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Imitate. Escalate. Repudiate.

Armstrong & Getty

39:29 min | 5 months ago

Imitate. Escalate. Repudiate.

"The buck sexton podcast. Freedom is our fight this year. You have a democrat party. That increasingly just bears its authoritarian fangs without any sense whatsoever of fair play and good faith toward the other side because they haven't had it for years because defeating trump in their minds justified. Absolutely anything the buck sexton. Get it for free. Daily on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you find your podcasts. Armstrong and getty radio these idiots jackass radio an introduction. That was holy god. Does it better. We do want another. It's such a bizarre follow josh for that. Go go into in the house house. He armstrong and getty from studio c sees a your you know what is it's called a dimly lit room deep within the bowels the armstrong and getty communications compound and they were under the tutelage of our general manager. Calm people calm. Home is their general manager. Yeah i know you hate the matica gene general managers if you prefer a homo sapiens. Let's go with josh hawley. The senator senator from missouri. And i'd like to cut of his jib on a few issues but he's being He ted cruz. Especially you're being hauled up to face the music for inciting the craziness yesterday along with donald j. Of course darren people talking about throwing him. Out of the senate holly. What's the procedural talk about. A lot of crap doesn't have people talk about a lot of crab that doesn't happen. There's no doubt about that. European looked at again like that. I'm going to invoke the twenty fifth amendment We got a clipper gonna play later from One charles krauthammer who we were big fans of when he was still alive still phantom. I didn't start hating him when he died Good but Clip a him from several years. Back saying y- if you constantly talking apocalyptic terms and both sides do this both sides absolutely. If you constantly talking apocalyptic talk in terms like terrorists. Do for instance in dictators. You end up with a lot of people getting really really really worked up if if if thing you care about hinges on this election or this supreme court justice or this whatever then yeah people are people are going to resist and that is rarely the case and as we see it doesn't take too many people out of three hundred and thirty million to cause a hell of a lot of damage death and in trouble so if so if we could turn around and stop talking that way are they could be very very helpful. I don't know. I don't know how likely that is. What what do you put the likelihood on that zero two to three percent. I've been listening to the mainstream media. They are absolutely delighting in all of this because it gives them an excuse to continue. And even amplify their apocalyptic language re anybody to the right of mitt romney. Yeah so perhaps. It'd be a good date at some point dig backup the rahm emanuel clip that i liked highlighting right before the supreme court justice Vote rahm emanuel's one of the more reasonable politicians out there but he said if he is on the court women will be back in alleys engaged. We'll be back in the closet. For god's yes you could imagine coming up with violence to avoid that if you believe that was the case. We can't say stuff like that. You know what that's interesting that needs to be called the jack armstrong test. I could see this becoming a thing as the kids. Say when somebody makes a statement like that the media if they had any spine principles whatsoever should say well now if that's true that would justify violence in opposing that because that would be terrible so you are saying violence is justified. And they'd have no no well. Wait a minute wait a minute. You're saying they're ending democracy. That's we need a war. We need to get arm now. Oh well well if make them account for that crap well my entire life. Every election has been the most important election of our lifetimes. So that's not a new phenomenon always actually trudeau. Yeah that one's harmless enough. That's just a high bence. Greatest show on earth portable greatest. Show on earth right. Nobody's harmed by that. The idea that the next supreme court justice is going to cause women to die in back alleys now. That's well them's fighting words literally. I don't know how optimistic i am. I don't know again. Are we on a continuum towards something worse serve. We reached the end of a pendulum. Swing don't know. Well all right here here's your handicap. If you're a betting man the chances that the senate settles down and starts acting like the senate again. I put it seventy two percent really. I think it's There's quite a good chance of now. The the old men and women of the senate have had enough of some of the young bucks and they're gonna sit him down so i think there's a good chance of that. The house of representatives acting more sane. I'd put it about nineteen percent and the media at two zero percent while zero. Well they're still desperate for clicks. There's still ideologically biased as hell. They have incentives right. Exactly minds thinking alike there. John hydro incentive decent point. I mean we've received some very very nice emails from people thanking us for our attempt to understand what's happening before we talk about it reasonableness et cetera. We're a niche show. There's no money in being a knee show now. If we weren't so stupid we'd go ahead and pander stubborn or whatever it is anyway there's Copen stuff to talk about a lot of stimuli millions and millions of stimulus checks out to people didn't deserve him when lots of people deserve them didn't get them. There's plenty of things to talk about. That was all depressing. Is there anything not depressing. Lady send us pictures of little bears. Playing little bears bear cubs. That's not depressing awesome. I'm the teamwork makes the dream work. And that's why we introduced me squad. That's our board operator. Michelangelo right there. Person buttons slip dogs pulling levers. Is that purple that. you're you're wearing. Yeah you know what is funny. Because when i pulled out the closet rooms kind of dark and so i thought it was like gray or black and then i realized it was purple shirt. That has faded over time of washing and drying now i think is an actual purple shirt. Okay why are you prosecuting him. And why do you sound guilty michael. It's okay nine cult. And i forgot. You're not allowed to wear. He was on his back foot. As i think you're some kind of a king or something very per pool anyway. How are you this morning. Michael good i got on bloomberg dot com. They have something where you can track. How many people have actually received the vaccine. How many people have actually got the shot in the arm and sophomore. As of this morning it was six point two five million in the nation. Yeah oh my gosh. Hoping for twenty million descended said that twenty two doses have been distributed but as far as people actually getting it. It's only six million so far and that's a state problem. Yeah they had broken by county. Yeah absolutely amazing. But that's really the key all of this is just. They've just got to get that vaccine out. I keep thinking you've got to have a big test people in his drive up and you just give them the shot in the arm. Stick out their arm or right. Michael strikes me that each state ought to depending on geography and population set up between two and thirty vaccination centres. Put out the word. Look come with your front line medical person. Id or this or that here. The locations come one. Come all get in line. Maybe even have a website that estimates the waiting time at each place so people can figure out. Maybe i'll try tomorrow but just set up a big ass tent and have people drive through and get the shot. How hard is this. We're well over a month into realizing that it's much slower than they'd hoped he'd thought we'd come up with a fix for that in a month until you. What if you were to task. The mcdonald's corporation with getting five million people vaccinated by the end of january. It would happen. Yeah i guarantee it. Yeah you know. We're hi or or kraft foods or any president. You told an individual a burger flipper that they will be sued for a million dollars if they accidentally give the vaccine to somebody. Who's not on the You know a a vaccine equity minority benepe list right. Of course they would proceed with with brutal caution if they proceeded at all. It would slow down quite a bit then. Yeah yeah oh coming up. We have some rather amusing audio about oregon continuing to tie itself not over which intersectional group should get the vaccine. I and they're not quite sure who to give it to. So nobody's getting impacted just unbelievable. There's positive sean who smile lights up the room. How are you sean. Well keeping an eye on the The rhetoric of at least the the cable news networks. We had Joe scarborough yesterday dropping a giant f-bomb right. There live on the air this morning. Attitude reflects leadership hugh hewitt on the same panel drops a whole yes bomb. Holy s. yeah. Yeah wow wow do. We have that Morning joe clips ville. Yeah we'll have to play that. Yeah that was later in the show. Caveat veins pop it on his forehead is were molding spit flying out of his mouth. Yeah i think his point was You know a guy who washington dc a lot irregularly get harassed by the capitol police over very minor things but you let people run into the building and sit. In the speaker's office screened act by capitol police for being on the wrong side of a barrier as a guy was you know threatening nothing doing nothing. I was just a tourist right. Yeah about you about you make people. Don't run inside the building well about everybody's getting fired. Yeah a week and a half two weeks. Before the inauguration. That's a little inconvenient. We'll talk about that as well. I'm jack armstrong. He's joe getty on this friday january eighth year twenty twenty four armstrong and getting. We approve of this program. Let's begin to show officially now according to fcc rules and here we go at mark. According to reports kanye west and kim kardashian her preparing to file for divorce well. I hope they'll both take a good long look in the mirror. Oh they will. Oh they do that everyday then might have been the whole problem. Pretty good pretty good. Yeah that's pretty. I take delight in the kids. Not absolutely not especially because they got a youngster or to write couple little north and west and southeast. And whatever i do. I get both of their reasons to apple. He's tired of the whole kardashian. Lifestyle fishbowl thing right. She's tired of his crazy year. Run into mega church. Now and maybe running for president okay. How does mailbag look. Oh it's really good. Perspective insight baby bears all of that. So we'll catch up. You know there was kind of one story yesterday. So there's a couple of days worth of news to get to among the latest developments in that other big story so all on the way our text line four one. Five two nine five k. Afdc the armstrong and getty show. We read Pro quite a few probably too many hate texts emails said cetera. Last couple of days i don't know the point of that is but we got this one yesterday at the end of the show. Jack joe fantastic show today right on the spot with your analysis very proud to be a listener for over ten years. Keep up the fantastic job. You guys do every day. I'm really reading that for the people who don't hate us who listen who think. Maybe i'm doing something wrong. Well that's that's a really nice thing to say. I would actually like to amend some of my comments from yesterday. I don't think i understand something better. Okay and i want to clarify it all right. Because i just walking back. Statements is what he's doing. no. I would say i'm just reflecting more information. Don't put words in my mouth out her. Fresher walking back mailbag being in this first day of the year right in sleight to an amendment. He is no longer capable of being in charge of mailbag. We need smelling salts after. Michael broke both my ankles. If you're all fan you're right. Gosh dang it. Time to take better. The first friday of the year michael. Ono's who knows what the streak mighty second. This is only the first week of the year this is not. This is not december thirty nine. It's june right. Doesn't it feel like get all my god. This is a weak back from vacation. Yeah yeah the fifth show. Feels like the fiftieth well. Oh hey it's time to take fund look back at the week that was it's cow clips of the week. Ninety one percent nearly ninety two percent of folks in generation z. are making new year's resolutions. You know what else is on your roof. Bird poop who violent antifa anarchist's what rampaging through portland to meanwhile mcdonald's true of pentagram on the floor. In the mcrib bat. The health service is facing severe perhaps close to unbearable pressure and england is heading into another lockdown squirrel. What are you doing either. Bit me or scratch me on on my neck and then i must have reached over. Do something and next thing. I know it's an ms cage match. I'm lose with ideas. Such as christmas tree cured salmon spruce flavored ice cream and christmas tree alcohol but we must not imitate and escalade what we repudiate thank you united states. Senate will not be intimidated. We will not be kept out of this chamber by thugs mobs or throats those who wreaked havoc in our capital today. You did not win the best way we could show respect for the voters who were upset is by telling them the truth but then trump supporters come in and you open the doors forum. The center of america is not washington. Dc the center of america's the neighborhoods. Were three hundred and thirty million americans raising their kids. They're trying to put food on the table and trying to love their neighbor. Wow cattle futures are up big beefy counter. Start off the air. You know michael. I think you gave me. Ptsd with at buzzer. Because what i said. Clips of the week in the cow sound came i was like oh did i screw up again. Oh man mailbag got that one right. We don't have very much time. But i wanted to get to this Quote from the late. Greet abraham lincoln said: along by from whence shall we expect the approach of danger shell some transatlantic military giant step the earth and process at a blow never all the armies of europe and asia could not by force take a drink from the ohio river or make a track on the blue ridge the trial of a thousand years no if destruction be our lot we must ourselves be its author and finisher as a nation of free men we will live forever or die by suicide. Hey now abraham freaking link late. Great abraham lincoln man from illinois walk airplanes and stuff true. It was harder to get across ocean more atoms gas. Good point You know we ought to do some bonus mail bag in a in a few minutes Out of time and we need to speed on the very latest trump made some statements yesterday. Nancy pelosi's made some statements and other republicans where we are an impeachment and backing down and twenty fifth amendment. All that stuff right water. The chances trump actually gets he will tell you. 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Just go to lifelock dot com slash armstrong that's lifelock dot com slash armstrong to save twenty five percent off lifelock dot com slash armstrong lifelock dot com slash armstrong armstrong and getty show new administration will be inaugurated on january twentieth. My focus now turns to ensuring a smooth orderly and seamless transition of power. This moment calls for healing and reconciliation. All i can say as Count me out. Enough is enough and when it's over it is over. It is over the new clip. That will end our show every day when it's over and over and it is over that was president trump sounding. A you know like a normal politician. And lindsey graham one of his if maybe his most staunch supporter of power. Saying it's over. It's over count me out. It's over right Meaning the trump era. I'm trying to remember the context or was it the the questions of on the election or i think it was just his support for trump. I think i take it to mean lindsey graham is no longer going to be his Bulwark against anything is a idiot. Well that was before aches. So this is this is what i take from it. See what you think so. There's still plenty of talk about the twenty fifth amendment. Although vice president pence has said he's not in charge or in favor of that without him on board it. It can't happen. That was the ridiculous. Talk about things that will not happen that i referenced earlier. okay As far as impeachment which are still a fairmont. A talk about and ben sasse just said Republican senator from nebraska said. If impeachment moves forward. He said he would he. Would he would be a vote. You can count on so I believe mitt romney who is the only republican to go with it. The last time said he prefers to wait it out. And i saw that. Yeah so to me trump sounding the way he sounded yesterday one twelve days to go it to me. It showed he's not a guy who's like completely unhinged has no sense of reality. Somebody got to invent intervention with. I don't know penson malania and donald junior. I would have a you need to have that. Have you ever gone off. Half cocked on anything and with further reflection realized what i was thinking. I was really. That was a mistake jimmy so far today in general i certainly know i have without anybody pointing it out to me. Yes okay. this is not that was good. That was the wrong thing to say. I don't thinking anyway so to me it. It just showed you know. He's not a person that's completely lost. It see the problem. I had with a lot of the washington post new york times stories about. He's an angry man. Pacing the pacing around the oval office. Not talking to anybody muttering newsom self. That is the five hundred article. They've written saying that now since he took office so i don't none of that stuff means anything to me and him sounding like a normal person yesterday. Plenty stories out there from from pence on down saying you know we're not gonna do any we're not gonna follow any orders of their legal. What's the point of going through impeachment right so to prevent them from running again so yeah exactly the The i wouldn't worry about that. But i understand the folks at the dispatch wrote an impassioned editorial yesterday advocating impeachment for that very reason to get him out of office so he doesn't do anything horrendous and can't ever run again but as you point out jack in the real world. I don't think there's any chance of that anyway. If i'm a democrat to my benefit that he's still out. There is a possibility the the thrown out tweets and everything like that that he's going to run and might get the nomination. If i'm a democrat. I think it hurts us that he's off. The stage actually think helps the republican party if impeached and removed and no longer can be a political player. I think that helps the republican party and hurts the long-term. Yeah yeah absolutely. So a couple of things number one the twenty fifth amendment saying you want to talk about a constitutional crisis if you were to take an amendment that is specifically tailored to deal with a president unable to function physically unconscious. Grievously wounded a stroke. It was passed in sixty seven out of the kennedy assassination. Right not out of president saying crazy things right exactly. Poor judgment is not a reason to invoke the twenty fifth amendment to do so would be a terrible terrible thing. it would make a josh hawley. Look like ben. Franklin absolutely would have people about it. If for instance a george bush was talking about invading iraq talking about the twenty fifth amendment. Sure absolutely yeah. Joe biden is trying to bring socialism to our system. That's that's insane either twenty-fifth amendment so it's funny. The washington post has an article that allegedly or these things in terms of their likelihood but they're wrong Impeachment and conviction is much more likely because you can do it in a crazy hurry. It would prevent trump from running again. But that's extremely unlikely to and the reason nancy pelosi is pushing the twenty fifth amendment. So hard is because she knows it sounds like a joke her talking about impeachment. Because of the ridiculous. I one you may recall. It happened earlier or early in two thousand and twenty when the pandemic was sweeping across the globe. Well how many vi- you'd think. I'd know this since. We just went through one of almost exactly a year ago. How many votes do you need for impeachment Majority to impeach which would be effortless or no cash. Dang it that's right we we just went through this. You know quite a few votes jack. Quite a few. I think he'd have enough votes though. I just don't know actually thinking about what's best for the country. I'm a guy who thinks trump pardoning afford pardoning nixon was clearly a good idea Even in retrospect clearly a good idea best thing for the country. I i just don't think it's good for the country to go through the impeachment e himself. He's not completely uninteresting crazy. There's twelve freaking days. Left a two thirds supermajority to convict the person of being impeached. Say to boot amount. You need two thirds right. I don't know if you could get that. Many republicans you might though you might might be. The lie. had two very interesting in contrasting cove experiences yesterday. Okay wanna bring you plus the hilarious. I mean it it's tragic. It's it's horrifying it's hilarious. It's horrify areas oregon's wrestling with itself over which woke super minority. Ought to get the vaccine in. What order just unbelievable more on that to come. But a quick word from our friends. 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Risk-free trial you're not taking any risk at all simplisafe dot com slash armstrong. I'm looking up at an ad in the new york post best joggers for women. That's kinda loose-fitting In fancy sweatpants that are so popular during the The working at home will loose-fitting. We'll grownups wear tight pants or uncomfortable. Close ever again well. Commands and pants. Don't count kazaa. Those are said to be very comfortable. I'm sure they are yeah. I've never had him on. But i'm sure they are. We'll we'll people were uncomfortable. Close ever again. As a mass individuals will obviously been in america. Yeah i just don't know if we ever will and it never really made sense then it till to wear the most uncomfortable. Close you own all day long at work. It's definitely the product of a bygone era. Yeah what's the point. The point well right. You look at victorian gentlemen their hat. They're vest their waistcoat their overcoat their starched collar their spats and god knows what else. I don't even know what else. I'll just fancy pants. Hurry and we're passing fancy pants. Serie offer an speaking of that sort of thing and changes to the american workplace. Friend of a friend works for oracle. And i wish i had the actual email in front of me and if you have it ford it. Please mailbag at armstrong and getty dot com. But larry ellison's sent out an email saying guys were closing down our big silicon valley headquarters. You have three choices. You can work from home for good. You can go to one of these five centers. Or i suppose can move on with your life. I'll be working from My giant mansion. He didn't say that in hawaii and we'll hold video conferences. La that was it. Wow yeah yeah well. There's going to be a lot of that For variety of reasons that we've discussed. I think was yeah. Yeah well we work in there. This is all we have a lot office space here. There ain't been no human beings here. It's been nice for going on a year. What percentage of the radio ranch would you say is occupied right now. I'm picturing five percent. it ain't much is. I'd say ten because of the radio studios but if you count the offices and the big conference rooms which you might as well play racket ball in them for today however many offices exist here to are being used the sales pit. That's like twenty percent of the entire operation that's empty and has great year and in many cases companies are finding themselves to be productive. So oh yeah even more productive. In some cases the future is upon us. Thanks to the freaking chinese bat. Fever got a couple of contrasting points of view on that the hilarity of oregon's won't like to hear from you always text line four one five two nine five k. Ftc is always keeping an eye on that south. African strain the covid mutation. What's going on with it. Because since we took a day off from cova yesterday the whole world did all that stuff on the way the armstrong and getty show so a player in an nba game. Last night found out. He had the kobe during the game. Got the test back on how that happens. So they pulled him out of the game two. They stop the game. What did they do in that situation. While the mom of the game. I guess in the team is quarantining in that city. Not doing their scheduled travel as they con- contact tricks. Nc double a. remember. They cancelled the city. The march madness last year. They're they're pry. They're practicing mascot ball. They're calling it trying to figure out how to make the season work. Why does everything have to have a name who decided that was necessary. I don't know. But i want them all up in front of the court of just yet yet. Twenty fifth amendment for them had a couple of experiences. Covert wide yesterday ecofin wise. Yesterday i ran into a friend of mine. Brian in the gas station. We were gassing up near the neighborhood and we talked about a number of things. He's a practical man. He's a mechanical man who used to race cars. Really good guy but we were talking about the covert he added. Got over it. He said he had the sniffles for three days. Like several other golf buddies of mine and and I said yeah we're doing this. And that and the vaccine he says man everybody's going to get everybody's gonna get it just a question of when i wonder about i've wondered about that from the beginning and i still do and well and then we got this note from. Dl heard you making reference to feeling like just going out and exposing yourself to the girl corona virus to get it over with. I was kind of the same until it breached our family bubble before christmas. My wife basically had the flu for ten days or teenage kids barely affected. But now i'm live. Linked living with lingering daily symptoms dizziness headaches. Nausea that show no signs of easing weeks. Later i'm in my forties was in very good health before all this and i thought just shrug it off but chairman. She's bat virus sucks. Yeah are Twani something like early. Twenty maybe twenty years old baby sitter slash helper sort of person that got it and we haven't seen now for. She was really sick for two and a half months. Wow when you're old. Oh my gosh. Someday we'll know why people are a so differently but we don't at this point Let's see That oh we got this Paul says look guys. Every chick-fil-a has a line of fifty cars waiting for the chicken sandwich. Just jab folks will await same for starbucks and in and out. Mcdonald's you particularly want to jab people that eat chicken or turn poli setup in any mall. Parking lot with a rental truck generator and a freezer. Let's get people vaccinated speaking to the incredible bureaucratic logjam. That's what if he accidentally gave a straight white male shot. You get a million dollar fine. Well that would be That wouldn't be equity Here's a news. Report on the woke of the woke oregon struggling to figure out how to equitably distribute the vaccine. Twenty sean in deciding who's next. Osha's vaccine advisory committee has been asked to focus on health equity by making sure that vaccines get to those who have been disproportionately impacted by covid. Nineteen the committee did start that conversation however they did not make any concrete decisions today about who be included in the next group. That gets the vaccine. The committee held a meeting creed on tuesday but during today's first official meeting it took an hour and a half just to get through introductions. Were committee members were asked to share their word of the day. Do you have a lord for today. yes my word. Today is the same as my word every day. Which was actually entered. My word for today is Decolonization this is. Today would be pensive. No for me. The word today would be. I think somebody compassion but also trust trust stewards. Jesus is really important. This is why many member. I spoke with after said if they continue at this pace. They won't be done until august and pointed out that oregon is already behind other states in holding these committee meetings and rolling out vaccines. Osha said the long introductions were needed during this first meeting to lay the foundation for future meetings where they will make concrete decisions. Oh my god this that. That's an excerpt from portland. Brilliant parody. you're right. That's from portland. Yeah it was written by fred armisen. That's a joke or the only other option is liberalism is actually a mental disease. My word of the day is decolonization and nobody raised their hand. And said people are dying. People can't open their businesses. Losing everything they have because kobe suicide. Only what kids aren't learning the only way we can stop. This is getting the vaccine into people's arms and we're going through the room and doing our word of the day before we before we get around to even discussing it with our focus on making sure. Historically marginalized populations are first in line. That's our focus. This is astonished. That is insanity you are. You are crazy people. i'm. I'm so stunned by that. Having difficulty forming words. I if i were on alternating between just wanting to crack up and rage. It reminded me of a a city council meeting than i intended. That i attended. That wasn't that crazy. But there were people saying crazy stuff like that. And i thought i don't think there's any kind of conversation here i mean we're so far apart. There's there's no. There's no like reasoning The way they see the world versus the way. I see the world or just there's no way could come together. Well and then the day the defensiveness in vehemence of the cultist to and if you challenge their religious practices and make no mistake. A lot of progressivism is. It's religious. it's cultish in nature you you look at the head articles of faith and and casting out of a blasphemers and the rest of it so if you were to say well look your word of the day. what are we talking about. What parking lots. We can put a big tent up in my word of the day as decolonization mine is equity. What are you doing. They would react with the anger and horror and call you fascist right scott. So where did that you come across that. That's a that's a news report from the i think Kym and was it. An alert listener. Senator analog did any part of the news report say these people are freaking out of their minds or did they present. That is if that makes sense. No no oh yeah. There was is ross. Thanks for us. We appreciate it that is that is one of the craziest things i've ever heard every hour amazing. I know how it's hard to imagine why we're falling behind and not get anything done. Got and you know. There's so many meetings kind of like that. At every step of the way well and listen if they spent three and a half minutes going around the room giving their word of the day like their five year olds okay. That's three and a half minutes. But the the problem is the attitudes that displayed. That showed that that it made it clear that they were there to signal their virtue and be good dreamy hippies instead of getting something done. Nobody said this is an emergency. Can we skip the word of the day today. And what do you mean by decolonization. We're talking about a drug to save lives. That is holy crap. His really really. It's contagious mental. Illness shared delirium. Like you said. I don't even know how to react to that where the grownups seriously. Where are the adults who understand responsibility. You don't get hold it in. you don't have a you. Don't have a say in those things. 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#1405 They're Pushing Compliance

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Dr drew show the get it on that. Dr drew a board certified guy the chins been things Right let me hit jordan harbinger for we get roll rolling here. Yeah different sponsor for this episode. Different kind of sponsor. The jordan harbinger show. It's a wide range of fascinating topics and guests like well. Professor a professional art for jerry. I should say that then. Made millions while being chased by feds and mafia like and you can Jordan's a good dude speaks a lot of languages. I think it was a doctorate a couple of times. Lots of insights apple named it one of the best two thousand and eighteen. You always find something useful to apply to your own life with jordan show and that's why we like talking to on our show as well so we enjoy the show and you will to search the jordan harbinger show. That's h. a. r. b. as in boy i n. as in nancy g. e. r. You get it on apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you listen to find. Podcast jordan harbinger. What's going on drew. Just thinking about masks. I was thinking about holocaust holocaust. No yeah yeah what. Yeah the mass thing. You and i were talking about this. You sent me over tiktok video. Yeah i'm not sure who. The gentleman was who laid it down. Virology guy keeps stuff right. Yeah so i have noticed the mask wearing his gone up now. I'm not outdoor mask wearing amongst upper middle class white older people. Yes yes a couple of couple of things You know. I talked to someone who hikes on At runyon canyon a very popular hiking destination around here and She said oh they have somebody hanging out at the front telling you got put that mask on. What the f. That's i don't know here's the look everybody to these words. Here's the level of transmission out of doors in sunlight zero the most transmission. I can find an any studies that are out there. Worldwide was to outdoor transmissions out of seven thousand. And yes if you're standing outside and your three feet away from somebody and speaking into their face. Yeah maybe maybe very low probability maybe everybody else. Zero zero zero out doors in the sun. I can't say that enough zero so therefore outdoors in the sun. You should be able to loosen up mass regulations a little bit right. Well look i. Antibodies vaccinated on top of that. It speaks to a issue. Which is you took this thing one. As a society we took a thing which is statistically zero and we convinced everyone to do something it. It wouldn't matter if it was masks or wearing a traffic cone on your hand you would actually be better off with a traffic cone on your head because more people are stay away killed bio cars. You know what i mean. Yes yes so. We successfully and i don't mean you and me. I mean our society successfully figured out a way to get people to do something that statistically has has no benefit and to be fair. It's a self fulfilling in other words. It's not the state mandating so much. It's the community shaming each other right. Well that's the only way you can do it. You can't the state can say on the same street in my neighborhood where everyone's walking around with a mask on alone walking their dog in the middle of the day when it's hot outside on that same street there's a state mandate that says twenty five miles an hour speed limit. Everyone driving the car down that streets. Going thirty five plus. Yeah so the state. Can't you know what i'm saying. It has to be the they can only enforce it so well. Let's put it that way right until you have the buy in from the community. Which is i brought up this day. Many many times with the with. This is what alex talk ville said in the late. Eighteen twenty s was that even though we have some of the greatest liberties in ensconced in law in reality because the call the effect of the public square. We had very little liberties people. Yell you down for everything. You can't have any extraordinary of interesting ideas because you'll get right. So we've taken a thing that has no value and we've essentially created one hundred percent. Compliance on this zero value proclamation. Do you think which now look. I'm not talking about a virus. I'm not talking about a mask. I'm just talking about that as a notion. The conan the head. That's that's a scary proposition. We have successfully gotten people to do whatever they want him to do. I mean this. Is this the tip of the spear. There's going to be plenty more. We're going to be telling people what to do. They're going to do it. You know made they'd be looking forward to that. I don't know do you think pushback already There's a there's a group of people who push back but those people are usually down by the people wearing the cones on the half. And that's where we're at. Do you think this has anything to do now to be fair. A lot of european countries are locked down to. I don't know what it feels like to be in their lockdowns but to the extent that it is promulgated by the public here you think has anything to do with our sort of puritanical heritage that sets up for which trials and things for hysteria. Yeah yeah that's sort of where it all broke out was in new england in the seventeenth century right. Yeah we'll Gary got the video. So if you guys wanna hear that virologist Okay hold on. Let me talk about lifelock. While we get that setup cybercrime goal cybercriminals are using covid nineteen to scam people who lost their job or reduce their hours with phishing emails and fake websites. Promising financial support while stealing their info. You cannot control for human errors. Don't click through on those phishing emails. You gotta understand how cybercrime and identity theft or affecting our lives every day. We put our input risk on the internet. In instant. cybercriminals can harm your finances credit. That's why we need lifelock. Lifelock lifelock detects a wide range of identity threats. Say your social security numbers for sale on the dark web if they detect. Your information has been potentially compromised. They'll send an alert right now. No one can prevent all identity theft or monitor all transactions at all businesses. But you can keep what's yours with lifelock identity theft protection join now and save up to twenty five percent off your first year at lifelock dot com with promo code adam. That's lifelock dot com. Promo code adam for twenty five percent off all right. We'll play this video. Drew sent me. Should you be worried about getting cova from someone walking jogging or biking passed without wearing a mask. No and here's why air outdoors is constantly moving even still day any viruses being exhaled. We'll be dispersed almost immediately. Also light from. The sun contains ultraviolet rays. That actually worked a breakdown viruses relatively quickly some might also converts water and oxygen into oxidative gases that worked breakdown all sorts of different contaminants including viruses. This is actually the self cleaning mechanism of the atmosphere. One study looked at over seven thousand documented cases of kobe transmission and found only two happening outdoors and those were the people who are talking face to face for an extended period of time without masks. Barring that type of scenario i really wouldn't be worried about outdoor transmission. Definitely not from someone passing you briefly and less they sneeze on you so keep walking without fear. Exactly what i said there. it is. that's it so mascot everybody impending doom. I'm feeling impending doom mascot especially at the beach. I was standing feet apart. Where do we have our towels down hundred feet apart no lane. No lie down a big part. You know lying down dan okay. Who set this fucking shit. What's nuts from fucking jump street. Who said fuck dat with the beach. fuck you. This is insane. There's nothing going on when they were. I was down to the beach with. They're taking the volleyball courts and piling sand over them. There were there were there. Were masking off taking the police tape and wrapping it around the jungle gym at the beach in the sand. Yes yes all right. So here's my point. What else do they know that. We shouldn't be listening to that. We should be listening to you. That's my whole point. You fucking people getting right. Why do you just comply. Nobody should have ever stopped going to the park. Never i know they were there. Were welding rods under the basketball hoops and stuff. So people couldn't play basketball. I mean jesus. Christ people in by. I'm the for pushing back against this kind of tyrannical dictatorship not backed by any science at all really. That's an interesting approach to this. The highlight of the pandemic for me. Was you talking to that Official that jumped out of his car to do to tell you to get off the horse trail. Well that wasn't that wasn't mask up on the horse trail. That was no using off the horse drill. Yeah very you're the one word about masking the fucker. Get his mass. Well not for the horse rail but the talk to me right. I was so good. You know what. I witnessed that you guys are dealing that you. Where's your good understand these people. I don't get why people don't get who these people are filled the wrong about most everything. Yes why why. The one hundred percent compliance when the wrong about almost every day because hysteria people review came his histrionic. Hysterical maniacs and i would argue that. They're the where they really were. The pushback is necessary as where they start taking personal agency right. That went to when they say you don't have a role to play here. Listen to me. That should be alarming to people and it shouldn't feel good to comply with that should it. I don't know what motivates people fear. Everyone's fear base to just they're just living in fear. It's either fear of the virus of fear of the social. Yeah judgment and comes with not being fearful of the virus so go back to my puritanical thing you had to be more godly in the more you show your godliness. The less you know the more you could avoid being called witch Right same thing. It's the same thing right. yes okay. there's no problems outside but it. I walked down the horse trail yesterday. One hundred percent mask with everybody alone. Some were a couple of couples. Probably people live together right. There were a couple. Joggers and things like that job is my master. Yeah one hundred percent mask compliance with so much more so than six months right and the thing you told me was the majority of people were sixty five plus their accent their affluent. It's an affluent neighborhood is not enough the majority sixty five plus but fair fair share were and so they've probably been vaccinated. Forget you gotta wear the mask after your vaccinated right. And i remember that. Yeah yeah why. Because we didn't know for sure that it didn't cost transmission you. I had a good idea. Well usually work is a fine. So what are they pushing. They're pushing compliance. Yeah that's what they're pushing everybody. Yeah you don't get that. They've been fighting. Every step of the way i mean i mean look at it. You can't go anywhere until we get a vaccine. You know you gotta mask up. Whatever all right then. We get a vaccine. Well yeah but you still got a mask up. Is that someone who's looking to get out of this if you're looking to get out of this and why are you fighting. Why fighting it. Every step of the way schools still closed. Because that's a sign were open. That's my argument. Argument is wants. the schools are open. We're open and they don't want to be open. Why not because they would like you to comply in this this opportunity. Okay sheep you guys wanna live in that country. I don i live in that planet right So it's so disgusting. Mitch is an interesting why. Why aren't they disgusted by it. That's the part that i find a mystifying. I like i. there's so many people talking you go. What are you wearing a mask where outside why we do. So what's wrong just doing you know what i mean. There's a lot of like just do it. You know what. I mean like why not people have been trying to get me run for governor and this is the reason i even think about. It is like the some got to do something. Yeah well also. By harris are always wearing their masks four months after they're vaccinated and it's like their argument is we're sending a message and that's my fucking argument. To what message are you sending right. Wear a mask after you've been vaccinated. Why comply yet. That's their message. Why they're sending these Blah mitch thirty four iwa. It's going on. Hey i had a question Tiger woods Just as information. This morning You know his crash a few months. Back His lawyer said that they would released blackbox which apparently is car has a black box which is whatever but all that information is being withheld. i was just wondering you know and i believe it happened in. La so possibly know la county or orange county and that was just if that was just a regular person you know. All of our information would be released. We would not have any leniency. i guess. I'm just wondering maybe how does that happen. How can one person Just get all the info kept and possibly scrubbed scrub but money and attorneys. That's how you do it. Yeah and the news came out was was actually from the sheriff's department saying that they had completed their investigation and that they would not be releasing some of the data without tigers approval because it cited personal privacy concerns so people are speculating as to what that may mean. I have no idea what that would be. They've already talked about some of the maybe substances right. yes they have. Yeah what were the substances that there weren't any and that they didn't test for any because he seemed lucid and not seem under the influence at the time that they encountered him he was able to accept what he doesn't remember the accident and he didn't break in fact maybe they think he was accelerating at the time and i was sort of reading between the lines. It looks like there was some pharmaceutical agents. I mean that was how it felt to me. Yeah but but know that there were but it was as prescribed. And this is the shit that i tell people to prescribed means nothing things are over prescribed massively all the time and then doctors either don't know what they're doing or don't take into account that somebody could be operating a vehicle on the medicines that he or she is prescribing. Not his fault except he's at a previous history with this and should not under any circumstances be given medication like that. Yeah well i heard that. There's a law that if you get in into an accident in southern california that they'll just test you alcohol just dow but they have this weird thing where they look at the the medication. he's taking it as prescribed his bottle that that should not matter right all right well. It seems very bizarre that he didn't attempt to break and that he may have accelerated and it does not feel you know. It's also happened early in the morning. It kind of makes you wonder previous driving stuff have you. Did you see the documentary. Yes and it's all been and he was taken essentially as prescribed then to the wasn't his this when people get in these situations. I do not blame the individual. I blame that physicians that are prescribing. This stuff they don't know what they're doing. Halley humbly All right thanks mitch. You know and i. I don't know about the hippo laws and stuff like that. Yeah all right you gotta call you. Wanna take this line three. We'll talk to brian bryan. Forty four ohio brian. Hey guys it's kind kinda curious what. Your thoughts are on the You know a cororavirus vaccine I had the i had had a few months ago. in general. I'm pretty healthy. My i feel like my immune system you know does pretty well for itself. I i really. I never get a flu shot. I don't think i've ever had the flu. My corona symptoms were fairly mild last little while. But i wasn't really that sick and just kind of in general. I don't like the idea of being kind of forced to take a shot which might companies kind of thinking about right now so. I'm just kinda stubborn like that. But just in general. I'm pretty healthy. And i don't Just kind of curious right. So here's here here. My thoughts listen carefully so after somebody's head cove it. They generally fall into one of three categories. A small percentage has very poor immune response but most people fall into one of three thirty percent have an active immune response that decays quickly. Second thirty percent has immune response that decays moderately quickly over three months. And there's a final group of thirty percent. That has an exuberant immune response and stays up now that you that's me because i'm having my. Antibodies tested by something called an additive score. Which is something you can get from. A place called easy testing if you want. It's a little costly. But it's if you want to know that can give you that information in for me. I don't need the vaccine because my antibodies are crazy elevated problem for me though is that i have to. I'm gonna do some international travel. It's our thirtieth wedding anniversary in order to get on a plane to go out of the country have to show and a vaccine passport. That awesome get the vaccine. And that's good mascot. I'm going to be getting the johnson and johnson vaccine next week. I'm picking johnson and johnson. Just because i don't wanna do vaccines. I will have a huge reaction. I know it. I know it. And that's okay and one of the reasons. I'm happy to get it as might improve my my immunity against the variance. Which i'm i'm worried about because i had bad covert. I don't want to get it so to your point. You don't know which group you're in. I'm sympathetic to not being mandated by anybody to take the vaccine but the important point for you taking it is not just to protect you but to should you get reinfected which you're you know. Two-thirds risk of doing so. We don't want this virus replicating we all have to get involved in vaccinating. So we suppress the replication. Because the more replicates the more mutates the more we get problems so you kind of have a community responsibility not from the standpoint of not spreading covid but from the standpoint of reducing the replication of the virus. We can get this variant taking care of his. That makes sense brian. Yeah all right. Hey thanks one. More thing. Adam i just want to say i love when you troll people on twitter so keep keep up the good work. I love it when you call everybody. Thank you brian. Get it on it on. I said the man makes sense. You're what you're about to say. I don't i. Don't really look myself as trolling people upset it. And i hate sanctimonious put i have a child and you know this thing where it's like you have a kid you your father's teachers so the fuck what. The fuck doesn't have kids right those ones. Aren't you trolling. But the ones where you go. We have to lockdown because no death is acceptable castrol. What makes that trolling. That's the one. That's more mild to me. Well him calling someone in calling people pussies just him stating his opinion but he doesn't believe that he doesn't believe that we need to shut down because one death is too many. So that's what makes it troll. Oh yeah trolling the saying things. You don't actually believe sometimes or saying things just to rile people up. Yeah the thing. our pussies. That's not trolling his true opinion. Howard's go nuts when you call them cowards. What i've that's what i figured out it's all and other thing makes everyone go. Nuts is any kind of elitism. You know what i mean like. I live in a big hound house. They're logic is bizarre though. You know it's like you sit in your safe luxury home. Yeah make your money. We'll who sits at home thursday. How i've never been home now. I've been out arguably more than anybody during this whole cova thing. I mean traveling. I come to the studio every day of leno shop last night doing thing. I go somewhere for almost everything i wish i could sit at home and just know. Count my money to get the vaccine would be deal. We don't let it replicated you okay. Let's get the vaccine. I don't well now it's a it's opened anyone fifty now. Yeah yeah it's all on. I don't know how you get it but any all the pharmacies now have it. You just call. Yeah it's just it's easy. Daisy still sounds like a lot of work to you could walk there from your house. Yes yeah but what. If i get covid when i'm walking there. That's you know what. I mean because it'll be good contacted guy passing on a ten speed with no mass. Drew realize what happens when that happens. Kim leaving a huge like a crop duster rights ruling right there. That's strolling all right. Let me tell you about paint your life dot com when it give a truly meaningful gift paint your life. 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The story behind that but oxford university came up with the concept of container for generic vaccine about three years ago. Yeah same same. Same group that said we'd have to daddy united states. It started this hysteria but keep going but any anyway so they had a division that in about three or four years time that might be a disease cause disease x in february of last year. They realized that code was disease. X they modified the generic container to access a vaccine because it And parts of that deal with astrazeneca. Was that they not make a profit or make minimum profit. So they charge two dollars eighty as generic price The universe is paying three dollars. Fifty we're paying about three dollars The the agreement was no profit with me made. Currently the latest figures give about a five to seven percent difference in the effectiveness of astrazeneca compared to pfizer. So it's basically the same kind of level effectiveness but fis ten to fifteen dollars a vaccine. So if you're not a big fan of big farm out then you man wherever confused you said the first you said. The astra zeneca was like two dollars. Eighty and the pfizer was three dollars. Fifteen no no sorry. I did hear about fifteen ten. Fifteen dollars there Madonna's a bit more expensive in the uk so the us you pay slightly less about five dollars less than we do because the us government invested in the been I think it's about ten to fifteen to twenty dollars in other countries are paying up to thirty dollars that after that because between two dollars to three dollars fifty Vaccine and you get the same level of protection you're saying same protection but i've seen data that really calls that into question particularly against the variants and and that was just my point that it's less expensive and you lose some protection but i'm not saying you shouldn't take it. You should still take it so that for the protectionist variants. They still a lot of data coming in on at the moment. They haven't finished Doing a lot of testing to get that quite happy with the protection against the variant the south african variant. I don't think they've got enough data on the moment they have some data and it's it's a be dot one three five one. That's the one we're all worried about in the in the p. One and they're less. It's okay it's okay to have options out there or not as efficacious and are less expensive. That's okay now. Maybe you should. You should get on before is being glib. I should not have been so glib about it. I think. I think you know you got be careful. Obviously your weather weather very to take vaccines and the certainly in the us. I think he's an excellent choice. Okay i won't. I would not a- some any vaccine is better than vaccine right now. So i i am with you. I think i think we are sort of in alignment and your appropriate to call me out. For being glib. I should not have been sort of ivan is very attractive man. Really you like him like you like like him you know. I'm fluid speaking to fluid dripping down my leg. Yes yes go ahead so one thing. I wouldn't say one big bugbear of yours is the Travel security confiscating liquid. So the time. I'm afraid it's the brits partially responsible actually hold responsible for that. There was a a group of men that got together. Unfortunately am i five. Golden bugging device into the kitchen A net plan was i. Think to hughes Coke kinda sad and pop off the drink containers to take binary explosive. Go forever five. Picked up guys that corolla. So they So yes so. That was the reason the buttons the week reason so coenen with regard to the containers. Is that if you say that. The number on the container is one hundred milliliters Dot limit the problem is if you come in with a two hundred million milliliter contain it. Looks is one hundred milliliters in got so subjective decision that you have people who are not totally trained making as opposed to saying look containing says one hundred but fifty. Yeah my mind wasn't isn't scientific either. Mine is a toothpaste. Tube says four ounces on it started converted back to standard and the limit is three point. Eight and the thing is way less than half squeezed. A monkey could figure that one out but but you're right and thanks ivan ivan all right everyone lifelock cybercriminals are using cove nineteen to scam people who lost their job or reduce their hours with phishing emails to your home and you click on these fake websites promising financial support. They steal their info. You gotta be alert to fishing and you gotta understand how cybercrime identity theft affecting your life every day. We put our information at risk on the internet in an instant cybercriminals can harm your finances. Your credit good lifelock. 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#1059 Information vs. Knowledge

