certainly been the case with the CD and By the way I have a I'll put a plug in for my editor. My wonderful editor editor Rebecca a high school friend of Mine and she's taught me a lot about writing style again asking for help. Yeah absolutely and time for our final break of the podcast. When we come back I will be asking my usual Nosey questions of what do you like to read? What are you reading? Now what could I add to my to be read lists that never get to but I still insist on adding adding to on a regular basis so stay tuned you're listening to the MC book review. PODCAST and I'll be right back still on the search that one true love on the limbaugh in this crazy world dating marriage relationships chips. Well listen to the golden state media concepts relationship. PODCAST your one. Stop podcast for everything about a bow relationships and welcome back to the GMC Booker View. podcast odd cast and the conclusion of my interview with Nancy. We are still talking about her book. Seven sides of self just in case you have not written that name down or have not remembered it there you go so let's go ahead and turn now to the conclusion of the interview so you are a writer. You're Musician you are artists. When you take the time to read do you have favorite genres or authors? Absolutely lutely I because I don't have a lot of time to actually sit and read a real book. I my county library is just a stone's was throw from my house so I go and check out CD BOOKS ON CDs all the time so every time I'm driving around but my my favorite authors for years I've I've been Pretty much in the science fiction and epic fantasy Isaac Asimov Arthur C Clarke. Frank Herbert my favorite is Ursula. Win Lose or so. And the first person that absolutely jay a or shocker but there's other lesser well known people. I don't know if anybody's ever heard of no Cat Lee Snyder who wrote the Below the root series fascinating sort of sci-fi epic fantasy kind of thing niche all been in Caldwell You know I could go on. And it's such a great thing each one let you see the world through a different set of eyes and I just I studied the writings I think about the way. Are they right away. They arrange words to moods you know. I look at their grammar and so they've all been wonderful teachers to me. Yep Yeah Yeah I. I agree with audiobooks. I I when I'm not reading for the podcast then I tend to listen to audiobooks because I had you know I do it. While I'm commuting are or what have you which brings up the question. Would you ever want Your collection of short stories to it'd be and audio book. Well you know I had a long chat with Jennifer Vance my publicist about these sorts of things and I told her you know what I i. I'm willing to spend a little bit of effort money promoting this book. But I'll tell you what I'm not going to invest in the the big time box because like I said earlier I think the second collection will be much better than the first and the third would be better than the second by the time we get the the third one. Then I will be willing to you know promote the heck out of it and I'll probably have more money that I can do that. With and then people if they're interested in they can go back and find the other two But for this particular thing now I I don't think et unless my friends want to come and read this for me for free but No No Oh yeah I just. I don't think I'm right. I'm not ready to do that. I I'm there'll be a time but this thing that I don't think so so Yeah I'm always. I'm always curious as to what others think about that Website I think right Yeah I'm for it said. Oh yes thank you. I knew that So you're in your website set. His mind can't even speak mindsets dot net. How about social media? Can people find you on social media. Well you know I think social media's in to some extent a generational thing so the fact that I'm I'm older You know this. I still don't have a flip phone. I don't tax Shock I know So I have a skeletal facebook page. I don't I don't really do anything else. Although the music Go to my website. You notice that music band nick's band camp. I have a youtube channel or for my music On CD baby and on soundcloud so those aren't really social media. But you know I certainly have a presence out there right okay. Well thank you for that. I just don't trust me told I don't have time. I know the good Lord. He's really especially when you have all of these different aspects where you know you're writing or already music or we're playing music or art. In general I feel like yeah you. You've got enough on your plate. Well the truth of the matter is seventy five percent of my time is spent dealing with family and taking care of mother and brother and etc CETERA. Right yeah you know. There's so many of my friends that are my age that are dealing with the. It's like six of my friends all have mothers that are in the same state minds in you know we all get together during we trade notes and we talk about common issues. And what do you do about this. What do you do about that? It's just part of life you know. That's just the way it it is nothing you can do. Yes it is but it's nice that you have that kind of support. Oh absolutely yeah. We've talked