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But lifelock with Norton security conceit threats, you might miss on your own go to lifelock dot com or call one eight hundred lifelock use the promo code atom for ten percent off your first year that's promo code Adam at lifelock dot com or one eight hundred lifelock for ten percent off recorded live at guerrilla one studios with Adam. Arolla in board, certified physician and addiction medicine specialist. Dr drew Pinski. You're listening to the Adam and Dr drew show. Oh. There were here. I wanna think blue dash immu dot com code three, drew but your backs dot com. Promo code ADS. Lifelock dot com, promo code annum, truecar dot com. Okay. Drew what's going through your mind? Isn't it weird? How mammals? Get into these. They actually word for the coming together in schools and vocal property, and this kind of stuff, it's it's actually a very complicated thing, then we're able to mirror each other's vocal about that. It's not something that you would think it would just happen magically it's a neurological process, and it's sort of the based on our Mimetic selves. We were very Mimetic species. Right. Monkey see monkey do we mirror. Each other. Our bodies are often very much in the same positions and things, and it's just interesting when people can do that. Yeah. And other animals, do it. It's not just mammals primates, Linda, we're especially good at it it in the degree to which we sort of. I kind of call it a tune -ment we attuned to each other can happen on, you know, huge scale football stadium. Right do away in sort of or whatever it sort of, you know, sort of things moved through the audience that that is part of the synchrony synchronous. Whereas before you just see the movie pitch perfect. Like, I did sounds like you're inspired by something. Well, you know going before the show at the beginning the show. Yeah. But this feels like more I heard a podcast on it the biology. Yeah, there's a podcast on the making the movie pitch on synchrony. Yeah. Actually on firefly's synchrony firefly's, the males flash altogether. Certain point in the night. Oh, really? Yeah. Yeah. It's interesting how we're able to do that. It's a lot of things that we do is humans which would appear to be incredibly hopeful than we have another version of things which are heinous funny. It's we left off to last show. I know we tear down that always find that interesting how they're so much range in our species doesn't seem to be as much range and other species. I it's it's we're dichotomy us, right? We're we we have it's not it's not even we go from one extreme to the other. It's not even the rent spend much time in the middle reather very loving tend to creatures or hateful aggressive. Yeah. Interesting. All right. What else on your mind beside? All right. So did I talk to you about reasoning from conclusion last week? I sit sounds familiar, but I'm not sure it's just preoccupy me. I I thought that I was seeing the death of logic right because people just don't seem to be able to use logic. But you've noticed you talk to them logically. And they're they it's like, they literally don't know or they don't either don't follow or immediately jumped to something non logical in there in the response, right? Well, as I is I'm always kind of fond of thinking are saying, this is chick think, which is sort of I know in my heart. What what I and that the more dudes we're going to think like chicks more this kind of thing. We're gonna have right. We did talk about this. It's not I it's not it's not. It's not the worst way thinking, it's just not good. If you wanna fix things. Well, I've also I've refined my position a bit. And I don't think it's the death of logic. I think people are reasoning from conclusions the way, you actually learn and grow and sort of apply scientific methods you go. I think this pan can withstand twelve pounds of force. And then you apply twelve pounds of force in it, either affirms or refutes that hypothesis. Right. Well, what what people are doing. Now is they're going. This is a twelve pound a force pan. Because I said so and if the evidence doesn't doesn't confirm it while you're doing it wrong sums wrong with the evidence. Yeah. Or it's you you're doing the conclusion just lay the inclusion just is everything else in life. That's supposed to be evidentiary. That's supposed to lead you to the conclusion is all just concocted or or. What's the word? I'm looking. Yeah. Manufactured in whatever way needs to be manufactured and distorted in order to stay with my conclusion. Well, drew, I don't like to talk about me really or cars, but I got a car the super expensive Porsche than half taken apart sitting on a frame table right now with a million strings and lasers and things all around it because it is bent as something as bent. And all we know is the now I'm gonna go slow, drew. Center. Just the center of the wheel on one side front back the distance from the center of the hub to the center of the hub on the passenger side of the car is different by an inch and a half. Whoa. From the center to the center of the driver's side of the car. So we're wear of this show. Can I ask? It's the frame that bent not. We don't know. I see all this is what we now. Yeah. So now, it's going to be a few things something's bent, meaning the whole tub of the car, you're saying frame car doesn't have a frame, but it's still be bent the tub part of the car, the unibody bent, or there's a piece of the suspension is not lined up. Not not calibrated Craig out of judgment. There's adjustment. So let me get the wheel could be turned. Or we could be turned all. Jesmyn chessmen in the in the suspension, something could be off in the adjustment or a suspension piece could be bent something could be damaged in the suspension, or it could be all of the above as I gesture to the screen there got some pictures. Anyway, there's so could it have been built off in some way. One could have there's a jesmyn in this expansion, so one could miss calibrate or just or do something to the suspension, but it's. Highly unlikely tub or whatever you call it the tub couldn't be not out of the German factory event. It could have been bent than its many racist. But it's what didn't leave stewed guard bent. So I would like to fix this problem. How did you? Discover it was bad. We took a measurement. I don't know something happening that legislative now now we just took some measurements in their way off. So there is I don't know if things are bent. I know this is getting back to your point, you know, that that the something's wrong something's wrong. And I'm not going to make a proclamation of I know what's wrong because I don't know. What's wrong? I have theories, and I can narrow it down to either tub bent suspension out of calibration someone's adjusted something adjustment in it. Some things come out of jesmyn suspension, bent or damage or. Any combination including all the above could be a little band could be little Ave. Jasmine could be little damage. It's meant it can be everything or just one thing. It's something. So the first thing you do spend a bunch of money a bunch of time, and you build a table that's completely square and true and plumbing level, we need a jumping off point. It's not the floor Inida table the table to be completely zeroed out in order to jump off from that point. So the first thing we need it. Need us literally build an accurate base because there's no use hypothesizing about what's going on above the base unless we know the basis locked off. Right. And then once we locked that off we just start taking measurements and with laser beams and strings and plumb bobs, and we just measure everything until we get to. What it is. And I don't ever come in there and tell those guys what to find or what it is. Or what I know in my heart of hearts, or what I believe or it's a father's intuition. I don't do any of that. I come in every day. And I go what did you find? What are we finding? And we've been finding some things, and they're basically what we thought they were. But not what we knew they were. And we're not we're not about to start making big changes, unless I know something, right? So it's live hold on. I don't like about me. No. I know it's hard for you. If you difficult if you live in that world, then that's your only process. You're only process is we got we got a something square and true and Plum put this thing on top of it. Take it apart and figure it out. What happened it's called pragmatism? It's being strictly pragmatic the experts over there. I don't know what's wrong. And neither does the owner because we don't now. Approaching pragmatically, which is objectively, and you're all gotta go try to hundred and fifty miles an hour that car I don't wanna get. I don't wanna I don't wanna know. What I know. I went to measurements to tell me what I know. Makes sense. Okay. As I know put your box delivers one hundred percent grass-fed finish be free range organic chicken. Heritage breed. Poor wild caught sockeye, salmon, it's directly or door monthly basis. All products who mainly raised never given antibiotics or hormones taste is phenomenal. Each box comes with nine to eleven pounds of meat high-quality enough for twenty four individual meals, and it just free shipping anywhere in the US. Sorry, no, Alaska, Hawaii, no commitment. Cancel anytime and news subscribers get the alternate breakfast. Bundle two packages of bacon, two pounds of sausage free. And twenty dollars off your first box. It makes you want to prescribe re-sized. Subscribe again get up there again just to get this breakfast bundle of two packages bake and two pounds of sausage and twenty pound twenty dollars off the first box. All you gotta do is go to butcher box dot com. One word but your box, enter the code ADS at checkout, and you get the nine eleven pounds of meat twenty four individual meals to pounds of bacon. Two pounds of sausage. Twenty dollars off butcher box dot com slash ADS, ADS checkout put that code in. All right, Cole's got a question. The call. Hi, okay. It's my questions India, go sorry. My dog's barking, but mommy. What to avenue said to add a little bit? Quite fascinating. You know, he rarely talks about him in in that thing. But like with people's expertise, I will say that if I was having car problems, and I had access to Adams. I certainly would want his opinion because of his experience and his knowledge it just like ever medical question. And so I think of Dr drew and because do trust is experience and and his education. I think we've lost that to expert and because. Because people I heard I heard a somebody saying something, do you know that or do you Google know that and okay? He lost the sense of the can't distinguish between information and knowledge, but hold on a second true. Yeah. I don't like to kill you. No. You know? Here's here's what I'm saying. Yeah. The further we drift off from my mechanical world, the more we get in dole jar self in this fairy tale world. Yeah. I'm not doing it. Because I Mr. pragmatic, I live in a world in that automotive side where you get killed. If you're if you don't work it out, you just who your world, you go on MSNBC, say whatever you want for ver- year. And then nobody cares you eight and go home my world people. Not you just mean in the world of the bullshit, Jenny. Mccarthy says whatever she wants about vaccinations, and then goes to Gigot siriusxm gets a paycheck. You screw up in our world bridge collab- that I think it's unfortunately even worse like I complaining about the homeless thing lately. And I want people held accountable for people dying on the streets share and people are going to die. There's going to be infectious disease, but this summer, and guess what the consequences are going to be for those people and their horrible ideological decision. Nothing. Yeah. Okay. So in their world class. Is too. But they don't know it. They don't feel it. No, no. But that's the that's not you hitting the wall one hundred fifty miles an hour. That's that's big problems. So anyway, but yes, experience of no hang on part of what you are liking is experiential learning, which is wisdom when you see something in in life thousand times, you have a more holistic kind of a impression of it much the way Adam knew to take the car apart. What to do and to get those stable base that wasn't him figuring things out for the first time. It was a sense of what to do given the problems all behave done a million times before. Right is important. So with that being said my, and I do, you know, my doctors scientists, but I wanted to sit off you. So I'm fifty one and the pink haired a recovered addict alcoholic from San Diego who just thinks for tastic, and Adam you too, and I am going to have my first call off Skippy. And so when I was in there we were talking about it. I said being recovered alcoholic idea of Simpson's about the sedation, and we've talked briefly and she said, it's fine. Don't worry about it instantly falls with fantasizing about it. Understand your disease. Yeah. So we opium addict. I forget, you know, I go I was mainly hall. But I used a lot of opiates, you know. But I yeah. I don't know maybe take what you need the propofol is pretty clean. I've had a number of addicts take it. But you gotta be careful when you wake up that. You're thinking may be off for a week or two you may you may do some of your attic thinking, you may start hiding you may start bullshitting you may start the skating's just kind of get close to your recovering peers or your sponsor if you've got one and just keep reflecting back to them hang around with them. And hasn't keep an eye on you. That's the main risk is that the stinking thinking comes back for a while. Okay. Okay. And that's about I can do. Now. I feel better about it. Because I didn't if there was another way to go. Prepared. Sometimes they can do go light on the opiate. And that'd be good. If they could the profiles fine. Thank you. Thank you, Nicole, drew, and Gary all this at the table, you can look up. But I'm always a main great the news. Because I you know, there's this thing where at no what what it was six weeks ago. Genus gotten her news, you know, Robert Kraft gets caught human trafficking ring, you know. And it's like, yeah. Human trafficking, and I'm like guy got a handy. Rub. And tug, right? Yeah. But that place was deepen the human trafficking. And I'm like. It's that's how involved this. He like this loading up the stake bed trucks with Vietnamese women or she down at the dock polling amount of container ships or what what's his role in this human trafficking operation. Well, I mean, he's funding it essentially because he's going to the massage parlor, and I'm like. Human trafficking, really how much human trafficking like what? What are we really talking about a bunch of middle age Vietnamese women working at this place in Florida like what what really going on? Hey, humid. The problem is not it's not this guy who's a widower and seventy six and wants to get jacked off by Korean chick. It's the human. It's human trafficking part of this whole story. That's the whole thing. And that's the that's the story. That's not the job. You're not for human trafficking. And I'm like forehand job. Yeah. I'm pro Hanjin. But and then I'm kind of like, okay. Well, who am I to say, no human trafficking, or what about human dragging is? I don't know anything about what the fuck do. I know about the strip mall Florida, and how long they've been it's been under surveillance, and blah, blah, blah. But now, there's a magical stories prosecutors say no evidence of sex trafficking, and Robert Kraft case. Okay. So no sex. Trafficking. Wow. That's from today. That's a letter. Pretty big swing from a lot of it two zero in our here's my question was your ever human trafficking or just make it sound that much better. Of course. It's the narrative they won they grow with it. And there may be some lick of evidence. And then they just go with the narrative. No one is being charged tramping, you know, who traffic and blow, but yeah. So high so human trafficking human trafficking human now. And traffic they fall on their sword. And and just apologize on apology air comes Mia cope everybody because there was no human traffic at the part that is really problematic incredible damage the push narrative that gets people upset the essay harm people and their reputation. No, why roll my eyes every time. Gina starts talking about the human trafficking of I'm like. Yeah. Okay. Right. Little that was the big one. It's been that way. For a while. We'll headlines are always bullshit. I've I've learned I know, but it's it's kind of unfair to the guy gets the rub a dog because it just kinda goes down there on psyche is like who human driving case went back, then he was running running those girls. Right. I mean in between Super Bowl trips he's going to Vietnam gathering up kits. Put him in anchorman, bringing them back. Happy to put them in those crates those big shipping crates. Yeah. If find the there's a great tape in another great tape, but it's it's every single time in this in this ilk, feign or whatever. Whenever they do that thing with the Trump where it's like, oh, what about the South Carolina, or whatever it was. He's he's telling he was talking about siding with the white supremacist. There were good people and Bubba if you ever really listen at whole tape. It's pretty cut. He's like, I'm not talking about you. Yeah. It's pretty nuts. And look if you're a journalist, and that's what you've gathered from that. It's time to check in your door and get a job at a pets. Everyone John you're done with this thing called journalism. If that's what you if you took a look at the transcript or listen to the tape and walked away with he said white supremacists. We're good people. You're no longer in the world of journalism. You can call it something. You can't call it journalism. There's no more journalistic part of it CNN's in there. It's there. But it is crazy. I don't know. What should he Google to get the transcript is in general? I think I have it on my phone video more than the transcript for the thought you want to read parts. Okay. Yeah. It is the. Charleston wasn't Charleston Charleston controversy Trump comments Charleston. Conversely, and you just have to find the whole it's a press conference. But anyway, go ahead throw take care of your business. Of course, I help people physically mentally aches and pains, mentally Palu has been trusted by Americans over fifteen years to sport, healthy muscles and joints. They now produce a coupon code made specifically for you. Go to blue dash EMU. Beal you E. Dash EMU dot com today. Use code three drew for three dollars off. It's a three dollar off coupon. He simply go to blue dash dot com. Ed your desired products to your car than you apply. The code again that code three drew blue EMU is large portfolio products. All American made of high quality, the deep penetrating popula of blue EMU original for soothing tired muscles and joints maximum arthritis. 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So that makes him well that makes him insane. Like what you're saying? Is he's a white supremacist. But what I'm saying is he's insane. Because he said there's good Nazis, and there's good and tika, right? Which seems like a weird statement to make. And according to you, your search is he saying those good, Nazis, but you said on you keep repeating on both sides. So that means that's absolutely true. So that's the first part. That's like, yeah. It doesn't make sense. And by the way, if you're trying to parse this out as a journalist. And you forget about the both sides. Then that's a weird one. It was a weird journalists delusional, right? It's sort of a weird disturbance. You're not thinking. You should be thinking. What was said there? What was what did he mean by that? You'd be you'd be like, I guess you shit. Jeff thirty four Victor, Idaho. Yeah. Dr g thank you guys so much going on my call. Got a question for both of you of listed this the show. Religiously for a little since you guys under started podcast Landa before love line. But one thing I haven't heard you guys talk about too much is concussion concussion treatment. Obviously you guys both their proponents football pretend athlete. I guess you could say myself, but I've struggled with the what you call post concussive syndrome opener the symptoms of a of a mild traumatic brain injury for over ten years. Now, what happened I up hit myself in the face with my knee wasn't knocked out. Right. You know, if you if I look at my I'd probably have had or have had. Had a history of concussions leading up to that point. Obviously, we know little more now, and you're later than we did then, and I've I've dealt with a range of symptoms from, you know, cognitive focus type stuff to emotional stuff. Physical stuff like dizziness and blurred vision. I'd say one of the more easy ways to relate what it feels like is a lot like a hangover where you didn't greens. Anything? I've got under some people take a lot of head trauma and seem to deal with it. And some people don't well, what is that? We don't know. I it's it's not even that they do a lot of head trauma. Sometimes just a certain whack on the head has huge effects. All of a sudden some of it is age I've noticed early adolescence when people get concussions yellow lot symptoms. But it's just the right thing at the right time. All right. So let's tell Jeff what what you know. Well, I'm just looking at the kinds of things that are out here for treatment. And you know, when you when you search around people off ago as I know treatment for this. But there's a lot of sort of research centers are doing ocular motor training and vicinity therapies and exertion cognitive behavioral therapies their center that are doing things how much they work hard to say. Well, could we can we say this can we say that? Rehab to the extent of you know, always diet always exercise of supplements or whatever like all that good stuff. And then could we say crossword puzzles or memorization rains retake cards, and you try to match them with the other cards, you know, like like working literal, physical rehab of the brain. Yes. Yes. Well, couldn't wait. I'm reading I'm reading list of the top five evidence based treatments, and of course, physical therapy if your neck and that kind of thing it's they're saying nutrition. Let's see what nutrition they're talking about here. Avoid pro inflammatory foods that sort of thing. So void things that raise your insulin level, maybe watch your carbohydrate intake, this stimulant visual rehab, which is again, sort of if you have a lot of prominent dizziness that can help that. And then, you know, psych education reassurance and things like memory testing cognitive behavioral therapy to help you deal with the symptoms. So the there and some people actually advocate medication for the anxiety, depression, sleep problems. Stuff to be done. And I've done Brinkley all of that. And and you know, at this point, you know, been on it and move on kind of in my by my booth just because it's it's not a great life is to just continue to focus on it. And kinda let that be my story. But nonetheless, there are plenty of times I go like find a kind of a six year if you will or find a little more health and I wanted to call. What's the most? Really question. You know, the the the one thing the. Fodder need to be most is the physical component. So like, I'm gonna financial analyst. I'll get there. The word vision feeling that is really hard to take you late. And when it hits it's like, it's you know, the way people talk about migraines or something, and it could be perpetual for it can hit day after day after day for for weeks end, and this kind of side a little bit. I can't really find any management around it. So when you have ADT, you'll have other symptoms, like, anxiety, or panic absolute. I definitely approach the ninety United sta-. That's netflix. So I I am receiving treatment for that. And I'm not sure if medication on that side of things is maybe not working as well. As as it. Once did I would say, really creek. I would look at that. As a possibility. I agree. Yeah. All right. I I listen man sounds very frustrating. And I get those kinds of uncomfortable neurological symptoms. I get especially being financial analyst got to be on your game. You know, I I think I. I don't know if this good advice or not, but people with cry depression, sometimes they sort of lead into their symptoms a little bit can help them. In other words, like there it is. There was that thing again lean into it. Don't get panic about it don't feel helpless about it. Just kind of go there. It is. And I'm gonna push through this lean lean into it and deal with it today. Right. You like that kind of thing. Right. 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757: GPEC Event - Todd Davis, Founder of LifeLock

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

25:24 min | 2 years ago

757: GPEC Event - Todd Davis, Founder of LifeLock

"Welcome to the tank bloke writer podcast, your guy to future, Tech, Trends and innovation in a language. You understand now. Over to your host Neal Hughes. Welcome back to another episode of the tech law. Grow a podcast. Now this week. We're going to be reporting live from sunny Arizona in between podcast. I'm hoping to grab a little bit of vitamin d after escaping the cold bridge weather, just a few days, not one of the reasons our record the daily tech podcast. And also take you on the road is to try and inspire listeners in over one hundred sixty five countries where people listen to the show because I think very often that the tech media will tell you all about I was inflated exit numbers and leave you thinking all I need is one idea and exit quickly, but that is a long way from the truth and equally it's misleading school of thought that will leave many people on their own startup journey to feel out there failing. And today, I want to tackle that subject. Head on for example. Todd Davis is the founder of lifelock. An a quick Google search about him and his journey with lifelock. We'll tell you that Symantec famously acquired lifelock for over two point three billion dollars a few years ago, an equally Wikipedia will tell you that taught won the Ernest and young entrepreneur of the year for top emerging company for Orange County and desert cities in two thousand nine and he was also awarded the CRM's magazine service elite ward, the Arizona business leadership associations leadership award and the Arabs ONA business journal twenty-five most admired CEOs in two thousand nine book. None of these. We'll tell you how he faced death sat on the Cliff's edge. Not sure if he's company would exist the following month during the infamous roller coaster journey of startup life. So I caught up with him today to try and learn more about his personal story and hear about the thriving Texan here at Phoenix. And also what businesses setting up camp in the Grand Canyon state. So buckle up and hold on tight. So I. Beam your ears all the way to Phoenix Arizona. So you can join me chime with Tony Davis in a coffee shop in Phoenix. There might be a little bit of traffic noise that you just have to the ambiance and essentially have a listened to two guys grabbing a coffee together. So I was thanks for joining me today. Towed in Sunni, Arizona, the Pekka van but for listeners tuning in from all over the world. Okay. Tell me a little bit about who you are. And what you do. Sure. So I am lucky enough to have been the founder and CEO of a company called lifelock. Which we started here in the states and initially was only available in the states. But we came the fastest growing identity theft protection company in the world. We grew over twelve years, we grew to almost seven hundred million top line revenue about five million subscribers in the US, and we've gone public and then later were acquired by company called Symantec that does Norton antivirus. And so we had a really couple of great exits. But more importantly, the legacy. I'm proud of is that we really were the first ones at the forefront of defining this new industry of identity theft, protection and specialness age of data breaches and more day. Being out there that we really empowered and summers to take control of their own destiny. Protect themselves, but have their back if something went wrong. And so I'm most proud of that legacy that we were able to define this new industry and do it at such a such a high standard and testing. Now, you have a very rich history of working in the tech industry with several textile ops and also you'll tell him dovecotes. But what is it about fate? Knicks is making a halt bagful technology companies right now, especially compared to which is Silicon Valley. Absolutely. So probably a couple things. A couple of dynamics at work together. One of them. Of course is just the sheer competitiveness of our states. So California pretty big tax burden high cost of living. You know, the competition from the tech companies part of the times just out vetting each other. You know, what are the amenities in those kinds of things versus an Arizona has the ability to come track much lower cost of living. But we've seen. This big infusion of that experienced great talent. Our universities have really done a great job of stepping up. Young four. It was a of here's the book harassing with dated your. I'm not getting cutting edge stuff that Silicon Valley was really allowing the younger folks to learn from a coding user interface, creative artwork really see out on horizon. Well, that's all changed him. And so we're really able to attract a high level of talent. I will say there's a often we did it with lifelock. I see it with several companies on vested now kind of a symbiotic relationship. We may have a few key elements of talent that we will still look for in Silicon Valley have a base of operation there. But instead of paying a fifty percent premium on overhead and salaries, etc. Where they have stole lower living in a standard of living because of the cost we're able to just place out talent that the. Little bit of talent. We might be able to find in a Phoenix. But now because we've got critical mass of tech companies now we've had enough success stories like a lifelock like a or I ram it or so many others now that have come out their web MD, great technology companies that had very successful exits with them. It really allows us to attract that same come talent that standard living in. I will also have the the school systems have dramatically improved. Arizona's been very open to charter public schools. So not the expensive private school. They deemed public schools, but they're charter which allows you to really be selected what what kind of education. Do you want for your children, and we have some of the highest rated charter schools in the nation here in Arizona. So that makes it even more attractive for people to come. And that's one of the things probably our international list is fully understand that let me say excuse competitiveness, isn't it between the states, then it's not just US as warm. It's. Yeah. While we're all proud to be American, right? We're incredibly competitive in we want our state, even to some of our cities will compete to who can attract the best talent have the standard of living. You know, have a lower tax base. So we're not a burden on the families, but can give a high standard of living. You know, make sure the infrastructure's there things like charter schools. So those are the kind of benefits instead of just being a cafeteria on site, that's free food or massage therapist right cleaner at the office. That's great for a company. We will do it as fate. We'll Louis cities. How do we find the best charter schools? How do we make sure the tax base? How do we give you some great options on in living, you know, per square foot? What that looks like what kind of home you can have for your family. It'll be very competitive and you have to have everybody aligned, right? You have we have our legislators our governor. And our legislators have done a great job of San. Arizona's opened for business. We're gonna make business friendly to come here to the state of Arizona, and we sometimes might even critically California. How cumbersome? Regulatory tax. We might point that out every once in a while to attract other companies. Why? Now, you did mention a few moments ago that Symantec famously acquired lock over two point three billion a few years ago. So what would it biggest lessons that you learned from entire Ginny? Oh, wow. So many great ones. Most importantly, probably the culture matters so much more than people can understand in the success of a company seeing have a great idea. And there's been tons of great ideas as companies never got off the ground because they didn't have culture that starts leadership for sure, but it really diffuses through the entire organization because you'll always have the challenges that come with it. You know, I got to be one of the few people who was a founder venture capital backed company public. Somehow still remain see of a publicly traded company even through good times bad and then the acquisition by Symantec. So it was really a staying focused on what our four value was actually pretty simple knew what you should not. Which can if it sounds elegantly simple much harder temperament on a daily basis and hold people accountable to it. But by doing that staying on mission weaker was withstand. I mean, people have no idea you can look at it now and talk about two point three billion dollar acquisition. And it looks like well that was easy. And he saw me you filled it you had a big exit. I faced death. I stunt on the Cliff's edge. Five six times that I was not sure we would exist. The next month. And so it was the culture. It was the dedication that allowed us to survive that and that's the story that we get to have it. We'll hear about success axes, but not the ten year overnight success to well. That's just their right? Everybody looked at that was so obvious. Of course, she went after identity theft protection. It was the number one consumer complaint America or you got consumers. Okay. Well, of course, no one knew that was a problem you had to what we would call evangelize and educate you that not only what's the real problem. But what's the solution? You should take steps dividing though. You've never heard of us. And of course, here in the states is a big deal. I had to ask you are you worried about identity theft. Well, you've never heard of me. But if you'll give me your name address credit card, number birthdate and social security number which course here in the states were you told never give out your social security number. I need all that to protect you. So if you'll just give that to me that was not an easy ask into to get millions and millions of people. The trust us took a billion dollars in marketing over those twelve years to build the Bryant. That's not an easy undertaking. So looks easy after you don't know about the times, we almost yourselves to death while the times, my competitor. We're trying to kill me. Not literally but figuratively in the business where we had legal fees in the tens of millions or startup company one year just to survive, but when you're focused, I call them, decisive points when your folks on those decisive points that is what we kind of pride ourselves in calling the great American story, right? This is the option to started from nothing checking in made over one hundred millionaires when we went public. I mean, it's something I'm extremely product tested. So as a traveled five thousand miles to attend the J Pekka, then I'm fascinated by violating the region is not home to three hundred tech companies real strong vibe over here is undergoing this huge hi-tech, Mike. So why is it that you love about Phoenix from a personal level and also from someone right at the heart of the tech industry. Yes. So I do think you really seen a cultural shift. So we really were known before Amazon a-, and we got all of our seas about, you know, cattle farming cotton. Copper you know, we were real estate. Investors would come here and buy real estate just from an investment standpoint. And so and some level tourism, right? Certainly, it's great weather. I won't make invite feel bad who has to listen to the fact that you had to come to this Ruutel. Brutal conditions to meet me. But we had all that. But we didn't have that same Nukus. We didn't have that identity as company like a Silicon Valley did, but it was those successes, and then we all kind of unified. So I know a lot of the people you'll be talking to this week. We are truly a community were proud of what we built we get together. And talk about what the horizon of technology looks like and how we can work together. What's needed? The universities have done a great job all them. You know Grand Canyon yields which university of Arizona. Arizona State University. They've all done a great job of listening to the tech community saying that we're missing the skills you need to build programs that deliver us higher -able graduates immediately and done a fantastic job of building those programs and interacting with the private sector. Yeah. That to the idea that we really did get a business friendly. You know, change certainly in governor and our governor. So you quick side story that just made me extremely proud. When governor Ducey was first coming into office. He was going around meeting everyone to what your job what you're all. You run this -partment you run this department, and we're about to have the Super Bowl, which courses the big football vent. Yeah. That's coming up. We'll we going to have it here in Arizona, and he was going around and talking to different people. And there was someone who ran weights and measures the -partment, and he said, so, you know, tell me what your job is. How do you measure success? He's a good business oriented guy and the person who was running the department said, well, I've got a whole sting operation set up for Uber and lift when the Super Bowl comes. And so we're really going to drop the hammer on Uber. And lift governor Ducey said interesting walks out goes to his well, someone remind me what's my thority with this person. Is they work of the pleasure of the governor. Okay. Your fire. Why why would we want to sting? Culturally changing, we should embrace these technologies and by doing that he's attracted them to come do some of their development here have some of their training centers do work here. Well, that's exactly what we're looking for. We want to know that there's going to be someone who's trying to get in the way stop innovation. Stop change. We want someone who's gonna Bryce it work with us. So that's a great just microcosmic example of how that culture is changing. Why you now see three hundred tech and growing companies some which we set really resonates with me because old Thomas. Vehicles. For example. This is a big hall of it here. Isn't it the very hard? Now, it helps that we also have an AVI very grid. Light flat grid light. You know mean there's mountains around you. But so for them to do the mapping. We did have a tragedy here. Also, we had one the accidents that unfortunately, someone lost their their life of my circles or someone crossing the street with a bicycle that being said, you know, we're losing a lot more people every day on our cars, we drive ourselves. And so, you know, everyone took a pause it took a step the government others to say, let's make sure that we're really doing. This development is technology about not taking unnecessary risk. But really still embrace the fact that you know, it's not going to be easy. It's not always going to be pretty I I certainly don't want to make light of someone who lost a family member this way. It's extremely tragic. But again, we're losing family members every day by doing it the way we've been doing it. I certainly would love. I'm telling my parents now, it will be very soon. You will no longer be Bryant. On. I was chatting with the guys at ways a few months ago. And I got very similar viewpoint. And they said that can actually say in ten years from now people will question why we ever let people drive victims of accidents. That goals seem silly. And you see, and I love it. So you see total changes look at the the industries that are gonna change because of it. How the automotive industry the insurance wrecks are going to go down. So now, you're seeing all the people who are primarily in the car insurance business, knowing we have to change our business model because we can't charge the same premiums because the risk just went down dramatically. Can you imagine? How many people were still going to get freedom to that? Can't get out drive today. There were going to say, okay, we'll make it available to you again. I mean, just I love how technology that's why I've done some technology startups. I love seeing technology change lives for the better. So I always tried to research on all my guess, googling Utah on live you go simulate you look to show. Off doing entertaining in the basement, which is just a few feet from your own personal boats. So I've got to go there and ask you is this something that you'll still proud of and wondered if you could tell me a little bit about if it is sure. So. Sure. So I'm a guy who jokingly tell the story but had nothing fifteen years ago, literally nothing, and so to be able to go from scratch with an idea that was brilliant co-founder who started with me, but for me to be able to be CEO from day one into go through this journey, and then, you know, be able to have the financial success that goes with it. I was able to build truly what you you would lay their dream about. And what's on really good that June and July? It's not as much fun to play golf here. It's kind of warm, so if I'm going to be here, I can do it in the comfort of my seventy degree basement and walk over to my bar between swings have a cocktail. So this is the drink country right for an Arizona guy. And and the rest of the the other nine months of the year when you can really get out and have fun. I'll do it on the golf course. But my game doesn't get to rusty because of it. I was able to build my truly measuring house. If we have someone listening to this conversation. Anyway in the world is inspired by your story. What's the best advice? You pass on him at the beginning or any stage of their own personal textile. Probably the thing I try to share most that I wish someone had probably enlighten me as I started my journey. There are probably three things most specifically I please be able to say what is makes you decisively better than anyone that's out there in whatever your solution. Whatever you're bringing from your business. But if that value prop concisely able to articulate what makes you dramatically different almost your unfair competitive advantage. If you decide what we better customer service, or we can do it a little cheaper. You do not have a sustainable business while so really be true to yourself. What is my competitive advantage that can build on men are to you're going to get people who are gonna come. And the first people you're going to be able to hire or your friends and families and loved ones that will believe in your vision in your. Name be ready. You're gonna rope part of them and your responsibility as a leader is to make some tough decisions. And it's find that balance point loyalty and your role as a leader of the company. I didn't always do it. Well. Sometime site to on. But I've also fired best friends and cousins, and I guess it would be now. My ex wife, I'm sure that contributed to the reason she's my ex wife 'cause like her when she was still my wife. But you had to make hard decisions. Right. And and you owe it to buy new relation be to do that. But finally most importantly define what I refer to as decisive want. So the whole lot of goals, you have what you want to look like five years from now, you know, what you want sales to look like in revenue expenses us kind of angst. Those are all good goals. You can miss though, slightly a decisive point probably only two or three in any given twelve month period that half to happen for you to be successful that if you aren't if you do not accomplish them they can have catastrophic events to your future success. So be again, rudely honest with yourself about what are those decisive points? Never miss a decisive point you may miss revenue. In fact, you're going to miss revenue every once in a while. Right. You're going to have expenses. They hire them winter once in a while you're gonna get into a bad partnership every once in a while you can survive all of those the fine decisive. Points as what has to happen. And then every single day is a leader. You've got to make some movement toward that goal. You have to even if it's inches. Make sure you making some level of movement to that decisive point and your probability of success and survival those up dramatically if you can't keep that laser focus. Don't get mired in the weeds of what the lease agreement now for your space. Let's like it a dollar per square foot is not if that's the difference. Whether you're company made or not something went terribly wrong. So what's next few taught his anything else you can show today about you'll plans for twenty nineteen. And of course, beyond sure. So you know, I never I can say definitively of the site never say never never take an operating role again for day today. Because I know what the sacrifice means to be successful in my loving family. Put up with a lot of gone trying to build a company. And so I love the challenge of trying to be a great husband a great father, by the way, being a great. And father is much different than being a really good one. When you can be one those are very different roles. Take a lot takes a lot of energy to be a great other and husband. So that's really now I want to leave sides of business. I certainly invested in. Typically technology startups, I more most motivated to invest in people. So people I know people I believe in who have, you know, high character who I can trust to be high probability of successful. And then I try to get back to the community. So I said on several charity morgues Merrill near logical teach for America some called conquer process now so rock and trying to get back from the community takes our experiences and some of our financial fortunate we've been able to build in and give back and try to, you know, pay back. I'm extremely blessed. I don't deserve the great life. I have. But I'm not giving it back. Saw this try to be nice and thankful for it with a huge. Thanks for joining me tonight before I let you go. You just reminded listeners of way, the confined you online or what maybe even come to reveal. Any questions about how conversation and great were having him and famous. Sure. So it's pretty easy. My emails just lifelock CEO at g mail. Lifelock. Is let me keep that one was for nice if the physician so lifelock CO g mail, they can pigmy and there's something they want to catch up on. There's not really much of a team anymore unless you do my wife, my boss or my Oriole daughter. She's my chairman of the board. My wife's my boss, that's pretty much the team these days. I think you've extremes success you've been on an inspirational journey, but it's not about that success for me. Like, you said a few moments ago fifteen years ago, you had nothing on it's not journey at. Now, you grateful for everything either J, protect my face Lee. So a big thank you for joining me. I appreciate it. Thanks so much. I hope Sharon some the story Spier someone to take that chance. It was well worth it. That was nothing more rewarding. An inspirational journey told his bane on and look how he pointed out that fifteen years ago actually had nothing. I'm so glad he took the time to common Speight with me while I'm in Phoenix. Also frees honesty on that ten year overnight success journey. A no matter where you're listening to me in the world, if you're on your own personal textile took journey no matter what stage up. No for you to let me know about your thoughts your takeaways were on today's conversation and indeed hear more about your personal stop journey. And if you're not even on it just to now, if today's conversation to slit, the spark that was waving and as always you can do that. By emailing me tech, blog writer, outlook dot com. You can get me on Twitter at Nailsea Hughes unavo- saw upon Instagram recently with with the same username, Neil c Hughes. Now, I have seen a number of autonomous self driving cars while I've been here in Phoenix. And it's easy to see why such a hotbed for testing with these incredibly. Long roads. And remember if you're in town, and you wanna grab a coffee or a cold beer feel free to give me a shout. However, I'm afraid that's it. For today's episode. I'm going to try and find so more. Great tech stories. I can share with you while I'm over here. So come and join me again tomorrow, we'll do oriented until next tone. Dr based Ryan. Thanks for listening to take ROY support cost until next time. Remember technology is best when it brings people together.

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Episode 86 You Are Wonderful. There Is Greatness Inside Of You.

Champions 4 Life by JDC

17:50 min | 6 months ago

Episode 86 You Are Wonderful. There Is Greatness Inside Of You.

"Some people don't understand the concept of daily. It is possible because some people don't understand winning as it daily alphabet until now here champions for life podcast. We give you ways to understand how to reverse. You're thinking about winning that. Yes you can and that it possible to experience daily winning in small powerful waves you will begin to change your life and become the champion for life. You have envisioned for yourself. Hi i'm janna. You'll be listening to d. c. My husband a father of six martial artist entrepreneur a servant of jesus christ and a tough love kind of guy who will share with you experience wisdom ways you can overcome any challenge in your life. Get ready to be inspired encouraged and motivated to take decisive action. Good afternoon good afternoon. How are you today. This j. d. c. your host in shopping's for life. I am so excited today. Help having amazing day. And i'm always looking to bring you inspiration information ways and strategies that you can have amazing live how the right out into the right thinking where you can also get physically fit and learned to eat the proper foods that are conducive for you to have an amazing life. We also have the couples in love. Which is marriage relationship the traditional way. So today i wanna share with you a couple of things about you know. Believe even when everything around you looks like a failure. I wanna say that one. 'cause i really like that right. Believe when everything around you looks like a failure you know. Sometimes we are so focused on what we see in the natural that we failed to see what spiritually you should be. Seeing right the opportunity the times we're living in what god is doing in our lives and basically who are you going to trust your circumstances or the creator of your life the one who created the one that made you in his image and his likeness the one that has good planned for your life the one that is always thinking bout you that is mindful about that looks at you and says you are wonderful there is greatness inside of you as i want to focus this talk today in that manner you know. Sometimes we go through life and things don't work out where we black idea about things we wanna do. We create goals. We create plans or future or life. Lifelock businesses right for a health and everything like that and sometimes just doesn't work out like that and so within that we're allowed to think that no-one cares and all these things but no matter what a one year to know god does care. And so you know i can put my trust in strategies. All of these are good things. I'm talking about your belief. Who are you going to believe your circumstances or your creating. The wanda created you with a purpose that created with a powerful intact for you to those specific things. You're gonna fill your destiny as so even when things are not looking great for you. You need to believe because everything will work out well for you all right and that's a promise so you want to do several things here right number one. You want to believe. In the promises of god you want to declare glare the promises of god. You want to stand on those promises because those are solid drops. He will never leave you nor forsake. You saw that on. My list is starting. I am excited to share with you. This powerful topic. That is really close to my heart. I've lived my life for the last other. No since two thousand six really trusting in god really put in my dressing head and understanding that his ways are higher by ways. I know that. Now i do want to make a point here that i was a little bit confusing for me in the beginning. I didn't really understand what. Or how argue then supposed to get learn with things all that. Yes all knowledge comes from god so yes you ought to learn you are to grip yourself. You are to train yourself you to develop your skillset you are to network with people learn from people but ultimately you have to go back and see the lines up with what god has for you and how do you do that. Well you get into word you need to like be borrowed the word of god because you can't believe in somebody that you don't know right you can believe in god if you don't oh god you say what. Are you really going to believe what these get tough. And they will when these get tough. You didn't do know who is the rock of your life that you can stand on solid ground and be a movable to what's happening around you into the things that are going on around you which tell a lie they don't really tell you the truth right so for one. Be very clear that no matter what goes on around you there is a purpose in your life that you must fulfill you cannot get distracted by what goes on around in your life or what other people are saying about. What's going on around in your life. You need to go to the one that wrote about you right you to go the word of god and be so that you can know here from god right that which he's wanting to speak to you about your life personally you a one on one relationship where you can get insight and revelation about your life through his work now. That is powerful while you need to practice being in the presence of god. This has to be a daily habit. This has to be something that you get thirsty and holler or and you want to do on a daily basis. Even when you don't feel like doing go ahead and do it because is powerful. These are the things that you need. Because out of the fullness of your heart your mouths fees so therefore you wanna fill yourself with the word of god so that when the trouble sometimes come you don't have to believe in his You don't have to believe in assists though you don't have to believe in any of on on the word of god the one at his solid ground so that's number one number two you want to internalise scriptures right that when you get revelation from it you want to write it on you want a journal like you know i'll journalists all over here like you don't journal generally like tunnel. I'm always writing. Where the digitally on paper. I really love writing a paper but you want to write. What god is telling you about your life because no one knows you better got himself. You have a mentor coach. You know a friend would. They're all good like i said you do. Need those things right however you need to go to the one that knows you best the one that also even better than yourself not is god right and so when you go and you practice being in his presence you want to write. We'll tell them about you about everything that pertains to you and if you're married a by your family if you're apparent about parenting your children if it's about business what you need to make decisions then. That is what you're going to write about personal back because they're going to speak to you personally about those days right. He's going to speak to you about that matters to you at any given them and again regardless of what's going on around it doesn't matter what's going on around you believe. Believe so the third thing you want to do. Is you want to take this things that you're hearing in forgotten that you wrote and then conceptualize them create an action plan. How you're going to apply this to your life because riding is good. But if you don't do anything about it is just good information that's written down. The no action was taken from it. You wanna take the action you want to take thefts and tracking. How is improving your life and his beautiful because let me share a story with you real quick right in this pandemic. We all shifted here. A lot of people shifted a lot of people went out of business a lot of people when you lost your ankle and i heard for those people. I really do right. I really really do okay. So in those times we had to shift. We have to figure it out. Real quick what to do and as sought counsel right by my spiritual father i sought counsel. Is you need the practical gazal. And you need a spiritual gazal echo from right and then you need to get the word and do the things that i share with you and when i was certain of what i needed to do i went ahead. Embiid is always a his perfect time. So don't beat yourself up if they don't work you because it you stayed close to stay on his planet in his ways. Don't worry you're promised success. You're not promised failure. You are promised success. Oh believe right so what we did. Is we shift the right away. We went ally and we started to build our line presidents who started to build our system on our pro well and digitalized on all that and we continue to get better and better in what a blessing has been that. We're able to do what we do. And that we created another business right and now we're blessed people and helping people different areas. That i'm thoroughly passionate about. Why because no matter what happens around you. You allow fear to rule your life. You're not living kingdom. Because the kingdom you are ruled by the kingdom of god which is joy and righteousness right. And when you live life like that fear disappears and you are operating the joy of the lord so no matter what you know someone Today i wanna curse you that you know if you lost your home your job your income your finances. Whatever you lost even health right. I believe that. God can restore everything back to you. I believe it. I totally believe that god can and i would stand on those promises that he made and i would thoroughly thoroughly b believing with every thing inside of being dot work so wanted to believe. I want to do that even though it looks like your circumstances are horrible by any definition. I also wanna tell you ghar issue that it could be restore a gate got is in the business of restoration restoring a redeeming your life. So all you gotta do is do these things that i've shared with you consistently ryan. They day out and the more you grow be calm the word riot become right. The word is embodied in usa starts to grow in useful. How can you fail see. I don't believe that you can fail when you have that. Because india making failure he made me in a way that is what wonderful right. And so it's a little bit philosophical. Probably for you all that. But was the bus deal tournament right to believe in the problem or do believe that everything will work out well and everything will be well for you and your family and everything that pertains to you. So don't despair stay. Strong stay focused. You get get to it and do these things that i'm sharing with you. Imagine the last thing you want to them to start taking action based on the steps. I just gave you right then. You want to try them. I said that you need to try so that you can see how working for you and how you can make shift changes right and then of course if you can get him a thorough coach right but you know you can do it. You can't get right back up. Dusted off bend up again. A do it because you'll be better. You know one of the things. I've learned in my walk is that whatever had vision. One way you know. God doesn't show you the whole thing he gives you step by you. Picture small glimpses right and as we move closer more because maybe if you get it all you don't need you know maybe you get it all you like okay. I don't understand right. But i love that. God gives me glimpses of my future. Another that i need to do and then i move forward. I go up. He worked and then you didn't want a dozen is just shifting. Just just trusting his ways because he's ways better hours by when you do these things you have peace in you. You'll have peace in you when you say well. I haven't been able to find a job. I've been jobless for six months now. Well keep looking keep reinventing redefining himself. Six months went by goeller. Something alive did courses online courses for thirty dollars. Fifty dollars even free ones out there. You start to get excited. You start to be inspired to action in god is going to show you okay now. This i started playing years and you create by that right. You're able to do that. One last thing i want us here. Is that no matter. What how bad your circumstances do not let yourself become non giving be a giver. Open yourself to give give everywhere you can give if you can't give financially you. Can't i guess. I understand but do best to find it. Give on your time give of your knowledge. Give off your love. Give of your braces to other people. Find ways that you can help inspire others because it'll hints by. It'll inspire you do right. I guess the reason why it's better to give the receive it because when you give fulfills you in those ways but also gives a flow going that you continue to give a sudden you got more now. Don't do it for that. Doing for the reason that i'm sharing with you. Which is really good to give you change other people's lives. You know for a long time. I was even doing this podcasts. And videos and slide talks if nobody really cares but soon enough. I stayed consistent. I started to get messages from people and calls and just people being inspired by sharing. And then when i will see a lot of sale you know you do your podcast you your video you live you know. Keep doing it i watch. I'm i'm loving what you're saying you know. They're not get messages. You know my husband my wife. They need to hear what you're saying I need my kids to learn what you're doing and you know suddenly you become while it's important that you give right is barley new off your knowledge because there's always something you can get right. There's always something you can get and by the way you do are better than you can imagine and you have something. Somebody else needs to complete so go ahead on do that. I'll this was helpful. This has been winning wednesday. Believe even if everything around your looks like a failure powerful powerful what a way to live right so encourage you with that hope. This was great join. Fearless warriors live to win two group on facebook. What we talking about. We don't about fitness nutrition. And the empower. Mind right all these things that i'm sharing with you and we have a fearless warriors pro run school fearlessly fit challenge and we all these things. We got people there that are like read change transforming their lives. Why because it all stars in the mind and the body fouls right or you start to dig action you mongol. I loved this. Let's do this and you change your life so call to see you one of those. I hope to meet you one day. Shake your hand. give a hub. Committed to your success is j. d. c. And hope you like your comment sheridan. You'd think it was helpful and dummy. How much you like it'll mixed. I thought later have an amazing an amazing date.

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#1047 Uncle Roy

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

#1047 Uncle Roy

"Thanks for listening to the atom and Dr drew show on podcast one. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's employee of the month two months in a row. Leave a message at the. Hi, jamie. It's me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool. So when it's like tell us what you want to pay. Hey, and the trombone goes Wah, and you say we'll help you find coverage options to fit your budget. Then we just all do finger snaps while choir goes, savings coming at ya. Savings coming at you. Yes. No. Maybe. Anyway, see you practice tonight. I got new lyrics for the rap break. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Price and coverage match limited by state law. Recorded live at Corolla one studios with Adam Corolla and board certified physician and addiction medicine specialist. Dr drew Pinski. You're listening to the Adam. And Dr drew show get it on got the. Mighty python with the king that would sing weird songs by everytime. Many times when you do the intro reminds that guy e- bug a young. I remember I remember on the money python? One where the guy sung. Yeah. He was the king was with playing the Oregon. No, no, no. I'm saying the one where he wanted to sing as what I'm saying. Oh. Maybe maybe I don't know if that wanted to break out in song and then his dad kingwood like interrupt. No singing here. Do you? Remember that one kind of? I think that's the one I recall anyway, I want to thank for this show total restore one dot com and lifelock dot com promo code, Adam and truecar truecar dot com. It's from the record. This is this is from holy grant. Yeah. Yeah. And maybe they kind of adapted it or maybe they took some it was some of the same stuff going on. Now. I was never money. Python fan really felt weird to me. We was word. Right. And so as a ten year old that just felt kind of unfunny and weird. Did you how about the movies those doing before I it took a while for me to kind of catch on it? Also had a kind of a dungeons and dragons kind of comedy field to me felt sort of weird. Nerdy renner's, you know, whatever British. But and it was weird. I liked Benny hill. But that was like Bubis in your face. You know, and I like I really appreciated shows like when I was a kid like get smart thought that was a funny show when I was when I was young. But Monty python owes felt a little weird like that the the. The art in between, you know, the art felt weird. Everything felt sort of weird. I felt felt the same thing. I should stop saying field. Would you call me thinking about was that get smart at that period of time went down, you know, same category Gilligan's island now peep Howard dare people thought of it that way. That's what I'm saying. Not dare year re with you. Now. Get smart was Mel Brooks. I know you do not know. Yes. I didn't know that it was not Gilligan's island. The people screwed up the way they consume television back, then they were horrible at discerning, the think of the shit zoom. Get smart was funny. I agree with you one hundred percent. So where's the Gilligan's island? I that that it was as popular. Let's put it that way. Other dogs are popular as sushi. But it doesn't mean that's good. I am. I am in no way, implying good in no way. That's my point. It's vastly superior. And the I don't think it was appreciated by the general public at the time. That's all I'm saying. Yeah. I mean, I don't know why you're saying that. But I mean, I'm with you as a weird point to make. I'm just saying it was a funny show that I thought was funny. I'm not I'm not trying to gauge audience as interest in it or not. I mean in a weird way. I mean, Mike Myers, you know, characters were sort of spin off of that Dr evil and chaos, and you know, sort of. Yeah. Yeah. Chaos. Was was funny control was his his thing. It had a lot of Cornish Malti kind of Jewish jokes and stuff in it. But they would get some stuff that was pretty. Pretty funny. Barbara what was the name of the ninety nine Feldman? Yeah. Yes. Yeah. They do these. They do a lot of Cornish multi jokes. I guess it was pretty Mel Brooks. Who else worked on get smart while the name that the first name that I really enjoyed was these co-creator buck Henry buck Kendra as a great name. Yeah. Do you know, I don't think so I don't need to know Buckeye NRI. A he was a he was very active around that time. And but he's a and then he became a regular guest on the first. Yeah. Best director of having can wait and Bessette Apted screenplay for the graduate. I I suppose I should have done that you could have known cannery. But. Well, buck Henry comically like, you know, we always kind of talk about the things you couldn't do today. Yeah. The member his SNL skit, I remember he was on a lot. Which one well buck Henry who? Buck Henry who? I don't know if he's still alive. He is eight years old as a guy would call a humorist. Yes. He writers arise. Is no we made x million performances ASA now. Yeah. Well, but you don't hear my whole humor. Sure. Don't go. He's a writer. He was a writer. No he was on on camera line. Maybe I don't understand what it humorous has maybe should define that for me. Oh, well, humorous is a writer. What does he do? Saying if you say he was a writer, then we know what he looks like we all know what he looks like he didn't many many appearances he wrote, and he didn't many appearances on on SNL. What do you think the definition of a humor? I was making the case is he was I'm writings much like Seth. Seth Meyers was the head writer appeared all the time on the show. Buck Henry was that kind of carry guy on SNL. He was a guy you looked at. He's not really funny, but he's a writer and really new comedy. But he was on a lot in spite of being no from finishing as they have writers. And we don't know what any of them. Look like, right. So let's not call them right stuff Myers. And the Senator Frankel all the writers Franken Franken. Yeah. But I wouldn't call them writers. I wouldn't call them humor. Okay. That's where I got confused or confused. You're just are he'll always still he's a huge. Generous, Al Franken would be humorous to like eight as little acting does some writing doesn't performing but more the advanced level in a weird way. Is Steve Martin sort of humorous, he writes, he tell stories does some San if he plays the Banja. He's like not really Kevin Hart. Stand up comedic, actor whatever. Whatever he is this thing right now. And I'm saying, yes. So buck Henry was a humorous, humor me drift got humorous and who wrote his and he did a bit on SNL. And if you wanna talk about, you know, metoo or all the stuff you want to go back and pick apart the man show or some of these other bits, our yearbook pictures are his most famous bit was pervert. True. You can't tell me you watch SNL you saw. Buck Henry all time. And you don't know the bit Ramos. I don't even remember because you put it up. So I can jar my memory. He was always in the writer's room. But it's he's the pervert Gilda Radner is like the nine year old. He's going to babysit for and you guys prepare to have your minds blown if this stuff, in fact is even on the internet, right? Could be scrubbed the stuff he was doing. There was a joke. A seventies jokes like this. This guy's. This guy's an old pervert funny now, he's a flasher raincoat. Oh, he's Chester the molester. Yeah. I mean, it was humor jokes about molesting a lot. Yeah. Yeah. While you're lying. There's only in the in the pantheon of SNL skits. There's only one buck Henry skit where he's known for doing repeal NBC website. It says here that I have. Some of the character you're talking about. But it listed as a recurring character on us and L. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. That's. Hey, total. 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This may be the thing for you is to get on the elected free diet, just watch this. Video at total restore one. That's that's just number one total. Restore Kotei AL our ES T R E one dot com. Look at the video there and learn I will let let Gary search around for that video Paul thirty four Tennessee. I guess it's going on. Hey, not much. How are you guys doing doing? Well, sorry on hold for so long. You have a question on nine. I enjoy listening to you guys doing it for twenty years now. So thank you never gets old. Wow. Surprised by how nervous I am. I don't know. I guess my question is I'm I'm in kind of a rut of some thirty four times going by a little too quickly unemployed car blew up guy. Just I can't I have problems asking for help. I don't really know if I do help the situation, but it have any kind of settlements issues. Yes. I do it kind of it's it's sort of those things that I can't figure out how to not do with the. I mean, it's. I'm not following false. What kind of? Do you have? I hate saying it, I I haven't I have a name for it's making not sound so bad, but it's it's opiate pills. Right. Meth. Yeah. Yeah. It kinda just I it keeps the edge off foam. I sounds weird. But I know it does sound weird because it sounds so against like, I get the part. I get the weed. I get the booze. I get the beer by the pool. You know, I get the buzz. I get the whole thing, but I get good cocaine oven better kiss. Bad co Gada at a crack addict, actually, sometimes got me off guys rings bragging about that or anything, but they come down. They don't go up, and this is one of these guys. Well, let's see we can address this meth thing. I you got everything out difficult. If you're gonna you have to go get treatment. Yeah. I'm just I feel like I have a home sixteen where I'm not sure we're home as it's never had that feeling before. Or are you on the streets? No, I'm in mind. My mom's house, she's in North Carolina in Khairpur, mother him. I'm by myself. Right. You need to go. You need to go in patient treatment this methods extremely difficult to get off of you. Now the treatment you need to clear up. Let's go to get it done. This is not going to get better by itself. And it is trust me meth is the one drug that destroys your brain the longer on and more consequences. There will be thirty four Paul. You're young come on. I just I I really I Adam specially I I love you, man. You just I think I'd have my shit more together. You know, listen to you every day everything disease. How could you ship you together you have addiction? You gotta get you. Gotta get off the math, and then we can start implementing our plan. All right. Okay. I'm just frayed to ask or you know, helping on pills insurance, and what can you do drugs? Go to a narcotics anonymous meeting just it's free. They're all around you up online. Go to NA raise your hand San need help. That's all you gotta do. But police do it. And then we can get onto the path. Yeah. All right. Gary any luck? I know which episodes the skits appearin, I'm having very hard time. Finding them. That's very I know very very good with their digital presence. And I'm gonna keep looking a few more minutes. But I'm not having a ton of the dark web good for their. Good about their. They're very on top of their content, and they are very Leticia and making sure don't let wanted around them is allowed to post it. What goes on in the dark web, drew? I don't for him stands you get a special road or never when we were. We were in in Europe. And we started watching all those movies. I had that that's the dark web part of it. Real dark web the human trafficking drug deals. You get stuff like that. But yeah. Missile launchers Gerry's on all the time. Well, go on the dark web and find out. I will venture my best. Well, listen, I do we know what the character was called. I was uncloudy uncle ROY. Yeah. Sorry. Uncle ROY transcript here of the whole one of the kids. I mean, it's helpful. But. That's not helpful to get. Keep down our back Bach. And let me take a stab the ran or would play a nine year old. Oh, ROY is here to baby said. All right. You guys gonna have a good time tonight. And he's like uncle ROY like sit down. Hey, come sit on my lap. And she's like sit on his lap. And he'd be like oh must be so hot. And here those panties on like it was like it was insane. Yes. It was saying it was a comedy sketch about a fifty two year old guy and a nine year old girl, and it was all just sexual innuendo toward the nine year old girl to two breweries laughter, by the way from the audience and not not a hesitation now. Eyebrow raised in in a world where you know, everyone's getting flack for what happened a few years ago on TV. Is this out does them all? And it's funny. Like buck Henry says not a big enough name. And it just kind of who cares. You know? And also, it's kind of a weird thing we do which is like will decide how outrage we are by whether you run for office or whether you get a late night show. You know, getting that we won't be outright. Right. We gotta wait. Go to knock you down from south. Gotta wait for you to get up a little bit knock you down. Right. Ken reason? I up a little bit knock them down. So it looks like it looks like from the official NBC route. We're not going to get there. But I'll keep trying with some channel backchannel guild onion route as long as Matt place. Gilda Radner we can pull this off. No problem. Oh, it's your describing it perfectly. I'm reading along to one of the skits. And it's been raid. I won't mind the transcript of it. I mean, it's it's just it's just nine year old Gilda Radner playing a nine year old. She play little girls me get to my transplant. Well, and it tell you about car stories that you can't put a price on. But true. Car. You can find out what your car is worth. When it's time to sell traded him. He go to truecar your plate number. You get the car. Details to pop up and some questions and you're finished. You get a true cash offer in minutes, which you can take your local truecar certified dealer to cash out or trade him. And if trade in you can use truecar to lock in a price. Learn about a car you want lock in a fair price on a real price. You know, it includes fees and excessively a price that represents a vehicle on truecar certified dealers lot. So when it's time to trade in if that's your mode, you can trade in for new or used after you get that true cash offer again, it's all at truecar new or used and when you're ready for better way to sell or trade in your car. Check out truecar true cash offer not available in all areas. Talk to Todd forty nine Todd. Hey, what's going on big fan? Listen for us. Really? Appreciate all your advice. Thank you. I'm recovering alcoholic, but only as about fourteen days, and my wife is well, I'm pretty committed. I'm in intense outpatient therapy, and I go to meetings every day as a matter of fact that destroyed an hour while on a on a business trip to find a meeting and I'm sitting out not right now. But my question is my wife, and I aren't quite on the same page, even though or both covering. Your heart your into and she's not. She's into two, but she's into way less than I am. I had to go to the hospital and had to go to detox. And and so my question is wondering is our non a good place to start for the two of us. Even though we're both recovering. If you it'd be a good place to go kinda reconnect a little bit to really interesting question. What do you mean reconnect? Well, at least they could share that recovery share the cover. Well, I don't get it. He saying they're not doing the same kind of cover, but he sort of saying he was much worse. But what he's saying is what happens is people start to feel like they're separating going there saying separate ways, I'm getting well, I'm getting recover. She's staying behind. Maybe we can get our codependency together together. She and recovery. Yes. She cheated recovery to at at points. I thought she was worse than I was. But I'm the one that that needed to go to. So e r and all that. Yeah. I just I feel kinda selfish in a way by being more active. No, she she's a mom, and she's got, you know, we've got kids and. Yeah, you go you gotta do what you gotta do. You gotta save your life. You kids need you to do that. Wife's got to take care of her recovery. Go take your yours. You don't like the alanon. It's early to go into alanon because they're both seriously ill with alcoholism. And if she's not ready at she's not ready yet. He will need to go. He'll need to go to Ellen onto deal with that eventually. But in the meantime, he's just got one thing at a time to stay sober, go to meetings, get a sponsor work steps to keep it. Simple. Well, this is the first drew recommending someone not go down on. I've heard you recommend people. Go to Allen on two thousand times everything in its time. I get it. Well, consist. I went to Gamblers Anonymous last night just because it was no other meetings around. So I'm pretty committee. I can tell you're in. I hope you stay that way. Get yourself a sponsor. And just hang out. You know, just you got you got you got you gotta live, man. You got to win. You gotta win. Stay with the winter. And I feel like you're genuinely in right now. And hope you'll stay that way. Thanks tac. Yeah. I mean. I mean, I see. I hear it. I here going. All right. Gary anything or are you guys going to have to just take play your parts? Probably the latter. All right Madam when she'd play Gilda Radner part. Have you ever performed the la- girl characters? I'm I'm watching Gary watching clips pig. Mm. Up tau. He's not he's he he misspoke. He's watching me watch things trying to find it. I have not successfully done that. Well, you guys work on the transcript then. Because or the scrip. Well, our Gary just reading. Have to involved. He's a master of voices getting an outfit Matt tight. All right. So I'm just going to jump into here. Right after the parents leave so he'd come over to like babysit, correct? So ROY goodbye don't hurry back. We'll be just fine. Mom leaves drinker. Uncle roy. What did you bring us? Roy's got us a for you. What is it? We want it now. Yeah. Well, it's a very treasure is buried in lawn. Nope. It's buried on ROY. Doc it h around their two children is like Bill Murray. One of them. Now zeal American not wanna can't it's Tracy and Terry's what they're the little girl two little girls. So it's like what's her name? The enemy Newman learning. Little girls. Yeah. Come on. Weird right because he bangs eight year old. Right Bill marr used to do that that kid thing with with this. You know that that was teenage stuff. Yeah. Sorry. Thank you. So the girls all scream and yell and start to dig around uncle Roy's pockets looking for the buried treasure Tracy finds a box of juju Bs I found it. I found it. It's Giambi's and they're so good. Oh boy. Did you do magic trick ROY? Oh magic trick. Okay. Pulls a nickel and dime out of his pocket. Here's a nickel. And here's a dime. Now, I'm gonna make the nickel rubbing on Tracy shoulder disappear, Tracy schools, delight here's a dime. And I'm gonna take it and make it disappear rubs it on Terry's legs. Rub WW both girls screen with the light sort getting one of the kids standing up. Hey, I'm a magician to ROY looks on with interest. I can make my face disappears pulls her nyc. Ground overhead supposing, your pants Dunkel, ROY. Roy look at me. I can make my face disappear to ROY pulls a polaroid out of his jacket and starts take close up shots. Jammies. Oh, my. Mind blown believe when I say things like you're not gonna believe this was SNL this aired on SNL when I do before. Really? So drew, drew, drew underwhelms and disappoints, but not not this podcast. Let's hear what's worse than what you've read already taking pictures of the girls with their dresses pulled. They are between six and nine years of age. Everybody. So they're exposing their panting. She pulls out a polaroid, take close up pictures. He says, oh, that's good magic. You know, what that trick reminds me that it's washed wash day-to-day girl. So why don't you? Go upstairs and bring runkel ROY all your little things little things dirtier things now launch you polish the banister. Oh what they wrote down. They straddle it right down it. Oh my God. Weird thing to go. Hey, I got an idea for sketch. What are we got a gay Flores? Nope. We got like a snarky movie reviewer, Ameri optician, San riot Titian or shop teacher. No, no, no, no. This guy's an old guy. He babysits nine genius relaxed threatens the bang them. He'll pull it off. So weird one, right? Yes beyond it's beyond. I love that you block that from your memory, by the way jerk 'cause that is the only bit. Buck Henry really that's his reoccurring. Most famous bet will probably because I was just sort of like, well, no, you probably be often think. So I think he did your tell me before the show started for us. And then he said don't say anything. So anyway, it's a weird bit. It's insane. And again in the pantheon of like, oh, this guy's got a picture in his yearbook. What's boffin mean? Or what is judge caviar? Whatever it is. This one goes way way beyond that. Yes. And makes you asked the same question. Funny. Like it. It's also it's like, it's not fun. It's where. Well, here's what I'm saying. They're certain jokes. That are like all right. That's a racial stereotype or so, but but it's funny. I give her the joke is or you're making fun of a gay guy something. But I get the joke is like this is the guy Perv a pedophile. Like, I don't know why that's right comedy. And I would ask I would love to ask Lorraine Newman or Gilda Radner. Didn't you? You push back on that. Did you think it was in this? I go, I know people just like he's Chester the molester. And then when would laugh. Wonder what went off the real so badly? There are certain things Rigo like. Oh my God. Mike grandmother used to say negro instead of African Americans like, yeah. But so did everybody like it didn't didn't mean anything any differently? It. You know? That's what it meant never say. This is like, well, it's back when pedophilia was all the rage at school are saying you're yes, I still alive. He tell you. I told you all those years we were talking to people that had been subjected to this. I said you've went off the rail in the seventies. But it's whatever your into your dad might they did some data Ling. It was just what you did back. Then it was like when people say I smoked a little grass in college. You know, that's what people did. Was molesting ever like, okay or funnier? Cool. Weird right weird. Let me tell you about some better news. Lifelock IRS I got a warning out there for taxpayers businesses and tax professionals watch out for predators fishing, personal information during tax season, scammers get their hands on your data or previous tax return that can use that info to fill out their returns I fill out their returns. And then you fill out your return than you send it in. Then your return gets flagged because everybody did their return. Good thing. Lifelock. With the added power Norton security. Helps you before this happened happens. Lifelock help fix identity theft related tax rod, and if there's a problem there agents will work to fix it. But you won't have a problem because you got lifelock right drew prevented identity theft or cybercrime or monitor transactions at all businesses. 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I think NBC has wiped that digitally from those guys. Oh. I heard the transcripts or harm. No foul. Finding me. These guys Mormons soap tight. Somebody will have like a box set from like season three or something. And you can't wipe that away. One hundred percent agree. We need someone who has to reach out to us because I don't know if we're going to find it just from a lot with that attitude. No, no, no, no, tell max Pat at the like showed EBay like order a box set of season, three of whatever. We'll wake. All right. Thank you yesterday. Just way floor Adams lawyer to go look at his comedy special. I'm asking dot com. Thank you. So till next time Dr drew saying Mahala. This is Corolla digital. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's number one number two employee. Leave a message at the hey, Jamie. It's me, Jamie. This is your daily pep talk. I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your Capella group mad harmony, but you will bounce back. 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ACS (Part 2): Jim Gaffigan and Christie Bishop

The Adam Carolla Show

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ACS (Part 2): Jim Gaffigan and Christie Bishop

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All those crazy trump tweets give gene grant trouble in the big. Sali's gene gene the news with gene grad brad well. We just had so much great beer. Talk with christy. I figure we will lead with this one with the cores light and all that stuff if you're sad about your carb cutting ways and it's impeding on your ability to drink beer not dawson or brian but women's displays. I'm listening quite the contrary. Women's health has created a list of beers that are under four grams of carbs usually beers fourteen grams. I was just looking at this list last night. Really you know what i was looking for. The car you can can usually tell a beer is low carb because it will say light but you're gonna want to check the label just to be sure and i'll just rattle off the list here not enough. This is included. Here's there's sort of the dance in my guestimation so we're kind of talking about this. In terms of tortillas <music> <hes> the other day which was we're off the air but we're talking about like well instead of a big full-size flour tortilla how about the little street taco go corn tortilla which is lower in carbs and all that stuff the thing about beer it. It strikes me that ultimately admittedly you enjoy your beer but ultimately when people reach for alcohol they're looking to feel the effects of it in in one way or another and so so why will wine has carbs in it but you drink a lesser amount it has a higher content of alcohol right. I concentrate so to me the beers that are like well. This is a low carb beer is good but it three point one percent alcohol now. I'm drinking seven an amazed to kind of catch a regular sam adams now so now. It's kind of like well wait. Maybe the maybe you get a double and eleven percent. Alcohol versus the light light at two point seven. Whatever for your buck so feel kind of is the low carb is good but the low alcohol that goes along with the low carb now. What are we doing because we're drinking seven beer right that are low car a- as kind of the interesting thought max patsy interesting to figure out like what a stone double i._p. Is like a twelve ounce in the carb department. So what somebody needs to do is the low carb high throughout the ratio most alcohol for your car for your buck most how per card well. We're just talking about jolt. They just went. Hey this is for kids one to want to save your around really wanna doodle on a full. They're fast. This is like if you said to me well you wanna go low on the carbs yeah but again get buzzed through point. Seven <music> alcohols is not not anything so if you jacked it up yeah and jack the car down well now. We're kind of talk if there is one of those thing just assumed this was more about kind of bounce max ban. This is more about lounging by the we can do the math but it's <hes> he just gave me the twenty two seven they they have them smoke all right go ahead. This seems to be more like you know like like like brian's in hawaiian on the day and had a low carbs but i want to know what the alcohol content is. It's very adults inventor. There's some guesses because this list but i was doing this research last night and it's not the ones necessarily think of like i feel like miller. Lite has a few more carbs than you'd expect so for sure are these are all widely available beers. I assume i just want to jump in because i'm going to have max pat. Go on this goose hunt t._v. You can find out the alcohol content fan of the beers that are on that list as well. Sorry go ahead. A corona premier is probably on there is on michelob. Ultra probably early on there is on select fifty. Five is like jesus. I'm gonna these the memory well listen. He's motivated camper on he's commanded tomato too low carbs and is committed to take every morning every morning show and then there's other. Everyone's on like a rolling rock anyway so i'm just gonna. I'm just gonna fly got jannati light of course michelob ultra milwaukee's best light michelob ultra amber miller lite corona premier miller sixty four bush light and michelob ultra pure. These are all in the under what amount four grams yeah but again if you have if you drink a six pack of immune we're we're. We're was adds up a little more so i wanna know what thou i. I want the alcohol to carb winner yep. That's what i'm looking for. See if you can check those and i don't know oh if any would say that well no you can't do one without the other both or something but i imagine you could because he'll say oh drink vodka scotch. No oh no carbs but you get the alcohol so the alcohol isn't attached to the car right then why hasn't in a world of specialties why. Why isn't somebody juice beer like. Why isn't someone taking a low carb beer in houston with alcohol then it'd be malt beverage in knit. I just mean i look at it might tastes like shit but what i'm saying is you. You don't want the car right. You do want the buzz. Does why not get some more alcohol into the low carb. World low carb world drops the alcohol normally now someone who knows about appears screaming while they're driving because it would taste weird or whatever naturally no-one ads alcohol beer ferments right so. I don't know how you would well. They'd make double. I._p._a.'s maybe or triple i._p. It's like i guess you couldn't if you look at i p as for instance. Some will be four point nine some we'll be seven. Oh home some vendors doubles nine. Sometimes there's some crazy triple like at thirteen percent alcohol. I don't know how they do it but you might eight not be when i know what i'm saying is you may or somebody may in a in a car obsessed world and also in a world where we make one of everything and million different flavors of coke and diet coke and everything else. Somebody may take this low. Oh carb light beer and physically add alcohol some grain alcohol or something imaginary you get it magin. There's a low carb alcohol and instead of three point one eight drink. Two of 'em chris do the math elimination of luck to you guys because literally thinking about this for twenty four hours. I'm going to be in hawaii s. People here this. What drinks would you guys recommend because everything fruity mamiya super sugar and fruity two beer or whatever you know what the pool i'm trying andrew avoid. Both you know what i do especially on a hot summer day trying to do what you're doing. I like to do a little <hes> tequila and soda water. It's refreshing. You won't get super shit faced israel global lives yeah or lemon adam <hes> tequila sodas pro choice when i'm in in in low carb mode but if you want to say okay here's somethin' as i've explained before but it's obvious complaining about glasses and stuff like that you're on a stoic as you guys now so <hes> and and that means into temperance and so you're on vacation so let let's not be super hardcore. Relax me. I'll make my palms and do a cop dumped grain alcohol and don't south slowly if you're keeping it keeping real carb focused and i just get vodka and soda water and lemon but but you're on vacation you wanna enjoy yourself. I'm gonna waddell back into the studio. In a week. I have found that i have found that if you go to a decent place place and they make their own margarita mix. It's not mrs t.'s syrup corn syrup whatever but they do fresh whatever and all that they do their own and when you do that drink what i said. Which is you get the salt. You get the margarita. Don't do the blender you make it a smaller drink and you make it a double. You're you're. You're not consuming all the mac right. It's a little it's a little more tequila than normally is so don't get the big fish all all that has the one shot if akilah in it and announcers nineteen ounces of corn syrup get if you want to treat and feel like you're drinking a margarita by of the pool get the double doing like a smaller glass. You're getting thou call if you can handle tasted alcohol which you can you drink in the shower. God add knows you issues surrounding alcohol all right max about you can try to find those alcohol content of those low karbi beers <hes> stone ruination ifa twelve ounce eight point two in the alcohol department but twenty-seven carballo plo carbs and i don't think anything exists but i'll tell you if you told me that miller lite was in the low carb department but had had the highest alcohol i tend to reach for the millenial because if you want low carbs then think less carbs and if you want to catch a nice buzz by the pool and you could do it on on three beers versus four smart go all right. Sorry everyone sorry chris. I'm trying to get the sent. You don't know why it's not going through <hes> so the chicago white sox will play a game against the new york yankees next august at the site in iowa where the movie field of dreams was filmed this this equation news or the a._p. Figurines commercial and the angeli commercial got angry at my mom yup fill the dreams. 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I was checking nin- about eight percent alcohol but it was like twenty seven percent grams of carbs miller lite three point two in the carb department so if you drink two of those baroness six and a half and the carbs and eight and a half and alcohol so there you go all right and everybody to know well this is going to be horrifying signed for some people and delightful and interesting for others depending on what you're into taco tuesday just isn't the same without that side of guac but some restaurants are serving what men's health describes as crocombe only in the midst of this avocado shortage so basically twenty four pound carton amidst avocados costs about sixty six bucks right now and some restaurants just can't handle it so guess what they're subbing in being on it not even stepping subbing threat. Some some people have some restaurants equate immense health. I'm trying to think of texture banana no but i- squash there you go suburb summer squash okay so here's other doing it using it up with tons of color and everything so evidently restaurants blend the squash with olive oil tomatoes ios which are green jalapeno and garlic and it virtually you know for some. It's indistinguishable next time you order. Ask if you're getting the real deal because because you might not be there very expensive right now <hes> dos gringos locos by my house. I don't know why somehow l. Spanish everything loves loca crazy crazy. I don't know i don't feel like i went insane. People preparing my poultry. That's me crazy that way but i love crazy everything but this place has the has the guac cart oh. I can't speak squad car. The guy just pulls up and ah look if you're a mexican food place and you don't have guac car. Get a guac cart because that is so goddamn satisfying this show also i'm always a little. I'm always a little weird when it's a little too light in color and a little too creamy when it comes from the back the the most condiment is added a lot of times mayonnaise sour cream sour cream god's grow max. Pat us see if you can find the highest alcohol light beer now for a guy was making fun of people for drinking in the shower. Our being alcoholics worm is turn but the highest alcohol lowest car beer we can find that's that should be the new weapon of choice. Go ahead yeah the quad cart by the way it's no big deal people love it and they spend like if you i just said to me on an average mexican thing. Would you like an order of guacamole. Maybe not but when the guano able side ah. I didn't show this to you guys but a crime was committed against me recently out of really nice restaurant in l._a. I got the guacamole in plantations because that was the the only choice that that i had and look how they decimated this guacamole with pomegranate seeds and pumpkin doing all up in in it. It was the worst all right. Just here's my simple request if restaurant whoever's listening if you are hell bent on fucking up things like guacamole thinks that it's not broken it's not broken and it's impossible to fuck up but if you are hell bent on doing that or you want to do a version of my wave us ranchera that is a breakfast breakfast burrito and then you announced. This is how we do it. You must give us the opportunity to either. Cancel the order or modify the order pomegranate must if you are going to put something. That's never been put on guacamole before and nobody would like. I don't know that people the enjoy pumpkin seeds sitting around eating. I don't know that they enjoy pomegranate seed sitting around and eating but if you're gonna take two seeds that are very low on the seed lead chart for human beings and desecrate this guacamole with them. You must say something and give the consumer an opportunity to go. Oh no thank you please just bring it out. Minus the shit you're going to sprinkle on man good for you. You'll have more material to disappoint more orca saving money your this is like this when i when i coach football for a short period of time before the game the referee would talk to the coaches like hey you guys got into trick plays. You're thinking about running. We know and we're like you got taken by surprise around a call foul or something. When you're running your trip play yes we do actually and here is not going to tell the other the team but you gotta. You've gotta declared that otherwise. You're gonna have a guy evidence in the seventies the number seventies check in as tight end or something something like that or eligible. You need to tell them out this guy don't throw the flag. We're doing the play. You're gonna see a lineup that you're not used to seeing pomegranates across until their team natty ice four grams of carbs and a five point nine. That's that's healthy. Frat boys love. I love it. That's the choice that's pretty high. But is there maximum pat this thing i've invented this juiced high one with the low thing that does not exist as far as we know so now. The ice is what four to five point nine. I got a i found a actually have craft beer that people wanna find two grams of carbs four point seven alcohol's almost two and a half to one north coast bruins scrimshaw pills inner tube. Just almost live third that too. I got a road trip for that to <hes> yeah find a lear that that's a good beer too hot it. We've had it up. Semi popular barrier like you know those kinds of bars <hes> so it's impossible to find. I bet you probably haven't okay so a greyhound bus abandoned his bus during a pit. Stop and left. People just stranded for hours our said pitstop do you mean mean. Pitstop must stop like you're next on the road from one city to do the other make a pitstop. You know a seven eleven and get go to that around racing too much roughly three hours into a trip from dallas to phoenix this. This bus pulled over for what was supposed to be a scheduled twenty minute pitstop in abilene texas. Twenty minutes went by two hours went by people. Were getting very suspicious. They begin to call all greyhound in the end. The group was stranded for nine hours before the company was able to send over replacement driver. One passenger said hey greyhound did a did a nice nice thing. They bought everyone lunch waiting for the bus but nobody's been refund. Peddling got a gas station sandwich with a short stemmed ruling ruling that you're on a bus stop bus drivers must be mostly sketchy folks and zooming and i don't know as far as you know i'm greyhound. That'd be like where's it going from where to where to phoenix. I'd be like an how long they didn't do it. Max battlefield dallas phoenix. I think that's ten hours something <hes> my first thing would be like they'd. They'd be like this is outrageous. We've been waiting here for three hours. Let's discuss that. Are you in a hurry. Are you did travel. Grants amongst us now had a heart out. You guys paid one hundred and twelve dollars. A southwest run a special right now for sixty nine dollars fifty one minutes <hes> so let's really focus focus on this notion of i'm in a hurry. You're on a bus and you're not a prisoner. You said your valuable but i'm looking at you the thing about bus tickets. They're like the same price as a south they articulate. How do you call greyhound. Demand refund like my time is valuable venues pad if you can find the the bus but the car ri- although when you do a car ride from dallas host the phoenix at another two hours or three hours on the bus so the average is a lot anwar goal you can pick between car walk or transit the transit option if we do that twenty two hours yet change. I used to go back and forth from new york to d._c. A lot when i lived in new york and it was like the peter pan greyhound one of those and you got on there and you felt like a criminal there are always two bouncers that would yell a speech at you about being rowdy on the bus and being left on the side of the road and people just shut up and sat there and i aren't allowed to speak you weren't allowed to get you certainly don't get up and talk to the bus driver. They were mean gene so it's over twenty hours. That's if you do like trains and shit. Oh i said i'm on the greyhound website as a trip nonstop. Stop dallas to phoenix is twenty one hours twenty minute twenty cast your ticket costs yeah economies one eighty seven and one hundred bucks i what selfless website and do a flight right now from dallas. I i am telling you. I've been saying this for a long time. It's more expensive to take up. Must the san francisco from l. a. or two from phoenix or whatever than it is to fly from burbank on south west and it is strictly for people that are scared of flying or if something to hide yeah can't travel that security they don't want the the scanned because the two hundred one hundred and eighty seven bucks i again southwest can be all over the place but you can certainly find a southwest flight. That's under one hundred and eighty seven bucks. Oh so it looks like there actually are stop. They do stop in different parts for like thirty minutes. At a time thirty minutes also bet they change aims drivers at least once because drove twenty one hour. You just have to have legal reasons to be on that bus other than hey man. I take the bus duct seattle's country the sat. That's how much is a southwest flight. And how long is that southwest flight and i'll tell you guys. I'll let you find that max pat. I wanna remind people take the podcast one survey podcast one dot study in the first one hundred twenty five people people are going to get themselves a twenty dollar gift certificate to restaurants dot com so use that get some real guac and when he's getting a hundred dollar amazon gift cards arts as good a podcast one. That's studying answer a few quick questions. All right anything next panel. Yeah konami for a flight is one hundred fifty bucks in two and a half hours okay ten percent of the time. It's insane all right. Why don't we bring it home. You got it. I'm dina grad bad and that's the news. That was the news with gene a grad. We'll give you guys all the vacation stories in the recaps obs- tomorrow good sports coming up next <hes> you can go to kurla dot com for all the live shows everywhere and and you can go to chassis c. h. A. s. s. y. If you want to check out some of the docs and pods sorry dachshund stand up special last asked with ball brian coming up man member second avalon talk a little bit more about that tomorrow i think and until next time man christie bishop gina grad oh jim gaffe again in ball brian mahala women weren't finding cigarette today's episode of good sports with dave damasec adam karol brought on interesting creature habits the flat arid plains of many an automobile dashboard the bobblehead it's most agreeable and will not allow them to anything despite having no brain function but when the bobblehead here's how gyco not only sage people money but also gives them access to licensed agents twenty four seven online and over the phone. 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We're doing another good sports tomorrow tuesday and then one on wednesday and then we'll be off the rest of the week from there. Let's keep it's about the here and now it's a good time to be a sports fan football hockey soon on the way basketball baseball wrapping up ace. It's it's here we did it. We made it through the the long. Football is desert that is <hes> spring and summertime. How are you feeling. I'm well david day. Um i. I gotta tell you man. I just i have the t._v. Downstairs i own a gymnasium in my home and and i like i like to abbreviate where it makes sense but gymnasium is a delightful word and i'm not gonna deprive myself of the opportunity to say. I'm not i'm gonna jim. I'm not when i can go gymnasium. Yes gymnasium it gymnasium suggest you're juggling those waited pins and and you're wearing like a weird one piece man bathing suit from the thirties <hes> but i was in my gymnasium in my home and i was on and i got the rowing machine oh and <hes> a rich man poor man thing create one if you're rowing. You're either going for dinner and you fucking somewhere or you're just u._s._c. preps. You know student when i was rowing team in the winkle voss twins harbor i._v. Right it is re. Rowing is rich man poor man. That's a great one and you're one of device on the viking slave ship right on the i'm on the winning end of the <hes> rich man poor man rowing machine and so i just go down into my gymnasium a._m. And i sit on that thing and i just keep the t._v. On <hes> sportscenter because i can't hear the sound because the rowing machine gene sort of loud so i'll find myself just put an earbud in listen some music is like a lot of air chatter and others watch to my delight and <hes> football highlights <hes> now just preseason but just there's football happening like it's a it's a it's a comfort food it kind of thing it's it's literally like opening a menu and just seeing mom's meatloaf on there even if you're not eating meat you just see it's like okay. Hey there's football ooh. There's another game and there's more highlights it starts. That's the thing it's it's. It's the same thing as in a way when the the first game aim of the regular season is played on whatever night wednesday thursday night it's satisfying but the real pleasure is when you flip the channels around and you feel like there's a bounty county of games. 'cause there's football everywhere right now. That's the best day of the year tight in fact i would hold that up the most satisfying i guess is maybe the divisional round the wild card round of the n._f._l. Playoffs but because the importance of those games but also looming <hes> in in the on the short short horizon is the end of football to me that first day of football that first sunday when you just flipping around that we got to that we got the late games who's on the seahawks and rams are all that we've made it to that point the only thing i will caution everybody against as i say it every year. The preseason is a lie all this jazz now. We've gotten the first few games. Daniel jones is headed to the hall of fame the giants q._b. Everybody's over. The moon about these coaches settled down. Don't believe too much of what you see in the preseason. It's all like we talked about last week. It's all a civil war reenactment right now hard knocks. That's a gem that jar yeah. Are you happy with the early. Returns were one one episode and we have a new one coming up tuesday night but what stood out to you from derek carr jon gruden the rest couple things first off <hes> <hes>. I don't need to see guy fieri close. Mine says she guy fieri. I open a closet. He steps out of it. Thank you i i. There's guy fieri everywhere <hes> he is ubiquitous. You go on a cruise. You want order burger. You're getting it for free burgers like he. We were driving. The human mountain dew is that is he canary in the societal coal mine as you've summoned summoned with mountain dew indicating the downfall of of our of our society is human mountain dew. I don't know why in a world where you have squirt which is delectable and seven up and sprite there is no need for guy fieri in daycare though in naming squirt i think they did it made it. Homoerotic squirt is the best quietly the best and it is because i think it's grapefruit a little little grapefruit in it. Doe not sleep on score but okay now guy fieri everywhere. The raiders are working out in shorts and t shirts arts and he's there to watch now dylan explain. He was a big raiders fan but look. I'm a big fan. I don't want to see him. Walk through passing drills like i just feel like guys there to get some more camera time although he's never been off the camera so i don't get it i mean we were driving through like low massachusetts with with the mike lynch couple years ago. We're looking for this little polish food joint off where they filmed the town or something came walking into this polish joined the polish joint had like eight. Hell vague walked in sat down huge picture guy fieri above us. You can find the picture gary will find the picture it's insane. It's insane everywhere air it is he's everywhere anywhere. Did this place serves squirt so i don't know what's going on with god. I'll tell you talk about everywhere. He's also on the patriots sidelines. Where do you come down on that drake. Does that lately whatever people say about spike lee at the knicks game's being too demonstrative on the the <hes> on the sidelines there at least he's only knicks guy. He's not running around and whoever will give them the badge so he can stand on the sidelines for a given day i a._m. Here's where i'm thinking so when i started off you know <hes> it would be billy crystal over the clippers jack over the lakers and they sat there with their glasses on watched a game now drake's like up on his feet. He's out on the court. He's arguing with other players. He's hugging it out with his own team. I say in a few short years and by the way the answer for the guys the civilians are walking around the a court like lebron at a high school game high fiving everyone hugging it out off the damn court. You see there's a line. There's a line here in that line is out of bounds. You are in the spectator side of that line. You don't walk crimean the hubris and that you can touch a player. He's he's in the game and you gave me talking to him. There's a line. I suggest that in a few short years these skies will be actually shooting not free throws but technical free throws like just come in and be like all right look. You're on the court. Tissue tonight's technical free throws you know him as recording artist <hes> here he is going to be out there. Shooting free throws. That's that's that's. That's what i feel. I feel bad. I didn't feel square. I didn't know the other guy. Was there. The rapper guy easy something or other easy. Who is that guy. He's illegitimate guy. He's a legitimate guy. He's a famous white rapper whose from oakland and has been a long 'til i this is race matter to you gary. Yes air saying <hes> just saying so so yeah anyway so exhausted. He's making an ass of a guy fieri fine. I'm sure i would like guy fieri but this way do they get pats. What are they cut. One drafted rookie. Just wait for you. Go there to watch. You didn't go there to watch you. Go there to get on h._b._o. Waist and also the i mean what was that conversation so priceless that he had to have with them like you guys are animals out there because i should make some food for you. You hear about my restaurants. You can also find it in the freezer aisle at your local grocery store. You go to the burbank bank airport in you. Pass a whole pass a whole kiosk of guy fieri sandwiches. I i mean if you want to talk about the definition of ubiquitous equities this is it i was covered with gang puck doing it 'cause he makes could be. He makes good food but where he belongs in the frozen food. I wander not playing airport right out there playing grab ass with the rams. That's right all right. Let me tell you something about truecar truecar our and this isn't the necessarily the headline but you will not see when you when you log on. 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#1026 You're Talking To The Wrong Hombre