about a lot of different topics there. Anything though that we haven't covered that you wanted to mention about your writing or your music or anything at all. No I would. Just say that if there's somebody that is interested in writing whether they be young or old or whoever The thing that did it for me was a neighbor of mine down on the street. Is this forty year. Old Erkki You know two and a half kids. A dog. Picket fence was talking to her one day and I saw a book on her on her coffee offi table and it it had her name on it going. You're you're an author. How did this happen then? She told me to go join the Maryland Writers Association Shen and I did and You know I'm maybe there's other states that have such organizations that you can go join but They meet once a month. They bring in stunning speakers. And it's actually through one of those speakers that I've found she writes press and that's the publisher. I'm sure this my book and And she writes press is absolutely fascinating organization affiliated with go to their website. They have All kinds of things for for for women authors But you know they have a writing universe online writing university. Then you can sign up for classes and All kinds of dettori heels an annual writer's retreat and Brooke Warner who is the main publisher is currently the Chippers and for the PA.. Which is the independent book? Publishers Association she Is really something and she has a Ted talk of anybody's interested So Little Little Promo there for the publisher we already promoted. Publicist Yeah and my editor So I think I got it all in okay. Actually that's Really Interesting I've we've had a few authors on the podcast who have been published by. She writes press and actually The last interview I did was also An author the press so yeah being well represented. Yeah I mean if you're if you're into the hybrid model you get all the bells and whistles of the traditional press. The only truck is is you use the author and have to pay for everything and it ain't cheap but it is a means to as I described people. Let's means to build the foundation of a house. You Up to build one day And so this book is my foundation and the next book will be the walls and the third book will be the the the roof and And I'll start building this This House and And allowed me to do that. I'm very grateful for it. Yeah Wonderful Well Nancy. I WanNa thank you so much for taking the time to talk with me about your book Again it's called seven sides lights of self and I really appreciate you joining me absolutely. Thanks so much for your time. 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"To televise. Streaming Past Hello, everybody, welcome back to you streaming and place today we are talking about avatars. Last air vendor book, three fire episodes, ten and eleven the day of Black Sun apart one the invasion in part to the eclipse so we should start with the news that has been rocketing around the twitter sphere today Cora is coming to to net flicks in the middle of August. August truck, so we are I haven't talked to Nolan Nelson, but I feel confident saying we're GONNA. Do Cora just not immediately, but we will get there. I can't wait to watch the show the way it was intended. which is all at once as opposed to almost all at once. The production for that show. A nightmare and I can't wait to tell everyone about it again because it was a Goddamn nightmare. preparing. In advance for this conversation it was so bad it was only supposed to be one season and the NICKELODEON win. What about another season and then went? What about two more seasons on top of that you do that? Within the span of like three years and everyone went. No but I guess yes waylay. No it's it's the production for that shows a nightmare and just the ways in which aired were nightmare so Yeah, no I can't wait to talk about with you all it's it's an interesting show. It's very much its own beast. So. Let's let the listeners in on the plan. The plan currently is to finish Avatar next week. We'll do our end of season three, I guess. A serious conversation on next week Tuesday, and then we have about six days, so we were like. What can we do for six days? Let's watch a very English scandal which is on Amazon prime. There are six episodes, so we're GONNA, do the first two episodes for the first day, and then one per day, and then do a wrap up and then after that. We're going to do Lucifer, season four. One episode Per Day with a season for wrap up and then go right into lose for season five one a day. Which I know, the Lucy. Fans will be difficult, so you'll feel free to watch ahead and just know that you know we're going to stay today here at streaming place, and then after all of that. We were GONNA do gallivant, but maybe now we'll do Koren's dead. So, we'll figure it out so something like that. That's our timetable. That's what we're thinking now. So I'm so excited. We know what I'm especially excited about. I'm excited. Be The one who's actually seen it yeah. I have not seen a very English scandal and I have and I love it. Hosting I as you get to do the intro, feeling should. The entity, but if you want to, you're more than welcome home in practice. Welcome distributing place I'm kate calls Zik. No that now you're! Very straight just fell the just felt wrong. But I'm really excited to talk about this show, which I didn't get to write about when it was released, but which was one of my favourite TV shows of the year. The you're at came out a bunch of really amazing performances. It's extremely British. which I know will appeal to some of you. and Ben. wisha smiles lot with cute hair. which is just like we all need that, so it's like intense and dark, and you know there's scandal in its very English, but but it's also just really clever and sharply written with some like I said great performances so can't wait to talk about it in just a little different from Avatar and also Lucifer. Oh yeah, definitely, it's It's a very very different kettle of fish as Avatar in lose are. So. We're definitely. Were for sure leaving. The like very broad genre world into which you could place Bove Lucifer, and Avatar which you have to be a really big tent, but you could do it. There is no universe wherever English scandal sits in that tent so. It's GonNa be fun can't way well today like I said? We're talking about the day of Black Sun and a out. Obviously threat to you. I Elson We have our big invasion. And what did you think? was so stressful I mean. I was thinking about it before we started recording and I. Just you know sometimes. As a critic, you like right, I know exactly what I'm going to say about this this this this this and sometimes if something is really really good, that happens frequently, if something is really bad, happens frequently. Stuff in the middle is sometimes harder to write about, but every once in a while. There's something where I get to the end of it and I'm like I. Don't know what fuck to say about that. I just watched it like I. Just I was just a person watching television and I was totally captivated, and it's. I'm having a hard time switching on the critical thinking part of my brain, because I was not reflecting in that way as always watching it all I was just riveted which is great. It's I mean it's a great experience, but I just I feel like I'm GonNa. Let you guys down. Because my comments are like wow holy crap. That was really intense and stressful, and Oh, all my poor baby I kept going like Oh! You poor baby. Guitar you poor baby! So, so we'll if I get any more thoughtful as the conversation progresses because right now I'm still basically a string of emotions. I'm just like. Oh, get up his armor Oh. Wow, this is everything. Why are worth it? Always lies what is doing to his hair and shaving his head I just like was overwhelmed and delighted and terrified and and I'm very excited to dig into it, but I might be mostly useless today. Know. How was it to you? It's still really really good the This is just such A. Spectacle of like do of episodes both like the first substance, just wall to wall action and it's great. You get plenty of cruel stuff. Actual, Caterpillar tanks so. They're so cool so in what a genius design! So! There's just a lot of really great stuff. especially in that first part and the one thing I do want to like before really start digging in is really talk about being real quick. The guard who gives I, rode the extra rice and everything voice by huge fan of the show campaign to get on the show. Tennis Star Serena Williams. No that's not real. It is very very real is slow. Serena Williams Serena. Williams loves the show like my Gosh. Yet so cool with when things are recorded in everything. That's an early adapter. That's someone who came to it later. The you know yet, someone who watched season one went. Can I be in the show and they went? Yes, because you're Serena, Williams Nuts all that so cool, so is that a rap on Mang? It's the one appearance during well somebody. It was very gratifying that someone somewhere was being nice to Iro and I especially appreciated that he had to be like wink wink. Shouldn't be here. You make your way lamb. You're not not great on the uptake. Wink. Amazing. So yeah, no, so I figured I figured that everyone we kick out of it, which also based on the chat. They don't very happy about that. Yeah, no, so yeah. No Kate said hadn't have watched the show like in season one and went. Can I be on it? Because otherwise, there's no time to be on, yeah. so yeah, so all of that side on I really again. These episodes overthrew the good. The first episode I. Think in particular is really really strong because you get to enjoy. All the people coming back from the previous seasons and really fun ways without a feeling like fan service, which is really easy thing for that to fall into, but here you get the Swat benders. You'd get Haru with his, mustache. You. Get you get you get the bolder. Boulder. In have to say it. You know you can't just not say the. Yet you can't. It's like trying just to say David instead of David. Lee On the good wife Yes raw. Yeah, that's funny. I thought we were going to say it's. It's hard to know to just say David, and not you Dave Ed. then. We've got different association Associated Front Association. So you get all these folks come back. Whom all kind of get a little moment to shine a little bit on, even if