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They did they took. It went insane with it. He hit a record dropping in two days with the content of his record was exactly what happened to him. Yeah. He did a publicity side. And the press went insane. He then he doubled down. I well, I disagree to some degree. But which is this is a couple of things. I don't think people really understand life, which is to say like if you're the press. Yeah. If you're the press your job is to be part Sinaga for part detective. Yeah. But big parts offer pleas and big part detective, I would argue the detective pieces some of the press the majority of need you need to like, here's the thing. This guy was jumped by two guys and beaten in the street. There's a small fine scratch under one of his eyes that looks as if he was playing with this kitten kitten pod at him. It's also kind of thing that a professional wrestler of bring a razor blade in and make a little Mark. And just bleed out a lot then is not beaten in the streets, kind of kind of rope. Well, not hung by rope. But at the rope runs, but when when you are beaten in the streets, like when their stuff that go, you know, when two guys jump you in to beach, you not not to get your cellphone away from you. But to beat you. There's things there's black is there's broken noses their scraped up elbows scraped up knees. You know what I mean? Like, there's there's a thing that happens when somebody physically attacked you on the street to harm you times to trying to harm you right until to harm. So first things first you taking a picture where you're pouting. Does that mean that does not that's not an orbital soccer? I wanna see an x Ray of a cracked orbital socket or whatever that thing where your eye has a big blood Mark in the middle of the white of the eye of the black guy, or whatever whatever it is a guy who was smacked on the campus of UC, Berkeley guy. Threw a straight punch hit him right in the face. That guy's got a shiner because somebody hit him, that's the way the human body works. So first things first you you're beating in the streets. But you don't really have any marks of a beating. And then you're literally popping and locking on stage. Boy did I- jinx Lynette. Not only the whole marriage thing. But. The funniest thing ever like I said to so I went into the bedroom. And I was watching him. It is. Four days after the incident. He was at his is rallying he was explaining to people that you can't hold them down. And he fought back, and he he did he did he did everything and. Yeah. We just watch guy get punched in the face. But was that was punched for Eva? Are you sitting down we found the one violent person who hates Donald Trump who attacked a guy who was a Trump supporter on the on the campus of UC Berkeley. I know all the violence is coming from the Trump people. But this is the one instance. Only instance were the. Person was the Trump supporter was actually beaten by the non Trump sport. So the one so this guy small let's up on stage popping and locking in between inspirational speeches about himself and how he fought back and how he's gay to park and everything else, and I just looked at it. And I said when you get your rib cracked fractured rip. You're not popping locking. You're having trouble going to the bathroom. Like, you're holding your side while you're lurching to the bathroom. And I I said eight sunny Linnet this stuff happened. I played football. You get your ribs Brose. Even a lot of trouble sitting up in bed without a lot of pain. This is not that. And then it's like, oh, well, he didn't get when somebody attacks. You and punch you in the ribs. You have a lot of trouble breathing. Yes. Of course, sunning Italian never had Bruce reds. So I said, it's exquisitely painful and last on your list is dancing and four five days later Lynette was going down the driveway was going to ride with sunny. Grab like front brake the bike or something. One over the handlebars. Oh, no bruised a rib and has been walking around. So hard to sit up and it's hard to breathe, and it's don't make me laugh at hurts my ribbon. It's like, it's funny. I literally illustrating to the person that's never had a bruise grab. How global this? Is you bruise your rib? It's not like your ankle sorts like your whole being sort. Yeah. So first off in terms of journalism. You were jumped by two dudes in the street and beaten you fought back. The black guy where is the cracked rybak. Where's the xrays? Where's the scuff sending? You know? We're we're those abrasions you have on your elbows your knees your forehead when like to dudes jump on top. You let me where where where is that stuff? They would have just gone. Oh, these these cowards who were just trying to make a point they threw bleach on them and put a rope around his neck putting a rope around someone's neck goes evidently, fighting back to having a rope put around your neck possible. Well, lets you really hold them down. There's gonna be a Mark something on your neck something just saying like, I I I I'm sorry. But a very slight sort of razor thin Mark with a little dried blood on that could have been done with your pinky nail. Is not really the aftermath of a beating. If you wanna see what guys look like who been beaten there? Plenty of guys who've been beaten that ain't that ain't it. So just from that standpoint, drew. Yeah. Then the other thing that's a little weird about it as I'm thinking about it. It's like. When so that's the press. But then when when the Twitter fear gets hold of it, and you know, people are talking about Maxine Waters. He was my friend. We were good friends. Really friends was everyone. Everyone was friends with him. And now, no one's friends with him. Right. You guys were friends. Hey, there was another. Here's name come up, very often. When he spoke other point, my friend, tyrus black guy. He said he goes to me goes throwing bleach on a black guy. There's no white supremacists on earth that's ever done that they wanna hate you for your dark skin. They don't want to light near skin. But there's a thing he said that in in the community that happens sometimes insult. Isn't that interesting? That is inter I would not have known that they were going to. I think they're going to start with gasoline. And then they downgraded to bleed. So the story says Cho's, but again, I don't know. Don't you look not look like something bleaches gets in your eyes zeros like something teen spirit. They all right. Let me tell you about lifelock. Recently hundred twenty seven million stolen records containing Email, addresses user names, passwords went up for sale on the ark web. I bet Gary could get to the dark web. I don't know how to get to know how to do that to peer use. Something called tore tore. Let's not do that. Let's protect ourselves. Let's use something called lifelock. People the dark web provides a non ass- access to legalize Dems and services, like drugs weapons and Stoler user data so many ways cybercriminals can take what's yours. Good thing. Lifelock identity theft protection adds power of Norton security to help protect against threats your devices, you can't easily see or fix on your own. If there's a problem the workday, fix it. Right, drew. That's right. No, stop every identity theft or also cry or mantra transactions at all businesses. But lifelock Renard security can see threats you might miss on your own go to lifelock dot com or call one eight hundred lifelock use promo code, Adam. For an extra ten percent off your first year. Promo code adamant, lifelock dot com extra ten percent off. I just found a new story. Here's the headline. Michigan gay rights activists sets fire to his own home to fabricate a hate crime. A thirties are accusing Jolie who was named citizen of the year by the Jackson citizen patriot last year of having set fire to his own home, killing his pets two dogs and three cats. Yeah. Here's what I know. I know what I know through sort of traveling through life. You know, what I'm saying drew its imbalance? There's the there's a there's a supply demand problem victims. Yeah. It's like just because jaws comes out doesn't mean there's more shark. Right now, you like there to be more shark attacks because jaws came out. But it doesn't mean there is you know, what I mean? And I think basically since Trump became president. We would like this to be the nation. We're living in because we keep saying that's the nation. We're living in and when it doesn't become the nation. We're living in we then make the nation. We're living it, which is what you're living it, which I don't live in that nation because I just walk around and looked observe and I don't see it. I'm not everywhere. Once I just I don't see that. I don't see. That's our society. I mean, I see their things I've zurve observe a lot of smokers throw their cigarette butts on the ground and a lot of folks dro- their gum on the ground. And there are people who drive a little aggressively. And I see these things I I observe what's going on. Yes. I not in your zeitgeist. I'm not not observing a lot of gay bashing or racial intolerance or and again. The part where it has happened. Or does exist is not what I'm talking about. I'm assuming everything exist. I'm only talking about in an of a scale that it's increasing problem. Yes. Anti semitism is a problem. But it's not a problem in the US. But it was a problem in Germany around the mid to late thirties. So it's it's a scattered problem here. But it's not a problem that it's going to involve people being rounded up and taken places. You I draw distinction between things that happen incidents that happen. You know, there's there's X amount of a Hickey. Accidents that claim lives, but I don't think it means. We live in a nation of Islam. Flow of liberties low I trust people on the road in general people generally drive safely. I generally drive safely. I drive with my kids. I'm not afraid to drive with my kids. But are there X amount of lives taken on the road ever? Of course, there are would it be nice to lessen that? It's always good less than that. But I don't I don't I don't live in fear backing out of my driveway Ming, rammed. Why stop driving? But if I turn on the news every night, and they said, you're going to be rammed everytime. You back out your driveway, a certain percentage of people watching with believe it. I believe it because I keep backing out of my driveway. 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Like, do you have a card Consett a card? Do you have a card? I said what kind of card it's for the piano tuning. The vast vast the best is when I have to go. I don't work Jerry so much anymore. Like you have a car now. I really don't have the car. With me the number off the door. No, not really. You don't wanna do the tune pianos tell this audience with that is actually all no, I got a taste, you're yeah. Go ahead. Take that tastes ticket. Big piece of it. Come on. Now. It's good. Yeah. On a diet that that will help you with appetite. All right. So listen. Yeah. I passed the piano, I passed a neighbor's house at a p ano- tuner car parked in front of it. And like my family is like, we don't speak languages. We don't play instruments. We don't we don't do anything. We just watched kind of watch TV and I don't like that. But also, I don't wanna learn language, you're playing, you know, but I don't I don't like the optics of it. Right. You wish I wish we were one of those families that those kind of things, but we're not that good. So I just get the magnetic sign and put it on August car. And then when she's parked in front of the house people think we're winners. Talia wouldn't ride in her car. Way you're gonna be in the winner mobile. She's like now very worried about that stuff. So I said. Fine. I'll put on my car. People think I'm a winner. I put on my car, and I live in a neighborhood that is high piano per capita. Sure. Oh, yeah. And I've been now stop the few times. And I've never ready for people wanna know when we can start or where the card is or what my business. Piano, tuners galore. Seriously, Yale pianos, oh, my son play sounds way. But I can't I'm not coming by the house. No. But I I don't do it. I understand. So then I have I have to have these conversations that are pretty brief because we're like in a parking lot. And I'm walking one way they're like walking the other. And I can't I can't really explain the comedy of it to them. So I have to be vague, which is like, I'm not I'm out of cards, and I'm not kind of getting out of business. Guy told me at an upright and a baby grand went off. I could work on uprights and baby grands and like not really. Now, many would say we're wanted you remove the magnetic signed for the side of your car. Well. You're talking to wrong Hombre. Hi stand. I don't take these your way out. I get it. It is it is worth the the comfort tation in the parking lot. Or the St. how you let it. That's how you know that it's a desired effect. It's getting across right one of the side effects. Come on better that do more. I'm trying to run a podcast. Wait is funny. That people do ask me for my. And it's also weird because. I'm walking also weird. It is just weird. It's at night. I'm walking to a Mexican restaurant. And there's a sixty two year old woman is going to have a car, and I'm walking across the parking lot. And I I have no idea. What she she means. Also, you have a car like I think maybe she knows me once we do stand up or something explain a half, no card. Kind of a finding story drew. Yeah. I didn't. Oh, I didn't tell you about Mr. burn all coming in here and telling them, the world's greatest story about me that I've never told you because I have no recollection of it. What the world is the biology teacher now that's Dilbert deliberately Bernard. Actor. No that was Mr. Gregory, Gregory, Mr. Brunel was the cool teacher along with. It was nice. Okay. Give me your your business there. And then you're telling me the story. Oh, we have. I do remember very well having competitions with him balancing on barbells in the weight room balancing on barbells. Yes, I would say Gary, and Matt the authenticity of his story about me is not in question because he remembers very clearly something I remember very clearly which is spending lots of time in the weight room having a competition. Take a barbell with the smaller weights, not the Olympic weights. But the ones that are ten twelve inches around be hundred pound bar Ellen's sitting on the floor. And the deal was is yet to try to walk across it turn around walk back. It wanted to roll around. They had to do the balance. He was good at balance. He wasn't good as I one cyclist. Right. And so we would have these competitions. And then he would mention the -partment certain point you you'd say we have to stop in the middle and turn around and come back without getting if you get to the end, you can put your spare foot on top of the of the dumbbell dust, the disk, and you can come nippy late him running. But it's hard when you're in the middle. Anyway, he remember that story. Well, and I remember that story. Well, and then he told me story. I'm a guy told the two thousand stories about same things. Same time. Yeah. Never told this never know we're talking about zoom. 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So I sell the story that I'd I blocked on my memory. Well, we all have shit like that stories. We don't remember. I feel like I've remembered all the significant significant stories, but I realize. This was a positive story in for some reason it didn't register short. I remember all the, you know, smash Duke in my ear and being humiliated fighting with people and all that kind of stuff. I remember super clearly when Astor Chila Danko said, well, I had to give a decision between you and your buddy, Chris like in the seventh grade or something and she went I picked you. And then she paused when all my friends, I'm nuts. Someone said it too early. That was carved into my psyche. And remember my dad when he said, they got get the six foot. I remember all those things, but I don't remember a good one which is. Mr. Bernal said there was one of the big gals. And I don't know if your member this. But just remember member in junior high and high school or a couple of giant women like just big. Yeah. Like, I I always felt bad for him because they weren't fat per se. They were there were bones. They were overweight, but they're mostly just big like it wasn't like, oh, you can lose some weight. And then you'll be now just big and. One of those gals. I think probably got a little outside of our comfort zone inside a wear high heels one day glam it up. I'm sure somebody said, oh, no. You look pretty, you know, it'll be nice and such awkward horrible thing. She came in Mr. Bernal class her heels and roll than ankle and went down to the ground. He taught history, and he taught psychology some social science stuff anyway, and everyone's are laughing at her and she'd probably heard Nuff big big. Probably didn't wasn't asked to the prom. And. She's laying in the ground on a heap. Crying and people are laughing piling on as people do. And then a certain point Mr. banal said like we gotta get you up now. And she said rankle heard and people are trying to get her up. And she didn't she sorta checked out. She's like, I'm not getting up my rankles hurt. She'd had enough a life. Yeah. I think and then he said I got up and I picked her up off the ground fully put your arms around my neck, or whatever and just lifted her off the ground, which Richard all city couldn't do the. He was a strong, dude. But I had super weird cranked back then and I picked her up, and he said you carried her to the nurse's office, which is not in in. Our hallway was down downstairs across and stairs. Whatever said you carried her dropped her off at the nurse's office. And then you came back, and you got a standing ovation, and I have. No recollection of that. But I it's probably the standing ovation part that you raised that. I write. But is it weird? How some very specific story that should be something that stayed in the memory banks can be completely gone. Yeah. It's somebody recounted to you can't you can't bring the thing. But it is also it is interesting that when people have a. But, but but it fits a narrative meaning like when he's telling it to me, I was thinking I used to pick people up and throw them onto my shoulders and carry him like I was very much into. I'm gonna take my body and throw them over my shoulder like like firemen style and run a lap around the track. I carry them very much pick you up and carry you and throw you on my back, and blah, blah, blah, this girl, I had a crush on. And she could ride me piggybacks out. I could literally run three laps around the track. Like what jog with with this person? I back. So the fact that she's like sitting there and everyone's going like, you gotta get up. I can't get you up that would've spoke to me like I wouldn't want. I'll get I can get up there. I could lift her up. So that part made sense versus the. Somebody said we're playing scrabble. There was a deadlock and you're handling flying up and said I have to finish straight as a word. I'd go. It doesn't. I feel like me. I don't I don't play scrabble. But it is people up negative makes more intense. Valence it gets more attention. All negatively, even with you know, there's just where brains word. Yeah. Well, again, I think the standing ovations probably there's probably if I'd got back and wrist Renauld said what took so long, and I'd went well, the nurse's office is all the way the Enin Gino Jones load. You know anyone on well next time. Hurry it up. I would have went. Well, you're welcome. And I would've sat down I probably would've remembered it if the standing ovation probably all right? Let me tell you about truecar sixty seconds. That's how long this commercials gonna last. What else can you do in one minute? How about you? Get an offer on your car. Just go to truecar from your smartphone or computer, enter your license plate number and watch your car's details. Pop-up answer a few questions. Get an accurate true cash offer from a local truecar certified dealer. 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Because the the rhetoric is so far from the science. It's like it's like, I can't believe we're talking about the same thing anymore. You a climate denier did know the climate changing. But there's there's ways to interpret what going on and the worst predictions are not horrible. They're they're not what people make it seem like it is. Well. What do you do in a world where there's no God. And you don't believe in God. But you have. See I think a lot of this. I believe a lot of this comes down to. No god. And then sort of having to play God, I think when you believe in God, you don't wanna play God as much maybe that's me. Again, I'm an atheist, so it's all a little confusing. But the the folks that are of religious persuasion, don't, you know, essentially, explaining explaining that the earth's going to end in twelve years is playing God, you you telling people this is going to end, we're all gonna die whatever, it's it's very, you know, when they go like, oh, this guy's playing God that's playing God. Essentially, explain to people how we're all gonna perish unless you start doing. What I tell you to do. Yeah. Yeah. It's pretty God asked right? Like, it's essentially, I shall flood you, and you know, when it's going to live with her minds start doing what I tell you what people that non-scientists where they talk about diet is a non scientists trying to terp scientific. Hearth is going to tell you about vaccinations. Yeah. It's the same thing. And it's very problematic. I mean, it's not it's not as dire. As the rhetoric is the rhetoric is all my the world's immediately. And yes, we should move towards renewable energy. It's very very valuable thing. But do it in a way that makes sense and the way in the meantime, by the way, if you if you seen there's a whole this data that shows if we if we greened up a bit we could take care of it with nature. I've always been saying let the let the th rainforests grow a little bit. You know, just get more green going. It will eat the to. All right. Well, let's have a no nonsense talk about that next show not Taco Bell. Material. My stand up special. Thank you available now chassis to us as a Y dot com and Amazon are sorry. I tunes as well. It just helps people, and I think you're really gonna enjoy also we've got a car cash show that'll be March tenth Peterson beautiful Peterson Druce gonna be there's going to bring his bone stock Porsche, Cayenne, their marvel. And what do you got drew dot com? Family pas the opium series coming up. We're gonna have it all sort of their as an audio book. And it's their written read it right now. We'll have some interesting interviews along side of it. 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#1424 It's How You Feel, and You Feel Wrong

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#1424 It's How You Feel, and You Feel Wrong

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Join now and save up to twenty five percent off your first year by using promo code atom call one eight hundred lifelock or head to lifelock dot com and use promo code adam for twenty five percent off recorded live at corolla one studios with adam corolla and board certified physician and addiction medicine specialist. Dr drew pinski. You're listening to the ataman. Dr drew show the agate on getting on the gunman and they get that grew. He's got nobody understands what his patience man. My lady yeah no it. Now he's dissect machine to all the patient. Well no lady lady no wait. Wait a sec. The lady patient but he understands him like a supervisor at huntington memorial. Yeah all right. There's a question up there that Talking about masking the kids steve thirty eight chicago. What's up boys on. I got on I just wanna say you guys are patriots. Thank you so much for everything you do with like the guiding light. I also live in a stay with a retarded governor. So i i really know what it's like going on in chicago. You gotta retarded. Marian governor long. We have a retarded well to be fair. Garcetti's not retarded retarded. He's just a feckless pussy doing nothing around and talks about when. These convicts paroled. We owe them our gratitude. Like fucking zero. Did you hear his up for ambassadorship. Get pleased let them go ruins country. Sorry go ahead steve. Yeah anyhow. i'm just. I'm a laid back guy but this anti science anti intellectual anti vaccine stuff like i'm actually calling from a park now with my son and people are still wearing math. They're still telling my son to keep back and he goes to preschool. Part time and of course you have to wear masks inside and outside and it just like. I just can't take it anymore. I don't know if there's anything. I don't know how to fight this pritzker said we'll be fully open june eleven but we stopped wearing masks according to him. So it's like. I just can't take it anymore. I told my son when you're at school every time you're outside just take your mask off and then they'll tell you just take according to the cdc. We'd take our masks off. that's not gonna. That's now but the teachers unions. Oh boy you gotta deal with the teachers. Union medical experts who. They said no massive. You're fully vaccinated. Sonny's probably not. Oh jeez oh my god. Well no evidence that kids can transmit it in significant degree and their risk of real diseases infinitely small point zero zero. If your son is old enough to get the message. I just don't take it off when he's side all and dare i say that. Cdc directors should be tried for treason for that messaging on the camp stuff. That is disgusting. We're going to hear that. Gary he's gonna find a camp stuff after he finds the impending he has pending before. We say that. I talked today about a chari yesterday. And it was and he has a really interesting point. Which is at the priorities of science and the priorities of public health have been severely distorted during this thing so science the priority is supposed to be discourse analysis and freedom to say anything to attack each other's positions so we can drive one another towards the truth silence science has been silenced. Silence silenced and public health messaging includes a priority of being consistent and everyone carrying the message for smoking is bad for you. Smoking is bad for you. But that one priority. The public health priority has become paramount in distorted third hand. Smoke's going to kill you. We must all say that. And now it's we must all say that whatever position we take for whatever reason is gospel in cannot be discussed. Campy assailed theoretically the public health. Messaging should be based on good science within which science is constantly attacking itself and analyzing itself and then from out of the science. You pull out some public health messaging. None of that happened to this pandemic. Yeah well if they wanted something other than good signs but control or yeah like controller winning an election or something like that. I i i feel like it was sort of weirdly on an emotional level. They wanted they were gratified by. They wanted to do the shell brit. Linski said eight weeks ago with safe to open the schools and the schools union got hold of her and made her walk it back that based on some good or some some science or some something. They made her go. I was just speaking. Not official. Even though i was standing in front of a cdc banner and speaking no microphone that was meet just pontificating until microphone through director of cdc in front of us graham. That had cdc written on it. Yeah sorry about that. Just thinking out loud that what's that have to do. An agenda drew. The message gets fucked up. I i have no problem with information. That's inaccurate if it's authentically inaccurate of course i have a problem with the fuck and teachers unions telling them what to say. That's my problem and all these people lashing out. Yeah lashing out against the fucking teachers unions. The fucking bought and paid for the fucking corrupt during in the back. Pocket of the fucking governor. And they're calling policy do you want. Would you want longshoremen calling for policy. No that's a union. would you went to is. Oh the police union with them setting policy now okay so there it is. Thank you all right. We have impending doom from march thirtieth so things. We've really fallen off a cliff by then right. Been six wakes up months ago. I made a promise to you. I would tell you the truth. Even if it was not the news we want to hear. Now is one of those times. I have to share the truth and i have to hope and trust will listen my truth pause here. I'm gonna lose the specs. And i'm going to reflect on the recurring feeling i have here. We have so much in ford to all right so much promise. She's going to share the information about how she feels inside because maybe she's got her period. Coming up fell off its chat. I don't care what you feel like. You're the cdc director you're not a fucking gypsy woman. It's fucking lay out the info. She had a feeling about impending doom. Well here's the deal. Her feeling was wrong so next time. She has a feeling about something xiaowei. Listen whereas jomon we'll be cruising altitude of thirty six thousand feet. Planning to land in about thirty wins coming south southwest. Thirty two nuts. Dad i got about tara terrible tampa feeling the script. Gopher now folks. I got to tell you this is gonna be horrible. I haven't played. Show me the how did she set up her fucking feelings again. Just show show me the beginning again. She's she said she's going to be honest with us. And then she gives us her feeling. Right honest i started. Abc about two months ago. I made a promise to you. I would tell you the truth. Even if it was not the news you want to hear all right now is one of those times the truth. How is it. How's her feelings. The truth isn't that we've been talking about for five years. Yes how many fucking times have i said. Here is the fucking problem. I can go right back to the garage with an italian six years ago and she goes. That's the way feel so must be the truth. Are you fucking nuts. it's not the truth. It's how you fucking feel and you feel wrong told me it was very dangerous. Sorry guide. Gary now is one of those times when i have to share the truth and i have to hope and trust who listen. I'm going to pause. Here is the specs. And i'm going to reflect on the recurring crane ceiling. I have a pending. We have so much to look forward to so much promise of potential of where we are in so much reason for hope all right now. She's scared all right. What has happened since she. The director of the cdc laid out this proclamation a month and a half ago. She has a feeling well. She's fucking wrong so after shit can her right or she should shut up. Shut up about your fucking feelings. It's not your job for fucking glasses chardonnay. Until you're fucking husband about your feelings that night don't say it into a microphone with your facial capacity this dude. You're you're echoing feelings. I had at the beginning of this feelings people you. There's the prestigious shut up and a lot of stuff people. Just shut up about a lot of things that are unnecessary to say. It's true all right. We'll fine her and her All right so she had a bad feeling six weeks ago. Everything has been on an uptick. It's been positive. Performance wrong feelings. Were wrong but now. She's got another move as it pertains to her son going to summer camp which is another thing. I'm not interested in. I'm not interested in what you personally use also wrong based on the policy. They're putting forward. Now what if she was a hasidic jew and she goes. I dress my son and all black wool during the summer of them walked down fairfax. That's a nice tidbit. Now get back to the fucking policy. Nutjob i told you. The feelings drew you. You've called the moment you can't. I remember when you came in with the world. You this is a moment. This is all here it comes. You're right by the way feelings are mostly wrong. Yeah yeah this. I i did. The this is what i did. A series of podcast with gleb. Sabarsky is a cognitive psychologist. This is his point This is it all right. you can have feelings. But don't don't don't rely on them so much. Let me hit tommy. John who drew. Look what i'm wearing. That's right. I mean john to that sporty stripe down the side looking at nadi today. I love my tommy. John especially the hammock pouch underwear. When you're wearing tommy. John's in the hammock pouch. You feel much more comfortable. You do everything better tommy. John doesn't have customers that fanatics. That's right. I gotta tell you i gotta be honest with you at my house. The other day. Feeling all the time. John was i pulled out a pair of calvin kleins I held my nose and put them on. Because i'm so used to tommy. John's just all the wash us much well over. Thirteen million pairs sold dozens of comfort. Innovations like air mesh interior hammock moisture hammock pouch and moisture. Wyking fabric four times. A stretch competing brands. Tommy john right matt and right. Now you'll get twenty percent off your first order at tommy john dot com slash ads. That's twenty percent off your first order of underwear an lounge wear at tommy john dot com slash ads. Tommy john dot com slash. Ad ask see site for details. All right it's a gary. You're looking for the summer camp clamp and go have it for you in about thirty seven all right. We'll talk to somebody. Wha- got a shot. Steve to steve line to st fifty four vacaville father dr atkins said how you tie. Cheers mate I have my second murder. Shot on monday I felt good next day. I felt like poop Very very sore arm. Like like i've been hit by something and my sides hurt and my nauseous. And this ain't me i usually. I'm never this way. Oh after after getting knocked or vaccinations. Now you are this. Is you listening. I was sick for three days. I woke up with a spontaneous black eye on day. Two and all kinds of crazy stuff. Th there's something about this bike protein and your body's reaction to it that we have yet to fully understand it's uncanny how many protean immune corollaries and you know sort of collateral reactions. That are the. And i all i will tell you is if this and this is my humble opinion that this is how you react to the vaccine. Trust me you will not react well to the actual virus you. It's worth the risk reward. What was t cell thing. We're talking about just the that we don't yet know the memory function. So okay so your immune system has sort of two arms humor immunity which is all the antibodies flying around that prevents the virus from coming in and attack quickly if it does so your body build. Things called antibodies to recognize foreign proteins. What the coronavirus does is build one of those proteins so your body will build antibody so in it sees it next time it'll be flying around and catch it now. The cells that produce the antibodies are called b. cells and the b. cells can have a memory function means. They can sit around waiting to see the protein again and then produce much. Antibodies very very very quickly t cells sort of direct the b. cells in present the the present the virus to cells that kind of thing and that t cell and b cell. What's called cellular immunity as opposed to the humor immunity that circulating antibodies. We don't fully know function yet. We have a lot of information about the humor side. Which only about thirty percent of the people who've had covert retained humor immunity. That doesn't mean they don't have cellular immunity. That would work just fine so we don't know yet it's not been properly studied where they do have to draw some blood. They're going to have to see people that are actually exposed to the virus. And see i think what i get my t-cells checked. I can get your b soon with additive score. You can get a b. cell function now. Which i've had my memory cell function can be measured. Now it's not really easy to interpret flee turkey and the t cell function will be coming soon. There's the place called testing in pasadena. We get tested for be t be and And what would that tell us whether you had been exposed whether you have a immunity what you know sort of what your status is. Where are you at the resists -nother -nother clip purport gerrita poor suffering gary to look up on the internet. We have the we have the Cam video steve is still on with. Steve is still on us with us. I think it was senator ron johnson or basically said he had it and he had his immunity was i mean. He had his antibody jack. Antibodies and the checks are high so he's not getting the vaccine right and that would have been me except we're going to greece and a couple of months in order to get on the plane. I had to have the vaccine right. Otherwise i would not have taken it and then which is pisses me off. I mean i. I get it and i'm like all i'll do it but it pisses me off because that's not science right. That's the opposite of science and then he kind of went on to talk about kids getting vaccinated and he was a little a little hesitant about kids getting vaccinated and then think brian williams said that he was A puff a puppet of soviet government or something. Great glad yeah. I've heard it on talk. Radio gary will find it. Go ahead and do your arm and get to the The the summer camp clip. 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All right we'll take a quick break. We'll play the summer cam video right after this back. And let's see we have camp of video to To play this is what two days ago looking forward to this. This is good. yeah. I've not heard the whole thing about a. It's the camp things about a week ago. May fifth okay. Here's a weeks as you. Listen here we go so. We have two sets of guidance. We have guidance for masking. And if you're vaccinated and unvaccinated outdoors and we also have this camp guidance certainly if we have authorization for twelve to fifteen year olds and may get back. Sonate it before going to camp. That's what i would advocate for so that they can take their masks off outdoors. We also have lost camp guy. What happened outdoor masking. This is two weeks old or we called me. Don't need outdoor masking info. We have now so she was saying you have to vaccinated it to be outdoors without a mask now. We can be outdoor that a mask and we indoor without a mask for vaccinated. That's the curried got. What if you're thirteen and not vaccinated. I can't keep your mask on out. Seems like it. okay. I don't know about outdoors because they don't know not outdoors outdoors. They're saying. stop it. There's things to what but this is. This is a week ago this a week ago. She was telling do something right well by the way what everyone looks at me and goes while you. Just listen which is less echo. Are you fucking high. Say something different every week. Well here's here's the interesting thing by the way it's always doom and gloom. So that's why. I don't less so that you know we listen to your doctors clip the the physician that you interviewing with appropriately was making the issue making issue of. Hey give science a chance to yeah. He was making. That part of the problem is this isn't scientists is bureaucratic nonsense. This bureaucracy not functioning well and not using the science right. That's what you're reacting to. Just listen makes no sense because the science is weeks ahead if not months ahead of any bureaucratic change in position. That's what's disgusting. That's in the mean part. People suffer. sorry anyway she's going to continue on. Okay take their masks off outdoors. We also have guidance the camp guidance and the outdoor guidance for individuals who are unvaccinated. So those who are twelve and under who are attending camp and we have some availability of Not wearing your mask outdoors. In small groups in groups with other children were vaccinated. What we're really trying to avoid them. This camp guidance is what we saw in outbreaks and camps last summer. So if you have five ten year olds who are on a soccer field all in front of the same soccer ball. We're trying to make sure that they're not a lot of heavy breathing around a singular soccer ball with five kids around it at the same time but for spread out activities are outdoor mass guidance for unvaccinated people small groups allows for those kids to be vaccinated and we we really are trying to do is ensure that all these kids can have a really good camp experience and keep the camps open without any outbreaks wrong clip. Their clip is a couple of days old. And she's talking about her her son going to camp. Yeah but that were still informative about what again all the kids on the soccer ball. It reminds me of. Don't lay down your towel at the beach it reminds. It's we wanna keep telling you what to do right. You don't what's outdoors with a soccer ball and you wonder why it takes so long for them to adjust course think how many hairs they just split that little presentation those hairs off split again in the new policies right. This can take forever take forever to undo these policies. Well you can't un ring the dumbbell dumbbell ever these fucking idiots. Listen and then they move on with their lives and they have erroneous information and they continue to act this way and and then every you know everyone says who. What makes you think you know everything i don't know. What am i wrong. bitch wrong about. Parral shampoo fucking dog smell and cancer. What am i wrong about. What was it wrong about what this thing. The guy told me nine months ago not to walk on the trail. Something to fuck off. Who's who's wrong. Who's right. What did i know you think you know okay wasn't wrong about. I never used since that. You feel like you know everything you down. The data together having a pray impression a new. There's nothing going on outside. I always knew it and then the science is backing you up all always all eventually no not even eventual the beginning. Yes nothing here's the thing you have no science. That says you can't eat outside at a restaurant correct but your policy is no eating outside in a restaurant or let me tell you how i pardon the pun digest that i just hear the part where you have no data right if you had data than i would listen to you and at the point where you have a feeling about eating outside we do something to you. And the point which they're close now beaches. There was just gross incompetence. I mean it was just. It was glaring and confident force. Talk was fill up got that that's that that's that that corolla going on failed. Yeah guy's voice high guy. Yeah about that. Let's just not even go there corolla. 'cause i've been i've been listening a lot lately and people are people are talking. Let's just put it that way on small. The buzz to what's going on. I got a question well first question. We'll get to you drew you clown First question is when's the last time that Dr drew took your blood pressure. Corolla pressure been a long time. Maybe never who knows. I think you should have him do that on air. Because i've noticed you're cussing a lot more and i notice you're really You're angry you're just angry. Let me let me check check. Check that because a lot of people actually you for you. Your pulses yep a little bit hard up sixty something. Sometimes you're down the forties but a lot of people when they get angry. There's something as low as for a normal person. your yours is really low. Mathausen fella. Yeah he's low and a lot of people when they get angry. There's a misconception that when people get angry that their blood pressure goes up doesn't necessarily have cartoons for the guy's head turns into a tea kettle. Steam azharuddin doesn't really work like a lot of people. A lot of people get sort of little high off getting angry and it goes down. A lot of people could be you. Yeah well look. I got live at one of the worst states in the union. With more fucking nonsense going on around me then it can schick a stick at so you know a milan educated fella. I understand and there's one thing that you can't stand and that's dumb people corolla and i can see. There's a lot of stupid things going on these days and especially with the kovic and oh i love you. Let me for getting the shot correct. Let me correct everybody. I have great affection for dumb people. Ma the thing the creature on this planet. I love the most. Your dog fell yeah. He's the dumbest he's done but he's sweet. I don't want dumb people dictating policy on dumb people telling me how to live my life. I don't want dumb. People getting sanctimonious in front of me. You wanna be dumb. I got all love in the world for you. You're gonna be dumb and be gavin newsom and then create policy. Now have an issue with you. That's how it works all right. Let me hit Blinds galore blinds. Galore dot com for twenty years. Blinds killer has made it easy to get custom blind shades. 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Do we have that summer camp clip with regard camp. I have a sixteen year old every day every year. He comes home from camp and he writes the number of days until he returns to camp the next year this year. It got two zero. And i told him he wasn't going. I want our kids back in camp. You now have thirty eight thousand new infections on average per day last may eleventh. It was twenty four hour. Hold on and how much testing we were doing early. May last year of not nearly as much not nearly as much of my that be a factor might be like your you have twenty four thousand a year ago and you have thirty thousand now. But we weren't doing it has stan. Yep might that factor in it might. And and i i'm confused. She is advocating for vaccinating adolescence. Why isn't her son getting the vaccine. Isn't that it probably did. But he's he has a countdown clock like that big deficit or the people killed by smoking. That's up in manhattan right four going to camp but when it got zero. She pulled the plug on the clock. Everybody cruel she loves cam. Her son loves camp but he can't go. Let me hear that again. i. I'm gonna tell you something it's insane. There's an sharon also saying something about vaccines here to without saying it. Very concerning vaccinators approved. She's she's pushing it. The number of days until he returns to camp the next year this year it got two zero and i told him he wasn't going. I want backing by the way this is. This is more that feelings as a mother. Noah gives a fuck about your personal stories. I have a child. She's welcome in when you come into my home in front of child. This is a history on again. He has beads that he keeps in a mason journey. Takes went out there. Zac number beads between the time. He got home from camp last year. Three hundred sixty no nine dancer right. Got three hundred fifty or something. Yes three hundred fifty seven and he pulls a beat out every time and today when i saw the mason jar was open going to camp. Okay all right so let me spread this information. Because i'm a crazy. Gypsy lady has feelings about shit. Let me share this this trove of information with you people this on the cdc director. This is fucking incompetence of the highest order. She should be fucking shit canned. What are we listening to her for. I mean i'm not saying. Don't listen to her gender. Although i am i don't give a fuck about your feelings or your kid at camp right. You shouldn't be talking about this stuff. What should she you do. You know what she's doing with his kids again idea. They're in their sixties but all right go ahead. Grandkids lifelock everybody cybercriminals target job seekers now with fake postings designed to trick people into revealing their personal information and so security number. You need to understand how cybercrime identity theft or affecting our lives. We like the internet. 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Sorry gary gotta hear that from the beginning one more time must consume that one more time with regard to camp. I have sixteen year old every day every year. He comes home from camp and he writes the number of days until he returns to camp. The next year this year it got two zero and i love wasn't going this. Is this a sixteen year old down syndrome. Sixteen year olds. You guys remember being sixteen busy beating off and trying to make the football team and get lane. I didn't have a big fucking calendar. Eighty one but if this is your mom you'd be pretty stoked to get away from her. I can't even true is every single day. Yeah this is a junior in high school. Yes he's chasing puna ni this fucking time in his life or at least spending all his time backing off every day. You're right full of shit. There is not a sixteen year old ally. that's true. I'd be more apt to do that at my age and i would say by the way summer camp starts when school ends during the summer. Do you really need you. Have to sit there in october scratching on dates. Yeah look here's the deal full a. She's not going because he didn't want to go. It wants to get laid. Yeah gonna to all boys summer. That's true true. No something yeah gearless. The for the next show. We find out where this guy goes to school or how old he s. Because i i bet. I bet he's in the tenth or eleventh grade. And i bet he's trying to get laid of classes. That's what i'm saying. Yes scratching off days ago summer. Shitty is your home life. Yeah it's gotta live with this shrew as you know i i'm worried about what she's saying about vaccine here. Oh it's interesting handled all right. This saturday may twenty second jamming. The van Will do an ally pot out there. And then june eighteenth nineteenth golden colorado buffalo rose and anchorage alaska coots july third dot com for life shows and then you can subscribe to our youtube channel and watch him free. Stand up there. What do you got grew dr. Do dot com. Please go swing on by checkup. A guest on it for our contact list dr dot com and they'll see their why not get him vaccinated then he can go to camp. That's what she's she's in the video that's what she was advocating for and yet magically mike you know he just not going. She's not gonna vaccinate him. That's she's doesn't have a kid but like all the more reason she should shy. She's entitled to do that. Shot up you want people to get vaccinated. Don't don't show your hand. who cares you go. I got a son. He's for the camp. He's sixteen took all the jelly beans out of the jar. So now's cam time. So i got vaccinate now. You can go to camp safely. I told them not to go. What is that. And by the way. You're the director of the cdc. So i'm supposed to go kick. And i guess there should be vaccinated either like your kid all right So until next time. Sam for dr hussain mahalo. 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#1154 I'm Not A Hero, I'm Just Not Stupid

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

32:38 min | 1 year ago

#1154 I'm Not A Hero, I'm Just Not Stupid

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Somebody's something again. Why aren't well? I happen to notice things and I would like them fixed yeah because now I look. I'm a world champion notice Sir yeah but that just because I notice it doesn't mean it's not broken. I noticed that yeah now people do a like. Oh you notice everything. It's like yeah I do but it doesn't mean it's not so right well. I think what they mean when they say yeah that to be fair is why does it bother you so much and I'm a per IVO CDs so stuff bothers me crazy so I understand what that is. There's just like I I kind of window to do things and they just should be done the correct way. What's your kind of your are your profession? was that stuff you want. Things done finished just so whenever you know even if it's carbon your cars you wanted wanted you know yeah and some doing this thing with the Dennis prager called no safe-space. Oh Yeah and people were talking about that in the east by the way quite a little buzz about how October twenty fifth and the producers have been sending the posters posters and I'm not a graphic artist but I've made a few movies made a few posters and everyone kind of ways in like this about it or we don't like that about about it and one thing there's been a couple of things but the one thing that always kinda stood out to me is the poster depicted the Statue of Liberty. We're looking at an old poster. the poster depicted the Statue of Liberty but they had like tape over the mouth like you know more talking. The tape was a weird thick camouflage kind of a weird look look weird to me. I was like no tape I'd ever seen before so I get what you're doing. I get with the symbolism is but you need a piece the duck tape or or a bandanna rolled up or a band aid or something. You're showing me a weird thing. It's not really I don't know what to make of it and it's also like a little thick and a little weird and but I did what I always do. I go showed to Matt a show to feel the people and they're like yeah. What is that over her mouth? I'm like I don't know it's something that I it appears to to be tape or cloth or something but when you when you have duct so when you take a piece of duct tape and you put over their mouth. I don't know what this is. It is so I talked to the producers and I go hey. I like the poster like doing here. This part seems a little weird weird. I don't know what this what you're using here but it's it's bumping me. It's confusing. I don't know if you're going for something thing. I don't know what you're going for right but if you're saying Statue of Liberty's been silenced than duct tape or something that reads a little little more like zip it over the mouth kind of you want to imply that it's a little nefarious this they just kept sending sending me versions of it with this thing. What is what is that well feel and look at Ilfracombe free disagree with me? Look at it I it it reads. It reads US confusing Kerio Israel. Put it back on there. You don't have to get your girl with this. I don't know what it is is literally camouflage band-aid so I've sat with a weird reflection in the middle but it's got depth through it yeah which is weird okay. Some people said kind of looks like she has a Hitler mustache or like as as either a matter a blanket over her mouth so I don't know Gary you're smart guy. How does it read to you not as duct tape but I here's my thing with everyone I say eight everyone look I'm confused because in my world that would be duct tape over the mouth or a gag appall gag or Bandanna or something this reads leads is confusing to me but tell me what you're going for what you're going why you made that choice but you don't get that answer so I said and look make it duct tape or make it read something what it's what it's doing? Now is bumping meets confusing. I don't know what it is and they said we'll do and then they kept sending me versions of it and it never change and then I keep saying I mean I'd write these things whereas like like the poster looks great but I do think we need to work on this. I showed it to people it's confusing them. It's bumping them. It's not reading is tape or gag or what you wanted to read. I think we need to change it to something that looks more like duct tape and a certain point you know couple months. It's went by and then the movie's GonNa come out and then I do what I always do. I just sit at home and I go. Hey why don't you send me the latest copy of the thing and I know what the answer is and then you get it with this thing and then I have to write the email that's like hey I'm. I'm GonNa say this for the fifth time and then I'm not gonna say it anymore. You're fucking up your poster. I don't know why you won't listen to me but I don't ever want it to get to that. I think people there's other Oh you love it. No I don't love it. I want to tell you what to do the first time and then we shall sail along together. It's weird. I don't WanNa get to that point. I mean Matt can find an email from two months ago. I just went. This is bad this. This is not reading. That wasn't the last email now on the Nord. There was a conversation in person say it's reading thing is weird but here's my point drew. What why not what what is that? I I keep telling you I I think it must have. I don't know what it is but it must be something about the way people relate to you in and you must be contributing somehow. I don't know I don't have a good answer for it but I know that whenever something keeps happening to me I keep thinking I must have a role in it. Well something I must be doing something. I can't figure out what what the hell it was born so I guess yeah. I know I can't help you. I don't know what it would be because I don't react to you that way so I don't know it's it's positively mystifying to me as well Matt at some point. Maybe find the first email yeah. I did find one alice from August month ago. Read it after I. I tell you about farmers dog because I'm very excited about these people. My dogs are picky eaters they are they're not like Philly. He'd everything including my hand. They Farmers Doug. We didn't believe it at first but it is no fluke. It's real fresh fruit. It's delivered right to your door when we needed by what freaked out yesterday. Because you're running out she has fielded no less than seventy miles from your wife. Service podcast wants more of this now need it right away survive. I need it now. Get it to me. She freaked the hell out. We got back from New York and she was like the best thing ever happened these dark. They're losing weight. They're happy to eat all of it. They they're just exactly decorates pre proportion. It's really USDA fresh veggies they love then it's and you go online and you fill out this you thought essential medical questionnaire about your dog and and then they create this product specifically for your dog created with top veterinarians to make complete balanced proportion food. Don't worry about the overeater under feeding. It's it's all set you just carve it up and give it to them and they love it. Fresh dot means smoother coat regulator. Wait better poops which is true. My dogs have a get diarrhea all the time I am. There was the first thing we noticed we got home. 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I'm June where you were talking about the poster looking to dark and then there's a line here the tape on the mouth of Lady Liberty is unreadable and then there's a message in August no so yeah August said I also don't know if you've ever resolved the band aid duct tape on the mouth of Statue of Liberty but I would be interested in what you're fixed was the few people I showed it to also noted it played confusing and then if you want I can read the real Golden Ema that we wrote this morning. This is always the one by the way I'm accused of wanting to argue all the time it's not it's just the end starts with. Hey Ass wipe through. I showed it to people but it always ends with this yet so here's here's a here's here it is. I'm going to stay for a fifth and final time you have chosen to put some sort of camouflage gauze over the mouth of the Statue of Liberty. I've shown it to many people. Nobody knows what it is or what its significance is it even makes the Statue of Liberty Look like she has a mustache. I'm not sure why you refused to change this to date to tape duct tape masking tape anything but this but I'm stating for the final time it's a mistake. I'm done bringing this up up. If you'd like to make a confusing movie poster then by all means stay the course earn all right but I try to avoid that they ever explain what they're after what they're doing now now. They eventually just tried to change. They change it. Yes because of that but why not I've two thoughts. Why don't you see that it's not right where the wild asking a lot? No I disagree because everyone I showed it to his confused by November choice to do something like that. There's something wrong and they made the choice and they're gonna see it the way they see it but there's plenty of competent people around announed weighing in with think that's those are the ones I blame the guy that made the choice I sort of blaming you made the choice a horrible choice but when the competent three competent people in the cubicles next to raise their hand or did they change it did they. One must assume we don't Adams the quiet. Miami is getting through the original just curious the original artiste. I don't know I feel like I have way a way too. Many of those conversations sure a lot. This is a movie poster. I'm not producing the think of all the stuff I I we do produce and how often that has to happen now again. You're allowed to go. Hey I like it and here's what I'm doing. Here's why which again I would be very curious. I mostly expect like my fear is oh. They're gonNA change the something else hideous now duct tape. That's it you can you can be anything but confusing yeah. That's I've you said that a million times and a poster jingle a choke no my when famously when somebody says Bernie Sanders you want the rate to be seventy percent for anyone who makes over two hundred thousand dollars why don't are you paying seventy percent ice hit pause on the TV of life and I go oh. I'm poised for a good answer like I am now ready to receive a good answer. I do WanNa hear what people were going for or whether thank you yeah yeah whatever and then you hit play and they go. Why don't you you pay seventy percent and Persian goes? I'm not I'm not saying people should pay seventy. You're saying well you paid. If you go there is no. We're not getting a good. We're not getting an answer. Yes terrible but don't you feel like adults or doing. Yes you that Oh yes. I know you're what am I I can tell you. It's what it is so I didn't WanNa play the you know. I didn't WanNa do it a Tantrum but here's what I do want. I do want a better post their known I'm saying hey what what's the content like. He tells a little bit about the content of the dock Glenn and it's I think the timing is perfect. It's kind of going through the campuses going through our society and figuring out what the hell happened with free speech and wise it under attack and chronicling some of the particular particular cases the Ben Shapiro and the Evergreen University and things like that WanNa yells you that one. I can't remember all that we did the evergreen one was particularly eye opening because it was eerie because the professor presser was liberal yeah very liberal guy the own and the one is in there too yeah I do but these are liberal guys guys who are riding their bikes into work and being tracked. I mean literally like at some point. The police are going to get out of there. We can't protect you like ah getting into some weird waters here. You know what I mean but obviously the real breakdown down is the guy I mean. The Guy who's running evergreen is telling the cops go home and not wanting to agitate agitate the two kids which is then putting Weinstein the professor endanger obviously when he's telling the the luck the here's my thing here's my thing in life. When I hear the politician up up on stage going free dental free medical free college free lunch Free Prenatal Free K. through through whatever free I don't blame her? She's lying and she wants your vote. The people that scare scare me are the people that are in the audience going crazy yeah that the group that scares me sure. She's just fucking trying to get him. She's an actress trying to get a role sure win academy award the people in the audience going nuts. Those are the scary people to me and the students are bunch of fucked up nineteen year olds. I don't care about them. It's the fifty seven year old guy who's supposed to be in charge. Who's WHO's just rolling out the red carpet and it's like they've taken over the library and they've been there for a week and they've shut it down that guy? That's the scary guy to me. They are just acting like goofballs did in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine although they had a 'cause back then but either way they're doing what they're doing. It's the new wrinkle in this whole mess. Is that dude. That's the new the kids have always been the kids. They've always been pushing up against. It's whatever they feel like they used to have Vietnam War Nixon and busing civil rights these have real stuff to push against now. They don't have anything anything to push against what they're going to push against it anyway because they're fucking nineteen and that's what nineteen year olds do. The big question is. What's the fifty one year old? What's he doing? What's wrong with you those yes? That's that's the question it's not kids. Cursing out teachers is not really the problem. It's Gavin newsom some putting legislation for to not get them suspend. That's the problem drew. Yes one hundred percent has thaw all right. Let let me hit the TRUECAR sixty seconds. That's how long this commercial asked. What else can you do in a minute offer on your car? How bad it go to truecar? Use Your smartphone or computer. Enter your license plate number. Watch your car's details. Come popping up answer a few questions. Get an accurate true cash offer from your local truecar certified dealer then bring your car and they'll check it out with you. They'll do it together. Ask Ask questions get answers. No surprises leave with your check or trade your car in for new ride when you're ready to experience better way to sell a trade in your car. You always go through cars. If we're going new truecar quiz drew used do or used truecar true yeah okay so that was a twin used truecar new car or you want to just drop it off often leave with a check truecar true car today baby yeah. It's a good movie it's interesting and it has folks from all walks walks alive all the different sides so I was listening to a podcast with the dean of the law school at Yale when that whole thing broke out and he's written a new book about how this story. I don't really know it very well. It was a husband and wife team that you know the scary league I can give you the stupid guy cliffnote. What's the wife basically came out and said everyone needs to calm down? People are wearing Halloween costumes and you're sucking the fun out of everything they the she and her husband were both professors lived on the campus and students started coming picking their home. The husband went out very calmly and very sanely income mm-hmm. We tried to debate with these people for about an hour and eventually they just started shouting over him and threatening him and they were told to leave their home on campus because the police couldn't ensure their safety and the administration did nothing right essentially nothing again that's that's that's the wrinkle the the rule the rule of law and so so the whole the whole toossion did nothing and so the the he was saying that essentially truth has been under attack that there's no discipline disciplined for ascertaining the truth school one of the one of them Im- important Pho Sai of education was always analytic thought process to arrive at the truth breath and that is no meaning with the Post structuralist post modernists in and it's why this such a big difference between a cy the stem the science where accuracy truth understanding reality is the whole pursuit and then having a discipline of thought around that everything is evidence base. Everything has to have you you know sort of logic argument Tatra that is completely tossed out in many of the humanities now and him he's arguing. That's that's a huge problem. It is because it's back to where that would be left with how I feel but my cognitive distortion is what my experiences that's it well. That's I mean talking talking about. How you feel is what started this whole sort of slow motion dreamers that you're left with? If you have no truth bend fail well people been living there truth which is our view. Yes which is which is an issue and it needs to be stamped out like it doesn't need to be negotiated with part of the problem has been the adults not being the adult bright part of the problem and not this stamping this stuff out in its Infancy Vinci the people have been wanting to be nice and negotiate and go well. You live your own truth man or you got you know will agree to disagree. I mean the the reason everyone thinks I'm an asshole is because I don't go along with all this yet and it's an easier life. If you go along with everything I'm not a fucking hero. I'm just not stupid. I'm just I am honest if you if you float something to me and it doesn't make sense it's out tell you it sounds fucking dump. There's something wrong with it. You know when people are telling me all about peanut allergies. I'm not listening to them. I'm telling him the wrong and everyone's like looking at me like it. Come on get some more pure out. Put some more sunscreen on get get your get your kid a helmet. I'm going now now now now. It's not because I'm it's not because I'm a Dick it's because I feel intellectually dishonest. I know something's wrong. I shall say something about it and if you say you know how many times I say to people I don't use soap. I don't shower and they go. Oh gross gross grow well. That's the reaction. That's what they're going to say now if they say what about you Adam you go oh shampoo. I love it twice. A day. Nothing better they go yeah okay and they move on Yeah. You're you'RE GONNA fuck and deal with it. If you WanNa tell people the truth yeah and if you arrive at the truth ten years before the truth fucking shows up at the station the guess is going to tale that for ten years I've to fucking get yelled at for ten years until the Shit comes around and then Teller WanNa kiss my fucking hairy ass. It's people not standing up well to be fair when you say that I just think about the entire duration of my relationship with you and twenty twenty years ago when years ago I was being lectured it's not right victims rape survivor. I say who cares who cares breath breath. Hey come on. That's experience. It's I go who cares you. Just changing fucking worked. It does make a difference to me. I tried to get me to use news. All the words try who told a fuck off from day one day one literally was twenty three years ago. You need a brain vacation and oedipus stupid commercial because this is not good history will not be kind to this promise. What about when we're going to w the W W W W W W we're in Chicago but I should? This is the worst fucking campaign I've ever heard my life you sit. Ah by the time we finish during the commercial over so it's not wish you ever did this. You'll wish you never did DUB DUB DUB DUB LO okay fine so everyone on the set thinks I'm an asshole everybody in that fucking room thought of the Dick because of explaining to them that this is a horrible idea idea but they don't care they wanna fuck and go home this is this is similar in my book to the Statue of Liberty Somehow how yes Miller thing. I'm not here to fight with you. I'm here to make your poster better. If you WANNA fight it'll turn turn into a fight. I'd like to make the poster better well. That's exactly he's told the producers about the commercial and they went yeah. Read the copy yeah. You know what I used to say. What I'm saving you your salary? Yeah you don't understand that you're not good at this and that that would work well you actually were. I don't think included that second part you would say I'm saving them from yourself. I'm saving you from yourself. I I'm not I I don't WanNa do this and it'll be the best thing for you. Somebody else does save you our friends at lifelock this year. 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That's what I'm saying. Obviously it is wearing out while I'm saying why is that why we why biting and don't get you've not seen it of the Washington. Redskins were around for eighty one years. No one gave a shit then for seven months. Everyone went nuts over the name and now gives a shit again. So what am I supposed to do. Go all in all in on the concept when it comes up so recall all that outrage what would be expressing emotion. It's righteous indignation of virtue signaling well. I don't go in for that. Here's like fucking helmet for son's head like how come this. Does it success now something maybe for tomorrow so I find curious. I'm going to pick your brain on this. which is that that not like back in until ten years ago or certainly twenty and thirty years ago the only group that expressed anything like indignation in out rage was like aristocrats superwealthy thirsted bucket Howell had outraged? I never I love He. What Oh my God and all of a sudden everybody's but he's decided that the that's appealing emotion that was something we make we make fun of love to route the last hundred years? How many monocle falls out look that ah that stuff shirt these outraged by everything now outrageous somehow a currency that we like the collect an own? It's weird. I have an answer for for you tomorrow show perfect. Are you going to be high. Wait all right this Friday. You can go down to Lexington Kentucky and see me Osteo Live pod comedy off Broadway got Amazon Com stuff's coming up show's coming up all over the damn place man and check out not Taco bell material grow your magic out dot com next appropriate doctor grew saying Mahala this is Corolla Digital Ludo. TV The leading Free Streaming Television Service Watch over one hundred channels and thousands of movies on demand completely free Pluto Pluto TV never asked for a credit card. You don't even need to sign up to watch for free. Publicity is easy. 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#1045 Well, Now You're Getting Fired, Fatass