it's just sort of be a joke about a mustache But I think it's all works, really really well in terms of everyone's got a little bit of role to play, but it's also just CD's folks again in to see the positive impact team up to this point in the show and have kind of paid back in a way of like right you kids have figured out this invasion at the perfect time. Everyone's GonNa. Come and you've had a good impact, and here's how it's going to get rewarded with all of them getting captured. which is just delightful so? There's a lot of cool stuff in it so kind of like with Allison. I think that most of what I feel is just joy, especially in the first episode I think there's a lot more than pack in the eclipse but with the invasion. It's just it's just a lot of fun. It's just fun to just get the submarines of we can use water benders. Did you submarines? We saw come up for air, but the entire thing basically. It sucked diagram. Sokha's TIKARAM. Oh bless his perfect heart. How is it possible that I love that little turds so much? Oh, the days when your mom used to say sack Sakashita Cave seems far away? God Yes so, Kate. How did this play for you in heaven? This play like overall in the Celtic bunker. Considering A it's very Sokha driven. Especially, the first episode is very The first episode is second. Episode is a little bit as well but also. Your. Dad gets call right. Yeah, yes. The this one went well. When over well the Afar has been the puppet master, which got a that was really good after refinished it this big over well, and I think it's because it really does. It captures the energy of finale in a good way like bringing back. All the people is a really smart move, because then it gives it the feel of like the finale, and the the big climactic battle. This is. Is What's going to put them over the top. Who is just our team? It wouldn't feel that way. It'd be like well now. Here's when they're going to get close, but not actually succeed his still ten more episodes and because they brought back this swap penders because they brought back because they brought back all these different people his because they brought back the boulder It really did have that lake. They brokeback who? Owe The boulder. As, not sorry. Yes, not my full mick, but. It had that fooled. Older. So, delightful it had that feeling of significance, and this is like very special episode. This is not a standard like skirmished with the fire nation, and that distracts you enough that. when you're watching it the first time. I feel like it's very easy to not go. This is way too easy. This is way too easy because it's so cool. Everything you're doing is so cool and because they don't tell you anything that they're doing until you see, they don't tell we don't hear about the plans. I got a great idea. And they showed the picture right, they could have done that, and so the previous episodes, and like that's why he's got a hawk Ray. That's why the whole Hawk thing so that he could send a message to the the mechanism that we could do that. The subs and everything had to be soccer idea but they didn't. They let it all be a surprise fruit for this so that when you're busy going those caterpillar types were. Goal or the suburbs or the Arab around OPPA who is surprisingly very, you'd think he'd be a little traumatized about swimming underwater with the whole frozen for hundred years thing but. the opposite Champ, absolute but It's so easy to C.. N. Be wowed by everything. They're doing its own press. They're doing that you don't. Feel. The sense of like Ok guys, but really somebody should be. that. You know this show is honest enough to at least start to engage with Yeah, so so I think the especially the first part is really exhilarating and find, and then the second half. We start to realize what's happening. It gets you a lot more character. Steph and yeah I'm looking forward to. It comes next I'm so excited for pretty much. All of these episodes coming forward. There's at least one episode each day that I'm very excited to talk about So yeah, it's GonNa. Be Fun, but we got a bunch of comments to to get to, but first at and What what? What did you most connect you in in the? First episode what part of the the battle where you most excited about? No you go I. Sure so I really liked the Wa- try armor which was a rejected toy. Idea They were Nickelodeon like production for arm for the toy stock was constantly harassing them for toy. Stuff that this show just actively avoided. Sent them like some water tribe armored type of concept art that they just decided wasn't going to be like practical on toilet to do, so they used for this. is a great story that I love so i. all of that's really good, but also just. I? Think watching the kids off to work with Dad. which I think is really really great and. Yeah. Just it's a really well stage, and it's really exciting in, but I think like the best part and probably the most relevant. To our current day. Pants illusion. As his death asked Steph but pants. The I love that I love that line and I specifically loved that they did both of them. Because it's like start out is like. Let's make fun of the swamp people again, and then it goes to know he's very philosophical. This is not just. There is it is all thanks. Yes, he's silly, and also he's using on the. The the fleeting nature of life and death. But. We do also need to talk about the surprise kiss. So I still don't ship it, but you know. No, that's. Good on your show, you're trying. Trying so hard Mika Alan Nelson. How do you feel I still don't ship it, but I think they pulled it off pretty well. You know like it. All of the the mechanics of it worked in terms of like what moments like that usually look like an epic And it, certainly sort of. Gave a little jolt of Adrenaline to the beginning of the invasion or I guess the mid point of the invasion. was. Nothing not the most interesting thing about the episode, but I have a soft spot for any time. An animated character brushes like I. Just. It's impossible not to love so kind of get you to watch some more show Joe anime than because it's just all blushes all the time. Let's do it I. Love a good blush and Lavaka much. You know I'm not sure in the first part what resonated the most with me? I certainly connected as often do inexplicably to Sokha's story line. You can see how it is that. Some especially someone that age, but anyone really would feel like. Oh I did all this work, and and then I blew it at the last moment instead of I did all of this work. And now we're doing it and the and like. Oh, no, I wasn't a very good public speaker five minutes, although it was very funny when he went all the way back to the beginning of the show it was just really, it was really good. It reminded me a lot of the in the first season of crazy ex girlfriend wear Pollen her husband, speak the theme song out loud like three quarters of the way to the episode, and then we get in title card. It it just. It was very funny, but you can see how he would see himself as having failed while everyone else like well, no of course. This is an incredible accomplishment. so I think that sets up. The second of his had really nicely. I was not expecting it to be largely Sokha driven in terms of its emotional arc. but I'm here for it. It really worked. we have a bunch of comments to get to so I up. Keenan says this is very superficial all, but as someone who has shaped wants shaved her head and dealt with the grow back. Ang's has been flawlessly. Animated I was Kinda Sad. His fuzzy hair has gone Yes, when he when he when he went to to shave, okay, yes, he needs to. This is part of his life. This is how he prefers to wear his hair or to to not, and this is part of his heritage in. It's very important to him. But also I. think he looks better with. As now, it's not about that. Be Cool. Be Cool, so I think it's cool me to which just looked so good? Yeah, yeah, it's like the air nomad. Corner of the design like like plans was like. Hey, fire nation things. They're so cool with the with the season three. Go Up. We're going to show them what the air nomads can do. It looks looks very nice then we have. A A marcus I got the saving private Ryan deal with a good deal death. Though they did do the Gi Joe. Make sure that we see the fire nation people fleeing out of the pair pets or whatever before they get blowed up. We see Keane says soccer. My beloved son Sweeten Privy Children, giving his presentation. in about Serena Williams. That's the coolest fucking thing. The the presentation was really really good. I was a fan of it. we see he was also thrilled beyond all reason to see the boulder, and it raised the stakes there stratosphere. Because then I was worried about all of my friends. Diego says they've been this crappy rebels for so long it was gracious. Even be bad as with enough people in tools to put up a good fight, which is a good point, and Marcus. I don't understand how they fit that large of an army in those five small subs. Don't think about it. Because, they shouldn't have been able to and Oh. An important shipping update markets does not ship it Keenan, the ships as friends slash, but not as romance soulmates and Diego says I'll be slow. The dissenting voice I kinda like it. It's definitely more of a team crushed than an actual romance, but still. Absolutely, agree Marcus says I feel like is a better tactician rather than the speaker absolutely. And Keenan says Zula keeps figuring to US torment US soccer. That was devastating yeah. Very smart. She's a liar and she's smart and and a very capable liar as we learned. Yeah, Seattle's talk about sort of the eclipse. How do you want to start? Do. You want to start with those cool captain. Cold Eclipse Class Oh. My first of all I laughed. So hard, and when such glee because it was. A very potent reminder that this is airing children's network, so they absolutely have to be responsible. Everybody has to wear a clips glasses. All the all our friends. You just stare, stare right at all of our friends were eclipse glasses, so kids please worry clips glasses. It was adorable. I loved it so much. I think I'm GonNa Start with something. I don't know that I would call it minor, but one of the the few critical thoughts that I had while I was just like. The entire episode, which is that I think it was really smart if you could see it coming a mile away for them to wound