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#1045 Well, Now You're Getting Fired, Fatass

"Thanks for listening to the atom and Dr drew show on podcast one. Commercial real estate challenges for a hundred and sixty years companies around the world have trusted samples for expert guidance and perfect workspace solutions. See what samples can do for you at samples dot US. Recorded live at Corolla one studios with Adam Corolla and board certified physician and addiction medicine specialist. Dr drew Pinski. You're listening to the atom and Dr drew show. Ramming. I get on man. We do. Hey, no. I'm this doing getting it on drive and draft. You don't watch you drown. We'll need a slide. Whistle trapped. No, dropping trial was pre slide. I mean posts slide. Whistle is it. Oh, yeah. Okay. Yeah. But I still make trial happen traff. This is why it's good not to get caught up with these kinds of sayings. 'cause then they go away, and they're like hairstyles, and you feel embarrassed when you see an old picture of you with that hairstyle where you hear an old recording of you saying drab and draft. Although I used to say it a lot right? You like to support our sponsors? You can search blue EMU and on Amazon three drew lifelock dot com, promo code, Adam. And truecar everyone loves truecar dot com. All right. Let's see drew. You gotta. I was just I was saying off the air how how your handicapped by being right? You know, what I mean that people shouldn't? We were talking about our wives, handling financial affairs and things and you you brought something up to an end. She said trick trick question in behind that is though that you're wrong or something you're bringing up is sort of inaccurate. Which is what we're normal people are used to. But we're not used to taking somebody whatever they say at their word necessarily without questioning it you're saying people, I kinda marvel at this a lot which is people are way to pre wired or easily triggered to say things to me or anyone else that are kind of fly in the face of. What is and what I'm saying? I don't think they know what they're saying. I give everyone forgiveness because I don't think I think they're doing things from a reactionary standpoint or a. Connect can I let me just say let me just finish vocabulary lesson. Yes, reactive reactive reactionary means like conservative like you're trying to roll things back to a previous era rampant always use that term wrong. Sorry reactive. Maybe Gary look it up just to make sure the executive. Oh, you we've talked about this foreign I think I remember you being right? Sorry. Thank you. Grant, give reactionary political science go to the the definition. There. We go. Posing political social reform. It's sort of reactionary means go to drill it back down back to a previous era right reactive. Yeah. I was trying to think of us trying to think of was reflective which is like I was standing out front of the studio few days ago. And I was talking the Kaelin about pulling a Bill Maher clip, and they're both clips I paid played for you a couple of days ago. There's one a Bill Maher sort of in a rush before the show. I should there's one of Bill Maher Bill Maher saying, hey, I don't need to need. I don't need them. All report. I know there's collusion. I have a TV shed, I'm paraphrasing. And then after that one of his guests the girl says, I know it's all doom and gloom. But. There are some good things. And so we go grab those clips there in the same. I don't know thirty second time period twenty minutes into the show. Go find them get them ready. Okay. Later on. He. Has the Bill Maher statement? And I said, then what about the one with guest the girl when she gives her? It's not all doom and gloom. And he said, oh, I just got the something something. And I said what about I need to get? I totally get the girl who does it doom and gloom one. And he said, you never told me that. Oh boy. And I thought I don't know why you're saying that to me because I did say to you would it be. Let's remember it. Right. Gas would it be acceptable to you. If somebody said, I didn't remember you said that I that's perfectly acceptable. And then I yell at whoever says that to me don't say that to me don't think that way I stood there. And I told you those two things you don't remember one of them. You didn't have a note pad. You weren't writing it down. That's not really your fault. Because I told you come here. So you basically like a waiter, and I'm going here's my order, and you didn't have your Pat on you. And that's fine. You some people many people can only process so much information. But don't tell the guy who. Ordered. You didn't say Cole saw. Yeah. By the way, how many times you guys been to arrest? Ron where you said to someone. They order like comes back and go ask for no man as on this. You said extranets like, yeah. Of course, I didn't say that. Right. Why would I if I didn't want manny's, can you guys think of the last time you didn't want something? But you just said gimme extra that thing. I don't like. It's a weird. It's a weird thing to sort of say to the person you never said that like. I said it I will accept I forgot or I didn't hear that part didn't process it or I was confused, but they go you didn't say that. I fired I fired my pool, man. Well, Lynette fire. My pool. Well, took a while. I've heard the pool guy because. Had a bunch of rain a bunch of floods much leaves and what your stuff and literally created this ring of broken leaves and soot around the pool stir round the pool, and I went out there like when he was there on Wednesday. And I said. Do I need to say anything. But I just went out and went, hey, man, the pool that the leaves gotta kinda ring around it. So make sure and get that off. And then he goes. Yeah. Okay. And then I went back in the house, and then the following week after he showed up or whatever after he left. I came back home that night, whatever. And the ring was just around the pool. Got to be kidding me. I mean, I literally went out like pointed at it and reform. No now, nothing and no need to be raining and flooding and then the next week he came back, and I went out to him. And I said, hey, man last week, you're here, I told you get this ring off around the pool, and he said, you didn't say that. Oh, Jesus house like. Bye. See ya. All right. Well, now, you're getting fired fat ass. Like, okay. I I did. Secondly, I'll be the worst person in the world if I didn't say anything, and then just came out and said, hey, remember, I told you this. I was gone. But you also have to think that makes me insane and bad person. Like, all right. You're right. I never left the house. I'm insane. I'm cruel, by the way. Like, I hate pool man, but you know, to too I did tell you. But I shouldn't have had this tell you anything your you're to clean the pool. So I did tell you. But even if I didn't still can do your job, right? Like cleaned the scub- around the pool. So. I did. But what a man would do. I March back in the house and told my wife to fire his ass will done chew she enjoyed that. Then I hadn't seen now. Then add one of the most insane conversation ever had in my life. I got to hear this how it's one of the best. Wait, what am I got here? So let me do it. I got in my many. Endeavors. I've had to help people with aches and pains, and as well as physical and mental issues blue EMU has been trusted by Merrick over fifteen years to support healthy muscles and joints. They have not produced an Amazon coupon code made specifically for our audience. 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She said this guys weren't a different hand. Well, you know, you can I've been known to change a hand seven days time it could happen. I mean, a master disguise course, not regular like master disguise. Switch hats. And she said, I don't know a little heavier set. I go. I dunno guy was pretty heavy set. I don't know. I don't think it's him. I think it's him. And then at some point, I just turned her, and I go did you fire the old guys, you know? Well now. I'm almost sure. Almost. There's I'm leaving a little window of opportunity of negligence here, but it'd be shorts that guy. Yeah. Now, I think she has a different version. Recall, go and fire might then it seems like you know, now we were hiding behind the sofa. You have to hide from your you have to hide from the people who work at your house. Don't you know, that didn't know that you don't move or you walk into your house, and there's a big sliding door. And you see the gardener out there. You gotta hide base. She'll it's weird. You don't have that. Oh, I have that relationship with everyone in my yard. You don't hide from people in your yard. I don't I really don't. But then they they see you. Then they see. Yeah. It's weird. They may want to have I contact conversation. They wanna they may want something through. Oh, hey, man, you're gonna finish that sandwich. Also, they may judge like jeez. I'm on my third house in your new sweatpants going on you got to have. You know, what I'm saying you want avoid that. Drew you go right HIV? You hide you hide like idea sweatpants mean HIV you're walking around in plain sight like a coward. That's true. You hide with the nobleman. Okay. See I have the big windows like you do. Those big window. So that's trouble. I don't like that not at all. Now. Sometimes you think they're looking at their own reflection. I'm saying, but you don't know. And you can't chance it Leon. Yes. Hi, gentlemen. How are you? Both doing tonight. Good forty nine San Diego. What's going on? Not much. I just want to say I've been listening to you guys for almost twenty years now. Thank you, welcome. And I actually had a question about that your love line days. This is the both of you undoubtedly you guys, you know, received a lot of calls from people who are in in terrible situations abuse, addiction, you know, as you name it. I was wondering how much empathy you guys each of you ended up feeling for those strangers during those calls, and if it was a good amount how you guys would dealt with such feeling on a nightly basis like that. Or if it was some point where you had to learn to vote but off emotionally, and if that if that was the case how that affected your feelings empathy for people in general. He's all right. I have a couple of modes. Go ahead. Now, they'll answer I draw huge. Distinction between people that have their situation imposed upon them the victim of molestation or now we've had to. Yeah. Versus people kind of do things to themselves. My feeling between doing you know. It's like somebody dies in skydiving accident, you feel bad. But you're like, well, you went skydiving and now you dead, and there's a feeling of like, okay versus oh. She was just going to the store to get her kids some formula and a drunk driver. You know, jump the curb, and I think I have sort of those kind of thoughts and the other kind of part is. I sort of felt like a paramedic. Who was like doing his job really start crying by the guy in the motorcycle? Right. So we both repeat we've said that many times over the years. We felt like we were paramedics we had some there's something we came upon. We gotta take care of it. So there was a kind of a professional distance. But we also had to have really significant empathy to figure out what was going on. Because all we had was their voice to I don't mean this because I think empathy. Sounds too much sympathy. Yeah. And then people think it's kind of a I don't know pseudonym set Asudin him. Yeah. So I'm not talking like for like sympathy. Yeah. I'm not talking sympathy or compassion. I'm talking empathy. We had to kind of feel what was going on and react to it. Hey, Gary long as you're looking up stuff that the definition of empathy? I empathize to me feels like I a it's putting yourself. Another person's spy essential. It feels like a more mature version of sympathy sympathy with the ability to do something. Yeah. This is understand. The key thing is the ability to understand the feelings of others reporter with sympathy with understanding of sensitive of awareness of fellowship, fellow feeling. Yeah. It's it has many definitions feels like sympathy with the mission. I seem to remember being told that sympathy is you feel bad. For somebody empathy as you feel bad for them because you've been through a two. No, empathy empathy. Is you use your mic, healthy empathy? Hell tree is you have a full appreciation of what the other person is experiencing as though you were able to put yourself in their shoes. But you maintain a boundary where you don't and compassion can be deep sadness and all kinds of horrible feelings about what's happening for somebody at one. Feels more empathy feels more mature it is it is more and more. Like, we can do something that's sympathies for you. So his back to his the question. I have to do that all day everyday with patients. So it's nothing unusual in my world in my life to be doing that on the radio doing the clinic. Whatever it is what I do all day. And if you maintain good boundaries, you don't you're not deplete about in fact, you're sort of kind of energized by because you make a difference, and you and you attune with somebody you kind of commune with them aware. So this not depleting, it's not necessarily depleting was it ever depleting. I mean, really the the call part of the hours. No, I my I I don't have that empathy. I just sort of have the you have mister, spock's empathy. Yeah. Well, no my yes. Yes. Well, my thing is let's try to fix your problem. Right. And me feeling bad for you is kind of neither here nor there. I almost look at it is you're telling me your car broke down. And I don't wanna feel bad for the car. Just went try to fix it. Right. You're you're more pattern recognition. Mr. Spock calling a mechanic, your ask them how to fix something? And I'd like to fix it. I'm trying to feel it. Right. That's how I could say. Hey, your age to age six whatever I just feel it. All right. Let's see drop in a family similar to mind. Why is there? Another family to yours jock forty five San Francisco, gentlemen. Can you hear me going on? Yeah. I'm probably the only white guy with more white privilege than our friend. Adam. Yeah. If you're okay with me kind of speaking freely. I use craft language to describe myself and family, it's like a coping mechanism is that? All right. Yeah. Yeah. So net net is I've got really bad PTSD any dry and have tried everything under the sun and can't make any progress and on a daily basis, it's like having constant adrenaline, rush and fear combined with you know, I'd jump whenever I hear anything that kind of thing and several doctors, and they're pissed of suggested I have general anxiety disorder and PTSD, but let me kind of paint a picture for you. And my question is Dr drew what can I do after trying all the normal stuff? Right. The picture, right? So biologically, my parents, if you remember Harry from night court parents met in that state hospital, and that's where I was conceived. I don't know what their disorders were. But they were fucking crazy. My dad died before I ever had a chance to meet him. And my mom was crazy. Ticking away put in fineman, exactly fast night court that take place in Chicago, but hairy parents crazy. If you go back, and look it up that was his story by Harry was always dive, man. To night court. Like nude bowl. Anyway, let me continue. Oh, you don't you. Don't get night court wherever those. It does say here on the Wiki just back. Our caller up that his parents were former mental patients. Okay. What what? But they're crazy. Awful once bowls backstory. I wanna know let's see it says. Wow, his full name was no strongest bull, Shannon, seemingly dimwitted hulk of a figure who is actually patient gentle and childlike he was fiercely protective of Harry bowl was known for his catchphrase. Okay. And clube to his forehead when you realize you've made a mistake mole have been filming. That's just about the actor. How lazy do you have to be a writer where coming up with a catchphrase? Like, hey, how about here come the judge already used it? How like Fonzie can't really do that. It's a catchphrase how about okay? Are you saying, okay? No, okay. For catcher. Okay. Let's eat lunch. Think about this. No, the his catchphrase. Like, remember what you talk about with this one is. Okay. We'll pitch to me. And we'll see if it's his good is. Okay. No. I'm not saying, it's okay. I'm saying, okay. That's his catchphrases is okay. Not since the rapper common. If I heard such a lazy phrase, Jack, thanks for the detour. So anyway, you know after child protective services found out about my parents. They put me in foster care. Okay. Then I was a Dopp did the parents physically abused me and serially raped. My sister's not everything everything that under the phone. Right. So I ended up getting taken away from there. Their homes. One of my foster. Parents ran the child porn business and ended up on America's most wanted. He's doing life in prison. They were abusive on drugs of us. My sister again by the time eighteen perking, you know, pretty far gone and then ended up homeless and have. When people hear you talk. So they get louder kind of a weird thing. But don't they have a screening process for you with Auster? Parents you think I was a Catholic big brother is a pretty rigorous auto screen. How dare you check. All right, forgetting animated them all this. That's all right. I'm not asking for sympathy. I'm doing great. I race cars. I mean sales for Microsoft, I make more than all my parents, combine them out happy, father and husband, right? But my an aid is non responsive. I've tried. I've tried cognitive behavioral therapy of tried. Well, you know, Wellbutrin or whatever those are called and nothing where I have just constant anxiety. Dry beer long-term intensive psychotherapy. I spent thousands of dollars out of pocket because I'm with Kaiser and ties friend it. And I've, you know done everything within Heiser. I'm not crazy. It's just unresponsive. So you've not you've not done long-term intensive emotion focused therapy, which is. might were. I don't know what that is helped me understand. I've done like partner behavioral therapy and things like that. What is the Gary? We've got the sue Johnson episodes like eight or something the doctor podcast. It's behind a paywall, unfortunately, but hold ops owed fifteen. And then we also do weekly infusion episode forty. So HR. Bad as you find out. What that is there? We talk about it in detail how that works, and it would be a long time. And it would be a couple times a week. And that's an option giving you tried everything else. And also you can try stronger medicine. You're right. Okay. I wouldn't go wouldn't be super happy with the whole class is a medicine. You have you tried you? But go ahead stifle yourself. Yeah. Your bright guy. You've got a lot of tools is kind of not turn the tools on yourself. You know, me, especially I I don't know if you don't feel like you have the money or the time or or the whatever it is. I'm the more. I think about the died in the cold dunks in the pool and all that kind of stuff it certainly couldn't hurt. But it certainly gets you to some place emotionally that makes you here's an interesting thing, drew. I've always kind of said like, oh when you're being chased by bear. You're you're not wringing your hands. You know, you're not you're not cutting on yourself. You're not doing anything. You're just running from a bear. And. Let me let me paint you picture. Drove something. I I was thinking about I find it almost profound. Okay. Okay. Lifelock tease it and I'll tell you about lifelock the IRS is warning taxpayers businesses and tax professionals to watch out for predators fishing for personal information during taxis, and if scammers get their hands on your data or previous tax return. They can use it and all the info in it to fill out their returns, and they file the returns. And then you file your returns. And then the scammer got their first and the IRS thinks you're the guy who's doing the fraudulent filing is an absolute nightmare. I'm currently flagged for identity theft with the IRS. I've spent no less than twelve hours on the phone with them in the past two months. It's terrible. Good luck on ringing that bell. Man. That's why you need. Lifelock. Lifelock got the power of Norton security to help you if this happens. A you. But it's not gonna because you got lifelock they help fix identity theft related tax. Rod says a prom agents will work to fix it. Right. Drew, no penalties NFL cybercrime or monitor transactions at all businesses. But lifelock with Norton is powerful protection for your identity and devices for taxis and then beyond go to lifelock dot com or call one eight hundred lifelock use promo code Adam for ten percent off your first year that is promo code Adam at lifelock dot com or one hundred lifelock for ten percent off. All right now. My profound thought I'm ready realized is long as you kind of have things in front of you that are goals, or sometimes fears or just things that are in front of you to focus on or even distract you that what you're living with the media. Is not as is. It's not as powerful when you're looking. So it's like you've never found yourself. Feelings are feeling anything when you're serve looking across something at something going here wonder about that over there. You're not really in your moment to speak. I know Oprah wants you to live in your moment. All the time. You're not feeling whatever you're troubled with ample involves myself, imagine that imagine example, evolving, you may. I ready ready. I have a totally I take the dunk in the pool. I was so funny. So I go out I took my daughter school. This morning's like early got went outside the car was parked outside and the drive. It was cold and always marvel that I'm wearing sweat, pants and sweat jacket. And we jump in the cars. Ooh, it's cold up here in the foothills the cars sitting outside overnight like it's really cold in the car, and I turn it on turn the heat all the way to put the heat the seat heater on and everything and talion ounces cold, and I go. Yeah. It's going to warm up in the second. But of course, the cold air is blowing through and I'm like, I'm uncomfortable. Now earlier later that morning I'll go out to the pool because I gotta throw myself in the pool. Yeah. I found myself standing outside of the pool while it's dark and blustery rainy or misty were the steam coming out of my mouth. It's forty four degrees outside. I'm just standing there during while it's raining. Steam coming in my underwear outside at six hundred morning, and I've no thoughts about standing outside my underpants because I'm staring at the pool, and I'm going that's going to be. It's gonna stink. Yeah. Now, I'm outside the pool. So I'm in good shape here. I'm not I'm not in a dangerous. So it's relative sensory experience. Man, is it relative. You're standing in the foothills in Jatta at six fifteen in the morning in the coldest winter we've had it's raining outside the steam coming here. Mouth in your in your underpants in your outside and your pool going. I got I got a summon this up to get into there. But I don't feel any discomfort. Where I am now. Right. It's weird. It'd be cold in the car. That's forty degrees. Warmer. I am such a push with the car. I bet the COPA was both a tough and you for everything else. No. I in a weird way. I made it makes me laugh at how vulnerable. I am. Because I go when I get in the car, and again, it was like it was forty one degrees. Last night. The car's all metal outside at seven forty. It's cold in the car, and I laugh at me, wearing sweat pants and sweat jacket being cold in the car. The only thing about Chuck that I would say separate from your recommendations is you have no anxiety, and no pulse. You need to stimulate yourself. Yes. Too high a pulse too, much anxiety. He's bring himself down. And so doing things sometimes will spin it further. When you're already in that, hyper dynamics date. So we gotta get him down somehow. And you know, I that's why I'm thinking maybe some more significant medication not addictive medicine. But not Benz as opinions, but Ron stuff out there that kind of could might take the edge off to begin. Then just really slow down to work on the therapy. 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#1058 The Mom Gear

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Hey, man. I wanna thank blue dash EMU dot com. Code three. Drew get shipped dot com slash ADS. Lifelock dot com from Kodama, truecar dot com yester. Got a lot for someone with the tire. Dude. What's going on here? I am dressed up. My did three segments with Tucker Carlson today. Three like different shows or threes back toback sequences and one show. I did three he's doing like what's going on on college campuses? Or why did school with you know, micro? And you know, Mike rose all about teaches kids a skill and get an, internship, or whatever, and I'm sort of that school to that school of non school school. And then Gary like that was impressed with that. The school. It's a good one. I'm from that school. Yeah. Thank god. Gary's here to appreciate things who's impervious. Gary appreciating appreciated what Gary appreciate Gary appreciating? You take me through Gary. Okay. I'm not I'm not smart enough to appreciate it myself. Now, you're just you're used to my wit. So it's neither here nor there. Now, I did his show a segment on his show, and then I did two other segments. We just kind of Bank him for other stuff. Anyway. I'm fond of him and abroad brought him in here. And I had this instinct, and I gotta say I've been following my instincts a lot lately where I go like, hey, get Tucker Carlson in here. And I'll have I thought I had about fifteen or twenty minutes with him. But we ended up going about forty five fifty minutes. But I had this instinct, which is instead of talking politics with Tucker Carlson, whichever one does, you know, about border security air about the Miller report, or whatever it is. I wanna talk about his family of origin. And we came up and things he doesn't talk about very often. And he doesn't talk about them very often because he grew up out here in studio city. Really he grew up in the know that girl. Well, sorry, he spent zero to six or seven in laurel would Hebrew heights. You know studio. City up there of above Ventura boulevard area above do pars. Right. And then when he was six or seven seven, I think it moved to LA Hoya. The point is is his mom at age when he was six his mom laughed and his mom left, and she didn't go to Indiana. She went to France, and they never saw each other again. And he literally, you know, she passed just a few years ago, but they want forty years, and they never and he never saw her again with the other siblings. He has a brother who's a year and a half younger than him who he says his best friend, and he evidently. Had a very good dad and had a good life and had some privilege and some money, and in sort of was able to kind of spackle over a lot of the holes that are missing. You know, there's mom eventually. They're eventually step mom who he looks at his mom and all the things that could happen that would help in that situation helped. But it was a very interesting thing. So we were sort of I was kind of drilling down on where he gets his smarts. Now. Attitude. I don't mean attitude like like attitude in latitude, I mean, his position not sassy attitude, but just like where where do you process, and I started noticing as I watch his show a harem chime in on things and things of that nature. I thought we have a lot of the same approach to things are attitude about things, and I realized I think people like to think of it as a political thing, it's not a political thing. It's like a super pragmatic position or away. You look at yourself or the way you look at others or whatever it is. And I realize we go to the Crawley experiment on the out. We we share that same position. And I I realize I think there's something. Well, let's let's let's let's go this way. When your mom's Laurie Lachlan, and she tells you that the, you know, moon revolves around your your head every day, and that you should be everything that everyone at all times. All agree. We ruin a kid that with that with that way. What about a kid whose mom just abandon yo growth with? No, mom. Yeah. So grove, no mom who had that his Ryan Sigler also had that media comedian. And you end up thinking, you have this very nobody's going to do anything for me mentality because your mom won't do anything for you. Like, you don't expect the government where you're don't expect anyone to do anything for your own mom. Yes. Not doing anything for you. So you have this this the first thing that creates. All right. You're on your own. Yeah. You ever figure this out that was spec any hand at anyone's going to do anything for you? And you sort of take that and you just sort of extrapolate. It like you kind of go like when I hear it's my whole thing. Like when I hear the woman raise your hand at the town hall and go I'm of single mother of colored after what Joe Biden if you're voted in. What are you? And I go, no, he's not doing anything for you. You get nothing. Your life's going to be as bad or worse than it was or the same or whatever. Like, what are you looking? Don't raise your hand. You got to figure something out. It doesn't make sense that you're asking. Yeah. To me when politicians talk about it or anybody talks about it doesn't matter celebrity says are gonna make a grant we're going to build a. I wonder if that's because that's kind of how I am too. Not not as extreme maybe as you. But I wonder if it's just generally having shitty. Mom stuff. Well, let's because I Big Joe. So that to right. Let's let's think about this, Gary you can clear the small screen hair to Gary got none of that. Yeah. We would have the screen would have been cleared fifteen minutes, robbing planning a quarter birthday party bright now. So no, you grow up your mama's, you know. Didn't didn't check all the mom boxes? Right tucker's. Mom went to France yours. Never heard went to the bathroom is a room. Locked the door. Right. So you have this very strong. So what's a mom do? Well, what a mom does is she kind of fills unrealistic life expectations. So things that nobody else would do. Well, like, you say to your in theory, the save your dad, I wanna fudgesicle, and he goes, go out more the neighbor's lawn and then go liquors get pain. Go liquors earned go by you. Right. And your and your mom goes, I'll get you before you bring it to your room. You know what I mean? Well, not Armand. No. But what I'm saying, Gary. Magical mom, the magical moms the mom. Punisher? His mama do match bring it up to Simpson's shrine he'd lived in. And and so look I'm not making a judgment except for a little bit. But no, here's what I'm saying. I would never talked about this before no dads are sort of. Hey, study work hard at about represents society at large the man Ronald cadet. Like, the log ask you you get outta line. You're going to get the belt yet. You know, what I mean, which is later on you get prison or you get the courts or whatever. So the dads are kind of dads are kind of rooted and not the new, but historically, the patriarchy was kind of rooted in a kind of a grounding that was the football coach that was the drill sergeant. That was the cop. You know, what I mean that was the PE coach. Hey, boys. When more pushups and you wanna win that game. And then mom would kind of float in and and do the more Yun. Corny doff read the bed time the fairy tales and the bedtime stories and make I made you some jammies. You know, all that kind of stuff that was a little more pine the sky cater to me. Let's let's let fulfil a fantasy or dream or whatever it was. So. You now remove. The the fantasy part of childhood, and all you have is the nuts and bolts, so you've removed the mom the cuddling and the hugging, and I baked you a cake just because you're my number one boy or girl all that all that world, and you're left with just number crunching nuts and bolts, dad, right? So now you grow up with the fantasy of the mom is gone. She's she's split. Your mom is your mom. My mom is locked in a room somewhere. Young freak Tucker's moms and the south of France, blowing some this she millio she according to Tucker, there was some drugs, and there were some stuff and all the stuff and mix with a bad everything and just which is friends. No. That's the part that made it even weirder. Weirder. I I don't know. I didn't ask Tucker, but I had this. I was picturing a very good looking woman who is kind of in demand who didn't figure out who didn't want to hang out valley village, raise kids, and rather be in France and probably doing drugs coordinate. Oh, yes. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Probably probably high and wanting to be wanting to live with an artist, you know, and then she leaves then what no one wants her back after that. Now, she never wants to come back. It's bad. But the point is this. Tucker, and you and me never grow up. We don't have a pie in the sky gear. You know? And so we don't have that part where you say, look, everyone is entitled to world clan world class, healthcare and education, and someone goes who's gonna pay for it, and you go, hey, it's about two kids. Isn't it? Like, we don't have that gear because we have a gear of like who is gonna pay for it. And how those numbers gonna pencil out. And how's this gonna work, right? I think your mom is what gives you that pine the sky gear than we never have have taken of some acting in expectation wise is somebody doing something about this. Why somebody intervening who take care of these kids like what are we going to do? And it's so there's this part of life where you go. What are we doing with these kids in the border? They're being taken away from their parents or the ring taken away with the adults or traveling with them, and they're putting being put somewhere, and yes, it is it it's a cage, it's not a rabbit cage. It's just it's got it's got chain link on it because we want to protect them from the predators, and we don't know who their biological parents are and we need to suss this out and coyotes or giving these kids the guys that are trying to get asylum here, and then you make this proclamation. Well, there's gotta be a better way. And then you leave. Somebody's gotta fix this. And then you leave you, and I don't have that gear near Tucker because that's the mom gear. And so you just grow up in that world. What the chickens that are coming home to roost now, drew which. A whole bunch of young people that had the mom gear on the mom and the dance side. Now, we're totally fucked. You with me? All right, you go ahead. All right ship dating app. That's right. Lets you set up your friends seventy five percent of the ship. Users are women, right? Now's your guy head on in our good. Check it out if you're single you sign up your friends. 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I feel very simpatico with the way Tucker thinks and I've wondering where he how he got there. And I want I feel sometimes like I'm taking crazy pills because I'm sort of disappointing. Everyone what I think of is just sort of the truth and everyone else's making proclamations that don't make sense to me or can't be worked out or ever Chievo. And he doesn't he doesn't do that. So I was wondering what it is that caused us. We certainly didn't travel the same path in life. What does that do? His dad was in broadcasting weird. I believe and he moved again to the Hoyas. I don't know if the dad was taking a broadcasting job. I get the feeling it was we can find out. What is did? He mentioned he said broadcasting or NBC with TV station or something like that. Hey, Matt truecar at the end is correct. All right. Let's we'll we'll check into that. Anyway, I had this strong. Hunch that there was some through line with he and I didn't know what it was. So this even more, right? That's was wondering about the day that Monte makes perfect sense. I think that's correct. And I think you mind into something that we haven't really thought about you. You know, how we all have had this sort of mom deficiency syndrome, and what it does. I think there's I again, I think there's two things I think it is. Hit in the face with reality super early. Like, oh my God. We Kansas anymore. Kind of feeling, you know, seven eight nine years old of going. Okay. You're on your own. Let's figure this out. There's nobody's going to come pick up the not gonna clean up your mess. Don't do anything for you. So it's like it's weird super hitting the face reality. When everyone else is thinking about the Easter bunny, and Santa Claus your thick there about like, what am I gonna do my own like the weird sort of reality feeling that you? You want that introduced into kids lives incrementally over the course of a number of years, but not dropped on them when they're eight bright. Right. So there's that. And then again, the forementioned no one's doing anything for you. So you better pull yourself up by your own. And also weird sort of whatever happens you, you'll do it or you won't do it. You're in charge. What do you mean by that little born? I think Tucker's thing very strong and so's mice thing. Which is I'm Molina charge of whether I flourish or fail. Nobody else could have different. That's a different thing. Yeah. But it's a little connected to momma is not gonna go barge into the school until my counselor to fix things right for I get that. But you could also lapse in sort of a helplessness. Yes. You could look you you have to have a couple IQ's in a little, but the feel a little harsh of your destinies of to really feel that it's very hard thing to do not not feeling in charge of the desk. But more like you've broken down in the desert, and you have to walk Vegas like it's not so much. I'm taking control it's more. Like, oh, boy one foot in front of the other. You're going to die out here. If you don't start walking about now, that's sort of the more that than taking my act on the ROY. Owed and doing my thing. Did he identify with this with you? Did you share it with them? I mean, we talked about a lot of different facets of that. Tucker's, dan. Ran for mayor of San Diego. He's an impressive do stuff. He was also the CEO in ninety seventy became the CEO of king world public television. Was you know, Oprah wheel of fortune jeopardy. He's this guy's a beast. My dad now Tucker stat, right, coincidentally, he was also given not also, but he was given to an orphanage as a child. He was. Yeah. See if my dad hasn't I Gabby Bauge anyway. Not just all seas. Sad face. To be all. All right. Dominique thirty nine. Get on guys. Hey, oh that dominate like Dominico. All right. Okay. You black. No, no. I'm white. Parents are friends. Okay. Sorry about the cathedral. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Thanks. I have an update in question. If I have time I am. I if you have time I called you a couple of months going ask for advice about whether I have a third kid, and it really freed me up and my wife's now a month cream. Nice. Thank you very much. Yeah. You your wife wanted to be and you didn't want it. Yeah. And and you know, what you'd say item is how's this going to affect you in five years your relationship with your wife, if you say no to that? And that that was kind of out in doctor said, you know, the people who he wants to see I've kids don't always have enough kids know, we're doing really well and help and I remember I think it's a great situation. I remember a very strong feeling about that. So good view now next week. My next question is it's about my best friend who his marriage is really struggling has been for a couple of years in large part because she is well, they're not having sex. It's been twice in six months. Drew's amanda. He said, he's he's basically stopped asking for it. Because she'll always push it off or you know, if things are going, well, she'll push offer. She's too tired. If they're not going. Well, she said that she says, well, if you only treat me better, and she she won't go to counseling. He's going to counseling for years. He's really, you know invested a ton of this. I'm just wondering if there's anything he can kind of do or say, maybe would outlook the one thing I held she she's thirty four and had little kids. How three I mean. I you I talked. We're gonna colleges so, you know, the postpartum drops and libido could be profound. She's still breastfeeding three year old. No, yeah. But it's it sometimes biological where there's a shutdown of her system because God doesn't want to have any more kids. She doesn't want her kids and literally the biologist show closes up. And there's ways to improve that. Okay. Well, think about if so you gotta check the sort of physiological stuff. Yeah. And then you can move onto the emotional stuff. He's doing their up here. That's good. She wants him to treat her nicely nicer, that's appropriate. But there may be a biological component. That if we could get that sort of maybe any medication no medication. But she doesn't want to do therapy with him. She went a couple of times and said, it's not helpful. And this was a couple years ago. And she won't go back. And she points to him saying, you know, if therapy was helping you so much you wouldn't act like a jerk. Sometimes, you know, it's not helping she's not seeing the progress in him. So this shit, I'm believing it. What does she mean by being a jerk sometimes, well, he'll? He he'll maybe call her out for something. She's pretty sensitive hill caller or something. He'll if she tells them, you know, hey, stop. I've had enough of this kind of go. You know, he'll he'll keep pumping the gas and trying to continue the conversation. Coach coaching up on that. When when somebody wins the fight the relationship loses. Yeah. Told me that actually which interest. Just kind of pretend your dad then. Everything will be smoothed over like, you know, if you're actually dead, right? Like, there's this weird there. There's weird essence of a relationship though, or you just have to like, just abandon everything, you know. All that stuff. You know? Yeah. Forget just a moment. Just sit there pretend you're dead. And then everything will work out. We'll just know that engagement not going anywhere. Yeah. You know, all that. All that stuff. You know? Gone. Let me tell you about blue EMU. Some you need to know. I've had the opportunity to help body, of course, deal with aches and pains, mentally and physically and blue-emu trusted by Americans over fifteen year to support healthy muscles and joints. They have now produced a coupon code made for you. Go to blue like the color. Dash EMU EMU dot com today. 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You know, it's weird. I had no thoughts. I mean, I don't like those kind of things, but I didn't think about terrorism. I did think about terrorism. I just thought about the helplessness like because when I when I was watching a nine eleven I spent a good part of an hour with self talk on well, we'll fix those upper store just just those stories repair. We'll fix that. We'll fix that. Oh, no. I remember that. Oh, no feeling again thinking, oh my God. This thing going down the church now. And that Ono feeling was just oh really hard to watch. I don't I have that feeling. I also I mean, I realize like so many historical places were. Bombed in a rubble of World War Two and. No, well, they shot off this Finks his nose. You know, like, I don't know French troops or something. And it's like this so much of that, you know, like. Like the thing about humans, and I don't I like the force miss your part of by always hope it's a lightning strike rather than, you know, terrorist attack, you know, but. Humans have an amazing capacity to build bridges and twin towers and cathedrals, and and all these amazing things, and we have an amazing capacity to destroy them as well. And I don't I don't like that. But on the other hand, I don't know. Maybe they they all come in the same package. You know, it's all within humanity. You know, we just have this amazing. Up and knock them down. And it's a reminder that nothing's forever. Sort of you have to kind of it's felt permanent. But nothing is right. That's kind of a philosophical reminder. But the sad I, but he turned out. Okay. Right. I mean, things were not as bad as they looked. I don't I, you know, in terms of like in my world, the stuff I concern myself with. This is provided. It's an accident and not like attack or terrorist or whatever intentional, but it will be destroyed. And then we were all rally, and we will fix it. And that's my feeling. I don't have you seen any the pictures of the inside like it's sort of miraculously appreciate it. The best PR for the Christian church. I've ever seen. We'll just to architecture. How well it stood up to the fire. When you see some of the pictures of the fire. You see what the remains are like, it's still. It's amazing. Yeah. You might appreciate the building. 'cause it's rock. The stone part of it is still there. There's some of the woodwork. Some of the woods stuff is still there as well. It's surprising. How much provide? All right. Let's talk this storm twenty eight from Dallas, Texas storm. Hey, adam. Can you hear me? Yep. I had a question. I guess maybe more. So for Dr true, it's kinda about alcoholism. I I consider myself a functioning alcoholic. It's kind of weird. Like, I have a really good job. I do have a child and don't get on my ass because of that. But I I don't know. I have a job I'm doing well. But I know that I'm drinking too much. And I'm I wanna get I wanna stop. And I I don't know how to do safely because I keep hearing all these things and like you can start having seizures, you know, there's health issues conservative concerning this what's your alcohol. I'm rate. What's your outcome? Schedule. On the weekends like as soon as I wake up liquor. What about the weekdays? There's times I'll take like a shot or two in the morning. And you know, I go working, I'm fine. I well doing shots in the morning. Okay. That's one. I'm in barest to say this. I got it. That's fine the truth, but go ahead trial. Right. So yeah, alcohol withdrawals. The one withdrawal can be fatal. You not necessarily could have complications. But it can happen. So you can talk to your doctor about how possibly here she could help you detox and outpatient it's possible, but you're not gonna stop unless you do something. And there are the free service out there that works exceedingly well called the alcohol anonymous that you could go to right now. And starting the process. Thing is like I've been afraid to stop, you know. Right. So he's because I heard, you know, not wanna stop and like, I'm ready to stop it. I just been you know, terrifies me, right? Where everyone is. Right. So I just told you what to do, and it will make it through and your doctor can make it quite easy, frankly. And if you do an inpatient setting, it's no problem. How's the doctor? Make it easy. There's medication. They can give you them to take. The problem is you're you may not stop drinking, and you have to go to meetings also at least once a day, and but to stay stop you've got to do this thing we call to either have to in motivational handsome therapies or twelve step twelve step is free and it works for abstinence better than anything else. That's what the new literature shows. All right, avail yourself of all the things that are out there now and go to me, they can make an actually help detox to they can, you know, the people they know what it's like what it is. And they can they know doctors that are good at this. And. Gotomeeting said he'd help them scared to stop which I do all right last, but not least truecar sixty seconds. That's how long this commercial last. What else can you do in a minute? Well, you get free offer for your car. Just go to truecar use your smartphone. Your computer, enter your license plate number and watch your car's details. Pop-up answer few questions. 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Detecting Twitter bots in real time.

The CyberWire

21:34 min | 11 months ago

Detecting Twitter bots in real time.