dad. because. I would have otherwise spent the entire second episode wondering when Qatar was going to start blood bentinck. Which I. I mean. will she ever probably not? It's terrifying, but maybe however into episodes from now I will not be constantly thinking about whether or not Qatar feels the pressure to turn to blood bending, because we'll have some distance, but coming so close on the heels of the master if she had gone down there to that fight with a Zula. That all I would have been thinking about is this is obviously really bad, so is she gonNa Start. Blood Bending but by making a situation where it was really important for her to use her healing skills. They sort of took that off the board. And I guess kind of nervous. Her right like just I think it was really really smart while I'm the whole time that fight. in the tunnels was happening. I like soccer was really glad that they added to the team. Because Gee I think. Maybe her skills came in handy, but. I kept thinking like. Wow, you really seems like it would be useful to have Qatar here right now, and then sort of realized that I would have thought about nothing else. Is. Is that something? Am I right to be wondering about Qatar in blood bending. Well I think. It they staging it like this. You know so that. They that you might be thinking about it, but it doesn't come up in the narrative because they need to lose and they need to eventually win. theoretically rights on Nickelodeon so. We need something that is going when we actually have the end of season battles. That's different, and so the fact that they don't have the whole team together here. I think. Let's US than at the end. When when we do have another kind of confrontation I. Don't think that's a spoiler. There will be another confrontation. Don't we'll actually see all of them. Together. In Comet is still coming communist coming. Yes, so. Marcus, razzing me, and it's appropriate I appreciate and enjoy your sarcasm Marcus the. So regardless of the blood bending all I do agree that it's smart to have a good reason that she is not done there with them. So that they are doesn't feel either like were nursing them for no reason or that If, they couldn't win this. How would they possibly GonNa win later? You know what I mean, yeah. Other than that I mean like I. said I was just I. There's a lot to get into I'm excited to revisit this. When when we talk about the series as a whole at the end of this because I have a feeling that I'm going to revisit it and have more critical thoughts But it just all of the pieces work together the mounting dread, and all of the little things that they've learned in all the pieces that you thought they forgot sort of all converge together and I and I think it was really great could somehow I could never predicted that the useful thing with the eclipse was going to be Zuko confrontation with his terrible father. Now, it feels like I absolutely should have seen that coming because it's not like. The eclipse was just not gonNA matter. But. It just somehow didn't see it in when he when that blue lightning shop for him, Tom and I both yell. And it was so great. It was the coolest so yeah I basically was just along for the ride the whole time and while it was really intense. ooh! Tough has been under served the season, so I really enjoyed seeing her shine so much in this, and like for her to really just be amazing that this whole sequence because you got so much in the second season, but this is I think they've got a lot more time to Qatar and Sokha, and so she's got a couple episodes, but they haven't resonated in the same way, so it was. It was great to see her. So it integral to the team. Is there a particular Tov appreciation? Moment you have 'cause I well I am. I? She was a jam the entire episode, but I am very partial to sock. Yelling that everyone needs to take cover so tough just makes cover. Starts to then the bombs and then she's like stabilizing. See whereas my favorite tough moment in this might notes literally say topless goat in this is when Zule like decides to be ruined. Since you're blind, I'll tell you I'm rolling my eyes and the topic. Overall your whole head. US. She will. Another thing that I should have seen coming at least when I. I watched it and didn't end. Absolutely loved was yes, although Oliver here. Our friends are back right. And so are the daily. Saving that reveal for for that part of it's like and media. Does it make sense for them to be in their robes? Not Really, but you know we're not going to animate new outfits for them. We want the audience to make that connection and seeing seeing the return of that their style of of running along the walls and the animation style like in just how they bend. Everything was like a Zulu on her. Own Without power is scary enough so. After the eclipse with her abilities, and then also with the daily, it's It's a really good surprise and leveling moment that they saved for part two. Yeah Like they had to come up with new costumes for so many characters. To daily can just be in their earth nation. Room. Will be okay Yeah, I just this episode I think is also good in how it scales back everything, so we get a big thing in part one, and then we really scale it down to to really kind of personal stories of. Where's those I and Zuko being like no time to fulfil my destiny, and here's how I'm going to do it with you that and I really like how they a fine paralleling. In this episode with? zillow using sukey against. Against Sokha and then I using Zuko. And the ways in which that they very clearly draw a line between Ozan Zula in that moment, even doing cross cutting to make sure that it hits home really hard. Is just really. It's really thoughtful and again. The show just does such a good job of layering these kinds of parallels with. Characters and Unexpected ways like with this episode sukey Sokha because it's not worth. The parallel link typically happens, but to do it then with Otis I in. Just. It's solid. It's really really good work really really like it. and. Yeah, and just everything else Zuko I think works well in terms of him all these realizations come out, and he's just like. Yeah, no, yeah, it's it. Yeah. I'm GonNa confront you during an eclipse and you can, you can try to goad me about it as much as you want. But I've learned tactics for my grandfather and my uncle who Elijah Michael. Thank you you. Are you talking about? Are You thinking grandfather? Who chose his moments? Of a little bit but I was thinking of IRA. Brain just yes sputtered. So I think it like I think I. Think it's all nicely kind of works, but also because of the state of everything right now I kept thinking that a Zulu would be really good at ultimate tag. Just because she's really good at par quarter. Real good at par core. And that's what we as we've talked about on. The regular television is an do thing. You have to be good at to be good at ultimate tech. Marcus were they trying to make? reveals surprising 'cause it's obvious what had happened in the flashback and yes I agree, but I think the the thing that that wasn't clear for me. From the flashback was that she had chosen that she knew that she would be banished and had chosen to leave as opposed to. She was just on the run. Like though the way they phrased it to me Saturday. That was I phrased. It sound like. Like no, this is part of the deal. It's like like I know where she is. She's just vanished rice now like she's in hiding or something. That's very different. it's L. Subtle element, but like it's a very different feel than if she's hiding somewhere and I think that it's supposed to be obvious to us, but not to go because he's. He's many things. He's not always the cleverest. So he was a child, and he's got plenty of other issues around his abusive family to deal with so I think now we should go to a loss. We have anything else about Sukey. I mean I. Just need to express my distress. Yeah, and I want the show to know that I think that they assumed that we would forget about Sukey and we did not. I remain extremely concerned. And I was concerned before Ulu dropped that bomb got she. She is she's the worst. She is very much the worst. So. What did everyone think about the war blimps? Yup you're just like others going to make some more balloons, it'll be fine, and then they're just like we have steam pumps, steam pumps terrifying, just terrifying. The show is really good at call backs whether it's like five minutes or two seasons. You know at told you. A bunch of things are gonNA come back. This season screams not lie. No, you're not. But, but as we're mentioning, we skipped this discussion of the first episode as we're mentioning the. Potency of call backs, I do WANNA. Shut out the snack compartment. Swiss came in handy right away. Yeah the Whenever! We have like family outings that are like for example when my my sister studied abroad in Peru, She I went to visit her and went to too much peach use then when she got married in Peru. My my whole family went in the family. Ediciones leg and we're GONNA. Bring snacks and nobody else's worry about this is like three hours into high. You're on the Andes. You'RE GONNA want snacks right? You know like at the women's March in DC We're GONNA. Have our clear backpacks with water water bottles like an some protein. So go to like wh when they're like looking when angles like snack apartment I was like you're going to be grateful for whatever is in there when you are like mid like battle with the fire nation, so yeah, it was a funny callback, but I was also very i. felt very seen in that moment. Keane says the guy, it gliders, or so and I'm glad he has a new one. Yes, agreed. Keenan is worried about sukey Marcus is less worried now than than he was in part one so the next thing I. Think we have to talk about is Is Costa so who else was just like? Very happy just very happy that a went explicit with Oh. Is He like your father? Yes, he is Iras my dad now by. The I love that they gave Zuko that clarity and watching him stand up and. Express themselves so clearly, and so forth rightly to his father, calling out his views and everything else I really liked that. We get them moment. Alison sobbing listeners. Sorry, yes, I, agree I like there's a time for subtlety and ambiguity, and sometimes you just gotTa say the thing, so it was a very gratifying scene and I thought that. The performances