"Hello everyone and welcome to the cyber wires. Saturday I'm Dave Bittner, and this is our weekly conversation with researchers and analysts tracking down threats and vulnerabilities solving some of the heart problems up protecting ourselves in a rapidly evolving cyberspace. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for listening to the Cyber Wires Research Saturday podcast today, I wanNA reach out to those members of our audience who are students or serve in the military. Did you know that the cyber wire has special cyber wire pro subscription offers just for you? Well, you do now because of your student or military status that's or reserve military status, you are able to subscribe to cyber wire pro or cyber wire pro plus at. 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Advanced persistent threats now where it's distributed by state actors and we have this conversation within the research group does disinformation is very similar to these kinds of threats, but it's operating in a space that doesn't have as much scrutiny from dedicated professional. So we started looking at. The data and this was this was the end result after a lot of work and a lot of back and forth about what the best way to tackle the problems. Will. Let's walk through together I I guess. Can you describe to his first of all? What is the tool that you all have released? We released a tool called. The idea of the tool is the it can flag accounts which are behaving. In such a way that they're very similar to. Social. BOTs. So these are accounts that a state state-sponsored groups used the spread is information. So when you install on site, which is available as a browser button for all major browsers or as an after I less. You can use this tool to see percentages right in your twitter feed off the likelihood that a given account is acting as a central block. Will it take us through? It's going on under the hood here. I mean, how did your team come at this problem in analyze the data to be able to come up with with these percentages? So. There's a big reservoir of data that we analyze. We actually analyze four terabytes of past tweets that we got our hands on through. Various sources. There's actually been a lot of academic work in this area, but it's been focused on. Older data set. So while we took a lot of choose from the academic world in terms of our roads, the data that we use as little bit you're. So in the background, we have a machine learning model that takes in approximately twenty different features from again in account and Calculus. What is the probability of this account is a social bought These features are based on historical examples of Social Boston, the pass, and this percentage is what we call a calibrate. So a lot of the time machine learning models, they return just numbers between zero in one, but these don't really corresponded designer ges, but we have tolerated so that whatever percentage you see him feed, that is the actual likely the account is off. And how do you? How do you check against yourself in an ongoing way? How are you making sure the I guess maintaining the integrity of of these these evaluations over time it's a great question. The short answer is testing. You have a lot of people now are using the in who have been using this tool inter million Norton lifelock. At least it for about five months and people were constantly back with feedback. As you know, different people use twitter in a variety of different ways there. So many accounts in a lot of languages. Norton lifelock is a global company to have employees from all over the world and they're telling us that they're getting unexpected results here, and there were costly tuning the model for months and months before we got something but we were really really happy. And this kind of highlights the difference between academic research data sense of we initially started using versus a real life deploying and the real world is mush more massive than the small academic data sets that researchers tend to us. Can you give us some insights on on the types of things that you and your team had to do to define tune the results? Absolutely. So one of the things that we saw was that a lot of. Celebrities. kind of behavior like box and the reason for this is the use. A social media management tools in order to. Coordinate their posts they release the same post for example, instagram facebook and twitter and other platforms, and it looks a lot like the court ended activity that we see and so we had to make some adjustments for for that kind of behavior. Another example, our ad campaigns by corporations which had to behave in way. Can you give us an idea what what does the typical behavior that differentiates a bought from a real real human? So there are a few different biggers. One is we find the groups of accounts. that act together in concert over prolonged period of time, they tend to belong to a single by our. This is very rare for humans because humans are Finkel Sundays you tweet a law other days you don't tweet. At all. and you don't see this long term collaborative behavior. That's one one thing that we've observed. Another feature that we've observed is the. Social boss or very bad at coming up with their own organic content, they generally try to amplify so that you a lot of reach with. and social bonds they're not the really not warm all twitter users. So on twitter, you might engage with the content. You might reply to some people you might like posts a, but that kind of what we might say passive and active engagement is actually very rare for boss boss tend to either re tweet does the most common behavior or they tend to. Generate generic tweet. So tweet a news story, for example. Now, I, I've installed the plug in here for myself and I've been playing with it with twitter and First of all, I have to say it is a lot of fun. So there's that there's that element of it but it's also fascinating too to see your these numbers scroll by a and I'm curious you know what do you anticipate being a typical use case of this? How you? Ideally, how'd you like? To to contribute to how people use the platform. It's a great question. I think. There's been a lot of discussion in the media about. Bots and fake news and I think that a lot of people are aware of the problem that there is a social. Boston social media but. I think most people don't really have a sense of where these bots live. And this could be a little bit toxic because every time there some odd opinion a little bit different. You might see on twitter that people will call this person out as being, for example, a by or. A troll or something like that. And so we really wanted to contextualize where are you most likely to fight bots? What are the typical abors we wanted to do it in a way that is very clear to the average user in know, we can always release a table and talk about these behaviors but I think this really helps educate a person in a way that is interesting is obvious. Yeah. It's almost like you. You have an expert sitting over your shoulder while you're scrolling through things. You say to yourself that that seems a little bought like you can then look at the results from the plug and say Yep. Yep. It likely is you know someone else agrees or I guess the other direction where he say, no, you know what? That is probably a real person. Exactly and the other angle this is we want to create a sense of critical thinking about where our tweets coming for so. One of the key instigating ideas behind this tool was. In early March I think back when the US Democratic primary was in full swing. I don't know if you remember his appeal so long ago, but it was a contest between Bernie Sanders and. Joe Biden and a right way. Joe Biden won the. South Carolina. Primary There was some coverage by major publications that talked about you know there's a lot of anger online from Bernie People that were tweeting with was certain hashtags like Hashtag rigged DNC for example, by when my colleagues look deeper into these trans, we found specifically for that one. There was actually a lot of non-organic activity. So it didn't really appear that these were legitimate. Bernie's orders, but we're rashly outside options, and so we felt like bauxite going forward my health journalist to say about the possibility that. These transit they're seeing, they actually might not be organic. What sort of insight have you gained on twitter itself as you've been going through this process and gathering this data and and fine tuning the tool I do have a sense for where we stand when it comes to twitter and the ubiquity of bots on the platform. I think the we actually stand in a really good place right now. Contrary, the the some of the coverage they can see because twitter has gone after the boss at least certain types of boss very aggressively. And so we from our own research, we see a market decrease in the overall amount of bots. We call it the background radiation of activity on the platform drum almost twenty percent in two thousand, sixteen to around five percent currently. five percent is still high number, but it's a lot better than where where we used be a however there. This doesn't address other misinformation problems that arch will doesn't Apple. So for example, people retweeted misleading claims is is just something that we don't address. So for example. There was a case sure that people were tweeting that seem to show an explosion. You see over the past little bit but it turns out that this was just still from the show designated survivor, and this is not something that our full would cash unless this was sponsored by outside groups, which it doesn't look like it was it was just organic activity, right? So of the bots latch onto it and start amplifying it that's something that you would detect but the the truth of the post itself is not something that you're you're really aiming at exactly exactly, and this is both an advantage of our urge. And deliberate design decision but also something that. I think the people have to keep in mind when they go on social media for on the one hand just because something is. Not True doesn't mean it was posted by by. And secondly, just because. The number of boss on the platform has gone down as being that there is less false information. Do you have any advice or things that you learned in this process The the folks in our audience who may be working with artificial intelligence or perhaps their students who are learning about this sort of thing Are there any insights that you can share through through this process anything that surprised you or was? Unexpected in in using that sort of approach for this sort of information and challenge. I have a few as you different insights. Well, the first one is What I said before, which is your training set may not necessarily be representative of real world data. So our initial training that were. Common data sense that are used in the research community of things. A ARTETA as the people have published many academic. On. But you found these data centers you just used to train. The models are actually not really representative. Of current use of twitter whether because people are just using twitter in different ways because the Davison Seltzer Small I'm not sure but it speaks to the value of. Doing some kind of validation before you really deploy your models into the real world and being able to adjust your ideas as according. We also did a variety of was called cross validation in a very specific way. There's a paper called ADIBA which talks about the use of cross nations made your model more. Resilient and the idea there is a, you're specifically taking your training set and you're splitting it according to the different types of thing in our his boss. And you're training your classified. On. Let's say you have five types of bonds in your training set. You train on the first four, and then you see if you're classified can recognize fifth time that it hasn't trained. And, this Nacer model more robust because if you start mixing in different times of bought together trains. Then what happens is when you encounter a new type of bond in the while, you're not sure that your models going to detach dot com. and. Say. The. The. Final thing. That we really learn is that even if you have a false positive rate or false negative rate of one percent or two percent that can be still alive if people are using your classified in a really relying on it. You know if you have, for example, one, hundred, thousand or one million look ups went Zainab that is a big number. And so you have to think about these percentages in terms of anticipated volley. How do you and your team protect against your own personal biases sneaking into a the various algorithms that you're you're using here? You Know How do you How do you make sure in the guard against that sort of thing. So when people send US accounts that they think are Baas or not what's we are very conservative and so we apply A. Consensus to these examples of before we have into our training center. So if we're not all sure that something is a lot or is not. Based on examples as someone has sent in, we don't have them. This is one of the reasons why we tried to stay away from actually using the content of the tweet. And classify really focuses on Meta data. It does look at the Hash Hashad's, but it looks at not with the Hashtag are. But for example, is the Hashtag popular how many Hash Tags? Are there many mansions are there but in terms of the actual content of the tweet whether it's Political or whether it's medical, we try to look at that partially for this reason. Why was it important for you all to put a tool like this out there to make it widely available for free. For me, this is deeply personal I grew well in in Russia in the early nineties and my parents actually met a handing out pro democracy leaflets in the late eighties the Soviet Union. and. So my family background has a rich history of both experiencing a wide campaign of disinformation misinformation and knowing the real value of objective truth and. I really latch onto this issue quite strongly when when we were looking at these kind of misinformation campaigns and I felt like, this is a real positive good that we can do in the world. You know it's very rare her as technologists that we can just put something out there to really help people in unambiguously good way. and that really made me excited to do something. Is, information. It doesn't just come from one side or the other it comes from both sides at once the intent is interest to deceive you but is also to inflame tensions tensions also to divide us, it's also to late to our existing biases. So we have to be especially careful when we are on social. To question things that we see that. Our thanks to Daniel cats from Norton lifelock research group for joining us the research is titled Introducing but site a new tool to detect bots on twitter. In real time, we'll have a link in the show notes. Are. Thanks to reservoir labs for sponsoring this week's research. Saturday don't forget. You can learn all about them at reservoir dot com slash cyber wire. 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#143 - Elle King on her new album, tattoos and an awesome gift her dad, Rob Schneider, gave her.

Bobbycast

17:11 min | 3 years ago

#143 - Elle King on her new album, tattoos and an awesome gift her dad, Rob Schneider, gave her.

"Welcome to episode one forty three the Bobby cast end it is with L king. We had our southbound morning show. And so we talked a lot more than we got to actually put on the radio show. So I wanted to put over here s you can hear the full interview. I like L A lot. So. Yeah. L king before we get into that. I'm talking about. Lifelock's for just one second for more than three years. A software vulnerability in the Google. Plus social media network gave third party developers access to people's information. Their private profile information, so basically half million people who shared private profile data with the friend could have had their stuff stolen, personal data, personal info. And when it gets exposed that's trouble because people criminals can open accounts filed tax returns, they give me my property. A lot of threats in today's connected world takes one week link criminals could get in and so good thing. New lifelock identity theft protection as the power of Norton security to help protect against threats to your identity and your devices that you can easily see or fix on your own. So no one can stop every cyber threat prevent. Identity theft or monitor transactions at all businesses. But new lifelock with Norton security can see threats that you might miss go to lifelock dot com or call one eight hundred lifelock use the promo code bones for an extra ten percent off your first year, plus the twenty five dollars Amazon gift card with annual enrollment. That is promo could bones. I have lifelock lifelock. I love it. Terms apply. All right about to get into the king interview. Like to encourage you to check out. These sore losers podcasts actually have lunch box you with me right now talk about that for a second. What did you talk about on the show? We talk about sports. And then we talk about just our lives in general and some news stories as well. But we tried to talk sports way talking mostly about probably sports is Eddie know, anything about sports or nothing about sports. He doesn't even watch the games. And he comes in and tries to give pinions. It's sometimes frustrating. But sometimes funny more frustrating Eddie, how do you feel about that? I mean, I try my best. And when I watch sports, I think I nail my opinions. You nail European. Oh, yeah. You really can't be wrong in an opinion. That's what I'm talking about. They put on your episodes every day. You can listen to it on iheartradio or wherever you search for podcast. Just search for sore losers. S O R E sore losers who came up with that name collectively. Collectively group effort grip think. Oh, yeah. Group thing that we thought really hard you kind of hurt a little bit checkout sore losers now. Here we go with L king. We liked her. She's good spoke will so fun. Yes. Episode one forty three of the Bobby cast. L L king. Yeah. On the Bobby bones show. Now, if she is okay. How are you? Are you good? We met a few times. Do you know that? Yeah. I know that I don't know. I'm always like the quiet guy. It's like. Like. Nerd you. Good. I'm great. Yeah. Excited about this record. Yes. Let me play some from it here. This is the single shame. How long does it take to do the record? I don't know. I think I'm a bad person to ask. 'cause it takes me like well over a year. So you start this year ago? I start I started may of two thousand seventeen you know, what's funny is that I guess I knew I listened to a lot of pop alternative stuff, and I used to work in that area too. And so I knew you from this. That's still the jam to you. Honestly, I still love playing. Yeah. I do. Thank god. So when you recorded this back in the day, did, you know back in the day like it's been hundred and it's been a feel what was the what was the idea? What the song? Where'd you want it to go? How'd you can see landing because it's on brand new on pop radio. Well, I don't think I had any like goals for that song. I didn't think you'd even make the record let alone the single. I just wrote it about a couple like, you know, people I dated and. I just I don't know. And it it took a year for it to do really anything. But no, I didn't have any big plans for it. It's kind of one of those wonderful surprises of life. I think when you're song goes up a bunch of money from a pop song. Is it starts kind of come in from like more than other formats because it's so what widespread? Yeah. I think so I mean, it just on pop radio just goes to. It's just like such a huge audience. You know, and then yeah, I gotta lotta sinks from it. Which is awesome. Yeah. Here is the song. I think our audience was introduced to you by. Yeah. Dirks? So good. You're so good. Thank you. So you spend a bunch of time here because I know during this run is where you and I met the first time because you were doing a lot of stuff with Dirks for the song. Had you been in Nashville a bunch prior. I lived in Nashville, I have my I got my license here, driver license. Yeah. I know I shouldn't have passed the test. But I got it. And I still haven't known taken it from me yet. So you're in Nashville than you left, and you've California. No, I moved back to I actually drove around in a truck for like a year. And then what you can't just move past driving around in a truck for a year. Yeah. I drove like all I want to Canada. I got my heartbroken Nashville, and I laughed and I went up to Canada can my best friend from New York was living up there. And we went all over Canada for a while. And then we drove all over the country, and I ended up in the desert, and then we drove back to New York, and I lived back in New York for a couple years, and and then my music kind of took off and didn't really live anywhere. I lived on a bus, and and then, you know, recent. I moved out to LA. And so that's where I live now. L king is here. I'm such a fan. It's cool to have you in here. I was reading a story about I think you have a John Lennon signed record that imagine. How do you get a John Lennon signed record my dad gave it to me for my birthday? Wow. What a gift, I know very, very wonderful. And it's like a records not that big. And we have it over the fireplace. Which is like this big like well lit like plays for like a big piece of art. But it's just that that little record. And it's beautiful. It's my like most treasured thing now. Really? Yeah. In your house. What's your favorite picture that you have when you think about this picture means a lot to? There's two probably a picture of my grandparents my grandma's passed away. And so I have my kitchen, and then there's a picture of me and my little sisters that my step mom took and gave to me low frame, which means like we're getting along. Now. My little sisters loved me. It's great. I saw a picture of a fan that had I think it was a whole forearm tattoo of you. Yes. Hardcore like the art. It's it's good to. It's a great. It's it's such a risk to get tattooed with something specific. But it looks exactly like you. It's kind of crazy. That's that's the I like someone had gotten my like autograph tattooed and they're waiting outside of show, and I signed it, and I had it was a bad signature. So like licked my my finger and tried to rub it off and they got through the rubbed off part tattooed to. And I thought that was nuts. But then. Yeah. Somebody in Canada got a whole portrait of me in it's like over their entire forearm. Now have you met them since? I know I haven't met them since the tattoo, but we are playing show in Toronto soon. And that's where they're. From. And so she said she wrote an Instagram said she was going to surprise me. But that was a surprise enough. So I mean, I gotta do something. Nice for her. Right. That's free tickets for life. Right. Okay. Don't you go to town? Like, I have a dude got my face tattooed on his arm. Oh my God. It's like, whatever if I'm ever in town like what do you want my food? What am I crazy right to hang out with them? Yeah. But you have to be with someone else though. No. They they tattooed as before. So I know them. So it's like all right. I'm gonna come hang out life have a full full on evening, and I'm not going to have to her face. But you know, maybe something close you have a record called shake the spirit. We played a little bit of shame here. Only played one more of this. And this is the song that's doing so. Well, right. Uh-huh. Yeah. I was looking at it for you walked in. It's like on all the charts. Yeah. They're seventy eight hundred charts in your on seventy seven hundred ninety nine charts. Really? Yeah. How about this one? Let me play this one. This don't need. Nobody. A little bit of love. Jam here. Yeah. Comey about this one s crazy song. I wrote this song was in Texas. And it was it was the we had done the first day of recording echo lab and the guy map pants who ended up co-producing most the stuff that we didn't Texas. He I think he could tell that. I let quantum on the house. We're staying was attached the studio, and so he was like L, you know, like, you can you can stay here and play after I leave, and I was like sick and all the boys had gone to bed, and it was like two or three o'clock in the morning because I just never sleep, and it was a crazy thunderstorm, and I just got this idea, and like I couldn't keep up with my hands. Like, I'm not a great panel player. Like, it just was coming out of me fast. And I wrote the whole song and like less than two hours, and I waited for like, a wait until like seven o'clock, I went and beg on everybody's doors. And I was like I got I got I got myself, and I got my song. And I woke everybody up and I made them go to studio like seven o'clock in the morning. I was like play this play this man play this. And I just remember like I was super law. When I had written a song. And I remember I was singing the Altro part, and it's just beautiful message. And I realized what I was singing and it was like a snap out of body. Experience is not back into my body. And like started crying. I was like, wow. This is powerful song. This is really like moving me. And it's it's definitely my favorite song with the record. Is it really? Yeah. I was drawn to it. That's why I played it. I after the single. Don't need. Nobody a little bit of love. We know. When did you realize that you could sing like, you really could sink to the level where you can make money off of it and like have a career? Well, I don't know. I think I've always been told that I had a good voice. And like when I was younger like thirteen I went to this like musical are performing arts camp. And and I was always part of the productions and everything, and it was really really fun. But when I was started playing out in New York, like sixteen years old people would kind of come. And I mean, it started I like high school, friends and stuff, and then it just kind of kept going, so I guess from like sixteen on I was like, well, hey, maybe there's something to this. Plus, I got free beer without being twenty one. And I was like this is great. When you start playing guitar. I started playing guitar when I was about twelve. Yeah. You gifted and guitar and like or did you go by you you to? Guitar. Yeah. My dad got me a guitar a little electric guitar think. Like a Fender Stratocaster and. And then I think maybe my step dad or my stepdad. Let me borrow Alec Washburn acoustic guitar, and he had his buddy came currents, very talented guitarist he and who's like super handsome. He would come over. And like MC twelve thirteen year old girls a cow practice. So he taught me how to play I can't read music, but he's a show you like how to play some songs. I was like sick L king is here. The records called shake the spirit. It's out. Now, this song is this on a commercial. John. Yeah. Maybe it's because we haven't released it yet. So it's on a Harley motorcycle. It's called baby out. I do it's fine. Yeah. Are you trouble? I think depends on the day. I have been trouble. I think I'm into cleaner trouble now. But I used to be a lot more trouble. I can still I'm still horrible influence. Totally. Yeah. I can I like to say, I'm very persuasive. You know, we're doing thing in town. And by the way, for those that don't know your dad's, rob Schneider. Did he come to town? And you guys we're going to sing together or something? And we were. Yeah, we were gonna sing we were going to sing at pilgrimage. And it got rained out. That's what it was minutes before my set. I think my dad was. Yeah. Crazy, right? I didn't even get to really see anybody. So I'm sad. But was that a weird thing growing up with the super famous parent or just normal? I mean, it was just my normal. You know, and it just it just 'cause I I grew up is not like my dad like got famous as I was older. My dad, you know, got on SNL the year, I was born. So it just was normal to me the people every all you can do it at shows. Am I shows? They just yell. Rob schneider. Oh, they don't even do the bid yellows name used to make me. So mad at kick him out need never got kicked out make nacelle, Matt. And now, I'm like. Okay. Yeah. That's my dad. All right. Let me play this one for you. Come on. Nations. Good thing. Uphold the songs that I really liked. Feel. Over that, sixty soul. Biggest inspirations. Yeah. That. Old so music, just like, I mean, I've had my heartbroken few times. But like there's just nothing like a good really emotional like tight band. But like great heartbreak song. You need to be sad to write good songs. I think great songs come out of pain. But I think people are like, well, what are you gonna do? Now. You're you're like happy. You're you're doing fine. I've been through the pull from it. Oh, you can just go back in. This is Amy is in Austin. Funny. Yeah. Sometimes to a pretty good. But I I can I remember that song that's on super motion. And I that was I did one vocal take for that. Really? Let me hear this. Again, one vocal take you just hopped in saying it because I broke down and cried. And I said, I'm sorry. I can't sing it again. I walked stadium. We used it. Smith. One time. Yeah. Are there? Do you hear things in it that are flaw like, but that you love now because you yes. So after the second after the second verse, you can hear me, my my like, my voice quivers because that's when I started to cry, and I just remember being like L push through this pursue this just get through one take of it and some crying. And then by the the really like silent breakdown in it like you can like there's no hiding the fact that like, my whole voice is just like, I'm like weeping in it. Look at you got awesome record. It's out. Now, people should. Stream it by. What would you rather them? Do people do whatever we tell them. I I don't know. I. Isn't that inevitable? You know? I just I want people to listen to it means a lot to me. And maybe it'll mean something or or maybe it'll just remind somebody that they're not alone. You know, right. Yeah. I find that. That's kind of my goal with a lot of things to like. 'cause I feel I felt at times very isolated in the loan that I had these feelings that no one my first book. I remember first book, and I'm gonna put things in here. No one's gonna understand and they're gonna have sympathy. But then I realized it was just empathy that people actually went. Oh, I'm glad you said that because I felt the same way into anybody else. Yeah. That's cool. That you think that I mean, your person of the people love that person of the people. I don't know I used to have a different message. And I was like have fun have good time time. And now it's like, hey, take sick and love. But it's true. What time you wake up in the morning every day today? Look a little bit later. But I usually wake up in LA about seven AM. Really? Yeah. Just like this. I'm up. That's a morning person. Oh my gosh. Yeah. There's no fighting with you try. I mean, I don't try. I like it. I just I wake up super early. But then sometimes I take a nap around nine. Nabire just falling back asleep. That's pretty early breakfast. And I go down, and I watch my court shows, and then I think a little nap, and then I'll play Lopiano, but I never get days off at home. And so that's like my daytime routine, and then I'll go to the gym and swim. And then I'll eat in and out because California's great, yeah. In announce pretty legit king album, shake the spirit the single out now. Shame. It's really good to see it. Thanks for coming by. Happy real breath of fresh air L king back in one second. Ball zone.

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ACS (Part 2): Perez Hilton

The Adam Carolla Show

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

ACS (Part 2): Perez Hilton

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one. We hear at podcast one to say thank you for listening to this show. We would also like to ask a small favor of you. It'll only take a few minutes. And if you're one of the first people who does it we'll give you a little something. In return. We want you to complete a short survey. We need the information. You give us to help make things better every day. Just go to podcast one dot study. And everything will be right there for you. That's podcast. One dot study. The first one hundred twenty five people that go and complete the survey. We'll get a ten dollar gift card to restaurants dot com, and one person will be selected at random to win a one hundred dollars Amazon gift card all of our shows are supported, by advertisers and filling out the survey will really help us out. So please go to podcast one dot study. And thank you for listening. It's time to check Adams voicemail. Zack here from Boston question of and trying to get your feedback on usually use this type of federal as an icebreaker for social setting. Would you rather have nipples the size of Dick's or dick the size of nipple? I mean, I would think also you call and Bill and a futon honor today made me pull the car over while I was driving home. Thanks for all you do forget it. You can leave us. A message at eight six three four one seven four four. What made him pull the car over calling him? A what what will win again figured out? I know it was. Dick size of nipple. I mean, I would think also new call and Dylan a narnia today. From narnia ten from narnia Dylan Dylan, something all right, guys. Nia a fruit from narnia. Oh, that's sure why. When he brought that. Oh, he brought some fruit in. Yeah. Okay. Anyway, catch that was disappointing. I just have this year brought to you by pack out Bronner fights coming up. I'll tell you about that on Showtime. Lifelock lifelock dot com lows I'm going to pick up something from Lowe's, real quick and Geico. Geico dot com. Pres- Hilton good to see you again, my friends who have been here because it's almost like me doing my podcast because you remind me so much of my co host. I think you know, I'm Chris Booker. So we don't record together. He does it in his place. And I do it in my place. It's nice to see people. It's it's easier to be in the room. God I used to try to love line with Dr drew when he'd be on the road, and it was always difficult because there's sort of body language. The do. I almost feel like if we were in the same room. It would it would diminish our energy a little bit because we disagree so much. Do your you got some takes on our Kelly heaven heart and maroon five and even more stuff and even more stuff. So let's just talk about some of that stuff. All right. Let's start with our Kelly. All right. What is going on with him? I mean. The tallorder of an answer. It's it's really amazing the power that art can have effect change and not just change people's hearts and minds. But also now after this TV show multi-part docu series only now are thirties in both Georgia and Illinois investigating and talking to the alleged victims. But hello. Everybody's known for a long time. I think the issue is kind of how the legal system works. He's been able to buy his way out of jail over and over again because he would pay off his accusers denied it. This whole time. He continues to not only that his lawyers very aggressive lawyer who is trashing everybody. I mean last night lady Gaga sent out this statement, basically apologizing for having worked with him and saying that she was going to take off their duet from all streaming platforms. And then today are Kelly's lawyer says Gaga just did that to help her chances at the Oscars while all Allah and didn't he get served a search warrant or something for harassing one of the alleged victim? He got served a search warrant, but yeah, they were searching house or something. I thought oh, maybe I got that. Maybe I heard about the the manager of our Kelly not the lawyer. I heard the manager was her. Harassing one of the fathers of the alleged victims sending threats so many years ago. There was the whole thing with him urinating on like an under town. There was a cave. Right. And as we talked about earlier in the show, if you think it's a good idea to have sex with someone in vegetative state chances. Are you will do it again and have done it before? Like, if you think it's a good idea to take a whiz on a fourteen year old then by the way, which I have done, but I was fourteen. And not take aways fourteen how I've been on multiple times multiple fourteen fifteen seventeen nineteen twenty one twenty five year old. But this was straight dudes aren't into that. Yes. We are really serious brass. It wasn't pleasure. Okay. Here's what you straight dudes are into is much humiliation as they can deal out to their other straight friends. And if you're a nation is is is up there. And by the way, when straight dudes do things that start to veer off onto onto the gay shoulder the road road. It's more of that just more more, right? Yes. So just why I it's a non sexual. Yeah. So our our Kelly sting initial thing is twenty years old, right? Yeah. But I mean, according to reports there are parents who are still claiming right now that their daughters are. Being held against their will the women that are with him. Now, though claim their their of free will. But you know, there are countless instances in history where Stockholm syndrome brainwashing or manipulation or allegedly. Having damning information video exactly they'll threaten to release. If you leave and all sorts of possible scenarios for why they may still be there does our Kelly do disease. See the inside of a courtroom. Does. He see the inside. Going to. And is our Kelly. I'm not up enough on our Kelly is he a phenomenal talent is he that good where we tolerate a lot of stuff. I know he's got a great voice there. But never taught you know, it goes back to the question. Can you separate the person from the art, and I talked about that on my podcast this week? My co host Ken, I can't you know, like, I listen if I heard a Michael Jackson song, I'll get down to it. But I'm probably not going to actively stream Michael Jackson music, especially now that even more information about Michael Jackson. Also coming out there's that. Or what is that? There's this new documentary that's going to be premiering at Sundance where two men land claim that when they were seven and ten years old Michael Jackson sexually abused them. Well, we always talk about whether it's having sex with the vegetable. Or being an arsonist like you're in or you're out. When you're appraised if there's ever story with this guy father Flanagan of such and such parents, he molested this one boy this one time over thirty one year career now, you're either inner you're out of no different than if you think George Clooney during a single days or whomever famous Cockman Gerard Butler something during the whatever fuck as many people's he could because that's what he did. Because that's what he wanted to do. And I would argue that young boys are every bit as attractive to certain people as a hot Twenty-three-year-old would be Gerard Butler when he was single or not. I mean, it's like this notion of well, he did it one time at this one kid got he got out of the system. It's interesting though, the response that the Michael Jackson documentary announcement which just broke has gotten because. There's something about Michael Jackson that so many people are willing to overlook all of the accusers in the past. And then these as well and seen comments like let them rest in peace. He's dead. He can't defend himself or his mother is sick and his mother's dying. They do this to the mother writing. I think he gets a, you know, he's the king pomp, and he I I have a theory, which is always this. Whether it's Michael Jackson or Chris round if you can dance all forgiven because every go like, Chris brownie puncher in face. It was brutal. That guy could move like people do that all the time. Like, he did his moonwalk. And we went like, okay molasses. Yeah. It'd be physically can move. We're like gravity persists natives guy to an eight second move, and we go I like this. Guys, got some. I don't care. It doesn't the kids don't bother me with the truth, but he's damaged goods. I think Michael Jackson gets a, you know, what must have been like growing up like if I had no childhood. His dad is also had a damaged childhood as we've learned. He according to his brother was molested by a family. Okay. Well, then on he also can't read according to reports he's illiterate which is shocking detained age. It's one thing to read poorly here, but to literally not be able to read and have chosen not to educate yourself later on in life, either at this wild to me that explains maybe we were, but it doesn't excuse it. I think we were talking a day or so go about all the people that were victims that dish come up victimisers. And so our Kelly and Michael Jackson. All sort of fit into that mold because people at grope in healthy loving families. Just don't think it would be a good idea to urinate on fourteen year old runaways now. So my Michael Jackson, a lot of things sort of working form, which is our Kelly is masculine and sort of big in stature, and so and so forth and Mike go do the little girl voice. And do the little little bow p p kind of thing. So we're gonna go like, oh that guy couldn't hurt leave him alone. He was not going to do anything. You know? We're so stupid where like that guy doesn't look the part. And that guy sounds the part are Kelly. Definitely looks towns apart. Michael Jackson, not gonna hurt anybody. Because it sounds like a little girl. So there's all that. But this is coming out. Yeah. It's called leaving Neverland. And when when when will come out where will it come out and it comes at Sundance, and I guess that they're going to try to get distrbution for it nationwide. There. No plans for us to be able to see it yet. Is there boy? And it's so long they're showing two parts. Right. I mean, it's like two hundred forty minutes or something. So I don't even know how they would distribute that is and then there's Kevin Hart going around and apologizing I guess he was polish ising on Alan. So and then he apologized on his own Sirius radio show. But then after all of that. Okay. Wow. He's really serious. He apologized on Ellen. He apologized again on his own show. Then he was interviewed this week on good Morning America, Michael Strahan because he has any movie coming out. All right. Maybe not the best timing. But Michael Strahan. I'm sure you know, he doesn't care. He's like a little puppet. He's like, okay, boss. What do you want me to do? Okay. So his bosses. I'm sure right up the questions for him. And Michael Strahan was told asked him about that. And to me the way that Kevin Hart responded and his demeanor throughout the whole interview is shocking to me, and I'm not easily shocked just because Kevin Hart's been in the business for a long time. Now, he's a comedian and professional entertainer. He was basically so antagonist dick and just defensive and saying I'm done talk- done talking about I'm like, you could be done talking about it and get that message out there and skillfully pivot and move onto something else. But the way that he chose to say he was done tugging about it. Really surprised me? Do we I guess we draw distinction? I'm thinking between. Kevin Hart specials, which are material. That's repeated repeated and honed and repeated and written down and repeated honed and then filmed versus like Louis C K trying out material or even sometimes what I get in trouble for which is literally just improvise somebody yells out. What do you think Chaz Bono? And then I yell something back, and that's right on the spot. Like, we draw like like manslaughter second degree murder. Yeah. We do we do that. I think we should. All right. Do you do that press? I mean, aren't there rules that you don't have videos and comedy clubs are nice. But it doesn't do it. Yeah. It doesn't seem to affect anybody. I know that people will talk like people shared stories about Louis C K when he came back, and that that one also scratched my head made me scratch my head because he came back with a lot of material that from reading it, clearly I get I wasn't there. But from reading what he was joking about it. It seemed like almost like he's got. No, let me try. Let me try to purposely be even worse now or offensive to you non care. Do you guys think I have a theory that I've not applied to Louis C K? But. There are theories that I have about people wanting to get off of the merry go round. And the kind of just wanna tap out. When just one out my theory is when you're cheating in your sex thing with your secretary, and you just leave your phone like just out on top table, dumb and people are dumb too. But I have this theory that when people want something to happen or not to happen pretty mode about it. And when you just leave the phone out at some point, you're tired of living the lie with the secret life and your wife finds it. And she announced she wants a divorce, and there's a party that doesn't want to get divorced. But another party that just wants to tap out. Sometimes celebrities it's a grind like grind just being everywhere and having people in front of you all the time, and whether they know it or not I sometimes just wanna step off of the crazy merry go round. And maybe. Louis CK just wants to step off like maybe he's got enough money. He's this. It is weird subject matter. And I like that he says whatever he wants to say he's always kind of been subversive that way. But it's also weird. We're living in this world where even the Kevin Hart example or also with Lucy K to over the holiday break. There was this video that went viral, but it was an old video from a few years ago. Louis C K with Jerry Seinfeld. Ricky Gervais and struck Chris rock, right? Right. And they were talking about the end were they were just using talking about using the N word, and that's a new trend that happening where in two thousand nineteen where as a society, it seems that we're asking people to be held accountable for a ton of stuff from the past. And like even things I see that hasn't even. So we've. The ones that have happened. Then there's some have even happened like people on Twitter. I see like wanting to take down Jimmy Kimmel because of back in the day. He used to do some offensive comedy gusting show with John never to be heard from again. I don't even want to mention it because we don't want to give a laugh because it's like we always laugh about unearth footage of the man show from two thousand and one surface easily findable it's aired at all aired. It's all in box sets like I agree. And you could you could extend this to civil war statues is as well. Like, I don't know who it's helping. I'm not sure what what how what kind of needle is going to be moved. I understand what people think about. And in the comedy department seems insane especially with all the same. Abilities all the to the moon now fast. It's going to punch. One of these days. I'm going to beat the shit out of my wife that the issue that people have with Kevin Hart specifically, which is the difference between Jimmy having done stuff that he probably wouldn't do it anymore or even Sarah Silverman. Having said things in the past that she wouldn't say anymore is with Kevin Hart. It wasn't just material. He he sent out tweets. Right. People received it like he wasn't trying to be funny. Like he was just sharing thoughts. Right. Some of the thoughts were violent thoughts about his son. So, you know, but when you're comic it's a blurb because everything could be doing comedy, and maybe even just this week. There was another old video that went viral this time with Gordon Ramsay. Did you see that? Well, no, it's just in here though. He was. It was an appearance that he had on the tonight show back when Jay Leno was the host. And so he ever Gara was a guest, and he was just being, you know, very, dude aggressive and very much all about her. And I didn't watch the clicks didn't care but all being gay. But it was but it was going viral. I care. So I so I read about it. But I didn't watch watch it not. Well, it was it was basically Gordon being chauvinistic, or whatever you wanna call it towards Sofia even touching her. And she clearly didn't want to be touched and getting out yet. But it was from two thousand ten and now in twenty nineteen that clip is God viral to see if we can find it. I say, you know, not that this is going to help me in the metoo movement. But she walks around in the tightest fitting stuff, there is an push push shelf out there a modern day, Charro and. And she if she's going to have that as a persona she is going to invite a certain amount of that reaction. We do need to keep this straight like her that is her stock and trade super tight everything. Bosom pushed out shaking it and playing this almost comic book character of a sort of Latin lover, you know, fem fatale at a coochie coochie thing. So if you're going to go out on stage with that guy like like Ramsey, you're gonna invite a certain amount of beyond. I gotta see it. But that's like the argument like, oh, she was wearing a really short skirt. Any rate? Thank you. Thank you were saying, no. Three. Here's what I here's what I'm saying. Don't get it. Twisted. What I'm saying? This. If Gordon Ramsay is standing in her dressing room doing that to her that is a totally different situation than doing. They stage version everyone has a kind of public persona of it. And if he's playing into her persona that I would judge him much differently than if they were just backstage hanging out. He was doing whatever is doing. I don't know what he was still married to and has many kids, and like you said there's probably certain amount at the addresses. We haven't seen it. But you can because she put yourself out there as character. You can look at her and comment about it. All you want. You can't touch her. I don't know what he did don't either. But you can't commenting on the scene. I keep. Nine the collapse, and we'll figure it I keep hoping that some old shit. I said would come. We'll come back and go viral and get me in trouble. But nothing's happened yet. 'cause I just had so much bad shit in the past expected expect that you watch we're going gonna we're going to cut a Labao find it. I'll tell you about. I pack ou- Browner, by the way. These guys are finding speed in this clash of styles to box into boxes. Most explosive punchers Goto for the welterweight world title boxing's, only eight division world champion. Manny pacman pack returns US to defend his title going against former four division world champion must see attraction. Adrian, the problem Brunner. Adrian broder is a really good fighter by the ways problematic these problematic to other fighters. And yeah. Yeah. 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In your mouth. You haven't heard from folk. Pizza with a knife on a four just pick it up and stick it in pause. That's all. Exactly. Exactly. Right. He's not a fan. On top of Leno. Much ado about nothing cat like he's not bad. Radha way. She's like. Yeah. She does the I. Gene. Yeah. Playing in it, you know, on it there, that's enough particular. All right. It's on earth. Service. What about maroon five, and we haven't got, you know, we're going to blink are is in the super bowl's going to be here normally announce the act and two big deal in bubble blonde. Got maroon five and no one wants to join them what you know about that. Well, I love music. I go to tonnage shows. I would safely say that. Maroon five is the worst artist ever seen live real. I saw them twice live every third eye blind. No that's not indictment. If people. Dear friend. I'm just curious. Now, it has nothing to do transit van in the the second time, I was in New Year's Eve, and I I left early. I couldn't even stay more than thirty minutes. What is that bad now certain bands write songs that they can't reproduce live wasn't even that isn't that? Well, first of all they had they have so many hits. And I know this song that song. But it's almost like going to the buffet get sick of it, especially if there's no. No pause. It was very little talking very little connecting with the audience. It was just song after song. I felt like they're doing it for the money, which a lot of artists probably are going through the motions. And if felt so uninspired New Year's they was well, I have a theory. We just got into it with Tiffany haddish. Nobody wants to fuck and work New Year's Eve, especially rich, people don't wanna work New Year's Eve. Because they give you sweet sweet like I've performed on New Year's Eve. Oh bunch of times. No one wants to go out everyone else's getting drunk everyone else. Having a good time. It's all a cash grab. I'll bet you any comedian more most bands on New Year's Eve, you will see them in a much more diminished state than if you saw them in March. Dragons New Year's Eve this year. They were awesome. Yeah. Give us some other bands. You've seen that you've loved imagine dragons, I saw well just recently even I saw Tun shows. I saw Bruno Mars, he's amazing. He's already done the Super Bowl. Imagine dragons would have been a good choice. But yeah, maroon five has also come under a lot of criticism for agreeing to do it even faced pressure from other artists to bow out because of the NFL and all of the controversy there. But they're apparently trying to reach out to or talking to or the NFL is the Rolling Stones to see if they would guest during maroon five set, which is like why the Rolling Stones our guests during. Well, what's in it for them? I read that they have a tour coming up so they want to push their tour. Well, it's all right. When you reach if you're the NFL, and you go, hey, maroon five we'd like to perform at the halftime show the public's probably not delighted by but that's the artist. In band. You reached out to shouldn't. They just play it. A long history of guests during yes aches show. So I've got two guys and a girl here. I would venture to say that the target audience. Maroon five is a fee. Women scared. Either of you guys. Maroon five about to say, we talk sometimes about things that are insane that we've all signed off on somehow it is bucking madness that Adam LeVine is a judge on its popular singing show in twenty like Ronald McDonald judging food application. Petition mocking madness. He's a judge on the singing shell. I couldn't tell you any of their hits kind that. If you find three of their topic all Seto, I'm not I'm not I'm assuming with a guy like that a lot of it is the look he's got a look then pretty and I don't like when the look sort of. I don't like any. I don't like any like my whole thing is like I don't like win race car drivers get a lot of attention because they're looking but they haven't won any races. There's an element. Where tennis be male tennis players that have long gone hair. We'll get get a ton of attention and not really ever beat Williams sisters ever write this when we know. Right. So they're not my jam. I don't think they're your jam. I kind of like some other stuff, but it's so generic. Their first album was really good soften the that's from the first album. They got the moves like Jagger. Right. All right. So speaking of Jagger, oh, that's where they would come in with Mick Jagger, exac, and then and then do a Rolling Stones song together as well. So it'd be at least a two song guest appearance. I would imagine age group wise when you're dealing with Rolling Stones and their median age, there'd be less there'd be less debate within the band of. Should we do this third rail? I mean, do they give shit at this? And it's probably easier for them. We got to do to solve. Yeah. Right. Right. For the halftime shows a big deal pushing eighty they give a shit controversy is didn't stones play the Super Bowl years ago. I don't I don't see any reason why they would ever go back, especially as a. Maybe it's just this ugly American, but Brett's they like soccer. Let's get fucking Toby Keith's big. You know, what I mean like, I don't I don't like the foreigners leaving like football. I guarantee I guarantee you. And can name anybody on the field. Oh, one hundred percent which banned because Venkat point. They have a higher likelihood of some of the players. They they they hasn't been set who's playing the Super Bowl yet has it. No. We have we've got to play. When it's not even close to the vest this year bird. Brobeck? I. The Super Bowl feels pretty uniquely American to me. I do like it. It is it is. They do have football two biggest sport in the world. But it's played with a soccer ball. And I like our acts doing our games European. I don't feel like they care waiting for. You to is really good. When they did it. I love U2.'s halftime show performance. But they would never do it this year. There's a lot of not gonna play sense city of kind of pressure on everybody. But it'll be curious who. Ooh, Kevin Hart should play the halftime. He should do is gay jokes. I would bash goalpost over my son's head. If he was saying. Let's do it in five everybody make that work. All right. Let me tell you about lifelock. Experts say the top cyber security prediction for two thousand nineteen ransomware will taper off but crypto jacking and other moneymaking schemes will increase government regulations and public sentiment on privacy. We'll drive stronger data protection policies more nations state attacks and surveillance of individuals. Good thing. 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She's getting divorced too. By the way may claim. We're doing. Yeah. She's a she's on good day standing. Yeah. Host here. I definitely know the name just you recognize it for sure. Yeah. They claim to have copies of sex and quote erotic self as you know. The one I've said it a million times seven million times of it's never been. It's never been a better time to be poor. And it's horrible time to be rich because used to be able to just a Frank Sinatra. I I'll Frank Tanaka would just do whatever the fuck you wanted and pay off if he just got pulled over driving drunk. You just pulled a license out of the couple of twenty folded around it to the guy that guy would escort him home. Now, it's all over TMZ whereas Hilton and everything else like you can't you can't cheat. No matter how much money you have you can't do anything anymore. So many will still do everything. Can you what you're going to report on it? Well, it's almost inconsequential because we also live in the day and age, I mean, look at Konya and his two thousand eighteen there is no such thing as bad press. Yeah. But I think if you're bazo so you pretty much just wanna bang, Laura. Sanchez. Quietly. And anyway, so now she's getting divorced divorced too. And by the way, TMZ reports that there is no pre-nup. And that means that because there in Washington state, they have you know, she MacKenzie may have the right to half the fortune. But even. Like, I don't know as a guy Brian. Yes. Chime in Peress as well. Although it'd be different sexuality here. But like on the do I find out my wife is cheating. Then I go who you cheating with. And she goes the richest man in the world. I go. Okay. Understood. But this is also allegedly according to the National Enquirer, which I don't know. I find them the most credible. Well. Now. I mean hasn't their batting average kind of going up like from we're to Rene. To Rene Marsh. They still. Yeah. I mean, if people magazine was reporting like okay that definitely happened 'cause they're way more reliable and credible than the inquire, but is inquirer gonna do eleven pages against the richest guy in the world with a team of lawyers who would destroy pretty good evidence. Sure, they would going. They would. I don't know. I he's getting divorced. I tend to. A by the name of the guy that was. From national car. That was always unstirred. I three goals. Not Weiss Fleiss. Mike wallace. No. Another famous name. But he I mean, a lot of that stuff turned out to be something not all alien autopsy. But. Mike. Yeah. Mike walk the w so now, they get divorced. And he's with Lauren Sanchez. She just happens to be getting divorced. Why are you drawing conclusion? She's married Hollywood talent, whatever. Well, a federal judge has dismissed Ashley Judd sexual harassment claims against Harvey Weinstein. The actress claim the producer blacklisted are after she rejected and making her lose out on a roll in Lord of the rings. According to quote, she sued under the legal theory sexual harassment in professional relationships. But TMZ reports that the judge ruled on Wednesday Judd, and Weinstein, quote didn't have a relationship that fell within the law though. The law was changed last year. It can't be applied retroactively and Judd concil proceed with our claims for defamation retaliation. But specifically what she was suing for with sexual harassment. Got thrown out. Do we have a clip her from the million posing March right after the election that was some of the greatest ever captured? I mean, she was fired animated in fired up. So this kind of to your well, maybe not your theory. But what what Gary was saying that this isn't just a closed and shut case by any means Mark era is been saying that I think swinestein is gonna walk, and he he he knows first off he has inside thoughts because he lives in that world is daughter works for the law firm that is defending Weinstein, but she's not on that case of he's allowed to kind of talk about it. But he's not the business of prognosticating being wrong that often, and he isn't and his batting average is pretty high. And so when he goes, I think now you as us as lay people go, oh, my God is going to go to island for thousand years would have probably thought the same thing about Bill Cosby, but he was found guilty. Well, they was a hung jury the first time which Mark sort of act. Actually predicted. So he is first trial. He wasn't found guilty. The DA. I don't like. Not a Bill Cosby fan. But also, I can move I can move. I'm also not a fan of DA just kind of going. Well, look, you let me and then we're going to retry Bill. Cosby, it doesn't seem little un-american to go. I had a trial. They reached no conclusion, it's a hung jury. I'm now going to go home. And then someone goes I got elected based on retrying you and bring you back and finding you guilty. And that's what they did. They brought him back and they found him guilty, which is good. I guess big picture, but there's a little part of the law where you don't want people unlimited budgets, like the DA just going. I'm just going to I told everyone elect me, and I'll I'll get you. So that's kind of what happened to him. Although it was guilty guilty, right. Drugging and raping. That's right. That said that being said, we find a clip or should we move forward until we have it. We'll play this is from the women's March on Washington. It's great. Bring you words from Nina Donovan, a nineteen year old in middle, Tennessee. And she has given me the privilege of telling you what she has to say. I am a nasty woman. Not as nasty as a man who looks like he bathes in g Joe dust. A man whose words are deaths track to America electoral college sanctioned, hate speech contaminating this national anthem. I'm not as nasty as confederate flags being tattooed across must city. Maybe the south actually is gonna rise again. Maybe for some never really. Yeah. Trickle chop blocks are still in shock and should be on my real her good about a long spider, purpose, whatever in front of people. As animal skin. I am not as nasty as a swastika painted on a pride flag. And I didn't know devils could be resurrected, but I feel Hitler in these streets. A mustache traded for a. Not. So of that Sparta. Hey, she chose Mamat writes it, and then she gets out there and delivers. Say that kids still got it. All right. Give us model in your own time. That's a stirring, stirring speech. She's very good. She is very good. She's got the ethical chops. All right. 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Not talked about this one yet director of green book apologize for free early yet frequently pulling down his pants and exposing his genitals to actors prank. He said he pulled easily five hundred times on Wednesday fairly said rector of domain dumber. Exactly in a prepared statement. I was in idiot. I did this decades ago. I thought I was being funny and the truth is it makes me cringe now Oli sorry. I don't I here's what we have. We have the whole society took a turn for the feminine. And then we have a bunch of dudes that followed along and they pretend that guys don't do like every guy new grownup. Pull a nut sack out of pull one nut out of their flying. Hang. Out of their fly. And then other guys flies you'd be talking to him and just some point you'd look down and they're nuts. Acapella hang out. And that's what dudes would do to do constantly. And now, you're aided. I sit in any gum, right? If somebody through party gets growth, wait, what did it because when you pull a little because I know that when you pull a little bit of your ball sack out of your pants at can kind of looks like gum. Oh. I would say her dies place. Sex stupid with us. Saks your sacks. Berg don't don't pretend like hone anything about that. And it looks like gum. I've never heard that before I am saying chewing guys requent -ly would expose themselves and do this shit now. But to ordering a woman doing it to woman a different thing and fucking around on the set it's something else. But how either she has a great super everything off the back sense of humor or what a company woman Cameron Diaz is because back in the day, according to entertainment tonight her quote was quote, when a director shows you as penis for the first time, you meet them. You've got to recognize the creative genius. Well, I to me, it's all context. It's like saying I'm going to kill you. You could yell that at your kids when they pull the practical joke on you or you could threaten to take somebody. As life. It's all kind of. Where are we? What are we doing? What's the environment? Now, if you wanna just pull everything and just go he said, I'm going to kill you to his nine year old then lock him up. But on water said what? Yes, I wanna know what the environment was I want to know if there are other people around. I wanna know if the guys goofing around also Colmey old fashioned. I've been saying this for a long time. All of the jokes, all of the comments, all of the hijinks, whatever we're calling it. I want the body count. I want the people this guy physically put his hands on threatened rape. Like, whatever I want an arsonist that never strikes a match. I'm not interested. He make jokes about fire. He talked about like I want some rubber meeting the road. I want to know what these people are doing the people we call racist. Homophobic, Zena vogue, whatever I want to know what they're up to. And if what they're up to is writing tweets when they're drunk. I'm not so interested I want everything that's ever happened in this country and beyond that's been horrible to other cultures. Other groups male female, whatever somebody physically picked up like a pitchfork and did something at some point worth the point. Now, where all the physicality is gone and. Now, we're into he said or he showed or he made this gesture or he touched me, but it was at the back of his hand, and it was over my Jean jacket. Like, it a certain point. Somebody's got to physically do something to somebody are not going to count them amongst the groups do and that one hundred percent airtight logic. But when you talk about the arsonists is there something to be said because it's so easy for slack on both sides. Now on Twitter is going to be said for an arsonist who's never struck a match, but who incites other people to strike matches. Yes. But let's really think about the incites other people we have a weird relationship with that. Crazy people think it's okay. Who knows first off? Okay. Let's fuck and drill down on this because I'm tired of this shit. Which is somebody's Tipper Gore starts talking about satanic lyrics and Ozzy Osbourne song numbers. Like, hey crackpot. Shut. It up. It's not gonna make anyone do anything. So the same side that thinks people can incite don't think that can incite then so about violent video games or porn on you, porn, or whatever. This is going to cause rapists. No, there's a right in the left argument. Either people can incite are they can't incite I don't think I it's kind of insulting people that are mentally impaired to say that they can be incited to go. Kill people are hurt. People Senator on fire. A different example, somebody some people can like there was that guy got banned from Twitter that all right troll, Milo. Milo. He ever been with. No, no, thankfully, he's married to a guy. Nobody. Oh, wait, spare two chicks. Go ahead. Yeah. Yeah. Straight up incited violence. And what he and I mean, the the way to people maybe. Maybe maybe not physical violence, but that's been back to my. He's straight up incited harassment. He like, I remember one of the reasons he got banned from Twitter as he told his followers to harass Leslie Jones. Right. That's inciting. I'm not a fan of it. And I think if you say go to somebody and go get somebody. But people do that all the time Maxine Waters, basically does that. And nobody does anything and nobody really cares. I mean, people get shouted out of a few restaurants or something, but I'm not a fan of people going to people's houses and stuff, but I don't like calls to action, but the notion that people. It's a little condescending to go. Well, of course, no one's ever going to get me to do anything. But what about all the weak minded people that will do something? But where are those people like I I don't think that army exists. We talk about it is if half the country could be taken grab a pitchfork and torch and leave your house, but really do they do it. The news goes nuts on where it also depends on your age, if you're young you're maybe more impressionable too. I mean, look at the fucking cut dash, Ian. They sell so much crap. There are impressionable people that are easily influ ever. Right. But could the Kardashians. Get you to do something evil. If it wasn't in. You depends what they were offering by hugest. Hugest example, Milo Yannopoulos, but nothing happened what we're harassing Leslie Jones. All right, but she's fine. And we're here, and she's I'm saying doing people get that people go to rallies people do this people shout people out of restaurants, people show up at Tucker Carlson's house or something to do the the softball game or the Republican softball practice was saying something about ObamaCare. So he was he had some 'cause you guys are killing America. And he's shot a bunch of them. He was Bernie guy. He had some. Oh, yeah. Incited the do know people dogs. Tell him to kill people. There's serial killers dogs. Tell them to kill like, I'm not saying. Their whole cloth. And these are people who are taking words, and you know, what I'm saying like they're incited by words, well, don't left. There was the one that happened six months ago, whenever it was the Florida, whatever whatever it was people can be incited by words, it's pretty clear. Well, they can amp. Well, I'm not clear how the first example the Steve's gleese shooting was that guy was Bernie fan. Who's nuts? Went and shot up a softball game. He wanted to kill Republicans. But I don't know who who told him to do. No, one told them to do it. But it was one ever is words as you shot. He was like you guys are killing Americans or something like that. It was. It was. He was driven by the rhetoric. Pulling loose quote of sometime there's nuts. I mean. But I don't look nobody. Here's what I'm saying. Whether you're doing on behalf or you doing it on Hillary Clinton's behalf Bernie Sanders behalf. All nutty people say, I did it because you know, some my dog told me to kill or Bernie Sanders told me to kill or Donald Trump told me kill. But that doesn't mean the rhetoric got them to do it. They're nutty people who always have a justification for something som- killed there. Let the fuse along the way for them. I look I don't say the rhetoric helps anything I'm not drawing a straight line. Just like, I don't draw straight line to video games Ozzy Osbourne song, satanic Ozzy, Osbourne songs or Yukon. Born in in raping now, if you're a fucked up fourteen year old kid who lives in bozeman Montana, and you just listened coir over and over again while you make provides closer devices in your dad's root cellar, you probably don't pump in and. Yeah. And then you go the Clark caused it. But these are number facts fucked up people, but I don't and then also how do we police any of this stuff? We. He's giving a payment and doing whatever. That's why about it up. I think it's worth talking about. Because there is so much talk about who's inciting who who who you blame. And it's worth having to discussion about so I like when we talk about it just don't even know who started. But my point is I don't like people picking out people at going go get Leslie Jones or go get Tucker Carlson. I don't I don't like it. But I'm saying even when they do they don't like Jones's fine. And Tucker Carlson is fine. We're pretty good about it Scalise. One other guy. I don't. We don't know that might have been traumatizing for his kids like strangers outside of our house. They might be a framed shirt. I'm sure it is. And I don't I don't like it didn't move like three times after the testimony like things like that feel threatened sometimes. Well, everyone feels threatened all the time. Except for me. That's one thing. I figured out. Clearly, I don't know what the softball games. Galil was. I thought the guy was like disgruntled Bernie fan, and that's all I. But either way he's not he got a gun in one on a literally one out to execute a group of people. He's nuts. That's that's it. But it wasn't say Tannock lyrics, and it wasn't Bernie Sanders and no-one orders anyone, and I don't think we're nearly as gullible is people think and even people have mental disorders. They're not killers. They know right from wrong issues. But I don't I don't think you can convince them to go kill people. All right. Let me. Tell you about gyco. Everyone's got the to do list. How about you? Save hundreds of dollars in your car insurance at geiko dot com. Just spend a few minutes. Go to Geico dot com. Fifteen minutes could be saving fifteen percent or more on your auto insurance. Take that extra money. Put it in your pocket. Do the best thing you can do all day. 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#1322 Tide of Convenience