were really strong and smart. It was. Very scary, but like I said that lightning redirect was quite a thrill and I do not see happy times ahead for Zuko in the immediate, but I'm glad that he finally came to his senses and I hope that word gets to IRA wherever he might be through the grapevine that that his son. has made some decent for once. And more camels so good in that. Yeah, performances because this is the most I feel like we really get with being ovalles. and. One of the things I like. Is that while yes, Hamels kind of doing his job her voice, it's in a raspy registered than his record was typically as and so it feels very distinct. While still being maniacal will still being manipulative so it's still really really good, and I really enjoy it, but yeah all the stuff Zuko. I like how especially how across both of these episodes that the emptiness of everything around Zuko is never give away to the whole of the Palestinians and It's just it just seems like Zuko isolated which works both on thematic level, but also on a narrative level which is just really good storytelling. And so watching that play out with him going here there and everywhere taking advantage of the fact, the city's almost certainly been evacuated in some fashion that. This was his moment. He recognized that I wrote did just like I recognized that this was the moment to escape and scare the shit out of that garbage. Who was so great? Like nothing had ever seen before like yeah, buddy, it isn't it isn't. So I just it's really good and I. my favorite bit I think is Co.. Claiming a destiny for himself is the most important Parnell at all. This is like no, no like I could I, could probably you? You're not armed. Guards are often. They're caverns. But that's that's not what I'm supposed to do because I want to do so tone, so I'm going to atone by teaching fire bending tube eight. That's what I'm going to do, and that as like a self actual an agency moment basically just so beautiful for character whose lacked that sense of clarity for so long. now I'm just very very excited for everyone to watch. The ramifications of that realization of agency play out over the next few episodes because they're delightful. The final thing I really have is that we should all consider ourselves quite lucky that we get to just go right into the next episode since. The. And Black Sun episode aired November Thirtieth Twenty Seven. And there isn't a new episode until July Fifteenth Twenty. Eight twenty eight. So is eight months. Between this episode and the rest of the season. Boy. and. They burned burned off the entire rest of the season across like four days. In the big lead up to the part finale, but it's just like it was eight months between this. And the episodes were going to discuss tomorrow. Holy Cow. so it's it's we. We should be very very happy that we don't have to wait months to go. Wait what's the western Air Temple which by the way is my favourite Air Temple? It's cool. I can't wait for everyone to see it tomorrow or analysis case five minutes after we. Probably not, but definitely in the next couple hours. Markelle says given the invasion was the first episode with any real amount of dialogue from new voice actor Iro if he did a pretty good job of channeling Moco Yeah Yeah. I think it's I think it's passable it's. There's a texture tomatoes voice that it's just kind of really difficult era replicate, but given the conditions that I rose been in the sort of like. Breath. You're sort of approach that agreable house I think kind of makes sense. Yeah, I felt about it the way I feel about. When someone really good is doing the Kermit the frog voice where you can slip comparison, you can still tell, but you appreciate how close it is Yeah, that's sort of how. That's such a diverse. Why don't you? Well if anyone has any final thoughts, thrown into the chat. Otherwise Allison tomorrow we are going to be talking about episodes. Twelve and thirteen the western Air Temple and the fire bending masters so. Butts Lou the fire bending masters. So I'm guessing. Maybe at the end of the next episode, we get both Zuko and Iro with team Avatar and those are five masters plural. The. Western edge is hard, because like I already know that they're going to the Air Temple Maybe there they'll find another air bison. And OPPA will fall in love. Home there we go. That's my name. Jim Very Nice. Diego says with the finale field. These episodes of took me a second. Realize Oh yeah. Hang hasn't mastered fire yet. Yeah? He's not a balanced yet, so they can't win. Yeah, let's shockers blocked. I'm very relieved to know that. The avatar state is just blocked and not gone. which is what I thought had happened? That's good news. Yeah Marcus's I was the most obvious reason. It wasn't the finale. Yeah, definitely so. Very excited so. Looking for a conversation tomorrow, Yes will not say anything else. Might, say also. Wanted to things that I think are, but they might be I. Won't bookie purchase tomorrow, everyone, thank you to Diogo Marcus and Keenan for hang out with us today in the zoom. Thank you everyone for listening. We'll back tomorrow fight.

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