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#1322 Tide of Convenience

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A lot of smoke a lot a lot of smoke and That's one thing and that'd be irradiating but I'm pissed because I'm a lightweight. Easing and coughing and I got. On what do you have what he got got allergies zoo allowance she don't have constitutional late radium. I I was talking to you. Yes. Sorry. I'll just from the other day and I was standing out I'd Stj this reaction. This he goes Oh, you're you're sensitive you one of these sense it'd be like. Well thing I think a quarter of the damn medication. I have weird side effects. So let's see if we can figure that one out. because. We tend to do everything in our society. It's like A. Pachinko, Pachinko machines or balls. You learn gear looks up and go with the efforts that you don't have. No idea. Thomas Shinko was this game where you'd like fire the ball up and that cascade down with vertical. They did like price is right version. Zero. Point go the game. The thing was called Pachinko I think you're right but but Pachinko there were Pachinko COSC- it was like sort of the the Japanese version of slot machine and they were gambling devices that that took over one, thousand, nine, hundred was it was kind of vertical pinball in a weird way but anyway, and eventually the thing would fall down and fall into a slot like they didn't I don't know who. MILLIONARE'S Pockets along the way. Yeah. We in a certain right backs, you're not who wants to be a millionaire but they they had a version anyway y'all know we're talking about now. So what we do in our society is we go did sat ball fall into Hayfever does the ball fall into Sensitivity to foods you know certain foods does the ball fall into sensitivity to medications that they allergic to penicillin? Do you have your lactose? Intolerant? Papa. There's even a kind of asleep. Kind of asleep element of it. You involved any variations on the theme depend on the on the imagination of suffer and then the. People that are like you know. My wife this way like I have a headache because I haven't eaten. You have a headache because you haven't eaten for because I not. A headache you know like the set is that really something I don't know that that's something like I don't know your experience just take headaches for instance, watch some people I've had about Migraines but I have a headache today. and. So, we put it in all these different sections, but there is a theme and the theme is the guys I work construction with have none of it. And then other people have all of it. So why do you have all of it and none of it if it's a separate thing, right? You know if Hay fever or seasonal allergies or food. You're sensitive food sensitivities are I can't stand hot sauce. Why does it permeate your life? Why? Why is it just an island? Yeah. I can't eat spicy food but everything else is perfectly easy and five year. Yeah and it's not it never works that way. I know I know the sensitive people I know and they always break it down into pieces I got like I can't eat that a- can't no I. Need eight hour sleep. I'm no good. But I have a half tab of acid jump off the roof like they're just and then there people again the people I grew up with magically there is nothing I've been studying this Damore I heard about the lactose intolerance and the nut allergies and stuff like how come every fucker every worked blue collar with never even. It wasn't even an option it's for them to to. See that is the point. So it's sort of a self selecting population because it isn't an object 'cause you die on the job. or You push through it. Right. So there's a push through and component to so that people that are lightweight that can push through and be where you were and they're people that just self select they just can't go. They can't do it can't be a navy seal can't do it. So much of it feels think about that and. And Psychological It does have that quality to it, but I got to tell you as a biological piece to think about what they do select navy seals. They just keep pushing until they get the heaviest of the heavyweights the. People just keep dropping they drive I. I was. Quitting. Whole true. This more it's morning turn. Mr. Mooney. Reference Yeah. So No but with the Navy every navy seal. I interviewed and these days I feel like I've interviewed like whole battalions. there. Physically. Physically, they are that of a mid-level soccer player at the high school level, but mentally the warriors and physically. In the movies that's something else. I have found in my encounters with these guys their. Average height average weight. With. An eye toward fitness in in those types of activities, but it's really an emotional undertaking for them people drop. You know first thing they always goes I wasn't the strongest I wasn't the biggest I wasn't the anything, but I had more determination and people just literally just dropped, but they're dropping. For physical reasons sometimes, but they're mostly being broken I remember I totally agree with you. So it's both because I was in my cold shower this morning. After putting on hot and by the Fact you know that because I know where you're you're post. You have to here's the thing I did this morning too because the pools to warm you. Dan, under that shower head and you look at it, and then you just turn it on cold and just get hit. That's the process I this not the process of the cult or the hot. It's the I'm earning the handle on myself I. Turning the. A sexual thing. I'm saying, turn the crank. So i. also discovered that a hard spray cold is different than a sort of a running cold which is interesting. But anyway, so I'm standing in the chart spray cold this morning after my shower and I thought to myself I can really tolerate this is like nothing to me anymore he whether happy. But then I started thinking about an image I, saw in some some navy steel story video documentary something. Where they were locked arms on their backs. In the cold ocean in winter and they had to stay there for like seven hours or something. It was nighttime. And they start singing and they start doing things to distract themselves and to show unity and things and I thought to myself I thought Oh. This is why I could not be a navy seal because I would just become unconscious I. The lightweight part of me would take over my determination is there, but I would just be unconscious. They'd have to drag me out of there with what was going on. That that's that's lightweight nece that the difference between lightweight and heavyweight. Now it permeates everything the question really is How much of it is physiological. And as probably balanced at how much of it is a line set and to I've always thought in this is kind of interesting that I was designed genetically for robust intense. Strength based explosive comes of. Activities. And reproduction early, reproduction early and often. Wait a minute had any square that with being blown in your car. That part of the part of it. It's an expression. Okay. There's later. But in that as I aged it, just it all fell apart. You know what I mean like like I. Think my genetics were early you know like like in the in the fucking Tundra where I was you know genetically. Wired up. It was about you know calling logs around in the dying. And so I wasn't set up to maintain the same degree I probably could have done it seventeen. But when I think about it now I'm conscious. That's it. No Way. Yeah it's it's kind of interesting I. Find It. All interesting. I do find that. To. A degree I mean, it's hard to control your genetics. Obviously. So much of what we're having to deal with today isn't really about genetics because we have, we are controlling our environment. So you may have hot water coming out of that shower head if you wish and you may have cold air blowing out of your car vans if you wish versus walking to the store sort of thing. So we are. We are controlled by the question is how much of that shall we indulge in? and. You you walk into the stores were talking about yesterday, right? Well I was talking about on on my program With Yogi Yogi Monka J.. Chetty is it Jay? Shetty that hand on the shedding I'm just trying to make sure I'm not screwing up his last name. I said Here's what you do. In a world where you have to. Or we don't have real problems. You have to start making some rules and some of those rules may make sense. Some may seem a little impractical. But I was saying to him, I have some basic rules which is I don't have food delivered to my house. Easy. Doesn't mean I don't need out doesn't mean I don't pick up TAKEOUT I. If I do I order it and I go get it. That's just a rule of mine clearly everyone your family falls the same role. So whole bag of a starbucks, covering aunts and my back porch that I tell you about that. Just the tire bag of food. Yeah. No nobody does it but they're not. That's why they're not me the they've given in. This thing I like best about that image is it it's it's not you know AAA or Kentucky Fried. Chicken it's starbucks. You've gone all the way down to having Soda and coffee delivered? The instant you're thirsty sweet role as we roll. What what I'm saying is everyone just make a few rules The rule is don't have food brought to your house or do make some other rules. that one thing I discussed the. When we we summoned a your name which is. I don't bring my phone inside of the studio never have I've never brought my phone inside the studio. It's nowhere I can't get to it from what I do and I do multiple podcasts go on for hours during the day and the phone never enters the studio on exceptional rare occasion if I'm wanting to show somebody something or there's some bizarre thing that's going on but. More than ninety nine. Ninety nine percent of the time, it's more than ninety, nine percent of the time I've done thousands of shows I brought my phone in three times. I don't bring my phone into my bedroom. It doesn't it's not on the nightstand I plug it in in my bathroom and I leave at night. It's. It's wherever it is I'll see it in the morning like just cup just make some rules. That's all you better make some rules. Life Gravity Nature Society used to make rules for you now more rules. So you gotTa make your own rules and those rules have to be. I don't turn the TV on before the evening. I don't bring my phone into my bedroom. I walked to places I can walk to versus Dr. Style. Handful of simple basic. Whatever's. I don't go to bed pass this time or I don't get up later than that time or whatever that is just start laying it out. Because if you don't. You're just kind of. Swept away way by the sort of tide of convenience. The tide of convenience convenience. Let's let's Create a freeze out of it. I think tied up convene, right? Yeah. Thank you for but yeah on on brand because. Our Society is one big. How can we make this easier for you to not do anything and if YOU WANNA You WANNA get swept up in that. You'll get swept up into it big time. Well, it's interesting I. To something there but but isn't it interesting that the motivation for the easier for you? What was the phrase easier you'd have to do anything hide of to the tide commute though is is to entice expenditure is capitalism right increase the ease of exchange of goods and money. In the same people that are like very much dedicated ease of what's the phrase ease of access whatever he's trying to expended height of convenience tries to ease of expanded. Okay. So that Is the same group that saying capitalism should be destroyed. Yeah. All right. Let's drill them on that in a little more in a second. Let me take care of her little capitalism on our side simply safe most home security companies trap you with high prices, tricky contracts, lousy customer support. There's only one no brainer that is simply safe everything to protect your home, all the sensors and cameras for every room window and door tailored specifically to your home. So you go online, you put it together you live in a small home you live in a large we. 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How are the encampment surviving outside Portland before they come into the evening they camp on the outskirts and they they must be calling in food. Right I. I. Don't I didn't even break down that game. My all I'm saying is is. It you're very correct in onto something when you talk about. You know it's convenience but what's convenience convenience is? I don't Wanna Polish my own shoes, but I'll just leave him in front of my hotel room door and they'll someone will collect them in Polish up and return them in the morning and. and. That'll cost me fourteen dollars. But that's how the world works and the whole hotel's. We'd like fourteen dollars. Would you like your shoes polished? What's embedded in that fourteen dollar exchange though is not just capitalism sucks. It's up to you and I talked about the time money doesn't exist. Well eighteen dollars for shoe, Polish you and I are. It takes your breath away for for your daughter. It's like, yeah, that's shoe Polish shoe, Polish fourteen. Let's say well, I've been telling you for a while. The. Potential harm of invisible money and money doesn't exist and and now I think what you and I are kind of discovering is the broader ramifications of it so it used to just be. So when you were a kid. And you'd Save Your Dad. I don't wanNA wear tough skins. I want Levi's Levi. The popular kids are wearing Levi's he'd say he got money train the backyard you know what I mean. So it was like. Pretty Tangible. It was sort of the same discussion but there was a Tangibility, a money tree physically a tree that grows money. That was the metaphor, right? I'd use it or is that something you're making up my dad? Yeah. No my dad because it doesn't feel like because because. Your Dad Oh my dad would say, do you think money grows on trees until I started the conversation by pointing at you going Your Dad. Thought, you're saying your the general. Why Use my index finger to point you they I apologize for guiding I'm talking about my dad. Everybody. Will you or your dad what Zach Open with your you and me you and me? This problem with us is and then you went to me hey, as you a matt. Matt. Hold on I might pointing at me right now who am I trying to summon me Matt me? That's my finger way talking about me I think I'm talking about you just because I'm pointing you're going you at the end all. I'd love to hear the tape because I'd like to examine where I made my mistake. Okay. Okay. Gary will pull the now. The point is is your Dad Yeah my my dad would say he would say it like this. He would go do you think like until you until you had an image of training? Until you were like there with your dad, but I think you think money grows on trees where do you think money come trump? Do you think it's on a tree? Multiple rounds on the metaphor. Do you think I walk up and pluck a dollar off tree applauded you think? It's like, okay, three I've got A. Big Big Green Tree in my head I. got it. Yeah. Why assume that? Now you ask if my dad brought that up. There is a level beyond cheap. Sort of beyond poor where you literally just stopped discussing money. You don't discuss money like. Like. People living in the you know we. Dive. Ing Bell Thirty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea wouldn't discuss Rwanda moly a lie. You know I mean realistically they might pine for Guatemala but that guy we're going to have guacamole not again. That for the seventy fifth time we don't have Avocados. Okay I'M NOT GONNA ask about Guacamole the next night like my we didn't even talk about money because that was a that was that was a dealbreaker that wasn't a conversation started wasn't. My Dad would have happily used the money tree with metaphor he didn't have money. The reason I knew he'd had never used you never heard you keep referring to as a money tree I never thought about it that way I thought about money growing on trees. Growing, trees as though as though magically well, I understand money doesn't grow on trees and that's what I'm saying. But do you think had a tree that grew money? Whatever but so that's So, you're so we. Grew up now again, I didn't I didn't have this, but I've certainly heard of it the parents, sitcoms and stuff like that Dr drew's family the talking about money being on a tree. At least there was a physical direct line to the money. All right my kids and our society in general young people. It's a digital thing that's in their phone and it's really there's no connection. Now, your dad drove very strong connection to him and the money might family doesn't have any connection to the money and by the way it's it's unfair to call it money. It's not money. It isn't money it's Uber. You see what I'm saying sorry do so you use your phone and you tell ubereats to bring over starbucks it has nothing to do with me or money. It's not money is just ovary ubereats. So bringing food your habit fear house isn't money your houses this place where you're at it feels like the breakdown develops in the work per unit time zone. There's no more unless you're you know an hourly wage earner. Gets hourly wage anymore? You know what I mean you and I got hourly wages for a long time. Right And so we are head would go Jesus Christ, fourteen dollars was it. Thirty three quarters of my day to shine those shoes to pay for that shoeshine. I was hourly from zero until thirty one or something like that, and by the way is a physician I'm still hourly and. Sucker I had do it I had. I had very I I remember. I could remember going to there's this place when twenty-one one hung out at this Sushi place called the midnight rendezvous not heard of in What's going on here a new story midnight rendezvous. And it was it was in the San Fernando Valley was off of off a Ventura Boulevard course and. It was like popular Sushi, hang out everyone just kind of went there on a Friday or Saturday night if there wasn't anything to do or the party was over whatever it is, you'd go to midnight Rana. This was what what period of your life I've. I've probably twenty, one, twenty, two travelers. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, or something like that. Let. Me Take my business and then I'll tell you the rest of my midnight rendezvous sounds very sexy story. Cooler Shock Oh good I like this business reasonable premium ice pack colder than ice by fourteen degrees. I actually used this about three days ago and cleaner no bacteria lane water left in your cooler. So. 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And it was usual suspects and There was kind of fun place and people have drinks and stuff like that I i. I would just sit around and watch people order an eat Sushi and if I was lucky, one of my friends would throw me a California roll very rarely but California roll was like. Nine dollars and I was making nine dollars an hour but I saw tax is being. Being before I mean four right. So. I reckoned that in order for me to enjoy that California roll with tax with tip, it was about two hours work for me, and then your work was pushing pen right pushing a shovel. or or just hanging drywall or something like it was very tedious, hard work and conditioning I literally room air conditioning. I would literally look it's up. You know someone ordered amstel light at the bar you know that that was. Damn still light was five dollars and I was like, okay, that's that's our. It's about an hour pushing a shovel around. And I was like I'm not going to. Buy Thing would be like all order one beer see if I can nurse it for the night I wanNA hang out here but I can't I can't do because everything broke down into this just seven dollars an hour nine dollars an hour. Here's how much this got that is X. I'd get a fucking parking ticket for thirty one dollars I was like Mike. That's a half day's work. That's that's four or five days work. Five. Hours. I am we went on a vacation. Kids were little and they ordered breakfast in the room. I looked at the bill and I ruined the whole vacation for me. Because it was the rest of the week I was obsessing I. Do you know how much work? I had to do to just for that I just doesn't excited I would get. I would have these discussions where it's like. We. We do the same thing I told you you. I told you. From. Tales from our cheap I famously. With the Champagne story that that's that's an old timer for me that is. Walked into the Casino we're staying at there were offering glasses of champagne. They're handing him too because it was New Year's Eve or whatever. And I, of course, the glass of champagne and Lynette passed on it. Okay. Then we got down to the room and she's like I do want that. And I said, okay, we'll go up there and get it. And she said Now I WANNA I wanNA bottle of champagne and I said, okay well, good news. We got a hundred dollar gift certificate. You know I was playing the casino or whatever. You can use it at the store or use it wherever you want. So go use it and get your get your bottle of champagne and then she one up and she came back down and she she said she went to the store and she came back with a it was like a miniature bottle, the cliquot but it's like forty two dollars or whatever, and she said, I, got this at whatever and I was like, okay. I, don't know why he didn't just a couple of glasses of the free champagne they're handing out aright. It's like, okay like you did use one hundred dollar voucher at the store though right she's like now just pay. Then, she poured a glass and put it on the arm of her chair knocked it over. then. She poured a second glass took a sip off it and we were leaving and she said just leaving the full glass I should drink glass. Drinking glass it's like, I, don't really care. What what are you doing? What's your relationship with money then but later on on the same transmitter for vacation. drew a ruined. Road. Married later on on the same you and it kept your mouth shut on the same trip. We were we also had to free breakfast buffy and this breakfast buffet with something like in our childhood. Would've liked it chef molested? Omelette. Bar In. Two thousand. we were. A Lake Tahoe whatever resort it was beautiful. Anyway, we'd sit down you know you sit down you order your coffee, the kids order orange juice in and gets up and hits the Buffet and Italians like I want chocolate chip pancakes as well. Just go get the waffles or the pace at the now it's an her lynette are ordering from from the menu and I'm going there no, no, no, we got out. We got an entire buffet over there. Just I want she wants chocolate chip pancakes they don't have those. So those are eleven dollars. Okay we're ordering. Hold. On a second, we have a free buffet that's as long as the eye can see, and we're ordering stuff off the menu. Just go get a chocolate chip Danish up at the Free Buffet and Waffles. She's ordering that house like okay that's I. See your face through DC the face you're making or that's Right now now people go. So what it's nine dollars you're on vacation and that is true. But it's global each city it's true but its implications are massive and it's far as the global. Not, good for her. Oh, that's the part that people leave out. Now you don't mean from metabolical standpoint I. Mean that also, but I mean spiritual standpoint. That's That's One of the many things I attempted to express and as. It is. So, easy than denigrate capitalism because it doesn't exist. Not In, that world and and you member. said, it's no longer a world of what did she say scarcity? There's no scarcity doesn't exist everyone gets everything on their whim. So we have a new kind of economy new economics for the world We're no nothing is scarce. All right. You got some business. I do our friends at lifelock of course, since the start of the pandemic three, hundred percent increase in cybercrimes they're getting more of those hackers are getting more sophisticated. They're taking advantage of teleconference accounts. Right? You know we're all doing that and they have found a way to get into it. Good thing those lifelock it's important understand cybercrime identity theft, or affecting our lives. 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#1218 I Don't Think Ping Pong Is The Answer

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#1218 I Don't Think Ping Pong Is The Answer

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You're listening to the Adam and Dr drew show. Yeah get it on that. That dude is Algebra is mad specialized you man when a thank our sponsors for the show. Net Sweet Tommy. John lifelock flock is. Well what's going on risky so we were going to continue our conversation about spilling coroner's so-called And what that the form of it in the Henry. Ford's Day was to hearken back to center the eighteen sixties Bo would spill if we were to create a environment that took into account the current Technological revolutions. How would we do? Would it be an eighteen sixties. Version of America would have been eight nineteen fifties version. You know what I mean how. How would we create that? Even and how would we sustain it because horses sort of so to speak out of the barn. Yeah Just to recap Henry Ford had kind of an old timey town he built on. I don't know how many acres Gary but it was lots of acres and He wanted to show people what that life was like back in the day before technology that he writ large created right he contributed needed to at least well. I think there's a lot of that in human beings. I think they do tend to do that. I think they tend to create the you know they. They the the Nobel Peace Prize and they know if the guy invented dynamite. Right alright they they tend to become a invent an atom bomb and then they become a a passive like there's a lot of that in life and human wiring. Yes before it had a little of that clearly now. I think nope what they have tried to do today. It's twelve acres. But at its height it must have been hundreds of acres thousands of acres occurs. But what I think these companies like Google or whomever have attempted to do and I noticed it. A little like Pixar is I think what they had attempted to do was put it all under one roof so we you will now have people coding but they can play foosball when they want which we thought was A. We've looked that is sort of a remedy for sitting and staring at a computer all day. Every three hours you could stand up and play ping pong and play ping pong which it's not gonNA hurt. No and it's probably better than sitting there for nine hours and never leaving your cubicle. But I don't think ping pong is the answer. Yeah it's interesting. It's weird metaphor. Because Pong was the original technological move around now in order to restore restore connection to reality reality we give you ping pong right that weird. Yeah so I mean we give foosball. We'll give you ping pong hackensack the hacky sack. Or maybe we give you a Frisbee Frisbee outside but my my point is not living a certain life. Certainly you're GONNA have to get a little more into nature chair. Then a mezzanine with a ping pong table is it sufficient to take walks and listen to music or do we have to. I don't know my feeling feeling is if you're breaking a sweat that's a good thing. I agree with that number one number one. Break a sweat number to have some engagement right. I think that's exactly that's exactly what I was thinking. which is that the one thing? The screen has done is removed us from from human connection down the piece that is really really missing right right and so maybe not ping pong but maybe coffee sitting and talking with somebody. I'm not sure asked. Doing both is necessarily good. Go ahead and take your walks and run but then focus on another person for a few minutes. Well there's there's two types of engagement. There's an engagement that is a personal having coffee engagement. And then there's an engagement of a project or a task I would also add that. What's fascinating about what the construct you've created here? which is that? It's all under one roof. And it's Ping Pong foosball. That's engagement for a seventeen year old male right. That's how Jill males engage the model for humanity right not the model offer deep engagement right. Think about how regressive their idea was right. Yeah it's interesting. Yeah so I think what they I sort of thought is yeah have fun have fun activities activities and many women. Don't dig that some do and be a twenty five year old males. Don't so much I mean. If that's the option they'll take it but you also have to understand that the thirty-three-year-old coders it it. Google are seventeen year old man. That is my point that is certainly the leadership there. Is that look how they dress right. Well that's their constituency. You either way you're going to have to the things that will the things that will make sure you of. This is sweat ed or movement. It can be synthesized. You'd be on a rowing machine or on a treadmill or something not as good as a hike but but but since but sweat sweat engagement engagement challenging engagement. Is that sort of onto something there. Well yeah I will I will. I will mix and I I will take all three of these pillars and turn them into something which is which is this magic trick that the thing that will keep you from Cutting on your own inner thigh and scratching on yourself and going insane is movement sweat engagement human being goal project project engagement fix problem solving right now like writing a book now builds on. No No. No what would do all all three is when you have a crew and you're saying you do this. You do that. We need to do this. We're we're GONNA figure this out we're GONNA solve this. I'M GONNA have this list. My list is all the stuff we need. I have to keep you going. You have to keep that guy going. Tell so and so to do whatever I'll tell you to do so and so I'm GonNa come back and do whatever phys I will physically do some of it but I will also move with it in in move with you and engage with you. You tell me your ideas what you think we should do. That will cover. You can check like all three boxes and the sanity department. There you can move you can sweat. You can engage in you can problem solve sort of simultaneously so we all know. No just the little. I know from like doing celebrity apprentice. You know they go Here's your here's your challenge. You got up sell this car. You GotTa See who sells The Most Deli sandwiches or you have to whatever they give you that the challenge you then convene to your war room and you roundtable and who's in charge. Wh How do they delegate. WHO's good at? What what your skill set? What are we going to do? What are some ideas? What's a slogan? What's the Color Palette? Who Do you know What you know publa- no one ever sits in the corner and goes? I'm a little bummed out. I'm not feeling it no never ever ever. Everyone's at battle stations in other words you're on the clocks think of you in clay just mean clay. I'm a little claiming that guy. I've thoroughly impressed by that guy and I thought we when you get with him. Personally the smarts pours out of him. Yeah I don't see it on television but in space when you're right next to him it's like comes out with pores. Yeah Super Super Super Intelligent Guy and hardworking and so my I feel like in that environment. Nobody's leaning against the mop and resting and nobody sitting off in the corner needing some me time there's no microaggressions and nobody's feeling in their heart of hearts just sort of battle stations against against the clock. Now Look it's not real battle stations it's pretend. TV battle stations. But that's all you need right you've simulated it. Even if it was a pretend rowing machine all or in the water rowing right you still rolling together right and so you're immediately engaged and I don't think if there was ever a period in that time when I was doing celebrity apprentice where anybody said like I'm not feeling today day or I'm going to be over here or you don't understand I'm going through something triggered triggered I can't Baba Blah. No no everyone's just sort of up and running. Yeah and that's what happens when you don't let the devil make work for idle hands. And that's a very victor statement. Yeah so if you synthesize that engagement if you have that project if you're involved with that group group and have that whatever it be anything and by the way you were off the phones you got to be engaged enough to the phone doesn't distract you. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Our winters are certainly not again. Yesterday we were talking about a woman that worked up a big bear in the red jacket. 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ADS SETUP THAT FREE DEMO get get your free guide today net sweet dot com slash ads. I mean this is what you should do man. If you're running a business the way to do it net sweet dot com slash Shadia. So Henry Ford is we spoke about. I think sort of knew this on some sort of Cellular level yeah and created this stuff. Well this engagement the the nets this. That's we'd add triggered something else in my. Can I bring it up a different thing ahead. I don't know if you saw. EEOC the about five days ago. Maybe not even that long ago was talking about the fact that the stock market has been on a tear. And that's horrible. And that's the problem with America and that's the difference between people with money and people without and I thought people retirement retirement plans and labor unions and people that by the way and all that growth in those companies means it translates to jobs the only thing we got wrong so as far as it hasn't CIA translated to salary growth. That's what we need to like. See some of and that's starting to happen maybe again. That's a problem. Well let me but how are are you GONNA do Hillary growth without business growth on that note. There is a McDonald's and I brought this up before I think when I was in San Francisco and I was walking down the wharf street and pass the in and out Burger. I think it said fifteen fifteen dollars an hour or possibly eighteen dollars. I think they're set at fifteen at the medicine. Eighteen it was above whatever the minimum was the requirement was because they need people. That's what demand creates the price increase. Yeah I was like. She doesn't understand basic think economics would wants to pretend it doesn't happen or wants to remind and I was. I was An Omega when you and I were killed eighteen dollars an hour for working for aw Burger Badgen. I was I went on a McDonald's run for some of my guys Two weeks ago at my house by the McDonald's by my house and that'd be a sign hanging out and said fourteen bucks an hour and you know that ain't in San Francisco on on the water. That's just the middle of the valley. Kind of thing. They wherever that whatever neighborhood man however that works. It Ain't attracting people for nine bucks an hour. You GotTa pay him and I read somebody somewhere. Somebody tweeted me. Me that Takhot Bell I think I think somebody tweeted me if thing because it was like Taco Bell Your Toco bell material or whatever it was but tree thing says You make a hundred grand is a manager managing Taco bell and while that's like average income for internist general practitioner TACO bell will try paying some managers thousand dollars a year. Sixty two thousand But in and out pays oh they're already pays one sixty two some. Wow you know you can't wonder no one wants to go into medicine and everything has to do with. I'm just saying I'm looking at it from my perspective. I'm worrying about my professional the time and now I get it well. Well here's the problem. Here's the problem the AFC problem and I've been around. I've seen Ettelaat because your family i. It's I've seen it it is. It's a Lotta this chick think and it's like a lot of like I don't like these fossil fuel companies. I don't think they should be allowed to bub-bubba I don't think and it's like you never look Those shoes you're wearing right now. You ordered on Amazon and they were shipped across the country on a diesel truck. You know like that that plane you fly like all this stuff. I'm not sounding sound like one of those people but I'm saying is let's not be so naive and just go. Let's get rid of these fossils. Fossil fuel built this nation. Okay let's look at ways to curtail or let's see if we can get them to start be part of the solution or or whatever it is but let's not just be angry. I angry at so-and-so trading so and so you live in a world that has air conditioning. That's a big deal. This is metals that are taken from the ground. This is mining this manufacturing and there's there's a byproduct of manufacturing there's pollution and there's lots the things that that happen and there's byproducts of energy this sort of this this notion let them eat cake kind of thing like I just have a I will not. It's a very it's an adolescent way of doing things. The cell the seventeen year old stuff right seems seems to be the thing right now. Yes it's like. Oh I'm angry at my step dad because he got me a camera and not a BMW. It's like okay. Let's really drill down on your Stepdad. Right and what he does and what he's had to do and where he started and where he got to. And what what he had did anyone by him a camry emory growing up like this really instead of just waving your hand and announcing he's a bad guy and you're angry let's really break get down like yes The people who are making money off the you know the big corporations or whatever they were big in them which which means they have employees which means they generate a lot of income for a lot of people and or and or tax tax revenue for the government as well like flippantly sweeper hand ago so and so's evil. GM is evil no no GM is just GM. There's things about them we. We'd like them to do better things we wouldn't we'd like to do more of things we'd like to do less up. It's just a sort sort of. We don't need these failing. The blind went away. How many jobs would that mean? We'll hundreds and hundreds of thousands right people corporations big big and small create jobs. And that this thing that you want this middle class last that you speak of. GM employee approximately one hundred and eighty thousand people so says the Internet and many of those people. Most of those people are in the middle class. And I'm sure there's a whole group of retired people dependent on them to another hundred eighty eight thousand right so you don't like them because they make a product that pollutes or whatever it is okay. There probably make a lot of equipment that goes into hospitals that works on Prenatal and saves lives as well. Let's just throw it all out. The you know what I mean that is that is the interesting we think notion. Let's get rid of that right. The throwing the baby out with the bathwater is something I find myself thinking about all the time. There's a lot of gotta gotTa do this. You know and and everything goes including all the good things that could have come at their undoing right. I mean we gotta get rid of jails. Oh good well well now whatever we we were going to build one with the whole hospital attached to it. What are those people supposed to do? We're figuring out. Well it's also the sort sort of thing where there is. Nothing inherently unjust pardon the Pun or evil about a jail. There's there's nothing inherently unjust are evil about a big corporation. It's how the corporation function. Yeah what what do you do. It is is jailed good or bad. We'll jails aren't good or bad it's who's in the jail. How did they get to that jail? Why are there in that Jim how they've been treated video how they're being treated in jail that the answer is get rid of jails? The answer is let's make sure we get it right in terms of WHO's going in and who's staying power our. They're being how they're being treated correct. That's the throwing the baby out the bath. Water stuff that I've been preoccupied with lately. It's been weird California. That's their deal. While just undoing doing everything California does a reverse engineering. That is the worst reverse engineering in the world. It is my again. It's my in. This car won't go faster than forty miles. An hour will then bust the glass. Put your finger on the Speedo and move at sixty five and say they're putting the finger on the scale. Always Stu many suspensions at school. Then stop doing suspensions at school. There's too many people in prison prison. Then let them out. There's if stealing something that costs five hundred dollars a felony then raises two thousand. Half half the felons this notion we're California zone and the rest of the country doesn't know what's going on here is is Biz bizarre it out. Obviously all the does exacerbate everything you need to figure out. Why Hi this cars topping out at forty not moved the speedometer that that just means less time and less resources into why hi? This car isn't moving and more into move satiated moving. Forget honesty. Oh Yeah Yeah and it doesn't work. God they just had the story story in I think Eric and find it. Out of San Francisco Guy like rob three banks and three days and they just let him out in robbed a fourth like but he can do he took probably less than a thousand dollars each time. So it's not a felony David. Thirty four Fontana lifetime percent. What's up it's up so I got a four year old son and my wife was swing as I noticed he he was put aside hurt himself a little bit let scratching himself? So we're trying to see something that we should it'd be worried about. Is it just growing up. What concern about this? Tell me more what he's doing exactly so the first time he did it. You know I was assigned down. He had his pencil and nothing by himself. Kinda say in writing on very crying on looks like he your pencil into his hands because you took something away from from him no I think like he was. Maybe he didn't realize shocker was my thought But like maybe he tried to write on the Polish. And we're we're having trouble. I'm having trouble getting at what you're describing well because one time you say he's he's jagged Pinhas had that it's like oh no. He was just riding on his hand and pushed too hard right right. That's what I that's what I thought he was doing. I thought he was. Maybe just trying to draw his hands ready ended up like jabbing his hand. Because was he up so much of communicating. Yes yes indeed. Look obviously it's a mistake. Then that's a mistake. There's nothing Scott. He's intentionally only trying to hurt himself. And that's that's an issue but you can't just keep going. I thought he was doing that and I thought it was doing this now. I thought he's done that. It let me speak Nick to David was he doing it. was He hurting himself intentionally. Yes or no no no that time all right so now so he never does that. So why would you bring it up as an example if he wasn't trying to hurt himself that time Christy my wife. That was the start of something that he's Like behavior that he started showing so I've us a time where the Everson Everson example where he did it intentionally. I'm only time he was sitting down. There were at lunch and he's he's scratched himself because he was angry. Okay where did you scratch himself on his hands. So he just sorta like was digging his his nails into his hands. Yes all right. You should talk to his pediatrician. I I don't know that I would necessarily get alarmed about this again. He you can't regulate and kids kids move towards primitive ways to try to feel better and regulate express their anger and whatnot. Kids will even hit head their head and to hold there breath so I don't know what to make of this just yet but you should discuss with his pediatrician. Okay we'll do just want to know if there was any considering well. I talked to. The Pediatrician Kids David. If there was no concern I wouldn't tell you. To Talk to the media attrition. Okay how are you and your wife doing at houses home. We're good I mean I'm I'm away from home for work often anyways you know we'd be whenever I bohm in your way your way from home doing what I working you three months three weeks out of the month. What business are you in? What works on On what Cessnas. So you're you're GonNa hold on do you. Do I work on Tesla. Tesla Tesla Tesla so you three weeks out of every month so the child is GonNa feel. Oh that that's a lot of absence a lot of absence. What are you doing on Tesla? I'm a technician just fixing cars when they come now with that Super Roadster if I knew I would tell you. Yeah then says we're. I'm always interested arrested in how people respond to things their questions. You know what I mean like because it's so funny go. Where are you Jay? Tessa what they also when you go what they don't really change their what they said like you have to understand. Tesla's US something we've heard of but in a vacuum it's kind of weird. You know what I mean like when you go what do you do. You wouldn't go norge uh-huh go. I do refrigerator repair. Yeah you wouldn't go norge. Yeah you could say Boeing generically what you do. Yeah not just put out a company you describe. What do you do mountain dew like okay okay? Something with mountain dew. Now I have to keep doing what I'm saying. Is this whole process of the defendant. The processes like I'm gone three weeks out of the month. Why why what do you do? I work at a facility. That's two hundred miles from my house. We repair automobiles and so I stayed whatever whatever that is. I don't know what is it. We used to deal with a love line a lot like the people. You're constantly asking a second question Russian. What's going on all right? Let me tell you about. I'll tell you about this guy in Stockton and robbed all these banks. I will say about. Tommy John Tommy John. They don't give an f they give three FS fabric fit and function proprietary fabrics or perform. 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In June two thousand nineteen for robbing six banks in two thousand thousand twelve now being charged with robbing two more banks in September so it turns out it turns out that there is a very small group of human beings. If you really think about it think about what it would take for you you or your kids or someone you know to rob a bank move. I mean unthinkable impossible and think about what it would take for you or somebody you know to stab somebody or to just be walking down on the street. Bus someone's window sort of like crawl in through the window and grabs up. What would that take? You have to have happened to that or your kids. Just they'd have. Let's get strung out on. Are you capable. Are they capable. Do you know anyone who's capable of doing it. So is it turns out. There's a very small group group of our society that are capable of putting their hands on a stranger or robbing a bank or or doing. What have you to you do? It's essentially like domestic battery. It sounds unthinkable for you to put your hands on your wife bright but for the guys who do it. It's not one and done. Oh it's a thing it's a thank you and I would argue that when it comes to crime time putting your hands on somebody stabbing someone punching somebody hurting somebody stealing someone's property it's not one and done either with the only do what are you. There's a king attics. But that's not one and done either. That's however long you're right wrong out that's right so my point is once a guy rob six banks thanks Assume there's a seventh in his future and assume they're zero in your future because it's you're either either can do it or you can't do it and and you can either Physically assault somebody domestic. Is there any such thing as one in done with a domestic abuse situation patience no no and if it is one don it's a he said. She said she was swinging at him. He pushed her away. She fell down in but it's not a physically elite ball up a fist punch. 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#1271 You Can't All Just DO This

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38:47 min | 1 year ago

#1271 You Can't All Just DO This

"Thanks for listening to the atom. Dr Drew Show on podcast one. Podcast one presents a collect call from sing-sing name is John Lennon. I'm locked up for selling drugs and committing murder. Also Brash Choir magazines project so I'm a writer and I'm prisoner. Imagine trying to stay focused and talk about issues of substance pizza slamming prisoners screaming and blaring in the background. Get new episodes every Wednesday on spotify. Podcast one and apple podcasts. Well we roll out a theory. Coalmine my magic spackle theory which you guys should take and run with. I think it's more than a theory. I think it's a it's a metaphor for reality. Yes so you're welcome America. I I'll tell you about lifelock corona virus it is upon us and CYBERCRIME is kicking into overdrive lot of complaints to the FBI like Scams promising a government checks and Faye. Cova charities. Boy. You guys know what we're doing with boy it's like here's what it is. It's two thousand twenty. 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Promo Code Atom Call One eight hundred lifelock or lifelock dot com use Promo Code Adam for twenty five percent off recorded live at Corolla one studios with Adam Corolla and board certified physician and addiction medicine specialist. Dr Drew Pinski. You're listening to the atom and Dr Drew Show. Yeah I get it on. Got To get it on. Church vindicated on. Thanks tune in front of that about with also an match Mexican. Oh I am also that it's interesting. Did Not know. Impressive material drew a theory based on a conversation. I had Nine minutes ago with the Jose other shop which is communication difficulty. I know you're texting now. No I'm not I'm trying something that's driving me and say let me try one more time. Go ahead what are you doing stuff? My phone's about don't ask I get it done really quick. Well I'll let you all talk about something. No done good all right now hold on. Where's my phone? That's right not in the studio number in the studio all right now. Listen you're your doctor? But I'm a sought after carpenter's I don't think there's emergency there are. I'm sure somebody's wife has called you on an emergency several times. Yes yeah all right so communication. Yeah I believe that. Our phones and other distract distractions are hurting us from communicating correctly. An immediate demonstration. Exactly that hurting our ability to communicate interpret. You're not talking about this. Just distracting us from personal communication. You mean it's impairing communication by virtue of how we're always using the phone know what I'm saying is is Constan pure weakens your immune system right having every number on your phone and never having to memorize anyone's number probably probably weakens that part of your brain memorize people's phone numbers like we used to do back in the day and it is generally compromised are sort of ability to communicate and to also sort of infer things used deductive reasoning and logic and stuff like that. Yeah I just had this situation where I was working on my Warehouse and told Jose he's going to be at home depot. Grab a bucket. Grab a gallon of Swiss coffee which is like off white and get it in interior semigloss. Give it to the boys and have them Put it up on in the bathroom. Paint the bathroom so okay and then the next day I walked in the bathroom was Brown through and it was I looked at the can in the can was brown and it said It said Exterior. Which is weird. Like right on the top of the CAN and and it said Satin just the sheen where I I wanted interior and semigloss and was not Swiss coffee. So it'd been vexing me for a while and I finally ran down Jose at the other shop and I was like. What is this story behind this? How does it work because forcing you get as he sort of Vega toots all the times I thought I told the guy you know? He said I said okay. I told US coffee. Yeah Yeah I should to Swiss coffee. He said okay. Okay so my next on your mind. I'm talking. I'm talking to Jose and I'm like they have aisles of Swiss coffee in its INA. Can that the reason I ordered Swiss coffee is you don't have to have it mixed up. It's just there. Yeah so I don't know why Jose didn't just walk down the aisle and get a cannabis with coffee. But he didn't. He said to the Guy. Behind the counter. I want Swiss coffee and there is A. There's an entire wall of swatches of color swatches with paint code so you go pick the color then you give the guy the card. Yeah and he looks at they color code and he goes. Okay mixes into shots at this? Who Shot to that. I don't know that there's anything where you talked to a guy. `bout a color if the hand him there's kind of two choices you want Swiss coffee. Yeah you want me to Mitch Color. Where's the swatch or bringing your daughter's Cardigan and hold it up and we can try to do a match or whatever but yes yes. Okay so I just said Jose what what happened. How how did this go down? Said to the Guy Swiss coffee and he said okay. Let me mix up a random brown. That's what he gave me. I said okay. You said Swiss coffee and the Guy Works there with the aisles of Swiss coffee. He just said Okay and he just said I'll make I'll make brown color. I Yeah I said okay. Go Talk to the guy at the store. Now you'll never find that guy committed suicide. I said I said to him but but semigloss I told him semigloss in Interior. You Got Teary. I told him so coffee. Semigloss INTERIOR PUT THE KANSAS EXTERIOR. Sat in on it. I don't know I said okay. Well then why I took it to the shop and I told Roberto Alvarez like I'm not sure about this this looks seems weird to me talk to Adam first before you put it up and I'm like okay. What HAPPENED THEY PAINTED? Like is any of this happening. Is this really happening or is this what we're talking about? Is it all made up? I don't know I don't. I don't know what Roberto I don't know what said to Roberto under the Guy Behind counter. I don't know what it Jose's saying he's like I checked it on my phone and it looked like this. I don't know what's actually happening anymore. Do you know how did this happen and did he seem confused by your perplexed this no he was just like. I went and told the Guy Swiss coughing this game me but how would a guy who works in that department with really Swiss coffee only stock color? This may be another point. This may be another. Seminal moment like when your daughter said your wife said your daughter's feelings are hurt feelings therefore that's fact. This may be another moment like that where we're crossing over. We're whatever you say well what comes back. Here's here's what we're able to achieve now. What we're able to achieve is a kind of time machine logic that somehow transcends everything so you say hey man what happened. And he goes. I told him exactly. What and then if I went to Roberto Alvarez said. Why'd you paint it when Jose said don't do they go? He never said that. And if I talked to the guy behind the counter he'd go that guy came up and he said he wanted Oyster Brown. And I'd be like one at someone's lying. You can't just do this. We can all just live in this world. We're going to COM CA concoct leading. We want your zeroing in on something else which memories are terribly inaccurate extremely inaccurate and I feel like that's been getting worse to all my God so so people feel in their memories however they please yet but let me get limited. Here's the yeah. Of course how the memory feeling. Here's how that magical spackle works. It goes over all the Shit you did wrong. You just smack like Jose he's like. Hey Man I just went in and did that. And then he'd probably sit around thinking what would make this even better. I told Roberto not to paint until they talk to you you did. Why DIDN'T REPORT WIDER ROBERTA? Put it up that afternoon so you told the guy behind the counter. I want Swiss coffee. That guy has an aisle of cans and say Swiss coffee on eight feet behind him. He didn't point at those cans he went. I'll make you a magical brown color and then you told Roberto who's dutiful guy. I don't know about this paint. Don't paint it until you talk to the FA and he went fuck that I'm going rogue or he's got a thousand things to do. It could just put the talk that him. That's what you did or is that magical. Spackle the magical spackle that cleans wonder where our justice system is such a mess. It's relying on reporting and people remembering and being honest so everyone gets their own can of magical spackle and we get to just go over all the fissures and cracks and imperfections in our stories. And it's it looks like a skating rink with a fresh Zamboni run. When you're done with the magical spackle so now I'm talking to Jose this whole fiascos five hundred bucks out the window for me. But how can I blame him? He told the guy this is what the guy game. Now he had pick hiccup a little. When I said it says in big print on the can exterior satin we said interior semigloss. Why didn't you look at that? That was that was. That was the other guys. I didn't have my jewelers. Yes Gary Sorry Magical spackle listen magical spackle. This glorious term. I like that a lot. The one thing I did when I was listening to the telling of this story the first time the one thing that made me perk up a little and it does not fix the nine subsequent failures but somebody posited that maybe the gentleman at the home goods store hiccuped over the word Swiss and just coffee or something like that but that was intriguing but but why go to the guy at the counter because the take longer and they don't want to actually work now now. Don't go to the guy to count. Wow unless you WANNA mic something. Did he not know that? Swiss coffees available. Evidently he wasn't aware that. But here's the thing. Is he a painter. How far off? Here's market was. He's a poet. Here's here's depart. Well in certain surely card only yes. Actually he know. Here's the part. That's mind numbing if you go guy the counter at the home depot and you go. I went coffee Swiss Coffee Navajo White. Whatever you say to him he's GonNa Point at the Swatch Wall and go. I don't take requests. Go get the thing. I'll have the number on the number will be on the hand or beyond the swatch will mix it up. You can't just shout out names. That doesn't mean anything. They don't have a mem- memory. You could say coffee there. Probably five different manufacturers that have a version of coffee. You know what I'm saying. So that's that also I've screamed about my entire working life. Which is Swiss. Coffee IS LIGHTER THAN NOVEL WHITE. Perfect of the word that one that has a word coffee in it is lighter than the has white in the winter has award coughing. You get it kind of looks like coffee. You go there you go right. And that's part of the problem with labeling yes if it was called Arctic wife and you turned and looked at it it was fucking Brown. You'd go whoa wait a minute. But it says coffee. Yeah that's the problem. Get people to fucking label things correctly. Get Magical spackle. Thinking what's going on drew is. Is this the computers that are doing? This is is it. I let me let me tell you something about me. I work with a guy. You guys should try this you have. I work with a guy and he'll tell me story who go. I got an idea. I'm a D. about a script that when a ride about this guy's from my hometown he's a biker. But he ran drugs too but he was a black bell taught kids but he also hooked up with the Mafia and then when I see that guy week later or more I go let me see if I can tell you. That story told me I do it to him all the time and I just close my eyes and I go see the guy who was from your own hometown right. Sometimes it'd be little things I keep come to he come out to la or San Diego La Okay so you come out here from Sterling Illinois to come out right and then he he he he does score over these drug dealers right and I. I'm checking how much of his story that I can regurgitate. We're doing it to test your memory. Yeah WanNa know. If I'm listening I WANNA know how I'm listening and what I'm screwing up and what the way to hear stories when somebody's talking and telling the story after picture him. I've told you this. Dunning Kruger problem is massive and it applies to memory to people grossly overestimate their memory. Well let Rotel Ball Ball all right. We'll get into that second. I WanNa tell you about liquid ivy easy health healthy solution for dehydration. One stick of Liquid Ivy. One stick is good. Put that sixteen ounces of water shake it up real good much. Hydration as two to three bottles water proper. 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Get better hydration today at liquid. Iv Dot Com Promo Code Atom. So done in Kruger. Yeah the people have. It's a cognitive distortion. That people believe they know more than they do. They they overestimate their sort of understanding of something because they a little bit. They assume they know a lot. Say and they have a grotesque distortion of how memory works people tend to think memory is like a video like a screen that you're watching something recur. It is a highly redacted reconstructed phenomenon that gets re reconstructed over time no member. That's that's why witnesses are one of the gear goes will tell you one of the least reliable forms of evidence witness. I have had conversations with my wife that were three days old where Shogo wife standing in the kitchen. I was telling you the story and Natalia with standing next to me and Blah Blah Blah time wasn't in the kitchen. Listen I go. I'll take exactly what you were standing by the fridge. Start TELLING THE STORE. Then you walk over to the coffee new continuous. During the Italian it was not in the room. Sonny was sitting next to me at the table. Tally was in her room. The wow they can actually make Dr Bombay a physically making people present in the room. That weren't even there again. I don't here's the deal. It's it's like I don't blame them. But you must be cognizant of this You must be aware that this is something you're able to do. You have to look at yourself like the Wolfman on a full moon like lock me in this closet. I don't blame nobody. I don't care that your memory's not that great but you have to understand that you have a propensity to do this and that Europe to my wife fills in elaborately war. No it's it's a whole and I've got a son I've got screwball. Memory that when I was young particularly I and it's not like it was and I'm aware of it but I kind of had a screen memory when I was a kid. I've got a son that's got that you have a what memory screen like like. I can play it back like in my son's got that memory. I see him doing all the time. We just played back the tape and so when something had happened where he was around of tell them the storm. I will just go to the tape him. Yeah yeah I know that so because I kind of had the same thing and now I don't anymore. Well here. Here's the here's the insidious nature of what we're talking about. If the person you're dealing with could be micro macro could wife in the kitchen could be political story whatever. It is something big something small if that person just has a bad memory. Then there's no problem right. It's going to be sure but if that person has a narrative and a bad memory and an agenda now work going down a fucking rabbit hole. Because now they're explaining what happened with an agenda with momentum with certitude and none of it happened. That's an issue so if there's somebody saying I don't you know I can't remember if I was touched by this judge or Joe Biden who caviar. Whoever it if they just go I really don't remember whatever but if they know what happened and they're telling you what happened and it may or may not have happened now we're getting some pretty scary territory as a society who very scared. Who Will I do think now? Listen I'm not taking this position. Nobody attacked me for this one. But do you think the metoo movement in their attempt to support women saying like all women have to be believed no matter what no matter what victims have after be believed have put a little juice behind this idea that all memories are valid. Oh Yeah I was thinking about it. The other day I looked it up when I was born in. Nineteen sixty four six point seven or something percent of women had college degrees. I'm in well under ten percent now and men were like eleven point seven eleven eight or something like that now. Women have surpassed men and they're hovering just little under forty percent. The guys are thirty six percent or something they they're a little bit higher but the point is is. I've started really I e. Everyone thinks I'm a Douche I get it. I wrote a book called in fifty years. All be chicks because I'm studying the male mind in the female mind and they're very different. Anybody who's had that conversation with their fucking wife in the kitchen where they explain exactly what happened. That never happened. There's there's there's going to be an issue a different if that person's in charge of the neighborhood there's some issues there's GonNa be some issues and the more we can get the more women who go through college who essentially indoctrinated and then hold positions of power in the more men who hold positions of power. Who went through that feminization process? We're going to get things that aren't necessarily based on a hard science or hard facts. We're GONNA get feelings. We will be more feelings based which isn't all that but it's not great like during a pandemic. Well it's it's good if you know that's what's happening so you can move back and forth. I know it's happening right and other people don't know and speaking of hard scientists. I've been thinking a lot lately about epidemiology and all that and Models those not hard sciences. And we've been treating them for the last two months like they are. We say well. There's highly speculative mathematical modeling based on kind of spur. Some of its on spurrier. What is so? I'm starting over in certain about it. Drew Yeah I'm GONNA tease this. But what is the difference between the epidemiologist models for disease per se and Environmentalists environmental scientists models. The let me let me even use a less charged notion models of where. The market's going right. Those are accurate. Those are expert expert Models Bhai Brilliant Computer Sciences. Many Times. They right I was I was. There is a tape tape a guy like very much and I think a guy who I who most people respect a lot I do. Mark Cuban ECK guys being interviewed. I mean arguably the guys on Shark tank. You're seventeen. He's a wildly successful financially wildly successful guy. He's wildly successful by all measures and the guy was sitting around talking and he goes. If trump gets elected Economy stock market could drop by half by half. But it's going to be real bad times. That was his prediction. Now we we had some of the best times financially before the crow virus. Obviously but I mean he was very wrong wrong and that's a guy who if he was a family member of yours. You would be seeking financial advice from him and rightfully so. But I'm saying that's how wrong people can be the one thing that Foul she always says though that is correct and much the way economic models are financial model with will say the same thing which is. Hey Hey man the viruses in charge. We don't know the virus in charge and the financial guys will say it's Mr Market. Mr Market goes up mark down. We we know weak predictor right. But what I'm saying is these models have been from age seven to my age now I have heard one hundred and fifty thousand proclamations about where we were heading environmental a. We've had gary read the stuff about the ice ages coming in the seventies and eighties and none of them. They factor in cars more cars more people driving. They didn't factor in catalytic converters in nineteen seventy-three. No one knew what a catalytic converter was invented. Right see they're not factoring that not only that but the phenomenon that really catch humans is when something happens. They don't anticipate right so they know this change. We got to come up with something like Catholic converted. They come up at the catalytic converter. Things are bad same thing with I knew with this outbreak. I knew we'd start to have treatments and we'd start to have this. We start to have that and it would that the original models out of the imperial college were assuming that humans did nothing except continued their behavior like kissing each other. I'm going to give a break to be fair. That guy was balls deep in Cooma when he was coming up with some of those calculations safely distancing with Dick cry. You guys know this story about Ferguson. It's great bright. You Brooke you save at minute second. Let me tell you about Tommy. John Working from home all that sitting around answering emails standing up picking up the toy days filling the dog ball up man takes its toll on your layers man. Tommy John. Those life has its ups and downs. They've at noon improved underwear. I. You can't improve it. How do they improve it either? Old Stuff is the stuff I'm wearing right. Now is the best even better making more resilient and two times more durable. 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It's just you guys haven't been around long enough but if you hang around long enough you just see that. Most these proclamations are all. These are not hard science. The they are attempts to predict the future which nobody can do. Well let me let me say this drew ready. Yeah I had this chapter. You rely rely on you so you kind of know what you know like He. You know there's more sense. You need sense horse sense pragmatism. A sort of a thing that people are starting to lose. They're losing that certain to lose basic sense. It's gone The what. I was thinking about earlier today. Was this and I. I want to see this resonates with you. I've always said that if you go to a doctor as it pertains to the pandemic if but I. I've said this in the past if you go to a doctor and you say I hurt my ankle and he goes. Oh your your ankles broken. And then he'd he goes. Did you do it? You go skiing and he goes okay. No more skiing for you. But what if your professional skier and so what we're saying is what happened corona virus. Lock it down man. Go stay in your apartment. That's good if the guy is in a professional skier you know what I mean like visit a weekend warrior having some fun and you go man. Stay off the slopes fine. But if you do it for a living. The answer needs to be different. The answer needs to be. I'M GONNA put a couple titanium screws and a plate in here and I think we can get it out about five weeks and whence when's the next race not no more of that that that is not we don't need? I don't need a doctor to tell me no more of that. And if and what we're doing is we're treating it like lockdown weekend warrior. No more skiing now. We're professional skiers. We have to go out and compete with now. Nobody said we. We have to stay off our ankle. Fine but for how long? It's not just go home and forget convalesced the rest of Your Life. We gotta get you back on the circuit. We gotTa Rehab and get you back out there. And then there's this notion now. And this is the insidious part is all the fucking postseason standing by the doctor. He said go home forever. It's like hey my livelihood is skiing I have to do now. I'm not saying I can ski this weekend but I am saying. We've got to come up with the plan. No shot it down that you're putting his leg his financial gain ahead of his leg. Oh my God if I hear another fucking newscaster going we're GONNA put a people of Color in danger so you can get a haircut. You can go out and have a Martini now. Not For me for the restaurant. You fucking assholes you sanctimonious pricks Jesus Christ is that. We lost the ability to think. What would we are you in front of a camera if those are your opinions so sad? It is a weird sad state. I had a weird moment or not weird but like a sad moment I was like I know it's just going through my tweets and it was Susan Collins who with Parkinson's disease and I don't. I don't know her Maine Senator. I do not know her but it was a thing of her going. Hey you know. A lot of people that needed to get filling. It's now turning into root canal. So we need to figure this out and I went. I don't know who she is but she's a Republican. That's what I that's what I I didn't know it said Republican. Okay Republican I such Democrat but look now now we got a well sometimes sometimes our EP. Well whatever she is. I'm a fan of her. I liked her. She always reminds me of Republican. Okay now here. Thank you drew. Here's what I always thought you were wrong. I said I always saw a democrat. Well if I said she was a Republican and he said I always thought she was a democrat. That's a form of saying. I'm around as represented has represented Maine in the Senate since one thousand nine hundred seven all right so it's only been twenty seven years you know here's I just think about may part of his. I don't think Maine is now that that's that's my point here. Here's here's here's the scary part. I'm saying I looked at this person. She's a woman and she from Maine and it's a very liberal state and I thought that's a Democrat and then I thought now Shang something sort of normal you know what I mean like. You have to call sharing a practical thing you say. We got the dental care which lock it down. No not don't pay rent then forget about going back to work like she was sick. She said something sensible. Yeah and I was like I thought she was a democrat. But I was like now. I'm gonNA check because she seems she saying something sensible and that's kind of what we that's where we're at now by. Here's something sensible. I know they're not Democrats which is weird to me. Like whatever can be sensible with dental care right to normal fall. We don't get sensible with this whole thing. God knows what catastrophes people are going to bring down you know. It just requires critical thinking and decision. Making I've said unintended consequences. There's might new bumper stickers unintended consequences and all roads lead to narcissism are my two things. Yeah those are my two things and and watch out what you pray for there is there is something is created by you creating something if you say everyone locked down in perpetuity. Fine that is safe. There will be a whole bunch of negative residue that comes off not safe by the way the the actual residue from that will be social unrest people force into poverty. Massive medical problems and people have no access to care or finance or a way to make a living. I mean it's just what and what the governor just goes on pretty money here that the state of California wants to trillion dollars. Just neutrally book all right. Let me hit It goes at your think about money not having any more meetings invisible. The Governor Governor ideas dollars. I can't put money. You can print it a trillion. Wait a minute. We're this stop. I am so confused by that when he asked for that. 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#1369 Dr. Drew in the Red Zone

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#1369 Dr. Drew in the Red Zone

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Adam that's twenty five percent off at lifelock dot com promo code atom recorded live at corolla one studios with adam corolla and board certified physician and addiction medicine specialist. Dr drew pinski. You're listening to the adam. Dr drew show. He added on to get it onto. Thank you to our sponsors had space and jordan jaren lifelock doctors board-certified vision physician. Heal thyself. funny man. He's co he's At the homestead for one more batches shows Cova thing so health on you. How you feeling so Or deal or the on half. So i was slowly getting better and then all of a sudden yesterday started getting worse again and i couldn't understand what was going on. And lo and behold during the middle of the night developed full-blown diverticulitis. So now i've got diverticulitis. On top of covert and diving guys. A deep seated infection in your coal caused the localised peritonitis and it makes you fatigued as hell so. I hose fatigue and diverticulitis fatigue. It's really oh my god but have you hadn't. Yeah sorry go. What got die for dick. You're litis because I get very. I get about once a year. Get very characteristic symptoms. Where i it. My bladder hurts and then i get leffler quarter pay that it gets bad and then they get fatigued and i always in gas and called ten is miss. You know you camp pass stool through because it's all inflamed in there and And i always. It always takes me about six hours of what's going on. I can't pete what's going on here and then after a while i go of shit this again and It's very unpleasant. I gotta tell you it's the good news. Is the cova part. My breathing is a lot better and I i kind of feel like the the end zone is in sight. You know what i mean. Maybe maybe try agenda the red zone a little bit here with the covert Oh into the red zone like the twenty inside the twenty exactly well. That's good right. Yeah and You've been currently checking in on me every day. And i appreciate that. That's the things that are dealing with have get the senior butter. Get the backseat. Did you notice that. The city of the la county has been such an abject failure with their vaccine roll out. The city is taking over. Now you see there now. I did not know that but obviously it's not when you see how the city is run or their how needs run. It certainly wouldn't surprise you was. I wouldn't look at rolling out a vaccine as out vaccine. I would look at. It is implementing something important in a timeline orderly fashion. It really wouldn't matter if it was the homeless or you know. Get it clunkers gasp. You know Air polluting clunker cars off the road like whatever whatever it is. Were tempting to implement whether it's The power company or clearing the brush in the forest fires or whatever whatever we attempt to implement or whether it was like the i guess the edd stuff with the unemployment The prisoners getting it from their prison cells. Like we fuck up everything. I i wouldn't i wouldn't take this personally. We have a bad legislators and we have a bad governance and we fuck everything. We fuck up everything. So there's just one more thing where fucking up. However i always i will always give credit where credit is due at hats off to garcetti for taking over. He's actually doing a may much better. I got my office. Staff vaccinated yesterday. He's doing a much better job than the county has done. Hats off to them and good for you. These defiantly something you know. We can tip our hat to. I haven't heard anything from the grim reaper. Barbara ferrara for a little while. But i haven't been watching a ton of news. I don't know where we're at with that. La county was always you know doom and gloom. That's all. I've heard for the last several weeks but i don't know where we're now. I don't know where we're at either. Because i've only heard gloom for the past nine months. When we were two hundred cases a day was grim staggering cataclysmic and then we were fifteen thousand cases a day and same thing i. I don't know which is bad. Two hundred fifteen thousand three thousand. I can't tell anymore we're coming down a little bit. The big problem is the hospitalizations and And i'm here to tell you. Did we talk about this last time. How strongly i feel people should stay out of the hospital and how to do that. We got into that and again. It'd be one of the things you know. Possibly you could take those big freeway signs instead of rioting slow for the coun- zone you could put something on. That had a little more meaningful message about michael here. There's a website called. Speak with an md dot com. It has been very useful and getting the medications that for whatever reason. The doctors aren't prescribing. gary just told me a story about how you know a friend of his contacted somewhat in the and they said damn live is not given as an outpatient it is only given as an outpatient and it's covered by all insurance. If you're in kaiser your trouble getting it but everybody else can get doctor. Supplies core apps seal our. Am please everybody. There's all kinds of things to be done to keep people out of. The hospital uses telemedicine. You know us. He'll or whatever but speak that. Md has been good and and get treatments and stay home and stay in the hospital. For god's sakes the prognosis gets worse as soon as you get into the hospital. They're short of beds. You shouldn't go to the er the we we should be educating people how to use our healthcare system. You know what i mean. Oh i know what you mean. I mean what have we. What have we put with an md dot com on all the freeway signs. Wouldn't that be imp impactful right. Maybe knows who knows. They really the bamboo. They have a backlog. They were expecting a shortage but they have a backlog because doctors are prescribing crazy. Yeah well again. Once like i said everyone in los angeles travels the freeways on a daily basis There's thousands of those signs spread out all of the southland and if they wanted to put some information now to be fair to them they have the. Put your mask on information. But i feel like people have gotten the message with the mask. And then there's click it or ticket so that's about it But it'd be nice if they started steering people to websites where they could get information versus checking themselves. Showing up at the hospital as i believe. I also mentioned last time which is please everybody. Don't be heedless be very careful and do things you're supposed to live as as a casualty on the field of battle the the the being sick and thinking that people's lives are being ruined out there by our government is just emotionally so overwhelming. This whole thing has been weird neurologically too. I mean emotionally. Like i couldn't watch all the stuff last week going on in washington. I just couldn't watch it. It's it's really weird. like everything. Overwhelms me is too emotional. I can't i can't have conversations about it very weird. We're able to watch the love boat. You know what. I've gotten off the Little on tooth a couple of things strolling on a a little bit off the pluto. Tv 'cause i was you know you know fifty families in and and the episode that we discussed last time with the the on land intrigue jumped the shark so badly for me i. I couldn't watch anymore love that. I hated that episode. I hated it and by the way. We're my yourself that emotionally weird right. Now i'm really weird. So when i get this taste taste is like like. I can't handle it i. I can't. I can't look at another love boat. I don't have covert. But i had the same reaction since they soon as they hit the land. There's trouble now. There's no railing scenes once they get to the land. You know what i mean. They can't go out and have the four lawn. Lauren look over the railing and then have their strange husband walk up to them. Fourteen seconds later apologised by the way the biggest scam. The biggest scam that that love boat perpetrates is how quickly women respond to an apology. It's yeah eighteen years of a horrible marriage where the guys who emotionally and verbally abusive and then Twenty five seconds at the railing and All is forgiven in. it's always under the concede. It's that's all i'd been asking for. That's all i've ever wanted. Yeah right yeah solves everything. Well all right so Dros recovering but now you got low. But you're slow but your got something else diverticulitis. Yes and and the thing about average at it's because it's a deep seated infection in your local tonight us. It causes fatigue like it really wiped you out and then and just emerging from the kobe fatigue. It's kind of a one two punch today so you know it's gonna take me the rest of the week to fully fully regained but but at least i like i said i can see. I am nearly in the red zone. I feel like the red zone is ahead for get their fumble recovered the ball. Okay all right. Stand with the football analogies like House everyone else in your home. So jordan had The full flu syndrome and he's fully recovered. He's fully recovered and he he tried have conversations with me. I can't handle it. It'll conversations with anybody and But he's good. He's back at school and that's done with him but he he's free move out the capital. There is a weird and interesting phenomenon. That you're you're not allowed part of the mob right now is you're not allowed to have immunity you can't be immune from covid. They the the the the move now is oh you can still pass it and let me let me be really clear. There is not an infectious disease on the planet that you can have broad intense immunity to and then pass it to other evil that does not exist. Wow so this idea that that's going to be a thing is No no yeah well. Let me give you my sort of psychological. Let me get my kind of psychological thought on that. Because i think i think you'll find this. An interesting thought experiment all tease at first. Let me tell you about head. Space new year new routines Thirty four percent of americans who made a resolution to be less stressed out this year. Thirty four percents so head. Space can help with that daily dose of mindfulness in the form of guided meditations. Easy to use app overwhelmed. Had space says Three minute sos meditations for the length of one beatles song and get your head right need help falling asleep. Had space has wind down sessions. Parents had spaces morning. Meditations you can do with your kids. Reduce stress improved sleep boost focus. 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Something that scientific and scientific it exists and all other viruses and so what what are they doing. And i was lucky. I was thinking about this the other day i always think. Let's let's look at the data but then let's also look at the action so talking to my kids about When he going back to school and the answer is number or who knows okay. she's now there's obviously no danger posed to going back to school. Certainly there's no data that would suggest it's dangerous for kids to go back to schools Schools are open all over the world all over the country and all over the world but not in los angeles california. So what are we talking about. Well here's a question. here's my thought. Experience experiment what if the teachers wanted to go back interesting. Don't you think things would change. I mean yes they would where you look at it this way. There is no danger in going back. So what if they wanted to go back. What if you said to the folks la unified that you got paid next or forty percent every day. You're in the classroom. Do do you not think things would change. Would they shift. I think they would you while you're right then if that's the answer then maybe there's something more foot here than just the science and what if the people on msnbc wanted to report happy news on cova don't you think they would talk about immunity after being infected versus. It's still dangerous right. You'd be. I'm actually working with a group called attics measuring the immunity. So i'm gonna i. I'm meeting with the guy this afternoon. Where i'm going to go over my antibody response. He he he gave me the sort of preliminary read. which is. It's i have many proteins. I'm reacting to not just the spike protein and i have an intense reaction above and beyond the vaccine levels which is huge to me. It's like this is great news because when you hear about these Novel viruses coming in and baby. You know the vaccine is going to maybe not catch all of them. This is a big deal for people like me that have been through this idea of going through it again makes me want to jump off a building by the way you hear that kevin went through it again from kevin and bean. Yeah you brought that up. I didn't didn't hear about it other than from you. I i called him and he had seven days of fever man. The guy is sick. And i just try it free. Actually why. I went ahead and got my immune scores done. Because i'm thinking i'm gonna take the vaccine if there's any evidence that my immunity firstly humor apart the antibody park and drop which would normally does but you can then start to measure memory cells and help ourselves that that leave behind a response that you can muster a good response if you re expose but if that failed that i got the vaccine so i'm going to be monitored very carefully on this. Why did kevin not get immunity. He had it. He said he wasn't tested for covert. He then was tested for antibodies. Three times was was positive and on the third or fourth time turned negative and then he got sick and that. That's what i call a pretty good anecdotes. it's a pretty good case for immunity. Being temporary in some cases we should be measuring that. So that's what i'm going to. How long did he have his immunity Well six months. Which is that. Would you expect right. So he had a span of six months between getting infected with covent. Yes that's that's what we thought was going on with him. Yes absolutely six months in between infections and that that's kind of what happens. I mean we. We've sort of seen you heard the press. Although the gloomy doable antibody response goes away at six months. Yeah yeah and we can measure that and now we can vaccinate people for whom that happened. So there's a there's a lot to be done a lot to be done and he had this is your your point about the gloom. I i. I talked to a psychiatrist yesterday. Who felt that. There's a mass delusional psychosis going on in our country. And it's been propagated by this. You know this this fearmongering. Yeah you have to ask yourself what is attractive about the fear. Wise that attractive. It wouldn't work if it wasn't attractive. I don't mean attractive. positive. I mean just attractive. Why is it. why is it attractive. Why's it alluring. i don't get it. i don't get well and we i. Just it's mystifying to me but you do get all of those. Tv shows about abductions and and being snatched up and all that kind of stuff. I think it's a pretty i. I think i think i covered it in fifty years wall. Chicks which is What's attractive about fear with was not traditionally the realm of the male brain. We were not. We're not attracted to fear the females were attracted to the fear and the males were attracted to whatever progress adventure. I don't know the point is is this. I've said this many times. This is if if so. Let's let's let me Riddle you this drew. Can you hear me. i want to hear you something. We are cameras kind of on and off so regard to i do okay. So traditionally half the society's women have to society as men have the society amongst the women are attracted to fear I've not known any women that weren't attracted to that. They like watching those. Nancy grace abduction shows. And it could happen to you and you know all that kind of stuff. It's it's fear based it made it made for balance because You know the guy was saying to the young boy climb up the ladder and clean the gutters and then the mom was saying what if you fall off the ladder and then you'd have kinda strike an agreement right there'd be a balance right so it'd be well neck well the the gutters need to be cleaned but now we have to do it in such a where mom will sign off on it. Because there's a safety issue right all right. So now that we've coaxed a certain percentage of man over to the other side to essentially soom the role of the woman and be fear based will then of course society's going to shift as well so now you have fifty percent of society being fear based and now you're going to introduce another twenty five percent which dudes wearing wooden bracelets over to that side as well and this is this is where we land. But you know there's a couple of thoughts i have on that one is you're really talking about hysteria. And i'm wondering why we find hysteria. I i mean most of history stereo wasn't something appealing or satisfying. You know what. I mean you wouldn't you wouldn't like it and someone else and he wouldn't like it in yourself. The somehow we have come to value hysteria interesting. Well and i say i don't. i'll go beyond value. We celebrate it. Yeah yeah why it celebrate. Peeler is very unappealing. It's unappealing to you. And i but not to the pussy fucking celebrated all the policies on twitter and all those all those people. They there celebrated. It's so weird. It's a it's everything to me. I mean i. I i feel like i'm not just in the upside down but i mean the inside out guy spent a lot of my days and again that they're told job emotionally rau- because of this infection and it sort of amplifies everything but i spent a lot of my day just going i i i don't i can't understand it. I can't get it. I can't i don't don't would. What are we doing. Why is this appealing. Why can't we. This is a more appealing. Just get on with life and get working and have your relationships and keep your head down that more appealing to people. Am i missing something. Yeah i mean let's let's circle back to la unified school teachers right. Isn't it more appealing just to get back to life to get back to work. What if you don't want to go back to work. What if we didn't want to go back to look. That's weird though i get that but that's not so unhealthy and so unappealing that's the part that's confusing to me. It's un- it's unhealthy but it is unappealing to stay home and get paid a i. It's it's natural. It takes your legs out right. It's of course that's human motivational systems. But again if somebody who stuck in bed for two weeks I don't dig it to go live. Well you are wired a little differently than than most i will say all right. We got some calls lining up here. I'll tell you i about the jordan. Harbinger show different kind of sponsor for this episode. The join harman's your show as a wide range of fascinating topics and heavy hitter guests like a hostage negotiator for the fbi given techniques how to get people to trust you or cinematographer who discovered a lost city in the jungle apple named it when the best of two thousand and eighteen. You'll find something useful to apply to your own life. Not just pop psychology. So we enjoy the show enjoy Good guests good host and We know you're going to enjoy too so just search it out. Harbinger that's b. As in boy. I n. as in nancy and g. e. r. on apple podcasts. Spotify wherever you listen to podcasts at urine harman's your show all right. Let's see I'll just go down the line Keith forty three los angeles Adam thanks for taking my call. What's going giant No nothing. I was just I was just watching the news coverage last week about the the riots in dc. And you know no question. Those were riders Last week that storm the capital. But it got me thinking about the coverage. Over the summer in santa monica and the caption and they referred to last week. And it's just writers over and over and the caption was riders over and over. And so i. I went to youtube and i pulled up all the coverage of nbc news. Over this over the summer. In santa monica and constantly it was protesters. And there's one caption where these guys are breaking through this window of rei and captions protesters right. That was just curious as to win. You know when that change the nightly news became you know sort of commentary not just reporting the news it was just. It was maybe thinking guys. Thanks keith yeah. I always told drew lee you know. Pay close attention to the language right so listen to what they do. They serve soft pedal. Things are hard pedal things or Like i said little things like when they say you know when the l. a. county health czar comes out and says it appears that covert is not quite as dangerous for people under twenty in like that kind of stuff. Like what do you mean. Non white is dangerous like right. Ordeal fucking mean almost nonexistent right. It's miserable but but not dangerous period right. You could state that you have a college degree. So why are you choosing your words. What are you doing with your words. Well i well is back to hysteria conversation. Why is it appealing to sterilize. It your job to motivate them to subdue. You know to dampen down the fear right. But here's here's why this is useful for the news. Saying one group is protesters. Groups are riders. It least it should let you know where they stand right. Yeah yeah that's true. Do you ever think about this drew. Think about how an attorney would speak about client. They were representing versus prosecuted right. That's exactly that's a great point. They would say my client a peaceful protest. There got caught up in a mob and they ended up inside a big five with a mountain bike over his head but he wouldn't he wouldn't call. You wouldn't call them a writer. Would he know or or criminal or or a loser right now but if he was a prosecutor what would you call them. Wouldn't call right now. We would have a very specific will then it is about that. Now you get a good idea what the news is doing right by how they choose their words. Yeah no i get it. That's what's happening and and it's I think though there's a little bit of good news and bad at all. And all this. And i'm hearing it from millennials a little bit. Which is they're choosing to to get that the news is an ally that the distortion and they're trying to cold together their own sense of what the facts are. Which is that's good news. It's just hard to find the facts on the internet. That's the problem right all right. Let's see somebody's on the same vein down the line line to thirty boston question. Hey yeah had them doctor. Are you doing. Hey hey thanks for taking the call. I really appreciate it Just to clarify adam. I'm actually in austin texas. Not boston i think the boss. Yeah in austin So just right. Before i get into my question i just wanted to say real quick. You know when you guys talk about hysteria a lot I have a thing called like You know as people get older and sort of some people at least more frail more fragile more hysterical. True like benjamin benjamin button complex you know. I genuinely don't understand it. People getting younger as they get older mentally. Yeah because you know you have thicker skin when you go through more of life it is a great observation and let me just tell you. There's a yiddish term for this. It's called steelcase. Which is every as you get older your brains much. Like what i'm experiencing now post cova the same thing to the brain. It makes. it makes you easily overwhelm. It makes it harder to process things like the bandwidth is overwhelmed. Easily and the response is often anxiety. People get anxious really easily as they get. Older in response to challenges are overwhelming input. Sensory input that kind of stuff so so it's not. It's not abnormal. That's normal thing for people to get more focus as they get older but right that they also should have greater perspective and the and the and the anxiety stuff kicks in much later. Here's the nineties. Here's the album. We used to put an emphasis on something. Called wisdom in the winston would offset the belkis. But now there's no more wisdom. It's all fucking curb. Urea dish and i was talking to my spilka. S- ridden dad about two or three years ago. The guys like eighty six years old and he was screaming. That trump was taking kids at the border and throwing them in cages. and i know jesus christ. There's no way that's impervious to this shit. And i mean it's and i really do want to get to my question in a second so i hope we can you know wanted it out Okay so my question is it's pretty broad. But you know in in general you guys hopeful that this is going to be a better year in broad terms Are you all right. I'm going to answer that. I wasn't until last week. It'll be whatever year you make it. It'll be whatever you make it. You wanna get busy. Went to carry family. When take care of business you want to explore you wanna meditate. You want to the beach. She went to work out. You wanna eat right. you want to start projects. It'll be whatever you make it. I don't know how we're going to do it collectively. But i'm saying we're all just in charge of our own sanity at this point and You know i lived through the same covert year that everyone else lived through. I just chose not to be consumed by well. Let's talk about that. Because i feel like again. I'm going to state that there's a lot in the way of me moving about And living my life. I don't like that. But i do plan to keep my head down and just start moving. Just start going man i. I'm worried i must tell you maybe tomorrow or next show talking about this. But i'm worried that they're gonna martyr the president and really mobilize a crazy group. That would be the worst possible plan. It seems to be. You know somehow arresting him or put him out of office and then then that group just gets galvanized. The terrible ideas deals not gonna stop you from your appointed emotional rounds. If you've focused. 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Short Stuff: Look-Alike Old Couples

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Short Stuff: Look-Alike Old Couples

"The. Hello and welcome to the short stuff. There's Jerry, Chuck me, Josh short stuff. This is short go, and we're all starting to look like here on our eleventh anniversary really are. We've all kind of morphed into this weird like, well, this morph is blah. How about that? We don't even look like we've actually physically merged together. Yeah. So do people look alike. Couples that is right, right. That's a big one. Yeah. 'cause yes, there's probably some old people, you could find randomly a crowd, and be like this kind of looks like this person, probably go old people anymore either. Right. Should probably say seniors. Yes elder, elderly senior adults. I think is what it is actually good call. I mean I'm right around the corner from being. I'm like, I don't like saying, people exactly so okay, so senior adults anyway. An older couple. That's what we're going to say a couple of live together married, or in some sort of partnership, romantic, or otherwise, for very long time, they do tend to start to look alike, the older, they get and there's actual science to, to back this up. This isn't just some you know, random hilarity it there. They've actually done studies about this because it's kind of a weird thing if you think about it, we take it for granted. But the idea that to people who are not related. Yeah. I should should come to like look like one another over the years. It's, it's a little odd. Even though you know, it seems like yeah, of course, that's what happens. But why Chuck wise the big question? Well, first of all, I have a question for you. Okay. Have you noticed this? Do you think this is the thing? Because I've never really noticed this. Yeah, I have actually there's I've seen some couples that I'm like, I think you guys are brother and sister. Okay. And it's a little unsettling because they usually seem happy and they're holding hands but. It's no, I have definitely seen it before. I don't know. I'm just trying to think in my life like my grandparents didn't look alike. And I don't know. I'm trying to piece together. I do like the science here because not much of the science really points to, like, necessarily looking like one another, right? But let's talk about it. Okay. So, and I think also just to kind of clarify your point, it's not like it's an inevitability chur, but it does happen in the fact that it does happen. Still raises the question. Why? Yes. So there was a study called personality and individual differences, or that, I'm sorry. That was the magazine that was published in the rag, you can find on newsstands all over the country. Right. And they survey twenty they got twenty two people. I guess, eleven men and eleven women who participated in the study. Yes. And they said, look at these one hundred sixty married couples but, you know, they're separate you don't know. Like who's in a couple? And then tell us what you think go right, right? There was it was who, who looks alike, who's married to who. And what they found was that people tended to pick married couples out, even though they weren't shown pictures and they've shown the men's pictures in their show, the women's pictures, and it was basically, like put them together and people tended to do that. Also, they also judge them based on a tractive nece, and they the people also tended to be rated along the same line. So like a seven typically was paired up with a seven. So the fact that the facts on the fact that you could you could you a random stranger could pick these couples out and more often than chance, get it, right? Put pairing who was married to who just based on looks definitely suggests that there's something there. And the something there that they believe that is really behind. It is mostly genetics. Yeah. I mean there is non-genetically speaking. I do think there is something to the fact because appoint this article that like, you know, if your personalities or similar, which is probably, you know, generally seek out someone he think would jibe personality wise, you may end up being a couple who just laughs a lot and enjoys life, and that would affect the same facial muscles and things like that. Or if you look at any picture like pre nineteen sixty all you see is new to dour-looking adults standing next to each other. Right. So they may look a little bit more like although. I think we've done something on people smiling and pictures, or maybe we just talked about briefly, but that the shorty I think. Yeah, surely, I don't recall that at all. It was the first game he put on a big smile. And, and everyone was like, what did you do that? You're supposed to frown pictures. Young man can I subscribe to your newsletter? But as far as genetics go, and we've talked about a lot of this here and there on the show about people seeking out for life partners and sexual and reproductive partners, people that are more similar similar genetically as themselves right, right? Which makes sense the idea, the whole premise is that we would seek those people out because our genes have kinda Coa volved together. So they fit together. They worked together more readily. Yeah. Which is the, you know, some people would say, well, okay. Well, you should stick with your own kind in, in not marry outside of your own group, or whatever the opposite. Of that is when you get too much homogeneous entity the gene pool starts to really, really suffer too good to mix. But at the same time, we seem to be geared, at least according to the school, thought toward seeking out mates that we, we might be able to genetically be more genetically compatible with the question. Is this though, beyond say something glaringly obvious that somebody saying, like, you know, just sticking to their ethnic group or racial group, or like that to, to marry and have kids with how else would you like if you're not doing that? How would you possibly pick out somebody based on genetics? Like, how would you know how someone's compatible with you? Genetically. This is like so there's, we've got the question of how to old sorry senior adult and Kumble's start to look alike. But then if it's genetics. How do we find that out? You know, like, what are we doing? All right. Let's seems like a good spot for break. Okay. And we'll come back and talk about sexual imprinting right after this. Hey everybody, you know what Josh a friend of mine had his identity stolen one time what and it was awful. Like I can't imagine how insecure you feel with this invisible perpetrator doing whatever they want with your information. 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So I promise talk of sexual imprinting about sixty seconds ago and there's this thing in in it's not just like something people say, there's a real thing where they've done studies and found that women. Can say generally, but studies indicate that women if, if they have fathers that they were close to that they love that they will seek out adult relationships with men who are like their fathers and that includes looking like their fathers looking like their fathers behaving like their fathers like if their father was stern, but kind, you know, they will probably look for that in a mate, if their father was like, hey, you, you do you, but the key seems to be that the father and the daughters bond and relationship is very strong in the stronger. It is the more of this sexual imprinting there is, and so rather than like the girl, you know, secretly having the hot for her dad or something like that. Not that. No. But, but it it's what that gets confused for is. It's actually the father has provided a model saying, hey, I'm genetically related to you. You turned out pretty good. We have a pretty good relationship. Find a guy who's kind of like me. And you can't miss the genetic crap shoot. Yeah. And not even genetically because the same has held true through a Dopp give fathers and daughters. They found in studies as well. Well, no. I think they were saying adopted daughters imprint on their genetic fathers. Oh, no. Thought it said I thought I read it as they still. I. Gotcha. I gotcha. Yeah. You're right. That would be the case. But then they kind of undermines the genetic basis of it, doesn't it a little bit. But that's the nature nurture thing you know. Yeah. Well, this whole thing is one big question of like nature nurture. Yeah. I don't know. I don't I don't think I that's, that's an interesting can of worms there that we're not gonna completely open. Okay. All right. So there's some other things that we can. So that, that's one for women in particular, the sexual imprinting on the fathers one way that they are guided toward mate selection, right? Yeah, there's also personalities and other ones. There's a genetic basis for that behaviors traits. There's all sorts of stuff that you can pick up somebody. Face in their body shape their body style. That suggests not necessarily that their genes are going to mix well with your particular genes, but that they are genetically sound, I guess, in one way. And one of the big ones is symmetry both body symmetry and facial symmetry is a classic standard for, for just universal. Beauty symmetry tends to be equated with beauty in attractiveness. Yeah. We've talked about this quite a bit in the past to they've done studies in test subjects kind of roundly rate, symmetrical men and women as not only like just better looking more tractive to them, but potentially healthier. And they say that's the whole, you know, evolutionary basis of a lot of this is, whether we know it or not, we're, we're technically probably seeking out people that we think are healthy and have good genes and women are seeking women who can carry their child, and they even have it's such a gross term, but supposedly, you know they're done studies where. Men prefer women with a waist to hip ratio point seven, which sounds just, like I don't know this sounds like something some creep would carry around a notebook. Really some calipers or something like and be like you're really nice and funny. All but you're wasted hip ratios. Not quite right for me. Well, it goes both ways to there's a preferred waist to hip ratio ratio among men, four women or women that women have for men and supposedly that sounds really bizarre. But that has a lot to do with fat deposits, where fat gets deposited around your hips, depending on your sex, and sex is driven by hormones, especially fat deposition in where it goes driven by hormones. So if you have your fat building up and all the right places according to your sex. You're, you're basically broadcasting that you are quite fertile in Feek, injure in ready to raise ten kids and start a farm. Let's do this as well. Your hips are shouting, what you're what you want is to seek someone out that you can raise have a lot of and raise future little employee's basically, don't have to. You don't have to. Exactly. In back to the symmetry thing. They have found also in studies that the more symmetrical you are. You're also going to have more sex and more sexual partners in your life, especially if you're a man, or particularly if you're a man. Yeah, yeah. So it does seem to come down the answer to this question. Why senior adult couples can sometimes start to look like when another is that they are probably genetically similar to begin with. Yeah. And then they go through life experiences together that them together. So you put all that together. You've got an older senior adult couple who looks like brother and sister, and they still kiss in front of people. Yeah, you put that all together throw them, both in lavender tracksuits with always helps there's that thing to couples in advertently start to dress or maybe very purposely start to dress share. I got no problems with that, baby. And then dog lookalikes we should finish with because everyone loves those. Great listings photos of people that look like their dogs, and that is the thing that can happen. They did a study in two thousand four I don't know how this funded but it apparently indicated that people who shop for bread dogs tend to look for dogs that look like them. Yeah. I wanna see my face looking back at me in my dog's face. Yeah. I've seen it but they say that it's pure breads only people who like rescue, you know, Matz from shelters or they're like, whatever. I just like how you your personality. I guess. That's right. So they go there you have it. I guess that means Chuck thin short stuff is away. Stuff. You should know is production of heart radios. How stuff works for more podcasts, my heart radio. Visit the I heart radio app, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.

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